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HVKNMNO 1IUM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TtTKSDAY, AI'IUL 20, 11)09.
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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
70.2' 0.48 Inch.
70.5 0.09 Inch.
71.2 0.06 Inch.
71.2 0.16 Inch.
i - HONOLULU, April 10, 1003.
ftueh hiier, ant! u.iuaually dry weather prevailed generally over
the wotldn; .The excesses In mean temperature over the preceding
week rannrd on Kauai frcm 2.5 to 3.6 . on Maul generally from 2.1' to
WillPm 1.? to 4.4 In the windward and Walanae districts of Oahu,
to 3.9 in the Kohala, Hamakua and Hilo districts ot Hawaii,
The rainfall was very light thruotit the section, and quite a number
of stations reported no rainfall.
Every station in the section having a record of ten or more years
reported less rainfa'l than the average. The deficiencies. In inches, in
th1e"vi!ral districts were: Hawaii Kchala 0.61 to 0.86, Hamakua 1.43
and 1.44, Hilo 1.66 to 4.06, Puna 0.P3. Kau 0.53, and Kona 0.95; Maul
Hamakualoa 1.27, and Laha'na 0.23: Oahu Koolauloa 0.39, Koolaupoks
0.44 to 1.31, Honolulu 0.59. and Ewa and Walanae 0.20 to 0.22; and
Kauai Koolau 1.09. Kona 0.73, and Walmea 0.13.
The total amounts of rainfall. In Inches. In the several districts were!
Hawaii Kohala 0.27 to 0.48, Hamakua 0.04 to 0.06, Hilo 0.00 to 1.11,
Puna 0 60 to 0.73, Kau 0.00 to 0.35. and Kona 0.26 to 0.39; Maul Hama
leualoa 0.23. Koolau 0.62 to 2.46, Hana 0.46, and no rainfall In the remain
ing districts; Oahu Koclauloa 0.14 to 0.30, Koolaupoko 0.13 to 0.17,
Honolulu 0.02. Ewa 0.00 to 0.05. and Walanae 0.00; Kauai Koolau and
Kona 0.10 to 0.24, Walmea 0.00 to 0.C5, and Puna no rainfall; and Molo
kal 0.06 to 0.25.
There was much lees rainfall than during the preceding week In the
Kohala. Hamakua. Hilo and Puna districts of Hawaii the deficiencies
generally ranging from over 5.C0 to 18.19 Inches. Deficiencies ranging
tom 3.02 to 7.53 Inches were reported from portions of Maul,
Kaueleiu, Hawaii, reports a sharn earthquake shock at 5.25 p. m. of
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
"; "Hawaii 69.4" 0.32 inch.
idu'j ios mnu :000,
jhsmlUl'iii jAlftr..geup 70.1 0.27 Inch.
W rMVeil 'mn of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu partly
cloudy,. veMhcr "oTitaTned. with .02 Inch of rainfall, that amount more
than during thetpMoMJmg week, and .59 below the normal. The mean
temperature wag"7 ; minimum 64 , and mean 71.4, 1.7 below the
nofin.il. ar.d .3-chlgher than last week's. The mean dally relative
tobhbdttysvmtttii'fronf&aito 77 , and for the week was 68.7 , The
ttindiw!!ieevijiibWliNEJ!i prevailing, with an average hourly velocity
ab7ATltciinMi tUitynttircmeter ranged from 30.C0 to 30.12 Inches,
JOjUtholnwaonfar ttiolvntM, 20.03, was 0.01 Inch above normal,
",r,,",iIJi,"8totfrSS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
!"YN!i?v ,? tafipS Wvl'? (ho name of station Indicate the date
," - ISLAND OF HAWAII.
' Puakea Ranch-J'jty.jjtaln fill on Hirer dates. nniiiuutlilB, t" "" I"1''1'
L"il Imht I, -.soLailJliiilir-' tin- pivceiHim week. A. Mittion.
