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WEEKLY WEAJP BULLETIN
Honolulu, T. H., Sept. 27, 1C09.
Mere rain (ell than during the prececlnn week generally over the
Icland of Hawaii, and conditions were (lightly ameliorated In the
drought afflicted sections On Maul and Oahu conditions were prac
The rainfall was above the average for the week of ten or moro
years In the N. Kohala, N. Kona, northern portion of the N. Hllo, and
portions of the S. Hllo districts cf Hawaii, and the Honolulu district
of Oahu; and below the average in th; remaining districts.
The following are the departures from the average, In Inches. In the
several Islands and districts: HAWAII N. Kohala -(0 92 to 1.S3.
Kamakua 0 20 to 0.50, N. Hllo O.07 to '0 64, S. Hllo 054 to .02,
Puna 0 22, Kau 0.49 and 0.50, and N. Kcna .39; MAUI Maka.
vao 0.33; OAHU Koolauloa 0.31, Koolaupoko 0.15 to 0.42,
Honolulu 0.1 Ewa 0.13, and WaUnae 0.20; and KAUAI Hanalel
0.39. Kolca 0.42 and Walmea 0.20.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, during the
week In the several districts! HAWAII N. Kohala 1.52 to. 2.03, Mama
ktia 0.29 to 0.48, N. Hllo 2.05 to 2 CO, S. Hllo 1,92 to 3.72. Puna 1.51 to
1.65. Kau 'J.04 to 1.1C, S. Kcna 2 05, and N. Kona 1.44; MAUI Maka
wao 0 69 to 2.10, Hana 0 70 to 2.15, and the remaining districts 0.00 to
C06; OAHU Koolauloa 0 24, Koolaupoko 0.27 to 055, Honolulu 0.39,
Cwa 0.09. and Walanae 0.00; KAUAI Hanalel 0.65, Kawalhau 1.20,
Llhue 1.19 Koloa 0.15 to 0.46, and Walmea 0.02; and MOLOKAI
Molokal 0 CO.
It was slightly warmer generally In the S. Hllo and Kau districts of
Hawaii, the Makawao and Lahalna districts of Maui, the Walanae dis
trict cf Oanu, the Walmea district of Kauai, and the Molokal district of r
Molokal; elsewhere It was generally slightly cooler.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
' TEVERATURE. RAINFALL.
Hawaii '. 72.9" 1.72 Inches.
Maul 75.1 0 81 Inch.
Oahu 77.0 0.31 Inch.
Kauai 75.9 0.44 Inch.
Molokal 78.2 0.00 Inch.
Entire Group 74' 1.13 Inches.
At the local office. of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu partly
cloudy weather obtained, with measurable rainfall on five dates totaling
0 39 inch, 0.11 above the normaf far the week and 0.19 more than durv
mg the preceding week. The maximum temperature was 82, minimum
70", ard mean 76.4', 1.5 below the weekly normal, and 0.6' lower than
last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied from 84 to 6V"
rnd the mean for the week was 72.1 . Northeasterly winds prevailed
en four days, and easterly on the remaining with an average hourly
velocity of 9.3 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from 30.05 to
S0.10 Inches, and the mean for the week, 30.03, was 0.11 Inch abova
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: TIio figures following tlio namo of station Inillcato the
date with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (23") Ualn fc',1 on threo dates, amounting to 1.52
Indies 1.31 mure than during tho preceding week. A. Maton.
Kohala Mission (24) The mean temperature wns 72.fi. Showers
i,er-iredon nix dato-i mid totaled 2 OS Inches. 1.28 above tho average,
mid 1.84 more than last week's. Dr. 11. 1). P.ond.
Kohala Mill (23) Measurable rain fell on threo dates nml amounted
to 1.90 Inches, 1.08 above the nvorngo, nml 1.70 movo than tho previous
week's. Tho mean temperature was 71.0'. T. II. I.llllc.
Nlulli (23) Tho mean temperature wns 74.4', nml tho rainfall
which occurred on live dates 1. 82 Inches 1.54 moro than last week's,
and .92 Inch above tho uvernge. F. G. Pnctiiw.
