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eltuatlona nnd Help Wanted
WANTED Position ns niirso by ex
perlenced girl; willing to travel. Cnll
or address II 1)., cor. Lanlwal nnd
Ward Ave., Kenalo. 209S lw
WANTED By young man, position
as' clerk or salesman; references
gten. Address C. 1). 13., this office
WANTED Young man desires situa
tion as waiter; short order couk,
or storekeeper In hotel, restaurant
or steamer; fully experienced, and
speaks English, Trench nnd Spanish.
Address S. A. Y llullotln 2095-lvv
WANTED Ileflned. experienced girl
wishes place ns nurse or maid; best
of references; willing to trncl. E.
11., llulletln office. 2091 tf
Ad In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions.... 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
tver offered the people of Honolulu.
PIANO tnught, graduate I.elpslc Con-
servatory, to month, special atten-,
tlon adult beginners. Address .Mil
sic this offlro.
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND,
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Nlgni
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property nnd residences.
OITke nnd Kcsldencc. School St.;
P. O. Ilo :S4, TJ. White 3091.
SPECIAL NOTICE Donds furnished
to any nmount for the man holding
position as guardian, postofTlce offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDER8 Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
WANT our whiskers amputated? Oo
to Jeffs. Ho shaves for 15c. 5 white
barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf
WANTED To buy family horse;
rjrice must bo reasonable. Address
F. H.. this office. 2096-lw
WANTED Everybody to know
the Canton Marino Insuranco
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED 500 pianos to tunc,
dress J. W. ilall. P. U. box 473,
io LET Suite of roams; nlso single
rooms. Beretanla Ave, cor. Kecau
TO LET Furnished room In Ameri
can family. Enquire 1739 Punch
bowl St. 2097 lw
TO LET Furnished
duced to $9 month,
front room, ro -
53 Vineyard St.
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.;
six rooms; modern Improvements;
$17.50. Honolulu Investment Co.,
Judd Bldg. 2072-tf
"i O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, tlrst-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretanla St.
TO RENT Newly furnished room;
hot nnd cold bath; prlvato family.
Apply 70 Vineyard, near Nuuanu
street. 7s tf
TO LET Cottages off t .hool St. nr.
Nmianu, $15 and $17. On Insano
Asylum road. $12.50 and $6.50. P.
E. R. Straucb, 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort t. 2051-2ni
TO LET Five room cottnge off Wnl
klkl rond between Hopkins nnd
Bishop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply I lawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 2064-tf
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Publlci marrlago licenses.
Room 11, Magoon Bldg.
F. M. BROOKS attorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
bumanu St ; Tel, 2,81 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney-at-Law;
109 Kaahuuianu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorncy-at-law;
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union St, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; lloS Union St.
N. K. OTSUKA Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons; excavat
ing, filling and curbing; stono and
brick; ballasting and cement walks;
Room 4, Arlington Hotel; Tel. Main
:HE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE &. SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, 616 Miller Street.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able. Room 10 Mclntyre 'Hock.
Bulletin, 76c oer month.
Ads. will be liiHcrtecl TRUE.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, ceil
trallv located M40 Punchbowl St.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConncl's, Garden lane. 2055-tl
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu nil modern
improvements, tall at Silent Dar
ker Shop. 2019-tI
TYPEWRITER "Peerless"; cost $100
on tho ConBt; In use three months;
for sale at a bargain. Address Peer
less, this office. 2098-lw
FOR SALE The furniture of tho Fort
Street House is offered nt private
Sale. House can be rented Bitbject
to approval of landlady Apply to J.
11. Hall, cor. Fort nnd Vlncjard Sts.
FOR SALE Furniture of n six-room
bachelor's quarters in Cbristley lane
No. 1471. Apply between 12 nnd 1,
or nftcr 5 o'clock. 2098-tf
FOR SALE Furniture far two housc-
Keeping rooms, cheap. 139 Miller
FOR SALE A small road cart and
i harness, cost $100; cheap. Address
M I. , this ottlee. ss lw
FOR SALE Pacheco's Dandruff Kill
er. a reliable and sure cure for dan
druff and Itching scalps. At Union
Ilarher Shop. Ss-tf
PROFITABLE INVESTMENT Exclu
slve rights of n valuable Invention,
for Australia, New Zealand, Tasma
nia nnd Philippines: nlso States nnd
counties on the Mainland. Any per
son with a capital of $2000 can bo
cure a business that will return their
Investment and n good profit the
first year and a perpetual Income for
the term of the patent thereafter.
