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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUHSDAY, MARCH 20, 1006.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
fne flno Passenger Steamers of this lino 111 arrlvo nt and leave thin port
PROM SAX FRANCISCO.
SONOMA FEBRUARY 21
ALAMEDA MARCH 2
iVENTURA MARCH 14
AIiAMEDA MARCH 23
HERRA APRIL 4
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre
pared to issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San i ncl co to all points In the United States, and from New
fork by steamship line '.o all Europea n Ports.
For further particulars apply to
W. Ca. irwin
General Agendo Oceanic S. S. Company,
Canadian -Australian M
Steamers of the above lne, running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
B. W., and calling at Vctoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q.
DUTT AT HONOLULU ON OR ABOUT THE DATES BELOW STATED, VIZ.
'AORANGI MARCH 10
MIOWERA APRIL 7
GALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd., Gen,l Agts.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
CALIFORNIAN To sail April
ALASKAN To sail May
PROM SAN' FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU.
S. S. NEVADAIN To sail March 22nd
S. S. NEBRASKAN
S. NEVADAN To sail April ist
S. NEBRASKAN To sail April 22nd
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU.
S. NEBRASKAN To sail (via San Francisco") April 6th
S. NEVADAX V-To sail ApYil 27th
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. 5. Go
Toyo Kaisen Kaisha S. S. Co.
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Hour lu and leav th's
'yrt on or about the dates below men tloned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU MAR. 24
KOREA MAR. 29
COPTIC APRIL 7
SIBERIA APRIL 14
AMOTRICA MARU APRIL 21
MONGOLIA MAY 2
CHINA MAY 9
NIPPON MARU MAY 17
DORIC MAY 24
MANCHURIA JUNE 1
HONGKONG MARU JUNE 12
KOREA JUNE 19
COPTIC JUNE 26
SIBERIA JUNE 3
Calls at Manila.
For general lnfvrmatloa apply to
B D D
The S. S. Ventura brought us the following assortment
of California Fruits and Vegetables:
CELERY, CAULIFLOWER, ASPARAGUS,
ARTICHOKES, RHUBARB, RED CAB
BAGE, TURNIPS (RUTABAGA), PAR
SNIPS, APPLES, ORANGES LEMONS.
All the above are crisp, fresh anil delicious.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
RETAIL 22 TELEPHONES WHOLESALE 92.
"Oil SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA FEBRUARY .'0
SIERRA MARCH 13
ALAMEDA.. ..I MARCH 28
SONOMA APRIL 3
MIOWERA MAR. 7
MO AN A APRIL 4
MAHENO MAY I
To sail April
TO SAN FRANCISCO.
'AMERICA MARU MAR
MONGOLIA APRIL 7
CHINA APRIL 14
NIPPON MARU APRIL 24
DORIC MAY 1
MANCHURIA MAY 8
HONGKONG MARU MAY 18
KOREA , MAY 2
COPTIC '. JUNE
SIBERIA JUNE 8
AMERICA MARU JUNE 15
MONGOLIA JUNE 26
uiu.N.i juux a
NIPPON MARU Jul ylOi
DORIC JULY 17 I
MANCHURIA JULY 27
D & JB Ll Si IB
(For nddltlonui and later shipping see
pages 4, 6 or 8.)
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
New Moon March 21th nt 1:21 p.
m a a! , 'A f
n Ctx o b w m . ,
p.m. p.m. a.m.
12.25. 5.37 7.23
0.50 1.7 1.21 6.42 8.03
2.07 7.38 8.35
2.46 8.28 3.00
2.51 1.6 3.22 9.22 9.13
3.24 1.5 3.57 9.44 9.54
25 4.24 1.4 4.00 10.13 10.35 8.59 6.13 Sets
Tlhies of the tide xre taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at Kahnlul and Hllo
occur about one hour earlier than at
Honolulu, Hawaiian sta dard time Is
10 hours '30 minutes slower than Green
wich time, being that of the meridian
of 167 degrees 30 minutes. The time
whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is i
the same as Greenwich, 0 hours, 0 min
utes. The Sun and Moon are for local
time for the whole group.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL
Tho following data, covering a period
of 29 years, have been compiled from
tho Weather Bureau and McKlbbln
records at Honolulu, T. H. They are
issued to show the conditions that havo
prevailed, during the month In ques
tion, for the above period of years, but
must not be construed as a forecast of
the weather conditions for the coming
' Month, March, for 29 years.
I Temperature. (1890-1905).
! Mean or normal temperature, 71.
I The warmest month was that of 1S97,
with an average of 73.
1 The coldest month was that of 1903,
with an average of 68.
The highest temperature was 83 on
March 18, 1893, and March 30, 1901.
fThe lowest temperature was 53 on
March 4, 1891.
Precipitation (rain. 1877-89 & 1903).
Average forthe month, 2.59 Inches.
Average number of days with .01 ot
an Inch or more, 11.
The greatest monthly precipitation
was 13.29 inches in 1SS0.
The least monthly precipitation was
0.13 Inches in 1878.
The greatest amount of precipitation
recorded In any 24 consecutive hours
was 5.62 inches on March 7, 1890.
Average, 9 a. m., 70 8 a. m 05;
average, 8 p. m., 76 (1890-1904); 8 p.
m., 6S, (1905).
