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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., July 26, 1909.
The mean temperatures were Generally slightly hljher than those of
the preceding week on Hawaii, In the Koolauloa, Honolulu and southern
portion of the Koolaupoko districts of Oahu, and on Molokal; and
lower on the remaining Islands. The greatest excess was 1.3 , and
largest deficiency 0.6 .
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the Hllo dis
tricts of Hawaii, and the Makawao and Hana districts of Maul, and
ranged generally from 4.75 to 6.43 Inches.
The total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the severafclitrlcts were:
Hawaii N. Kohala 1.62 to 1.93, Hamakua 1.10 to 1.42, the Hllos 4.85 to
6.49, Puna 0.82 to 3.23, Kau 0.00 to 0.10. S. Kona 0.22, and N. Kona 0.40;
Maul Makawao 2.40 to 4.75, Hana 1.74 to 4.80, and Wailuku 0.00 to
1.72: Oahu Koolauloa 0.34, Koolaupoko 0.13 to 1.23, Honolulu 0.11,
Cwa 0 00 at the lower levels and 0 83 to 1.53 at the higher, and Wal
anae 0.10; Kauai Hanalel 1.29, Kawalhau 0.34, Koloa 0.71, and Wal.
mca 0.11; and Molokal the west-central pcrt.oi 0.29.
The rainfall was r.bove the average of teii or more years In the N.
Kohala, Hamakua and Hllo districts of Hawaii, on Maul, In the Wala
nae and northern portion of the Koolaupoko dlctricts of Oahu, and In
the Hanalel district of Kauai,
The departures from the average, In Inches, In the several districts
were: Hawaii N, Kohala -0.53 to tO.39, Hamakua -(0.02 to -10.31, N.
Hllo 3.96, S. Hllo .2.57 to '4.43, Puna 0 39, Kau 0 21 to 0.28, and
N. Kona 1.43; Maul ,1.33 to 1.65; Oahu Koolauloa 0.02, Koolau.
poko 0.15 to jO.30, Honolulu 0.24, Ewa 0.08, and Walanae -tO.02;
and Kauai Hanalel -tO.21, and Walmea 0.01.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Manas and for the Group:
73,r 2.62 Inches.
73.4' 2.21 Inches.
75.4 0.54 Inch.
76.3- ' 0.61 Inch.
76.1 0.29 Inch.
Maul . .
Oahu . .
. Entire Croup . .. 74.0J 1.86 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu partly
cloudy weather obtained, with measurable rainfall on four dates
amounting to 0.11 Inch 0.24 below the weekly normal, and 0.33 less
than during the preceding weak. The maximum temperature was 82',
minimum 70, and mean i6 2, 1.8 below the normal, and 0.2" higher
than last week's. The mein daily relative humidity varied, from 62"
to 72 ', and for the week was C3 . Easterly winds prevailed on the
first four days and rortheacterly on the lemalnlng, with an average
I ourly velocity of 9 0 mllco. The mem daily barometer ranged from
30.00 to 30.10 Inches, and the mean for the week, 30.00, was 0.07 Inch
. REMARKS DY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: Tln flsure following the nnmo of ttatlon Indicate tlio dato
with which the weelt'n report cluei.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (22) Haiti full on six i!u)s. amounting to 1.S7 Indies,
.03 Inch nidi o tliiin ilnrlns tlui prcceillntr week, A. .Mason,
Kohala Minion (23) Tlio mean temperature wan 71.8. ami the
laltifall which occurred on the first bIx days 1.78 Inches, .73 Inch
ahovo the average, ami .28 more than last week's Dr. II. D. llnml.
Kohala Mill (22) SliowvrH occurieil dally ami totuleil 1.83 Inches,
.21 Inch more than the prmlous week's, ami .89 abovo the acrai;e.
T. II l.lllle.
Nlulll (22) Tho mean (einneratiiic w.is 73.4. There was rainfall
. on Hie Ian six dates that n mount (M to 1.G2 Inches, .50 Inch more than
11." avernse, ami .03 leas than last week's. I-' C. I'aetow.
Kukulhaele (22) Showeis occurieil on the first six dates niul totnled
1 32 Indies. .74 Inch more than ilurlus the preceding week. Tho mean
temperature was 70.2. II. T. Ilarclay.
Honokaa (21) The mean temperature, was 71.0". Showers occur
ieil dally ami totaled 1.12 Inches, 1.13 more than last week's, and
' .31 Inch nlinvp Hie nvernge. '. V, Knmlrcii,
Paauhau i22) Haiti fell on the first six ilutos and totaled 1.10 Inches,
.'2 Inch nuovu the, average and .84 nioro than tlio previous week's.
The mean temperntino was "3.0. h. Wilson,
Honohlna (22) Ualn occurred dally and amounted to 0.05 Inches,
4.22 more than during the piecedlng week, and 3.90 nboo thu nverage.'1
V. M. rrnn-r
Hikalau (22) The mean temnerature was 73.0, nnd the rainfall
vhlch occmred dally 0 19 Inches, 4 43 more tlmn tho aveiago. .1.
