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EVENING- BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. IL, TlllltiflDAY, HKPT.-3.-190S.
Taylor Didn't Know
All That laukea Did
BUT MATTF.nS KEPT FROM HIM APPEAR TO DE EXCEPTIONS FOR
MER CHIEF OF DETECTIVES TELLS ABOUT. CIGARS FOR
POLICE TALK WITH IAUKEA ON ISOI
Testimony tf A. P. Taylor Continued icpiitnlloit uniting the Chinese mid lini
CJ. When was Hit llrnt tliuo llmliii) connection with, any gambling fr.i-
till) HIUTirC I'VOr llllll Will lllljlhlllg ICl-ICmlllCS
ntlvo to llio attempted Inlliciy? A
tll, ill tlllH CnilVCIHIlllDIl wn tl.'lll.
(J. At Unit biiiiio t onversatlnn? A;
Vis, TfiniiH-li'l linil left the loom.
(. What conversation tirciirrrcl at
Dial time relative tn tho Inlliciy mat
ter? A. Well, lie said that I supp'o
now Hint caso of bribery, which I wiih
winking up against Ihi will Tall
through Jirit mi account of tile knowl
edgu mnl talk of tlit.i nolo. Il said
(J . Did llio Sheriff ill any time over
tell o'i tbal nbout Christmas time,
this last Christmas, IkiiI bad mailu
lilni a pro-tent of fnni- chairs? A. Nn
Chairs and Cigars.
CJ. Dlil Ibu Bheilrf over loll yim
thai lull had over Hindu him any pros-
intH of any kind? A. No. Illght hcic
I w.inl tn nay that cigars came to the
Police nepaittnont from Isol Ihcy
that IkoI hail mine to him with nlTers were distributed nrnimd' tho Depart-
of money to him to allow Iwllel t ! incut The Sheriff had told mu that
open mid Hint h had two or three ' people had been to him to offer various
talkH with him ami wiih expecting sums to allow gambling tn i;o on, A
about HiIm I lino to clinch the whole groat many li.nl been tip to bin house,
niatlcr; that be Hi offered bin miiiii and made offers,
pietly good sum of money and Hildl U. He did not iiicntlon their nameb7
ho would po.islbly li.ivo offered lilm A. No. bill they were Chinese,
iibout Willi), but I suppose It will nil1 Mil. AltCIIEIt
fall through now. Might Be Legitimate.
. Q. How Inns hail Juil been lic- tj, Have ou told TowiihciuI lit the
from Hie Cn.iHt when Mm li.nl (IiIh limit of that conversation between you
eouL'iKatlon with Hie Sheiiff aboul anil ti I lit til your oilier, mil to tell thin
Hie uttempl at lulliery? A. Well, an eon vet nation between mi and him to
1 nay, that must have li.cn about llio the Slioiltr? A, I told him not to
IiikI of May or the fltvl of June mine- inctillt'tl It to nnyboily, because I
where nrouiid there, I e.iu'l fix tho lould mil lindnrHlund Hie thing, and I
date. .didn't want tho Sheriff to reel that I
Sheriff's Own Schemes. wiih probing Into koiiio of IiIh business
(). And up to the lime of lliiu eon-'or iirfnlrit. I could not umleiKtiind thu
voisntlou you li:ii) Just rpoki n of, Hie whole affair, end after thinking n while
Sheiiff had not In any wn lakeii you I thought pinslbly, well It might be
Into IiIh cnnlldencu rolntlvo to the a legitimate business after all, and so
Kebcnie ho Inn! for Ir.ipplir; Isol In when I spoke, to Towiiheml flint of all
cnniiccllim with llio proposition of nnd before wo dleciisccd llio detallH
lulbery? A. No. Of course, 1 don't of the note, 1 told him 1 wanted him
expect he would le.illy liavo to, ho bo- to tell mo tho truth about It, nud he
lug nl the head iif Hie Ocptrlmciit. Of said jus bo had borrowed tho money
coin kc, If I hud a Klmllar hchome, my and hail thu note.
