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THE LAST RESORT.
A QUESTION 09 AN AGENT’S AU
THORITY IN CONTRACTS.
What the Supreme Court has to
Say on Damages Incurred on
Aunulled Contracts.
[Notice—All decisions of the supreme
court. will appear in THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY TRIBUNEJ
W. F. Watson, respondent, vs. Gray’s
Harbor Brick 00., appellant. No. 194.
This action was brought on an alleged
violation of a written contract made by the
plaintiff and one Hamshaw, whom plain
tiff claims to be a general agent of defend
ant, and as such manager had the author
ity to bind the defendant . by his contract.
The contract was signed the “Gray's Har
bor Brick 00., by 13‘. T. Hamshaw, man
ager.” The respondent moved the
court to dismiss the said appeal
and affirm the judgment rendered
in :the court below, for the reason that
there is no assignment of errors. The ap
pellant, however, specified the errors in its
motion for a new trial, and cites them in
its brief, though not in a very formal way.
This appeal was taken before the law of
1891 went into effect, and under the provis
ions of the law then in force we think is
sufficient, and the motion to dismiss will
be denied. Under the contract the plain
tiff agreed to sink a well for defendant, for
which service defendant agreed to pay a
stipulated price per foot. Plaintiff alleges
that in view of the fulfilling of his contract
he shipped his plant from Walla Walla to
Hoquiam at great expense, to wit: $225,
and was ready and willing to perform his
part of the contract, but was prevented by
defendant from entering upon the
work under the contract} and by
reason of the refusal of the defendant to
carry out the work he is damaged in the
said sum of $225, expense of moving his
machinery; in the sum of S3OO, in the loss
of the profits that would accrue to him
from the performance of the contract; and
$75. loss of time in making preparation to
do said work. The defendant denied that it
entered into the contract with plaintiff at
all, and contended on the trial that Ham
shaw was not its agent, and had no author
ity to contract for it.
During the progress of the trial there
was some testimonv showing that plaintiff
was engaged in digging wells for other
parties durin‘r the time that he would have
been engager ’ in working for defendant
under the contract, if the terms of the con
tract had been carried out. After the ad
mission of this testimony the court
made the following statement: “ Upon
an examination of the contract during
the adjournment we have come to the con
clusion that this contract is not revocable
at the will of the defendant; that under its
provisions there is an express agreement
that he shall sink at least one well to the
depth not to exceed 54 )feet. The allega
tions of the complaint being that the con
tract was abrogated by the defendants be
fore he had commenced any operations on
the sinking of the well, it won (1 constitute
a breach of the contract, if proven. The
measure of damage in that instance is the
amount of the expense necessarily incurred
by the plaintiff in preparing for the work,
and a reasonable allowance for his time in
so doing not exceediiigthe amount claimed
in his complaint.”
Whereupon the plaintiff moved to strike
out all that part of the testimony of Mr.
Watson which did not relate to the expense
incurred by him in bringing his machiu;
cry and expert workmen from Walla
Walla to Gi‘av’s Harbor, and other expenses
incurred by him at Gray’s Harbor, includ
ing his own time and personal expenses in
preparing to perform the contract. This
was an exclusion of the testiomy, tending
to Show that the plaintiff received Continu
ously a lucrative employment out of which
he realized profit on his arrival at the
place where this contract was to be per
fbrmed; which motion was sustained by
the court, and objected to by the defend
ant.
Afterward the court [instructed the jury
as follows:
“Instruction 8. If you believe then that
the company was bound by the contract in
the manner as stated in the foregoing in-,
structions, and that the plaintiff made pre
paration to do~the work, and was then pro
ibited from doingit by the company, they
would be liable to him for his expenses and
reasonable compensation for his time lost,
not exceeding the amount claimed in his
complaint.” '
To which instruction the defendant ex
cepted.
.While the measure of damages seems
largely to have been the bone of contention
at the .trial, no authorities are cited by
either appellant, or respondent, on that
question. We think there was no error
committed by the court in excluding the
testimony referred to above. We do not
question the general rule that plaintiff can
not recover for avoidable consequences.
