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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, June 14, 1909.
Th. rainfall was light throughout the section, the greatest amount
reported being 2.14 Inches. The need of rain Is beginning to be felt In
The total amounts, In Inches, In the several dlstrcts were: Hawaii
N Kohala 0.31 to 0.50, Hamakua 0 00 to 0.15, S. Hllo 0 50 to 1.28, Puna
0.70, Kau 0.10 to 2 14, the Konas 1.24 to 1.79; Maul Makawao 0 55 to
0 97. Hana 0.25 to 1.23, and Walluku and Lahalna 0 00; Oahu Koolau
poko 0.14 to 0 30, Honolulu 0.13 to 1.53, and Ewa trace to 1.65; Kauai
Hanalel 0 61, Kawalhau 0 30, Koloa 0.16, and Walmea 0.03; and Molo
kal 0 49
The rainfall was below the weekly average of ten or more years at
all but two stations. The deficiencies, In Inches, In the several dis
tricts were: Hawaii N Kohala 0.14 to 0 43, Hamakua 0.43 to 0 55, N.
Hllo 0 36 to 1 19, S. Hllo 0 36 to 0.86, Puna 0.41, and Kau 0.09; Maul
Makawao 0.25, and Lahalna 0.10; Oahu Kcolaupoko 0.22 to 0.61, Hono
lulu 0 16 at the lower level, and Ewa 0.14; ?nd Kauai Hanalel 0 33, and
Walmea 0 07. At the upper level of the Honolulu district of Oahu there
was an excess of 0.42 Inch, and an excess of 0 31 Inch In the N. Kona
district of Hawaii.
The mean temperatures were higher than those of the preceding
week at all but three stations In the section. On Kauai the excesses
ranged from 1.7 to 3 2, on Oahu generally from 1.1 to 20 on Maul
0.1 to 08 , and Hawaii generally from 04" to 2.1, The mean tem
perature was 0 4" lower than last week's In southeastern Molokal, and
0 6 lower In the Puna and 0 5" lower in the northern portion of the
Hamakua districts of Hawaii.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 72 6 0 65 Inch.
Maul 74.2 0.43 Inch.
Oahu 75.7J 0 62 Inch.
Kauai 75 8 0 28 Inch.
Molokal 75 0" 0.49 Inch.
Entire Croup 73 9" 0.56 Inch.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu partly
cloudy and cloudy weather obtained, with dally showers measurable
on three dates and amounting to .13 Inch, .16 less than the normal for
the week and 10 more than during the preceding week. The maximum
temperature was 82 , minimum 68 , and mean 75.9", 0 5" lower than the
normal, and 1.1" higher than last week's. The mean dally relative
humidity ranged from 62 to 75 , and the mean for the week was
67 3 . Northeasterly winds prevailed on three days and easterly on the
remainder, and for the week, with an average hourly velocity of 9.6
rrllrs. The mean dally barometer varied from 30 02 to 30.10 Inches,
and the mean for the week, 30 06, was 0.05 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
t.N'ntp; The figures follow Iiik the mime of station Indicate the data
Willi tthlcli (ho weeks report closed)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch ( I'D Italu fell on three ilatm. iinioimlini; to 0.33
Inch, I 'I more Hum litiliii; tho priivillliR week. A Mason
Kohala Mission 111) The inian tiMiipcruturo wan 7J.8" Slioueru
o( luted on Hie first four dates: and totaled .31 Inch. .43 lietow the
hiihk and 108 Indus Ii-hh than last weik'a. I)r II I). Komi.
Kohala Mill (I'M There were four dnH with rainfall, which
amounted lo r,n Imh 39 1 hs than the previous wtik, and II htlow
the ineume T II l.lllle
Nlulll (Hi) Did mean (eiiiperatnie wan 73 1" Unln fell on flo
i'hIih and loi'iled II Inch 2H below tliu nxcniKu, anil 07 Ichh than
I iKt wi ek k I' C Pielow
Kukuihaele H) -It iIhIohh weather also continued IhiouRliout thin
week The trnan liiiiieialnre w.ib 75 0 II T Harelay.
Honokaa (ill SlioiiK NT. wlmlx priMt'led on the last three dales.
The mean H miieiatuie.wiiH 7.17" mid Hiiro wiim .15 Inch of rainfall
on the llh 41 lesH thrill Hie meraKe. and 12 more Hum latt week'.
