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HONOLULU, T. II., TIIUHSDAY, SEPT. 3, 100S.
Taylor Didn't Know
All That laukea Did
BUT MATTERS KEPT FROM HIM APPEAR TO BE EXCEPTIONS FOR.
MER CHIEF OF DETECTIVE? TELLS ABOUT CIGARS FOR
rOLICE TALK WITH IAUKEA' ON ISOI
Testimony of A. P. Taylor Continued icpiitntlou iiiuiiiik the CIiIiicm and li.is
(J. When wus llir fii-Kt time llnil tin cinincclloti with miy gambling Ira
llio Hhcilff over told jou nnylhlng icl Icrnltlos.
iitlui to tliu nllcmptcd htlbory? A. (1 . Did tho Shorlfr ul any lltnu ooi
"Well, nt tills conversation we lnnl. .loll ou Hint about Christmas time
(J. At tli.it same convep. illnn? A. Mill List Cln latimis, Iptil hail limit;
Yes, Townren I hnil left tliu locini. ililnt ii present of fimr clinlm? A. Nu
. Wlinl convcis.it Ion ii rut luit at I Mr.
Hint time ii'l.itlvc lii-tlii bilbory pint- Chairs and Cigars,
tor? A. Well, ho s.ild that I suppose tj. I)lcl tliu HhciHT ever tell yim
jiiiw tli.it rant nf liriliory, which I wnnHhut liol had over iniiilu him nny pres
winking up ni;aliiHt Isol will full iiIh tif any klml? A. Nil. High! horn
through Jntl mi account of thy knovvltl want to nny that cigars cuniu lit thr
edgo iiml tiill; fif (IiIh unto. Ili said I'oMio Department friini Isol they
that Isol had route to him wllh litters' wclo dlsttlhutod around tliu Depart
of money In him In ullmv Iwltel In le- inent. Tliu ShcrlfT had told me that
"IK'II and Ih.il he had two nr threo people had boon to him to offer vnilous
IiiIkh with Mini and wax expecting Minis to allow gambling to go iiii. A
about this lime to clinch llio wholu gi'oal iii.nr' had been up to hlu Iuiiim!
mallei-; that hu h td offitod IiIh mini' and undo olTertj.
pretty rood sums of money ntiil mid I ). Ilu did not nicnlloii their iiuiucl?
lie wouhl possibly havo offered hlm'A. No. hut they woro Chinese,
lihout $150(1, hut uippose it. will till Mil. AKCIU.ll
full thioiigh now. Might Be Legitimate.
Q. Mow Ions hail yo.t heen b.io'f ' If. llino jou told Towiihciul nt the
from the Co 1st when jou had this time of that conversation hetwecii you
conversation with llio Sheiiff nhuiil mid him nt jour oIUcc, not to tell Hit
I lie attempt nt Itillicry? A. Well, as eimvotsnllon hctweeii you and him to
I snj', thnt must hnvo Iron lihout thu Hie KherllT? A. I told htm not to
Inst of May or tho Hist of .Imrj mono- mention It to anybody, because, I
whetu around there, I can't llx thu could not unile.n-.tnnd thu thlng.'niid I
date. , didn't want thu Sluilff Hi feel that I
Sheriff's Own Schemes. wan pioblng Into koiiiu of IiIh IiuhIiiuhh
Q. .And up to tho timo of (IiIh co.i- or nlfnlrs. I could not imderHtniul thu
M'iBntlon y mi have J nut spokui of, the whole 'iffalr, nnil aTlcr thinking a while
SheilfT had nH In titty way taken you I thought posslblj-, well It might .lie
Into IiIh coiilhlenru tclntivo to the n Icplllimito business niter iill.tiind ho
relieme he had for trapping Isol in when I hpoko to Tovnsenil flint of all
connection wllh thu proposition of rnd luforc we iIItiishciI llio detnllH
htlheiy? A. No. Of i-nurso, I don't of the note, I told him I wanted hint
expect he wouhl le.illy lime to, hu be- to tell mo thu truth about It, and he
Ins at the head of (hu Dcpm Uncut. Of mid yen hu hud honowed thu money
course, if I hud n Klmlhir scheme, my anil hud the note,
being a suhnidltinlo olllcer, I wouhl CJ You had Inlil .Mr. TiiwiimmiiI inn
hau to Hiihinlt to him (lrst. There lo nay anything about the matter he
has been limes when tliu Sheiiff hlin- foru llio conversation commenced? A
Keif him been able lo rairy along ilu- I ciutloued him after thu matter him
talhi of Koino Hchemes hu had theie,1 been illKCUSHed. I Hald I don't want
which I did not know about unlll It .von lo nny anything to thu Sheriff
waH (lino lo let them out, for Instnuco lihout thin. :ih I don't want him lo
in Hie Halt raw. 1 think I am probing Into his affairs.
