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HONOLULU. TWURITOKY 0 HAWAII. WEDNESDAY MAY 2H, 11)02
PltlOE 5 Cunts.
PELEE CRASHES FORTH FIRE
CARRIBBEAN LASHED TO FURY
OUR CONSUL'S BODY SAVED ii
HAWAIIAN FARM VALUES
Fort do Franco, Martinique, May 40.
Destruction Is again threatened by
Mont I'elee, the volcano having resum
ed an activity even greater than thnt
exhibited when St. Pierre was wiped
out of existence. For twenty-four hours
the volcnno has been In constant erup
tion nnd explosions have been frequent.
All In Fort de Franco arc filled with
Last night was one ot terror and
alarm here. The earth comcd to liavo
lost Its foundations. Up througn the
crater of Mont Pelce poured a storm of
i death. The culmination camo at an
early hour this morning when there
' occurred an explosion so terrible that
walls In this city were shaken down
As the steamship got well under waj
another flood of flro poured down from
Pelce and a broad stream of lava ran
Into the sea, while out of the sky min
ed n storm of rocks and asheff.
In Bplte of tho threatening npcct of
the volcnno It was determined later
jesterday to make another attempt to
recover tho bodies of Mr. Prntl rnd
Mr Japp, the Ilrltlsh Consul. lly per
mission I accompanied the rearchlng
party, which was divided lit) two
squads. One led by Ensign Miller went
to the site of the American consulate,
and soon had the body of .Mr. Prentls
enensed In n metallic nnd hermetically
Bcaled coflln. Six stalwart fellows
shouldered the body and started with
and the Inhabitants lied to the open It for the landing.
country. I in the meantime another pprty, led
At thlB time nothing definite Is by Lieutenant McCormlck of the Poto
known of conditions farther to tho' mac, had proceeded to the Ilrltlsh con
north. Smoke fills the air, darkening sulate about a half-mile to tho north
the sky. Ashes aro fallluu steadily. ward of the American consulate. For
When thc heavens arc filled with Haht- tunntely this wns within lew of the
nlng. as frequently happens. It cm be crater of Mont Pclec. Lieut. McCor
seen that Mont Pelce has not ceased to inick saw a column of smoke an.1 fire
throw out a great column if lava and belch from the volcano, from the side
stones. There has been n pcrle'i calm .of wlilcli a sircan oi nioiicn iavu im-i
In the air. et the waters of tho Carlb
bean are lashed to a fury. Indicating
that tho same foices that cause tho
volcano to labor nre workln-j tc-men-doug
changes at the bottom o! .no sej.
Word arc Inadequate to dosrlge tho
'nctual conditions. Disaster Is iNpeit'.d
at any moment, and In the harbor every
ship has steam up nnd is ready to slip
cable and speed away.
Deset b Imminent nnd ten. 1.1 dan
ger, a party of oflleers and men fiom
the Cincinnati and Potomn.: went
ashore at St Pleire jesterday and
brought uvvay tho body of Thomas D.
Prentls. the American Consul.
Advised to forsake their burden nnd
save themselves, tho men who wore
carrying the body refused to i'p so. On
they stumbled through an atmosphere
Dliectlng his men to make ell baste
liaik to the Potomac the lieutenant
turned aside to give warnluj to the
party which was currying away the
body of tho Amerlcnn Consul.
"For God's sake, bojs, gel to the boat
quick If you would save your ilvis," ho
gasped. "The volcano has expolJcd
and destruction Is upon u.
At that Instant there was t ciasb In
the sky, back of which It seemed as
though stoies of thunderbolts had been
forced luto one. As It died awuv tho
loud siren of the Indefatigable, wh.ch
was In tho roadstead, screamed a warn
ing. The Ilrltlsh cruiser almost Imme
diately put to sea at top speed. With
out cessation tho whlstlo of the Poto
mac was blowing. Thero was another
of the Frenchmen wis not In tears.
