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WEEKLY WEAJHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, March 22, 1909.
Excetslvely heavy rains were unusually frequent, and occurred on
one or more dates on all the Islands, excepting Motokal. On Hawaii the
excessive falls 2.50 Inches or more In 24 consecutive hours were most
frequent on the 11th and 14th, In the windward districts; on Maul they
occurred on the 12th, 13th and 14th, and In the Koolau and Hana dis
tricts one station In the latter district reporting 17.50 Inches and one
in the former 12.50 Inches on the 12th. On Oahu they occurred In the
Koolaus on the 13th, and ranged from 3.67 to 9.50 Inches; and on Kauai
on the 13th and 14th, In the casern districts, and the amounts ranged
from 3.26 to 6.00 Inches.
The rainfall was above the average of ten or more years on Kauai;
In the Koolauloa, Ewa and Walanae districts of Oahu; In the Hama
kualoa and Lahalna districts of Maul; and In the Kau, the southern
portion of the Hllo, northern portion of the Hamakua and generally In
the Kohala districts of Hawaii.
The departures from the average, In Inches, In the several districts
were: Hawaii Kohala 0.61 to 1.41, Hamakua 0.79 to 1.06i Hllo
0.98 to 3.64 In the northern and -15.83 to 10.63 In the southern por.
tlon, Puna 0.20, Kau 12.73 to 3.41, and Kona 0.37; Maut-iHaniakua.
loa 2.55, and Lahalna H.71: Oahu Kootauloa 9.78, KooUfcpoko 3.45
in the northern portion and 0.35 in the southern, Honolulu 0.25 to
0.61, and Ewa and Walanae 40.57 to 0.95; And Kauai 7.1,7. to 7.?V'
The greatest amounts of rainfall, In Inches, were reported from the
Hana and portions of the Koolau districts of Maul, the Koolauloa 'dis
trict of Oahu, Kauai generally, and portions of the Hilo and Puna dis
tricts of Hawaii, and ranged from about 10.00 to 21.49 Inches.
The total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the several districts were:
Hawaii Kohala 100 to 2.74. Hamakua 1.48 to 3.42; Hllo 2.91 to 12.89;
Puna 2.23 to 10.66, Kau 3.02 to 4.65. and Kona 0.56 to 0.90; Maul Koo
lau 7.60 to 20.15; Hamakualoa 4.65, Hana 21.49, Kula 1.12, Walluku 0.75
to 2.88, and Lahalna 2.10; Oahu Koolauloa 10.51 to 10.74, Koolaupoko
1.22 to 5.45, Honolulu 0.31 to 1.51, Ewa 1.19, and Walanae 1.46; Kauai
8.31 to 10.11; and Molokai 1.20 and 1.21.
Much more rainfall than during the preceding week was reported
from all stations on Kauai, in the Koolau and Hana districts of Maul,
the Koolauloa and Walanae of Oahu, and the Kau and portions of the
Kona districts of Hawaii. In the northern portion of the Hllo district
of Hawaii there was from 14.64 to 14.74 Inches less rainfall than during
The mean temperatures were higher than those of last week at all
stations on Kauai, and Molokai, at all on Oahu, excepting In the southern
part of the Koolauloa district; In the Koolau district of Maul, and In the
Puna and portions of the Kohala and Hamakua districts of Hawaii; else
where they were lower than those of the preceding week. The greatest
excess was 2.4" on Kauai, and the maximum deficiency 2.2 on Maul.
An earthquake shock, which was severe In parts of the Island, was
felt generally over Hawaii about 3.20 a. m. of the 13th. ,
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and' for the Qroup:
Hawaii 68.1 4.11 inches.
.Maul 68.4" 7.59 Inches.
Oahu 70.8 4.05 Inches.
Kauai -- 68.5 9.24 inches.
Molokai 70.0 1.20 Inches.
Entire Group 68.9 5.26 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau in Honolulu cloudy
was followed by partly cloudy weather. Measurable rain fell on three
dates and amounted to .31 inch, .25 below the normal, and .89 less than
during the preceding week. The maximum temperature was 77", min
imum 65, and mean 70.8, 0.8' above normal, and 2.0 higher than last
week's. Southeast winds prevailed on the 14th, NE. on the 18th, and E.
on the remaining dates the average hourly velocity was high, 12 miles.
The mean dally relative humidity varied from 62 to 84, and for the
week was 70.1, . The mean dally barometer ranged from 29.90 to 30.14
inches, and for the week was 30,06, 0.05 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: Tho flgurcs following the namo of station Indicate the date
with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (18) ltiiln fell on five dates, totaling 1.73 Inches,
,8S Inrli Ichh tlmn during (lie preceding week. A. Muhoii.
Kohala Mill (18) The mean temperature wan G8.D. and tho rain
fall which occurred dally 2.10 Inched, .62 Inch moru than tho average,
anil .07 less than last week'ii. T. II. I.lllle.
