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All visiting members of the
order are conllally Invited to
attend mc stings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 In I. O. 0. 1". Hall. Foit Street
. K. Ii. I1KNUUV. Secretary.
l V. GE11R1NO, N. O.
All visiting brother very corillnlly
1 MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
g Meets ovory luesJay evening at
" ,:30 o'clock la K ot 1'. Hall, cor.
ff l-ort nnd lleretanlr. Visiting broth-
m roullnlb Invited to attend.
A S. WKilIIUIt. O. C.
I. YVAl.DRON. K. K. 3.
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets eery Friday ovonlng at
K. of P. Hall. cor. Fort and llerc
tanla, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
W Lodge No. 2, Wm. McKlnley Uxlgo
,-f- N'o. S, and visiting brothers cordially
R. GOSLING, C. C. -
A. S. KIJNWAY, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE C1G, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. G1C, 11. P. O.
fc., will meet In their ball on King
rear Port street every Friday o en
lug. Ily onlor of tho U H.
HARRY A. WILDER,
p. u. richardson, a. u.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.of P.
Meets every S.iturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor
Fort and Ucretanla. Visiting broth
;rs cordially imlted to attend
I.. II. WOLF, C. C.
, E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140,. F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, corner
Deretanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
'Hnd L E. TWOMEY, W.. President.
II T. MOORE, Secy.
, HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1.' 0. B. H.
Meets every flrRt and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
Pythian Hall Visiting brothers tor
t dlnllj Invited to attend.
' A. D CASTRO,
jS, A. E. MURPHY. C. Ot It.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
;-Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen In Hono-
lulu. Call and See Them.
Assrci l'8(i Gara
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler woik
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation.
purposes a specialty. Particular
tention plid to JOB WORK, and re -
; f pairs executed at shortest notice.
Church Hells '
Smrll and Medium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Wos. 44'50 KinR St., Katsey Blk bt.
Nuranu and Smith Rts.j Tel. 169.
C 1 n s i c P o p u 1 a r
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ltd
,. Odd Fellows' Idg., Fort St
Wank books of ill inrts, lodg.
etc. fusnufrfctnred by the Bulletin Pub
Go Carts .
Sj King and Bethel Sts.
It was all right
HATS THAT ARc
becoming to the wearer arc
made by us with that elegance
of style and quality that bears
the name "Knox. New York."
There's nothing better than is
A water-proof wall-paper
for bath rooms and kitchens.
Wilder . Co.
Cntrn FiiTtiiiiTA fin
oyne X UTClTGUre VjO,
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Loving Cups, Trays,
ies, Teco Pottery:
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURI0( CO,, Alx,
If it Was
Panama hats cleaned at tho Olobo
Tho Sunday band; concert will tnl.6
placo at Aala pnik.
Candies the best come from Alex
ander Young Cafe.
Tontgiit is "Aiainoua niglil" nt tho
11") nl Hawaiian hotel.
Take home a box of Alicretti's clio-
co'nte creams and mako good.
uonoiiuu i.ougu isi). uiu, u. p. o E,
will meet In Elks' Hall thin evening nt
Just arrived, Hnllwood Cash Regis
ters. Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Tomorrow is last day to enter your
birds for the big Poultry Show. Don't
.1. II. Woolley and wlfo departed In
the Mauna l.oa Uul.i) for tho other
Hoffmann Chop House open all tho
time on Hotel street, near Nmianit.
l.cellont meals at lowest prices
Hov. D. Murray or Kuiipo.-Maul, will
('.opart for his homo today In tho
Judge II. E Cooper was a passenger
In tho Mounn l.oa, which sailed at
A. M. Drown, tho piosccutlng ofllci'i'
in tho District Court, departed In tho
Manna l.oa today. - ,
Dr. ltn inoinl of Walluku Is booked
to depart In the Claudlnc this after
noon nt li o'clock.
J. P. Mendoiica" nnil A. Alirrns Vcio
tinning llio outgoing passengers In the
Mauna l.oa this noon.
A. J. Oanes sand wire, accompanied
by servant, will leave for Maul In the
Claudlnc this evening.
