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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Aug. 30, 1909.
The mean temperatures were higher than those of the preceding
'week at all temperature reporting stations In the section, excepting
two in the N, Kohala and one In the S. Hilo districts of Hawaii; .one1
In the Lahalna district of Maul, and one In tho northern portlbn of the
Koolaupoko district of Oahu. At more than two thirds of the stations
the change from last week's was less than 1.0. Tho greatest excess
was 1.5, and maximum deficiency 2.6.
The rainfall continued light throughout the section, and all stations
having a record of ten or more years reported lets rainfall than the
average, excepting one In the N. Kona district of Hawaii. Together
with the districts on portions of Hawaii and Maul, previously reported
as needing ralnfill the need Is now being felt In the N. Kohala district
The greatest amount of rainfall during the we:k was rcpirted from
the N. Kona district of Hawaii and amounted to 4..J5 Inches. The fol
lowing are the amounts. In Inches, In theiremalnlng districts: Hawaii
N. Kohala 0.08 to 0.37, Hamakua 0.21 to 0 45, N. Hllo 0.61 to 1.43, S.
Hllo 0.55 to 1.08, Puna 1.17, Kau 0.00, and S. Kona 1.09; Maul Ma
kawao 1.11 to 234, Hana 3JH, Walluku 0.00 to 0.21, and Lahalna 0.00;
Oahu Koolauloa 0.44, Koolaupoka .0.07 to 0.54, Honolulu and Ewa
0.07 to 0.83, and Walanae 0.000; and Kauai Llhue Kawalhau and
Hanalel 0.28 to 0.40, Koloa 0.42 to 0.62. and Walmea 0.05.
The following are the departures, In Inches, from the average of ten
or more years! Hawaii N. Kohala 0.74 to 1.03, Hamakua
0.83 to 1.04, N. Hllo 1.61 to 2.42, S. Hllo 1.(6 to 3.52, Kau
0.87 to 0.92, and N. Kona -12.53; Maui Makawjo 0.29, and
Lahalna 0.46; Oahu Koolauloa 0.11, Koolaupoko 0.31 to 0.8C,
Walanae and Honolulu 0.26 and 0 27, and Ewa 0.06; and Kauai
Hanalel 0.79, Koloa 0.51, and Walmea 0.13.
Kukulhaele, Hawaii, reports a heavy fall of snow on St. Mauna Kea
un the 25th.
The following table shows the weskly averac" of temperature end
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the (Sro.jp.
Hawaii 74.0 0.. 4 Inch.
Maul 74.6 1,05 Inches.
Oahu 7.r 0 2'JI,ich.
Kauai id C 35 Inch.
Entire Group 75.2' 0 06 Inch.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bure;u In Honolulu clear to
partly cloudy weather obtained, with measurablj rainfall ci three dates
(mounting to 0 07 Inch, 0.27 below the normit for the week, and 0.13
less than during the preceding week. The maximum tjmperature was
83", minimum 68", and mean 77.6', 0& below the wee'ily normal, and
' 1.0" higher than latt week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied
from 62 to 72, and the mean for the week was 66.3 slightly below
normal. Easterly winds prevailed on the 22 d, and northeasterly on the
remaining dates, with an average hourly velocity of 8.6 miles. The
mean dally barometer ranged from 30.00 to 30.10 Inches, and the mean
for the week, 30.05, was 0.07 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
' (N'ute: Tlio figures following Ilia name of station ludlcnlo llio
Into with which tho week's report, closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (20) Rainfall measuilng .OS Inch foil during tlio
week. .13 Iobr than during tlio preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (27) Tlio moan tempornturo wtia 72.8. Showers
occurred on flvo dates and totaled .13 Inch, .011 moro than last week's,
rind 1.03 Inches lens than tho average, Dr. li. I). llo:-.d.
Kohala Mill (20) nnln foil on thteo dates and amounted to .10 Inch,
.04 less than tlio average, itnd .08 moio than tho preceding week's.
Tho nienii temperature was 75.5". T. II. J.IIUc.
Nlulll (20) The moan temperntilrn was 74.8. and llio rainfall
which warned on flvo dates .37 Inch, .32 moro than last week's, and
,74 less than tho average. F, C. I'aetow.
Kukulhaele (20) There were two days with rainfall, which amount
ed to .21 Inch, that amount more than during tho provlous week, Tlio
mean tchipernttiro was 77.0. H. T. l'arclay,
Honokaa (25) Tho menn temperature was 74.8. Showers iiccurinil
cm two datos and nmountod to .28 Inch, .2Q moro Hum last week's,
mill 1.04 Inches less than tho avorago, 1'. V. Kniiilscn,
Paauhau (20) llaln fell on three datos and amounted to .45 Inch,
,83 less than tho average, and .41 moro than tho preceding week's.