Kohala Mill UJ,lcf,Tt.o nieun tenippraliiie was r.9.1". ami tliero wore
.H'AiPMftfcit1'''',1' ""'". '.." ,,c',mv th0 wt'n,B0'
lmin'J41V'oM''HJ"''1 week a. T. H. I.IIIIo. .
""KoTiafa'MTssion mlySlinwers occurred im four dates and totuled
t4fi nidi, .vUlly J be flieriigi- unil S.ii'j Indies less Hum thu previous
week's TU'i,UiLHU,iiiyujraluie n 8.t!. Ilr. II. I). Ilnnil.
Nluhi I'r.YtWiXWaii temperature was 7'.2. ami tlio rainfall
w'lJtfl I'V'Mir.ejlT.oiOpAJ'' lati-M r.r. Inch. .71 below the average, uml
jllirard'iifirffKt wwifH.-i--. c. lM.t.iw.
KuKulhaele ll.'ij -wiuni. sunny weather obtained, with rain mi one
date- iipiiitintliig-lu .i'l'lnch. UUiu Inches lets than during the preceding
weik. Tin- nu'.-rn t,niieiatiiie va 72.0. II. T. llarclny.
42PolW!i" P" The lii'Min teniiienittlie wim 7.'r. Italn fell nil olio
Tl.IYi- mill iHiiinini'il tn .in; Inch. 11.711 Inches Ichh than the urrvlmis
wirk' ami 1 41 lielnw the utpniKo I', V. KiiinUen.
Paauhau 1 1 ". I --There win line day with rulnfall, which animmteil to
.01 Ini'li 1 1.1 Inrln-H In-low the nvpniKo. ami 14.11 less than hint week'H.
The tin .in tempi ratine wan 71.5 J 1.. Wllsnil.
f'Jo1a ll,"') -The mean temperature wiib 7"."r, ami there wan no
fttfJTi a ill llrleiiev of 2.U7 Inehen as eiunp.ireil with thu urcriiKu.
I l.f :s I Iibk than the preeedlne week's. W. 0. Walker.
JiUpahoehoe l !' Stiuns "trailt's". line wenther. uml sniiintli kens
irc!rlh"l. with .I'd Inch of rainfall. I.mi indie:' helow the averaKO, ami
15 1.1 Iii-h than last week's. 15. W. Ilainiiiil.
Alpjpaaloa 1 1 ."i I There was no rainfall, a ilellclency of 15.SU Indies
iibVonipiireil with the previous week's. C. .McLeiinnn.
f Honohlna ll'l Kiiln occurred on one dale nnd ninntmtml ' -1H
Inch 2 111 Inches lielnw the aveniKe, anil 18.19 less than tlio preceding
week's. M. h'r.iser.
Hakalau (151 -The menu temperature, was 7n.l, ami thu rainfall
which occurred on fnnr dates 1.11 Inches, l.i'.O below tho nverago. and
13.79 lesti than last week'H. .1. Krnser.
Pepeekeo (15) Hhowers occuneil on tho first blx dates and tntnleil
S3 Inch. 1 '.17 Inches helow the uvuraito. ami in.53 lct.s than tho preco
illnti week . The niein temiierattiro was 71.8. l'opeekeo SiiKar Co.
Papalkou 115) Showers occurred on tho llrst Ilvo dates ami amount
ed I.) 1H Inch. 3 31 Inches b"low the average, and 9.C0 less than during
the previous week .1. T. Mtilr.
Hilo (15) The mean temperature was 7n.r,", and tho rainfall which
occtimd on the last six dates .3.1 Inch, 5 9!) less than last week's, and
-nil- riBtowthn average. I.. C. I.ytntiti.
Ponahawai 1 15) Showers occurred on six dales, nmnuntiilR to .39
Inch, 4!H trtclitk less than dmlna the piecedllig week. Tho mean
tejqUL'fuliui'viis ii8 . .1. K (iiini illelson
'KipbTio "11 ) --'f'ln inean temis-riiliire was 70.3. Showers occuneil
on (he , Piles and totaled .) Inch, .83 below the average, and 1.01 Inches
lean Hum lat,wk's,r-;ll. .1. Lyman.