Apply at McKechnl? Paint Store,
Dethel street, Honolulu, Between 9
nnd 10 a. m. nnd 4 to 5 o'clock p. m.
FOR sale New upright piano; no
reasonable offer refused. Address
X., this office. 2095-3W
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow; Just
calved. Apply to Lewis i Co.
FOR SALE Very old tnpa quilt, also
very old calabashes, some impal
ed. Address Z., this office. 4s tf
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT, nlso residence J.
Stelner, Adams lane, is open ns a
first class rooming house, nlry nnd
mosquito proof. Board If desired.
Mrs. J. Duggan.
ITHE L03 ANGELES 1523 Fort SL;
furnished rooms, mosquito
terms reasonable. 1930 tf
1 LOST Check No. 387 on Bishop &
Co Fiom T. K. It. Hlnalii to Chan
V.U .u, ., II, ... Annum iu .llll I - .-hm
Kee, for $21.25. Payment stopped I STENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngneat
Notify Chan Kee, Hookenn, South ly and accurately done at Hawaiian
LOST A chestnut Ally, with Inrgo
white star and stripe; brand C5J.
Reward on return to C J. McCarthy,
cor. PIll.ol and Young Sis. 2093-tf
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest flro Insuranco companies.
FOUND Insurance ngalnst the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E.
1154 Alakea St.
NICHw -8 Dentist;
: office hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort nnd Hotel Std.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Blue.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago express
and drayage; Tel. White 921.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. A...IO bldg.
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. O. O. F. meets first and third Fri
day of each month. Excelsior Hall.
DAMIEN COUWCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., nenr Kukul Groceries,
rrults and Tobaccos.
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel. 681 Blue.
CITY 8HOEING 8HOP J. W. McDon
aid, Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
8end the weekly edl'Jon of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFQ. HARNESS CO Corner Fort
and King Stt.; Tel. Main 228, F. 0.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 11(12 Union
St. opposite l'nclflc Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-c.ass table, board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest in novelties.
nt tho PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 264 Main.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Dereta
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music rurnlshed; Mctropolo Ito
tel. room 12, Alakea St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instro
ments; studio, Love bldg.. Fort St,
BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Rep. Amo
rlcnn Mant's. Room 8 Progress blk.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso and
Thoat; office nt Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODQINS Eye. Ear,
Nose and Throat only; office Alakea
St lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 a. m. to i p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Beretnnla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551,
OR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Beretanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 821.
ANTONE PILARES &. CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds o( sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN fainting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables. King St,
REAL ESTA I E.
JUDD . CO., LTD. Building lots an!
residences for Bale: 307 Stangcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. 8ILVA Agent for real estate,
also to grant innrrlage licenses
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115. '
PRIMO BEER is good If it Is kept
right. Try It. t tue PANTHEC
I Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, panama bats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg, 616 .Miller St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
A meeting of the W. C. T. U. was
held yesterday afternoon. The prlncl
pal featu.-e vvnn a paper read by Mia.
Whitney, the president of the Union,
on the subject of compulsory temper
nnce instruction In the public schools.
Mrs, Whitney gave an exhaustive ac
count of tho history of temperance In
struction In the public schools In tin
United States and showed how Ininor.
tant It was that this be Introduced j
also in this Territory. Mrs. W. W. Hall
of the Board of Education. Mrs. Fra
slier of the Kalulanl School and .Miss
Telker of the Kaahumanu School told
of work done at piescnt time by the
During the meeting an animated dis
cussion nroso on the subject of cigar
ette smoking. It had been noticed by
several of the members that the Inw
to prevent boys and girls from pur
chasing smoking materials was practi
cally a dead letter. The teacher had
Investigated tlie matter In her school
and had In one dasB found six lima
and one girl who confessed that they
rru ciKnreiie smoKers. it was ilecid
ed to take up the subject for dUcus
alon nt some future meeting.