Pepeekeo (22) Showers occurred ilallv and totaled 4.80 Inchos,
2.S7 above the nvnrnge. and 3 01 more than Inst week's. Tho mean
temperature was 73 ."". l'epeelteo Sutjar Co.
Papalkou (22) There was rainfall eicli day which tot'iled 0.47
Inches 3.13 iiIhiw- the average, and 2.90 moie than during tho prece
ding week .1. T Molr ,
Hllo (22) The nitvn tiiiei,itmo was 73 0. Showers occurred
daily iind totaled 5.18 Inches, 3.03 more than last week's, and 2.81
nhovo the aerage 1 C. Lyinnn, .
Ponahawal (22) Itnlns occurred dally amounting to 5.00 Inches,
3 20 moio than during the preceding week. The mean tenipernturo
viip 71 2 .1. V. flamallelwm.
Kapoho (22) The mean tenipernturo was 74 8. and tho rainfall
which ncciinert dally .82 Inch. .39 less thiin tho average, and .01 morn
(linn tlio proWous week's. II. J. I.yinnn.
Kiueleau (21) The menu temperature) was 70 3", Ualn fell on
each dato nnd totaled 3.23 Inches, .00 Inch more than during tho pre
ceding week. I., K. Turner.
Pihnla (21) There was no rainfall! no chango from last week, and
n doflcloncy of ,21 Inch In uverago weekly rnlnfnU, The mean torn
licraturo was 73.2" Haw Agrlc. Co
Naalehu (2D There wis .10 Inch of rainfall on tho ICth ,38
lees than the uvornco and 08 moro than Inst weok's.-C. II. White.
Kealikekin (1?) -Itnln fell on one date ICth and nmnuntoil to
.22 Inch, 1.19 IncheH less tlmn during tho preceding week. It, Wallaco.
Keal.-kekua (21) The mean lempern'iiio was 72 3. Showers oc
curred on tlio first four dates and totaled .40 Inch 1 43 Inches below
tlio nvorago, and 1-75 lesu than last week's. Ilov. S, II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku '221 Jloderato trade winds prevailed, with much cloudy
weather, and dally rainfall amounting to 2,40 Inches. 1.33 nhovo tho
average, and .41 Inch (nmro than last week's, Tho mean temperature
wnl72.2,JS.TJT- llnldwln -- -"- ' " - -
Huelo (22) Tho mean tempcraturo was 70.2". Uuliis occurred
d.illy and totaled 1,7." Inches, .57 Inch more than during the preceding
week. .1. I Kerrelrn.
Nahlku (21) Haiti fell on each dato and amounted to 4.80 Inches,
l.CS more than last week's. Tho mean tempcraturo was CS.9". C. O.
Hana (20) Tho menu tempcraturo was 73.8. nnd there wero dally
Wiowers totaling 1.74 Inches,-.CO Inch more than Hie previous week's.
O. O. Cooper,
Puunene (22) Knlnless weather continued, with a mean temper
ature of 74.0". W. Seal by.
Kahulut (23) Tho mean temperature was 7S.1". Showers occurred
during the first four nights nnd amounted to 1.72 Inches, I. CO above
the average. .1. A, Hattte.
Wailuku (22) There was but .01 Inch of rainfall on the Ifilh
.20 less than during tho piecedlng week. The mean temperature was
i CO". Ilio. Frank,
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (23) Moderate "trades" prevailed, with a mean temper
ature of 74 7", and showers on tho first six dates totaling .34 Inch,
.02 below the average, and .20 less than last week's. U. T. Christopher-
Maunawlll Ranch (23) Showers occurred on tho first six dates and
totaled 1.24 Inches, ,30 Inch nbovo the average and .20 less than the
preceding week's. Tho mean temperature was 73,4. J. Herd.
Walmanalo (23) Tho menu temperature was 78 1", ami the rainfall
which uccuricd on three dates .IS Inch, .29 lean than last week's, and
.15 below the nvjerago A. Irvine.
Walawa (24) Tho mean temperature wis 72 2, mil tho rainfall .S3
Inch. 1.30 Inches less than during the preceding week. At the ditch
thero was 1.35 Inches of rainfall, 3.37 less than last wee't's. A. Lister.
Ewa (24) General!' clear, rainless weather obtained, a deficiency
In weekly ratnfnll of .08 Inch, and .04 less than the previous week's.
The menn temperature was 77.5". It. Muller,
Walanae (23) There; was .10 Inch of lalnrnll on the 33d that
amount nioro than during tho preceding week, nnd .02 above tho aver
age. P. Meyer,
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (23) Tho mean temperature wts 75.0, Showciy weather
prevnlled, the lalufall amounting to 1.29 Inches', .21 Inch above the av
erage, and .09 menu than last week'-s. !.. 1). Uorelko.
Kealla (23) Showers occurred on 'four dates and totaled .34 liuh,
.20 less than during the preceding week. Tho mean tempciuturo was
70.0", Makeo Sugar Co.
Eleele (23) Showers occurred on five duti-s amounting (o .71 Inch,
1.1 less than tlio previous week's. Mc3.ydo Sugrr Co.