Under tho circumstance the presence
of mind and bravery ot the American
sailors was worthy of fho great et,'.
praise. They refused to put duvvu their
"If we die," one of ihem said. "
will die with this holy on our s'.i'.ul-
Washington, May 20. The Cell- f
4 sua Ilurcau has Issued a report on
agriculture In Hawaii which
shows that tho 2273 farms enu-
meratcd there In 1900 were valued
JC0.209.05fi, of which C per cent
f was In buildings. Tha value of
farm Implements and Machinery
was $11,481,890, and live stuck
J2.570.142. Total val'io of farm
-f property which is the- aggregate t
of tho last two figures and the
4- value of farms, show an jt'.iugo 4
agricultural lnvestmc.it per Inhab-
Itant of J 181. Tlw total value of
farm products 111 1891 was J22,-
040,741, an nvcrare of $11.1 for
each Inhabitant of lli.i Islands
ANOTHER DISASTER REPORTED
RUSH TO STREETS DSf PRAYER
ALMIGHTY PUNISHES WICKED
Fort do France, May 20. A cloud
of cinders Issued from Mont Pelce amid
awful detonations today. It Is esti
mated that 20,000 persons rushed out
Into the street of tho town shrieking
and praying. It Is reported that a tidal
tnnts of Tort de France have embark
ed on avullablc vessels In tho harbor
and In tend to seek refuge on the Island
of Ounlcloitpo or to the southward
Bt. Thomns May 20 Consternation
was caused here this morning by the
Under the direction of the Govern
ment Interment has been given to
1800 bodies, btu other hundreds lie de
composing under the tropical sun. The
official estimate of the victims of the
volcano has now been Increased to 2200.
,. . ,!,,irv...i ,-!inn ., ii, viii-,,.., i nnnenramo of a cloud streaked with I That means thnt at least 400 bodies are
of I.c Carbct. The Suchet will go at name, surmounien Dy a tap rcscmunng
once to St. l'lerf-' Many of the Inhabl-
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each second crowlnc darker and moro I nimble and tho sky was filled with
stilling. Their enrs were deafened by 'lightning. Then, as I looked backward,
tho crashes that camo from Mont Po-.lont Pelce cast upward a vast column
lee. In the roadstead the Ilrltlsh cruls- 'a mile or more high,
or Indefatigable was putting to sea, ' Ily a fortunate turn of tho wind tho
sounding her siren, which most of tho lives of an In the paity wra saved,
time, was silenced by the great nolso The ashen, gases, smoke nnd stones,
of tho mountain. j Instead of pouring Immediately upon
With steam up tho Potomac stood us weie carried out over the eea.
readv to run ns soon as tho rescuo paity Woiking among the ruins wero a lew
could get from shore and on board. To Frenchmen who had icmaludl nuhoro
the general din it added Its note of ufter their rellows nan nei in irigni.
alarm. iTheso men became panic-stricken.
Finally tho brave men weri forced They fell upon their knees and pravol
to rest their burden at the water's to be saved fnn. tno Ji-diiul'n-i which
edue. while thev mado all speed to the they feared was about to full upon
Pninmnr. Th'ev were barelv In time, them. Thev were in hlhtrrla. Not ouu
City of St. Pierre and Shipping in Harbor Wiped
Out by the Volcanic Outbreak of Mount Peiee
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Qlllll FOR FRIDAY
rbur Japanese were arrested last
night on the charge of assault and bat
tery on Kalllkol, the keeper of the Ka
wralahao cemetery, who was attacked
Monday afternoon last and had a mi
raculous escape from being latally In
jured. A number of the Japancso con
1(1 MKK (M
C0NTINUFD TO AUGUST
TERM BY JUDGE ROBINSON
Old Land Case Still LivesBall
Trial Progress Evidence in
Kidwell vs. Godfrey Par
burnished silver This cloud hung over
the cltj and Anally drifted away, llames
playing through It as though it was liv
ing lire. It Is feared that another
gieat disaster has occurred south of
here. Detonations greater than those
of May 8 were heard this morning hero
us well ns In a.iudeloupe and Antigua.
Qreat Explosion Reported.
St. Thomas. D. W I.. May 20. An
other great explosion of Mont Pelec Is
reported from Fort do France aa having
occurred this morning. It Is regarded
i as possible that the volcano has erupt
ed In vvorso form than before.
