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nVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, FED. C, 190C.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Pcigo 8, N3W TO-DAY, for Now Ads.
HOUSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Dulldlng.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Beef cattle for sate at Ka
!l huUu Ilancb. Kan. Ha
wall. 3212 tf
TO WM I1BHH
Killtor Evening Bulletin: Ono
would hao thought that President
Plnkham of tho Hoard of Health had
tieen contradicted flatly enough and
often enough In hlg public statements
concerning health affairs In Kona to
make him more careful In speaking;
but, not Hero again In the Bulletin of
Jan. 18th. tbcro Is President IMnkham
reported at tho Hoard of Health meet
ing on the 17tli, as follows: "I present
herewith a petition of David Aiawa
and others, requesting a clinngo of
Government physician in the District
of Kona. As Mr. Alawa mentions tho
ideal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounuuu uy river; &uuu uaiuiug, -- - - , , . ,,..,. i,
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit me of the physician they deslro sub.
. ' . .- nA t,n;ni Annivist tutcd. the petition is open to suspl-
to P.'k.'u. 8trauch, Real Estate 74 on," and so on. Then he continues! chargCi that any other "sober Magts
M Klne fit Walty Bide. 3296-tf ' "ny that "Or. Goodhue write, rcfut-.lrlUo-. wouiu have thrown out of court
I recognlzo in tho artistic literary
tuuehes "mountain slopes nnd hoilsc-
lops, etc." tho inspired pen of tho
llullelln Bookman, except the use of
tho Dig, big I), n lack of restraint tna
Uookman would never have been guil
I should hardly think that the Cir
cuit Judge, tho two or thrco lawyers,
tho thrco doctors In Kona, would re
main quietly passive, at being called
"drunks" had tho Konalto dared to
sign his name. Let us make allow
ances: every Ink-sllngcr, however ac
complished, has not always the cour
age of his opinions.
Perhaps this is wise. Aggravated
people will sometimes act llko men
substitute tho fist for tho pen partic
ularly thoso who can wield either.
Truly, wo bore for years with Judge
Clarke's shortcomings; but when in
tha lato school nroccedlngs he nearly
precipitated a riot, and helped to
frame and listened to trumped up
Improved and Unimproved Proper-
Houies In all parts of the City.
D1SHOP & CO.,
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loan on first mortgages oij
Improved real estate, ijw inicrrsi
Anv nmmint. P. E. K. Straucli, Heal
Estate and Financial Agt., No. 74 S.
King St.. Walty Bldg. 32U6 tw
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Bcretanla St. 3270-lw
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punohou
College. Address IL F., this offlco.
jllng all tho charges; that tho petition
1000 Business cards, $2.00, At material
and worKmanBMp. Mercantile ucn
..ml Printers nml Hinders. Merchant
nn.l Alakea. 3298-3t
Pure Plymouth Kock eggs, and joung
chickens one month old. Appij
Farm Cornn, King ond MrCully
streets. 3290 tf
Cheap Home near Park, Wolklkl.
Address It. 9. K., Bulletin.
had been signed by 240 persons, in
Lclud.lng tho names of many women
and cmiurcn; mat me peuuun uuu
been circulated by Mrs. Atcherlcy and
many signatures on It had not been
placed thcro by tho bearers of these
The above statement is utterly
false. Tho tabling of tho petition on
tho erounds of such Inaccurato state
ment Is an Insult to tho 240 people who
have signed it, seven eighths of whom
Every signature Is genuine and I
can provo It to bo so. That "tho
names of women nnd children" occur
Is ns false ns It is ridiculous. I should
like to know what evidence there Is
and oealn actively assisted with Il
legal warrants In helping absolutely
healthy peoplo (Alawo, etc.) to a ban
ishment In Molokal; when he had
dono all this, It was Jolly well too
much, and high time to put a stop to
Therefore, centle reader, wondej
not at nn apparently vicious but Justl
liable attack on the Judge.
Had he but performed his duties, in
(lead of encouraging abuses, and In
tcrferlng whero ho had no right, noth
Ing would havo been said, even
though ho continued to carry his Jag
DRY WEEK FOR THIS
SEASON OF THE YEAR!
