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BVEtftN'O nrjrXETIN.' HONOLULU, T.-HlrTtlESDAY, MAT 24, 1910.
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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN.
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I . HONOLULU, T. H., May 23, 1910.
Moderate lo heavy rains fell In the windward districts of Hawaii,
and at the higher altitude! of the Honolulu district of Oahu. In the
remaining portions of the Section the amounts were small.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the
tllffent districts of the several Islands: HAWAII North Kohala 0.20
to 0.59, Hamakua 2.84 to 3 23, North Hllo 2.85 to 3.46, South Hllo 2.5B
to 7 10, Puna 2.58 to 2.77, Kau 0.00 to 0.32, South Kona 0.03, and North
Kona 0.37! MAUI Makawao 0.65 to 1.89, Hana 0.35 to 1.03, Walluku
0.00. and Lahalna 0.32; OAHU Koolaupoko 0.07 to 0.72, Honolulu 0.34
at the lower levels to 5.84 at the higher, Ewa 0.05 to 1.C9, and Walanae
0.04; KAUAl 0.31 to 0.51; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.09 to 0.47.
Thq rainfall was above the average for the week In the windward
districts of Hawaii, the Lahalna district of Maul, and at the higher
levels of the Honolulu district of Oahu; elsewhere It was below the
T,he following are the departures, In Inches, from the average of ten
or more years In the several districts: HAWAII North Kohala 0.45
to 0.54, Hamakua 42.21 to 42.46, North Hllo 1.13 to 4246, South Hllo
40.52 to 44.16, Puna 41.44, Kau 0.14 to 0.38, and Ncrth Kona 1.15;
MAUI Makawao 0.33, Walluku 0.10, and Lahalna 40.19; OAHU
Koolaupoko 0.56 to 0.64, Honolulu 0.21 at the lower levels to
43.56 at the higher, Ewa 0.16, and Walanae 40.29; KAUAI Hanalel
0.71; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.20.
There was more rain than during the preceding week on Kauai and
Molokal, generally on Oahu, In the Lahalna district of Maul, and In the
Hamakua and South Hllo and generally In the North Hllo and Puna
districts of Hawaii. In the remaining portion of the Section there was
less rain than during last week.
The mean temperatures were higher than those of last week In the
North Kohala, Hamakua, North Hllo and South Hllo districts of Ha
waii, .In all districts of Maul, In alt districts of Oahu, excepting the
Walanae, and at all stations on Kauai, and Molokal. They were slight
ly lower than last week's In the Puna, Kau, South Kona and North
Kona districts of Hawaii, and In the Walanae district of Oahu.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the -principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 70.2' 2.25 Inches.
Maul 71.2 0.71 Inch.
Oahu 72.6 1.70lnches.
Kauai 72 0' 0.44 Inch.
Molokal 73.1 0 28 Inch.
; Entire Group 71.3 1.39 Inches.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Honolulu
generally partly cloudy weather obtained, with rainfall on four dates
amounting to 0.34 Inch, 0.21 less than the average for the week, and
0.30 more than during the preceding week. The maximum temperature
was 80, minimum 65, and mean 67.6, 2.3 below the weekly normal,
and 0.6 higher' than last week's. The mean dally relative humidity
varied from 62'! to 82',, and the mean for the week was 69.12 about
normal, Northeasterly winds prevailed, with an average hourly veto,
city of 8.3 miles. The mean dally barometerjanged from 30.12 to 29.98
Inches, and the mean for theiyek, 30JP7iws 0.05 Inch above normal.
(Note: The figures follow.lnfr..tho nameof station Indicate the dato
lth which the week's report closed.) V "
Puakea Ranch (19) Huln feil'on twoTdatos and amounted to .20
Inch, 1.52 Inches 1:m thnn during the preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Hill (19) Tho mean temperature was 70.9', Measurable
i-nln fell nn the last four dates anil nmoimtcd to .59 Inch.. .45 below tho
nvcrago, and 1.89 Inches lens than last week'B. T. II. Ulllc.
Nlulll (19) Showers occurred on the last Ave dates and totaled .48
Inch. .ul belqw the nvcrago. and 2.29 Inches less than tho previous
week's. Tho mean temperaturo was 71.3. P. 0. Pactow.