Conditions Worse and Worse,
St. Kltts, II. W I . May 19 As the
full extent of the disaster worked In
St Vincent by the explosion of I.n
Soufrlere becomes known the horror
Is Increased. Conditions there grow
worse day by day, notwithstanding the
fact that tho volcano apparently has ic
turned to Its state of passivity.
The Island Is famlne-Btrlckcn, al
though supplies have been sent In from
all of tho Ilrltlsh West India Islands.
Disease has appeared, and there arc
not enough physicians present to glvu
the required relief.
Life In St Vincent Is made almost
Impossible by the aliKcnlng stent h that
gives the entire Island a resemblance
to neglected shnmblcs. i:erywhcr
noxious vapors are wafted by the tor
rid w luils thnt seem to be not In the
least tempeied by the surrounding wa
ters. Many Bodies Not Burled.
These conditions nre bad enough lu
the southern part of the Island about
I Kingston, but they are multiplied a
thousand times In tho Carlb country
about La Soufrlero and at Georgetown.
unburled Hut that Is tho least of the
trouble Thus far no effort has been
made to do more than care for tho
Itvlntr nnd liurv tho ilp.iil AH ntmut
nre dead cattle nollutlnc thee atmos
phere, which already Is heavily laden
In one of th eravtnes near Morne da
rou the bodies of clghty-sorcn Carlb
Indians were found piled together Not
far away arc die carcasses of hundreds
of cattle. It has now been ordered
thnt these mennccs to life be removed,
tjulckllme is being used to destroy tho
New York. May 18 Two steamers,
the Ktona nnd the Horace, arrived here
this morning and weer the first vessels
reaching Now York from the Wind
ward Islands since the destruction of
St Pierre by the eruption of Mont Pe
lce. The Horace brings Information
that the destruction of St. Pierre H
looked upon by the superstitious 1st
nnders ns a Judgment of (I oil.
"Whllo In St Lucia," said an olllcer
of the vessel. 'I heard several residents
telling one another that they believed
the destruction of St. Pierre was a ter
rible punishment sent'iy the Almighty
on account of the wickedness of the
city I don t know about divine retri
bution, but I do know thnt St. Pierre
was a pretty bad place "
One of the officers of the Horace de
scribed tho storm of ashes through
which they had passed as being like a
Bcvcre snowstorm, with the thermom
eter at 100 degrees.
"It hurt our eyes and chocked us,
and thu air was so filled with fine dust
Judge Robertson this morning con-
Captain C Percy Morsu of tho crick
et club is nt present making arrange
ments for the match with tho Scotch
men which Is to bo played on tho Ma
klkl grounds on Trlday afternoon nt
' rt'.ln.Lr Tim WnrliVtf tnnm will ho
i i,i m nia f.m ik fniwinc'corncu In tho attack having heard or , Investigations at the sc
picked on tho Held ffom the following probability, of their arrest, mndo'leged murder at Walalua
ONLY ONE SAVED
200 ARE KILLED
mm w mm
that we could not bgo a mile ahead."
iji MuuLjNft hum IflllHEUHIIRI QUI
Coal Creek, Tenn,, Mny 19. Between
175 and 225 meu and boys met Instant
death at the Fratervllle coal mine, lo
CONFIDENCE IN WOMAN
There was quite a bit of activity on Daniel Yowcll has been arrested on
the track In KaplolanI park this morn- l110 charge of manslaughter In tfte first
PRINCIPALS CONFIRMED '"R. many horses being worked out dur- thorcnoon anil slgne.l by Judge Wll-
ling the forenoon. Oak drove and cox. It will be remembered that Yow-
I Steaniplough were worked together for ell Is tho man who accidentally fired
Xar :iy,,antllndustrial Fcatur Kaiulani "d ,V',B5nill n,ak,nB " ln 2:3G' 2:32 "VuS, 1TM K.'.n-.Tihe young
-a., vM,,ln ' JCtnlinrndnii 5.hnn. , W.ll I U'tiv llnv wont out nn.l stenne.1 a ed"or of ,h' Kkoa. The complaint
Of the large number of men and boys
who went to work this morning only
one Is alive, and ho Is so badly Injured
that he cannot live. This man Is Wll
Ham Morgan, nn aged i:ngllshman,
who was a roadman In tho mine. He
was blown out of the entrance by tho
tinned the Klmura murder case to tho force of the explosion. One hundred 'compMiy with Miss Hose Davlsou, (IN ' Prince Cupid and Smith took n pre'
Kaahumanu Schools Are Well
Maintained Good Work
Acting Governor II. 11 Cooper, In
,.ll l.uj m-ltl Ulll unit mr,iiu , ... .. ... ... m tl I.-nnnH,
ll I. .1 irif ...tl.n... nvn,tlm, IIa " BWUI1I IU US ..I IB. IVU3U rVUHUWU'
mile In 2 1BV4 without oxortlon. He ,, motllcr of ,' ,lpccaB0. The case
also made It In 2.25, Hogan driving. w, com(J up for prclmlnary hcarmB
and In 2:18. jn Ul0 lollco Court tomorrow forenoon.
