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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Nov,
tho 14lli when clomlliit'sg net In, with occasional showers on 16th ami
lClh, amounting to 28 Inrh, n ilcllclcncy of 1.50 Inches. Tho ini'aii
teniperatu.ru was 74.1' L. II UurelKo.
Kealia (1G) The week was clear, dry. ami windy, with a Iim
shower Friday night. The mean temperatuie was 76 V, nnd the
all .22 Inch. V Jarvls.
Llhue (18) Sultry weather, and eaBt to south winds ohtallml with
Tho mean tempcraiuie .n
The average rainfall for the week was somewhat more than during '?!"(1 "M, "'? ,la,"ur, J"1 ' 'ee.k- J'' V'"1
e preceding one on the Islands of Hawaii and Oahu, and con.lderabl? 7u 8 u," tl,u t0,al n" 'nnctn,,!? '
more on Maul and Molokal, and slightly less on Kauai! yet It was
below the average at all stations having a record of ten or more years,
excepting three. Total amounts for the week, equalling or exceeding
1.00 Inch, were reported as follows: Hawaii: 1.00 Inch to 1.17 Inches
from the Interior of the Kohala, and the southern portion am jo
Hamakua district, and from 1.13 to 2.40 Inches In the Hllo and Puna,
and the south-central portion of the Kau districts. In the Hamakua
loa, Koolau, and Hamakuapoko districts of Maul the amounts ranged .
from 1.79 to 3.06 Inches; and from 1.18 to 1.C0 Inches In the lower altl-'
tudes of the Ewa, and the higher portions of the Honolulu districts of
Oahu. At Mapulehu, Molokal, the total amount was 1.8S Inches. At
the remaining stations In the section the amount was generally less
than .B0 Inch.
At stations have ten years or more of record the rainfall for the
week was deficient In amounts ranging from .56 to 2 64 Inches on
Hawaii, excepting excesses of .26 Inch at Walmea, and .48 at Kapoho;
.39 Inch to 1.40 Inches on Oahu, excepting an excess of .44 Inch
at Ewa, and .35 Inch to 1.50 Inches on Kauai.
The temperatures continued relatively high for the season, and the
mean for the week was higher than that of the preceding one at all
.tatlona on Kauai and Molokal; all stations excepting one on Oahu and i
two on Maul, and at one-half of those on Hawaii.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group: ,
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu (Ifi) t.lRlit HhnwerH occurred on tho 11 th and 12th nnd
guod raliiM tioiii tho lllh In ICth Inclusive. Tho mean tempi-runup
was 77 6', mid thu ruliilull 1 85 tnrlic.fi. 0 C. Conrn'dl.
WM. D. OTOCKMAN,
Hawaii 73.3 0.99 Inch.
Maul 75.3" 1.24 Inches.
Oahu 75 9 0.68 Inch,
Kauai 75.7 0.22lnch.
Molokal 77.5' 1.85 Inches.
Entire Oorup 74.6' 0.90 Inch.
geto to the foundation of
the dirt and cleances
thoroughly. There's noth
ing superficial about Ho
nolulu made Goap,
roit a case
Dn.inl tn .'our I'itehfn
'Oceanic Steamship Company
Th steamers of this lint will arrive anj leave this port as hereunder:
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:
,sii:nitA Nov. 2i
ai.a.mi:da Nov. so
; Wnt.tll.IIA 1I.U. .1
FOR OAN FRANCISCO!
I SONOMA .
VI.NTIIIIA IAN I
AI.AMr.DA JAN. 1C
KILUIIA JAN. 22
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents art prt-
F. L. WALDRON, Agent.
. - . ' pared to Issue to Intending paoiengert, coupon through tickets, by any rail.
W) PR 3 CO , LtCI., ,oad 'rom 8n. Fran',co, ,0 al1 Pln, '" ' u""l Stales, and from New
- v 5 . , York by any tteamihp ,ne ,0 aM European portt
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY VO ' '
Wm. G Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC 6. 3. CO., QCNERAL AGENT8.