Iiclm; a Hiliurilliinto o Ulcer, I would Q Vou hail told .Mr Towiiscml noi
liavo to oiibnilt to lilm llrnt. Theie to say anything about tho m-ittor he
lms been Which when the Sheriff lilm- foro tho conversation commenced? A.
helf has been able to carry aloiiK do- I cautioned 111 ill after the matter had
tails of snino nehemes he had theio,' horn illscussid. I said 1 don't wani
which I did not know about until It .win to say anything to tho Sheriff
wiih tlmo to let them out, for Instance about tills, as I don't want lilm to
in the Hail cave. Itlilnk I am pinhlug Into his affairs.
(J. Ui In (ho lime jou went to San. AIR. MII.VEUTON
Kinucli.ro, tho Shutllf mid you hud I Tho circumstances woio such th.it
been ery cloro ami bad worked to- ou thought you knew enough al that
gethcr on all matters and jou had on- tlmu to arouso your suspicions that
Joji his confidence to a wry largo' prolribly thtru was something wrong?
extent, had ou not? A. Oh cn. 1 A. At first I did, then t decided I hud
didn't know anything about his private better ask Townrend about It, so I
iiffnliH or bin financial clicumstances told lilm everything that I luivu al
New Sprinklers Will Be
Tho meeting of tho Hoard of Super
visors laBt evening was as unlet and
Korcnc us cotihl well bo Imagined. Tho
only matter of Importance that catno
before llio nugiiHt body was that of
tho Issuance of tho election proclama
tion, and that was osttlcd amicably
ami satisfactorily to all concerned
IllilH for tho now Kprlnkling carls
were icoelvod from two firms and
worn opened litst evening. Tho Sclw
man Catrlngo Comiiany iut In their
bid on tho Stiidcbnker brand of wat
ering carts, ami tho Honolulu Iron
Works bid on Hio Osborne inako of
wagons. Hoth IiIiIh were over the min
imum of $100, In tills lino. Archer
brought up the fact again that tho
waterfront was tho place that needed
tho spiluklcrs during tho stay of the
licet, and Chairman Dwlght was In
structed by the Hoard to keep plenty
or water nlntig that portion of tho city.
It was explained to Supervisor Har
vey that new sprinkling carts wero
needed foi tho waterfront because,
during thu week alt of the wagons
were In use In road count ruction work.
Hills for the mnnlli or August wero
passed as follows:
l.oah! Homo $ 125.00
('utility office rent 150.0U
Koolnupoko road district .... 1510.70
Walanuo rum I dlstrirt 359.00
Itnnd Department (I'uuloa ltd) Hi en
i:u':i road district (from road
tax fund ionn.no
Hawaiian Hoard 75.00
Kaplobinl Park 328.38
Koolanlon to.nl dlnltlet 587.50
Walalua road district 1138.75
Walmen bridge 227.15
Walalua road district 500.00
(). Hut up to thu tlmu I refer to tho
matters of thu Police Department and
methods to bo pursued In such Iii
kI ances, these matters wero discussed
between ou ami thu Shot Iff, wero
they not. A. Yen, largely, Tho Sher
iff lias cnirled nn certain negotiations
by lilmseir, or with some idembers or
the Department, fur Instance tho Hint
riiho, when that caso was icady liu
luoKo the matter to us and wu worn
iililo to c.itry out tho rest or It.
Q, When did you leave Tor 11
Coast, Mr. Tavloi? A About Hid lltli
or April ami letiuned on tho 12th of
May. .lust a mouth.
Matters of Courtesy.'