Mrs. Whitney told of the good work
which had been done bv the flnwor
mission In the Hospital for Incurables
nnd at other places. She announced
that Mrs. Grace WaterhonsH iimi m
signed ns president and tnat Miss New
comb was to depart in the Alameda.
Mrs, Austin was consequently elected
piesldent pro tern. At the next meet
ing of tho Union the (lower mission
and Its work will be the subject for
Tho richest Chinaman In America,
Chin Tan Sun, came ncioss tho Pacific
In tho steerage as a boy. He inairled
a white woman, nnd started a lottery
business in San Francisco. Now ho
is a multimillionaire.
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EVENlNCl IIULLETIN, 'HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY, MCH. 19. 1902.
Nine Miles, Olan, March 13. J. W.
Mcintosh passed through Olaa recent
ly with Marlon Dlggs. They are visit
ing Kail. Mr. Mcintosh has been with
Hlclinrds & Schoen of Hllo for tho
last six years, but will soon bo leaving
(or San Francisco.
Charles 13. Wright, foreman of tho
volcano Stables, is a frequent visitor
13. Fnhr, with his men, hag been
painting nt Nine Miles for several
13. K. Pattern has left the plantation
to take chnrgo of a ranch owned by
the Kohnla plantation.
13. A. Horan, while horseback, was
attacked by a stray wild bull. He las
soed the bull and tied his head down
to his front feet.
An extra dvnamo will soon be plac
ed In the mill. After this Is done the
plantation expects to furnish light to
Jns. Burson, nn engineer nt the mill,
will soon leave for Ids home in San
Mr. Sanborn has sold Merrill's
Faust to lwasakl.
L. C. Starr Is exercising Royal Tan
while George Thomas has charge of
Carter II. Harrison.
The Olaa flume was not washed
awny as the Hllo papers stated, but
waB blown down.
Mr. Horan is making arrangements
for sports to be pulled oft on St. Pat
A little baseball player was born to
the wife of Embert M. Brown on Good
Chllllngworth could reap a beautiful
harvest In Olaa.
The merry-go-round will locate at
A Porto Rlcan was badly Injured'
while trvlng to manage the brnUo on
a runaway cane car.
The Sunday trains to Puna and
Mountain View are very popular.
Snow covers Mauna Kea away
down into the forests. This Is a very
Major Purdy paid the town a vIVt
John Hnpp of San Francisco was re
cently a visitor to the Volcano.
Considerable soil and cane was
washed away at Kallmann during the
recent Heavy rains.
The plantation could use more labor.
Some of the white men aro talking of
turning labor contractors.
A BLOW AT CHRISTIANITY.
Editor Evening Bulletin: It would
seem as If the present were an oppor
tune time to again call the attention of
the Governor of the Territory (before
he takes his tramp abroad, with con
current expenses, to visit his "great
nnd good friend," the President of the
United Stntes), of the crying needs
which have existed, and still exist, for
public Improvement In sanitary condi
tions nnd facilities for travel In that
portion of the city peopled by about
2500 souls and notable for the large
number of deserted dwellings, said
dlstrht being locally known as Ke-
walo. Appeal has been made time and
time again for help from the public
funds but the cry of the people of the
district has only been met with the
answer from the Public Works De
partment, "Sorry, know improvements
are necessary, but, no funds," nnd Col
Boyd smilingly waves adieu, Appeal
has been made that the paucity be
obviated by tho calling together of tho
Legislature to supply funds, and tha
unswer to this appeal of the Kewalu
public, Is oligarchic as usual, viz., "be
d d." This "public be damned" at
titude Is becoming likely to redound to
the detriment of the posers to nn ex
tent unthought of, bj reason of the
late detrimental effects on the cause o:
religion. Let lecturer Wcedon who
has lately been engaged In dlsplajlng
the beauties and opportunities In Ha
wall to admiring thousands (?) of Y.
