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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
HONOLULU. TElUirXOHY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1900.
Pkiob 5 Cents.
Vol. VIII. No. 1G(i'i
f'ft "riimjiiy if
CELEBRATED CASE DECIDED: BOXERS HURDER DlPLOflAT
IN THE STREETS OF PEKING
Contest Over Water Power for Elec
trlclty on Kanal.
Bivtllu Sugar Co. Mij Tike Water for Irrt
gitlon But Nut for Power Yet Hij Tip
Mr. Cross' Soarto of Power.
A unanimous opinion or the Su
premo Court wrlttou by Judge J'erry
who oat with Justices Krear and Whit
ing, has been rendered on the submit
ted cane or Fred J. Crosu vs. Hawnllon
Sugar Co. Defendant operates Malta
.well nlantatlon on Kauai.
I In July, lfcD'J, Gay & Koblnson leased
to the plnlntm ror twenty yenrs the
water power of tlio Koula valley, but
excepting water .rights for planting
purposes held by the' defendant under u
lense made to W. H. Watson In October,
The Court decides thot the Hawaiian
Sugar Co. has not the right under the
Wntsou loose, now held by It, lo use the
power of tho stream In question for
generating electricity to be used on Its
plantation. On tho other hand, Cross
hus the right tu develop the water pow
er under his Itnse. hut subject to all
rights acquired by the Hawaiian Sugar
Co. through the Watson lease; These
lights Includo "the right to so divert
Situation In China Grows Steadily Worse
Forces Marching With All Despatch
Britleh Troops Meet in the
ready for convehtioh:BoeR VICTORIES REPAID
RopQblicins at Philadelphia Discuss
Vice Presidential Hen.
t uanni sjjs me rrtsiaem ins ho umimw
WoodrufT Hot Appravtd DolltTtr Has
Frleodii But Hot Slrocft.
Washington, June 13. The Navy De
partment already had taken steps to
send more marines to Manila befori
the appeal of Admiral lteraey came.
The formal announcement took the
shape of this bulletin:
"Arrangements lire being taken at
tho Nave Department to send a bat
talion of marines to the Philippines.
These men nrq wanted for service at
cettaln naval stntlons In the Philip
pines and to replace about eighty ma
rines who have been sent Into ChlnefC
A nmrlno battalion Is only :."
strong. The men could be gather:
up nt short notice from the marine
now nt the Naval Academy and tnc
New York, I.eugue Island and Wah
Ingtou Navy yards, so It Is expected
that they will be on their way to Ma
nila by August 1 t the latest.
It Is figured at the department th.v
there are now 2.000 marines In t ,
Phlllnnlnes nnd at (luam, the largr
Dart of the force not nlloat beliu it
tloned at the Cavlte naval station. T"..l
is the largest naval reservation unor
Mich water at any point In said river.
even above such works ns plaintiff nmy ,n0 COntrol of the Navy Departm
I'llll IW1 IliU iuiiuau ui y.t i-uiuir, mill
developing electrical energy or power."
Magoon ft Sllllman, Kinney. Hallo-i
& McClsnnhan and IlnbertBon & Wilder
rr plaintiff; F. M. Hatch, W. O. Smith
mid li. It. Mend ror defendant.
rails moved nntl the sleepers burned.
The marines, when two miles In ad
vance of the first train, near uing
Knng, suddenly perceived Iloxers
streaming from n village on the left.
It was estimated that they numbered
2,000, some of ihem being tnountcii.
and they were trying to get between
the marines and the troln. Many of
them' were nrmeil with sppars ami
swords. A few had ".rearms which
they handled awkwardly.
The marines, retreating, kept up a
running light for over a mile and klllcc.
between twenty and thirty Doxcrs.
'1 he lloters pursued the Drltlxh for
some dUtRnce. Then seeing more na
rines from the train coming to their
ustlstanic, .Mnjnr Johnson's sixteen
halted and poured u-heavy continuous
fire into tho crowd, driving them ncross
t;: front of the reinforcing bluejackets,
wio nnninhed the Iloxers uevcrely with
'i..e Dnscra lied, and the Duropcam.
f -'.lowing up thi'lr success, elcaied nut
two villages. The total loss of the
t.xrs Is estimated at forty killed nn 1
v - mded. .Seven of their wounded were
t'Hmled by llrltlsh surgeons. The hit
v. s loss was nothing.