This is a natural sequence of the principle
which confines the damage to direct and
immediate consequences. and can be Iplead
ed when the nature of the case wi per
iiiit; for it is not the policy of the law to
permit a man to aggravate his damages
by his own neglectful acts. As, for in
stance, it has been held that where a man’s
fence has been knocked down. and his
crops exposed to the ravages of cattle, that
it was his duty to repair t e fence as soon
as it came to his notice, and that he could
not recover damages that were incurred
after that time. This rule is made espe
cially applicable to actions by employee to
recover for (personal services where they
have been isinissed by their employers
without sufficient cause, and prevented
from cornpletina the seryices according to
the contract. ’fhey must seek other em
ployment, and the amount which they
earn in this way, or which they might
have earned had they made reasonable ex
ertions, will be allowed in reduction of the
damages given by their discharge. Sedg—
wick on damages, section 606.
There is a well defined distinction drawn
by all the authorities between contracts for
hire, or for personal services, and the con
tract to do a specific act. In the former
case, if the plaintiff gets employment at
the same wages, it is plain that he is not
damaged, and when he does not, his dam
ages are easily ascertained. In the latter
species of contract, where the employer re
fuses to accept of the services, or to have
the work contracted for performed, or pre
vents the employee from performing the
«same in any manner, the usual measure of
damages, where the contract relates to the
manufacture of an article, or the construc
tion of a building, or the performance of
some other specified act, is the difference
between the rice agreed to be paid, and
what it wouldl have cost the employees to
complete it, provided such cost would be
less than the contract price. Field on Law
of Damages, Section 339. ' _
- . [To be continueuJ
Thursday’s Translate.
[Reported by the Capital City Abstract
6:, Title Insurance Company, Chambers’
blockl:
JasE Connolly to Deborah Con
nolly, lots 5 and 6, block 61,
Swan’s addition, and other prop
ertys 1
Albert Waddell to W M Murray,
land adjoining Gladstone Heights
additi0n................,......... 100
Albert Weddell to W M Murray,
Gladstone Heights addition to
01ympia...........1.,.......... 17,700
ChasA Otis to J A White, lot 1,
block 5, rearrangement of High
-1andPark....................... 500
Ralph V Pearce et ux to Lydia
Sherman. lot 11, block 10, Mc-
Elroy and Williams’ First addi
tionto 5eatc0................... 500‘
F M Rhoades to, Blue. Willey, lot
8, block 10, Railroad addition to .
Tumwater'.,.................... 50
J O and E A Waddle to Albert
Waddell, lot 4. block 4, Ward’s
homestead plat and other lands. .. 6,700
J C Waddle at 11x to Albert Wad— »
dell, land adjoining Gladstone
Height 5............................ 100
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rs guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
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For sale by Acme drug store, Marr & Ross,
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All kinds of dry wood and bark for sale
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Office at Foster 6; Luberee‘s. Tel. 3.
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Propnsals Wanted.
SEALED proposals, in duplicate, will be re
ceived by the Board of Trustees of the
Western Washington Hospital for Insane until
January 3, 1892, at 9 o’clock, a. m., for furnish
inithe supplies hereinafter named, delivered
at eke View station, within twenty-five days
after award of contract. Bidders will specify
kind andvguality of goods bid on and when so
designate , saméiles will be required.
Bi s to be son to W. J. Fife, secretary board
of trustees. Western Washington Hospital for
Insane, Fort Stellacoom, Wash., and marked
“Sealed Proposals for Supplies.” ’
The trustees reserve the right to reject uni; or
all bids. GEO. D. SHANNO ,
A. B. STEWART,.
W. J. FIFE,
Trustees Hospital for Insane of Western Wssh
ln ton. ‘
Eort Steilacoom, Washington, Dec. 5, 1891.
