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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Dec. 20, 1909.
The rainfall was very light throuflhout the Section, and every ttatlon
having a reeo'd of ten or more years reported a deficiency ai compared
with the average. Good rains are believed to have occurred on tho
windward sides of Hawaii and Maul on the 18th and 19th. These will
be moat opportune, at the need of rain was belnp, severely felt In the
Kchala and Hamakua districts; and In tl.e latter dlmtrlct the moiiture
In the mountains was becoming very small In amount.
The following are the departures from the avorage of ten or more
years. In Inches, In the several districts of the different Islands:
HAWAII North Kohala 0.93 to 1.13, Hamakua 1.33 and 1.31,
North Hllo 2.11 to 2.70, Puna 151, Kau 0.55, and North Kona
0.62; MAUI Makawao 1.23; OAHU Koolauloa 0.70, Koolaupoko
1.61, Honolulu 0.47, Cwa 0.72 and Walanao 0.66; and KAUAI
Hfnalel 1.30. and Walmea 0.55.
The following are the amounts of rainfall In Inches, during the week
In the several districts: HAWAII North Kohala 0.C0 to 0.15 Hama
kua 0.16 to 0.32, North Hllo 0.06 to 0.13, South Hllo 0.00 to 0.33, Puna
0.04 to 0.07, Kau 0.11, South Kona 000, and North Kona 0.06 and the
average weekly amount was the smallest In about two years; MAUI
Makawao 0.30 to 0 57, Hana 0.06, Walluku O.CO to 0.13; OAHU Kooliu
loa 0.15. Koolaupoko 0.04, Honolulu 0.35 Ewa trace to 0.29, and Wal.
rnae 0 00; KAUAI Hanalel 0.14, Llhue 0.34, Koloa 0.29, and Walmei
0.00; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.05 to 0.47.
All stations In the North Hllo South Hllo Puna, Kau, 3outh Kona
and North Kona districts of Hawaii, all In the Kooliupoko. Honolulu,
twa and Walanae districts of Oahu, and all bn Maul, and Kauai re
port less rainfall than during the preceding week the deficiencies In
the South Hllo. Puna. Kau South Kona and North Kona districts of
Hawaii, generally on Kauai, and In the Hana district of Maul being
Decidedly lower mean temperatures than those of the preceding wee
were reported from Kauai, the southeistern portion of the Molokal dis
trict of Molokal, th Honolulu and Walnfe districts of Oahu, the Hana
district of Maul, and the North Kohala, Hamakua, Puna and southern
portion ofvthe South Hllo districts of Hawaii the changes ranging gen
erally from 2.0' to 3.2'.
A northwest gale occurred at Kahuku, Oahu, on the 14th.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature ano
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 71.0" 0.10 Inch.
Maul 69.4' 0.21 Inch.
Oahu 71.4" 0.14 Inch.
Knual 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 Weather Bureau in Honolulu
clear to partly eUudy weather generally obtained, with traces of rain,
fall en three dates and measurable amounts on the last two days
amounting to 0 35 Inch, 0.47 below the normal amount for the week, and
0.32 less than during the precedlrg week. The maximum temperature
was 78", minimum 62', and mein 71.0, 10 less than the normal, and
2.2' lower than last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied
from 66X to 82 , and the mean for the week was 74.6 J. about 5 .
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 29.94 to 30.03 Inches,
and the mean for the week, 29.59 was 0.02 Inch above normal,
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note:-Tho neuron following tho nnmo of station lncllcalo the
date with which tho week's report cloccd.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (10) There wan mi rainfall, .38 Inch lesB tlnin during
the preceding week.- A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (17) Tho mean leniiierutiiro was r,9.8 nml the rain
f .ill which occurreil on three dates .ir, Inch, .98 lens than tho aver
age unil .13 morn thnn Inst week'.--Dr. It. P. Itond.
Kohala Mill (10) Truces of rain occurred on two dates, n deficiency
of 1 13 Inches In nverago weekly rainfall, and .17 Inch less than the
pi o Ions week's. Tho mean temporntiiro wns 71.5. T. It. Ulllo.
