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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, MONDAY. DKOKMBER 1U, 1901.
Vol. XI. No. 2020.
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ON TOP OF
W.harfage Dues at Hilo
Only Fair Ground
COMPLAINT COMES FROM
Hackfelds Requested Permission to
Build a Wharf and Make no
Objection to Payment of
FOUND ON ISLANDS OF
HAWAII AND MAUI
Return of Commissioner Boyd With
Report Forests and Water
on Maui Very Bad
Tbo Snpcrlntcnilcnl of Public. Work
was aeked what there was In the com
nlalnt mado editorially In the Wirt
Trlbuno about wharfage collodions at
Ullo. Mr. IJoyd called for the iapr
and read tho article for the tlrst time,
it' lust thin way." ho bcKnu to
comment; "on the Walakea river wa
terfront II. Hackfcld & Co., T. II. Da
vies & Co., and the Matson line p'-oplu
have landings. Tho ground U claimed
by this Department as government
prorJerty. H. Hackfcld & Co. were glv
n tho privilege to build a wharf, and
aro paying wbartugo duos at their own
"If 1 allowed any encroachment on
tho government property, there would
bo a bigger howl. Ten cents a ton on
merchandise- la a mete trllle for th
orlvllCKe of ubIiik the government hind,
II. Hackfcld & Co. hnvo raised uo ob
jection to paying the small charge a
rental for tho government ground they
"No, the other parlies mil noi ass
permission to erect wharfs. The pub
lic does not use their Iandlngr, though
they aro government wharf to all In
tents and purposes. Permission was
asked by the llllo Ilallroad Company
to build a wharf on this Wulnkea rhel
"What have the regular and Income
taxes to do with wharfage dues at Hllo
any more than In Honolulu; There
will be a day when tho government will
bo" In a position to take all thoso
wharfs over. Then 1 suppose thert
will be another howl."
Mr. Boyd explained how tho Terri
torial government owned the water
front for a certain distance out Into
deep water, beyond which tho Jurisdic
tion of tho United Htates began, and
said In conclusion:
"What could I fay to a committee of
the Legislature which asked me what
revenue tho government was deriving
.from thoso portions of the Hllo water
front used by prlvato concerns for
their own business. If I hail not ordered
the collection of wharfage dues there?"
No business for publication was
transacted at the Governor's council
this morning, tho tlmo being gl-en up
to Kd. S. Iloyd, Commlsstoicr of
Lands, Mr reporting on his trip to Ha
waii and Maul. t
Mr, noyd said after th'o mooting ho
went through the Komi districts on
Hawaii, Inspecting sovcral of tho pub
lic lands. As a result ho returned to
recommend the opening up if on
thousand acres In South Kona for
homestead settlement, together with
the lands of Ooma, Kahamnlkl, etc.,
In North Koni. These art niOBtly
On the Island of Maul tho Commls
(doner made nn Inspection of forest
and looked into tho water proposition
He is In fnor of leasing water privl
leges to the best advantage for thode
velopmcnt of the country, which would
mean Increased valuation of property
for taxation. Forest rccrvntlons will
also bo made If Mr. Iloyd's tounael Is
taken. Iinds nt Keanao on tho wind
ward side, comprising flvo hundred
ncrcs, will be recommended for homc-
Mr. Iloyd found tho roads on Maul
in a di'plnrablo stato, particularly In
KahlWImil, Koolau and Klpahulu.
IS 11 illY
Assault on First Mate
of Ship Roanoke on
JUDGE HUMPHREYS HEARS
MATTERS AT CHAMBERS
A PARTY OF ELEYEN
SPENT SATURDAY NIQHT
Darkness Overtook Mountain Climbers
and Descent Was Deemed
Piece of Law to Jury -Assault May
Not -Be Committed to Secure
the Possession of
McBryde Mill and Excel
lent Outlook for
TWO MEN IN BOAT
There was blood In tho eyo of a half
Cbluese newspaper boy on Hotel
street near Fori, Sunday morning, as
)iu rushed, at a Portuguesu rival with
a pocketknlfe grasped (Irmly In his
right hand. Tho latter did not show
uny signus of fear, but stood awaiting
his chance to spring. Friends of tho
rivals bad separated into two gangs
and were watching for tho outcome.