' 100 iron beadsteads, 2 feet, six inches wide,
woven wire mattress, angle iron or wood mil,
wooden casters; 50 mattresses, wool, 2 feet 6
inches wide; 12 mattresses, wool. 3 feet 6 inches
wide; 6 bedroom sets, state kind; 100 yards emu
pct, 5 mele, 3 ply; 200 wlndow shades, 102 inches
x36lllehes; 5O settees, 8 feet long, hard wood
slats, iron feet and axms; 45 round tables, 4 feet,
fir or spruce; 6 hard-wood tables, 31/2xß feet; 150
bed room stands, state kind; 100 wood-bottom
chairs; 20 Boston rockers; 3 barber chairs; 300-
feet 1%, fire-hose, sample; 318-inch brass noz
zles, 1%; 132 rubbers for stairs, 3 feet x 9 inches;
24 rubber cuspidores. d7~2w
Columbia. River and Puget Sound Navi
gation Company’s
STEAMER FLYER.
Seattle-Tacoma Route.
TIME CARD
Commencing Sunday, Nov. 19, 1381.
LeaVe Arrive A
SEATTLE . .7:45 a. m. TACOMA. . . .....9:15 a. m.
TACOMA.. .....9:45 a. m. SEATTLE . .11:15 a. m.
SEATTLE .....11:30 a. m. TACOMA .....,.1:00 p. m.
TACOMA ......1:30 p. m. 5EATTLE.......3:00 p. m.
SEATTLE. . ....3:15 p. m. TAC0MA.......4:45 p. m.
TACOMA ......5:00 p. m. 5EATTLE.......6:30 p. m.
. LANDINGS.
Commercial Dock, near West Seattle Ferry,
Seattle.
N. P. R. R. Co’s wharf, Tacoma. ~
U. B. SCOTT, Pres.
SAVE $5.00 to SIO.OO. Arrangements have
now been completed between this company
and the B. B, & B. C. Ry. Co. whereby
passengers to and from Puget Sound ports
and points south will be sent via. our Mis
sion branch, which extends from Mission
Junction, on the Main line, to Hunting
don, on the boundary, and the B. B. & .
G. Ry., which extends thenee to New What
gom. Wash.
Daily service betwee‘n all upper Puget
Sound goints and New Whatcom.
Cana ian Pacific Railway’s Royal Mai
Steamship line—China and Japan.
E f India
Sails from Vancouvei’, Jan. 13.
For full particulars can on or write D. E.
Brown, Assistant General Passenger-Agent,
Vancouver, B. 0., or
A. W. Wlsner, Agent,
Chilberg Block, Main an, Olympia.
A. FREE '.E'RIP
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W ORLD S- B 'AIR
COMMENCING MAY 1, 1893
The History Company of San Francisco
Cal. (capital stock $500,000) the oldest and
largest publishing house on the Pacific
Coast, this day announce that they will
give. ABSOLUTELY FREE, 8. ticket to the
World‘s Fair and return, including meals
enroute one week (7 days) hoteleccommo
dations, six admission tickets to the expo
sition grounds, two tickets to leading
Chicago theatres and such other grivileges
as may insure a pleasant trip, to eservmg
persons, Who comply with their require
ments.
NOTICE
Those desiring to go to the World’s Fair:
and who coul not otherwise do so, can 516- ‘
l dress us at once for full particulars. This
offer does not apply to persons of means
who are in a position to meet the expenses
of such a trip themselves, but to enterpris
ing, intelligent young men and women who
can «apEreciate such an opportunity and
make t e most of it. Teachers, clerg men,
students, farmers’ bright sons and daugh
ters, in fact any all possessing energy. en
terprise and character will be eligible.
TEE CHANCE or A LIFETIME.
Every young man or woman who desires
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greatest exhi itions the world has ever
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an opportunity is rarely ofi'ered and the
trip will be the event of a life time to those
who go. Address »
THE HISTORY COMPANY
I run HISTORY BUILDING
7% Market St, - San Francisco, Cal.
bLYMPIA; ‘WAsHINGTON, SATURDAY, DEC. 26, 1891.
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-MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
l-DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS-I‘
WRITE FOR ESTIMATES-
Corner of Third and Jefferson StregtLQlympia.
MILLARD. LEMON, PRESIDENT. MARY L. PAGE, SECRETARY.