Nlulll (lli) Tho mean tompernturo wns 71.1. Showers occurreil
on two Mates nnd aniountcil to .00 Inch, .03 less than last week's, and
1.03 Inches lielow the ncrflKe. F. C. I'aclow,
Kukulhaele (10) There wns .30 Inch of rainfall on tho 10th, that
n mount more than during the preceding week. Tho mean tcinperalura
wns 73.1. II. T. Hnrcl.iy,
Honokaa (15) Tho mean temperature was 71.2, and the rnlnfnll
.32 Inch on tho 11th , .30 mora thnn InBt week's, nnd 1.34 Inches
below the nvi-rnpe. I' V. Kntldscn.
Paauhau (15) There wns .10 Inch of rnlnfnll on tho 12th. Ihnt
imioimt mote than the preceding week's, nnd 1.33 Inches below tliu
nverngo. The mean leniiierutiiro wns 72.0. Louis Wilson.
Laupahoehoe (Hi) There was .13 Inch of rnlnfnll on tho Hth,
.30 less than during tho previous week, nnd 3'.10 Inches below tho
average. i:, V. Iliirnnrd,
Honohlna (10) Light showers occurred on two dntcs nnd totaled
00 Inch .73 less than diirliiB the preceding wcok, nnd 2.25 Inches below
tho aorage. Wm. M. Primer.
Hakalau (Hi) The mean temperature was 71.3, and tho rnlnfnll
on tho Hth .01 Inch, 2.H Inches below tho average, and 1.49 less than
latt week's. .1. Krnser,
Pepeekeo (10) Showers occurred on two ilntes nnd amounted to
.33 Inch. .11 Ipss than tho pruvlous week's, and 2.10 Inches below tho
nverngo. The menu temperature wns 73.1. Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Papalkou (IR) Measurable ruin fell on two dntcs and amounted to
.in! Inch 1 o! Inches less thnn during the preceding week, and 2.7U
below tho nierape John T. Molr.
Hllo (10) Tho mean temperature wns 74.0. nnd (hero was no rnln
fnll, ,3."i Inrh lens than Inst week's, nnd 2 39 Inches below tho nvcrngo.
.I.. C. I.Miinn. ""'"
Ponahawal (10) Showers occurred on two dates nnd nniounled to
.12 Inch 1.09 Inr-hoB loss than during tho preceding week. Tho mciin
leiiiperatii-e wns 08.2". .1. B. Gamnllolson.
Kapoho (10) The mcnn.tcmpcrnturo wns 71.0. Rnlnfnll occurred
on two dntcs nnd amounted to .07 Inch .28 loss thin List week's, and
1.51 Inches below the nvcruKO. II. J. I.ymnn.
Kaueleau (15) Fhowers occurred on two dnles nnd aniountcil to .01
Inch, 4.98 Inches less (han during tho preceding week. Thu mean
temperature was 07.0". I.. P. Turner.
Pshala 1151 Tho mean temperature wns 09 2. nnd tho, rainfall
on tho Hth .11 Inch, .63 liolow the average, and. 2.59 Inches less thnn
lust week's. Ilnwnllnn Agricultural Co.
Kealakekua (10) There was no rainfall, 1.52 Inohcs'lCKs thnn during
tho previous week. Robert Wnllace.
Kealakekua (13) Tho mean temporaturo was 71.fi. Rain fell on
two .lutes nnd amounted to .00 Inch, .62 below tho average, and 1.03
Inches less than Inst week's llov, Samuel II. Dals.
ISLAND TIF MAUI.
Haiku (101 Light ensterly and variable winds nnd partly cloudy
weather prevailed, with ralufnll on two dales amounting to .30 Inch,
.10 less thnn last wook's. nnd 1.28 Inches below tho nvorugc. Tho
moan temperature wns 70.9. D. D. Paldwln. i
Huelo (10) Tho mean temperature was 68.4.' There wns .67 Inch
01 rnlnfnll on tho lClh , .60 Icbs thnn during tho preceding week.
