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Vol. XL No. 2171.
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EX-PRESIDENT PAUL KRUGER AS HE LOOKS TODAY.
WAIANAE GELEBRATION FRYINC PAN TO 1 1 III
LASTS OVER TWO HOURS
Lumberyard Team Quickly Vanquishes
Waianae Boys Japanese Furnish
Eicitement Good Sports
.At Waianae the 11th of Juno was
celebrated In fitting style, tug-of-war
contests being the chief attraction. Thy
Lumber ards team chaperoned by W.
C. Crook, arrived In the morning train
and took part In the first pull against
the Waianae team.
This pull ended In defeat for the
Waianae boys, who although they were
strong and put forth all that was In
them, lacked the experience of the op
posing veterans who soon carried them
over tno line. The pull was pulled
twice, the first one being unsatisfac
tory. When the boys had pulled for
about two minutes In the first pull tho
Walanao anchor toppled oft the cleats
and the Lumberyards men let up with
their pulling not wishing to drag him.
W. C. Crook, who was acting as Judge,
had not given the signal to cease, how
ever, and It was decided that the most
satisfactory thing to do was to try this
pull over again. In this second pull
the Lumberyards team had their op
ponents over the mark In 2 minute)
and 57 seconds.
A second contest took place between
two teams of Walanao boys ranging In
age from 18 to 20. The boys were will
ing and strong but both teams lacked
tho experience necessary to flnlBh the
contest In a short time. This pull last
ed for CO minutes.
The third pull was between two
teams of Japanese, there being seven
men on each side. The Japanese pulled
and tugged In great shape and excite
ment ran high among their backers.
Japanese women wero much In evidence,
wiping tho perspiring brows of their
husbands at tho rope and from the
audience strange yells of encourage
ment were constantly heard. These
teams pulled for about two hours when
each side was re-lnforced by two extra
men. Shortly afterwards one team of
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Entrance on Union.
Juno 12 4-
SCIINACK AND JUEN'S
Their Sentence Declared Illegal For
Being "Without Hard Labor'
--The Offence Mildly
In the somewhat celebrated case 3f
Territory of Hawaii vs. William Sav-
lago, Harry Jcon and J. H. Scbnack,
tue appeal of defendants has been sus
tained to an extent that may provo
worso for two of them than would
nave been submission to tho sentence
of tho Circuit Court. Justlco Perry Is
tho author of a unanimous opinion of
tho Supremo Court on tho case.
"Tho caso for the prosecution," tho
opinion sets forth, "was, briefly, that
ono Kamnkco (w.), tho complaining
witness, was In possession of a dwell
ing house and land situate In Honolu
lu and that tho defendants entered up
on and forcibly removed her from tho
premises and dispossessed her. Tho
evidence adduced, while It would sup
port a finding that tho defendants used
force In removing tho complaining wit
ness, would not support a finding that
they or any of the mused any mora
forco than was reasonably necessary
to accompyllsh that purpose."
Defendants were tried for assault
nnd battery and found guilty by a Jury.
Schnack nnd Jucn wero each sentenc
ed to Imprisonment for twenty days
without hard labor. Savidge was fined
1100. From the conclusion already
quoted as to tho nature of tho assault.
It might seem that tho appellate court
puts tho defendants in the right. In
rcvlowlng the evidence, however, the
court finds that, at tho tlmo of the tres
pass, Kamakco was In actual, peace
auio possession of tho promises,
'therefore, according to the syllabus,
reading as follows, sho had the right
to throw tho three men out with reas
onable forco, and not they her:
"Ono who Is out of possession of real
property, though entitled thereto, may
not, taking tho law Into his own hands,
recover such possession by forco.
"Ono who Is In the actual, pcaccablo
possession of real property may do
fend that possession by the uso of such
fofco as may bo reasonably necessary
for that purpose.
"What Is actual, peaceablo posses
sion within the meaning of tins rule Is
to bo determined In vlow of tho cir
cumstances of each particular case.
