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COAST GROWTH AND
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lifitcrcil t the IWoflice of Ilunuhilii, 11. T, Matlar.
ScmlWckly Usued Tuesdays and Friday.
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WALTER Q. SMITH, Editor.
Month J0 IVr Month, Foreign.
Tear 6.00i IVr Yeiir, Foreign..
Payable Invariably In Advance.
OHAKLEB S. CRANE, Manager.
One hears much or the mntorlnl piogrcii of Run I'rnnclsco, yet, ns tho Argonaut
points out, its pneo is far exceeded by thnt of Los Angeles nml Seattle.
Tho Coast metropolis, in MOO, put up trt.000,000 worth of new structures; in
1005 tho value of new buildings incrensed to $10,000,000, n gnln of 1C0 per cent.
"Hut in Los Angeles," Rays tho Argonaut, "tho increase wn much moro
ttriking, for that city erected $2,000,000 worth of new buildings in 1000 nnd
$13,000,000 in 1004, a relntlvo Increnso of 050 per cent. Benttlc, though no
showing tho wonderful development of Los Angeles increased her outlay In
new buildings 2o0 per cent. In 1001, tho property vnlues In San Francisco
amounted to $110,000,000, nnd In 1005 to Jfl'J 1,000,000, n gain of 30 per cent.,
whereas those in Los Angeles rose from $100,000,000 to $237,000,600, or n gain
of 137 per cent., nnd those in Scattlo from $10,000,000 to $70,000,000, n gain
of CO per cont. The bnnk clearances show tho samo tendency, thoso of San
Francisco having increased 70 per cent, during tho period mentioned; thoso of
Seattle 133 per cent., nnd those of Los Angeles 241 per cent. We nro in tho
habit of congratulating ourselves upon tho growth in population, which, under
ordinary circumstances, would bo Btriklng enough, but which still fails to
favorably with the greater strides made by tho two cities with which tho
other comparisons have been made. San Francisco in 1000 had a population
of 342,000, which in 1005 had increased to approximately 450,000, tho gain per
cent, for that period being 31. In tho same time, Los Angeles increased her
population from 100,000 to 204,000, n gain of 100 per cent., nnd Seattlo grew
from n city of 73,000 to one of 154,000, a gain of more than 100 per cont. also,
Tho advanco sheets from tho 'Monthly Summary of Commcrco nnd Finnncc,'
issued by tho Department of Commcrco and Labor, for tho nlno months of this
year ending with September, show that, oven as a port, tho city docs not hold
its own in competition with its 1'ugct Sound rival. Thus in 1004 tho Pugot
Sound ports exported $10,000,000 worth of domestic merchandise, which amount
was raised to $39,340,425 in 1005. San Francisco, on the other hand, had an
export trado of $20,100,472 in 1904 for tho nlno months, which rose to
in 1905. Thus, ns far as tho export trado is concerned, the l'ugct Sound
norts havo undoubtedly tho superioritj'."
Tho romarkablo growth of population nnd business on tho Coast is bound to
havo n bcncGcont influcnco upon tho tourist and investment affairs of Honolulu.
Tho moro pooplo thcro nro on tho Const tho moro there will bo to como down
here. It is dillicult to get peoplo to pay their way to California, Oregon nnd
Washington from tho Fast nnd then suddenly leavo tho delights of tho slopo
and pay their wny 2000 miles further to Hawaii. Hut to tho peoplo who livo
on tho Coast that region Boon becomes nn old story nnd if thoy want an
change, hero is n nearby placo to got it. A very largo pcrcentago of tho
strangers who como hero now to spend a few weeks, nro Cnlifornians,
and l'ugct Sound people, and in tho expansion of their numbers lies our
own hopo and opportunity.
THE SOUTH AND EUROPEAN LABOR.
