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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Nov. 8, 1909.
The mean temperatures were much higher than those of the preee.
ding week on Oahu, Kauai, and Molokal the excesses ranging from
1.4 to 3.7 on Oahu, and 1.5 to 1.9 on Kauai, and Molokal. The
majority of stations on Hawaii, and Maul report higher mean temper
Mutes than thote of last week, but the differences were not marked
the greatest excess on Hawaii being 1.6, and on Maul 1.0. The max
Imum deficiency on Hawaii was 1.1 , and on Maul 1.5.
There was a deficiency of rainfall generally over the Sectlon,'Hhe
only districts In which excesses occurred being the Kau of Hawaii, and
the Koloa of Kauai.
The following are the deficiencies, In Inches, as compared with an
average of ten or more years: HAWAII N. Kohala 0.G4 to 0.86, Ha.
makua 0.75 to 0.88, N. Hllo 1.52, S. Hllo 0.71 to 1.26. Puna 1.03, and N.
Kona 1.12: MAUI Makawao 0.07, and Lahalna 0.30; OAHU Koolau
poko 0.62 to 1.05, Honolulu 0.47, Cwa 0.58, and Walanae 0.53; and
KAUAI Kawalhau 0 56. The excesses were 0 59 to 0.71 In the Kau
District of Hawaii, and 0.15 In the Koloa district of Kauai.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the sev
eral districts of the different Islands: HAWAII N. Kohala 0.22 to 0.38,
Hamakua 0.29 to 0.45, N. Hllo 1.32, S. Hllo 1.43 to 3.02, Puna 0.86 to
2.11, Kau 1.56 to 1.65, S. Kona 0.CO, and N. Kona 0.16; MAUI Makawao
1.42 to 1.67, Hana 0.79 to 1.90, Walluku 0.04, and Lahalna 0.05; OAHU
Koolaupoko 0.11 to 0.99, Honolulu 0.38, Ewa 003 to 0.53, and Walanae
COO; KAUAI Kawalhau 0.24, Llhue 0.67, Koloa 0 36 to 1.54; and
MOLOKAI Molckal 0.76.
The following special features were reported: HAWAII Kohala
Mill rain Is needed; Laupahoehoe strong winds and rough seas pre.
vailed; Naalehu high winds obtained on tho 2nd and 3rd; Kau fresh
Northeast to East winds prevailed.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature ana
.rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 73.0' 0.98 Inch.
Maul 72.4' 0.98 Inch.
Oahu 75.7' 0.34 Inch.
Kauai 73.8 0.70 Inch.
Molokal 74.5 0.76 Inch.
Entire Group 73.C' 0.83 Inch.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Honolulu
partly cloudy and cloudy weather obtained, with measurable rainfall
on three dates amounting io 0.38 Inch, 0.47 less than the normal for
the week and 0.05 more than during the preceding week. The maxi
mum temperature was 80, minimum 68. and mean 79.7 , 0.5 below
the normal, and 1.4 higher than last week's. The mean dally relative
humidity varied from 76 to 64 , and the mean for the week was
68.9. Easterly winds prevailed on two dates and northeasterly on
the remainder, and for the week, with an average hourly velocity of
9.1 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from 29.99 to 30.07 Inches,
and the mean for the week, 30.04, was 0.07 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: Tho figures following tho nmno ot station Indlcato the
data with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (4) Italu full on tun dates and amounted to .27 Inch,
.44 less than tho preceding week. A Union.
Kohala Mission (5) Tho mean temperature was 72.G. Showers oc
,curiod on four dateH and totaled .22 Inch, .8,6 below tho ir, erase, ami
,4X less than last week's. T)r I). I) Dond.
Kohala Mill (4) Itnln fill on Hie Inst two dates and amounted to
.28 Inch "S hc'uw tho aera-;o and .'",2 less than tho rclous week's,
lliu mean temperatnro was 74.0". T H I lllle.
Nlulll (4) The mean temperature was 73 5. Showers occurred on
the last four dates and totaled .3S Inch, ,01 hclow the nerage, and .63
less than last week's. P O. IMetowv
Kukulhaele (4) Haln fell on the laet three dates and amounted to
.43 Inch, .35 less than during tho preceding week. Tho mean temper
etiiro was 74.1. II. T llniclny.
Honokaa (3) Tho nieun temperature was 74.0. Haln fell on three
dales and amounted to 211 Inch, .88 below the average, and .90 less than
lust week's. P. V. Knudbcn
Paauhau (4) Showers occurred on four dates and totaled .46 Inch,
.75 below the nvciage. and .57 less than tho previous week's. The
mean temperature was 74.2. L. Wilson.
