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ADVERTISE THE FACT IN THE BULLETIN "WANT COLUMN,"
!. A man's word should always bo as '.
' good as lil bond, and his nd. should t
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Vol. XI No. 2221.
Returns of Delegates Re
ceived From Garden
PORTUGUESE ARE TO
CALL ON REPUBLICANS
'WANT REPRESENTATION? ONTHE
TICKET-WILL NOT APPROACH
DEMOCRAT8 OR HOME RU.
With the exception of the Third
lourth, Fifth and sixth precinct, re
turns of the Republican primaries havo
come from Kauai (Sixth District),
these having been Bent down In the V
O. Hall yesterday. They arc as fol
lows: Second Precinct (KcknUa). Eric A.
Kuudsen for Territorial Convention.
No returns for District Committee.
Seventh Precinct (Kealla). T. 1.
Sanborn for Territorial Convention.
Prince L. Tople for District Committee.'
Klghth Precinct (Kllauca). Isaac M.
Cox for both Territorial Convention
and District Committee.
Ninth Precinct (Hanalel). Wm.
Werner for both Territorial Conven
tion and District Committee.
. On Prlday, the various delegates to
the Sixth District met at Mhuc. orcan
Ized and elected its officers. Hie r.
ault of the election was as follows:
Chairman John II. Coney .of Mhuc.
Vice-Chairman Prlnco I. Tople of
Secretary M. Ilosenbledt of Walmca.
Treasurer C. A. Itlco of Mlnio
Executive Committee Whole' Dis
trict Committee with the exception ot
It might be explained In this connec
tion that Mhuc Is tho only precinct
with more than ono member of the Dis
trict Committee. Two uf the four
- members arc officers and therefore
members of 'the executive commltUc
anyway. There being two left to
choose from (this on tho basis of one
man from each precinct), a vote na
taken and C. Lovcll was left our.
Whereat, a few weeks ago, the Re
publican paity seemed to be at IU
wits' end for a candidate to run for the
office of Delegate to Washington, there
now appear to be so many candidate
tu the Held that It becomes now a
question of elimination und the sur
vival of the tlttest,
From the present Indications Judgn
A. N. Kcpolkal holds nil tho trump
cards in the Maul game anil the delega
tion from that Islrfnd, mado up lurm-l
of native liawallans, will undoubtedly
be a unit In their advocacy of 'epo-1
It has been contended by many tlu;j
Kepolkul would not bo supporlcl by i
the liawallans because of his closeness
to tho so-called "missionary" element
of the Republican party. Tho natives
of Maul laugh at this and give ns tlieii ,
answer that Kepolkal, although strenu-',
ously urged during the unpleasantness
of 1893 to foreswear allegiance lo the '
monarchy, refused to do bo and for-1
felted his judgeship as'a result. I
Kepolkal Is known to be a closa j
friend of Senator II. P. llaldwln and
this Is pointed out by tho former's de-1
'traitors as another reason why he)
should not receive the support ut Ha
wallaiiB. As n matter, of fact, there, I '.
no more popular man among tho lln-
wallans of Maul than Hon. II. P. IUld
win who Is known from one end of the
Island to the other ns a square dealing, .
just and upright man. Any political ,
position he wishes at the hands ot
Maul liawallans ho can secure without .
even turning over his hand.
Representative A. G. M. Robertson i
seems to be tho choice of the Oahu ,
delegates to the Territorial Convention
ii ml yet there are some who are men- j
tlonlng the names of Curtis P. laukea ,
and others. j
With the advent of the Portuguese I
Political Club In Honolulu comes tho
Introduction Into the politics of the!
