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A 6000 Mile Vacation Trip Without Expense
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: Will send a Party of Hawaii's Most Popular Young Ladles to
The Pacific Coast Cities
ytT0RIA, SEATTLE, TACOMA, SALEM, PORTLAND, SACRAMENTO,
LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO and SAN FRANCISCO
! THE BULLETIN PACIFIC STATES TOUR IS THE GREATEST TRIP EVER PROJECTED BY ANY NEWSPAPER ANYWHERE
THE EVENING BULLETIN WILL STAIIT A VOTING CONTEST
ON MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1007. THE PURPOSE OF THIS CONTEST IS
TO SEND SIX OF HAWAII'S MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES ON A
TOUR OF THE PACIFIC COAST STATES. THE YOUNG WOMEN WHO
WIN IN THIS CONTEST WILL BE THE GUESTS OF THE EVENING
BULLETIN, ALL EXPENSES WILL BE PAID BY THIS PAPER. AND
EVERY CARE WILL BE TAKEN TO MAKE THE TRIP A STUNNING
SUCCESS. THE WINNERS WILL BE SIX WEEKS ON THE TRIP.
3T REMEMBER THE DATE. CONTEST STARTS
April 1st, 1907
Wc WILL PUBLISH A FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENT THIS
WEEK, WHICH WILL CONTAIN ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION
REGARDING THE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST. THE CONTEST
ANTS WILL BE RESTRICTED TO YOUNG" LADIES OF HAWAIIAN OR
PART-HAWAIIAN PARENTAGE; THIS CONDITION WILL MAKE THE
ENTERPRISE THOROUGHLY REPRESENTATIVE OF OUR ISLAND
HOME. THE PARTY WILL BE UNDER THE EXPERIENCED CHAP
ERONAGE OF MRS. EDYTH TOZIER WEATHERRED.
It's the Trip of a Lifetime
EVERYBODY WILL BE GIVEN A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY DURING VACATION
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WEEKLY WE1TP BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., March 25, 1907.
Strong winds prevailed over the section generally thruout the week;
and the amount of sunshine was considerably below the normal.
Tho total rainfall was below the average for the week at stations
having a record of ten or mora years at all of those on Oahu and Kauai,
and In the Kau, Hamakua and Puna, and the southern portion of the
Hllo and the northern portion of the Kohala districts of Hawaii. On
Oahu the deficiencies ranged from .41 Inch to 1.02 Inches; on Kauai
from .17 to .80 Inch, and In the Indicated sections of Hawaii from
.14 Inch to 1.65 Inches. The excesses In the Kona and Hamakua,
the southern portion of the Kohala and the northern portion of tho
Hllo districts of Hawaii ranged from 4.25 Inch to 2.0G Inches.
Tho greatest amounts of rainfall during the week ranged from 2.18 to
7.13 Inches and occurred In the Koolau district of Maul, and the Hllo
and Hamakua districts of Hawaii. The total amounts varied from .63
inch to generally less than 2.00 Inches In the remaining districts of
Hawaii; and 1.35 to 1.66 Inches In the Hamakualoa and the Hamakua
poko, and from no rainfall to .48 Inch In the Kula, Wailuku and Lahalna
districts of Maul. On Oahu and Molokal they ranged from no rain to
.37 Inch, and on Kauai from .04 Inch to 1.32 Inches.
The rainfall for the week was greater than that of the preceding ono
at all stations on Hawaii, excepting those In the Puna and Kau districts
and one in the Hamakua. In the Kohala district they ranged from
.65 to 12.89 Inches, In the Hamakua from .51 Inch to 4.48 Inches, In
the Kona and Hllo from 1.07 to 3.80 Inches, and 1.10 to 1.20 Inches
In the Kau and 4.39 inches In the Puna districts. On the remaining
Islands tho differences were generally less than .50 Inch, the 'only sta
tions showing greater changes were Nahlku, Maui, 4.73 Inches, and
Kaanapall and Klhel, Maui, 1.12 and .63 Inches, respectively.