(J. Wiih It mil something out of tho
onlluary for tho Sheriff to attempt to
cam nut a scheme, such us that In
liapplng Isol, without consulting jou
to Hint plan or action? A. Well, I
don't know about that, of coursn
thlugH of that sort theio Is a great
deal of courtcHy shown, but It was a
matter liu was approached that Is
ucfoidliig to 1hj knowledge wo have
now lie was approached, and already
hud n wltncr-a In Townsond. And I
presume that tho Hlieilff possibly
Knew tho relations' between IkoI and
niyi.i'ir, nud Isol would perhaps think
11 inther Ht range, that is, I being tho
cccuiivo omcei oi ino oep.irtiueoL
iiiul coining In rather sharp contact
with people, or that dlslilct, I am sun)
K I IiikI been hlouglit Into tho miiltcr
ir the purpoiled Inlbeiy Is u fact,
that li.ol would have shied off,
Q. That Ih It oii bud taken nil nc
Hvo part In It? A. Yes. that Is ir. I
had taken mi ucthe part, Isol would
liati hilled off.
(. Hut a conmillutloii between your
I'.elf nud tho Sheiiff ns to tho method
to l.o purioied In detecting n crlnio
could not possibly liao any bud effect,
could It. A. No, no.
(J. Up to Hint tlmo ho had appar
ently placed coullilelico In you, had ho
not? A. Well, I don't hay Hint lip
didn't coutlnuu to place coundeiico in
mo nuy mure.
WAT Qlng Loan.
(). Well up In that tlmo lie bad, bad
h'o mil? A. Well thcro weiu other
matteiH that bo never spoko to mo
about. Q. Ashlu from the borrowing
of llihi $1011 from Isol, have jou any
knowledge, either by KtuleiucntB miiilo
to you by tho Sheiiff or from any other
hourccs, of nuy other bin rows or loans
that thu Sheriff matin through nimii
bets of thu l'ollcu Department or fro ill
ietbons oiilsldu or tho Department?
A, Only one liiHlnnco, Apatta teport
ed that koiiio tlmo last year 'that ho
bad borrowed money lor thu Slicilff
tioiu Wat (ling, manager of thu Wo
l'at I OHtaurunt. That Is nil that lias
been leported tn mo, and iih far as I
know Wat (ilng has an excellent repa
tatlnu amongst tho Chinese,
(. Who Is Vo Fat? A. I don't
know. They call It tho Wo l'at res'
(2. Was n nolo given In that ciiko?
A. That was a nolo I undei stand, nud
(J. When Old Apaiin toll you about
this? A. After Ills dli-clnuge.
Q, Do you know or a man by tho
name or Wo Pat? A. No, except
I Kay Ills restaurant Ih called Wo Put.
it ma) hao been an old llrm ii.imo.
Q. You neCr heaid or a profession-
nl Chilli-no gambler by tho tiamo of
Wu Kill? A. No, not under Hint iiiiino
Pollen Department ..
County Attorney ....
Itond Department ...
Keepers or Parks ...
float! Department, . .
loady spoken about
Q. Have tho Sheriff at any time
asked jou for n loan of $100 or soinc-j
tiling llko Hint? A. No.
Q. Did jou over say Isol offered
llio Sheriff $500? A. Only what the
Sheriff bad told me Hint Isol had
come to hla house with Townseud ns
Inlet ureter and he asked if Iwllel was
to ho ro-opened, and tho gist nf it was
that liu offered lilm $500 to allow him
to luivo tho placo ro-opened and tho
Sheiiff told him he could not listen to
any such proposition, A fuw evenings
nfler that liu catno out wHIi Townseud
again, nud It was then liu thought pos
sibly ho could trap Isol in llio clinrgti
or bribery and suggested $1500 lis tho
proper amount to offer.
Q. Until this time Hint you linvo
been down at tho Pollen Station at tho
bribing or money loaning, liavo you
ever Keen $500, $1500 or any other
amount passed Into thu Sheriff's
hands? A. No.
Q. Then It Ib only a matter of talk
between tho Sheriff mnl yourself? A.
