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UVKNINO miMJrriN, IIONOMIUJ, T. II. TUESDAY. NOV. to, 1000.
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WEEKLY WEAJp BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T H., Nov. 15, 1009.
Th mean temperatures, as a rule, dlllerod but Ilttla from those of
the preceding wceX rarflinfl from 12 lower to 1.1 hihcr on Hawaii,
C'l higher to 0.B lowci on Maul, 0 0 lower to 0.6 hlflher on Oahu,
10 lower to 0.1 hlflr.tr on Kauai, and 0.2 lower to 0.3 higher on
The rainfall was very light throughout the Section, and not a station
having a record of ten or more years, reported an arnouht In excess of
the average for the week.
The followlrg are the amounts, In Inches, for the several districts of ',
the dlflerent Islands: HAWAII M. Kohala 0.42 to 0.B&, Hamakua 0.08
to 0.-I5. N. Hllo 1.19 to 1.55. S. Hllo 0.77 to 1.S3. Puna 0.40 to 2.35, S.
Kon.i and Kau 0 0.1 to O.C-t. and N. Kona 0.00; MAUI Makawao 0.96
to,1.07, Han.i 0 08 to 1.70, VValluku trace, and Lahalna 0.00; OAHU
Koolauloa 0.57, Kooiaucoko 0.S9 to U b2, Honolulu 0 03 and twa 0.01 to
0.S0, KAUAI Hanalel 1 4 Kawaihiu 0.22, Llhue 0.45, Koloa and Wal.
n.ea 0.02; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.00 to 0.16.
The following are the deficiencies, In Inches, as compared with the
avfrage of ten or more years, In the several districts; HAWAII N.
Kohala 0.21 to 0.00. Ham.ikua 1.0H to 1.24, N. Hllo 1.3 to 1.53. S. Hllo 1 82
to 2.82, Puna 1.58, Kau 1.23, and N. Kona 0.96; MAUI 0.47 to 0.51J
OAHU Kooliuloa 0.40, Koolaupoko 0X0 to 1.14, Honolulu 1.03 and
Cwa 0.69; a,nd KAUAI Hanalel 0.43, Kaw.-.lhau 0.53, and Valmca 0.57.
The following tatle shows the weekly jverages of temperature ano
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Grcup: ,
Hawaii 70 8" O.SOInch.
Uaul 72.6 0.64 Inch.
Oahu ?.J 0 34 Inch.
Kauai 73.6 0 43 Inch.
Molokal 74.9 0.08 Inch.
Entire Group 72.4 0.03 Inch.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Honolulu
partly cloudy weather obtalneJ, with measurable rainfall on the 9th
amounting to 0.02 Inch. 0.35 less thjn the preceding week's, and
1.03 Inches below the normal. The max.ru m temperature was 81.
minimum 69 , and mean 75.7 , 0.6 higher than the normal and alto
last week's mean. The dally mean relative humid. ty varied from 61
to 75 , and the mean for the weik was 63.6 . Latterly winds pre
vailed on three days, Northeasterly on three, and Southeasterly on the
remaining date, with an average hourly velocity of 6.9 miles. The
moan daily barometer rangej from 29.99 to 30.10 Inches, and the
moan for the week, 30.06, wes 0.10 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nolo: Tlio flKiirps fnllottlnB tho naniu of station Inillcato tlio
Oslo with which the weeks report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch mi Knln iinniimMiia m 4'.' inch fell mi-tluco il.ilen.
uml tu .15 lens than ilmlim tin- iirvti-illiiR week. A. Miivnn.
Kohala Mill slit -'llu menu lenipeintiiri' nun 72 S uml tlio inln-f.ill-which
mrini".l in lx ilaim ."! Inrli. .SU Ii-tv tlnui the stteuKii,
und ..II inon- lluiu lt -ik T. II. l.llllu.
Nlulll llll Sliovum urcuireil on the last IHo dales ami tntnleil .S5
lnrh, 47 iimte Hum the prcttou ttpck"' atul .21 Iran tli'tn tlio u erase.
, Tho nioiin leniiM'intnre nH 72.H'. F. ( I'aetiiw.
Kukolhacle it 1 1 The mean lrninointnrcw.iB 712. There was .us
iiicii of rufiifnll on tlu Mb .13 le tlnui ilttrliii! tlio pi octal Inis week.
