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HVKNINO EUI.MTriN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, .IAN fc, 1007
may be had at any time. The supply is never shut off day
or night. Watch it where it has been installed, Ask
the man who burns it if it is not the best light he ever used.
Has Not Found Steamship
To Bring Spanish
The long silence of Colleror
E. II. Stuck.ible, wlio Is In En
lopo as Ihu aguil or Hid llonnl
of IminlHrntiim, Ii.ih lln.illj been
orokcn by n c.ihlcginm from lilm
rtcclu'il liy thu llonnl n few i1iih
ago. Slnckahlc Ih still working
tm Ihu preparations for Ihu Html-
Ini; of a shipload of immigrants
from Knutliuin Spain to tho Isl-
anils, lint unfortunately ho Is hoi
Illl'Ctlllg Vvth till' SIIIIIO KIICCCBS
us In tho Suvcrlc venture.
- Htat-knhlu states In his ruble-
Brum that OiKohtiilnlng of a milt-
nblo charter at n reasonable
price Ih tho illftlciilty with which
ho hits been, anil Is still, contend-
Ing. Ilo In ntlll In tendon, tho
shipping renter of tho world, but
while I hero Ih no luck of Htenin-
era thorn vvhlrh nro eminently
Hiiltnblo In character for tho pur-
pose, the ratCH ilcnmiiilt'il nro far
In excess of those, paid for tho
hurilces of the Suvcrlc.
Tho le.iKon for IIiIh Ih tho pros
! cut existing high pi It it or height
rates, caused by a lluly demand
for freighters. Ilo.itri like tho
Huterlo and her class lire mainly
freight vessels, having arrange-
nientH so Hint they can easily bo
! titled out nH Immigrant rJilps, tint
IIiIh latter Is rntlier more In tho
nature yif u secondary feat in e. As
ii coiiseiiienco, when freight rales
: nro high. Ilia charters tin these
vessels rise rorrosoiiillngly.
Tho llourtl of Immigration tvns 4
exceedingly fortunate In obtain-
Ing tho charter tif tho Suvcrlc at
such u rc.isouablo rnto ns It did.
This 'van, however, caused by a
Bliipiilarlj lnt ky combination of
'clrciiniktnnees. When tho Su-
8- verle was nblnlned she was ns a
matter of flirt alitMdy under
charter for Han rinnclsco with a
cargo of cement. This stnH was
so heavy that sho could carry n
full loud of It In n small sp-iru
and still have irlenty or room left
4- In which to nccoinniodalo the
Imnilgrants. Ah a consequence
she could alfoid to cany them at
a very cheap rate, but steamers
chartered for tho I'aclnc with
such n cargo aro not picked up
ocry day, anil Stnckahlo Is hnv-
lug it busy time trjlng to get ns
faoraltlo arrangements ns pos-
. LOR WAUfldH 15
"Doctor'' J Lor Wallack, who nan
convicted icccully of jniKtlcing ntetl
blue without a lltciiKo mid icnlenii.il
to pay n flue of f.'Ofl anil iiihts, scivid
fccn dn)H of 1Mb time on tho worl.lug
out or the Duo and then toutludtd that
thu air of tho prlron did not ugrnc
Ilo icciiih to liawi round n friend to
put up part of tho tolu, for today he
fiimo over to the olllie of thu High
Shot Iff, csioited by an ollltcr ami iIiir
nown In his norKrt for TI97.I0. the bal
unco that was dee He was released by
the High 8ierllf. who PNpiert-rs 111 J
hope lli.it Jhe "dottor" has trained lb it
tho law means what It fas In rt fer
into in pritctlt Inp without n Ihensc.
BULLETIN A38. PAY
WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Jan. 21, 190?.
