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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Nov. 29, 1909.
The rainfall was very light throughout the 8ectlon, and alt stations
having a record. of ten years or more report a deficiency In the average
weekly amount, and as a rule the deficiency was marked. The amount
cf average weekly rainfall on the Island of Hawaii was the least In
years, while on .the Island of OahU It was the smallest since the summer
The following ore the departures from the average of-ten or mor
years, In Inches. In the different districts of the several Islands all
deficiencies: HAWAII North Kohala 0.S8 to 1.17, Hamakua 1.53,
North Hllo 2.91 to 3.09, South Hllo 2.69 to 4.39, Kau, and Puna 1.40 to
1.47, and North Kona 1.02; MAUI Makawao 0.89, and Lahalna 0.47;
OAHU Koolauloa 0.87, koolaupofco 1.32 "to 1.59, Honolulu 1.17, Ewa
C.70, and Walanae 0.C5; KAUAJ Kayvalhau 0.65, Koloa 1.14, and Wat.
The following are the total amounts, In Inches, for the week In the
several districts: HAWAII North Kohala 0.04 to 0.59, Hamakua 0.00,
North Hllo 0.17, South Hllo 0.08 to Q.36, Puna 0.48, Kau 0.04, South
Kona 0.00, and North Kona 0.02; MAUI Makawao 0.69 to' 1.17, Hana
0.04, and Walluku, and Lahalna 000 one station In the Hana district
reporting the lightest rainfall In years;vOAHU Koolauloa 0.10, Koo
laupoko 0.07 to 0.17, Honolulu trace, and Ewa,. and Walanae 0.00;
KAUAI Llftue, and Kawalhau 0.1) to 0.15. Koloa 0.09 to 0,34, and Wat
mea 0.04; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.37.
Mean temperatures markedly higher than those of the preceding
week were reported from the windward side of Oahu, the Kawalhau
and Llhue districts of Kauai, the Molpkal district of Molokal, In the
Makawao, 'Hana and Wallultu districts, of M"l and-ln portons of the
Hamakua district of Hawaii. The only deficiency exceeding 1.0 was
leported from the Kau district of Hawaii.
The following table shows the weekly averages or temperature ana
ralnfalrfor the principal Islands and for the Group:
0 26 Inch.
N 0.37 Inch.
ponanawai izj -rcceiveu two i.u m n- unw , tMit.ii..,.j . ,.,..
ages.) Showers occurred on two dates und amounted to .20 Inch, .48
lens llinn dining the preceding week. The mean temperature wus 09.2.
"" - iBisfflT ftsyy' 7""" ' ' i - -1
.87 loss than Hie nvonmo.-ll. T. Chilslopl.oison. . JlfeW mthcrj. loo, lo note that
. . ... a ' ... !....- ...... 1 lit. ft..... I- I ..V. ... a.. n At ! llf.ltlllttf
Entire Group 72.9 0.17 Inch.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Honolulu
clear weather, apd light smoke In the early morning, generally ob.
talned, with traces of rainfall on three dates, 1.17 Inches jbelow the
weely normal, and 0.01 Inch less than last week's. The maximum tern,
pcrature was 81 minimum 66, and mean 74.5', 1.6, higher than the
normal, and 0.9" above that of the preceding week. The mean ,dally
relative humidity varied from 60 to 72, and the mean for the week
was 66.6. Northeast winds prevailed on four days, and, east, on the
remaining, with an average hourly1 veloclty,.of 6.7, .miles.. The mean
dally barometer ranged from 30.00 to 30.10 Inches, and the mean for
the week. 30.05, was 0.09 Inch above the normal.
REMARK8 BY CORRE8PONDENT8.
(Note: The llgures following the name of station Indicate the
date with which the week's report clcced.),
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Kohala Mission (2fi) The mean tumperature wait 71.0. Showeis
occurred on two dales nnd amounted to .59 Inch. .58 below the nver
nge. nnd 1.3H Inches less than last weok's.t-Dr, B. D. Iiond.
Kohala Mill (211 There were two days'wltli rainfall, which amount
ed lo .12 Inch 1.17 IiicIich below the. average nnd 1.77 less than the
picccdlng week's. Tho mean temperature was 73 O'.--T.. II. I.llllo.
