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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, MAR. 6, 1912,
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HONOLULU, T, H., March 4, 1912.
The rainfall wm below the average for the week on Kauai, and
Oahu, and In the Hana and Walluku districts of Maul, and ths North
Koliala, Puna and Konas and portions of'the North Hllo, Hamakua and
South Hllo districts of Hawaii. It was above the average on Molokal,
In the Makawao and Lahalna districts of Maul, and the Kau, and parts
of the South Hllo, North Hllo and Hamakua districts of Hawaii.
The following are the total amounts o'f rainfall for the week In the
different dlotrlets of the several Wands In Inches: HAWAII North
Kohala 0.89 to 1.22, Hamakua 1.29'to 2.23, North Hllo 2.64 to 4.61, South
Hllo 2.69 to 12.64, Puna 1.77, Kau 3.1S to 3 92.1 South Kona 0.53, ami
North Kona 0.24; MAUI Makawao2.22 to 2.32, Hana 1'.31 to 4.36,
Wallukii 0.26 to 0.38, and Lahalna 1.77; OAHU Koolauloa 0 36. Koo.
laupoko 0.16 to 1.42, Honolulu 0.19 to 1.52, Ewa 0 08, Walanae 0.15, and
Walalua 0.37 to 1.63; KAUAI-rKoloa 0.89 to 1.14, and Walmea 006!
and MOLOKAI- Molokal 2.16. '
The following are the departures from the average of the week for
ten or more years, In Inches, In the several districts: HAWAII North
Kohala 0.62 to 0.68, Hamakua 0 92 to 10.08, North Hllo 1.24 to
40.01, South Hllo 1.03 to-i2S5, Puna 0.73, Kau 1.90 to 42.66, South
Kona 0.44, and North Kona -fo.68; MAUI Makawao 40.14,, Hana
005, Walluku 0.C8 to 0.69, and Lahalna 1.34; OAHU Koolau.
loa 0.70, Kdolauooko 0.59 to 1.28, Honolulu 0.87 to '1.97, Ewa
0.51, Walanae -0.35, and Walalua 0.04; KAUAI Koloa 0.45 to
0.6d, and Walmea" 1.09; MOLOKAI Molokal 1.17. , '
The following, excessively' heavy ralnfallsln twentylfodr con'tecu.
tlve hours, were reported In Inches: HAWAII Honomu 23rd, 5.13,
and 24th, 3.29; Papalkou'23rd, 4.22, and Hllo, 23rd, 4.00.
The mean temperatures were lower than thoerof the preceding
week 1.6' to 2.8". In the M6lokaldlstrlct of Molokal, "the Honolulu and
Ewa and portions 6fthe KoolaupokoSand Walfiadlstrlcts of Oahu,
i.nd the Kau dlstrtcfttf'Hawallj and hlghcr'than last week's 1.2 to
2.4 in the Hamakua, North Kona and portions of the South Hllo dls.
trlcts of Hawaii; the Walluku district of Maul, and the Walanae dls.
trlct of Oahu.
The following table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 70 0' 3.25 Inches.
Maul 69.7 1.80 Inches.
Oahu 70.6' .71 Inch.
Kauai 71.5' .70lnch.
Molokal 67.4 2.16 Inches.
Entire Group .... 70.1" 2 05 Inches.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Hono.
lulu the weather was generally partly cloudy and cloudy, with a trace
cf rainfall on the 29th and measurable amounts on the remaining dates,
totaling 0.19 Inch, 087 below the normal ifor'the week, and 1.88 Inches
less than during the'' preceding week. The maximum temperature was
77", minimum 62', -and mean 69.8', 1.1' below the weekly normal, and
1.6 lower than last week's TheYmean dally 'relative tiulnldlty varied
from 58 to 81 , and the mean for the week was 70.1 . Strong north,
easterly winds prevailed on each day of the week, with the high aver,
age hourly velocity of 10.7 miles. The mean daily barometer ranged
from 30 01 to 30.12 Inches, and the "mean for the week, 30.07,-was 0.11
Inch above the normal,
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note Tim flKiirea followlin; the iiamo of station Indlcato tlio
dale with which the roixut closed.) ,
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (29) Unln fell dally and nmounteil to 1.22 Inches,
,IC Inch less than ilurliiK tho iircceilliiR week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (1) The mean tcinpcmttiro was C7.8'. Ilaln fell
on six ilaes ami nmoimtci! to .f! Inch, .08 below tlio nvoriiKC, and 1.22
Indies less than last v. coU'b. Dr. 11. I). nonil.
