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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. Hi. TUESDAY. ATTIU. 3, 190C-
- HOSIERY SALE
Only Three Days
Sale ends Saturday night
This is one of the times when
you make money by spend
ing. We still have a good
line of sizes Come eai
Black Hose White Hose
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IN ALL SECTIONS
N. S. SACHS ii
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TEMPERATURES DECIDEDLY BE-
LOW NORMAL DUT TAKE A
RISE TOWARD END OF
Trir tho Week Ending March 31, lUOH.
Local Office, U. 8. Wc-ulier llurcnii,
Hmioluhi, T. It.. April 2, 1908.
(Icnernlly cloudy mid unsettled
weather tundltlotiH continued In all sec
tions of the (Iroup durliiK Hie past week
with a fairly heavy r.ilnfall throughout
'tho wiudwnrd dUtricts of Hawaii ntul
Maul and tortious of windward O.ihu.
Tho week was ijulto dry In nil other
Temper.itnicB, generally, continued
decidedly below tho normal, but din
played ft noticeable rlsliiK tendency
during tho latter portion of the week.
Uompaied with those of tho precedlnR
wu.k, weekly mean tenipeintures were
slightly lower during the past week In
Hawaii, hut were slightly higher In
Oahu and Kauai.
HtionK vurlahto winds prevailed In
nil sections during the (Heater poll Ion
of tho week, hut the last two days were
marked hy n .quite genera,! return fit
tho northeasterlytrades. . -M.'
UKMAIIKS UY CJOHUEdPONUnN'TS.
, (r'oti Tho Hgurca follow IntS tie
liamo of a stnlton Jiidlrnfe Jho lay or
tho month with whirh tho -week's ro
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Khiimntin I2SI Temticrnturcs have
continued low, with high and variable
winds: rain fell on tho 23nl. Zltli, itum
nnd 2Mb. amounting In nil to l.Ut
lnchr; the Weekly menu temperature
was 1 dcis. J. K. (Jalnallclson.
Piimiliuwal (291 Several refreshing
pliowers of rnln, amounting In all to
.US Inih, havo fallen tills ween, uui
(ursent Indications point toward con
tinued dry weather; variable winds nml
low temperatures continue. J. K. O.v
llllii (29) Except for showers on
the 23d unil 2Clh. which nmounted to
,!)., Inch, the weather baa continued
dry, with warm days nnd cold nights;
llio weekly mean tcnipernluro was 08
deK. L. C. Lyman.
I'lipnlkou (29) High winds and low
temperature hnvo prevailed during tho
week; light showers fell on sevcrui
days and ft heavy rnln, amounting to
l.M Inches, fell on mo ziitn. j. i.
I'enrekeo (291 Tho week has been
gciitrnlly cloudy nnd showery, with a
moan temperature or c nog, ami a eoeni
talnfnll of 2.15 Inches. V. II. Ilogcrs.
Ilonouiu (29) Tho weather has oci'ii
cloudy nil week, with low temperatures
nnd northerly winds; tho total preclpl-
4atlon was 1.99 Inches. Win. 1'ullor.
Ilaknlatt (29) Temperatures have
been extremely low nil week, with
showers nearly every night; tho total
rainfall was I.U2 Inches. J. SI. Hoss.
I'apnaloa (29) The weather during
tho past week has been very cold, with
Urong northerly winds; light showcrn
fell nearly every dny nnd n heavy rain
storm occurred during the mlddlo of
tho week; tho totnl rainfall was 2.07
Inches. C Slcl.ennnn.
I.aiil.ihoehoc (29) Tho weather h
brcu very unsettled, cold nnd finally;
tho total rainfall was 3. no iiicuca. ).
Ookala (29) Variable winds havo
routlnued, nnd temperatures have been
lower this week than last; tun wceKiy
mean temperaluio was GO deg.. anil (lit
total rainfall 3.01 Inches. W. U.
