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A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
KiioukIi baseball is in sight to Keep
tilings going nil winter. Thi Santa
Clara babcbnll tenm departs for tbo
I'u.ist tomoriow on t lie Aliuiieila, lint
tbo Kolo will stay over another
week, which will be time enough Tor
the League to get icntly for the sec
timt scries. Ami things will thus go
nieriily on tlnoitgb the whole tlmo
until the winter leagues are ready to
The S.mtii Clara boys, according to
original plans, should have left on
the last Illlouiau, but stayed over to
finish nil the special baseball which
could be sQiicczcd in. All this helps.
There can bo no doubt that tbo
Santa Clara bo)s go nwny n little ills.
appointed that they did not take the
Cup for the series I bough they won
more games than any other team.
Hut, then, they hae gotten some lino
in ess notices on the Coast, nncl have
helped advertise their team by tbo
trip down here, mid have done n deal
for the cause of sporti so the trip
can't be counted ns a loss.
The Kclos go away Monday of next
week And then the b.isrball fans
will be treated to the second seiies of
the Honolulu League, with tbo old
Interest in personal nxernges, mid the
livalrlcs for tiophlcs which hnvo
been somewhat laid nsldo during tbo
tilauglc league series.
Meanwhile, though peiEoiial aver
ages of the players have not counted
this Mine, It Is Interesting to notlco
what some of Hie men have done.
S.im Chlltlugworth, for Instance, has
cciino nway up In the bitting list. Ho
has, fuithcrmore, been lucky In niuk-
l'lospccls for some great battles on
tlui Coast In n shoit time are mora
than eclipsed by the Interest which Isl
being shown In the McFaddon-Ilollly
go which Is on the boards of the Cen
tral Athletic Club for Saturday even
ing. .Inch McFndden, the lightweight
champion of Hawaii, and Charlie
Itcllly, the crnel; boy fioin the Co.ist,
will furnish a Hi-round affair, which
promises to bo one of tho best ring
exhibitions ever put up In this city.
Tho strength of Ilcllly Is n continual
xurprlso to the peoplo who drop
around to the bo.it-house to see hint
work out. Ho Is not only durable,
but lie is In tho very best of condition
light now, mid Is fast on his feet.
Today, he finishes bard Jioxing, and
ii in niivo ins nanus uirougn tno rest
or the week. In fact, in getting
ready for n Hi-round match, a man
cannot bo too careful of bis hands.
It Is well removed from the Bhort-
bont gnmc Is, In fnct, to bo nhout
thu longest battle ever seen hero if It
n a jj tt n n h u :: :t :: n :
lug tho right hit at tho right time,
nnd may bo counted us one of tho
battels of the triangle league. Tor
nanilez lias been taking more nnd
inoro to tho bunting game, which has
pot been so extensively ucd hero In
nny previous ecas-on as It has this
car. Kn Sue Is another successful
hunter, licit llower has broken
ngaln tnto the game. Hums Ins
shown up as tho classiest shortstop
the local fans over had tho pleasitro
(q sec. AniJ some notable playing has
been done In many games.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE.
goes the limit, and there will bo ev
ery reason for having good hands
when the tap of the gong announces
that the big match Is on,
Mcr.iddcn has not been working
hard. The little Hibernian has box
ed a number of times hero lately, nnd
was not very far from condition when
the bout which Is to mark the end of
the week was arranged. So ho has
been doing comparatively light wutk
right along. Still, ho is an old hand
at tho game, nnd Is saving his mitts
as much ns Ilcllly Is. Jack is taking
the water and massago route lit tho
Hotel llaths. Ho is enthusiastic and
says he feels simply great.
All of which Is gratifying In fnco
of the fact that Ilcllly is in n mood
to match, nnd that the public is find
ing It hard to pick a favorite.
However, ns the better-known man
McFndden Is probably to bo n ring
side choice. There Is a sort of local
superstition that no man In this placo
nor anyone who Is likely to como hero
Is good enough to beat McFndden nt
tho boxing game. Hut then, Ilcllly
has a formidable record. Ho Is u
man who wins his fights, and tbo
number of knockouts which ho has
scored In the early .'ounds of tho
bouts In which ho hits figured piove
clearly that ho Is a fighter, nnd that
the crowd may expect him to wado
In if he appears at all.
