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BVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY. JAM. 23, 1906,
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SPECIAL NOTICES. I
1 HOUSE On Vineyard St
I HOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Dulldlng.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houiei In all rarts of the City.
DI8IIOP & CO..
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock nvo.
4 bdr., dec. wire, ono block from 2
car lines; good locality; $20 p. ra.'
P. E. H. Strauch, Walty Uldg., 74 S.
King St. 3260-tf
Rooms, furnished and unfurnished; :
light housekeeping allowed; spoclal
rates for board and lodging. Hotel
Lauhala, opp. Y. M. C. A.
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gcntlomen. At
783 Ilcrctanla St. 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwrl, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court Adams lane.
lj furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 81 Vineyard St. 2728 tt
Cirnlshed rooms at 1223 Emma siren..
Mrs. McConnelL 25R3
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walktkl. an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers The Weekly Edition of the Evening
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according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stablo, roads and side
walks; flrowood. Third door below
King, Mnunakca St ; P. O. box 820,
Telephone Main 396.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
, .... ' See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans Key MlIS-0 UoxcB sharpening ol
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur-. FB Cutlerv near Union drill
nlshes employees. 520 King St. fine tutiery. near union unit
T. Hayashl-Clothes cleaned, repaired Co a,n,d Wong Kau for lock, gun
and dyed. 537 BercUnla St. i 8raltl! ttnd S,cncral fP'1'1?- N"u-
anu betw. Merchant and King SU.
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H January 23rd.
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In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
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Cheap Homo near Park, Walktkl.
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To rent a small cottage out of town;
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iius iuuvuu iu iuu piuiiu wurvruuuiB
of U E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., "Union abovo Hotel St.
ror nice, smooth shsva call at the
Criterion Rlmo. 1111 Fort St
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them .Cleaned, Pressed, Re
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1153 :: fort :: street.
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W. W. RUSSELL, WHO MAY SETTLE THE DISPUTE BETWEEN
VENEZUELA AND FRANCE.
V. V. Htmi'll. who In doing his bent to Bi'ttU) tho tr.iulile IiWwcpii IVcxIdi'iit
CnMro nnd I'nince's illiloniatlv rvpn-wntiitlro In Vi-newii'ln, KictwiUtl Herbert
V. llowen ns United Ktnten inliilxtrr to Vciich-Iii. lit- Ik ii griutunte of th?
Nnvul nciuletiiy, spent flglit yi-nrn III Cumi-iiN ns nwri'liiry of the Ainorlcun
U-gatluii, Ims been minister to Columbia nnd Is u friend nf I'nwlilviit Cnitro.
VERY STORMY AND
YOUNG CANE HAS MADE PRACTI
CALLY NO GROWTH ON AC
COUNT OF THE COLD
For tho W cck hading January 20, 1U0C
Local OHUoU. a weather lliirenu. Ho-
nnllllll. T. II .Innilfirv lofffi
nolulu. T. II.. January 22. l'JtfG.
very siormy and unsciuc.l wcainci
onuu ons naye i irevaiicii tnrouguoui
... vyn. iiii vivjH.UIiu.i, iuv.
barometer, high southerly to wcsterl
In Oahu and Kauai. ' ' VT?tiZn T n VnV "'"
Young cano has made practically m '""; f'1 JT ' " " ' m" .
growth on account of tho cold weather, 'w' ln1n,"?h":S'ro"s 80.u'1,n(!8ter
and has also suffered considerable dam? ,o n ,1,?t,,l ln8ta,nt' ''" h?av
ago from high winds in many localities. , ra.,ni ,80 "hcr,y 1an.d. outhwcstcrIj
The harvesting and grinding of 1000wlndB dur.lnB nearly the cntlro week;
cane, however, liavo continued unln ,'"jr Paflur,e8 Repented by southerlj
ipminipiiii-. winior nhionimina . ri.. rains; ralnfnll, 1.45 Inches. A. Masou,
enlng slowly under tho ndverso wenth
cr conditions at prefcent prevailing
Coffee jilcklng was finished during tho
ween in windward oahu. The plowliiK,
of rlco lands
for the first crop of I90u'co,(l weather; rainfall, 1.12 Inches
gross. Leeward pasture I p Woods,
Is still In progress. Leeward pasture
navo uecn greatly uencuted by tho ro
'cut rains. Slral Is In good condition,
uoin in .iiaui and uaiiu. rr.irli, nvo.
cado icar aud other fruit trees aro bo
Binning to show blossoms for tho sum
it is evident that tho storm was quite
general in cnaractcr, ns all vessels ar
riving from both tho I'aclOc coast nnd
tho Orient wcro belated considerably
and reported exceptionally stormy ias
sages. Tho inter-Island channels have
uecn very rough, nnd local boats have
been unable to make many of their
usual landings. From the incompletr
reports nt present available. It would
seem the Islands of Hawaii and Maui
have suffered moro damage front tlif
storm than the more northerly Island'
of tho Croup. In northern Hawaii nnd
northern Maul, young cano was ion
eiiicramy damaged, tolephono line
were prostrated, nnd ninny bnuauu
trees and small shrubs wero destroyed
Much damage to plantation Imlldlngr
and Humes was jiIbo reported.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Kallmann The weather Is now quite
favorable for growth or ciops nnd
ripening of qrino; paBturago and graz
Ing stock In Kood condition: fnrllllz.
lng nnd hilling up cano and clearing
land; mean temperature, 09; rainfall,
.S3 men. j. e. Gamallelson.