Unless their loss canst s the Heifers to
WITH TERRIBLE INTEREST
Roberts ahd Buller Scatter Their Opponents
After Sharp Flghtlng--Laln's Nek
Abandoned -- Back to the
Philadelphia, June 13. With the
meeting of tho National Committee to
day for tho purpose of framing tho pre
liminaries and adjusting the claims of
contesting delegates, the unte-convon-
tlon work set In.
Next to the committee meeting the
feature of Interest today wns tho ar
rival of Chairman Hanna who reached
here nt 1 oVIock. The chairman was
met at llroad street by a committee of
citizens and escorted to tho Hotel Wal
ton. As soon ns he reached his rooms.
Mr. Hanna was besieged by callers who
ante In a steady stream.
There was u great Influx of visitors
London, June 13. After a week's
sllcnco I-ord Huberts has ecn heard
from, his line of communications hav
ing been practically restored by means
of a complete victory gained by Gen
erals Melhttcn nnd Kitchener over den
cm! Do Wet nt the IlhenOter(tVcr,)s
terclay. June 12. The Hoer cnnip'.wux
capt u led arid tho burgherB, It Is added,
were scattered In all dliectlons.
Lord Huberts, on being notltled of the
cutting of his line of communications,
sent General Kitchener In all haste to
Juln (lenernl Methnen.
June 11 1-ord Itoberts himself attack
ed (lenernl llotha. who was III strong
force fifteen miles southeast of Pie
torla.. After strenuous opposition the
llrltlsh forces pained considerable
with a water front of about fourteen
miles, and the withdrawal of the o.
n..ra imu n.mln It t.irsRnrv to malntftli'
alargeforccof,mnilncstognrrUontr1c'i heart, the International column
reservation and keep down the Insur- I ul have much trouble befoie it
Protest Against Abuse
Representative of the Japanese
Immigration Companies nre highly In
censed over the determine attempt
umong certain of their nationality to
hold them responsible for tho Ishor
troubles anioui; the Japanese. A ver
talu class of Japanese, have alwuys
sought to discredit these igcnts, but
the first direct charge Is made ly Mr.
Shlogawa In an Interview published by
A prominent Japanese said this
morning: "The principal objection
these people have to offer Jgainst the
Immlgiatlon companies Is the reten
tion of 42.50 a month from tho labor
ers' wages. The utter nonsense of this
supiHued Injustice is shown liy the fact
that tile Immigration companies arc
required to care .for these funds ny the
Japanese Government. This retention
of funds Is prartlcnlly deiiipnded by
Japan. The Immigration companies
merely act as trustees for the money
and have to give n strict (counting to
the, consul and the government for its
use. This money Is reUJii'd to pre
vent .any of Ure laborers Incoming u
ih:u-ge upon the country In which I hey
reside. The money is theJrs nnd ilrawi
gents who are numerous
The other points mentioned In Ad
miral Hcmoy's cablegram also are na
val coaling stations, and ns they haw
been turned over to the navy, the army
naturally does not enre to he charged
with their maintenance, especially
when there Is so much work elsewhere.
The State Department has heard
nothing officially nbout the reported
killing of the American missionary an.':
the Japanese Secretary of Legation nt
Peking. In Tact nothing has been
heard from Minister Conger since ms
cablegram of last night up to th"
close of offlrc here today. The new
of the killing of the first American nlt
slonary mused n shock at the-Depar!-ment.
as It Is realliwl that this adds
greatly lo the gravity of the problem
awaiting settlement by the deportment.
IOO American Marines.
Manila. June 13.. The United State
hospital t&lp Solnec tailed at midnight,
Having on. board 10 marines and five
ottlrers. Major Waller commanding, In
response to the telegraphic request
sent from Tong Kit on June 11 by Hear
Admiral KcmpfT. Thirty other na-
i'a-hes Peking. The railway is hi
ir,.'h damaged that the column covered
or.ly thirty-four miles Sunday and
Menday, and thtrn Is reason to f.ir
that the road ahead Is more badly ilntn
cged. BvldenteB of General Nlch's open
tlems were found In heaillcii bodies.