Yes, and what I learned from Town
wnil later I asked Townseud what
Ida connection waa with that Isol mat
ter 'and ho told mo that Isol enmo to
him ami asked lilm to go to tho Sher
iff's house and Interpret for lilm,
which ho did. I think on two occa
lions. Q. So tho whole mailer iih It
stands today don t amount to any
thing? A. Well, that's up " Jon.
(. It that triiu that as ou slated
a llttlo wiittti ago air. iiiiikcu. iiio
Sheriff, does not consult vou at times,
that Ih ho inako up thu caso beforo be
lets you know? A. Ah I recall to
memory this ono caso nf Lionel Hurl
w i o wo wero working on It, mo
Sheriff received Information, which
Hpcclflc Information wiih that Lionel
Hart Iiiul actually been iinvvn there In
tho koroseno oil warehouse. Ho Im
mediately began working on Hint, mil
in that ciiho lit) got Hcovch nud told
him what ho bad learned and Kent
Hooves to bring Hurt in. and ho acted
lit onco without consulting mo or
waiting, liu did not really linvo to
consult nit-. It was not a caso or set
ting mo nsldu. ,
(J. And that was a meru matter ol
dotall that was nndor Investigation?
A. Ah I understand Instead of refer
ring tho matter to mo lio acted him
helf without further consultation.
Q. Hut In other Instances, ns far as
you know, If ho was attempting to in
vcBtlgato any matter ho would cotv
suit either you or some other sub-
ordinate as tn tlni genornl method to
bo pursued, would ho not? A. Well,
I don't know tlioio inuy have been
some liist'iinces that I don't know
iihout. Thcro may huvo boon caseH
which liavo been brought to a certain
point and thern was no need of talk
nbout them. Thoro may liavo been,
you know, cases with homo peculiar
ities attached to them that foil through
and wore dropped altogether and theio
may liavo been others 1 dont Know
about, but Hint Is only presumption on
Q. That Is a mi'iP silimlsp? A.
Yos, a piero kiiiiiiIkh on my patt.
0 An fur as you know whatever
mattcra linvo come up thuro willed In-1
vnlvcd tho detection of ciinio, tho
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TOWING TESTS SUCCEED
Towing tents made dining the trip
of tho Parlflc Klcet from tho Coast to
this place were entirely successful, ae
cording to statements inudu yester
day by staff officers on board the West
Virginia. A fow of tho towllnes part'
cd, but this was owing to friction. A
dynamometer Is attached tn each of
tho lines, to rhow the strain, which Is
nbout 40,000 Kunds under tho cam! I
tloiiB found on this trip.
:t a a t: n it n n it :: n n a tt u
or police force ns to thu plan' to hu
pursued in detecting tho crime, has ho
not? A. Yes. In somo cases lie bus
taken Reeves or Leul or soniu other
members or tho Department. There
were u lot or liquor cases In which
the Sheriff used Liiahlwn, white I Just
had u knowledge of those things g'dng
Q. Now you say in this Ibol bribery
matter Townseud was tho onu who In
formed you? A. As It flnnlly enmo
out Townseud was tho one. although
hu said ho was acting as an Interpret
er for tho Sheriff.
Q. Don't you know Mr. Taylor from
conversations you had with tho Sher
iff and Mr. Townscnd, that the Sheriff
never did tnko Townsrnd Into his con
fidence mnl tell lilm Hint ho wiih lay
ing a trap for Isol for tho purpoto of
catching him In tho attempt of brib
ery? A. I can t answer that tiios-Hon.
(J. Ah a matter of fnct you don't
know whether tho Sheriff took Town
send into his confidence or not? A.
Probably ho did, because Towiu,end In
terpreted at tho (list meeting they
hail, and Interpreted at tho second
meeting, and Towusenil had full
knowledge of what transpired iiiul
also or the Sheriff's suggestion .Hint
Isol come through with $15fln.
