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EVENING RULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1909.
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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, April 28, 1909.
Southerly wind and muggy weather were unutually prevalent dur
ing the week.
On Oahu, Kauai, and Molokal, generally on Maul, and In the
Kohata and portion! of the remaining districts of Hawaii the mean
temperature! were markedly higher than during the preceding week.
The greatest excess reported was 3.1.
The rainfall w below the average of ten or more years at all sta
tions on Maul, and Oahu, at all on Kauai, excepting In the Walmea dis
trict, and at all on Hawaii, excepting In the northern part of the Kau
district. The deficiencies. In Inches, were: Hawaii Kohala 1.04 to
1.24, Hamakua 1.47 to 1.50, Hllo 1.55 to 3.48, Kona and Kau 0.90 to 1.12,
and Kau 0.46, excepting an excess of 0.05 at Pahala; Maul Hamakua
loa 1.43, and Walluku and Lahalna 0.13 to 0.23; Oahu Koolauloa 0.27,
Koolaupoko 0.29 to 1.03, Honolulu 0.42 to 1.37, and Walanae and Ewa
0.01 to 0.03; and Kauai Kona and Koolau 0.70 to 0.79, and an excess of
0.14 In the Walmea district.
No rainfall was reported from the Hamakua district of Hawaii (an
unusual condition), and the Kula, Walluku and Lahalna districts of
Maul. The amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the remaining districts
were: Hawaii Kohala 0.02 to 0.18, Hllo 0.26 to 0.76, Puna 0.31 to 0.36,
Kau 0.30 to 0.97, and Kona 0.18 to 0.31; Maul Koolau 0.14 to 0.72,
Hamakualoa 0.12, and Hana 0.04; Oahu Koolauloa 0.22, Koolaupoko
0.18 to 0.45, Honolulu 0.14 to 0.58, Ewa 0.17 to 1.47, and Walanae 0.21;
Kauai Koolau 0.40, Puna 0.35 to 0.68, and Walmea and Kona 0.22 to
0.27; and southwestern Molokal 0.06.
There was 0.08 Inch to 1.07 inches more rainfall than during the
preceding week at all stations on Oahu, 0.03 to 0.68 Inch more on
Kauai, and 0.58 to 0.62 Inch more in the Kau district of Hawaii. In the
remaining districts of Hawaii there was 0.09 to 0.43 Inch less In the
Kohala, 0.04 to 0.06 Inch less In the Hamakua, 0.36 less to 0.56 more In
the Hllo, 0.29 to 0.37 less In the Puna, and 021 less to 0.05 more In the
Kona. In the Hamakualoa, Hana and Koolau districts cf Maul thero
was 0.16 Inch to 1.74 Inches less.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 70.6 0.36 Inch.
Maul 72.1 O.lllnch.
Oahu 722 0.45 Inch,
Kauai 72.3 0.36 Inch.
Molokal 73.2 0.06lnch.
Entire Group 71.6 0.33 Inch.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu, partly
cloudy to cloudy weather obtained, with measurable rainfall on three
dates totaling .14 Inch, .42 less than the normal, and .12 more than
during the preceding week. The maximum temperature was 80, min
imum 66, and mean 73.1, 0.3 below the normal, and 1.7 higher than
last week's. Southerly winds prevailed, with an average hourly veloc
ity of 8.3 miles. The relative humidity was high, the mean dally rang
ing from 68 to 90, and for the week was 76.0. The mean dally
barometer ranged from 3042 to 30.02 Inches, and the mean for the
week, 30.08, was 0.06 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: Tho figures following the name of station Indicates the date
with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (22) Tliero was .18 Inch of rainfall on tho 22d, .03
Ioks than during tho preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mill (23) Tho mean tonipernturo was 71.G. and tho rain
fall ,05 Inch. .43 lens than lust week's, and 1.01 Inches below thu aver
uge T. II. LIUIc.
Nlulil (22) A shower occurred on tho 22il, ami amounted to .02 Inch,
-S3 Icsb than thu previous week'H, and 1.24 Inches below tho average
Tho mean temperature was 72.4. F. C. Paotow.
Kukulhaele (22) Tho mean temperature waB 71.8. Tliero was no
rainfall, .05 Inch less than last week's, aud tho first without rainfall
lu eleven months. H. T. Harclay.