The greatest amounts of rainfall occurred on Kauai, and ranged from
E.7 to 14.1? Inches. Heavy rains also occurred on Molokal and Oahu,
In the Walluku district sf Maul, and the Ku and southern portion of
the Hllo districts of Hawaii. The least amounts of rainfall during the
week occurred In the Kula and Hamakualoa districts of Maul, and the
Kohala and Hamakua and extreme northern portion of the Hllo dis
tricts of Hawaii,
At stations 'havlnn ten or more years of record the total rainfall for
tho week waa above llje average, 7.62 to hll.bS Inrhco, on Kauai, 2.l
to tO. It) Inches on Oahu, and 43.48 to 43.60 Inches In the Kau, and
4 1 10 inches In the Knna districts of Hawaii, In the Hamakua and
rxtieme northern portion of the Hllo districts of Hawaii deficiencies
ranging from 1.43 to 2.11 Inches were reported. At tho remaining
strtlons on Hawaii the excesses or deficiencies did not equal 1.00 Inch,
The' rainfall was greatly In excess of last week's In the Puna and
Kona districts of Kauai, In eastern Molokal, the Honolulu district of
Oahu, the Koolau district of Maul, and the Kau, southern portion ef
the Kona, and tho central and southern portions of the Hllo districts
of Hawaii. In the northern portion of the Kona district of Hawaii, the
Koolau district of Maul, the Walanae and Ewa and the northern portion
of tho Koolaupoko dlutrlcts of Oahu, and tho Koolau district of Kauai
' OWE STATION
Yokohama Specie Bank
Some pretty large building
propiit-lllon ale nl pirscnt In tho 4
nlr, and It they itimc Ibrough,
and them Is no reason why they
should not, Honolulu wilt In tho t
not too dlttnnl future hnr u
touiile niiira tine business build-
'f lugs. '
Tho offer w lib h llert t'l'lemon t
miido for the old .Sailors' Homo lot
f on tho corner ol llethel and .Mcr-
f chant slieelH Is hatKcd by parties
-f who wish to erect n Duo building
f tm II, should they secure It
f The offer of J2S.00O has been
set ns an iiptcl price, nnd the mic
tion takes pinto I'cliruary !"
"It Is tho Intention of the pco
do whom I represent In the mat
ter, to build n large building on
It, If they get It, its ivmiii ns build-
lug contract1! ran lie secured. It
will ls either throe or fouf storks
high, nnd will cost at least JMi,
00(1. The material used will piob
ably be Hawaiian stone, ami til
Izen labor will, I think, be cm
plot ed The prlte, iih I llgure leal
estate In that vltlnity, Is about
$1700 too high, lint then we want
thai piece. However, we will not
bid ii tent initio than $2S,imi."
TltoMlifmncnc YoKolmiun Sperlo
Hani, U also tonleiiipl.itlng elect
ing it building of IIh own, ns sisin
nH It tan II nil n siiltablo site. The
local mnmigei or the bank stated
todnj that whlln ho could not say
how large a struituio woiibt bo
- built, it would bo it suliHlanllal eel-
Illcc. The matter of securing n
site lintl, ho said, been left In tho
hnnds'of Eert I'ctirmifi.
f I'eterson stnted that hn was
f looking for a suitable site, wliltli t
must be within three blinks of the
t In art of Ihc tlty, Ho had llireo
t sites In view, lint no hclctllnii had
ns et been miule. It wns not tho
bank vhlrh wanted tho llethel
4 street site, but another customer, -f
V t ' f i
Of NEXT I
The first meeting of tho flrnnd .lut.v
for the January term, which was sched
uled for today and later was postponed
until tomorrow has ngnln been put otf
The new (irand .liny will meet 'lliuih-
iiiij morning. Tlie first matter to bo
taken mi. II is understood. In that of
filling t'hnii, wlio Is incused of per
Jurj in tho trial of nlaso in which bo
wua ! ting in luleiprclci.
bov ling air
In the Pollen Court this morning
tight lio)s wcro round guilty of huig
hiry lit tho second degree. They had
been stealing a largo amount of hias.t,
lead and other inelals unci selling them
to n .lup.incM! named Mlshlmn, who
runs it set ond hum! storo on Knit
ttiett near Kukiil. Two of tho bojs,
John .Martin nnd John Iloe were sent
to the Hefoim Hi hool for n enr iipleto
anil tho others weie given eight nipntln
rplrte hut sentcnte wns suspended.
riie Japiiiesp wns found guilty of
t'oii-coinpllanro with the Jaw lequlr
ing him to mister the names' or nil
those hum whom ho bought goods nnd
u list of the arllclea piiichabed. He
waa lined ftiO
the rainfall was much less than during last week.
No marked changes in temperature occurred.
Earthquake shocks were felt during the week at a number of stations
,?.i , ." uWe5,ern and ,outhern Portions of Hawaii. The observer at Kau
(Walonlnu) reports that there were many earthquake shocks felt on
tU 10th and 11th, and a light one on the 16th. Also, that an eruption
occurred on the south side of Mauna Loa on the 11th, and that three
ctrcams of lava, all from one source, were flowing toward the sea In
couth, southwest, and west directions. Very little of the glow from
the eruption was seen at Kealakekua, (Davis), Hawaii.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
talnfall for the principal Islands and for the Group: ,
Hawaii 70.7" 2.12 Inches.