M. C. A. and other religious bodies
abroad, let him tell the reason why
the congregation of the Sloane Chris
tian chapel could not gain entrance to
their cosy quarters, during the last
two Sundays, nnd why Rev. E. S.
Muckley, Mrs. Weedon and other lead
ers had to hold services on the veran
dahs of houses deserted by poor Por
tuguese. Ask them, Weedon and Rev.
Muckley they are, or should be worthy
of credence by the "powers that be,"
ask them why their bright prospects
for furthering the cause of Christ In
that hitherto unchurched district be
came shadowed with disaster; why
their congregations have fallen from
100 to 5; ask them! ask them! No won
der that the public In Kewulo at least,
Is likely to be damned. As before stat
ed the health of the whole people is
endangered from the open reception
there offeied to dread disease, but tho
Hoard of Health Is not to blame,
though their efforts, being somewhat
strenuous, have assisted In depleting
the population as evidenced by the
many empty houses extant In the dis
trict, the former human habitations
now being taken possession of 'jy rats
nnd other vermin who hold high revel
nnd applaud the inactivity of the
Executive and the Department of Pub
lic Works. Now It Is, without doubt,
"up to" the Governor to old the causa
of religion; he has good Intentions, na
doubt, but "the road to Avernus la
paved with good intentions." It would
be well If the Governor1, before depar
ture, made some effort to Improve
existing conditions In Kevvalo, so that
the Kewalolte ejaculation of "Damn
him" may be changed to "Blesshlm."
Honolulu, St. Pat's Birthday, 1902.
Miss Blanche Walsh, tho actress,
who Is so devout a Buddhist that she
keeps an Image of the Hindu prophet,
set round with lighted candles, befoio
the door of her dressing room nt tho
theater, Is '(centric In more ways than
one, Ono of her customs Is to carry her
mother's ashes In n neat little bag
which she always keeps about her per
son, Not long ago Miss Wqlsh forgot
this sacred relic In a railway restau
rant and she would not appear on the
stngo until it had been returned to her,
Your amateur photographic work
will be well done If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
Herbert Spencer, the great English I
sociologist and philosopher, Is fond ,
of a gamo of billiards, I
SENATE NOT FAVORABLE
TO MAKING STATES
Fairly Good Prospect Howeverthat
That Hopes of Remaining Main-
land Territories Will Be Rea-
Washington, Mar. 2. Tho House
Territories Committee, while It has
unamiously determined that Oklaho
ma, New Mexico and Arizona ought to
be admitted to Statehood, has not pre
pared a bill providing for their ndmls
slon. There is some question In the
minds of Chairman Knox nnd the mem
bers of the committee ns to whether It
is wiser to bring In one bill admitting
the tree Territories or three separate
bills. The friends of New Mexico and
Arizona, particularly of the latter
would prefer to sec one bill, as It
would Improve their chances of admis
sion. There appears to be a grentcr
demand for the admission of Oklahoma
thnn for either of the other two. New
Mexico comes next In popularity and
approaches very close to Oklahoma In
that regard, white Arizona Is looked
upon with less favor.
While those who have studied the
cases nf the three Territories are con
vlnccd that each of them Is really en
titled by population, education, good
order and future prospects to Join tho
Union ns a State, ,the question of
their admission Is largely a political
one. For tills reason It would seem
wiser to present separate hills. Speak
er Henderson and the leaders of the
House arc nut inclined to regard tho
admission of Territories at this ses
sion as wise. Their opposition, how
ever, will not prevent the enabling bill
or bills from being considered. If
separate tills nro present Oklahoma
and New Mexico are practically certain
to be admitted, as far as the House U
concerned. Arizona's chances would
be poorer, but probably enough Repub
lican votes could be secured to put tin
Arizona bill through the Democrats
being certain to vote solidly for this
proposition. If one bill providing for
the admission of the threo Territories
Is presented by the committee, It wllf
pass because of the popularity of Ok
Inhomn and New Mexico.