I'naulto (29) The week has been
wet uud cold, with little sunshine nml
light, vurlablo winds; tho weekly menu
tcmperutuio was !2 dog., anil tho total
ralnr.il! 4.11 Indies; tno wcck cioscu
with a strong trade wind. 11. 11
rnauh.iu (29) Temperatures were
u-ry low on thu 2fith. 27th and 2Sth;
tho winds wero variable, nnd tho total
rainfall was 1.00 Inch. I'nauhnu Wan
Ilonokua (2S) Tho weather li.il
been showery, with warm days nnd cold
nights, tho weekly mean temperature
was UK deg., nml tho total rainfall i.oi
Inches. H. (lunilelllngcr.
Nlulll (29) There was n good rain
In tho forctt on tho night of tho 251 111
tho weather hero has inntlnueil cold,
with strong northeasterly winds sines
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
W, C Peacock & Co., Ltd.
TMSLAND MEAT CO.
le In a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully Handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
Jas. E. Vestbrook,
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. "" FORT ST. OPP. LOVE DLDG.
the 2Clh: the weekly menu temperaturo
was OS deg., and tho total rnlnfnll 1.29 office, j, 8. Weather Ilurcaii.
wcrn followed hy noitheustcrly and
northerly wind and lawtemperatuies;
some rain fell on tho 2lHb, since whlci
time high nnd drying winds have pre
nllcd; the total rainfall was ,C1 Incji.
l'uuhue (29) The past week has
been marked by strong trade winds,
very cold nights nnd very little rnln;
the total rainfall was .48 Inch. 8. )'.
Kamuein (30) Cold northerly to
easterly winds bavp prevailed since tho
2fith; the weekly ihenn temperature
was CO deg., and the, total' rainfall .23
Inch. Sirs. K. W.Jlay.
koalnkekua' (28)--Tho ,Uays hnve
teen moderately warm and fairly
sunny, but the nights have rontlnucJ
cool; .16 Inch of rain fell on the 22d,
since which time the weather has been
dry. Hev. 8. II. Davis,
Kcnlnkrkun (29)Therc has been no
rnln hero during the past week. ltobt.
Naalehu (28) Tho weather has been
warm and dry, with variable winds; va.
havo had no rain for two weeks. (1. (.
l'ahnla (28) Warm days nnd cool
nights hnve been tho rule all wiiek; the
wtekly mean temperature wns 09 ileg,
nnd tho totnl rainfall .18 Inch. II. I),
Kniinlii) (29) The iwoathcr has been
cloudy and cold, with a good rain on
(ho 201 Ii and high norlherly winds on
the 27th, 2Mb nnd 29th; tho weekly
mean temperature was G8 (leg., aud tho
total rainfall 1.02 Inches. II. J. Ly
man. ISLAND OF MAUI.
Ilnnn fU?l.-MiiMi nrpilfil rnln tins
fnllqn slnch'last report; the weather
nas nccn generally cloudy, witn low
IHnpcratmi'B nnd northerly winds.
Nahlku 129) Warm weather during
the first three dnys of tho week was
followed hy cold, slhrmy weather nml
Miulherly to westerly winds; the total
knlufall nri 3.03 Inches. C. O. Jacobs.
Huelo (29) Tho wenther has been
cold, with light wnds from the north
west to tlp northeast during the entire
week; heavy rain fell during the tiny
nnd evening of the Stills, -accompanied
by northerly wind; tho weekly mean
temperature was C,T, deg., nnd the total
rainfall 4.fc9 Inches, V, K. l'ogue.
I'eahl (23) Strong trade winds hnvp
prevailed, ami the nlchls havo been
told; heavy ruin fell during the fore
part of the week, followed by light
showers during tho latter part. Oco.
Haiku (29) Light vnrlnblo winds
during the forp part or the week have
been followed since tho 25th by regu
lar trades, cloudy weather, rather low
temperatures, nnd n good rainfall
which wns much needed; tho weekly
mean temperaturo was CO deg., and the
total ralnfal) 4.09 Inches. 1). 1). Ilald
win. l'nla (29) With tho exception of
good showers on the 2Ctb, the week
lias been rather dry and rather cloudy:
the totnl ralnrall was 2.00 Inches; sev
eral waterspouts wnro observed oft
Kboro during tho week. J. J. Jones.