- II. T. HHrcUo
Honokaa do) Rhowcri occtirrvil on tlm-e ilntes niij niniiiinteil to
4S lnrh. .IB uime Hum lust week's, nml l.S Unites 'ers tlinn the ner
iv The menn trmperntutr won 7.1.1. P. V Knmlteii.
Paauhau til (The mean temperature uus 71o . Italn fell on two
dulea uml amounted to 2o Inch. .21 lens I hull the previous week's, nml
1.24 lnho n'low the mer.iRe. l.nnm Wilson
Laupahcehoe tilt Shower occurred on five Oaten ctnl totaled 1.S3
I in In k, 1 5J Wtfa than Hie iiicnw. nml .23 Inch more t'tan last week'x.
Strong "Iruiles" anil rousli Kens obtained. 12. V. ll.triiiril.
Hcnohlna (ID There wns rainfall on three Oittt'J, totnllns 1 49
iceheit. 1.37 below the avuraee. mid .62 Inch lo a than ilurlilK the pre
reiliiiR week W'm. l. Fraser.
Pepcekeo (ID ;Tlie mean ti'inneiaturo was 73.S. Showers occuned
on three dates ilid toinled .77 Inch. .U6 less than last week's, atul '.'.10
inrlies lif-low the averaRe. Pepcekeo Sugar Co.
Papalkou (111 Italn fell oh (lie latt four dates and totaled 1.93
Indie. 2.S2 below tlio n erase, and 1.A9 less than during the preceding
tteek. John T. Molr.
Hllo 111) The mean temperature w.ih 713. Showers occurred on
Qve ilntes und tilnleil l.;p; Inches, 1.S2 less tlinn tliu'ncrnRe, ami .23
Ineh more than last week's. 1. C. I.Mu.in.
Kapoho 111) Showers oceurreil dally and totaled .10 Inch. .1'! less
than tho pretlous week's, nml 1.3.1 luehes bolow tlio auriiBo. Tlio
n-ean temiierature wns 73.2' II. J l.jnim.
Kaueleau (10) The mean temperature was CO. I. Itnlii fell dally
(.nil aiiKiiiuleil to 2.35 Inches. .21 Inch nioie tluui diirlliB tho preced
lnpi'k I. H. Tut nor.
Naalehu (1) There wa .ill Ineh of ralnfnll on the 9th 1 23 Indies
Ik low the .ivenuie. and 1.62 less than lusl wi-ek's. C. Henry White.
Kealakekua 111) Showeis ocuirrol on two dates and umoimted to
.US Inel, that aniount more than during thu iirecedliiB week. Unbelt
Kealakekua lliil The mean timperaturo was 7.1.o. Italn fell on
two dal.-H and nmomi'eil to .us Imh. Hint amount less than last wtek's,
un .UK inch below the in erase Sum 1. Il.ids.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (ID Light "trndis" nml p'trtly cloudy weather preMled,
with rainfall on sl dales ainiiiinlliiB lo l.o7 luehes, .31 Inch below
Hie nveruBo, and .33 lets than last week's. Thu mean teuiperuturu was
72 0. 1). 1). ll.il.lwln.
Huels (It) Tho menu temperature wo 7.0. Showers oceuneil on
tin l.iHl foil I dates und umomiled to .9'! Inch, .71 less than ilurlilK tho
limillnit wiek J. I.. Fenolrn.
Nahlku (loi- The iiieun litupeialure wns "IS I' Italn fell on fI
d.n'H and iiinouiiitd to I 70 liichus, .20 Imli less lluiu ilurlilK the pro
dims week.- C (). Jmiilis,
Hana (X- for li I a f t -Italn felt on Ihu Hist two dales uml mummied
In os Ineh. 71 less than Inst i-oportol. Tlio mean lemperaluio w.h
7C.5. (Sin. O. CiMipei.
Walluku till 'llio mean Umiperaluro wn 713. There was but n
tinee of i .tin .61! Inch less than during thu prccedlitB week. lliother
Knanapall (111 Calm, mill ry cloudy weather obtained, with n mc.'iii
(ompor.itui'o of 73 3, nml no lalufall, U3 Inch lehs tlnui last week's, uml
.17 hulow the u erase. Win, ltohb.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuhu (12) The ineuu tempeuiluri. was 72.8. Showers ou-uirod
on four dates and totaled .37 fltt.lt IU below the iiu.tso. It. T. Chris-tophi-rsi'li.