The present tendency of the Senate
Is antagonistic to the admission of
more Territories. Whllo the Republi
can leaders frjl reasonably sure that
Oklahoma and New Mexico will be Re
publican, Arizona at the last election
went Democratic by a thousand. Still
the Republican party Is pledged to art
mlt tho Territories, and the admission
of Oklahoma and New Mexico would be
partially carrying out the pledge. The
Senate would be more likely to admit
Oklahoma or New Mexico If they ram
knocking In separate measures than tf
nn omnibus terrltorlnl admission bill
were presented. But even these Ter
ritories will gain sunn lent Senatorial
support to admit them, If they are ad
mitted, only because Republicans fear
a failure to admit them this session
will mean Injury to the party In the
Territories nnd they know that even
tually nil of these Territories must be
come States .
The Fire Claims Commission will re
sume Its sessions tomorrow, after u
lecebs of nearly three months. When
the thirty da 8 first tnken had expired,
Chairman F. W. Macfarlane was ab
sent on the Mainland.
M. II. RIggs, clerk of commission,
has In the meantime entered 3300
Judgments In the register, as the
awards must be registered before they
aro pajaLle. Judgments have jet to
be made In as many more claims heard
by the commission.
A few Hawaiian claims await hear
ing. Further Investigation will be
conducted Into claims for goods not
burned at all. but burled to nvold
quarantine risks before the fire and
recovered after It. Claims of Insur
ance companies for losses they paid are
still to be heard by the commission.
THE IIOR8E ALL RIGHT.
Editor Evening Bulletin: That white
horse which Is said to have shown red
markings after Its period In tho polo
gnme, with Shingle aboard, was all
right tho next day, Renorts of Its
ueam are even raoie exaggerated than
laies or its alleged wanton abuse.
.Mr. Shingle In Wyoming was Indeed
unkind to horses. In tho greatest
game or the u. or W. vs. the Wind
River Indians. Shlnglo would have
been called to account had he failed
to ride to victory. From the grand
stand It appeared that Robert was
leaning over whispering to his mount,
it was later learned that ho had bitten
oil the pony's le car. At the dinner
Shingle ate a steer and picked his
teeth with tho horns. That was his
first cxperlenco as a stock broker.
On being spoken to, Shlnglo has
agreed to still further reform. For
fear of tho suspicion that this comes
from a false friend nurvevincr lmitoii
Utmospheie, I subBcrlbe, faithfully.
la citossn PRACTICC
Tho lacrosse boys had another ex
rcllent practice on Maklkl grounds
last evening. There were thirteen
players present. Including several new
members., Tho Scotchmen of the city
nie oiganlzlng n team so the sports of
Honolulu may expect to have the pleas
ure of witnessing some fast games very
Commander Cowlcs of tho Navy,
whose name appears so frequently In
accounts of social haonrnincj at tha
White House. Is President itootevelt's'
li(ther-ln-law. He has been unusual
ly lucky In having shoro duty, an l it
In scld that the President, feailne tim
lmm"a"on ol favoritism to a rchtlve.
ls "ow looking around fur a chnnco lu
send the commander to sea.
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Following Is the metcrologlcnl sum
mary for the month of February
Temperature mean tor the month,
69.5 ; normal, 70.4, average dally maxi
mum, 76 1 jnverage dally minimum
61.4; mean dally range, 117, greatest
dally range, 21 degrees; least dally
range, 5 degrees; highest tempera
ture. 79; lowest, 52,
Barometer average, 30.000; normal,
29.900 ;hlghest. 30.22 on the llth, low
est 29.72 on the Hth; greatest 24-hour
change, 0.27, I. e. from any given hour
on one day to the same hour on tli
next ;lows passed this point on the
14th and 22d; highs on the Ith, 16th
Relative humidity, 75; normal, 75;
mean dew-point. 60.7; normal, 02.0;
absolute molstute 5.93 grains par in
blr foot; normal, C.21. A most im-
UMial drop of 20 degrees In the dew.
point took place from the 14th to thl
Rainfall. 1.23 inches ;noina1, 5 70;
rain-record days, 12 jnormal. 10, great
ct rainfall In one day, 0.41 inch on tho
2d; total at Luakaha, 3.44- normal,
11.50; at Kaplolanl Park, 0.27; nor
mal, 5.20. ,
The artesian well level fell slightly
during the month from 33.95 to 33.80
feet above mean sea level. March 1,
1901. It stood at 34,37. The avenge
dlly mean sea level for the month wn'
9 S9 feet on the scale. 10.09 represent'
Injr the assumed annual mean.
