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ness but it lsthebuslhesst theStatev pf the Superior - Court find particularly prthisscourt v - r Henley urrred thai Roers could leave thelcburtrbbnirat ahytlratUh ocr hia rights m thecase JJui testir monyAwas purely Votiwtary L C - t Ahdjthai iswhy I expect ft will answer suggested Judge Troutti RuetsaidthatBecketfcvaa Claris of Public Administrator Drinkhouse and ftei4Mrged j - Rpdgers to waive M9 rlghts in so f ar as Questions relative to that ofllcevrerecbncerned 31r4 4 refuse ijo apswerti - prfistfd Rodgers 3rr - J IPid he give ybuinfbnhatiop before that time as to other estates tyWri slsted McEnerney - t l S ThatisrJmperUhenta0dniyyrj6uVnit has a right in law to resent It shouted Henley X-I hope he wont resent ltphjrsically because of my youth andrny sixe nagged the bulkjp McEnerney Then he proceeded The time Js ripc tb ascertain if by ih speed 6t th tirplritri aidand abetted by the employes of public pfjlces estates may be pote4 as this one baa been 5 Judge Tfbutt and Ruef urged Rodgers to answer and finally he Said The only1 information t received from Beckett was In this case and itcame in an honorable way I never paid Beckett money for thteor any bthey ser vice 2 Was there any agreement between Rauer and you that youwere to be pali for the time you expended in this case o in no snape or manner Have xju been pal4 any money for your expenses fn this case Ngt one cent Do you know any rule of professional ethics that would prevent ybhr abap doping the case as you did asked Henley j object on the ground that he has not shown himself to be an expert on that subject responded McEnerney Patrlek Ryan who testified subsequently that he was the only clerk pf that name employed by the Hlbernla Bank since 1897 was called but Rodgers failed to identify him as the man who had given Rauer and him the Sullivan record It was a smaller man without a mustache explained Rodgers A Ruef attorney for Public Administrator Drinkhouse testified to haying Insisted upon the deposition of the alleged Sullivan and his personal appearance In court forthe protection of his principal He described the bogus - Sullivan as a man about five feet six inches In height with medium colored hair a distinctly red mujtache well dressed and a user of rough language He was not as rough as Dutchy explained Ruef I had him thrown out of my office Ruef was not satisfied with the Sullivan deposition in many ways Rodgers had said that he did not have the right heirs and withdrew from the case waiving all objections to the distribution of the estate Acting Mayor Tobln came into court with Clerk Ryan and submitted the identification record in the account of Joseph Sullivan with the Hlbernla saaiiif brigs b NEWS JEW JTOME l H s - - V - - - - - - - m BREBrdaya1 later - news i brpuarhi - trtw Koine by was W J stifanieir Jganan vrhhAr it rrivedVrat - T - oclock yesterday morning direct jfrbm the - Alaskan gold camp LvingtNomls at IjO Vclock on the evening of June 30tlrt the San Juan made the trip to this and V half days the leather pleasant thrpughbuitheypyaelprty sticb amoti of ftimlesa hroken - apiiitad and helplesa humanity as la now gath epedatNotei Nearly every commwr - etai enterprise has been a faliureWhen I landed there teams were earning 10 an hounThere are inpjfhundreda vt horses that will never again be har - peasedr ventheVgaihhJers arebavirur They naye got apwn ipmtT failure Barring some clalms - onAnvil creek - h the San - nesaeaf veqtpegampjers unio bdrt In ten aaorrytime Qf it They have got Uher belne toa tfiVeeentbasJ8 - and ithatjri Uherbeing cb t jQme a complete fa six passengers returned pn the steamen which are unquestIopably4rieh thero but none ofVthen J learned brought butany gold but all had the same unfavorable statements to make concerning NmeSPd th Cpn dltions prevailing fri the cajpap MjLfttaLi law went jntbreffect there the day the San Juan sailed Colonel Randall of the United States Army beihgjncommand of the troops which had prgYibusjy ir Hvii nn th trnnannrf TTiirnris The - - - v vri - rr 5i - - r - rr - - Ti oonw thousands of men and women who ha J InUhe ihail that arrived on the steamer gone north froni this Cbast werftdlsT St Paul TJie Alaska xplpratibn Com are discovered - and every man who has the price pf a ticket will get put of the cpuntryasfastas he canr J tdther passengers bnitbe steamer tell about thfearoe8toryaniltseemsto bev - the Consensus of opinion that before the season has drawn itbraclbsejthe Oovernment will have to look after the welfare of thbusands of people unless theyaretQ belefjttaataryer T borne interesting news was propgnc couraged and to usetheBtatement of Purser Wlnslow pi theTSan JiianThe Government transportswllITDie neded at Nome to brjng back ih pravrgp abon to return here WbilCvVral MUings had taken plate in the camplrepentiy the names pf the persons Involved could not be learned AJ1 the passengers on the San Juan were from Nome and nearby points Private information received by the San Juan is to the effect thathundreds of the passengers on jthe trip north from this city were forced to endure great hardship on various steamers and that more wouid be heard on this subject when the gold seekers returned to Seattle and this city Hundreds of tons of mail for Nome have accumu lated at Unalaska and will be taken to Its destination by ihe steamer Port land which is due to reach Nome on July 22d It Is learned that only abcut half of the 128 passengers who left this city on the Morning Star for Nome remained with the vessel until Nome was reached They are said to have put up with such discomforts and poor ser vice that they left the Morning Star in nany has newstip to July 2d the day of the sailing of - the - steamer Jn which thecompany lsinfprmd thatthero la m6ramerchandlseatNome thanthe owners can dispose of or the people can consume Xlbbds of pl descriptions are strewn along the beach and the ownera would rather dispose of them than be - obliged to keep constant vigil oyer their belongings Liquors and clgarsrtare especially a drug in the marketIn eplte of the auperabundance and the cheapness of all Kinds of goods thefts are commttted nrider the eyes pfflwn - ers and the ipaf kages dlsappearunder the tents lot squatters whch are pitched along the beach for a great distance Jt Is necessary t6 keep ft guard at each end of the gangplank when goods ai - e being discharged from ligbt - erts else they disappear under the canvas of the tents cr while being hauled from the beach to the warehouses Real estate Is stil greatly In demand and at high figures though titles are dubious Lots 60 by 150 In the business part of the town sell at from J12000 to 15D00 and are only tb be had by chance there are none on the market Since the ice has gone out the sea has become very rough and goods are being damaged in

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 12 Jul 1900, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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