Honckaa (22) Excessively warm, dty weather continued, with a
mean tenipcinturo of 75.2", and occasional light showers nt night
amounting to .29 Inch. .50 below the avciago, and .35 less than last
week's. I V. Knudsen.
Paauhau (23) There wero threo dates with rainfall, which amount
ed to .IS Inch, .20 less than tho average, and .07 moro tlnin during tho
lire ceding week. 1 Wilson.
Ockala (23) Tho mean temperature was 71.8, Showery weather
obtained, with rainfall amounting to 2.03 Inches, 1.41 more than last
Reek's, mid 04 Ij'ch nbave the average. .1, Johnston,
Laupahoehoe ("23) Showers occurred dally mostly at night and
totaled 2.47 laches, 1.50 more than tho previous week's, and .17 Inch
tibovo the acrngc. E. W. Ilainaril.
Honohlna (23) Ualn foil tin !lu dates and totaled 2.90 Inches. 1.40
more than during the. preceding neck, and .07 Inch less thnn tho
nvei.ige. W. XI. Prater.
Hakalau (23) The moan temperature wns 71.2. Showers occurred
on five dates mid amounted to 1.92 Inches, .81 inch less than tho nvcr
jgo, and .57 more than hst week's -yd. Fraser."
Pepeekeo (2.1) Showers occurred on sit dates and totalod 2,50
l.ichos .77 Inch inure Hiari tho previous week's, and .02 less than, the
a'-irago. Tho mean temperature was "71.S". Popoekeo Sugar Co,
Papalkou (23) Ualn fell on six dates nml unwanted to 3.72 Inches,
1.43 more than during thu preceding week, und .02 Inch moro than
the average J. T. Molr.
Hllo (23) The moan temperature wns 73.4,". Showers occurred on
five dales mid totaled 2 03 Indies, 1.39 more than last week's, nhd
.43 Inch less than the average. I,. O. Ismail.
Ponahawal (21) Ruin fell on five dates, amounting to 2.10 Inches,
.10 Inch more than duiilng llio preceding week". Tho mean temper
ntmo was 71 1" 'J. K. fiamallolwm,
Kapoho (23) The menu touuoratiiro was 73.1', Showere occurred
dally and totaled 1.51 Inchon, .21 Inch moro than last week's, unit .22
less than the average II. J. l.yman.
Kaueleau (22) Showers, occurred daily an 1 totaled 1.05 Inches.
.07 Inch more limn during tho preceding wuelc. Tho mean toniporaturo
was "n.r. I., F. Tumor,
Pahala (22) Tho mean temperature was 73.5', and tho rainfall
on tho 22d .04 Inch, that amount moro than last week's, and .50 less
llun tho average, Haw. Agile. Co,
Naalehu (23) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted to
.27 Inch. .J-9 less than the average. Hutchinson S. 1. Co. '
Kau (22) Stiong. NK winds prevailed, with showers on six dates
niummtliiK to Kli; Inches, .83 Inch less than lust week's. Tho mean
temperature was CO 7. V. II. Hnysehlon,
Kealakekua (23) Showeis occurred on threo datos und amounted
to 2.05 inches, 019 Inch more than during tho preceding week. H. Wal
lace. Kealakekua (22) Tho mean temperature was 71,7, and the rain
fr.ll which occurred dally 1.14 Inches, .11 Inch moro than last
week's, and .39 above the nvoiago. I!ov 8. II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI. ,
Haiku (23) Tho mean tempoirituio was 73.2. Moderuto trade
winds puAulled with an average nf partly cloudy vvejtlior, and
Humors on bIx dates amounting to .09 Inch, At less than hint week's,
mid .:i.ri below the nvoiiigl I). I), ll.ildwlu. '
Huclo (23) filiuweis occurred on Mx dales and totaled 2.10 Inches,
.42 'inch less than dining thu preceding week. Tlrj mean teiiipeiature
wns 71.3 ,1. 1.. Forrelia. ,
Nahlku (22) Tho mean temperature was C9.S. Halns occurred
dally and totaled 2.15 Inches, .01 Inch more than during tho previous
week C. O Jacobs.
