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Forcegrowth performs wonders but in a simple, natural way. It enriches the soil by supplying
the special qualities in which it is lacking. All plant life is revitalized within a few5 days, and pale,
sickly vegetation revives and grows luxuriantly.
Does Wonders for the Pern House
WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU. March 29, 1903.
Cool, very windy weather preva led thruout tnc entire section, attend
ed with irnch lets rainfall than during the preceding week.
The mean temperaturei were lower than thoce of last week, 1.1 to
3.0 In the couthern portion of the Koolau district of Maul, In the Ko-
h.ila, Hamakua. Kona and western portion of the Puna districts of
Hawaii, nd the Honolulu district of Oahu: and slightly lower on Mo-
lokal. In the southern portion of the IH I to and eastern portion of the
Puna districts of Hawaii, and In the Ewa district of Oahu. Elsewhere
they were higher the greatest excesses ranging from 1.2 to 2.2 , and
j occurring In the Koolau Mid Puna districts of Kauai, the eastern por-
tlon of the Walluku district of Maul, and the southern portion of the
, K.iu district of Hawaii.
j The rainfall was above the weekly average of ten or more years In
j the Kohala and Kona and the southern portion of the Hllo district of
I, Hawaii (no reports received from the central and northern portions);
I, the Hamakualoa district of Maul, and the Honolulu district of Oahu.
Elsewhere the weekly rainfall was below the average. Following are
the departures from the average In Inches: Hawaii Kohala hO.07 to
I -11.03, Hamakua 0.49 to 0.75, southern Hllo 2.25 to 4.17, Puna
1.63, Kau 0 88 to 1.24, and Kona 1.09J Maul Hamakualoa 40.46,
and Walluku and Lahaina 0.21 to 0.29; Oahu Ewa, Walanae and
J Koolauloa 0.50 to 0.59. Koolaupoko 1.42 to 1.51, and Honolulu
"N0.06 and i0.07; and Kauai Koolau 1.71, Kona 1.36, and Walmea
' The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the southern
J0portion of the Hllo district of Hawaii, and ranged from 5.73 to 7.92
''inches. Following are the amounts, in Inches, in the remaining dis
tricts of the section: Hawaii Kohala 1.47 to 2.36, Hamakua 1.52 to
. 1J87, Puna 0.85 to 2.33, Kau 0.C0 to 0.83, and Kona 0.13 to 2.02J Maul
Hamakualoa and Hamakuapoko 2.52 to 2.58, Hana 0.59, and Walluku
, and Lahaina trace to 0.10, Oahu Koolauloa 0.37 to 0.59, Koolaupoko
0.15 to 0.49, Honolulu 0.C3 to 2.18, Ewa 0.12. and Waianae 0.00; Kauai
Puna and Koolau 0.25 to 0.46, Kona 1.31, and Walmea 0.18 to 0.54; and
. Molokal 1.01.
.Hit There was less rainfall than during the preceding week generally
in over the section the deficiencies being especially marked In the Koo
lau and Hana districts of Maul, In the windward districts of Oahu, and
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature anil
. rainfall for tho principal Islands and
. Entire Group 69.0 1.44 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S, Weather Bureau in Honolulu partly
cloudy and cloudy weather obtained, with traces of rain on two and
7, measurable rain on five dates, totaling 0.63 Inch, 0.07 above the weekly
normal, and 0.32 more than diirlng the preceding week. The maximum
, temperature was 78 , minimum 62 and mean 69.6", 1.4 below the
,0normal, and 1.2 lower than last week's. The mean dally relative
i humidity ranged from 62 to 72 , and the mean for ,the week Was
G5.6.'. Easterly winds prevailed on the 24th, and NEIy. on the remain-
Ing dates and for the week, with the high average hourly velocity of
j, 12.3 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from 30.14 to 30.21
Inches, and the mean for the week, 30.19, was 0.18 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nolo: Tho figures following the nnmo of station Indicate tho Onto
flitli which tho week's report closed.)'
