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ND ADVERTISE IN THE EVEININQ BULLETIN
Von. XI. No. 2U0.
HONOLULU. TKHHITOKY OF HAWAII. FRIDAY MAY 10, 1002
Puwk 5 Ornth.
Judge Little Stands High
With Federal Authorities
Fire Claims Certificates
a? V v -vrvyr
l'ort de France. MnrtiuuiK', May to, I 4(1 p m The earthquakes
have ceas-d. hut the volcanic eruptions continue.
London May 10. A cahlc company received a message from M.tr
liniiiue lotlaj saxing (lie volcanic eruption there continue"!, and that ships
arc afiaid to appioach tlic island.
St. Thomas, D.'W. I., Max 9. It is estimated now that 40,000 persons
haxe iri-lutl from the volcanic eruptions at St. Pierre, the surrounding
districts . 'ind 01: ether We-t Indian I -land.
Fort ile France. Martinique, May y. Of the 30,000 inhabitant- of
St. Picric it U thought that not a single one e-caped the terrible eruption
of lava ivoin Mount I'clee yesterday morning. Eighteen vc-scU in the
harbor weic all I timed and sunk and the total number of passenger' and
-ailots icscucil from them is thirty. All the rest are dead.
The Coventor of Martinique, M. I.. Mouttcl, xxlio started for St
Pierre the day before, has not been heard from and is thought to have
perished. His .staff Colonel and xvife xxere xxith him. Senator Knight.
President of the (Jeneral Council, must alo be dead, as xxell as Culled
States Consul ,T. T. Pruiti and all the other Consuls.
The xxiping out of the city a accomplished in a fexx minutes fter
a xxeek ol tumblings in the interior of the xolcano, folloxxed by showers
of lava dli-l Wednesday, molten lava burst out suddenly at 8 o'clock yes
terday 111 lining. St P'iirre was destroyed and all of its inhabitants killul
alnio-l 111 a txx inkling. 1 hose who saxx the eruption from thts -ea say
that massis of fire fell from the sky.
Although St. Pierre is only fifteen miles from here, it is iuipos-ihle
to approach it on -bore. Hot a-hes and ruins block all approaches. The
cable In St. Pierre is destroyed. Every available vessel has been sent
to the harbor of St. Pierre to rescue survivors, if any there be The
1-niK'h cruiser Suchet, xxhich xxas here during the night and brought the
first definite -tory of the disaster, has gone to iuailcloupe for provisions
and xx ill leach St. Pierre harbor tomorrow morning'. .It is thought that
the resident- of adjoining districts not ox-erxx helmed, xx ho xxere dependent
011 the city for their food supplies, xvill bo in danger of starvation unless
help soon reaches them.
The commander of the Suchet reported that he saxv the eruption and
xxcnl in as close to St Pierre as he dared. 11 erc-cucd about thirty
persons from ves-el- in the harbor, eight of them from the Quebec
steamei Rorauua. xxhich exploded and sank after it had been set afire by
lava. All ot the le-cueil per-on- are burned, some of them terribly. A
iiiitnbr of 1 (Ticers of the Suchet were sent ashore in small lioats. but they
wee unable to penetrate the town. They saxxjicap of bodies upon the
xvharxcj, but they did not see a single living being. They report that not
a single vessel iii the harbor endured the torrent of tire, all burning and
sinking. The commander of the Suchet believes that not a single person
in St. Pieiri at the moment of the outburst escaped: that the entire town
i- de-t nixed, and that probably many of the surrounding parishes are dev
astated. The cable repair ship (trappier of the West Indian ami Panama Tel
egiaph Company wa- 111 the harbor and xxas one of the veeK destroyed.
I cing 0111 of the fir-t ships to disappear. ,
Th Roraima xxa- owned by the Quebec Steam-hip Company. Cap
lain Muggah wa- 111 charge of it, and l' Fnce. Mr-. 1. J. I nee and Mr-Stokc-
were among the pa enger-.