Kohala Mission (lit) Showers Declined on six dates and amounted
tn 1,00 Inch, .61 helow the average, and 2.72 Inches Iohb than tho pre
lous week's, The mean temperature was 67.9. Dr. II. I), Ilond.
Nlulll (IS) Tho mean tempeiatnrn was 70.1. Heavy rain foil on
tho 12th. with showers on four other dates, totaling 2.74 inches. 1.41
more than tho average, and .19 Inch less than last week's. P. C.
Honokaa (17) Excessively heavy rain fell on tho 11th, with showers
on tin eo other dntes, amounting to .1 12 Inches, 2.19 less than hut
week's, and l.oil oImivo tho average The mean temperature was l!9.2.
Paauhau (18) Tho mean temperature was 69.1. Showers occur
red on four dates and amounted to 1 18 Inches. 1.99 less than tho pre
vious week's, and ,79 Inch below the average. ,1,. Wllhon.
Ookala (18) Showery weather continued, with rainfall mostly at
night amounting to 2.91 Inches, 14.71 less than last week's, ami .98
Inch helow the average. Tho mean tempciaturo was C8.8. V. O.
Papaaloa (18) Showers occunud dally and totaled 2.97 Inches, 11. Ct
less than dining tho preceding week. C. McLennan.
Honohina (18) Italn fell dally and amounted to 7.47 inches, 14.74
less than the preceding week's, and 3.01 more than tho avorago.-
Papalkou (IS) Heavy rains fell on four dateB 4.77 Inches on the,
llth and lighter rains on tho last three, totaling 12.89 Inches, 10.63
more than the average, and 3.16 Icsh than tho provtnus week's.
Hllo (IS) Tho mean tcnicratura w-ns 67.S". Italn foil dally and
amounted to 9.31 Inches 1.23 on tho llth 5.83 moro than tho aerago,
and 1.42 less than last week's. I., C. Lyman,
Kapoho t IS) There wero'slx days with measurable rainfall, amount
ing to 2.2s Inches, 8.H2 Iomh than the pitiUnus week's, nud .20 Inch
below tho average. The mean leinperatuie was "0.1. II. J. I.) man.
Kaueleau 117) Continuous rain fell for tho first four dates followed
E. 0. HALL & S0NS.LTD.
Fort and King Streets, Honolulu .
by showers on tho last three, totaling 10.60 Inches, 3.34 moro than
during (ho preceding week. The mean tempcraturo was 05.8.
Pahala (17) The mean tomporaliiro wbb 67.4. Italn fell on tho
first four dates excessively heavy on the 14th and amounted to 4.63
Inches, 3.41 above tho average, and 4.BG moro than last week's.
Nialehu (17) ItalnK occurred on tho first four dates and amounted
to. 3.96 Inches, 2.73 abovo tho average, and 3.33 moro than during tho
preceding week. C. II. White.
Kau (17) Tho mean tempcraturo wan 62.2. Italn fell on the first
hx dates and totaled 3.02 Inches, 2.16 more than during tho preceding
week. W. II. Ilnysclden.
Kealakekua (18) Showers occurred on six dates and amounted to
.90 Inch. .61 more than during tho preceding week. II. Wollaco.
Kealakekua (17) Tho mean tempcraturo was 69.8. Showers
occurred dally and totaled .56 Inch, .37 less than tho average, and .37
moru than last week's. Kov S. II, Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (18) Th'o menu temperature wn 65.8. Excessively heavy
rains 4.81 Inches fell on tho 12th, and showers on tho remaining
dates, totaling 7.60 inches, 1.02 moro than last week's. W. F. Poguc.
Nahlku (18) Katns occurred dally excessively heavy on tho first
thren dates and totaled 20.15 Inches, 9.73 moro than tho previous
week's. Tho mean temporaturo was 65.2. C. O. Jacobs.
Haiku (18) Strong trndo winds provallcd, attended with very
stormy, cloudy weather, and dally rainfall amounting to 4.65, Inches,
2.55 more than the average, and .62 Inch less than last week's. Tho
mean temperature wns 67.0. D. I). riatdwln.
Hana (16) Tho mean temperature) was 68.7. llaln fell dally
excessively heavy, 17.50 Inches, on tho 12th, tho heaviest In years
und totaled 21.49 Inches, 20.62 moro than tho previous week's.
Klhel (18) Showers occurred on tho first two dates and amounted
to 1.12 Inches, .9(1 Inch moru than during last week. Tho mean tem
perature was 70,2. F. II. Hayscldcn.
Puunene (18) Showers occurred on the first two dates and amount
ed to .75 Inch, .12 less than during tho preceding week. Tho moan
temperature wus 69.3. W. Searhy.
Walluku (18) The mean temperature was G9.8. Italn fell on tho
12th followed by shnwcis on tho next three dates, totaling 2.88 Inches,
.51 Inch leos than the previous week's. Hro. Frank.
