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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H.TUESDAY. AUG.22, 1911.
M I 'VH'
Geary Street, above Union Squate
Juil opposite Hotel St. Frincu
European Plan SI CO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
togs cost $.'00,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all train3 and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized ns
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
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Code. Reservations made. through
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comfortable, spirit of old I'nl
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Kiist nnd Ike men of high
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Iho hospitality nnd Indltldunl
Ity of San Francisco to the
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Hon of the Post street tunics
rt III be Hie largest cariiTanscry
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ritliM CITY r.NVIUON-
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HONOLULU, T, H, Aug. 21, 1911.
At the majority of stations the mean temperatures ,were somewhat
lower than those of the preceding week, still the midday tempera,
tures were very high, and at some of the stations" registered between
105' and 110 In the sun.
The rainfall for the .week was generally light and below the aver.
The following are the total amounts ef rainfall for the week, In
Inches, In the different districts of the several Islands: HAWAII
North Kohala 0.29 to 0.95, Hamakua 0.73 and 0.74, North Hllo 0.58 to
MO, South Hllo 0.44 to 3 03, Puna 1.28 to 1.37, Kau 0.11, and' North
Kona 3 09; MAUI Makawao 0.09 to 4.14, Hana 107 to 3.34, .Wallu'ku
traces, and Lahalna 0 00; OAHU Kqolauloa ,0.69, Koolaupoko 0.65
(about) to 2.99, Honolulu 0.14 to 5 86, Ewa 0.04, Walanae 0 00, apd
Walalua traces; KAUAI Hanalel ,1.05, Llhue 0 57, Koloa 0.17 to 2.15,
and Walmea 000; and MOLOKAI Molokal 1.43.
The following are the departures from 'the average rainfall for the
we'tk for ten or more years: HAWAII'-North, Kohala -4.09 to 0.23,
Hamakua 0.48 to 0.51. North Hllo 1.59 to 1.66, South Hlld
1,47 to 40.08, Puna 0.34, Kau 0 80, and North Kona 41.30; MAUI
Makawao 0.40, Hana 0.78, Walluku 0.10, and Lahajna 0,39!
OAHU Koolauloa 40.16, Koolaupoko 40.25 to 41.59, Honolulu 0.21
to 42.28, Ewa 0 09; and Walanae -JD.24: and KAUAI Haqalel 0. 10,
Koloa J 0.01 to 11.02, and Walmea 0.30.
The following table gives the, weekly. averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 75.0' 1.34,lnches
Maul ...'. 7.0 1.36Jnehes
, Oahu . 78.0a 1.71 Inches
Kaual 77.4 0.79 Inch
Molokal 77.6' 1.43 Inchee
Entire Group 76.3' 1.36 lijches
At' the. local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Hono.
lulu partly cloudy and tloudy weather obtained, with traces of rain,
fall on three dates and measurable amounts on three totaling 0.14
Inch, 0.21 below the normal for the week, and 0.01 less than during
the preceding week. The maximum temperature was 84" minimum
73", and mean 78.5', 0.1 above, the normal fcr the week, and Oi
below last week's. The mean daly relative humidity varied from
667 to 84", and the mean for the week was 71.9. Northeasterly
winds prevailed on each day of the week, with an average hourly veloc.
Ity of 7.1 miles. Tfie mean dally barometer ranged from 3002 to
29.93 lnches,'and the mean-for the week, 2997, was 001 Inch below
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS. (
(Nolo: Tho flEurcs following tho name of station Indlcnto tho date
with which tho week's report closed.) , ,, ,.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea. Ranch (17) Showers occurred on three- dates nnd totakd
.2? Inch, .21 nrnro than. during the preceding, nook. A. Mason.
Kohala Mission (ID There were two dates with rainfall, which
amounted to .11 In. 1.00 less than tho average for tho week. The mean
temperature wan 75 2. Dr. II. D. Uond.
Kohala Mill (17) The mean temperatnro was 75.2. Ilaln fell on
sl dates nnd ninoiintPd to .!)5 Inch. .85 nioro than last week's, and
.09 1(is than the average. T. II. t.lllle.
Nlulll (17) Showers occurred on flvo dates and totaled .84 Inch,
23 loss than Iho n)erngo, and .72 moro than tho ptelotis week's. Tho
moan lojiipenitiiro was 70.1. P. C. Wctow,
Honokaa (10) The mean temperature was 74.C. Italn fell on ho
last two dates and amounted to .73 Inch, ,!G moro than last week's,
and .G4 less than tho nerngc. Nevjllo Osborn.
