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BVENINtl BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. It., TIJK8DAY, SIM'T. 8, lfloS.
At the Bar
r-r r- - - .--
I Local and National
Blahos, the Twirler, Is
Big Asset For
This Isn'tWhe viewpoint of tlio
ball p1:i)cr lie argues that ho
ought not to set 00 per cent, of tlio
money, but nil of It.
"Makes us sore," tliey argue.
win the money nml then only get
part of It. The rest these magnates
upend bujlng champagno for earn
other. What hac they ilonc to de
nerve It? The season wo contracted
to play In Is over. Wu ought to ho
George J. Illnhos, mtistor-at-nnns,
second class, the pitcher of the Ten
nessee's cruel; haschall nine, has done allowed to run this post-season scries
much to darken the pennant nsplra- oursehes nml get nil the coin."
tlmw nf V,ivv tennis. mi.1 lias fnrc.1 "'" lho lllcl wIul '"""e their for
Many professional and neml.inofcii-!,"n,,1 lnyted '" baseball property
blonal civilian teams to respect the tll'"l ""'.l'80' , ,"imioi' Drcf8S
scntlng the flagship of the
Division, t! S. Pacific Fleet.
lll.ihos Is n j tiling man, an excel
lent type of the up-to-date innn-of-
warsman, and Is known as a crji
heady plajer. helng decldeilly strong i
with men on bases, and exceptionally
quick In catching would-be base pil
ferers, lie has taken excellent enre
of himself and is always in condition,
which no doubt adds much to his ef
ficiency, and the bojs of the flagship
hold him In high esteem, many
them preferring to see "Ilia" pitch
to Ilrown or Matthewson of National
x..'iiKue mine. I
This pitcher has a record that may
well be envied by other Navy pitch
ers. Since becoming a member of the
nnd Charlie Comlskey started
I. I !.. .1 I- .
3nrnil ,"" lu fci"iK iiiwusainis ironi
ibox olllce to the players for winning
I the games. They gave It as a busl
'ncss proposition, thinking that by
'their generosity the athletes would
come In with their contracts for the
next year without any tumble. Hut'
They kicked Just as hard and J
wanted more money Just the same.
There was some claim to their kicks
at that. They argued that tho man '
- Wlio silt on thp lionrli nil vp.ir trtt nn I
Of ..!.,,. i posing
i-.i-u iuuuuiu ul mis gin uiuney,
whereas It should have been added to
their Individual "contracts.
John T. llrush wouldn't give his
nthlctes a cent when thoy mado New
York famous. Ho signed them up
for another year and they won an
other pennant and ngaln he refused
Tennessee's team, ho has pitched a
tnlnl nf ,:C ...,. nu tolnnltiir . ft nit fl
,u '.' "" """'" . . .. V " l'll out.
percentage oi .oda, which is miner
remarkable, considering the class of
; , '""""", "". "'"'7' I hundreds of ball players over
South America. I
While the Tennessee hoys refuse I
to talk, there Is no doubt of their j
confidence in Tllahox, and his ability
Following tho announcement that
there will be no moro bonus money,
country are crying out against tho
"money power." They have grown
to expect this big bonus as a natur
named president, Mr. Dowdlo secre
tary, whllo (1. M. Mnalo was elected
vice president. How Mnkawao was
euchcred out of her right to elect
delegates can only be explained by
the fact that the shrewd politicians
of the old Mnkawao pi reluct now be
long to tho l'ulchu precinct.
The Maul County Conentlon will
bo held In either Walluku or I.ahntna
about the latter part of this month,
after the meeting of the Tenltorlal
convention In Honolulu. Tho pros
pective candidates for County olllces
lire already setting their nets to en
tangle the delegates. The present
Itepubllcan County ofllclals arc solid
with the electorate, and the dole-
" 0 IcitnM-ptcrt will in, ilfinbf riiHf u lllllltl-
Imous veto for their le-nomlnattou.
J. W. Knlun, of iimrse, will seek the
Democratic nomination for County
Attorney. It is undeistood Attorney
Vincent Is no here now fiom Hono
lulu to make a tight for the office.
Kd. Dcvmiehelle arrived at Lnhulna
this morning in his fishing boat and
hioughl a partial report of Molokai
primary elections. Mr. Dcvnuchcllo
was formerly a staunch Itepubllcan
on Molokai, but now he Is a Demo
crat and expects to obtain the nomi
nation for Deputy Shell ft. I'ala Naki
will try conclusions with T. T. Meyers
for tho Molokai Supervlsorshlp.