On Hawaii the mean temperatures were generally from 2.0 to
5.3" lower than during the preceding week, and on Maul from no
change to 1.8, except .0 at Puunene. On the remaining Islands It
was warmer than last week, and generally from .8" to 3.2.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 65.7 3.14 Inches.
Maul 63.4 1.38 Inches.
Oahu 71.2' .09 inch.
Kauai 6B.r. .70 Inch.
Molokai 63.4 .33lnch.
Entire Group 67.8" 1.92 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu, unusu.
ally cloudy, windy weather obtained, with an average cloudiness of
7-IOths, and a mean hourly velocity of 13.6 miles from the NE. The
maximum temperature was 76", minimum 66," and mean 70.8, .6"
above the normal for the week, and 1.6 higher than last week's. The
mean relative humidity was 06.7. and the rainfall .00 inch, .04 more
than during the preceding week, and .50 less than the formal. The
mean dally barometer was above the normal on nil excepting the last
day of the week.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.,
(Noto; Tho figures following tlio narao ot a station Indicate tho
tlsto with which tho week's roport closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puuhue Ranch 2l) Tho total ntlufnll amounted to ,C8 Inch, .65
moro than during tho preceding week. 3. I'. Woods.
Kohala Mill (21) Tho mean temperature was 07.0, unci tho lotal
rainfall 1.39 Inchon, .21 Inch below tho average, ami .71 moro' than
last weejt's. T. Holtum l.llllo.
Kohala Mission (22) Tho rainfall amounted to 1.153 Inchou. .80 Inch
inoio than during last wouk, anil .14 less than tho average Tlio mean
(cmperatnro was OG.t. Dr. II. I). llonil. '
Nlulll (21) Tho mean temperature was 08.1. ami tlio rainfall ".12
InrlicR, 2.08 nbnvo tho avuiuge, and 2.89 moro than last week's. V, C.
Walmea (22) Tho rainfall nmmmloil lo 1. 155 Inrhcu, 1.15 moro Ihan
Inst weoU'H, ami .27 Inch nhovo tho nverage. The mean tomperiituro
w'ns-riS.S0. .lames l.nlnl.
Honokaa (20)Tho mean teniporntuio' wan 0(5 C, nml tlio rainfall
2.91 Inches, .50 Inch nhovo the average, anil .51 loss than tlio preced'
lliR weok's. 8. niindolllngor. ,.....
Panuhnu (21) Tho rainfall amounted lo 3. S3 Inches, 1,51 nboy tlio
nvornge. and 1.29 moro than Inst weok's. Tho mean temperature was
CG.2". I'aauhnu Sugar riantntlnu Co.
Paaullo (21) Tho total rainfall amounted to 7.13 Inches, I.4S moro
thnii during the preceding week. Tho moan temperature was 02.7.
0." It. Illacow.
Ookala (21) Tho mean tenipernturo was 00.7. ami tho ratnfnll 5.48
Inches, 3. 57 nunc than last week's, and 1,38 nhovo tho average.
W. O. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (2D The rainfall nmouiitcil In 0.(17 Inches, 2.33 moro
than during tlio picccdlng week, ami .73 ahovo tho average. 13. W.
Papaaloa (21) The totnl rainfall wait 5.20 Inches, 1.78 moro than
during last week. C. McLennan.
Horjohlna (21) Tho rainfall amounted to 4.09 inches, 2.13 moro
than Inst week's ami .(IS inch less than tho nveingo.W. 131Uot.
Hakalau (21) Tho mean temperature was 07. 2. and tlio rainfall
4.13 Inilua, 3.27 more thun last weeks, ami ,73 inch above tho uvci
age Hakalau I'lantallim Co, I
Pepeeked' (21) Tho rainfall amounted to 2.1$ Inches, 1.03 below
ikomijrHge, and 1.4n moro than last week's. Tho mean temperature
was (is'. 5. Win. II. lingers.