Paauhau (14!) Showers occurred on tho last two dates and
amounted to .,4 Inch, .18 less than Ihe average, and CO more,than
the preious week's. The mean temperatnro was 77.0. IaiuIs
Ookala (17) The mean temperature was 75.1. Italn fell on flvo
dates nnd amounted to .58 Inch, M more than last week's, and 1.59
Inches-less than the nwrngo. W. O. Uiwison.
(Pjapaaloa (17) Thoro was 1.39 Inches of rainfall, 1.12 moro than
during tho preceding week, C. McLennan.
.Honohlna (16) Showers occurred on flo dates and totaled 1.K0
Inches, l.GG less than the nvcrngo, and .CO Inch moro than the pre
vious week's. James A. Parker.
Hakalau (17) Tho mean temperatnro was 75.5, nnd the rainfall
which occurred on six dates 3 03 Inches, 2.92 more than last week's,
nnd .08 Inch above tho ncrnge. J. frYaser.
Honomu (14) Showers occurred dally and totaled .44lneh, .72 less
than during the preceding week. J, Oliver,
Pepeekeo (17) The mean teni)cratiire was 76 2". Rain fell on six
dates nnd amounted to 1.70 Inches 1.08 less, than 'tho average, , and
1.33 .iitoi e thanjast week's. Pckeckeo Sugar Co.
Papalkou (17) Showers occurred dally and totaled 2 CO Inches, 2.15
moro than during tho preceding week, and 1.47 less than the aerago.
John T. Molr.
Hllo (17) The mean temperatnro was 74.8". Measurable rnln fell
on ffk dates and amounted to 2 0(1 Inches, A1 more than last week's,
and ,79 Inch less than the ncrage. I.. C. I.) man.
Kapoho (17) Showors occurred dally and totaled 1.28 Inches', .34
Inch less than tho average, and .86 rhoro than the previous week's.
Tho mean temperature was 7C 0". II. J. Lyman.
Kaueleau (IB) Tho mean temperature wns 71.C". Ritln fell, dally
and mnniiuted to 1,37 Inches, ,43 Inch more than during tho preceding '
week. I.. F. Turner
Naalehu (Ifi) Thoro wns .11 Inch of rainfall on tho.lOth, .80 less
Jhnn tho nvcrngo for tho week. C, Jlcnry White.
Kealakekua (lfi) The mean lemr.iture was 72,8". Italn fell on
four dates and amounted to 3.09 Inches, 1.G0 moro than last week's,
and 1.30 above the average. Hoy. Samuel II. Davis. '
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (17) Light "trades" prevailed with much clear, sunny
weather, and night showers on six dates amounting to ,99 Inch, .40
less lljan the acrnge, and .83 more than last yeek's-, Tho, mean (tem
perature was 71.fi". D. D. Daldw In. r ij . ',
Huelo (17) Tho 'mean temperature was 72.2", and( the rainfall
which occurred dally 4.14 Inches, 3 55 Tnore than during tho preced
ing week. Jos. I., rerrelra.
Nahlku (1G) Thoro woro dally rains, whlchitotaled 3.34 Inches 1.68
more than last week's, and ,78 Inch loss than tho average. Tho mean
toniKrature,was 71.4". C. O. Jacobs.
Hana (14) The mean temperature was 76.8". Showers occurred
dally nnd totaled 1.07 Inches, .21 Inch lesB than during the preceding
week, Ceo. 0 Cooper,
Kahutul (17) There was a trace of ralnrnll only, .03 Inch less than
last week's, und .10 below tho avcrago. Tho mean temperature was
78 8". C. J. Koss, Jr. "
Walluku (17) Tho mean tempornturo was' 77.G", a'rjd there was a
trnco of ralnrnll, .05 Inch less than during the preceding week.
Kaanapatl (17) Rainless weather continued, a deficiency of .39
Inch In the nMirafio amount of rainfall for tho week. The mean tem
peratnro was 80.8". Capt. (J. p. Turne. ,
ISLAND OF OAHU,
Kahuku (18) Tho mean temperature was 78.6". Italn fell on six
dates nml amounted p .69 Inch .16 more than the average for the
week. It. T. Chrlstofferseu. "'
Maunawlll Ranch (18) Showers occurred dally and totaled 2.99
Inches, 1.G6 more than tho previous week's, and 1.59 above the aver
age. Tho moan temperature was 75.3J. John Herd.
Waimanalo (18) The menu temperature was 79.3", nnd tho rnln
fall about ,G5 Inch, somowhnt nbovo tho average, and moro than last
week's. A, Irvine,
Luakaha (18) (aln fell dally at tho upper station amounting to
5 KG Inches, 1,98 more than the previous week's; nnd at thto lower
station totullng 5 07 Inches, 2 2? nboo the nverago, and 2.21 more
than during tho preceding week, I A. Moore.
