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'EVENING -BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JULY'25, 1911.
' HONOLULU, T. H., July 24, 1911.
The rainfall was jenerally below the average for the week at ta.
tlont, having a record of ten or more years, excepting In the Nortli
Hllo, Kau, North Kona and portions of the Hamakua and North Hilo
districts of Hawaii, the Walluku district of Maul, the Koolauloa and
northern part of the Koolaupoko districts of Oahu, and the Kawalhau
and portions of the Koloa districts of Kauai. '
The following are the departures from the average, In Inches, In the
different districts of the several Islands: HAWAII North Kohala
0.53 to 0.70, Hamkua 0.23 to -40.21, North Hllo 10 06 to 40.61,
8outh Hllo 1.67 to 42.42, Puna 0 68, Kau 4054, South Kona 0.22,
and North Kona 40.28; MAUI Makawao 0.46, Hana 0.81, Walluku
40.24, and Lahalna 0.15; OAHU Koolauloa 40.20, Koolaupoko 40.02
to 0.22, Honolulu 0.17 to 0.71, and Ewa and Walanae 0.08;
KAUAI Hanalel 0.64, Kawalhau 40.02, and Koloa 0 02 to 40.06;
and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.20.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall for the week. In
Inches, In the several districts; HAWAII North Kohala 0.42 to 0.61,
Hamakua 0.87 to 1.28, North Hllo 1.98 to 3.70, South Hllo 0.74 to 5.58,
Puna 0.64 to 083, Kau 0.68, South Kona 1.24, and North Kona 0.97 to
2.04; MAUI Makawao 0.77 to 1.36, Hana 0.88 to 2.27, Walluku 0.33
to 0.68, and Lahalna trace; OAHU Koolauloa 0.56, Koolaupoko 0.10
to 0.97, Honolulu 0.18 to 1.92, Ewa trace, and Walanae 000; KAUAI
Hanalel 0.44, Kawalhau 0.40, Llhue 0.41, and Koloa 0.19 to 0.95; and
MOLOKAI Volokal 0.07 to 0.24.
The mean temperatures, as a rule, were higher than those of the
preceding week, and generally to an appreciable degree on Hawaii
mostly ranging from 1.3 to 2.1" higher, Maul 1.0 to 2.6", Oahu 0.4
to 1.4', Kauai 0.5 to 1.2', and Molokal 2.3.
A severe earthquake shock was felt generally over Hawaii about
noon of the 14th. At Nlulll It lasted for some time, and was followed
about fifteen minutes later by a second shock; at Honokaa It was
heavy and followed at 4:35 p. m. by a light shock; at Naalehu It was
heavy and long, and followed at 12:10 and 5:45ip. m. by slight shocks;
at Kealakekua (Wallace) It lasted one minute and was severe, and
slight shocks were felt at 1:55 a. m., and 4:10 and 5:00 p. m,-and' at
Kealakekua (Davis) It lasted between four and five seconds, with a
llqht shock at 4:00 p. m. At Kealakekua (Wallace) light shocks were
felt at 1:20 a. m. of the 15th and 1:40 a. m. of the 17th.
The following table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall tor the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 723" 1.60 Inches
Maul 74.7' 0.90 Inch
Oahu 77.8 066 Inch
Kauai 75.8 0.8 Inch
Molokal 77.7' 0-16 '""
Entire Group 74.8 1.10 Inches
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau , In Hono.
lulu partly cloudy to cloudy weather generally obtained, with traces
of rainfall on two dates and measurable amounts on three and total.
Ino 0.18 Inch, 0.17 less than the normal for the week, and 0.14 more
than during the preceding week. The mlxlmum temperature was
83', minimum 68 and mean 76.9", 1.1 below the weekly normal, and
0.8" higher than last week's. Easterly winds prevailed on the 18tn,
20th and 21st, and northeasterly on the remaining dates, with an
average hourly velocity for the week of 10.1 miles. The mean dally
relative humidity varied from 64 ' to 80, and the mean for the week
was 69.7' . The mean dally barometer ranged from 29.98 to 30.06
Inches, and the mean for the week. 30.03. was 0.04 Inch above normal.
REMARKS DY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nolo: Tlio figures following tho name of station indicate the dato
wlllt which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII. ,T
Puakea Ranch (20) There were tbreo dnys with rainfall, which
nniimntcd to .01 Inch, .14 more than during tho preceding week. A.