Tom lliirnlnghniii or II O. Hall &
Son sails on the steamer Claudlnc
thin nflcrnooii nt li o'clock.
E. A. How land, Connelly with the
Pacific Haiduaru Co, has accepted it
position nun I.eworB & Cooke, Ltd.
There's n fresh shipment of Gun
iher's chocolates nt the Palm Cafe,
Almost even ono knows how good they
Iho nicest gift to send jour
friends Is n en to or Island preserves.
Mis. Kearns has a fiesh lot ready for
During tho Inst Ihicc months or 11)07
the bum or $11. 011.80 has been paid
(nil ti tho United StntOH Marshal's of
II ci hue.
Your wife never tasted any choco
Intel quite so good as Aligrctti's and
tiiey are sold only by Benson, Smith
S Co., Ltd.
Twenty secona-nnnu sowing ma
olilncs of nil standard makes for sale
P-dccs from $3 up. Ilenny & Co , Ltd..
agents White Family Jlotary, 12GG
("rrt street. Plioi'o 488.
The Wnn Ylng Cliong Co. ao ro
diiccd prices on all their holiday
stock, nnil It ls'well worth wbllo for
ono to look liter tho stock for bar
mi In d.
Yesterday saw tin- opening of Ihu
great niimiul b.ilo of laces and em
broldeilcs at A. Morn's stoio on Fort
street. Conio and get some ot tho iilg
T Kf Nahlwa, n bchool leather ot
Kona, returned to his post In Iho Man
in l.oa todn. Ho cable down lo nt
tenil tho twentieth uuuivcrsarj ot Uiu
Our specialty Is developing and
printing, and wo do tho best work In
our lino. Wo understand picture tak
ing we'll help )ou Honolulu Photo
Supply Co., Fort stieet.
C. 11. Mcllrldo, the Governor's sec
ictnry, was admitted to practice In
Iho United States District Court jes
terday, on motion. ot United Statca
District Attorney Breckons.
'A. F. Judd denies tho rumor that
tho firm ot Cotton Ilros, is bankrupt.
Ho Is tho local attorney for tho firm,
nnii belloves that If such wero tho
case ho would havo been nihlscd.
Tho sixth annual meeting ot tho
Farmers' Instftutto of Hawaii will bo
held at tho library ot tho Tcnltorlnl
Iloatd of Aglleultiiro and Forestry,
Saturday. RuMtieMi meeting at 3:30
1 . in.
A Japanet.o named Kaglhnra Yokl
chl was jestcrday committed In tho
insnno asvluin, having been oxiiiulucif
and pronounced of unsound lulnil. Ho
bns only been In Hawaii for u fuw
Tho KHiuehamcha Alumni Associa
tion will meet tonight ut their club
house. 1337 -Fort street. Important
business will bo tinnsncteil mid nil
aluiniil und students nro icquestcd to
William Knott made application cs
Icrdny In tho United States Court for
Amciicnn citizenship. Ho Is it na
tho or Australia and u subject or Ed
waul VII. ,lohu C. Clancy and O. K.
Qiilun are his wltnosscs.
Territorial Surveyor Willi la prcpnr
fins a set of niaps for tho Hoard of As
rlculturo nnd Porostry which will
show tho l'oiost Uescivoa or the entlio
Territory na they exist today. It Is
"xpecled that Ihe&Q maps will bo ex
hibited at tho Poultry Show boon to bo
In tho pioceedlngs bi ought by At
torney Oenoral Hcnienwny on behalf
ot tho Tcirltory for tho roudomnntlou
or tho extension or Illshop street from
King to Merchant, an answer has been
flled by J. I'. Ilatkfuld nnd Paul and
Helnrlch Hitlers, setting up that thoy
are mortgagees ot tho Emmcluth
leasehold, and that tho mortgage Is for
tIRlinn wllh nbniit SR0 or nrcrlied 111-
tercst. Thoy ask that it tho land Is
condemned ror street purposes that
' thoy bo awauled this buiii. ' v
A. N. SANFOnD.
Boston Building. Fort Street,
over May & Co.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
ivlth their new FRENCH dry cleaning
253 Deretanla St. Phono 1491.
Curios and Jewelry
Break Han Jinan's Combination
WASHINGTON, I) C . Jan. 2 Attorney General Ilonnparlo Is con
sidering a suit to iIImsoUo the relationship that exists between tho Union
Pacific nnd tho Southern Tactile.