At the local office of the U. 8. Weather Bureau In Honolulu, gener
ally partly cloudy weathei1 obtained, with a mean cloudiness of 410ths,
and measureable rainfall on one date, amounting to 10 Inch, 1 04
Inches less than the normal for the week. The maximum temperature
was 84", minimum 70, and mean 77.4', 2.8' above the normal. The
mean relative humidity was 71.17c, and the prevailing wind northeast,
with an averaoe hourly velocity of 6.6 miles.
REMARK8 BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: The figures following the name of a illation Indicate tin
date with which tho week's report elosed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puuhue Ranch (15) Light trade winds prevailed, accompanied with
light showers during the morning and ovcnlm; of tho 14th und Kith.
The total rainfall was .23 Inch. S. I'. Woodn.
Puakea Ranch (15) Light minx occurred on three dales, but tho
weather was generally dry. Italn Is Ereatly needed. Tho total rain
fall was .28 inch. A. Mason.
Kohala Mill (15) The dry weather was broken on tho 12lh by tho
occurrence of good showers. Slightly lower temperatures obtained,
with a mean or 74 6. The rainfall was fS Inch. .67 Inch less than
the average for the week. T. Iloltum Utile
Kohala Mission (16) Generally partly cloudy weather obtained, with
ratlin on the last live days, amounting to . I'J Inrh, u deficiency of .69
Inch for the week. The mean temperature woa 73.1'. Dr. It. I), llond,
Niulll (15) Kxccuslvely warm, calm, dry weather ubtulned, with
but .13 Inch of rainfall. 1.01 Incheti less than tho neruge Mr the
week. Italn Is greatly needed. Thu mean temperature wan 75.0.--F.
Walmea (16) llrlghl. warm weather prt illicit, wllh rain on two
ilatea, amounting In I. Oil Inch, an exeetm of .20 Inch for thu week.
The mean temperature wan 70.4. James Laird.
Honokaa (14) Thi' week was rainless, being u deficiency of 1.55
Inches. The mean temperature wan 74.S'. S. Clundelllnger.
Paauhau (15) Italn occurred on but onu date, and amounted to ,31
Inch, 1. 10 Inches less than tho aerago for tlio week. The mean
temperature was 73.4. I'aauhaii Sugar I'lunlutloii Co.
Paaullo (15) Tho week was dry uud windy, but closing with n good
rain, amounting to 1.77 Indies. Thu mean temperature wun CS.S. -C.
Ookala (15) Cooler, showery weather obtained, with a heavy rain
on tho night of tho 14th and morning of tho lGlh. Tho mean tem
perature was 74, G. and the rainfall 1.13 Inches, u deficiency of 1.71
Inches. W. O. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (15) Showery nlghta ami lino days, with lower tem
peratures, obtained. Thu total rainfall was 1.3ti Inches, 1.87 Inches
less than the nveiuge for tho week. K. W. llarnard.
Papaaloa (15) Lower temperatures, with windy days, and showery
days and nights, obtained. Thu totul rainfall was l.tlO Inches. C.
Honohlna (15) Ilalns orctirieil on six dates, and amounted to 1.52
Inches, a deficiency of 2.64 Inches lor tho week, W. Klllot.
Honomu (Hi) Tho weather during tho week was perceptibly cooler,
and tho showers heavier. Tho rainfall amounted to 1.52 Inches, Win
Pepeekeo (15) Hnlna occurred dally, and amounted to 2,11 Inches,
a deficiency of ,78 Inch. Tho mean temperature was 74.5". Win. II.
Papalkou (15) Cloudy weather nbtaliiid, with rain on four dntcs,
and amounting to 1.05 inches. John T, Molr.
Hllo (15) Heavy showers occurred, generally at night, and amount
id lo 2,06 Inches, 1.19 Inches leas Mian thu uverngo for thu week. Thu
mean lemperaluro was 74.7'. I.. C. Lyman,
Kapoho (15) Strung northeast wl.nls pruvnllcd, with an abutidanro
or rain, In amount 2.45 Indies, an excess or ,48 Inch for tho week.
Tho mean temperaturo was 76.0. II. J. Lyiiinn.
Pahala (14) Thu only rain diirl'nij the week occurred on tho 9th,
mid amounted to .2(1 Inch, a dollclency or 1.33 Inches. Thu mean
temperature was 73.0'. Hawaiian Agricultural Co,
Naalehu (14) A few light showers occurred, with much less wind
than during tho preceding weok. The total rainfall wus .61 Inch, .82
Inch less than tho average. (1. 0. Kinney.
