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SNOW FELL ON SUMMir
OF MAUNA KEA, HAWAII
YOUNG CANE HAS MADE LITTLE
ADVANCE DURING WEEK.
1908 HARVESTING AND
For tho week ending January 6,
Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Honolulu, T. II., Jan. 8, 190G.
Tho past week has been characters
cd by rather hleh barometer, stronr
trade winds and
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rrttasilrtinl shAwni-a 1
Cool nights bavo been the rule, but
mean temperatures havo approximat
ed the seasonal average. Rather hea
vy rainfall hns occurred In the Puna
and Hllo districts of Hawaii, oasrorn
Maul and northern Kauai. Snow fell
on tho summit of Manna Kea. In lis.
wall, on December 29 and January 3.
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little TadvancQ durtne the Tweek II.
thcr In Ilia Plinn nml Tllln .11... .1.' "w"' -'-""B "HU IB Oil mOl COH US
of Hawaii anf tho m Jh h. itaMrtl dono nt Ul18 placo unU1 the raln "'"I"1
Of MaS flehl oueraHnn8 hi Wn io"K Cn0URh ,0 "Crm,t ,ho '""J
01 .Maui, ueiu operations havo been',..),,, rainfall u ri lnrh n n t
creatly retarded by tho wet condition'?'?' Inchcs.-C. O. Ja-
of tho soli. Tho harvesting nnd grind'
Ing of 1900 crqp cano hns become gen'
crai. ami mo shipment of raw sugar
to the mainland has begun. Young
t'lneapple plants nro generally report
ed na In good condition, but the ripen
ing of winter fruit has been rather
flow during tho past week on account
of rather low temperatures and a defi
ciency of sunshine. The canning of
?,'"!," "r!",C," h",!,!!e.g""..?t.."alk"':
Maul. Coffco picking continues In
windward Oahu nnd wlndwnrd Hawaii,
but Is virtually completed In leeward
Hawaii, where only a small amount
!'Za!n8T.I,,?.,mrVC't0,,,.ln the,"",p1r'l Rood condition; mean temperature,
Revels Past res generally arc In fair n d . ralnfa 2ii lnchQlD, ,
condition, although In need of rain In Baldwin,
tim" leeward localities. SIboi Is In
Kooa conumon. iiica tanas are ucing
piuweu in on eciions. and secu nco -
lc being planted In tho nurseries.
Nahlku, Maul, a very heavy rainstorm
on tho 3rd Instant washed away a con
siderable area of land under cultiva
tion, and tbo correspondent nt that
placo states that tho clearing of new
land Is the only work that can ba
done there until drier weather ob
tains. REMARK3 DY CORRESPONDENTS.
ISLAND, OF HAWAII.
Kaumana Weather continues cold
and rntny, In conscquenco of which
the soil Is so wet that field operations
have been much retarded; paBturago
abundant, nnd grating stock In good
condition; stripping cano; mean tem
perature, G8 deg.; rainfall, 4.04 Inches,
J. E. Qamallclsori.
Ponalmwal Rainy, unsettled weath
er continues and the ground Is far too
wet for advantageous cultivation;
stripping cano: rainfall, E.13 Inches.
J. E. Gamallelson.
Hllo Continued rainy weather, with
cloudy days and cold nights; mean
temperature, 71 deg.; rainfall, 5.42
Inches. L. C. Lyman.
Papalkou Weather has been very
much against all crops and work; com
menced grinding cano on 4th Instant;
coating of snow on summit of Manna
Kea on 3rd: cutting and grinding cano;
rainfall,' S.S7 inches. John T. Moir.
Pepetkco Cano continues to show
growth; plowing, fertilizing and hill
ing up; mean temperature, 72 deg.;
rainfall, 4.42 Inches. Jas. Webster.
Honomu Cool, showery weather
continues; land Is very wet for cultiva
tion, and cane Is making very little
growth; stripping 130C cano.-
Hakulnu Weather during pnst week
has been rnthcr wet for field work nnd I
n!S,ll,',..!!.'0,ljCen 'i l,oclnB,.,lrl.p'
r? 3. V .."
fall . 0.71 lnches.-J. M Ross.
jiuuuiuu .milium during wi-ck, u.-
Inches. John Patterson.
