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BVEN1NO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TUESDAY, JULY C, 1009.
DAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO, LTD
At 120 Xinfc Strtet, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory
.rrvl I Editorial Rooms,
- K " I Business
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Doing Rood is the only certain
happy action of a man's life. Sir
Illlu Is great ns a host. It needs
Duly to have Its liorso Jockeys disci
plined. It l ten to one. thnt n newspaper
will show tlic police the way to the
solution ot tho Hlslo Slgcl murder
lloiioliihi congratulates the towns
of tho other Islando that celebrated.
And docs so with the very clear head
that follows a peaceful fourth.
Japanese of the other Islands re
fuse to be fooled Into separating
themselves from their work and their
wages nt the command ot a few self
ish and evil-disposed leaders.
Japanese merchants arc charged
with supporting the organ of tho
strike agitation. 'This Is undoubt
edly true, and n perusal of the paper
Indicates that It Is not without sup
port from those It Is. busily engaged
In catling names.
Hawaii lias no reason to Insult
Congressman Murdock because ho
happened to get off on the wrong
foot ns regards the local strike situa
tion. He has the support ot more
Rotors than Ilawnll can muster In
to or three elections.
1'rcstdcnt Taft has tho Senate In
the hollow ot his hand If the vote pf
that body on the convocation tax
mid the jncome tax may be taken, as
n fair example of his measure ot con
trol. Soon we shall learn whether
tho House ot Representatives actu
ally represents the People against
the Interests. , ..
What better evidence Is wanted of
Honolulu being In the hands, of
Thugs, so far as tho Japanese ore
convcrncd, than tho Incident of Sun;
day In which a Japanese seeking for
workers was kidnapped In broad
day light and courtmartlaled by
htrlko(omcors? Isn't it about time
that there was a cessation of this
namby-pamby business that tries to
make out that Thugs will be good If
only let alono?
SQUARE RACING OR NONE.
, According to all reports horso rac
liigln 1 1 1 to Is headed to go tho way
'of horso racing In Honolulu.
It Is., not n sufficient answer for
Illo to respond that tho Honolulu
men nro "sore" becnuso thoy were,
"stung." That was said last year
of tho .Maui sporting fraternity, but
tho result has been that the Maul
man got up their own program of
"ports nntl didn't go to Hllo.
" Honolulu has already proved that
"the Territory of Hawaii has not a
single town largo enough for ma
nlpulators of horso races or any oth
er contest to carry on crooked games
without killing public Interest. The
lace must be squorc and .above board
It Is to tho credit ot the managers
of the Hllo racing events that they
subjected those obviously violating
tho rules of fair play to summary
punishment. They evidently recog
nized tliitt-soine vigorous action must
ha taken or Hllo must find some
thing besides horse rnccs for events
with which to draw , the. crowd from
tho other Islands.
MR. MuRDOCKtOF KANSAS.
Congressman Victor. Murdock ot
Kansas Is reported by n Washington
paper ns assailing the sugar planters
of this Terrltorj.
Without waiting to learn whether
Mr. Murdock has been quoted cor
rectly or not, a local organ of abuse
whoso owner lij s,o closely, allied with
the sugar Interests -that Mr. .Mur
dock wll probably ucccp't Its utter
ances as thoso of mouth-piece, re
sponds by calling Mr, Murdock a
The niiBwer Is fn keeping with the
domineering Intolerance) that Mr.
Mm dock happened to eneoutior ilur-
nirtTtrlp to Hllo, and from which
ho evidently formed his opinion ot all
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ter Sit Mouliu 0 ,na
Per Ve.r, nrrhtc In U.S I.oo
Pit .t-iii)vhtr.4a-Ct.,. I.Ho
I'trVctt xlild, fottiin 3.oo
Cnicred al the Poitoffire At Honolulu
JULY 6. 1909
leaders of Hawaii's Industry. And
It Is equally unrepresentative of the
sentiments of those most Influential
In the eontrol of the main Industry
of the Islands.
That Is an amusing typo ot hu
humnnlty which expects to gain tho
wspect If not tho good will of n
Congressman hy answering, his pur
ported remarks In the samo stylo
that the organ ot the Japanese .Agi
tators has attacked the planters,
Murdock has n mistaken Idea ot
the present situation.