Q. 1 do nnl think vou iindcrhtiiml
mo. Tho Sheriff told ou that all these
negotiations wero nierly n Hchcmo on
his part to entrap Isol. You don't
know, iih n mnttcr of fact, that the
Sheriff ever took Townseud Into his
confidence to tho extent of lotting
Townseud know that all these negotia
tions that wero being carried on worn
part of a scheme for entrapping Isol?
A. Well, 1 can't answer Hint I
thought lio understood what was go
Q. Hut ho did not tell you that ha
understood that tho whole thing was
a sclicmo to entrap Isol? A'. No mat
ter what happened, ho would hu a wit
ness ns a Police Officer.
Trapping of Isol?
Q. Did the Sheriff take anybody In
to IiIh confidence, an far ns you know,
In tho IhoI matter beforo Hio matter
or tho note became known to you. to
thu extent or Infoimlng any ono that
these negotiations that wero carried
on wero not ror tho purpose or any
thing, but to entrap Isol? A. I recol
lect n conversation that tho Sheriff
had, tjint hu and Townseud had been
working up this caso against ltol.
Q. Hut you novor did learn Hint
Townscnd know what tho Sheriff's
Kcliemo was, whether It was a schemo
to actually entrap Isol or not, unci
whether Townsond was not tnken in
to tho Sheriff's confidence? A. Town
send told me that Isol mndo 'liu first
offer, hut tho Sheiiff refused, but
that Isol Insisted ou his coming again
and Townscnd told tho Sheriff ho hail
mcroly come along us an lntorprotcr
and that ho was not in any way con
nected with tho Isoi scheme. Q, Hut
getting right down to tho question
for tho pur:
Ah far ns 1
uiver know front tho Sher
iff that Hu negotiations woro merely
Hlieilff Iiiih either consulted jou or details.
;iosu of enlrupplng Isol? A'
know wo Just went over the
WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, Aug. 31, 1908.
The mean temperatures were higher than those of the preceding
week at all stations In the Kohala, Hamakua and Hilo districts of Ha
waii, at all on Oahu, and Molokal, in the Hamakuapoko, KooUu, Kula,
and the central and wettern parts of the Wajluku district of Maul,
and In the Koolau, Pun.i and western portion of the Kona districts of
Kauai; elsewhere they were lower, excepting no change In the Lahalna
district of Maul. The greatest channel ranged from -tl.0" to 2.3'.
The rains were wel' distributed, but generally light, and occurred
excepting at the lower levels of the Ewa and Walanae districts of Oahu,
in the northern portion of the Kau district of Hawaii, and the Kula and
eastern portion of the Wailuku districts of Maul,
The greatest amounts of rainfall occurred In the windward districts
of Maul and the northeastern districts of Hawaii,
The rainfall, In Inches, by districts was: Hawaii Kohala and Hama
kua 0.75 to 1.11, Hilo 1.52 to 2.70, Puna 1.10 to 1.46, Kau 0 00 to 0.72, and
Kona 0.27 to 2 Si; Maul Koolau 4.53 to 4.93, Hamakua'oi 2.00, Hama
kuapoko 1.36, Kula 0.00, Wailuku 0.00 to 0.07, and Lahalna 0.14; Oahu
Koolauloa 0.14, Koolaupoko 0.17 to 0.76, Honolulu, lower levels. 0.03,
Ewa 0.00 to 1.10 and.alanae, tower altitudes, 0.00; Kauai Koolau 0.84,
Puna 0.09 and Kona 6 07 to 0.41, and Molokal 0.10 to 0.45.
At stations having a record of ten or more years the rainfall was
below the weekly ,aver.ige at all stations In the section, excepting an
excess of 0.46 Inch at Ookala, Hawaii.