Waldo J. Jogged a mllo ln 2.30, 2.32 Tho defendant will undoubtedly waive
and in 2:20. I examination and his caso will then go
made her mile In 2 IS, 2:22
August term. There was practically
j no time left for the trial this term, and
besides It will be necessary to make
Investigations at the scene of the al-
names selected by Laptain .Morso. trati;a ror otrier parts and cannot bo Messrs. Robinson nnd Farley, uttor
Ahlo, Stanley Deardmore, L. Illack-j found. Howevei, they will bo located jncys for defendant, mada the motion
man, Faraday, Hatfield. Harvey, Her- In time as they are well known. Tho for continuance,
beri. Von dor Hyde. II. A. Jordan. A. if1"": of..th.V fo"r men came up for trla i The j, w a lrKll ttas on
;.-- ..-... ,.,u r. n . 'in e police uouri in s lorcnoun uuv ,
i. aiiiuo, .luuii. mo,,, v,. .. ..lu.nc. wag contne,i until tomorrow lore
Pilannla, Prince Cupid, Brett, II. R. noon. Attorney Robinson appears for
Picker, Norton, Capt. Kclley, Waldron tho defense.
As there aro such a number of crick-
ntnon nltnllnlitn I Id nnuolllln tllftt 4 IIA
rium atuiittiiiu ib in .lunoiiiu muv w .
number playing on each team may ho
extended to Hfteeu a side ln order to i
WARDES SAIL AWAY
Ficderlck Wnrdo nnd his company
were given a most enthusiastic fanv
It Is stipulated by the attorneys on
both sides that the caso of Mary C.
Aldrlch and others vs. Prlscilla II
Hasslnger and others upon the remit,
tltur from tho Supremo Court mny take
pud seventy-live miners were checked trlct school agent, yesterday paid
in lor worn this morning ny the minu ut f Inspection to Kalulanl nnd Ka
""" '" " ' ' "'" e' ahumanu schools. Mrs. Nina L.
uua wuu acieii as ucipcrs un'i urivcrs
and roadmen and others to tho num
ber of perhaps fifty.
Jean 11. Sabutc,
Frashcr Is principal of Kalulanl, and
I Miss Alllo M. FelUer of Kaahumanu
I school. There Is nn attendance of be
Itween five and six hundred pupils at
each of these schools. After telling u
Jlulletln reporter ot what he had ob
served at tliesc institutions, Mr. Coop
'It Is rather a new Idea to have thu
llmlnar turn for the gentlemen's driv
ing race, Pilncc Cupid working out
Violin and Smith, Abdlnc. Tho mils
was made In 2 25. 2:22 and 2.20.
to the grand Jury.
