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EVENING nm.LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, OCT. 18, 1910.
HONOLULU, T. H, Oct. 17, 1910. '
' GENERAL SUMMARY.
There was more rain than durlno the preceding week In the 'North
Kohala, Hllos and Puna districts of Hawaii, and on Kauai; 'and leis
rainfall In ilie remaining districts of Hawaii, and on Maul, Oahu and
The greatest smounta of rainfall were reported from the llllo and
Puna districts of Hawaii and ranged from 2.04 to 4.16 Inches. Moderate
rains occurred In the North Kohala and Hamakua districts of Hawaii;
In the Makawao and portions of the Hana districts of Maul, and the
Hanalel, and portions of the Koloa districts of Kauai. Elsewhere the
amounts of rainfall reported were small, or none.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, reported
from the different districts of the several Islands: HAWAII North
Kohala 132 to 1.93, Hamakua 1.43 to 1 EC, North Hllo 4.16 (all reports
from Laupahoehoe to Honohlna, Inclusive, are m'sslng), South Hllo
2.76 to 3.S0 (Hakalau missing); Puna 2 04 to 3 54, Kau 0 0d to 0.07,
South Kona 0.77, and North Kona 0.67; MAUI Makawao 1.57 to 1 84,
Hana 0 S3 to 1 88, Walluku 0.00 to 0 03, and Lahalna 0.13! OAHU Koo
lauloa 0 28, 'Koolaupoko 0.22 to 0.85, Honolulu 0.02 at the lower levels,
Ewa 0 00 to O.30, Walanae 0.00, and Walalua 007 to 0.20; KAUAI
Hanalel 1.11, Kawalhau 0 36, Lthue 0.80, Koloa 0.23 to 1.41, and Wal
mea 0.24; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.11.
The following are the departures from the average for this week,
for ten or more years, In the several districts In Inches: HAWAII
North Kohala 40 54 to H.12, Hamakua 46.56 to 1.11, North Hllo 4224,
South Hllo 40.21 to 40.33, Puna 40.27, Kau 0 62 to 0.70, and North
Kona 0.77J MAUI Makawao 40.51, Hana 0.59, Walluku 0.19, and
Lahalna 0.08; OAHU Koolauloa 0 31, Koolaupoko 0.35 to 0.41,
Honolulu 0.26, Ewa 0.28, and Walanae 0 22; KAUAI Hanalel
0.16, Kawalhau 0.41, Koloa 40 25, and Walmea 0.04, and MOLO.
KAI Molokal 0.29.
The mean temperatures, as a rule, differed less than 1.0' from those
of the preceding week, being generally lower, excepting In the Hono
lulu and portions of the Koolaupoko districts of Oahu; on Molokal; In
the Llhue district of Kauai; In portions of the Walluku and Hana dis
tricts of Maul, and In the North Kona district of Hawaii.
INSERT AITEU KAl'OHO Hnwnll
Kaueleau (12) There were dally rains which nnimmted to 3.54
Inches, 1.19 nioro thnti during tho preceding week. Tho mean torn
l.t'i aturo was G9.7. I r. Turner.
The following table shows the weekly averages of tempurature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 72.9 1.92 Inches.
Maul 73.9 0 75 Inch
Oahu ........ 75.7 0,22 Inch
Kauai 762" 069 Inch
Molokal 76.6 0.11 Inch
Entire Croup 74.4 1.10 Inches
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Honolulu
generally parti cloudy weather obtained, with traces of rainfall on
the first three dates and 0.02 Inch on the 12th, 0 26 below the normal
for the week, and 0.31 less than during the preceding wek. Thei
maximum temperature was 83, minimum 69, and .mean 76.8,0 4
above the weekly normal, and 0 8 higher than last week's. The mean
dally relative humidity varied from 62"$ to 73, and the mean for the
week was 67.3 about 3'j below normal. Northeasterly winds pre
vailed on the 9th and 15th, and easterly on the remaining 'dates, with
an average hourly velocity of 8.7 miles. The mean dally barometer
ranged from 30.01 to 30.12 inches, and the mean for the week, 30.08,
was 0.11 Inch attove normal,
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Koto: The flguies following tho name nf station Imltcato the dnto
with which the week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch fl3) Tlatn fell on flro dates nnil amounted to 1.32
Inches, ,03 Inch more than during the preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (14) The mean temperature was 72.C, and the
rnlnfnll which occurred on the first five dales 1.3S Inches. .Gt Inch
nlKivrt-lha-iivfraga nnd i45 moro than last week's. Dr. n. D. lionrt.