CONDITIONS FAVORABLE FOR Rl-
PENINQ OF 1906 CANE AND
FOR FIELD WORK.
Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau,
Honolulu, T. II., Feb. 6, 190C.
Although good showers occurred In
Naalehu Dry weather, with warml Wnlanae Day temperatures about
days but crj cold nights. G. O. Kin- normal, but early mornings still cold,
hey. Uomo rain fell during early part of
Kapoho Northerly gales on 30th I week; mean temperature, 70'; rain
and 31st ult., but otherwise pleasant Mall, 1.31 inches. F. Moyer.
weather during week; alligator pearl Walawa Winter pineapples rlpcn
trecs in blossom; mean temperature,' Ing fast; largo quantities of fruit show-
0; rainfall, .17 Inch. 'II. J. Lyman. Ing up for Bummer crop; mean tern
ISLAND OF MAUI. perature, 67; rainfall, .90 Inch. W.
Klnahulu Weather very warm nnd U. Waters.
dry, with light northeasterly winds; Kahuku Warm, sunny days and
woedlng young cane, which Is growing cold nights, with very little wind; all
rapidly; harvesting and grinding I pumps shut down; harvesting and
cane; mean temperature, 72; rain- milling of cano going on rapidly;
tall, OS inch. II. Neubaur. mean temperature, 69; rainfall, .60
Hana Weather clear and dry, with Inch. It. T. Christophersen.
I8LAND OF KAUAI.
Eleele Warm days and cold
nights; harvesting and grinding cano;
no rainfall. McUrydo Sugar Co.
Koloa Dry weather continues, with
cold nights; harvesting and grinding
cane; mean temperature, 68; rain
fall, .60 Inch. P. McLane.
Llhue Moderate wcatner, wun va-
light southerly winds during greater
part of wceK. N. umsted.
Nahlku Clear weather, with varia
ble winds; rubber trees hao shown a
hntlnr rrmurth Murine? lnrtt fflw rlftVS!
Bomo locallltles early In the week, tho 'rainfall, .78 Inch. C. O. Jacobs,
week ns a whole was quite dry for this Huelo Dry weather, with warm
season of the year, and was markeJ flaTg ana coia nights; mountain
by fairly warm, sunny days, very cool , BtrcaTna iow. pastures cry dry, but
nights, and occasional high winds. range stock in fair condition; mean rlable winds: had a welcome shower
While tho growth of young cane has 'temperature, 67'; rainfall, .89 Inch. of rain on 27lh ulL, amounting to 1.20
been checked by the continued cool w, y, Poguo. 'Inches; mean temperature, 68. F.
weather, conditions have been qulto Poahi Woathor dry and cold. Geo. Weber.
favornblo for tho ripening of HOG Groves. I Kcnlla Cool nights, with westerly
cano and for field work in the plants- Halku-Wlghts cool, but days warm winds; showery during fore part of
tlons. The harvesting and grinding of Bnd gunny, with light winds and very week; mean temperature 68; rain
mature cano havo therefore proceeded . Ilttlo rain; conditions ftvcry favorablo (all, 1.08 Inches. W. Jarvls.
rapidly In all sections. Winter crop for growth of pineapples and ripening i Kllauea Weather continues dry
pineapples, unuer ino innuence or me of fruit; sisal growing well; pastures and cold, with northwesterly winds;
sunny days, have ripened rapidly dur- Bnd grailng stock in good condition; mCan temperature, 09; rainfall, 1.23
ink uiu ween, una young pineappi? mean temperature, 71"; rainfall, .48 inches. L. u. Horclko,
ninnm nnva prawn vni . I httm irnn, I..I. r i ii.i.i
plants havo grown well. Coffco trccj
are generally reported as in good con
dition; the harvesting of this season's
crop was completed at L&upahochoe,
IIawall; during the week. Tho setting
out of rlco for tho first crop of 1906
dj the objection is not to tho most completed In tho Hanalct district nnd warm, with I'outlierly wind;
f, but to tho Injurious folly it i0f Kauai, Lowland pastures In thU ' ter part cold, with strong nortl
rs. I hope wo nro broad-mind section hao been somewhat damaged! winds and rain: early crops d
Gool cvntlo milch cow. Address K., ili every name witnessed by a nota
Bulletin 3297-lw ry public. Of courso such a thing
has ncer been necessary ocioru mm
LOS' I .