Nlulll 1251 The menu temperature wan 72 2. nnd tho. rainfall
..which went i iM on tho 23rd .04 Inch 1,02 lnclu.M below tho average,
iiml 1.DD lorn than Inst week's. K. O. Pnotow.
Kukulhaele (25) There wan no rainfall 2.07 Inches loss than during
tho picccdlng week. Tho mean leiupcratuio was 72 8'. II. T. liar-
Honokaa (21) Tho mean temperature was 73 0., and there was no
inlnfull. 1.51 Inches below the, average, and .2.0(1 less than l.int week'B.
I'. V, Kniidscu.
Laupahoehoe (25) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted
to .17 hull. 2.81 Inches below the average, and 2.53 less ttuui.durlng
the preceding week. K. W. Ilarnard. '
Honohina (25) Showers occurred on two dates and totaled .17 Inch,
.LOU Inches liulow Jhe average, and Lyl lesa than dnrtng tho previous
week Wm. M. Krnscr. .....
Hakalau (25) Tho mean temperature was 71.9, and tho rnlnrnll
en tho 25th .08 Inch, .CC less than last week's, and 3.2!) Inches below -the
average. J. Kroner.
Pepeekeo (25) Showers occurred on the last two dates mid amount
ed to .IK Inch 2.C.I Inches helqw thu average, and 1.43 less than the
preceding week's. Tho mean temperature was 73.8 Pepeekeo Sugar
Papalkou (25) Haln fell on the last three dates und totaled .3G
li.ih, .78 less than during the previous woek, ami 4.39 Inches below the
average. John T. Molr.
Hllo (25) Showers occurred on the last thrco dates nnd amounted
to .21 Inch .55 less than during the preceding week, und 2.97 Inches
below the average I., C. Lyman.
Ponahawai (2j received too late to Pe used in summary or nver-
I K n.inKillelson.
Kapoho (23) Tho mean tempcratiiru was 71.2, mid the rainfall
which occuneil on live dates .48 Inch, .US lebs than limt week's, and
1 4" Inches below the average. H. J. I.) man.
Pahala (21) Tlieile was .04 Inch of rainfall on the 19th. .10 lest
thin tho previous week's, and 1.40 Inches below the average. The
iiiean tempcrutiiro was 69.6 Hawaiian Agricultural Co. .
Kealakekua (23) There was no rainfall. Hoburt Wallace.
Kealakekua (21) The mean tetnperaturo was 73.0'. Thcio was
.02 Inch of rainfall on thu 20th. .03 loss than last week'B, and 1.03
inches below the average. Rev.' Sam'l. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (25) Light "trades" prevailed, with much clear. Bunny weath
er. And night rainfall on two dates amounting to .09 Inch. .90 less
than last week's, nnd .89 below. the average. The mean temperature,
was 72,8". D. D. Baldwin.
Huelo (25) Tho mean temperature was i!9.n". and tho rainfall
vhlch occurred on the last three dales 1.07 Inches. 1.03 less than
during the pieccdlng week. J. L. Kerrelra.
Nahlku (24) The rainfall which occurred on three dates was .04
Inch 3.45 Inches less than tho preceding week's and tho smallest
weekly amount recorded In sovcrnl years. Tho mean temperature was
C7.C", C. O, Jacobs.
Hana (22 for nix day's) The mean temperature was 77.0". There
was .04 Inch of rainfall on the 18th, 1.27 Inches less than during
thu piecedlng week. fleo. O. Cooper.
Puunene (25) The meat) temperature was 74.4", and thoro wnB no
rulnfall. .27 Inch less than during tho precedlns week. Win. Soarby.
Walitiku (25) Thero was no rainfall, .05 Inch less than during the
1 rev oils week. Tho mean temperature was 74.4". Ill other Krnnk.