The whole country presents u desolate
afreet, entire villages havini, iijen ue-
se ted. .
The expedition numben 2011, ns fol-lowe:
British, 915; German, 2i0; Russian,
300; French, 128; American, 101; Ju
peneue, S2; Italians, 40; Aiistiinus, 23.
today. All but a few of the National Krmm(il imt General llotha. when Lord
Committee ale now here. Many dele
gates tire also arriving.
Senator Hanna was nsked after his
arrival whether It was tine that the
President had a candidate for the Ice
"Theie is no truth In that report."
he said, "none whatever. The Presi
dent will not Interfeie. He has no
"Then, who Is your candidate?" In
ItohirtH left the lie. . wns still mule.
All Is quiet at Pretoria nnd Jo
hannesburg and Lord oltlierts says the
Government need Have no nppiolicn
slon aboil the securing of the army In
South Afrlcn. ns it will not tano lung to
remedy the rctcrscb and repair the
CondltloiiK In Pretorln.
A lengthy dispatch forwarded to the
War Ohlee by Major General Knox
,. ..l. .11. .nn
"I have none. My on y des he Is tnl imn nrouiiKiuiu. ...-im..... v...
bp the best man " j there by messenger, reads as follows:
Set the best nun. i ..' , . . ,.., ,.,..., .,,..
reiiuestcd to forward you from Lord
Itoberts the following dispatch, receiv
ed from the Pretoria Presidency, nt
STRONG PLAY OP JAPAN.
London, Juno 13. A telegram from
Yokohama, dated Tuesday evening,
fce.ys that the Japanese Government has
ordered four more warships to proceed
Xi- Taku and 4,000 men of nil nrms are
under orders to.be In Immediate read!
neai for embarkation. The dispatch
tays the Japancuc Government "trusU
the powcra will not misconstrue tliU
a-tion." Tho Japanese press Is urging
1hv Clmitnlml nnFenunniilntit ftf tViO
:; -.. .-. ... .. .t- it.i..,i ""I o""i."'" in.riii
?S ""-:". .X: L ' ,':?," TH. telegraphing Tuesday, says;
liound for l
iTl.n tninnui Atlfilatut it. tifnu&lntv
. i J jju f lMlllcnT7 .uiuinui lit "ivnciwri
n. The marines on the So- w ICOKnl,,m of .apanc3e sphere of
e been destined for Guam. It,nfluencc , tnoliiflo the provinces of
Che Klang, lo Kirn and Klang S3I.
8tntes gunboat Nashville,
li ibelievcd that doers will tie tent
later on. It Is said n supply ship will
loirvc this week anil that the New Or
leans will sail later.
UrltUlt Troop Forward,
Hongkong, June 13. The steamer
Nation hns been chartered to convey
H0 troops to Tleii Ts(n. She It belr.
You are quoted as being opposed tj i
"I have said when asked whether
Mr. Woodruff was a candidate that I
hoped not. and I do not retract that
statement. That Is the way I feel
As for Mr. llliss, he Is an admirable
man. Imt he Is out of the question; he
cannot accept. Senator Allison, well,
I came over on the train with him nnd
he Is absolute In his refusal. There
Is no doubt of his sincerity In not
wanting the place. And as n matter
of fact, we cannot spare him from hU
present place 111 the Senate. Ho Is
worth a doien of us other fellows
"What nre Dolllvcr's chances?"
"Mr. Dolllver Is an avowed candi
date, and he had u good following
Hnuins'lilx friends In the House, but 1
cannot say that as to his prospects. The
truth Is that there Is as yt no ap
proach to a settlement of the matter."
Our Business Is With
Department of the Interior
tho Doers nre determined to fight lo
the bitter end. They are concentrat
ing 4,00.) men around Ilcthlcheiii. Tlv
country between them nnd Geneial
Hundlo Is mountainous and exceedingly
difficult for military operations.. Gen
crnl rjundle's tiresent rare Is to prevent
the lloeis getting pt him southward.