Territory of a factor that must bo1
reckoned with In tho oncoming cam
paign and tine which In the coming
years will surely grow to such propor-
tlons ns to make affiliation with any'
party whatever u much tu be desired ,
consummation, ,"j ,
The Portugueso are working quietly, i
yet they are accomplishing n great deal, '
They are doing everything possible to '
cement their people together, recog-
nlzing to the full that "In union there
la strength "
A (onvtntlon Is soon to be called
und at that time, u representative ot '
the Portugueso will be chosen to rim,
. SIX FOR A QUARTER AND BETTER THAN MANILA'S
CUBAN 5c CIGAR
L, F. STERNEMANN, Fort Street, opposite Club Stables
K11 LETS 101
PRIMO SALOONS CLOSE,
SWIPES BE6IN INSrANTLY
SLUM DISTRICT DEPRIVED OF
CHEAP BEER REVERTS IMME
.' DIATELY TO ITS FORMER
If any of the worthy gentlemen who
managed to get the Prlmo beer saloons
closed had been In the Pollco Court
this morning, the sight of the drunks
In the dock would havo furnished them
with somo food for reflection.
Tho dock was filled with twenty
drunks of several types and nationali
ties and they all exhibited the same
species of "Jag," namely, swipes. They
practically all came from Kskaako and
furnished n striking Illustration of Just
In what manner the closing of tho
Prlmo saloons has promoted the tem
Recently four saloons In Kakaako,
namely, the Villa Novn. the Wela Ka
Hao, the Gcrmanla and the Aloha, were
closed. These saloons were selling
beer and It Is clearly shown by police
statistics that as long as these saloons
were doing business In Kakaako, which
district was before their arrival a hot
bed of swipes fostered .and okolehao
nourished crime and licentiousness,
that part of town reformed to a cer
tain extent. It even became positively
decent In comparison to what It had
been. Tho people In the district coulu
get good beer nt a price they could
afford to pay and consequently the
manufacture ofwlpes, etc., fell off to n
very considerable extent.
The direct consequence of this was
that even If the Inhabitants did not
stop going on "sprees" they still be
haved themselves and the police had
but little trouble with Kakaako.
Now the Prlmo saloons are closed
and the effect ot the change has been
so swift that It has surprised even the
pollco who had been predicting tho
consequences. Yesterday, Kakaako,
not able to procure beer. Instantly re
verted to primeval sin and wickedness
nnd the patrol wagon took more
"drunks" to. the station house from
that district than It has done for the
Dctectlvo David Kanpa, by whom
most of the arrests were made, gives
the following description of a Kakaako
"In a house near the Mngoon block
the worst 'spree' took place. In a bed
In a small room a barrel filled with a
vile liquid, culled wine by courtesy,
reposed. Around It on the bed lay six
men, while seven more occupied the
"The barrel was provided with a hose
and a young native girl acted as Hebe
despenslng the liquor by passing the
end of the hose from one man to the
other, each sucking his till In turn."
The method proved so effective that
they nil got very drunk and took tho
medicine ot $3 nnd costs In court this
One young lady, only escaped line.
She was represented by P. M. Urooks
who quoted Dlackstonc, that a person
has a right to be drunk in his or her
own house, to such effect that the fair
damsel escaped. Another young girl,
Hattte Manu, however, is charged with
disposing of liquor without a license.
Her case was continued.
The pollco high nnd low are unani
mous In deploring the fact that the
Prlmo saloons havo been closed and
anticipate a lot ot trouble from Ka
kaako now that the swipes evil Is again
rampant. Many of the force declare
that Prlmo has been the most effective
missionary force Kakaako ever had and
declare that the swipes evil with all Its
consequences will not be stopped be
faro good, cheap beer Is again sold In
tho district mentioned.
as a candidate to tho Legislature.
In this connection, It might bo stated
that the Portuguese Political Club ex.
pects, at a conservative estimate, to
swing three hundred votes at the com.
lng election. With this showing, a
committee from the Portuguese will
approach tho leaders of the Republl'
can party and will present to them a
plan for the recognition of the Portu
This committee will ask for represen
tation on the Republican ticket. If this
Is refuted, tho Portuguese, according
to their present attitude, will run their
candidate on an Independent basis, not
wishing to affiliate with cither tho
Democratic or Home Rule parties,
There will be a meeting of the Portu
gueso Political Club this evening In
San Antonio hall to complete th
plans for the big mass meeting next
Sunday afternoon. A convention o'
all Portuguese-Amerlcun citizens will
he held soon for tho purpose of select
ing a candidate for tho Legislature.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
HONOLULU, TKRIlITOItY OF HAWAII. MONDAY, AUOUST 11. 1802
Maui Republicans Want
A. N. KEPOIKA1
As Delegate To Congress
Walluku, Aug. 9. The Republican
party of the Third Representative
District comprising Maul, Motokal and
Lanal, Is In full working order now.