Kohala Mill (20) SIiowcik oecmred on the last six dates and
totaled .89 Inch, 02 below tlio overuse, and 1.01 Inches less than
the )iicloiis weck'H, Tho mean temperature was 09.4". T. II. I.lllle.
Honokaa (28) The mean temperature was 70.0", ami tlio rainfall
which occurred on six dates, 1.29 Inches, 2.55 less than last week's,
nml .92 Inch below the average. Geo. It. Sims.
Paauhau (28) Showers occurred 'dally and totaled 2.23 Inches, .OS
Inch inoio limit the nvurugo and .07 less than the previous week's.
The mean teniperatuie was 70.2. Louis Wilson.
Ookala (29) The meju temperature was 09.1. Rain fall on five
dates and amounted to 2.01 Inches, 1.21 lens than the average V. 11.
" Honohlna (28) flhnwcrirwcurrcd 'dally and totaled 4.01 Inches. .01
Inch nliou- the average, and .05 more than durlncr-tho preceding wed:.
las. A. I'nrltcr.
Honomu (2!0 llxcesslvoly heavy rains occurred on the first two
dales and moderate rains on the remainder and totaled 12.01 Inches,
4.81 inoro than during the preceding week. J. OHcr.
Pepeekeo (29) Tho menu temperature was 71.0. Ilaln fell on six
dates and amounted to 2.1.9 Inches, 1.03 below the nvcrage, and 1.17
less than last week's. re.ceKco Sugar Co.
Papalkou (29) lJxccsalvcly heavy tains fell on tho 23rd and mod
otate rains on tlio remaining dates and nmounteil to 7.42 Inches, 2,8.1
irtoro than tho nvoruxe. and .51 Inch less than during the preceding
week. John T. Molr
Hllo (29) Tho mean temperature was 72.4. Kxccsslvely heavy
rinB fell on the 23rd and showers iiccmrcil on tho last flvo dates
and totaled 5.S8 Inches, ,70 Inch moio than last week's, and .71 lens,
than the average. U C. I.ymnrt.
Kapoho (29) Showeis occurred dally and totaled 1.77 Inches, ,o3
Inch less than the previous week's, and .73 bolow tho average Tho
moan tempernturo was 70 8'. II. J. l.yman.
Pahala (28) Tho mean tcmiieratiiro was 70.1. Knln-fcU'oii four
dates .ind umounted to 3.15 inches, 1.90 aboo tho average, and 2.19
mine than last week's. Iluwallau Agricultural Co.
Naalehu (28) Showers occurred on tho flut four dates and totaled
3.92 lnchen. 2.GC uhovu the nvcrtiKe. Strong trade winds prevailed. C.
Kealakekua (29) Hit 1 ti fell on (Ho dates nnd amounted to .53 Inch,
.41 lcsn than the tncrago, unci .42 more thau during tho preceding
week. Hubert Wallace.
Kealakekua (28) Tho mean tpiiipor.ituro was 08.G Showers oc
curied uu four dates and totaled ,24 inch, .08 below tho uverage, ami
.lO'less'thnti last week's Itov. Samuel II, Davis.'
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (29) Moderate to stiong "trades" iiiovalled, with pattly
cloudy to cloudy weathor, and dally slirivverh totaling 2.32 Inches, .18
loss thau last week's, and .14 moro than tho average. Tho moan tern
poiatute was C8.4V-D, I). Unldvvln.
Kallua (29) Tho mean tcmpotaturo was GC.S. Halu fell dally and
nmounteil to 2.22 Inches. W. V, rogue,
Nahlku (28) Showers occurred dally and totaled 4.30 Inchon, 1.87
more than last week's, and .05 Inch less than tho avorago. Tho mean
Icinperutiiio was 07.0'. C. O. Jacobs.