Kukulhaele (18) Tho mean temperaturo was 71.4 Showers oc
curred on six plates and ,n heavy rain on tho 16th arid nnioiinted to
2.SI Inches, 1.41 more than 'dm is the preceding week. P. V. Knnd
pen. Honokaa (IS) A heavy rnln occurred on tho loth and showers nn
four iaw and totaled 3.01 Inche J, 2.2J nboyo tho averago. and .41 Inch
morn than last week's. Tho mc.m temperaturo was 72.4. K. L. An
drews. Paauhau (18) Tho moan tpmiporaUire jvaj 71.6. Showers orcurrod
on threo dates and a heavy rain' on tno 'Htli and nmoimtcd to 3.23
Inches, 2.4G above the average, and .66 Inch more than tho previous
week's.. Louis Wilson. . . , r
Oookala (19) Ilalns fell onitlie"; lasfflve1 SiTtes and totaled 3.34
inches, 1.S0 above tho nverngo7 nri"d,01 mora than last week's Tho
mean tomperature was 70.9. W. O. Lawson.
Papaaloa (19) Thcro were four dates with rainfall, which amount
ed 'to 2.83 Inches, .29 Inch leas than during tho preceding week. C.
McLennan. , .
Honohlna (19) Showers ocenrred dallytnnil totaled 3.4G Inches, 1.13
nbovo tho averago, and 1.31 "mofo" than" ddrlng (ho provlous wcolt.
Wm. M. Frnscr.
Hakalau (19) Tho mean temperature was 70.0, nnd tho rainfall'
which occurred on ftvo dates 2.58 Inches, .52 Inch nbovo tho averago,
end .63 moro lhan lost week's. J. Krascr.
Pepeekeo (19) Showers occurred on six dates and totaled 2.91
Inches, 1.09 more than tho average. Tho mean temperaturo was 71.4.
Pepeekeo Sugar Co;
Papalkou (19) Showers occurred on tho first threo days nnd heavy
rains pn tho laRt four nnd amounted to 7.10 Inches, 4.1G nlovo tho
nerngo, and 3.29 moro than during tho prccollng week. John T.
Hllo (19) Tho menn temperaturo was 69.6. Showers occurred on
six dales and n heavy rain on tho 16th and totaled 4.03 inches, 1.95
abovo tho averago. and .24 Inch moro thnn last wcok's. L, C. Lyman.
Kapoho (19) Showers occurred on four dates nnd a heavy rain on
tho lOUi and amounted to 2.58 Inches, 1.44 abovo tho average, and 1.30
moro than tho provlous week's. Tho mean temperaturo was 71.0.
II. .1. Ijyman. t. t
Kaueleau (18) Tim moan tcmpcraliiro was C6.1. ShowcrB occurro.I
dally anil totaled 2.77 Inches, .28 Inch less than during tho preceding
week. U p. Turner.
Pah.ila (18) Jtalnlens weather continued, n deficiency of .38 Inch
In uverago weekly rainfall. Tho mean temperature was G9.0. Ha
wpllan Agricultural Co.
Naatehu (18) Rain occurred on two dates and nmoimtcd to .32
Inch, tllat nmount mora than during tho preceding week, and .14 lesi
than tho average C. Henry White.
Kealakekua (19) Showers occurred on tho last two dates nnd
nmoimtcd to .08 Inch, .91 less thnn during tho provlous week. Hubert
Kealakakua (18) Tho mean temperaturo was 07.0. Showers oc
curred on llirca dales nnd totaled .37 Inch, .62 less than last wcok's,
nnd 1.15 Inches below tho average. Ilev, Samuel II, Davis.
I8LAND OF MAUI. ,
Haiku (19) Light "truileB" prevailed, with cool weather and miiph
cloudiness nnd measurablo rain on tho last flvo dates totaling ,65 Inch,
.33 kotow tho average, and .61 less than last week'B. Tho mean tem
peraturo was 69.4. D. D, Daldwln.
Huclo (19) The menn tompornturo was 08.2. Showes occurred on
tho last ne dates and totaled 1.89 Inches. Jos. L. Forrelra.
Nahlku (18) TJioro were six days with rainfall, which amounted" to
1.03 Inches, 1.46 less than during the preceding wcolt. (Tho mean tem
perature was Cfl.8 C. 0. Jacobs. h
Hana (17) Tho mean temperature was 73.2. Showers occurred on
two dates and amounted to .25 Inch, .64 lees than tho provlous woek's.
