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nvns'iNo nui.LETiN, Honolulu, t. it., Tuesday, auo. , inio.
reason (lint wives nml children nf
several of those killed witnessed the
-WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN,
HONOLULU. T H., Auguit 8, 1910.
The rainfall was above the average of the week for ten or more
years at nil stations having iuch record! on Oahu, and Molokal, and
In the Walmea district of Kauai, and the Makawao and Walluku dls
t'lcts of Maul, It wat below the weekly average at all stations on
Hawaii, and In the Lahalna district of Maui and the Hanalel and Ka
walhau districts of Kauai.
The followlnq are the departures from the average, In Inches, In the
different districts of the several Islands'. HAWAII North Kohala
0.15 to 0.18, Hama'kua 1.03 to 1.10, North Hllo 1.31, 8outh
Hllo 0 32 to 1.67, Puna 0 10, Kau 0 43, and North Kona 1.04;
MAUI Makawao -1.23, Walluku 40 41, and Lahalna O.10; OAHU
Koolaupoko 40 90 to 1.10, Honolulu 40.44 to 2 24, and Ewa 40.28;
KAUAI Hanalel 0 69. Kawalhau 003, and Walmea 40.01) and
MOLOKAI Molokal 40.79.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall for the week, In
Inches, In the several districts: HAWAII North Kohala 0 82 to 0.90,
Hamakua 0 00 to 0.15, North Hllo 0 68 to 1.48, South Hllo 0.93 to 2 48,
Puna 1.14 to 204, Kau 004, South Kona 1.10, and North Kona 0.77;
MAUI Makawao 2 53 to 5 09, Hana 1.09 to 2.64, Walluku 0 00 to 0 67,
and Lahalna 0.21; OAHU Koolaupoko 1.45 to 2.13, Honolulu 0.79 to
5 21. Ewa 0 40 to 1.18, Walanae 0.10, and Walalua 0 89; KAUAI Hana
lel 0 45, Kawalhau 0 37, Llhue 0 30, Koloa 0.43, and Walmea 0.16; and
MOLOKAI Molokal 103 to 273.
The mean temperatures were higher than those of the preceding
week at all stations on Hawaii, excepting one In the North Kohala dls.
trlct; at all but two on Maul; at those In the Ewa and Walalua dls.
trlcts of Oahu; at all on Kauai, and In the Interior of Molokal; and
lower than last week's on the southern coast of Molokal; in the Koo
laupoko and Honolulu districts of Oahu; In portions of the Hana dls
trlct of Maul, and In parts of the North Kohala district of Hawaii. The
(ireatest excesses occurred generally In the South Hllo. Kau and North
Kona districts of Hawaii, and the Hana, Walluku and Lahalna districts
of Miui, and ranged from 10 to 28; the largest deficiency was 1.4',
and occurred In the North Kohala district of Hawaii, and was the only
deficiency exceeding 1.0.
The following table shows the weekly averages of tempsratur and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Oroup:
Hawaii . . . 735 1.12 Inch"
Maul 74.9' 1.59 Inch.
Oahu .. . 75.8 2 13 Inches
Kauai 76.7s 0.34 Inch
Molokal ... 70 0 1.88 Inches
Entire Oroup 74 7 1.36 Inches
At the local office of the United States Weather Dureau In Honolulu
partly cloudy to cloudy weather obtained, with traces of rainfall on
three dates and measurable amounts on the remainder amounting to
0 79 Inch, 0.44 above the normal for the week, and 0 53 more than dur.
Ing the preceding week. The maximum, temperature was 82, mini
mum 70", and mean 76.5 , 13" below the weekly normal, and 08"
lower than last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied
from 61 to 77 , and the mean for the week, 69.93, was normal.
Northeasterly winds prevailed on each day of the week, with an aver
age hourly velocity of 10 0 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged
from 30.02 to 30 12, and the mean for the week was 3006 Inches, 0 08
inch above the normal.