Hana (21) Showers occurred dally and amounted to .70 Inch, .18
more than last week's. The mean tcnipcinturo wns 7C.C. O, O.
Klhel (22) Halnlcts weather continued, with a mean temperature
of 77.0". F. 11 Ilnyseldcn.
Walluku (23) There wns .00 Inch of rnlnfnll on tho 22d .09 less
than during the preceding week, Tho mean temperature was 77.0".
Kaanapall (23) Tho mean temperature wns 78.2", Traces of rain
fell on two dates, .08 Inch less thnn last week's. W. Robb.
N I8LAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (24) Warm, clear woatlrer continued, with n mean temper
nturo of 75.2. Showers occurred on six dates, totaling .24 Inch, ,31
below the nvcrage, and .08 less than Inst week's. R. T, Chrlstophcrson.
Maunawlll Ranch (24) Showers occurred dally and totaled .85 Inch,
.42 less than tho ncrago, mid .53 moro thnn tho precc'dlng week's. 'Tho
moan temperature was 74.91 J. Herd.
- Walmanalo (24) Tho menu toniporaturo was 78.9". Showers oc
curred on four dates and amounted to .27 Inch, .15 less than tho aver
age, and .22 more thnn last week's. A. Irvine.
Ewa (25) (lencinlty clear wenther obtained, with .09 inch of rain
fall on the mill that amount more than last week's, and .13 less
til, in the nverage. The mean temperature was 70.9'. It, Muller.
Walanae (24) Rainless weather continued, n deficiency of .20 Inch
In nverngo weekly rainfall. Tho mean tcmiicrnture was 79.7. F-.
Received loo Into to bo considered In Eummnr or averages:
Walawa (25) Tile mean temperature wns 74.8, anil tho rainfall .70
Inch, .23 more than during tho preceding week. A. I.lstcr. t
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (24) The mean temperature wns 75.1", and tho rainfall
which occui red on four dntcs .05 Inch, .39 less than tho average, and
.03 more thnn Inst week's. I.. I). Iiorclko.
Kealla (24) There wero five days with rainfall, which tntnlcd 1.20
Inches, .42 Inch more thnn during the preceding week. The mean tem
perature was 70 3. Makeo 8ugnr Co.
Llhue (24) Tho mean temperature wns 74.0. Showers occurred
on four dates nnd totaled .19 Inch, .38 less than tho previous week's.
Mime l'lan. Co.
Koloa (24) Thu mean temperature was 73.C". Light showers oc
curred on six dates and amounted to .40 Inch, .55 'less than last week's,
and .42 below tho nverage. Tho Koloa Sugar C(r.
Eleele (24) Showers fell on threo dates, umonntlng to ,15 Inch, .00
less than during the preceding week. The wenther was very windy.
Mcllrjde Sugar Co.
Makawetl (21) The nienn temperature was 77.8". There wns .02
Inch of rainfall on (ho 20th, .20 below the average, and .08 less than
latt w cell's. Haw. Sug. Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI. s
Molokal Ranch (24) Thu mean temporatiiro was 78 2". There was
no rainfall .10 Inch less than during tho preceding week. U D.
NCVl"' WM. B. STOCKMAr4,
REPORT DISCOVERY OF
REMAINS OF BUDDHA
Pagoda Found in India Said to Con
tain Priest's Ashes.
LONDON, September 11. Dr.
Spooncr of the Indian Archaeologi
cal Department, has unearthed In
the neighborhood of Peshawar n find
which hns crented Immense Interest'
In India namely, me remains oi a
great Uiiddhlst pagodn, Including it
casket believed to contain tait ot the
ashes of tho Huddha,
lliucn Tsang, tho famous Chinese
traveler of the seventh century A.
I), described a wonderful pagoda and
monastery which stood in the capital
city of Kntshka, the early Huddhtst
Kniporor, nnd enshrined the sucred
remains nf the Huddha. Half u mile
from I'cshnwar, nnd thirty feet be
low tlio present surface, Dr. Spoon
cr has found tho vestiges of the great
building, lost to human sight for
over 1000 years. ,
In the smaller of two mounds Dr.
