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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It , FMDAY, TED. 2, 150
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COME ON SIR DAY
' Infantry Goes To
HAS BEST BAND OF ANY
REGIMENT IN U.S. ARMY
MEMBERS OF COMMAND DI3TIN
GUI8HED. THEM8ELVE8 IN
8PANIBH WAR AT 8AN
For tho second time tho Twenty-
rourtn, coiorcj, u. a. iniantry, is on
Its way to sene in me rniiippine is
lands, having nrrhed In Honolulu har
nor ibio jcsierany auernoon on inn
transport Sheridan. The transport wll
l"" " vxxioo vnuvi iui. ,cuiu,(
0Tn.' . ..... . .. u '
The Twenty-fourth Infantry left San
Francisco at noon, January 25, ant
tho sail to this port was without un-
usual ocnL The transport will put
Into Guam on its way to Manila and
will enter the China Sea by sailing
nr?.VJI"1 ,.l. S0l".hcrn .c"d.of 'l"0"-,,
When the regiment first tailed to Ma-
?la'ir. bat allol"' 1lZ? J? 1899 "
the third going In 1900, Company L
i,i ,.7 1 !' V
It Is the first tlmo tho en Ire regiment
has been ordered to the Orient.
Colonel Qeorgo P. Borden, command-
Ing the Twenty-fourth Infantry, camo
io iionoiuiu rajw,ira aiicr siwnu-
the United States on the clipper Dread
uJJlt Zl tut lit tS??,!
in lh nflt now "OHOlnlU
rn Mn nl., iiw h .,
d. ih. m.S5!n nftn iS
a ' M,?..?hr'dnni "?.' !S? Mi1?'
u 7m. ,. hii ..iiin; ., tl.raln0 what t contained.
teSinffrtnrtiSii? Mr- Cohcn wl b0 Jln"' hew "V
lanl In 1805. During their present voy- ,.. -,.ii ,- n
ago from San Frandsco, Captain lca ,;Bt!?JLn',E'P"
Haawa..,anar,.natnd'.0Uars Sey"" .Xl B7.h "1'VK, f?rX:l"1Prbab,-
thoy first saw them ,y' bo p,lt on at ,he 0rPllcl"n uy local
Members of tho Tcnty-fourth Infan- '"''"i' ,", ,Cohc" ,carrl" ,lho C08
try aro proud of their band, whlcu "mcs wlth hlm and ls a dnncln8 maB"
thcy claim Is tho best In all of thu, . .., , . ,. , ,
United States Army. It was selected' .Thf radium danco Is performed on
by tho Goornment to play at tho St. lhJ ,8taK0 '" ,olal ""Kne-, Tho girls.
Louis exposition and receUcd the iom- fj1 'n n""!bcr' danco gracefully to tho
pllmeuls of all who wero entertained wmlo of tho radium dance, from "Plff,
by It. Tho leader of tho band Is a .Paff' Pourf," creating an unusua and
whlto man. O. W. Thompson. , Interesting effect. The radium danco
Tho Twcnty.fourth Infantry dlstln- J,ag a"t Introduced at tho Casino In
gulshcd Itself during tho war with N,ow York c',y- U '" now on tho r"
Bpaln. It was n part of tho Third Uri- pneum circuit.
gado which mado such a gallant rec-l
ord for bravery on San Juan Hill, where 1 1 t rAIIT
it lost four commanders In eleven mln-
utcs. In the Philippines It gave splen-
did satisfaction to the Government, for
tho soldiers were better able to with
stand the dangers of tho climate than
were the whlto men.
n "h"ShH,C,. ,y.:";-'.- r,"n..l
W. F. Tucker, chief paymaster of tho
Philippine Islands. Ills son. Logan
Tucker, ls well known In Honolulu. '" .',i , VM .. I
Col. Tucker has Just burled one of his",'"0 man ln'h, wator- whether tbo
rt --- . .t ..- .A!lnneROIA nr Tinkntn run linplr mil nfl
sous, ueorgo lucKer, in me siaies, ana :: : .. . .. .. :.