Hana (20) The mean temperature was 71.7. Ilaln foil on six datoi
anil amounted to 1.31 Indies, .1)8 more than during tho ptccedlug week,
(leu. O. Cooper. '
Kahulul (29) There Was .20 Inch of rainfall on tho 28th, .53 loss
than last week's, and -08 bolow tlio average. Tho mean teuiier.ituro
was 72.0'. J. C. Kobe, Jr.
Walluku (29) Tho mean temperature wns 70.1, and tho lalufall
which occuired on three dnles. .38 Inch, .09 below tho average, and
l.utl leaif than tho niovlous weolt's. lliotlicr Ki aiilC '
Kaanapall (29) Measiiiablo talnfall occuired on two dntCB mm
amounted to 1.77 Inches, 1.34 aboyo tho aveingo, and .07 Inch inoio
than last week's. Tho mean tempotatuia wub 71.0. dipt. C. k
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (1) Tho mean tomper.iliuo war 71.9. Ilaln fell on threo
dates and amounted to ,30 Inch, .70 lesj than the average W. T.
Maunawlll Ranch (1) Showem occurred on tho first six dales and
lot.iled 1.42 Inches, .55 Inch bolow tho average, and .211 lew than tho
pievluus weuk'a. Tho mean tcmpciatiiro was 70. 3". John I lord.
Walmanalo (1) Tlie mean tempcrututo was 71,0. Ilaln fell on two
dates and umounted to .10 Inch, .19 less than tho procedlng week, and
1.28 Inches bolow tho average." A. Irvlno,
Luakaha (1) Showers occurred on five dates at tho upper station
amounting to 1.52 Indies, ',!):! less than last week's; and at the lower
station totaling 1.21 Inches, 5.27 less than during tlio preceding week,
and 1.97 below tho nveincjo. 1 A. Mooio.
Ewa (2) The mean tenipuraturo was 70.4, -Thoro was a traco of
rainfall on tho 27th ami ,U8 Inch on the 1st, ,51 Inch below tho aver
uge. 'and 79 less than last week's. H. Muller.
Walanae (1) There was .15 Inch of ralnfull-'-on tho'24th, .35 below
the a voi ago, and 1 02 Inches le.is than tho pluvious week's, Tho mean
toinjierntnin was 75.2. V. Meyer.
Schoheld Barracfks (1) Tho mean temperature was 05,8 Traeos
of rainfall occuricd on two dates and measurable amounts on four,
totaling U7 Inch, 2.12 liuhos less than during tho preceding week.
Wallace IJeWItt, Mujoi Med. Coips.
Walalua (2ft) Showers occuired on six dates and totaled 1,03 inches,
1 45 moio Hum last week's, and .01 Inch less tlun tho avougo. Thu
mean tenipeiatuio was 70.5" Job Telxelr.i
ISLAND OF KAUAI,
Koloa (1) Tho ine.iu teinucratuiu vytfii 70.0 '. Ilaln (ell dally and
i, , :
(Continued from Pags 1)
he Kit in (lie clianre, tlirmmli direct
primaries to express thrlr preference
iixiio wlm shall he tlie nominee of the
lleiltllitlcaii I'rtslileiitlnl romrndoti.
Wry tri'ilj jimri,
NKW YORK, . Y., Feb. 2.-,.-Colo.
nel Thcoiloio Roosevelt Is n receptive
candidate for tho Presidency on tho
Tho text of his letter In answer to
tho reiiucst or the committee of Ho
publican (loxeinors that ho again
head tho party ivt. tho polls this fall
was given out nt his unices In this
city today. In It tho Colonel sas he
will nccept the 'nomination for Presi
dent lr It Is tendered.
Kfforts or Col. ltoosovelt's friends to
Induce him to make an earlier declar
ation or his attltuJo on tho Presiden
tial question had been unavailing. Ills
laconic temark to n friend In Cleve
land Inst Wednesday night that ".My
hat Is In the ring )ou will have my
answer .Monday," was the first real
indication that ho hild In mind an af
firmative answer to the (Inventors'
Secretary Gives It Out.
