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If Mount l'elee of Mai Unique bears a
close relationship to Hawaii s Fele.
Hilo Is In a fair vwi) to oiler the great
t Fourth of Jul) nitration of many
It Is said General Miles refused to ait
as honorary pall beater at Admiral
Sampson s funeral. If (his be true, ami
It lus not been denied. General Miles
and Senator Wellington of Marjlamt
make a good pair
The advlie of the Senate committee
that cerllnrates for lire elnlms awards
be withheld till Congress has ailed 11
timely. It ought to be readily accept
ed b the claimants since tile appro
priation sought will not only satisfy
them tint will aid matt Holly In promot
ing gmeral prosperltj b keeping thd
Federal revenue mone In Hie Ttrrl
torj Den Influential fone this Ter
rltoij ran muster should be centered
on favorable ndlon liv Congrss
Again Ihe Merchants' Association has
accomplished n positive result. Tim
proposed street cleaning brigade will,
us the committee report states, save
the mercantile houses more than tlio
cost of maintenance, and nl the same
time give the business section of tho
town a good appearance that counts
for a great deal Street cleaning should
properly be carried on by a municipal
government but, ns Honolulu has no
such organization and the Territorial
treasur has no money It Is at least
gratifying that the city has an active
mercantile bod) read) to not onl ad
vance Its own interests but carr) for
ward work that raises city standards t
somewhere near a modern plane
London May fi Iltet llarte tho
Amerh an nutho" died puddenl) last
night at the Itul iTouse, Cnmberlcy,
near Aldershut from hemorrhage,
caused by an affection of the throat,
Mr llirte has Im n suffering from
swelled IoiihiIs since December last,
but he did not consider the attack to
be serious A week ago he went to vis
It friends at Camberle) and was pies
e.nt at lunch as usual yesterday Hn
suddenly became III In the nlternoon,
went to bed and died In a few hours
Ills end was peaceful
llarte had been living quietly In
England for )ears .Most of his timn
was spent In tho country, and when In
London ho was almost secluded, hav
ing few visitors to his rooms at Lan
caster Gate, and only going to tho
houses of a limited number of Inti
mate friends Severn! months ago,
when a false report ot his death was
circulated In America, a representative,
or tho Associated Press called at hh
rooms, Mr Ilartu then appeared to
bo perfectly well Ho laughed heart
ily ami quoted Mark Twain's old ray
ing about thu report being gieatly ox
"Except for n little cold " said Mr.
llarte, I have no ailments or com
plaints While I am getting to he a
pretty old man," pointing to his snow
white hair. ' thcro Is lire in the old
dog )ct," and thereupon he Tit a clgat
so largo that it would havo done credit
to nny of his Poker Flat friends Ho
was hoping, hu said, to do more work,
but ho confessed he was growing lazy,
The steamers Nllhau and Walalealff
arrived from Kauai this morning hav
ing left that Island almost simultan
eously. Tho Nllhau brought 3500 bags
of Makeo sugjr which Is at present
being loaded Irto the Acme at the rail
road wharf. Ihe Walaleale's load Is
being put Into the Callfprnlan .
Purser Devcrlll reports that In tho
largo warehouse at Kealla tho tiers of
bags ot Biigar which wero piled In It,
suddenly fell down, about 20.000 bags
bolng thrown In confusion The side
of tho housu was damaged to some ex
tent and a good deal of damage resulted
from the bursting of the bags Tho ex
act extent of the damago could not I'D
ascertained through the telephone.
When tho Nllhau left Kaiml, tho
steamer Kauai was at Kilauca loading
Hiigar. Sho had 1S00 bagB on board,
Tho Hall had Just begun to load at
Ahuklnl The schooner Allan A was
loading at Makawcll and tho bark Ed
vvnrd May was loading at the samei
place. 1 ho Kohala was at Kle'elo dis
charging General buokbiudlng, rutins, (eliding,
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at tho EVENING BULLETIN.
