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ENTIRE CR0W OF BURN EDSH IP SAVED
lONOljIH.r. THRKITOHY OF HAWAII. Sl'XDAV .11 NK S 102
J'mcrc 5 Cunts.
The crew of tho burned and abandon
ed ship Fannlo Kerr aro all rafe at
Wtlmea, Kauai, and will bo brought
to Honolulu In the steamer Mlknhnli,
which Is expected hero on Tuesda)
The two missing boats containing;
First Olllcer Longwood and fifteen men
have reached shorn, one boat arriving
nt Walmea and the occupants of tho
other landing on the Island of Nllhau,
At 4 o'clock this morning tho steam
er W. O. Hall, Captain 8. Thompson,
m rived In port from Kauai ports.
An officer of the United Slates Tlsh
Commission steamship Albati nr was
on the wharf, expecting that Captain
I' Gibbons of tho burned vessel would bo
Captain Gibbons, together vtlth his
son, the second and third mates and
thirteen men arrived safely at Maka
well on the morning of tho Cth. Tho
'news of their arrival was brought by
the steamer James Makec. When tho
Makee left Kauai two other boats were
to be accounted for. I
It was thought that these two miss-'
Ing boats had steered for French Fri
gate Shoals. Tho Albatross was ready
to go to tho rcscuo and had steam up
when the Hall arrived, prepared to put
to sea Immediately.
Not a member of the crew of tho
wrecked Fannlo Kerr arrived In tho
Hall, but tho news was brought that all
hands were safe ashore and so the
good services of the Albatross were
happily not required.
Among the passengers arriving In
tho Hall was Mr. J. Uatctif-lor of thu
Treasury office. He very kindly fur
nished tho Ilulletln with a report con
cerning the safe arrival of all thu
Kerr's company ashore. Ho had seen
Captain Cllbbons who had banded him
a report. In substance as follows'
When tho Fannlo Kerr, Ilrltlsh I
masted steel ship, with 3730 tons of coal
aboard, wns fifty days out of Newcas
tle, bound for Hnn Franclsro, In lati
tude 20.30 N., longitude ICO W.. the
captain, oncers ami all the crew, thlr-ty-nlno
souls In all. abandoned her and
took to the boats.
Tho vessel was afire from stem to
stern. There had been a lire In her
cargo for many days.
At 4 o'clock In the afternoon of
May 29. two large ship's boats and the
gig and the dingey were shoved olf
from the side of tho Fannlo Kerr.
Shoitly nftriunrds the cleks of the
vessel were blown to a grtat height by
the gas explosions taking place In tho
The mate and eleven men went In
one boat. The captain, his son and
ten men went In another. Several men
went In the gig and the rest went In
the dingey. I
The four boats had not been long
away from the now (laming ship before
the dingey filled and the captain's boat
went to the rescue, taking the dingey's
men nboard. The dingey aank.
The captain's boat nrrlNcd at Ma
kawcll early on Friday morning The
fecond and third officers and an ap
prentice by the name of I'careon wero
Included among those In the skipper's
News of the safe arrival of the sec
ond and third boats was r.'cchcd br
the Hall at Mime, Just before she led
One of the boats arrived at Walme'i
and the other on Nllhau. A whadeboat
from Nllhau had brought the news to
Kauai. Tho steamer Mikahalu then
(Continued on page E )
IN CITY'S MIDST
Entire Outfit Captured
Yesterday By Deputy
To find a well equipped okolehao
plant running In full blast within a few
hundred feet of one of the principal
thoroughfares of this city comes as
somewhat of a surprise after tho long
search which has lately been made for
tho distillers of this Indigenous noctar
by tho United States authorities.
Yesterday afternoon a native man
came to the police station when ho in
formed Deputy Sheriff Chllilngworth
that ho could show the police an okole
hao still running in full blast. Th
deputy sheriff started out taking with
him Officer Van Olcscn and the native
who was to show the way,
Tho native led the deputy to a littlq
lane, called Alapal lane by the natives,
which runs makal from King street
just beyond the new Palama fire sta
tion. From Alapal lane another small
lane branches out In tho Kwa dlrec-
perfectly devised an okolehao still a
can bo found. Tho still was running
In full blast. Tho little stove which
heated the boiler containing the mash
from which tho drink Is manufactured
was filled with a cheery wood firs
while from the end of the pipe the
clear drops of tho moonshine fell rapid
ly Into an earthernwaro Jug. On the
floor near the still stood a one gallon
bottle filled with the liquor, nnd in a
corner of the room stood several bar
rels filled with tho mash from which
the liquor is distilled.