Makawell (23) Tho mean tempcraturo was 77.3". Measurab'e rain
fell on two dates and amounted to .11 huh, tho Mine as latt week's,
Mid .01 Inch below tlio average. Haw. Susur Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Molokal Ranch (23) Showers tir-currul en threo dates an! totaled
.! Inch 15 less than dining tho preceding week. The mean temper
aluiu wnn 70.1. CI. I. Cooke.
WM. D. STOCKMAN,
What was to he n bilcf arraign
ment on contempt proceedings In
the Circuit Court with tho leaders
of the Japanese enjoined' by the
comt order from picketing, etc., us
defendants, will now tut ti out to bo
u weary, long-drawn-out trial.
Instead of turning In n written
return. Mghtfont arranged, It so
that tho defendants might enter
eworn testimony on the stand us Its
equivalent. The ttlul stinted yes
tciday when Negoio whs put on the
stand, and his examination occupied
the entile afternoon, MnMno will
go on this afternoon tit 2 o'clock.
The feiituic of yesterday's dial was
a fight between the counsel on tho
piosecutlon's right to erobs-cxnmliie.
I.lghtfoot won his point and there
will be no cioss-examluution.
The present system of hondlng mes
sages to Harbor's I'olnt mid relaying
them to Kahuku will fiom now r.n be
dhctmtlnued us thu stictchlug of a
now lino dliect was finished yestci
day. Tho route which tho new Hue
follows commences lit the ollico of the
wlieless company on Fort street and
follows tho telephone lino to Wnlpa
liu, Iliioimh tho big gutch where the
lallioad Is, acrocs the Wahlawa plain
and thence In Kahuku wireless sta
tion. The line meautlmo will be for the
folo lite of tho company, but later It
may he attached to the telephone syH
tem mi that the public may use It for
tending private messages.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Kohala Sugar Co.
In accordance with tho terms un
der which Its bonds wero Issued, tho
Kohala Sugar Company will pay,
with nccrued Inteiest, on August 1st,
1909, forty-live thousand nnd 00-100
dollarB (145,000.000) of Its bonds.
The numbers of the bonds to be
paid aie as follows:
liolileis ot these bonds to present the
same for payment at the banking
house of tho Dank of Hawaii, Lim
ited, in Honolulu, on August 1st,
1909, and that Interest on same will
ccaso on and after that date.
V. C. AT1IUUTON.
Treasurer Kohala Sugar
Honolulu, Juno 25, 1909."
June 2d, 29, July. 2, G, 9, 13, 10, 20,
23, 27, 30.
3 17 48 8S
G 23 CI 80
0 24 r.2 89
20 S3 93
11 33 C7 ' 95
12 34 02- 100
It 33 '7u 104
in 40 80 107
10 47 S2 113
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The Committee on Hoa'ds, llrldges,
Parks and Public Improvements will
hold a public meeting for 'tho pur
poso of discussing the automobile
and vehicle trnllic ordinance on
Tuesday evening, at the ollico of the
lto.it d of Supervisors at 7.: 30 p. m.
Come one, come nil, pr forever hold
T vnl "ITT! ''' b'ak or Walanae sand, coral
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j OH.!? IiOt "ons or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
J. C. QUINK,
Whilst iitteniptln gto cioss tho
Wnlpo liver last Tuesday, Thomas
I'. Kclloy lobt his life. He was le
tumlug home fiom Kuklhaele,.
where ho had been for biippllcs, he
being mi cmployo of tho Ilawullaii
Irrigation Co. He was riding at the
time, and his homo was diowncd
with him. Tlio horso was found
the same evening, but It was not un
til two days later that tho body of
Kelley was found.
Tho deceased was born In Hut
land, Vt Mny I, 1870. He cnllst
id In Uio nrmy at the beginning of
tho Spanlsh-Aiuciicun wnr and spent
feverul ye.its In tl)o Philippine!.
Ho was a member of TIicihIoiu
Koobcvelt Camp N. 1, l'. B. V. V.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record July 24, 1909, from
10:30 a, m, to 12 Noon.
Esther ll.iker and IieIi, to Kmmolliie
M. Miigoon I)
Tiaiik K. Kiilahlkl to ponah.iwa Cof
fee Co. Mil n
Samuel .1. Diiuduck ami wf, to .his-
t lua A. Franca I)
Entered for Record July 26, 1909, from
8:30 a. m. to 10:33 a, m.
William Charman to .fames K. Kiila.I,
l.lkepa Keaiiu and hsb, et all. to
Hiiltle Knmnnoulu n
.Mrs. Uiul Al to Henry P. Huldwlii,.!)
The Now "Yorker w lio li is gone
aluoad to fieo India from llritlsh rule
might huvo stacd at homo and wrest
ed his own city from Tammany Hull.
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
A Trench composer has been asked
I" wiitn a national hymn for Turkey
I iliould bo Fiimethlng along tho line
of "Long llvn tho Hullaulf ho ran'"
, Cleveland Leader.
! The juuugest doctor In Chicago Is
.i woman, And since her ago cui'iot
be called 111 question tlio will probably
have n cinch on the distinction for a
good many yours. Philadelphia Tele
graph. 1 a.r-,.. ..
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