Honokaa (21) Tliero wns no rainfall, .00 Inch less than tho previous
weck'B, and 1.50 Inches below tho nverago. Tho mean tompcratmo
wns 71.2. P. V. KmulBcn,
Paauhau (22) Tho mean temperaturo was 73.4. Thero was no
rainfall, .01 Inch loss than tho preceding week's, and 1.17 Inches below
tho nvoinpe. L. Wilson,
Ookala (22) Thero was .10 inch of rainfall on the 22d, .10 mora
than last week's, and 2.C1 Inches below tho average. Tho mean torn
poraturo was 71.8. W. O. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (22) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted to
.60 Inch, .68 more than during the preceding week, and 3.18 Inches
less than the average. K. W. Darnard.
Papaaloa (22) Ilhln fell on tho last two dates and totaled .20 Inch,
that amount more than tho previous week's. C, McLennan.
Honohlna (22) Italn fell on two dates and amounted to .74 Inch,
.56 moro than last week's, and 2 35 Inches less than tho average. W.
Hakalau (22) Tho mean toniporaturo wns 70.8. Showers occurred
on threo dates and totaled .75 Inch, .36 less than last week's, and 2.02
Inches below tho avorage. J, Fraser.
Pepeekeo (22) Haln fell on four datos and amounted to .75 Inch,
i42 more than tho preceding week's, and 1.55 Inches less than tho
average. Tho mean tempernturo was 71.2'. Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Papalkou (22) Showers occurred on flvo dntes and totaled .70 Inch,
.38 moro than during the piecedlng week, and 2.9G inches less than
tho average. J. T, Molr.
Hllo (22) The mean temperaturo was 71.1'. Rain fell on two datos
and amounted to .31 Inch, 02 less than last week's, and 2.93 Inches
below the average. L O. l.ymaii.
Kapoho (22) Show pi h occurred on four dates and amounted to .31
Inch, .29 less than the preceding weok'B, and 1.12 Inches below tho
nverago. Tho mean tcmp'.'raturo was 71.5. II. J. Lyman.
Kaueleau (21) Tho mean temperaturo was 67.6. Italns fell on thn
' last six dates and amounted to .30 Inch, .12 more than during the pre
vious weok. L, F, Turner
Pahala (21) Showers occurred on two dates and totuled .58 Inch,
that nmount moro than Inst week's, nnd .05 ahoo tho nverago. Tho
mean temperaturo wns 09.0. Haw. Agrlc. Co,
Naalehu (21) Italn fell on four dates and amounted to ,30 Inch,
.4.0 less than tho average. C. II, White.
Kau (21) The mean temperaturo was Cl.l. Rain fell on four dates,
amounting to .97 Inch, ,02 moro than last week's. W. II. Hayselden.
Kealakekua (22) Showers occurred on threo dates nnd amounted
to .18 Inch. .21 less than during tho preceding (wcok. It. Wnllacc.
Kealakekua (21) The mean temperaturo was 70.0. Thero wcro
three days with rainfall, which amounted to .31 Inch. .90 less than tho
average, and .03 more than Inst week's. Ilov. S. II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (22) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted to .14
Inch, .18 less than during tho preceding week. Tho mean temperaturo
was 07.5 .1. I.. Ken lorn.
Nahlku (21) The mean temperature wns 08.2, and tho rainfall,
which occurred nn three dntes .72 Inch, 1.74 Inches less than tho
previous week's. C. O. Jacobs.
Haiku (22) Light "tr.ulcB" nnd varlablo winds prevailed, with much
cloudy weather, nnd light showers on threo dates amounting to .12
Inch, .10 less than last week's, and 1.13 Inches below tho average. Tho
mean temperaturo wns 71.2. D. D. Raldwln.
Hana (20) Tho mean temperaturo waB 72.7. There 'was .01 Inch
of rainfall on tho ICth, .12 less than during tho preceding week. O.
Klhel (21) Cloudy weather and southeast winds obtained on tho last
three days, Ilalnless weather continued. Tho mean temperaturo was
71.8. 1'. II. Hayselden.
Puunene (22) Itnlnless weather continued. The mean temperaturo
was 71.5". W Scarby.
Kahulul (23) The mean temperaturo was 71.7. and thero was no
rainfall, a deficiency of .13 Inch In -nverago weekly rainfall. J, A.
Walluku (22) Rainless weather continued. Tho mean temperaturo
was 73 1. Uro. Frank.
Kaanapall (22) Tho mean temperaturo wai 75.0. Light varlablo
winds prevailed, with close, sultry, cloudy weather, and no rainfall,
no chango from last week's, nnd .23 Inch below tho average. W. llobb.
I8LAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (23) Tho mean temperaturo was 71.8. Rain fell on four
dates mostly at night anil totaled .22 Inch. .08 moro than last week's,
end .'27 lies than tho nverago. R. T. Chrlstopherscn.
