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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAR. 12, 1912.
SHE ACCUSES TOLLY OF STEALING
HER HAWAIIAN IDEAS FOR PLAY
poll tlio potsonal light against Kuhlo,
n prince of Hawaiian lojnlty.
I K1.I1I0 requests that "Inrnioii)" pro
Sail In the Itopubllcaii part) We
honrtlly ngrcc with him I'ut nsldo
this personal flsht, slop bickering ami
Insulting, elect n solid Taft delegation
lor one ns niav be ileeincil best at
jlhat tlnio to Chicago, help frear anil
, Kuhlo In the give-and-take game and
ShOWS HOW AltaCKS Ull MM O all means maintain the solid He
PERPETRATED BY WALT ANPDOUGALL
Are Ruinous to Com
to feel that we are reaching the limit
Mrs. Grace A. Fendler Says He f mrni coincidence.
rWHlnlv Tnnk Hpp Own "" wo llml "0" au,nor9 K0,n f"r-
ueriainiy i ook nt,r uwn ther atM niaklnK lhelr ,,,.,.,,,, rQ.
IVIatCrial. rime n crown, (this refusal beliiK n
lllflf IICIUIH, US III! IIUWIIIIUIl ITIUC'eSS. rt ....... .. .. AoLIt
When .Mrs. draco A. Kendler accus- )h Knon to have done such n tiling,)! "A Sett a. the Mr J"" 'tk
ol ItUliinl Walton Tull) of stealing ttt. nlc infleil In a)lug that ope of f ll""' P"tjllihen the following In the
from her the material for hH lliwall- ,ni,,t. authors got his Idea from tin' l:nKl1811 eelan of a '"'''I' . ,i,
an p1a, -The tllrd of Paradise." she t,er When we fallow the mattori Though often tempted to enter the
. ,,.. ,,i,..i iiu rlmrce with sued- r..Mi... ,.. nn.i n,.i .i. ..-i .,...,.,.. i. pol tlcil arena, wii have so far re-
fleallons The Now lork Times sent mjtle t0 attract a, foiolgn dot tor. tem- Iralno.l from this step Incline our lrnU, aml (llon 1n0 hl rajB t10
... .. . . . ... .' ' . I I I., to nrt In I. n (.tawitl fl till till! ill K . . ...-
n "ftiaii) mnn" to write tne si r up, p()rarll In Hawaii In search of a cure""1" " '" '"'" - reireaung Hepumican laciionu townrii
and hero l what he produced for lepros), and that each princess senslon In the Republican ranks, lint Kmul vMllcal sictmi ,i tl,o proxl-
Richard Walton Tull and some oth- fascinates her doctor with the same' tlle I'roeiit ticket) and domor.i l7ln mate KPIlcrnl elections.
eia were oungeii it) go inio uio u- native dance and by surf riding, and .."".. ' ,, '. '..
memo Court jesterda and answer that at least two of the nets nre ulv- ,"", 'crruor
the .iceusatlon of Mrs Oraie A Fend- ..,, the same since settlne. we this warning ninl H tiro Aiiniiuis- p ri,a, fnvi)r ,m tho rc8llentK ,lt
ler that his plaj "The lilrd of I'nru- would require conclusive evidence to
publican cordlnllt) that prevailed dur
ing tho past
both tho Governor and tho Delegate
have their faults and peculiarities,
both hao made mistakes, both nro
lighting for personal siipremac), both
nro staunch Republicans, both must
consider tho wolf nro of the party.