Meyers hns done wonders on Molokai
dm lug his administration, for Molo
kai can now boast of good loads, and
n eairlage load has even been com
pleted Into llalawa valley. Hut poli
ticians who mo aspiring for high
honors will not seo tho public Im-
piovements done by thoso of the op-
party, nnd to condemn and
belittle tho great deeds oj an oppo
nent becomes n necessary Wapon.
The following are the complete le-
turns of Saturday's elections:
Itepubllcan primaries. Maul Coun
ty, Satmday, Sept. Stli, 1908:
Lahalna Territorial: K. A. Wal-
uholo, R, I'. Hose, nnd Ceo. II. Dunn.
County: YVm. Hcnnlng, S. Kapu, C.
K. Farden, Philip Pall, A. N. Hny
selden, C. Mnkcknu, C. 1). Cockctt, D.
II. Kahaulello, D. Knlcl Kahaulcllo,
At t1i:it It will iimimliti Itnlu vnmn
8 rc,led "l"" ',snlv l,,c reiinessno((f fnr (t wl menn
the pennant for 1808 I magnate, with his money for hlm-
Blahos has played hall for the past f0,f wl )( nWo Jfj c jt
fifteen ears, with tome of tho stron- ..,..,,,. , ,,,,, ,, ,,.. ,, ,
I heavy work.
nest teams In and around Phlladel
phla, and since Joining the Tcnncs
Hec. In July, 190fi, has been tho
mainstay of the team: hn Is also ouol
nf the few pitchers that can ho j
counted for n hit. many nf his own
games having been won through his
exceptional batting ability.
During tho time the Tennessee was
on the Atlantic Coast, many games
were plavctt with teams In and
around Philadelphia, the majority of
which were decidedly fast; through
out the voyage around South Amer
Free Booklet On
We ilpplrn to tilum hi thi li.iit.lii nf
inoso iimicteil Willi llrlulit DIhiiiho or
Dl.ilirtis a ar..riiiK imiupiilot Hint Is s.iv-
li lllnlinu llntio,l nir.ilnut llio It III lg lllllllllll IK, . It l lldl 1111 irillll.irV
'. , ' ..,?,, . I Ikiinplilvl, lint Is principally iii.iiIh up nt
do Janclio and Montevideo teams, ri'ixiris ..f scliMillliiiilly cimiluctcil tests
defeating both. After arrival on tho ".."SISKS. ntrti.lrhlt
racinc, no pucneu ngaiiisi mo sirong imnminio niiniisis.
T.....1.....1 ...... r il. n.,.,111.. r..,.,, I Tills hnuKlit n fur thuilKllltuI Koiinli
"""""" ""'" "' ""' """ "' m,PUi wlm run illsL-rlinliiatu lietween
League and they failed to get a run imiinmn paiint hhmIIcIiiu llnraturn ami u
until nflnr llin slith tnnlnir when ' '"7 '"" I'ri'pnrtu it pun or u imtirnt,
until nrter tlio Bixin inning, "'"-"i turlous nml profuundly Importunt ltel.
errors occiueu me game inr runnum i Kuimn.
by a score of 9 to 0. Another team, i lli;i'l"i;.,n"s '
mado up of professional players ot
tho Coast League wintering in and
about San Diego, played tho team
from the flagship and succeeded In
winning by a score of 3 to " only
after a desperate struggle.
This pitcher has pitched against
nnd dofeated every team In tho l'irst
Fquadron of the Pacinc Fleet slnco
tho arrival of tho Tennesseo on tho
Pacific Coast, nnd If the Pacific Fleet
Vennnnt for 1908 does not fly from
tho flagship of the Second Division,
It will be through no fault of Hlnhos,
a tt n
Now listen to the jell. Tho din
inond uthletcs nro not going to be
handed a packago of monoy for win
ning world championships after this.
Tho National Commission has met
nnd decided to put tho bnu on the
offering of bonus money.
Lust year tho Dotiolt nwnois
gave their entire receipts to tho
champions, even after they had lost
four straight In tho world seiles.