Slnknwao(30) The weather through
out the week has been very cold and
generally cloudy, with strong north
easterly winds; heavy ruins fell durlur.
the 25tli uud 2Uth, with occasional
bhbwcrs since. IS. II. Ilallcy.
l'uunene (29) Tho weather has con
tinued cool; with fresh northerly
winds; plantation ditches nro now
full, and nil pumps have been shut
down; the total rainfall ,vas 1.C3
Inches. J. N. S. Williams.
Wnlluku (29) During the entlro
week the weather has been tool -nnd
cloudy, with variable win Is; good
rains, amounting to1.71 Inches, fell on
the 2Sth and 20th; the wceklv meiin
temperaturo wns fil ,dc2. llro. l'riiuk.
Klhel (27) Tho vcok m been
marked by n icturn of strong ncrtji
easterly winds, hrlni,lp5 good ralnn to
windward; ditches an full ami 'iuMH
liavp been shut down since tho IT.t Ii ;
tho weather has been decidedly cooler,
with cloudy skies; the weekly mean
temperature wns 09 deg., and tho totnl
rainfall .82 Inch. James Scott.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Slaunawlll (21) During tho past
week tho weuthcr has been very cool,
with n good ruin on tho 25th nml oc
casional showers slnre; tho weekly
mean temperaturo wus 08 deg., and the
total rainfall l.SR Indian. John Hon..
Walntnnalo (30) Tho week has been
rather cool throughout; tho total rain
fall was 1.7C Inchon. A. Irvlno.
Honolulu (31) Tho wenther his
been cloudy and unsettled all the week,
but' with very llttlo rnlnfnll; cool
weather dining the fore part of the
weak was followed by decidedly rising
lomporaturo during the latter part; thu
weekly mean temperaturo was C9 deg..
nnd the total rainfall .13 Incli. Uicul
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TIOrTd FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice Is.hereby given that pursuant
to tl.e provisions of a ccrtnln mort
gag; made) hy Lum Hoy and Christina
Ahol, his wife, of Honolulu, Island of
Oaliu, Territory or Hawaii, to Ira Es
kew, of said Honolulu, dated October
8th A. D, 1302, nndtrecorded In tho
Hawaiian Registry of Convcvanres In
Liber 230. nnges 431-7. the said Ira Es-
kow intends, to foreclcijiij tho said mort
gage for condition broken, to wit. the
lion-rayniet)t of principal nnd Interest
Notlco U nlso hereby given thnl af
ter the expiration of three weeks from
tho ilato of this police, the property
conveyed hy said mortgage will be sold
nt nubile miction nt the miction rooms
of James K. Xiorgan, auctioneer, on Kit
nhunianu street, in said Honolulu, on
.Monday, the 9th day of April. A. I.
1900, nt 12 o'clock noon or said day.
The premises covered by snld mort
gage and to be sold consists of.
All that rertaln piece or parcel of
land lying and being In Knpnukca. Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, being Lot No.
14 and the mnknl half of I.ot No. 11 ly
lne between the continuation of the
lino running between Lots numbered
9 and 13, ncross Haiti im ilio too lino
of the new road and the mauka line or
I.ot 14. ns tho same am morn particu
larly shown and designated on n cer
tain map mailo by V. A. Wall for Will
tor C. Wccdon on tho 5th day of Janu.
ary, 1901, nnd filed in tho olllco of the
iloglstrar of conveyances at Honolulu
In Liber 212. pnges 3C7-8. nnd being the
snino premises convened to said Lum
Hoy by Waller O. W.eedon by deed
dated July 21, 1902. recorded In snld
Ueglstry In Liber 238, page 3S9, togeth
er with nil Improvements nnd build
Terms; Cash In V, S. Hold .Coin;
UecdB nl tho uxpciise of the purrhnser.
For further particulars apply to C.
K. I'elersou, attorney for mortgagee,
Dated Honolulu, T. II., March 12,
3330 Xlnr. 13. 20. 27; Apr. 3.
No. 77. TKHIUTOHY OF HAWAII
HYLO LAMPS .
TURN DOWN AT WILL
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER,
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to utt
candle power when 1-candls power weuld suffice. This means that
lamp wastes you money and more money In the course of a year"tl
you suppose. A
HYLO LAMPS on the other hand, save you money, for they
able you to turn your light down frem 16-ep. to 1 e.p. at will. .
