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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1906. SEMI-WEEKLY.
Entered at the Postoffice of Honolulu, H. T., Second-class Matter, Canada ns n compromise In tho matter of Kovcrnment ownership of railway.!, "rS cough, makes It a favorito
Semi-Weekly Issued Tuesdays and Fridays.
Honolulu, H. T,
WALTER G. SMITH, Editor.
Month " t ,iu l'er Mouth, Foreign.
v.., 5.00 l'er "ear, Foreign..
ho head of tho San Francisco Chronicles editorial page,
paper of Sunday, March 4, the figures standing for Mnrch 3
Boston ' 30
Jacksonville .. '"
New Orleans 70
Southern California resorts havo to show
08 San Francisco
New York 40
St. Louis G0
Washington ...i 52
Payable Invariably in Advance.
OHARBES S. CRANE, Manager.
bound to be not IceO I an
for Honolulu are
such an icy setting the figures o
and it Is Worth n
In tho same column tho California record appears
bserving, in comparison with tho Honolulu exhibit, what the two favor le 1 I
Here are some of tho figures for the
same day, March 3:
Max., Min. ,
Los Angeles CO 40
San Diego 58 44
Tlio weather is chilly at 44 and 40 and is calculated to make the poor wcakJ
lungers long for a Honolulu minimum of G8.
THE LIQUOR QUESTION.
Judging from tho effect on tho public, theso islands have" nbont ns bad a
itn,,nr l,.w n ilf.v enuld L'ot. A law about Houor presumes regulation and re-
.trint. else whv nnv law at allf Apparently both theso essential qualities
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nre nearly lacking in the present stntutes
omo beef and carrots, baking home
some nnd perhaps mnny frauds on tho patent medicine market but there nro nUo
0.00 I anrnr tn r.lmnnton. which wns nnlv able to handln era in shinmentH durum
tho short time between thrething and the close of tho shipping seaion on tbp
Great Lakes. A road with termini on the Atlantic and the Pacific, (living two
outlets for tho grain crop was demanded by tho people and the Grand Trunk
MARCH 23 Pacific is tho result.
Tho matter wag taken up by tho government nnd a bargain was made be-
.r.TimTitr WEATHER. twecn tlio dominion ana mo uranu irums railway company, an international
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I)v tclccraphing the temperature from hero unliy ,
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" . . . . i.- Ani...i..n.i oiiMvintf nt iirntiphna . nrnimnntir untnrin unii unoni
CANADIAN RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT. WHOOPING COTJGH.
the Grand Trunk l'nclflo railroad company, whch purposes to establish n Tuo qu,ck re,(cf by chnm.
linn ,it l'licifip steamers on thd Oriental and Australian runs, was organized in bcrlnln's Coneh Jlcmodv in
towards which there has ueea a RrowR (... ub..uu. im- .......,... g th m
The necessity of another transcontinental, lino traversing M'e northern sections mnkltlK it ail f l0 ex,K,ctori,u.f kcei,'
of the Canndinn Xorthwcst had arisen from the rapid settlement of that district tlio cough loose and counteracts any
by tho many thousands of Americans locating there and the holding Up ot , tendency toward pneumonia. ,Fnr sale
freicbt rates bv the monopolistic Canadian Pacific railroad, whose only com- '' ."" Plcr .a.ni1 Drui;rists, Benson,
) pctitor was tlio unnndian jnoruicrn, extending irom jrori ujiunni on ijuko
. , ,, w,, i... imiiini? i nlso wortly of not tliat tl10 interest aroused in the matter prior to the elections da
' 7 ZZ 7l -o brmS re8"lt0a i" "raCticnl " American settlers who could qualify taking out P
beans and cutting up a loal ot nreaii may' t ,
. , . .,,,, I their naturalization papers as Canadian citizens. cv
unt which "serves liquor with meals" nil Cc
lpftlv turn his nlace Into u restaurant
night nnd Sundays nnd to women and minors ns well as to men, thcro might as
well bo no closing law whatever nor any law ngainBt permitting women in
saloons. The truth is that tho Territory is now wide open to tho liquor business.