' '"Paphlkou (21) Thu total rainfall. 3.91 Inches, was 3.U Inches moro
than during tho preceding week John T. Molr.
Hilo (21) The mean tcnipcratuio was 07.8, ami the rainfall 3.34
Inches, 2.83 more than last week's, anil .21 Inch lielow tho nverage.
I.. C. Lyman.
Ponahawal (21) Tho rainfall amounted to 1. 03 inches, 3.80 moro
Hum during last week. Tho nv-an tenipernturo was 03. U .1. 13. (i.un
allelHon. Kaumana (21) Tho mean temperature was 02,8, anil tho rainfall
4. GO Inches, 1.21 Icm) than tho average, ami 3,00 moro than last
week's. J. 13. (ianinllelhon.
Kapoho (21) Tho rainfall was 1.07 Inches, 1.39 less thun during
last week, ami .89 below tho average. Tho menu teniperntiuo was
C9.(l H. .1. Uvmnn.
Pahala (20) Tim moan temperature wus 07.1', ami tho rainfall ,88
Inch, .31 below tho avurago, and 1,20 Inches less than tho preceding
Set the Bali to Rolling.
week's. Hawaiian Agrlc. Co.
Naalehu (20) Tho total rainfall was .77 Inch, .11 below the avcrngo,
nml 1.10 Inches lehs thnn during last week. O. (J. Kinney.
Kealakekua (21) Tlio total rainfall, 1.09 Inches, was 1.07 mora than
during last week. Robert Wallace.
Kealakekua (20) The mean tcniiornturo was 07.8, and tlio rainfall
1.17 Inches, 1.10 moro than lnnt week's, nml ,23 Inch above the aver
age. llov. Samuel II. Davis,
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (21) The rainfall amounted to 2.01 Inches, tho snmo as last
week's. The menu temperature was 65. 4". W. K. Togais
Nahlku (21) Tho totnl rainfall was 5,90 Inches, 4.73 greater than
tho preceding week's. ( O. Jacobs.
Haiku (21) Tho mean temporaturo was 03.2", nml tlio rainfall 1.33
Indies, .33 Inch less than lata week'e. I). I). Baldwin.
Peahl (21) The rainfall amounted to l.CG Inches, .19 Inch moro
than last week's. O. droves.
Klhel (19) There was no rnlurnll, which was 1.03 Inches less than
during last week. Tho menu temperature wns 09.7. Win. A. Sparkes.
Puunene (21) The mean temperature was 09.8, and tho rainfall
.37 Inch, .25 moro than the preceding week's. Win., Searby.
Kahulul (22) There was no rainfall during tho week, and tho mean
tempciatiiio was 71.1. Kahulul It. It. Co.
Wailuku (21) Tho mean temperature was 08,0, and the rainfall
.18 Inch, .11 less than last week's. Hi n, Frank.
Kaanapall (21) There was but .01 inch ot rainfall, 1,12 Inches less
than during tho preceding week. Tlio mean temporaturo wns 09.0.
Win. Ilnlili. , ' ,
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (22) Tho rainfall nmouuteil to ,09 Inch, .74 below tho aver
age, and .11 less thnn last week's. Tho mean tenipernturo was 70.0".
H. T. Chrlstopherseli.
Hauula (22) Tho rainfall nmouuteil to .25 Inch, .15 less than thu
preceding week's. Tho mean temperature wns 73.0. Mrs. 13. W. Hay.
Maunawlll Ranch (23) Tlio menu tcinperaiiro wns 09.2. nml the
rainfall .28 Inch. ,03 less than last week's, and 1.02 Inches below tho
nverage. John Herd.
Walmanalo (22) No rain occuired, n deficiency of 1.19 Inches for
the week, ami .23 Inch less thun during last week. The menu tem
perature wns 71.5. A. Irvine.