CctUgei Ii Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
rwly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard St, 2728 tf
Screened room, good locality. $7.00 Art
dress J Bulletin. 3299-1 Small, neatly furnished cottage,
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
ktkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Tomnln lor Finder return to this
office for reword 3271-tf
tho iieonle of tho Konas proposo to
know tho reason why tho Hoard of
Health should treat them with con
tempt, nn act to which thcro Is no pre
cedent. Let Dr. Goodhuo produce a counter
netlllon if ho can In his own fawir. As
Smnll bay horse, branded .N.; whlto for tho charges ogalnst him, I can pro
snot on forehend and 1 whlto hind duco actual bills and tho details of
foot. Reward If returned io l lomi,
I say again that nothing would have has begun In most sections, and Is al
. ,.- ,..- .Lt..ll.H I. .. ,n l.rt ' . ..... . ..
tm ...i. .. .. Il.l n.ft,unftnn If 11PPPII. cnCPnUnrS:
sary wo will produce another petition (ed enough here In Kona not to make by falt winds from tho ocean, but pas-
iinu ui u niujr miDBiuiiui uur..i ufeia t mires Beiivniiiy inruuguoui ino firoup
tho liquor itself, but only to Its abuse, are In good condition. Grazing stock
Judgo ClarKo docs not always stop in tbo nnocr levels Is still sufferlnic to
.. , --. . . .--
Theso details are merely tho nnswcf
to Konnlto's letter, I regret tho ncccs
slty of all this, but If Judge Clarke will
allow himself to Uo misled, Instead of
standing on his own Judgment of what
Inch. D. I). Baldwin. Hanalel Itlco almost all planted for
Pala Occasional light showers, with crop of 1906; lowland pastures have
warm days and cool nights; clearing been much damaged 'by strong north
ond plowing land; Irrigating, weeding, j westerly winds and salt air; upland
fertilising, harvesting and grinding' pastures doing well; rainfall, 1.15
tano; rainfall, ,22 Inch. J, J. Jones, inches. E. O. K. Devcrlll.
311 Peck Avenue
Position ns clerk In storo by young
lady with experience. Address L.,
Garnished rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. McConnelL 2CC3
' I dress 8., Bulletin.
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from 82 to 3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; Crewood. Third door below
King, Maunakca SL; P. O. box 820.
Telefbone Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Fort SL
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes;' repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St.
Umbrellas rvpalred and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D., PHY-
SICIAN AND 8URGEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOURS! 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN-
ING; SUNDAYS, 8 TO 10 A. M. ..
X. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed, 537 Beretanla SL
tome extent from tho continued cool
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Kaumana Weather continues dry.
with high winds, mostly southerly;
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pcnsacola and Beretanla.
8e Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Grin.
. Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nuu-
u.tnu betw. Merchant and King St
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel SL,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher; S3 month (8 lessons) ;
special attention to adult heglnnors.
Address Music, this office 3296 tf
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Th J.
Carlo Pawn o Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel SL
treatment In suDDort of them
The person responsible for tno cir
culation of tho petition Is myself. For
my own part, as ono of the clean per
sons arrested by Dr. Goodhuo and as
tho ono who sent In tho petition
against him, I havo received no per
sonal explanation from tho Board of
Health, but merely a curt note Inform
ing mo that tho petition is lauieu.
Holualoa, Jan. 25, '06.
Dupllcato to Evening Bulletin.
Holualoa. N. Konn. Feb. 1. 1906.
Tho President and Members of tho
Board of Health, Honolulu.
Gentlemen: On tho 25th of January
I addressed a letter to tho Board in
general, and received tho enclosed con
temptuous reply from tho President:
I havo nothing to do with any pri
vate communication addressed to Dr,
As a matter of fact, wo arc nt pres
ent obliged to pay for a club In order
to get a proper medical treatment
which cost us less than employing
your appointee, Dr. Ooodhue.
Still wo aro not blind to tho fact
that we, and not your, "President of
the Board of Health" actually pay Dr.
Goodhue's salary, through tho taxes.