Thnt man is poor indeed who cannot get a saloon nnd restaurant liccn&o
and run his place seven days in the week nnd twenty-four hours in tlio day.
And ho may run it with as littlo euro for tlio pence- of tho community as he
pleases, for if ho "voted right at tho county election" and has a political pull
tho polieo won't bother him much.
Yesterday's Advertiser told of tho marked increase of drunkenness throughout
tho Territory. Saloons are supposed to bo regulated by law so as to restrain
drunkenness in boiiio degree, but tho veriest old soaks can go to most of
our gin mills nnd get all tho drink they can pay for. And new saloons, u
town nnd country, nre opening nil tho time nnd dealing, rnnny of them, in vilo
-concocted beverages which it will require tho Federal pure food law to circumvent.
Licenses nro so cheap and so easily had that small saloons nro
pringing up liko toad-stools and, us competition reduces the quality of tho
liquor sold, they nro poisoning tho people- who make uso of them, 'ho damage
being done to Hnwaiians makes it certain that, unless tho liquor law is
radicnllv chanced, the next census will cut moro deeply than ever into tho
inini. nt nrvivini imtivo Dnnulntioii. Tlio Hawniians nro dying oil fast I
enough in tho courso of nature without expediting tho matter with sandpaper
gin and fusel oil whisky. As theso peoplo cannot resist any Btrong temptation
it would be good for them to mnko temptations as fow and far between us
And this brings us to "high license, a system which greatly reduces tho
number of saloons and mnkes the proprietors careful to oboy tho law lest they
may lose a privilege which has cost them so much. Under tho old high licenso
system in Hawaii things were far better than they nro now nnd tho Territory
may ns well tho statutes which worked so well then that is, unless
wiser ones can bo framed. There is tho objection, to bo sure, that high licenso
encourages illicit making and selling of liquor, but tho blind pig is never so
dangerous ns tho open and licensed joint. Besides, why should wo havo any
erent number of unlawful placesf It is tho business of the United States offi
cials, hero as clsowhere, to root out hidden stills nnd to destroy moonshino i
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to get a sheriff who will appoint a trustworthy forco and see thnt it does its
duty. Dealing with tho unlawful liquor saloon is much less difficult, to our
mind, than dealing with the lawful 0110 under such free and easy statutes as
wo now have.
High liconso with no Haines law features nnd nn honest polieo forco to seo
that tho statutes nro obeyed, strikes tho Advertiser as being tho nenrcst
ALLIES OF THE MACHINE.
Tho Homo I.ulcrs, it is shrewdly suspected, are kept going by certain
imfcliino Republicans who want to uso their organization as a scarecrow on
election day. Not even tho gamblers, busy as 'they were in tho last county
canvass, and large us wero tho sums of money which they contributed, helped
Brown out so much in tho fight for Sheriff ns did tho Homo Rule specter in tho
nornnn nf Pnenoe. "llrown is obioctlonablo." Bald hundreds of voters, "but
Poepoo would bo fatal. AVo mutt voto for Brown." So strong wns this argument
that, on election day, Brown made tho most effective use of it by spreading
tho report that Henry had withdrawn in favor of Poepoo and that tho
latter was perilously near election.
In tho nature of things tho Homo Rule party ought to havo disbanded long
ago. It has only one man in n Legislature which it used to control, it has lost
its delegate in Congress, it haB no standing in tho Onlm Board of Supervisors
and it is led by nincompoops. Thero is no inherent reason for the oxistenco
of tho Home Rulo party. Like tho mule it has neither prido of ancestry nor
hopo of posterity. Tho Homo Rulers, onca bound together by tho "cohesive
power of public plunder," haven't been able to steal n thing in years. Noth
ing could be moro dlscournglng than that to Homo Rulers, nothing moro cer
tain to disintegrate their party
togother'J What but certaiii machine poljticinns on tho Republican side who
valun it as an election day bugbear! It would bo Interesting indued to know
if they keep tho two Homo Rulo leaders on tho payroll.
this Maui caso the jury finds thnt the police force is undisciplined; that
opinion is now confirmed by the eminent lnwyors of tho House judiciary com- Maul will
niittee. Stntes will havo to regujato their own insurance companies If they here.
nro to bo regulated at all.