Organization Is complete and great
things are expected at the coming elec
tions. The District Committee, met
yesterday, August 8, In the Walluku
courthouse. Hon. II. P. Baldwin, tho
chairman of the Jast District Commit
tee, called the meeting to order at 11
o'clock. Mr. Baldwin was chosen tem
porary chairman while Geo. Cooper
v,'as made secretary pro tern. On mo
tion, the temporary chairman selected
Messrs. Howell, Ioscpa and Kepolkal
as commitee on credentials and they
reported as follows:
t. Kalaupapa No returns.
2. Pukoo-D. II. Kahaulcllo.
3. Lahalna Philip Pall and Rev. S.
Lanal No returns. (S. Kahoohalaha
la was appointed by executive commit
tee.) G. Honokohau R. C. Searlc.
6. Walluku A. N. Kepolkal, S. P..
Kalelkau, J. K. Kahookcle. J. P. Syl
vn and J. Kinl Knaa.
7. Kahulul II. P. Baldwin and Rob
8. Ilonuaula J, It. Raymond.
9. Makawno Edgar .Morton nnd dco.
10. Hnmakuapoko D. C. Lindsay, W.
0. Aiken, Joaquin Viccnt, 3. T. Kal
apa, John Kaluuu and Rev. John Ka
llno. It. Klpahulu J. P. Inalna
12. Hana J. K. Iosepa, Geo. Cooper
nnd Hugh Howell.
13. Keanae V. P. Pogue.
The credentials of all the above be
ing found In due form were ordered ac
cepted and approved.
It may here be noted that tho Knhu
kuoluua element at Lahalna won their
tight at lahalna. Messrs. Philip Pall
nnd S. Kapu being selected to repre
sent that town nt the District Commit
tee. There were nearly forty voters
nt the polls. .Mr. McCunn's protest has
therefore come to naught. W. K.
Pogue from Keanae was scut over to
settle the matter and he bus admir
ably succeeded In his mission, the con
tending parties having avowed their
undying loyalty to the party and Us
principles. P. N. Kahokuoluun was de
feated by "Greeulcaf" Keuwchnku In
the contest for a scat In the Territorial
Convention, and the convention will
therefore feel the presence of the delegate-elect
when he gets thcr.
M P-a !-. Ps fa ra Pa P- P P P-a Pa fx
EQUITY SUIT ENTERED
Thomas Pitch about noon today en
tered In the United States Dlst.-ict
Court n bill In equity to enjoin collec
tion ot Income tax. J, G. Rothwcll, one
of tho complainants, signs tho com.
plaint nnd the Jurat. Tho other com
plainants are as follows, tho defend
ants being W. II. Wright as Treasurer
of I lu wall Territory and J. W. Pratt
lib Tax Assessor for tho First Division:
V. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.; Ilensun,
Smith & Co., Ltd.; Lewis &. Co., Ltl ;
I'cnnliilu Brewing & Malting Co., Ltd.'
The llolllstcr Drug Co., Ltd.; M. S
(. -Illinium & Co., Ltd,; Kasli Co.. Ltd.;
'I ho Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.; V.
W. Dlmond & Co., Ltd.; Bulletin Puu
llslilng Co.. Ltd.; Wall, NIcIioIk Co.,
Ltd.; Leo Toma & Co.. Ltd.; Oahu Car
riage Manufacturing Co., Ltd.; Wing
Wo Chan & Co., Palcllc Laud & Im
provement Co., Yeo Wo Chan Co.,
Wing Wo Till & Co., Kwong Yuen
Hong Co., Greenwood, Richardson it
Hollowny, Ltd.; all of the foregoing oo
lng corporations under tho laws of Ha
waii Territory; S. lioth &. Co., K. A.
