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KVENMNO nULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II. TUESDAY, MAY i, 1909.
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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, May 3, 1909.
Rainiest weather conditions obtained In the Hamakua and portions
of the North Kohala districts of Hawaii, and very light rains In the
Hllo district. (The districts given for the several Islands are those
provided by the late legislative Act.)
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the Koolaupoko
district of Oahu, and ranged from 2.75 to 3.39 Inches. The amounts of
rainfall, In Inches, In the other districts were: Koolauloa 1.01, Honolulu
0.32 to 1.18. and Ewa 0.11: Hawaii North Kohala 0.00 to 0.11, Hamakua
0.00, N. Hllo 0.14 to 0.57, 3. Hllo 0.24 to 0.83, Puna 0.65 to 1.72, Kau 0.68
to 0.75, and S. Kona 2.02; Maul Hana 0.24 to 0.75, Makawao 0.27 to 0.32,
Walluku 0.31 to 0.67, and Lahalna 0.15; Kauai Hanalel 1.26, Kawal
hau 0.82, Llhue 0.60, Koloa 0.63, and Walmea 0.56; and Molokal Molo
kal 0.20 to 0.36.
The total amount of rainfall was below the weekly average of ten or
more years on windward Hawaii and leeward Oahu, and In scattered
sections of Maul. The departures from the average, In Inches, In the
several districts were! Hawaii N. Kohala 1.08 to 1.32, Hamakua
1.47, N. Hllo 2.52 to 2.53, S. Hllo 1.81 to 3.07, Puna 0.78,
Kau 0.16 to 0.15; Maul Makawao 1.23, Lahalna 0.08, and Walluku
40.18; Oahu Koolauloa 40.52, Koolaupoko 1.91 to 2.28, Honolulu 0.24
to 0.77, and Ewa 0.10; and Kauai Hanalel 40.07, and Walmea 40.40.
More rainfall than during the preceding week was reported at all
stations on Kauai, Molokal and Maul; at all on Oahu, excepting In the
Ewa district, and at all In the Kau, Kona, and Puna districts of Hawaii.
The excesses did not exceed 1.00 Inch, excepting In the Kona and por
tions of the Puna districts of Hawaii and the Koolaupoko district of
Oahu, where they ranged from 1.36 to 2.94 Inches.
The mean temperatures wete higher than those of the preceding week
on the leeward side of Oahu, In the N. Kohala, Hamakua and 8. Hlio
districts of Hawaii, generally on Maul, In southeastern Molokal, and In
the Walmea district of Kauai; elsewhere they were lower; the greatest
excess over last week's was 3.0, and deficiency 2.1.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature ami
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
71.7 0.52 Inch.
72.8' 0.40 Inch.
73.0 1.46 Inches.
71.2' 0.77 Inch.
74.2 0.28 Inch.
72.2' 0.66 Inch.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu partly
cloudy to cloudy, muggy weather obtained, with the mean relative
humidity ranging high 74 to 85 dally, and 77.6 for the week.
. Measurable rain fell on four dates totaling .32 Inch, .24 less than the
normal, and .14 more than during the preceding week. The maximum
' temperature was 82 . minimum 67, and mean 73.6, 0.1 below normal
t and 0.5 higher than last week's. Southerly winds prevailed on the
first three days, and northeasterly on the remaining, with an average
J hourly velocity of 6.7 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from
30.00 to 30.14 Inches, and the mean for the week, 30.06, was 0.04 Inch
( REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: The figures following the namo of station Indicate the date
' with which the week's resort closed.)
J ISLAND OF HAWAII.
' Puakea Ranch V2'J) There was .11 Inch of rainfall on tho 23il .07
J loss tlimi during the preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mill (29) The mean temperatuie was 71.8. nnd llio rainfall
1 .01 Inch, 04 less than during tho preceding week, and 1.08 Inches lielon
tho uverage. T. H. I.lllle.
Kohala Mission (30) Haltilces weather continued, a deficiency of
I 1.32 inches of rainfall us compared with tho weekly average. The mean
J tempernture wps 73.2. Dr. II. 1). Bond.
f Nlulll (29) The mean tempernture wni 72.9', 'and tho rainfall .02
Inch on the 23d the sanio as last week's, anil 1.21 Inches below tho
nvcingo. V, C. I'nrtnw.
; Kukulhaele (29) Ililglit. Bunny, warm rainless weather continued,
with n nie-in temperature of 7I.S. II. T. tlurclay.
) Paauhau 1291 The meiin temperature wu'i 712. Rainless weather
J continued, n deficiency of 1 47 Inches lor the week I.. Wilson.