JlOUOr. uuu IL .0 IllO UUHIUUBS Ul lUU UUIltO III UUUHU i.lU .vhi.ui.ui ....V..OV. . Tll0 . . U l I it , .
J wngn.ol,t jn tle Xuninotu
group was not L..IIDL.1 bv ,1 tidal
Omiortlinitlos Of tllO ballot: ,b u)
If tin nn m rnnnnt lm trusted, then USn tlio . ..
U(U. .... .. -,--. I ...A.'..
Quito an ordinary storm can send tho sen over a sand barrier only
twelve foot high. People who live but a dozen feet abovp tidewater in a hurricane
belt of tho ocean risk their lives Mil tho time.
The new namo of tho coming Queen of Spain, Victoria Eugenie, honors tho
inio iiiecu 01 urcnt jsritmu ana tlio
, birth 11 Spaniard. The brido of Alfonso will, it is said, inherit the
Eugenio's great fortune 'i
California is beginning to advertiso itself ns a summer resort. Why not
Hawaii? Emphasis on "the trade wind islands," on tho warm sea-bathing,
tho continuous picnic weather and on tho fact that tropical fruits are at their
best in summer, ought to bring somo results.
Mr. Stoddard's "Islands ot Tranquil Delight," ought to
servo a good ndvortlsing purpose.
HILO MASONS TO BUILD A
FINE HALL FOR THEIR USE
The Hllo Tribune says: PInns -embodying
the Ideas Of the building committee
of the Masonic Hall Association
have been sent away to architects to
AVhat, then, keeps tho old Wilcox organization be worke(1 out tn fun (letn.
on proprietary medicine is likoly to injure tho gAod ''namo of
lies which havo proved their way''to c6nmU,'nci,.'"'Tnle hcro aro
The building will be three stories In
height, will cost from 125,000 to $30,000
nnd will present, a very lino appearance
on the corner where It Is to stand
Walainienuo and Bridge streets.
The material Is to be hollow concrete
blocks, which nro to be so tied togither
au to withstand the forco of carill
specifics which havo ilono and aro doing good. There is nothing fraudulent qlmke nnd otherwise to meet thq re
per m in n patented or proprietary remedy. Doctors nro human nnd when one milremcnts of tho board of lire under-
of them difceovers a good tiling, tlio sale of which will bo prolltnble, ho does writer. Tho foundations and Y,allH I i
l, ., wvlllo. ..I. ."I liilii.ll go minium oiitmiiiij him hi Imvo I" I.M it iimn hi - - -,- .-. .,.,
Btronii dniriiclor. Homo nno oiihIiI to uniUrtab to wrlle li We, for wliloli J"r ,"",. .'" nnv
much material would bo found on tho Ibiiul, Tlmt Hawaii l lUUHll liMlelitml tiVrwi',' 'tV "wl
in IliU llrllnglllIIOl inn n thwt, li
should b rnlluted nnd irervril
slvely for Masonic lodge purposes and
will contain a lodge room 35x51 feet
In dimensions, an assembly hull 30x27
feet, a library 24x24 feet, and n ladles'
parlor of the same dimensions, as well
ns otllces, vestibules, etc. Particular attention
Is to be paid to the ventilation
of nil the rooms, Tho banquet hall and
lodge room nro to' be from 22 to 2t
feet from floor to celling, und aro to be
ceiled nnd wnlled with approved do-'
signs of stamped Bteel, The remainder
of this stopy Is to be divided Into
two ilnnrs, and to bo utilized for P
library, olllces, etc. The lodgo
room and otllces ure to bo suitable for
Blue, Scottish and Templar Miisimry,
.,t l,.n, tl, v..l..n nf tl... ,m.,ll..lm. 1, .,.,tti.... n tr.ulfl.nmrb m. It l.nwover "ru "' u" "' """CH.1H Slieimill ill wirry III, upper
wide stairway will afford nccess to
tloorn from Walmuioiui''