The me in tciuivraluri' whs 74.7". 1.. Wllion. ,
Ocksla (2d) 1hc mi hi tcniicrntiiro wis 74 C rn l f iilnfall
Willi li occiu 1 1 it mi uui il 1 1 4 .01 inch .37 inure 1I1..11 ,.f ."'ks.ntid
101 Inches less than the atei'Lgj. .1. .Inho-ituii. t
Laupalioehos ci) tiiiuwirs uccui'ud mi (be fl V 1U dates mid
totaled .70 1 11c It. .15 in iro than (Infills the p.evvi. w ... unU 2.12
Indies less tli.m the auTige. V.. V. T?aiC3rd.
Papaaloa (10) Tin re woio lln dayo with rainfall vh h amounted
to .55 Inch, .28 less lluu duiiiiK tho pucojlng nrcik C. .'li I eiinnn.
Honohlna 20) llalu oeoi'iieJ 011 tl ilnUs aiij 1.1O 1 I 1 43 Inches.
I y.'. lens than the ner.ige, end .21 in-Ii mum th 1 Uu lirocodlug
week's. W. M. I rnper.
Hakalau (20) 'Ilia mi.m toiiiperaliiio was 74.4' mil tli" rainfall
which oi'ciineil (111 lour ilnti't. .JO t:ich. 2.47 li.chi'b h low . .0 average,
II I'll 1.24 lusi linn last vieek's. .1. KruM.
Pcpeekeo (20) EIiii-aci occurred dally und totihd l.'S I le'ios, 1.70
Velow the n oritRo. mill .1j Inch lets thin thu iniii l.ng wielvJ. Tho
Menu Ifiiipoiatin'e wiib 74 S. I'ciieoheo usr Co.
Papalkou (20)- There who six days, with rainfall, which :.r.ioa:ited
In .7b Inih, .M li'f 1I1.111 during the proilous we'i. and 3T2 Inches
hulow tho iimtiikc .1. T. Mulr.
Hilo X20) The menn teniperatuio W09 72.8 --I.. r I yman.
Kaueleiu (.'31 t-hiiwern rerun oil duly, and tnt'iel 1.17 l.iclua, .27
Incli moro than dii.lng tho in-eccjllng week. The min niucralli.'i!
vac 70,2". I.. l' Tinnei.
Naalchu 23) llnluli in w'enther uontlnuud, a doSeli ncy of .92 lueh
In niei.igo weeklj lal'ifall. V II. White.
Pahcla (25)--'lhe tuoin iLiupcratiiro was 7S.I. wllh cnnCmisJ M'n
lei,s weather, 11 ilotlrlonry In wuokly rainfall or .S7 lin h llaw. AfS:U.
Kealnkekua (JO) Thnro wero six dayo on which rain full, Kit
mniiiintiHK lo 1 1 ! Indies, 2.33 lesn than durliis Iho iivecjilliis wue'l.
Kojlakekua (2.".) The iiteiii tPlnpcrntnro wan 7f8, w!l!i rtAMjr
i.liiiviiTd totalliiK I '' Indies 2.53 nlmvo l!ie average, nuj SA" taor4
tluii l.u.t week's, llu. R. II. luvls.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (20)- I.IkIU "tiMlea" puvutled with much clir. lutviy
we.itlier, ami laiiilall n; n'.ght ainounllng to 1.11 Inrhej. .23 luch
limi limn 1 lie ni'iaKi mid '" moro llian last VieeU'ii. I'he mean ibiu
li'rutiiro wan 13 2 ,--!). I). I!:tlituli.
Huelo (20) Tlio in-an temporaliiro wan 70.3. filioiiois neciirrol
d.tlly and liitnlcil 2.SI Inches. 1.32 moro Hum during thu preceding
wiek. .1. I.. Pirielin.
Nahlku (:'.') -It.:!n fell iluilv mid nmfuntoil In 3 2C luchei. 1.S0 iaui'0
llni'i lai-t weik'r. 'I lie tnoiin temperature was 7U.I". C. O. J.irohi.
Klhel (28) 'I'l-n nn an luiuporitiiru was 77.0. iritis eoiilinuer! rain
ih weather. !'. II llayreMiii. y
.puuncne (20)- lialnless ejther enu.lnitrd. 'Il.o rjcan temiwniUiro
was 70.2. V. Seatli).
Walluku (20) 'I he mean lenipomtiim was 77.!". Thero wan .21
Inch of talnfalli- on the 22d that amnimt more than durtrf tho pro
cidliiK week. hin. Kiiink.