Hnrrlmnn lontiols the SoutliAru Pacific nnd "Iko the Union Pacific
ltiillvaa. The I'nlon Paclllc cxtcnOs from Oniahii to Ogdon, whero It
connects with the Central Pacific extending to Sacinmcuto. Tho South
ern 1'aUllc, howctcrhns u transcontinental route of Its own by' way 'of
Arlzonn, Tcas und New Orleans.
CHICAGO, 111. Di Nkholns Sonn Is dead.
Nicholas, Scnn was born la Switzerland on October 31, 1811.1 Ho
tame to thu United States with his parents In 1SS3 und settled lit Wis
(ouslu, cradiiatljiK Urst fxini Uiu Pond du I.nc HIrIi School and thou from
the ChluiKO Jlrdbal Colleitc. Ho took a post-grnduato courso In tho Unl
eislt ot Munich nnd then started bin practlso In Pond du I,ac and later
In MIlwauKeb file was surgeon general or the Stnlo ot Wisconsin fioin
1 S7 1 tll ) 8vl anil, then moved to Chicago, llo vMted li
IS (m, as Hie gib-xL bt Dr. G.ilbr.lllli. Again, In 1901, ho
this cltr on blirway li.icl, riom a trip to the Orient. In 1!)
for the last time tor n brier stn on bin
I)r' Seun wan noted us being one
United States 'His hI.III In tho lino or
Ibis, and through u number or lnedleil
wib very well known, llo served with
the Spanlsh-Aiiierie.ui war and wiotc
during that struggle.
COUNT B0NI SLAPPED HIS WRIST
PARIS, Pinnce. .Inn. 2. Tho Ccunt Hunt do Cahtellann iind tho
Prince do S.igau hnd u light in tho street yestcidy. Count ilonl spat In
tho PiIiico'h face, and blows wero cxcbiingcd. Uoth weio nrrcsted. Ma
dame Anna Gould expressed herself uc unconcerned regarding tho matter.
Count Ilonl do Casjollaro 1.1 llu iccently divorced husband of Anna
Gould, daughter of thu i.ite .la) Gould Hello do Tullcraiid-Pcrlgord,
Pilnci! de S.ig.m, Is u grand-nepbeiv ul that tanious Talleyrand who was
Napoleon's foreign milliliter. Icuinor has pcn.lstentl). Insisted that Anna
Gould will marry him as soon im tin time lias expired nftcr her lllvorco
from C.ibtellnno which Is ic(iilred' by the I'lcnth law. Tho Prlneo do Sa
gan 13 18 cars of age.
READY FOR OHIO PRIMARY Fiarfl
COI.U.MI1US, Ohio, Jnn, 2. Tho Ucpubllcau State Central Commit
tee, at n meeting hold hero today, Issued a call for tho Republican prlma
iIcj throughout tho State, to bo hold on Pcbrunry 11, to elect delegate
to n State onventloii to bo hold March 3. James It. Garlleld, Secretary (
of tho Interior, was chalrmnn. Tho
NHW VOUK, N. Y., Jan. 2 Counsel for Harry Kenihill Thaw, in
dicted for tho murder of Slanfoid While, hao iidopted tho theory tlmt'ut
Iho time ot the murder ho was Insane, but that he Is sano now.
ANIMALS SLASHED AND LIVE
N12W YOIIK, N. Y., Jan. 2. Vital oigiins havo been successfully
trauhfeued fioin ouo living uiiliitul tc nnothcr nl tho .Itockorcller Instt
RICHMOND, Vn., Jan. 2 Receivers havo been appointed for tho
. OF 1008
Tax Assessor Holt has postod no
tices In front or the Judiciary building,
In all the vnilmiH languages used in
tho Territory, Informing tho tux-pay-lug
public that t ho assussmmit of
taxeh Tor 19Qg has begun. All per
toiml and Income tuxus urn duo and
payable arter Januaiy 1, mid nil prop
trty and t,iecitlc taxes on nnd after
Jnnimry 31. ninnk nwessment blanks
can bo obtained on application. No
appeals can bo granted on returns
made lator than January 31. Tho fol
lowing additional lufoimation Is given
is the only piano player ,that
gives you Complete control ov
er the piano.