Therefore we request that both nrbl
this Termor, compens us io issue T, .... Ion:irtment would confer
"Thai If tho AdiulnlH-' ,.,., ,..,, .. ,i,., ,i,ii.. ,.r
Tho nlnl nf Punt- ,.....i.i .. . n.i..Ji. ..t.i. ... trntlon iloeMi t liniueu aiei) uisconiiu- u,,..,!. tin,. , i. U1,i,i ovi.l . win-
.Use. now being plaed at Sluxlno T.I- ovetrome the conviction that one of " u" lr!',cllt parsetntlon or iioiiil- t)u fry ,lCR 1)0rton of tn Hakalau-
Holts Theater, was cribbed In part those authors had used tho materlalo lcallr',. a the Athertlscr nml M lract ex,eniIllB n011K tt,0 Oooni-
fiom a pla called -In Hawaii" which f n,e other" ,l,e la"nllan s,nr ' their attempt ,, roa()i m fco, (,eelli n1(, c()m.
the wrote ever so long ago and has , nlthough .Mr. Tull) sas that t" uphold the unpuimlar attlludo of the I)riinK a,ollt mioen acres, has been
been lrlng to get produced ever ,en sli-cc tho suit started he has tU'lnillilEtr.tlon) don t Imincillatol) ,i,carCl, ,,.8erutlon.
rlnce hud the pe.,sur or reading Mrs. Ken- "I","0"1" ,,u ,h1 "1walli",;An1" '"".
ui ....., n.ni Mr Tuiu'o ..niiinr, .u.-. ..... ,... .1. ... . . .... ' c thzctis Tor their iiumoroiis insuiis, .,, , ... ,,, ., i.
h'j plu on over on llroadway had list or coincidences submitted that slu. the majority or the dclogaie to i i ue mAca n, ,e HtocUholilors of tho
,'oi o hor an lnjut which, whllo It Is has mOrolj mai'e use or "words cus- CUI1"'K Terrltorl i Conjoii Ion will lie .,alk1 ,nJ1)1)Ie c.,)m)anj ,1Bt., ,1()t
Incalculable, she would llko to sea toms, and historical, ethnological and Ktllll .,1,1,l1 n"1 ",0 "Bisiatiirc or nn) )n l)p leag( ,lst lInki ,lcJ
atrned ror by a verdict of at least geographical racts which aro matters ,l)l:l wl" uo coiniKisetl of honest, ra r- (W ,u40 ns jona fl(lo 10mcsteaderi
:25,WH, and In tho meantime would of common knowledge ami which aio. "i1"'!pi1' aittl-admlnlstratlun men, nO(?) nt nakll Ap i;o, n, iilanclmrd,
liutlte Davis be so good us to tell discussed In nnj work or encyclopae- ' lhPlr 'OK'slntUo acts wll item )ti- ,mr0.foO( mau Honolulu, to sco
Mr. Tull and OIIer Morosco and Jno die article of reasonable scope uikiii 8tra, l" ,ho 1'l'lK'''d AlnilRiil) uvie ,hat n() ,)ai, ll)po (t , n 10 cnm
Coit and Hen M, (llioux to stop pro- tho subject of Hawaii." i tutr.uioii. .uu n h w ""r " " UI1( a, t. Starrett, Honolulu market
due lug "The lilrd or t'aradlso" Inline-1 Wanting ror a Hawaiian romance a Hanlas. f'1" "" - '"CKI""11US ";' suporliitcndeiit, to sU- that n market
dluttly inathe girl, ho natlirall) chose ono or,1""1" """ '"" ,""" ,' """ Is obtained for the canned goods.
Justice Davis said be would bio ,,Ki, ami slme. nccoidlng to his us- K-lln ,V10 ll'r,',! "' lliHr Bentl-
aliout It and now has light to that end count. Oueen t.ll Is tin. nnlv lrlnrns nient, ' ,,-., i,n.n ,nrn Inforinn.l Hint ilin
lu tho form of most voluminous briefs of the nnl) other dynaslj, he naturulll The above Is not a threat, for wo ,(,e ()f alll w,c, ,0 llllo Kist-
and affidavits and deadli paralleln, tint turned to tho descendant of Kaineha- dcti't even tho very word, but It Is n (ifilce now stand has been secretlv
t ntlro bulk of Itgil papers being iiat nitha, no creation of his, but one or warning to some stray Hepuhllrnnj. disposed or to the Hllo Railroad Coin-
tiratotl with Hawaiian local color the moat treasured mlhs or the Isl- who hnvo wandered from the trim inliy fnr n,n we Bllm f quo Dollar.