I'anaaloa Weather cool, with after
noon and night rains; growth of cane
retarded by cool weather; rainfall, 2.07
Inches. C. McLennan,
i.aupanoenoo onowery an ween,
with heavy sea; nights cool; coffee
slow In ripening; rainfall, 3.10 Inches
E. W. Barnard.
Ookala Harvesting cano; strong
trado winds; mean temperature, 09
leg.; rainfall, 1.92 inches W. O.
Paaullo Weather warm for crops
and good for tho harvesting of cane;
heavy southerly swell along coast In
terferlng with shipping; first snow ot
season visible to' Hamakua district
tell on Mauna Kea on December 29.
mean temperaturo, CI deg.; rainfall,
.79 Inch. C. R. Blacow.
Paauhau Qood wcathor for this sen-
ton of the year; steady trado winds
with occasional light rains; mill grind
ing steadily; rainfall, ,70 Inch. II.
NlullI Cloudy weather with rather
strong winds; cone has mado very lit
tle growth for several weeks past;
mean temperature 72 deg.; rainfall,
.01 Inch. Robt. Hall
Kohala Good weather for cane; all'
crops looking well; mean temperaturo,
71 deg.; rainfall, .00 Inch. w. O. Toy
V ...... ,. . ,
Kohala Mission Moan temperaturo,
. u.ii in a u - ti
, minimi, . lm.-u. ur. u. ...
Punkca Ranch Flno woatherwItli
moderate trado winds and somewhat
higher temperatures; good growing
weather; rainfall, .20 Inch. A. Mason.
Kamuela Kino weather during week
with increasing northerly winds; mora
mow fell on summit of Mauna Kea
early In week; mean temperaturo, 03
deg.: no rainfall. Mrs. E. W. Hay.
Honokahau Wcathor during past
week has been most satisfactory; rain
during early part of week was rolIow
td by warm days and abundant sun
shine; cattle and pastures looking well
F. R. Qrecnwcll,
Kcalakekua Cool nights, but days
warm, wltri a fair amount ot sua-
sblno; rainfall, .89 Inch. Rev. S. 11.
Kcalakckua Italnfall during week,
.19 Inch. Hobert Wallace.
Knu Moderate trade winds and
light showers during week; pastures
looking well; mean tompcraturo, 07
deg.; ralnlall, .70 Inch. K. II. Hoyscl
den. Xaatchu Weather continues lino
and warm! n good shower on night of
Dec. 28; crops and pastures look well;
lalnfnll. .91 Inch. O. O. Kinney.
l'aliala Clear days and cool nlchtn;
tane Is making no growth; mean tem
perature, C9 deg.; rainfall, .20 Inch.
ri. V, Harrison.
Knpoho Hrlght weather, with urns
poet of less rain;- mean temperature,
72 deg.; rainfall, 4.16 inches H. J,
Olaa Commenced harvesting cano
on za ana grinding on tbo 4th; har
vesting In lower section only; moan
'i''"re. ii oeg.; raimnii, 7.36
inrnp . v.. i Mrrnnn
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Klpahulu Weather continues very
wet; seeding, hoeing and fertilizing
cane; mean temperature, 72 deg.;
talnfall, 3.19 Inches. Andrew Gross.
Hana Weather during past week
bas been showery, with strong trndo
winds. N. Omsted.
Nahlku On the 3rd, C.80 Inches of
ta,n fe"' Bltendcd by thunder nnd
Huelo Showery weather nil wcok.
and a very heavy rnln between 6 p. ni.
nnd 11 p. m. of 3d; Vock in poor con
dition; mean tempcratur". 9 deg.,
talnrnll, G.07 Inches. W. F. 1
Peahi Weather stormy and . '
with strong winds and heavy rains.
Haiku Moderate temperatures nnd
trowing well, but' warmer and drier
considerable rain; pineapples are
conditions would bo better, especially
for tho fruiting plants; commenced
canning pineapples on 4th Instant; Irrl
gatlon ditches running full; pastures
Pain Moderate temperatures with
nl,Undant sunshine nnd occasional
Bnowcri). rnnfnli 1-19 ncbcs. j. j.
Knhulul Warm days and cnol
nights; high winds and choppy scan.
II. W. Filler.
Puuncne Very seasonable weather;
warm days and cool nights; good sup
ply of water in ditches; harvesting
operations In full blast; both mills
running; no rainfall. J, N. S. Wil
liams. Wnllultu Cool, fair weather hns pre
vailed during the nnst week, with mod
crate trado winds and light showers
nt night; seed rlco planted; 1907 cano
looking fine; grass plentiful nnd water
supply good; mean temper'uture, 71
beg.; rainfall, .10 Inch. Uro. KrniiK.
