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r.VRNINQ IHILl.ttTlN. HONOLULU, T. It., THURSDAY.
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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, July 8, 1909..
The mean temperatures were slightly higher than Iheie of the pre
ceding week on Kauai, and Molokal, In the Koolaupoko and higher
levtli of the Ewa district of Oahu, In the Walluku and loutheaitem
portion of the Hana districts of Maul, and In the Hllo and the southern
portions of the Hamakua and Kau districts of Hawaii; elsewhere they
were slightly lower. The greatest excess aver list week was 1.1", and
The rainfall was abcve the average In the N. Kohala, 8. Hllo, Puna
and the southern portion of the N. Hllo districts of Hawaii, and the,
Makawao district of Maul; and below the average elsewhere.
The departures from the average of ten or more years, In Inches. In
the several districts were! Hawaii N. Kohala O03 to 40.19, Hamakua
0.04 to 40.10, N. Hllo 0.55 to 40.53, S. Hllo 40X2 to 41.91, Puna 40.03,
Kau 0.1 to 028, and N. Kona 0.1S; Maul Makawao 41.74, and
Lahalna 0.00 ; Oahu Koolauloa 0.01, Koolaupoko 0,30 to 0.33,
Honolulu 4.21, Ewa 0.12, and Walanae 0.07; and Kauai Wal
mea 0 00.
The total amounts of rainfall, In Inches. In tiie several districts ware:
Hawaii N. Kohala 0.73 to 0.96, Hamakua 0.S4 to 0.95, N. Hllo 1M to
2.07, S. Hllo 1.58 to 3.07, Puna 1.16 to 2.18, Kau 0.00 to 0.54, S. Kona
0.91, and N. Kona 1.29; Maul Makawao 2.58 to 3.77, Hana 1.50 to 4.47,
Walluku and Lahalna 0.00 to 0.11; Oahu Koolauloa 0.31, Koolaupoko
0 05 to 0.59, Honolulu 0.03, and Ewa 0.00 M the lower levels and 0(66
to 1.55 at the higher; Kauai Koloa and Kawalhau 0.3S to 0.37, and
Walmea 0.10; and Molokal Molokal 0.79.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Orsup;
Hawaii 72.2 1.22lnehes.
Maul - 75.0' 1.57 Inches.
Oahu 75.7' 0.44 inch.
Kauai 76.4 0.27 Inch.
Molokal 75.1 0.79 Inch.
Entire Group 73.8' 1.07 Inches. '
At the local office of the U. 8. Weather Bureau in Honolulu partly
clcudy to cloudy weather obtained, with traces of rainfall on three
dates, and measurable rainfall on two dates amounting to 0.03 Inch,
0.21 below the weekly normal, and 0.09 less than during the preceding
week. The maximum temperature was 83, mlnimlm 70, and mean
76.4, 1.2' below normal, and the same as last week's. The mean dally
relative humidity varied from 61 X to 70, and the mean for the week
was 66.1 . Northeasterly winds prevailed on July 1st, and sasterly on
the remaining dates, with an average hourly velocity of 9.6 miles. The
mean dally barometer ranged from 30.01 to 30.08 Inches, and the mean
for the week, 30.93, was 0.04 Inch above normal,
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (1) I'aln fell on three dates, amounting io .82 inch,
,2S less than during thu preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (2) Tho mean temperature was 72.8. Showers
occurred on four dates nnd totaled .36 Inch, .14 above the average,
mill .US more than last wcck'H. Dr. U. D. llor.d.
Kohala Mill (1) Measurable rain fell on two dates and amounted
to .73 Inch, .03 more than the average, and .21 less than the previous
week's. Tho mean temperature was 73.8. T. II. Llllle.
Nlulll (1) The mean temperature, was 73.4. There ero three
U.ib with rainfall, which amounted to .92 Inch, ,19 aoo the average,
nnd .12 more thun last wcek'B. V, C. t'aetow,
Kukulhaele (1) Showers occurred on two dates, amounting to .OS
inch, .S3 more than during the preceding week. The mean temperature
v.as 75.7'. II. T. Barclay,
Honokaa (30) The mean temperature was 74.1. Showers occurred
on two dates and amounted to .54 Inch, .04 less than tho average, and
.) more than last week's. P. V. Knudsen.
Paauhau (1) Haiti fell on tho last two dates and amounted to .72
Inch, .10 aboto tho average, and .09 more than thu previous week's.
The mean temperature was 73.8. L. Wilson.
Laupahoehoe (1) Showers occurred on four nights, amounting to
1.08 Inches, .53 Inch less than tho average, and .58 more than during
tho preceding week. Smooth seas, nnd light winds prevailed. B. W.