BRET HIRTE MB
I FID I
AUTHOR SHOT DEAD
BY OWN BROTHER
Sensational Trag dy Ends Family
Difficulties of Long Standing
Murderer Takes His Own
New York, Ma 8 Paul Leicester
ford, the novelist was shot through
the heart b) his brother, Malcolm
Webster Ford, this morning The mur
derer then turned tho weapon upon
himself and gave himself an almost
exactly similar wound. The two Groth
ers died within a few feet of each oth
er Malcolm Immediately and alone,
face downward on tho floor and Paul
a half-hom later on a conch close by,
with his wife of less than two jears'
married life weeping over him There
was but one witness of the murder
and suicide Miss Hall, secretary of
the novelist nnd through her but one
sentence of nil that was said Tn tho
moments preceding the shooting has
reached the public When Malcolm
ninilc his fluent and drew his revol
er Paul stnrteii to his feet "All
right 1 want to die bravely' ho said,
and facing his brother and enem), ho
received the bullet In his breast
There had hem a dispute over mon
ev matters before this and the words
that were said rankled vvllli all tha
cumulative bitterness of ten jrnrs of
famllv quarreling, for Malcolm was
the disinherited son of a millionaire
father Paul was the spokesman mid
leader of the six children to whom tho
estate had been left nd with tt went
all the opposition of two totally un
like characters For Paul Ford, au
thor of "Janice .Meiedlth," of "The
Hon Peter" Stirling' and other novels
anil biographical works, was no ress
famous In his field than Malcolm, thu
holder of the win Ids records for run
ning high Jumps and running broad
Jilmps. was In his. llut Malcolm's
splendid ph)slque was broken down
bv his experiences' nnd troubles till ho
was probably mentally Irtcsponslble,
while Paul, the liunenbnckod cripple,
wns clear and strong nnd brave In tho
crisis of his life.
It wns because Malcolm was an nth
lete that the father, Gordon L Ford
disinherited him The ambitions or
the father, who was once the publish
er of the New York Tribune, were for
l.icrar) careers for Ills threo boiis
Worthlngton C Ford, the oldest onco
chler of tho United States Ilureau of
Statistics and Paul satlslled his Ideals
but Malcolm he could not abide Anl
when tho will was read In 1S91 nnd
Malcolm's name wns not found, the en
tire property going to the other two
sons and tour daughters Malcolm's
enmity, which resulted In todays mm
der wns planted In his heart lin
claimed thnt his brothers and sisters
had agreed to share with him Ho
claimed that they would have done It
had It not been for Paul Influence
He began n suit which oven jet Is
standing unsettled In thu courts. Ill
his dnjs of prosperity he endured this
fancied wrong without coming to vio
lence in his last two jears of strait
ened purse ho worked himself up to
the revenge thnt ho took todnj'.
It was In tho magnificent library or
the Ford family thnt tho tragedy oc
curred. Tho library, ono or tho nn
est private collections ol books In tha
I'nlted States, was established 17y th
elder Ford nnd left to his sonB Worth
lngton and Paul. It was foreign
gro u-.l to Malcolm. It Is housed in
the handsome new home that Paul
Ford built at 31) Fast Sevent) seventh
stieet Just after his mnrriage
Paul Ford was at his deal. In ono
inrncr of the room when Malcolm was
shown In n few minutes nrter 10
0 c lock In tho morning Miss Hall,
Hi. secretary was liusllj at work at
her desk Ilk another comer. There was
almost at once angry conversation be
tween the two men, but Miss Hnll
snjs she did not pay much attention
to It hcr-iiiso sho had heard similar
qua rein before She did not even
lemember what tho men said to each
Malcolm doubtless ilcmnndnl money
Ho had mndo manj Biich demands.
For jear nfter jear he had been given
what he wanted Then his demands'
wero less readily mel. Then the nl
lowances stopped Ho ragcil at tho re
; fusil, and fium his rags ho pissed to
threats Then he drew his weapon
He said nothing more. Paul said tho
words quoted above "All right, I
want to die bravely
Miss Hall heard them sharp an 1
clear on tho deadl) quiet that preceded
action Sho looked up, and almost at
once she heard tho Bhot thnt took her
emplo)er's life She saw Paul Tonl
staggering and about to fall. Heedless
of tho dangci hardly know what sho
was doing, she rushed towaul him and
supported him her arms about his
bod) Tho weight of his slight frame
rosted on her Hut almost as sho to
eelved It she saw Malcolm standing
beside her, his revolver still smoking
Panic BcUed her Sho let go of Paul
and fled Into tho hall The stricken
man groped and staggced toward the
roueh and sank upon It From out
sldo tho door Miss Hnll heard t!"
murderer Bay "Miss Hnll, como hero '
She turned nnd put her head cautious
ly Into tho room. Snn was only In
time to sen him point tho muzzle of
his revolver at his heart and Are. As
ho fell to tho door sho rushed scream
ing down tho hall.