Kohala Mission (21) Showers occurred on two dates nnrt tntnloil
.r.2 Inch, .58 leys than the nvcingc, and .01 moro than last week's.
Tho mean tcmicrnturo was 71.0. Dr. H. 1). Honil.
Kohala Mill (20) The mean temperature was 74.8". Ttnln roll nn
Ihrco dates ami amounted to .42 Inch. .70 below tho average, and .42
less than tho previous week's. T. II. Llllle.
Nlulll (20) Showers occurred on five dates and totaled .58 Inch,
.45 less than List peek's, and .S3 below the average. Tho mcanitcin
pcraturo was 75.0. 1 C. I'aetow,
Honokaa (19) The mean temperature was 73.2, and tho rnlnrall
which occurred on two dates .87 Inch. .25 less tlmn tho average,
and .21 more than the previous week's. Ncvlllo Osborn.
Paauhau (19) Showers (.council on four dales and totaled 1.2S
Inches. .21 Inch abovo the average, and .70 more than last weeks.
Tho mean tuinporatuie was 74.7'. Louis Wilson.
Ookala (20) Tho moan temperature) was 72.8. ttnln foil on six
dales and amounted to 1.9S Inches, .38 Inch less than tho previous
week's, and 17 more than the average. V. 0. Liiwsnn.
Lsupahoehoe (20) Showcis occurred dally and totaled 2.85 Inches,
.Ofi Inch above the nvoingc, and .03 more than during tho preceding
week. K. W. Halliard.
Papaatoa (20) Heavy rains occurred on tho 15th and lighter ones
on four subsequent dates and amounted to 3.70 Inches, 1.G0 moro
than last week's. C. McLennan,
Hcnohlna (19) Showers occunoil on six dates and totaled 2.81
Inches, .49 Inch less tlmn during the preceding week, nnd .61 more
than tho avcrneo James A. I'arker.
'Pepeekeo (20) Tho mean temperature was 74.2. Ilaln fell on
tW dates and amounted to 2.11 inches, .18 Inch less than last week's,
mul a llko amount moro than tho average. 'Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Papalkou (20) Excessively heavy rains occurred on tho 15th nnd
measurahlo amounts on IHo other dates nnd totaled G.E8 inches, 2.12
abovo tho acragc, and 2.18 moro than during tho preceding week.
John T. Mojr.
Hllo (20) The mean temperature wnB 74.1. Measurahlo rainfall
occurred on bIx dates and amounted to .71 Inch, 1.07 below tho avor
ngo, nnd 1.30 less than last week's. I,. C. Lyman,
Ponahawal (20) Hnln fell on six dates and amounted to 1.20 Inches,
.92 Inch less than during tho preceding week. Tho mean tempera
turoiwas 72.0". J. K. Gntnuliclson.
Kapoho (20) Tho mean temporaturo was 7I.S". Thcro wore show
ers ,on flvo dates, amounting to .01 Inch, .58 below the average, and
.09 less than labt week's. II. J. Lyman.
Kealakekua (19) Showers occurred dally and totaled .83 Inch, 1.08
Inches less than during- tho preceding week. Tho mean temperature
was 71.1". L. K. Turner.
Naalehu (19) llaln fell on tho first Tour dates and amounted In
.n Inch, .21 above tho average, and .38 moro than last weok's. C.
Kealakekua (20) Showers occurred on tlneo dntcs and totaled 1.21
Inches, .22 Inch loss than the average, and .03 moro than during the
picceillug week. .Hubert Wullato.
Kealakekua (19) The mean temperature was 70.8". Ilalu fell on
flvo dates and amounted to 2.0 Inches, .28 Inch above tho average,
and .90 more than last week's. Huv. Samuel 11. Davis.
Walkll (20) There was .97 Inch of rainfall on tho 15th, that
nmount moro than during the pieeedlng week. Thu mean tempera
turo'was 01.3. Donald Mncallstcr.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (20) Light "trades" provnlled. with much clear, sunny
weather, .and bIiowuis oh three nights amounting to .77 Inch, .40
below tho uvcrugo, and .51 less than last weok's. Thu mean tern
jicraturo wns 73.(1". 1). I), llaldwln.
Huelo (20) The mean temperature .was 71.7", and tho rainfall,
which occurred on six dates, 1.30 Indies, .61 Inch less than during
'tho preceding week. Jos. L. J'circlrn.