Just then, two men came along Id a
buggy. One jumped out and, grasping
tho youthful highbinders, ono in each
baud, told one to go 'way back In ono
direction and sit down and pointed In
I ho oppoBlto direction to tho other.
The boys wouldn't lmvo It. Tho Portu
guese boy insisted that ho had A right
to thrash tho other fellow becauso ho
bad drawn a Knife, while tho latter
Mill ho meant to kill tbo "Portagoe."
It was In tho midst of tho argument
(hat Nick Peterson, tho hnckmau. hap
pened to appear on (ho scene. Sizing
up the situation, ho cried out: "You
got out of horo, you two young ras
cals, or I'll hang you up in tho air
until your feet crack and your hair Is
j mass of tangles. Wlillo tho boys had
failed to adopt tho suggestions of tho
first man who tried to make them
clear nut, thoy now took to their heels
and pcampered off. Thoy liked neither
tho looks nor the voice- of Nick, tho
Two Japanese, mctnbow of tho club
that has its headquarters near -tho
homo of John Ena, on tho lower Wal
Iitkl road, bad an oxperleuco lato yes
terday nUernoon that will probably
I.cop them away fioui tho water for
sumr tlmo tti romc.
Wishing to tak a rido along thu
beach, they pushed a boat Into tho
water and got in. Ono 01 the men
know nothing nbout rowing but the
other ono did. With tho assistance
of a favorable wlud, tho boat went
along In lino style.
Very soon, the Japanese decided to
return to tho club, and so put about.
Tho story was u different ono .alto
gether. It wns Impossible to maxo
headway and tho big waves, dashing
fcrwnrd. piled boat and occupants on
tho boach each time it was sought to
make a sally.
Finally tho man who couldn't row
stood m In tho boat as It was shaved
out' again, cndcnvorlng to make a sail
out of hlmccir. Tho wind recognized
the disguise nnd again tho boat and
Its occupants bumped a bit on tho
sand, tho man who lieu stood up now
being reduced (o a lying posturo with
a Armament of stars darting back and
forth before his eyes.
It was getting dark and (.cargo
Kluegel nnd Dr. A. C. Wall, fearing
that some current might rarry tho
now weakened Japanese club men to
sea, they went forth from the Ixjwers
heme, pushed forward n boat Into the
surging billows and Boon had thq Jap
anese In tow. They landed them In
front of thu club and then blushlngly
refused all proffers of liquid refresh
ments which tho Japnncso felt they
unu ineir rescuers were ripe ior.
In charging the Jury lu the case of
Pavldgo, Juen and Schnack, tho fol
lowing among other things waB said
by Judgo Humphries. It may bo a
useful Instruction for many people:
"Tho law does not allow any man to
break the pence und forcibly redress
his own wrongs. When In tho lawfnl
possession of real estate, ho may make
use of force to defend It; but being out
of possession he has no right to regain
possession by breach Of tho peace, and
If ho so endeavors to regain possession
by force such person commits an as
sault and battery, and Bhnuld be found
guilty of such offenso."
John Gouvea was granted a divorce
ngalnst wife IiOrlnde.
Judgo Humphreys heard several
cases at chambers this morning.
Accounts of K. P. Illshop, trustee of
estate of J. O. Haysclden, were re for red
to F. J, Rutsoll for master's report.
In the partition cose of Kalula vs.
I.rc the father of tho minors, Kugcnu
11. 1-ee, was appointed their guardian
Tbo commissioner In Scbllef vs.