. . . , .. i ; J ii . ii i in il Km1 four sturloH, with tho view to 'street. This will bo nt the iwir of th
much ho limy Injure his own professional standing, A safe guldo for tho publlo fHlure Mltlnn. ,rores and struotiirnlly entirely Inde-
in tho purchnso of patented remedies is oxperloncoj nml eomnion seiibo should The billldjiiK Is to front on Bridge :po'leiil of tlieiu, being separated from
warn ono ugninst nostrum which nro wnrranteil to cure half ii dozen iUsimucs streot. Tlio lower llmir will be dhitHxl ltiin lower Hour by llreproof w.ills, the
at a timo which, llko enncnr mid eunwmplion, nro prnliilly Incurable. !'' Nxa11 I""1""1"' '"'' N'""-' h "Jalri are to bo of llreproof
tho npiier Ihmra will b d ited ox-. lion.
" ' , , eluilvi'ly to Mhiiu iiidv.) puipoaua. The stores aro In Iwvo modern frniita
iVoin time to timo some inntter Is illcnrl In tlio nwilvos in relation to Tim (itrner store Is i hii u fi ml wiih iirlsm tmusnm Huhta nnd nwn
II, n, all of whiuh inwards liren of h nriy rei ami iu uihrr room U., if mwnnry. nnd nro to bo ilnlh.
ri i'i wiiii prwl mm WHlla uml coil-
a tUpili f Iiihs, At I lu roar uf the ttnr In tn
AflllllllM Will hi fOlin Iim .1 nAVitr.nl AnlnnilM.la un,l ft.Hula n
lit no dmihl, m lnliiui(lii uuuiujflletl ltli lilm tDii r&l In lwllil. Itocli m.ru wIU'Uip Binrm will lw loenlwl umlr in
. liftV" full umoi)t Uawinani u i u st ilnv.iy,
. in ii miii IHSl IU IIWKIll) U l'" HKiiit'ii ii. .i.i huh is HHi,ljll))!IQ 10 DfCln r0!)Hrip
Tbh wm M W4 ufllHM I. 0lrlM W.rr H.a.l.r.l WM. ,r. mfSf&!! Iff? XhTn.: "ff VAS
l.ut Imnlly of tfttinjujl iU)Bl,, Tl! UPIW ll.r will bf H-.-d mcM ..M"i.u. J '
Smith & Co.. Ltd., Agents for Hawaii.
fFrem Wednesday's Advertlwr.)
Chief Clerk Buckland of the Secretary's
olllce Is expected home from
George Sea, Clerk to High Sheriff
Henry, went to Kauai on ofllclal business
- .. it- . . 1 -'It
Macfarlane, charged with
One see tnc tauuiaicu ,, , u..i..v..,v .......v.. .. ... .,.. ,,,
civing Honolulu n fine ttas d3Charged yesterday
,.,, it. !i ir I ! in the I mont was to build n line from Monrton. on thn Atlantic const, to WInnliioi?. I ... t..,i nrknn..,
tJ , . ... . . - - .--.-- -- j - - . , -. . j UM4fyU I.III.IIC. I
which line was to be leased to the new railroad corporation for fifty years at a ( A cablegram received by Editor
suilicient to pay the interest on tho cost prico and to meet the annunl , zaa yesterday of Hawaii Shlnpo,
pro rata for a sinking fund. The company was ,0 build a lino from Winnipeg , TcJ' SaUowi.l'retur'n This
to n point on tho Pacific, the entire line to have In no place more than a four . p0St.
per cent, grade and to no built in ns direct a line as possiuie. The ircignt rates , The t'rison Directors have
a-id passenger tolls nre to bo fixed by the Hailroad Commission, nn appointed m"ided that Tang Ah Kana, serving
body somewhat on tho lines of tho Interstate Commerce Commission hut possess I a sentncc for, robbery In the first de-
. ,. . . ... gree. bo paroled under the new law.
mg greater powers. There was no land nor cash subsidy given, something of a ne Was convicted on January 6903.
novelty in Canadian railroad building. jilss Battello and Miss Fenton. who
The Conservative party of Cnnnda, tho opposition parly, objected to tho have spent three delightful months at
. . . .