Q. Uii In the tlmu jou went to San i MIL MII.VI.IITON
Prunclico, tliu Sherlrf and 5 on had' Tho cltcumstiiiioeB were such that
been cry cloto and had worked to- you thought jou know enough nt that
Aether on all mailers mid jou had en- tlmu to arouse your suspicions that
Joyed his conlideiico to n cry largo piobably them was something wrong?
extent, hud you not? A. Oh jes. I A. At first I did. then I decided I hnil
didn't know anything about his private belter ask Towiibcnd about It, bo 1
tifrnlis or IiIh financial circumstances told him everything that I have nt
0. Hut up to tho tlmu I refer to thu
mallet k of the Police Department and
methods to by pursued In such In
stances, these matters weru discussed
between you and the Shut Iff, weru
they not. A. Yes, largely. Tho Sher
iff litis cairled on certain negotiations
by himself, or with some members of
tho Dcp'irlmuit, for Instance tho Hart
caho, when that caso was ready ho
hroku I be mailer to us nnd wu weiu
ulilu lo cany out tho rest of It.
Q. When did you lenvo for II i
Coast, Mr. Taylor? A. About thu 11th
of Apt II mid returned on thu 12th of
May. Just u month.
Matters of Courtesy.
Q. Was II not something out of thu
ordinary for thu Sheriff to attempt to
carry out a scheme, such ns that In
trapping Isol, without consilium; you
In that plan nf action? A. Well, I
don't knuw about that, of course
HiIiiks of that sort Hicto Is a great
deal of courtesy shown, hut It was a
matter hu was iippioached that Is
uccoidliig lo thu knowledge wo havn
now he was iippioached, and tiliendy
had a wittiest; In Townrond. Ami I
picMimo (hat the Sheiiff possibly
knew thu 1'clallonn between Isol and
myself, and lnnl wouhl pcthapts think
It lather xtraitKU, Hint is, I being the
executive olllcer of thu department
and coining in rather sharp contact
with peoplu of Hint (Unit let. I am sure
If I had been brought into thu mailer
If Ihu purported bribery Is a fact.
tliat Isol would have shied orf,
(J. That Is It you had taken an nr
llio part lu It? A. Ych, that Is ir, I
had taken nit active part, Isol would
liaiu hhled on.
Q. Hut a consultation between your
self mid Ihu Sheiiff ns to thu method
to bo pursued In detecting a crlnio
could not possibly have nny bad effect.
could It. A, No, no.
Q. Up to Hint tlmu ho had appar
ently placed conlldcncu In jnu, had ho
not? A. Well, I don't say that lyi
dhlii t continue, tu place, coutldeiicu In
mo any more.
WAT Glnn Loan.
0. Well up to Hint llmu ho had, hud
liu not? Ai Well thero weio olliPr
mallei s Hint ho never spoku lo mo
about. (. Asldo finui tliu borrnwliis
of (Ills $1(11) fiom Isol, have jou any
knowledKO, eltlier by statements mado
to ou by tho Bheilff or from any other
homces, of any other houows nr loinni
that llio Sheriff made tluoimh mom
huts of tho Pollcu l)uinitmeut or from
persons nulBldu of tho Dopaitmont?