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There Is a feeling among the local
Ilritlshers that the day of the corona
tion of King IMwanl VII ought to bo
celebrated by a smoking concert ns
Ten ilnllnrs reward has been offered w, " "X a uail. It Is Known mat
fo. the apprehension and delivery , llerc aro a1mon thc, ""?" here a
aboard thu Iroquois of Peter Murphy,
a minrtcrmaster of the tlilrd-class who
large number who do not dance and
who would not enjoy a ball. The
smoking concert would bo for the ben-
J give as many men as possible a chance h un the o'cs.on of uieir depart-1 ,lo but ! never dccid.M by H
lire In the Sierra for San FranclBco
Tho case against
charged wltli petit larceny, before nrlnclnalshln nf lnrc, irhnnU iFlv..n tn dis aco. The reward will hold good The smoker would be held at two
Judge Wilcox jesterday uftcrnoon. re-lwomen. There have been objectlona for about four days longer. Murimy Is places not too far distant from each
place before Judge Humphreys on Sat- 'united In Sabate being held to the to the Innovation. ct I cannot sco but ftvo fcct nn() ci,cs In hclghL has othcr B0 tlmt nn' ono wll wanted to
urday next at 10 o'clock. This Is tho old ' grand Jury ln the sum of $250 ball. Sa-, h L,J f "" " tUo?2 blue ciay eyes and Is very well built. . ta!L' ln boAh ) CuM ."? B. . .. .
fact, 1 wan very much pleased with tho The order Ir Blgned by Lieut. Rodman.' r and tncre ,8 a p0S8biUty that the
WnrL ilnnn at tintti atttn1o " nnntinmlnn nt tttn IvAininla I ...
I plan may be adopted
Herctanla street land caso that was
tried before the revolution by Justice
Slnco revival under tho new regime it
from an indications, it seems as u f"e' "u"Xnd nnd i,tho ha I"188 thr0UK1' "" PhajM ln ,ho
the game Is going to be very Interest- number offr.cnds andjl.rother
Ing ono, as thoro aro some very good Bay K00d.Uy0 and Mr. and Mrs. Warde, Documentary evldcnco was produced
players on both sides.
Vlcl kid shoo )3.50 at 'Manufacture
tho Misses Wnrdo nnd tho mombors of In tho caso of Kidwell vs. Godfrey be
the company wero all decorated with lore Judge Humphreys this morning,
lcls nnd presented with numorous i Isaac Noar by his attorneys, An-
.. ni, r tin,. n ik i,nnt bouquets of flowors. drows. Peters & Andrnde, has answer
ers Shoo Co. Have all Iho beau y of , Lan(, p,uy Bevcrn, gc,pctIons rU lh(j complalnt for parUton ur0llght
patent leather with wearing qualities on ,ho Bteamer ani! then went aboard llv . nhl. nnd n. v. Al. ll.i denies
We liavo It. Will you call on
ua for n perfect
We uso only tho finest plati
num paper and our work tells
tho Btory of quality.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
Entrance on Union.
tho tun Fearless, whero thoro wbh col.
lected a large number of tho friends of
the departing tragedian nnd his com
pany Tho steamer got away shortly
arter 5 o'clock and tho tug accompa
nied the steamer nearly out to the bell
buoy, the hand playing nearly all tho
way. As the tug was about to return
to port thrco eheors wero given for Mr
Wn.-do and his company This was re
turned by tho Wardo company with
three cheers for Honolulu,
certain allegations and alleges tint tno
property can be fairly unrt Justly divid
ed between the plaintiffs an'l defendnn'
according to their respective Interehts.
DOG CATCHERS ABROAD.
bate admitted on tho stund, under tho
clever cross examination of Attorney
Thomas I. Dillon, that he had taken va
rious articles from thu homo of II S.
GUI. Judge Wilcox, ln holding the de-
work done at both schools.
At Kalulanl school first visited the
I Acting Governor mado an Inspection of
each room and tho work dono In it. "I
'fntinil flint vorv flna nravrnRi wn tin.
fendant, said that no Jury could do )ng mad0 tn an departments." Mr.
otherwise than find Ssbnto guilty on 'Cooper said this morning. "Tho build-
disappeared from the vessel a few 0flt of theso people especially.
commander of tho Iroquois.
tho evidence presented, but as he had
no Jurisdiction In the ense ho could
only commit him to tho grand Jury.