Laupahoehoe (4) Showeis occurred on tho last six dates anil totaled
1.32 Inches, 1.52 below tho average, ami 1.07 less than, during the
preceding week. 1J. W. Ilarnard.
Hakalau (1) The mtan temncraturo was 73 0. Haln. fell on flo
dates and amounted to 2.20 Inches, 1.50 less than last week's, and .71
Inch below tho .ucraec. J. Krnser,
Pepeekeo (4) Showers occurred dally and totaled 1.13 Inches, 1.26
below tho nverago, and .02 Inch less than tho provlous week's. Tho
mean temperature wus 74.0. 1'epeekco Sugar Co.
Papalkou (I) Showers occuned dally and totaled 3 02 Inches, 1.13
hclow tho average and 2.9S less than dm Ins the piccedlng week.
J. T. Jlolr.
Kapoho (4) Tho mean temperature was 73.2. and tho lalnfall
which nrruruM dally .80 Inch, .90 below last week's, and 1.03 Inches
less than tho a erase. II. J. I.ymnn.
Kaueleau (3) Showers occurred dally and totaled 2.11 Inches, 3.14
less than during tho preceding -week. Tho mean temperature was
CD 2. L. V. Turner.
Pahala (.1) Thero was 1.65 Inches or rainfall on the 28th 2 90
less than last week's, and 71 Inch moro than tho aciago. Tho mean
tctnpeiaturo was 71.7 Hawaiian Agrlc. Co.
Naalehu (3) Rain fell on two dates, amounting to 1.50 Inches, 1,19
less than during tho pieccdlng week, and .59 Inch moro than tho aor
ago.-'-C. Henry White
$1.25 for a 25 LB. sack
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co,, Ltd,
Office, Brewer Building. Phone 272. Factory at Iwilei.
NEW STORE NOW OPEN
Ansco Films, Cameras and
Kealakekua (4) There was no rainfall, 1.39 Inches lets than during
tho preceding week. Hobert Wallace.
Kealakekua (3) Tho mean temperature was 72.5. Showers occurred
on two dates anil amounted to .16 Inch, .08 less than last week's, and
1.12 Inches below the acrnge. Hev. Sam'l. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (I) Moderate "trades" prevailed, with much cloudy weather,
rnd dally rainfall amounting to 1.12 Inches, .07 Inch below tho nvcragu,
and .09 less than last week's. Tho mean tempcrati.ro was 71.0. D. D.
Huelo (4) Tho mean temperature was 70.2. Rains fell on tho last
rlx dates ami amounted to 1.07 Inches, .16 Inch less than during the
ptecedlng week. J. L. Kerrelra.
Nahlku (3) Showers occurred dally pnd totaled 1.90 Inches, 1.47
less thnn last week's. The mean tempera'ture was 08 0'. C O. Jacobs.
Hana (2) Tho mean temperature was 75.2. Italu fell on six dates
and amounffd to .79 inch, .29 moro than during tho preceding week.
O. O. Cooper.
Puunene (4) There was .04 Inch of rainfall on the 3rd ,3.00 Inches
less than tho previous week's. The menn temperature was 73.4.
Kaanapall (41 Tho moan temperrturo was 76 3. Night Bliowers
occurred on the last two dates and amounted to .05 Inch, .30 below
the aciage, and 2 07 Inches less than last week's. Wm Kobb.
I8LAND OF OAHU.
Maunawlll Ranch (5) Tho mean temperature wa3 712, Showers
occurred dally nnd totaled .99 Inch, .02 below the acragc, and 1.44
Inches less than last week's. John Itord.
Walmanalo (G) There was .11 Inch of rainfall on tho 31st , 1.51
Inches less than tho preceding week's, and 1.05 below the nerage. A.
Walawa'(C) The mean temperature was 73.4, and tho rainfall .53
Inch. .66 less than during tho preceding wcok. A. Lister.
Ewa (0) There was .00 Inch of rain on tho 31st .34 less than last
week's, and .58 below tho aernge. Tho mean temperature was 75.4.
Walanae (5) The mean temncraturo was 78.3. Thero was no rain
fall, a weekly deficiency of .53 Inch, nnd 1.02 Inches less than last
week's. K. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kealla (5) The mean temperature was 74.2". Showers occurred on
four dates nnd amounted to .24 Inch, .56 below tho tocrage, and 1.26
Inches less than last week's. McKee Sugar Co. "
Llhue (5) Showers occurred on four dates and totaled .07 Inch. Tho
mean tcmpcratuie was 73 3. Llhue Plantation Co.