A. Only nno Instnncu. Apana report
eil that sonio time last year Hint ho
hai hoi rowed money for tho Sheriff
I rum Wdt (ilns, nianuKur of tho Wn
Vat restnurant. -Thut Is nil lliat hai
been repotted tn me, ami as far ns I
knnw Wnt CilnR.lias an excellent repu
tation nmouRst tho Chinese.
Q. Who Is Wo Fat? A. I don't
know. They call It tho Wn Kut tes
tnurunt Q, Was n note nhen In that case?
A. Thnt wns a nntu I understand, nnd
. was paid.
Q. When did Apaiiti tell you nbout
this? A. Alter.hlH (llhchurKt'.
Q. Do you know nf n man by tho
namo or Wo Kit? A. No. except ys
I say his restnurant is rallPil Wo Kut,
H may have horn nu old Arm name.
Q. You ui'iPi" hciiiil of ti profession-
nl Chinese gambler by the name of
Wn Kut? A. No, not under Hint namo
ready sHken about.
Q. Have thu Sheriff nt nny time
asked you for u loan of ?lut) or some-
thliiR llltu that? A. No.
(. Did yon over say Isol offered
(ho Sheriff $300? A. Only whnt tho
Shot Iff had told me that Isol had
coinu to hits houso with Tnwnsend ns
Interpreter nnd ho usked If Iwllcl wna
to hu tu-opened, nnd tho Rlst nr It wits
Hint he offered him $.101) to nllow him
to have (hu place re-opened and tho
Sheriff told htm ho could not listen to
nny Biich proposition. A few evenings
nfter that ho caino nut with Townsend
iiKnln. and It win, then ho thought pos
slbly ho could trnp Isol In (ho chnrKo
of bribery nnd susucsted J 1500 us llio
proper amount to offer.
(. Until this tlmu that you have
been down nt tho Police Station at tho
brihltiK or money InnnltiK. have you
ever seen $."no, $iri()0 nr nny nlher
amount passed Into the Sheriff's
hands? A. Nu.
Q. Then It Is only a matter nf talk
between tho Sheriff ami yourself? A.
Ych. and what I learned fruni Town
pend later I asked Townsend whnt
lib) connection was wllh Hint Isol tnnl
ler mid ho told me Hint Isol caino to
him nnd asked him In no tu llio Sher
iff's liuuso and Interpret for him,
which ho dhl. I think on two occu
lions. Q. So tho whole matter ns It
stands today don't amount tu any
IIIiik7 A. Well, thnt'H up tn juu.
Q. It that (ruu thnt as you stated
a little while ago Mr. laukea, thu
Sheriff, does not consult yon nt limes,
that In hu make up thu caso hcfuiu ho
lets jou know? A. As I lectill to
memory this into caso nf Lionel llnrl
whllo wo wero wnrklnK cm It, llio
Sheriff received Information, which
specific Information was Hint Lionel
Hurt hnd nctually heen down thcro In
llio kerosene oil warehouse. Ho Im
mediately hesan workliiK on thut, nttl
In that caso ho wit Hooves nnd told
him whnt ho hud learned and sent
Reeves to IiiIiik Hnrt In. nnd ho ncted
at ouco without couhiiHIiik mo or
waitliiK. lo dhl not really have tn
consult me. It was not a case nt fccl-
HuK mo aside. ,
(J. And Hint wns n mero matter of
dctnll that wns under InvesllKiitlon?
A. As 1 uiiderstund Insteud of refer
ilnK the matter to mo ho ncled him
self without furthor consultation.