Anothn vccl that xxa- recently at St. Pierre and was probably
slill there, and consequently lo-t. was the Anna !". J. Morse, owned by
J. S. Win-low K. Co.. of Portland, Me. Captain Paiker was in charge
1 le arrixed at St. Pierra two weeks ago. 1
The manager of the Francais sugar factor here tried to reach St.
Pierre today, but failed, tie came back, reporting tuat the coast was
covered xxitli a-hes. the toxxn enveloped in dust, and lauding impossible.
I'exv details o? any kind can be obtained about the preliminary
stages of the eruption. Cable connections with St. Pierre were broken
Tuesday and Wedne-dax , probably by earthquake shocks. On Wednes
day a shower of ltoiling mud is said to have descended on a factory txxt
miles from St Pierre, wrecking it and killing inanx cmploxes.
Delayed Till Congress Acts
Washington, I) 0 May .1 1 (I. Pratt lias had a conference whh Senator Voraker thalrman of the Com
mittee on I'nclllc lidnuds nl which the latter undented that a lomplvte statement of all the fncts and clrcum
sinners connected with the epidemic of bubonic plague la Honolulu and the fire losses growing out of Its sup
pression lie prepared and submitted lo his innunlttcc on MoiidnR,noxt.
Mr Pratt has been propntliiK "ch a Btntement and with It will submit extracts from correspondence he
tween the Inle Piesldent MrKlnlej and Ooxernur Dole. xh'icln tlio President illrocteil the appointment of a
commission to adjust the losses, lie will nlso submit the official reports of I)r Carmlchncl as lo the existence
and mallgnlt) of the plague mill is degne of fntnllty He will also submit statements from hie Tionsitry l)e
paitmcnt showing the amounts renlUeil Hum the rollcttlon of uiftoms i'.ii les In Ilnwnll since nnnexntlon lets
he cuei of collection t'pon submission of these Htateini ills the commltleu Mill decide upon the untitle of the
bill to be submitted and whether desirable to liitrtitliiie It n u Independent measure or ns nil nmondtnoM lo
either the Siindiy Civil or llelltlencj Appropi Inllon bills. If nuepled as an iimendment to one or the npproprla
ilnu Idlls ninnies for Its niloptton xvotilil be sr'-nlh Inciensed
It Is understood tlmt iiiemliois of the Pat lilt Islands Commlltre ami or the House Committee 011 TVirltotles
are of the opinion that It would be III advised for the I'lre Claims Commission to Issue ceitlllcnles lo clnlmints
pendliiR t onsli'.eration of the matter beie At the urailnu Xlontlnj. Messis George It Carter Caypli'SH, MiCrns
rlu Smith and Hatch of Hnwall will he present.
It Is understood that the .lapaneie. Chinese and Portuguese Mlnlsteis resident here will Join In an Identltnl
notn to the rjoveinment of tho United States leipiesllng that the fire claims losses lie adjusted by the United
States (loxcrnment nt as early a day as practicable. The note will recite that many of the sufferers are eltlrens
or the t'ountrles represented by the slgneis. nntl that the long delay In paying the losses sustained by tnem
through the nttlon or the United Stalls Government Is working, a hardship upon them from which they have no
lellef except through the Cox-ernment or the United Htates 'XVhlle not attempting to coerce 01 unduly hasten
the United 'States, the sexeral Ministers -will nsl; that, ns n matter of canity and Justice, tho losses sustained
by their countrymen be adjusted and paid 1 J- A. IIHKCKONS.
tt fu Mi r Re r Pa f n 1 rr. n n r ijs pjb p ra n r fi.a n pa ! fa f is Mt Pa r r r s f-a ra
Washington D. C Ms I -Jutltse Gilbert F Little spent sexeinl days
In the capital durliiR the past week prior to his leturn to Hawaii
Speaking 01 tho nttlon of President Iloosevelt In his retention of (!ov
ernoi Dole und his ciidorsemctit of his adminlstiatlon, Judge Little snld th
Preside lit would lie glen, regardless 01 how the Dole administration Is re
garded the earie st and loyal support of the Hep'lhllcans of Hawaii Whllo
Judge Little was endorsed and n conimended b many strong and InHueu
llnl Republicans here and In the Islands for the (luxornorshlp, ho declined
while here to sa or do aujthlug in his own behalf and In his sexeral Inter
lous with the Piesldent did not In an ay obtrude li'lraself upon the Prcs
Itlent s notice as n rnudldato.