Mclneiny, W. II. Mclnorny, Jub. Mc
Inerny. I-Mwnrd A. Mclnerny, ns trus
tee for Kiln Mclnerny, Clinton II.
Hutchlim, L. 11. Kerr, Geo. W. Smith,
F. J. Church, F.dgar L. Lewis, II. T.
Lewis, F. M. Lewis, A. Hocking. J. I.
Williams, 11. P. Wlchman, J. II.
Schnnck, Aug. P.. Drelcr, A. Bai ten
berg. B. W. Jordan, P. R. Hath, P. J.
Wllhelm, W. W. Dlmond, Jumos Stel
ner. Kmmet Muy, A. V. Gear, Jos, I.
McLean, Thus. K. Wall, Prod. Phil,),
Fred. Harrison. W. O, Peacock. W. 11
Mclnerny, J. G. Rothwcll, P. S. Cunli.i
T. O. Fnrla, Ylm tjuon, W. II. Knapp,
David Dayton, Wing Wo Kwal. P. 11.
Nichols. M. Phillips, Mrs. S. Phillips,
M. Green, S. Lesser, William Green,
Then. Wolff, nnd all others slmllurl)
sitiiuted having n iiinimiin and general
Interest In thu subject matter of thU
action, who may by leaw of the court
bo Joined ns purtleB plaintiffs herein.
The complaint sets forth that the
The District Committee then pro-
ceeded with permanent organization!
which resulted In the election of the I
following officers for the ensuing
period: Chairman, W. F. Poguo; vice
chairman, Hon. II. P. Baldwin; secre
tary, Hon. A, N. Kcpolkal, and treasur
er, W. O. Aiken.
On motion, an executlvo commltteo
of the District Committee was selected
by the chair, one from each precinct,
which, together with the chairman, sec
retary and treasurer, make a body ot
1. Kalaupapa Later.
2. Pukoo D. 11. Kahaulello.
3. Philip Pall.
I. Lanal S. Kahoohalahala.
3. Honokohau R. C. Searle.
6. Walluku S. fi. Kaletkau.
7. Kahulul II. P. Baldwin.
S. Honuala J. II. Raymond.
9. Makawao Geo, Copp.
10. Hnmakuapoko Jno. Kaluna.
11. Klpahulu J. P. Inalna.
12. liana J, K. Ioscpa.
13. Keanae W. K. Poguo
After the noon hour of the same day.
the executive committee of the District Committee will likely bo at the Maul
Committee' was called together for lm-, hotel, from whence the chairman and
portant business. That body decided: his able corps of officers wilt pull tho
that In order to. find tho concensus ot; wires und sec that the Republican par
oplnlon of the various precincts ns tolty gains nn overwhelming victory over
who shall be the most popular enndt- Its opponents nt tho polls next Novein
dates to run on the senatorial and rep-, ber.
l'PAPntatltp tlrkpt nt the Itpnillllfr.'ltl ' Tlip nfllrpra nnil nnrtv tvnrk'pra nf Hip
party at the coming election, to leave,
tho matter to the various precincts In llcan party represent the very best and
this electoral district, and the way of allien politicians on Maul, best In Its
llndlng out who these most popular' purest sense, ns corrupt politicians will
candidates will be by this new andhuve no abiding place In the folds of
quite novel method.