Upon promise that tho roply would
bo given out tonight, a small army n
now spapei men gathered at thu Colo
nel's olllco early In tho evening. Sec
ictary I'rank Ilarjier met tho report
ers piinctui'lly and gave out the cor
tespjudenco without comment. Ho
said ho was In no position to com
ment, am!' In view or tho Colonel'.!
absence In Iiostou, where ho will lis
several das. It was Impossible to got
an elnboiatlou or tho statements
mado in the letter.
For two weeks Colonel Itoosovclt
colisldcied tho letter, Indicating plain
ly that ho had no Intention or making
it liudty roply.
Tho Governors' letter was signed by
'William K. GlasRcock, Governor of
Chester Aldrich, Govornor or Ne
braska. Hubert P. llass, Govornor of New
Joseph M. Carey, Governor or Wo
mlug. Charles S. Osborne, Governor or
W. It. Stulibs, Governor or Kansas.
Herbert S. lladley, Governor or Mis
souri. Itoofcovelt will oen hoadiiuartors in
tho Metropolitan tower hero Wednes
day. Ills specchm.iklng tour may
take him to California,. Oregon and
HAVE 537 VOTES
Ni:V YOIIK, N. Y, lVli 25 Col
onel ItunvevelTH stiituneiit wus given
out by his private secretary, frank
Harper, at C.30 nnd In the evtnlng It
was widely discussed at thu clubhand
Iti'pri'M'iittitivt-s of tho Taft muve
meiit UHxerted tonight that they hud
for weeks counted on the Roosevelt
(undid. ley mid that his most recent
notion will have no effect upon their
work The administration wnrkeis are
gathering In the delegates nnd are con
fident that they will hnvo enough to
nominate l'risldt'iit Tuft on the llrst
So Tar there have been elected only
It or thu 1072 delegates whu J1I sit
In the Chicago com option. The Htnti'H
nod Territories which liuve elected del
egates are us follows:
l-Tnrlda Tuft 12, Iloocvett 0.
Georgia Taft 14, Hnosevelt 0.
Ollluhonm Tuft 2, Roosevelt 0.
Tennessee Taft 2, Roosevelt 0,
Virginia Tart 10, Itoosovclt 0.
District of Columbia Tult 2, Itoose
The Philippines Turt 2, rtonscveltO.
To obtain the nomination Colonel
Itoosevelt must Imve 537 votes In thu
lonveiitlon, While his supporters Inn o
been active nil ovir thu country tor
months, ids principal concern of late
has lain his chances In Texas and
Louisiana. Tho colonel hopes to ob
tain it majority, If not all, of tlie dele
Kdtcs from those two States to stop
the trend of the Southern States to
ward Preslden Tuft Texas will send
:if. delegates to Chicago, and Louisi
Tho only convention scheduled to
elect delegates In the coming wick nro
In tho third and fourth Missouri ills
tilcts, both of which seem assured to
President Taft, iiccoi'djug to (he bvt
advices fiom the leaders there Col
onel Itoosevelt attaches tho utmost
Importance to the results or the pres
.amounted to 1.11 Inches, .en below-lho avetage.Tind 130 less Hutu Inst
week's. Tito Koloa Sugar Co.
Eleele (1) Showeis occuired on threo dates and totaled ,S9 Inch,
,3!) more than dining tho preceding: week, and .15 lebs than tho nvoi
iigo. Mcllrvdo Sugar Co.