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (2.'.) Itnln fell on six date"., njnouiitlng t 1.17 Inches,
.2(i Inch lei's Hum during the preceding week. A. Mukoii.
Kohala Mill (2.1) The ine.ui temperature wiih M.V, mid the rainfall,
,. which occurred dully. 2.0(5 Inches. ,D8 Inch more tluin tho ueniKe, iiml
r .Ul less than tho previous week's. T. If, l.lllle.
Kohala Mission (2fl) Showers occurred on six diites and totaled
1.08 Inches. .fiS Inch more than last week's, and .07 nlmvo the nuirugo.
The mean lemperatuie was G0.5. Dr. 11. I) llond.
Nlulll (23) Tim mean temperature was 118.1 . Itulns occurred dally
mid nnioimtcd to 2.3tl Inches 1.03 more than the average, and .38 Inch
less than during the piccedlng week. R C. r.ietow.
" Honokaa (24j Showers occuneil dally and totnleil 1.87 Inches, l.Ii
'h,l"KH than the previous week's, mid .49 Inch below tho average. Tho
mean temperature was G8 2". 1'. V. Kmulsen.
Paauhau (231 Tho mean tumporntiiro was fiS.O". and tho rainfall,
which occurred-dnlly. 1.32 Inches, .73 Inch less (nun the average, and
WW .01 more than last week's. I,. Wilson.
Ppalkou (25) Iluln fell dally, heavily on the first three dates, nnd
iiuioimtPd to 6 43 Inches. 1.17 woro thnn tho morugo, and 0.4U less than
during the preceding week. .1. T. Molr.
',! Hllo (23) The mean temperature was C7.C. Itulns occurred 'on
the first threo dales nnd showers on the remaining days, totaling 5.73
v. Inchon, 2.23 moie than tho average, mid 3.58 less than last week's. U
Ponahawal (25) Ilalns occurred dally, amounting to 7.92 Inches,
1,37 loss thnn during Ylm tiirtcodlng' week, The mean Icniperaluro
was (!3.1. J, V.. Uaniiiltolsnn. "" '. V
Kapoho (23) Showers occurred dally and totaled .83 nrl, 1.13
Inrhos less thnn during last week, unit 1.03 below thu uveriigo. Tim
Menu temperature was 70.2''. II, J. Lyman.
: Kaueleau (21) The mean temperatiiio was 04.8". Hhowers occurred
.. dally and totaled 2.39 Inches, 8 28 less than during tho preceding week,
. I.. I'. Turner.
'" Pahala (21) There was no rainfall, 4 03 Inches less than last week's,
"; nnd 1.21 below tho n vertigo. Tho moan temperature was C8.2. Haw.
!! Naalehu (21) Thero was hut one day with rain, tho fall amounting
, In ,35 Inch .88 below tho average, nnd 3.11 Inches less than thu plu
vious weens. u ii. vt lino.
Kau (2"ll fitcad.v NR. winds nbtulned very stormy liming last
three days Haln fell on llireo dates and amounted to .83 Inch, 2.1!)
Inches less than last week's. V. II. Hnyaelden,
Kealakekua (25) Showers occurred on live d.ites and mummied'
lr .lit Inch. .77 less than dining the preceding week It. Wallace,
Kealakekua CM) -The mean temperature was CCS. Haln full on
11)0 dales and (otnlod 2-02 Inches, 1.01) ahoio tho overage, mid l.W
woro tliuu last week's. ltcv. S. II, Davis.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.
Office Brewer Bid. Phone 272. Factory at Iwilei
for the Group:
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (23) The mean temperature was CC.0. Showers occurred
dally ami totaled 2.52 Inches, 5.0S less than during tho preceding week.
J. I. Terrlern.
NahikU (24) Showers occurred dally nnd amounted to 2.58 Inches,
17.57 less than during the previous week, Tho mean temperature was
01.1 '. C. O. Jacobs.