K Imal, the Japunese sugar cxpeil
who Is ut picsent btudylng the method!
of operation at Ewu for the benefit ol
tho sugar ludusti) In rormosa has
I heard from that Island that a shipment
of sevent) -five bass of seed cane of the
rose bamboo variety vvnlch he sent
somo time ago, has arrived From 15 to
20 per cent of tho cuttings were In n
damaged condition when they nirivel
but the rest has been planted and
piomlbcs to do well
Mr, Imal will Ma) In Ewa for about
b.x months He will then go to Olnn
where he will stay about three monthi
and finally tnko a trip around to tha
plantations on Maul and Kauai before)
he returns to Japan and Formosa.
CAREER OF NOTFD CATHOLIC
DIVINE CLOSED IN DEATH
One of the Leading Roman Catholics
of His Day- -Had Been
111 For Some
New York, Mny 5 Archbishop Mi
chael Augustine Corrlgan died nt
11 05 o'clock tonight, aged 02 jears.
The death of the Archbishop came as
n great surprise and shock to those In
tho archl episcopal re I silence. It was
more so to the general public, for tho
lilt bulletin of tho day was that sn
ceitaln wero the physicians of nn Im
provement of the patient thnt thcro
would be no more bulletins tonight
Up to 10 30 o clock there was no evi
dence of collapse. In fact, tho Arch
bishop, nt 10 10 o'clock, talked with
About 11 o'clock, however the trnln
I'd nurses who had charge at (he bed
side noticed n change Acting on In
structions the phjslclnns wero tele
phoned tor At tho samo time tho
Arcthblshops two brothers were sum
moned to the room, ns well as n num
ber of priests It was quickly seen by
the ph)slclans that the end was at
hand, and In less than n quarter of nn
hour the prelate waa dead Ills last
moments vw-ro peaceful and without
evidence of suffering.
Archbishop Michael A Corrlgan vvai
burn In Newark, N J on Augut 1),
1810 His parents wero born In Leln
ster Iieland nnd coming to'thia ccun
tr) earl) In life, acquired means Biif
fli lent to give the children li liberal
eduiatlon. i no Archbishop was scut
to St Mnr)'s College at Wilmington
Del , going thence to .Mount St Ma
i s College at Fmmltsburg, .Mil.
where his billllant recotd ns a stu
dent attracted considerable attention
Here he developed the executive qual
Hies which weie In lifter jears to niahn
hi in the spiritual ruler over the great
est see In the United StnUs He had
early In life cherished the wish tei
enter the priesthood, and slmrtlj after
he finished nt Mount St. Mary's. In
1859, tho Idea he had so long nurse 1
was In a fnlr wny or realization For
tho purpose or taking orders he went
to Europe to pursue his studies nnd
wns one or tho thirteen students with
whom the American College' nt Homo
wns opened Here he spent two jenrs
In the preliminary studies ot the col
lege and then cnteied upon his theo
Mgr Corrlgan was ordained priest
September VJ. 1SU3 bj Cardinal Patrl
zl, In the Latcran Haslllca In lSt4
ho won tho degree or doctor or ellvln
ltj and In July or thai jear sailed for
America, nnd reporting at once to
Archbishop Hayley nt Newark, N J.,
was asslgnea to tho professorship of
dogmatic theology nnd sacred Scrip
tuie, ns well as to tho directorship of
Scton Hall College. Ho later beeamo
vice president, and when scaico 28
)cnrs old became president of this Im
portant Catholic institution of learning.
In 1870 Archbishop Ha) ley visited
Home', nnd Dr Corrlgan, during hlb
absence, became tho administrator
nnd vlcnr general of the dioccso of
Newark On May 4, 1&73. he wns con
secrated by Archbishop McCloskj-. He
was In charge ot tne Nownrk dioccso
for seven jears nnd during that tlmo
dedicated fortj-tvvo new churches, eon
sec rated tho Cathedral and founded
u number of new rcltUoits commuul
nltles He also rounucd a icfugo for
erilng women and a reformatory for
He afterward, because of his suc
cessful administration of tho Newuik
diocese was selected the coadjutor of
Caidiual MeCloskv. On October I
1XSU he wns raise dlo the uchlcpisco
pal see of I'etrn mid made coadjutor
lie v s alto given tlie rlrflit ot smec3
Jon Archbishop Corrlgan succeeded
to the see of New York upon the death
of Caidlnnl MeCloskv In October
1RII" flu elloecho ol New euk Is per
haps the most linpoitant In the I nltecj
States, mid coutuli.s about kn,, o
The elite of Honolulu ngaln filled the
Opera House last evening to vvltni'Si
Hederlck Wnrdc and his excc-llei.t
company In Othello.
