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WORKED UP STORIES
Lee Let' Case of Prosecution sudden
ly Cloiei With Two Short
Story Witnesses. '
The Territory closed the cniso for
the piosecuilon In the Lee Let c.iho
yesteriluy afternoon. After Reporter
Ayres, now of the Aihertiser nnd
previously proprietor of the Hefcrcc,
had roiio through his story, It. O.
MutlicKoniof.-the Advertiser wns coil
ed to tha stand.
Mntheson stated that he visited
tho store of Yuen Chong on Feb. 7
with Taylor, though he did not en
ter tho store. Taylor did enter the
store. This was nt 6 o'clock In the
afternoon. Ho was then and Is now
a special offlccr, and w,as also work
ins for'tho Advertiser.
He testified that he wrote the nr-
tlclo of Feb. 14th and) that he and
Taylor were working up gambling
cAses for the Advertiser.
Apana was then put on tho Btand.
Thero was Immediately aliscusslon
as to whether nn Interpreter should
be used. Apana lilniHclf stated that
ho wanted to speak Chinese, and
this was bo ordered by tha Court.
Apana stated that he himself had
played pakaplo' many times. Ho stat
ed that ho had been a policeman
nbout ten yours, starting under
lirown's regime. He was excused.
"That's the case for the prosecu
tion," stated Larnarh.
"If the Court please; this case has
fallen through sooner than I ex
pected, and I nsk that It bo continued
until next Monday morning," Bald
"So ordered," said- the" Court.
Captain Pedro D'Azevcdo Contlnho,
recently governor of the Portuguese
province of Macao, China, was a
through passengor on the Asia. Ho Is
ml Interesting character, who has fig
ured In most of tho prominent affairs
In tho Orient pt late years, Ho hus
been long in Macao, and Is very pop
ular with tho people thoro.
Ho It was through whom tho Portu
guese government made a protest to
tho Chlneso In tho matter of the seiz
ure of the Tatsu Mam.
Ho Is now on his way homo to Por
tugal, having resigned his post In tho
Hnst rather than obey abnuxlous In
structions which ho received. Ho wns
under orders to Increase tho rocuuo
which the piovlnce was yielding, and
sntd that ho could not do so without
burdening the people to tho extent
that he would become very unpopulur.
Itnthcr than do bo, ho resigned..
Ho Is accompanied by his wifo and
CUMMINS AND ZIEQLER
(Continued from Pace 1)
applicants than anyone else In town
The only formal application for the
position of Road Supervisor Is that
filed by C. L. Hopkins. It is also
understood that Henry Vlda would
like the job, and Is working for It.
Hut Tom Cummins has tho Insldo
track. He has been with Johnson
for a long tlmo and consequently
knows tho business nnd tho work
from beginning to end. .
As a mark of their appreciation
of him, the employes of the Rond
and Garbage Departments presented
Sara Johnson with a gold watch this
nftornoon at 1 o'clock. It was a
beautiful token. Various of thoso
who havo served under Col. JohUBOn
spoke, expressing their aloha for
H BRIDE ON Halt
Tho most Interesting of tho arrivals
In oort on tho Asia this morning was.
a thy little, almond eyed brldo from
tho Orient, who, lu nil tho gorgeous
ncHi of her bridal apparel, met her
husband on tho dock this morning,
after ho had gono out In tho customs
launch to have a look at her. The
brldo was booked with tho purser ns
M.rs. Wong Sco; tho happy man who
claims her for a brldo Is Ah Chit, tho
business man, of this city.
It Is tho first visit of tho bride to
this country, and tho first tlmo that
tho has seen her husband. So, tho
Ideality of their happiness at tho dock
was Interrupted by tho Immigration
moiJl who had to Insist that sho go to
tho station. SUo todo there In com
pany with Tier husband.
And, now, thoro will bo big doings
Tho trousseau of this Oriental maid
was a marvel to the passengers, and
excited comment from tho wharf rats
when she mado her way Independent
ly down tho gang plank. Tho most
novel featuro from tho Occidental
standpoint was the footwear, all heels,
and most unchristian looking.