Mr. Toll) Is ver much Irrltittd at nin' And, since he wanted an Amer- patli, and In theli tndenvors to coinu ir such la tlio caso, It's up to the ad-
the Inconvenient r or the suit and et lean for tho maiuaiid jet one staitliu hack to llnu are miidtllnglug nml un- ministration to kindly explain to tho
pleated at what ho considers n com- out with an dialled purpose, he took dermlnlng the once rollil lle(iibllcau public wh) such partiality shntild be
plinient, for he sa)s that the thlngi a doctor, and nil doctors who go to, foundation b) tbslr acts and Insults shown to any private corporation A
alia Kendler recognizes In his pla) Hawaii wllh on exalted purpose havo'towanls our brothors. tho Hawaiian- heiutlful piece or land, which, Ir put
nre slmpl) lliwall and that It means their u)e on leprosv. As ror the n.i- Americans I iii ut auction, would bring it reillza-
he has succeeded In transplanting tle girl attracting lij the hula danco' The "A Selta" Is an atom In thli tlon or about $10 000 On, has been gi-
llawnll to the stage, which was what and the surf riding, wh) that Is tho lllerarv wtnld or ours, but tho tiutu en awa) ror $1.00'
he ret out to do wa) the native gills do their utlract-. often comes rroni the mouths r In- The Public demands an explanation.
lint .Mr lull) s principal answer in lug out there I rants, vve leave it to our lair-mniiieu
the suit Hen In ills assertion that, "However," observes Mr Tull), In readers to consider and decide coiibcI
whereas Mrs readier docs not pre- his memorandum, ' this Is not the only eutloiisly whether our warning Isn't
tend to have shown her play ail)- means or alluring him to sta), ror sho Justified at present
vheie before the early part of l'.Mi), kisses him at the end of Iho act" Kuhlo Is being branded hv soma
lie had completed tho rough sketch Mrs. Fendler has lived main )ears Honolulu edltois as a traitor, a Iihhi-
nlid tlio Hllo or his uacK in 191)7, when 111 Hawaii, and .Mr. Tillli simply went. trite, n nigger, u prince or tlog-oatlng ii,n Hilnil of" Kannl lie has been in
lie was visiting Mrs Phoebe A. there to stud) the place, but ho luu aborigines, etc., and so ought to be jui for tho last rour months on a
Hearst. William Randolph Hearst's elwavs been Interested In It and Ihoioiighl) trounced anj read out or charge or being mixed up In the inur
mother, in California. Resides theoo gravel) recortls that at "a vcr) earl) .Uio Republican pari). Oh, such lli-dcrnfa pallco'fp) noine tlnio ago and
first notes, he submitted to Justice Da- dgo 1 acquired n knowledge nnd w.n suits and tommyrot! The Krear-Ku- tmv, ne H at liberty ngaln before tho
vis ) eater-day an affidavit from Mrs capiblc or singing the native songs of, bio fight is a personal one, but the t rlnl conies off. After his caso had
IIC4IM in wuicii ne recalled .Mr me iiawanans, and accompanied the electorate is being involuntarily, boon eallcd In the eomt and nolle
Tolly's having talked or a Hnwallan tamo ni)self on the native Instrument, 'drawn Into It Now when this fight I m ossed.. ho vas huatled outside biu
play In 1907 and ono from bis wire to Ukulele'" liwomcs a political Issue, on whose wanted to come back nnd tako a "look-
tho same effect. Ah. )es. .a)s Mrs I Oliver Morosco. who Is producing 'Mo will the nnjorlty of the olectoi -',.,. nlo the matter,