Klhcl Warm days and cool ntghu
continue; .27 Inch of rain fell on upper
section of plantation on 2d; ditches
running full and all pumps Idle; It
tlllilng and hilling up ratoons; all
plant cano for 1907 crop has a promis
ing appearance; mean temperature, 73
(leg. James Scott.
Kaanapalt Cloudy and unsettled
weather, with light rains at Intcrvnln
hero and heavier rains in higher lev
els; all vegetation looking well; mean
temperature, 71 deg.; rainfall, .00
Inch. Wm. Robb.
ISLAND OF OAHU,
Ahulmanu Clear and cool weather
during tmtiro week; not much growth,
mean temperature. 74 deg.; rainfall,
.90 Inch. II. R. Macfarlane.
Mnunnwllt Improved weather con
ditions during lntter part of week, tho
days being drier but the nights a little
colder: picking coffee; mean tempera-
turo, 74 deg.; rainfall, ,92 Inch. John
I ITnlmnnntn fi.,1n.al ...
'.. n .,,. ,ifn,i cn i...i.
A jrvino '
'lIouoluiu-Menn temperature. 73
ie-i win'"". -10 Incb.-Local Office,
U. B. Weather Bureau.
Sisal One good shower of rain ilur
Ing week; cold weather continues, with
heavy dous; sisal doing well. Win
Walanae Wurm days , nnd cool
nights, with high winds at frequent
Intervals all week; mean temperature.
74 deg.; rainfall, .00 Inch. V. Moyer,
Walawa Winter pineapples ripen
Ing very slowly, but young plants do
ing well; meat temperature, 71 deg.;
rainfall, .64 Inch. W. II. Waters.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Makawcll Clear, bright weather,
with cool nights; mean temperature,
73 deg.; rainfall, .18 Inch. Hawaiian
Eleelo 1.28 Inches ot rain on after
lioon of 2nd, but week othcrwtso dry
und warm; nights cool; harvesting
nnd grinding cane. McBrydo Sugar
Koloa Oood growing weather, with
light showerB; metfu temperature, 73
deg.; rainfall, .87 Inch. P. McLane.
Llhuo Weather conditions continue
favorable for growing crops; mean
temperaturo, 72 deg.; rainfall, .77 Inch.
Kcalla Sunny days and cool, shpw-
cry nIgnta. growlng call0 doing well,
pnd 1900 cane ripening; mean tomper-
,,. Ti ,w. rninf.n m in.i. w.
K I'l n u o a-Wcathcr conditions
throughout week very favorahlo for
..., .,i, i f irrlimtlon
i"""! .. i -,-,. w a--
wnlcr auunuanl- mcnn'tO
71 deg.; lalnfull, .32 Inch. L. II. Bo-
Hanalol Rlco fields being plowed
nnd nurseries ot young eeed rlco All
planted; pastures in lino condition;
ralnfnll, 2.45 Indies. E. Q: K. Ucv
A. McC. ASHLEY,
Per stmr. Ko Au Hou, Jan. 8, for
Anahola. B. Waggoner, Jno. Mcnclus.
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.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Third Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probato. In tho Mattel
of tho Estato of David Hukal Kohol
wal, deceased. Order of N'otlco of
Hearing Petition for Allowanco of Fi
nal Accounts, Distribution and Dls
s1lfl First ("in s-Afiitlnm nnrl fillet tl.n . I
; ;-.. r '::..: ? t; ., . r ,w
uu "" HH.-UUIIIO ui i.. a. rraier,
Administrator of tho Estate of David
iiui;ai Kanoiwai, wnercln ho asks to
ne allowed x and
(harges himself with $
:nd asks that the name may be exam
ined and approved, and that a final or
der may bo made of distribution of the
property remaining n his bands to tho
persons thorcto entitled, and discharg
ing htm and His sureties from all fur
ther responsibility as such administra
tor of tho Estato of David Hukal Ka
holwal, it la ordered that Wednesday,
the 31st day of January, A. D. 1906, at
10 o'clock n. m beforo tho Judgo of
Bald court at the court room of tho
said court at Kallua, Island of Hawaii,
be and tho same hereby Is appointed
as (ho tlmo and placo for bearing said
petition and accounts, and that all,
persons Interested niny then nndthcro'
appear nnd show cause, If any thcyl
have, why tho samo Bhould not bo'
granted, and may present evldenco ns'
to who nro entitled to tho said prop
erty. And that notlco of this order. In
the EngllBh and Hawaiian languages,
ho published In tho Evening Bulletin
nnd Kuokoa newspapers printed and
published In Honolulu, for thrco sue-
ccbsIvo weeks, tho last publication to,'BERIA , .
