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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1911.
HONOLULU, T. H., Nov. 20, 1911.
'' GENERAL SUMMARY.
' The rainfall generally was light, and below the average for the week
et all (tatiom on Kauai, and Molokal, and at all but one on Oahu, and
Maul, and all on Hawaii, excepting In the South Kona district and at
two stations In the North Kohala district.
..The following are the total amounts of rainfall, in Inches, In the
different districts of the several Islands: HAWAII North Kohala
0.91 to 1.24, Hamakua 0.01 to 0.0S, North Hllo 0.37 to 1 74, South Hllo
1.97 to 3.1C, Puna 3 59, Kau 0.7S, South Kona 1.10, North Kona 0 2G.
and South Kohala 0.00; MAUI Makawao 1.76 to 3.57, Hana 1.10 to
3.71, Walluku 0.00, and Lahalna a trace; OAHU Koolauloa 0.35, Koo.
laupoko 0.09 to 1.28, Honolulu 0.03 to 4.54, Ewa 0 03, Walanae 0.00, and
Walluku 0.17; KAUAI Hanalel 103, Kotoa 0.38 to 1.12, and Walmea
0.37; and MOLOKAI Molokai 0.28 to 1.25.
The following are the departures from the averages for the week,
far ten or more years. In Inches, In the several districts: HAWAII
North Kohala 0.25 to .0.14, Hamakua -1.3G to -1.46, North Hllo
-i-1.76 to 2.27, South Hllo 0.66 to 1.19, Kau 0.43, South Kona
lOJI, and North Kona 0.88; MAUI Makawao 10.21, Hana 0 33,
Walluku 0.41 to 0.52, and Lahalna 0.41; OAHU Koolauloa
T0.58, K,oolaupoko 0.38 to 1.18, Honolulu 1.08 to i1.59, Ewa
0C3. Walanae 0.65, and Walalua -0.58; KAUAI Hanalel 0.61,
klloa 0.24 to - 0.36, and Walmea 0 25; and MOLOKAI Molokai
tVThe mean temperatures were 1.1 to 1.6 lower than iMt week's at
all .stations on Maui and In the Kohala district of Kauai and the South
Kchala districts of Hawaii. In the North Kona district of Hawaii and
the Walanae district of Oahu they were 1.1' to 1.9" higher. At the
retraining stations the change from last week's mean temperature did
not equal 1.0'.
The following table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall tor thn principal Islands and for the Group:
.. TEMPERATURE. RAINFALL,
Hawaii 70.7 1.32 inches
Maul 72.1 1.45 Inches
' Oahu 750' 1.22 Inches
R Kauai 74.6' 0.72 Inch
Molokal . 74.2 0.76 Inch
j- Entire Group . 72.6' 1.23 Inches
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Hono.
lulu partly cloudy and cloudy weather obtained, with traces of rain,
fall on three dates and measurable amounts on three totaling 0.08
Inch, 0.01 more than during the preceding week, and 1 08 lnehe.s less
than the normal for the week. The maximum temperature was 80.0",
minimum 70.0 , and mean 75.2 , 0.8" above the weekly normal, and
0.3" lower than last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied
from 64 to 74 , and the mean for the week was 66.4 . Northeasterly
winds prevailed on the 18th and easterly on the remaining dates, with
ari average hourly velocity of 10.7 miles for the week. The mean
dally barometer ranged from 30.05 to 30.08 Inches, and the mean for
the week, 30.07, was 0.11 Inch above normal.
(Note The llgurcB following the name of Btatluu Indicate Hie.
(lain wllli which the week's r'mrl closed.)
, ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (If.) Showers occurred on the last four dales ntn!
tutali'il ''! Inch, .'.'1 Iffcs tli.in iliirliiR Hie preceding week. A. Miisnn.
Kohala Mission C7) Tim rainfall amounted to .'.II inch, .2.". below
the nvrige r.iul 03 lew than lant week'. The mean temperature.
wiIh Tl r I)r I). I). Iloti'l.