Charley Murphj-, of the Cubs, who
won tho games, didn't like It. He
lnypil In tlirso tests
mill tint it milts tilltilllifil tirntn fiinchi.
slvely that thtso ilrcatlfil illfteiifn's mo Ionic
fatal Iiumi nt last lnlilil to modlciil
sclcncf. Tho pamphlet Is free. Honolulu
lira Co , Fort St.
Wlun tu suhpert llrlsht's DIspiiho
weakness or Iuhb of wrhilit; pulTy ankles,
linuils or eyi'llds; dropsy j Kldniy troublu
nftiT tlm third month: urlna may show
M'lllnunt; fnllliiK vision; ilrou'slucss; one
or moro ot thcsi
lu UIiiIkIis lho illntliiKulnhlnt; foaturo
Is. wciikm-H with Krcut thirst und at
lllius oracIilUM uppi'tltc. 14
HUGH COKE WON OUT
Win. Knluakinl, and C It. Lludscj.
Honolua Tcirlloilal: It. C. Scarlc,
County: 1), Tiijlor and Oco, Knuauki
lena. Wnlhco Tcrrltoilal: C. M. W. Ka
mi). County: Win. Kukonn, Kaana
mi a lino, D. Kill nn, and I). Lolio.
Walluku Territorial: Wm. T. Nob
Inson, K. A. Kuos.and Citpt. S. Kelll
nol. County: dipt. W. 12. Hal, Capt.
Cliim. Wllcux, C. Ilallcy, K. II. Hart,
U. A. Wadsworlh, A. Ilorba Jr., Ka
niaka Kalllnnu, (!. II. Cummlngs, P.
Cioodness, II, M. Coke, Wm, Mahtt,
and Manuel Dutro.
Puuncnc Territorial: Joe Am
brose, W. V. Westcoalt, Win. Keanu,
nnd H. P. Savage. County: II. P.
Baldwin, Ahcakahinl, A. J. Fernan
dez, M. P. (Ionics, W. II. Hartley, T.
Kckua, W, Kaahnnu, Jno. Makahln,
W. L. 'Maples, Dan (Julll, Jno. Vns
tonccllos, J. N. S. Williams. K. It.
Lludscj', Wm. Se.uby, W. A. Sparks,
and Asa Allen.
Klgcl Territorial: M. J. Mourn.
County: V. 3. Mcl'hersoii and S. Ann
hu. Maknwao New precinct; new olfl
Pulchu Territorial: David Mor
ton. County: IMgar Morton, Kd. l'oi
ryth, Look Chun (Chinese), U. Cojip.
Ulupnlakuu Territorial: J. P.
Cockett. County (1. S. Goodness.
Kuupo Territorial: Kanuhn.
County: A. V. Mniclel Jr. and F. Hal.
Klpahtilu Territorial: Llona nnd
Jonah Knlwlaen. County: Lovl Jos
eph, S. Puptihl, S. Knua, and J. Ka
Hnnn Territorial: M. II. neuter.
County: 0. O. Cooper, W. P. Hnla, S.
Kaunloku, und J. M. Koko.
Nahlku Territorial: Henry Ren
ter. County: S. Kapepa.
Kcanno-rTorrltorlal: Hov. S. Ka
nllua. County: II. Kekumu nnd K.
Huelo Territorial: Keopit. Coun
ty: Jack Honoknupu.
Hnmakuapoko Territorial: W. V.
Mossninn, K. A. Peck, M. F. Jnrdlnc,
nnd (leo. Kenlil. County: H. A.
Gomes, lit A. Iialdwln, W. G. Scott,
.T. Mcdclros, Senator S. U,
N. G. Ango, .las. Kmikn, Jno. Knllno,
.1, Sotiza, 11, P. ilohliison, I). Flem
ing, D. C. Lindsay, M. do I'onte, Jno.
Knlunn, S. Kalnpa, K. I). Carlcy, P.
N. Knhokuolunn, und Dr. W. I Mc-
Hal.twn County: S. Knnmnno and
Pukoo Territorial: II. It. Hitch
cock. County: D. line, T. T. Moycrs,
and J. K. Knupti.
Knunnknknl County: J. N. Uahl
mil und Henry Mcyors.
NBW VOIIK, N. V., Aug. 28.
John Hamilton Tyson, mllllonalro
nutomohllo owner, whose Isottn car
won the recent Ilrlarellff race, was
Indicted today for manslaughter In
tho second degree for killing with
his motor car Olof Guuderson, stow-
mil of the Columbia Yacht Club, tit
Klghty-slxth street nnd North river,
In February last.