Kaanapall (25) Light variable, winds and clear weather obtained,
31th no rainfall, the amo as last vvcok'n, nnd .47 Inch less than tho
"'average for the week. Tho mean temperature vvas 7J,5, WiD.-Houb.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (20) The mean temperature vvas 72 8", nnd the nlnfall
which occurred on tho 25th.-r-.l0" .Inch, thut amount moiu lliaulatt
week's, nnd .87
Maunawlll rtaneh 1 20) - Showers occurred on two dales an J amount-
ed to .17 Inch, 1.1U Inches lets than tho previous week's, nn 1 "9 below
tho nverase. Tho mean temperature wan 73.1. Join Herd,
Walmanalo (20) The mean temperature wan 71.8 . Th-re wis 07
Inch of rainfall on tho 24th, 23 lorn than Inst wc'e'.fn and 1.32 Inches
Lelow the average. A. Irvine.
Ewa (27) Clear, rainless weather continued, a defleieii ur id In H
of rainfall for the week. Tho menu temperature, was "2.T It. Muller.
Walanae (20) Tho mean temperature vns 71.8, nnd time wis no
ralnfnll, no change from Inst week, and a deficiency: of .Ui Itiih In
nveiage weekly rainfall.- K. Meier.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kealla (20) Tho mean temperature wan ,"2.8, nnd Hie inlnfull
which occurred on the last (into. .15 Jnch that amount moioU'itui list
vveck'iu-nnd .05 less than the average. Mnkeo Sugar Co.
Llhue (26) Showers Declined on two dates nnd ninoiinled to .11
Inch, that amount more than during tho preceding week. 'I lie tnc.iti
temperature vvas 71.7." I.lhuo Plantation Co, .
Koloa (20) Warm dry weather obtained, with nhovvcia on the lutt
three dates amounting to .34 Inch, that amount more Milan the pre
ceding wiek's. ami 1 II Inches less than tho nverase. The mean Icm
peraturo was 72.8". Kolon Sugar Co.
Eleele (20) Showers occuneil on two dates anil nininmted lo .")
Inch that amount more tlinn durlii;? tho piiecdlng wtek Mrllrjdii
Sugar Co. '
Makawcll (20) The mean tompciatur" was il.O", mill the triiliiiall
which occuneil on the 24th, .04 Inch, thut amount m.nu than last
week's, nnd .33 lets than the nvcrnge. Jlnwullnii Hugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (20) The menu temperature vvas 73.0". There r
.37 Inch of rainfall on the laM two ilates , 32 mnie thin iliirln- the
preceding week.-C C. Cenindt. STQCKMAN(
the ftguics bclul-.cn no ovci whelniltis.
vvhlel. have been laid up fo i. . g !M A WfcwS Pffl WH H p. VI J W'
!.,! ouiplovmont and ...e w re v 'J AVW M WkM U 13 V 5ft
'lug tlielf imnrlngs havo lo he i.. fcJvVn&VrrfrVlr?
lulled In the total. ( MsS
lI-.fJ!Lf.!.ltg and iLtLJ-gJls.
Don't Poison Baby-
IHVfAII.S Alti: publlnhel III rail" i
of n nntowoitliy Invention whkli li Is I
believed will olvo llio prohlelu of ii.t j
Mgiillon in imsisy w eat tier, iiio iiujii
tins uro C ipliillin Tori and Tellli i ' " I r-joitTV IT. VIJH '( nlu ' " ery mother tliciij'lit her i luM rntint havo
liau.ni savaiits nnd Vir nppiini is i i A- ,mro(;or!c or 1 lU.J.it.um 1 . m . i' s.eep. J
mi ...... ..it ...ul,l .... i.iAAti
part'(;orst' or iui'mi.uim i m v a.erp. ihiu imwi m .nMu-f di r.
n...1 .. r.... -Iv-.tw f.irt lil'tiu ,, i ,u,lil,r (In hlcri TrOia MllH'U UlCt'O It
. ... ...... ... iiimi.ii ""I'l"' "" " -.-. . ...