Maunawlli Ranch (23) Tho mean temperaturo was 72.5. Rain fell
on four dates ami amounted to .45 Inch, .28 moro than last week's, and
1.03 Inches Icsh than the nverago. J. Herd,
Walmanalo (23) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted to
.18 Inch, .29 less than tho uvcrage, and .15 mora than tho pravlous
week's. Iho mean temporuture was 70.2. A. Irvlno.
Manoa (23) Tho rainfall amounted to .58 Inch, .16 moro than during
tho preceding week, and 1.37 Inches less than tho uvorago. F. N.
Walawa (21) Tho moan tomperaturo was 016. ShowcrB occurred
on Itvo dates and totaled .67 Inch, .02 moro than tho preceding week's.
At the ditch thero was 1.17 Inches of rainfall, 1.07 moro than last
week's. A. Lister.
Ewa (21.) Warm, cloudy, weather obtained, with showers on threo
dates amounting to .17 Inch, that amount moro than lam week's, uml
.03 less than tho nverago. South nnd bouthwest winds pruvallcd. The
mean temperaturo was 73.5. H. Muller.
Walanae (23) Showers occurred on three dates nnd totaled .21 Inch,
that amount moro than tho preceding week's, and .01 less thun thu
aveiagc. F. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (23) The mean tempcrntuio was 72.8. Showers occurred
on threo dates und totnled .10 Inch, .79 less than tho uvorago, aud .30
moro than last week's. L. 11. Horelko.
Kcalla (23) Rain fell on threo dates and amounted to .08 Inch, thai
nmount moro than during thu preceding week, Tho moan temperature
was 73 0. Makeo Sugar Co.
Llhue (23) Tho mean temperaturo waB 09.2, and tho rainfall
which occurred on four dates .35 Inch, that amount moro than tho
previous week's. I.lhuo Plantation Co.
Koloa (23) Tho rainfall which occurred on four datesamounted
to .27 Inch, .03 more than last week's, aud ,70 below tho nveruge. Tho
mean temperaturo was 72.6. The Koloa Sugar Co,
Eleele (2.1) Warm weather obtained, with showers on three dates
amounting to .22 Inch, .17 moro than during tho preceding week. Mc
Ilrydo Sugar Co.
Makaweli (23) Tho mean temucruturo was 73.7. Measurable rain
fell on tho tlrst four dates and amounted to .27 Inch, that amount
moro than last week's, and .11 nhovo tho average. Haw. Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAL
Mapulehu Ranch (23) Tho mean temperaturo was 7.1.2. Tliero
was .06 Inch of rainfall on tho 21st, .19 lets than during thu preceding
week. C. C. Conradt.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tho undersigned having been duly
nppolntcd Administrator of tho Ks
tote of Ilertlm C. Humble, late of Ho
nolulu, City and County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, deceased:
Notlco Is hereby given to tho cred
itors of, and all persons having claims
against tho said llcrtha C. Rumble,
deceased, whether secured by mort
gage or otherwise, to present the
same, duly authenticated, and with
proper vouchers, It any exist, to tho
said Administrator, at Its offices 910
920 Fort, Street, Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, within six (6) months
from tho dato hereof; otherwlso their
claims will he forever barred.
Dated this 13th day of April, A.
TRENT TRUST COMPANY,
Administrator of the Estato of llcrtha
C. Rumble, Deceased.
4281 Apr. 13, 20, 87; May 4, 11.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given by the un-'
derslgned, Administrator of the Es
tate of Pat. K. Harking, deceasod, to
tho creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
whether secured by mortgage or oth
erwise, to present the samo, duly au
thenticated, and with proper vouch
ers, if any exist, to the said Admin
istrator, at Its offices, 916-920 Fort
Street, Honolulu, Territory of Ha
wutl, within six (G) months after
the first publication of this notice;
otherwlso their claims wilt be forever
Dated this 30th day of March, A.
TRENT TRUST COMPANT,
Administrator, Estate of Pat. E. Ilai-
4272 Mar. 30; Apr. , 13, 20, 27.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
All owners of Jewelry which was
left with tho lato THOMAS LIND
SAY for repairs, are notified that all
Bitch articles havo been deposited at
tho store of M. R. Counter, Fort
Street, for delivery, nnd collection of
charges. Any of Buch articles re
malnlng undelivered and unpaid for
on June 1st, 1909, will be sold.
MARGARET F. SMITH,
Temp. Admx. Est. Thomas Lindsay,
J. J. Ilyrne, for eight years em
ployed by the Metropolitan Meat
Company, Limited, ns Its collector,
has established n collection agency
at Room-11 Campholl block, Mer
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