Conditions have been so rapidly
revolutionizing slnc0 ,hc was In tho
Territory thnt If he were to como
here today ho. could not fall to note
the Improvement even ln the arbi
trary and Intolerant section .of the
Industrial community that happened
to sot off, n few fireworks for his ben
efit. It It Is the..purppso of our people
to help Hawaii, It, would be moro ap
propriate to ask. Mr. Murdock to
como again and go over tho same
rou to In (lie. same way.
He would quickly rccognle the
orrorf some of the statements cred
ited to hfni In the press, of Washing
ton, D. C.
HAWAII'S PROGRESS AS SHOWN
BY STATISTICS. .
. The Commerce and Labor Bureau
ot Statistics gives the value of do
mestic merchandise shinned from
the United 'States to Hawaii -for ten
months ending with April as fol
lows: 190T. 1908. J909.
tll.CSl.43G $12,414,G23 $14,SCS,897
In the same ten months the value
of domestic merchandise shipped
from the United States to the Terri
tory ot Huwsll was as follows:
190". , 1909., 1909.
Of the merchandise we bought
from the mainland, ,$7,957,542, or
07.17, pert cent, ,,was manufactures
ready for consumption. This must
convtneo the intelligent .manufac
turer that Hawaii's trade ,1s worth
holding, it ha lias It, and worth de
veloping If lie hnsnevcr given tho
"far-off", Territory of Hawaii moro
Uinu n passing thought. ,
Foodstuffs, partly or wholly man
ufactured, ro valued, at (2.730,291,
or 19.31 per rent of our purchases
In the ten-month pcrlod. Foodstuffs
in crude, condition and, food nnlinnls
are, valued at $994,861, or 7.11 per
cent; crude, materials for uso In
manufacturing, $710,310, or Ii.08
per rent; manufactures for further
use In manufacturing, $1,288,116, or
9.21 per cent, and miscellaneous,
$268,760. or 1.92 per cent.
Our business with foreign coun
tries, has fallen off some $400,000.
Japan still holds first place with Im
ports valued at $1,377,438 nut of
the. totul $3,286,863 from all foreign
countries. Although tho imports
from Japan in April, 1909, aro larg
er by over $30,000 than in Anrll.
1968, the Imports from Japan for
the ten months ending with April,
1909, are valued at $1,377,435, as
against $1,530,348 for the samo
perky! pf 1908. , j;,j .
HAWAII AND MAUI MEN TIRED.
(Continued fromrPtce I)
sugar cano on plantation lands, under
tho contract system. They mako their
livelihood by faithfully working In, tho
cano fields. Thoy sell their cano to
plantations, on equal sharing basis.
Under theso circumstances, they can
not go on strlk,o because If they do,
they nil! bo tho lasers."
Over at liana everything Is lovely.
Tho Japanese nro perfectly willing to
koop at work and go on under present
conditions. They said to the II 11 lie
tin repiesentatlvo that, while- they,
wero willing to subscribe a little to
wards tho "strike fiiid," thoy would
not leave their work for tho sake ot
plcablng tho striko leaders In Honolulu.
After this month they will not glvo
ah'ynioro help to tho strikers,
"What do you think of Maklnn and
Ni'K'iwT' linked tho D 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 reprp
eeutatlve. "Well, wo don't caro much about
thorn," answered one of the Japanese
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Three Ideal Homes
Would you like to earn a really fine suburban home in
Honolulu, one with a beautiful view of mountain, sky and
sea; one that has all modern improvements city water
electric lights telephone modem plumbing and other
conveniences? We have two such places. One is at Pa
cific Heights and commands a view from Diamond Head
,to Pearl-Harbor, and the sea and the Waianae mountains
beyond. The entire city and harbor from this home ap
pear as if spread out at your feet. The house is two stor
ies high, has four bedrooms and is surrounded by nearly
an acre of level land. $7,800 will buy this splendid prop
erty. In Manoa Valley is an equally desirable property with
large grounds and a commodious four bedroom house.
$8,000 will purchase the place.
Not in the suburbe, but i nthe city itself- on the
higher slopes of Punchbowl, is a property worthy the at
tention of anyone dcsiring.to own a winter home in Hono
lulu. Modern improvements, of course'; appointments arc
perfect: view of surrounding country, city and sea superb.
1 If purchased by parties desiring simply to occupy it during
a portion of the year the place could be rented for remain
ing portion of time at $50 or more per month. $0-500 is
the price of this property.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
who wero assembled nt tho Knhuliil
railroad depot. The others assented
to bis remarks.