I'onnhawal Tho hleh winds whlrh
hnvo provnllcd during tho last two
days nre breaking down cano and ba
nanus; weather otherwlso favorable
for crops and Held work; strlpplnn
cane; rainfall, .27 Inch. J. E. dama
lIUo Flno weather continues, with
occasional showers at night; nights
considerably warmer during past
week; heavy surf at end of week;
menr. tempcraturo, 72; rainfall, ,31
Inch, L. C. Lyman,
I'apalkotf Young cano making vor)
little growth, but weather favorable
for field work; stripping, cutting an-l
grinding cane; rainfall, 1,14 Inches.
John T. Molr.
Jlouomu Weather during tho past
week has been cold and cloudy, with
llttlo bunshlno; growing crops am
holding their color very well, but ara
making little growth; stripping nml
harvesting cano. Wm. Pullar,
Hukalau Weather conditions favor-
ablo for all held labor; high , wjnilil
throughout tno week; stripping, fer
tlllzhig, cutting and grinding cane;
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rainfall, ,58 Inch. J. M. Ttoss.
Papaaloa Cool days and nlghts.wltb
strong northeasterly winds bccomlnq
strong northwesterly on night of 18th,
weather conditions favorable for cultl
vntlon of nil crops; rainfall, .19 Inch.
Launahoehoo Vinn wonthpr. wIMi
P"crly wcll and heavy seas; nlghtu
very cool; rainfall, .22 Inch. E.
I Ookala Light trade winds durlntj
foro part of week, changing to north
westerly on 14th nnd 15th; rough sea
from 14th to date; harvesting cane;
mean tempernturc. 70"; rainfall, .25
inch. w. O. Walker.
. Kohala Wet weather with hlnli ko
na wind nnd low temperature durlntf
!.. . . . V. .. .. ?
iaai iour oays; nenvy rain sun tnreat
fined; mean tempcraturo, 70'; rainfall.
1D1 inches. Kohnla Sugar Co.
KohaIa MonA kona galo on tn6
,.. accomnanled !.v thtinilor nml
lightning; n severe kona storm during
aawi a rrass
1'uuhuc Strong southerly winds, ac-
I companletl by cltctrlcal storm nnd
heavy rains, during entire week; storm
'" ul "B "-'ti"i; biuck nuuvnng irom
i-nuaia a souincny galo
vailed during cntlro week; only .20
Inch of rain; moro needed. II. D. Har
Kopoho Drlght Biinshlne and warm
er weather during cntlro week; south
wind on 14th, ICth and 18th; mean
temperature, 71; rainfall,, 1.11 Inches
II, J. Lyman,
i ISLAND OF MAUI.
Klrahulu Heavy kona wind on
nlglu of 14th, with thunderstorm and
1.G0 inches of rain; still blowing hard;
uo damago dono to cano; weeding nnd
fertilizing 1907 crop; mean tempera
turo, 72; rainfall, 1.73 Inches. II
liana Strong southerly winds nnd
heavy rnln on night of 14th, attendod
by thunder; northerly winds and cool
nights during latter part of week. N.
Nniiiira weninor conditions iiavn
uecn very rnvoraulo this week; days
havo been warm, but nights cool; rub
ber trees nro looking well, but wcatbri
Is too cold for the planting of seeds;
rainfall, 1.30 Inches. C. O. Jacobs.
Hiielo Kona Btorm began on the
13th; heavy rains fell In tho moun
tains during night of 14th nnd reached
tho lower country on tho 15th; at 3 p.
m. of 15th a destructive wind storm
entered tho Koolau Oap and swept
down tho Keanao valley, cutting a
path Bomo 75 feet wide and perhaps a
mile long through the light vegetation
nnd causing many slides on tho sides
of tho valley; mean temperature, G8J
ralnfnll, 2,25 Inches. W. F. Pogue.
Peahl Kona wind blowing all week,
with plenty of rain during the latter
part; weather very cold, George
Haiku Southerly winds havo pre
vailed all week, becoming very high
on the 14th and 15th and attended by
i,omo rain; auundant sunsulne during
romalnder of week; pineapples and si
Bal doing well; peach, alligator pear
and other fruit trees beginning to show
blossoms for summer crop; on night
of 18th wind blew a gale from tho
kouth, damaging trees and vegetation;
mean temperature, 70; rainfall, ,98
Inch. D, D. Ilaldwln.