Kaanapill (20) Kreidi lo i-trotu NK. wl:ils an I warm, rainless
weather iievalled, Willi n.ino-iu le"ipfr.ilure 11fTT.fi-. Thero wns n
ilellel(iey or .10 Indi In weikly rainfall V. Itobh. '
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (27)--Tho mean teiiiper.iluiu wan 75 2. fllmwcrs-ncotuTOiI
oil fnnr dates ami liitnlul .11 Inch, ,11 Ii-m than the uvuri.'ie mid ,11
11, oil Hum Li.it u-uk 1.. .Sludfiiilo "trndeh" (lievalloil -II. T. Chrll'
Maunawill iR.inch (27) S-'liowors oeuirie' on Tour dntes an 1 lotnlod
,34 huh, .KO "w Hum the ueriiKa, nuj 1 moro than tho preceding
wick's. The moan teiniuiiaturo was 71 S'. .1. Ili'i'd.
Walmnnalo (27)--The mean leiuiieratiiio w.s 7117. 'I'licio was .07
Inch of iiiinfiill on Hie 28d .31 hclow the aMT.iKU, utid .14 less than
l.iKt tti'ik'B. A. In Inc..
Walnwa (2S) Tlio mean teniiieriiliiu- was 71 4 and tho rainfall .S3
Inch, .101 less Hum dining last vfl'ck A. l.Uler.
Cwa (Shi 'Ihe i.ilnfall n .07 Inch un. llio 22d that amo'mt mnro
tli'iii the ineloii week's mid .00 lees limn llio nornBe. 'iho mean
leiup'fi'dllilc wiib "!.". It. Mnllei'.
V.'alannc (27) 'Iho tiionii temperature wjb R0 0'. Itainlcf h woathnr
(Ollllliiied, a d( lUli'tiej (it .20 Indi ill avi'inso weekly laiiilall. 1'. Muyor.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
lOlmei 127)- The nii'-in li'inpcaliire was 70 I". Shnv.e's occurred
011 five date .mil tnlalo.l 10 1 11 1 1 1 . ,7'J lest llnu the uvnni;i!, nnd .(IS
liinro III III list week'-. I. II. lloielko
Kealla (-7)r-'l here weio flvo dujb wllh rainfall, which ainoutilcd to
JZ Inch, II less linn during Ihu piecedliig week. Tho mean temper
I'lurc was iB B. Mrkiu yinjar Co.
Llhae (27) Tin- mean lemperaltire was 73.4. and the rainfall
whldi oc( lined mi Ix dates 2S Inch. I.ihiio Plan. Co.
Kcloa U7) -. ' iwvry weather continued. Iho rainfall amounting to
.01 iurti, .j1 liclmv iho acrago, ami 1.07 Inches less than last 'week's,
'i he mn.111 teiiipcratiirv was 75.1 . The Koloa Sugar Co.
Elcele (27) Shii'wrs rccmred tin tlneo dates, the rainfall amounting
lo .42 Inch. .12 le s than the preceding week's. Mcllryde Sugar Co.
Mslcikvsli i2f)--'ilip mean tcmperatuio wns 77.8. Thero was .05 Inch
of r.i.nl ill en the 24tl(- 1.". hulow the average, and .17 less than the
previous v 11 1. . Haw. Sugar Co.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
BALLOONS JD SUCH
IMllc.r ll v e 11 I 11 g II 11 1 1 11 1 I n :
The "uui hoilt on nlridilpn" (iioted
la .vim- editorial column Saturday
last la at least 11 mouth or mall and
ten dins of (aide In the tear. Oh,
vi.r.-:n than Hint; his comment mid
(t-ulu'lons might well he given ns
to.ii;illulion fiom data at least n
ilo-ailo In ago. lie miiy havo licen
investigating, hut ho hami't hecu
July mid a houus tit 15,000 for el P
plying a two-man machine, This
from the I' S. government. On al
most the sumo dnlo lllcrlot made a
doss-country (light of 25.58 miles at
311 miles per lutir. Ho received
0,000 funics as pilot nnd 4,000 ns
tiinstrut'tor. The maker of his mo
tor retelved 3,000 francs nnd the dc
tlr.net of tlio propeller, I2.0O0 frnnci
lllcrlot's weight test was a trip
with Santos Dumoni nnd A, Kour
nler 113 passengers. This was with
spread of 25.38 feet nnd Is 22.96
feet long. The propellor Is driven
direct from the motor. No. 11 car
ried about double the weight per
kqtiare foot of surface of any ma
chine of Its clans so far. It Is cal
culated that Ulerlot .foil Id havo tak
en across tho channel with him on
No. 11 a pnssenger of his own
weight 195 pounds.
It was to be expected that Ulerlot
would distinguish himself about as
he did at Ilhelms, because In an In
terview Immediately after his run
from Calais to Dover ho said he had
promised his wife that he would
"quit the game."