.Kohala Mill (13) Showers occurred dally and totaled 1.77 Inchon,
."21 Inch nioro than lliu previous week's, and .93 ubovo the uvci.igo.
The menu temperature wits 73.2. T. II. I.llllo. '
Nlulll (13) Tho nicuii temperature wuS 73,4V ltaln fell on thu llrat
six dates nnd amounted to 1.93 Inches, 1.12 abovo tho average. V. C.
Kukulhaele (12) Showcis occurred on the lost six dates nnd totaled
1.B9 Inches, .CO Inch less than during tho preceding week. Tho mean
lenipcrnturn was 75 1. 1. V, Kniidscn.
Honokaa (12) Tho m'lin temperature was "3G Hnln fell on four
dates nnd atniimild to 1 SO Inchon, 1.11 moro than the average, and 30
Inch less than last week's K, L. Andrews.
Paauhau (12) Shoueis r cnirioct on four iln'cs nnil totaled 113
Inches, .72 Inch less than I ait week's, nnd 5G moro than tho average.
The tne.in temperature vvnsi 7.1 9 t.ouls Wllrnn.
Ookala (13) There was rain on the first IHo dates, which amounted
to 4.16 Inches, 2.24 above tho avenge, anl .21 Inch more than durln?
tfio preceding week V, (1. I.aws.n.
Pcpeekeo (13) The mean temperature was 73.8., Itnln fell on six
dates nnd amounted to 2.70 Inches,' .78 Inch moro than lart week's, nnd
.38 nbovc the nveingc. I'cpeokco Sugar Cor '
Papalkou (13) Showers occurred dally nnd totaled 3 50 Inches. 21
Inch nliovp the average, nnd .31 moro than during tho. preceding week.
John T. Stolr.
Ponahawat (12) The meaiii temperature was 71,0. Thcro wcro
dally rnlns, which nmonntcd to 3.1(0 Inches, 1.17 more than during tho
previous week, J. E. (imnnllelson.
Kapcho (13) Showers occurred dally nnd totaled 2.04 Inches, .27
Inch moro than the nvcrago for tho week, Tho mean temperature was
74.fi. H. .1, I.yman.
Pahala (12) The mean tempernturo was 71.9, nnd there wns no
rainfall, .08 Inch less than last week's, and .62 below the nverage.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Naalehu (12) There wns .07 Inch of rainfall on the 8th, .01 Inch
more than during tho preceding week, and .70 less tHan the average.
C Henry White.
Kealakekua (13) Showers occurred on tho first 'three dates and
totaled .77 Inch. .31 less than during tho previous vvefk. Hubert Wal
lace,. Kealakekua (12) The mean temperature was 72.6. rtaln fell on
tho first four dates and amounted to .67 Inch, .77 below tho average
nnd l.fiD Inches less than last week's. Rev. Samuol H J Dnvls.
ISLAND OF MAUI. ,
Haiku (13)-Light "trades" prevailed, with much cloudy weather,
and rainfall on four dates amounting to 1.84 Inches, 1.26 less than laRt
weeks, nnd .Gl Inch moio than the average Tho mean temperature
wns 72.2. D. I), naldwln.
Huelo (13) The mean temperature was 08.6. an'd, tho rainfall
which occurioif dally 1.G7 Inches, 3.81 less than during the preceding
week, Jos. U Pcrrelra.
Nahlku (12) Showers occurred dally nnd totaled 1.88 Inches 3.27
uss than last wefk's. nnd .G9 Inch below tho n erase. The mean teiu
potalurc wns C9.1. C. O. Jacobs.
Hana (10) Tho mean temperature was 75 2. There wero four dajs
with ralnfnll. which amounted to .53 Inch, 1,41 Inches Iors than during
tho preceding week. Clco. O. Cooper. j
Puunene (13) Tho mean tempernturo was 75.0', and thcro was no
rainfall. Wm. Searby.
Kahului (13) Mepsurablo rain fell on two dates and nmonntcd to
.03 Inch, 17 less than last week's, and .19 below , (ho average. Tho
mom temperature was 77.1. H. 1. Shoemaker.
Walluku (13) The moan tempernturo was 76 4. There wcro two
davs with rainfall, which amounted to .03 Inch. ,G4 (ess than during
the preceding week. Ilrother Prank. f
Kaanapali (13) Measurable rain fell on two dates, and amounted
to .13 Inch, that amount moro than last week's, nnd .05 loss than tho
.average. The mean tempernturo was 77.2. Capt. Q 'P. Turno.