McFndden Is tho knockout kid.
With a deal of cleverness, ho never
theless has n short, steamy punch
which does worlds of business. In
fact, If he Is tlin winner of the bout
Saturday, It will be on account of
this short-arm work as much ns his
great ability ns a boxer. For Itcllly
Is also a boxer It remains to bo seen
If ho has the punishing power of Mc
Fndden. It will be recalled that at
the last show of the Central Club,
McKnddon put Sailor Morch out with
comparative case, though the sailor
had certainly gotten In tho most
punches. They simply lacked 'any
power to hurt Jack, while tho sailor
got the full benefit of everything
named out to him.
A notice wns" handed to tho sport
ing editor this morning, stilting that
the meeting of tho Kaplolaul llase
ball 1-oague, which was to have been
held this evening, Is postponed until
h n n
Thu Kallhls defeated tho Pnlpahux
and tho OahUH Sunday.
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WEEKLY WEAJHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, Aug. 21, 1903.
The mean temperatures were generally slightly lower than those of
the preceding week higher means being reportsd from the Hnmak.ua
loa, Hana and portions of the Wailuku districts of Maul, the
Kona, Puna and the central portion of the Hllo districts
of Hawaii, and the northern portion of the Puna district of
Knual. Changes ranging from 1.0 to 3.9' were reported from the
Kau, eastern Puna and portions of the Hllo districts of Hawaii, the
central portion of the Wailuku district of Maul, the Waianae district
of Oahu, and the Koolau and western portion of the Kona districts of
Kauai. , ,
The rainfall was below the average of ten or more years at all sta
tions on Oahu, and Kauai, and In the Kona, Kau, Puna and the south
ern and central portions of the Hllo districts of Hawaii; and above the
average In the Kohala, Hamakua and extreme northern portion of the
Hllo districts of Hawaii.
The changes, In Inches, In the several districts were: Hawaii Ko
hala and Hamakua H0.77 to 1.10. extreme northern Hllo 1-45, central
and southern Hllo 0.08 to 2.14, Puna and Kona 0.18 to 0.23,
and Kau 0.78; Oahu 013 to 0.38, and Kauai 0.18 to 0.97.
The total rainfall, In Inches, for the week In the several districts
was: Hawaii Kohala 1.53 to 2.18, Hamakua 2.40, Hllo 1.20 to 4.23,
Puna 1.51 to 3.02, Kau 0.14, and Kona 1.83; Maul Koolau 2.61 to 5.13,
Hamakualoa 0.43, Hamakuapoko 1.59, Hana 2.22, Kula 0.06, Wailuku
0.00, and Lahalna 0.03; Oahu Koolauloa 0.18, Koolaupoko 0.05 to 1.06,
Honolulu (lower levels) 0.01, and Waianae and Ewa (lower altitudes)
0.00; Kauai Koolau and Puna 0.16 to 0.31 and Kona 0.06 to 0.20; and
The rainfall was less than during the preceding week at all stations
on Molokal, Kauai and Oahu, In all districts of Maul, excepting the
Hamakualoa and Hana, and In the central portion of the Hllo district
of Hawaii; elsewhere there was more rain.
The excesses over last week in the several districts were: Hawaii
Kotjala 0.38 to 0.59, Hamakua 1.43, northern and southern Hllo 0.75 to
2.43, Puna 1.12 to 1.61, Kau 0.14, and Kona 1.03, and Maul Hana 1.9.1,
and Kula 0.06; and the deficiencies: Hawaii central Hllo 0.18 to
0.26; Maui Koolau and Lahalna 0.04 to 0.11, Hamakuapoko and Hama
kualoa 0.65 to 0.87, and Wailuku 0.00 to 0.16; Oahu Waianae, Ewa,
Koolauloa and Honolulu 0.09 to 0.56. and Koolaupoko 0.59 to 1.86;
Kauai Koolau 1.38, Puna 0.72 to 0.92, eastern Kona 1.97 and western
Kona 0.06; and Molokal 0.45.
Tho following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Island and for the Group:
Hawaii.....' ,. 73.1 2.24 Inches.
Maui '..... 75.0 1,00 Inch.
Oahu 76.7' ' 0.22 Inch.