'Don't you think they arc great
"Wo don't know anything about
them. Wo don't rend Japanese news
papers and we 'don't caro to hear, about
thenuor tho strike."
They all said that it was to their ad
vantage to stick to their Jobs, which
glvo.thctu Jhelr dally food supply and
a. little surplus.
Four thousand and three hundred
Japanese laborers on the Island ot Ha
waii ore prepared to contribute tvo
dollars each for maintaining the strik
ers In Honolulu. Tho strike leaders
on Hawaii were to have hold a meeting
last night In Hllo and wero expected
to subscrlbo a substantial amount of
money for tho "striko fund." The lead
ers stated that after this subscription
they would give no moro. Among the
leaders who were protein In Hllo wero
Akada and Tnkuinnt.su from tho ad
jacent plantations. During Sunday and
Monday they were constantly In con
ference with other leaders In Hllo.
Editor Egulch ot the. Hllo Shokiimln
Shlnbun, tho leading Japanese news
paper lnHllo, said that tl.cic Is no
likelihood of the Jnpancso on thnt is
land going on strike. The prominent
Japanese merchants and physicians
also told tho same story.
Dr. Nakazuwn, of Hllo, who has lived
In the islands for n number of years,
when Interviewed, said that from what
ho has been able- to-learn-from tho
Jnpancso laborers, they aro perfectly
. i alt V
a pargain op Aiona i.ane, ' near ,
joung sireci. jnoaern cottage oi.sccus.
two sleeping rooms, living room,
kitchen and bath. Price $2,100.
$250 cash. ,
, X three-bedroom cottage with lot
60x200 on lunalilo street. Price
Young Street 50.00
Wilder Avenue 45.00
Prospect Street .40.001
Unfurnished Cottage I
Magazine Street $21.50
Matlock Avenue 30.00
lunalilo. Street 40.00
Waikikl Rd 20.00
Wilder Avenue 15.00
Cor. Fort & Merchant Streets.
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REMEMBER THOSE .AT SEA !
' i't '-" ' 1
the horse is
stolen is a
poor time to lock the
If you have jewelry
not in use, valuable
papers, etc., keep them
in a safe deposit box to
which you, only, have
. We rent boxes for
$4 a year.
Bishop Trust Co.f Ltd.
willing to silbntU'to the fair and Just
decision of, the' planters.
Mancgcr Watt of Olaa Sugar Com
pany is criticized by thu Japanese In
Hllo. They, nnd tho lnboicrs, do not
llko'it bocnuso bf. In his reply to their
domnnds'to rnlsa their wages, practlc
ally "called them down."
Managcr'GJerdrtini of Honokaa was
Intorviowed by'lhe II 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 man on
board tho Maumi Koa, after she left
Hllo yesterday afternoon. Ilu said
that everything was quiet on his plan
tation. Ho. lidded that tho condition m
Japanese laborcis 011 Hawaii was sat
isfactory, Governor Frear had among UIs
cnllcis this morning llrlgadlcr Gen
eral Murray, chief of -tho coast ar
tillery, who lias been In tho I'liilip
pines; Captain .Kohert Gallon, Col,
Charles A. Ilooth and Captain Dab
rock, quartermaster, who is on his
last trln from Manila. Ho hroimht
t lie Governor 11 lino box of mango
Governor Krear1 has received nn In
vitation to attend tho l.'IO anniver
sary of tho founding of Lake Cham
plain hy tho Now York Chnmplnln
Tcr-Centcnuary Commission, through
John A. Ilooth, Its president, who
was a rlassmalo of tho Governor, Ho
also received 11 letter from tho Na
tional Irrigation Congress Commis
sion, betting forth tho Interests nt
tho Congress, nnd giving nn outline
of what Hawaii should do In tho way
of sending delegates.
Attorney General Itonionwiiv has
consented to a two weeks' cuntlmi-
an cc in tho Mary Damo Hall's tnx
case. This Is a caso which Involves
tho payment of $0,000 Inheritance
tnx, Tho estate attorney will file a
motion today In the Circuit Court
fiir a continuance. "
Ask for our, new
Made of cross-dimity, white, but
toned down entire front, trimmed in
Irish and Val lace and insertion
Dutch collar and cults to match, 3-4
sleeves, skirt trimmed with bias
folth. Sizes M to 40.
is now 1
HOURS: 6 a.m.,
to 11:30 p. m.