"Where an Illegal scntonco has been
Imposed, tho caso may bo remanded to
tho trial court for tho Imposition of n
Several exceptions nro set aside by
tho court as not prejudicial, and tho
Circuit Court Is sustained In denying
a motion for a new trial on tho ground
of alleged misconduct of a Juror. This
latter finding refers to Juror N. Peter
son, who was accused by defendants
of having talked about tlfo case boforo
ho wob called. Tho opinion concludes
by setting asldo tho sentences of
Schnack and Juen and remanding tho
caso to tho Circuit Court for tho Impo
sition of legal sentences upon them, or
for sucn other proceedings as may bo
proper, It having been previously de
clared that tho statute does not author
ize Imprisonment "without hard labor,"
but requires either a lino or Imprison
ment at hard labor.
Possibly Judge Humphreys, whoso
caso It Is, will mako llio now sentenco
a fine, In view of tho tacit finding of
tho appollato court that the offense,
was but technically committed by tho
defendants. . ,
Deputy Attornoy General Cnthcart
anil J. M. TTavldson for the prosecu
tion; Kinney, Dallou & McClanahan
for tho defendants.
The Wilder steamer Claudlno went
on tho marine railway this morning to
. have her bottom cleaned.
iiiiviviiivi w io'nuVCruonig OHJUKC )'UU Will TlflCl
A WHOLE VOLCANO OF BUSINESS-ADVERTISE IN THE BULLETIN
&oWraffcffi frKURITOKY OF HAWAII. THUH8DAY JUNK 12, 1002
Boer Leaders Accept
TERMS OF THE BRITISH
And Peace Is At Hand
London, June 1. Kino Edward Is-
cued the following message to the pub-
lie tonlgnt: I
"The.rV1nB h" "eelved 'he ,e!como
and trusts that neace will he anttrfllJ !
followed I by a reSloratlOT of nrosoer v
touowea oy a restoration or prosperity
in ins new dominions, ana mat tno
fecllngc necessarily engendered by tho
war will give place to the earnest co-
operation of all His Majesty's South
African subjects In promoting the wel
fare of their common country."
Pretoria, May 31, 11:15 p. m. A doc-
ument containing terms of surrender
was signed here .his evening at 10:30
o'clock by all the Doer represents
nuf u'u'i ' y, Lc;rd MUner, tho
British High Commissioner in South
Africa, and myself. KITCHENER. i -" "-"""" """, curious features of the war Is the re
nl,l..,imi,l;.ii. iMiitntn, from the masses. Tlin nnllrn were nn- .....
.m . i ii .i. -,-,- -, - I innritauic way in which l.oni Kltclicu-
l-on.lon. June 2.-Wlth the exception "?' ' hoW ,thcm " bol,",'$ ,"" I has deepened the awesome respect,
of Ireland, practically the whole of tho "?' ' "X'i """! nt'r- ?"" I?!"' " to fear, with which the Urltlsh na-
United Kingdom Is holiday making to- ?, 'm ",' r!dnn i?BRoere.rv i" ' tlon rcRards 1,lm nn'1 hla laco,llc rc"
day. In honor of tho conclusion of peace t ! , 1 LS ' PwU. and his utterly Independent
In South Africa. The streets every- ?" Lh'n. 1 ' ""f "hL n I Proweutlon of the campaign in South
where are thronged with people, who. 1"TP" ,? f ,r mLT tfii A'rlca "as heightened his military
every now nnd then, relieve their over! Ti1 p,HJ f r",wh , rc'mtatlon t0 8,lch CXM that he
strung nerves by an outburst of hoarse f." f uZ" 1, ". J"lV !?' actually become a go.i to the aver
chcerlng. or by braying penny trump- S ,?, , ae mnn ln " " Ycl ho Is unl
et!. Tho tone of King Edward's mes- "'; 'hv" ntab. " Jh "h,nllV versally admitted to hate next to
sago to the people, and the absence 1?!? "L", '' l .f, lIh6rV",,,f? ohlnB In common with his country
therein of any note of exultation seems, ?'atcs,,K.mba!.s?r' Josp'.' 'fT1? men or their government.
hnu'ntini in Imtrn act n it trA nvnmtiln
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and. while giving free vent to their own
satisfaction, the Drltlih are showing
emnll ilnalrn tn r.rnu' nt'ar tlinlt lntu
" ' .