The still was a surprisingly good one,
and one which was able to manufac
ture "booie"cnough to keep tho whol
neighborhood in a happy state It so de
sired. Tho mash was contained in a largo
boiler which was heated by an ordi
nary kitchen stove. On the top of this
boiler was a funnel Bhapcd copper lid
the top of which was attenuated and
bent down In tho fashion of a regular
chcmlsPs retort. The narrow end of
this retort was connected with a copper
pipe, the connection being skillfully
made by a heavy nut, which showed
like tho rest of tho outfit, that no little
pr.lns had been taken to make tho still
a good, workmanlike apparatus. Tho
copper pipe was surrounded by a piece
of stove pipe about five feet long one
end of which was elevated above tho
other. Through this outer pipe cold
water had to be poured continually In
order to condense the fumes which roio
from tho boiler and went through tho
copper tube. The result of these camo
out as pure clear drops which In tho
Sisters Miraculously Saved
1 26 Girls Killed in Convent
tlon and It was In the last house on the , city might bo termed ns fair okolc-
makal sldo of this small lane that the
native said the plant could be found.
Not wishing-'to expose himself the
native stayed behind at this point, tho
deputy sheriff proceeding to the hnuss
with Officer Van Glescn. Tho houso If
a small four-room cottage of the usual
kind In that vicinity with two front
rooms and a kitchen and another room
in the back. When tho deputy arrived
hao. A the mash was of a very poor
quality, however, tho liquor was (or
inferior to the real okolehao as It Is
brewed at other places from a mash
made from the root ofthe tl plant. Tho
mash In this case was made from n
mixture of sliced potatoes, corn, bar
ley, hops and sugar,
Tho deputy sheriff Immediately real
ized that ho had made a find of no
he found several natives sitting on j mean Importance and sent for a wagon
tho front lanal. The deputy sheriff ap
proached and asked a woman If this
house belonged to Manuel Vlerra. Tho
woman answered In the affirmative.
"What have you got In your kltch1
en?" asked Chllilngworth.
"Nothing," said tho woman, where,
upon the deputy went through the
front rooms to the kitchen
Tho kitchen was quite a roomy one.
When Chllilngworth threw tho door
open he found It filled with smoki!
wbllo right In front of him stood at
which Boon arrived upon tho scene. In
to this tho still was packed while tho
woman, who had evidently been run
ning tho Btlll In her husband's absence.
wns taken Into custody. Her name U
Tho man who Is believed to be guilty ,
of the offense, which under tho United
States revenue laws now In force, Is
quite severo Is a "black" Portuguese,
Manuel Vlerra by name. He Is a dock .
laborer on tho Wilder wharf nnd was
not at home when tho raid was made.
Governor Dole Issues
Pardon to Editor Smith
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London, May 29. Joseph Chamber-1
lain, the Colonial Secretary, has receiv
ed the following cablegram from Sir
nobert llaxter Llewellyn, Governor of '
. tho Windward Islands, In the West In-1
Walter G. Smith, editor of tho Pa
cific Commercial Advertiser, who had
bfen sentenced to thirty days' Impris
onment for contempt of court, was
pardoned yesterday afternoon by Gov
ernor Dolo. Mr. Smith had been In tho
custody of tho Sheriff tor forty-eight
hours when tho Sheriff received tho
Friends of Norman Orme, formerly
of the local postofflce, received by tho
Alameda Invitations to his wedding
which Is to take placo In Washington
on the 17th Inst. Tho young lady Is a
Miss Mary Scllna Hopper.
official pardon from tho Governor and
released Mr. Smith.
Asked last night If ho woulrl T1STT
Htale tho reason for his action in grant
ing tho pardon, Governor Dole said:
"The punishment seemed to me to
be entirely excessive. That is all there
ia to say."
Gentlo driving horso, buggy and har
ness for sale cheap. Seo ad page 8.
the eye ;
A Good Photograph Does.
Who Is there that hasn't I
looked twlco when getting
the first gllmpso of a really
good picture? Our photo
graphs aro rapidly working
their way to popularity.
Quality Is what pushes them
Rice & Perkins
Oierjon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
Mounted Patrolman Fred Birming
ham camo off duty at 9 p, m last night
and feeling peckish dropped In at tho
Owl ham and eggery and ordered "fried
ono side up with coffee," His fiery
steed he hitched to tho barber's pole
next floor nnd proceeded to chew.