Q. Hut In other Instances, us far as
you know, If ho wns attempting to In
vestlRiito nny mutter ho would .con
sult either you nr somo other sub-
ordinate us In thu general method to
ho pursued, would ho not? A. Well,
I don't know thoro may hnvo been
snmo Instances Hint I don't know
lihout. Thoro may havo been cases
which havo been brought to n certnln
point and thero was no need of talk
nbout them. Thero niny hnvo been,
ynu know, cases with somo peculiar
ities attached tn them that foil through
nnd weio diopped altogether nnd thoro
may hnvo been others 1 don l Know
nbout, hut that Is only piosumptlon on
Q. That Is a meio surmUe? A.
Yes, n mere suunlse on my pail.
0. Ah far as von knnw whatever
mallei s hnvo come up thoro which In
vnlved llio detection nf crime, tho
Sheiiff hns either coiibiilled you ox
us I suy Wut Ulns hua un excellent somo other laembora of. tho del'ectlvu
New Sprinklers Will Be
Thu meeting of the Hoard of Super
visors last evening was ns quid nnd
lereiio tin could well bo imagined. The
only mater of Importance that enmo
before thu niigust body was that of
llio Issuance of tho election proclama
Hon, and that wiib esttled amicably
ami Katlsfactoilly to all concerned,
Itlils fur tho now spi Inkling carts
weio received from two firms nnd
wcro opened last evening Tho Schu
man Carrlige Company put In their
hid on the Sttiilchakcr brand of wat
cilng enrts, and tho Honolulu Iron
Woiks bid on tho Osborno mnko o
wagotiH. I tot li bids wero over tho min
imum of t inn. In Ibis lino, Archer
brought tii (lie fact again Hint the
waterfront was the place that neede
tho sprinklers during tho stay of Hi"
licet, nnd Chairman Dwlght was In
structed by the. Hoard to keep plelij
of water along Hint portion of thu city
It wan explained to Supervisor liar
ley tint new sprinkling earts were
needed fot thu v.'ntet front because,
during thu week alt of the wagont
wero In mo In road construction work
Hills fur tho month nf August wen
passed lis follows:
I. en hi Home $ I2u."h
County omco rent IGO.oe
Koolaupoko. mad district .... 1., 10.7'
Walnnnu load district flDIMH'
rtoad Department (Piiiilua ltd) Hi c(
Ewn road district (from toad
tax fund 1000.0(
Hnwall'tn Hoard 75.nr
Kaplolanl Pnrlt ft2H.3
Koolauluti toad district HK7
Wnlalua toad district 1138.7r
Walincn hrldgo 227.ll
Wnlalua road district nno.nn
Coroner's ft-CH .- .tli.tK-
Police Department ;. lH.Sf
County Attorney 73.no
Hoiul Department r.nr,.Sl'
flarbngo Department 429.75
Keepers nf Parks 12.fi'
Iload Department no:,l..i;
TOWING im SUCCEED
Towing tests madu during tho trl'
of thu Pacific tleet front tho Coast p
this placo were entirely successful, no
cot ding to statements mnilo yester
day by staff unicorn on hoard tho Wus
Virginia. A few of thu towllncs purl
cd, but this was owing tu friction. A
dynamometer Is attached to each n
tho linos, to if how the strain, which b
about 40,000 pounds tinder tho cond.
lions found on this trip.
or police force ns tn thu plan tu Ik
pursued in delecting the crime, hns h
not? A. Yen. In somo cases ho In
taken Itccvcs or Leal or somo othe
members of tho Department. Then
were n lot of liquor cases In which
tho Sheriff used l.uahlwa, whllo I Jus
had u knowledge of those things golnp
Q. Now ynu say In this Isol bribery
tnnttcr Tnwnsend was tho nnu whu in
formed you? A. Ah It finally came
out Townsend was the one, although
ho said ho wus acting as an Interpret
er for tho Sheriff.
Q. Don't you know Mr. Taylor from
conversations ynu had with tho Shor
Iff and Mr. Townsend, that tho Sheriff
never did take Tnwnsend Into Ills con
fldonco and loll him that ho wns lay
ing a trnp fur Isol for tho purpuso ol
catching him In tho attempt of brlli
cry? A. I can't answer that ipies
Q. Ah it matter of fact you don't
knnw whether tho Sheriff look Town
send into his confidence or not? A.
