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EVENING BULLETIN. HON'O'.t LTJ, T It.. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, '09
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WEEKLY WEftJiER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T P., Dec. 23, 1909.
The r.ilnf.-.ll war, very light throughout the flection, and every station
having a reco'd of ten or more years reported a deficiency as compared
with the average. Good rains are belleed to have occurred on the
windward sides of Hawaii and Maul en the 18th and 19th. These will
Le most opportune, as the need of rain was being ssverely (elt In the
Kchala and Hamal.ua districts; and In the latter district the moisture
In the mountains was becoming very small In amount.
The following arc the departures from the average of ten or more
years. In Inches, In the several districts of the different Islands:
HAWAII North Kohala 0.98 to 1.13, Har.iakua 1.33 and 1.3,
North Hllo 2.11 to -2.70, Puna 151, Kau 0.55, and North Kona
0.G2; MAUI Makawao 1.22: OAHU Koolauloa 0.70, Koolaupoko
1.61, Honolulu 0.47, Ewa 0.72 and Walanse 0.6G; and KAUAI
Hanalel 1 30, and Walmea 0.55.
The following are the amounts of rainfall In inches, durirg the week
Ir the several districts: HAWAII North Kohala O.CO to 0.15 Hama
kua 0.1S to 0.32, North Hllo O.OS to 0.13, South Hllo 0.00 to 0.33, Puna
0.04 to 0.07, Kau 0.11, South Kona O.CO, and North Kona O.CG and the
average weekly amount was the smallest In about two years; MAUI
Makawio 0.30 to 0 57, Hana 0.06, Walluku O.CO to 0.13; OAHU Xooliu
loa 0.15, Koolaupoko 0 04, Honolulu C.35 Ewa tr;ce to 0.23, and Wal
tnae 0O0; KAUAI Hanslel 0.14. Llhue 0.31 Koloa 0.29, ard Walmej
0.00: and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.03 to 0.47.
All stations in the North Hilo South Hllo Puna, Kau, South Kona
and North Kona districts of Hawaii, all In the Kooliupoko, Honolulu,
Ewa and Waianae districts of Oshti, and all oi Maul, and Kauai re
port less raHfall thm durl-.g the precedlrg week the deficiencies In
the South Hilo, Puna, Kau Soi-th Kona and North Kona districts of
Hawaii, generally on Kauai, and in the H-n; district of Maul being
Cecltledly lower mean temperstures.thrn Ihote of the preceding wee't
were reported from Kauai, the sojtlieistern portion of t'te Molokal dit
tr'ct of Molokal, th Honolulu and W?l?nre districts of Oahu, the Hana
district of Waul and the North Koh?la, Hamakua, Puna and southern
portion of the South Hllo districts of Hawaii, the changes ranging g:n
erally from 2 0 to 3.2.
A northwest gale occurred at Kahuku, Oahu, on the Klh.
The following table shows the weekly jverages of temperature ana
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 710 0.10 Inch.
Maul 69.4" 0.21 Inch.
Oahu 71.4' 0.14 Inch.
Kauai 69.9 0.19 Inch.
Molokal 72.5' 0 26 Inch.
Entire Group .. 70.8 0.14 Inch.
At the local office of the United States Vetther Dureau In Honolulu
clear to partly cloudy weather gerierrlly obtained, with traces of rain.
fill en three dates and measurable .'mounts on the last two days
rmountlng to 0 35 Inch, 0.47 below the rormal amount for the week, and
0 32 lessithan during the preceding week. The maximum temperature
was 78,' minimum C2", and mean 71.0', 1.0 lets than the normal, and
2.2 tower than last week's. The mean daily relative humidity varied
from 66 y to 82 , and the mean for the week was 74.6 , about o
above normal. Northerly winds prevailed on the 14th and northeast
erly on the remaining dates, with' an average hourly velocity of 7.9
miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from 23.94 to 30.03 Inches,
and the mean for the week, 29 59 was 0 02 Inch above normal,
REMARKS BV CORRESPONDENTS.
INnte:-Tho figures following the name of station Intllcuto the
date with which the week's loport closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Rarch (10) There waH no rainfall, ,38 Inch less than during
the preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (17) Tho mean temperature, wan 69,5. and the rain
fall which occuni'cl tin three dates 13 Inch, .98 less than the aver
age and .11 more than last vvcek's.--I)r n. I). Uond.
Kohala Mill (15) Traces of rain occurred on two dates, n deficiency
of 1.13 Inche In uveriign weekly rainfall, and .17 Inch less than tho
For Sale Everywhere
previous week's. The menu temperature wait 71.5. T. 11. Mtllc.