Spooncr found the rcmnlns nf u pa
goda, soma 285 feet across. Its most
Interesting 'portion was n stono bur
ial chamber, tho roof of which had
fallen In, damaging u heavy green
moldered bronze casket containing
the treasure. Tho casket, seven In
ches high by flvo ucross. Is decorat
ed with figures of u seated, Iluddhn
nnd worshippers, a standing Prlnco
und others, tho sacred lotus design,
and Inscriptions in the .Khnroshthi
scilpt. Tho lettering Is so corroded
that the finders ns )et have made
out little beyond the name of tho
Kniporor Knnlshkn nnd thn Greek
crafstmnn AgesllucW. head engineer
of the pagoda,
The bottom of tho bronze case was
looie, revealing tho presence nsldo
of n smaller casket of rock cystul,
which was extracted wlth(tlio utmobt
tare. It pioved to bo hexagonal In
form, live Inches by three, and to
(dntuln three small pieces of charr
ed bono tho relic In honor of which
the. vault and the great pagoda It
solf wero evidently built 2000 years
Uiiddhlst tradition asserts that tho
remains of the founder were distri
buted among vuilous pultons and
shrines; nnd tho Iliitlsh (lovoinnient
has hitherto recognized tho claims ot
lluddhlsts tn their own icllcs. About
a dozen years ago, when u pin Hon
of what wns supposed to bo tho
lluddhu's ashes was found in n stupa
on tho Nepal frontier, the relic wns
divided among the, monasteries of
llurmu, Stum, Ceylim und Japan.
PROSECUTOR ILL; POISON?
District Attorney Blakeley of Pitts
burg Believed to be Victim
I'lTTSIlURCl (Pu.), September 1",-
William A. Ulukely, district attor
ney of Allegheny county, Is serious
ly 111 In tho Allegheny Uenerul Hos
pital tonight. It Is said that his
condition Is most prccuilous.
The ulr :la filled with minors, the
most scnsatlonnl of which Is that
lllakoly, who has Incurred tho un
dying enmity of the underworld by
his wholesale prosecution of grafters,
has been poisoned. It Is known that
certain interests have, for 30 hours,
been engaged In smothering the facts
surioundlng tho illness of the dis
trict attorney, which was contracted
at a political plcnjc.
Illakcly Is one of tho most unusual
district iittornovH In the United
Btntes. He fa worth a million dol
lars, nnd n member of the most ex
clusive society, 'On the death of li(s
friend, Dlsti let. Attorney Hurry Goch
rlng, recently, ho took up tho of
fice, saying he would sacrifice his
fortuno nnd his prnctlco ot $50,000
a sear to clear tho town of grafters.
Ho tins sent sonic of tho most prom
inent bankers of Western Pennsylva
nia tn prison am) has ninny others
of prominence under sentence,
lllnkely Is understood to bo en
gaged to Miss Jean Oliver, daughter
of United States Senator George T,
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SUBMARINES CLAIM RECORD.
MANILA. Sept. 11. ."omcers .of
tho submarines Fnrpotso and Shark
today claim that In the recent trials
of speed and marksmanship their
esscls boat tho records mndo In tho
mnnneveis on tho Atlantic Coast.
Mount 1'obt-on. tho highest peak In
the Can0lai Rockies was jilmbed
piiTPUHnillv auk. IP. Iiv the Geo. Kin
ny of Victoria, II. V. anrnrillnv tn mi
I'liviiiiiponipiit mmlo nr Vlll'dimi',
'"ii"' rt''h""i his an ultltudn of II
000 foot nml huudrod,or unsuccessful
nttompts had been madu to reach tho
HAS EATEN NO MEAT
FOR EIGHTY YEARS.
The Rev. Henry S. Clubb, Grand old
Man of Vegetarianism, Hale
and Hearty at 83,
CLEVELAND, O,, Sept. 4, The
Ilcv. Henry S. Clubb, eighty-three
years old, president of tho Vegetarian
Society ot Ameilcn, resident of Phi
ladelphia, and temporary sojorncr In
Clovoland, Is little, hearty and hap
py, having subsisted nearly eighty
years on potatoes, cabbage, corn nnd
(injons. Nevor n tasto of meat, nev
er a pk chop, never a leg of turkey,-
not even n clam or n crab or n
Tho Ilcv. Mr. Clubbs Is In tho min
istry becnuso ho cnu'Miclp It.