ho went to be with him at his death. We h?rb'- channel If they tic up at
In tho second cabin of the Sncrldan""6 ,Vaval wharf, and orlous other
aro a number of colored women, wlus QU?ons of vast Importanco to sea
pf soldiers, which the Clovernment SlnS men, also cannot reach an agrco
moves from one placo to anolher with mcn: ?B ,0.why sea gulls will not re
nin Irnnm Thnrn nro Kl nsiutiTOr. In main In ttllS Vicinity. SomO Say It is
the second cabin. In the steerage there
aro 837 soldiers
Tho. following data, covering a per
iod of 29 years, havo been comnlloJ
from the Weather Dureau and McKlb-'thn
bin records at Honolulu, T. II. They direction and wero seen no more. Cap
are Issued to show the conditions that ,a Kelloy, on this particular trip, fed
havo prevailed, during the month In -he birds every morning.
Question, for the above period of years,
but must not be construed as a fore
cast of tho weather conditions for tho
Month February, for 29 years.
Temperature. (1890-1905) Mean or
normal temperature, 71 deg.; the warm
est month was that of 1897, with an
average of 74 deg.; the coldest month
was that of 1903, with an acrage of
07 deg.; tho highest temperature was,-;i0;ivo;iKs0;ys0;i;
82 deg. on 17th of 1890. ICth of 1897,'X . . A
and 22nd and 23d of 1900; tho low- flUl' A T flf fl A TIYHTft fi A T H X
est tcmneraturo was 02 deu. on ICth of 6 lK k HI l!llflsVclIlll- VAIL A
Precipitation (rain) 1877-1891 and
1905) Acrago for tho month, 4.75
Inches; average number of days with
01 of an Inch or more, 12; the great
est monthly precipitation was .,14.00
Inches In 1893; the least monthly pro
clpltatlon was 0.28 Inches In 1905; tba
greatest amount of precipitation re
corded In any 24 consecutive hours was
8.C5 Inches on February 27, 1888. I
Relatlvo Humidity' 9 a. m, 73 per
cent; 9 p. m., 79 por cent (1890-1904)
8 a. m , 09 per cent; 8 p. m., CO per
Clouds and Weather. (1890-1905)
Average " number of clear days, 9;
partly cloudy days, 13; cloudy
Wind Tho prevailing winds havo
been from the northeast; tho acrage
hourly velocity of tho wind during
February, 1905, was 0 0 miles; the
highest velocity of the wind during
February, 1905. was 20 miles from the
southwest on 17th.
Station: Honolulu, T. II.
Dato of Issue: January 30, 1900.
ALKX. MtC. ASHLKV,
Section Director, Weather nureau.
9 o'clock avcragos from records of
Territorial Meteorologist; 8 o'cloik nv
eragos from U. S. Weather Uureau rec
Tho Weekly Kdltlon of tho Evening
Ilulletln gives a complete summary
the nows of tho day. For 1 a year,
AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL
LOOKS 1 III
Tho room of Sydney I,, Cohen at the
Hawaiian Ho(cl Number 30 t night
looks like hell. Mr. Cohen Is a repre
sentative or uarry Clark's radium
danco and electrical effects and Is
making a tour of the world which will
last Ove years. Ho will visit all the
dlffetent cities of any Importance In
hlB room for show he hns fixed every
thing to bo.vlsible In the dark. He Is
from New York.
The key-hole surroundings have been
coated with radium although Mr.
Ivuutjii cumin uu uui'b not unnK ana
can be st'en as plain In tho dark as If
It wero broad daylight, Tho electric
button for turning on tho lights has
been painted with the mixture and Is
always vlslblo at night. On Mr, Co-
hens dresser stands seernl cans of
radium which In tho dark look like
electric lights with a paper around
them. In his clothes closet there
hangs coats and Vests and pants and
nats which look all right when tho sun
shining but change completely when
uarKness comes on. 'men they aro
Pl'ncr to eyesight than during tho
day they, too, havo been coated with
nverjthlng about Mr. Cohen's room
Is radium, or has something to do with
t. j,o carries in his trunks thirty
pounds of the powder, which Is mixed
I with turpentlno and oil and makes a
gort of a ,,, EvcrvthlnB maglna.
