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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNE3DAY, JULY 19. 1911.
HONOLULU, T. H., July 17, 1911.
4 The rainfall was light throughout the Section, and generally below
the average for the week at stations having a record of ten or more
The following are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, In the
different districts of the several Islands: HAWAII North Koh.ila
047 to 1.03, Hamakua 0.03 to 0C3, North Hllo 2.10 to 330, South Hllo
2 0-1 to 3 40, Puna 1.33 to 2.51, Kau 0 30, South Kona 1.21, and North
Kona 0.C0 to 1 14; MAUI -Makawao 1.28 to 1.97, Hana 0 37, and Wal.
luku 0 01 to 0 06; OAHU Koolauloa 0.15, Koolaupoko 0 06 to 1.24,
Honolulu 00) -low levels only; Ewa 009, and Walalua 031; KAUAI
Hanalel 037, Llhue 074, and Koloa 0.20 to 1.32; and MOLOKAI
The following are the departures from the average rainfall for the
week In the several dlltrlcts: HAWAII North Kohala 0.03 to
0 59, Hamakua 0 49, North Hllo 40.55 to 1.10, South Hllo 40.30
to 0.37, Puna -0.1 1. Kau -0 14, South Kona 0.25, and North Kona
0 63; MAUI Mnkawao -0 05, and Walluku 0 05; OAHU Koolau.
loa -021, Koohupoko 029 to 0.26. Ewn -1001, and Honolulu - 031;
KAUAI Hanalel 0 71, ?nd Koloa 007 to 0.35.
The mean temperatures were generally slightly higher than those
cf the preceding week on Hawaii, Oahu, and Molok.il. and slightly
lower In the Makawro district of Maul, and OS. to 1 6 lower In the
Walluku district; and 2 1" lower In the Llhue district of Kauai.
An earthquake shock was felt generally over the Section about
11:35 a. ni of the 14th Kauderu. Hawaii, reports one at 5:00 a. m.
of the, 8th, ahd another at 9:30 a. m. of the 9th.
The following table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall tor th principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 71.7 1.51 Irchts
Miul 74 0' 0.74 Inch
Oahu 75 f 0 3.'' Inch
Kami 74.7" 0.63 Inch
Molokal 75.r 0.57 Inch
Entire Group . 73 5" 1.07 Inchec
At the local office of tie United States Weather Dureau in Hono.
lulu clear and partly cloudy weather obtained, with traces of rainfall
on two dates and measurable amounts on two amounting to 004 Inch.
' 0.31 blow this normal for the week, and 0 21 lew than during tlu
preceding week. The mrximum temperature vas 82 , minimum 69',
and mean 76 1 , 18 lower than the weekly normal, and 0 5'"hlijher
than Met week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied frcm 68
to 76' , and the mean for the week w.is 70 3 . Northeisterly winds
prevailed on each day of the week, with an averaqe hourly velocity,
of 9.1 miles. The mean dally barometer was above normal on the'
first three days and below normal on the remainder, ranging from
30 06 to 29 92 Inches, and the mean for the week, 29.98, was 0 01 Inch
below the normal.
RCMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: The figures following tlio tunic of station Indicate the Onto
with which tlio weilc'q report closed)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (13) Showers ncctimM mi tlio first fho datei and
totaled .17 Inch A Mason
Kohala Mission (13)- Hull) fell nil tlio first fle dales ami ntiinutiteil
to .61 Inch 5' below tlio ner.igo, and 1 II Inches less than last wcoU's.
'Hie menu temperature wns 72 2" Dr. II. I), ltotnl.
Kohala Mill (13) The menu temperature, was 73.1. Tlaln fell on
the first t.x dales uin amounted to S4 Inch , 28 below tho average,
utiil I 19 Inches less than tho irolous wcel.'K. T II. I.flllo
Nlulll (13)- Showers ucritricil on tlio first sl dates mid totaled
1.0" Inches, li it nninuut less thin last wooVs, and OS Inch below
tho aer.isc Tho mcun temperature n.np "S.I.". l p. I'netow.