Clark was ordered to collect the rents
nnd pay thorn Into court pendlug tbo
final determination of tho matter,
Kinney, llallpu & McClunohan, have
fleil exceptions for defendant Keaka
In the case of Kuanalewa ct al. vs. Kl-
pi et al. to tho granting by Judgo
Humphreys of the motion of Magoon
and Dillon for plaintiffs, for substitu
tion of John II Estato for Kaunatewa
and bcr husband, whoso deaths were
suggested, and the substitution of
Kaapulkl as dofendant In place of Ktpl,
n. M. Ilamat, Indicted by tho Fed
eral Grand Jury for assaulting first offi
cer Moxon of the ship Itoanoko upon
the high seas, was tried by tho follow
ing Jury and found guilty this morn
ing: K. II. Porter, Chas. Notley, Jr.,
John Callahan, Chis. K. Murray, T. W.
llobron, W. J. Illckey, II. Klemme, II.
C. Morton, John D. Holt, Hubert Duu
can, W, W. Chamberlain, A. I). Scrag
gy. Judgo Estce deferred sentence till
tomorrow morning. Acting District
Attorney Dunno prosecuted and W. 8.
Fleming defendod tho pilsoner.
QILL HAS RESIGNED
BUCKLAND IN CHARGE
Gill Will Enter Practise of Law-
New Man Has Wide Experience
in Newspaper - and Poli
CROP MUCH LARGER THAN
' IT WAS FIRST THOUGHT
Kealia Races Will Ee Drawing Card
People From Honolulu
Expected Other Hews
The Ilullctln received by tho W. O
Hall Sunday, the following about Mc-
A night on Lanlhull, tho high pcati
to thu left of tho Pall, was the com
pulsory resting place of a party of
eleven grown up persons and children
Saturday night a party that started
out from the Schacfcr home at 8 o'clock
In the morning for a tramp up the val
lev In the teeth of u. brisk but Invig
orating wind. It wns the Intention to
go to tho Poll, climb a short way up
tbo steep mountain stile, and then re
turn home In tlmo fur dinner. The
party went farther than It was Intend
ed, tbo shades of night began to creep
about rapidly nnd It was soon seen
that any attempt nt uuklug the descent
from Linlhuli might result In serious
Occidents. A consultation was held and
It wui decided to remain on the moun-
tnlit'ior tho night The members cleared Is running something llko two
the party wsro as follows: Judge I.ylu
A. Dickey, Miss .Cameron. tna Ailams,
Anna Tucker, i.mua rjcaaeicr, kisiu
Schaofer, ltcbecca Thompson, Klrby
Tucker, Percy Orlswold, (lustav
Schacfcr and Hubert Thompson.
The members of the party had only
bo G',4 tons whereas 7 1-3 tons am as
Burcd. The crop for 1S99-1900 was 1S00
tons and that for 1P01, of which th
tall cud Id now being ground, Id (0O
Inm. The extraction of tho new mill
taken a blto of luncheon which they ate J e very nigh, being from 89 (o 91 per
at about 1 o clock, wnne matting tn :,. t The null Is (ho most economical
nscent of tanlhull. Tbe scraps were1 nn tho Islands. The best part of eveiy
tlirowu away, as mo party expected
all manner of. good things to cat on
With tho Sunday lutie of die Repub
lican Edwin H. dill relinquished the
editorship to tnko up (ho practice of
law. The editorial management will
henceforth be tinder (he direction of
Charles II. Iluckland.
