Lunisolar atmospheric tides at Jakarta (Indonesia) are studied using air-pressure data collected for the period 1913-1922. The observations cover every hour local mean solar time, starting 1 hr after midnight. It is shown that the tidal wave caused by the lunisolar tide is represented by a 1-day and 1/2-day oscillation with mean amplitudes of 0.11 and 0.33, respectively. Amplitudes of up to 1 mb of dynamic origin were observed in the amplitude spectrum. Also investigated is the 'thermal' tide; the connection between the thermal and the dynamic effects is discussed.