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THE GARDEN'ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAR. 15, 1921
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INTERESTING RAINFALL DATA
The Annual Summary of the Wea
ther Bureau for Hawaii hat Just been
Issued and furnishes some very Inter
esting Information for even the gen
The records have been kept long
enough running In many cases over
15 or 20 years; and have been widely
enough extended to furnlBh data for
averages and deductions of much value.
Kauai has 63 stations, where regular
records have been kept for many
years. A large proportion of these
stations are in the mountains, or
other wilderness places, where the
conditions are more or less abnormal
so that we have more general and
better distributed data perhaps than
anv other Island.
The following are some of our lar
gest rainfalls for the year 1920:
Waialeale elev. 5075 649 In.
Hanapepe Mauka, 2080 256"
Hanalei Mauka 625 247"
Kalihiwal Mauka 650 243 "
Walniha Intake 700 187 "
North Wailua 650 182"
Summit camp, Power line 1900 180 "
Kauai Far Ahead
Kauai far outruns the other Islands
in rainfall. The Waialeale section
has an average of 500 inches, and the
Kablll section 250, and the whole cen
ter of the Island shows from 250 up.
The only other rainfall approaching
this is that of a small area en the
summit of West Maul with 250 inches.
The far-famed Hilo rainfall Is 180 in
ches back of Onomea, and 130 at Olaa,
Other Islands Not In It
The Koolau mountains of Oahu, back
of Wahiawa, have a rainfall of 180
Inches, while back of Honolulu the
best they can do is 125. Keanae on
Maui, another wet place with a rep
utation, has 175 inches. The Wai-
manu region on Hawaii, generally
supposed to be very wet, has only
It is no wonder that Kauai Is the
'best watered Island of the group, and
that It has the only rivers."
Diagram Maps Tell the Tale
These and many more rainfall rec
ords, are put into graphic pictorial
form in a series of diagram maps on
which are traced lines, of equal rain
fall. These maps contain some em
A Current Misconception
It Is currently supposed that the
windward side of the Island, exposed
to the Trade winds, gets the rainfall
while the other side goes dry. This
it seems is a mistake. These maps
show that the lines of equal rainfall
pretty well encircle the Island on the
basis of elevation rather than wind
ward location. The circles may be
tilted a little in some cases, lower on
the windward side, but they run right
around without break.
Lines of Equal Rainfall
Eighty inches strikes Haena, Kallhl
wai, Kapaia, the Halt-way Bridge,
Lawai, and runs mauka along the
upper edge of the cane fields at Mak
awell, and so on around to the Napali
Rainfall Increases With the Elevation
On Kauai, at any rate, the rain-fall
Increases rapidly up to our highest
elevation 5,000 feet. Whether it
v.ould still continue to increase beyond
that limit Is a question; probably not
One section of upper Mauna Kea has
only 10 Inches.
Lines of Equal Temperature
In much the same way the temper
ature lines follow round the Island,
being tilted less however than the
rainfall curves. The 73 degree line
(average) keeps within easy distance
of the sea-shore the whole way except
back of Kekaha where it retreats
Below that there are short broken
bits of curve that run a little way for
short sections and then disappear.
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The Postmaster, Lincoln.
. The Prisoner, Brown.
The Squire's Daughter, Marshall.
The Shrieking Pit, Rees.
A Man for the Ages, Bachollor.
The Secret City, Walpole.
The Serf, Thorne.
The Yoke, Miller.
The Truth about China and Japan,
Theodore Roosevelt, Thayer
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AHUKINI TERMINAL ft RAILWAY
CO., LIMITED hereby gives notice
that on the 14th day of February, 1921,
It filed with the Interstate Commerce
Commission at Washington, its appli
cation lor a certificate of public con
venience and necessity to construct a
line of railroad in the District of Puna,
Island of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Pursuant to the requirements of the
Commission, said application Is now
published, as follows:
BEFORE THE INTERSTATE
In the Matter of the Petition of
AHUKINI TERMINAL & RAILWAY
CO., LIMITED, for a Certificate of
Convenience and Necessity.