Kohala Mill t IB) The mean temperature was 72.n. Haiti fell tin
five dates ami totaled 1.21 Incho', .23 Inch more than Ihu previous
week's and .07 above the average. T. II. I.lllle
Nlulil Hi,) Shimem occurred on three dates and totaled .!) Inch,
14 alioM' the overage, and OS mote than last week's. Th6 ineBii lent- '
pfcialurc was ,2.l K. C I'aetow. '
tlionokaa (13) The mean temperature was 72.3. and tho rainfall,
which occiiired on the last two days. 01 Inch. .12 lem Hum the pre
vious week's, ntul l.jti IiicIiuh below the average. duo. It. alms.
D,r.nin.i fi'.v Thnr' ui4 .ii-; lnMi-nf l.rulrifullHanuthuiirtii...Oil less
itinti last week's, mid 0 Inches helovv (he'aVcMgpP TW'iuhuj(tiFurMtt!)
peratnte was 7X4 Lonls Wilkon. . v.. - ; ,l jf -, .- ,, .
Ookala (lfi) Tho mean teuipeinmrr,'vv:is 72.MU K4ltt!(l.l;nO)l;"
last four dates and amounted to .37 Inch, .32 less than the pievlous"
week's, ami 2 27 Inches helovv the average. .W. (1. Law Kin.
Laupahoehoe (It!) Showers occurred on six dates and totaled 1.29
Indies, t.Tn Mow Mie nvir.ige. and "n Imli less Hum during the I're
i cling vvnK V. V. Il.nmird.
Honohina tISi- ltnln fell dnll and nniottnted to 1.71 Inches, IJii)
below the average i.nd .7S Inch less tliiui the previous week's .Ins.
Hnkalau (lil)-The mean temiernluri' was "2.2, and tho rainfall
2..2 Inches, 87 Inch mote than last week's, anil .fifi less than the av
erage. I. KniMT.
Honomu (!) ltnln fell dally and amounted In 2.S0 Inches, 1 73 less
than during the preceding wee),. .1. Oliver.
Pepeel-eo (1C) The mean limpcrnturo wn 730. ltnln fell dally
nnil amounted to 1.87 Indies, .78 Inch below the uvcrago, nnd .."3 less
than lat week 1'epeekeo Sugar Co.
P.ipalkou (K.) Showers occurred dally nnd totiilod 3.10 Inches. 1.13
l.elow the average, and l.ttl "less than during the plecedlni; week.
John T. Molr. , !
Kautleau (15) The mean temperature, was f.8.0". Haln fell dally
nnd amounted to 3.5U Inches, .11 Inch mom than last week's. I.. 1
Naalehu (l".) Showers occurrvd on the 13lh nnd Hlh and a lienvv
ruin on the moiiilngof the IStli nnd totaled .7.", Inch, .12 less tli.in the
uverage, nnd ,23 more than tho previous week's. C. Henry White.
Kealakekua (lfi) There was 1.10 Incho of rnlnfnll en (he Ifith,
.34 Inch nlmvu the average, and .01 more than dining tho preceding
week. Itoliett Wallace.
Kealakekua Oil) Tin- mean leinpernture was 71.3. Showers oc
cnried on live dntes uml totaled ,2fi Inch, ,S8 liclovv the nvenige, and
2 fill Inches less than lust week's. Itev. Samuel II. Davis.
Walkll (lfi)-There was no rainfall, .07 liuh loan than during the
pteceillng wiek. The mean tetnpetature was .VS.ll. Donald Mac
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (lfi) Light "trades" plevalled, with generally piirtlj cloudy
wealher, and lainfall on live datts amounting to l.'ti Inche.i .21 Inch
nbovu tho average, nnd .lfl less than last wok's Tho mean lempein
ture was 71.0'. D. D. Ilaldwln.
Kallua (lfi) The mean temperature was fiS.7. Haiti fell tlailv and
nmcuutcd to ;!.:" Inches, l n mote than during the piecedlng wiek.