Koloa (5) The mean temperature wes 73.8. Showers occurred
dally and totaled 1.54 Inches, .91 Inch less than last week's, and .15
more than tho bn erase. Tho Koloa Sugar Co,
Eleele (5) Thero was rain on four dates, which amounted to .36
Inch. Tho McDryde Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (4, for 6 dajs) Tho mean'temperaturo was 74 5.
Italns occurred dally and amounted to .76 Inch, ,CG less than during
the piccedlng week. C. C. Conrndt.
WM. B. 8TOCKMAN,
As the Maltuia Is to leavo at C
o'clock, the only oppoitunlty to
hear and sec the great Ilengougn
will be nt the Opera llouso at 2:30
this afternoon. He Is In excellent
spirits nnd has been around town
this morning lenowlng acquaintanc
es with old ft lends nnd making
mental note ot some faces which
struck him ns worth while. Ho has
a fund of anecdotes which he will
I elate nnd will Illustrate them as
he goes nlong. One great thing ho
does Is to draw two faces at tho
same time each with different ex
picaslons, showing that he can easily
keep his thoughts on two subjects
nt tho same time nnd do each ot
them full Justice. Ily special re
quest he will lecilo "Tho VIi.lt of
tho Yankee Fleet" and will sing
several bongs. As nn entertainer
he Is distinct from any man on the
platform nt this day, nnd his np
penranco Is always hnllcd with de
light. That ho will scoio here
seems to ho undoubted, nnd tho peo
ple, oven nt this short notice,
should fill tho Opera House this
nftemoon. The sentB uro on snlo
at tho Dergstrom Music Store. it
Is said of him that ho can produco
HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, NOV.
nt will the face of any one lu the
audience nnd In a way that It Is
What think ou of a mining plcturo
show that Is so. good that It has none
but what aro styled "feature films" for
Its entire performance? Such a the
ater, and such facts are the case, at
the Art. Kor two days tho films are
all so good that It would be rank In
justice to the others to cntitlo any one
film tho featuro of the program. Tho
Art haB recently been excelling ltsolf
In Its displays ns evidenced by such
films nt "La Top ca," "Stadium Sports "
"The Resurrection" nnd others in the
same clabs. The Art Is undoubtedly
tho standard theater in the moving
picture line, und to see tho latest nnd
LeBt of moving pictures, It is tho "Art"
as a matter of course to which the ma
jority of the people- give their patron
age. Furthermore tho llttlo theater
deserves Kb enviahlo reputation, nnd
. Twice during Saturday night tho sale
oi ticKets nt the Paik Theater was
(.topped on account of tho crowded
condition of tho theater. Manager
Congdon preferred to have his patrons
satisfied nnd comfortable than have
them forced to positions whero they
wero unable to see. The Vlerra or
chestra whb In attendance, nnd all of
tho acts passed off satisfactorily to tho
nuuienco. Tonight tho verncs will in
troduco their famous waltz step and
Lawn's sake Use
Opposite Benson, Smith & Co.
the Molnotte sisters will sing new
"SNAP SHOTS IN JAPAN."
Perhaps the most Interesting series
of motion pictures ever made of a for
eign country will be on exhibition nt
Tho Uonlne tonight tor tho last time.
"Snap Shots In Japan," a delightful col
lection of thumb-nail sketches which
graphically depict In genro studies
thero wonderful people In their beauti
ful country during fete time.
There will be better music than ever
at tho meeting of the Waverley Dance
Club tonight. Manager Nalnoa has ar
ranged to give his patrons greater sat
isfaction than oer In this respect.
FORT SHP NEWS
The two bowling alleys nt Fort
Shatter, have been repaired; they
are now In flno condition nnd somo
of the boys aro doing some very good
bowling. Fort Shatter had a good
team last ear and expects to have
u better one this season. There Is
talk nbout making up a team in
each company, which would make
ory interesting sport. The hlgn
score of this season is 241, and no
doubt will be beat before long.
The meu out nt Fort Shaffer are
now having half an hour of gymna
sium drill In tho morning. They
nil tako an Interest In this drill
and seem to enjoy It very much.
The drill consists of running, jump
ing, climbing, basket ball, swing
ing clubs. In fact everything that
can possibly bo done In a gym
nasium. Tho Tort Shatter gym. Is the
largest, finest and best equipped In
Honolulu. There are some very
good acrobats In the post, and It Is
a treot to 'watch them do difficult
SALE TO CONTINUE.