Southern Senators proposo to stir up tho labor question this winter and
find out why, if European labor is to bo ticketed through to various land destinations
by tho steamship companies, their part of tho United States should bo
It is claimed, says tho Washington Star, that tho through-ticketing practice
is opposed to tho immigration law, nnd it is likely that thcro will bo an
into tho General subject of practices connected with tho bringing of immi
grants to this country. Tho Southerners think, if tho law as thoy understand
it has becqmo H dead letter, a special effort ought to bo made to divert tho
ntream of immigration to their own broad and cheap ncros and healthful
climate. During tho past summer prominent Southerners have gono abroad
with tho spocial purpose of inquiring into tho conditions that affect the destination
of tho immigrants who land in this country. It is stntcd that they have
boon amazed to discover that practically all over Furopo tho ngents of American
railroads not only promoto tho tide of humanity toward this country, but nt the
samo tirno absolutely fix tho destination of theso people, so that when they
eavo their homes abroad they aro sure to locato on certain lands of tho West
and Northwest, and in that way help in settling up vast areas belonging to
certain railroads, nnd at tho samo timo building up tho traffic of thoso roads.
"They havo also discovered," says tho Washington paper, "that tho South
is absolutely boycotted by tho immigrants becauso tho maps distributed among
Jhom havo tho portion of tho United States south of Mason and Dixon's line
" 'It is all black and unfit for tho settlement of white immigrants,' it is
raid the prospective immigrants aro told.
"Thoy nro impressed with tho idea that the South is laboring under such
social conditions that any white man settling there will bo obliged to associato
with colored peoplo nnd that ho can ucver hope for tho opportunities that aro
easily attained in the great Northwest.
"Becauso of these 'representations, it is said, it is impossible to securo a
einclo European settler for tho Southern States. When the question of settling
tho Southern States was first broached it was supposed that all that was necessary
was to go to New York nnd nt Ellis Island allow tho advantages of that
section to bo known to tho agents who wero in contact with tho newly arrived
aspirants for American citizenship, nut it wns discovered that every man nnd
woman nrriving at the island had their destination absolutely fixed. When thnt
condition wns learned tile inquirors turned their nttention to Europe, nnd there
thoy found thnt for many years tho South had been so represented that It has
finally secured an unfavorable reputation that can not easily bo overcome.
"It has not yot been determined just what is to bo done in relation to this
matter, but it is certain that Southern Senators aro determined, if possible, to
havo a statement of theso fncts placed beforo tho country nnd to chnllengo the
practices of immigration officers who, it is said, aro fully awaro that these
practices aro against tho law and yet do nothing to correct them."
THE EXCLUSION POLICY.
The numerous efforts recently put forwnrd, converging upon tho American
izatiou of this Territory, sliQuld bo encouraged and, if any of them aro imprnc
tieable, thoy should bo abandoned or superseded, 'lliero nro many signs, now-over,
which point to success. Heforo President Koosovclt's nnnual message was
delivered, after tho most careful investigation and deliberation, tho Planters'
Association had adopted a definito policy, which is exactly In lino with so much
of tho President's recommendations as has been published. That body has
abandoned any effort to securo unskilled Chineso labor and has extended its aid
to tho importation of a thousand Portuguese families, probably numbering five
thousand persons, who will bo eligible to citizenship. Tho practical importance
of this movement can readily bo appreciated. It will involvo much expense,
Tiut tho imniodiato addition to our population of n thousand families, of European
oxtraction nnd capable of rapid assimilation, will sensibly and materially
improve tho business conditions of Hawaii,
Ihe land policy of tho territorial government has been liberalized, nnd there
is a prospect of largo sections being opened to settlement. If n bargain is
struck with tho proposed Russian emigrants from southern Cnlifornin, who aro
intelligent, moral and thrifty, and in no respect identified with tho ignorant
and now turbulent masses of Muscovy, the ranks of Hawaiian producers will
speodily receive a large, permanent and most welcome addition. Both for
political and industrial reasons, however, tho brightest omen of approaching
prosperity is the chance for tho introduction of a largo number of experienced
ngrirulturists and horticulturists, who would chiefly como from tho western part
of tho Union. Jarcd G. Smith, who both generally und locally is' thoroughly
i. , . i .., i . i.llf unallDttl to )tllirtr aiitlioiltalh. ftinioni oh the nl
i. -., it. hi ii. " k awH t'.'mm on the Hawaiian lilafi'li for I (HI WO
AmarttaM Iifmi K. I li .It larall.fn, aaaUtiiril y f!ti slid fliftirVa, himM
l.nvw n WM .llM M akfwM fMHrll.ll H iMekiNl Hji
I.? thii terripsrial ilhtitlra, wo m ihnr. mw Ike iriit nrgmmentt In
IMr f tho riJKln f twlill' l"l o )Herl eawtrol
Tim lley of Aalntle MlHln c moi unanimously anstalne.l upon the
mainland nml In Coiigrriu rami ha revived the direct Minrllnn of the ndmlnls
tho benefit of tho Hawaiian public tho story is republished in today's Advertiser.
