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Tcnncssco, Alabama mid MUUslppl,
mr-n cmnerinence of Iho attempt nt
Bmnptnary-ICKlslatlon throiiKh a Pro
hibition that docs 'not prohibit, one
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fop n frlchtfiil and wnrnliiK oxample.
At leant. It would ecm tho part of
wisdom for Kentucky to wuft and bco.
an Irrdcomablo pjper currency. He-
cause tho Courier-Journal stood by tho
public credit and sound fiscal econom
ics. It was btlKinatlzed as In tho pay
of the hated and bloated bondholders:
Finally, nil thu accretions of passion
and error, nbnndonlnir tho lino and
issue, of thrift reform on which Mr.
Clovcland find (ounht n single, losing
yi battle, were assembled upon tho plains
of lreo SHvor. Truo to its beliefs,
tho Courlur-JouruUl urped othirwlso.
But It pleaded ln valpj It, was herald
ed faroirwiilq,aa a, tool of thd (lold
bugs. l1(1oii t ,
in each inhUutcoj from lSCS to 1S0C,
tho event vlndloated its forecast. Out
of the frtnzlediliBsjdons which rallied
i about Free' iillir' caniu to Kentucky
a kind of isixuhlip Insanity very nearly
reaching a singe of civil war. and In
tho Democratic pai( nt largo n schism
and collapse from which it has not
et recovered, in truth, whereer
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This morning tho Supreme Court
held a session at which time tho case
of Kmmeluth and Company Ltd., ct-
sus Au In Kwal ct al was argued
and submitted to tho court. After
hearing this argument the court ad'
Journed until Juno 13, Judge Cooper
sitting with Associalo Justices Perry
and Do Holt In tho absence of Chief
for mo june session rour cases
hnvo been placed on tho calendnr,
Herbert versus William Henry ct als,
appeal from Judge, first circuit; Ter
ritory of Hawaii versus James Ii. Holt,
exceptions irom circuit court, nrst cir
cuit; Mnry A. Klrhards vorsus Carl
On Tai ct al, appeal from circuit
Judo, first circuit; and In (he matter
of tho proceedings of tho Ornnd Jury
for the rirst Judicial Circuit ot tho
Territory" of Hawaii for tho January
1910 term, error to circuit Judgo, first
ASKS ANOTHER JUDGE
C. II. Allton through his attorney
has asked that tho case- against him
for-tho alleged larceny of certain pro
perty ot University Club bo transferr
ed from Judgo Cooper'B court to that
of, Judgo ItoblnBon.
Tho defendant gives us his reasons
for this request that Judge Cooper Is
a member of tho eub and henco an
Interested party to tho Bult
On tho samo grounds Allton has
asked that the conviction of himself
by Judgo Andrado In the district court
bo quashed, as that Judgo Is a mem
ber of tho University Club.
CARD OF THANKS.
' I wish to extond my sincere
thnnks to the many friends who
tuicM iur iiiu uiirini. iiiu luovillliu-
MISS EMMA SASAKI.
At noon today tho trim Japnncso lln'
cr Nippon, Maru steamed away from
tho Alakea wharf to rcsumo the voy
Ago to San Francisco. Tho departuro
of tho Toyo Klseu Kalsha steamship
brought a goodly delegation at lha
vharf to present floral tokens of faro
well. Tho Nippon Maru Is carrying scvorol
vcople of nolo to the mainland. Tho
esscl arrived hero late last evening
with practically all her cabin, passen
ger accommodation occupied.
Important among tho .through pas
sengers wcro Harold McQralh, author
of "Tho Man on tho Uox'." and other
later day fiction. McQrath Is dosing
an extended tour ot the Orient. Abra
ham Ilummcfl, who nchloed consider-
ablo notoriety In tho Nnn Patterson
case, is returning to tho States after
a tour ot the world.
Sovcn cabin passengers left tho i es
se! at this port. In tho steerage for
Honolulu wcro 121 Russians, 80 Fili
pinos, 30 Japanese, 2 Chlneso and 1
Cental Ed.' Roberts, purser of tho
vessel, reports a flno trip across tho
Pacific, whllo here, tho Nippon Maru
left about three hundred tons of gen
IM, Drawn was an Interested
spectator, at tlie Andrado perform
ance at police court this morning.
It nppearu that llrown was charged
with having used rather htrenuoui
methods In displaying his, brotherly
affection towardB his sister.
Drown was landed In the toils
under n plain, unvarnished assaun
and battery charge. He pleadod
guilty and escaped by .paying the
costs of tho case.
IJUINN WILL FACE
TRIAL ON MONDAY
ASCII1 In Honolulu, Juno 4, 1910,
to Mr. and Mrs. y, J, As h, n son.
After hearing tho testimony In llio
case of Moepono, charged with uslns
threatening language, tho deferidant
was discharged by Judgo Atidrado at
pollco court this morning.
A maddened horse, dragging a wagon
behind, bolted along tho Walalao oad
last night about nlno o'clock, The
Chlneso driver clung to tho seat and
added to the wlldncss ot tho runaway
by yelling to tho horso to "whdj,,''
I Torn Quint, n':t:nl nulnmotilln
owner and chaufloiir, who was
placed under nrrest upon a charge
ot heedless driving, will face Judgo
Andrnde at the pollco court an Mon
Qulnn has retained Attorney
Llghtfoot to look nrtur his legol In
terests.. Qulnn may rcsarvo a plea
In the lower court, and tho case will
then be carried up to the higher
tribunal for hearing.
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