Curtlss, Karnam, Ham and Iuth- '
nm havo been doing great und prac
tical night ut Hhelms. Hani made
a high trip of 18 1-2 miles against
n 20-knot wind, on another day made
81.35 miles In 2 hours, 35 minutes.
his No. 12 monaiilnnc. the test
! Ale iljlng madilnej toys? Well, ittHB,t r w,di was 771.61 pounds.
,IU9 United States Depaitmetit of !vtlll wllk.M tarreil n lead weight of
, Wur Un't buying tii)s from tho slg- iR., 87 ,,0HIis. 0r the weight lifted
,nsi coipa. Nor aio thu gi'veinmcnts . r llom, II()Wcrv wai from 3B to 11
of lleraiany. (lieat lliltalu, I'iniiie. ,mllI11gl the power developed being
Japan 01 Itiif3ln making collections ,Uccn M and 35 horso power. The
,lf ",H' Nn. 12 hnB a spread of 29.62 feet
What are the lelnllvo met Its of nn, ,nta BUrfnce of 236.8 sounrc Paper. On first trial he went a
tlliljflbloi and neiopl.ines? With f,,eli T10 )))(,(nr was an clght-cyi- nillo and a half, and on the second
aaiiKM-Diiiiinnt out of Iho (intent, inder V-typo KNV. Mrlal he covered the record-breaking
Zeppelin with the liallonn ami all ,,,..,, I distance 0 eighteen miles. l'roh-
the dthors wllh nu... planes, this " ' -J"; ' f My u0 will declare that his flying
diiestl.,,. will Mion ,o ..n.weni.1. ',,,""' "t J lerlot made the light nmchlneil ,, ,, g(J
(All the statistics quoted by Ed T.
demonstrate that he has loaded his
gun with a lot of bird shot, but
hasn't hit much of anything. Tho
explosion sounds something like an..
Imitation of Correspondent Well
man's elucidation of how he was to
fly to the pole. He had tho statistics
and the whole thing figured, out on
.lust iioiv Hip heavier machines atti
ranking the better showing.
ai'ioss the Channel from Calais to
Dover, winning the !ondon Mall's
What Is the esbeutl.il feature of ',rlzo "r "l-000 cah "d evcral
oilier trophies. The distance Is 22
miles n mile less than the width
of the O.ihti-Molokal channel. He
j,lir was out of sight of land ten min
utes fog, encountered adverse
wind and traveled 25 miles. The
an aid ma.'hlne? Safet), of lourbti.
The enlilo says nut 11 word of acci
dents din lug tlio International tour
1111 men t ill ithlems last week.
mouths theie lias nut hern a mishap
ill a iiiiiiiin tlnntitn nilliltiei of nils-
Imps in air navigation that would ,ltm wn ." ",. "" " ' rate
plncn It In the class with either car
riage driving or motoring.
' I '1 ntt lin I iipplluithm
of 40 miles an hour. He drew on
his fuel supply once. H0 carried an
air leservoir that would float the
Ply to'thls.ls tho cany Might amiss "ln w"f" " "' Preserver,
the KiiRlIsh Channel. That fact ,'!,,llnm i"u, n,,,er'' who ,alle'' we,r0
alono and tin. nhsiiluto teilalnty of "l,,,l,nr'y -"l"IPic.l with safety de-
lis icpetltluu nt llio will of any 0110
of n Mure or moro of voyagers (inn
forth are not to)s, and he can swear
that he has spent a lot. of good
money on It, but he hasn't yet ar
rived within several hundred miles
of the place he started for. Out of
the experiments and the play will
doubtless come much nt benefit and
eventually something practical, but
they have not yet arrived. Kd.
It u lie tin.)
FRENCH OR GERMAN
IN FIVE WEEKS
vliet mid fell Into the water without
liaimful rebtllls, Ulerlot landed at
pletoly jusiim-a the air navigation of " '",1"1 ,l'K,,,1 m,t 'V " by " '
(,.. tiicinio wuiiiug near iraver,
The "ntithorlt)" given space liy Tho No. 11 hns 25 horse power.
ou fulled to Hiihiiitt either fads or Tim motor Is a three-cylinder Aiane,
llguriM. Thu Wilr.hls tecelved lSri,- air - fooled, nnd weighs 132.27
uuv un- u iTini-tiiuiiiry uigui 111 leu iniiiiius. uiu (iropeiinr is u.ss jeei eCii rasnii'"rtured by the Bulletin
utiles tit 12.25 miles pur hour In In diameter, The machine has a Puf-UstiU Cuaptu-
Ileglnnhig Monday, August 30, Mr.
Mathews will hold classes at room 70,
Young building, at the following
hour: Fiencli, io a. m.; German, 8
p. in. Visitors Invited,
Blank hooks of all sorts, ledgers,
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