Maunnwlll Ranch (12) .Measttr.ihlo lain tell on two dales uml
I'liiouiiie-i in hi Imh :s7 Iiwh lluiu last week's. Mini 1.11 Inched litlow
llu avei.ie-i The menu tempi inlilto wus 73 1 - .lulill lleid.
Walmanalo H !l 'Hie iihmii teiiipu-.ilure was 71! 9 . und the t.ilnfnll
- whl h iieeimiil in i ah dues - .Hi Iw-h Ml lin llian the nxotiiKu. and
IX I'iiiii h, in 111,. pnii'illUB week'h A. It III".
Walawa il'i 'llu laiurull was 20 Inch 33 less than ilurlns tho
p i duns wiili Tin iiii-ini tempi intiiie wns 73.i. A Lister
Ewa (l.li Thi me in ii'injiortitiirc uiui 73 2 Thero wits .01 Inch of
$1.35 for a 25 LB. sack
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
Office, Brewer Buililinj-. Phone 272, Factory nt Iwilei.
For Your Lawn's sake Use
rainfall on the lOlh ,U5 less than last week's, nml .fi'J lielow tho
ttteruse. II. Mttller. '
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (12) Tho meat) temperature wns 73.0", Showers occurred
on live dates and niuounted to 1.15 Inches, .43 Inch less than tho
memse. 1, 11. Uoiclko, '
KealU (12) Main nmotmttiiR to .22 Inch, fell on the list two dates,
.IS he!ow the nU'inKe, und 02 less than tho previous week's. Mnkeo
Llhue (12) The mean lempeintuio was 71.1. Thetc was .15 Inch
of r.iluriill on the 11th, .22 less than during the preceding week.
Mime Plnlitnllou Co.
Eleele (12) A shower occurred on thn luth, nmotintliiB lo .02 Inch,
.31 less than diirhiR the prcdous week. Mcllryde Sugar Co.
Makawell (12) The mean temperature wns 75.8". .Mcasurnblo rnln
full uniuuntlug to .02 lnrh occuned on tho 11th, .57 less than tho aver
use. Hiiwnllaii Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (12) The menu lemperaluio wns 73 8. Tho rnln
full nmennted to K on the 10th , .50 less than ditrltiB Uio preceding
week. O, C. Coiiradt
Molokal Ranch (12) Theie was no inlnfnll. n deficiency ns runt
f.aied with Inst week of ,23 Inch. Rain began after Horn) p. in, of tho
12th. The menu temperature was 74.0. I n. iN'ovlns.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
RIFE WITH CRIME
King Leopold Held Personally Re
sponsible for the Horrible Mur
ders Now Bcint Done in His
NI2W YORK. October 2' Atrocities
vhli li liiiMi been committed In tho
CotiBo eountr), Instigated by King
Leopold's government tiro, graphically
portr.iod In n book by Sir A Connn
Doyle, now being published by Double
day. Pago k Contp-iny. The advance
sheets disclose u slor hl bloody, m
hoiilble, so ghastly trill, that tlio
whole chlllzed world Must shudder
when Its contents become known.
Sir Contin Doyle ronvluc lugly pices
th'tt the massacres go.ug on In the
Congo ure not only unobjected tu by
King I.eoiHild, but In nimiy Instnnces
the blood of the niilht'H resU on the
hands of the inonnicli himself. The au
thor million an appeal to the United
States to Intervene mid stop the
slaughter that Is now going on that
the rubber trust may grow richer. Ho
'There Is.n very special rc.it.on why
America and Kngland should not stand
In and see these people ilt.ie to death.
They tire In u sense Ihc-li wards.
America wns the first lo give official
recognition lo King l.oimold'K enter
prise in 1 SS 1. nml so litis tho responsi
bility of having actually put him In
that po'ltlou which he luu t-lttco dread
fully abused. She wus the Indirect
and Innocent came of tho whole trag
edy. Surely some reparation is due.
England Growing Uneasy.
"On the other hand, Kngland has,
with the other European powers.