How far tho Doctor is responsible for tho Russian uprising may bo n
matter of opinion but ho hns certainly busied himsolf to some purposo among
tho Russian prisoners In Japan. Mnny of his newspapers wero put on board
the Lena hero by tho local revolutionary juntn. Whether the doctor is a
may bo open to doubt but there isno question that ho is a patriot and a
Jack Lucas must bo growing demure under the disciplinary influcnco of
official life when ho finds it necessary to consult tho Governor about tho
damming of the drainage system.
If Russia will build a railroad from Siberia to Alaska, one from Alaska to
But this is only ono of tho measures tending to arrest tho departuro of British Columbia will cither precede it or quickly follow. It is of local inter-
American citizens nnd to promoto tho incrcaso of thnt most desirable class.
est to speculate on whnt will happen to tourist trado if there wero
prompt railway service between Pugct Sound and Moscow, with a tunnel under
Tho friends of Hawaii would do well to send Bishop .Bestarlck to tho next
meeting of tho Mohonk Conference. His nddress nt Centrnl Union nt tho
Parker centenary was tho kind of thing a Mohonk audience could listen to with
The threo nddresses ot tho Mother Parker centenary services nt Central
Union Church were well worthy tho plaeo and tho occasion.
lrtmi Hllrnlart dwrlhW)
(lMierwl Buinner. V. B. A . hji4 Mm
flmrnit return ttt Han IVnrMiaco en the
llobrrl It Klln Kurcwl K A
Krnr, limlmiMl. na nutniiKfr of the
tritlon. It reMa upon groiimln IhM he lieen lately groups! together In the I uhirr n.i, win
rnluinnn of the Advertiser, over
the signatures of well-known citizens. It li Homntr In i
ui th cloth pin
also vigorously supported by territorial stnte nnd nntionil organizations of enrda to warn iwoplc ngnlnst the start
wmrnrnrnerg. The lirostieet la that it will not hr modified but extended, .''" of .forest flrei.
bly with tho sanction of the Japanese Empire, to Japanese and Korean,, In fact hlaVa r.W.2S " Yow The"
to nil Asiatics. A determination is also evinced to stop the Intrusion of The Eamcs Intend leaving: for tho
Asiatics, with their peculiar nnd un-American economic, into the mechanical ' Coast In the near future.
Industries nnd even Into trade nnd commerce, within the United Stntes. It is Bcerotury Atkinson had procured n
claimed that Americans nnd Amcrlenn firms nnd corporations thnt employ !' " "!ri,'l!'Rt0.1! 1" T.,,lv l th
. ' Protest of Henntor McCnndlrss
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rcn labor nro unable to redueo their expense accounts to n scale thnt will tno ;so,ooo bonds. Ho expected to sell
cnnblo them to compete with alien Asiatics, wherever the lntter exist In suflb tho bonds nt 3 1-2 per cent. Interest,
cient numbers to orgnnizo rnlds upon business. American mechnnibi nre nt lonst Messrs. Devcrlll, Etninelutli nnd Mac-
oqual to Miy mechanics in tho world. Hut they nro necustomed to liberal wages '"."l' nl,i;ralscr'' ot tho Kauai lands
', . on which It Is proposed tn settlo tho
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i in a i .i
nml to comfortable homes, nnd they can not nnd will not como down to Asiatic Molokuns from ltussln, v. Ill meet to-
standards. If they nro crowded out of employment, in Hawaii for instance, on morrow to frnmo their report to L-and
nn Amcrlenn bnsls, they will go, as they linvo gone, elsewhere. Tho samo facta Commissioner Pratt,
nnd reasoning apply to small trading nnd oven to commercial enterprises of I
utility nnd Importance. It Is Insisted that Amerlcn is principally for tho (From Saturdays Advertiser.)