ISLAND OF OAHU. '
Kahuku (14) Tho mean tempernturo was 76.2. Kiln fell on thrco
dates nnd amounted to .28 Inch. .31 below tho nverogo, and a llko
amount loss than tho previous week's. H. T. Chrlstophorson.
Maunawlll Ranch (14) Showers occurred on live, dates and totaled
.85 Inch, .50 less than last week's, nnd .41 below thi average. The
mean tempcraturo was 73.3. John Herd. ,
Walrnanalo (14) The mean tomperaturo wob 78.il, nnd there wero
two days with rainfall, which amounted to .MInch1 .35 nelow the
average, arid 43 less than tho previous week's. A, Irvine.
Walawa (16) There wns .30 Inch of rainfall,' aodtthe moori tempera-
Greatest Sale of Merchandise t
Ever Held By Us or Any Other Store in Honolulu
A large purchase of Lingerie Dresses, Cravenettc Coats, Cloth Coats, Rubberized Coats, Ladies' Over Skirts,
Children's Dresses, Ladies' Shirt Waists, Dress Goods, Table Damask, Neckwear, etc., was secured by us at half J
usual prices and will be passed on to our customers at the same rate. Don't wait. Don't hesitate. Now is the
time to take advantage of the remarkable values we are offering.
Latest models; one of each.
S 5.00 .
Latest styles; elegantly trimmed.
$ 0.50 .
12,50- . ,
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MONDAY, OCT. 17
Four to 14.
In Serge, Panama, Alpaca, Voiles,
Regular. Sale Price.
In Linen, P. K, Duck, and Indian
Head. . '
Ladies' & Children's
We purchased a large line of Ho.
sicry at a big discount. The assort
ment includes all first-quality Hosi
ery Silk Lisle, Qauze Lisle, Medium
Cotton; in plain lace and embroid
ered styles. Black, Tan, Pink, Blue;
in all sizes. Get a' few pairs before
they are all sold. ) Great reductions.
Twenty-efght inches wide.
Reg.. 12y2e yd.; Sale Price, 5c yd.
In Mull' and Lawn; all sizes.
Regular. Sale Price.
$1.25 $ .75
1.75 4 90
2.25 - 1.25
3.00 .' 1.50
Six pieces in a box; assorted
Regular, $1 box; Sale Price, 50e box
Latest styles, less than half price.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
pOllTY YT..VIIS AGO almost every mother thought her child mint have
pnrrgorlu or laudanum to mako It sleep. Thcso drugs ill produce slcop.
and a few drop loo ninny will produce the tccp from svlilcli there l
no linking. Many aro tho children who have been killed or whose health h.v
been ruined for Ufa by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of whlili Is a
narcotlt product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from Belling cither of tho
narcotic named to children nt all, or to anjbody without labeling them
"poison." Tho definition of " narcotic" Is: "A medicine which rellcvet pain
and 2rcxluct$ $leep, tyit which in iwisonout eei products stupor, coma, convul
lions and death." Tho tasto and smell of medicines containing opium are dis
guised, and xold under the minion of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups."
etc. You should not permit any medicine to bo given to your children without
you oryo-ir physician know of what It is composed. Omtorlii docs not con.
Tho j"? - y!..-j2 minriuitccs genuine
Ignnturo of l-Aa&XT-a&JUAC Cnitorla
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
I bare fmiuetitly prtfrritrol CailorU for com
mon kllmeiiU of chlUft u with poM rrn !!.
V. A, Cbanoall, M. D
lluflJo, N. Y.
"Ai the fithr of tlilrtrrn chlMren I rtrUlnl
know romclfiloc nloiit jmir great niidlc)nnd,
alil from my own fan I iHrffire, 1 have, In
tnjr jeura of irucilu, fmind Cailorla a (opuUr aud
etUkleut rvuinlf tu almost erery homo,"
Wm. J. McCbamm, M. D.f
Orr.it a, Ktb.
'I flntl your Catorta la Terr beneficial to the
trtutiueot of cUldrth'a ailmcuia
y. DTif m, n ,
"I object to whaf ar raltra patent rowllctiifi,
where maler aJono knona what stuff U put Ift item,
but I know tb formula of jour CiatoJa and ad ilt
Ii4Utotaproj.fr cam a. I Judge It to W a trj u
ta), M wall aa tiaraltaa family medicine."
N. 11. yjztH, M. I) ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
' In Use For Over 30 Years.
tnro was 710. A. Lister.
Ewa (1G) The mean temperature, wns 70.fi, nnd there was no rain
fall, .08 Inch less than last week's, nnd .28 below tho acrago. It.