Blgned tho treaty of 188.1 by which
each and all of thtfiu assumes resrons
Ibllltj for tho condition or the native
laces. The other powers ltne so fa
kIiowii no deblro to live up to this
pledge. Hut the conscience of Hug-
I0ME people think
that because such-and-such
a soap is.
made on the other side
of the Atlantic, it is nee-
V cssarily as gotd as, or
better than, Ivory Soap.
Why should it be?
Don't Americans make
the best locomotives, the
best cutlery, the best
cottons in all the world?
Why shouldn't they
make the best soap?
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
land is uneasy nud she is slowly rous
ing herself to act. Will America be
"Attempts have been miulc, too (for
there Is considerable lngentut and un
limited money on the o'h"i sldu), to
pretend thai It Is a rjucMlon of I'm
testant missions against Cuthollcs.
Any one who thinks this diould read
tho book 'l.a Question Kongnlalsc,' of
tho eloquent and holy .lenilt Knthcr
vcrmersch, Ho llw'd In tho country
and ns he says, It was the sight of
the 'Immeasurable miser)" which
drove him' to write
"Wo Kngllsh who mo earnest over
this matter, look ingerly to the west
ward to sec some sign ef moral sup
port of material leading. Il would bo
a grand sight to sec too banner of
liumnnlty and conization carried for
ward In Bticli n cause by lite two great
Kngllsh speaking nations.
Belgium Had Its Chance.
One chance llelgluin hi.it. If I tit
inedlntcly upon taking iim- Iho Stale
they had formed a Judicial eomldnn
tlon for tho rigid mspccllon of tho
whoio matter, with power to punlt.li
lor all past offenses and to examine all
the scnndnls of recent years then they
would havo done something to clear
"She did some of these things. Kor
n year now she has herself persevered
in tho ovll wajs of her predecessor.
Her colony Is a scandal before the
whole world. The era of minders nnd
tnitltllntlons has. as we hope, passed
by. but tho country Is sunk Into n
fetnto of cowed and hopeless slavery,"
"Tlio Cilmo of tho Congo," that being
the lite of the book. Is published to
benefit the society, now In operation
in nnglnnd, thnt Is trjlng lo clear tho
Congo country fnmi its crimes. There
Is to be no benefit to necruo from tho '
book, either to author or to publishers.
The bark Arago, which arrived In
lort last Friday brought many thou
land r.illiiud ties Tor the ftapld Trnn
tit Company These ties, now In n
f-rcen stale, will b carefully piled nt
different points convenient for use
lor the purpose of te.rmnlng. Hefore
being placed In serleo they will bo
coated with a preserving solution.
Several miles of tails hnve -been
ordered nml are thought to ho en mute
to this city. Tho ext nslons of track
r.ge planned and iidijlllon of ten larger
curs to the present service shows that
Iho Ilnpld Transit Is not going to let
Honolulu get ahead ol it at any stuge
of the g.itno.
Ono of Iho ninny until Improvements
In tho local street ear senlco will be
tho double tracking of King street.
WICKETT TO JOIN BENEDICTS.
The engagement of Miss Carolina
II. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ollbeif A. Smith, foimerly of Kvnn
ston, lo Mr. Kredcilck A. Wlckttt,
of Honolulu was announced this af
ternoon at a tea given by Miss
Smith's sister, Mis. W. Holmes For
syth, :,' Cedar street. Tho woddlng
will tnko placo In January at the
home of Mrs. Mom) Hi. Miss Smith.
who Ii,ik been abiotid for a year and
a half, will bo with her sister for
Hie winter. The Chicago Kvcnlng
rout, .m ember
BULLETIN ADS V
Keep this in mind when you. have a picture to
Who has taite and with
ei to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which 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
A lovely bungalow; 6
rooms. lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiofani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 800.00
A 6-roora bungalow. lot
176x436, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50
Seven room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. lot
50x150. A bargain. . 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
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 us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St
A. V. PEAR, MANAGER.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grooer's.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Fort and King Streets, Honolulu,
"Environment Moulds the Character" does
it not follow that the things with which you
surround yourself reflect your personality?
Opp Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
New Line of
Lace and Silk Trimmings
You are asked to see them
If You Don't
That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
it because you have never tried them. A trial cue will
convince yon that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in a class by ourselves.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manager.
The HALL SAFE is BEST
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Agents
60c for 10 Lbs.
frame and take it to
Water Works Co., Ltd.
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