Mr. Iluckland Is well known (o
ninny of tho old residents here, ho hav
ing done his tlrst newspaper work ns
editor of tbo Ilullctln and later of tho
Advertiser. Ho left Honolulu to en
gage In newspaper work In Sun Fran
cisco ami later accepted the posldon
of prlvale rei-ietary (o John I). Spr-ck-
..1- T ICA'I li a (,aIaiI tliA intdlllnn rt
ryde plantation and other matters o ' y ,,,
KiiiuI: "The Mc . ydo mil Is grind- Con,rnnJ. ,e ,WOnd largest
It.. The new mill Is working In Au "Massachusetts,
shape. Tho cane on tho lie is now being, ' N y fc ,
as editor for tho American protective
i r..l t A.n..an ..h.I Ih tlilii kitiiitnltt iirl
It was thought that the yield would '--- "7 "Vo' aMena 1 earn-
.' . v
patgn or im;
their return frani the mountain fast'
liesses. A half canteen of water wat
nil that remained and the wind was
mill In tho Islands has been Incorpural
cd In the one now operating at M-
When tho New York Commercial
wns started Mr. Iluckland was selected
as assistant managing editor and wns
Inter promoted tn tho managing edl
tnrshlp. Ho left the Commercial to
tnko ehatgo of tbo Republican literary
bureau In Washington and during the
campaign of 1900 wns localed nt the
nndnnal headquarters In Chicago un
At Muk'M t adjoining the
large grounds Gerrit P. Wilder '
For comfort, convenience and
slghtltnesj two toilet roomy
in the house
An Inspection of this new
house, barn, lot and surround
ings will convince you that It
Is among the bet "buys" In
HE HEW H HMY
MAN IN I W WHY
Hry.lo nnil Air. aniimaii deserves Bra.. , d(vr CollKr(,man ,,., Aftor tll(! cIoaP
ereilll ror-nis success uiung " uu" ,i. .,i m- iii,i,,.i nt.i
It will bo remembered that It was built .,,,.. ,'.., ,, ,',,,' . ., ,i. u.,..
beginning to reach the marrow of thu, primarily for the ciushlng of tho tougi.. , M , hc 0 ,0
mountain climbers. Tho prospect was rilball cnnP. , I u. Ho Is n newspaperman of wldo
-i wish hi sny sumrum k iii expcilcnco nnd proved ability,
system of reservolis which I consId"i f i m
to bo unparalleled, me pumps iiwii
down on November I aud will prob
alily not no useu again uimi juun.
thereby saving nt least 200 a day on
not a very pleasant ono,
Itiforo deciding on I.anlliull ns a
resting place for the nlftktFcrcy Oils
wold volunteered to make an attempt
to get down tho other side to see. If
I possible, the party could reach Clar-
iiace aoove ma oiecirn
light works. He returned with word
that -H Wuld be Inrposilbls to get
down. Then It was that the parly de
cided (o make (ho bent of a bad matter
and so, finding a place secluded from
ine lining wiuus, incy sat. uown, spun
tarns, sang songs and whistled. Peo
ple going over the .Pull heard theso
eery sounds from aloft ami hurried on,
thinking that the warriors of the fa
mous King of Oaliu wbo Jumped ovor
thu Pall with his warrlora-had become
tfrod of their war songs and learned a
number of modern airs.
There was not much sleep tor tbo
members of tho party. Tho wind
screeched, the trees creaked, tho.
pumps have donn
tide over fire Um
01 WE ffi
- - (Ml MOTION
course,-' that the
enough work to
"The races at Kealia on New Year's
Day will bo something great. Thoro
aro at least twelve horses In tho Kcs'
lla stables (hat will be seen on the
truck on thnt day. There are an equal
niimoer. or oven more. iron. .... , , , conlmoUoM u , waK
nnrts of the Island. Last Call and ..... , ..,., .., u.. ....,
What was thought to havu been a
(errlblo tragedy happened near (ho
Ouhu Collego grounds on Unturduy
t-enlng laht, As It was, it turned out
to nato ufiii a practuai joku, nut as
Albert are among tho running horses
Intended for tho races. Knual people
aro very rctlcen(, nnd It Is cllfllcult to
learn tho names of (no horses, u is
found whistling and singing no longer
sufficient to keep up courage and so
relapsed Into moody silence. After
hours each one of whlcn seemed days,
day began (o break.
In the meantlmo, tbo parents and
culiceriii'd. It could not havo caused
moro excitement had It really been a
Car -'J of (ho Rapid Transit line was
pbEklng (ho colU-go grounds when HUd-
rs. Noonan and Ansa Wlddlfleld aro ... .. . i,i. ,,,, ,.. .,"
Th. iri,. i u -..!,. ii ' ""in ui sou nnui iih inu iruuuie. unci
.h.n Th. u-,.n,. i,r,i la i. ,inin.. ' ("o udy lying under (bo ear. Ho
well.' Rufus Spauldlng is working I !,",."V.di",?,J'. f!tL,",.0!1.P.'?, '".'If? ,.?,w.cr.
hurd with (he boys and ho Is In hopes
He Wants To Know
Why He Should
MAKES POSITIVE ASSERTION
ON MUCH ARGUED TOPIC
Will Hold Onto tbe Executive Office
of tbe Territory Pmmably
Till His Commission Has
Illy Volcnnii Marshall.)