The great clearing sale of dry
goods nnd clothing at Kerr's Is to
close nt 9 o'clock Saturday night.
This gives the people of Honolulu
another chance to get at the great
est bargains ever offered Uiem. The
goods are all now, some of them
having nrrlvcd on the Alameda,
and they are being Included In tho
sale so as to make room for a largo
quantity of Christmas goods now on
the water. This last call should bo
heeded, for It may not be repeated.
CAPTAIN FILMER MAY
GET BIGGER BOAT
Captain rilmor, now master of tho
T. K. K. liner Nippon Maru. which
.vailed for Japan ports nnd liongko-i
msi evening, may bo tr.nisft.-i rod to
tho command of tho big steamer Ten
yo Maru of tho Bamo line, according
to tho tnlk of tho officers of tho small
er Japanese vessel.
It Is reported that Captain Bent oi
tho Tenyo Mnnt will bo placed on the
tesero list at Yokohama.
Captain Fllmer has a host of friends
at Honolulu who will rcjolco In his
well merited promotion.
A request has been received by
Governor Frcnr from tho superinten
dent of tho "World" building In New
Yoik asking that a Hawaiian ensign
bo sent to him bo It can bo flown on
the Territory's holidays.
60c ior 10 Lbs.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd,
Fort and King Streets, Honolulu.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
Notice is hereby given that under
nnd In pursuance of nil order Issued
out of the Circuit Court of tho First
Judicial, Territory of Hawaii, In
the matter of the Estate of
Clarissa M. Davis, deceased, the un
derslgried, as Administrator of tho
Estate of said Clarissa M. Davis, de
ceased, la authorized to and will sell
at public auction, through James F.
Morgan, auctioneer, to the highest
bidder for cash, on Saturday, tho
I 27th day of November, 1909, nt 12
12 o'clock noon ot said dny, at tnc
front door ot the Judiciary lluildlng,
In the City ot Honolulu, all ot the
following described real CBtate, to
1. All that certain pleco or par
cel ot land situate at 1! anion a mo,
Monnlaua, Oahu, being n portion of
tho land described nB Kulenna No.
1328 to Kahaukomo, and more par
ticularly described as follows:
n hoomaka ana ma ke klhl 111k.
o kela wah I npana ma ka pou puka
pn a holo aku He. 37 30' Kom. 112
knpual ma ka pa laau a klhl I ka
pol klhl o ka pa ma ka aoao makiii,
alalia, Ak. 48 Kom. 104 Kap. ma
ka pa laau a htkl I ka pa pohaku
knhlko ma ka llhl palf, alalia, AH
24 45' Hlk. 132 Kap., ma l
laau a hikt I ka pou puka na m.i It.i
noao mauka, a mal lalla aku a 1 ka
hoomaka ana, maloko ola npana HV
100 o ka Ewa, a ol a cml Ikl mal
Z. All that certain pleos or rar
tcl of land situate .'t Kteluwelu,
Honolulu, Kami of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, bcjiic part o p.n.i 19
bf Land Commission Awnrd "711,
Royal Patents 447G and 7793 to V.
Kamamalu, and more p.mlrul.triy
bounded and described ns follows,
Commencing at the soulii corner
nf this lot on inn north 3 ige i,t l.i
llh.i street, nnii tunning
N. 50 23 E., true 130 feet along
N. 40 40' V., true, 76.G feet
nlong V. Kamamalu;
S. 40 30' W., true, 134 feet nlonK
S. 44 5' C, true, CG feet along
Nalhe, Land Commission
Award Number 794, Apana
2, to the Initial point, aril
containing nn area of 21-100
of an acre.
Terms Cash In U. S. gold coin.
Deeds at the expense ot the pur
chaser, and sale subject to the con
firmation of tho Court.
For further particulars apply to
W. S. Edlngs, attorney for the ad
ministrator, Kaahumanu street;
Jns. F. Morgan, auctioneer, Knahu
manu Btreet, or to the undersigned,
79 Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu Nov. 9th, 1909.
Administrator of the Es
tate of Ccarlssa M. Da
4402 Nov. 9, 10, 23.
Hade up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretank fits.
Who has taste and wish.
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
whieh cost to build
16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000, The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
bungalow ; 6
Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapklani St.
8 rooms. Lot 76x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 000.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x496, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room, cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 60x
Seven -room eottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
60x150. A bargain. . 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
house , 850.00
Don't put off until to
morrow w n a t you
should do today. To
morrow never some.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see ns about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. PEAK. MANAGER.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING,
Dffloe: Honolulu Painting Co., 121
King St.; P. 0, Box 911
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