Haiku (23) Strong trade winds prevailed, with much cloudy, cool
weather, and dally rainfall amounting to 2.50 Inches, 2.09 less than
last week's, nnd .10 Inch mom thnn tho average. Tho moan tempera
ture was 07 P. 1). I). Ilaldwln.
Hana (22) Tho mean teuipcrnturo was 69.0. Showers occurred'on
five dales and totaled .5!) Inch, 20.90 Inches less than during the pre
ceding week. (1. ). Cooper
Kahulul (20) There was hut n traco of rainfall, 1.21 Inches less
than the previous week's, and .21 Inch below tho average. Tho moan
temporal urn was 70.0. J. A. tlnttle.
Walluku (25) The mean temperature wns 70.5. Showers occurred
on the 21th the rainfall amounting to .07 inch, 2.81 Inches less than
during the preceding week. Ilro. Frank.
Kaanapall (25) .MeiiKiirablo rain fell on tho 25th and amounted to
.10 Inch .2!) below tho n crime, and 2.00 Inches less than last week's.
Tho mean tetnieratuto wns 72.2". W. ltohli.
ISLAND OF OAHU,.
Kahuku (20) Cool, cloudy weather continued, with n mean tempera-..
tutu of 08.8, nnd dally showers totaling .37 Inch, .59 below tho aver
r.ge, mid 10.37 Inches less thnn during last week. It. T. Christopher
sen. ' i
Hauula (20) Showets occurred dally nnd totnlcd .59 Inch, 9.95
Inches less than during tho preceding week", Tho mean temperature
was 72.P. Mis. I". W. Hay.
Maunawlll Ranch (2fi) Tho menn tenipcratitro wns 09.3. Showers
occurred on tho last live dates mid amounted to .19 Inch, 1.51 Inches
below the average, and 1.90 less than last week's. J. Herd.
Walmanalo (20) Showers occurred on the Inst two dales nnd
nni'iuuted to .15 Inch, 1,07 Inches less than tho previous week's, and
1.12 below tho average. The moan temperature was 72.2. A. Irvine.
Manoa (20) Theie wcru dally rains, which totaled 2.18 Inches, .00
Inch ahovo tho nverago, ami .07 moro (linn during tho preceding week.
I'. N. l'nrker
Ewa (27) The mean temperature was 71.4. Measurnhlo rnln fell
on two dates, amounting to .12 Inch, ,50 below tho average, nnd 1.07
Inches less than lust week's. The mean temperature wns 71.4'. It.
Walanae (20) Tho mean temperature was 73.0. Thero was no
rainfall, 1.10 Inches less than tho previous week's, mid .51 Inch below
the average. K. Mojer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (20) Tho mean temperature, was 70.1. Showery weather
pievalled, tho rnliifnU amounting to .40 Inch, 1.71 bejow (ho average,
and 8.92 less than Inst week's. 1 II. llorelkn.
Kealla (20) Showers occurred on threo dates and amounted to .23
Inch, 8.00 Inches less than the previous week's. Tho mean temperature
was 71.8. Mukeo Sugar Co,
. Llhue (20) The mean temperature wns 70.2. Showers occurred on
blx dates and totaled .13 Inch, U.U8 Inches less than during tho preceding
week. II. i Smylhe .
Koloa (20) Showery weather crmllniicd, tho rainfall amounting (o
1.31 Inches, 8.G3 less than last week's, and 1.30 below thu average. Tho
mean temperature was 09.0". Tho Koloa Sugar Co,
Eleele (2G) Cool weather obtained, with Hhowcrs on flvo dates,
nmountlng to .54 Inch, 8.01 Inches less than during tho preceding week.
Mcllrydo Sugnr Co.
Makawell (20) Tho menu teuipcrnturo wns 71.2. Mcnsurablo rain
fell on three dates mid amounted to .IS Inch, .93 less than tho uvetugo.