In (ho unto room of thu (lovcrnor's
nllUo I met Attorney General K. P.
I low !' you do?" ho asked plcai-
Splendidly." I answered. "My mis
sion is to sc-"1 I ho Ouvenior."
"I don't know ns you can." replied
the nephew of (be Governor. "I am
uniting to tnko him to dinner. Wo
lmvo several IKlIn private inattcrn (o
"This Is n subject of soma public
onseqiience," was my rejoinder, "I
mist see tho (lovernor,"
As I said this, Ht-rr Ilorger camo
)Ub of tho (lowrnor's ofllco, happily
A'blstllng a tune.
Ilaiilly had llergcr made his egross
linn (ho (lovernor appeared,
"Goeriior," snld . placing my
tmnd on his shoulder, "I havo'bocn
it signed what lo you jiay seem an
Impertinent task. I have been sent
by Tho Ilullctln to enquire If you havo
resigned. Thcro nro many stories In
circulation nbout town (hat you have
tctlgned as Governor of Hawaii. Theso
Glories am nlso provaletit on the
Mainland. What nbout (hem?"
"I liuvo not re-signed." (Irmly and
determinedly answered thu (Tovcmor.
"()o you Intend to resign? I asked.
"No," was the answer. "Why should
Dcforc I could Impress upon him the
benefits which would accrue from his
rctlgnatlon, the Oovernor retired to
the Inner chamber grnclousty closing
I-rom (lovernor Dole's manner. I
niu convinced (hat Cooper Is neither
Governor do fr(o or do Jura. Ills oc
cuputlon is running a s(cara launch at
Pearl Harbor, nn undiscovered coun
a big luau nnd all kinds of a good tlmo. ?VL Z'lVXoX sou
Mra ivnnnnn otiii iiiisn winiiinnui nrn i .. . : . . .--
strange bugs liuzsed but tho girls re- Ulready hero. They aro spending tho J1""' ""' '"ont ''-c'f m,I
trained from screaming. Tired, cold, tlmo at (ho Spauldlng Homo and will j "" u ,,J',;' . "!l a,h, or,"
hungry an,, I th.mty. tlJj party soon ronmln over for t.., , rc.;f. , J H'Voohat w'Ab Uo,
(hey will bo In shape to play for thu
"Tho recent dance at tho McRrydo
friends of the young people were also mill wns a great success. It was glv
Now It Is the Cardlnalls Virglnlanus,
or, rctluced to understandable Ian
guago, tbo cardinal bird or grosbeak of
ino Hoiitnurn mates. Twenty of theso
beaiitllul birds arrived lu (ho Sierra,
liming been sent out to Hben P Low,
tho mnnager o( (bo ranch at Puuwnn-
I'lio birds wore recommended (o Mr.
Low ns being very energetic bug-hunters
and absolutely harmless so lar as
crops or plants of any kind aro con
cerned. Mr. l.ow Just needed sumo
kind of a bird to clean out too bugs In
tho forests nbout ls place, so ho sunt
lor (ho grosbeaks, 'two died on (ho
trip down but tho others aru now
thriving in a cngo out nt tho home of
Mrs. J. N, Robinson, on Hcretanla
street. They woro very wild when
first roeelwcl, but aro now becoming
tamer. In a llttlo while (hey will be
iiiKt-n to nawuit unit mere liberated
In tho forests about Mr. Low'b placo.
The grosbeaks are a llttlo smaller
than tr.o niynuh bird and their plum-
They aro un Amori-
experiencing a slecplcsa night. Search
Ing parties were cent out In all direc
tions. Two parties sent out from Kn
mehameha Saturday night Ono of
these returned at 11,10 o'clock Sunday
mornlng and another later In the day.
It was between .10 and II o'clock thai
David Kancwanul, Walter. Jarrett
Clarence Cooke, W. II. Coolldge, C.