Kahulul Heavy rain on 14th,
amounting to 1.10 Inches. It. W. Fil
ler. Puuneno Warm days and cool
nights at end of last week, followed
by heavy rains from south on 14th;
clearing on 15th, followed by pleasant
.weather and light southerly winds dur
ing" fore part of present week; wind
increased to nurrlcano force on Thurs
nay afternoon and night, with heavy
fains; bad weather for harvesting, but
good for next year's cano crops; rain
tall, 1.02 Inches. J. N. 8. Williams.
Walluku Unsettled nnd very
stormy weather during greater part of
week; southerly gales on 14th, ICth
and 18th; plowing rice fields; mango
roes beginning to blossom; destruct
ive kona wind from 7 p. m. of 18th to
3 a. m. of 19th, with considerable rain;
bananas nnd small shrubs blown flat;
trestles and flumes blown down and
Considerable damago done to young
rane; rainfall over six Inches; mean
temperature, CO. llro, Frank.
Klhci (week ending ICth). Weath
er conditions throughout week favor
able for cane, with good rains on 15th
and ICth; rain general all over plan
tation and'SO per cent, heavier on tho
ippcr sections than In the lower Ipt
els; work of Irrigation and cultivation
Suspended for tho time being; mean
lempcraturo, 71; rainfall, 1.0S Inches.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Maunawtl! Weather during past
week Iibb been very stormy, nnd
nights hnvo been much colder than
during early part of month; vegetation
mndo no growth; coffee picking finish
cd; mean temperature, C6; rainfall,
2.18 inches. John Herd.
Walmanalo Cool weather all week;
rainran, z.az inches. a. Irvine.
Honolulu Menn temperature. 08':
rainfall, .AG Inch. Local Office. U. S.
Ewa Abundant showers have fall
en during the week and all pumps
hnvo shut down for n few days; south
erly and westerly winds all week, and
a strong westerly galo on night nt
ICth; no damage' dono; cano crops
and nil vegetation looking well after
iho rnln; mean temperature. Go';
ralnfnll, l.SG Inches. W. Lohrengol.
Sisal Stormy and very cold weath
er all week; wind on Thursday night
very high, blowing down trees; tho
rains have been very beneficial for si
sat. which Is In good condition; rain'
tall, 2.22 Inches. Wm. Welnrlch, Jr.
wnianae cold weatner continues,
and high winds have prevailed all
week with good rains; mean tempera'
ture. 70 : rainfall, 3.97 Inches. F.
Kahuku Tho very cold weather has
been detrimental to young crops; ex
ceptionally high southwesterly winds
have prevailed throughout cntlro week
and hnvo caused slight damage to
young cane; heavy rainstorm on night
of 18th, and all pumps have been shut
down: steadily harvesting cane; mean
temperature, 68'; rainfall, 3.29 Inches,
It. T. Chrlstopherscn.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Makawell Storm from the west on
ISth and 19th, but no Interruption of
cone grinding; menu temperature. G9'
rainfall, 2.45 Inches. Hawaiian Sugar
Eleole Cool days nnd cold nights,
with strong winds and good rains;
harvesting-and grinding cano stead
lly; rainfall, 1.78 Inches. McUrydo Su
Kcloa Week opened clear, but end
ed with a heavy rainstorm accompa
nied by high winds; very cool nights;
mean trmperature. G7: rainfall, 1.89
Inches. I'. McLnno.
Llhuo Very strong southwesterly
winds slnco 17th, with very low night
temperatures; menu temperature, CO';
rainfall. 1.13 Inches. F. Weber.
Kllauca Weather rather dry nnd
windy throughout entire week, with
very cold nights; mean temperature,
G7; rainfall, 1.28 Inrncs. L-. 11,
A. McC. ASHLEY,
u Vae Tor Clilriilry
That's right, Ilcrtle! You stick
there n-starlng. Don't you hotter to
give nobody no liclji." Sketch.
Moscow, Jan. 2. Tho conditions un
der which wo are allowed to vegotato
here It enn acarculy bo called living
have becomo more nnd moro onerous
within the last forty-eight hours. Yes
terday I made a scries of vain attempts
to speak to St. Petersburg by telephone,
while nn ofllccr and a soldier with buy
onet fixed stood by to guard against
the privilege being abured.
Today the telephone has passed en
tirely Into the hands of the military
authorities, no civilians being allowed
to iuo It. The staff of the hotel hns re
ceived a ctrlct Injunction to make no
communication .of any kind whatso
ever to anybody,
Not one of the revolutionists Is to be
seen near any of the barricades. In
deed, these barricades would seom to
be Intended to fulfill a similar object to
that of an old coat or hat hanging
from a stick, which frightens the crowB
trfom tho farmer b fields. One of tnem
Is surmounted with a sauco pan, stand
ing on a. chest of drawers, with a broom
fixed In It on the top of which a red
Hug floats In the breeze.
Hundreds of dead are stacked away
like logs of wood In tho yards of dif
ferent police stations throughout Mos
cow, watting Identification before
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