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PAIR LADIES PLAY.
There was a very Ian?e and fashion
ihlo audience on the grounds of the
'aclflc Tennis Club estenlay after
loon, piescnt to witness the first round
A matches In the Indies' tennis tour
lnnient. The results were as follows:
MIbs IJcrtha Young vs Mrs. I'. H.
dains, Miss Young wins easily, C-0,
Miss Oct Initio Scott vs Miss Mnry
Young, Miss Scott wins after a hotly
ontcstcd match, 0-3, 3-C, G-l.
Mrs. J. Wntcrhousc vs Mrs. I), von
llnrnm, Mis. Watcrhouse wins, C-i, G-1.
Brilliant plays characterized this
Mrs. A. M. Ilrown vs Mrs. S. 0. Wil
der, Mrs. Ilrown wins, C-3, 4-C, 7-5. This
was undoubtedly the most stubbornly
contested match of the day, the ex
citement being intense throughout. In
the last sets the score ran 4-all and G
all, each point being fought for with
set determination on the part of each
of the contestants.
The matches of tho second round
will be played this afternoon, commen
cing nt 4 o'clock, ns follows:
Mrs. J. Watcrhouse vs Miss Gertrude
Mis. A. M. Ilioun vs Miss Durthn
The winners of these two mate lien
will meet for tho final Friday after
noon. Mrs. Watcrhouse and Miss
Scott nro both excellent plaers and It
Is hard to tell which will come off win
ner. On Saturday afternoon tho winner
of the final will play Miss May Hart,
last year's champion. On the same af
ternoon V. C. Athertou will meet
Charles Alston, this and last yenr's
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Meteorological Report for April.
Tcmpcrntuio menn for the month,
72.8F; normal, 72.8; nvernKO tlnlly
mnxlmum, 79.8; siveraKo dally mini
mum, C7.1; avcraKo dnlly range, 12.7;
Greatest tlnlly range, 17.0; leant dally
range, CO; highest temperature, 83;
llarometcr average, 29.098 Inches;
normal, 30.018 (corcctcd for gravity;)
highest, 30.15; lowest, 29.8S; greatest
chnngo In twenty-four hours, .09.
Relative humidity, 71.7 per cent;
normnl, 71.7; menn dow point, 03.3;
normnl, C3.3; absolute moisture, 6.13
grains per cubic foot; normnl, C. 11.
Rainfall, C.23 Inches; normal, 2.99.
This litis been the first mouth slnco
October In which tho rainfall has not
been far below tho normal. llaln
rccord days, 19; greatest fall In onu
day, 1.33 In. nt station, nud 1.50 at l.ua
kaha. Tho rain In Honolulu dlstilct
varied from 19.19 at Luakaha to 1.3 1 ut
Trade wind days, 21 (flvo of NiNE.,)
normal number of trade wind days, 20.
Cloudiness (tenths of sky) 4.8; nor
Tho nrtcslnn well level rose during
tho month from 33.7C feet nbovo mean
sea level to 31.50, showing tho Immedi
ate efTcct of heavy rains In tho moun
tains. I'orcentngo of district rainfall as
compared with normal; Hllo, 10; Ha
mnkua. 100; Kohala, 100; Walmca,
130; Kona, 80; Kau, 80; Puna, 10;
Maul 100 to 200 per cent; Oahu, 150 to
200; Kauai, about 100 per cent. Past
deficiencies, however, havo yet to bo
Southerly winds prevailed for a few
days near tho end of tho month. Heavy
swell on windward coasts from tho
17th to the 21st, and on the 2Gth nml
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Uook rack nnd guide. " NhI Ujv
iixteenth Annual - Meeting
.OF THE L
lliff.iiinn kfci Clul
JUNE 9th & 11th, 1900.
j:--OFFICIAL PROGRAM 1.
BST Races begin at 2 I
on Saturday, the oth, and
. A. promptly
at 10 A. M. on
Monday, the nth.
Racen June 9th.
RACE. One Inlf
FOR -ALL. One-h.lf Mile
-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE. Three
Minutes Class, (two In three) Harness.
6.-FREE-FOR-ALL. One Mile Dash.
Races June II.
i.-UNION FEED CO. CUP. Half
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2. TROTTIMG AND PACING. 2:3
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V-MAIDENS. Five-eights Mile Dash.
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5.-KAMEHAMEHA PURSE. Trotting
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