If you love music, you can
Team' to give that fine expres
sion that is possible only to
finished performers and own
ers pf the AN0ELUS.
Call and try it at the
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BLD0.
SENN IS DEAD
In lioiiolulii la
Ot ho was heio
wiy to Austrulla.
or the most daring surgeons In tho
suigcry vns unusuiil and, through
books or which ho was author, ho
th United States tionna during
scvcrnl books on his experiences
Tnft representatives controlled tho
. . - . 1 --U-IU'J
on tho posters:
"All dog, brako, silky, ox-cart, auto
mobile, blejclo, wngon,, wngonette,
beairc, omnibus, dray, cart and car
1 luges taxes, togelhor with ono-buK or
1 II property Iuxch and ono-half ot all
Income taxes remulnlng unpaid by
May 16th, will become delinquent and
eubject to a penalty of ten per cent,
additional, and It not paid fifteen das
lifter date or delinquency, Interest at
U10 into or ten per cent per annum
oil tho propm ty und specific tuxes and
pennlty, und nt tho rato or ouo per
cent, per month on the Income tuxes
und pennlty will bo churged until
paid, and thu remaining portion or tho
property and Income taxes duo and
not paid by Novombor 16th, will be
como delinquent 'and subject In a Uko
manner to tfio ton per cent, penalty
nnd Interest as by law provided.'-' .
Monday, Deft 16.
"KUKHKA Sailed, Deo. 16:
Am schr. Uva, for Honolulu.
Weuneaiyy, Dee. (1Q.
AllrWI.ANIl ArrlilA.I tlM IT
Dr. ,8. Si Crown of Onjlcla, honco.
Dec. 2. ,
Thursday, Dee. 19.
SAUNA CKUZ Arrjvcd Deo, 15:
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, bonce Nov. 30.
OKAY'S HAItUOIl Sailed Dec. 17:
Am. schr., HobcrjL Loners, for Hono
lulu. SAN KItANCISCO Snllcd Dec. ID:
A.-II. 88. Missouri, for Sound, t
Friday, Dec. 20.'
VICTOIHA Arrhed Dec 19:
II r. S. 8 Moana, licilco Dec. 12.
Saturday, Dec. 21.
HKWCASTI.K Sailed Dec. W:
AnV bkt' o Puako, for
Monday, Dee. 23.
SAN 1TIANCISCO Sailed Doc. 21.
Am bk, Aunlo JojinBon, for Hllo.
lfAHUI.UI Arrhcd pec. 23:
A.-H. 8. 8. Novndan, licuco Dec. 22.
H1LO ArrUed Dec. 21:
Am, 8. 8. Kntcrprlso, hence Dec. 20
SAN KUANCISdO SnMed, Dec, 23:
Ilk. St. Katllerlue, for Hllo.
Tuesday1, Dee. 24. '
Am. bktno COfonan, rorfllonolulitj
Thursday, Dec. 26. '
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 21:
Am. schr. W. II. Marslon, Tor Jlono-
Am. Pp. V.. M. Phelps, from Seattle
for Knhulul, put In' leaking.
Friday, December 21.
SAN KIIANCISCO Arrived, Dec, 27.
Am. bktno. Irmgurd, hencu I)(c,l2.
PORT TOWNSUND Arrived Dec,27
Am. bk. Albert, from Hllo Ucc. C.
Saturday, Dec. 23.
SAN PRANCISCO Sallcfj Dec. 28:
O. S. S. Alameda, for Hpiiolulu,
SAN FRANCISCO, Sailed Dec.' 27:
A,-H. S. 8. Columbian, for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled Dec. 2G:
, A.-II. 8. 8. Alasknn for Sallna Ciuz
SAN DinGO Arrived Dec. 27:
A.-H. S. S. Arlzonan, from Sallna
HII.O Arrived Dec. 27:
Anj. bk. Mohican, from Tncoma.