Makawejl (1) -Tho ino.in tomperatuio was 72.1, and tho rainfall
'which occuired on the 2l(h, .ill! Inch, .0!l Inches less than tho aver
nge. Hawaiian Sugar' Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Molokal Ranch (I) Tho menu lempeiatuio was 117.1. Ilaln fell on
six dnles and uiuuuntcd to 2. Hi Inches, 1.17 above tho average, and
1 12 mure tli'iu laid week'a,-J, S. II, Piatt Jr.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
idential primaries to be held In Ore
gon, Idaho, North DakotH, Nebraska,
Wisconsin nnd New Jerr.
friends of the colonel have already
filed olllclal notice that his name vrflt
nppeur on the official prlmar) ballots,
Uic last State In which Ids name was
votid on being New Jersey, wler," no
tice of his candidacy was Mod Katur
day The reference In the letter or the
colonel to the governors rellerts tho
Importance which the colonel ittnches
to the presidential prlmnrlck. These,
are to be held In April and May and
the lolonel's supporters will work hard
In each State where the primaries are
to be held.
The principal hattlis between th"
Tatt nnd Itoosevelt factions In the next
two mouths will l,e In Alabama, Vir
ginia, Oklahoma, New York, Colorado,
North Dakota, Alaska, Wisconsin. Illi
nois, Nebraska, Maine, Kentucky, Ore
gon, Missouri nnd West Virginia.
I Colonel Itoosevelt may lie confronted
cmc, i ii i-oiiiese ironi uu uiiexpecteii
lunrtir, as thu followers of Iji Toi
lette In WNeonsIn nre by no means
reconciled to wlint ttiev ,1,Kerllin ni Hi..
! colonel's bitrayal or their piogresslvo
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wee small voice of "Mr 1 lilies Thus
jit entile le) pass tliat even tho Presl-
cut grc-v nervnus'niid desired some
thing reassuring froth Hawaii. Thu
receipt of the message acted like Halm
of (Ulead and Wlnof Tar combined;
It soothed nnd Mrencthcneil,
I Mnu.iKtr McKlulcyj, Secretnry miles
and the pitsldent held u conference
sunn after the cablegram from Dde
gate Kill inhinaolo arrived. It was the
lik oo de leslstancc nt tho inintiil feast.
'. few other crumbs came along at the
same time. Quite n period of rejoic
ing was passed by the three men, but
the llovvcr of the garden was the ills
jiatch from Hawaii.
The nine words from Hawaii also
served another useftll purpose. It
caused certain flippant people here to
heenmo serious If not sad and solemn
They thoiiKhtrully rllbbed their heads
and some of them humped stone walls
,to Increase to u maximum ties power
of reasoning. It dinned upon them
ror the first time that u special com
Imlssloner would really go to Hawaii
jniid Investigate the Administration or
Governor I'rcar Trtcy have hereto-
rore pooh-poohed ;),. Idea and de
nounced It ilk n vvlldtcire.ini or n de
ranged lmaKlnatlon.iltcllcl not tako
them long to. figure out" that If Dele
gate KnPinlanaole guaranteed six votes
for the President he would hi return
receive the iild pro ilio or n special
commissioner to make the lrear In
1 It wns further admitted that tho ca
blegram rrom tho Delegate bad thu
I effect of Indicating that tho reappoint
ment or Govirnor Frenr was In great
Jeopardy It was unreasonable to
Imagine Hint the Delegate would stand
right behind the President and not be
given some ndciinte favor In return.
I Such Is not thu history or political
ii!ii.icis ami alliances. They constl
lute u record of reciprocity nml inn
timl concessions, ,
ion itiskAu .Hone) If You'lTi This
Wo want overv on trnuMn.i ,u,l,
Indigestion and dcsnoosln in , ..,,.. ,,.
our Btoto and obtain a v of Hexall
l)SB3psla Tablets. They contain Ills-
iiiuiu-auiiiiitrule anil Pepsin ciiofullv
combined so ns to duvolop their groat
est Miwor to iivorcomo dlgostlvu dis
Hoxnll Dysiicpula Tablets aro voty
pleasant to tako. They tend to soothe
uie irritame, weak stomach, to sttcug-
men unit tnvigoruto tho dlgestivo ort
Bans, to tollovo nausea and Indiges
tion, thus piomotlng nutiitlon nnd
bringing about a feeling of comfort.