Flags and bunting are everywhere
displayed, church bells nrc ringing,
salutes arc being fired and there Is gen
eral Jubilation on all sides.
Crowds of suburbanites roured Into
London at an early hour nnd converg
ed toward the usual centers, tho Man
sion House. Royal Kxchange, Trafalgar
Square, etc., and quickly bedecked
themselves with tiny flags, buttons
nnd badges. At Intervals some cnthu-
slast started singing "God Savo tho
lting, which was taken up by the
happy throngs and was heard for miles
th'.ugh the neighboring streets from'
nnn nn.1 nt 'fit, m.trnnnlla tt tlm f.tl,r
The earliest demonstrations on tho
Stock Exchange, where tho members
arrived an hour earlier than usual,
I commenced at the bidding up of South
Airlcnn securities ana consols, on tno ucnerai ueiarcy, acting ror tnelr re- whoso Information regarding the con
official opening, "God Savo tho King" .spectlve burghers, desiring to terminate dltlon in South Africa has often been
was sung by all present nnd a telegram tho present hostilities, agree to the better than tho Government's and
I was dispatched to Lord Kitchener as following terms: , 'whose Interests there aro almost as
I follows: j "The burgher forces In the field will great us the empire's, declare that Lord
I "The members of the London Stock forthwith lay down their arms and rtitchener Is the savior of the country.
Exchange Join with tho rest of tho hand over all their guns, rifles and am- Pretoria, May 31. Acting President
! British Empire In rejoicing at the end munition In their possession or under Stcyn of tho Orange Free State Is suf
of tho lengthened campaign. Peacn their control, desist from further re-. ferlng from paralysis and will not par
j with honor Is a fitting prelude to peace. - slstanco and acknowledge King Ed- tlrlpato further In the peaco conference
i ful celebrations. Heartiest congrntu- ward VII as their lawful sovereign. The nt Vereenlglng. He has been given hit
I latlons to your Lordship nnd brnva manner and details of this surrender parole and has gone to Krugersdorp,
I boys." I will bo arranged between Lord Kltch-I nbout fifty miles southwest of Pretoria.
' O'C-OO-J-O-t-OO O O00000000-0 o ooooco
I On board tho transport IJuford aro
,J. P. Steffncr and William H. fllshop,
respectively manager and secretary jf
!tho Phlllpplno Department ot llio Fi
delity and Deposit Company of Mary
land. They are going to establish
such department In Manila. Mossrs.
Btcflner ana Illshop appear to bo brisk
young men of affairs. This morning
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GENERAL LORD KITCHNER
The members of the Stock Exchange
then marched to the Mansion House
nnd serenaded the Lord Mayor, Sir
Joseph C. Dimsdale and afterward ro-1
ru;l,rb"o:r wm,m,t h h
for l r tt r '
La,Pr '" tl,c lU' nl Pvrc ul aml "
cabinet meotlne In linwtilne street M.
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trnc,C(' Immense crowds. Thousand
"' i""i'"-- i ui uunui vi mo
t-a timet. .Ministers nnu tno scenes wnuu
greeted the favorites have not been
equalled In ninny years.