Trade-wind dajs, G (NNE one half
day); normal, 15; average force of
wind during daylight, Beaufort scale,
1 S, cloudiness, tenths of sky, 4.9 ;nor
mat do, l.t.
Approximate percentages of district
rainfall as compaicd with noimal: Hl
lo. 40 per cent; Hamakua, 40; Kohala,
S3. Walmea. 107: Kona. 42; Kau, 23;
Olaa. GO: Maul, 110; Oahu, 25; Kauai
90. January and February have both
been dry months.
Mean temperatures: Pepetkeo, Hllo
district, 100 feet elevation, average
maximum, 78.4; nvcrage minimum, 65.-
5. Wnlmea, Hawaii. 2730 elevation, 71.'
S and 59.0; Kohala, 521 elevation, 78.5
and 61.2; Wnlakoa. Kula, Maul, 2700
elevation, 75.5 and 52.1; Ewa Mill, 50
elevation, 78.4 and 62.4; United States
Magnetic Observatory, 80.6 and 62.0;
W R. Castle, highest. 78; lowest. 53
mean temperature, 69.3. (The mean
monthly temperature Is leckoned at
this office as 0.7 lower than the mean
of maximum and minimum.)
Mr. Fleming at the Magnetic Obser-
vaor. reports the mean dcvv-polnt, !
a m. 60.5, 9 p. m.. 60.2; relative hu
mldlty. 67.S and 73.0. Dr. Bond of
Kohala, mean dew point, 69.4; relative
luimldlt. 72.7. Ewa plantation, mean
ilw point, 61; relative humidity, 72.3.
strong north to northeast winds pre'
vjlied during the first seven days of
the month; from the 7th to the 27th
westerly winds were unusually persist
ant, with a decided cold wave on the
lrith and 20th, having n minimum of 51
degrees at sea level. Newspaper re
ports give Ire at 4000 fet elevation
On tho night of the 27th a northerl)
gale et in which continued Into March,
It Is pioluble that Hawaii was on tle
south side of a very extensive ills
turbance which produicd the storms oi
the first davs of March on the Main
land. Eaithqunkes on Hawaii, 9th, 6:23 p,
m , 20th. 3 30 a. m at Walmea, Ko
lial.i and Hllo.
CURTIS J. LYONS,
The committee In charge of the ar
rangements for the field day of the
Boys' Brigade met last evening and
m ranged tho order of events nnd tho
plana for the entries. As the contest
will take lilacs March 29. It was de
elded that all' entries must be In the
hands of the secretary of the commit
ten. Fred Young, at tho Y. M. C. A.,
by Match 25, nt 7 p. m. This means
that there must he specific entry of
each man of each team for eacli event
The track events will he run off In
the following order: Ono hundred yard
dash, half-mile run, high nurd lea. one
mile run, 440 yard run, low hurdles.
220 yard dash, relay race. The field
events will be In the followlnc order:
Shot put, pole vault, hraod Jump, high
Jump, hammer throw. The events on
the track and the field will bo given
Hmlle Wnldteiifel, the waltz writer.
though an old man of SO. still com
poses n lemarknblo nmount of dnnce
music. He Is said to havo a piano In
every loom of his magnificent house
In Paris, and composes first at one
and then nt the other. Just ns tho fan
cy takes him. Over 800 wauzes, pol
kas, mazmkas and other dances have
been written and published by M.
Vaccination of plants Is the Iden of
a Fiench botanist. Ho proposes to
raise suitable culture of parasitic fun
gl and Inoculate tho plants In order
to make them proof against the at
tacks of those parasites.
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