Rex v. Konishi - assault on tugboat master


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Rex v. Konishi - assault on tugboat master


Title Proper F0 GR0419 BOX 123 FILE 096
Date(s) 1907
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Annotated Crown Brief Rex v. Konishi. S. Konishi, a fisherman, was charged with and found guilty of assault with intent to murder N. Nishikawa, master of a tugboat, "Hope,” working at the Beaver Cannery. This incident was sparked by an argument over numbers of fish caught by Konishi.
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Rex v. Konishi - assault on tugboat master
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