HYLO LAMPS ARC INVALUADLE FOR THE 8ICK ROOM, A
CAN BE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP'
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd
Office, King St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main i
We have Just received a splendid consignment of choice oil
Genuine Large Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVE
MEXICAN MANZANILLO OLIVES
This Is an especially fine lot of olives and will be sold In b
Many people are unaware or the fact that olives told In bulk!
equally as good as bottled olives. These olives of ours are, If 1
thing, better than glass goods, And at a Lower Price!
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45.
I Carriage R epair
COUIIT OP LAND llKdlSTUATION,
TKimiTOHY OP HAWAII TO IIVIION
O. CLAUK; COUNTY OP OAHU
bv (1KOIU1K W. SMITH as Chair
man of tho Supervisors; IIYHON
O. CLAUK, W. II. THOMAS, nnd
T. II. (1I11SON. TUSTi:i:S; THU
ltlTOUY OP HAWAII by K. O.
Teters as Attorney General; and
to ALL whom It may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by MAUTHA
KLLKN HOLLOWAY to register and
confirm her tltlo In tho roltowlng de
lieglnnlng at a concreto post on tho
North sldo or California Avenuo SIC
Deg. 43 Mill, trim azimuth, lltrtG-lu
rent from the cross on cement post at
the Initial point of the entlro Town
Site, as located by the man and do
Ecrlntlon with Petition No. 12, and
runnlnc bv true azimuths:
il) 24G Deg. 43 .Mill., 300. feet, along
(2) ISC Deg. 43 Slln., GOO. feet along
M nn co Street:
(3) GC Deg. 43 Slln., 300. feet along
(4) 33C Deg. 43 Min COO. feet nlong
Town Blto I.ot No. 5, to tho point
of beginning, and Including nn
area or 180.000 Sniiaro Peel, being lot
C or tho Wahlawa Townsllo In Ut 3 or
tho Wahlawa Colony Tract, n portion
or Grant No. 4022 to T. L. Holloway, at
Wahlawa. Walalua, Oahu. T. II.
You are hereby cited to appear at
tho Court of Land Heglstrntlon, to 1p
lieU at Honolulu. Island of Oahu, on
tho 19th day or April. A. D.. 190C, nt
one o'clock and thirty minutes In the
afternoon, to show cause, If any you
have, why tho prayer of said petition
should not be granted. And iihIpss you
nppenr at said Court nt tho time nnd
placo nforcnald jour default will bo
recorded, and the said petition will bo
taken as confessed, nnd you will bo
forever barred from contesting said
petition or any decree entered then'on,
Witness. l'lllLIl' L. WITAVLH. Ks
quire, Judge or Bald Court, this 2Mh
day of March. In tho year nineteen
hundred nnd six.
Attest with Seal of said Court.
(Seal) W. L. HOWAUD,
333C .Mar. 20, 27; Apr. 3. 10.
nebes. P. 0. l'aclow.
Kobaln (29) Tho days hnvo fccen
fairly sunny, but tho nights hnve eon-
tinned cool; high winds hnvo provullcd;
the weekly me.in temperature wan ti'J
deg.. nnd the total rainfall 1.39 Inches,
W. 0. Taylor.
Kobaln Mission (30) Tho weather
this week h.is been generally cloudy
and eomewhat tooler than that or last
week; the weekly menu temperature
wns 08 deg,, nml the totnl ralnrull 1.12
Inches. Dr. II. I). Ilonil,
I'.iuke-i llniu'li (29) Southerly winds
continued until tho 2llh, when they
REAL E8TATE BARGAINS.
Ideal country homo nt Manon Valley,
surrounded by river; good bnthlng;
fir. covtngo, bam, lawn, fruit trees,
near car lino; n bargain.
Por $050. I nm authorized to sell 2,20
nrri'H, with smnll house, off Nuunnu
Ave, near car lino; Preo water; Ileal
vniuo J2000.UO. Owner Is forced to
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 bedr., elec, wire, 1 block
from 2 car lines, 120. per m,
4r. cnttngo nnd servnnt h. at Walklkl
beach, good bathing; 110. per in.