I This phi which depicts the human
passions in every form anil runs the!
gamut from Jealousy to murder and
suicide bus alvvnjs been n favoilte
with the theater-going public and Is
b) man) students and famous actens of
Sliakespeilan rolca considered one of
of Shnkespcnro's masterpieces.
I The stmy of tho fair Desdemona and
the lllnck Moot of Venice Is familiar to
ever)one but the senentlon that Fred
erick Warde creates as Othello will not
suffer an eclipse by comparison with
an) of his roles. Certnlnl) tho mur-
ider scene, where Othello, torn between
I his great love foi Desdemona and his
' Jealous suspicions of her, repeatedly
kisses her ns Bho lies Bleeping bo fair
, to look upon, before ho smothers her
with a pillow and ends her struggles
with a knife thrust, gives Mr Wnrde
opportunity ror ono of the most effec
tive tragic delineations that stands to
his ci edit. -v
Miss Antoinette Ashton looking hvvcet
and winsome, gave a splendid portraval
of tho poor, luckless Hcsdemonn Miss
Virginia Drew Trcscott as Emella wns
particularly strong In the denounce
ment of her scheming husband, Iago.
In fact, the whole ciiBt was well-nigh
perfect, giving Mr Wardo a Biipport
beldam eepinlled. and tho lesult was a
Mulshed In every sense
Charles D Heimnn as the villainous
Ingo Harry JolinMono as Casslo his
lieutenant, and John (' Hyncs ns the
foolish Hodcrlgo, each won a personal
tilumph for thcli reading of the Hues
and their splendid Interpretation of tho
action of the play Often the' npplnuse
was deficient, the audience seeming
spellbound bj the 'scenes before them
At tomorrow's matlneo "The Mer
chant of Venice" terminating with tho
famous trial scene, will be given This
Is suro to be another triumph In the uit
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty three jenrs In the manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BROODERS
becauso It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only true
that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders nre mado ot the best lum
ber In tho world, but everv other nrtlclo used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, nnd tl ercforo these "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Droodtro occupy tho samo relative position
to all other Incubators and Biocders that tho mighty Callfo'rnla
Redwoods do to other trees.
It la worth your while to rend In our late catalogue "A Hit of
Incubator History" You ma) have n catalogue freo by writing
for It. An invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AcntH (op the Territory of llnwnll
This is an " IDEAL " PHAETON
One ot an " IDEAL " Li
C F. Herrick
1SS Merchant St., next to Stnnjjenwnld Building.
BIG STRIKE OF COAL
JOHN MITCHELL. PRESIDENT
Scianton Pa, May 8. Tonight tho
situation In the threatened miners'
strike hangs on answers that aic ex
pi eted to como to a proposal of arbi
tration emnnatlng from this morning s
session of tho miners' convention
1 tils proposal was evidently ugrced
upon informally during the night, ror
It was only forty five minutes from tho
tlmo thu meeting convened until tho
adjournment. President Mitchell at
tuo cluso or tha session gave out tho
' The oxecutlvo committee of tho
Anthraclto Mlno Workers' organization
have proposed that all questions at is
sue between themselves and tho un
tbraclto mlno opcratois bo submitted
to an Impartial hoard of arbitration.
such board to be selected by tho In-
!" fca nu f- M Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa
of netlng with Mr. Warde as Shjloek,
the rich old Jovv. In tho evening comes
Lord I.ytton'g beautiful play, "Illche
llen," and both of these are sure to bo
greeted by overflowing houses
Will Hum Oil.
San Fianelsco, Mn) 7. Tho American-Hawaiian
which left New York for tills poi l.ut
Manila), will ho comcited Into an oil
burner upon lici nrilval heie Piepn
jtlons for the change am ulieady In
piogiess lit the Union Iron Works Tho
Alaskan, which left hero nbout two
weeks ugo, will also bo convened upon
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only V a vear.