Comes now your petitioner and res
pectfully, shows :
1. That said Petitioner AHUKINI
TERMINAL & RAILWAY CO., LIM
ITED, is a corporation organized un
der the laws of the Territory of Hawat1
with its principal office in the City
and County of Honolulu;
2. That the purposes of the Com
pany are, among others, to construct,
maintain and operate a railroad in the
District of Puna, Island of Kauai, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, for the transporta
tion, as common carriers, of goods,,
and particularly from a point at -or
near Anahola Bay to Ahuklnl Landing
at Hanamaulu Bay: attached hereto
as Exhibit "A" is a certified copy of
the Articles of Association of said cor
3. That the proposed location of
said railroad between Anahola Bay
and Ahukini Landing is shown on the
map attached hereto marked Exhibit
B", and forming a part hereof;
4. That the proposed railroad is a
narrow, gauge road 30 inches in width,
with 45 lb. rails; that its initial equip
ment will consist of a25 ton Porter
locomotive, 20 steel box cars and two
That all the capital necessary to
construct the said railroad has been
That there is at present no railroad
connecting Anahola and way points
with Ahukini Landing and that said
road will not compete with any Pub
lic Utility Corporation;
5. That at the preseut time the
shipment of freight from Kapaa, Kealia
and Anahola and way points Is being
made in small inter-island steamships,
which, however, cannot be employed
except In calm weather, as the road
steads In said places are open and
shallow and, except In calm weather,
are dangerous; that by the construct
ion of said railroad freight from said
villages and way points can be convey
ed to Ahukini Landing, Hanamaulu
Harbor, which is navigable at all
times of the year and where there is
a wharf at which steamers can lie in
safety to receive and discharge cargo;
that the outgoing freight from said
district will consist principally of sug
ar, of which Makee Sugar Company
alone ships about 15,000 tons per an
num, pineapples to the extent of about
200,000 cases per annum from Kapaa
and rice from the Anahola region;
That most of the merchandise,
supplies and other Ingoing freight for
the district which will be served by
said railroad is at present hauled by
wagons from Nawiliwili, in some
cases a distance of 18 miles, and that
the construction and operation of said
railroad will greatly facilitate ship
ments of both Ingoing and outgoing
freight in said district;
6. That, by reason of the facts In
the foregoing petition, petitioner
prays that it be granted a Certificate
of Convenience and Necessity, as re
quired by paragraph 18 of Section, 1
of the Interstate Commerce Act, as
amended, and for such other and fur
ther relief as the Commission may con
sider proper in the premises.
Attached hereto marked Exhibit
"C" is a recommendation by the Gov
ernor of the Territory of Hawaii that
a Certificate of Convenience and Nec
essity be granted.
Dated at Honolulu T .H. this 26th
day of January, 1921.
Ahukini Terminal ft
Railway Co. Ltd. ,
AHUKINI TERMINAL ft
RAILWAY CO.. LTD.
(Sgd.) Allen W. T. Bottomley,
(Sgd.) S. M. Lowrey,
. Its Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 26th day of January,
(Sgd.) JAS. P. YEAMAN,
Notary Public, First Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Sgd) HENRY HOLMES
and I. M .STAINBACK,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
March 8, 15 , 22, 29, 192L
Is hereby given that from -and after
this date I shall not be responsible
for any debt contracted in my name
by any person except It be with my
written ordwr. and permission.
February 28, 1921.
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NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned will be at the
places and at the times named below for the purpose of registering
persons who have not yet registered as voters of the County of Kauai
and applying for registration as such voters.
NOTICE is also given that those voters who have changed their
residences since their registration as voters, also those voters who
failed to vote at the last General Election on November 2, 1920, whose
names as voters have already been erased from the Register of El
ectors of this County (Kauai) will have to register again in order to
qualify them to vote in the precincts in which they live in the County
of Kauai, before the close of the General Register of Electors for reg
istration as voters for the coming Primary Election, at midnight of
Tuesday May 3, 1921. . '
Registration as voters for the next General County Election to
be held on June 7, 1921, second Tuesday in June, Will begin on Mon
day May 23, 1921, and close at midnight of Tuesday May 31, 1921.
NOTICE is further given electors applying for registration and
who are citizens by naturalization are requested to produce their
naturalization papers when applying otherwise their applications
will not be considered. This will be strictly enforced.
Wednesday, March 1C, 1921, WaioH Courthouse, 10-12 m.
Kong Lung Store, Kilauea, 3-5 p. in.
Thursday, March 17, 1921, Moloaa, 10-11 a. m .
Wada Store, Anahola, 11 :301 :00 p. m.
Kealia Store, 3-5 p. m.
Saturday, March 19, 1921, Kapaa Courthouse, 3-5 p. m.
Monday, March 21, 1921, Koloa Courthouse, 3-5, p. m.
Wednesday March 23, 1921, Kalahco Hall, 3-5 p .m.
Thursday, March 24, 1921, McBryde Sugar Co's Office, Wahiawa,
3-5 p. m.
Monday, March 28, 1921, Eleele, Silva's Store, 10-11 a. m.
Hanapepe Store, 1-3 p. m.
Makaweli Hall, 3 &0-5 p. m.
Wednesday, March 30, 1921, Waimea Courthouse, 10-12 m.
Kekaha, Plantation Office, 3-5 p. m.
Due notice will be given later for registering the voters of Niihau.
NOTICE is also given that on legal business days other than the
above dates and between the hours of 9 a .m. and 12 m. each day, the
undersigned will register at his office in LIHUE those applying for
registration as voters.
J; MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
Clerk, County of Kauai.
Dated at Lihue, March I, 1921.
March 8, 15, 1921.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII")
CITY AND COUNTY OF L S3.
A. W. T. BOTTOMLEY, being first
duly sworn, deposes and says that he
is the President of Ahukini Terminal
ft Railway Co., Limited, petitioner
above named, and as such is author
ized to make this affidavit in its be
half; that he has read the foregoing
petition, knows the contents thereof,
and the matters and things stated
therein are true.
(Sgd.) ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLEY,
CP' Jin uin
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