-r. . tin UltAiIlL
iH"-iI1)gi1 iw m "wlicbii conn 'i h
1 ..... .. . .1. .l .t lit lltnillM-
i "l " PJ "ra "" "" "" bocn rr,l for life by paie..l..l...nnuiii ami i.ion.lilne, each of vvl.Ivh is a
, n ktntlou MTBinrt. I.rt Mui w.v-; ... 0lllct of oP.n ... Dm. uti m .rol.Uille.l front Klda; oliher ll.e
belnK lent rorth Into tho pfniosphere riiureouciiouin.i.ui I i ...til, mil 1 J , I nc ' i
i nd li l elnlniffl for It lhat hv im p minol.oa r.u'neil to luli'.ren nt ill. or to nnylxxly, without ui. I nij
irwit po.lllo-i or rmther u- n n die flniljiInei;fJi. bit trlkUin j . .s.ma-ieepi iirmft-at tl lor. .... ,
-, i.n ;,, .u,i ,;. tilh." Thetanteo: I nn .1 oi medicines contalrilm; op'.: h r
I iillicu ui iiii.iiitriii n, , .- ..... . .1 , n tt
i cittwil, and ROM ituder tho nuinc! A "Drops," "Uuruiniv ")ioii.inr 5.' - , .
etc. You khdulJ not permit mij in In 'ne to bo given to you? thllJrcn " '
WHARF AND WAVE
KDW.MU) I.AUKKNIIACII of Now Mm new survey nn 1 -Iik-.iI.hii Ii Hi-'
York, now In Seattle owner of mni.y Kxploter will b- uppi ....' -.1 li, tea
vessels pl)liiK the Allantle. lnnkL-it J """UK mi-ii.
kevere criticism of the Kovernmolil . .. . i,fwirnK. twin. Se-.ililo' h ir-
Lccause of Its cniplonnetit of for- ( Uot iiitis'tci-, a veteran l'lieine eiunt iva
elKli ships In tho dellveiy of on- ,,.,, imi n p.,rtlclp.tnl In the .lupin
Btnictlou materlul ond supplies for
the Panama Canal. "It Is a unions
situation," he b.ild. "livery con
ceivable thiiip; the I'oveinmetit needs
for the constiui'tloii of thu I'nuaina
Canal Is puichaned In the United
Utates, even If It touts more thnn In
n foieli;u country. Yet every single
dollar's worth of goods for the Cnnnl,
built primarily for the beuelll of the
merchant, marine, has been curled
down lu u foreign bottom, excepting
p.irllcip.tni in Hie .input
mid China eo.ut trada f r '. , yi-ars njo,
lb dead. Ill) vu Rtrlf'te-i with iiIm
lflH almost tlui"' jo. is ago and his
ileath caiiie is :i c In lLitloii of this
Ho win, boi i 'i I'i . 'ulin'. April
10. 1S:17, nnd ii.ul ed lilvi-eal.ir-liili
piocllvltlei, .Ml,. n on .1 wind
Jnmiiier for n trip alnui; the ooist in
Ills flflei'lilli ye-ir. Ilo nrilved In fi.in
I'runclhco lu 185) nil made recra!
trips as nnMer hotnren th H port mil
Itellliighnm Hay. Ilo v eat n llnte lat
-lt fjttl'l at t.nt...a n 1 1 1 1. !.,.M ,
iill.oill. ri,.iiiuir,iiiiiiii ... ,.1 .. ....... I .,.
voi-fl long oviied b the ('nilfoinlu jouoryourimymiau koowui v .. ,.i...,.uu.
slitt,i,4i,ir rf.miMinv l-.ic 1u,,.it kiiIi! to lltltt
... .,..... r,.i ......... 1. .,.(.. ,..... t .
inu ,)i.ir.a i isowiiiieii s i .ittutrs -inn ,: Villi yA SVst Z
pan, of l'or.l...,.l fo, l!.oo. . Bine. s,Ktl.l(uyc of lffi&&&X
.lull nf I'irtI ,..T. Ilin l. Pp. lie Iiiih I !..
Iici'rt'l'.i I Ills pin
rla 5of tnt
lhat carried In govei nnu'iit uwtied
nnd goverliuielit operated viMfels, nnd ,, tnu )nulel Webster In Chin i ml
' lu that cai.o eveiy ono Miowh II ost. i.npin v here he engaged In limb
I twice ns much as If muled In Ame- j until the Bhlp was nold to thu O' -ciu
ilcnli ships subject to lunipelltliiu. , ment He then tiled milling In . lull"
What Is true of I'auam.i Is :il.n tutu In 1SI,2. He mitiio n venture lu the
nf Cuba. The government uses foi- tioul trade hctwteii Sun I' uurlce'i mil
elgn vesbcli tu i.mv o.il for tile I l'uget Siuiml tho (oilo,vi,i.. .vej-.
imvy fioin the Atlantic ports to tlie'. The m-M trip he tool. v..'j in (li
(liiveinor l(iib!o. I'.ietohih and S. V.