Nahlku (19) IttiliiH occurred dally and totaled 2.27 Inchos, .81
Inch below tho average, and .00 less than latt weck'B. The .menu
toniporatuto wiih 70.1. C. O, Jacobs,
Hana (17) Tho mean tcniporuturo was 75.2". Showers occurred
on threo idatos and totnled .88 Inch, .51 moiu than during tho pie
ceding weolt. Cieo. O. Cooper.
Kahulul (20) There wns .33 Inch of rainfall nn tho 15th .21 Inch
nbove tho aven-go, and .23 more than InBt week's. Tho mean tem
perature was 79.2. J. C. Foss, Jr,
Walluku (20) Tho mean tomimralnro wnB 74.4. '.Showers occurred
on tho first three dates and amounted to .C8 inch, .02 more tlmn dur
ing tho preceding wcok. Iliothcr Frunk.
Kaanapall (20) There was a traco of nilnf.ill on tho lGlli, u de
ficiency nf',15 Inch In tho uverago lalnfnll for tho week. Thu nioaii
temperature was 79.0. dipt. C. V, Turne.
I8LAND.OF OAHU. ,.
Krhuku (21) Tho mean temperature was 77.0". Italn foil on three
dates nnrt amounted to .50 Inch, .20 ubnvo tho uverago, and .11 moio
than last weok's. II. T. Clirlstofferbcn.
Maunawlll Ranch (21) Showers occurred dally and lotnlod ,97
Inch, .02 more than the average, nnd .27 less than tho previous week's.
Tho mean tonipornluio wns 75.1, -John Herd
Walmanalo (21) The mean temperature wns 79,4. Thoro-wns .10
inch of rnlnfull on tho 21st, -.22 less than the nvorngo, mid .04 more
than Inst weok's. A. Irvine.
Luakaha (21) Italn fell on flvo dates at tho upper station amount
ing t,o 1.92 luetics, 1..C1 less tliau.lust week's; mid at the lowor station
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, 110 NINE
An Imitation has been received by
Mr. Trendvvay from the Knunl Athletic
Association iixlilng tho Kclo team to
visit Kauai and play gamo thcro on
Thursday. Tho plan was to charter u
boat for tho trip and leave hero Wed
nesday night, returning Friday morn
ing In tl mo for the Kclo nine to play
IIh Saturday game.
This plan was talked over at length
with tho Jn pa iioxo committee, and It
wns llnally decided not to make tho
trip bccnuio tho Kclo team Is up
against It for pitchers. The Kelossny
that both Fiikudn and Sugnso uro not
In the best of condition mid that Ishl
knwa Is Ihc only good mnn left to do
the twirling for the train.
Tim committee nlno announces that
tho Kclo nine 1ms received un Invita
tion tit play at Hllo, but can not mako
arrangements for tho trip on account
of their departure for homo next week.
GOOD GAME PLAYED
DOWN AT WAIALEE
There was n good baseball game out
at Walalco Saturday, when the 'home
team handed out n packago of white
wash to the Uvvc-ka-Ilnno nine, beat
ing that aggregation by 2 to 0 after a
very exciting contest.
The boys nt the Industrial School
have formed ft" lengue of threo tennis,
tho Fenr-Nnts being the other nine.
Tho Wnlaleo team took tho first scries
nnd Is now In tho lead for .tho second
leg of tho tourney.
Tho gamo Saturday was a fast one,
and the rooters wore kept busy all tho
time. Win. Chnmborlan wa In tho
box for tho victorious team and pitch
ed n good game. Ho was well received
behind the plate by I.lllnoc.
The lineup of the teams was as fol
Wolalec We Llllnoe, c.; W. Chnm
bcrlnln, p.; F. Cnmaclfo (captain), lb.;
J. K. Kuohn, 2b.; 11. S Halsey, 3b.; T.
Tlowc, ss.; I. Kcoho, rf.; 11. Morse, cf.;
M. C. Ollvelrn. If.
Uwo-ka-Hono r. Foe, c.: C. Y. Al
onn, A. K. Kane, p.; A. K. Knnc, C. Y.
Alona, lb.; A. Klonn, 2b.; B. Aklnn,
3b.; I.. Kulaluhl, ss.; Kchaulanl, rf.;
N. Parker, cf.; Wm, Kalahaalevva, If.
Time of gaiife, l hour 10 minutes;
scorer, CIco. Kalllvvnl.