FOR MEN'S RELEASE
Judge De Bolt Denies
Request and Fixes
Fuchlno and Kawaknml, tho two Jnp-
nnoso arrested yesterday, charged with
Imprisoning threo fellow laborers In n
building, and holding a self-appointed
court' over them, wero tho subjects of
ball before Judge De Holt this morn
Attorney l.lghtfnot appeared on their
behalf and asked that bond bo fixed.
Mr. Kinney, for the prosecution said
that ho did not desire to lyep the men
In Jail specially, hut as they wero
under the i-hadow of the court nnd held
under scrlniin charges, he thought n
bond should bo fixed. Judge Do Dolt
named $200 ns n proper sum for each
"Hut the Jnpancso nro poor men,
laborers, jour Honor, and it is very
hard lor them to raise that much bond.
In fact thoy nro under heavy bond, and
I doubt wncthcr they can get It."
Kinney retorted: "What Is tho use
of such talk as that when the Higher
Wage Association furnishes their bond.
I tell you I will agree for them to go
on their own iccogulzanco if you will
I.lghtfont protested that ho did not
Know liata, (no Japanese who was
mixed up In tho Walpahu riot, and dis
appeared suddenly when sought by
"Two things tho Supreme Court has
decided," said l.lghtfnot, "0110 is that
tho financial condition of 11 man must
bo- taken Into consideration, and tho
other tho uaturo of, his offense. It Is
a miserable fiction of tho law that men
nro presumed to bo Innocent until
"I think J200 bond In ench caso will
lio proper," said Jmlgo Do Holt. That
was all, and Attorney I.lghtfoot pro-
ceedcd'io get busy with Maklno and
Negoro ns to the bonds for tho two
men, who aro still In custody.
Territorial Treasurer Conkllng
this morning exchanged $100,000
worth of new bonds for 10.r old O. 11.
& I,. Company's bonds, according to
1111 nrraiigemoiit between tho Terri
tory and tho rallmail company. Tho
bonds wero issued In lots ot 100, ,.
Superintendent Campbell urges
that delinquents hurry In with their
water and sower rates. Owing to
tho fact that u rush nt tho last mo
ment causes trouble In the office and
piles moro work on tho clerks than
they can get out, ho Is desirous ot
calling attention to the accommoda
tion It wMI he to settlo water and
sower hills an Mon ns possible.
; iSclf-Filling ,
Drinks Ink like a camel,
Wc carry all styles and sizes-
' fWl & .
H. F. Wichman & Co.
MAUI'S GOOD DAY
(Special to tho flu I lot 1 11)
Wnlliiku. Maul, July 5. Tho 23rd an
nual meet of tho Maul Itnclng Associa
tion, wlilrh took plnco at Sprccki'ls
l'ark, Kahtiliil, Saturday, July 3d, was
(Successful In every respect. The
weather Was all that could bo desired,
and tho track In moRt excellent condi
tion. Many of tho Honolulu girls nnd
hoys graced the grand stand. One
of them, .Miss Aiinlo Hose, was espec
ially honoicd hy President A. N, Ke
polkal, being decorated with tho Pres
ident's badge nnd declared tho honor
nry president of the day, nn honoi
nlileli slio boro with tho samo grnco
ns when she was tho Topeka Queen of
Tho result of tho rnces follows:
Itaco 1. I'oot race, 10ft yards dash;
trophy. lCn Suo won In 11 sec. I'. ICs
plnda, second. Tho l'ahi wonder, Ar-
cla, dhl not appear.
Itaco 2. Trotting and racing. One
mllo dash, 3 mliiuto class; I'nrso J"";
I'ala Girl, owned hy W. G. Scott and
driven by I). II, Davis, won In 3:17;
,1. Do Hcgo's "I'm l'or You," second,
nnd Carey's "Sloppy Weather," third.
Itaco 3. Running race, half mllo
dash, Hawaiian Urcds; (CO; Euradtns
won in :, with Elko second.
Itaco I. Trotting and 'pacing. Krco,
for all ,hcst 2 in 3. Abdlnc, driven by
Davis, won first ami second heats lit
3:27 3-5 and 3:31 1-5. McKlnley was
second nnd was driven by its owner
In first heat. This favorite Maul pac
er made 2:29 several cars ngo when
under the euro of tho late Mr. Decker,
nnd It Is claimed of him thnt ho can
better It now lu the hands of horsemen
Ilncu 5. Running race, half mile
dash, frco for all; $!0. Klko won from
Kuindlus In SI 2-n by a head; Defend
or thlid. This was n beautiful men
ns the two horses wero oven up to nn
eighth from tho wire.