Haw. Sugar Co.
I8LAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (20) The mean temperature wns C9.3', and tho
rainfall which occuried on six dates 1.01 Inches, .19 less than dur
ing last week. C. C, Courndt.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
III) TOJi ASYLUM
The members or tho House o( Itep
rcseututtves wero taKfii yesterday af
ternoon to visit tho Queen's Hospital
and tho Insane Asylum. Most at tha
tlmo was put In in tho latter Insti
tution, which, lllvo tho hospltnl, wns
found to ho In Rood shape. The mat
ter of the number of Riiurds neces-
snry was especially looked Into, It
Loins Btnted that tho present foico
has to work 12-hour shifts and,tul;o
care of 212 patients. '
Much Interest In tho visit was
shown by ninny of tho Insane, sovor
ul of whom told at length of how
unjustly thoy aio'tnnllued.
One old man walked up to u cer
tain Representative, loolted him over
carefully for a minute, then asked,
"Are you a member of tho Legisla
ture?" "I nm," replied the statesman,
proudly, throwing out his chest.
'My (lodi" said tho crazy man as
ho turned nway to another. "How
often do they let you ko on exhibi
tion?" he nsked of tho second legis
lator. The Representative turned
JrjrfT- BUULtTIN A08 PAY -TpfJ
SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 3, 1009.
30Rounds of Boxing
C0RREA, of Honolulu, vs. HEN
LEY, of Fort Shafter; 4 rounds at
RICHARDSON, of Camp Very, vs
PLATT, oFFort Shafterj 4 rounds
JACKSON, of Honolulu, vs. SAR-
C0NI, of Camp Very;' 4 rounds at
STANLEY, of Honolulu, vs. HUM
PHRISS, of Camp Very; 4 rounds at
130 pounds. ,
WAHILANI, of Honolulu, vs.
MARL0W, of 5th Cavalry; 6 rounds
at 135 pounds.
NELSON, of Camp Very,
The Fighting; Dane
SILVA, of Honolulu
The Punchbowl Demon
" 8 ROUNDS AT 100 POUNDS.
. Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick Bros,
cijjar store, corner Hotel and Fort
Admission, 25 cents; Reserved
Scats, 50c, 75c, nnd $1.00; Ring
In 25, 50 and 100 Lb. Sachs at
E. 0. HALL & S0NS,LTD.
Fort and King Streets, Honolulu
A LONG THIN MAN
AND LARGEST JOB
Kaniho Pays Respects
To Adjutant General
Of N. G. H.
LICENSE INSPECTORS ARE
CAUSE OF EXPERIENCE TALES
General Opinion Is That There Is
Mot Much Need for Them
Queen's Hospital Now
Up To Discuss '
Thirty-Fourth Day Afternoon Session.
Tho lout,', thin man who Is lookim;
for n large, fnt Job was tho subject of
u discourse yesterday afternoon by thu
Honorable Mr. Kaniho, otherwise
known as tho Cannon Hull of Kohala.
Tho long, thin man Is Col. Jones and
tho large, fnt job Is that of Adjutant
Genurul of tho National Ouard of Ha
waii, to which tho Governor, In his
budget, proposes to attach a proper
salary of $225 per,
Tho Kohala stutcsmnn was In flno
form and olco and ho broko all his
own previous records for tho present
session and nearly approached his fam
ous siieech of two years ago when ho
wanted to Ilro tho Territorial Bacter
iologist becuuso that official had failed
to come down to Kohala and pick tho
bugs off tho Honorable Mr. Kunlho's
Kaniho had ovldently been waiting
for some tlmo for tils chance. It camu
when tho House, In Commlttco of tho
Whole, took up tho Appropriation bill
and started in at tho beginning ones
moro to pass on those Item's which
hud been deferred tho first tlmo tho
bill wns gono through. Tho salary for
tho Adjutant General, placed In tho
hill at $225 a month, was tho first mat
ter tukon up.