The various precincts are to meet on
Saturday, August 23, as follows: First
and Second Precincts nt Pukoo court
house, and elect ten delegates; Third
and Fouith Precincts at Lnhulna court
house and elect fourteen delegates'r
Sixth at Walluku courthouse; ICight
and Nine nt Piiunene office, nnd elect' President of the Senate, nnd at tho
eleven delegates; Tenth at Hnmakua-iKame time a very Intelligent nnd sensl
poko native church and elect six dele-' bin Hawaiian, whose sympathies are
gates; Klevon, Twehe and Thirteen at i more Republican than anything else,
Hunu courthouse und elect thirteen del- also feels the effects of the political
egutOB. These fifty-nine delegntes ire j battle being waged by the Republl
to meet again nt the samo places and enns, anil he concedes n little weaken
nominate six candidates fur rcpicscn-' lng among Home Rule followers. Ilow
tutlvc on Saturday. August 30. There- ecr. Hon. Sol Knwnlhon and C. L.
suit of that meeting will likely be as Kookoo, resident president of tho
follows: Homo Rulers, have started on a cm-
Kalaupapa and Pukoo (1 candidate) j wide against the Republicans, nnd they
Probably Joel Nazaieta. , hall the coming of Wilcox as timely
I.anal. I.alialna and Hnnokuhnii (1 , and may help. In their opinion, to nveit
candidate) Lies between A. N. Hay- the coming doom of thplr party.
(a pa pa Pa Pa Pa ?4 PJi P-i Pa Pa Pa M
' Incomo Tax Law passed by tho Lcgis-
'inlor.. nt llnu-all In I'llll "U'nu nt tllfl
tlma of Its enactment nnd over since
has been nnd now Is Invalid, unconsti
tutional and void and In violation ol
tho provisions of tho Act of Congiess
of 1SU9 known ns the Organic Act of
Hawaii Territory and in violation ot
tho provisions of the Constitution o!
tho United States and especlaly ol
tho Fourteenth A mendment to snld
It goes ou to say that tho complain.
unts had all been required by Treas
urer Wright nnd Tax Assessor Prn,t
Customs Inspector Durfee was faced
by o question yesterday which catued
him considerable mental labor to an
swer. It was this- Can n pig bo held
aiiHwernble for misconduct against llie
Federal authorities? Durl'eu's opinion
Is that It cannot. Thu case arose In
tho following manner:
The German ship Gerda arrived In
port yesterday with n cargo from i!"r
many, und Diirlcu, In tho pursuance of
his dutlex, Healed nil her hatches, ho
then went ntt to the cabin to speak to
the cuptulu. Ho hud only been ther
n few niiuiiti's when u wild-eyed cabin
bov I'uino living In with his hntr
streaming back and reported that th
bhlp's pig had eutcn all thu seals m"
Durfee was In n quandary. Tho Gor
man Pig bad undoubtedly-shown n
most unparalleled disrespect for the
United States Pedeial authorities, but
tho statutes havo not covered this
point, and he had, like unto Solomon,
to wake the law Impromptu. Ho dual
ly solved the question by sealing the
hatches once more, while the ohcndur
was tied with a rope to one leg out cf
i each of tho tempting seals.
setden and Philip II. Pall,
Walluku (1 candidate) No name
mentioned so far, but most likely A. N.
Hayselden will be urged to stand for
Kahulul, Ilonuaula and Makawao (1
candidate) George Copp.
Hamakuapoko (1 candidate) Either
Henry Long or John Kaluna.
Klpahulu. Hana and Keanae M V.in.
dldatc) Lies between J. K. Iosepa, K,1
n. uanuna and v. P. Hala. all excel
lent men. popular and hard to bent.
The name for Senator Is Hon. C. II.
Dickey, but the admirers of W. P.
Pogue and S. Kapu may force their
On or about September 1. the District
Committed will meet again In Walluku
and selectthe names for senators and
representntlves, recommended and cn-
I dorsed by the various precincts.
Maul's candidate for Delegate to
j Congress Is Hon. A. N. Kepolkal and
the convention delegates from
this district will be asked to push his
i name ahead.
The headquarters of the District
Maul District Committee of the Rcpub-
the Maul Republican party,
The leaders of the other parties are
already feeling the progress made by
tho wideawake Republicans. The Dem
ocrats, being In the minority, but llko
good fellows, should ally themselves
Vlth good Republicans.