REMARK8 BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: The figures following the name of station Indicate the data
with which the week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII. .,
Kohala Mission (3) Tlip moan temperature wan C8 8' (?). Ilaln
fell iii four ilatCH mid nmounled to .82 Inch, .18 liolnw the overage.
Hint 03 less than lant week's. I)r 11 I). Bond.
Kohala Mill tt) Showers occurred on tlio last five date and lolnloil
.90 Inch, 43 less tlinn tlio previous week's, ami .16 tiolnw the overdue.
The mean temperature was 74 4. T. 11. Ulllo.
Kukulhaele (3) Tlio mean temperature wag 75 !i", and there wan
no rainfall, .C'J Inch less than during the preceding week. I. V.
Honokaa (3) There was .IS Inch of rainfall on tlio 1st, that
amount more than lnnt week's, anil 1.03 Inches below tho average. The
mean temperature was 73 2'. K I Androws.
Paauhau (3) The mean temperature won 75.2", and tlio rainfall
which occurred on the 31st, .04 Inch, .16 less than tho previous
wevk'K, and 110 Inches below tho average Louis Wilson,
Ookala (4) Showers occurred on three dates and totaled .C8 Inch,
.38 less than during: the preceding week, nnd 1.31 Inches below the
uterago W. O. I.awaon.
Papaaloa (4) Ilaln foil on tho last four dates nnd amounted to
1 48 Inches, .110 Inch more than tho previous week's. C. McLennan.
Hakalau (4) The mean temperature was 74.4. There were three
iIij-h with rainfall, which amounted' to 91 Inch, .39 Iohs than last
week's, nnd 1 67 Inches below the aterage. J, Fraser
Pepeekeo (4) Showers occurred on the last five dates and totaled
1.72 Inches, 73 Inch less than the average, and .98 more than the
previous week's. Tho mean temperature was 75 0. Pepeekeo Sugar
Papalkou (41 Unln fell on six dates and amounted to 2.31 Inches,
1.36 below the average, and .31 Inch less than during the preceding
week. John T Molr.
Hllo (4) The mean temperature was 75.4. and tho rainfall which
occurred dally 2.32 Inches, .4.C Inch more than last week's, and .32
less than the average. I.. C I.ymun.
Ponahawal (I) Showers occnrmi oil the Inst five dates and totaled
2.48 Inches, .88 Inch more than during the preceding week. Tlio mean
temperature wns 71.5. J, 13. flamallelson.
Kapoho (4) The mean temperature was 74 0, and the rainfall
which occurred on four dates 1.31 inches, ,10 Inch less than the nver
age II J, I.yman
Kaueleau (3) Tlio mean temperature was 70.4, and the rainfall
whtt.ii occurred on six dntes 2.04 Inches, .37 inch less than the previ
ous week's L. V Turner
Pahala (3) There was 04 Inch of rainfall on t,ho 28th, tnat amount
mora than last week's, nnd .43 less than the average. Tho mean torn
peraturo was 73.4 Hawaiian Agricultural Co ,
Kealakekua (4) 'Showers occurred on two dntes and totaled 1.10
inches. Robert Wallace.
Kealakekua (3) The mean temperature wns 71.0. Tlnln fell on
four dates nnd amounted to .77 Inch, 1 04 Inches below tho uverugo,
mid 1.4G less than Inst week's Itev, Samuel II. Davis.'
ISLAND OF MAUI.
' Haiku (4) Light "trades" prevailed, with gonorully partly cloudy
weather and rainfall on six dntes amounting to 2 53 inches, 1 23 above
the nerngo, and 2.16 mora than last week's. Tho mean temperature
wus 72.8 D. I) Uuldwln.
Huelo (4) The mean temperature was 71.9. and tho rainfall
which occurred dully, 6 09 Inches, 3.79 more thun during the preced
ing week. Jos U, I'errelra
Nahlku (3) Showers occurred dally and totaled 2 64 Inches, 1,01
more thnn last week's. Tho mean tempernturo wns 70 6. C. O.