Judge Little stands high In the estimation of the President, and crjovs
the personal friendship of more Influential members of Congress and of not
I'djmcn In public life than any other xlsltor wut tomes U Washington from
thf Islnnds His vlnlt hero was a constant oxnttdn nnd ho cordiality and
irleiidlliii'ss shown hint was In marked contrast to the lark of attention
shown to tlio lioxenuir saxe li sonio of his political supporters
j. a iiui:ckuns.
WOULD CINCH MARSHALL
Manila, May 'J The Government is
dissatisfied with the scntenic of the
editor or the Volcano, and has nppe.il"d
to the Supreme Court in an endcaxor to
obtain 11 heavier sentence The editor
or the Volcano was senlrn nl Apill 2i
Inst to one dn s Imprisonment and to
iay a tine or tiuu lor iR'iuunuiu me
unioMil or the .lutlge who I ml fined
Scnor Vatdrz. editor of the Ml.tn.
Washington May 2 -The Sen-
- ate today agreed to au amend- -
ment to the sundry civil bill, pin-
xldlng 4for a rexcnue enttei fin
Hnwall. Or the $.'00,000 provided -
$100 000 Is to be Immediately
available 'I he vessel will proli-
alil be built In San Kninilsco
ONLY THIRTY 8UIJVIVOUK.
MR. WARDITS SEASON
The bills for tomorrow presented by
Mr Warde and his rompan comprise
two of the strongest plajs of their re
pertory At the matinee Shnkespeate's
tomeily "The Merchant of X'enlce" will
bu the attraction, and In the evening
LUlon's gi safest pla. "lllchelleu.'
Mr Warde as "Shyhxk and "lllcho-
lieu" will be seen in two ot lilt most
famous Impersonations. The fmewcll
performances or the Warde season
commence next Tuesday when "Damon
land 1') thins" will be presented, "Jlac-
Make Good Record
New I laveii, Lutin., May to.
The second dual meet between the
track athletic teams ol ale I uivcr
suy anil the Cniver-ity of Caiitornia
vx.i- belt! at alc tield today. The
California team of a dozen men com
peted against thirty or more ale
athletes ui thirteen evtnts. There
were eight track contests, ami live 6tI.ikc of ,,. luiers or tho anthracite
Held ex ems. The weather xvas cokl rcglon ,lng uccn orilcrcd for Monila.
and a high wind made the coudi- . ,,., .,.. ., ,.,.
lions soiiKwhat uusatisfactoiy 1 he , mmllfi(.ntl(m uttuehttU Th, qu(.M1(m
niiuu uHii-tiuuutii: atuiii ui mui
Of Coal Miners
S Mliton Pa., Ma 9 A general
Pails Max- 'J - The tomniandci or I WashliiRton, I). C May T -'1 he Sen-' belli." Wednesday night; "Tho Moun
tl!c French imlser Sttihet hns tele-1"'" lab"t''1 1"" opportlonment teluuk,' Thursday, 'Julius Caesar"
.! 1 .,.,.,.,.,., t,nm P,r ill, Plllllf,. I '"" UIHWlumi. " f w o
Blend of Murtlnluuc. under date of I WashliiRton. May ;Mii Senate to
ti .1,,,. m,.v a , 111 m. 11. fol. I day passed the Wlkox bill, apportion-
' . Inn I. n .AKma ,. Tnv.tln.l.l UaniltAfa
II15 ill,- ,iiun VI iviiiiuimi Ddiniuin
"Have Just returned from St. Pierre
which has been lompletcly destroyed
by an Immense mass of fire, which fell
on the town nt about S o'clork In the
morning. Tho entire population (about'
2.",000 souls) Is supposed to have per
ished I haxe (nought tint k the few
Bin vImiih. about thirty All the ship
ping In the harbor has been destroyed
by file The eruption tontlniics."
CIIINliKK KUDUL8 ACTIVE.