lie not less than two weeks previous !'c, AMARU
flirt Minn IhrwnlH nnMnlMln.1 . J .1
--.v tiuiv iiiviti uuiui,i,'U iur BUIU
Dated t. Kallua, this 19th day of De
Hy tho Ccurf.
Horry T. Mills, Attorney for Peti
tioner. 3204 Dec. 26; Jan. 2. 9, 10.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probata; at Chambers. In tho Matter
of tho Estato of William Kamana, de
ceased. .Order of Notlco of Petition
tor Allowanco of Final Accounts and
Dlschargo In This Estate On reading
and filing tho petition and accounts of
William O. Smith, Administrator of the
Estato of William Kamana, wherein
he asks to bo allowed J2.30C.03 and ho
charges himself with $5,051.27, and
asks that tho samo may be examined
nnd approved, and that a final- order
mny bo made of distribution of tho
property remaining In his hands to the
persons thereto entitled and discharg
ing him nnd his sureties from til fur
ther responsibility as such, It Is order
ed that Monday, tho Cth day ot Febru
ary, A. D. 190C, at 9:30 o'clock a. m.,
heforo the Judge ot said court at tho
court room ot tho said court at Hono
lulu, Island ot Oahu, bo and tho samo
hereby Is appointed as tbo tlmo and
placo for hearing said petition and ac
counts, and, that all persons Interested
may then and thcro appear and show
cause. If any they havo, why the samo
should not bo granted, and may pre
sent evldenco as to who aro entitled to
the said property. And that notlco ot
this order, In tho English language, bo
published In tho Evening Bulletin
newspaper printed nnd published In
Honolulu, for three succcsstvo weeks,
tho last publication to bo not less
than two wcoks previous to tho tlmo
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 2nd day ot
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR..
Second Judgo of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit.
3209 Jan. 2, 9, 10, 23.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probate., In tho Mattel
of tho Estato of Hanuab Wall. Order
for Notice of Hearing Potltlon for Pro
bato ot Will. A document purporting
to bo tho luBt will and testament ol
Hannah Wall, deceased, having on the
26th day of December, A. D. 1905, been
presented to said Probate Court, and
a petition for tbe pVobato thereof, and
for tho Issuance of letters testamen
tary to Cocil Brown, having been filed
by Cecil Brown, It Is hereby ordered,
that Monday, tho 29th day ot January,
A, D. 1900, at 9 o'clock a. m., ot sal4
day, at tho court room of said court,
at Honolulu, Oahu, bo and tho samo
horcby is nppolntcd tho time and plac-j
for proving said will and hearing said
application. It Is furthor ordered thai
notice thereof ba given, by publlca
tlon, onco a week for throo successive
weeks, In the Evening Bulletin, a
newspaper published In Honolulu, the
last publication to bo not less than
ten days previous to tho time therein
appointed for hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, December 2C,
J. T. DE BOLT,
First Judge, First Circuit Court.
3204 Dec. 20; Jan. 2, 9, 10,
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Delivered to any part of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co
Kewalo, Telephone Blue I1tl
. OF ALL KIND8.
Dealers In Lumber and Ccr-i
ALLEN & RODIN80N,
Queen 8L, Honolulu.
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S K. AKI & CO.,
1028 kITH kTRKKT
Furt 8AN FRANCIdCOS
SIERRA JAN. 9
ALAMEDA JAN. 24
SONOMA JAN. SO
ALAMEDA FKH. 14
VENTURA FED. 20
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CHINA JAN. U
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MAN'UMUA "KB. 18
HONOKONO MARU FEB. 23
KOREA MAIL 2
COPTIC MAR. 13
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Pacific Mall 8teamshli Co.
Toyo Klsen Kalsha Steamship C.
at your homes, saving y-iu ts tioaMa
steamers of above compJas aaa 4aK"
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Beaver Lunch Rooia
The Bike Doctor. I have a l
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our specialty. Wheels Keel
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