Monday, Deej 30. '
SAN FRANCISCO Arrlieil Dec, 29:,
Am. bk. Andrew Vclch..froin Hllo.
PORT TOWNSHND-Alilvl l)cc(:28:!
Am. bk Albert, nom Hllo.
KURKKA Arrived Dec. 29:
AiA, schr. O. M. Kellogg, from Hllo.
KAHUI.UI Arrived. Dec. 29:
' .Arjl S. 8. Tcxar!,,from''nonouju;i-,
" " Monday, Deo. 30.
YOKOHAMAt-Arj-lved .Dec. 29:
P. M. S.' 8. Korea.'heuco Dec. 18.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Dee. 28:
Fr. S. S. Amirnl Koiirlchon, for Ho
nolulu. KAHUI,UI Sailed Dec. 20': '. 1
Am. bk. U. V. Whitney, for San
Note Am.'sp. Jnbez Howes failed
to got away from" KnhuUil on Satur
day, us reported.
SAN PRANCISCO Sailed Dec. 31:
P. M. S. 8. China, for Honolulu.
SAN PRANCISCO Arrived Dec. 31:
Am. bk. lTdwnrd May, rrom Maka
well Dec. 11.
PORT GAMIIU: Sailed Dec. 30:
Am. sch. Allc'o Cooke, ror Honolulu
AnKRPKDN Arrived Dec. 30:
Am. bgtn. Geneva, rrom Maknwell,
NI3yCA8TLri-Arrlvert Dec. 29:
Hr. 8. 8. Aoten, hence Dec. 11.
Thursday, January 2.
SAN DIIXJO Arrlod Jnn. 1:
A.-H. S. S. Nebnisltan, Horn Sallna
Friday, -January 3. '
BAN FRANCISCO Arrived Jan. 3:
1 Jan. S. S. Nippon Miiru, henco Dec.
27. . .
NEWCASTLH Sailed Jan. 1;
Am. schr. Holeno, for Mabukona.
YOKOHAIIA A,rrlved, Jnn. 2t
,lap. S. S. America Mnrit', Micnco
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan, 3:
P. M. S. S, Mongolia, for Honolulu.
t TRANSPORT SERVICE
Warren, In Phlllppinco.
Tholnns, snlled for Manila, Dec, II.
Huron, nt Manila.
Sheridan, at San Frunclsco.
,1-ogan, nt San Francisco.
Crook, Balled ror Manila, via Guam,
'Sherman, at Sail Frunclbco, , .
I,ANZ lnUhls elly,.Jun, 3, lyOS, to
Mr. nnd, Mrs. Wm. Lunz, a slaughter,
A frenzied horso, suITorlng from
l.yiltonhObU 111 Nowurk. N, J.,eaused
a panic among siiblemeu and w'uj
killed by1 a Bledgoliammer.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
; SUITINGS .
3 HE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
W. W. Ahana 'Co.,
1 r " h 7j ,".5 4
G2 S. KING ST.
0 4JI j'll 41 605
I 15 1.8,11 4, 6 4.
4 o 1.)
4 1 t
J 11 Sfl
s n 1 si
New moon Jnn. 3, ntllTl3 n. m.
Hawaiian standard ttmo la 10 hours
30 minutes Blower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 167
iegrces 30 minutes. Tho tlnio whlstto
blows nt 1:30 p, in-which is tho samo
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
nnd moon nro for local tlmo for tho
K . ARRIVED '
K K J K M JC IW M1 J? K Bl 35 M 5J K W
t Kildny. January 3.
8. S. Asia, Harry Gaukrogcr, from
Orient, 9 n. 111.
a 5C K K H K M K K K if H M K a
Friday, January 3.
, Stnir, Mnutia l.oa, Slmcrson, for l.a-
linJna nnd.bthur ports, 12 111.
.? H iS' M 5 )C 3C X M K K J?