,TJKueJeau' f.H- (JhOwers occurred dally ami totaled .73 Inch, 3.IK
'inches It-SB tjiun ilm'jillfjlie pi'i-eeillim week. Tho mean Icmporaturo
was lid r.-illH'MtniUr; '
Pahala 111) The menu tetnperatiiro was fiS.r, mill there was no
raluftill.l.3n Inclios less than IiibI week's, and .5.1 Inch helow the aver-
K kMi till McasuraUo niln foil on four dates, amounting to .33
inch. .01 more than during tho preceding week. The mean temperature
was 113(1 -W. II lliiysulden.
Kealakekua (131 hliowers occurred on five dales and totaled .39
Inch, .15 mine than during the previous week. It. Wallace.
Kealakekua 114) The mean temperature, wns OS." , ami tho rainfall
which occurred on three dates .26 Incli, .22 less than last week's,
nnd .93 helow tho average. Ilev. S. II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (15) The mean temperature was fi7.1. Showers occurred on
live dates and totaled .t;2 Inch, 7.53 Inches loss than during thu prece
ding week .1. .1. l'errleia.
Nahlku (1 1) Showery weather obtained, tho rainfall amounting to
i. IK laches. 5.9L' less than the pievlous week's. The menu temperature,
was i;7.2 L' O. Jacobs.
Haiku tl5) Light trade winds provalled, with much cloudy weather,
ami light showers mi four dates amounting to .28 Inch, 1.27 Inches
below the average. The mean tempcratutu wns C.'J.ii. I). I). Ilahlwln.
Hana (13) 'I ho lAVan temperature wns 70.0", and the rainfall
which occurred on four dales .40 Inch, 3.02 Indus less than during
the preceding week. 0. O. Cooper.
Klhel (ID Clear, rainless weather obtained, .23 Inch less rainfall
than last week'H. The mean temperature, wbr 73.0. P. II. llnyschlen.
Puunene (13) There was no ralnfnli, 1.72 Inches less than tho
previous week's. The mean temperature, was 70.4 . V Searby.
Walluku (Ki)--Tho mean temperature was 71.2'. nhd there wns no
rainfall 3.50 Inohes less than tho preceding week's. llro. Frank.
Kaanapall (15) Tire mean temperature was 72.4', anil there wns no
rainfall, .01 less than last week's, nnd .23 below thu average. W. Hohb.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (10) The mean temperature was 09.4". Light showers
declined on sl: dates, amounting to .14 Inch, .39 below the average, and
.(ll less than lata week's. It. T. Chrlstopherscn.
Hauula (15) The rainfall amounted to .30 Inch. A. C. Aubrey.
Maunawlll Ranch (10) Tho menu temperature, was 09.8". Showers
occurred on four dates and totaled .17 Inch, 1.31 Inches below thu
average, and 2.78 loss than last week's. .1. Herd.
Waimanalo (10) There was one day with rainfall, which amounted
fo .03 Inch. .11 below the average, and .20 lets than tho previous week's.
The mean temperature was 73.2. A. Irvine.
Walawa (17) The mean temperature was 05.0", and tho rulnfall M
Inch, .01 more than during the preceding week. A. I.lstcr.
Ewa (17) Partly cloudy and cloudy weather ohtnlned, with no rain
fall, no change from last week, and .20 Inch less than tho average. Tho
mean temperature wns 70.4". II. Midler.
Walanae (10) Rainless weather continued, n deficiency of .22 Inch
of rainfall for tho week. The mean temperature was 73.9. !'. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (16) The mean temperature was 70.0". Showers occurred
on two dates and umounted to .11) Inch, 1.09 Inches below tho average.
I.. II. llorclko.
Kealla (10) ItalnlesH weather continued, with a mean temperature
of 71.3". Makco Sugar Co.
Llhue (10) Tho mean temperature was 70.0, and there was no rain
fall Llliiic Plan. Co.