The deficiencies, In inches, In the ceveral districts were! Hawaii
Kohala 0.07 and 0.08, Hamakua 0.2 to 0.56, Hilo 0.40 to 1.82, Puna 0.23,
Kau 0.74 to 0.02 and Kona 1.59; Oahu 0.13 to 0.63, and Kauai 0.11 to 0.74.
The amount of rainfall for the Week was in excess of the preceding
wesk's on Molokal, in the central portion of the Hilo district of Hawaii,
and generally on the remaining Islands.
The greatest excetees occurred In the windward districts of Maui,
and ranged from 1.59 to 1.92 Inches; and the largest deficiencies in'seat--ttred
districts of Hawaii the greatest being 1.86 Inches.
More rain is greatly needed In t he Hana and Kula districts of Maui, the
Kau district of Hawaii, and at the lower levels on the leeward side of
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group;
Hawaii 73.2' 1.48 Inches.
Maui , 75.6 1.62 Inches.
Oahu 77.6" 0.35 Inch.
Kauai , 76.6' 0.30 inch.
Molokal 76.0" 0.28 Inch.
r-ua I nuy Wat dins Una uu excellent totuo other members of thu detective That Is all, Mr, Taylor.
Entire Group 75.2 1.12 inches.
At the local office of the U. 8. Weather Bureau in Honolulu partly
cloudy weather generally obtained, with measurable rainfall on three
dates amounting to .08 inch, .25 less than the normal for the week, and
.07 more than during the preceding week. The maximum temperature
was 83', minimum 71", and mean 77.3", 1.1' below the normal for the
week, and 0.3' higher than last week's. The prevailing wind on tho
first six days and for the week was NE. and 8. on the 29th; the average
hourly velocity was 8.7 miles. The mean dally relative humidity ranged
from 63;, to 78 , and for the week was 67.6T. The mean daily
barometer was from .02 to .09 Inch above normal, and the mean for
the week, 30.02 Inches, was .04 above normal.
(Note: The figureu following the nanio of station indicate the date
with which the wtck's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII,
Paukca Ranch C!7I rtnln fell on five dales, amounting to ldl
Inches, .12 Inch less than during tho preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohata Mill (27)-The mean temperature was 7.1.8'. Showers oc
curroil on six dateii and amounted to .9! Inih, .! lens than Inst week'n,
nntl .08 below the average. T. II. Llllle. .' Vi
Kohala Mission (2M Thoro worn llvnalr.ys with rainfall, amounting
to 1.07 InchcH, .07 Inch below tho average, and .84 lesh thmi tho pro
vIoub week's. The mean temperature was 72.7". Dr. II. I). Ilondj
Nlulll (27) The mean temperature was 73.8". I tain fell on' six
dates and totaled l.ul Inches, 1.17 less than last Week's, and .07 Inch
below tho average -K. C. Pactovv.
Honokaa (211) ilaln fell on the last slv dates, occurring mostly at
night, and amounted to .75 inch, ,5i! below the average, and 1,05 Inclica
less limn last week's. The mean tetupernturo was 7,3.1".
Paauhau (27)- The mean temperature was 77.K. Showers occurred
dally and totaled 1.03 Inches, .21 Inch below tho average, and .87 less
than tho preceding work's. B. K. Streeler.
Ookala (27) A heavy rain occurred on Hio 22l, and lighter ones
on three Inter dates, totaling 2.H5 Indies. .Hi Inch above the average,
and .99 less Hum last week's. Thu menu temperature was 73.3.
Laupahoehoe (27) -Thu nights wero rainy, tho rninfull for thu week
being 2.54 Inches, CS inch below tho average, and .CO less than during
tho preceding week. 13. W. Ilarnard,
Honohlna (27)SliowerH occurred dally anil totaled 1.32 Inches,
1,82 less than tho average, and .32 Inch moiu than during tho preceding
week. W. Elliot.
Hakalau (27) Tin- mean temperature was 7ii.t. Haiti felt on five
dates nnd nmounteil to 2.18 Inches, .88 Inch less than tho average, and
.17 more than last week's. ,1. Kraser.