rendler, through her attornoy or 'The Ulrd or Paradise," once recclvedlnte he? I'rear Is n learned Jurist null. He was tlidtight to' ho another man
couise, but those first outlines did not her manuscript and considered It, ac- as Governor ' ti)lng to do what ho1 and acting under this delusion tho po-
contain the consircitous scenes which cording to Mrs. 1-ondlcr, but ho sa) thinks is best ror Ihls Terrltor). Ho Le arretted him ninl kept him locked
WRONG MAN STAYS IN
PRISON R)UR MONTHS
Thero Is .a tbowlldcred Japanei-e on
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I StND MEWirTl . , (O-wrtTrTl ( .THERESA 4 l(ff A Kl
1 ill Pil"! ?ZxQliVm DtAOFUL. SMELL I I f 'Wtr
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T, J. STOCKS COT
are mine b right of prior authorship that, If he did ho has forgotten tho
"Kach author of a literary cnniosl- Incident, and that certainl) he never
tlon," observes Paul N Turner, Mis hnpdctl on her material to .Mr. Tull)
Kendler's law)or In his incmorandinp, Jphi Cort, wlio Is made a part) to
'is required to obc) tho coiumind, the action, denies that he has an) In
s ueing iipneiu ny an antngoiilstic. mi- tip for tho last four months. Just nl
popular ami Insulting press. Kuhlo lu the .last moment when the trials weie
a plain gentleman and ns Delegate to coming on they louml they hud the
Congress has done nnd Is doing tnoro , wrong man. Tho Japanese could not
flip IfuUMlll n.i.t Itu ........ln .1..... .. a t . . . .... .. .
I "" "" i"ui"" ,tui u u- ouoerMuuu wnai was. tne matter, now
terest In 'The lilrd of l'aradlse," ui,er expected. Ho has n, graterul and over, and wanted to come hick again,
'Thou shall nut stent
After which ominous statement, tills which. In biuvo legal form, the plain-iBvmpathetlc population behind him
Is what he has to saj jtlff resKns that It can't make unv Kuhlo has been Iho stan Inrd-boaror
"In tho caso at the bar, two aulhorsiltnerciico to him. then, whother Jim-I or tho Republican part) ror many
might bo original and ouch use a Ha-(tlco Davis restrains tho production or )cars Ho has alwu)s orformcd his
..uiiiiii iniiii-i-nn its u i'!iuuii:ifl llll'l uui
would be nothing unusual Ir the) oac.i
mule her the central chaructei Ewm
though there wuic mm) djnastles, It
might not seem strange that each law which went Into errect Junuar) 1 'out or tho Itopubllcaii party. How ali
Btiould chooso as his character a prln-j urd' Dut tho greatest or all absurd-
c,es3 or ine Kiimc;iamchit d) nasty Tho sea claimed
I'llllloiin nre lu elrt illation In Mill's
ucliusclts ror the repca) or the C4-luuir , n dog-citing traitor, and must ho read
duties faithfully, and has made good
nut now because Po has found causo
to differ iierMinnll) with Krear, ho Is
Theie was nothing doing und he has
now to stay out In a cruel, hard
KHAULOA Wcdnesdny, March fi, at
the I. un illlo Homo for Aged Hawaii
mis, Keauloa, 100 years old, a n itlvo
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11(1 llli'H III 1 111. II,I.M IH II, IT. Ill II1I, linWIll III .Alllll,ll.nnu 1,1.- I .III, t tl 111 li n. n.tnn.tn ....
- .. t- --- .. .... .. . ... .... - .. . ............ ...w, (.U(.n , ,..rfV.J, A. IIIIUUI ,I,,II,IIL-, ,,tl
vvin'ii wo iiiiu tqai eacn pricnoss is.iersous vitli Tir, American vessels' "niggers und dog-eating aborlgliics,"i Mnrch tl, 1912, Margarot Peacock,
called tho last of her race, we begin during tho fiscal )ear 1911. and then ask them to rally and sup-1 -aged 8J )twrs.