5eo. O, Coopor. I
Kihulul (19) Therq was no rainfall, .03 Inch less than last woolc's,
and .10 below tho avorago. Tho mean temperaturo was 74.8. H, I,
Kaanapall (19) Tho moan temperature was 74.5. There was n
trace' of rain on tho 15th nnd .32 Inch on the 18th, .19 nbovo tho aver
ago, and .27 moro than tho previous week's, Capt. C. P. Turno,
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Maumwlll Ranch (20) Tho mean tomperaturo was 71.8. Showers
occurred on tho Inst six dales and totaled ,72 Inch, .61 below the aver
age, and .58 less than last week's. John Herd.
Walmanalo (20) There was .07 Inch of rainfall on the 18th, that
nmount more than the previous week's, and ,56 loss than tho average,
The mean temperaturo was 76.0". A, Inlne.
Luakaha (20) Rain fell on five ddtes heavy on tho 18th and 19th.
nnd nt tho upper stntlon nmountlng In 5.01 Inches, 3.S7 more than dur
ing tho preceding week. At tho lower station tho nmount was B.84
Inches, 3.5(1 above (ho average, and, 4.06 moro thnn last week's. I,. A.
Walaw.(21) Tho mean temperaturo was 71,2, and tho rainfall 1,09
Inrhes. .66 Inch moro than during; tho preceding week. A. Lister.
Ewa (21) Tho moan tompornturo was 73 0 and tfio ralnfnll which
oconrird on tho 15th .05 Inch. ,03 moro thnn tho preceding weok's.
nnd .10 less than tho nvorogo. n, Muller.
Walanae (20) Showers occurred on two dates and amounted lo 141
Inch, that nmount moro than thq previous work's, nnd .29 moro than
111" nvfliimo. Tim moan IrniliqriUuio wns 71,0. 1 Mr-yor. r
(Hocelted too late to 1)2 considered In averages)
Schofield Barracks (20) Mcasurabls", rain foil on three dates and
amounted to .38 Inch, .03 less than last week's. 'The mean temperature
was CD.o;. Copt.' C. F, .Morse, Mcd.J Corn's, , ' .,' ,A r Ja t L. JH
Balloting By Blocks
Continued By Contestants
Workers Are Gathering Votes In Rapid
Fire Style During Final Week
llallotlng In blocks continued cb-j Hawaii, Maul and Kauai.
tordny, almost ns ninny otes being
cast ns there wore Baturd.iy
Mrs. Moore, chnporono candldato,
AH contestants and their friend.
living In Hawaii. Maul and Kauai
districts nnd depending on the mails
Is moving her total ahead with nd-!to bring their subscriptions to tho
unions 01 liny nnu one uuuiirrti
thousands. The vote given her yes
terday places her In nn enviable po
sltlon nt first, with more than four
hundred thousand" votes.
Mrs. Slomson tried n vote spurt
yesterday, and Jumped to second
place, after casting more thnn twen
ty thousand votes. Tho friends of
Mrs. llcggs arc confident of vlcto'y
nnd point out that her present posi
tion nt third Is an Indication tnat
she Is strong enough to keep within
range of tho other two leaders and
that nt,the final count she will ttiko
Re that ns It may, there Is no
question thnt the friends of these
three chapcrone candidate! are giv
ing every support they rnn nnd nro
nil meeting with n success that trakes
It Impossible to tell which one 'Will
develop the most strength foi the
The chapcrone candidates wcie not
the oniy ones who cast b'lg vote
blocks yesterday. Miss McCa'ic, In
second place. In District 1 took n
fifty thousand leap yisterday and
closed up tho gap between lwr nnd
Miss Pnngellnan. After having a
lead of more than n hundred thou
sand. Miss Pangelluan now faces the
fact thnt she is but thirty tl ousand
votes ahead of Miss IlcCabe.
Miss Sasaki, at third, one of the
most consistent contest woikers, Is
confident of securing one of tho Dis
trict 1 tripe, nnd la gathering sub
scriptions in rapid-fire style for the
Premium 'Offer Renewed.