Major Wood of llundle's staff rode to a
Ilocr outpost on Juno Kth and announc
ed that Pieloila had been occupied liy
tho llrltlsh. How the Doers received
this news Is not recorded. . Altogether
t;iw Doers linve surrendered to General
General Hunter's advance hns occupi
ed Vontersdorp. southwest of Pretorln.
This took place on June 7th.
General Pliimer's column Is on the
(Hand's river, northwest of Pretoria.
The llrltlsh are sending detachments
right and left to accept the surrender
of commandos, horses, cattle and for
age und lo overawe the sparsely settled
country. Thus rnr only one small
commando has been heard of . a com
mando at Tallhasch.
General Hunter's objective Is Pot
chfstroom. It Is reported that Polchfstroom h
icady to submit. General Hunter has
wnrued nil burghers that It telegraph
wires ere cut behind him he will send
lnck nnd burn the houses near the
THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL
.t?ret or tSeJr benefit. Jt Is exactly JcU by the artificers of the Terrible ; $,'., w To,,
like n bank dtpo.lt, . . J I"' wop. 1&W , ,h'ir . " .' Attorney Gener,
The laborers who nre nukliu all J "i'"-".
Hongkong Marti sighted off Koko
Head at 2:30 p. r.l.
The W. O. Hall will probably mill
ataln for Kauai tomorrow ufternoon.
A meeting of the G. A. It. Hag com
mittee is called for I'rlday evenlnj.
Attorney General K. P. Dole coni-
iiic ,..,.u,...o ...... .... .... . - -. , , mmle known roiwioncii j. v . Liujicun us ins uriiuij
this trouble are tho gambk-rs and tough " ' aIt kw wn . (m ,
The date of their depar
liect made known. .
Orders have Ijwmi Issued to the con-','
tuils and rVhr agitators are the men "nscnt of Ilrltlili troops assemble l! jovernor Dole will likely return
"., ". '".,.?.': la ,Zl.l i "m . here for service In the north to sail fo-" umodore Germlncfs call on board
clement who never save their
who run gan tiling Jolnlfi and wouiii ,"y- ''",,"',,. , ;,"..",; ,V,
Helad to get hold of the last dollar of T fn T.ln June 1 or M r.lsof ,h
theae igtiornn; people. i ne inoorers -
Willi fumlllff who save .their moucy J Jiipiin Will Go Slow,
art- not mokbig any trouble, nnd the j London. June 13. In regard to the
majority of tho Japanese laboiers urc leport that Jniuin Is nbout to declare
quietly going about their work, con-1 wnr on China. It was learned by a rep
tract or no roitract. rrscutatlvc of trie Associated Press at
"You will note there Is no serloml uic Japanese Krnlmssy that the attitude
(lilllrulty ummig the laborers on thin
Island, und the further liirt Hint uie
majority of tho laborers under the lin
mlgmtlou companies Is good evidence
that these companies deal fnlrlv.
"Mr. SliloRiivu owns tlf Hawaii
Shlmpoo which has attacked the Jn
jinnefo consul, the Immigration com
panion and tcndttl generally lo foment
trouble among the Japanese. The com
panion lire doing nil In their power to
tnevent trouble so that tho main Indus
try of Hawaii shall not suffer. They
upprei'ljtc that sugar Is the vltnl In
dustry of the Territory and are doing
all In tbolr power to prevent any ac
tion that will Injure It. These agitators
are public enemies. ."
Ismdnn. Juno 13, 5:20 n. m. Tim
Times In an extru edition publishes tho
following dispatch from Peking, dated
June 12. 2 p. m.: "Tho Chancellor of
the Japanese Legation, Sugylamu
Aklru, while proceeding alone and un
ptotectei! un official duty, was brutally
murdered by soldiers of Tung Kuli
Slang, tho favorltn bodyguard of tho
Hmprcss Dowager, at Manlgato rail
road station yesterday. Tho reinforce
ments me dally expected. The present
Isolated position of Peking, the de
Htructlon of foreign property In t'.o
country nnd tins Insecurity of life nre
directly attributable to treachery of tho
nf Japan In the Chlnete cribli Is to co
ouernte loyally u-Jth the European pow
its. In the existing situation Japan
would not bo willing to see any single
luiwer take tho had.