I am well aware that I am not the
only ono whom an overweening sense
of Irresponsibility to tho wishes of the
peoplo has led you to treat discour
teously. I nm In cood romDanv. I understand
jou absoluttely refuse our request nnd
consider our petition a worthless fraud
and feel yourself strong enough to
rlpfv tho neonle.
Very well. Wo'll see whether this
one man rulo will stand In America or
not. Your letters will bo laid in mc
proper place when the proper time
I am, Very truly yours,
Duplicate to Evening Bulletin.
Holualoa, Jan. 25, 1906.
The President and Members of the
Board of Health, Honolulu.
I beg to acknowledge the receipt of
jour noto relative to the tabling of the
petition for the remoal of Dr. E. fr
Goodhue, the present government phy
slclan. As jou say nothing further, I
must conclude that the opinion of 211
otcrs is o small a matter as hardly
to be worth any mention, ecn the most
I assure you such treatment will
hardly conduce to render you popular
In a political renso.
Since I read your ollegeil reasons foi
tabling- tho petition only through th'l
dally newspapers, you win nnu my re
ply consisting of on obsoluto contradic
tion in the same periodicals.
should bo n neutral position, then I, ! quite cold here when wind comes from
nt least, as ono or tho direct suncrcrs, ,urcction of snow-cotcrcd Mauna
nave nu couipuaciiuu m uaiajsiuk miu,
Dear Mr. Konalte, this is tho repi)
you havo forced. Better have left II
alone. You have nerve, Mr, Konalte,
when you brand so many professional
men as drunkards; let us hope your
nhvslcal Qualifications may be equally
vigorous, you may need them.
I nm, respectfully jours,
MARY II. ATCHBrtLEY.
Holualoa, North Kona, Feb. 1st,
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8TREET.
Fine Fire Wood
O FOR 8ALE 0
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord & Belser. These ties will make
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
nulletln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day. For SI a year-
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Editor Evening Bulletin; In Week.
ly Bulletin, Jan. 30tb, appears a luttef
signed "Konalto," ostensibly in de-
funce of Judge Clarke.
Ono may truly sjy. defend me from
my friends, for on reading tho letter
u would havo seemed bettor for Judgo
Clarke had Konalte left tt alone. He
has Incidentally attacked thoso who
attacked Judgo Clarko, and theroforo
ho needs an answer:
This Is tho defence; That although
Judgo Clarko may get drunk and mis
behave himself, nevertheless alt the
professional men in Kona aro drunks,
nnd if not, they ought to bet
His words aro: The Intoxicated
That all men's palates are pleased man forms apart oiiwm. . . . no
(II4I.IILI-0 IllCUdtU IUTV, uuu Dim uu
the bench, etc." . . , And, again:
"Jm'go Clarko Is a D n sight better
Ju all respects than any of thoso who
accuse him!" . . . "Ho pays his bills
, , . and minds his own business, , ."
Although tho writer disguises his
name under a "nom do plume," being
Justly ashamed of his letter, I think
with the fare served by the
Cornrr HOTEL and BETHEL
HILO BOARDOT TRADE
Hllo, Feb. 1. Tho sixty-fourth meet
ing of the executive committee of the
Board of Trade of Hllo was held in tin
board rooms last Friday, J, A. Srott ll
tho chair in place of .Mr. Mason, who
bad gone out of town. A. Lindsay acj
ed as secretary.
After reading the minutes the secret
tnry read the resignation of Mr. Muson
as president, the same having been scut
In by Mr. Mason on account of his In
tended absence from the Territory for
some time. The Board refused to act
upon the document and it was tabled.
A communication was read from
Delegate Kalanlanaole asking thu
Board to communicate with Secretary
Wilson of tho Department of Agrlcul
ture at Washington, relative to soil
surveys hero and the assignment of a
tobacco expert to the Territory. The
matter was left with Mr. Lindsay to
prepare and forward a reply.
On motion it was decided to make tha
meetings of the committee open to rep
resentatives of tho press and to havo
tho regular meetings rooro of a public
character than In tho pasL They will
bo advertised so that the public may be
notified of the time of the meetings
Tho next meeting will be held on Frl
day evening at tho Firemen's Hall and
tho public is Invited to be present anil
make suggestions that are of value to
the town. .