Rurlelim Idle III tlili 'harbor. It. 1".
TIlAT Till: C.UAN'I) Trunk Pacific
Sli'.unchlli ('ouipnitv Ins no Inielitl'ili
or buying tho nleiiui'is or the All. in
line or other Vertels now pliro'lii't tb
i en s Tor liny 1 Its , hm will build a lhi
oir.''K tiiHi date diet of modern pa-i
)CiU' i and flight stenniers fiir Its
ov.li ue Hi Btnt Mi'Vlin f- ee.i
I'rliue llitt'ert and the usual ports of
call In the Orient ns kixin lln (li.iul
Tiunk P.iclfl: Is completed mil nnd
for service, won tlm stnle'ileiil innde
a fpwdiljrn ago by Willi mi Wulnwrliilit
reconil vli'e piehident of tho (Iran I
IVirik Piicll'i' Cniii'.linj, then In Vie!"
tin. 15. '. '
IT IS "(Vr PKpr"tnl thatuho 1'nlt
ed hlatis .ti in v tr.itlspmt will 1111I.0'
Ml evteiiiird aio.rnt till port. The 1
veyei Is 1111 rouie f:imi .Manll.i 10 .
San ri.inrlfn.it and la ilue to nrrl'' I
heio on SJlmilay morulni:. Tho I
liifiisport U o nve.vlu;' iiisu.iIk, i
nuiiiiii; whom etc n niiinbce nf niiiiv I
nirgeoiis. Alan on hoard liin vewul
me thlity'-oiii! nick, iwetity-fntir ion- I
vlita who have Imtn i-erf fioni the
liillllniy pil'iins In the Philippines.
their goods from the Atlantic to the C11.11.I. trade mil eoinm.mile I the N.i Till: IIII.ONIAN, the iintsnii liner.
Paclllc. but the government tun vlo-i humkeag llnntHVllI", bioiluul ami t.illrd fni 11 her whai t idmrllv nflef
late this law, thus sending mound ' Hill. In lSn) he was In elnrge in nVlm U HiIh moiulng botinil Tor
to. the Pacific 10.1st huge Heels ut I of 0110 of llolld iv'k ni.ill bo its i.ninhi',' s.tn 1'iniiclsiii. taking a laige geii-
forclgners, which are Uhed tu ililvo i between P01II.111.I and Mik.i. mid a
out the few Ali.erlr.in veels wh,, few' o.irs luli-i iiime ashore to make
are left in our Pacific hn-bors.'
1 "IT her irr" ,i 'f rm1 Physicians Recommoiid Gaotoria,
disposal le'ivi the I "Ih.ro titir'tr i.rn.Ttld (.'ttitiM fur com- "1 Unit jour Cm.tort it ittj LwUldid In
. t. . 1 . 1.- tl I imtinatif lUT ill.1n.ti's tTtns ti "
(Mliroml.1 Shipping Comi,anv wllh tho , BioauiuuiiUMcuwr umwip-.n...
Amier Cob..,-,. Iteuce, A. .1 Fuller. A ',1. Y.
Pacific ports, thus violating one of
its own Inws, using Atlantic 10.il
when Paclllc coast iiml Is nearly as
good, according to hcugiupliluil 11"
turns. Amcilrnu'.shdppc.s nnd Ame
rican husliiesa men uiu lompclled 10
use ' Amerliun rhips when Kotidlug
Oilent und he vent luck lo the Chi
I'ose sin vice, iiclltu; us pilot ami mas
ter on the Yiing-lf.o-kl.iug ilver'nli I
ns (tiatouv. liupeetor at Klimigliil
whin that pint was in tlmrju c.r the
In IMil ho relumed l-t Hie Pacific
"At tl,e Mthfr of tl.lrtton tW'dfta I rcrUtnlx
linow tomitlilnc Vint j.'1" S't tolltlliool,
a.llo fioin mjr "n timlly nptilinte, I ljaw.lt
1 if yi-arinf imrtlro, found f'aitotU lupulir and
cfiiclcni rLtniHl In tl'nosl oerjr hone "
V. J. JltCiUks, M 1) ,
irwuaatit of cllJn.u'. tllmi :. '
t 11 ti. 'i n.