Picturing that the ravugis of tho
.Mdltiiiiim-.iii ll are m nai In.: the
fruit Imliislr) of the I liiwn ll.tii Isbiuils
and that unless privintlve nuitsiires
uu sihiii iIIki on nd the sugar Indus-
tr will be iiriutluill) nil that Is 1. f I
of the Wands' trade. T. J SIikIik.
cashlir of the Natluuiil Haul, of ('illu
mine, und V. J llnrin of this i It)'
have ntiiriiiil fnini n rour w oiks' trip
to lliiiuilulu with Intiitstiug talis of
iiiudlllims In the Pat UU Tirillory, kii)h
tin Pnsuilina Dill) News "Without
ii tltuilit," Sild Mr Stinks this morn
ing, 'the priililt in ir iiimbatlng the
Mistltiiiinuiii II) Is the greatest "lie
the Islands have to solve This fly Is
much lllie our house II), only It pune-
(ni. the rrult unit lays Its c;gs within miIiiiiiii. "Iltllexo me." said Mr Stocks,
Willi ll butch Into small woims These 'no one wants to stiiv there over one
nil lliii rrult, which ut the same tlmo or two tin its When uui luive nine
biglns to dull), und ltt It be iin- bun iiitiuiul, )ou Ii ive sn n it ull, nml
'pnrtid Into Ainirlen, the Importation fnunil Hie liuiiildll) nluiost iinbi-iii-
nf iiiiiitliull) all lluwalhiu nulls, with able Like ull the nil who t o uwn)'.
tin iMcptloii of plneiipplis mid bum- we are gluil to ne Piisiiilini nnd are
lias, bus Lien rniblildiii 'Ihls intisi's unv. In u position to niHi hile It"
mi mormons los to the Munis' rcve- on tu, tin) nvir. the lienvleRt gale
uui, und the gnwriimilit Is making ev- t luouulirtil In -T. )e.irs wns met b
ci) effult to ihnk the ll) A puiasltH n,,, sbrrii, und iiimrillug to liiuni:inr
us ills, oi mil nut b'lig ngo that would iiippincH ImitiKlit In Mr Htoiks from
Ull the 11), but when the govt ruiiii lit lliiniilulil tcllln-; of the vo)uge, the
iirlmrntid. It was found Hint the riiint liruni In Pnsniltin wns u mem
Milne pirnslto hImi klllid the limit y- ( zeihr "I'liesia wits nut duttiil with
liei's, which tluew that initliuil nut ' white eups," said Mr Stoclis, ' but was
'lluv nro now spending Mist sums to butui to it ennui) 'foini It tlishul
dlscnvir l mitliod of etirinlnatinn tb.ir nvil the ship, sill ishlug M'litlla-
Kuih rndltul incusiiies as tutting dnwii ti.i'H and booms, wlilkwi vivid tleitrliitl
Ull tin f l nit trus In the Ttrrlini) have Kti.rm nilili ii to the ei lit nu lit Most
In in HiiKgehlcd, which shown the ntarm the pisxuigus were so txclted over
which Is filt tiMir the situation I'or- tju. sputacle that tin) ft'igot to be
tlimitel). the sugar Industr) seems to nfrulil, mid most of us lonslilired It
sciure tho prnspuit) of the country lis the un ttest r.atuie or the trip"
a whole" i m
Mr. Stocks and Mr llaren spent two Mini! nils III the II ll 1 1 I'M ll lirlllij
I wi'iks In Ilonoliilu und it wnk ut llw inu rlth ri turns.
HO .OUJLU, T. H., MARCH 11, 1912.
Unutually low temperature! obtained throughout the week over all
the Itlandi, with showery conditions over Oahu, Maul, and Molokal,
and In the Kohala, Hamakua, the Hllo's, and Puna district of Hawaii,
and the northern part of Kauai.
The mean temperatures were lower than during Ihe preceding week
30'to S3" on Hawaii; 18" to 6.4" on Maul; 2.9 to 53" on Oahu;
4.2 to 4.6 on Kauai, and 3 6 on Molokal.