TO RUN AT MAUI
Tho following clipping shows why
Jnckson did not meet tho winner of
tho mnruthou raco at Walluku July
Fourth. It appeared In tho Maul
Nows, nnd rends ns follows:
When Nlgol Jnckson was hero on
tho 'Fourth of July ho wns bo full ho
almost exploded. Wherever Jackson
was thoro also was a hot wave. When
Iho ten-mllo raco was pulled off ho
wanted to run, but ho know well
enough ho could not run In tho race,
licnco his bluff. Tho ovcnlng of tho
Fourth ho was blowing nbout Ill's
ability ns n runner In tho presence,
of an Advertiser man and n repre
sentative of tho Maui riows. Ho was
offorcd u chanco to show .tho color of
his money on tho spot to raco against
the winner of tho morning raco, hut
pleaded that ho had no ready money.
Ho was Informed that ho could bo ac
commodated tho noxt day, but tho
next day novor enmo with Jackson.
Now ho goes to Honolulu and Alls tho
local sport writers. Somo good was
accomplished, linwover, us Jackson
wns mighty tamo during tho balance
of'hlu stay on Maul, Jackson was u
good runner onco, but ho should let
It go at that nnd not keep trying to
fill everybody up with what ho can
do now, when ,wo all know ho is a
' , M XI .8
On July 15, Victoria won lis gamo
fmm Seattle by 'tho closo score of ft
to 4, after an excltlnggumc. Kurchner
.... . .. . i m i ,t
loinuiig i.ui menus, i.it less iimu inning mw ph;vv.i...b
.71 Inch below Iho nverugo. I A. Moore.
Ewa (22) Tho moan temporaturo wiib 78 8". There was n traco
of rnlnfall .OS Inch below tho average, and .09 less than -last weok'B.
R. Mullor. , .
Walanae (21) Rainless weather continued. ,a deficiency of .08 Inch
in avcrngo rnlnfall for tho week.' The mean tompornturo was 79.8 .
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (21) Showers occurred on tho last flvo dutos ,nnd tutuled
.41 jnch, .07 more than last .week's', and .01 less than 'Iho nvorngo. Tho
mean temperature .was ,74.7".-rL. II. Rorolko.
Kealla (21) Tho mean 'temperature was 70.7. Rain foil on two
dntcs and amounted to .40 Inch, that nmount 'more than 'tho previous
weok's, and '02 nhovo (ho nversge. Makoo Sugar Co.
Llhue (21) Showers occurred on flvo dntoa nnd totalod .41 inch,
.33 less than during tho preceding week. The menu tompciutuio was
70.2. Llhuo Plantation Co.
Koloa (21) Tho mean lompcrnturo was 75.8'. Rnln fell on bIx
dntcs nnd amounted to .95 Inch, .37 less than lust week's, and .02
below tio average ThotKoloa Sugar Co.
Eleele '(21) Showers nccuireil on four dales and totaled .19 Inch,
.00 more than tho average, and .01 less than (luring the preceding
wcck.-iMcUrydo Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAL
Mapulehu -.Ranch (21) Tho mean temperature was 77.4. "Measura
ble rnln fell on threo dates and n traco on one totaling .24 Inch, .33
less than during Iho preceding week. C. C. Conrndt.
Molokal Ranch (21) Showers occurred on two dates nnd amounted
to ,07 Inch, .20 less than tho average. Tho mean "temperature was
78.0. L. 11. Nov In.
WM. B. BTOCKMAN,
i . , , . . . , j, , ' Section Director.
i'vrrT ;' ,..........
The Japanese fans say they will still
hoytott tho Athletic l'ark, nnd that It
will apply to the Cnvalry-Kclo gnmo
tomorrow If tho protest docs not favor
the Kclo nine.
This goes to show that they are n
poor bunch of sports. Sin-it of tlieni
scarcely know the game, and they nro
tho ones who urn keeping tho tru'o Jap
anese sports nvvny from tho park.
Lust Sunday several hundred Nip
ponese enmo up 'from the country to
seo 'the game, only to llnd that they
could not enter the grounds owing to
tho presence of n bunch of soreheads,
who wcro on guard outsldo tho park
nnd stopped every oi.o of their coun
trymen who was on his way to 'the
It -was discouraging to tho Japanese
who bad made the trip lipcountry, but
there 'was such u mob In the neigh
borhood of'llio Athletic Park that thcro
was no other alternative than remain
on tho outside.