Honchlna (1) Rain fell on six dates nnd amounted to 2.07 Inches,
1.87 more than the previous week's, and .53 Inch above the average.
W. M, Fracer.
Hakalau (1) Tho mean temperature was 73.2, nnd the rainfall
which occurred on the last six dates 3.07 Inches, 1.91 above tho aver
age, nnd 2.42 more than last week's. J. Krar.fr.
Pepeekeo (1) Showers occurred on five dates and totaled 2.21
Inches, 82 Inch more than during the preceding week. Tho moan
temperature was 73.4. Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Papatkou (1) Rain fell on six dates and amounted to 2.54 inches,
.96 Inch above the average, and .87 moie than tho previous week's. J.
Ponahawal (1) Showers occurred dally, amounting to 1.38 Inches,
.57 Inch more than during the preceding week. The mean temperature
wns 71.0. J. E. Oamallclson.
Kapoho (!) The mean temperature was 73.0,. Showers occurred
dally and totaled 1.16 Inches, .03 Inch nboo the average, and .28 more
than last week's. II. J. Lyman.
Kaueteau (30) Showers occurred dally and totaled 2.18 Inches. The
mean temperature was 69.2. L. K. Turner.
Pahala (30) The mean temperature was 71.6. Rainless weather
continued, n deficiency of .19 Inch in average weekly rainfall. Haw.
Naalehu (30) Rain fell on the 27th and amounted to .03 Inch, .26
less than the average. C. H. White.
Kau (30) Tho mean temperature was 06.5. Showers occurred on
three dates, amounting to .64 Inch, .37 more than last week's. Moderate
"trades" prevailed. W. II. Ilayselden.
Kealakekua (1) Showers occurred on six dates and totaled .91 Inch,
1,17 Inches less than during tho preceding week. R. Wallace.
Kealakekua (30) The mean tempcruture was 69.1", and the rain
fnll which occurred on six dates 1.29 Inches, .19 Inch below the
average, und .15 less than last week's. Rev, S. H. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (1) Light "trades" prevailed, with nn average of partly
cloudy weather, and daily rainfall amounting to 2.58 Inches, 1.71 aboe
the average, and .75 inch more than last week's. The mean temper
ature was 72.2. D. I). Haldwln.
Huelo (1) The mean temperature wes 70.2. Showers occurred dally
and totaled 3.77 luches, 66 Inch more than during the preceding week.
J. L. Kerrelra.
Nahiku (30) Ruins occurred dally and amounted to 4.47 Inches,
1 19 more than duilng the prelous week. The meun temperature was
49.8. C. O. Jacobs.
Hana (29) The mean temperature was 74.9. Showers occurred on
six dates and totaled 1.50 inches, .55 Inch less than during tho prece
ding week. 0. O. Coopor.
Kihel (30) Clear, rainless weather and northeast winds obtained,
with n mean temperature of 76.6. F. II. Ilayselden.
Puunene (1) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted to .11
Inch, that amount more than the preloua week's. The mean-temperature
was 74.6. W. Searby.
Kahulul (2) Rainless weather continued, with a mean temperature
of 79.0. and "trades" prevailing. J. A. Huttle.
Kaanapali (I) The mean temperature was 78.0. Measurable rain
fell on two date.i. totaling ,11 Inch, tho average Hiuouut for the week,
and .03 jnch more than last week's. Light NE. winds prevailed.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (2) Wiirm. ninny days and moderate "trades" prevailed,
with dally showers totaling .31 Inch, .01 below thu aterage. and .27
let-8 than lata week's. The mean temperaturu was 74.2". R. T.
Walanae (2) There was no rnln'nll, a deficiency of .07 Inch in tho
nvnage weekly amount K Mcjer.
Mniwll Ranch I!) Showers nceurrrd nn Tour dates and totaled
.Ml Inch, .33 below tho aterage and l..'9 inches less than last week's.
The moan temperature was 71.2. J. Herd,
Walmsnalo (21 Tho monn temperature wan 78.1. and tho ralnfill
which occurred on three dates .05 Inch. .30 below tho average, and .45
lets than the previous week's. A. Irvine.
Walawa (3) Tho mean temperature was 73.7. and tho rainfall .58
Inrh, .91 less than dining (ho preceding week. At tho ditch there wab
J.."S Inches of rainfall 1.86 less than last weok's. A. Lister.
Ewa (3) Clear to partly cloudy westtwr obtained, without rain, .12
liicli less than the average The mean temperature was 77.2". R.
ISLAND OF KAUAl.