( lUi'O, I 1.
"I cSJot la whit are nllnl piifit 0. on.
wh.ntutoli.-r fttoiMktim.i,rfai.ti.ff ij i'. 1. in,
bit 1 krnnr Umleriuuliknf )mrl'wi.a .. 1! 11M.0
It. UMlolmrp.TWM.il. I ju 'ks It V 1st a . . tt
ful, well u buniluu Caml ; iiwOIri j. ."
N J Bum, 31. 1) ,
UtvatifU, .'.'. Y.
Children Cry for r-'i Richer 'a Castoria.
In Us.e For"6vcr 30 Years.
WEALTHY MRS. W. H. CHAPMAN
FLEES FROM EUROPEAN SUITORS
a supposed hidden rock near llodeg i
hay, about tweut) miles up thu Cali
fornia coast, the Oovenimrnt survey
stenmer I?poicr has retiuued to 8au
KrnnciEco. Captain Dlbicll said that
the alleged menace to navigation uuir
Ilodega had hem i halted as having
1i!b home f hi re ifler In Seattle.
I nv... n,r .,... n. .i. .,.,
AKTEIt AN unsuccessful teal ch for1 ";" "' '" "" -"
woiii it.ttiiif uurin; me luiiiy-uurit
of Pol tola vvcel, oceurreil on tlm wa
ter fiout. On a leit.iln day. when
Kle.it ciovviIj of l..i,ipy slehln'Ois
vveio going out tn view Ilia fmIgn
war hhlpti, tlieio nppvaiod on tho
docl.s a giotui of orphan dilldieu
nhmit lo f..,. .,f unlcr over It. but ,,," " "Hi" "cui ill iiiirgn in
close Investigation by the r.xplnier'B ""'J' 8"ol-.iea'ted l.ullin. Thev
ciew showed thai no lock exlstel wHI'f'l vvjlftt.ly b.vk and roilli.
there. In fact, a depth or rrom twenlv I K'"-ln" wondeilnglj out nt tho ves
tn twenty-flvo fathoms ovists at llio , te,M'ln the ttreaiu. C.iptiiln Montell
Bitot supposed to bo eoveied by tho "f "m wivlir w.ilthed them for
dnngerous link. ' " whllu uud then he went to f.ml
The Explorer was the vessel that ! llum I'ett-rton. The latter Is not
led the people ashore near lloileg.1 lnv I ''"td to lot ate as lu U the biggest
to bellevo Hint some steamer hud koiio'1""1 "" "' ''f '""" HI'lo
on the locks there dining tho ilenre ,)!K ''"' phyhlcillv. he r.i.--'
fog sometime ago. Hidden by the foi, "ihi"I with him u hem I hlgge,- linn
the Kxplorer tounded her wliijtle at M n'- wl'l'h la Mime nlre. In
frequent Intervals as she arproaihul ' ml two inlmilea n lausliliu. happy
tho anchornge ground In the load ; ciovil of little tots weio t-pee-l'iiis
Hodega, and after anchoring routliiti- ollt ' tlln K'0"1 mjsterlouj vvanlir
oil lo give fog warning by menus of ' one of pctoiFim'tf big laiiuche'i,
her bell, lu the opinion nj Captain III-. . ml noihlng moie was B.ild iibout It.
brell und his crew, the people on shore i f-a
must have mistaken these t-oituds, Al'COltlHNH to l.lojd's iet:lster.
with the K-renma or sengiills. for signs ,llu ineiehniit shipping under tnn
nf u BliMinshln vreck. for which, of Miwtlcin on September IKIth list lo-
course, the Kvplorer does not feel tes- ,1,lcl 778,0Sri loin, c.imp.ued with
Hill e.ilgn. Illcliidllig iihout L'n.ilno
cases of plm.ipples, n iiuatitlty r
pines, 1.1100 uaiks lite, :iu tons n
fllied biignr uud ',,01111 hiimhfrf h.HLn
i.afl. A small number of'pnwiMiBeiH
dep.iifoij for tho toast by the vess-el.