1'. E. It. STUAUCH,
Kwa (31)- The foro part of tho week
was cool und cloudy, with strong
winds from the north and northeast;
the, latter part was warm, with south
erly winds; the weekly mean tempera
turo was 07 deg.; there was no rain
fall. W. Lohrengcl.
Wnlanae (30) Tcmpernlurea have
been a little higher tbs week, th'i
weekly mean being G9 deg.; no rnln
has fallen. P. .Meyer.
Knhukii (30) Tho weather has been
cloudy nml veiy (old nil week, with
high, variable winds; l lie weekly mean
temperature was 07 deg., ami tho total
rainfall ,r0 Inch. It, T. Christo
pherscn, ISLAND OP KAUAI.
SInkawell (30) Tho weather has con
tinued genorully cloudy; tho nights
were much warmer during tho latter
part or tho week; tho weekly muim
temperaturo was 08 dcg and tho totul
ralnrall .01 Inch, Hawaiian Sugnr Co.
Elcele (30) No change has occurred
In weather conditions since Inst report;
thu days havo been warm aud tba
nights and early morning cod; the
weather Is still dry, though threaten
ing. Slcllrydo Sugar Co.
Koloa (30) Dry und very cool weath
er lias continued, with storm winds;
tho weekly mean temperaturo was e!7
deg., aud tho total ralniull .15 Inch. I',
Llhuo (30)r-Tho past week has been
very cloudy, with northerly wlnib) and
low temperatures; tho weokly menu
tempeintum was G7 deg., und the total
ralnrall .01 Inch. P. Weber.
Kenlla (30) Cold weather nml north
westerly winds continued until the
Inttor part of the week, when the
trades camo in with higher tempera
I him: the days have been generally
cloudy; thn weekly mean temperature
was GH drg., nnd thn total ralnrall .10
Inch. W. Jarvls.
Kllnucu (30) Tho weather lias hern
cloudy nil wuck, with cold northerly
winds during tho fore part; tha nlghti
havo been cold, with occasional mm'
ers; the weekly mean temperaturo was
CG ijeg., nnd the totnl rainfall .:u men,
L. II. 1 orclko.
Huniilel (30) Tho weather has been
cold nil week, with northwesterly
winds until tho 30th, when thn t ratio
winds set In again; tho total rainfall
was ,C3 Inclu !;. O. K. Dcverlll.
A. Mc3. AHIH.KY,
We are paying special attention to Carriage and Wagon Repair
and In our fully equipped premises on Queen street are prepared
turn out the best of work.
We make a specialty of palntlnn vehicles and guarantee that
work entrusted to us will be executed In first-class shape and atS
erate cos. A
The building of wagons, drays and carriages Is also undertake!
us and this department Is supervised by expert carrlagcmen.
Scliuman Carriage Co., Li
CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPT., Queen 8t., bet. Fort and Alakea
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We pack, haul and ship your
(foods and save you money.
Deilen In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS
StoMte in Brick Wanhouw, 126 King SI. Phone Main!
Help For AH
Trili Maik Ktnltitrcl
Wallaces Indian Rein
Fcr Sores. Piles, or any.S
Cite, that l unnniLi?.-( In hm'l
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watiacns inaian Remedies
For sale by all druggists,
Put up by the HONOLUL1
EDY CO., P. O. DOX 577.
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The DU8INE88 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Dulle
ttrs anil tho Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comoiets reaum of all e
gf pptlces, calls for tender. Judg
ments, building psrmlt and real es
tate transactions. Evening Dulletln,
7fC Pcr rnorjth. Weekly Dulletln,
SI Pr yr-
Whllo walking to tho vlllueo church
at Slmraenthul (Swllrerland) with his
flanceo, on tha way to their wedding;, a
bridegroom slipped in the. snow and
fell, HIh bride, Inslrud pf bcliiR sym
pathetic, burst Inn Inutihlcr lit his dis
comfiture. White with aiifior, tho youiiK
man u( onra broke oft I ho inntch, ami
the sorrowful brldo had to continue
her way alone.
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlj
Hon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Duslnesaj
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent w
me standard or quality, and strictly maintained in a most sa
Telephone Order Department 'i
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured e:
dltlous service and the same careful attention as, Is given to p
s chases made In person.
22; TELEPHONE MAIN 251. N. KING 8TRE
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