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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1911.
Geary Street, shore Union Squate
Jul! opposite llottl Si. Fundi
Eoroorsn Plan SI .60 a Jay up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
tags cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rate j. Omnibus
mecti all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawrts" A. U. C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
F ACINI! the beautiful pur
In th heart of tho cllj,
which Is tho thrntro (if
Hie p.tntlpnl events nl
the famous frslhals of Sua
Francisco, this hold, In en
vironment and atmosphere, ci
presses most plenum I If the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. ' The royalty and nohllllr oi
the Old World und the Far
East and the men of high
achievement la America Mho
assemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of an
Institution nhteli represents
Hie hospitality and ludlildnnl
Ity of Sun Francisco to the
The hulldlnft, nlilrli marks
Ike furthest ailtnnre of sclenco
In sen Ire, has now tho largest
rapacity of any hotel structure
In the West, and upon coiiiplc
lion of the Post street annex
will be the largest enraranscrj
In tho world.
whim: tiik skkvicejh cn-
USUAL, THE v.PltlCES AUK
European PUn'from $2.00 U
Emma, Abovo Vineyard
Patronized by persons of
rt'llncnient. nonius sIiikIo
or en unite, with or wllh-
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
KPHNl) Till: LAST OK YOUIl
THE WATER. IS KIND NO CORAL
JN THU SAND
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Agents For .
r INGLENOOK WINES
We deliver to any part of the
HP BK -
M WAIK1KI INN
Mfc Phone 2026., ,Pf 0. Box 488
ffc CIGAR HOW Is
BP. sf . A. OUHST 00 , areata
WM' , Inter-Island mid 0. It. a. I. tripping
HL, books for cale at the li u 1 1 e 1 1 o
HL office, COo each.
Pioneer) and Lenders in
the Automobile Builnesi
ARontit for aucb well-known eara
m Packard, Pnpc-llnrtford, Htovens
Uurjca, Cndllliic, Thonins Flyer,
llulck, Overland, linker Kleclrlc, anil
Supplies & Repairing
..For th. DCST RENT CARS In th
city, ring up
OLDOMODILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANOAULET, No. 6841
C. H. BEHN
8UHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Horses, Mules and
DRIVING, SADDLE ANW WORK
YOUNG MULES BROKEN TO
The BICYCLE .DEALER and II-
FAIRER, has moved to '
180 KINO STRUT
New location Red front, nssu
young Building. Telephone 2518.
S. I. YAMATOYA
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
218 FORT ST., ABOVE BERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretsnfa Streets
FINE LINE OF DRY QOODS
WAII YING CHONG
Kinu Street, Ewa Fiihmarket
Wing Chong Go.
KINU M- NEAR BETHIL o
Sealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
to., etc. AU kinds of KOA and Mil
WON FURNITURE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality Can s
SANG CHAN ,
MO CANDLESS BLDG. ,
P. 0. Box 001 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL QOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
811 Nuuanu. near Kins; Street
Fine' Line of
At the New Hardware Stors
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
Heavy mint occurred on Kauai toward the end of the week, with
amounts above the average at all stations having a record of ten or
more years. On the remaining Islands the rainfall was light, and be.
low the average at practically all stations.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall for the week, In
Inches, In the different districts of the several Wands: HAWAII
North Kohala 0.15 to 0.18, Hamakua 0.09 to 0.14, North Hllo 0.33 to
0.S6, South Hllo 0 27 to 0.57, Puna 0.10 to 0.90, Kau 0.00 to 0.70, South
Kona 0.36, North Kona 0.88, and South Kohala 0.14; MAUI Makawao
0.32 to 0.68, Hana 1.31, Walluku trace to 0.34, and Lahalna trace;
OAHU Koolauloa 0.43, Koolaupoko 0.21 to 0.77, Honolulu 0.16 to
1.22, Ewa 0.31, Walanae 0.29, and Walatua 0.06; KAUAI Hanalal
2.08, Knwalhan 2.70, Llhue 2.76, Koloa 3.27 to 4.16, and Walmea 295;
and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.07 to 0.56.