; Ookala (29) A fcliuner nccuned on tlui IM nininintlne to .11 Inch,
i .02 less than Inst week's, and 2 .13 Inches bi low tho nwrnge. Tho mean
( lenipPiatino was 71.2'. W. O. Walker.
Honohlna (29) Showers fell on Unco dales and amounted to 57
; Inch. 17 less than the preceding week's, unit 2 i Inches below the
' nteiuee W. M. I-Varcr.
J Hakalau 1291 The uiuan teiiipt-rntiirp was 71 V, and the mliifall ul
1 Inch on the 23d .21 less Hum lust week's, and 2.2,1 Inches li-'lmv the
, uvcingc .1. 1'iuser
Pepeekco 1 29 1 -Showers occurred on four dates and totaled .49 Inch,
J .20 loss Hutu Hie inexloiM week's, and 1.S1 Inches below tho average.
I lit" lwun lemier.iiuie wits 71.H'. I'opeeken Sugar Co.
Papilkou I29i- Itnln fell on five datCB and iimoimteil to .(15 Inch. .11
less tli.il) during tho preceding week, and 3.07 Inches below the mer.igo
J. T. Voir.
Hllo (29) The mean temperature was 72.1. Showers occurred on
Jhreo dates anil totaled 2( Inch, .07 less than last week's, and 3.00
Inches below the average I,, c. Lyman,
Ponahawal (29) Showers ocriined on four dates, amounting to .83
Inch, .45 inoro than during tho preceding week. Tho mean teiupuratuio
was 09.9'. J. K. Oamallelstn.
Kapoho (29) The mean lenipernturo was 71.4. Measurable rata
tell on four dales nml nmoimtl In .05 inch. .78 less than tho average
and .34 111010 than Ia3t wees's II. I. I.ym.in,
Kaucleau (27) Showers oceuried dally ami totaled 1.72 Inches, 1.30
moiu than during tho piccedlnrt week. Tho mean tempenituio was
CS 2'.U. V. Turner.
Pahala (2S) Tho mean temperature was 09.0. and the rainfall .08
Inch. .IB iihovo tho uverago, uiid .10 mine than last weok's Haw.
Naalehu (28) Very sultry weather obtained, with rainfall 011 lie
dales amounting to .75 Inch, .45 nioro than the pievlous week's, and .01
below tho average. C. II. Whllo.
Kealakekua (29) Itnln fell on three dates and totaled 2.02 Inches.
1.81 mure than during tlio preceding week. It, Wullace,
I8LAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (29) Tho mean temperature was 70.0. Showers occurred
on the first four dates und nmounted to .27 Inch, ,13 more than during
tho previous week. J. 1.. I'errlcra.
Nahlku (28) Showers occurred on four dates and totaled .70 Inch,
.03 more thnn during tlio preceding week. Tho mean temperature was
G9.fi'. C. O. Jacobs.
Haiku (29) Light "trades" and variable, winds prevailed, attended
with much cloudy weather, and n light electric storm on tho 28th.
Haln fell on three dates and amounted to .32 Inch, .2u more than last
week's, and 1 2.1 Inches less than the average. Tho mean tempcraturo
was 72 0. U. I). Haldwln.
Hana (27) Sultry weather obtained, with a mean tempcraturo of
73.9', and .21 inch of rainfall, .20 more than during the preceding week.
C! 0. Cooper.
Klhel (28) 'I ho menu tempernture was 72.7, and there was .67 inch
of inlnfiill on tho 27th that amount moro than, the previous week's.
V. II. HaysHilen.
Puunene (29) There was .38 Inch of rainfall on tho 27th that
amount more than during the preceding week. The mean tempcraturo
was 72.2. W Senrhy.
Kahulul (.30) Theie was 31 Inch of rainfall on the 21th that
amount more thnn last week's, and ,18 above tho nUT.igc. Tho mean
temperature was 75.0. ,1, A. Hattlc.
Walluku (29) Tho mean temperature was 73.0. Ilaln fell on two
dates and amounted to .52 Inch, that amount more than during tho
preceding week. lira. I'rnnk,
Kaanapall (29)- Showers occurred on two datSs, totaling .15 Inch,
that amount moro than last week's, nnd .03 less than tho average. The
mean temperature was 70.0. Varlablo winds and close, sultry weather
prevailed. V. Ilobb, '
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (30) Cloudy weather obtained, with rainfall on flVo dates
totaling 1.01 Inches, .52 Inch abovo tho average, and ,79 moro than last
week's. Tho mean tcmperatuio was 71.8. It. T. Chrlstopherscn.
Mcunawlll Ranch (30) Haln fell on the last six dates and amounted
to 3.39 Inches, 1.91 abovo tho average, ami 2.94 more than tho previous
week's, Tlio mean temperature was 71.2. J. Herd.