Many of the Ministers wore court
dress, on account of being present at
tho levee, which added to the attract -
ivcncss of the occasion. It Is almost
needless to say thot Joseph Chamber.
ljlln f-nmn In fni- nsnivlnl nffnnflr.n
and a number of special coronation on
ww TcCgrams wen
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recelved from all pn'rts of the provinces
I testiiying to tno extreme joy ten ny an
I classes of business at the conclusion ot
I testifying to the extreme Joy felt by all
BOERS MUST SUBMIT
London, June 2. The demand for ac-
commodatlon of tho House of Com-
mons this afternoon, to hear the state-
ment of the First Lord of the Treasury
and Government leader, A. J. Dalfour,
was unprecedented. Sir. Unlfour aros-)
at 2:40 p. m. and announced the terms
of peace In South Africa ns follows:
"His Excellency, Lord MUner; His
' TTrnllnnrV Mr Qtat-n flnn-ir-il llrnm.
ner, General C. It. Dc Wet anil Judge
Hertzog. acting In behalf of the Orange
ree state and General Schalk-llurgcr,
General Itcltz, General Louis Dotlin and
they called on Henry Smith, chlff
clerk of tho Judiciary, who Is tho des
ignated officer for Hawaii on whom
service may be nindo for the Union
Surety nnd Guaranty Co. of New York
and l-iiiladelphla, and tho Citizens'
Trust and Guaranty Co. of Washington,
D. C. Also they called on Judgo
Humphreys, to whom they had letters
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
cner and Commandant rscncr.il Iloilm.
assisted by General Delarcy nnd Chief
Commandant He Wet. I
"Second-All burghers outside tho
?' " n I,m, r
lllvcr fonoy. nnd nil prisoners of war'
nt """ '"' " Afrlrn. who,
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........ , ...... ull ,..,.., im-iuiiui,
( their acceptance of the pos'tlon of suli-
jects or i tin Majesty, lie iimpgnt b.i U
to their homes ns toon us means or
transport ran lie provided .mil means
of siiliiistent-e nssiiicd.
' KlTCllNFR N FMslNfi STIR
! "" """'" J nlJMU -MAIA
London, May 31. One of the most
' . '
1 As Lord Kitchener's star has ascend
U WJ IIU3 I.UIU UUIItJIlS UVIlllieU. 1 UV
Bcneral optimism of the old fighter who
t. nr... n,.nlia,.i. I-, .i.n . .
Is now commander-ln-chlct grates so
:., , , ",
"Itterly upon a people severely over
taxed for the war which Lord Roberts
go long ago declared finished, that tho
spontaneous popularity which made
him the hero of tho Jubilee procession
could never bo repeated at the corona-
, tlon. Indeed, It Is moro likely to be
transformed Into a hostile demonstra-
tlon. In which General Huller's namo
may be greeted with cheers,
. However, peace Is undoubtedly the
question of the hour, and Lord Kltch-
' cner Is once more the man of the mo
ment Ixird MUner may or may not
! have played an Important part In tho
' peace neEotlatlons. but popular and no-
. It.lnl n.l..lnn. .l. -.,. .. at i-
of tho Egyptian forces tho bringing
about of the present negotiations.
This feeling Is by no means confined
to outsiders. Great financial magnates,
At a meeting of tho Republican Ter
ritorial Central Committee Tuesday
night, the resignation of T. McCants
Stewart was accepted and that of J,
A. Kennedy was deferred. It might bo
stn. . here that Mr. Kennedy s roslg.
nation is not only from tho chairman
shin but from tho commlttoo member.
ship. At tho moctlng thu following
resolution was adopted:
Whereas, it has come to tho notlco
of this committee that certain public
corporations aro employing Asiatic la
bor when ample labor is to bo had
from among tho voters of this Tcrrl
tory; therefore, bo It
Resolved, That It Is the sense of this
meeting that tho secretary write to the
Superintendent of Public Works re
questing that all privileges which may
have been or mny hereafter bo re
quested by such corporations bo denied
to them as long ns they contlnuo to
employ Asiatic inbor when labor from
among tho voters of this Territory Is
Major Woltcr, proprietor of tho Occi
dental hotel at King and Alakea streets
complains of Intolerable stench from
tho storm fewer opening from under
tho hotel's front curbstone. Ho says
ho has complained to all In authority
without receiving any satisfaction, He
Is not tho only ono having such a com
plaint, nor his place the only ouo sub
ject to the nuisance. Evidently tho
sewers need Hushing.