When, his hunger annihilated, ha
emerged from tho portals of the hash
house, he looked In vald for his horse
and tho shock brought on an attack of
Birmingham hurried to the pollen
station and reported the occurrence
and at an early hour this morning tho
detectives were working upon tho case.
When the genius who copped the cop
per's gce-geo is apprehended, he may
bo exhibited as tho choicest examplu
of audacity which the Coronation year
has so far uncovered.
"There has been no serious volcanic1
outbreak on the Island of St. Vincent I
since May 18. I hope the worst Is over, i
but the people of tho island aro still
nervous. All arrangements for the com
fort of tho Injured, tho relief of tho '
destitute and tho resettling of the peo
ple of St. Vincent are progressing
LOSES SIXTY-FIVE RELATIVES.
Paris, May 2S. Louis Rrnoul, Deputy
Mayor of St. Pierre, Martinique, has
arrived here. He lost slxty-flvo rela
tives In tho disaster that overwhelmed
St. Pierre, The walls, doors and furni
ture of his house were left Intact, but
nothing was left In tho garden except
one tice, which Is still bearing leaves
Hrnoul says that a Mme. Drugler and
her six children took rcfugo In a cave,
where they remained for sixty-two
hours after tho catastrophe. When tno
i llttlo party was discovered they were
, all terribly burned. Mme. Drugler had
sufficient strength to murmur "water
' for Germain" before she died. A cup
of water was placed at tho lips of Gcr
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CHAPEL OF MOURNE ROUGE
12G GIRLS DESTROYED.
Last night's arrests Included ona
raic of profanity, one of leaving a hors
unui'a nnu una utuiik.
Among the nwful Incidents of tho do.
structlon of St Plerie was tho death
who expired after taking tho i of one hundred and twenty-six girls
who with tho sisters having care of
theso children, perished when thu con
vent was ilcstiojcil by tho deadly blast
from Pi lee.
VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS CONTINUE.
I wnnt agents everywhere to tako or
dcrs for my famous Made To Order
C-ORO-N-A C-O-L-T Shoes. Corona
colt Is n now PATKNT LHATHKU not
nffocted by heat or cold, fully GFAIl
ANTEr.D not to crack. Send J2 DO
tor sample and all Information how to
tnku oideis, etc. Secure the flint agen
cy In your locality, shoes sell nt $3.60
Agc-ntH making $50.00 to $100 n week
O. HINTKHMUISTRIl. Tho Slioomalt
it, FUhor Ilulldlng, C'hlcngo, Illinois,
I'. S. A.
iflPERIAL CIGAR STORE
Commander Horry, commanding th"
Dixie, enbtes from St Lucia today that
ho Is going to Martinique, nnd utiles
otherwise ordered, thence to New York.
New York. May 30. A Journal spe
cial from St. Lucia says: The sisters
of the Catholic Order do la Deliverance.
twenty-three of whom nro among the
survivors of the eruption of Mont IV-
lec, arrived hero today from Morne
Itouge, with a wonderful story of the
preservation of the nearest community
to tho crater and the only one within
the zone of disaster to escape destruc
tion. They attribute the escnpe of
Morne Itouge to divine Intervention
and tell of a miracle In the church be
fore the eyes of the congregation as
sembled for refuge from tho death
spouting volcano. While celebrating
mass there suddenly appeared before
the altar a vision of the Savior, show
ing the sacret heart. The vision was
sad faced and wan.
Says Sister Marie 'Infant Jesus- "We
emerged to sco a terrible cloud, accom
panied by thunder and lightning, roll
ing down Pclcc, almost over our heads,
upon the city of St. Pierre. The whole
place was lighted up by fires. It was
the most awful spectacle tho human
eye ever witnessed. We thought tho
end of the world hnd come. We re
mained at prayer all that day of ter
ror. Fire, steam and boiling mud were
around us, yet Morno Itouge wns not
touched. Not one person was lost or
The Canadian-Australian steamship
Mlowcrn, Captain Hemming, from Van
couver nnd Victoria, was sighted about
7 o'clock yesterday evening. Shortly
before 9 o'clock she was docked at tho
Pacific Mall wharf. She sails for Suva,
Brisbane nnd Sydney tliU afternoon at
Tho Mlowera sailed from Vancouver
at 4 o'clock In the afternoon of Mav
30 and arrived nt Victoria at 11-30
o'clock that night. Victoria was left
in tho morning of the 31st, about 4
A submerged derelict was passed at
10 30 o'clock in the morning of tho
31st. while early In tho afternoon a
large metal buoy was passed.