Mrs. Wong Seo Is pretty, after tho
Chlno stylo, and was conspicuously
quiet on tho trip over, staying closely
to her stateroom most of tho tlmo.
iee unu Will
On Account of tho fact that tho Leo
Let caso was continued from yester
day until Monday, thero wns nothing
doing In Judge Ilobtnsoil's court thl!
morning. The prosecution rested lit
caso Friday afternoon, and tho defense
will bo given nn opportunity to bring
out Its strong points now. After thlr
the prosecution will bo allowed their
rebuttal and the defense has tho final
say, although no now testimony may
be Introduced. Frank Thompson, at
torney for Leo Let, has noted an ex
ception to almost every objection thai
tho Court has overruled bo that he will
be ablo to appeal tho caso, should it
go against him.
The pictures of1 tho "Eleventh
Hour," showing scenes of tho Franco
Prussian war, will bd shown nf the
Orpheum this evening. Theso pic
hires have excited n great deal of In
terest on tho Coast and no one should
miss seeing them. An entirely new
chango Is on for tonight with Interest
ing Alms of a varied kind.
CHARGE OF DITCH
Hamakua Ditch Company Forwarding
Its Work McLeod Hefplng But
Not Directing Progress.
"There Is absolutely no truth In
or foundation for the story publish,
cd In the Hawaii Herald and lepub
llshed In your paper of May 30,"
said H.jF. Lewis, of Lewis & Co.,
treasurer and director of tho llama-
laia Ditch Co., Limited.
This refers to nn nrtlclo In which
one T. McLeod Is nnnounccd ns be
ing nppolntcd ns superintendent of
the proposed lower Hnmnkun ditch,
work on which may bo commencd
"McLeod had been promised n Job
as n luna by our Kngtnccr J, Jorgcn-
son," said Lewis, "but he evidently
allowed his imagination to run nwny
with his reason when ho permitted
such n version as wun contained in
these published reports. Mr. Jorg
ensnn Is In full chnrgo of nil work
of the Homakun Ditch Co., Ltd., nnd
will havo complete management of
tho lower ditch. Ho has had splen
did success In the completion of the
upper Hamakua ditch, which Is now
delivering full quotas of water to
Honokna nnd Kukulhnclo plantations
and theso plantations will havo Im
mense crops next year In conse
BY MRS, DUNN'S
Children's Dancing Class
TO BE GIVEN AT
Saturday, June 13,
UNDERWOOD SAYS HE
According to the statement of
Captain Underwood, made to n rep
resentative of this paper this morn
ing, It appears that tho Advertiser is
a little mixed In Its dates. .Under
the heading "Underwood's Mistake,"
It goes on to Bay that the Gwendo
lyn II, entry In tho Trdns-I'aclflc
Yacht Race, sailed from Seattle on
tho lGth of Mny, Instead of on the
13th, as the Captain says. Under
wood Btatcs, in straightening out the
"I met the Gwendolyn Hj In Port
Townsend nt 3 o'clock on the 13th
of Mny, giving tho boys who sail her
a letter or introduction to my son,
who works for Lcwers & Coolie here,
jo there can be no mistake nbout
that part of It. They Balled at once
tor San Pedro, and t pulled out nbout
8 o'clock and I passed them that
night about thirty miles dawn the
Strait. I was being towed juit at
the time, and they" were beat lag out.
This wai on Wednesday afternoon. I
got wny down below Columbia river,
ind on Saturday afternoon and Sun
day morning wo had heavy weather,
with n high sea, so that we hud to
lay to. I remarked to the mate at
the time that If tho jacht did not
navo'a sea anchor aboard, she would
be In a very bad way.
"I understand that sho may have
put Into Victoria, and In that caso I
do not know any more about it, but
ihc certainly sailed on the 13th, not
on tho 16th.
"Furthermore, sho Is owned In Se
attle, nnd not In Canada, and Is not,
I believe, a Cnnndlan entry lu the
rnco nt nil."
SAUCEDO-Andres do Saucedo, at
Acapulco, Mexico, May C, 1908, aged
Bulletin Basinets Office Phone 258,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
. Including Dance after 10 P, M.
J. A. GILMAN
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Temperatures 8 a. m., 74; 8 a. m.,
77; 10 a. m., 80; noon, 79; morning
uaromoter, 8 a. m.. 3U.li; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m 0.27C grains per
cubic foot; rclatlvo humidity, 8 a. m.,
03 per cent; dew point, 8 n. m 63,
Wind 0 a. m., velocity C, direction
N, K.; 8 a. m., velocity 13, direction
N, E.; 10 a. m velocity 12, direction
13.; noon, velocity 14, direction N. E.
llalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m., .01 Inch.'
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 297 milos.
WM. H. STOCKMAN,
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