X SAILING -TODAY
Stnlr Clniiilliin, llenneU, ror Iluwnll
ports, 6 p. in.
SC KJ8,,: M X 3 H li M Hi M 5
Per S. S. Asia, Guukrogcr, rrom tho
Orient, 9 -11, in. Mr Menoklchi Sato.
M WATERFRONT NOTES
(MKaM. W X K J
ASIA'S SMALL LIST.
Tho big steamer Asia, rrom the Or
ient, nrrjved In this port early this
moiplng nnd wns docked ut about 9
o'clock. Slio can led 110 tons ot
Irelght for Honolulu, and ono cabin
passenger, a Jnpaneso. Thirty-two
sacks of mall from tho Oriental cities
weio tbrimn on for Honolulu.
Tho'riirtst rcmarknblo thing about
tilts trill bT tbb Asia Ts the small pas
fiPf oj list, as ,siok carries only one
passenger lor lionoiuiu nnil oniy iwu
for Snn Francisco. This, it Is said. Is
(lie. of tho smallest lists that hnu over
fono through this port 011 such a Jft.rgc
v cmioI. .
Tho Aula Is kept ln.cobQ iiiarnnt)ne,
no ono except the stoycdoies being
allowed up tho gang-iilnnk. This Is
done merely for preventive reasons,
according to tho inspection doctor.
Purser Charles Thorn reports that tho
cholera sltuallon In the Orient Is piac
tlcnlly tho siime, with tho exception ot
Kobe, whero tho disease has assumed
alarming pioportfons. Tho Asia had
n very pleasant trip coming over,
meeting hnrdly uuy rough 'weather.
Tho three passengers who wero on thu
boat mo as follows: For Honolulu,
Mr. Menoklchi Sato; for San Fran
itsco: Miss 11. Richards, II. F. Mailers.
Gossip on thu waterfront hero has
It that thoro will bo bovernl changed
nnd advances among thu chief olllceu
of tho luter-Islaiul' Slcain Nivlgatlon
ComiMiiy'R flout, 'when tho now Hag
bhlp Man 1111 Ken, Captain Freeman,
rrrhcii from San Frunclsco. It Is
lumnred that Captain Iienuctt, at pres
ent In elmrgo of thu Claudlnc, will be
put nt thu helm of the Klnuu. This
popular captain Is tho only ononroimd
whom any dufiiilto talk ot change has
bcen,"centorod hs -yet, "although It' la
nl mos an assured fact that tho coni'
lug of tho Mauna Ken, will bo tho sig
nal for several chants.
Ilccauso of tho niffllaiily nptlonsof
two sallorp who travelled on tho Ml
kahala, and who had to bo forclblj
ejected frjun U10 suloon by Captain
Giegory . hlnihelf tho Intor-Ishuid
Steam Nnvlgatlou Company will com
pel nil sallois going on their vessels
between Islands to pay tho full fare,
Heictofoio thoy havo enjoyed thoaij
vnntago or a reduced rata botweeu 'the
The Inter-Island sleainer Miiiinn tyu
left for l.nhalna loday at noon, with
an ordlnnry riiuscnjtfr' list. Thu
Clamlliiais duo to sail this ovenlng,at
i it- r
! Honolulu' Weather '
. v j - . . Jnnuary 3. ,
Tompeirtuics C a. in., 71; 8 a. m.,
73: 10 11, in., 71; noon, 7pL morning
inlnimiim, 71, -J
Iinioneter, 8 ii.m.f 30.07; nbsolplo
humidity, 8 a. ni'., G.357'"grnlns per
iiiblo foot; rclutlvo humidity, 8 a, 'pi.,
01 per cent; dew point, 8 o. in., 59
Wind C a. m., velocity 18, direction
N. D.j 8 u. m., voloclty 17, direction
N. K., 10 a, 111., voloclty 19, direction
N. J:.; noon, voloclty 20. directum
Rainfall during 24 hours untied 8 a,
in., .00 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
houis ended at noon, .408 miles. s
WM. 0. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Bureau.
, , . v, - -, m'j -J : a
Fine Job Prlntlna'al the Dulletln.