The following are the departures from the average for the week, for
ten or more years, In the several districts In Inches: HAWAII
Ncrth Kohnla 0.94 to 0.95, Hamakua 0.98, North Hllo 0.85 to
2.46, South Hllo 1.81 to" 2.59, Puna 1.12, Kau 0.44 to 40.50,
South Kona 1.10, and Ncrth Kona 0.88; MAUI Makawao 0.91,
Hana 1.74, Walluku 0.05, and Lahalna 0.15; OAHU Koolauloa
i0.07, Koolaupoko 0.11 to 0.18, Honolulu 0.19 to 105, Ewa
40.23, and Walanae 40.21; 'KAUAI Hanalel 41.00, Kawalhau 42.32,
Koloa 43.14 to 43.19, and Walmea 42.71; and MOLOKAI Molokal
The mean temperatures were 1.0 to 2.0 higher than those of the
preceding week In portions of the North Kohala and Hamakua dis.
trlcts of Hawaii and the Walluku of Maul. In the Kawalhau district
of Kauai and the Walanae of Oahu and portions of the Walluku of
Maul they were 1.0" to 2.0" lower than last week's. In tho remain.
Inn parts of the Section the changes were slight.
Kohala Mill, Hawaii, reports that the district was enveloped In
dense smoke On the 27th. A thunderstorm prevailed at Laupahoehoc,
Hawaii, on the 26th, with strong "trades" on the 27th.
The following table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall tor the principal Islands and for the Group;
Hawaii 73.3' ' 0.41 Inch
Maul 74.9 0.40 Inch
Oahu 77.0' 0.50 Inch
Kauai 75.2 2.99 Inches
Molokal 78.2" 0.32 Inch
Entire Group ...... 74.9 0.82 Inch
At the local office of the United States Weather' Bureau In Hono.
lulu cloudy, muggy weather obtained, with high humidity and light
winds rendering the weather oppressive and debilitating. The maxl.
mum temperature was 81, minimum 69V and mean 77.2', 0.9 lower
than the normal for the week, and 0.3 higher than that of the pre.
ceding week. Measurable amounts of rainfall occurred on four dates
and totaled 0.16 Inch, 0.19 below the weekly normal, and 0.02 less than
last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied from 67 4 to
80, and the mean for the week was 72.3. The winds were light
and variable and mostly northeasterly and easterly winds on the 28th,
and northeasterly on the remaining dates, with the small average
hourly velocity for the week of 6.0 miles. The mean dally barometer
ranged from 29.92 to 30.00, and the mean for the week, 29.96, was
0.03 Inch below normal.
REMARKS DY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nolo: Tlio figures following tho name of station lndlcuto tho dato
with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Kohala Mission (28) Showers occurred on tlirco Oaten and totaled
AS Inch, .95 below tho avcriiBO, nml .37 less limi last week's. The,
nicim tempcrnturo whs 73.8. Dr. I). D. Bond.
Kohala Mill (27) The mean tcnipgraturo was 7r.2. Itnln fell pn
four dates nml ilinouiiled to .18 Inch, ,21 less than tho previous wcok'B,
and .94 below tho average. T. II. I.llllo.
Nlulll (27)J-8huwcrs nceuncdiun three dates and totaled .17 Inch,
.41 less than last week's, and .III' below tho average. Tho mean tcm
pdruturo wus "C.7,.J-F. 0. Paetowy , , i
Honokaa (26) Tho menu temperntura was 73.0. Ilnlnifell pn two
dlttcs mid amounted to .14 Inch, .98 below the average, and .73 less
than tho previous week's. Neville Osborn, .( .,,;, r, i. . ,
Paauhau (24) There was .(in Inch of lalnrnll, "O-tlic 22nd, .98 polow
Ili6 average, end l.tfl Inches less than laBt wee''. 'The mean tem
perature -vvna 7B.S. Iiuls Wilson. ' , . , ik
Ookala (271 Tho mean tomporatitrc ,wns 73.4. Haln .fpll on tlirco
dates and ntnounted to .90 Inch, Jlo below tho nvorago, and 1.02 Inches
less thnn tlio previous weok's. W, O. Lawson. , , t
Laupahoehoe (27) Hhowcrs occurred on tho first throo latoH,and
totaled .33 Inch, 2.52 Inches less than during tho prccodlng week, and
2.1U below tho average. E. W. Uarniird. ' ,,
Papnaloa (27) There wns .C3 Inch of rainfall on the 21st, 3.05
Inches Ic'ss than tho previous week')!. C. McLennan.
Honohlna (26) Showers occurred on tho first four dates and totaled
.75 Inch, 1.45 Inches below tho average, and 2.0C less than during tlio
preceding week. James A, Parker.
Hakalau (27) Tho mean temperature wns 73.4. Itnln fell on four
dates and amounted to .27 Inch, 1.91 Inches less than tho avorago for
the week. J. Frasor.