It Is said that the Indictment ot
Tjson wus the outcome ot tho sting
of tin aroused conscience, which led
Virginia Lawrence, nn nctrcss, to tell
whnt Tyson hnd told her about the
killing of tho old steward. Tysoii Is
said to linvo employed every method
ho could plan to conceal hit connec
tion with tho crime.
Gundcrson was knocked down
nhout .1 n. m., February 2.1, by an
auto passing Klghty-nfth street nnd
Amsterdam nvenue, nt nbout CO
miles nn hour. Tho enr continued
on Its wny without stopping for tho
Injured man, who died the following
day In Itooscvclt Hospital,
Snn Francisco Merchants' Kx
change members charge that tho rall
loads arc discriminating against Snn
Francisco nnd In fnvor of Los An
geles nnd Reno. , "
Andrea Sbarborp, president of tho
California Grnpo Growers Associa
tion, asserts Hint If wine were sub
stituted for whisky there would bo
Local structural dealers nslt rall
lo.ids to make special freight rate
Kalama, on raw material.
SAW! fVE READ ( . JUSTSNEAH L f f A '
OF THEM BUT M " AWA1 FRoM Apl YSgmk '
MfKlf klm MUST BE '. bJ$i s- r, -- '. W WHERE .
ftflH (rQSgzyti- OF IT. THEH ;---. Jfc PE I ?M
lML V2&--HeftRl OF IT! I .. 7" 1 ' - -rJ?' '.' UWAT UP IfJ
SibSjrHUrlUSTDO In ".' " jF' J . .VTHE AIR'. J
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I To tmL OH! (VAMkiT oPlWMcmt iwi '
I MUST BE UP IN MVjWr A fjlJXsJSnj7 SCCTWHS., ;.
I DRED FEET. .AT C l-cJ Vi 5i " OH! WHY CAM!
.Uasiawj ns py wV CJ Rm3" ' lftND m ml
KlNOUNG! WHAT (ilW-! ,,? A 3D bOT I TCtU LIKE IT,
C. IS AU THIS LUMBER Wlli J5 f "TrT ,-4 I FGIIT NQW- A RARE-
fING AMlJNDHEWr7Lins "1 "M. K VfilULTH8 M0JT
BEARABLE! II DtlMtlV J ' MH T v Y , 0r , J6NI AL
' (Continued from Face 1)
In, und his efforts to receive recogni
tion as one of tho leading Republi
cans of Wnlluku were rewarded oven
though he was at tho bottom ot tho
ladder, while Captain W. K. Hal head
ed tho delegation with 168 votes out
of a possible 200.
On last election day It was the
hardest struggle for Walluku to glvo
tho Dolegato to Congress 140 votes,
but In local elections this number
can bo Increased by nearly fifty per
cent , without Jeopardizing the Dem
ocratic phalanx on election day.
Tho now precinct of Pulelui claim-
didn't want to shell out and raised ,eil tho light to olect dolegatcs, and
it kick against such tactics. Mnkawao precinct gracefully gavo up
Other louguo magnates had no 'its inhcicut right. Lahalna did not
great lovo for tho scheme, nnd so the, do as well, for the now precinct of
commission has foibld tho offering .Olownlu was not allowed even one
of sperlal Inducements or rewards, delegate to lepreseul her lit the com
Tlin players net ! per cent, of the jinn rouentlona. However, Mnkawao
proceeds anyway, and they Ilguru (outented herself with electing pro
tills enough. lcluct ulllcers, aud 1'. W. Hardy was
PfffillfSJ. 18ffifirayfi.0 YWU5 1BI6MM OHM TOW KJ0C
Will Get His Cash
OTliorrH of tin- Turiilnr.v iniiv ilo "tmt-idt) work" for ilo
jmrtiui'iiH titlicr limn tlmt in which they lire cMiiployctl nml ru
ccivo pay for it.