1 WnlUIH O.U1 .nil l. CII...I.
1 to tlio country on n straight government ownership nnd ' ",, , '' "" "" ," ,
The matter was one of the main questions In the recent astlc over " ,ulu and h0 ' to comI
government policy being sustained bv tho biggest majority again.
in tho political history of tho country. As a result construction work has been ' Dr- Grossman Is preparing n design
begun and tho entire line will bo opened for traffic within six vcars, making ono fJ , badee8 to, ? worn by Honolulu
of tho greatest lines on tho continent and tho longest from terminus to terminus. I f'i rteV Thfwe'ofl.'r '"Ulwcm
roriions oi tno line, mat Jrom fcdmonton west to Princo IJupert, will bo
rushed in particular to give an outlet on tlio Pacific for tho soft wheat crops
of the Canadian Northwest, which is more in demand in ,the Orient than in
Europe, tho marketing of yhich js ,at present hampered through .lack of -I
It is significant to note that in thoio localities where tho majority of tho
voters were naturalized American-Canadians the vote against government
ownership wns more emphatic than in tho purely Canndinn sections, and it is
of thoOrder, suspended from a miniature
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Babbitt went to Kauai yesterday to
look nfter public school matters on tho
Garden Island. Because of his absence,
there will be no meeting of tho
Board of Education this week.
Mrs. A. Francis Judd has Issued Invitations
for tho marriage of her
daughter, Sophie Boyd, to Mr. George
aul Cooke, to take place Wednesday
enlng, April 4, at 8:30 o'clock, at
Central Union church.
T'rlnnoQU Thppoan Wll(.nv
And now the Maui grand jury takes up the police question with tho vigor ' that she proposes to become a factor
winch tho "indilrcrencp, incompetcnco or corruption" of the force demands, i In the next political campaign. This
Not long ago Kauai and Hawaii alo spoko out with becoming emphasis. In
la true, If Important. Hor notion Is
to form n kind of little Civic Federa
tion of her own, organizing a club to
icrs of it nre often drunk; thnt arrests aro made carelessly; that violations of pick out men to be voted for. It is
tho liquor law aro not interfered with, and that for want of police attention nt stated, however, that she will work
professional gamblers havo a free hand on tho plantations. It all sounds very
familiar to people who havo observed tho police oa tho other islands and ought
to have tho effect in the next election of uniting all good men in an effort
to reform tho entire police personnel of this Territory.
Tlio City Beautiful will get somo help from tho United Stntes in the laying
out ot tlio grounds of tlio now military post
wlicn a post is permanently located, to make a park of it. Fine, palm-fringed
drives, forest trees nnd the like nrciin the scheme nt Kahiiuiki and in timo the
place will bo one of the show-points of Honolulu. ,
Our nllcged boef trust magnates may breatho freely since the Federal deci
In harmony with tho Federation-
Twenty acres of cano on Onomea
plantation, Hawaii, was burned on tho
night of March 7 by fire that spread
fiom somo smoldering tree stumps,
ana moro would havo gone had not
tho Japanese on the plantation. turned
nut nnd founrht thn flrn. A .TnnnnpRn
It is the custom of the army, house wns turned over by the high
sion thnt tho government cannot dissect 'corporations nnd pick out the members torne' Breckons yesterday, and
to prosecute. Jt was the personal phaso of tho matter that hurt. As n corporation
"hns no body to bo kicked or soul to be damned," no ono need
bother much about tho anti-trust proceedings.