Hana (1) Tho mean tempernturo wns 75.1. Ilaln fell on bIx dates
nnd amounted to 1.09 Inches, .44 Inch more thnn during the preceding
week. Geo. O. Cooper. '
Puunene (4) There wns .20 Inch of rainfall on the 3rd, that amount
moro thnn during tho preceding week The menn temperature was 76.C.
Kahulul (4) Showers occurred on tho last two dates and totaled
.60 Inch, that amount moro thnn Inst week's, nnd .41 nbove tho aver
ago. The mean tempernturo wns 78.0. II, I. Shoemaker.
Walluku (4) Tlio mean tempernturo was 76.3. There wait .67 Inch
of rainfall on the flh, that amount more than ditrlnghe preceding
week. Urother Frank. r
Kaanapall (4) There wns a trace of rainfall on the 2nd and .21
Inch on the 4th. thnt amount moro .than Inst week's, nnd .10 lesB than
the nverngo Tlio moan tomperaturo wns 78 0'. Cnpt. C, F. Turne,
I8LAND OF OAHU.
Maunawlll Ranch (5) Tho mean temperuturo was 73 9. Ilaln fell
on six dates and amounted to 2.13 Inches, .90 Inch above tho average,
and .43 moro than last week's John Herd.
Walmanalo (5) Showers occurred on three dates anil totaled 1.45
Inches, 1 10 nbove tho aerago, and .40 Inch moro than tho previous
week's, Tho mean temporuturo was 78 7". A. Irvine.
Luakaha (5) Ilaln fell dally excessively heavy on the 4th, at the
upper station amounting to 5.21 Inches, 1 73 more than during the
previous week; nnd nt the lower station totaling 4 90 Inches, 2.24 above
tho average, and 126 moro than last week's. I A. Moore.
Walawa (6) Tho menn tempernturo was 75 8. nnd tho ralnfull
1 18 Inches. A I.lster
Ewa (6) Showers occurred on three dates nnd totnled .40 Inch,
.28 moro thnn Die nvcrage and 02 less thnn last week's, The mean
tomperaturo was 77 2 It Muller
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Walanae (5) There was .10 Inch of rainfall on the 4th, .19 less
thnn the previous week's, nnd 08 below the average. The mean tem
perature was 7S C, v Moer.
Schofleld Barracks (6) Tho mean 'temperature was 72 6. Traces
of rain fell on the first four dates and mensurable amounts on tho
rrmnlulng. totaling 89 Inch, .69 moro than during the preceding week.
Cppt. C. F. Morso, Med Corps.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauoa (5) The mean tempernturo wns 70, 1". Ilaln full mi the
What Army and Navy J
Are uoing :
'Once Crack Cruisers Ready for
I I'llll.ADKI.l'HIA, Aug. 2
unval board headed by llear-Adnitrnl
Thomas began tenia) the taBk at the
local navy nrd of passing on tho
fnte of three cruisers which but a
.few years ngo were undisputed lend
ers In their classes.
THe vessels nre'the armored cruis
er Hrooklyn nnd the protected cruis
ers Columhln and Minneapolis. The
three cost more thnn IS.r.Oll.OUU, ex
clusive of their armament. The
Columbia and Minneapolis are most
in danger of being ronslgned to the
The Hrooklyn, Admiral Schley's
flagship In the Spanish-American
wur. Is In better shape, and Is more
likely to be ordered overhauled and
Bids for Warships.
WASHINGTON, D, C, Aug, 2.
lllds for the construction of one of
the two battleships and the two col
liers authorized by Congress will lie
advertised for by the Navy Depart
ment October 1, according to the
announcement made today by Act
ing Secretary of the Nav W'lntlirop,
Captain Robert H. Feck
Dismissed From Army,
WASHINGTON, 0. C Aug. 2
President Tnft has npproved t lit.
court-mnrtlnl findings sentencing to
dismissal Captain Itobert It. Peck of
the Twenty-fourth Infantry, recent
ly tried In the Department of the
Kast and found guilty of conduct
unbecoming an o nicer and gentle
man, disrespectful behavior towatd
his commanding officer and conduct
to the prejudice of good order nnd
military discipline. Ills dismissal
Will take effect Thursday of this
week. Captain Peck wns graduates
from West Point In 1899.