Pepeekeo (27) Showers occurred on bIx dates und totaled .12 Inch,
1.99 Inchos less than last wook'h, and 1.81 below tho average. Tho
mean temperature was 74.8", I'cpcckco Sugnr Co.
Papalkou (27) Thuio woro four days with rainfall, which amounlol
to .57 Inch, 2.5'J Inches below tho average, itml 5.01 less thnn during
tho preceding week. John T. Slolr.
Hllo (27) The mean temperature was 75.1. Mensurable ruin fell
on four dates and amounted to .11 Inch, .311 less than last week's, and
1.97 Inches below tho average. 1. C. Lyman.
Kapoho (27) Showors occurred on tho llrut two dates and totaled
.10 Inch, .51 Ichs than tho provious weok's, and 1.12 Inches below tho
nvernge. Tho mean temperature was 75.0. II. J. Lyman.
Kaueleau (26)-rTho mean tcmpcraluro was 71.3. Rain fell on tho
first Tour dates und amounted to .'JO Inch, .07 juoca than during tho
preceding veck. I,. V. Turner. ' ,
Pahala (22) Thcio was .70 Inch of rainfall on tho ICth, .50 mora
than the avoingo for tho week. Tho mean temperature was 73.0.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Naalehu (26) There was no rainfall, ,r,s Inch less than during tho
preceding wcok, and .11 below tho nvciaco. C. Henry Wlilto.
Kealakekua (27) Slum era oceuircd on two dutcs and. totaled .3C
Inch, .88 loss thnn tho provious week's, and 1.10 Inches below the,
average Hobert Wallnco,
Kealakekua (26) Tho mean tcmpcratuio was 70.1 , and tho rain
fall which occimed on four dates .88 Inch, that umoiint bolnw tho
average, nml 1.10 Inches less Ihan last week's. Itov. Sumuul II. Davis.
Walkll (27) Khowics occurred on tho last two dates and totalod .11
Inch, .83 less than during Ihu preceding week. TJio mean tempcrn
turo was 01.2". Donald Macnllster.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (27) Light "trades" pioyallcd, with much clear, sunny
weather, and t bowers on four dales tumiunlli to .32 Inch, .45 less
than last week's, and .91 below tho nvcingc. Tho menu tcuipernliiro
wns 73.S D. D. Tlnlilwln.
Huelo (27) Tho mean tenipernturo was 72.2. Itnln foil on tho
first (lvo dates nml amounted to .08 Inch, that amount less than during
tho preceding week. Jus. I Kerrclra.
Nahlku (26) Showors occurred dully and totaled 1.34 Inches, 1.74
below tho avcrago nml .93 Inch, less Han last week's. Tho menu tcm
pi'ratnro was 70.0". C. O. Jacobs.
Kshulul (27) The moan tcmpcratuio was 77.4. Thcro was .01 Inch
of rnlnall on tho 21st. .29 less than tho picvlous week's, and .05
below tho nvorago. J, C. Fuss, Jr. .
Walluku (27) There was a trnco of rainfall, .08 Inch less than ilui
Ing tho preceding weok. Tlio moan tcinpoitiluro was 70.1 Ilrother
Kaanapall (27) Tho mean temporatuio wns 79.0, nnd thorn wub a
trace of rainfall, tho hiiiiio as lust week's, and .15 Inch less than thu
avorugu. Capt. C. F. Turuo.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (28) Tho mean temperature was f7.0. Itnln fell ou flvo
dates nnd amounted to ,43 Inch, .07 moio than tho avcrago, and .13
less thnn last weok's. R. T. Chrlstoffeisen
Maunawlll Ranch (28) Showers ocriiucd dally nnd totaled .77
Inch, .20 less thnn tho previous week's, nml ,18 below tho uvoiago.
Tho mean teinpcmttiio wns 70.0. John Held.
Walmanalo (28) Tho mean Icmiicrntuio was 79.2, and tho inln
fnll which occurred on two dnles 21 Inch .11 Icbs than the avor
agc. niul a llko amount moio Ihan last week's. A, Irvluo.
Luakaha (28) Showers occuried on thico datos at tho upper Btu
tlnn amounting to 1,05 Inches, .87 Inch less than last woek's; and 'it
the lower station tolnllng 1.22 Inches, 1,05 below tho nvernge, and
.31 Inch less Ihan during tho piececllng week. I.. A. Mooro.
Ewa (2!)) Tho menu temperature was 7S.i. Rain foil on threo
dates and nmnimtPil to .31 Inch, that ninnimt mnro thnn Inst weok's,
mid .23 nlinvo the nveiagc. H. Muller.