Kauai 76.2s 0.18 Inch.
Molokal 76.4 020 Inch.
Entire Group 74.9' 1.27 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu, clear to
partly cloudy weather prevailed, with .01 Inch of rainfall, .34 below
the weekly normal, and .56 less than during the preceding week. The
maximum temperature was 84, minimum 71", and mean 77.0 , 1.8
below the normal, and 0.2 lower than last week's. The mean
dally relative humidity ranged from 64 to 73 , and for the week the
mean was 67.9?,. Northeasterly winds obtained on each day, with an
average hourly velocity of 7.4 miles. The mean dally barometer
ranged from .01 to .06 Inch above the normal, and the mean for the
week, 30.01 Inches, was .03 Inch above. .
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: The flKiirps following tile namu of station Indicate I ho clalu
with which the week's repoit cloti-tl.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
'Puakea Ranch (SQ)-iIlQln fell on four dates. nninunlliiK to 153
Inchos. .51 Uieb more than ,tluriiR the nroOiidliiK cok A. Mnstm.
Kohala Mill (20) Tho nionn temnomturd wns 73.3. .Thuiu.wcro
flvo days with rain, totnlltiK 1.07 Inches. .90 Inch above, tho uverac,
nnil .38 more than last week's. The rainfall at tho mauka station
whit 2.81 Inches. T. H. l.lllle. .,!.,,, ,
Kohala Mission (21) Generally cloudy weather obtnlued, with rain
fall tin six dates ainountlnK to 1.91 Inches. .77 Inch above the iivlthko.
tihil .59 more thnn tho iire(ous week's. The menu temperature was
71.9-Dr. n. I). Bond. , ' , .
Nlulll (20) The menu tuuicrnliiro wiik '73.1. bhtiwors oqcijru-d
on tho first Blx tlivtt and anipuntert tii 2:18 Iiic1ioh..1.10 above, Jho
nveiiiRii.'imd .48 more than Inst wecVu.'-F. 'C! l'notow. ,
Honokaa (1!) Knln ftj(l tin .five dates and totaled 2'. Winches, 1.13
more than tnrliiB tho pWedl'nK 'week, Itn'tl 1.011 ubovo tho nvcriiRo.
Tlio mean temperature was 73.1.-1 V Kimdscn.
Ookala (20) Tho mean tciuiwrnturo was 72,8. Knln Tell on flvo
dates heavy,, 1.85 'Inches, cm tho 17th nutl totaled 3.C.I Inches, 1.15
nbovq tho average, nnd 2.-I3 moro than last week's. W. G. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (20) Smooth seas, nnd calm, excesslvoly warm weath
er prevailed, with showers on nix nlKhts amounlliiK to 3.11 Inches.
1.77 moro than tho previous week's, anil .OS Inch less than thu mcr.iRe.
. E. W. Ilarnard.
Papaaloa (20) Showers occurred on Ave dates and nmountt'd to
1.72 Inches, .28 Inch Iiisb than tlurliiB tho preceding week. C. Mcl.tu-
Honohlna (20) There were four days with rain, totaling 1.20 Inchon.
2.14 below the ueraBo, nnd .IS Inch less limn tho previous week's.
Hakalau (20) Tho mean temperature was 75.1. Haln fell on tho
first four dates and amounted to 2.01 Inches, 1.05 Ichh than tin; nveniKC,
anil .75 Inch more than last week's. J. Kraser.
Papalkou (20) Rains occurred dally heavy, 2.15 Inches, on Ihu
17th nrid totaled 4.23 (ntbes, 2.11 moro than tbo previous week's.
.1. T. Molr.
Hllo (20) Tio mean temperature was 73.2. and tbro was rainfall
tin llvo dales amounting to 2.fi!) Inches, 1 98 more than last wcek'n,
and .23 inch less than tho weekly averace. I.. C Lyman.
Ponahawal (20) Haiti ticeurreit on five dates, amounting to 3.21
Inchon, 2.1fi more than dining tho preceding week. Tho mean tempt:!
nture wns 71.6". .1. K. Gamallclson.
Kaueleau (19) Tho mean temperature was 71.B. Itnlu fell on llvo
dntcB and totaled 3.02 Inches, 1.01 more than during tho previous
week. F. L. Webster.
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