Colonel Denny to Resign Rather
Titan uome west.
WASHINGTON. I). O., July 23.
nattier than go to San Francisco,
Colntlel Frank Denny of the marine
corps will retire.
Denny has been attached to head
quarters he(re for thirty years, lot
terly"as chief quartermaster- He Is
one of the seven mnrlne officers re
cently censured for creating dissen
sions nt headquarters, and ns n fur
ther mark of official displeasure
Denny wns ordered to San Frnnclsco
to take charge of the supply depart
ment. This was too much for him
and he threatens to retire.
Colonel C. II. Iuchhelmer, who
was censured nnu ordered to tho
Philippines, said good-bje to hlr
friends today and left for Snn Fran
cisco, en Youte to Manila.
"Go to San Francisco!" snorted
Colonel Denny, "Not on your life
If they think they can send me to
that God-forsaken Jumplng-off place
to get rid of me they are mistaken
I would not go to Snn Francisco for
nny money. They ordered me there
to humiliate me,, but J'll retire he
fore I go."
I staff, with only n few exceptions
were todn) ordered to hew pilsls in
A .different parts of the "6rlcl,
Colonel Charles U Lauchhelmer,
headquarters adjutant and Inspector,
who requested the appointment of
th,e court of Inqutr), was ordered to
the Philippines, nn u i.ieutennnt-coi-onel
Henry C Haines, his assistant!
wns directed to assume charge of the
Colonel Frank U. Denny, headquar
ters quartermaster, one of the candi
dates for the position of comman
dant of the corps upon the retirement
of General George F, FJIIott In Oc
tober, wns ordered to Snn Frnnclsco
for duty. He will be succeeded here
b) Lieutenant-Colonel Charles L. Mc
Caw ley, his second assistant, whilo
his first assistant, Llcutennnt-Colonet
Thomns C Price, wns ordered to the
Another officer who was censured
as a result of the Inquiry, Colonel
Chnrles A. Do) en. was detached from
duty nt the Mnrlne llnrracks at An.
napolls and ordered to the llremer-
ton Nnv) Yard In Washington.
Just what, It anything, has Imp
peued to General Elliott,, commnn
dant of the corps, Is a matter of un
Hie changes ordered today were
tho result of a letter from Acting
Secretary Vluthrnp to Geurcnl Kl
llott, W'lntlirop directed General
Klllott to make the changes.
The concluding paragraph of his
letter read: "You will Inform Col
onel William P. Diddle, that, being
the senior line officer on duty ill
Washington, he has been temporarily
designated to act for the comman
dant In his nbsence until further no.
The rejection of Colonel Diddle to
act for the commandant is Interpre
ted by some officers as meaning his
election ns the permanent successor
to General Klllott.
Marine Officers in Bit; Shake-Up.
WASHINGTON. As a conseq
uence of the report of the court
of Inquiry that unsatisfactory condi
tions existed Jn the marine corps,
largely as the result of many offi
cers hnvlng been In Washington loo
Gun Explodes at Fort Se Russy,
FOItT MONHOK, Va., Jul 21.
i:ieven artillerymen are- dead and a
number of others, including two of
ficers, seriously Injured, as the re
sult of the blowing out of a breech
block lii a 12-Inch shore gun at the
De Hussy Hatter)", during the ConBt
Artillery practise here today.
The accident occurred while stu
dent officers' were endeavoring to
sink n fleet of towed targets, repre
senting an Imaginary hostile fleet
proceeding toward Washington. The
battery was under the Immediate
command of Sergeant Harry Haas of
the Sixth-ninth Company, United
States Coast Artillery.