Americans, that they aro not to be excluded from different occupations, to Two'uTwcceS1 MrfKenm'
which they hnvo tho first right, and thnt it is tho plain duty of tbo Federal the postirtce.
government to sustain tho Americnn peoplo ngninst nlicns who nro incapablo of J- Shehnn, tho custom house guard,
naturalization. ,s cnjoyinB improved health since re-
These proposition, nre being discussed by leading newspapers and by all ( 'TMSWU In
classes of citizens, but especially within tho rnnks of, unionized labor, hero and general will bo reduced owlnir to tho
on tho mainland. They nro pressed upon Con cress, which is nuieklv resnonsivo , fall In prices of tho commodity.
to public opinion, nnd havo nttrnctcd tho nctivo interest of tho heads of Harry Itycroft of Manila Is
pnrtments nnd of tho Chief Executive of tho Nntion,
It is !,!,.!, 1., probablo that " "" miner unu inuuicr, air. anu
Mr8 nohert n,..rnf, nn ,lf1pr nVB.
drastic legislation will bo enacted that will operato throughout tho Union, nnd nue.'
that, in tho territories and other possessions, where tho nntional legislature is ', It is said tho I.-I. S. N. Co., tn plan-virtually
supreme, Asiatic competition with citizens will bo nt least controlled nlnff for a now boat for tho nlI route,
nnd perhaps destroyed. Meanwhile it is an auspicious fact that, in Hnwaii, tho on"a'iSrI,,no steamer!Sab"lty f
The engagement Is announced ot
THE TACOMA SLANDER. Miss El S. Zlegler eldest daughter ot
, , Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Zleglcr, to
Honolulu is in reality one of tho healthiest cities under tho American Mr. Jack Horace Myatt of Honolulu.
fine. Taken by surprise twice insido of ten venrs bv visitations of two ' -A- committee of the Merchants' As-
of the most devastating scourges of tho Orient, tho citizens through united soclatlo,n has been appointed to securo
action each time overtook the initial advantage gained by the pestilence,
smoklng on the wharves, as a
it out and straightway placed tho town in better sanitary tlon of freight from fire.
than it was before. Since tho second warning of tho two
tioncd Honolulu has never been caught napping. It has not again allowed
nn initial advantage to bo tnken. When the American continent was reeking
with small-pox from tho Great Lakes to tho Gulf of Mexico, nnd
from tho Atlantic to the Pacific, cases of that disease wero detained in
hero again and again, but the health authorities were ablo to hold all
residents nnd sojourners outside of the quarantine reservation scatheless of infection.
Hcsidcs an efficient sewer system established since Inst epidemic nearly
six years ago, whoso connections aro being steadily extended throughout tho
city, n system of storm water drainage has been developed which in itself is a
groat sanitnry improvement.
With steamers nrriving from nil sides of tho Pacific every week, bringing
peoplo of many nations nnd diverse civilizations, tho fact that no epidemic of
nny kind has occurred in six years is all the testimonial of efficient sanitary
protection Honolulu should need. Another is to be found in tio city's mortuary
returns published monthly which, only for an unduo infantilo mortality nmong
I tho natives duo to causes not controlled by ordinary sanitation, would show a
lower nnnual death rnto than thnt of any other city of tho size anywhere.
Moreover, means, Honolulu hns tho grcnt advantngo
of having had stationed at its maritime gates, for scvcrnl years past, n corps of
tho United States Marine Hospital Service so efficient that it has octually set
tho standard for that division of Federal officials all over tho coasts of tho
Under all tho circumstances described, Honolulu can not allow itself to bo
slandered regardingits health conditions ns 'it has been in tho Tncoma Ledger,
without making a protest that will' have effect nt all ports with which it main
tains commerce. Tho leaders of -the .business community nnd of promotion work
who havo given their opinions on tljo matter to the Advertiser utter no uncer
tain sound. An effective rcbuko to tho slnnderers of this port will no doubt
ENGLAND AND WEI-HAI-WEI.