This is tlit ini'iiiiiiijr of n tlecision liiitidcd iluwu by tho Su-jiifiiii-
Court this morning in the vnw of tlio njijwnl f tlio Tux
('oiiiiiiiHsionunt from tlio ruliii; of tho Auditor. It will !
ri'iiicinhcird that .1. A. Thompson, tin olliror of tho oourt.t,
did siitiit! typewritinj; for tho Tux Comiiiission. Whon tho hill
wiw roiulorod tlio Atidilor turnod it down under the law which
prevent any tillicor of tho Territory drawing two wnhiries. Tho
Court this morning states tlmt Thompson's bill limy properly
ho paid. The tlecision follows:
IX JMi Al'lMJ AL OF I. T. PKCK', A. V. .IU1)D, A. 1'ERUY
AND .1. A. THOMPSON.
Ai'i'KAi. nioji Tin: Auihtoii.
.Submitted August U7, l'JOS. Dee'nled Septcink-r 8, J DOS.
JIaktwkm., C.J., WlMIKK anu Dai.i.ou, J.I.
A clerk of court who mntlc typewritten copies of the report
or the tux commission working out of ofllca hours Is not nn offi
cer or employee ot tlio Territory within tho meaning of tho
OPINION OF THE COUKT UV WILDER, J. '
This is nn appeal from n ruling of the auditor refusing to
issue it warrant in fnvor of .1. A. Thomiwin for milking type
written copies of the report of the tax connnii'sioii.
Thompson is u clerk of lho court drawing it xnlary of moro
than $1(10 n mouth under Act 12(i H. I.., 1!H)7, entitled "An
Act providing for snhiries and pay of employees of the Terri
tory." On June 2S, 1II0S, ho entered into a contract with tho
tux commission to miiko and deliver' not later than .luno '!(),
1H0S, typewritten copies of its report, it being agreed that tho
work tdiould bo done nt night nml on nn intervening Sunday,
nml tlmt ho bo paid for the work at tlio regular rates, which in
this ease amounted to $110.10. Thompson complied with his
part of the contract to the Mitiufnctlou of the" members of tho
tux coiuiuissioii. ,
The auditor refused to issue a warrant for tho work dono
in view of Sec. !! of Act 12(1 referred to which reads us follows:
"No ollicer or other employee of lho Territory holding uioro
limit one ollico or employment hhall be authorized to draw moro
than the salary nf the highest grade of the ollico or employment
held by him, provided tho aggregate salaries to any one person
hliull not exceed one hundred dollars per month; and he shall
bo entitled to no other or further compensation."
The expenses of tlio tax commission woro provided for in
Act 127 ,S. I.. 11107, entitled "An Act making appropriations
for the departmental Use of tlio Territory," mill which tlitl not
contain the provision in the other net which has been referred to.
It is clear, ami conceded, that Thompson, by virtue of being
a clerk of the court, is an ollicer of the Territory, nid it is
eipially clear that doing tho work in question for tho lax com
mission tlid not make him hold more than ouo ollico. The ques
tion then k tlitl Thompson, by virtue of his contract with tho
tax commission, become an employee, of tho Territory nr hold
mi employment within the inclining of tho statute referred fo.'
A common mid ordinary meaning of the word "employee" is
olio who works for a salary or wages under directions. See 15
Cyc. 1():12; Century Dictionary. Wer think this is tho sense in
, which it is used in tho appropriation hill. It also involves tho
idea of continuity of service nml excludes that of being engaged
for a speciul or single transaction. As was said by tho U. S.
.Supremo Court in lAiiiint'illo etc., Ilhilmul Co. v. Wilson,
J.'lri U., S. .101, 505, "tho terms 'olliccrs' and 'employees' both,
alike, refer to thoso in regular ami continual service. Within
tho ordinary acceptation of tho terms, ono who is engaged to
rentier service in a particular transaction is neither an ollicer
nor an employee. They imply continuity of servico and exclude
those employed foi a special .and hinglo transaction. An attor
ney of nn individual, retained for a single suit, is not his
. employee. It is true, ho has engaged to render borviccs; but his
engagement is rather that of it contractor than that of an
The contention of tho auditor if upheld would lead to results
not contemplated by tho statute. For instance, an attornoy
could not bo engaged by tho attorney general and paid out of tho
incidental fund of his department in moro than ono case- a
month if thu bill for services was over $100, nor could liny ono
tin work for tho Torritory of tho kind hero, namely, typewrit
ing, if it should coat moro than $100 in ono month.
The auditor is directed to issue tho warrant in question.
A. Perry and A. h J mid for iippellnuts.
O, . Ilcmi'iiwny, Attorney General, for Auditor.