Nlulll (101 Tho mean temperature was 71.1. Showers occurred
mi two dales and amounted to ,UC Inch, .03 less than hint week's, and
1 03 Inches below tho ncraite. P. C. Paotow",
Kukulhaele (10) Theio was .30 Inch of rnlnfall on the 10th, that
amount moic than during the preceding week. The mean temperature
was T.1 I0. 11 T Harclay
Honokaa (15) Die mean temperature was 71,2", and the rnlnfall
.32 Inch on the 11th . .30 moro than last week's, and 1.34 Inches
hi low the aveiage. 1" V. Knudsen.
Paauhau (IB) There was ,10 Inch of rainfall on tho 12th , that
amount mine than the preceding week's, and 1..13 Inches below tho
average. The mean tempeiutuiu was 72.0. Units Wilson.
Laupahcehoe (10) There was .13 Inch of rainfall on tlio 14th ,
.30 loss than during tin; previous week, and 3.10 Inches below the
aveiage. i:. W. Ilarnard.
Honohlna (10) Light showers occurred on two dates nnd totaled
ot! Inch ,:t less than dining the preceding week, nnd 2.25 Inches below
the average. Win. M. Prnser.
Hakalau (10) The mean temperature was 71.3, nnd the rainfall
on the 1 Itli .01 Inch, 2.14 Inches below tho average, and 1.19 less than
last week's. I. Prater.
Pepeekeo (10) Showers oecuncd on two dates and amounted to
.33 Inch, II less than the previous week's, nnd 2.10 Inches below tho
nvernge. The mean tempeiaturu wni 73.1. l'epeelteo Sugar Co.
Papalkou (10) Mensurable tain fell on two dates and amounted to
.HO Inch 1.05 Uirheu lens than during the preceding week, nnd 2.70
hclow the average John T. Molr.
Hllo (Ifl)--Tho mean tenipcrnturo wns 74.0, nnd there was no rain
fall 3 Inch 'rts than last week's, and 2.39 inches hclow tho nvernge.
L. C Lyman.
Ponahawal (10) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted to
.12 inch 109 Inches less than during the preceding week. Tho mean
temperature was GS.2 .1. K. (Inmallolsnn.
Kapoho (10) The mean temperature wiib 71.0". Rainfall occurred
on two dated and iiinnuntod to-.07 Inch .28 less tlrin Inst week's, and
l.r.l Inches below the average. II, J. I.yinau.
Kaucleau (151 Showers occurred on two dates uiu) amounted to .01
li.ch, 4,'JS Inches less than during the preceding week. The mean
lemper.ituiu was 07.0". I.. P. Turner.
P'hala (IB) The menn remprrntiiro wns 09 2. nnd the rnlnfall
on the lltli .11 Inch, .53 below the average, and 2.S9 Inches less than
last week'B. Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Kealakekua (10) Thero was no rainfall, 1.B2 Inches 1cm than during
the previous week. Itohert Wallace.
Kealakekua (IB) The mean temperature was 71.0. Italn fell on
two dates mid amounted to .00 Inch, .02 below the average, and 1.03
Inches less than last week's Itcv. Samuel 11. Ilavls.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (10) Light easterly nnd vnrlable winds and pnrtly cloudy
weather prevailed, with rainfall on two dates mnnontli.K to .30 Inch,
.10 less than last week'H, nnd 1.28 Inches below tho average. Tho
mean temperature wns 70.9'. 1). D. llaldnln.
Huelo (10) Tho mean temperature was 08.1' Thero was .67 Inch
of lalnfall on the 10th , .50 less than during tho preceding week.
Jot. I,. Kerrelin
Nahlku (13) Showers occurred on three dates nnd totaled .00 Inch.
1.09 Inches less than Inst week's. Tho mean temperature was 00.8.
C. (). Jacobs.
Klhel (10) Tho mean teinpernturo was C9 4", and thero was no
ialnf.il!. O. W. Ilennlg.
Walluku (10) There wns .13 Inch of rainfall on tho ICth , ,27
less than during the pi feeding week. Tho mean temperature was
71 0. Hiother Prank.
I8LAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (17) Tho mean temperature was 70.3. Showers occurrod
on the last two dates and amounted to .15 huh .70 below tho nvct
age. and .21 less than la.it Week's. K T, Chrlstophcrtou.