Wo Is coated with this mixture and
raake8 ,t plaln ttt nl ht aU h
DCCn cocrod with the m xture, and
whcn ,urned oo8e nmong ,ho 'oth6r
nuv. luitinj iwoc n,uuii(, iiiu Ullllir
ruutins causes sucn a commotion that
as a result all tho other pests leavo
Evcry pounJ Mr Co, h ,
hlm '"valued at $108. This radium
a , K n , wngh,
tln0 lhat on a num,,cr of occasions It
hcfa ,akcn , h ,,,
houso ln New York wllhout duty. The
mclal8 n""16 chemical analyses of
"" Powder but were unable tb dctor-
Aril III II I A l.llslr
ULrl MULLU UURIL
HERE BUT SOON 1UVE
8ea gull, ore seldom seen In tho vL
""Lv.," ,no. "awm.an isianus. jno
authorities along the waterfront whoj
,,le climate; others arguo that It Is the
food; and, In fact, every other man
nad a tiiircrcnt reason.
A number of the birds followed Cap
tain Kelloy of tho bark dcorge Curtis
on his last voyage from San Francisco
to Honolulu. They wero with hlm un
til tho tug Fearless started to tow the
bark Into port. Almost Immediately
spa culls hnaiip.i in h nnnn.it..
Pek bk, Mohlran, Feb. 1, from Sav
Francisco. It. O. Ross and wife, C
Iledcmann, Jr., M. II. Slgafoos.
Fine Job Printing at tho Bulletin.
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Per transport Sheridan, from San
Francisco, Feb. 1. For Honolulu.
Capt. It. U Hush, 10th Infantry; Capt.
Jas. V. llelilt. 10th Infantry. For Ma
nila: Col. Geo. P. Harden and wife,
Col. 0. C. Goodloe and wife, Llout. Col,
V. F. Tucker, Lieut. Col. Dent, wlfo
and daughter. Major W. I Knccdler,
wlfo and two children. Major I'.llas
Chandler and wife, Major U J. lleam,
Capt. W. It. Dashlel and wlfo, Capt.
Jas. I). Hughes and wife, Cnpt. K. II.
Gosc, wife and son, Capt. I. C. I'cnks,
wire anu daughter, Capt. Geo. 11. Mo
Master, Cupt. II. I). Nelson, wife and
daughter, Capt. Albert I-awv, CapL W.
U. Cochran, wife and baby, Copt. T. T.
Frlssel. wife and son. Capt. II. J. Max-
ey, wife and baby, Capt. Jas. N. Munro
and wife, Capt. John W. French, Capt.
W. II. Oury and wife, Capt. P. O. Clark,
wife and mothcr-ln-law, Lieut. Robert
U. Peck, Lieut. It. U. Cahert. Lieut.
J08"!'" Herring and wife, Lieut,
sweCncy, wlfo and baby, Lieut.
. ... ... .., .
A. Parker. Lieut. II I). Mitchell and
wife, Lieut, Chas. H. Iloonc, Lieut. H.
C. Rutherford, Jr., and wife, Lieut. II.
8. Knox, wlfo and daughter, Lieut. W.
II. Patterson, wlfo and child, Lieut. Ira
V Fraol. Llout. Chas. Iwartz, Lieut,
lames i:. McDonald and wife, Lieut.
Frnnklln 1.'. Hurt and wife, Lieut. Chas.
F. Sooreon, Llout. Kdwln Gunner,
Lieut. V S. Fulton. Llout. Frank Moor
man, Lieut. John C. French and wife,
Lieut. Marvin E. Malloy, Lieut, A. It.
Williams and wlfo, Lieut. Lorcn C.
Grieves, Lieut. Itlcliard D. Lo Garde,
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