Probably ho did, because Tnwnsend In
tcrprcted nt thu (list meeting they
hnil, nnd Interpreted nt tho second
meeting, and Townsend hud full
knowledge of what transpired nnd
also nf tho Sheriff's suggestion that
Isol come through with 1COO.
Q. I do not think you understand
mo. Thu Sheriff told you that all these
negotiations wcro tnerly u scheme, on
IiIh part to entrap Isol. You don't
know, as a matter of fact, that tho
Sheriff over took Townsend Inln his
confidence lo the extent nf letting
Townsend know that all these negotia
tions that wore being curried on weru
part nt a schemo for entrapping Isol?
A. Well, I can't answer (hat I
thought ho understood what was go
Q. nut ho did not tell you Hint hu
understood that tho whole thing was
a scheme tu enlrnp Isol? A. No mut
ter what happened, ho would bo u wit
ness ns n Police Officer.
Trapping of Isol?
CJ. Did tho Sheriff take anybody In
to IiIh confidence, as far as you know,
In tho Isol mutter before tho mutter
nf .ltu unto became known to you, to
tho oxlont nf Informing any nnu that
these negotiations that wcro carried
on wero not for tho purpobo of any
thing, but to entrap Isol? A.' I recol
lect n conversation that tho Sheriff
had, that hu and Townsend had been
working up'thls cabo against Isol.
Q. Hut you never did learn Hint
Townsend know what tho Sheriff's
schemo was,', whether It wus it schemo
tu actually 'entrap Isol or not, nnd
whether TownBend was not tnkon In
to tho Sheriff's confldenco? A. Town
send told mo that Isol mado tho first
offer, but tho Sheriff refused, but
that Isol Insisted on IiIh coming again
and Townsend told tho Sheriff ho had
merely como along as an Interpreter
nnd that ho wns not lu any way con
nected with tho Isol schemo. Q. Uut
getting right down to tho question,
Townsend Hover knew fiom tho Sher
iff Hint llio negotiations weru merely
for tho purpose of entrapping Isol? A.
As far ns I kujiw wo Just wept over the
That Is ull, Mr, Taylor, '
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WEEKLY) WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, Aug. 31, 1903.
The mean temperatures vere higher than those of ths preceding
week at all stations In the Kohala, Hamakua and Kilo districts of Ha
waii, at all on Oahu, nnd Motokat, In the Hamakuapoko, Koolau, Kula,
and the central and western parts of the Walluku district of Maul,
and in the Koolau, Puna and western portion of the Kona districts of
Kauai; elsewhere they were lower, excepting no change In the Lahalna
district of Maul. The greatest changes ranged from tl.0'1 to 42.3.
The rains were well distributed, but generally light, and occurred
excepting at the lower levels of the Ewa and Waianae districts of Oahu,
In the northern portion of the Kau district of Hawallnd.the Kula and
eastern portion of the Walluku districts of Maul. -
The greatest amounts of rainfall occurred In the windward districts
of Maui and the northeutern districts of Hawaii.
The rainfall, In Inches, by districts was: Hawaii Kohala and Hama
kua 0.7S to 1.11, Hllo 1.02 to 2.70, Puna 1.1G to 1.46, Kau 000 to 0.72, and
Kona 0.27 to 2 Si: Maul Koolau 4.53 to 4.93, hlamakualoa 2.00, llama- .
kuapoko 1.3S, Kula 0.00, Walluku 0.00 to 0.07, atfd Lahalna 0.14; Oahu
Koolauloa 0.14, Koolaupoko 0.17 to 0.76, Honolulu, lower levels, 0.03,
Ewa 0.00 to 1.10 and Waianae, lower altitudes, 0.00; Kauai Koolau 0.84,
Puna 0.09 and Kona 0 07 to 0.41, and Molokai 0.10 to 0.45.