(Dy Wireless Telegraph.)
Walluku, June 12. Tho big Inter
Island baseball game played here yes
terday between Walluku and Illlo
teams was won easily by Walluku
Score, 18 to 2.
Governor Dole pardoned Attorney C.
C. Hitting after his. serving of five out
of fifteen days' confinement for con
tempt of court.
The America Mnru was sighted off
Walmanalo this afternoon at 1:30
o'clock. She will probably get Into
nort at about 4.30 p. m.
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rholo 1 IUImU Shl'lr.
GENERAL LOUIS BOTHA.
ABANDONS ITS PLAN
Na Search Will Be Made For Ship
Fannie Kerr President of Com
pany Counsels Against
Arrangements had been made Tues
day afternoon by which the directors
of the Inter-Island Co. decided to send
out tho steamer .ulkahala after the der
elict Fannie Kerr, whose captain and
crew arrived hero from Kauai on Tues
President John Ena, after having had
n talk with Captain Gibbons of tho
wrecked vessel, decided that It would
be simply throwing away money to
send the Miknhala out so he counseled
ngalnst it and saw the directors, with
the result that yesterday, coaling oper
ations, looking toward a departure of
tho vessel today, wero slopped.
Captain Gibbons stated ln his talk
with Mr. Ena that when ho left tho
Fannie Kerr, the fire was raging aft, so
that upon the arrival of the Mlknhnla
near her. she would be down by tlM
iioso and It would bo next to Impossi
ble to tow her to port. A time when
the coal forward should have been
burned would have to bo awaited befoiu
any towing could be dono.
It was further stated that no doubt
the vessel's keel would novo been
warped badly and the plates along the
sides ln closo proximity to the water
would havo become corrugated by tho
Repairs could not be made hero and
It would bo necessary to get the vessel
to San Francisco before anything could
be done. All this would Involve great
expense nnd very little. If any, money
could be made out of the venture.
For baby carriages and sowing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Hoffschlaegcr Co., Ltd.
The price is $5.00
A natty drcHt shoe. Uncqualed fop
Htylc and finish. Wcnm well, lookti
well, fccltt well and Ih moderately priced
Two (JcncrntlonH have lenrnetl that the
name HEYWOOD on a bIioc Ih a guar
antee ot Its beauty.
Shoe Store 1057 fort st,
business man Insures his stock '
nnd keeps his policy paid up. The
successful business man Insures -f-
his trade by Judicious and contln- ? '
uous advertising. It,
Naked Truth. ,
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FltlOB 5 0EKT8.
KAIIUKU STRIKES FLOW
AT A MODERATE DEPTH
New Well Opened Ulose to Mill
Water Beautiful QualityAll
Plantations Alone; Line
A beautiful eruption took place at
Kahuku Sugar Company's mill yester
day. It was In tho form of a 29lnch
head of water surging up from a now
artesian well. This splendid flow was
struck at a depth of 390 feet, the well
having been sunk within tbreo or four
yards of the mill In a corner between
tho main building and the wing con
taining the centrifugals. Tho water Is
Ice cold and clear as crystal, without
any brackish taste, and will supply tho
mill. At present water for milling Is
siphoned under tho railroad track
near thu station from a well behind
tho plantation restaurant which, as
compared with tho new bore, has a
head of 22 Inches. . Kahuku Is fortu
nate In Its probably exhaustless water
resources, which might have been pre
dicted by anyone who had ever seen,
tasted and felt the water of the under
ground pool at tho homestead of tho
lata John C. Lane,
The cnoo Is looking well upon all of
tho plantations along the line ot tho
Oahu railway, as people who tooR
their outing that way yesterday con
testify. On the former desert plain of
Moanalua tho rich growth obtained by
the Honolulu Plantation Company Is
a cheering sight. Walalua Is going to
have a splendid crop this season, with
prospects of oven brighter huo for
next year. Ewa Is planted clear down
al Walmanalo on tho border of Waia
nae. Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
TEL. MAIN 189.
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