WMuiM' . . sSrs!,Jr iwi'wr1rV.w-iv;H
Built atter an " IDEAL " Design
Sold at an " IDEAL " Price
OF UNITED MINE WORKERS
dustrlnl branch of the National Civic
Federation This pioposltlon has he-en
sent to the operators by wire. Tho
committees nro now nwaltlng leplles"
Telegrams nnnnunrlnt- fbtu nMInn
wore sent to tho presidents or tho nlno
big collieries and several officers of
tho Civic Federation President Mitch
ell declined to mnko public tho full
tet of tile telegrams
Tonight a telegram was received
tnrongh a private source stating that
Senator Hautia had declared unlcqiilv-
'ocnlly that the report that arbitration
had been refused by the operators was
not true. It Is the prevailing opinion
hero that unless tho operators agree
to arbitration or mako somo counter
I proposition which will contain a sub
siuniiai concession tne commute t of
I miners will declare a strike,
pa P k Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa Pa
London, Slay 3. The St. cPtersburg
correspondent ot the Dally Express
says In a dispatch that Count Ilobrl
koff. recentl) Covei nor General of Fin
land, has been appointed Uusslan Min
ister of War In succession to General
Kmopatl.ln, and that Count Lamsdorf
hus beiii leplaced as Minister of For
eign AlialiB by Vice Admltal Allexl
elt, commander In chief or the land and
sea roiccs of Itusal.t In East Asia, who
lias given up tho latter post
Manila, Mny C A soldier has died
of cholera on boird the United State?
trnnspoit Wnrren In quaruntltio bete
I lor crow nnd passengeia huvo been
landed by tho United Stntes ship Mcrl
voles. Tho Warren will bo fumigated
and undergo another live days' qu-jr-untitle
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar Keflnery Company ot
Daldwln Locomotive Works of Phlla
dolphin, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt St. Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high grade Ferti
lizers for Cnno and Coffee.
Recd'a Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parartlno Paint Co.'s P.& II. Palnta and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tho Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Wnlmea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho rulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Illakc Steam Pumps.
Tho Now England Llfo Insurance Co.
Tho Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN Ltd
II. P. Tlaldwln President
J. n. Castle .....First Vice President
W. M. Alexander. .Second Vlco Prcs
J. P. Cooke Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretiry
Oeo. It. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AOCNTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Itallroad Co.,
Win, G. Irwin & Co
Win. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claua Sprcckcls Vlco President
W. M. GliTard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. nnd Sec.
Oeo. J. Ross Auditor
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OF SAN ritANCISCO, CAL. .
LIFE and FIRE
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I Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomen Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makce Sugar Co .Haleakala Ranch Co.
iuu iiauiers una of Ban Francisco
i-acKeis, unas. Llrower & Co.'s Line of
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Robertson, Manager; 13. F. Bishop
Treasurer nnd Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
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Union Gas Englno Co.
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OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder. Vice President;
(J. U. flPflV Trnnaii.A.i A
Secretary. "'" " uear'
DIRECTORS -. J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wlldor. A. V. a,., r ti A
J. D. Hole. A. w. kwv. t .' .-7.1'
Jr J. M. Little, H. 8. rioy'd. ' '
A. V. GEAR.
Office Hours; 12:30 i;xp p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000,000
..u up v,njuiii Jen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.710,000
HKAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
The Itnnlr hliva nn4 .
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts"
and Letters nf Credit ,nd i..,,. .
general banking business.
0 Fl"d Par enr
DVOiH' t Por nnurn.
For 12 months 4 -l
For 6 months si "
For 3 months 3
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 11, King Street
AT IIAMOA, MAUI,
Mill MarhllinrV rnmnlntn nr In nit
consisting of ono 30"xC0" 6 roller mill,
H. I. Wks. mnke, Putnam Engine,
Vac. Pan, Doublo Effects, Clarlliers,
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcels of land. Interest In Hu!
Lnnds, Houses, Worlc Animals, Carti,
Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts.
For nartlenlnrj nnnlv in mi i n
MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa. Maul, or
10 u. U1CUVVHK & COMPANY, LTD,
Dated Honolulu, March 4th, 1902.
The weekly nrittlnn nf th Pu.hIhm
Bulletin Is lh lnrnRt anH h m.K.
Ilshed In the Territory. Sixteen and
ivvenxy pages. i a year.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Pol&ui
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ftcr Threat, ftajpU, fopptr CUr4 Bpott, Clfr
Uj part f tb Ud, lUIr . I;brow fftllUg !, wrttl
Cook Remedy Co.
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