Maul 71.9" 1.46 Inches.
0hu 72.7 3.99 Inches.
Kmal 70.7 11.65lnches.
Molokal 71.1" 3.50 Inches.
Entire Group . . . 71.3 3.14 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu, the total
rainfall Was 3.17 Inches, 2.04 greater than the normal, and 1.34 more
than last week's. The mean temperature was 72.6 .2' higher than last
veek'o, and 1.2 above the normal. The average cloudiness was 7 10ths,
nean relative humidity ay.r, and variable winds prevailed, with an
average hourly velocity of 7.1 miles.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: Tho figures following the name of a station Indicate thu
ilalo with which Ihc week's report closed.)
.',-::.': ."- rfz-m.rJfz-WJ
Rapid Transits Want To
Break Into Faster
THIS W0U1D WEAKEN ,
m VERY BAM
Baseball Is tertnlnly up In tho all tit
1'iusctil. The l'uiis aro noun too slmni:
mi tbclr feet, the Oahu fraiiihlsu Is
wavering between u purchase by the
Diamond Heads ami by tho Trustee
of the League, mid outsldo of this mid
cumins us u new- matter ullugcthcr,
Ihc Itnpbl Transits want to einne liitn
Ihc fold Ihvy claim that they tan
put us strung u team In tho Held ns
au which wns In tho gnmo Inst jear.
Tills but mat lei Is far from eleiilliiK
the atmosphere. K thu Rapid Transits
tome In the will take, without mo
doubt, some tit the best plajers In th-)
Kumehamrlu team unci then there wlil
bo more plllMa. 'Ili.il ever) thing will
tome out right In tho cud goes without
fating, ns there mo mora good lull
plucrs In the rlfy right now than
theio ncro at th close or the hst nci
i.on, but how the) will bo divided Is
the tj neat Ion ' N
'Ihc only trouble with the League
last jc.ir tamu finm the fart that the
)l. A. V. team wai u llttlo tocf utrouu
lor mi) other in the I-cuguo while tliu
Malic a weio too weuk. l'eoplc like to
sio teams evenly mutt bed and, from
the looks of things a couple of weeks
ngo there would be n ninth more even
icason this J cur than there was lust.
J nil now no oun has nuy Idea us lo
who U who. The II. A. U. team Ih the
only one. which lias uuv where nearh
ttttled on thu men who will pluy tho
vailous positions and tbev have not
niado nil their decisions )oL The othor
teams will avvnll the uiitLomc of tho
league decisions In legard tu fiitnthlscj
before the do any boasting about tho
Uieugtli or weakness o their nines.
A lull mcctlnc of the committee an
pointed. In lake charge of thnlinclc and
Held thamplotnhlps which will he held
en Manh 2.1 wan held estetday after
noon at tho Y M. C. A l)r Hitud net
cd us teniMirar thatimuii and the fol
lowing wero present: 13. Fernandez,
Diamond Heads; J. 8. Held, Oahu Col
lego; Dr. (land, Y. M. C A.; Uev. K. I),
rurner, llos' Clubs; V llrlshcl, (3. o'.
Livingston", Knmnluimcbn Kthools; A.
I'ratl, Itnpbl Transit A f , II J. Auhl,
Kumnhaiiiehii Alumni, J A. Thompson,
St Iiiiln Alumni, Hu tiuo Kong, Chi
licit' Athletic! Club
U, B Turner waa elected ncrmanent
chairman and C J Livingstone i.eere
fir. 'Ihu first ImsliieHS taken mi was tlio
list of eventii for Hip ihamploiishlps.
There was tonaldernblailltcuGsIon over
the relay races but a motion to havfl
both hair mile and mlla raccn was ile-
leatcd atirt It wns derided to have tho
hoi ter rucu In thu games.