Kealia (2) The mean temperature waa'To.'t. Shnnors occurred
on four dates and -imnimted to .37 Inch, lC'1 less thin during the pre
ceding week. 'Makee Simr Co.
Eleele (2) Shower" "erir.o, 0 f,(. ,aii., an, amounted to .33
inch, that amount le- thin during the previous week. MeRryde Sugar
Makawell (2) The iii-h'i lenipHt'ilinv wis 77.1. Showers occurred
on two dates and amounted tu lo Inch, the normal amount, and .18
lejs than last week's Haw Susir Co
INLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (2) Slmm-m m-tuiipd il'illv and tolaled .79 Inch. .07
less than dining thu pionslliit: nick Tho nii'.in lempornturo was "M.
- (' C ('mi.idt.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
... ...,. Section Director.
JULY 8. 1909.
POOR ELSIE SIGEl
WROTE MANY NOTES
Pol ce Gradually Get At
Facts From Friend
New York, June 25. In their search
for tho murderer of Klslc Slgcl tho
poltlco nro still depending principally
nn Chung Sin, former roommate of
Leon Ling, In whose room the girl's
body wan found. He will lie put
through another questioning In the
The hope that l-oon Llirg might have
shipped on tho steamer Arizona, bound
from Norfolk to San Kranclsco, failed
when It was proved by the ship's
clearance papers that she left Norfolk
with only the crew originally shipped
at New York.
Chu Oaln, Leon Ling's rival, applied
to the district attorney's offico today
for permission to leavo town, but al
though he has offcred'to Increase his
ball fiom the present $1,000 to $5,000,
his request wes refused.
Letters found In the rooms occupied
by Leon Ling and Chu Gain, rivals for
the lava of Elsie Slgcl, whore body
was found In a trunk In Ling's rooms,
Indlcato that tho day before she met
her death sho wrote to each of the
Chlttcs'e lolng assurances of her en
tire faith In him. A short tlmo after
Leon Ling appeared at tho Slgcl home
Intoxicated and was driven away by
her parents, Miss 8lgel wrote this
note, the police say, to Ling:
Note to Ling.
I am writing this while mother Is
away. Sho would not let me If sho
knew It. Don't think, Willie, that I
will give you up for an j body. I will
always remember the dear times we
had together, t will sea you soon
With love, ELSIE.
The letter to Chu Gain reads:
Letter to Chu Oaln.
I don't want you to feel badly be
cause Wllllo was hero tonight. You
know that I love you and you only
alwajs. Don't mind Willie. Although
ho'ls nothing to me, I had to see him.
I don't send for him. Your ever loving
- -. ELSIE.
Telegrams, announcing tho arrest of
suspects, In vnrleur) cttlort tbnflfihb to
arrlvo.'lml In KpJruttancg'hiSjilipinlifJ
Ins Lepng Ling been Identified1. ' ' -
CMlatte Pffer Jtsward. r.
fChlcarid.r JuW J5. TlU iMon Run
Toon, 'a local Chinese Masbhlc organ
isation, raised SSOO-teday, which was
offered ns a reward for tho capture of
for Infant and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
5 pOKTV TEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have
1 MreffOric or laudanum to make It sleep. These drucs will nroduc alsan.
and a few drops too many will produce the sleep frora which there Is
bo waking. Many are the children who hare been killed or whose health has
been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling either of thn
narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody, without labeling them
'poison." The definition of "narcotic" 1st "AmttlMn ichteh rtlttvt pain
and produeti $Utp, but which inpoiionoui dous produce itupor, coma, ronvuf
tsWt and death." The taste and smelt of medicines containing opium are dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc) You should not permit any medicine to be gtren to your children without
youW your physician know of whit it Is composed. Castorta dees not con
The fjij f-J rantees genalna
signature ef IAtyZT&ZcJuU Cattorla
Vice Presidential Family Is Well
liked By People at the
WASHINGTON, D. C. The Vice
Presidential establishment under the
present regime Is proving quite
as popular socially as It was
when the Fairbanks family did its hon
ors so gracefully. Mrs. Sherman Is one
of the easiest and most skillful tost
esses In the official set, while her hus
band Is one of the most popul.ir of ilrd
Mrs, Sherman Is qulto n democratic
as her huitand. The latter will fre
quently bo been riding In Ihu trolley
cars on his way about town. Mis
'Sherman goes to the big cent nl mar
ket on occasion to do her omi house
hold buying, and few womon ko there,
who know better what they want' or
how to buy. Sho makes personal lm
spectlon of the meats and fruits and
vegetables sho buys, and the appronch
of a function at the fch-rman home
will be tho signal for thd Vice Prcsl
dent's wife to appear at market, tery
business like, selecting tho articles for
her table, Mrs. Sherman plans nit her
own dinners and lunches In much de
tail, and In order to be arturcd of get
ting JuhI what she wants to servo she
buys it herself.