"1 move to make this $150 Instead of
$225," said Kaniho, springing to his
feet. "I have said and I still say that
If war comes, this man will bo found
hiding In tho glue bushes. I at first
Intended to movo to cut tho item out
entirely, but as wo hnvo passed two
mllltln bills 1 hnvo conoludcd that It
you want a man who will run and hide
lu tho glue bushes, $175 a month will
bo enough for him.
"Yew huvo nil seon my soldiers nnd
my big guns out at Diamond Heud, big
guns that will shoot anywhero, What
good Is the Adjutant General compared
wjth these guns? It's useless to spend
Tenltorlal money paying this long,
thin person $225 trying to futtcn him.
It's u wonder he hasn't got fat before
"Some of you mny think this Is a
Joke, but Tin going to Btand my
ground, I'm not In favor of wasting
tho public monoy by paying It to peo
ple who Just hang around for what
thoy can get nnd who do nothing olso."
. Coney thought Kanlho'g logic un
sound, A $175 Adjutant General would
be more liable to hide In the glue
bushes than a $225 man. "Besides,"
he said, "I don't want Uncle Sam to
como here to protect me, I want to
protect myself and I want my children
to protect themselves, We must hnvo
a good National Ouard. I movo tho
Item pass as in tho bill or docs not
pass nt all."
Affonsn moved lo spill tho dllferenrn
and mnko It $200 for Jones.
Kamnhii objected that by the p;iss
rK to'salaZ'rheTalrea l
Ten Cigars For Jones.
Kaniho couldn't get over It. Ho
hnd to talk again. Ho Insisted that
Jones wns not worth moro than $150
at tho most, as all he would do would
bo to run and hldo. Besides, some of
the United States officers don't get as
big pay as It Is proposed to pay Jones.
Ho thought that $13 a month would b
more Jones' sire, nnyway. H'fl flno
economy, anywny, to pay this thin per
son a fat salary. "I norlously think
that It would ho about tho right thing
to pay him about ten cigars a month."
Soma kind unknown friend had dis
interestedly sent Rice a copy of a Na
tional Guard magazine, from which ho
rend n statement that tho Adjutant
General of Colorado gpts$200 a month.
Coney called attention to the fact
that Hawaii Is a moro Important sta
tion than Colorado. Besides, tho Ad
jutant General has more to do than
put on a uniform and get out to drill
his men. He has to keep books and
do lots of clerical work.
Tho Item Anally passed at $200, $75
less than In tho bill.
Tho Items of $75 for clerk nnd as
sistant nml S49 for'lnnltor nnd nrmorer
passed, also tho Item of $12,000 for cx-T
penscs, making a total of $10,500,
Queen's Hospital Get $24,000.
Tho fight against any appropriation
for tho Queen's hospital was renewed
when Shlnglo called that Hem up and
moved Its passage. Coney, ,as chair
man of tho Health and I'ollco Com
mittee, favored tho $24,000 appropria
tion. Illcc, however, was dead
against. Ho could not sco how tho
Oahu contingent could huvo tho ncno
to ask tho other counties to support an
Institution nearly all tho benefits of
which aro for Oahu. "Wo want to holp
Honolulu all wo can," ho said, "but I
believe each county should look after
Its own hospital. It wo aro going to
carry out our plan of turning over
moro power to tho counties, I think we
should ho consistent In it. If wo aro
not, I don't think wo'd hotter turn over
anything moro to tho counties."