Tho following committees were ap
pointed by the chair to serve during the
Local improvements A. Lindsay ana
C. Castendyck. Federal Improvements
E. N. Holmes. Advertising C. E
Wright. legislative J. T. Molr
Transportation D. E. Metzgcr. Agrl
culture U Turner. Varlod Industrie?
I. A. Andrews.
The names presented for membership
wcro those of R. I. Llllle and W. S,
Hllo. Feb. 1. A mass meeting attend
ed by most of tho Japanese of Hllo
was held at Moolienu Park last Tues
day night. Tho object of the meeting
uas to take steps toward securing p
Islt nt Hllo of tho Japanese training
fchlps that aro expected at the Islands
In tho near future. A committee of
teicnty was appointed, which met Wed.
nesdny night at Salvation Army bar
racks. Two petitions were drawn up
In proper form, the government being
very exacting in this regard; one for
the Consul nt Honolulu and one for the
Minister of the Navy at Toklo, M, Bat-)
to; anu inpse were lorwarueu uy last
Klnnu mall. S. Sato, who Is Interested
In the movement, said that since the
news was received a tew days ago thut
the warships would bo lu the islands,
Inquiries had poured In as to their coin
ing to Hllo; and that should they come
all tho Japanese In tha Island would
want to Bee them. The vessels coming
are the cruisers Matushlma, Itsukil
shlma and HaUildate, and are undci
Vice-Admiral H, Shlmamura, who saw
servlco In the recent war, as general
of staff under Admiral Togo. Tribune.
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Dulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions, Evening Bulletin,
1Ti6 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Per yr.
Kca; good ripening weather, but poor
for growth; stripping and harvest
ing cane; mean temperature, 66; rain
fall, .07 Inch. J. E. Gamallclson.
Ponahawal Dry, cold and windy;
cane growing slowly, but ripening
well; harvesting cane; rainfall, ,01
Inch. J. E. Gamallelson.
Hllo Dry weather, with warm day.
cold nights, and high winds from
northeast; at 6 p. m. of 31st ult., a
strong tidal wave swept the bay, but
did little damage; mean temperature,
70"; rainfall, .23 Inch. L. C. Lyman.
Papalkou Weather cold and stor
my, with high winds; crops nt a stand
still; plowing land; cutting and grind
ing cane; rainfall, .18 inch. J. T.
Popcckco Dry and cold, with high
wind?; rutting and grinding cano;
clearing and plowing land; mean tem
perature, 70'; rainfall, ,58 Inch. Jas.
Hakalau Dry weather, with high
winds; cano ripening rapidly; plow
ing land; planting, hoeing, fertilizing
and cutting cane; rainfall, 1.03
Inches; rainfall at Honohlna, .76 Inch,
J, M. Ross.
Papaaloa High winds, with cool
days and nights; cultivation of crops
progressing; ratherloo cold for young
cane; rainfall, .10 Inch. C. McLen
Laupahochoo Cold, Northerly winds
coffee harvesting finished; mangoes
and alligator pears In bloom; rainfall,
.70 neb. E. W. Barnard.
Ookala Dry weothor, with strong
northwest winds on 30th ana lilst tut.;
harvesting cane; mean temperature,
68; rainfall, .12 Inch. W. G. Walker.
Paaullo Weather unimproved:
winds contlnuo southorlr and wester
ly; heavy north swell running along
coast; good harvesting weather, and
all plantations grinding cano; mean
tomperature, 64'; rainfall, .76 Inch.
C. It. Blacow.
Paauhau Variable winds, with torn
peratures much lower again; harvest
ing of cane continues; rainfall, ,15
inch. II. Glass.
Honokaa A dry week, with vory
warm days and cool nights; mean
temperature, 07; rainfall, .08 inch.
C. II. Bragg.
Nlulll Foro part of week warm and
calm, with abundant sunshine; latter
part stormy, with low temperatures;
mean temperature, 71; rainfall, ,21
Inch. Robt. Hall.
Kohala Mill Fine, warm weather at
beginning of week, but very low tem
peratures during last fow days; cano
crops looking well; mean temperature,
70'; rainfall, .19 Inch. W. O. Taylor,
Kohala Mission Mean temperature,
69; rainfall, .19 Inch. Dr. 11. D.