There Is no doubt that tho protest
will not result In favor of the JCclns,
nnd tho Japanese nlll-probablynotba
present nt the games.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho Walluku team contains many
old-timers nnd Is nnxlous Jto meet nny
of tho other teams on the Island. The
team is as follows: llooknno, c;
Meyer, p; Dal, lb; Ciavvford, 2b;
Hose, 3b; Correa, ss; llcnto, If; Do
Mcllo, cf; Kaalnl, rf.
Tho Hawaii team pul up n good play
In its gamo Sunday, when W. Desha
forced Fukuda to throw down to first
to catch him off tho bag In tho sixth
inning, when Drelcr was on second.
Ho did throw, and Drelcr got safe to
third on tho play, while. Desha reached
second snfcly, too.
"Hclno" Raphael mado his Initial
two-bagger In tho gamo Sunday. Ho
picked out ono that went Into deep
center. It was a treat to sco him
run to second. He did somo good
slugging1, getting two hits besides. I
. ."T-" 1
Franco and (Jniiungworth strength
cned the weak spots on tho Hawaiian
team Sunday, "Khldo" coming in for
assists in two doublo plajs during Hid
Sugasc, tho "giant" pitcher on Iho
Kclo team, drew much attention along'
mo concners line sunuay. no wore
a smiling faco throughout 'tho gamo.
Lota was allttlo off In his pitching
Sunday. Ho allowed tho Kclos to get
boven hits off him, but struck out four
Just nt tho critical moments of tho
Tho Hawaiian tcamplayod nn error
less gamo Sunday, tho first of Its kind.
All tho boys played togother well
Drelcr was extra good at first.
Tho rain enmo down during the
fifth and eighth Innings Sunday, which
mado It hard on tho pltchors. Hero Is
what tho pitchers did with tho bull:
I.ota found tho ball wet and so 'man
aged to find a dry spot on his stocj
lugs to wlpo, tha ball on; Fukuda got
tho bull wet too, and ho wiped it on
tho dirt, which .was also .wot.
Eddlo Fernandez was at tho ball
park Bun(fay"wltti his moving picture
machine, taking tho Kcto-Iluwall
Ulll Rico Is a funny chap. Ho al
ways 1ms suspicions on tho bats.-Jor
ovcry tlmo ho ls-ondcck ho .mingles
mound every bat on tho pllo before
ho finally picks ono out. iBvcn tlmn
iho comes back nftor ono strtko and
changes bats. '
It is claimed that 'the local Japuncso
committee indvlBed.itho Kolos to forj
felt tho gamo last 'Wednesday on ncJ
count of thoojnpancso fans on the
Kwa bleachers shouting out that thny
would'klll tho players If they wcnt.out
to play again. Thia-ls'one mf thu
.. l.. 11... .HiMnillntr YlWPlf llllfl
ut ill na uubiius
Was Charter Member of Hono-i
lulu Fire Department.
The death of nnnthcr pioneer to lla
woll must bo recorded. James W
Mcdulro died nt his son's home, nt
Kaplolanl Park lost night about six
o'clock. Ho liad been III for a ImiR
time, and his advanced ago, ho be
ing over eighty, added to Iho dccllna
of tho pioneer.
Mr. McOutro was ono of tho first
arrivals In California when guld wit-)
the object that brought ninny from
'tho cast. Ho remained In Iho (lolden
State for about six jears and thou
enmo to Hnwull, serving on tho ship
that brought him as third onicorv
onnruy nucr ms arrival ncro hu took
a hand In the forming of'the Honolulu
Fire Department, and Tor fifteen ycara
held the isisltlnu of flro marshal. ,
Ho leaves a widow, flvo sons and
four dnuglitors, . also twoiity-thrccj
grandchildren nnd flvo great grand-
ichlldrcn. Tho boiis nio J. W. I.. Mci
(Intro. J. A. McHnIre, T. C. McQulrpj
unnrics s. Mciiuire nnd Fred K. Mc-
Oulrc. Thu dnughtcrs are Mrs. W,
von ear, .Mrs. m. uaiton, Mrs, ur.
INoblo and Mi's. Otto Rose.
Tho funeral will bo held this after-;
noon from Wllllnms undertaking es
tablishment and the remains will bo
burled In ,tho plot of tho old volun
teer lire department In Nuiinuu ceme
tery. Tho pallbearers will bu old
members of that department: ,
FANDOM AT "RANDOM
Jlmmtc Fitzgarnld, tho champion
flftccu-mlto runner, wns at tho (mil
gninn Sunday, and he enjoyed tho
'match very much.