IT you glvo Iloxall Dyspepsia Tab
lets ,i tejsonnblo trial we will teturii
jour money if voii mo not satisfied
with tho remit, Threo sizes, 25 cents,
50 cents, and $1.00. Komember, ou
can obtain Iloxall llemedles only nt
our store Tho Hoxnll Store, Hen
son, Binltli & Co, I,td Port and Ho
tel sttoots, Honolulu.
Ninety per Cent nf the creditors of
Henry Goodwin anil (horgo II Itlm
liach, proprietors of the Crawford
House, Huston, have accepted an offer
of ten cents on a dollar.
Detectives Investigating n series of
2G utuidorH which li.no occurred In
Louisiana during the IttBt joar aio
holding In Jennings a negro piuachoi.
S h i t
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II it I lot ill rorresrf)itdetit but said
his futiiro course would bo affected bv
the nature of Governor Ktearn replv
Ito tins from the beginning made light
of .thu entile controversy and luvatl
ably sought to convey tho general Ini'
, presslun thnt n special commissioner
would not be sent,
Fisher Can't Serve.
A wireless message reached the In
terior Donirtmcnt from S'ociolaiv
J I'lshor threo days after his depiituro
for P.iutini.-i During that period
abundant opisirtunltv had boon afford
ed ror reading the 100-pago answer
and ilefcnso flle'd Jiy Govetnor I'ro'ir
Tho perusal doubtless moved satlfl-
, factoiy to the Secretary. Otherwise
ho would not hnvo indicated that ho
could not servo as nn Impartial In
vestlgator. His dlspitch was chlcllv
rent for tho purisiso of Informing
President Taft that ho hail not been
convinced by leading Governor Krcnr's
answer that a personal investigation
by him wns necessary or would irnv
beneficial. It Intended to give tho
Pii'sldent all tho additional time pos-1
hlble In which to find some man un
known to Ihe Governor, iinncoiuilnled
with affairs In Hawaii and p ciill.it lyj
fitted ror the Inquiry
Tlio phrasp utlllred by Secretary
I'lshcr In announcing his detormlna
Hon was extremely suggestive lie
said that ho had "abandoned his In
tetitloii," which clearly demonstinled
that It was tU iiirp'ic "l.eti livivlng
ror Panama to mako n subscciiut
trip to Honolulu.
It In welt known that Secretary
I'lshcr has steadily opposed tho send
ing or a speclnl commissioner to Ha
waii. Ho has Insisted Hint tho
charges p'leforred by Dolegato Kaltinl
nu.mlc weie simply lonrplalnts. Ho
has now indicated that tho answer bv
(jovcrnor Krear Is Hatlsfuctorj to him
He has from the outset fuvotcd thu
reappointment or tho Governor and
will make a recommendation to that
effect whenever the President will re
ceive It. Tho Secielary will make ev
ery possible crfint to hnvo tho plan
or sending n special commissioner
dropKMl. He will urge the President
to accept the reply or Governor Kre.ir
ns a siiinclent defense of his ndmlii
Istrnthm and explanation of his poll
clcs. No stone will bo left unturned
by him to terminate the coutioversy
and ptoveut further action In the mat
Taft Still for Sending.
As the situation stand's President
Tall has not changed his belief thul
the onlv solution ijflliii problem miisl
bo found In sending a special commis
sioner to Hawaii with liuti notions n
full. Investigate the admlnlstiatton id
, Governor Hear. Ho still udhcics to
.that conclusion. Ho will doubtless
listen to Secrctnrv Fisher's views
when he letiirns but piosent Indlca
tlons are that they will prove futile In
causing a complcts change or lo
It Is considered possible that tho
Ptesldeut m.'c expedite nutters by
sending a scclnl coiimilsslouer lie
lore tho return of Secietary Ilsher,
which will not bo heroin March 'J, at
the earliest dale. Ho will iimloist.ind
rrom Secretnry Fisher's wireless that
his opinions havu not been changed
by Governor Front's answer and tint
he regards his acceptance or tho reply
us untitling him for tho Investigation
What Frcar's Friends Say,
The friends of Governor Kio.ir de
clare Hint the action of Kocrelaiy
Fisher Indicates an entire abandon
ment of the promised persona! Inves
tigation. This Is far-rclchcd. When
leaving ror Panama tho Scciclar) vli
tually promised the Piesldeiit th.it on
Ills return fioiu Panama ho would not
como failhcr north than Now Oi
Ic.Vi.s. Mo would diverge at that city,
go west ovoi the Southern Pacllle tu
San Francisco and thence ditcctly to
Honolulu His advices to thu Presi
dent do npt announce Iho trip aban
doned They merely slate Hint h 3
will como to this city, InHle.id of go
ing to Honolulu from Now Oilcans.