Walanae (14) There was no ralnfnll, .07 Inch less than tho previous
week's, nnd .22 bolow tho nverage. Tho mean tempernturo was 77.8.
Schofleld Barracks (14) Showers occurred on tho first three dates
nnd totnled .20 Inch, .02 less than during tho preceding week. Tho
mean tempernturo was 71.8. Cnpt. C. I Morso, Med. Corps.
Walalua (14) Tho mean tomperaturo was 7C.C. nnd tho rainfall
.07 Inch. J. B. do Mcna,
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (14) Tho mean tomporaturo was 7B.0. nnd tho rainfall
which occurred dally l.l Inches, .10 Inch less than tho average for
tho week. I., n. Tlorclko.
Kealla (14) Showers occurred on four daten.and totaled -.3C Inch,"
.41 less than tho average, and .23 moro than last week's. Tho menu
temperature wns 7C.C Mnkeo Sugar Co.
Llhue (14) Tho-mearr tempcraturo was 75.8. ltaln fell on tho last
six dates and totaled .80 Inch, .14 moro than during tho preceding
. woek. Llhuo Plantation , Co.
Koloa (14) Showers occurred on six dates nnd amounted to 1.41
.Inches, l.U tmoro than last weok's, nnd .2G Inch nlnno the nverage.
V'TJio mean 'tempoj-aturejWns 70,3. TJio Koloa Sugar Cj.
' Eleele (14) Slower, occurred on flvo dates nnd totaled .23 Inch,
.0b nioro than during tho preceding week. Mcllrydo fau;nr Co.
Makawell (14) Tho menu tempernturo was 77.2. itnln fell on
Ihrco dates and amounted to .24 Inch, .21 moro than last week's, and
.04 less than tho average. Hawaiian Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Molokal Ranch (14) The mean tomporaturo was 7C.C Showors
occurred on the first two dates and totaled .11 Inch, .29 below tho
avcrago, and .47 less than lost week's. U. II. Nevln.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
NEWS NOTES FROM
This nftcrnoon the lied and White
third teams will meet In a baseball
game on tho sshttol grounds.
Tho cadets turned out Sunday nft
ernoon under nrms. This was- the
first time the battalion used'the guns
sluco school began.
Tho Knmchameha rifle club wilt
hold Its first meeting1 early hext
woek, at which time now officers will
be elected for tho coming year. Cap
tain Winters Is nnxlous to bavo the
boya start in gallery practise.
Nov. 8 Ilnscball; fifth
Saturday. Nov. 12 Soccer: first
Tuesday, Nov. IB Baseball; first
Saturday, Nov. 19 Ijleld day.
The grammar schools will hold a
swimming contest on October 29, nnd
nil students under the age of eight
een enn enter from this school. So
far tho entries havo not been large,
There nro many good swimmers In
school who should Join the schooj
team. David Knhanamoku Is one of
the best young swimmers In school.
He will bo one of tbo-star swimmers
of the team. There wilt bo ortly
twenty-ftvo members allowed on the
The races will tako place Saturday
afternoon, Oct. 29, nt 2 o'clock, in
tho harbor. Prlies will bo awarded
to the winners In tho form of rib
bons. Tour places will bo counted
G, 3, 2v nnd 1 points. Ono of tho
interesting events will be tho 100
ynrd relay race, each boy BWlmmlng
The entries so far nro as follows
D. Knhnnamoku. 13, Aknna, Kalela-
III: Kukallnnl, I,. Knulil, Knnhliml,
r.intnln Winters rlinlrmnn nf tha' KaillKOIO. H. Spencer, J. JlCUinnc),
Kninohamohn Athletic Association,! O. Manoha, J. Spencer.
J.n ...,,1a .... n cho.lnli. nf snernr ntul I TIlO prOgmm Is BS follows! 1,
baseball games to ho ployed' by two' yfns, ho)S under 80 pounds) 2, 40
. . v. -'... ...I..- M--1.1 vnrr1 Imi ft miller HT. imunilil 3. CO
color learns iicus win wiiiicb. cuiu
A press club has been fortnod at
tho schools, of which there are five
members so far. The tr'j-weekly
Handicraft Is published oil Tueu
du)s, Thursdays and Saturdays by
tho press club. Mr. A. HottAndorf
Is managing editor of the paper, The
hoys aro taking a great deal .of in
terest In the publication.