Walmanalo (17) Theio wan .04 Inch of rnlnfall on tho ICth , 1.01
Inches below the average and 1.0S less than tho preceding week's, Tho
mean temperatuio was 73 G". A. Irvine.
Walawa (18) Tho mean temperature was 70.?, and tho rnlnfall .29
Inch. A. Lister.
Ewa (18) Clear to cloudy woathor obtained, with traces of rainfall
on tho last two dates, .72 Inch below tho average, and .18 lens than last
week's. Tho mean temperature was 71.4. II, M idler.
Walanae (17) The menn temperatuio was 71.C, and thero wns no
rnlnfall, .34 Inch less than tho previous week's, nnd .00 below tho nver
nge. P. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (17) Tho mean temperature was 70.2, nnd tha rnlnfall
on tho 16th .14 Inch, 1 30 Inches below tho nvernge, nnd 1.19 less thnn
last week's. 1. 11. llorclko.
Llhue (17) Showers occurred on flvo dates nnd ntuoiinted to .31
Inch, 1.73 Inches less than during tho preceding week. The mean teni
pernturM was 08.0'. I.lhilo Plantation Co.
Eleele (17) Haiti Ml on ono date nnd amounted to .29 inch, 1.12
Inches loss than the previous week's Mctlrydo Sugar Co.
Makawelt (17) The mean temperature was 71.4, nnd there was no
rnlnfull, 2.08 Inches less than last week's, and .65 Inch below the nver
nge. Hawaiian Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Raneh(17) Tho menu tcmpetatiire wns 73 0, Showers
occurred on tho last two dates and nmnuiitcd to .47 Inch, .41 moio
than during tho preceding week. C. C. Conradt.
Molokal Ranch (17) There wns .05 Inch of rnlnfall on tho 17th
20 less than last week's. Tho mean teinpernturo was 72 0. I,. 11.
JOB FOR FIFTY DOLLAR CLERK.
There Is a Job for n clerk to the city
and comity olllces which white not Im
mediately placing tho successful appli
cant In the millionaire class, gives
piomlso of better things to come.
-Additional help Is required by tho
County Clerk. The Supervisors havo
authorized the npiHiliitmont of nu as
sistant clerk and tvpowiltor at a sum
not exceeding fifty dollars a month.
The successful applicant must demon
stinto In the satisfaction of the conn-
I ty olllctals that he or she can irniko
good before the munificent plum at
i the gift or tljo local government will
tbe dislodged nu I drop Into waiting
ISLAM TEMPLE MAY
HAVE TO SPLIT
Members Who Live In Cities Across
the Ear, Desiie Separate Lodce
Petition fcr Sams Turned
Indignant at the action of tho
mcmlieis of Islam Templo In turning
down their potltlon for the estab
lishing of n sin the In Oakland, sev
eral hundred Alameda county Shrln
eis met In Oakland Inst night, ap
pointed a committee nnd made plans
for n campaign nt tho Imperial Coun
cil to be held nt New Orleans in
April next for tho establishment of
un Oakland temple.
I.. . Potter, J. P. Wntcrhousa
nnd Pied W. Lo ll.illlster were np
polntcd ns such committee.
Theio nro nbout 400 Shrlncm in
Alameda county, nil members of Is
lam Temple. Six months ngo thoy
petitioned tho Snn Pranclsco Shrine
for n temple in Oakland, but tho
petition was denied.
Tho Oakland members claim that
their largo incmberbslilp is Hiihiclent
argument for, the establishment of n
Sf tarns' Electric A
jfjr JBATand ROACH PaU
WILL PROBE QIQ
Washington, Dec. 8. A concurrent
resolution vvub Intiodticcif today by
Hepresentntlvn Hitchcock of Nebrns
ka, directing the Secretuiy of Com
merce ami Labor to have tho Htiroan
of Corporations pieparo u statement
of the physical valuation of tho prop,
erty of the Western Union Telegraph
Company, tho Postal Telegraph Com
pany and tho American Telegraph
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JENNIE CROCKER LEFT
t MILLIONS BY UNCLE
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1 NEW YOIUC, December 8. A le
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I Pi out her father's cstnto Miss
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fending the seal Islands of Alaska
fioni Japanese maiaiiileis that comu
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long ago sevon JapuiiehO weio Mil- '
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The government leusea tho privi
lege of taking 15,000 seals poi year
to the North Amoilciin c.oninieiclnl
company. The company pavs the
government $10.21' for eveiy seal
taken, or over JIGO.OOO a year. Tlis
company Is not allowed to take scale
above or below u cuiluln size, but
the Japanese "phntea" takei u'uy
that they can get.
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