At stations having a record of ten or more years the rainfall was
below the weekly average at all stations in the section, excepting an
excess of 0.46 Inch at Ookala, Hawaii.
The deficiencies, In Inches, In the several districts were: Hawaii
Kohala 0.07 and 0.08, H-makua 0 24 to 0.56, Hllo 0.40 to 1.82, Puna 0.23,
Kau 0.74 to 0.92 and Kona 1.59; Oahu 0.13 to 0.63, and Kauai 0.11 to 0.74.
The amount of rainfall for the week was In excess of the preceding
week's on Molokai, In the central portion of the Hllo district of Hawaii,
and generally on theifremalnlr.g islands.
The greatest excetses occurred In the windward districts of Maul,
and ranged from 1.59 to 1.92 Inches: and the largest deficiencies In scat
tered districts of Ha'-vall the greatest being 1.86 Inches. . -.-
More rain Is greatly needed in t he Hana and Kula districts of Maul, the
Kau district of Hawaii, and at the lower levels on the leeward side of
Tho following table shows 'the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawali 73.2' 1.48 Inches.
Maul 75.6 1.62 Inches.
Oahu 77.6" 0.35 Inch.
Kauai 76.6' 0.30 Inch.
Molokai 76.0' 0-23 Inch.
Entire Group 75.2" 1.12 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu partly
cloudy weather generally obtained, with measurable rainfall on three
dates amounting to .08 Inch, .25 less than the normal for the week, and
.07 more than during the preceding week. The maximum temperature
was 83', minimum 71", and mean 77.3 1.1" below the normal for the
week, and 0.3' higher than last week's. The prevailing wind on tho
first six days and for the week was NE. and S. on the 29th; the average
hourly velocity was 8.7 miles. The mean dally relative humidity ranged
from 63 to 78 , and for the week was 67.6 . The mean dally
barometer was from .02 to .09 Inch above normal, and the mean for
the week, 30.02 Inches, was .04 above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Not: The figures following (he namo of station Indicate llio dale
with which Hie week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Ppukcn Ranch (271 lialn fell on flvo dales, amounting lo 1.11
inches, .12 Inch less than during the prooe'dlng week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mill (27)-Tho mean temperature was 73.8. Showers oc
curred on r, dates and amounted lo . Inch, ,'JS less than last week's,
nnd .08 below the nver.tgo. T. II. Llllle.
Kohala Mission (2M Thero woro llo days wllh rainfall, amounting
to 1,07 Inches, ,07 Inch below Ihu average, and .M lean tlitin "thu pro
vlous week's. The menu temperature was. 72 7. Dr. It. I). HoniL
Nlulll (27) Tho mean temperature wiih 73.8. Haiti fell on six
dates nnd totaled 1.01 Inches, 1.17 Iosh than last week's, and .07-Inch
holow tho fUornge.- !'. G. Pnctow.
Honokaa (25) Haiti fell on the last six dates, occurring mostly at
night, nnd amounted to ,7S Inch, .r below (ho uverage; and l.tia Inrheu
less than last week's, Tho mean temperature was 7.1.1.
Paauhau (27) The mean temperature was 77.K". Showers occurred
dally and totaled 1.03 Inches, .24 Inch below llio average, mid .87 less
thnn tho preceding week's. 15. K. Strecter.
Ookala (27) A heavy rain occurred on tliu 22d, and lighter ones
on tin eo later dales, totaling 2.(i.r Inches, .Hi Inch above tho average,
and .09 less I ban last week's. Tho mean temperature wiih 7.1.3s.
Laupahoehoe (27) Tho nlghtH wero rainy, tho rainfall for Hie week
being 3.54 Inches, ,G8 Inch below tho average, ami .GO less thnn during
tho preceding week. 1". W. Ilarnard. ,
Honohlna (27) ShowerH occurred dully and totaled 1.52 InchcH,
1,82 less than tho uverage, and ,32 Inch moru than during thu preceding
week. W. Elliot.