Honakaa (12) Thu mean temperature was 73.l,( nnd tlio rnlnr.ill,
which occurred en six dates, fil Inch, 61 less Hum tho protoii3 week's,
and .til below- tlio nteiago Nelllc Osborn.
Paauhau (12) Showers oeciined on tho laBt plc dates and amounted
to .5$ Inch, In liclow tho norago, and .10 less than last week's. Tho
moan iQnipcr.ilure was 74.4. I.ouls Wilson.
Ookala (13)-The tne.in temperature was 71.5. Ttnln fell dally anl
iinioiintii! In 2.2i Indies, 1.02 lis thin tlio preUous week's, and .51
Inch more than tlio n erase. V. fl l..iwsnn. '
Laupahoehoe (13) Showcis occurred dally and totaled 2 30 Inclic;,
.49 Inch below the n erase, and .07 less than during the preceding
week. E. V. Uarnard.
Papaaloa (13) There were six dajs wl.h rainfall, which amounted
to 2 10 Inches, 193 less than the prevlmts week's !. McLennan.
Honohlna (12) Showers occurred dally nnd totaled 3 30 Inches,
1.10 moie than tho incrage, and .61 Inch less than during the liro
codlng week. James A. l'nrkcr.
Ptpeekeo (13) The mean letnpcratiiro was 73.4. naln fell dally
nnd amounted lo 2 G9 Indies, .30 Inch riioro than the overage. 1'e
poekco Sugar Co.
Papalkou (13) Showers occurred dally and totaled 3 40 Inches, 1.02
Icph than during the preceding week, uml .24 Inch more than tho
a ve rase. John T. ilnlr. y
Hllo (13) Thu mean temperature wns 73.1, and the rainfall, which
occurred dully. 2.01 Inches, 37 Inch below tho' average, nnd .58 less
linn InM week's, 1,. C. I.yinun,
Kapoho (13) Showers ottuircd on nix dates and totaled 1.33 Inches.
.11 Inch moro thoti tlioidtonwe. Tho mean temperaturo wns 73 C.
U. J. Ionian. , '
Kauelcau (12) The ine-in .temperature was 70.9". naln fell dally
and iiinoiinled In 2.61 Inches, 1.16 less thnn during the preceding
wcel;. Ia W Turner. y
Naalehu (12) Hnln fell on two dates nnd amounted to .30 Inch,
uni amount t.ioro innti last wcokh, and .14 leR3.than tho nveruge U.
Henry White. r
Kcalakekua (13) -Showers occurred on flvo dates and totaled 1.21
Inches, .25 Inch less than the nvuingc, and .10 more thnn during tho
preceding week. Itolicrt Wallace. ' ,
Kealakekua (12) The mean temperature was 70.0 It'ahi fell on
i.x ilatos nnd amounted to 1 1 1 Inches. .62 Inch below tho nverage, and
.88 less thnn last week's ltov. Samuel I), Davis.
Walkll (13) Rainless weather continued, with a mean ieniKinturo
tif C2 2 -Donald MacnllHer.
ISLAND OF MAUI. J
Haiku (13) Light "trades'' tncvallcil, with much cloudy weather,
mid dally showeis totaling, 1.28 Inches, .05 Inch'more thnn the aor-iigi-.
and .13 lets than last week's Tho mean temperaturo nas 71.4".
11. D. llaldwln.
Huelo (13) The mean Icnipeiature wbb 70.2". Rain fell dally and
itmuimtcd to 1.97 Inches, 57 Inch less than during tho preceding week.
Jos. I Peuclra.
Hana (10) Thcro were (wo, days with rainfall, .which amounted to
.37 Inch, .44 Inch less than tlio previous week's. Tho moan teniier.i
tuio was 77.2. fl O. (Junior.
Kahulul (13) 'lho mean temperature was lit.6'. There wns .01
likh of rainfall on tho lOUi, that amount more than Inst week's, ami
.05 less than the mange. .1. O. Koss, Jr.