Pepeekeo (27)- Haiti n.ccuricd dally and totaled 2.01 Inches, ,8!) Inch
less than thu average, nnd .41 nioro than tho previous week's. Tho
mean tempcratuio was 72.8", A, Sllva.
Papaikou (27)- Showers norm ret! dally heavy on tho 'Jfith mnl
amounted to 2.7" Indies, 1,53 less than during the preceding weck,-
Hllo (27) The menu tenipcrattiro was 71.1. Ilaln fell on six ttatoH
nn4 totaled 2.52 inches, 40 Inch boldw the average, and .17 Iosh than
last week's. 1, (' Ljinan.
Ponahawal (27) Italiis occurred on six dales, anuimtlug to 2,67
Indies, .57 Inch less than during thu preceding v.cek Tho mean tem
pera turo was 72 5 J. B. Oamallelsoii.
Kapoho (27) Hrlsk NE. winds prevailed, with ,i mean tcmpernlura '
of 71.4, and dally rains amounting to 1.10 Inches, .2.1 Inch below the
average, nntl ,05 lehs titan last week's. II, J. Lyman,
Kaueleau (2fi) Tho mean temperature was 70.0. Ilaln fell on tho
last six dates and totaled 1.10 Inches, 1.80 less than during tho prece
ding week.r-K. L. Webster.
Pahala (2(i) Tlieie was no rainfall, a deficiency of .92 Inch for tho
week, nnd .11 less than tho previous week's, Tho mean temperature
was 73.4". Hnvv Agile. Co.
Naalehu (20) Tliero was but .25 Inch of rainfall during tho week
on tho 22d .71 less than tho nvorago. Ilaln Is greatly needed.
Kau (20) Strong "trades" provulled the latter part of tho week.
The mean temperature was 07.0. Italu fell on four dates and totaled
.72 Inch. .00 less than during the preceding vveuk. W. H. Ilnyselden. '
Kealakekua (271 Until fell on three dates and umotmteil Hi' ,2.51
inclieB, of which 2.M fell on tho 27lh. It. Wallace. ' J ",
Kealakekua (20) Tho mean teinperatmo wan 71.0. There vvero
three days Willi rainfall, totaling .27 Inch, 1.59 Inches below the
tlveittso, mid 1.30 less than the previous week's. Hov, S, U, Davis,-
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ISLAND OP MAUI.
Huelo (27) The mean tetiiper.itutn was 71.8 K.ilu occuricd dally
heavy on (lie '-Mill -nnd ninniui'p.i to I r:f Indie. I Mi more than tim
ing tin' preceding week .1 I,. I-Vrrdrn
Nahlku (27) ItultiM occuried ,1-illy- heavy on the 21th and 27th
"wnil totaled 1.93 Indies. l,!o more Hi a U.;i wc-K's. Tho nieui tem
perature was 71.fi. C. O. Jacobs.
1 Haiku (27) I.'glit trade winds ptevtilleil. with mi im-rnge of partly
cloudy weather, and rainfall on five dateii nnioiiutlug to 2,00 IncheH,
1.57 more thnn the previous week's. Tho iiitmi li'inpernturu" was
7.1.8". I). D. Ilnldwlu.
Peahl (27) llnlna occurred on the Inst live dates hclvy on tho
21th and totaled .1.21 Inches, l.2 moro Ulan during thu preceding
week. II. drove-!.
Hana (24) The mean temperalitio wa.t 77.5. Italn fell on Hiren
datcH and amounted to 1.30 Inches. .80 Inch less than last week's.
More rain Ih greatly needed. O. O. Coopt r.
Klhel (25) There was no rainfall, .00 less than dm lug tho ptere
ding' week. Tim menu temperature wai 70.2".- M. .1. Mourn.