Ewa (23) Tho mean tompornturo wns 71.2, mid thcro wns no rain
fall, .03 Inch less than lust week's, and ,51 below tho nverage 11. Mid
ler . Walanae (22) This was ho second weok without rainfall, a defi
ciency Tor the week of .41 Inch. The mean temperature wns 72.1".
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllouea (22) Tho mean temperature was 07.0, and tho riilnfull
1 27 Inches, .So Inch below the nverage, and .19 less than laiit week's.
I.. II. liorelko.
Kealla (22) The rainfall amounted to .53 Inch, a dnflclcncy of .30
as compared with tho preceding week. The mean temperature was
f.7 3' Makto Sugar Co.
Llhue (22) The mean UmperJtiiro was 09.2, nml tho rainfall 1.15
Inches, .01 Inch moro than during tho picccdiup; week. K. Welter.
Koloa (22) The rainfall. 1.32 inches, uas 1.08 greater than last
week's, and .17 Inch less than tho nverage. The mean tenipernturo
wifs 08.0. The Kolou Sugar Co
Elcele .(22) The total rainfall was .25 Inch, that amount gicutcr
than during tho preceding week. Mcllryde Sugur Co,
Makaweli (22) Tlfo incnu teniKiraluro was li'.l.S0, ami thu rainfall
,01 Inch, .70 below the tieraKc, and ,02 moro than last week's. Ilu
Vallau Sugar Co.
.ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu '(22) Tlio mean tcniponituro was 09.8, and tho rainfall
.37 Inch, .22 grenlcr than during tho preceding week. C. C, Couradt.
Molokal Ranch, (22) The rainfall amounted to ,29 inch, .09 moro
thun Inst week's. Tho mean temperituro was 07 0. James Monro.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
FIR UNF II
American Hawaiian Boat
Gets Stuck In The
Tho Amcrlcnu-llawnllan steamer
Xchr.iskun arrived this luornlui; fiom
Sail rrnnclsco, bringing four tons n
mall for this city. She had the samo
diniculty us wns uxperlenied by thu
Sant'i Marin ti few days ngo In get
ting to her berth. Sho had turned
I'lnl wns backing Into her berth, as
Is the custom with the American
Hawaiian ships, ami became ground
ed on tho mint which has lllled up
tho ralltoad slip. After half an hour
of hard work, however, sho cauio on
nml wns placcdulongbtde tlio wharf.
Captain Knight reports a pleasant
trip from Sim 1'runclsco nud no trou-
blo till the railroad slip wus reach
ed. Tho Nchrasknn brought down
two passengers. Sir. Iseiiherg. n ion
rln of I'uul Iscnlicrg of this city, and
It. II. Carpenter, it member of tho
Ulin of Hate Urns., tho big San I'rnu
cImo dry goods house.
There Is about 2500 tons of freight
in the NeliraHkan's . cargo, most of
wlili h Is for Honolulu, though part
will go to Kahulul ami Hllo.
Tho Ncbraskan will load sugar lit
this city nml at Makaweli. according
to the present plans, and will not go
to Hllo or to Kahulul herself hut will
transfer her freight for these two
ports to another boat.
A rolling snowball uthrs snow.
Just sse It roll and watch It growl
'Twaa tiny when It first began,
But now It's biugtr ttan the man.
A llttlo WANT AD., started to,
Vill get results -that grow and grow,
Turkish Bath and
At Hotel Baths
LOOK OUT FOR.THE
F1RSJ Of m
Tim Honolulu Drawing & Mnltlm;
Co. have concluded nut to put out
their Hock llcer until tho proper sea
son, April 1. Tiny believe the public
will better nppieclnte It ul that time.
Thuy will on thai date offer to tho
piihlle llui best llork llcer that luu
ever been put on this maiket,
I'UhcH have no e)ciils, am), ncccr
wully, sleep with their eyes open, they
swallow UielC food whole. V'rogn,
toads and serpents never take foo.1 ex
cept tlmt which they nro certain It
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