Walanae (28) Showers oceiiriod on the lust two ilatoa and totaled
.29 Inch, that amount moio than the proiious week's, and .21 abovo
tlio ucrago. Tho lucun Icuipcraluto was 77.8. F. Meyor.
Schofleld Barracks (28) Tho monn temperature wiih 73.5. Mea
oiirablo rainfall nrcurrod on four diiles nnd totaled .00 Inch, .05 less
than during the pieccdlng week. Wallnco DoWIlt, Major Med. Coips.
I8LAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (28) Itnln fell on four dates nnd nmounted to 2.08 Itu-licn.
l.oi) Inch above tho nvernge, and l.CI Inches more than last week's.
Tho mean temporntuio wns 75.2. I.. B. Ilorclko.
Kealla (28) Tho mean tempcrnturo wns 75.2. Il-iln tell on tho
Inst two dntoi nnd amounted to 2.70 Inches, 2.32 tilnito tlio 'avcrago,
and 2.30 nmro thnn the previous wcek'B. Mnkeu fc'oTtr C..
Llhue (28) Showers occurred on four ilntes and ho ivy rnlns on
Iho 2Slh nnd totaled 2.70 inches, 2.35 more thnn ilui.lu;; the preceding
week. The menu temperature wns 75.5; l.thuo l'l'tiit-itb n Co.
Koloa (28) Tho mean tcmpcraluro was 75.0. It.ilu fell on Ave
dates, heavy on tho last two, nnd amounted to I.1G Inrli-n, 3.19 almvo
the average, and 3.21 more than Inst, week's. Tlio Knln.i Sugnr Co.
Eleele (28) Bhbwurs occurred oh four dates anil totaled 3.27 Inches,
3.11 abovo the average, and 3.08 more Ihan during the preceding
week.1 McBrydo Sugnr Co.
Makawell (28) Tho mean trmiornture was 74.5. Showers oc
curred on two dntcs nnd cxrcsilvoly heavy rnlns on tho 281b. mid
amounted to 2.95 Inches, 2,71 inoro thnn Iho average. Hawaiian
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (28) Tho mean temperature was 77.8. Men
Hirahlc rain fell on four ilntes nnd totaled .50 Inch, .32 moio than
during the preceding week. C. C. Conradt.
Molokal Ranch (28) Thcro was .07 Inch of raln'nll, on the 27lh, Hie
same amount as Inst week's, nnd .20 less than tho avcrago. Tho mean
tempcrnturo wns 78.5. L. B. Novln. ......,
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Al Knufinan may bo seen In tho
ring again against Hill Lang or Jack
Lester In Sydney some time In Octo
ber. Hugh Mcintosh, tho noted Aus
tralian promoter, has offered Kaufman
$r,000 to box cither of these two men
during that mouth.
It Is believed now that he will tnko'
the opportunity and ngruo to light for(
According to Melntosh'H offor, Kauf
man Is wanted In tho Land of tho Knn
gnroo wn time about tho middle of
September. Tills menu). Hint ho will
have to leuvo the States somo thno In
Knufinan Is fur from being In tho
down nnd out clnss. even If the flremnn
from Colorado did hnng one on his
point n few weckn ngo. Tho big Call-J
fornlun atlll looms up ns ono of thO
rrnl, Icglthnuto wlilto hopes, nnd If hot
gets nn even lirenK 110 ugurcs in neat
nny of them with the posMblo excep
tion of the two mighty black men,
J0I111K011 nnd Ijuigford.
The cbanccf nrpJthn,t Kaufmnn will
ilgbt I10U1 Lang nnd Lester If hpi ever
'sets foot on .Australian soli. Oyer In
.tho kungnrop country they Btlll look
upon their champion, 'jjuig, as n ver
itable, demon. He bent Lester ery
handily three months ngo, though tbp
latter was making n great showing up
to, tho time of tho unexpected ending
of tho mill.
Knufinan met nnd nested Lang In a
10-round bout In New York Inst fall.
Slnco that time ho hns been regarded
as tbp uinnlcr of, tho Australian, lit
least by, oil the American funs. Thoso
who euw. that particular battle ngreedj
that big Al would hnvo made a clean
knockout had the bout been scheduled
to go twenty rounds Instead of ten.
If tho Callfornlnn goes to Australia
tho heavyweight division will bo kept
busy over there. According to tlio
latest London ndvlccs, Mcintosh lias
already signed Johnson to light Lang
In Sydney next April. However, If
Knufinan should beat tho Australian In
tho meantime ho would certainly liavo
first call on the Mack champion.