Ewa (19) Tho mean temperature was 79 6". Thoro was n trace pf
rainfall on tho 13th and .04 Inch on tho Ifltli, .02 IcBs'than last weok's,
and .09 below tho aciago. It. Muller.
Walanae (18) There was no rainfall, .03 Inch less than the pro
lous week's, nnd .21 liolow tho average. Tho mean temperature was
81 2". V Meyer.
8chofield Barracks (18) Tim mean temperature was 74.2", and '
thoro were traces of rainfall dally, .03 Inch less tha,n during the pre
ceding week. Wallace DeWItt, Major, Med. Corps.
ISLAND OF KAUAI. ,
i Kllauea, (18) Tho rinaji temperature wns 7CC". Ilaln foil dally
nnd amounted t(, i 05 linlRs, ,r,G Inch moro than last woek's, and .10
less than tho'uwirnge. I.. II. ItorelUo.
Llhue (18) Showers occuired on six dnlcs and totnled .57 Inch, .07
less than during the preceding week. Tho nieandomperature wn
77.3". I.II1110 Plantation Co. v
Koloa (18) Tho mean temperature was 77.1. Ilalns fell dally and
amounted to K.15 Inches, 102 nbovo tho merago, and 1.40 more than
last week's. The Koloa Sugar Co,
Eleele (18) Showers occurred on five dittos and totaled .17 Inch,
.(18 more Uinndurlng the preceding weok, and ,01 above the average.
McDrjde Sugar Co
illased on tho last census, .figures for have been prot!oni!y published here,
Hawaii, the census bur.cnu.has Issued 'but sqmo. are new,
nn .Interesting pamphlet showing thol' The' following table la of lnterect,
distribution of labor and Industry in showing a rather low rati) of Increase
the Islands. Some of tho figures of wages:
Number of establishments , ,
Persons engaged ,, ., ,
..,, Proprietors and,Jlrm members
... (Salaried, employees
....Wage, earners ,.,.,-i..
capital i!!!!!!!!!"!.!! m,s-t,',ooa
....Services ,,... ,2,795.000
, Salaries , , ' ,,686.000
Wages , ;.... 2,109,000
Vnlue of .products ? 47,404,000
Value added by manufacture 21,775,000
In 1909 tho torrltory.of Hawaii had the United States. Duilng this pert
600 manufacturing establishments, lo1 thonumber of establishments in
wb.cn gave employment ,0 an average !"MI!" J ""! 'J'S ?"'
of 7,572 rsons during the year nnd
wages. Of, the persons emplpyed. 6904
were ,wage. earners. These establish -
moms iiurpeu out. products to tno
yaluo of $47,404,000, to produce which
materials costing , $25,629,000 wete tho period 1839-1909 to tho extent In
consumed.! The vnlue ndded by nfan- dlcated ,b these , figures Regarding
ufacturo was thus" $21,775,000, which values, tdnce tho .Increase shown Is
figure best represents the net wealth certainly due, In part, to the Increase
created by 'manufacturing operations that has taken pla'co In the price of
during tho year. commodities. , '
In general, -this tublo brings out It Is a matter of Interest to note
the fact that tho manufacturing In- that the percentages of Increase
dustrlen of Hawaii as a whole showed shown for number of wage earners
marked , development during tho do-
cade, due at least In part to tho Im-
petus given manufacturing Industries
uy me annexation or tno territory to
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department and proposes to make
such changes ns he desires and It
looks as if he had the backing of City
and County Engineer Qere as well as
the, majority of tho board.
Low Is also much peeved at the
dlschargq of nn estray officer which
position has always, been carried on
the salary rolls of the road depart
ment. Wilson Is alleged to -havo
abolished the ofllco ami In turning he
csray officer's duties over to tho po
lice department It is claimed, that Vie
appointment of John Hopper Is fur
from satisfactory. Hopper Is said ,hy
Low, to liayo been refused ,,a 'star
some months agowhcn,hlspamo,came
up 'for appointment h?foro Sheriff
Board. Will. Back.W'llon.
With tho exception of Low, Dwlght
and Arnold, the board .will back
Charles Wilson ns rond overseer, to
the last ditch.
McClellan states that while ho was
not In favor of Wilson's appointment
In the first place, he will stand ,hy
him, In that ho was the choice of (ho
majority of the board members." We
have seen fit to appoint Wilson, and,
I for one will vote him power to run
his department In tho way he thln,ks
Murray is anoUier strong 'support
er or tho Wilsonlan reign of road mat
ters, but he Insists that when the time
comes that Wilson's unfitness Is de
monstrated, ho will be the first to In-
ft 1st that the name of Wilson bo eras-
cj from Iho Cly and County pay roll.