Hnji. S. K. Kalue. the Home Rule
pj pa Pn P3 Rs P P Pa Pas Pa Ps a Pa
to rnuUo sworn returns of their In
comes to the latter tor tho year begin
ning July 1, 11)01, and ending July 1,
ID02. 'I ho gross Income returned hy
complainants Is given as two million
one hundred and forty-seven thousand
dollars ($2,117,000), the net Incomo
four hundred nnd two thousand, eUht
hundred and thirty-four dollars- (J 102,
331), and tho incomo tax thereon clgit
thuusuud nnd lltty-slx 08-100 dolluru
Tho prayer Is for Judgment that tho
Incomo Tnx Law Is unconstitutional
t ml that the defendants and their ser
rants, agents, etc., bo enjoined nnd
restrained from collecting or attempt
ng to collect from complainants oh
cither of them nu moneys whatever
upon thu nsiessmcnt8 of incomo tnx
heielnhcforo set forth.
One ot the allegations In tho com
plaint Is to the effect that tho Incomo
of the Territory Is much below thu -x-pendltuie.
thereforo nuy moneys pjl I
in tuxes by the complainants would bo
tu them an Irreparable loss.
Tho famous Hassard case came to
an end today. Judgo Wilcox stated
that It seemed as If the plantation
which claimed the land to which Han
sard also had a claim, had used fono
against Hassard, while ho himself usee,
force against the plantation men. The
plantation hail then gotten Hassan)
und all the other claimants locked up
lu one way or nnother and then taken
possession of the land. Hassard was
S, S, ALAME0AL AUGUST 13,
Next express steamer to Coast.
Express closes 10 a. m. day ot falllug.
Wells, Fargo & Go, Express
TEL. MAIN 109.
Masonic Temple, with American
THE CORN MALADY
IS liOT LANTANA BLIGHT
AN INTERESTING REPORT BY AS
8ISTANT DIRECTOR VAN DINE
TO DIRECTOR JARED
I). L. Van Dine, Assistant, has re
ported to Director .Tared G. Smith of
the Hawaii Experiment Station regard
lng the pest attacking corn nt Kula,
.Maul. Writing from that place on
Thursday last Mr. Van Dine says:
"The trouble here In the corn Is not
theso-called Mantana blight' (Orthezla)
but Is, as I expected from the speci
mens sent by Mrs. von Tempsky. en
tlrcly the work of one of the nphlds. a
Plant louse commonly called the
'green fly.' The young corn nnd that
on the poorer lands Is suffering the
most from the attack,
"They begin to plant in February on
the lower lands and finish on the upper
lands along In May. The February and
March corn Is well along and will not
be Injured to any extent. Some of tho
later corn has made n magnificent
growth, much of It over ten feet In
height, and will be nble I think to re
fist the attack to a great extent, but
the young corn, that was planted In
April and May. will produce but little
If It docs at alt.
"The appearance of the pest was no
ticed about the first of July by tho
dying of the lower leaves. The Insect
Itself was not noticed until a couple
of weeks later, when It appeared In
numbers great enough (o collect In
musses on the upper parts of the stalk.
This accounts for the report that two
'blights' were Infesting the corn.
"Tho potato blight that Mrs. von
Tempsky referred to Is that Investigat
ed by- Mr. Sedgwick, n regular fungus
disease and not the work of nn Insect.
That Is undoubtedly In the soil and
they would have to starve It out by
ceasing to plant potatoes for n few
"The rapid sprend of the aphid Is
due to their peculiar mode of develop
ment by budding nnd the production of
winged migratory forms.
"There has been here no rotation o(
crops. The lands have been planted
to corn year after year for from ten
to twenty years. No fertilizer has been
used and further than that no change
In vnrlety, taking the seed for plant
ing from the pievlous crop.
"The use of Insecticides Is not feasi
ble on such nnncreage. The measures
taken must be precautionary, enrly
planting and the use of fertilizers or
the lotatlou of crops I should think.
Also something might be done In try
ing new varieties.