Mrs. Sherman Is by no meant- thf
cinly one of tho women of society who
have this most umlablo wcakliuei; for
the best that Is In tho market. '.'Jrlght
and early on a morning it Is quite the
common thing to hce tho wlfo of the
Vice President In the centre of a K.'Jiip
of women, chatting as they go among
tho stalls picking out thel- tlandb. On
inspection It will be discoverer1 that
the women are wives of Senators Rep
resentatives Htid officials of rank. Mrs.
Corteljou used to be one of the occa
sional marketers. The rail of doing
onp's own bulng Is grow'ing In popu
larity, and It Is one or the most delight
ful of the democratic customs of the
BULLETIN A08 PAY
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Latasfl Pntnl Matsaftaa.
BBBruiriiu PufulH IPs
Vsaatti llMDHIirLd JstaaatV
V Bif m for tUral
dlKarf M, iBtUaattloru,
IrrlutUu sr mlrttoai
of tnueoni sttmbUDM.
FalnluM, n not rut rife
fait mt putaOIKiTM,
14 by nrantUM.)
Circuit! Mb I oil r4M4T
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
"IMTe frrqatitly STMtrlM CMtorl far com
nee atlmeatsef chudtra wltb good mills."
W. A. CauBAU, X. D.,
Bulfslo, N. T,
MAs tie fthf ef IhlrtMS cilldm I ttrtilsr
anew eamtthlsg about jonr mat Mo'lcln .
(tils tnn ny ows funllj ttptrlracc, 1 as?. In
n; TMi ef practice, rond CutotU (wpilir nl
etUltst ttauif la tlmoet nnj home.
Wm. 1. McCain, M. D.,
' Osuka, N.b.
'I fad roar CutorU Is vera Dtsesctil In the
trtitmcot of cblldnn's ailments."
r. Dins, X. D.,
"I ehjtct to what are calM patent modklntt.
want makrr alone knora nhal llnff It pnl In them,
bal I know lb formula of jonr Cattorla anil ad tl
lUnMlneropercaaea. I Judical! tot a ?ery on
fa), ae wall at harmltsa faiallr medicine."
N. 8. Sinn, M. D ,
Brookljn, N. T.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.'
In Use For Over 30 Years.'
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30, 1909.. " ""
Cash nn hand and In
llauk t SG.S'JT.'Jtr
Bonds ,, I,r,97.00
Stocks ' 7,746.61)
Loans secured by mort
gage on real estate. . . 13,676.07
Loans demand nnd'llnio 4'.', 818. 80
Furniture and fixtures.. 9,439.16
Ileal estate offico build
ing and site 26,086.63
Accrued interest recelv-
Assets other than those
v specified above 2.94S..08
Subscribed . . . . $ lUO.OUO.UO
Paid in ..... f 6.!,uU.00
liability .... 3tj.oou.oo
Undivided profits 16.S5t.IG
Trust and agency balances. 116,175.09
i . S194,2Z9.3b 1191,229.55
City and County of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
'I, Jas L..Cockburn, Treasurer or the Dljhop Trust Company. Limited, do
solemnly swear, that the above statement Is truo to the best or my knowl
edge and belief.
JA8. L. COCKnurtN, Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day or June, 1909.
' J. HARRIS MACKBNZIE.
4351-3t , Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
Bishop & Co., Bankers
S. M. DAMON.
A. W. T. 110TTOMLEY.
BALANCE 8HEET A8 AT JUNE 30, 1909.
Capital and Surplus , 937,520.72
Due to BankB and Bankers 14,362.68
Deposits ...'. 3,982,257.02
Cfylh- j.,j...,...(Vy v..-!v.l 918,90G.35
Due from Ilanksf uml BanVi. '
Bonds, Stocks and Invest- '
ments .,.,..... ,. 466,417.68
Loans, Discounts and Over-
Real Estate and Bank Kur
Dlture '...i., 91,099.49
Other Asset's ,,..'. 160,248.05
Honolulu, Juno 30, 1909.
'I, Allen W. T. Bottomley do solemnly swear that tho foregoing balance
sheet represents a true and correct statement of the affairs of tho Banking
House or Bishop and Company as at Juno 30th, 1909, to tho best of my
knowledgo and belief.
ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLEY.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo ma this 30th day of Juno. 1909.
J. HARRIS. MACKENZIE,
4351-3t Notary Public, Hrst 'Judicial Circuit.
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