Fresh to moderate winds, with squal
ly weather, wero experienced until tho
3d Inst., when the wind rapidly In
creased. At 4 o'clock In fho afternoon
of the 1th Inst It was blowing n fresh
kouthwest gale nnd n very heavy sea
was running. In tho afternoon tho
gate lost home of Its fury but towards
.light It freshened, coming from the
west-southwest, moderating and work
ing round to the north on the fjth Inst.
Light nnd unsteady winds with cloudy
ond unsettled weather were experienc
ed to port.
Passengers for Honolulu wero Miss
Schneider. Mies Klcanor Phillips, Mrs.
Schneider Mrs. (Jill, Mrs. Mack nnd
Messrs May, Knight, Hollowny, Mark,
Ilrlerly, Hodrlques, Jacobs and Cap
tain Henderson. Passengers booked
for the Colonics from tills port arc II
F. Stnrmer and Miss Gardner
Function at Hawaiian
Hotel Very Well
Nothing moro delightfully success
ful has ever been given at the Hawa
iian hotel than the reception of Mrs.
Morris M. Estee yesterday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs Lake, whoso untiring
efforts to make delightful all affairs
at the hotel, have caused their names
to become synouymous for success,
achieved wonderful effects In the wny
Tho Ewa lanal, where the musicians
wero seated, was In pink, shading to
rose color, pale oleanders being used
In alternating clusters with brnnches
from the Dowering trees now so beau
tiful throughout the city, and theso
deepening to warmer shades In lilies
massed In shadowy recesses.
What Ladles Wore.
Mrs. Estee was In a dellcatc'orgnndlo
with garniture of lace, a touch of pink
being evident In the handbome corsago
ornament sho wore.
Mrn. Galuralth, wife of Justice Gal
bralth, was In a rich brocade of cream
silk with a pompadour effect of tiny
Mrs. McCandless was coolly gowned
In white and green; medallions of ex
quisite lace appearing here and there
upon a foundation of sheer chiffon.
Mrs. Jordan wore a handsome silk,
panne velvet In old rose, out-tracing Its
Mrs. Chamberlain's costume was
black and white net.
At Refreshment Tables.
The refreshment room, which had
been converted Into n veritable fairy
land, wns banked mid hung with trop
ical greens. There wero trailing vines
and palms. There wero festoons of lau
hala. There were clusters of wine palm
Ida. nnd suspended hero and thcro
throughout this mass of verdure, wera
swinging baskets of scarlet, the poln
claim regin blossoms, being lavishly
Ladles Who Assisted.
Fluttering about nmld this loveliness,
anticipating the wants of the guests
were the young matrons and ladles
vho assisted Mrs. Kstee nt the tables.
Among thpe were Mrs. Milling. Mrs.
Kltcnt, Miss Pauline Neumann, Miss
Ella Stansbury. Miss Glrard, Mrs. Al
bert Waterhoufc, the Misses Rlnalds,
Mrs. McClanaban, Mrs Lake, Miss
Louise Glllet and Mrs. Chaso.
Mrs. Andrew Fuller presided at tho
Many Were Present.
Throngs of guests responded to Mrs.
Kstco's Invitation and between the
hours of three nnd six. the rooms wero
filled to overflowing Gocrnor Doln
lent his presenro to tho entertainment
for an hour or more and was the center
of mu h welcoming attention.
I Washington. May 30. Secretary
Moody received n number of dispatches
todaj lomt ruing umdltiont at Maitl
nlquo Commander Thomas C. Mc
Lean, commanding the Cincinnati, rn
hli'R from Fort de Franco under date of
the iflth ns follows:
"Irruptions volcanic continue. Occa
floinil great outbursts nt Intervnls ot
few dnj. Mostl) columns nnd musses
of clouds and Menm, smoke ami nshej
shooting up quickly to great heights,
Thcte alarm tho people, but no serious
damage Is being done ontHide of the
illstrlit wheie the first li-v .istat Ions "i
i ill red I'li'UtJ of supplies beie I'lenili
ailiniinl with three shl s arrived. Two
mme cxpeited dally Authorities grati
fill and say able to manage affairs now
without fiuthor assistance The Cln-
limntl goon to Cnslc) on the moiiiliig
of the 30th."
In another disp.itili Commander .Mi
Lean bays that (leorge Kcmian, tho
wiltir and leiturer. Is safe, nnd wu
lizard from on the L'tuli, tiuv cling up
4- I Pillars of Strength
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be due ben- today.
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