W. I'. l'ogne.
Nahlku (1.1) Showers recurred dally and totaled 3 71 Indies, 1.113
inoto than last week's, nnd M Inch less than the nveutge. Tin- mean
tempetaturc vim fi7 1. C. O. Jacobs.
Hana (13) The mean temperature was 73.1. There were six iluvs
with rainfall, which amounted to 1.10 Inches, .31 Inch more than dur
ing the preceding week. (!eo. O. Cooper,
Kahjlul (I'D Theie was no rainfall, the same as last wicks, anil
n dellclency of .11 Inch in the average rainfall Tor the week. The
inenii temperature vv'aii Tl.fi". J. C. I'oss, Jr. ,
Walluku (lfi) Tho mean tompomtuio was 73.2". and IIioip was no
l.llurull, the sfine HHlnst week's, and .52 less than the 'aveiage.
Kaanapall (lfi) Tiaccs of inlufall occurred on two dates, and Hi"
dellclency for the week was II Inch. The inu.ui tempeialure was
76.fi". Cut.'.C V TunH'- .
'ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (17) The mean tenipoiaturo was "lfi". Haln fell on llm
last live dales ami uinounteil to .35 Inch, .r.S less than the average,
nnd 21 more than lust week's. W. T. Voifeld.
Maunawlli Ranch (17)-Showers occurred cm six dates and tot'iled
1 2X Inches, l.'M, morn than tho pievlous week's, and .3S Inch less lli.ni
the nverage. The mean temperature was 7 1.OV John Held.,
Waimanalo (17) The mean temperature was 7fi.fi". and the ran
f which occuriod on two dates .011 Inch, .01 moie than list week's,
and 1.18 Inches less than the nverage A livllie.
Luakaha (17) Haln fell on sl dale. at the upper station amount
ing to l.r.l Indies, 2.17 moie than the pievlous weeks; mid at the
lower station totaling 4.41 Inches, 1.5U above the nvenigo. and l.Sli
more than during tho piccedlng week. I.. A. Moore.
Ewa (Id) Tho mean teinpeintiiio was 74.0. Theio was 03 Inch of
rainfall on the 12th nnd a trace on the llth, that amount less (hau
last week's, mid, .03 liclovv the average. H. .Mailer.
Walanae (17)--UHlnless weather continued, u deficiency of (T, Inch
fiom the average rainfall for the week. Tliu mean tcmperitiiro was
7S.S'. T. Meier. ....
Walalua (lfi) Theio worn six dates with inlufall, which amounted
lo 17 Inch, .11 inoiu than last week's, uml .lis less than Iho average.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
73 4. 1.. II. Iloroll.ii.
Kotoa (17 Tho mean temporaliire was 7.".1".
iKilauea (13) Shovveis occurred on' four dales nnd ('.t'lloil Ll.i
nches, .fit ilnrh less- (linn tho average. .Tho mean Icmpcr.itiuc was
dnlcK mill niiK'iintcd lo 1.12 Inches, .3fi Inch less than tho average, nnd
.(, moiv than lust week's. Tlio Kolun Sugar Co.
Eleele (17) Showirg occurred on four dates nnd totaled .38 Inch,
.21 lets than tho average nnd 20 more than during tho preceding
wiek. Mellnde Hugnr Co.
Makawell (17) Mensuiahle rainfall occurred on Ave dales nnd
n time on one, totaling .37 Inch, .25 less tlinu the average, and ,27
more than last welt's. The mean temperature was 75.4. Hawaiian
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch II) The mean temperature was 74.41. Mcasitr
able rainfall occutrcd on four dales nnd traces on two, totaling 1.25
Inches, ,SS Inch more .than during the preceding week. C. C. Con
null. Molokal Ranch (17) Showers occuricd on thrto dates and totaled
.28 Inch, .till It sh than the nverage, and .12 inure, than last week's.