The known dead are Sergeant
Harry G. Hans of Phoenlbus, V'a.,
gun commander; Corporal Charles O
Adklns, address unknown, Corporal
Albert Hradford, Dorothy, W. Va.;
Privates A. J. Sullivan of Perkins,
K) ; Hoy Duffey of Kenovu, W. Va.;
II. A. Adey, Ilrandonvllle, W. Vo ;
C W. King of Dayton, O ; John W.
Chndwlck Of Taiowell, Tenn.; Al
fred W. Smith of New York; JUdd
i: Hogau of Mojcr, O., nnd J a me1)
II Turner of Ilfpley, Tenn.
Many prominent officers of the
army nnd navy, who went to Hamp
ton Roads to witness what wns ex.
pcrted to be the greatest tnrget pine
Use of this character that had been
attempted an) where, saw tho a"cl-
It wns the more terrible for the
long, members of the headquarters
t: tt tt tt n t: tt t: :: tin it u u n t: n t: t: :t tt n t: ti it
last five dates nnd amounted to ,45 Inch, ,69 bolow tho average, and
2.117 Inches less than last week's. I.. II. Dorolko.
Kealla (5) Showers occurred on three dates and totnled .37 Inch.
.03 less thnn tho average, and .09 more thnn tho previous week's. Tho
mean tempernturo was 76 4. Mukco Sugnr Co.
Llhue (5) The monn temperature was 76 6. and the ralnrall, wlllch
occurred on the Inst four dntes, .30 Inch, 1.36 Inches less than during
tho iprecedlng week. I.lhuo Plantation Co.
Eleele (6) Showers occurred on three dates and totaled .43 Inch,
,25 less than during tho previous weok. McUrydo Sugar Co.
Makaweli (5) The mean temperature was 77.8. Rain fell on the
Just two dntes and amounted to 16 Inch. .01 moro than the nverage,
and .49 less than last week's. Hawaiian Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (5) The meun temperature was 75 3. Mensu
rable rain fell on six dntes and amounted to 2.73 Inches, 1 71 moro than
during tho preceding week. C. C Conradt.
Molokal Ranch (6) Showers occurred on tho Inst four dates nnd
totnled 1.03 Inches, ,79 Inch nbove tho average, and .86 moro thun
Inst week's. The menn temperature wus 70 8, L, B. Nevln.
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Much attention has been given by
the military authorities to the new
hnt recommended by the Infantry
equipment board. Thnt hnt Is lght
er IrJ weight thnn Hint now worn
nnd hns a broader hrlm nnd less
height of crown. It hns been rec
ommended that the hnt be worn with
the "Montana peak" Instead of tl t
"Alpine crease," on the theory Hint
the former shape Is nn nld to ven
tilation and affords n watershed
which Is lacking In the hat with a
crense. It will be necessnry to nvold
the "fool's cap" elongation of the
crown, which Is the habit of some
wearers of that form of hat.
Another article which Is being
critically examined by the Infantry
members of the general staff is the
new poncho. It Is of n form which
provides better protection ngnlntt
the rain, being a longer garment
than Is the present "slicker," nnd
it Is of a composite form, which ell
ables Its conversion into n very sat
isfactory sleeping bag. This pon
cho weighs two pounds six ounces,
and is it factor In the reduction of
the weight of the Infantryman's
The new equipment, Including the
personnl clothing, the ammunition
of 100 rounds, the rifle, the haver
sack nnd the pack, weighs forty
seven pounds. The equipment with
out the pnek wclgliH thlrt)-nlght
An Important addition to the
equipment Is the enmp shoe, weigh
ing eight ounces. This hns n buck
skin sole, with a canvas upper, nnd
will be found of the greatest com
fort, us well us a protection to the
feet In the relief It affords after n
day's march. Another new article
of apparel Is the field overcoat, us
distinguished from the longer over
coat, which Is retained fur garrison
use. The new garment is of canvas
kersey-llned nnd of the penjneket va.