The rainfall was below the average for the week at all ttatlons
having a record of ten or more years on Hawaii, Oahu, and Kauai, and
In the Makawao and portions of the Walluku districts of Maul, On Mo.
lokal, and In the Hana, and Lahalna and parts of the Walluku districts
of Maul It was above the average.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the
different districts of the several Islands: HAWAII North Kohala 0 66
to 1.07, Hamakua 1.89 to 200, North Hllo 200 to 2B1, 8outh Hllo 0.77 to
3 49, Puna 0.77 to 1 60, Kau 000, South Kona 0.4?, and North Kona.0.16;
MAUI Makawao 206 to 359, Hana, 0.74 to 4,52, Walluku 0.48 to 0.80,
and Lahalna 0 52; OAHU Koolauloa 0.19, Koolaupoko 0.33 to 049, Ho.
nolulu 0 21 to 1.71, Ewa 0 06, Walanae 0 02 and Walalut 0.17 to 023;
KAUAI Hanalel 0 56, Llhue 0 66, Koloa 0.11, and Walmea 0.02 J and
MOLOKAI Molokal 1.04.
The following are the departurei from the average, In Inches, In
the several districts: HAWAII North Kohala 0.33 to 0.95, Ha.
makua 0 31 to 0.36, North Hllo 1.79 to 1 88, South Hllo 2.96 to
3 02, Pun.-. 1.73, Kau 1.25 to 1.27, South Kona 0.55, and North
Kona 0.79; MAUI Makawao 0.12, Hana 40.11, Walluku 027 to
S0.14, and Lahalna 40 09; OAHU Koolauloa 087, Koolaupoko 1,11
to 1.48, Honolulu 0.47 to 1,47, Ewa 0.53, Walanae 0 48, and Wat.
alua O.70; KAUAI Hanalel 1.61, Koloa 1.23, and Walmea
1.13; and MOLOKAI Molokal 4005.
The follnwlng table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii , . . ..w. ....7. .. 65 3 1.28lnchei.
Maul 64.9 1.82 Inches.
Oahu 66 7 0.49 Inch.
Kauai 66 6 0.34 inch.
Molokal 63 8 104 Inches.
Entire Group, . . 65 7 108 inches.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Hono.
lulu unusually long continued cool, cloudy weather obtained, with
traces of rainfall on two dates and measurable amounts on five, total.
Ing 0.21 Inch, 0.47 lets than the normal for the week, and 002 more
'than during the preceding week. The maximum temperature was 73,
minimum 61 and mean 669, 4.1 below the weekly normal, and 2.9
lower than last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied from
66 to 80, and the mean for the week vyas 669 about 3' Ijelow
normal. Northterly wlntjs prevailed on each day of the week, with
an average hourly velocity of 9.7 miles. The mean dally barometer
ranged from 30.10 to 30.16 inches, and the mean for the week, 30.13,
was 0.13 Inch above the normal.
ISLAND OF HAWAII. o
Puakea Ranch (7) Showers occurred on six dates nml totaled .7J
Inch, .49 1S8 than during the preceding, weuk. A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (fi) Ilaln foil daily and amounted to .fift Inch, M
below Iho averugo. and .27 less than last week's. The mean tem
perature was 04.4. Or. II. I), lloiid.
Kohala Mill (7) Tho mean teniteratiire was fil!.4. Theio were
flu- da.vu with rainfall, which amounted to .70 Inch, .111 less than the
previous week's, and .81 below tho averago. T. H. I.llllo.
Nlulll (.") Show his occurred ,all) and totaled 1.07 Inches. .33 Inch
less than the average. Tho mean temperature, was l!5.2. K. C. I'ue
low. Honokaa (6) Tho moan temperature was GG.G. Ilaln fell on six
dnttH and amounted to ZOO Inches, .71 Inch more than lust week's, and
111 less than the average, Geo. It, Sims
Paauhau. (0 ) Showers occurred dally and totaled 1.S9 Inches, .31".
Inch below the average, and .31 less than tho previous week's Tho
mean temperature was 0(1.1. Louis Wilson
Ookala (7) Tho mean tumperutiire was G5,p, and tho rainfall
which occurred dally, 2.00 Inches, 1.88 below the average, and M Incn
less than last week's. W. O. Lawson.
Papaaloa (7) Tlio rnlufall amounted to 2 38 Inchos, ,40 Inch moie
than "luring tho preceding week, (J. McLennan
Honohlna (G) Showeis occurred dally and totaled 5.S1 Inchos, 1.M1
Icks titan the previous week's, uud 1,79 below tho average. Jas. A.