Kaanapsli (IS) Variable winds and cloudy weathor obtained tho
first five days with rain amounting to 2.10 Inches, 1.71 above the
uvernge. and .36 Inch moro than last week. Strong NIC. winds and
cloudy weather prevailed on tho last two days. Tho mean temperature
was 71.4. W. Itobb.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (19) The mean tempcraturo was 68.2. Cool, cloudy
weather obtained, with very high "trades." Rain fell on seven dates
excessively heavy on tho 13th, 9.57 Inches totaling 10.71 Inches, 9.78
aboo tho nvornge, and 7.79 moro than last week's. It. T. Christopher
sen. Hauula (19) Kxcesslvcly heavy rains 9.50 Inches tell on tho 13th,
ami showers on tho remaining dates, totaling 10.54 Inches, 3.22 mora
than the preceding week's. Tho mean tempcraturo was 72.4.
Maunawill Ranch (19) Tho mean tempcraturo was 68,8. Hatns fell
dally, excessively heavy on tho 13th, and amounted to 5.45 Inches, 3.15
above the nvvragc, and 2.04 moro than last, week's. J, I lord.
Waltnanalo (19) Thoro wcro four days with rainfall, which amount
ed to 1.22 Inches, 1.44 less than tho previous week's, and .35 Inch below
tho nvcrago. Tho mean tempcraturo was 71.6. A. Irvine.
Manoa (19) Showers occurred dally and totaled 1.51 Inches, 2.25 less
than during tho preceding week, and .61 Inch below tho avcrago
Ewa (20) Thoro was 1.19 inches of rainfall on tho Hth, .57 Inch
abovo the average, and .25 less han the previous week's. The mean
temperature was 71.6. II. Mullcr.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kilauea (19) Tho mean tomporaturo was 68.1. Excessively lioavy,
continuous rains fell on the. 13th nnd Hth, nnd showers on the remain
ing dates, totaling 9.38 Inches, 7.21 abovo tho average, und 4.09 mora
than last week's. I.. I). Ilorclko.
Kealla (19) Excessively heavy rains occurred on tho 13th and 14th.
nnd showers on tho remaining dates, amounting to 8.31 Inches, 5.91
more than during the preceding week. Makeo Sugar Co.
Lihue (19) Excessively heavy rains foil on tho 13th and 14th, and
hhowcrs on the remaining dates, totaling 10.11 Inches, 8.13 mora than
tho prolous week's. Tho mean tempcraturo was G8.0. II, It, Smytho.
Koloa (19) Tho mean temperature was 69.2. Excessively heavy
rains fell on tho first two, nnd showers on tho remaining dates, total
ing 0.8 1 Inches, 8.17 abovo tho avcrago, and 5.81 moro than last week's.
Eleele (19) Showers occurred on flvo dates, amounting to 8.55
Inches, fi.72 moro than during tho preceding wdek. McDryde Sugar Co.
I8LAND OF MOLOKAI.
M.apulehu Ranch (19) Tho mean tempcraturo wus 7H.0. Showers
occurred dally and amounted to 1.20 Inches, 1,70 less than last week's.
Molokai Ranch (19) Bhowers occurred on p,ix dates dpd totaled 1.21
Inches, 1.12 less than during tho preceding week. O. P. 'Cooke.
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tho Pollard's Lilliputians whom tho
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tho operas presented depends upon
him. Ono Is apt to think that tho lit
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go out when they can, rush through
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Jokes as they seo fit; but watch a re
hearsal and ono will find every step
carefully planned out, every situation
studied, every effect brought to per
fection through tho efforts of tho stage
When tho Ilullotln man went la
they wero In tho first net of "Tho Lady
Slavey." Tho girls wcro wearing their
street costumes but noma of the boys
weru In dress rehearsal garb.
The action suddenly came to a halt.
"Teddy," yelled tho stago manager.
No response "Teddy" again, (fortis
simo) and prosontly McNamara ap
peared In his stocking feet carrying
his shoes In his hand. "Where have
you been," says tho manager. "I toro
my trousers," -says Teddy, "(let oji
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Tho laughter subsides and all Is
business. At tho finish or the sextet,
while backing out, the dancers ghiuced
behind them to sco If tho way wero
clear. "Try that over ngaln," says the
stage manager, "and don't ono of jnu
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lection of every scene, tho study of
detail and effects, tho careful plnunlng
of situations until they reach perfec
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with each othor, but thoy need n mas
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tho best that Is In them and In tint
stage manager, Mr. Guiding, they pob
Teddlo McNamara, Eva Pollard, Ada
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musical comedy duilng tho coming
"Tho Charity Uall" will bo tho flat
production by tho new company.
TRIP TO HALEIWA.
An l.ivllatlon was extended ) ester-day-
to tho Speaker and the House of
Iteprcscntatlvos tu bo tho guosts of
honor next Sunday at a luncheon to ho
given at lialclwn by tho members of
tho Fourth and Fifth districts. The
Speaker expressed )hp hope that nil
tho membors, especially those fiom thu
outbldo districts, will accept thu Imi
tation, which ho suld bhows tho good
feeling existing between tho Oahu del
egation and tho Representatives from
tho other Islands, Tho House voted
to accept tho Invltutlon.
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