Hakalau (27) Tho mean temperature wiih 7H.r. Iltilu fell on flvo
datcH and amounted to 2.18 Inchon, .88 Inch less Hum tho average, and
.17 moro than Inst week's, J. Krascr. '
Pepeekeo (27) lialn occurred dally and totaled 2.UI Inches, .89 Inch
Iosh than llio nvernge. and .41 moro Hum tho prcvlotiH week's. Tho
ttienn temperature wus 72.8. A. Hllva,
Papalkou (27) Showers nccuircd dully heavy on thu 2(ith and
nmountcil to 2.70 Inches, 1.53 less than during tho preceding wqek.-
Hllo (27) Tho mean trmpcrnturo was 71. 1". lialn fell on six dnlea
and lotuted 2.52 Indies. 40 inch below the average, and .17 less than
Inst week's. !.. C. Lymtin.
Ponahawal (27) llnlim occurred on six dnts, nnimmtliiK to 2.U7
Inches, .57 Inch less than during Ihu preceding v.cuk Thu mean (cm
peraturo was 72.5. J. 13. Onmallolhon. '
Kapoho (27) Brisk NK. winds provallcd, with n mean tempernluio
of 71.1, and dully rains amounting to 1.10 Inches, .23 Inch below tho
nvernge, and .05 loss thnii last woek's. II. J, I.ym.in.
Kaueleau (20) Tho menu tempornturo wnH 70.0. Haiti fell on Ihn
last six dates and totaled 1.10 Inches, 1.8G less than during tho prece
ding week. P. L. Webster.
Pahala (20) Thero wiih no rainfall, u deficiency of .92 Inch for tho
weok, and -1 1 less than tho previous week's. Tho mean tompurnturo
wus 73,4". Hnw. Agrlc. Co,
Naalehu (2K) Thero wns hut .25 Inch of rnlnfnll during tho weok
on tho 22d .74 less thnn Ihu nverngo. Iluln Ih greatly needed.
Kau (2G) Strong "trades" prevailed the hitler part of thu woek.
Tho mean temperature was 07.0". Haiti fell on four dates and totaled
.72 Inch. ,00 let.H limit during tho preceding week. W. II, Hnysehlen,
Kealakekua (27) lialn fell on three dates mid amounted to 2.51
Inches, of which 2,10 fell on llio 27lh. It, Wiilhicu.
Kealakekua (20) Thu iue.ui leinper.ituro wiib 71.0. Them woro
threo dajd wllh ralulall, totaling .27 Inch, 1.59 Indies below the
average, and 1.36 less than the previous week's. Iluv. S. 11. Davis,
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ISLAND OP MAUI.
Huelo (27) Thu mean tempernluio Was 71.8". Italii occuricd dally
heavy on tho 2llh and iiiiiouiitd in 1,5:1 Inches, l.nj more than dur
ing Ihn preceding week. .1. I Kern Ira.
Nahlku (27) llalns occurred dally heavy o:i the 2llh imi 27th
nnd totnled 1.113 Inches, 191 mom th U t -e .-'s Th We-in tem
perature wns 7I.G".-?0. O. JcmIix.' .
Haiku (27) t.'ght trade winds prevailed, wllh nu nvorigo of partly
. .cloudy 'weather. .and rainfall on five dates amounting Jhi,.2,'i0 Jnclies,
1.57 more thnn the previous week's.- Tho mean temiiehtiiru was
" 73.SV-1). I). Iliildwlii.
Peahl (27) llnlns occurred on Hie lar.l file dates heavy on tho
21th ami lolaled 3.21 Inches, 1.02 more Ihan during Ihu preceding
week. II. (Irovcii.
Hana (24) Tho mean tomperatiito was 77.5'. Kiln fell on Ihreo
dates nnd nmountcil to 1.30 Inches, .SO Inch Icfs Hi-iii last week's.