"I have also observed two natural
enemies of the plant lice working on
them; one a ncmopoterous Insect be
longing to the chrysopldul family,
known as the aphls-llon, the larvae ot
which feed ou the nphlds, and the
other a larva of one of the ladybirds.
The rapid development of the pest
makes their work hardly noticeable.
"There are two small borers doing
damage to the stored corn of last sea
ton's crop. These could bo checked
by gassing or fumigation.
"The tree-hoppers to which Mr.
Baldwin called my attention on tho
cane occur on the corn also but arc
doing no damage."
EXPERIMENT STATION HOUSES.
Director Jared O. Smith ot the Fed
eral Kxperlment Station Is having
erected, nt tho .head of PeiiBacola
Street, a house for assistants. Theio
has Just been completed a house for
plants covering thu thlrteth of an
acre. It is covered with muslin which
Is cheaper than glass and calculated to
last two or three years.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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Upon a Probate
EFFECTS OF REPUDIATION
MIGHT BE DISASTROUS
J. A. MAGOON AS KEIKI'S EXECU
TOR PROCURES AN ORDER OF
SALE OF THE WAIKIKI
An order of sale of property at the
Walklkl beach. In tho estate of P. S.
Kclkl, deceased, was made by Judge
Gear this morning. Before cvldenru
was taken, Magoon & Peters for thu
executor had an argument with thu
court over the order to alt Interested
lo show cause, If any they had, why
the sale should not be ordered. It lp-
pcareu me orucr was issued by a
clerk without direction of the court
and the attorneys contended this wai
according to the practice here. Re
garding a statute they quoted, Julco
Gear said It wns not worth the papr
It was printed on, like a good many
other laws, becnuso It took the power
of construction out o. tho hands of tho
courts. However, It seemed the prac
tice was of long standing and If upset
the result might bo to Invalidate mauy
Judicial land sales.
A son of tho dead man, called, said
ho had been served with notlco to ap
pear, but could not say whether or not
tho other heirs had been. He did
have nn objection to the sale.
J. A. Magoon, executor, testified thit
tho property was nn undivided half ot
a lot between those of Robert Lewcrs
nnd S. M. Damon at Wnlklkl. Mr.
Lowers same years ago offered 13,000
for the lot. He thought Kelkl's por
tion would bring not more than 3,0(;o
If sold today, being encumbered with
n lease of the waterfront. The debts
of the estate were about $3,000, to pav
which there was no other way than a
sale of the land. Other parties shared
a joint liability for nbout J 1,500 of tho
debts. Answering the court. Mr. Ma
Koon said he thought the present wns
a good time to sell.
The court stated It would sign rn
order of sale on presentation.
Attorneys In Hnsson vs. Pain stated
that the henrlng nf that matter would
Inkc nil the rest of tho morning. As
thn court wns In tho midst of a crimi
nal rial, the hearing was set for V
Since the organization of the Portu
guese Political Club In this city somo
time ngo. the young men ot the Portu
guese colony seem to be imbued with 4
new spirit, for n number of young men
of that nationality met yesterday at the
club rooms of the Catholic Mission and
'organized an athletic club which will
be known as the Young Portuguese
The object of the club will be the
promotion nnd encouragement of all
kinds of athletic sports and to compete
with other clubs of the same nature on
tho field ot sports.
The following oulccrs wero elected:
A, O, Rosa, president; M. C. I'acheco,
vice president; A. D. Castro, secretary;
J. 12. Goeas, treasurer; Vincent Fernan
dez Jr.. manager; M. Gomes, captain;
A. S. NnBclmento, M. It. Blsho and M,
Sebastian Jr., board of directors.
it Is the Intention of the club to en
ter a team In the baseball league next
Only a small lino We have
nearly all sizes If yours Is
hero It Is a great chance to
buy tics or slippers much less
than half their value. Thoy
were mado by tho best factor
ies and are latest styles, but
are odds nnd ends, nud not a
complete line. That won't af
fect you, however, as you want
only one size. All good value
of the goods offered ranges from
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