Koyamn, tho star baiter on tho Kclo
nine, mado his first en or Sunday,
when ho mado a long chnso nftcr
Maukhanl's fly. It wns tho first ball
ever fumbled by any of tho Kclo out
fielders. Not a slnglo Kclo player succeeded
In stealing n huso on Lota In Sunday's
game. Franco was on tho alert all
tho tlmo to cutch any ono trying to
mako an attempt to steal second.
nilUSSKI.S, July 17. The Belgian
nvlntor, Ollcslagcrs, lu a monoplane,
today mado a flight of 020 kilometers
(388 miles) at the acrodromo without
n stop. This beats tlio world's record
for distance lu un' uninterrupted flight
held by Tnbutcau, SGI kilometers (302
GIRL 'AWAKENS 'FROM
THREE MONTHS' NAP
Surprised When Told Length
of Slumber; Says She
VANDALIA. III., July 16. Waking of!
her own accord early this morning utul
remaining awake an hour mid a half,!
Mlsh ilnsel Schmidt, daughter of for
mer Alderman Cicorgo Schmidt, learn
ed that she bud been asleep just threo
"I can't realize, this Is true," shosuld;
I can't sco how I could possibly have
slept till this time. I don't feci ono blt
bad over It and I know I would)bo all
right ngaln If I could only stay awake."
She suffers no pain now. Her uppc-i
tlte N good nnd she htiM gained llcsh
within tho last week. Tho iittenillni;
physician sayb that ho believes tho girl
will bo up and around within the next
three weeks. N
' WOMAN OF CLOTHES
Bowl of Spoon She Holds Is
Melted by Bolt. j
nilOVKIt. Colo.. July 1C Mrs. Hen-i
rletta WIIkoii, living ten miles nortli-.
west of drover, wns struck by llght-
nlng yesterday afternoon. Kvery stitch
of her clothing nnd her shoes wero
torn from her body. The bolt melted
the bowl of a spoon sIio'wiih holding in
her band, leaving tha handlo In her
grasp. Not a murk wns innilo on her
body, 'Hho was unconscious for some
The engagement of Miss Knthcrlna
Hrovvn, granddaughter of former Sen
ator Henry O. Davis of West Virginia,
to Lieutenant Chester 1'. Harnett, U.
S. A.. Is announced.
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afely within. The hood is alio splendid
to hold a comforter if you want to dark
en the bed for baby's steep, er to pre
vent draughts of cold air.
Notice that "THE TAYLOR NUR-.
SERY" Is high. It goes over the
Mother's bed, and the frame slide un
derneath, taking up no room. I
THERE'S A 8ANITARY NIGHT
BOX at one side of the bed In which
to keep clean napkins, powder, andoth.
er baby toilet articles. The Night Box
has a lid, so that soiled napkins can
be doted In tightly, thus avoiding
odors and the necettlty of mother get-'
ting out of bed after she hat retired.
7 - 4-' ,:" -1-" -
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Tho Pioneer number"
182 Merchant Street Phone 1931
8ucceuora to Shaw & Seville
KINQ'.STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P. O. Box 4S1
Regal Shoe Store,
tmer-lsland und O. It. ft U Shipping
books, for salo. at the It u 1 1 e 1 1 n
oilleo, t0n loh
2185 editorial rooms .350
business oflkc. These are (ho tele
phone numbers of tlio 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
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Emma, Abovo Vineyard
Patronized by perbont of
refinement. Idioms nlnglo
or en suite, vvllh ur vvllh-
MISS JOHNSON, Prop."
, FOR SPEED WORK
We have a number of 'Kodaks
and Cameras especially adapted
for motion work where the great
est spcod is required.
Let ut tell you about thete
lilgh-tpeed Kodaks and Camorai.
Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT ST., BELOW HOTEL
ban u lilgh glass finish and the
best wearing finalities.
w. r. fulli: & co.'s puhe
rilUPAIlKD PAINT Is In ovcry
respect tho most dtunhkj and
biitisfnclory paint you inn use. '
Lewers & Cooke.
177 South KlnaN8lreet
BANZAI SHOE STOrtP.
Beretanla 8treet, Near Nuuanu
,vtrM HONOLULU,, H.T., ., ',
Fort Street Near Beretanla
BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
pSRMI BtNJAMIN C0MP0l!l!
IIherbalo tmm I
. I Cure Constipation. flHRT I
M.k.s New, lllch JMj .
I Stomach and Liver iflak I
I Regulator. flHR I
I Cures tha Kidneys. AjyrKy
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