. - - wcy-Kwaa r-:r-"i
I It was pt'xt decided that there should
lie no mile wnlk as part of the cham
pionship games buMh.il an exhibition
.event should bo given which would not
lie allowed lo et'iint nfor nay points In
the nip mutest. An)one wishing to
ciilcr will be allowed to, but It will not
I count betaiiso of the extremely iiiisut.
iffutlor.v character tif the event whlth
mnUes it utmost lnisssihle lor u Judge
lo give a satisfactory tletlslon It wis
iiIi.ii dc tided that in the 1211 jnicht
l.urille the htgli hurdler, time unci n
bill red, Instutit of two and a half,
blllllllll lC 4IOO.I.
YThc entire Hit off events Is us fol
Fifty nrds dash, 10(1 -) arils dash,
'120 arils clash, 110 j arils run, (vSO
; arils nin. one mile run, 120 vanla
lilgh iiunllcH, lialf-mlle relay, puttliu;
12-pound shot, putting l(!-Kiiind shot,
tlitowliig j2-iHiiiud humutcr, high Jump
broad Jump, polo vault nnd exhibition
Chairman Turin r appointed the fol
lowing lonimlttKS lo have charge or
the games ami .Monday, February I,
was settled on ns the date for the next
met ting or the gent nil committee,
Hllglblllty or Hutries )r. Hand, 13
I'criinndcz, U T Conness.
Tiuck 11. J. Auhl, It. ATres.
Field A. Pratt, V llrlssel.
Publicity nnd Program II. J. Auhl,
Entries, which must bo iiiude In writ
ing, vvljl rlosn at the Y, M. C. A. on
.Monday, .Marcli 2 1. at noon.
Notwlthntanding tho fact that Ma
damo Pclo was raising hell on Hawaii
and steamer loads of Honolulu pcnplo
had gono forward to witness her ttren
nous pcifnrmnnce, )c't thero wns Home
thing doing down llwa wards which
giinlly ilee-llghleil a throng of people
guthered arouuil nnd about tho Kvta
mil, tennis courts, to witness tho pre
liminaries connected with tho opening
or tho tournament or tho Kwa l'lanta
Hon TennlH Club. Il.ul weather had
caused dulay from tho first of tho year
but now, fiiiniln last, thero wns never
a day In June that could surpass thu
one piosonteil, and whllu l'olu's sul
phurous breath choked tho lungs of
onlookors at Inn ileinoiihicnl presentn
Hon, nt I3wn nil Natmo siirjlcd. in hilts
"with verdure clad," and blonthed hal
my airs, filled' with ozone, to burn.
A cosmopolitan crowd gathered,
(Hfh and all mine m less Interested in
tho play or the couples who laced each
ohcr In tho cquarril arena, eager ior-'
formers for tho pilin that merit btlngr.
Tlrst to enter the IM wan it quartet
coniposeel of Manager Iteiiton and
Htoro ItookkeeH'r DavMsui), Ofllccr
Wright unci Interpiuter Ttnndn, unci
the Inst nitmed two did up thu llrsf
two In two sots strnlght, G-t (it. Face
tious Mullor and "Doe" McLaln fncol
brawn nincksmlth Douglas and Storo
Clerk Silver. Tho brnwny blacksmith
and his ninto won, KB fi-1, Ovorseov
Fisher nnd I, una Oldlug went down to
defeat hofoio 8torekeeior Hwlft and
a 'Inoth of a bij" nnmed llrolnn, thu
vcoro 6 4 (j :i,
Lunch was now lnt reduced and
heartily welcomed, hevcral of tho spec
lators oxpiohscd the wish that It
would coino again and often. After
it brief period hud been given tho cijn
lesllllltH to digest the vlamlH n.irtaken
of, play was again commenced The
opponents In th!a ovent "ore Susar
nollor Mann with "gweotTonRiiod'
Gouvcln oisus Lnntirf ,McI3achorn nndi
Jenkins. Twits u prctt), vvnverliij
game, but the lunnH won, C-3, tl-l, 0-3.
Offipcr Wrlghtnnd Interpreter Terndii
mado their second nVlcnrance for Ihc
day, In opposition to tho brawn Illark
smith Douglas nnd his mate Silver.