ROBT. F. WHI’IHAM, TREASURER. F. G. BLAKE, MANAGER.
CAPITAL CITY
ABSTRACT & TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY
(INCORPORATED) ,
Draughtin g and Blue Printing
'Our Abstracts are posted to date every evening, and are the only complete set of Abstracts from
, Government to date in the county.
Upstairs In Chambers Block - - - - olvmpla, Wash.
Lofstad F‘ur Co.
- -——IMPORTER§ AND MANUFACTURERS OF—--—— /'
FINE - FURS
O—RAW FURS BOUGHT_—o
The |Making of Seal Garments a Specialty.
C. LOFSTAI), Agent, 9390 Street, Tacoma, Wash.
BREWER & WRIGHT
Dressed. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
Telephone N0.P1:U10‘:fi::;1::2;s,r:::.622 Fourth st.
T. J. MCBRATNEY
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Farm g Dell-very Wagons
Carriages, Buggies, Road ‘Carts, Plows, Etc
Agricultural Implements of Every Description.
COLUMBIA, NEAR FIFTH STREET:
STATE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY
FINE PRINTING
Book : and : Job : Printing: Specialties.‘ .
%————-‘I'ZE—IE—-——-——%
Weekly Trlbane
ONLY $1.50 A YEAR.
After January I, 1892, $2 a year.
SEND' IT TO -YOUR ”FRIENDS
IN THE EAST.
The Weekly Tnbune
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* 509 AND 5| I MAIN STREET, OLYMPIA.
-PRO_PRIETORS OF
FROM TERMINAL 0R INTERIOR POINTS
—-’I‘HE- '
Northern Pacific R R.
16 ran LINE TO TAKE
TUALL POINTS EAST and SOUTH.‘
llt is tlxeDivginfi Car ropte. It runs through
Vestlbl} ed Trams every day
- 1n the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(no CHANGE on CARS.)
o°“ig’3fiil‘3m? 53315312 %“J§al“§fia‘és‘饧se“’
of latest equipment.
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TOURISTS ESLEEPING LCARS.
Best that can be constructed and in which
accommodations are both FREE and
furnished to holders offirst and
second class; tickets
an ‘
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
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‘AcontinuousiLine connection with Line
all affording
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Dlrect: Unmterrupted Semce.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be sew
cured in advance through any agent
of the roll .
THROUGH TICKETS
To and. from all $01“? in America, Eng
land and urope can be pur
chased at any
TICKET OFFICE OF THIS COMPANY.
‘ -—-o—
--‘ Full information concern-ing mites, time
of trains, routes and other details furnished
on application to any agent, or:
A. n. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passen er Agt., ‘
No. 121 First st.. cor. Wgashington,
Portland, Oregon' 1
F. P. REYES, Agent. .
Olympia. Wash
E. C. BICKFORD dz 00.,
NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS
Bought and sold for cash. See our prices be
fore buyian. Corner Fourth and Columbia. 5133.,
Olympia. ash.
mm: 0031:st c. z. MASON, E. s. HAMLEN,
Pram-Gen. M’an. Buperind't Sec.-Treas.
THE PUGET SOUND PIPE COMPANY
Bole proprietors and manufacturers of Horton a
patent thin shell wood water pipe.
Banded to stand any de~
sired pressure.
Guaranteed to be more durable than iron
pipe in the market. Olympia,any
Washington.
OREGON IMPROVEMENT! 00.,
-—-—OPERATING THE—~—
Olympia & Chehalis Valley Ry
...—.0.._.._.
Time Card to_take eflect Sunday Nov. 1.
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NO. 1. ‘
Leave...............01ymp1a...... ......9240 a. m.
A:r1ve...............Tenin0............10:30a. in.
NO. 2.
Leave...... .........‘Tenin0............10:50 a. m.
Arrive...............01ymp1a...........11:50a‘.m.
' NO. 3.
Leave...............01ympia........... 3:50;). In.
Arrive...............Tenin0.............4:50 p. m.
NO. 4.
Leave................Tenin0............5:05p. m.
Arrive..............01ympia............5:55 p. m.