- I' V Knudki n
Poauhau (1 ') The menu teniperatme xii 74 0 Ualnli'KH weather
loiitlimed a ikflilint) of "" Imh In .iii.-i.ihp wiikl) nilnfall !,.
Laupahoehoe 110) I'lnc wuillier obtained, with cry KtronK and
win ill 'H.uteH" Khow( m f, II on two dati s and amounted lo 25 Inch,
.13 inoie than lut wiekV, anil 1.10 Inchm K-hk than the axcrnKO H W
llai I' ird
Papaaloa HI) Hhowem inclined on two dates and nmoiinted lo iS
Inch, 31 Iphh Hi in ilitriiiK the predion wuk C Mclennan
Honohlna (10) Ijuhl .iowik fell limine rout nlKltta and totaled
.WI I tit li 42 more 111 an Hie preceding w'kn, and .SB below lite
il t tRe- V I Trni el
Hakaliu (Hi) Tin nietn toinpcuttirc whs 710" Showers occurred
on the hint six duhr in I tolitkd SO inch Hint amount nitne than !,nt
wetk'H, nnd M, Ichh th'an the average .1 I'raner
Pepeekeo (10) The mi an teinperiltiiie wan 71.", filiowera or
(illted ttnll tnd iiifilnl 7". Inch .1,1 m than Hie awi.igu, and .11
IIIOK than the preceding wit k s I'epeeKio SlIK it Co
Papalkou ( UK Hhowem iiitmiul dull) an1 totaled 1 US Inches, .30
llidt lira (It in the tueniKy mid ."I niorti tliaii iIiiiIiik Hid ptecedlns
wetk. J T Molt
Hllo (HI)-Show us ixiiiirnl dallj nnd totaled 1 01 IikIiih Ifi Inch
lielow llto avenge ami i.s mote than the pinvloiiH wi-tk'n The mean
tt III 'i atlit wiih 7.' fi' I, C Lmimii
Kapoho (10)-Haiti li II on tho last sK dalCH and nniotintcil to .70
Inch. .41 Jens tlnin Hit awtaai- and 27 lime Hian lattt week'H Tho
mean tcniifratiiie vmih 72 S" StrmiK Si: winds prevailed on Hie Stlt
and 9th. H. I. I man '
Pahala (9) The mean teinper.ilnre was 71 i' Tlteto was .10 Inch of
"rainfall tin (he 3d n'l li, low ilic averaso and .12 less than tho pro
cedlnK Bi't'k'H Hnw Aline Co
Kau (9) Showers lutiinid dallv Ikhvj on Hie .'Id and totaled 2 11
li.rlieH, 1.98 moio Hun last uitka The mean letnperatuiu wag C3 9
V. II. HiivHOlden.
Kealakekua (10) Plitmi-ih mini-ii o-i six dates and totitltd 121
Inchon, 1.01 less than iluilni! the uitu-illm; week. It. Wallate
Kealakekua (9) The ineiin tunpeintiin, was 71 5 ami tho rainfall
which declined dillv 1 "' Imlus 11 huh almve the iivpi.iko, and
.OS iiioi o Ihnn list week's lit v S II liivls
ISLAND PF MAUI.
Haiku (10) Muiti'litlq liade winds pr valle.l with an avermu or
partly cluiiil wither, nnJ iliH kliowcu iiiimiiiiiiiig to 65 Inili .;
The mean temper-
imcedlliB week. J.
ik low the average nnd or, less than last week's
ature was 72 4". I) I) Il.tldvvlii
Huelo (H) The mean tompornttiio was 71.0
dill) and totaled .97 Inch 57 less than during the
Nahlku (9) Showers occurred dallj and totaled 1 J1 Inches, .35 Inch
less than last week's The mean temperature, was 71 .'" C. O. Jacobs
Hana (7) (Hcixirt for six davs Tho mean tenuerattiru was '75.1.
Showers occurred on Hie last live dntcB and totaled 23 Inch, .15 moro
than during tho preceding week 1 O Cooper
Klhel (9) Clenr rainless weather obtained, with light "trades", and
a mean teiniieratuu of 7G 4' P II lliivsilden
Kaanapall (10) Sultrj, pnrtlv cloudy weather obtained, with a
mean temperature of 77 0, and no rainfall, .08 Inch less than last
week's, and 10 below the avtrage V. Hobh.