It is said in Chinese papers that Great Britain has decidod to keop tho
fortified harbor and hinterland of Tho place is on tho north
shoro of Shantung, about twenty miles from Chefoo. It was captured by tho
Japanese in 1893 but later conveyed to Great Britain to bo used ns a counter
poiso to tho Hussinn Port Arthur just across tho Gulf of Pochili. Tho under
standing wns that the British would hold it only so long ns Russia occupied tho
other stronghold. Now thnt Hussia has been dispossessed tho Chineso think
thoy ought to get back.
Great Britain proposes, however, to keep tho place and refortify it, as an
offset to Kinchau, the German port and fortress on the south shore of
It was undoubtedly the Kaiser's intent, when ho seized Kiachau, to
absorb the trade if not the territory of Shantung and command ono of tho
grcnt highways to Peking. For a few years past the Germans havo steadily
encroached on tho hinterland of tho Confucian province and havo wrested from
China some important railway nnd mining concessions. As it is ono object of
tho Anglo-Japan alliance to prevent tho further dismemberment of China, no
doubt tho Peking government will not make very serious objection to tho
policy of Great Britain in retaining, for tho present nt least, its Shantung
is capable of being made as strong ns Port Arthur, though
rothlng seems to bo impregnable any moro in tho wny of land dofenscs. Tho
bay has an immense island in tho center, bordering on tho sen, and a Bmall
island, commanding ono of tho two cntrnnco channels. Tho land behind tho
bny rises Into ridges from four hundred to n thousand feet high. Modern forts
cculd mnko tho placo as securo as any other with tho possiblo exception of
Gibraltar. . S
A minor consideration with Great Britain is tho sanitary valuo of
Wei, tho place having an ndmirablo summer climate, and no great Chineso population
An article in tho Call nbout Dr. N. Itussel of Olaa, credits him with "revo
lutionizing Russia" and nlso says that bo is a member of tho nobility. For
(From Monday's Advertiser)
Mrs. Henry West died at Hllo lately.
There will be horse races at Hllo on
New Year's Day.
Receipts of the luau and fair for tho
benefit of the Boys' Boarding School at
Hllo were $1400.
Rev. S. L. Desha entertained Dr.
and Mrs. Itlee at a native luau at Hllo
a few days ago.
Major Sam Nowleln was burled at
Lahalna exactly three years nfter the
burial of his adopted son Richard.
A. H. Olney left Hllo In the bark
Annie Johnson to visit his mother at
Riverside, Cnl., during the holidays.
The promoters of the cannery at Hllo
have obtained a price for the Electric
Light Co.'s old building In Pitman
The Hawaii Herald, generally
admlnlstratton, Is supporting Governor
Carter's policy relative to the Hllo high
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Hngencamp of
Hllo are here bound for tho Coast on
account of the Illness ot members ot
Police payrolls for the county of Ha
waii, from the beginning of county government
In July to tho end of November,
amounted to IS0G5.30.
A public meeting of prominent citizens
nt Honokaa voted a contradiction
of the charges against .W. J.
deputy sheriff of Hamakua.
A fourth-class liquor license has been
Issued to J. I. Sllva for Kallhiwal;
Hanalei, Kauai. Chow Yuen's application
for a fifth-class license at
Kauai, lias been denied.
John C. Searle nt Hllo has been notified
that the homestead taken by hid
wife somo years ago would revert to
the government, the Attorney General's
department having decided that a man
and his wife could not each take up
President Peck of the Rapid Transit
Co. says that tho car company did a
tremendous business on Saturday. This
was owing to the Japanese celebrations
all day at Aala Park and tfie
football game. In addition, the stores
down town were open during the even
ing nnd this attracted many. '
Tho police station lias a new rule
whereby It Is officially unlawful for the
wayfarer to any longer decorate the cement
floors with saliva, nor shall he do
so upon tho sidewalk which Is without
the hall of police Justice. This Is a
forerunner, possibly, of the contemplated
which Is proposed.
The Lahalnaluna gardens nre In fine
condition, a correspondent of the Maul
News says. There Is a large field of
sweet potatoes; also sorghum, sisal,
flourishing cane In bloom, an orange
tice bearing fruit, the custard apple,
the alligator pear, pride of India and
cypress trees, banana trees, and cocoa-nut
trees. About SO Eucalyptus trees
have been planted. The vegetable garden
Is well cared for, and 13 very productive.