The murder of tho Chnurellor of th'
Japanese Legation at Peking is lesan.-
cd as likely to lend to serious compli
cations, but no dedsloii has been rem-1-.-
led by Japan ns to what political mt'a-
urcs will be necemiuy tu meet me sua
Itelntlve to tho reports that the Ji.-
IMtirso Minister nt Peking Is pressing
for the recognition of a Japanese
sphere of Influence, to include the
Provinces or Che Klang, or Men ami
Klang SI, It Is pointed out thut Japan
Iiiib already obtained a promise that
the Province of Ko Klen should not be
alienated, while Klang SI, situated nt
the mouth or tho Vnngtse river. Is In
the llrltlsh sphere. Japan Is not likely
to take u step which might be dlstnttt
f ill to Great llrltiiln, whose Interests
in China are similar to those of Japan
t.jf Kronen cruiser Prolet tomorrow
Ko rflue full dress shirts nt Jl.Ou each
L. 11. Kerr ti Co., (Jueen street. These
ihlrts nre strictly high grade as to lit
Commodore Germlnet and officers of
the Krench cruiser Protet culled un
'ioveinor Dole nt 4p. m. yesterday,
ueing presented by Consul Moet.
Portuguese Charge d'Alfalres A. lo
Fn'izii Caniivarro and the lllshop of
5 unopoils were callers aboard the
French cruiser Protet this forenoon.
Mi. C.inavnrro was given the regul.n
.jiuto on leaving tne man-of-war.
The police and prison guaids shot .i
mat.li yesterday, the formei defeating
t..nr antagonists by a score nt 372 to
:i.n. This match decides the tie over
wS.iih there has been so much talk l,i
police circles. Patrolman Fernandez
made the highest score 1 12) for the
pdlh'twind Kawnl made the highest I II)
for tht Jail team.
8:08 n. in. today;
'"Pieturla. Jl.no 12. Pretoria and
Johannesburg are perfectly quiet and
several of the Inhabitants hnve ex
pressed gratitude for the peace and or
der which prevail,
" 'After surrendering the city llotha
retired to u place about 15 miles ea.it
on the .illddleshurg road. He had n
small force, but during tne last few
days his numbers Increased, and his be
ing so near tho town kept up the ex
citement In tho country, prevented tht
burgners from laying down their arms
nnd Interfered with tho collection of
suuulles. It therefore becamo ncces
snry to attack him. This I did yester
day. He held a very strong position,
practlcnuy unassailable In front, which
enabled hi in to place the main portion
of his in Kips on ills Hanks, which he
know from former experience were his
vulnerable parts. 1 sent Krench with
Porter's nnd Dixon's ruvulry brigades
and Mutton's Mounted Infantry round
by our left, nnd Inn Hamilton, with
llroudwood and Gordon's .Mounted In-
fan try nnd llrucc Hamilton's Infantry
Washington, Juno S. The Secretary I brigade, round by our right. Iloth
of State has notified Governor IV.Io of i columns met wit i great opposition. At
., , .... ,. ... about 3 In the afternoon I saw two of
Hawaii that on und after June II. the ,,. Uitantty battalions ndvnnc
date on which the act making Hawaii ns ,, wmt appeared to be the key of
a Territory of the I'nltt'd States goes tho enemy's defense, on tnelr left flank.
Into effect, all of the business or the This wns almost gained before dark.