,vOno shop point which has prodded
the Low anatomy Is that Wilson has
fixed salaries of clerks and assistants
in-his department. "Ho has never
consulted the road committee," an
nounced Low. ,
("Don't Butt In," Warned Murray.
"We plncpd the road department af
fairs In the hands ofCltynd County
Engineer Cere and Road Supervisor
Wilson," stales Murray, "and I ,for
one am In favor of letting 'theso offi
cials work out thelrown salvation.
"Don't Butt In," admonishes Mur
ray to the Insurrectuous Low,who Is
now on tho warpath seeking tho scalp
of Wilson ns a , retaliatory measure
for the Iobs of tho Crownlngberg
According to Low, utdor tho pres
ent ruling, Wilson can appoint strings
of men. and fix their salaries at what
ever figure he ploasos.
ChaHmnn Dwlght contends th-it
WilBon can do nothing ot the sort hut
must ho guided by, BCliedules of piy
fixed "by1 'the road qommltteemen.
Dwlght now has In his jiosscsslon sal;
ary schedules submitted by the road
overseers of practically all districts
in Ihe county save ICwa.
Low Prefers Hj Charges,
Things hnvo moved .along to such
FIRED BY WJLSON
Makawell (18) The moan temperature' was- 78".G. Tliore was no
rainfall,' ,30'luch less than tho averngo for tho week. Hawaiian Sugar'
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (18) Tho mean tempeinturo was 77.0. and tho
rainfall, which occur led on six dates, 1,43 inches, ,43 Inch moro than
during the proceding week, C, C. Conradt.
' WM. B. STOCKMAN,
f , . . Section, Director.
-222 125 2
4.4K , 71.1
244 ,340 2
519 14 4
$10,746,000 121 2
15,061,000 110 8
,665,000 ,21 4
1,473,000 43 2
12,251,000 v 101.2
23,354,000 ,103 0
111.103,000 96 1
conti w1iJ)b the value of products In-
ndded by manufacture 96.1 per cent
', As pointed, out In the Introduction, It
wpuld be Improper to Infer tout mnn
iifactures Increased In volumo during
and for wages were much less than
those for the number of establish-
ments, yaiue of products, and value
ndded by, manufacture.
a pass that Member Low ot the road
Committee .makes public declaration
that Wljson Js not an efficient road
ovorseor or Honolulu district. It will
be remembered that when the city
fathers, met In lively, caucus some
weeks ago to oonslder tho selection
of -a man for road overseer (or Hono?
lulu. Law held out for the appointment
of Rudolph -Duncan of, the Honolulu
Rapid 'Transit Company. When the
board met In regular session some
evenings later Low was absent, and
the, name of Wilson went through
without his endorsement r his vote.
McClellan, Murray, Kruger, Amana,
aro the four members who at present
mw iiiivii uii me iuu y iiiuri?n Wll
son and make public declaration thai
they wlU see him through as long ns
no brings forth results.
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coming Its receipt "made' n'drep Imprcs
Ray of Hope for Valleyltet.
There Is n ray ot liopo for Nuuanu
Valleyltcs. Chairman Sam Dwlglit lias
come forunrd with the declaration that
im head of the road department ho pro
roses to concentrate all the municipal
incrglep Into Nuuanu Vnlloy Iniprove
ment for the, month of September. Tills
good news followed the presentation
of a generously-signed petition repre
rented by, ex-Uuvcrnor Curter, V. T.iP.
Wnterhousc, 8. A. Walker, Senator At
bert Judd and a host of others, They
recite mac me. residents ulong tho road
had .shell the necessary land to widen
the street and the curbs nnd cement
gutters hnd been Inld preparatory to
finishing tho street.
Theso had been In place for several
months, and oven now tho rains were
washing out and undermining tho cost.
ly gutters, bo that unlets the work, on
tho street wns finished In a short tlrno
tho work done, by, the landowners would
bo worth tjotjilng at all.
BUFFALO! MA BRING
According t a rumor drifting, over
from Manila, tho naval transport liuf-
fnlo will leave ?d,aro. Island hoiuo tlmo
In September with a large number, of
uilbtcd men of the navy and marine
corpse, for Iloioulu and Manila, tho
greatest number ot them proceeding to
the l'hlllpplncs to relievo those whoso
pcrvlce In foreign- countries has, ex
pired. It Is nUn, reported that the IlulTalo
will sail from.CavJto to tho China consl
and make numerous transfers with
fchlps Jn tioe vnters, returning to Cn-
vlte and proceeding to Mare Island
about October 15.
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