This paper long ngo derided Senator Drydcn's scheme of Federal control
of insurance companies on tlio ground' of its doubtful constitutionality. Its
Tho story about the Scbastopol mutiny may bo true despite tho official
denial. Just liow Itussia is eager to rcstoro her credit nnd to prevent n ministerial
crisis and would not be disposed to let tho world believe in any outbreak
which savored of revolution or revealed tho weakness of tlio'nuthorities.
wind on the samo night, and Humes
valued at $30,000 wero blown over.
The deed of the Pearl Harbor lands
for fortlflcntlons, made by the Bishop
estate to the United StateB, was ap
proved by United States District At-
In the Korea on March 28
money for tho land paid over. The
property comprises twelve acres, for
which a condemnation suit was
brought. Whllo the suit was
pending, a compromise wns reached,
nnd the prico put upon tho property
was twenty-eight hundred dollars.
The Douse manslaughter case from
be tried at the April term
John W. Cathcart will return homo
Owing to the need ot fumigation noj
mall was landed from tho Siberia last
J. II. Maby, jailor at Hllo, was acquitted
ot cruelty to prisoners. Thu
jury was out six hours.
Tho Federal trial jury for the special.
February term was paid oft by
Marshal Hendry yesterday.
J. M. Poepoo Is reported ns proposing
to organize all tho native voters
politically to stand together.
John Q. Woolley, the prohibition
InmlnH la nvnantail Viapa In tVl a ClVinrlr)
mpress of tho French, the latter by tJy" nnd w, bo entertained by
F. B. wcStocKer nas gone to lane
charge of Kahuku plantation during
the absence of Andrew Adams for four
mouths on vacation.
Good appetite, good digeion,
theso art essential to good licaltn, ajd the
following testimonial shows how they wer
obtained by using
"Six years ago I had on attack of indigestion
and liver complaint that lasted
for weeks. I was unable to do any hard
work, had no appetite, food distressed me,
and I tulferej much from lieailacho, My
iVIn wm sallow, and sleep did not refresh
me. I tried tavern) remedies without
obtaining any relief. Finally, one of my
cuitomera recommended Ayer's
It helped mo from th In
fact, after taking tlx Lottie I was com.
plrttely cured, nnd could eat anything and
loop liko u child,"
Thore nro mnnv Imitation
De aura you Ret "AYER'P"
t il mi rwnr imu,
0MJTR nRUQ 00,, AQWJW,
V. A. SCHXriKEtt Jt CO. linporra
end Commlston Merchant Honol.
la. Hawaiian Iland.
ItEWERS & COOKE. (nobert lowers,
Zr. J. Lowrey, c. M. Cooke.) Import-era
and dealers In lumber nnd huIUU
ing materials. Office, 414 Fort 8i.
HONOLULU IHON WOKK8 CO. 1U.
ehlnery of erery deecrttlon mad to
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, Mnrch 22, 1906.
NAME OF STOCK,
G. hMCWfcBA Co
nuwauiiu fiUHur uo..
iMbei flan. Co. Ltd..
Kolua i ...
Onlm Suar Co-.. ,.
Wolalna rtgrl. Co "
Wolluku..... . .
Walluku busar Co.
crin , ....
Walmanalo. . .
Walmea Sticar Mill..
Hw, Electric Co....
J. K. T, A L. Co.. pfd
, fcUCo. O...
Mutual Tel. Co...
O.K. & I.. Co
HlloK It, Co
Uouolnlu Hrewlne A
Mnltlug Co. l.ul . .
Ilaw.Tcr.4 p. c. (Ho-
Haw ler.4'f p.c...
Maw Ter.4)?P o . ..
Haw. Mot1!., s n. ...
Ual. Beet A Sue. Kof.
n. n. c.
Haiku 6. p. 1
Uuw. Com. A
"". m o ....
Haw. I) p C...,
HlloK.K. Co.,fl n.c
Hon It T. A L.Co.l
Kahuku 6p o
O. H. A I. Cn. r. n -
Oahu MiearCn. 8i.r.