color litis flvo teams, and tho first
game of soccer wns played on tho
school grounds between tho Ited and
White third teams, the former win
ning by 3 to li
The following Is tho prescribed
schedule for tho Red nnd While Boe
der and baseball" games;
Saturday, Oct. 15 Soccer; third
Tuesday, Oct. 18-i-llascball; third
Saturday, Oct. 22 Soccer; second
Tuesday, Oct. 25 Ilasehull; sec
Saturday, Oct. 29 Soccer; fourth
Tuesday, Nov. 1 Baseball;
Saturday, Nov. G Soccer; filth
r - ' - - " -
yards, hojs under 9G pounds; 3, GO
yards, boys under 115 pounds; 4, 80
ya,rds. nny weight; 5, 100-yard relay
race, each boy swimming 40 yards,
four boys on a, team.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record Oct. 15, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m. to i p. m,
Est nt Joseph M Knulil by ndrar
to Onnmea Sugnr Co " M
Ekt of Mnnuol A Ilarote by tr to
Goo Vnu Chung ,-..,.. uol
Ono Wan Hoy ami wf to 13 K
John S McClrow nnd wf toO.ihu
Hallway & Land Co U
Kmmellne M Mngnon and list)
to II Woterhotiso Tr Co Ltd,
Entered for Record Oct. 17, 1910.
Maty A Tlmoteo to 'Uiula.i K
Mculhigitll . , I'
September Showed Them
From Posts In East
Desertions from the United Stntcs
arm continue regularly. If the de
scription and reward circulars re
ceived nt the office of United States
Marshal Hendry cun bo taken, as evi
dence, for In tho month of Septem
ber there wcro nine men who left
the nrmy whoso descriptions hnvo
been sent broadcast over the country.
1'ormerly there was no effort
made to apprehend men who desert-,
ed from the service In time of peace
but In the past few jenrs tho deser
tions hove grown to such propor
tions that drastic steps have been
taken by the military authorities to
stop this prnUlFO If possible.
On the head of every man who
now deserts there Is a price of $GU
which will he paid for his arrect nnd
delivery to the nearest army post
from tho place where ho is apprehended.
Of the nine men who deserted
during September, only the artillery
nnd cavalry branches wero rcpio-
sentcd, with tho exception of two
recruits who had not been assigned
to nny branch of tho service.
One of the men for whom a re
ward Is offered wns a soldier less
than n month beforo ho took French
leavo of tho service, enlisting tho
latter part of August and deserting
tha middle of September.
Desertions took place at posts
scattered from Tort I'reble, Mo., to
Wjomlng nnd Washington, practical
ly nil taking place nt points In the
northern part of tho States, nono be
ing reported from places in tho
south or southwest.
DAMAGE CASE IS
BEFORE THE COURT
Trial of the I ",000 damngo case
brought by Andrew Ilrlght ngnlnst
Tom Qulnn begun yestcrdny In
Judge Whitney's court, tho case aris
ing out of nlleged reckless driving in
October of last 3 ear when the plain-
Jiff wmh knocked from the running
tnaril of a street car on Hotel street
by tho mnchlno of the defendant.
Tho accident occurred botwecn Ala
pal nnd I'iinchl)Owl streets Qtilnn
driving Wnlklkl on tho mauka side
of tho street and knocking Ilrlght from
tho rupnlng board In passing.
After' thn. Jury was drawn for Iho
case an adjournment was taken and
tho Jurymen went over to tho Bceno
nf the accident, tho caso being contin
ued till afternoon.
FOR MRS. MACHAD0
Funeral services woro held Sun
day for Mrs. Mary Mnchado, of 1463 .
Itlvcr street, who died at 8 o'clock on
Saturday morning nt tho family resi
dence. The body wns burled In tho
Mrs. Mnchado wns ono of the first
rortuguosu women to arrive in tho
Islands, und had a wldo circle of
friends here, as was attested by the
ninny (lowers tlint wera given and tho
expressions of condolence und sjtu
pathy that reached thn bereaved
members of tho family. The family
has extended thanks to friends and
to tho Union hackstand for special
kindness at the funeral.
CONSUL TO FORMOSA
TO MAKE TALK HERE
Samuel C. Iteat, United Stntcs Con
sul at Tammi, Formosa, will nrrlva In
Honolulu on tho .Korea next Friday
on bis way to tho Coast Hu will ad
dress tho Chamber pf Commerce on
that date. The regular bl-monthly
meettng of 'the Chamber Is set for
Wednesday, but will bo postponed un
til Friday for Mr. Heat's talk. Vlco
l'rcsldcnt Cooke extends n general In
vitation not only to members but to
ill Interested nn well,
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