PLAYGROUNDS FOR CHINESE.
Much Interest has developed In An
lung lutely with regard to parks and
playgrounds for thu Chinese. There
wns so much dlscii'idon during tho re
cent plague with regard to the general
health of the community that dellnlto
steps huvo been taken toward provld
Ing reerpntlon facilities. A largo tract
of land has been secured by public sub
scription nnd ext.nslvo Improvements
are being made. Driveways uro bolng
built and ten-bouses and other plnccs
of entertainment tiro being erected, und
It Is Mild that the recreation grounds
will Include a tennis court. Last Sep
tember tho local Chlncso oMlcluls wero
furnished with nn Inti renting number
of the Cincinnati Mngardne, Issued last
summer, which gnve pictures and In
formation with regard to tho excellent
parks and playgrounds which that city
bad provided. The need of such facil
ities at Antimg wns suggested nt the
The question of providing recrentlon
pnrks fur tho Chinese Is ono of tho ut
most Importance. Tho Chinese dwell
ings tiro generally close and poorly
ventilated and usually huddled togeth
er in 11 congested muss, und few sail
Itary measures huvo been taken, us a
1 ale. It follows that the health of thn
Chlncso Is serlniihly Impaired, und open
parks and squares nro needed In most
of tho largo cities. Tlio Chlnesa are
coining to realize this fact, and with
tho many reforms nnd Improvements
which aro now taking place In China
the question of providing pnrks nnd
plnygrniirids will not, It Is believed, lie
With tho growth of recrentlon
grounds, gymnasiums, and other Mich
places for physical Improvement will
rnnio a demand for foreign sporting
goods, lockers, und many of thq catch
penny devices which nro now mnniifnc -
tared for places, of gcnernl amuse -
Mayor flnynnr hlloves that bridge
tolls In Now York City aro a useless
relic and has recommended to the
bridge commissioner their abolition.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIRST AMERICAN 8AVINGS AND
TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD.
Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of ) ss.
Cecil 1)1 own nnd L. T. Peck, each be
Ing duly sworn, depose and say that
thry uro respectively tho President and
Cashier or The First American Savings
& Trust Co. of Hawaii, Ltd., and that
tho following schedule Is u full, true.
Just und iiccuruto stutcmeiil of tho nf-
ralrs f tlio ijahl The First American
Suvlngs & Trust ,Co. of Hawaii, Ltd.,
to und Including, tho IlOtti day of June,
ioil, such schedule being required by
Section 2588 of tho Ilcvltscd I-nvs of tho
Territory of Hawaii.
The authorized capital of tho com
pany Is 1200,000.00, divided Into 2000
shares nt tho par value of 1 100.00 each.
Tho number of shares Issued Is 2000.
Fifty per cent., equal to 1100,000.00, has
been paid In on the slock, leaving J100,
000.00 subject to be called III.
Thu liabilities of thu company on tho
llrst day of January, 1911, wero as fol
lows: Capital paid up .'.$100,000 00
Undivided prollts .. 28,G37.35
The iisscts of tho company on tho
llrst day of January, 1911, were us fol
Bills receivable $U3,t::0.11
Bonds 278,722 00
Ileal estate 37,020.50
Cash on hand und In bank 2S.001.39
Interest accrued 7,638.63
1 'I T. PECK.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
Ibis 25th day of July, 1911.
(Heal) FHANK F. FL'RNANDCS,
Notary Public, First Judlclul Circuit
I hereby certify tho ubovu to bo a
true und correct copy of tho original
schedule filed In tho olllco of tho Trcus
urcr of tho Territory of Hawaii.
FRANK F. FERNANDAS,
Notary Public, First Judlclul Circuit,
T. II. 492-7t
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The underslgiiqil, having been up
pointed Administrator of tho K.itutc of
it. y. Million, (k), dcccabcit, hereby
gives notice to nit creditors of said L.
W. Mallolo to present their claims to
hhii, at the olllco of Magonii & Weav
er, duly authenticated, and with proper
vouchers, If any exist, even If tlio claim
bo secured by mortgugo on real cstute,
within six months from tills date, or
they will be forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu, July 31, 1911.
IJUBN P. LOW,
Administrator of tho Estate of L. W.
492 July 31; Aug. 3, 10. 17, 24.
Successors to 8haw A Ssvllls
KING OTREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phono 3085 P. O. Box 481
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on alt kinds of
ConcreU Work 8pollty
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A hlgh-clnss Family nml Tourist Hotel.
Unit block from Columbia Theater,
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