Tills time Dame Fortune sklddooed
thu former victors, Douglas and Sil
ver, the set going against them after
vory Interesting plnvlng, score fi-l
13-11. Old reliable West with his con
Helen! side-partner Johnson slung hard
cash defiance In tho face of Comino
to(l' Chase nnd Chemist Schmidt Tho
cleft wns taken up hy nn onlooker, who
also Inter took the mnziimn, Cliaso nud
Srhmldt winning. 8-6 Oil. The next
wns nn excellent, wellplaveil contest
between llookkecper Oulll nnd I3ngl
liter I'olincro ng.tlnst Timekeeper Hen
Iti nud Limn i:klund, won by latter,
rcoro (12 Rtt. Tho lluale of tho dn's
gomes wns n spirited exhibition of
tennis play bctwten tho former victor
llrolnn. who wns muted now with
Storekeoier Swift, against McFnchcru
and Jenkins; tho "broth or n liny"
llrolnn nnd his mate came out victors;
tcoro 0-7 lf-13.
.Mothers, daughters, fathers ami
miiis who sit nrotind the pool nt tho
Hotel llatbs on Ladles' Night, Satur
da), 2(lth, will bo treated to as good
an exhibition of grit, nerve, endurance
mid science' In an athletic wny, ns was
over di'innnst rti-U In public In nny
e Dim 1 1 j . loir or llouoliilu's well
known little girts ranging In ngo from
Iti to II Jem, wilt show tbclr eldera
a trlelt or two In tho water. They will
swim 'i.u-t's, .limbic overhand, slnglo
nvei'-liauil or ciawl stroke. They will
do spring-hoard and high diving and
shoot the chutes. They will show the
mothers present what can he nttaliiecl
In tho most healthful and plcasnut or
Not only will tho llttlo girls swim
ami dive, but tho Hawaiian Swimming
Club with nn array of talent will do
stunts Hint will make jour hair stall t
on t ml. Fancy, fast und varied swim
iiilug win bo tllsplnecl.
Thero will be an exhibition of swim
ming with hands and feet bound, an
i.lmost lhisisslblo but nevertheless
feasible feat. ItacliiK under water ntul
on water will bo Indulged In.
All of the Swimming Club boys ivo
in training fur the coming annual meet
between thu Myrtles unci Healauls and
aro therefore uhlo to put up n good
Itesorvt'd senls aro now tin salo nt
tho llatbs fur tho coming tntertul:i
iiient nud Kstcrilny thero was it brisk
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Ladles' shirt waists, material and
ready-to wear; latest fashion back and
side combs; durable umbrellas, and
a larfje quantity of exceptional tped
quality Dents' and ladies' shoes.
We invite you to come and see our
poods, oven If you don't care to buy.
Wah Ying ChongCo.
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500 popular cloth bound novels will
be sold at half prices. All recent
books. Regular prices $1.50 each.
Sate begins Monday, Jan,
continues only a few days.
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dress "X.," llnlletln.
Stenographer for plantation olllce. Ad
dress "A " llnlletln .ir.Sttf
KnouiH slnglo or en suite. Terms easy
Hood accommodations. Just tho
placo for saving money 'to small
wago-enrnere. Como and try. Tho
New Hra Hotel, Fort SL bet Vine
jnrd nud School Sts. 3531 tt
Cottage to let on llcrclanln St. Tlitco
bedrooms nnd all modern convcnl
ciiccs. Just newly painted Inside
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Small riirnlshed cottngu nnd nicely fur
nished rooms at Ilaalelea Lawn, cor.
Hlthards and Hotel Sts.
Cool, mosipilto proof rooms; also
rooms furnished for housekeeping,
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FiimlRlied hoiisokeeplng roomn,
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Cottsfes In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
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2 furnished front rooms nt 1223 Em
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BULLETIN ADS. PAV
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, Or
gan nud Singing, uegs to glvo notice
Hint for tho better convenience or
her many pupils, sho bus remove il
her Studio from Vlnojard St. to Her
etiinla St., No. 27G, nearly opp. Cen
tral Hilton Church. Interviews from
3 to G, Saturdays excepted.
Mr. Jaa. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should bo left at the Ha
waiian News Co, Young hldg. Phone
294 or Cottage No. I, Hnnttdca LnwL.
Oultir lessons njven. Terms moder
ate. Apply 1B9 King St., opposite
Young Hotel ' 3590 tf
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhop. II ll Foit SL
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Puunhl.
. ij J;
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You had better ctart the I)
New Year right in your otlicc ,
with the use of a Loose Leaf j'l
Ledger outfit. ,Wo havo every a.
thing. .CAOCQ for orlgluitl If;
rcccrds, all forme, and trans- I!
Experts pronounce this sys
tern the best.
' Chinese Gold .
Is quite the lage. It will bo properly
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nud nil oilier assessments and kcrpt
buildings on land Insured for bene
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