Itnco B. Cowboy relay race, one and
n half mllo dash tor a purso of $25.
I'utrlcs wore: Ucdoln nnd Champagne
by u von Tempsky; Tob nnd Dick, nnd
Harry by Orovo Ranch; Ukulclo nnd
Mnkllo by Faustlno; Hokul and Klin
hlwl by p.i Cockelt; and nilly and
llond by Chas. Ako. This race Is al
ways Interesting and the cowboys from
tho various Mnul ranches tako great,
interest In It. At their special request
In order to enablo them to lenvo for
tho sports at Sunnslile, tho event was
scheduled for noon, A deaf and dumb
nnllvo rider fiom Oiovo Ranch was
the winner. He has held that post or
honor for tho past threo events nnd
may bo considered the champion of the
Islands In this class. Ills time was
3:43. Kadi rider has to put on the
brldlo nnd saddlo without nsslstanco at
tho wonl "go" from the Judges, and
has to unsaddle ami resaddlo nt tho
end of each half mile, a flesh mount
being iibo.l ench time. N0110 but tho
best cowbojs, quick pud alert, over
think of entering this race. Of course
tho mounts must be fast and well
Itaco 7. Running i-nco, half mile
dath Japanese owned horses; Purso
J50. Klko won In :G3 with Defender
second. ICiiradlus entered but was
pulled back by Its rider during tho
rnco and was oven walked home before
thu eighth mllo post was reached. De
fender's owner realizing that I'uradlus
Was also entered in threo remaining
events of Iho day, entered it protest
Willi the Judges, who declared Iho err
ing rider nnd horso burred for tbo bal
ance of tho day. This was done In tho
Interest of fair sport nnd will lu n lea
sou to future manipulations on the
track. Tho decision wns apparently
satisfactory to all.
Ilaco 8. Mulo race, half mllo dash;
Purso $2f.. Won by'Pllholo easily In
1:09 1-0; North Polo second, ami Pool
Mol third Klhel Girl. Ilium, Charlie
nnd Jennlo wero distanced.
Raco 9. Pony race, 14.2 bands high
nnd under, half mllo dash; $50. von
Icmpsky's Muklhiina, ilddcii by a von
young rldir, won In .10; Don next and
Dr. Flt-zgoiald s Grey Icg, llilrd. Kuia
dins, barred by Judges.
Raco 10. Running iaco, thrco-quar-leis
mllo dash, fieo-for-all; $75.. Hu
radius being buried, only Elko nud De
fender ran In this rnco. Elko won in
Raco 11. Tin co-eighths mllo dash;
$40. Entiles wero Francis Hohron,
Don and Urnnus. Won by tho first
named horso In :41.
Rnco 12. Trotting rnco between Ah
dlno nnd McKlnley, won hy Abdlno In
two straight heats in 1:48 and 1:51 re
spectively, The last raco of tho day was a quar
ter mllo dash Tor Hawaiian bred
horses. $10. Won by Elko In 26 4-5.
Francis Hnbrnn second and Dotr third.
It wns 3:40 p. m. when this last
raco was run, nnd nil loft tho raco
track, many to go to Knhuliil basoball
grounds to bco tho gamo between All
Hawaii and All Mnul. Harney Joy
piiciicn mr the homo team. Mnrcallluo
nnd Hnttlo wero umpires. Tho Hono
lulu team won hy 11 kcoio of 10 to 3,
1110 celebration of th0 Kioilous
fourth ended with u ilaiico Saturday
evening at "Thu IJroakors,'"hlch was
voiy hugely attended by Wnlliiku nnd
Knhuliil friends. Fireworks formed n
pait of tho Knhuliil celebration.
The habeas corpus rasn of Masu
fhinil.l, which waa to hao boon
j heard before Judge Dole in tho U. S,
.District Court .today, was continued
'until tomorrow morning.
WILL HAVE -TO
PAY THE BONDS
Alolnn'nnd Isaac Kauhoo will havo
to pay over to the United Stales gov
ernment $1,000 each, nccordlnjt to
the Judgment brought ngnlnst them
In tho United 8taes District Court
this morning. (
The enso ii 0110 of long Btnndlng,
Originally I.cvl P. Kauhoo' nnd his
brothers went on tho bonds of 11
Knnal poitn-.nstcr who was gathered
in by tho Federal authorities bn a
shortage charge. Tho official failed
to make good, nnd the Kauhocs wero
held for payment of the bonds. In
the meantime I.ovl died and Iho re
sponsibility descended to the others.