The premium offer was renewed
on Monday for the last time. It
has been changed In no way since
made three weeks ago. It allows
five thousand extra votes for every
candidate who turns In, or has turn
ed In for her, three new or three old
dally subscriptions, Two thousand
five hundred votes nro given for
every club of five new or five old
II ul le tin 6mco MUST be sure
nnd have all their votes nnd sub
scriptions In the 'ballot-box beforo 8
o'clock p, m. SATURDAY, MAY 28,
ns that Is the tlmo set for the final
count of tho votes, nnd any votes
coming In after thnt date will not
he counted nnd allowed, Thoso send
Injjln votes or subscriptions Bhoulil
RKOISTRR same before mailing, as
there will be less chnnce for them
lo be lost In the malls, nnd If any
should bo lost nnd show up after the
final count fg made, they will not bo
counted or allowed, as tho count on
Saturday 'evening will be final. Tho
nbovo rulo will also apply to Dis
trict No. 1.
Important Notice to Subscribers.
You are entitled to votes for every
subscription payment ,to the Bul
letin von hnv mnrlf since March
7: Hunt up your receipts and send
them to the Contest Department, if
you have not voted. The receipts
will be returned to you. You vote
for two contestants a trip and a
chapcrone candidate. Name the two
for whom you wish to vote when
sending in subscription payments or
when returning receipts for votes.
Contest Closes May 28, 8 p. m.
Saturday, May tho twenty-eighth,
is the tlmo set for the close of the
contest and all votes and subscrlp
tlonSt.MUST he In; the Dulletin
office on that drite.'-'Tho closing hour
will bo at 8 o'clock p. m. on May
28th, and those depending on tlje
malls to bring their subscriptions to
the Dulletin office MUST have
all votes and subscriptions In the
ballot box before 8 o'clock p, m. on
that dato. The Judges for the final
count of the ballots will be chosen
from prominent business men of Ho
nolulu; their names will bo announc
ed In duo season; Each contestant
will have tho rjght to select a friend
or relative to represent her nnd look
after her Interests1 during the final
count of tho ballots.
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
Many NRW and BKAUTIFUL HATS now on
view, including the latest Paris' Fancies, such 'as?
I-IINDOSTAN TURBANS, pHANT liCLMR, an:d " -
T-AXK ' '',
Ir you want a real nice M IOTO R. , BONN W e ' -t
now have it. - . ."'-." '..
Also VEILS and VEILING lor different occasions.
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
Forf Street, above Hotel
Mrs. W. 0. Moore Honolulu
Mrs. Helen Siemson H'lo ....
Mrs. Beggs, Fuunenc Hospital . ...Puunenc ,
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa . . .
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina .
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Annhola .
Mrs. Wm, Kruse Wahiawa
Standing of Trip Contestants
DISTEICT HO. 1.
Miss Angie Pangelinan, Palm Cafe.
Honolulu ...... .7. ...... . 293,452
Miss Mary McCabe. Kamolani Ma- ' ' L
ternity Home , Honolulu . . . . .Vft .?,
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1457 Auld Lane. Honolulu
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
Miss Rebecca Macy . . . Waialua --. . .
Miss Honey Voss , Honolulu
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. ..Hoonlulu
Miss Emma French, Sachs Honolulu
Miss Lucy K. Barber Honolulu
Miss Bose Amia Honolulu
Miss Mary Bias . . .' Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo
Miss Helen Watson Hilo ".
Miss Queenle Scharratt, Kamuela. .Hilo .'.'r. .
Miss Louisa de Harne Kohala
Miss Katherine, Clark Kailua ,',.
Miss Kuulei Hapaii Hilo .'.
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . , .North Kona
Miss Annip Kai . Keauhou
Miss Louisa Hapal Hilo . , ; .
Mary H. Kawewebi Keauhou ;
Miss" Mary Nailima ..., Pahala , ,
Miss Mary Arakawa ...Hilo
Miss Rose K. Nalima ,.,Hilo .
Miss Annie Aiu : Kailua
' DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockett .-. Lahaina , . ,
Miss Annabelle Mundon .Kapaa' , , ,
Miss Mary Marciel Kahakuloa ..-...,.
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court Wailuku ; . ,
Miss Alice Ai ....l,.f Lihue ..,
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai Molokal
Miss Waiaholo Lahaina ,
. . 3,238
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (20)Thq mean temperature was 72.4", Showers occurr'od
nn four dates and totaled .51 Inch. .71 Jess than tho average, nnd .21
moro than Inst week's. L. II. Borqtko.