Ilolte and J. V. Thompson, of Kameha
en by tho plantation people nnd (hero
were pioplo from all ovor Kauai pres
ent. "Mr. Ilrush, (he bridge-man of oCt.
ton Itrnfhf-rH. nnil Mlaii Nfnff nt thn
'Llhlio Hospital aro engaged to be mar
ried. Tbo ceremony will lain placo
In a few days.
"C. II. W. Norton hns been at Mr
Urydo plantation looking Into the
proposition there. He Is us' enthusias
tic ns ever over llio possibilities of
On Tuesday last, a hackman of the
city bad occasion to meet with an ex
perience that made his throat arhn for
the spare of a few seconds. Ho was en
gaged by Samuel "Parker -Jr. to take
him to thn Klunu. Mr. Parker stopped
at tho Mngoon building and told tho
hackman to go to tbe steamer, deposit
bis valises nnd (hen return for him.
Upon his arrival at tbe wharf, he
was accosted by a small native boy, one
of the typical wharf rats wbo hustle
baggage and do other llttlo Jobs for a ago Is beautiful.
living. Tho hackman engnged him I can bird and so tbelr. importation can
to take Mr. Parker's baggago to his rot be questioned. The male bird has
stateroom. The boy took two of the " noto ' Hound very much as If it
nieces and then motlonlns to a very1 n.'ls,lt roni from a "''' ,ts work ln
sickly looklug Porto Mean of some ,,ln a great ()(,n 0, Inte.8t If tno
iwemy-tiircu ycurs, guva uuu tuu iiiuu
and lightest piece.
The hackman asked the boy why ho
did not tako all three pieces. He was
largo enough to do It. Thn little
fellow looked at him and then whisper
ed: "That poor man no got eat all
day. I give him one piece and pay him
flvo rents so be can havo something
lo cat" The hackman had Intended ,at ilQiokait ias not t,een heard from,
giving die boy fifteen centa but ho .although tho very silence which would
bird proves a benefit, more will be sent
tor and thcro will be a general dis
tribution all oer the islands.
NO PAIAI BCtiUONCK.
In relation (o tho bchooncr Walalua,
chartered (o carry Judgo halua's palal
changed his mind nnd handed him a
quarter of a tlollur.
seem lo some (o mean unnecessary de
lay along (ho way, Is, in (ho mind of
Dr. Piatt, proof conclusive that thu
palal lias bot-n secured and delivered.
This mattor camo up at thu lust
meeting of tho Hoard of Health, when
At nbout 8:15 o'clock lost night, car
No. 29 of the Rapid Transit Co.. rtn a icttor from Superintendent Reynolds
Into a tramcar on King street, a little wns road. This was dated last Tucs-
Ewa of Llllha. Nobody was hurt but day. Tho vessel had been seen oft tho
the tramcar had one Bldo stove ln and i settlement but thoro was no palal aud
looked most forlorn. Tho mntorman"' hai l,,cen necessary to Issuo a ra-
on thn RnDld Transit rnr tried tn ston ' tl011 ,,f llou A lotter wf"tcI Wodnos
on tno linpici transit car tried to stop , received by thu Klnau Badir-
mil inero is a uown nui gruuo juse ai Iay , ,, Mr noynoUH BtalC(1 that
NEW EWA MIlt'iNKi
The new mill of the Kwn Plantation
Co. started up Thursday morning to
grind tho new crop.
Smiill Blaaa Humtny.
There was a small blaro In a Chlneso
shop on River street, between Hotel
and Pauahl streets, at about 4:30
o'clock Sunday morning. It was dis
covered by Guard Dick Kckona who
was returning home aftor having stood
hU watch at Oabu Jail. Kckona called
out In a loud voice and succeeded In
waking a number of Japancao. nuckcts
of water were secured and (ho flamci
were soon extinguished.
mcha succeeded lu getting up within .Unt vnlimhln otia.
reach of tho party. Klrby Tucker was -Mr. Itertram la vlsldng Mr. Wot
the first ono rescued and then came tcrs of Hanamaulu.