Tho mean teinpcrnliiie was 74.0. J. 8. 11. Pratt, Jr.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded November 7, 1911.
Al.,,.l.i. I'l-riiiiiidel nnd wf to Mi
nerva V Cuttr, Di l'ds mid I", l'i-
nnndex trnot, Honolulu, tlnliii; "'.
II .1.1:, p .".S3 Nov 3, It'll.
m.. kni, l,i N'likiilewulll (k) it nl lo
Ijiuru I Sliirmiin, 1); lot In 7-10a
land, rents, tie, Nlolupn, Honolulu,
Oahu; 1000. II .Its. p 41. Octal, 1911.
it i. Hieuiml to Unimex, Biiuiiey
Olson, Agiiot; III re execution nnd de
livery of iiinrlgaKe on l- hit In I'.M'
of James Steward, deed, Tr of Ha
waii. II .l.'.C, p 322. Nov 7, It'll.
Holme, Stanley ft Olson in u u
Steward, Agrmt; In re execution uml
,i..ili.,.re i,r tmirtunue on !! lot III list
of Jninen Stevvurd, deed, Tor of Ha
waii. II 3,rifi, p .12, Nov 7, mil.
tl,.l. rl W Hhlliule to lllslloo fc Co,
A M! int go Mary C lleckley on patent
grnift 40UU, H slope or I'lineliuowi nui,
Honolulu. Oahu; II. 381, ) 1S7.
July 18. mil.
IllHhop Co to fliln of It of Mm J'
ii ii. nl,i..v. A M! intcu Mnry C lleckley
(wlilmv) on patent grant 4000, H slope,
of l'uneliliowl hill. Honolulu, Oahu; II.
II 3.14, p UK Oct ii.', r.'u.
I.oy Kvvnl to rhong On, It H! Int In
leiistlmlds, lildg", I lie mill, rice eiops,
hnrses, etc, of Cluing Leo Will H"P
Ki-u (llrni), Walklkl, Iliiiuiliilii, o.ilin;
I10U0. II 350, P 323. Nov 4, 1(111,
Stephen J Alencustre and wf to J J
Driinimond, M; pc lamll Kiiiuollllll.
Honolulu, Oahu; IliOO. II 331, p IS!'.
Nov fi. 1911,
Joseph Knhniikaniokii to Wulntii.i
Airi-nti I',, l.til. t.! 1- Int In aos 1. 2
and 3, IIP 32M, kill 1024C, Knpaeloa,
Wnliilliii, Oahu; 37 rs nl i per jr.
II :ir,'l, p .10S. Oct 27, l'.Ml.
Jehu Walker to II Mlrlkldaiit, I.;
174)', hi ft laud, Ntiiinuii Ave, IlnuO
lulu, o.ilni: in vrs ut tcuo per yr. II
3.1J, p 310. Aug 22. 1911.
Antoue ( (ImiU'la uml wf to Hugh
(lallirallh, 1' A; speilal powirh, Oahu.
II 3r, i .124. Aug 1". inn.
Aniline (1 Ooiiveln anil wf by ntty lo
W Achuck, I); lot R (3.100 si ft land),
llaiiliaukol. Honnlidii. Oahu; ir.uu. Ii
:ir.s, p tr Sept 10, inn.
KuiJI liulil et ill to on llanil'i
VoilllK I'll Ltd, (' MI glisiilllle tlslilug
sampan 1 1 on ii Mam. Ter of Hawaii;
1470. II 384, p lilt. Nov n, 1911.
fviittittiri Wiilltn I w in A J 1Iium1
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den, 1.: up 2, It 1 4794, kill l'.148i:. Ilo-
nokoiinii. lniiiKiuill, Maul; in yrs .it
1.10 per & r. II 3.11, p 307. Nov C
Jijhn Ah Mock Sang to C 1) I.nrkln,
tr, !: Int In gr 1393 mid lands, Kalol,
lie. Honuailla, Maul; 12.10 11 3S8, p
JTI X'rte 1 1QI1 r-
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