Some beautiful roses and
other flowers have escaped tho om
"Whosoever would the Sheriff see must
hereafter ask permission of the receiving
clerk at the desk In tho lower hall.
Likewise the Assistant Sheriff and the
Deputy Sheriff ot Honolulu ditto. New
orders havo been Issued to this effect.
Nor must the gentle public cnll up the
Sheriff at his home on the phoiie If he
has left the office without first craving
the permission of the aforesaid of
ficial. Between attending to his regular
duties as receiving clerk, keeping
tab on the Gamewell system reports
which come In from some beat or other
every two minutes, booking the
giving receipts for ball, calling
out the patrol when notified and a few
dozen other Incidental duties, the receiving
clerk will be a pretty busy
man when he comes to act as porteV
for the Sheriff and his assistant and
deputy also. It Is possible the Supervisors
will raise his salary.
A FOLLOWER OF INFLUENZA.
Mnny persons find themselves
with n persistent cough after nn attack
of influenza. As this cough can
ho promptly cured by tho uso of
Chamberlain '8 Cough Remedy it should
not be nllowed to rnn on until it heroines
troublesome For Bale by all
Dealers and Druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd., Agents for Hawaii.
II. IIAUKS'KU) A CO.,
Cominlflon Atenla, liuiwt. BL, Honolulu,
T a. hciia iiprm X. ro
and Osmtr Hnnola.
iu, lUftHimti laiiu.de.
iKVKn A JOKE Lowers
'. J. Lowr)r, C M Cooke.)-Import
era and deaitra In lumlwr and bull,
inr maurlals. Office, 414 Tort HL
HONOLULU inON WORK8 CO. Uft.
ehlnerr of at-err deacrttlon mad u
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
MAMK Or STOCK,
C. llHEWKHA UO....
Hawaiian autfMi io
Kllirl 1'lan. Co, Ltd
Oalm Sugar Co-.. .,
Otiouea ... ,
Olaa bugar Co. Ltd...
Walluhu buear Co.
Walmea Sugar MIU..
I 8 S. Co
II. K. T, & L. Co.. Wd
H. 11.1. H.Co, ...
Mutual Tel. Co
Ill olt.lt. Co
Honolulu Drawing A
aiauing uo. J.U1 .
Unw.Ter.,4 p. c.(Elre
CI al mi I
Haw. Ter. 4 p. c. (He-
Haw. Ter.ilip. c..
How. Ter. Mp.c .
Haw. Unv't.. & n. n.
Cal. Beet A Sue. Rt.
Haiku 6. p. ..
Haw. Com. A bugar
Haw. Sugar 8 p. c...
Hllo It. It. Co., 6 n, c
lion. K. T. A L. Co.,
O. It. A LCn.tn f
tlahu Sugar Cn.6p.cJ
uiaanugar io..o p.e.
Pioneer Mill Co. 8 p. c.
rv aiaiua vig. uo.Dp, o.
McUryrte Busar Co ..
23.1275 paid. 1 2570 paid.
SALES BETWEEN BOARDS.
13 Himomu, 135.
LOCAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED
STATES WEATHER BUEEAU.
Alexander Young Building, Honolulu;
Monday, December 11.
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30.12 79 72 76 T 67 S K
0 U 72 64 68 T 88 7 KE
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ALEX. M'O. ASHLEY,
Issued Every Sunday Morning by th
Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau.
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W 6 SO 04 78 67 00642 TAB S
T 7 10.01 79 68 .01 78 9 VAR 6-
7 8 29.93 81 66 .01 77 ft VAK &
B 9 29.92 72 64 .63 68 7 TAB B-
Note: Barometer readings are corrected
for temperature, Instrumental
errors, and local gravity, and reduced
to sea level. Averaga 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 Is
average velocity In miles per hour.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
15, & 45
15 6 27
1.288 82 5.22IU.5U
Pull moon Dec 11, at 0:51 p. tm.
Times of the tide are taken from th
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
The tides at Kahulul nnd Hllo occur
about one hour earlier than at Hono
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being that of the meridian of'157
degrees thirty minutes. The time -whistle
blows at 1:30 p. rn.. which la the
same as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minute.
Sun and moon are for local time tor
th whnl rmup.
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