Koloa (10) Tho moan temperature was 71. 2", and tho rainfall .21
Inch, .22 less than Inst week's, uml .73 helow tho average. The Koloa
Sugar Co. "
Eleele (10) Warm weather obtained, with a shower on the 12th
amounting to .05 Inch, .12 less than during tho preceding week. Me
llryde Sugar Co.
Makawell (10) llalnlfRB wenther continued, a deficiency of ,13 Inch
In average weekly rulnfall. The mean temperature was 72.4. Iluw,
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (10) The mean temperature wns 71.2". Showers
occurred on two dates and amounted to .25 Inch, that amount less than
last week's. C. C. Conrailt.
Molokal Ranch (10) Showers occurred on threo dates nnd totaled
.00 Inch 1.02 Inches less than during the preceding week. (J. p. Cooke.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
Tlie Bulletin Is First
The Kntuly Kids hailing from the
District of Kwn Journeyed to Wala-
nao on Sunday, the' 18th Instant, to
meet the Walanaes In the second
round of tho Oahu Plantations' Sugar
Accompanied by CO or more of
their people, victory they claimed
must not and would not remain with
tho Wnlauao homo team, but this
was not to be. They overlooked tho
matter that the Walanaes were equal
1- able In handling the sphere as
the)', nnd with their followers to
coach them on, victory must tay
where It belongs; thus the Kwns
were done up to the tunc ot 10 to 7.
Tho visitors started off in the first
two Innings like being ensy winners
and living up to their word, scoring i
7 runs, but the Wnlannes then be
ing aware of the trouble, pulled
themselves together and held tho
(Owns to zero during the remaining
seven Innings. The ending of tho
sixth Inning, when the score stocd
7 nil, b.iw the Kwas with three men
on bnses and no men down; Intense
excitement wus then tho order, but
the noxt two men up skied to left
field, and the remaining ono falling
to connect, ended nn Inning ot flno
hnll-phiylng on the part of the Wal
unaeH. Mervyn Simpson pitched n flno
game for tho winners, and wns ably
Fccondcd by J. Meyer at the receiv
ing end. Shortstop I.opcs of tho
Wnlannes wiib tho stnr of tho day,
and can go somo In handing and
connecting with tho tfphero.
The lineup of tho tennis was;
Kwns J, Kllus, 3b; Plata, 2h; J.
Vannntta (captain), rf; J. Hento,
ss; G. Clnrk, p; J. I.nlng, cf; Trnv
ens. If; (llrvln, lb; Kcmalidcs, c.
Wnlannes .1. Lopes, ss; K. Knla,
2h; J, Meyer (captain), c; A. Simp
son, p; (1. Meyer, 3h; It. nillllaud,
Hi; 1 l.npcs, cf; J. Mundon, rf; K.
I'lnplic llnrncy Joy,
MISSES SUTTON WIN
CRACK TENNIS MATCH
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Tho third lound of tho second an
nual tennis tournament of tho Mox
ico Country Club was hold April 7
before a largo gathering of specta
tors. Three of tho crack players of
the United States wore dofeated.
Hnrvoy McQuesllon of Moxlco de
feated 8. M. Slnsalaugh of Califor
nia, C-l, 0-4.
It. M. Toll I n of Mexico defeated Kv
nn llooso of Minnesota, 1-C, C-2, 0-4.
Nat Iliowno of California dofeated
II. C. llrldges of North Carolina, C-l,
In tho ladies' singles May Sutton
of California defeated Mn.il go Honey
of Mexico City, 0-1, 0-1, nnd Klnr-
enco Sutton' of California won from
Miss ll. DoiIbwcII of Mexico City,
In the mixed doubles Miss May
Sutton nnd S. M. Slnsubnugh of Cal
ifornia won from Miss Madge lloncv
anil Dr. II, (loodmnn of Moxlco City,
Miss Kloronco Sutton nnd Nut
llrowne of California defeated Mlsa
Dndswell nnd Arthur Wood row of
Mexico City, 0-2, 0-0.
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