Walluku (13) 'Iheiu was .06 'Inch of rnnlfnll oii.lho 'lllh, that
iiiuoiiiit more thnn dining the preceding week. Thu menu tqniicr.i
lino was 74.8 Iliother l'rank. . ,,...
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ISLAND OF OAHU. 4.
K.ihuku (141 The moan, temperature was 76.1", Ilalh fell on two
dates and amounted to .15 inch, .21 below lho averngo, and 17 lens
limn last week's It. T. Chrlstoffuiseii. ,.
Maumwlll Ranch (11) Showeiu occurred on six dntcsTand totaled
1.24 Inches, .29 Inch above, lho tuciage, and .IS moro than tlio previous
v celt's. Tho irenii tcmporatuiu wns 71.2". John Herd-.
Walmanalo (14) The mean tcnipcraturo was 78.0". Thcio was .nil
Inch of rilnfall, on tho 10th, .22 less than last week's, and .2C below
the nciagc. A. Inlnc.
Ewa (15) The mean temperaturo wns 77.4", and tho rainfall, which
oeciined on two dates, .09 Inch, that iimnunt moro than last wiek's,
nnd 01 nhoe lho :ionigo. It. Muller.
Schoheld Barracks (14) lho mean temperature wns 72.1. Mei
suriihle 1 .i til fell on six dates mid amounted to .31 inch, .02 moro thnn
liming the pi eroding week. Wallace DeWItt, XInJor Med. Corps.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (11) Tho mean teiiiper.ituro was 74.2;. Italnvfoll on (he
dates and amounted to .37 Inch, .71 less than the average. I.. It.
lliuelko. " -
, Llhue (14) Showers occurred on six dates nnd totaled '.74 Inch,
.43 moie than dmlng tho preceding week. Tho menn'leniioralnri!
wils 75 0. l.lhuo I'lnlilallon Co. ;,j jf
Koloa (14) The mean temperature was 75.0". Haln.fell on four
dates and ninnuntcd to 1.32 Inches .54 Inch moro than Usl week's,
rind .35 above tho average. Tho Koloa Sugar Co. "
Eleele (14) Show'ers occurred on four dates and totaled .20 Inch,
.07 more than thn ncruge, nnd .Hi less than during thu, preceding
week. Tho Mclirydo Sugar Co.,
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (11) Tho inc.m temperaturo was 75.1, and the
rainfall, which occuued on the llrst six dates, .57 Inch, .52 less than
dining tho preceding week. C. C Conrndt.
WM. B, STOCKMAN.
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were men who not only drank beer but personally interested
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To ?uit The Climate
niltor Kvonlng Hullo tin: I
am of tho opinion that tho following
from' lho House and-Beiiate, proceed
ings, Klfty-lilnth Day, April 20, Is nt
the bottom of Superintendent of Pub
lic Works Campbell's opiiosHtnn to
County Knglneer Southworth of Ha
waii Concurrent resolution as follows:
"W1IE11KA8, Under the existing
system of county government tho
care, custody nnd control of tho pub
lic roads, school-houses, jails nnd ho-
lillnls Is wllh tho Eocral counties. In
cluding the city and county of Hono
lulu; nnd ''
"WHKRRAS, In order to properly
perform Ihcso duties It Is necessary
that mnps, plans nnd specifications of
such public properties should he fur
nished tho boards of supervisors of
tho sovcral counties. Including said
city and count ; therefore bo It '
"UKSOIVr.D by tlio House of Ilep
rcsenfatUes of lho Territory ot, Ha
waii, tho Scnato concurring. That tho
Superintendent of Public Works b"
and he Is hereby Instructed to fur
nish, prior to July 1, 1911, to Bald
rcspecthc boards of Biiiwrvlsors, sai.l
maps, plans, specifications, togother
with such other material data as niaj
ho In tits possession,''
July 18. '11.
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conipiehensiTU map ot staninshlp
routes e or made has Just been com
pleted by the liydropraphlc otllco of
tho navy department.
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