More- rfln is greatly needed (I. O. Cooper
Klhel- (25) -There was up rainfall, .00' lest thnn during tho prece
ding .week, .Thu menu lemperaluio wan 70.2. M J. .Mourn.
Puunene (27) Tliu mean temperature wns "0.5 . ltalnlesH weather
coiitlnncil. V. Sent hv.
Kahulul (2S) Warm. rlnr and rainless weather continued. Tho
ttienii leinper.ituro was 78.2 ..I A. llnltle.
Walluku (27) (U'lierally clear weather pievnlled. with .07 Inch of
rnlnfnll on the 2llh, that amount more than lnnl week'ti -nnd traces
on the Inrt threo dntes. Thu mean tcmpciutiiin wns 77.0. Hro. Prnnk.
Kaanapall (27) Strong .NT. winds, cloudy nnd euhally weather ob
tained on the last flvo dates, with night rains on two dates amounting
to .11 Inch, .11 moro than l:,bt week's. W. Itobh.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (28) Warm sunny dnys obtained, with showers on four
nlghts.nnioiiiitlng to .11 Inch, .42 below tho uvernge. and .01 less than
Inst weck'n. Tho mean temperature was 7i.2. It. T. C'hiUtoplierscn.
Hauuta (28) Strong SB. winds prevailed, with showers on six dates
amounting to ,58 Inch, .35 moro than during tho preceding week. The
mean temperature was 80.15. Mrs IC. W. Hay.
Maunawill Ranch (28) Tho menu temperature was 75.1'. Thcro
wero live iIhjs with rain, totaling .70 Inch, .03 below tho uverage, and
,30 Ipsj than last week's. .1. Held.
Walmanalo (28) Showers occurred on threo dales nnil amounted to
.17 inch, .21 less tliuti tho average, anil .12 more than thu provloml
week's. The mean temperature was 7S.S". A. livine.
Walawa (29) Tim mean tempprntiiie wns 75. I. and tho rainfall .31
inch, Hint amount more Hum last week's. At the ditch theto was l.lo
Inches of rnlnfnll, .95 Inch less than ulurlng tho preceding week.
Ewa (29) Clear to partly cloudy weather obtained, with southerly
winds un (ho 29lh, There wns no rainfall, no change from last week,
and .13 Inch below llio average. Tho mean temperature wns 77.4.
Waianae (28) Thero was no rainfall, no change from the previous
weok, and .28 Inch below the weekly nvorage. The mean temperuturo
wns 79.8". P. Meyer.
ISLAND OP KAUAI.
Kilauea (2M Variable winds and pjrtly cloudy weather obtained,
wllh .81 Inch of rainfall, .30 less than llio average, slid .01 moro than
last weck'n. The menu tonipcrnttuo wan 75.2" I.. II, llorelko,
Kealla (28) Tito mean temperature was 77 I. Showers occurred
on two dales and amounted to .u'J Imli, .07 less than during tho pre
ceding week. Mnkeo Sugar Co.
Kotoa (28) Warm weather coiilliiiied, with light showers on six
dates amounting lo .11 Inch, .21 more than last week's, and .71 Inch bo
low tho average. Tho mean temperature vviih 70.0.
Eleele (28) Thero has been but little rhaiico In weather conditions
for atitiio lime paM Itn'n fell n Hi e d..t .. .i.id amounted to .10 Inch.
Makawell (28) Tho mean loniporntuio vwih 78.2". On Ihu 22d Iheio
v.iis .07 Inch of rainfall. II less than the average, and .05 iiioro than
tho previous week's.- Haw Sugsr Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu (28) Partly cloudy weather obtained, wllh showcrB on
four dates amounting to .15 Inch, .25 mote than last week's, Tho menu
(einpenUure was 70.0" - C. C Lnnrmlt.
Molokai Ranch (28) -Tho mean tciiiperaluro was 75.5. Thoro was
rain on threo dates, amounting lo .10 inch, Hint amount moro thnn dur
ing tho prcccillnu) week. O. V. Cooke.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AMD COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALI & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
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