Shlnglo took tho view that if tho
Queen's Hospital wero self-supporting,
it would bo a dlffcront proposition, but
even with tho Territorial appropriation
tho hospital fed behind IGU0O or $70U0
In two years. "I appeal to you Ha
wnilans," ho said, "to sco that this In
stitutlon, which was, endowed 'by
Queen Km ma, bo not allowed to suf
fer." This appeal proved 'effective. Tho
item passed. r
Shingle then moved that tho oppro
prlatlons for tho I.enhl Home, Kuplo
lant Maternity Homo, Hllo Ilospltal,
Multitanl Hospital. Maul and repairs
for tho luttor, bo stricken out, Thoy
wero stricken, thus reducing the total
from $68,200 to $24,000,
Tho bill was read through again
Hem by Hem. Correa moved to re.
consider tho Item of $9000 far exponses
of tho Attorney General's Department
Carried. Correa moved to make tho
Item $11,400 as orlgluully Jn tho hill
This cnrrlod, making tho total for tho
Undor the head of Treasury Depart
mont, Sheldon moved to strlko out the
$12,000 Item for liquor law, which In-
eludes tho expenses of Llcenso Inspect
nrs. Shingle agreed that the counties
ought to handle this business', but soldo
provision for tho Llcenso Board iihould
be made. Ho moved to cut the Hunt lo
Castto couldn't soo how the counties
could bo expected to pay tho expenses
or llcenso Inspectors appointed by Ter
ritorial Llcenso Commissioners. As to
halng llcenso Inspectors appointed by
the counties, such n rourso would bn
disastrous, for an Inspector must ho a
person of some intelligence. If the lnw(H0N0LULU; PHONE 310,
SMll Of BtHHlty IS 8 idj FOfeVBr
ty. T. FELIX fiOUMBFS MIENTAL
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raiT. tfaPUKS, rra. 87 6nri Jews Stmt. ewTo-i
Is to bo upheld, Us opcrntlon must ho
kept out of politics. H would bo n ser
Ioub mlstako not to appropriate for the
expenses of tho Inspectors, for It would
bo In ,a way amending tho liquor law.
Ho moved tho Item pass ns In tho hill.
"What nro SlHTlffs for?" demanded
Sheldon. "Who's to know bottor than
tho Shcrlrf about tho men fitted to bu
Inspectors? If ho doesn't he's not lit
to bo Sheriff. )
Shlnglo called on Coney for his
ideas, us Coney has been both Sheriff
Bnd, Llcenso Inspector. Conoy said
that under tho present law thero Is al
ways a conflict between tho Sheriff and
tho llcenso Inspectors. Ho thought It
would bo n good thing to cut tho Hem
out. Tho Shorlff Is tho proper man 1 1
toport on licenses nnd It's a wnsto
of money to pay n llcenso inspector
especially on Kauai.
Castro said that it mny bu that llc
enso Inspectors 'nro not wanted on
Kauai, So fnr as ho wns concerned, If
ho wcru llcenso commissioner ho would
not accept an Inspector appointed by
On HawaU, ho said, ho had known
of captains of police patronizing blind
pigs, yot thoy failed to make any ar
rests. Political favor might have
sonieihing to do with It.
Shlnglo said tho question simmered
down to whether or not tho Houso Ii.mI
confldenca In tho various Sheriffs. Ho
wanted to know what Maul thought of
Nnwahlno 'spoko for Maul. Ho wild
that thero Is un open blind pig running
In .Walluku near a church, Thu Slieiift
icpprtod thls'to tho Inspector, but lie
lattor did nothing. So ho thought thu
business ought to bo turned over to
Kamnhu was of tho opinion that Iho
conditions reported by tho Hep escu
tatlvcs as existing In tho varimui Is
lands, tho Commissioners ought lo ho
ashnmed of themselves. But he knev
Inspector Fcnncll of Honolulu to bp a
hard-working official who has madu
many arrests nnd lnrgo rovonuo Iris
been derived from tho fines Imposed.
Correa played n mean trick on Ka
mnhu, He askod tho latter to give hi in
Just ono mlnuto to ask a question, Kn
mahit, who had tho floor, accedded-r
ad Correa moved tho Committee rijo
Wl report progress And whllo Kn
malm wns still gasping with astonish
ment ovor Corroa's audacity, tho Com
mlttcooted to rlso, J
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