Kau (14) Moderate northeast winds prevailed, with showers dally,
and amounting to 1.43 Inches. Tho mean temperaturo was 68.8'.
Kreil. II. Hayseldcn.
Kealakekua (14) Tho days were very warm, with rain on but two
dates, and amounting to .27 Inch. Robert Wallace.
Kealakekua (14) Tho weather was generally partly cloudy, with
rain on four dates, amounting to .55 inch, a deficiency of ,56 Inch
fur the week, Tho mean temperaturo was 73.fi". llev. Sainl. 11, l)als.
I8LAND OF MAUI.
Nahlku (15) Partly cloudy weather prevulled, with nightly show
ers, aud very strung winds on three days. Tho total rainfall was 2,77
Inches. C. O. Jacobs.
Haiku (15) Modcrato trade wlmb prevailed, with clear, sunny
weather, except tho 15th, which was cloudy and stormy. Halua oc
cm red nightly, excepting on the 13th, and amounted to 1.79 Inches.
The mean tempeiaturo wa3 73,1. D. 1), llalchvln.
Peahl (15) Italus occurred on Ihu dates, and amounted to 3,06
Inches. O. Qruei.
Klhei (13) Clear In partly cloudy weather obtained, with rain on
tho 9th, amounting to ,16 liuh, Thu mean tenipeiatilio wus 75,6'.--James
Puunene (15) Light showers occurred at thu beginning and end
if week. Muderntu north to nuitheast winds prevulled, with tern
peiatures above tho average, Tho mean tumperutiiio wus 77.2, and
tho rainfall .13 Incli.-J. N. 8. Williams.
Wailuku (15) Light trade, winds, with cool weather, sunshiny morn
ings und partly cloudy afternoons ptovulled. A guod rain uccuned
on tho night or the 9th, and a light mm on tho 12th, Thu tiieuu tern-1
peialuiu was 75,2, and thu rainfall ,79 Inch. Hi other I'lank.
Kaanapall (15) Light variable winds, with linn, cleur wunther, oli-
tallied tho 111 si und middle portions of thu week, followed by purity
cloudy weather, wllh fresh east to northeast winds, und a trace of
lulnrull on tho 16th, Tho mean temperaturo wub 75, 4. Win. Itohb.
ISLAND OF OAHU. '
Maunawlll Ranch (17) Hhuwery weather obtained, and a good lain
UNION OIL CO.
The best kerosene In the market.
High flash test and absolutely safe,
H. Hackfeld & Go.
to the home Is a fairly long ride or a
short walk. In either case you will
be thirsty. Your opportunity for
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, SHIPPERS AND STORE.
quenching It will be at our store, th, Japan n dc-IrC8 tIluatloB a,
ntfl u.h,M .nfl4 n.1, wo 1 1 .., Ilia r
place where soda par excellence, the
Hobron kind, I a served In seventy
& Co.. Ltd.
nurse or light house work.
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PHONC WHITE 2576.
RIVER STREET near HOTEL.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship
Co., and ToyoKisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above eomuanles will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
'AMKItICA MAItU .
MflJ lSAMi:itlCA MAIIU
....DI.C. 7 1 CHINA
....Di:C. 14 NIPPON' MAItlt
Bishop Trust Co.,
Money to Loan
Long Time Loans
Real Estate Loans
Loans on Listed
Bishop Trust Co..
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kinds sold quickly for cash I
parts or the United states,
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell and give cash price
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any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
We can be found at all hours of the
Say at our otflco and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phone
..IJI.ln -1 tuuHie
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.tu-rua .iirtiiu- JAN. 4 KOIII.'A
- i:an at .Mmnla.
1110 TORT GT.
V.Vv. Aright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, et:. Having secur
ed the services ol a first
class shoer they hi pre
tared to do all wstk In
usted to them In a first
class manner. :: !: 1: :i
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
tklAAi 60 YEARS'
Prom tVaiw York:
o.u. i.Ann" 1 . !,,...