Puakca Itnnch Fair and cold during
week, with very low night tempera
tures; arlablo winds; rainfall, .10
Inch. A. Mason.
Piiuhuc Strong southerly gnlo, ac
companied by heavy rains, began on
evening of 29th ult., and ceased on
morning of 31st ult.; lower land pas
tures In good order slnco rain; stock
Improving, although still affected by
told weather, B. P, Woods.
Knmuela Month closed with heavy
southerly showers, followed by a cold
spell wun northerly winds; mean tern
perature, 63; rainfall, .55 Inch. Mrs.
E. W Hay.
Puuwaawaa Very cold during tho
week, with rain on hut one day; pas
tures green; rainfall, ,45 inch. Robt.
Honokahau Weather somewhat
stormy, with strong northwest winds
but no rain; slight earthquake shock
on night of 30th ult.; qulto a blossom
on tho coffee; nights still very cold;
stock doing well. F. n. Oreenwell.
Kealakekua Warm days, with
abundant sunshine, but nights cool;
strong northwest gals on 30th ult.;
rainfall, ,60 Inch, Tlev. S. II. Davis.
Kealakekua Weather varlablo and
cold; heavy scob; sharp earthquako
shock on 2Cth ult., at 9:30 p. in.; rain
fall, .13 Inch. Robt. Wallace.
Kau Fairly warm days, but nights
cold; light winds; mean temperature,
66; rainfall, .20 Inch. F. H. Hayscl-den.
Foro part of week elenr
well; pastures and stock In fair con
dition; conditions in Kula section
much Improved: good pastures and
plenty of water, owing to tho lato
southerly rains. E, II, Bailey.
Puunono Wcathor dry, with warm
days and very cool nights; thrco
pumps Btarted this week; harvesting
of cano proceeding rapidly; rainfall,
02 Inch. J. N. S. Williams.
Walluku Vcather clear, but rath
er cool; streams qulto low; cano mak
ing slow growth; setting out rlco In
some sections; mean temperature,
64; rainfall, .02 Inch. Bro. Frank.
Klhol Weather a continuation of
that of last week; harvesting 1906
cano began on 29th ult.; steam plowing
for 1908 crop; mean tompcraturo, 71;
rainfall, .21 Inch. Jas. Scott.
Kaanapall Light showers at inter
vals, with warm days and cool nights;
all growing cano looking well; mean
tomporaturo, 64; rainfall, .15 Inch.
ISLAND OF OAIIU.
Ahulmanu Weather comparatively
dry, with coot nights, especially dur
ing latter part of week; mean tem
perature 68'; rainfall, ,15 Inch. H,
Maunawlll Weather has been un
usually ftno dmlng last week; pruning
and cultivating coffee; mean tempera
ture, 70; rainfall, M Inch. John
Walmanalo Weather fair, with
warm days and cool nights; rainfall,
12 Inch. A. Irvine.
Honolulu Mean temperature 68;
rainfall, .05 Inch. Local Office, U. S.
Manoa Clear days and cool nights,
with light winds and vory Ilttlo rain;
pastures and vegetation looking well,
-F, N. Parker.
A. McC. ASHLEY,.
FIRST CASH FOR
The first Installment from Kountzc
Bros. & Co. of New York In payment for
tho first $100,000 worth of the recently
sold bond Issue, arrived by cabto cs
terday through Bishop & Co. and waj
paid Into tho Treasury. Tho amount
paid In was a little over $98,000, which
pays for 8100,000 bonds plus Interest
but minus cost of transmission of the
money to New York.
Auditor Fisher was notified and Im
mediately approved the $28,0uu con
tract wllli the Honolulu Iron Works
for structural Iron for the Nuuanu res
ervoir, which he had held up because
there was no bond money available
With which to meet IL
NOT A CANDIDATE.
Editor Evening Bulletin: I hear
that my name Is being used as a candi
date for the judgoshlp In N. Kona. If
so. It Is being done without my sanc
tion. I know of no better man than
Mr. Clark to fill the position and I trust
he will retain it yet for many years.
Klholo, Hawaii, Feb. 1.
DODD In this city. February 6, to Mr.
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