__..—.o—
1 and 4 run daily. Nos. 2 and 3, daily ex
cept Sunday.
The morning train makes close connection
with the Northern Pacific train from Tacoma
to Portland, and the evening train connects
with the train from Portland to Tacoma.
J. C. PHELPS,
Ans t., Supt
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Steamshlp and Nangatlon 00. s
. STEAMER
Having been thoroughly overhauled and
repainted has resumed her tri son
the Olgmpia, Tacoma am?
cattle Route.
TIME CARD. *
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
LEAVING. ARRIVING.
Seattle... ..5:00 a.m. TacomaL. 7:00 a.m.
Tacoma... . .7:30 a.m. Olympia. .10:30 a.m.‘
Olympia ...1:00 p.m. Tacoma... 4:00 p.m..
Tac0ma....4:30 p.m. Seattle... 6:30 p.m.‘
Connecting at Olympia with the Shelton
and Kamilchie boats.
SAMUEL WILLE Y, Captain.
STEAMER “THE DOCTOR.”
TOWING AND JOBBING
. Promptly attended to. Apply to H. M.
j Pierce, agent, Horr’s dock. P. 0. box 284.
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Men’s Shoes ‘
Ladies’ Shoes '
> Children’s Shoes,
And, in fact, everythmg found in a first-class shoe store.
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Successors to FOSTER K: LABEREEJ .
We have added to our already large stock“ 11 F 1 HST—CLASS WAGON, specially: fitted
for the removal of Pianos. Furniture and Baggage. Our facilities fertile re- .
moval of safes and all other heavy goods are 0 the best. All orders for
Hacks, Gurneys Livery. Trucks, Bnggave, etc., promptly at~
, tended to. K first-class boarding smile in connection.
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CORNER MAIN AND THIRD bT.
Telephone Number 3.
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OLYMPIA ‘
PASSENGER AND TRANSFER STABLE.
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Orders 101‘ hacks or cabs attended to promptly dag or night, also 11 general livery business In
connection. Horses fed or boarded by the day or man h. Forwarding moving $119,110!” sale! and
{l‘uxinitfilre wfith care and promptness. Charges rcuonable. Sixth and dolumhla s reotl.
6ep one o. ; ' ~ , .
DREWRY AND SON. Proprietors-
THE FIRST N ATIONAL- BANK
OF OLYMPIA! '
CAPITAL - - - SIOO,OOO
SURPLUS - ' - - $20,000.
’ A. A. PHILLIPS, JOHN F. GOWEY.
' L. W. osm‘ggggggf' . lamun'gfigfifixf Im,
Omar-nu! DIRECTORS: ‘ _ ‘AfiflT.(JABI-IIEB.
A. H. STEELE, T. M. REED, W. M. LADD, A) H. CHAMBERS
A. A. PmL'Lxre, :7 01m F. Gowm'; GEO. D. SHANNON.
A General Banklng Busmess Transacted
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO COLLECTIONS.
Capltal Natlonal Bank,
V . OF‘ OLYMPIA .
Cap1tal,$100,000; Surplus,ls~,ooo
F. M. WADE, Pans. N. H. OWINGS, V. Plan.
C. J. LORI) (31131111233 '
, ‘ Directors.
John S. Baker, Louis Bettman, Robert Frost. N. H. Owing
B. C. Woodrufl‘, F. M. Wade. 0. J. Lord.
TRANSA O‘TS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Foreiglh and domestic exchange bought and sold. Telegraphic transfers made on
all principa cities.
Collections 61 Specialty. ,
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CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO. - _
E.W. ANDREWS. President. R. G. HOOKER, Cashier
DIRECTORS:
F. R. Brown, A. C. Going,
E. W. Andrew, R. . Hooker
w. F. Newell, 0. s. Eaton,
H. V. Ogden.
Transacts a General Banking business.
waavings deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards and interest allowed thereon
' THE WEST SIDE MILL COMPANY
Dry Flooring, Rustic, Lime
City Oflicefland Yard, Fourth-st. Bridge; Tel. No. 71.

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