The case was fought through tho
tourts and finally reached tho United
States Court. This morning Judgo
DiiIp oidercd tho Mnrshnl to cnll tho
defendants three times. They failed
to answer, nnd ufmn'n motion from
Deputy r. S. Attorney Hnwllns tho
court nllowcd Judgment on plead
STRIKE LEADERS ' '
"Wo hacn't got him yet but wu'll
stick to it till wo do get him." This
wns tho statement made this morning
by High Sheriff Henry concerning tho
search being mado for Hata, the Japan
ese wanted on n kidnapping charge.
' Indicted by the same Grand Jury ii
011 whoso Indictments tho Jnpancso
now on trial for riot wero nrresteil,
Hntu should now he with that bunch,
but ban never been found. Ills last of
fenso "proves that ho nnd his nssoclntcs
have no Intention of obeying the law.
While awaiting trial In nn American
court, nceii8cd of serious charges,
threo Jnpancso again defied the Inw
thoy have already broken nnd set up 11
court-of their own to further tho ends
of U10 Higher Wngo Association and
Intimidate thoso of tho Japanese who
wish to throw off the yoko ot Maklno,
and his lieutenants and rcsumo work
nt tho plantations.
Out of the threo men 'who held tho
Inquisitorial trial, two, Fushlno and
Kawnkaml, arc lodged behind the pris
on bars and tho other, Hata, who has
been wanted long on the riot charges.
Is still at largo. Hnta Is to all nppcar
ances an, evanescent being and hafl
awildcd tho authorities "HitcK-ssf ally
since hu'wns first Indicted for riot. Alt
threo nro nfllcciH of tho Walpahu
branch ot tho Higher Wago Associa
tion. While eating nt tho Hlgoya ifotcl
Sunday, Tsunodu, a Japanese con
tractor from Walpahu nnd two of his
friends wero attacked by a hundred
strikers' and hustled Into a cab) Thuy
were takon to a Japanese hotel and
tho Hired mentioned set themselves up
as judges, formed a "Council ot
Illood" nnd commenced to Intimidate
Tsunoda, who had como to town to
look for moro workmen. They brand
ed him as tho worst villain 111 the Is
land. Hu was rescued liy the pollco beforo
tho proceeding!! could como to a hend
and afterward stated that" ho believed
hlmrclf lu danger of assassination.
Attorney I.lghtfoot buzzed around
the pollco station after Fushlno hail
been arrested and demanded to bo id
lowed to seo him on mnlterH pertaining
to tho riot trial nnd his Inslstunco wns
Iho cause of tho arrest of Kawaknml,
who had slipped out when tho room
was first raided.
I.lghlfool rcsoited to n tilck In order
to see thu men, gctllugnu order from
Judgo Robinson to sou them on busi
ness connected with tho tilal. Tho
Jail aiithortllcR, believing thnt Judgo
Robinson did not know tho changed
state of affairs, called him up and In
foimed lilni, and ho promptly reversed
TRIES TO BLOW,, '
FACE OFF MAN
A foolish rovenge that was entirely
useless but which is liable to bring
him Into serious trouble, was Indulged
in last night hy Chniiklchi Nnkniil,
Nnknnl has been having trouble with
his wlto nnd tho woman, pending a ill
vorco'eult ngnlnst her husband, has
been' living' with' her brother, T. Fugl
on Paunhl street. UM night, stimulat
ed by Iho smell of powder and patriot
ism that pervaded tho nlr, tho husband
loaded n revolver with flvo blank cart
ridges und wont to tho houso of his.
brothe'r-lnlnw. When In nnswor to"
his knock, Fugl opened the-door, Nn
knnl flrod nil flvo cartridges Into his
face, burning him sovercly but not
Chief Dotectlvo I.eal was put on tho
caso this mornliig nnd Nakanl wns lo
cated nnd nrresteil during tho fore
Secretary Mott-Smlth has iccelvnd
1 1 0111 F. D, I.cppel. Secretary of Co
lumbia College, a handsomo Illustrat
ed painphlot In' Chinese. wlthlaeneral
Information nhout the Sehool or
Mines, niiRlneorliiB and Chemistry,
and requesting that tho Chinese bo
given uu opportunity to write and
becmc the book.
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