It will be used for field service
only. It has the advantage of ab
breviated length 'nnd so nvolds In
terference In marching. The sweat
er Is substituted for the tilnusa ns
a garment far' the field moro suit
able than the present article. It
will W carried nominally In the
service kit big nnd Issued for wear
about the camp or when the ell-
mate necessitates additional protec
tion In the way of clothing.
The statement of President Howies
of the Fore Itlver Shipbuilder; Com
pany thnt the United States can
build battleships Tor less thnn Kng
land, has raised nn Inquiry In tho
llrttlsh Parliament. The First Lord
of the Admiralty feplled that he
was unable to say why the cost was
lower In the protected country than
In free-trade Knglhud, as he had no
detailed Information as to the exact
proportions of the vessels and equip
ments Included In the computation,
nor any as to the standard of qual
ity. Asked whether the stnndnrd of
efficiency In the equipment of the
U. S. navy was less than In the
llrltlsh navy, he replied thnt he hnd
no knowledge nnd could mnke no
MANILA, July 2. A cable from
the vnr Department, received )es
terdny at division headquarters, an
nounces thut Hrlgadler-General Hani,
say D, Potts bus been formally re
lieved from the command ut I'ort
William MiKlnley nnd assigned tu
the command of the Department of
Slire tho departure of Major.
General William II. Curter for the
United Stutes, General Potts has
been acting commander of the De
tiurtment of Luzon and ulso per
forming the duties of commanding
officer of Fort William McKlnley.
General and Mrs. Potts, who 'have
been occupying their regulur qunr
'ters at the post,, will move to the
quarters of the commanding general
of the department ut No. 1 Calla
The command of the post at Fort
McKlnley has been turned over to
Colonel Daniel Corumnnn, 7th In
'fantry, the settlor rolorel nt the
post, who will remain In command
until a general officer arrives from
the United Stutes. There has been
some conjecture among military men
here ns to the probable successor of
General Potts. The command of a
brigade post Is Junior to that of a
department, so the new commander
must be Junior In rank to General
Potts. The only officer avullable,' It
Is said, Is now at Governor's Island.
It Is understood thnt General Grant
is sluted to return to the command
of the Department of the Knst, lu
which case It Is probable General
Howe will be sent to Manila. He
has not seen Philippine service since
the days of the Insurrection, when
he wns colonel of the 47lh Volunteers,
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Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
C ASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on tlio part of physicians,
pharmaceutical societies nnd medical authorities. It Is uvi by physicians
with results mot gratifying'. Tho extended tiso of Castoria Is unquestionably tho
result of three facts t 1st, The indisputable evidence Hut It is harmless; Unil,
That It not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates tho
food; 3rd, It Is r.a agreeable nnd perfect substitute for castor oil. It Is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotic and does uot
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Ryrupi, Ilatemaa's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
Tills Is a good deal for a medical Journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to exose
danger and record tho means of advancing hculth. Tho day .for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignorance! ought to end. To our knowledge, Cu
orla Is a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating the
iyttem not by stupefying 11 and our readers' uro entitled to the information.
Uaitt Journal of Health.
tonr Cutorlt tUndt Brit In lit elm. In n;
t. j.Y) yearf of pracUc 1 can My I nrer h t ouuU
snylhlDi tut so filled the place."
' WULUM DlLMOKT, M, D ,
m Cleretand. Ohio.
M I hare teed rooi Cailorta la the case of raj own
habj and Hnd It pleaaant to take, and hit e obtained
excellent rtaolla from lu w."
8. A. Dccbisik, W. O.,
MI take pleunre In recommending- your Caitorla,
baring recommended lu me In liianj Inetatirei, and
coneldtrlt the beet laiaUve that could be uaed,
vepedall for children.
Nituixul K. Kiss, M. D , SL Ivrale, Mo.
yi , . ,?- -funrnuicct rvniiiiio
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It J. Tarr, It. I) ,
Droolljn, N. If.
"X find yonr Caetorla to be s standard family
remedy. t le the belt thing for InfanU and chil
dren I have ever known and I recommend tt."
K. K- KiaiLseos, U. D ,
Omaha, Nr h.
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