Hongkong. May 9 Advices received
here fioni W11 Cbou say the lebels bom
barded Nan Nlng F11 tor thiee bonis
April 27th. using modern Held guns.
Pioni :iOD to 100 or the Inhabitants
were killed. Tho rebels subsequently
ulthdit'w to the hill
UAIfTIIQUAKnS IN SPAIN.
Mndild. May S KurthuuakCH were
(ill at Alu ante, Murcin aiuM'lthe, on
the southeastern coast or Spain, last
night. Panlis rollowed but thcie went
no fntnl It les.
The Evenlag Bulletin,
In Hawaii All aic to servo four years
from the date or election except tho
following, who scrxo two years: Kltst
District, X. Itusst nnd J P. Paris;
Set ond, Wllllnm White, I) Knnuha,
George It. Carter and William C Arhl:
Kourth. I II. Kahlllna.
Washington, May 9 The President
today signed the oleomargarine hill.
The marriage of llobcrt AI11111.1,
xvatihman at the Nnval Station and
Miss Knhaleukl Kula or W.il.ilua. will
bo lelebrated at thn latter place to '
morrow evening Mr. Ahuna leaves for
Wal.ilua this afternoon an I will re-
a very suitesslul piesentntlon last main there lor two weeks enjojliii;
evening by the lllleforils at the Or- his hone) moon nnd xncatlon
phcum. Mia. Iltirnctto's pretty story
was effectively dramatized, the casting 1NVITA1 ION
of the roles being partlculaily success-)
fill The bill Is lepenled loulght nnd A tordl.il Invitation Is extended to
at the matinee tomorrow when 11 all the membeis of the local lodges of
should bring out a banner house of tho Odd Fellows und ltebekahs, to atltnd
rhlldien Tomorrow night "Now York u tlanro and reception to bo given by
Day by Da" positively sees the end Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Dee at Walklkl Inn
nt a xery successful season ; this (l'rlda) ) evening at S 3 Oo'clock
PAUNTLEROY A SUCCESS
"Little Lord Kaunlleroy" was given
Washington, May 9. The omnibus
statehood bill for tho admission or Ari
zona, New Mexico nnd Oklahoma pass
ed the House without division.
Pari-, May 10. A U'lcratn fiom that the dovcrnor of the colonv, M.
t1!: ', verr.or of the Island of Guad- L. Mouttet. and Colonel Gcrhault
eloupe contains the latest news of ;mt their wives perished xvith the
the Martinimie cataclysm received. population of St. Pierre. 1
at the Colonial I mice.
After announcing that the French
ciui-cr Suchet had thirty siirvix'ors
on board, the Goxernur of Guade
loupe say s .
" lix ery thing tends to the belief
Our methods are strictly up
to date antpwe use only tlio best
materials. Ileeertlon room nl
ways open to callers You and
jour friends aic welcome.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Clock, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
nig xxas not followed. Jn todays
contest- fir-ts only counted anil the
scoring xxas by events 111-tead of
James i. Sullix-an of New Yoik
ofliciatctl a- referee.
Results: 100 yard dash Win
nie, Abadie, Californit. Time,
10 2-5 sec.
Shotput Winner, Plavv. Cali
fornia. Distance. 41 feet 4 inches.
High Jump Tie. Powell of C al
ifoniia: Chick, Caiiibrnia; jrek,
Sale. Height. 5 feet 8 inches Cal
ifornia given txxo-thirds of one
point. Score : California, 2-3 ; Yale,
us to whether the strike Is to be mnd
permanent Is left to tho decision of a
(.(invention of delegates of all local or
ganizations of mine workers, lo bo
held at Hazlctou next Wednesday.
The miners' cxecutlvo committee of
three districts met this evening and
had a three hours' session. At Us con
clusion President Mitchell gave out tlio
"Replies to our proposition to sub
mit the entire question In dispute to an
impartial board of arbitration have
been leielved ?".om Prcsldenf llacr of
the Philadelphia and Heading. Chair
man Thomas of tho Eric Hallro.nl,
President Oliphaut 9! the Delaware
ond Hudson, nil of whom refuse to Join
us In the adjustment of the differences
population of St, Pierre. 1 hax
ordered the prompt despatch of pro
visions from I'oint-a-Pitre and Has
setcrre The Suchet sails for Marti
niipie this evening. All of the peo
ple and the supplies of Guadeloupe
are at your disposal for relief."