Walluku (10) The mean temperature was 7C.1 Tlieie was no rain
fall 10 Inch less than during the ptecedlng week Northeast winds
prevailed Hit) Krnnk
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Maunawlli Ranch (11) The mean temperature was 74 0". Showers
occurred on time dales and totaled ,30 Inch, .01 below the average, and
1.0." Inches los than tho piecedlng Sveek's J. Herd
Walmanalo (II) There wns rainfall on two dates amounting to .11
inch. S.I less Hum lust week's, and .22 below the avtrage. Tho mean
temperature was 78.0 A. Irvine.
Manoa (ID Showers occurred dally and totnltd 151 Indies, 1.07
more than during the preceding week, and 42 Ijich above the average.
I' N. I'arki r
Walawa (12) The mean temperature wns 73.4". and the rainfall .56
licit. .48 moro than during tho preceding week At the ditch there
was l.ii.'i Inches of lalnfall, 93 inch more than last wicks A. Lister.
Ewa (12)- Clear to parti) cloudy, much warmer weather obtained,
with but it trace of rainfall, 14 Inch below the avenge ami Ob less
than last week's The mean temperattiie was 77.1 II Jlullei
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kilakea (II) The mean temperature was 73 5 Showers ocelli ml
on three d lies and nmoiinted In .61 Inch, .33 less than the average, and
.13 more than last wicks. I. 11, Uorclko
Kealla (11) There was .30 Inch of raln'till on Hit- 7lh Hint amount
more than during the preceding, week. The mean tcmpcrnluie was
75 2' Makeo Sugar Co.
Eleele (11) 1'ine weather obtained, with showers (in font dates total
ing 1ft Inch, that amount more than the pievloits weeks Mcllrvile
Makawell (11) Tho mean temperature was 70 9. Measurable lain
fell on Hie 10th amounting lo 03 Inch (hat amount more than last
week's, and 07 less than the average. Haw Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu (11) The mean temperature was 75.0 and the lalnTall
which occurred on llvo dutes .19 Inch, 28 less than, the preceding
week's C C Conradt
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DRAMA AND MUSIC AT '
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE HALL'
Next Sntttrday night tho students of
Ht. Louis College will offer tin. public
a rare trcr.t ot touching drama, rollick
Ing fun nnd delightful music The
hojs have liccn preparing for some
time, and the spirit which they show
at their work gives promise of an en
Juviiljlo evening to the patrons and
friends of tho college. If jou want to
have some good, noble feelings
aroused, and enjoy a succession of
hearty laughs, then go to tho College
Hall on the evening of June 19
Tlckits ma ho obtained from the
students, nt the College, or at thu Tci
rltorlnl Messenger service.
Until the Htlonlan nnd the Aln
niedn, ono departed and tho other
sailing tomoriow, .arc car r log smal
ler cargoes of sugar than they liuvo
jet transported. The Hllonlan, for
the third time In Its history, Is cai
ijlng nothing hut raw sugar. Keith
ei of the vessels tiro shy on passen
gers, and tho nicommodatlons are
bti etched to tholr limit.
NO 8TRIKE 8PIRIT
AMONG MAUI JAPANESE
(Special to the II ill lut In)
Walluku, Juno 11, 8 p. in. The Jap
iiiict-u ttrlke sympathizers held a meet
lug In I.ahalna last night, and organ
Ized a Lnhalna Strikers' Aid Assocla
Hon, to collect funds with which to
help along the cause of thu Oahu strlk
uis. Leaders of thu movcmint claim to
liuvo a thousand dollars collected or
pledged for tho relief of Btrkors on
Oahu Thu Walluku sjmpathlzeis
claim to liu sending down u few hun
dreds of dollars to aid tho cause ever)
week Apparently tho attempt to start
a strike among thu Maul Japanese has
been abandoned In favor of collecting
funds to aid tho Oahu strikers. A del
egato was appointed by thu meeting to
go down to Honolulu tonight by thu
Thu night before labt Lahalna Jap
anese held a small meeting' which
worked up Iho laigur meeting of last
Tho atiest of Makltio and his friends
Is onl) looked on by Iho Japanese as
an Incident of thu strike and Is con
sldertd nothing lmoitutit.
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