Walmanalo (30) Tho mean tcmpcrntuie was 74.6. Shqwers oc
curred on six dates and totaled 2.75 inches, 2.28 'abovo tho average,
und 2.57 moro than last week's. A. Irvine,
Manoa (30) Thcro wns 1.18 inches of rainfall, ,77 Inch less than tho
nverilge, and .00 moro than during tho preceding week. F, N. I'arkor.
Ewa (D Partly cloudy and cloudy weather obtained, with varlablo
winds, and measurable rain on two dates amounting to .11 Inch, ,10 bo
low the average, und .00 less than laBt week's. Tho mean tempcraturo
wns 73.8. II. Muller,
Walanae (30) Received, too lato to ho considered In summary or
nvernges. Tho mean tempernture' was 74.0. Itnln fell on four datec
and totaled 1.34 Inches, 1.12 abovo tho average, and 1.13 more than
last week's. V. Meyer.
I3LAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (30) Tho mean temperature was 71.4. Ilaln fell on tho
last two dntcs und amounted to 1.20 Inches, .07 Inch abovo the average,,
and .80 moro thnn last week's. L. I). Uorelko.
Kealla (30) Showers occurred onthreo dates nnd totaled .82 Inch,
.14 moro thnn during the preceding week. The mean tempcraturo was
71.2. Mnkco Sugar Co.
Llhue (30) The mean temperature was 08.3. Showers occurred on
five dates and totnled .CO Inch, .25 more than tho"Tfrovlous week's. P.
Eleele (30) Warm weather obtained, with (.bowers amounting to .03
Inch .41 moro than during the preceding week. Mcllrydo Sugar Co.
Makawell (30) Tho mean tempernturo was "3.8. and tho ralnfnll
which occurred on two dates .63 Inch, .40 above tho average, nnd .20
moro than last week's. Haw. Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAL
Mapulehu Ranch (30) Tho mean temperature waB 74.2. Showers
occurred on three dates und totaled .20 Inch, .14 moro than during the
preceding week. C. C. Conrndt. f
Molokal Ranch (1) Southerly winds prevailed tho forerfart of week,
and light northeast winds tho latter part, with rain on Iho last five
dates amounting to ,30 Inch, .07 moro than last week's. O. P. Cooke.
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'T TALK AND
De Castellane Furnishes a Simple but
Hard Becipe for Keeping Young.
laughing: Also Under
(By Marquis de Castellane, Special
PAIUS, France, April 10. To re
main young Is the clflef ambition of
nil women, and, I must acknowledge
It, of many men, too. Until now tho
feeble resources of coquetry were the
only methods of protection. Hut
now we are brought a now remedy,
said to be Infallible against white
hair, wrinkles, falling teeth and all
other Irreparable signs of age.
Tho prescription is simple and dif
ficult: Never talk.
For talking causes wrinkles, which
aro a Blgn of age. Laughing Is very
dangerous, too, and so people who
pass their entire lives In silence
ought to be still young when their
time comes to die, and consequently,
as a next step, there Is no apparent
necessity for them to dlo at all.
All they havo to do Is to remain
Hard Task for Women
Hut there is a species of torture In
this treatment, recalling the old
French adage, "One must suffer to bo
I remember hearing my mother re
late that when she was a little girl
she did not sit up at the table, nnd
her parents, fearing that she would
not develop In graceful proportions,
had her hair tied to the back of her
chair, so that she-was forced to throw
back her shoulders and hold her
Ilelng a woman, she would havo
thought this sllenco cure far moro
barbarous. So, while It may succeed
with men, I am doubtful as to Its
success with women.
Lost week I told the story of Dr.
Iloux' experiment with radiuln for
curing cancer. I do not yet hold the
proof that he has succeeded; but I
am in a position to affirm that he
has not yet failed, and that Is al
ready a great deal.
Progress of Radium "Cure"
The poor old woman on whom the
experiment wns made states that she
Is greatly relieved of pain, and so It
Is established that tho radium Is con
) Uniting Its nntl-cancer action.
I havo taken such Interest In this
case that I hnvo been dnlly at the
Neckcr Hospital to see the patient
myBclf. From a close study of all the
phenomena connected with her, I can
deduce tho following facts:
On tho twentieth day since the
operation wns performed a marked
Improvement hns been noted In tho
general condition of the patient, and
she Is almost entirely free from puln.
Tlio doctors nsk now for another
month, at he end of which time they
will bo able to pronounce on the effi
cacy of the treatment. They havo
promised mo that I sahll have the
very Hist Information on the subject,
to thnt I may tell the American pub
lic If one of the three greatest curses
of Immunity hus Indeed been con
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