Olua riuaar Co. ,8 p.c.
alalua Ar. Co. 0 p. a.
Paid Up Val,
11. 000,000 1100
2,000 000 V0
400 00 J
23.1275 paid. t35 per cent paid.
SALES BETWEEN' BOAItDS.
37 Ewa, 24.50; 40 Haw. C. & S. Co.,
Issued Every Bunday Morning by ttm
Local Office, IJ. B. Weather Bureau,
MBiN - . f S a
a -a 5 Sd .5 3
It bajioii. 7i n f" u
.p.a m 5l 5 Z
S 'II' SO-02 76VM .10' Ot 5 KB ft.
M 12 30.(0 74 hU .0,1 6.1 0 m ft.
'1 13 30-04 77 5 .-a M 0 KB 7
W 1J S0.0I TS 85 T I 7b 8 lE 5
T 15 29 W 70 5 .00 73 I) VAB 8.
1' 10 29.00 7B fc4 83 78 .8 VAR 14
B 17 29. M 72 tl .00 DO 8 MW 10'
Note: Barometer readings are corrected
for temperature. Instrumental
errors, and local gravity, and reduce
to sea level. Averuga cloudiness stated?
In scale from 0 to 10. Direction of wind
Is prevailing direction during 24 hours
ending at 8 p. m. Velocity of wind u
average velocity In miles per hour.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY.
TIDES, BTJN AlfD MOON.
! r i T Z 5 ". ?
s a i2 2 il s i s
a m.i Kt Ii in p.ni. a in. Hire-
M 19, U 25 37, 7 25 05 0 11 2.27
T 20 0.50 17 1 21 6 Ii 8.01 6.CI 8 11 3 IT
I i I .
W 211 1 37 1 7 2.07 7 30 S.35 0.03 6 11 1.05.
T e2 2 17 1 7 2.W 8 28 9 00 0 02H.W t.li
I I ii m I'.m i
V 21 2-51 1.6' 3 22 H A 0-13 6.01 6.12 5.27
8 211 3.21 1.5 3 57 0 44 U.5lo.tO 0.12 e.0T
p in ami I i
H IS 4 r4 1 4 4 00 10 13 10 2V5 59 6 13 Etta-
Now moon, March 24th at 1:21 p,
limes of tne tide are taken from thu
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about one hour than at Honolulu.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of 167
degrees thirty minutes. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m which Is thn
same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes.
Sun and rcoon are tor local tlnw for
th whnl. CJTOIfi.
Itev. O. H. Gullck reports very successful
conventions of tho Hawaiian
Evangelical Association on Hawaii
nnd Maul. llev. G. U. Kopa was
moderntor of the Hawaii body at
and Dr. Scudder delivered nn
nddiess. Ilev, K, Hecuchl, formeily
nf l'uuiiene. Maul, was Inducted us pas
tor of the Jupnneso church In Hllo,
Kulapnua Is n vitiligo without a lhiuor
rnlnrn. The Maul convention was held
.it Klp.ihulu, Itev, 1. ri Kiiluikuolunu
being the moderator. Uep.irts from
the churches showed u grtnt reviv.il
of lellKloua fervor.
ICdwnrd A. Johnson died suddenly
yesterday nuiinintr at Ills r..ni In tho
Mllte ImlldliiK. Ills benltli had been
wnnlny for some months. He was
2.1 and 30 years of ntto and lib
moilior Is lis Inn m linrkcbv '"nl Mr
Johnson en me tnlliinuliilii utmut ten
years uko nnd ovor slncn h... been a
sullied I'lorK Willi T.ewl & 'o, Md
Imvlim fornmrly been In II10 tua linuso
nf W, , iU in Han rrnclcn,
Jov. J. W. Wmlmnn will romlurt
Ilia funeral wrvlff 11 1 tliti inirll
Inn parlors of If, II, Williams at 1. 50
Iml.iy, iu burlul 10 bv III JVarl Plly