Freight received ...lltlm,. ,, ,he company. Wharf, 41 t
street, Boutn prooi, vn;
Ml?.T.Un "wnol-co To Honolulu
to sail NOV. M
.... to sail NOV. SO
. . to sail DEC 18
Anffin Minllnj a kfcrtrli nn! dMtTirll,n mr
Freight received at Company's' Wharf.'
and each month thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Sun ProncUco
.S. "NEBRA8KAN- to tall NOV. 30
6.S. "NEVADAN" t .all DEC. 28
from tittattle and TmsomB to Honolulu
VIA OAN FRANCISCO.
to tail DEC. 11 T
qntrklf nionrut'i I'tir n
iftritt n(flr, wiititHiitliRriif, mtii
1 1011 frM tLr(hr tu
iiivoiih'irt U prdtifitiiy tiftirufn' t ('luirtiuritm
rronnnri 1 mi. iianuuulr vn rairiiu
mn inn. iini nrfnt j 10
iHtit iriH. )it hF?n(r K'fiMuni if kslKiiii.
Iaalnt Inki'ii ibroualt Mtutti A (u, rvceltt
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
!C P. HORSE, M. Mackfelri & Co., Lt
' GENERAL FREIGHT AQENT. AOGNT8, HONOLULU.
nof a!!1 Coyne Furniture Co.
Don't 1 "
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
A linnJiomlr llhiMrnt1 1 wrltr litrrt Mr
rulathi'i if Kir tnviitllK' louriiNl. 'I rrrui, 1 m
iwft four ttmnllti, U Holtlbjall Tiwi)ral?ra.
MUNN & Co.3'B'-'New York
Urancti Dfflc, t5i Y HU U'atliniin, 1. u
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION ,0FF,CE,AND ,YARD
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewers. Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock,
Black and White Sand and Soil
Canari.un-Aiietra.lan Royal Mall
' o?i.e.im.e.a..0, ,he bowe I'ne, running In connection with the CANADIAN
.PACIF c RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N. a. W
. ilJE Tn!linliX m' !' B,C- "ono,,,lu anrt 3uv. "Jl. "d Brlsban., .r
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the datet. below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C; From Cydnay and Brlsbant.
I (I cr nilsbano utd Sydney) I IFnr Victoria aiid Vancouver. B.C.)
!.!?mS;, N0V- "MIOWP.ItA NOV. 14
AOItANni JAN. i MOANrt ....JAN! 5
Through Ticket Irsued from Honolulu to Cmi'i iini.. d J..
rope. For Freight nnd Parage and all general Information, apply to
Tkeo. B. Panics & Cu.. Ltd. (ieaernl Ageits.
J. F. Morgan, President; C.J. Can
and Other Desirable Localities.
HQMES FOR SALE
ON'WILDER and QULICK AVbS.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
WM. a. BWHU CO., LTD.
AGENTS KOJt TH
Royal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Eng,
Alliance Assuranct Co. of London,
Scottish Union A National Ins. Co. ol
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Qbuioratlon, Ltd.
Wllhelma of MagdebaeJ Central Insur-
.SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO STS.
ArM-Mi IiTnAiirlnrii. P. Morgan, PrcMdentJ C.J. Campbell, Vice President: J. L. McLean
WOrtn KnOWlng Soeretar; A. F. Clark, Treasurer; N. C. Ccdge. Auditor; Vrink Huatl
Tnat til men's palates art pleawd , a"r
Alth the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL 8T8.
o FINE a
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET
At All Watchdealert.
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MLEN? 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steetivi Coal.
TELEPHONE MAIN 1
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
FORT and KING Sta Honolulu.
23 Hotel St.
inclined uii thu lilnlit of thu Hlh. Thu inuun tcmppialuro wus 7I t. , Small and Medium Sizes, Complete,
mill thu lulufall .75 liii.li, n ik'fkk'iicy nf 1,00 Ini'hi'it or thu U'i'l(.--
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Walmanalo (IK) Hut onu ruin occiii ml OurliiK tln wi-ok, 'on Ihu
11411, ami iiiiium'itliii; to 14 Inch, 1 40 liulu'u Ichb Hum Ihu uvi'Iiiku for
thu wi't'H. The iih-uii li'iiipi'iatuiu wum 7S.4". A. Irvine.