"I wouldn't feel nt homo In any
other calling," ho said, '
Religion Is this octogenarian's nn
tural element, as water Is a duck's
or nlr.ls n hlid's.
"I was the smallest wirt of a bov
when I nceotiled tho Dlblo ns my
guide," said Mr. Clubb. "I studied
Hie woid f I m n practical viewpoint.
How did thu-llllilc Intend that I
should live. Ono of the ery first
things 1 learned was that God novnr
Intended I should eat meat. 1 was
Just n small boy, but I mndo ftp my
mind to accept God's ndvlce, Fium
that day to this no morsel ot beet
or vcnl or any other lleuh hns passed
Certainly no one who looks at the
fresh, pink, healthy face ot the ltuv.'
Mr. Clubb would question the elll
cacy of vegetarianism nt least as
applied to tho preacher.
,llut Mr. Clubb was not content to
merely piactlco vegetarianism. Ho
wanted to pi each it us well, So awny
back In the 70s ho militated with the
lllblo Climch. That denomination Is
unique, but not numerous. In Ame
ilcn there Ib but ono congregation
of tho denomination. This ono pnr
lbh to bo found In Philadelphia, und
(ho Hev. Mr. Clubb Is Its pastor.
Though elghty-tlueo years old, ho
prcachoH regularly every Bunday
Sunday morning nnd evening, exhort
Igu tho flock to stand Ilrm by tho
"The lllblo Christian Chinch,"
says Mr. Clubb, "Is orthodox. Hut
Just as thn ll.iptlst Church lays Its
special bliess upon Immorslun, so tho
lllblo Christian Church Is emphatic
in the matter ot vegetarianism. It
Is our doctrine, our dogma and our
creed not to cat meat.
"Tho church was found on tho
woid of God. Wo first accepted God's
word purely ns a matter of faith.
And now come all tho physicians
and the physeolngtsts and confirm
our belief. That meat is not food
Is now a scientific fact." x
Frank ninlno of Washington, D, C,
'who attempted sulcldo by firing u bill
( let Into his brain, has been discharged
mini a nospuai "cured." Tlio bullet
Is Imbedded in tho center of his hrnlii.
Tho bodies of two miners, Khery
Hodge and Tom I'lanz, who peilRhod
whllo crossing Death Valley In Cali
fornia, havo been found. A young
man named Kldrldge, brother of Presi
dent Kldtidgo of 'tho National Suulug
Mnchlno enmpsny. who disappeared In
thu legion, has not been found.
A horso llddcn by a policeman nt
Coney Island wns frightened by a
handful nf confetti and trampled on n
cinvvd after throw lug Its, rider. An
other mounted policeman, who tiled
to slop It, wuh thiovvu und had his
NKW YORK. Fully equipped and manned, the nonmagnetic yacht tho Carnegie, sailed recently on tho t.
(list leg of her fifteen-year voyage to correct tho magnetic charts ot nil tho oceans ot tho world. Tlio vessel,
which cost $125,000, Is ns nearly nonmagnetic us It Is possible to make u modem bcagolng craft, far ull her
metal fittings except a few steel valves und thu piston rods of her Uttlo engine uro ot bronze.' Every pleco ut
metal put Into tho yacht was thoroughly tested for magnetism, and bdentlsts ugrca that her compasses will
point to the magnetic pole without tho slightest variation fium every angle ot tho globe. The undertaking ls
directed by tho TJarueglo Institute at Washington, and tho work of charting tho sens will bo done by Commander
William J, Peters, sclentltlc representative of tho Institute. Captain C. B. Llttlefleld Is sailing, muster of the
vessel. Tho Curneglo goes first to Hudson bay, and, returning to New Yi rl( In thu Into fall, .her hull will bo
sheathed with copper to protect It fioni worms when she cruises tn southern wnters, which she will do noxt
winter. Tho vessel Is 155 feet 0 Incl cs In length, with full Ball power, br'gantlno rig, carrying 13,000 square
leet of plain sail. '