The study by Sarabhai and Kane of the world-wide changes in the daily variation of meson intensity has been extended by an analysis of unpublished Carnegie Institution data, kindly supplied by Dr. Forbush. Comparison of Carnegie Institution measurements at Huancayo and Cheltenham for the period 1937 to 1952 reveals high correlation between changes of the times of maxima at the two stations. The changes of amplitudes of the daily variations are not equally consistently related. The change of intensity of the coronal 5303A emission line exhibits the major features seen in the change of the daily variation of meson intensity. Both follow the usual 11-year solar cycle of activity.