Kutiiru plans will bo discussed and
arranged nftcr Secretary Fli-hcr's ar
It Is further declared that tlio solo
puipdso of Becretarv l'isher'H visit
was to Investigate laud conditions In
I law nil and not to examine Into the
udnilnlstintloii of (Inventor Krear. Tho
plain fact Is that Secretin) I'lsher was
cliatged with making the complete
nml cunipiclicnslvc Imiulij that may
later dovnlvo on souio other special
CRASHES THROUGH ROOF
HALT LAKH CITY, l'tiih, Feb 15 -l'lvii
men were Killed and three with
seriously Injured here this morning
when u locomotive on the D - It (1 ,
hauling till oo c.us of oie. Jumped tho
1-fiiU, lolled down n hill soventv -live
fut mid crushed IIiioiikIi the roof of
the fill., ns' State Haul: and the llllig
Iimii 've Works, at lilnghum, l'tiih
'I 111 1 1 of the me II killed wire lislee p
111 a tulior shop I'll el Shalke'j. cash
ier if the bank, wus sleeping lu n rear
roeuii of tin lanl! when the crush on mo
He was hulled Into the stint, but wan
iiiiliijund The Blind are I'riel Amils,
iiiglueir: I'elU Lomhiid, heellej wash
er: C W l.ewls, owner of Hue tiitloi
shop; P J. illlle gnu, tailor! unhhuitl
Hi el m. in, who was asleep In the tailor
II u I lot I ii lVuut Ads will llnd IU
Lewers & Cooke
177 So. King St.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a dav up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of thcntieand
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets nil trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island llcndciuarters.
Cable Address 'Trnwets"ABC code
Hverj thing nt this lintel
Is harmonious. The cui
sine and the service; the
architecture and line fur
nishings, Hviry arrange
ment Is ninilo for the
comfort of the guests.
Emma St., above Vineyard
Ytll'lt TIMH WILL in:
wiir.n h'tiii: nnni:zi: dois?
NOT ALWAYS 1II.OW ItAIN
A good auto In rent service nn
Rooms and Board
I N E
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & fOSTER
Mil hy tin vtnitUrful VTib
J'fureil Hull Jinuliirij tho
tuutt ptrfect uullriu k luicw.
Don't ccinfuic it with ntlicr cotton
felt mattrctwc; the only tliini; tltuv
have id ccunnuiti is tlie word cotton
J. H0PP & GO.
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea StrOots Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE 10.
King Btrett, epposita Younj Hotsl
I. O, Hoi 140 rtiouu toil
omthlnp up to data In
footwear, don't fuel to see
our line ol
White or Black
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort St.
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers and Leiden in
the Antomobile BniineM
ARnta tor such vo'.l-known esra
is Packard. Popivllarttotd, 8teTno
Duryes, Cadillac, Tuomss Flytr,
llulck, Orsrland, Uattr Elsctrle, (.nit
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CARS in th
city, ring up (or
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403 RENAULT.
No. 404) I.ANOAULET, No. (80
C. H. DEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
ALIj WE ASIC 13 A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplotanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK an
your Automobile and eave Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Horses for Sale or
Saddle, Driving and Work
RIG6 OF ALL KINDS
02 KUKUI, NEAR NUUANU STREET
5I8 S. King M.
Tim nirvci.K ii:.m:it und hi:-
PAIItl.lt, has iiiiMid to
180 KIMI STHKKT
Xi'w locnllon Itcd front, near
YfliiiiK IIiiIIiIIiil;. Tc1ii1iiiiio ill 8.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
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