ADVICI.'S Ui:ci:iVi:i) nt this poll
would ludlc.ito Hint the (lermiin
ri ulier Arionu will arrive hero on
IMil.i). Tli" reskcl Is oil - cruise
f loin Sin !"i iiiulti ii to her statlou In
Aslntle vviilfitt The An una vvas one
o llio mnn, foielgli win ' vessels
which ptiiii'Ipateil 111 thu recent
PortnVi feitlvul held at S.m Pr.in
i l.-ii o. Shiiuld the cd:,cl uitlve on
I'll'l.iv .is i.fiuti"iiil!i.eil sljn will h.
held until ahiillt Ilcrenibcr !.
OV MONDAY. I)iieinlinr III" '
Tot i K'rrn K.ifsbv liner ChIo Tu.! ;
r-i fioai t'un I'r.inr luro with n nuin-
liei of l.i) -over p.iJsengent, Is ev-
peMril li airlte at Honolulu This
vea-el I, lie u lug ninny thirugh p.is-
feugcis mid geuernl inigo to the
O.lcnl. Thu ('hl)o Mnru It sehtd-
likil to t.ill f i oui S.m I'ranrlsco to-da1.
. ponslbb. ili.iilii tuns on .lunu yuth. Thoi"
Piom San Krancltco llio Explorer ,s " Incnnse, iiuim nncntly, of over
will go to Point Moutnrn. twenty miles "-'.UUO tons. It la nil liidlrutlou nt
down tho coai.t, lo locate and resurvey gradual!) n tinning nrtlvil) wiili'i
Colorado reef, Colorado icef has long Is not unwelionio nfler llio long
been known as a dangerous rock, upon M'oll of irlatlvo Idleness vvhtiii Eiiuie
P . '
Till: AJIi:itlCAN bail. Nuiiumi Is
now nut T,'i d.i)B fioin I he port of
New York, bringing a large gcnoi.-il
inigo i.f meiclinnillsn to the agency
nf T. II Dr.vlcs &. Conipniiy.
cvr -- - ,x
' - y.v,vA Vat
j . -.. u
,m-1; )Oiiug ttiilovv vvbooo, sov-
whlch "many vessels huvo struck, and of the ship) mils havo cpci!cmcd inigo
NO NEED OF A POOR LAW
him h ii ' ii 'i wTRWT-rYT'?'-r'niT:ytx$ir ,
Many arc tin ! IIi'h n who htvo been l.lllul or whoso lienltli halt V,
Mrs. William llaju Cli.ipniau, !!
cut) -nix-.ve.il -old liildugiiKim iljcil n )e:.r ,iko. leatlug her JlO.O0tl.iJUU,
has leturued lo Ann rl a, deilmlug uhc vvu mru d to lleo fmm i:iuopo
to escape ii bwarm of tltlcitNHtillois. Tlm Ungllsli puitis havo had her,
(iigaRul to neail) every titled Hluglo man In r It od woild In the Inst .
six months, cud whod she ni rived In N. w Yn.t, t,,ip loot opiaMnu to dai
ly deny that uho had paid nny heed lo tl; c foi.une soehlng ndmirori
ste.iiner exiept possibl) one. .lust before she milled li v.-.t iri'oileil thut she v.as
Maul Is on tho heilli lo sail fur Ka-J'o wed tho ion of Lord rtiltonoi. Til, the id, v.ui. ii.iinl. Shu was nut
hnl.ilele Ookala and Laiipahoehoo lit .to tiuph.itli', howevrn, when tlcnurtl S.tlihl nlu :. of tie ltiii'sl.iu arm
Minim toumirotv, taMiig general , was inenildniil. It la billcvul that she und lac giaxittl uro" rcall) in-
Properly Applied Will Make Your JLavn Grow LusjairiSiEi
Hawaiian Pertilizer Co., Ltd.
E. O- frieill & , Son.
Office, Brewer Building. Phone 272. Factory at Iwilei.
Foit ami KiitK Sticcts, Honolulu.