. ,. , ,, ., ... .. ,. and 1 on ered the force to hlxoune on
Territory of Hawaii, with the Govern- .,., lpv ,lll( w.
ment of the Fnlted States shall be con- il,(..l,niew. with his division, de
ducted through and with the Secretary cupled our (enter. As I hnte explained,
of the Interior. . I he could not attucii. but he gradually
advanced so as to suppoit Inn llanill-
. ii w u on, and when I left the Held he was on
..Cl-I.U.M, ! .. iwnil, ,(1e ,IU, ,.,,! ,,y ,,, cncn,y-B utpoStH
Ik'illn. June 13. The Foreign Olll"e i In the morning,
officials have had no telegraphic com-1 'Twtm Mctliticns PliJIit.
muulciitloii "lili Peking during the' " '1 huirled back to get news of
Inst thirty-six hours and It has no Im-1 Mcthuen's movement. On hearing that
portant news regarding the Chinese j the Free Staters had taken advantage
situation today.. It Is not known of our crossing the Vital to Intel rupt
whether the railroad has been repaired, i our line of communication, 1 sent
Princeton Pefented llnrviird.
Princeton. N. J., June 13. Princeton.
!; Harvard. 2.
Kitchener with such troops as 1 colli.)
I then spare to Ver (Vredefort) with or-
I dcis to put.li south anil communicate
with Methucu, who, 1 knew, had a very
compart riirce III the vicinity of llcll-
1 brim. 1 also dispatched a special lues-
11th OF JL'NIJ. iKongu' to .Methnen. Instiuetlng him to
Hawaiian and American Hags can bo ,,,,, t ai B)iet.i to tho main line
gotten In Iwakaml's store, Hotel street. t railway. These two olllcers mot at
. Vredi fort ltoad station In the evening
Gent's Hermsdorf dye blade rot su- of June 111. They in.ircheil yesterda..'
perlur quality, two pairs for 2."i cents. I lo Itiirnoster rlvci. where Methnen
. t L. Illl Kerr & Co.'s. CJiieen street foi i g.iliK.. a complete victor; oicr De Wet
Governor Dole wns attended nt the
Council hoard today by II. B. Cooper.
Secrctury of the Territory; H. P. Dol.
Attorney General: J. A. .Mcunntliess.
Superintendent of Public Works; J. F.
Drown, Commissioner or l-nmis; a. i .
Atkinson, Superintendent of Public
Instruction; A. M. Urown, High Sheriff,
nnd A. T. Hawcs, Private Secretary.
The Orpheum saloon llccnso wns de
ferred until the matter can bo looked
into moro closely.
No obli-ctlonwas heard to renewal
of wholesale liquor licenses, jo CanUfa
& Co. and 11. Congdon.
Captain Andrews wns re-commend1'!
to hnvu n retail liquor license grante'l
him for Hllo.
A discussion without derision took
place on the question ,ef whether the Is
suance ot nhtiTry public. commission
should be limited In number.
Mr. McCnn-lless nnnunced liU readl
noxs to beel'ii the Kukul street cxten-
It .CAS iblcireKfeil tlmi the StCCl brld
for Seliiml rlrect be 30 feet .vlile '",'':",
of JO f et ns the call for tenders has t.
lllds tar two strel luldges aro duo to
be op. ned on Monday, but It greut r
width Is ot den il new bids may he invited.
Mr. McC.indlrss also stated his nur-
pose i f laying concrete pavement jn
the wall's mound the Capitol and
around Thomas Mpiare. He advocated
having paved sidewalks prescribed
throughout tho city, beginning wher
ever they are most needed. This Im
provement Is to lie nt the expense of
Mr. Atkinson declared his Intention
of going ahead with the new Royal
M'hoolhouko ns soon as the appropria
tion wns fixed. It was suggested; how
ever, that a linger site than the old
one should be procured, and Mr. Atkin
son wns authorized to look up a suit
able tract of giound.
.Mr. Drown brought up the status of
crown nnd general hind leases, also the
limit of 1000 acres to plantations un
der the Terilturlal Act, Tho matters
me wed; only; don't fall to see them.'
BRITISH MARINES SHOOT.
Till! WATllltMAN IDI:AL FOl-'N-IAIN
PFN. All sizes, all shapes. II
Fighting San Francisco
Health Board in the Courts
First Attack Upon the "Boxer"
Force KIIIh Mnny.
London, Juno 13, 4:40 a. .m. Sixteen
llrltlsh marines, reconnolterlng In ad
vance of the International column
morchlng to Peking, fought 2,000 Box
ers Monday, killing twenty or thirty.