An unending procession of in-
(Hirers ulln linvc frlemlw -mil r, ln-
jtives on the strickm island is ar
riving at the Ministry of the Colo
'nies, xxhich ha- telegraphed to e'-
cry possible source for information
A few private telegrams receixed
here renew the hope that some of
the inhabitants of St. Pierre escjfci-
The Hi-lion of Mnmnimie sent a
cablegram 'from Fort de France,
forwarded at 5:30 p. 111. ye.-teiday,
announcing the safety of Pa-tor
King, of St. Pierre, who escaped
the di-a-ter ami sought refuge at
Morne Rouge It is hoped that
others fled there.
Cable messages have been reced
ed bx the southern route All the
northern cables are interrupted.
At lea-t fifty families at Bor
deaux are bereaved. Most of the
busine-s of St. Pierre xxas transact
ed through llordcjux
Pan-. May 10 t a meeting of
tin- French Cabinet this morning
the Minister of Finance. M Oil
l.iieuv. was authonred lo expend
(Continued on page 8 )
CHOLERA IN I II LIPPINUK.
Manila, Ma) 9. The tholera xtatls
tlts to dale aro as follows:
Manila. SO? cisca nnd TOG deaths;
75 cents per zona, New Mexico nnd Oklahoma pass- the provinces, 2l.i2 cases ami HS."
ed the House without division. ! Uoutlo,,
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The Quaiantlnc Island lawsuit has the pott of Honolulu. Tho offer o. tubllshtd at Pearl Harbor, and what
been settled by u comprtimlso urrnng- compromise came Irom tho plalntirf'3 could lie done In the meantime for
ed In Honolulu und lonUrnuxI In side. It was sallsfactni) to Dr. Corcr, meeting tho quarantine requirements
Wnsblngtou This Is Impnrtnnt news who reterred It to tno I'ederal nttor- or tho port Asked regarding the tin-
tor Honolulu It means the early tals ney and the Inttcr, atter an exnmlna- proxements contemplated, I)r. Cofer
lug of tho quniaiitlnu stutlon to a Btnt- tlon of tho law phases Involved, ml- said. ,
us In keeping with tho larfte commerco vised Attorney llenoral Knox as ni- "it Is bur Intention to havo accom
of the poit nnd Its situation ns a reg- ready stnted. Dr. Cofer also laid tno mndntlon for 7S llisttlass passengers
ular calling place foi Aimy transports, matter fully before Surgeon Oeneini good enough to make them almost as
Hubert W HiecUoiiB, cnlteti states xvjnian. XX". i). smllli xvas reiaineu comfortnble as If at homo. Wo wnnl
District Attorney, received n telegram by tho Territory of Hawaii to represent to accommodate 300 second class ins
from Washington last night, stating Its interests at Wushlngton. wnllo sengers In a comfortable manner ond,
that Attorney General Knox hnd np- V M Hatch went then ns tho attor- In tho inso of. transports, provide toe
proved tho compromise. Tho word ney for tho Onhu Hallway & Land Co. erably well for HO additional soldiers,
mudo Mr IlretUons highly elated on Mi Dillingham, general superintend- "Provision would be niailo for tak
account of tho quickness or tho result rnt of the O It. & 1.. Co.. had submit- ng cnio of H sick people, not suffer
after the matter had been laid befoio ttd a scheme for n now wharf to ox- ng from tontaglous disease, among
tho Washington authorities It was tind from Sumner iBlnnd toward tne nrst class pissengeis, also nino s'ik
only 'on April 14 that Mr. Ilieckona lighthouse, irom which runwnjs would with known eontiiglous dlsenso an 1 10
wrote to the Attoiney General alxls- connect with tho quarantine station. Aslntles hnx-ltig contagious disease.