Kealla (20) The moan temperature was 71.8. Makeo Sugar Co.
Lihue (2fl)T&hnneis occunod on hIx dates and totaled .31 Inch, ,0$
moro than during tho preceding: week, Tho mean temperaturo wns
71.0. l.lhuo Plantation Co.
Eleele (20) Huln fell on four dates and amounted In .49 inch, .30
more than during tho preceding week. Mcllrydo Sugar Co.
ISLAND Of rvOLOKAI(
Mapulehu Ranch (20) Tho mean tomperaturo was 73 9, Mmsur
nhlo inln foil pn Ihipn dales nnd nmmmriM In .17' Inch, .20 more than
durlnK Urn profiling work C. V'. Cnnrndt.
Molokal Ranch (20) Thcro WB3 .09 Inch of rainfall on tho JOth. .50
V less than tho nvornse. Tho rafcin temperaturo was T2 h. B, Novln.
J ia.Jr'lbni.sif! i ... i' AiL .,.'xJ3i.i& tiW.,' . oin- m -J-i . ,
THE DISTRICTS ARE AS FOLLOWS
District No. 1 Includes the City nnd I
county of Honolulu.
District No. 2 Includes tbo County
District No, 3 Includes tho Counties
of Molokal and Maul.
Thcro nro five trips that uro appor
tioned as follows: I
Two to District No. 1.
, Ono to District No. 2.
, Ono to District No. 3.
Tho fifth trip goes to tho matron
who secures tho most otus for chap
crone. Don't forget the candidates for
chapcrone are candidates at-large.
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' are rcqucsted'to bring someone with, Ihem lo waieh Iholr lnter-
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Ocean View Tract
"Isn't life worth living when you can live on such a snott" This is the remark retcntly made
by a wealthy malihini while standing on lot 12 in block 108, located in the tenter of the New
Ocean View Tract, looking north towards the Waimanalo Mountains 'resting underneath the silver-
lined clouds. Then turning to the east he saw Koko Hnad in its crimson attire, dazzling in bits of I
rainbow and surrounded in leagues ,pf ocean view as for couth as Diamond Head, arising out of the
sea in all its splendor, with the golden twilight of tho setting sun in the west transforming the heav
ens into a miracle of colors, h: said: "This is a wonderful place with its glorious air and health
giving breeze. It matters not how far this spot may be from the car line or what the commercial
future of your city may be, I want to buy two lots in this block and build a brown stone bungalow.
It isimy intention to live hersa few months of cvery'year durin? the balance of my life!"
Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; size, 75 ft. x 150 ft., or 11,250
'square feet each. Our terms' arc $50 cash down and $10 per month on each lot. Call up Telephone
059 and make an apppintment With one of our representatives.
Like Giving Away Money
When an absolute stranger, who lias traveled the world over and has seen all the best residen
tial districts in large cities, makes such a favorable statement about property selling at only $400
per lot. wo can not help but feel proud of the fact that we are causing, our friends to make homesite
investments that will be appreciated more and more as the yearj roll by. Ever since we introduced
the New Ocean View Tract to the public, we knew, considering the scenery, elevation, climate, prices,
etc., etc., that we were offering residential property that would compare favorably with any subur.
ban investment in the United States. Out: sales during the paU few months, the excellent class of
people to whom we have soil, and tha favorabh imoression ma3e upon everyone who has seen our
property, is sufficient proof that a recorded Deed or Sale Agreement for a few lots in the OCEAN
VIEW TBACT is far better th'an any investment you can make. It pleases us to know that our
friends are going to be more Own satisfied.
The entire Kaimuki District today is the center of home-builling activity.' There are now thirty-'
seven new homes under construction. Our sales have reached the enormous sura of $125,000, and out
of one hundred and seven purchasers we have thirly-eMit who intend to build homes ih the New
Ocean View Tract fust as soon as the new Government Reservoir now under construction can supnly
pure artesian water, and iust 'ns soon as we can lay in the water pipes which we have on the prop
crty fcr the pumose. We invito you to call at our office and look oven the list qf our purchasers and
consider the names of those who arc going to build, and judge for yourself whether or not the New
Oc'ean View Tract will be ths coming Residential District of Greater Honolulu.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT STREETS
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