Hakalau (7) Tlio moon tcinperaturq was G5 9. Ilaln roll on six
dates and amounted to .77 Inch, ,ltij Inches, less than the overage.
Honomu (7) Ilaln fell dally and amounted to 3 49 Inches, 9.1K lo-a
than, tlprlng thp preceding week, J Oliver
Papalkou (7) Showers occurred dull) and totaled 1 Gl Inches, 2'M
below the average, iiml fi.fsl less than tlio previous weok'B. John T.
Kapoho (7) The mean temperatuin was 6GG", Ilaln fell on threo
dates and amounted to .77 Inch, .ot) loss than last week's, and 1,73
Inches below thn average, H. J, I.yuiaii.
Kaueleau (G) Showers occurred dail) and totaled 1.C0 Inches, 3 19
lesn Hum during ilia preceding weok Tho menu temperature wim
l.l.9 I.. I'. Turner.
Pahala (G) Tho mean leiuperntiiro was GO 4, and thero Aas no
lalnfnll, 3.1G Inches less than last week's, and 1.2S below tlio uver
uge. Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Naalehu (G) Thero was no rainfall, 3 92 Inchos loss than ilurlni;
the piecedlng week, ninl 1.27 below tho uverago C. Jlonry Whlto.
Keajakekua (7) Showers oceuned on two dates and totaled .42
Inrh, 5ri below tlio average, alii) .11 loss thuu during the precedlm;
week. Robert Wallace
Kealakekua (fi) The moan temperature was G3 2, Rain foil on
two dae and nmoiiutod to ,1G luoli, ,70 below, tho average, and .09
less than last week's Rov. Samiiol II, Davis,
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (7) Strong Northwest winds prevailed, with unusually Iinv
day tempornliires, nnd generally cloud) weather, wllh dally showeri
totaling 2.0G Inchon, 12 Inch below tho average, uud .2G less than last
week's. Tho mean temperature was 1,3 2. I). I) Baldwin.
Kallua (7)i The moan temperature was CO. 4. Ilaln foil dally mid
amounted to .') fj'j Inches, 1,37 less thai) during tho preceding week.
W P I'oguo
Nahlku (7) Excessively heavy lalns occurred on tho 2ml mid show
ers uu tho remaining dales, toliillug 4,52 Indies, 11 Inch above thn
uvoingu uud .10 less than last week's. The moan teinporatuio wui
C3(l C O Jacobs ,
Hana (4) Thti moan tomperature was C'J 9, Rain roll dally and
nmnuiitcd to .71 Inch, ,r,7 less than during the preceding week. Oeo.
Kahulul (7) Rain fell on six dates and amounted ti( .48 Inch, .14
above the uverago. and .-2 moie thin the piovluus week's. Thu mean
teiupeiaturo was (17.1. J, C. Toss, .It.
Walluku (7 Rhowe'rs oceuned dall) and totaled SO Inch, .27 bo
low tho average, and .42 less than last week's Tho mo in loinpciaturo
wns G')2. llrolher Trunk,
Kaanapall (7) The menu teniperatnio was G3 5. Measurable tain
fall occurred on six dates and amounted to Sil Inch. .49 nuiro than
tlio .ivorngo, nnd 1.25 Inchos less Ihan tlio pievlous weeks. Capt C. 1".
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (8) Tho mean Icmpciutiiio was G7.!). Ilaln fell on tho lur.t
five dales nnd amounted to .19 Inih, ,K7 below Hie uveriigo, uud .17
less than tlio pluvious week's'. W T. Vdrfcld.
Maunawill Ranch (M Showeis occuirod daily and totaled .in Inch,
.93 less than last week's, and l.lh Inches below tho nveinge. Tho
mean temporntiiro was i;fi.r, John Held
Walmanalo (8) Tho mean temperature was G7.0. Haiti Toll on
font dales and amounted to 33 Inch. ,17 iiitnn than tho pievlous
week's, uud 1.11 Inches less thnn the nveiage. A. Iivllio.