Ing him that the proposed settlement This hi home xvns not nccoplalile ei h- "llesldes the classes already 1 -en-was
a good ono In his opinion, fortify or to tho Torrltory or to Dr. Cu'er. Honed It Is the Intention to provide au
lug his mix leu with a biief covering The arrangement under the tompio- ommodatlnn for Immigrants Wn
the points of the lase. llesldes tho nilse, on tho other baud, will give the w-ant to aicotnmodato 1S00 peoplo nl
tloud of tltlo hi general. Ml Ilreckons railway much adilltlonul whaifngg togethei Arraimements will 1m made
mentioned the oxiluslve fishery rights space upon Its own torrltory for inking taie of S00 Asiatic steerage
held by the patties disputing tho Ted- Dr. Cofer was bein by a Bulletin ro- passengers
era! occupancy of tho Island. Al- porter this morning and readily g.ixu , Or Cofer said that the Idea of qunr-
though these lights were abolished b) Information regarding tho quarntluo nntlno accommodation nt tho Tcrrltn
O10 Oigaiilc Act this was done under Improvements for which tho comrio rial detention tnmp. Kallhl. hnd been
(ondltions giving n right of ledemp. mlse ot litigation paxes tho way Ho Hbimlnned before tho present settle-
tlon to the holders for two years. said the settlement of tho illsputo put ment hnd been proposed. Difficulty
I; 11 McClolInn was tlio plalntirr or an end 10 1110 iiica in Having in removu
rociinl in the ejectment suit for Qunr the quarantine station to Pearl liar-
nntlnu Island, ho representing dltTor- hor with nil the Ineonxonleine to tlio
eiit parties 1 laimlug Interests. Tho do- seiviie nnd Injury to tho Intuests of
iPtnlnut was in L 13. Cofor. Passed Honolulu whlih such a move would
Assistant Rutgion. T.lnrlno Hospital Involve Moreover It would take two
Heixlie, the c hlet quaiantine officer nt )eats bifore the stutlon tould bo cs-
.xltle Run Dead Heat betxxeiu between us It) the mct)(ls we pro-
Teal. Ya.le; Redewill. California. I"""1'
Time, 4:3 2-5. Points divided. "The executlxe committees are now
440-xan'l Kun-Winner, Moulton con"!.,,"!?B ih,c thnnces of success or
-,., -.r .., .' I possibilities of defeat should a strike
"Sale rune o:.-3 seconds. I be Inaugurated A declslxe votoon tlm
ijo-vard llttrdle inner, Clapp question win be taken this afternoon."
Yale. Time. 1(1 2-5 seconds. 1 .
With fir-t -ix events fini-hed, the The departure or the Japanese steam,
score -lauds: California, 3 I-O; ship Nippon Maru this morning was at
Yale, J vfi tended by n crowd such as Is seldom
880-xanl Run Winner, Detuing, fc,n at tllc taxing or boats or that
. "Tim,. --ni -1 "ne Tlle Territorial band was In at-
1 (lit.. 1 lllll, af .IU I'' . . ... ..
c. .. - , , . , fit tendance and there wero (loners nnd
3-t.iirc. .Ue. 3 3-0; California, iC8 in profusion. Among those who de-
3 '"'' parted w ei e John Barrett. Commission
220-xanl Dash Winner, liar- er General of the Louisiana Purchas
grave, Yale. Time, 0:23 seconds. Exposition.
Score: Yale, 4 5-6; California,' Among those who accompanied him
1 i.c,, on board the xessel to hid him good-
' hjo was Acting Goxernor Cooper. A
S. S. Alameda, May 21. next express """"'"'r of prominent Japanese rest
to Coast I3xpress closes 10 a. m day ?f"!" "f ""U e!!y. c.ro '" " .,,on,r'1
.. uiuuiiii, iitiunuii tu uepuriiiiK trientiR,
"' Ba,"nK umong them being Consul Mlkl Salto
und Mr and Mrs. Imanlshl.
The Nippon took an unusually large
number of steerage passengers from
TEL. MAIN 109. . "'Is port, being 270 Japanese and 31
Masonic Temple, with American 1 Chinese tilio left the dock cxartl) ai
Messenger Service. . llo'ilock.
Wells, Fargo & Co. Express
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