Puunene (27) The mean lomporatiiio was 70.5. Itnlnlcsu weather
continued. W. Se.irby.
Kahulul (28) Warm, cl-.tr and rainless weather (ontlniicd. Tho
mean tciiiier,itiirta was 78.2. -.1. A. Ilatlle.
Wailuku (27) (ieneiallj clear weather picvllcd. with .07 Inch or
rainfall on the 2 Hit, that amount more tlrin hud week'n and traces
on tho liut tlneo dates. Tho mean teiupeiaturo was 77.0". Hro. f'rnnk.
Kaanapali (27) Strong NE. winds, cloudy nnd sunnily weather ob
tained tut the last five dates, with night rains on two diiten niiioiintlng
In .11 Inch, .11 more than IukI week's. W. Habit.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (28) Warm sunny days obtained, with showcrB on four
nights amounting tn .14 Inch, .12 below the average, nud .01 lebs than
last wcek'o. Tho mean tcmpeinlure was 70.2". 11. T. Chrlstophcrscu.
Hauula (28)- Strong HE, vvlndi prevailed, with hhovveiH on six dates
amounting to .58 Inch, .35 more than dining the preceding week. Tho
mean temperature was SO.O'. Mrs E, W. liny.
Maunawill Ranch (28) Tho mean lempcratitro wan 75.1. Thciu
vvete five days with rain, totaling .70 Inch, .03 below the average, and
.30 leba than last week's. .1. I lord.
Walmanalo (28) Showers occurred on throe dates and amounted to
.17 Inch, .21 less than Hie nveulge, am! .12 more than tho previous
week's. The mean tempcrntiuo waa 78 8. A. Initio.
Wainwa (2'J) Tho menu temperature wnti 75.1, and the lalnfall .34
Inch, that amount moro Ihaii last week's. At the ditch there was 1.10
Inches ol rainfall, .95 Inch less Hum dm lug tho preceding week.
Ewa (29) Cleat- to patlly cloudy weather obtained, with southerly
winds on the 29tli, There wiih no rainfall, no change from last week,
and .13 Inch below tho average. The mean temperature was 77.1.
Walanae (28) Thctc was no rainfall, no cliuugn from tho pruvlous
week, nnd ,28 Inch below the weekly nvonigc. Tito mean temperature
wan 79.8. K. Meyer.
ISLAND Or KAUAI.
Kllauea (28) Variable winds nud partly cloudy weather obtained,
with .81 Inch of rainfall, .20 lens than tho average, and .01 moro than
last week's. The mean temperature wnn'7fi,2. L. II. llorelkn.
Kealia (28) Tito mean temperntiiro wiih 77.1. Showers occurred
on two dales and amounted In .09 Inch, .07 loss than during the pre
ceding week. Malice Sugar Co.
Koloa (28) Wnrni weather continued, with light UtonerH on blx
dates amounting to tl Inrh, ,21 iimru Mian last week's, mid .71 Inch be
low llio average. Thu mean teniperaturo wiih 70.0".
Elcele (28) There lias been but little ehutigo In woatTier condllloni
for Mime lime wait. Haiti l"ll t-t !1it dutcj am! timoutiled to .10 Inch.
Makaweli (28) The moan temperature wns'78.2", Ou thu 22d theio
wan .07 Inrh of rainfall, .11 less than thu averago, and .05 more than
tho previous week's. Haw. Sugnr Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAL
Mapulehu (28) Partly cloudy weather obtained, wiih idiowers on
four dates iituouiitliig to .15 Inch, ,25 more 11 i ilk last week's 1 lit? mean
teniperaturo wiih 7fi.fi". f!. c, Couradt.
Molokal Ranch (28) Tho mean teiupiiraliro w-.ih 7.1.0 n Tluro was
rain on Hirco dates, amounting to in inch, (lint amount ) limn dur
ing llio preceding week. (I, P. Cooke.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPIN0 AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.