Luakaha (8) Showtus oeeuried dallv at Iho uppei station amount
ing to I. BO Inches .(2 tin tl less thuu 1 irt week's; mid nl tho Inwoi ft i
tloii totaling 1,71 Inches, 1.17 less limn the nvtuuge, uud .CO 1 in li moio
than during the preceding week. I.. A, Memo.
Ewa (9) Tlio mean temperature wns G7.2. Thero was a traeo or
lalntall on tho 2nd uud moasuiahle amounts on thn list two dates
amounting to .Oil inch, .53 below tho nvoiago, nml .02 loss Hi m last
week's It, Mullor.
Walanae (8) Tlioio was .02 liuli of rainfall on tho Eth, .18 below
Iho nvoiago, nhd ,13 lets Hum Iho piovlous wcoKs The mean temper
ature was LD.9V-I Me)0i.
Schoflcld Darrarks (8) Tho mean teiupeiaturo wan U 8, Rain fell
dull) mid iiiiiouuted It) .17 Hull. ,20 lemi Ihan during thn preieillni;
week. It. SI. Cullei, ('apt. Med Omps.
Walalua (7) Tlio mean tompei.ituro waa GG n It ilu fell on rour
dates and uuioiiutoil Io .21 Huh, 70 liolow tho average, uud I III luchoi
less than last week's. Jos. Telxeiia.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (8) Showers oceuned on foui dales and loliled ,.riG Inch,
.r,n moio than last wetk's, nii.l 1.G1 Inches loss Ihan Uui nvoiago.
The nii.iii tcmpeialillo wait t,B.li.l. II, llorelkn
Llhue (S) Thn input leliipeiatuio wns I CO". Rnlu fell on nix dales
and niuimnlcil to ,G Inch I.lliun Plantation Co.
Elccle (M Showeis oecuiied on tlnio diflea and lot lied 11 Inch,
78 less than dill Ing Ihe pieiedliig week, nnd 1 2J Indies below tho
nveinge. Melll)dn Sugar Co.
Makawell (S) Tlio mean tonuieratiiio was G8 2" lluiio wan 02
Huh or rainfall on the 7lh. .01 lers than last week's, and I 1,1 Inches
below Iho aveiage Hawaiian AKiirultiii.il Co
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Molokal Ranch (S)--Tho mean tiniipeiiituie was GT.8 Showers oe
runed dall) and loluled 1 04 Inches, 1 12 less thin Hut week's ami
.un Inrh moio than the itvuiugo. J. H 11 Pi alt, Ii
WM. B, 8TOCKMAN,
l'ollllcil campaigns alwa)H furnish
n lot of Jo) for the outsider wim
dot i n't uue much which way they
go. The present temp lu Democratic
milks between Col. C. I. McCarthy
ami I, I,. McCanilleSH has st.nlud nit
with bitterness fioni the outset, hut It
his Homo liidlcious phases, and one
or them bobbed up last night when
some or McCarlh)'s niends met lu hU
olliees over lu Iho Wuwilc) biillillui;
In boom his nomination ror Delegate.
Tlio eoiiudl or war was being held
when uu Indignant Until lion brought
in thn news that Link was downntnlii
at tho tntiaucu to tho building, but
tonhiilliig vailous Di iiioct ills as they
anUi'd to attend thu eoiielnvo,
Nittuially Link wasn't luvltod to thn
meeting One in in e.iiuo In late .nil
lepoiled Unit ho had been "stood up'
b) MrCiindlchS against thn wall be
low uud while Link talked Hllo ono
car, "Soipbox" H.ii inn waa whtspi"
lug mnllliliioiihl) Into tho other
That added sonn moio rue! to thn
II. lines uud tho McCarth)ltes today
oxpiosscd ilgiitcous liullgii ttion that
the man who Is opposing the Colonel
foi Delegate to Congiesa- should tiy
Io hietk up the llttlo part) b) button,
holing Uio Invited few
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