Jos, I,. Perrelra
Nahlku (13) Showers occurred on three dnles nnd totnled .00 Inch,
1.03 Inches less than lust wcek'B. Tho menu temperature wus 60 8.
C. O. Jacobs.
Klhel (10) Tho mean temperature wns 69.4. nnd thoro wus no
rainfall -O. W. Ilennlg,
Walluku (10) There wns .13 Inch of rnlnfnll on tho 10th, .27
less thnn during tho piecedlng week. Tho mean temperature wns
71.0'. Ilrolher Prank.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (17) Tho mean temperature wns 70.3. Showers occurreil
on the last two ilntes and umoiinted to .15 Inch. .70 below the avci
ago nnd .21 less thnn last week's. n. T. ChrlstophcrBon,
Walmanalo (17) There wan .04 Inch of rainfall on tho 16th , 1.01
Inches below tho average and 1.05 loss than tho preceding wook's. Tho
mean temperature was 73.0. A. Irvine.
Walawa (18) Tho mcun temperature wns 70.2, and tho rainfall .29
Inch. A. Lister.
Ewa (18) Clear to cloudy weather obtained, with traces of rnlnfnll
on tho last two dntcs, .72 inch below tho nvorugc. and .18 less than last
week's. Tho mean temperature wus 71.4.t-U. Mullcr.
Walanae (17) Tho menn temperature wns 71.0. nnd there was no
rnlnrnll. .34 Inch less than tho previous week's, nnd .00 below tho uvor
ngo. P. Mcjer.
I8LAND OF KAUAI.
Kltauea (17) Tho mean temperature was 70.2', and tho rainfall
on tho 15th .14 Inch, 1.30 Inches below tho nvcrngo, and 1.19 less than
Inst week's. I.; 11. Horclko.
Uhue (17) Shower occurred on five dntcs nnd nniountcil to .31
Inch, 1.73 Inches less thnn during the preceding week. Tho menu tem
perature wns 68.0'. I.lljuo Plantation Co. ,'..,
Eleete (17) Haln foil on one dato nnd amounted to .29 Inch, 1.12
Inches less than the previous wcek'n. Mcllrydo Sugar Co.
Makawell (17) The mean temperature was 71.4. and there wns no
rnlnfnll, 2.08 Inches less thnn last week's, nnd .65 Inch below tho aver
age. Hawaiian Sugnr Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranehd") Tho menn temperature was 73.0. Showers
occurred on tho last two ilntes nnd amounted, to .47 Inch, .41 moio
than during tho preceding week. C. CConradt.
Molokal Ranch (17) There wjis .05 Inch of rnlnfnll on tho 17lh
20 less tlitin InH week's. Tho menn temperature wns 72.0. I.. II.
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Aildltlonnl help Is lequlred by tho
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.inthorii'cd tho apiHilntincnt of an as
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Members Who Live In Cities Across
the Bay, Desire Separate Lodge
Petition for Same Turncl
Indlcniint at tho nctlon of tho
incnibciti of lahtm Temple In. turning
down their petition for tho cstnh- (
llshlng of n shrine In Oakland, sov (
oral hundred Alamcdn county Shrln-
era met In Oakland Inst night, ap
pointed a committee and made plans
l for a campaign at the Imperial Conn- I
jell to be held at New Orleans In I
I April next for the establishment of
nn UUMunti irnipie.
I. W. Potter, J. P. Wnterhouse
and Pied W. I.e llnlllstcr were ap
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There are about 400 Shrlners In
Alameda county, all members of 1s
lam Temple. Six months ago they
petitioned tho Ban Francisco Shrlno
for n temple In Oakland, hut tho
petition wus denied.
Tho Oakland members claim that
their large membership Is sufficient
argument for tho establishment of u
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Washington, Dec. 8. A concurrent
resolution was Introduced today by
Hcpresontntlvo Hitchcock of Nebras
ka, directing tho Secretary of Com
meico nnd l.ubor to have tho Hurcji.
of Corporations picpuro a statement
of the pli.Milcal vnlunllon of tho prop
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