MARIA STRUCK TWO, I
Venturn. Seen nt tho gangway by a
llulletln reporter, Mr. Carter Btatcl
Tho dog cart Is about on tho stieotR that ho had nothing now to rclato
,i i ...i i.... ni,, i,i about nny possible Hawaiian leglsln
agalu nnd people who have valuablo A),to'an al,Iiropraaon for th8
ntiir.i'ili may tnko tho warning. Tweu- )ril dai,,, ), thought tiiu only thanco
tvid: clogs were gathered In by Officer was lo have It tacked upon tho Sundry
Annnn nnd others this forenoon nnd Civil Service bill Ho had not received
Ing Is kept in excellent condition by
the teachers and children."
After visiting tho different rooniB, nil
tho children wero assembled In tho
hall upstairs and sang several songs.
Mr. Cooper mado remarks, compliment
Ing tho teachers on tho work being
, ,, , , . uone. ue was present at tno scnooi
Joe Maria, n Porto nican. was or- al)01t ,WQ Ilours '
rested yesterday by Officer Nawaa ou in answer to a question, Mr. Cooper
the charge of assault and battery cm fepoko highly of thu Industrial features
Philip Phefer, tho man In chargo of Introduced lu ivnlulanl school. A cot
., ,, , , , , i t- . i i, tage hns been fitted up as a model
thu Hairlson stables In Kevvalo. It ,,, flrnUuro lnBJllirBClllted l)y
seems that the fellow was drunk nud tilc children. Naluie study Is conduct
called by President Roosevelt. In tho working around. He p.occeded to'" '' "? , ",. fJ,?' T.,l.K
knock him down, nnd when Pheier, tho Cmlt8 by means of largo rubber typo
boss of the Btablca, remonstrated, ho nnd aro taught drawing by tho teach-
struck him on tho side of tho head, era,
,...... . i i.i .. ti, ...Q At Kaahumanu school
((libit III V JIUIIVU UIIIUU UU IIV BtS(W
this afternoon tho cart is out again.
An old nntlvo was nt tho pollco station
early this forenoon with a tax receipt
which no had Just obtained. Ho had
seen tho dog catchers tnko his dog but
any telegrams from Washington nbnut
public mutters uoioru leaving Ban
It was necessary to chase Maria for
quite a distance before he could bo ap
prehended. He was found guilty and
fined $10 nnd costs In the Police Court
Physical Dliettor Fled Yjung ot
tho V. M C A. is at proscnt getting up
ho wns poworlost to Intorfero becnusn a party of joung men to take u tranui
ho knew ho hail not been to Tile tax on Hawaii.
Gentlemen refresh ourselves at tho good results
First Natlounl Saloon.
thorough Inspection wns mndo with
that at tho other. Tho work was found
very satisfactory by tho Acting Gover
nor. This school has a small printing
plant, with which tho children do much
of their school work They also Issue
a little monthly paper. Thero nre oth
er Industrial teaturcs maintained with
offlco for tags.
CIIOLHIcA IN PHILIPPINES.
Manila. Mnv 21 The ehnloia record
to date follows- Manila 110S eases and
fisi; deaths, provinces, 3592 cases cud
The paity Is to lcao this city In tho
Klnau on Tuesday, Juno 17, for Hllo,
1'iom Hllo the party will tramp to thc
rlt Thu trip is expelled to take just
S. 8. 8IERRA, May 27,
Net Hxpress Steamer to Coast.
do yoni wear
A largo number of joung people, nf
thu Islands returned from tho Coast ,
today for their vacation Among them '
were Miss Juanlta (leekloy, Master
(leorgo Deckley Miss Genevlove Dow I
sett Miss IMnit Ounn Miss Macfnr
Have all the beauty of pnt nt leather with the wearing qualities
and comfort ot kid soft and sm ooth nnd always poltshed
o nnd probably spond n fow dns WR S. FflFffO & LO. EXDTfiSS ,nn" MIhh Violet Makee Melville Mon-
, vicinity before returning to this " ' , Ml I lT"," "T Z'J W?! "
, . ii.ti, J TCL. MAIN 1S9. Mnilan Roth, Miss Kiln Wight Miss
Masonic Temple, with Amerlcun
Manufacturers Shoe Com'y
Frank Wight and Sam
1057 FORT STREET
rvtuwiaura m. jmimiS. mnrr jmnT-KniM-wgg-r--aM