A correspondent accompanying the col
umn, In a dlsputch dated Tien Tblri
June 12, vln Shanghai. June 13, says:
While- the working parties, iiccom-
rVhirlpoHii From 'Frisco.
Th f"V S. S. Marloou. HouJktle com
minder arrived In port at a little after Ciinnnleil hv a niitrol of sixteen llrltlsh
o clOkk tnls morning with a Urge number I murines, commanded by Major Jolm
of cabin and steerage paviengeM for this j ,,, wcro repairing tho line on Mon
pert. She also brought a large in id and day afternoon, eight miles beyond Lo
some frclgnt. The viarlpusa xallrd irim , flli tllCy cncounteied small parties rf
San crani'lsco at lo;o0o clock on the night iiuxcrs wn0 w,,ro destroying tho Imi
of uneij. Arrlylns off port at 5:40 n. m The Iloxers moved away from the nd
San Frauclseo, June 13. It went III lug on .Montgomery avenue. Kearny or
with the Health Hoard this morning in "llfiriilu street aro quarantined, lie-
.. ., .. . o. . .1 1. . . .. .1 cause those streets ure occupied by
tho United States Circuit Court on II." .,, ,t , e.M ,,, ()f .,,,
hearing of the petition o( .low Ho for street, on which both white and Chl-
un Injunction restraining- the Health ' ntse live, Is paitly within tho quaran- I nrohence of his force in the field felt.,
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took piiisi sidnn of his camp and sea'
Ice., hit. troops In. all directions. Ho
and Kltchtiicr m.irchtd today towards
tlnerti Slight G11I11.
"'Her Majesty's Ginernment need
have no apprehension as to the secur
ity of the 111 my In South Africa. Tin
tueiiiy gained a slight success, which
was unfortunate, but which will he
remedied eiy shortly, and it will not
take long to repair the damage done
to tho railway. As these divisions are
all In existence, I am now able to hold
tho line between this and Itheuoster In
strength. Methnen will urrauge to
guard It on Wednesday as lie advances.
"'Hunter should bo at Poatchefs
troom today. He will Inen muwi on
" 'Wo hnve communicated with Dul
ler, who will, no doubt, soon make tho
The German balk lleru with n (nro
or cement atilvol this morning. She
made the trip fiom Hamburg, Germany
In 113 days.
Iluehaunu. ex-iialrolmnn. wns arrest
ed by Deputy High Sheriff Chilling
win 111 at Dob Gardner's place. Kakua
ko. hist night, on the two charges 'f
selling liquor without a HcMiise and
keeping a disorderly house. Defendant
appealed In the Police Court this fore
noon but the case was continued .until
Frldns. Juno 22.
llnaid from quarantining him und lit 1
store .mil dwelling at l-i. Stockton
street. The attorneys for the plain
tiff knocked a big hole In the Hoard -defense
anil coiunelled the Hoard's ,it
torncy to ask a few hours' time In
which to amend his answer. If he pn -sllily
can while kecnfng within the
facts. The truth i however Hit
tine lines. For Instance, the house ol
the Chinese Consul General Is not In
closed, he being treated with the rlv.l
Ity shown lo whites, but the Chinese
lioui-,e tu xt door Is barricaded with
barbed wile Wheiever whites live
i their Is e gun III the Hue.
I Wlirn Hie lieiiliiu was resumed this
nfl.'i ii.mjii tt i.iey Dunne prrs-nted nn
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
Dunne will If haul put lo It to kn ameudiiKiit to Ills answer to the com-
the ens 'ii court. plana In which In stated that Jew
A imilii .illcgatlon In Jew Ho- com-1 Ho'- place m buslne.s and rtsldeip'e
'Our losses yesterday were not. I
trust, serious, hut I deploio the death
of that gallant soldier, the Kail of
Alrlle. The only other casualties 10
ported us yet tire Seventeenth l.in-cers--.
Major tlie Hon. Lionel Fintesqiie
mid Lit uti limit the Hon. C Cavendish,
both killed.' "
General Knox adds that Kroonstad Is
quite and safe
Sclirelner Not to Itctdgn,
Capo Town, June 13, It Is under
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co
Our stock Is now replete, with good fits,
gooj style and good wear.