Manoa (10) l.lnht tiuilu wlutU mill luiult'HH wouIIht prnvalli'il ilur
1 M K thn IIihI luur ilayH tit thu v.wU, fnllcmnl hy Mirlnblu wlinU unit
ilully ulna, aiuiiuiilliiK Id I !1 lui'liea (luml i ulna niuiui'il nn
iIih iniiuiilaliiH on thu 1 tilt. P. N. I'arl.er.
Ewa 117) I'uitly iluuily wi-ullmr ohluliieil IIiiiiouI IIih v,tv(, wllh
Kiiuil ruins uii Ihu MI und H'.lli, iiiiuiiiiiIIiik In I. IK Inclien, it n iixuua
uf ,44 Ini'li. Thu ini'Uii niiiiiiitilin was 7S I)" -It, Mulhr,
Waianae (10) Tim wriilhi'r wun iniiih iiinlm limn l.mt vitn-U, wlili
HU Imli uf Mill nil th lOlh, u ili'ili i ncy uf HU liuh fur ihu wen It
Tim im'uii li'iniiuiuliiiu v,uh 75 fi" P Mcynr.
ISLAND OF KAUAI,
rjllauia HU) I'lrur wmlliir wlili luiiuily wlinU iiiiiiIiiiiii iiulll
Not. 4fBQ King St., Katsey Block, het,
Nuuanu ani Smith RU.i Tel. Main 1K1
P. H. fturnetre.
Attorney atXaw and Notary Public
Heal Estate, t oxns, Collections,
Aant to flrant MirrlJij. Llctntu,
"hBiistl Olllcc Wn3l) Mif.Wh.lXti
For Wnlanau, Walalua. Kaliuku nnd
Way Stalloni, !l;J6 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
Kor l'cail City, l'.wu Mill ami Way
Stutlims 17:30 n. m !: JC n. in.,
'ii U3 u. in., 'iir. ii in :i.-'n , t --, , ... --- .. .
Horse Clipping i'cii4,lu:ZH EIiElI
. I r "
KAPUNA, HONOIPU, KAILU
From Sorcnson't Wharf,
Apoly on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLA8TING CO.. Aot.
T1UMH& tl.l ine . J. "
rao. ,I a i M ,,, ," " , ., ,1D,'n .,r0T Arrlvu Ilonoluli, from Kaliuli,,, Wal-
a i von mj ci im 1 1 1 ? ",-",i ......u ,,,...-. ...v , ..,,iU, , muu mm vviiiiim3 ':au u. m,, ssJi
i corner Punchbowl and King Streett.
DAVATTHE K, FUJITA & CO.
I FANCY DAMDOO ARTICLES MADE
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI ST.
OF BREAD, CAKES, COOKIES, ETC
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Is Delicious for Cold Lunches,
rACTORY HOTEL sTnnci
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Or ALL KINDS,
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qUL'l'N ST., i
Arrlvo In Ilonoluli; from Kwa Mill
and I'curl Clly 17:4C a. in., 8:30 n.
in.. MU.JS a. in, 'lMO p, in.. 4.31 p.
iu 5.31 p. in., 7:3D p. in.
Arrlvo lluiinllllu from Wnhln-.vn
8:3i; u, in. mul 3:3l p m Headquartert for Automnblltt with
"I'llj- Splendidly Equipped Flrtproof
t 12x. Hiimlay.
i Humliiy Only, Oaragt,
Tho llihlwii l.liiilli'.l, n twulioui VON IIAMM-YOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
triiln (nuly ilrkt cltn HcKvti luuiurnil),
Ioiivm llmiiilulii try Humliiy u. U.'ii Nil ri'iI1I X "n.
a m; H'Miiii'nr. unlv I.; Ilunnliil.i IT I. KISlllip8 OC CO
ill 11) 10 ii in Thu l.'mlti'il atiiiiiiiiilv '
Hi I'lilll Clly uiiil Wiiltlillii, i
I mi Jab Pimiiwj it His tlullclln.
Wholttil. Impontri and Jobutrt
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Fins Job I'rinllnii'it Iht HuMiiiii,'"1 f 0HT m QUKCH TI
P. (). HMITII.
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Ht Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd,, Ap 1
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CQ
Direct Service between New York mi Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
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