Percy Grlswulu, Linda Schacfcr and "Tho new wharf at Hanamnulu Is
Rebecca Thomnnon. all of whom wero. about completed.
passed along down the steep side, from ' . "M- v 'Tosser has found It hard
rescuer to rescuer, until a place of o wo.k a,a aftor hU
safety was reachca. The other mem- . , .
bcrs of the party wero further up tno)
mountain, bu( (hey too were soon In a
placo of safety,
Tho eleven mountain climbers worn
sights to behold ami tbey were so over
come by fatigue that they did not have
couiago enough to object 'to a number
of snap shots being taken. Thoy were
taken homo and each member of tho.
imny nun uirtiii-r lurrnwurn i.iuu.iuii prince Cupid Kulanlaiiaolo has re-
Unlets a COIiple Of balls of StOUt twine polved n letter frnm llnlliw I.nuF.
nro carried ulong. I Auckland. N. 7... regarding tho yacht
I that firm has built for him. The letter
"I see that tho New Zealand boat Is
still a crack but I hope that you will
linve tho plonsuro of lowering Its col
ore. Wo havo your boat almost finish
ed nnd sho looks like a flyer. There
Ib a raco here ono week from date In
which we will give her a trial and
trust to have (ho satisfaction of a vic
tory. It is a handicap race for 14
rating and under. We go nbout
rating and havo boats much larger to
comprto against Tho best Is a boat ,
pullt by us 23 feet long nnd Is faster,)
so you sen wo huvo a big task before
"Wo tried to rnco with boats 22 feet
over all, but tho committee reckoned
wo Bliould mro with tho laiger boats.
Wo entered your yacht ns tho 'Prln-I
cess,' which wo truit will meet with
j The "PrlnccsV will arrive hero In
tho Ventura with It Is hoped n record
of victory. Her Initial race above men
tioned was lo bo In (ho Ponmnbv re-
gnlla on December I, seven boats bolng
cntircd In lhat raco.
house and Manager llnllcntyne, with a
wrecking car and crew, soon mndu
their appearance at dirt scene of the
supposed latallty. Juck-bcrcws wero
emplocd ami tho car raised from tho
tturk. While this work was going on
a large crowd collected nnd many won
uerc-il If tho mun was dead. When (b
car was raised a little, someone, In the
ciowd thought that groans were to bo
beard, and Boveral ladles nearly
fainted. Finally (he car waH raised
apd It was then dlscovorcd 'that th
supposed dead man was a stufled man
which bad been made by some of tl"
wicked boys of tbe Collcgo and place'
on (he (rneU
Manager llatlentyno, tho motorman
and conductor were of llio opinion that
tho Immediate locality would linvo
be en most unhealthy for auy of tlm
perpetrators of tho Joko bad thoy been
louiid. The matter hns been reported
to tho pollco and tho president of the
college nnd nn inrqsllgallon Is fTow
Tbo four boys who stuffed the dum
my and laid It near tho track havo
been discovered, and It Is not probnblo
tint they will ngaln Indulge In a (rlci
of (bo kind, for (hey havo been (hor
ouRbly frlgblcncd. Tho Bluffing" of
(bo, dummy was obtained from tbo
gMiinaslum. of which (bo young men
aro members. .
Ten Chinamen were arrested In K.
Knako Saturday night on the charge
ol gnmbllng. They appeared In (ho
Police Court this forenoon with Attor
ney Hitting appearing for tho dafcnio.
Tho prosecution had captured money
and diujilnocs on tho table but unfor
tunately, thoro wero no Informers In
tho gang. Tho rases of two of tbo
men worn nollo prosd. and they wero
put on tho stand as witnesses: They,
pioved most hostile. Thcv saw no
plajlng whatever. It had been their
Intention to piny but op nn examina
tion of (bo set of dominoes being made,
It wns found that somo plercR wero
missing. This made It Imnossihlo to
ulnv. Under (bo rlrcumstnnces, (here
v.ns nothing further for thn prosecu
tion to do but to nsk for nollo nrosc
quts In 'the rases of thu remaining
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