Clouds and Weather. (1890-1905)
1 Average number of clear days, 9;
partly cloudy days, 15; cloudy days, 7.
The .prevailing winds have been from
I The average hourly velocity of the
wind during March, 1905, was 8.5 miles.
The highest velocity of the wind dur
ing March, 1905, was 34 miles from the
west on the 10th.
Station: Honolulu, T. H.
Date of issue: Jruary 27, 1906.
9 o'clock averages from records of
Territorial Meteorologist; 8 o'clock av
erages from U. S. Weather Bureau rec
ords. ALEX. McC- ASHLEY,
SUPERVISORS TAKE COGNIZANCE
OF MISCONDUCT OF DETECTIVE
AND ORDER AN INVESTIGATION
On motion of Supervisor Lucas, the
Board of Supervisors decided last night
to make an investigation into tho con
duct of Detective H. Lake of the Coun
ty Attorney's department last Satur
day night when Joo Lewis and George
McCorriston, two young men, were nr-
rested by Lake, while they were walk-
Ing quietly along the street.
lioin young men were present at the
meeting ready to testify, but it was de
elded not to call them at that time.
Lucas called attention to tho article
on the subject published in Tho Star
yesterday and said that the conduct of
Lake required Investigation. Lucas !
stated that ho had received complaints
from tho young men who wero reput- :
able young men and who nxro entitled
to consideration. They had complained
that Lake had insulted them and had
taken them to the pollco station with
out any right. It had also been stated
to Lucas, although ho did not himself
accuso Lake, that Lake had been under '
the Influence of liquor at the time of J
tho arrest. Lucas said that If the !
charges were correct Lake should be !
punished. Ho asked that a committee j
oe appointed to Investigate the matter
and to make a report at the next meet
ing of the oard of Supervisors.
Moore thought that it would bo bet
ter to havo an Investigation first be
fore any charges wero heard, so he sec
anded Lucas' motion. Chairman Ad
ams appointed Lucas and Sloore on iRo
An answer was filed in tho federal
court yestorday afternoon by Ballou &
Mnrx in the case of the United States
vs. the John Ii Estate, In which about
CO acres of Pearl Harbor land aro be
ing condemned for naval purposes.
Tho only contested point is the valuo
of the land, which in tho answer filed,
for A. W. Carter, S. M. Ballou and
Irene II Holloway, Is stated to bo much
moro than tho $5,000 which Is given as
valuation In the government's com
plaint. Road offer on page 7.
Columbia Graphophono free. Sea
THE LA PALOWiA
LFAVES APRIL 1
THE YACHT COMMITTEE PLANS
TO GIVE THE BOAT A FINE
The committee thut linu tho com
ing yncht race In hand met yesterday
afternoon at 4 o'clock In the rooms of
the Promotion Committee.
Arrangements were made by which
the La Paloma will bo given a great
send on on April 7, when she departs
for tho coast. The band will bo on
hnnd to play her off. Commodoro Ho
bron will accompany her In his yacht
Gladys for one hundred miles. Ho
will tako pictures of her and these will
bp used for advertising purposes.
The Victoria Yncht Club wrote that
they had only ono boat largo enough to
enter and she was unavailable. They
wished all success for thc-undortnking,
Tlio programs to bo used at tho bene
fit given by tho Buhler players at the
Opera House oro to bo very line. Pic
tures will bo used prafusely so they
will make a good advertisement on the,
special committee was appointed to
oscortaln whether tho band could bolTuxe30 clu,J 18 ln trouble already, and
held .here until tho mlddls of Juno. A ! conseo.uently here Is no chance for a
cable was sent to Joo Cohen for that
purpose. Tho band would bo of tho
greatest assistance In entertaining tho
NEW ZEALANDERS WELCOMED.
The "All Black" Football team, which
passed through here a few weeks ago
were given a great reception when
they nrrlved In Auckland on tho 5th
Inst. They were escorted in tally-hos
and the mayor of Auckland and other
prominent men welcomed them.
PA-U RIDERS' HUI.
At tho home of Mrs. Kainaiia Pauhl
at Walkikl, the Pa-u riders of Hono
lulu organized yesterday afternon. The
association was formed to keep alive
the Interest in tho
Pa-u riders as
awakened on February 22. The next
meeting will be held Thursday oven
The Hawaiian Band will give a pub
lic concert this evening at 7:30 at
Thomas Square. Following is the pro-
'Poet and Peasant"
Finale, "Carmen" (by request)... Bizet
Chorus, "Tanhauser" (by request)...
Selection, "II Trovatore" (by request
, . . . . Verdi
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs.. Ar. by Berger
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection, "German Marches"
"In My Merry Oldsmobllo" Edwards
Finale, "Happy Heinle" Lampe
"Star Spangled Banner."
Dr. and Mrs. Sinclair and Miss Bur
ckes of San Francisco were hosts for a
very enjoyable tally-ho party on Sun
day. The party went up Tantalus.
LuncliLon was served at the Tantalus
resldenco of J. G. Rothwell.
ACCIDENT AT FUNERAL.
At the funeral of Kelllkoa, at Kona,
some Hawaiian ladles were sitting on
the railing of the verandah when it
gave way, letting them fall about ten
feet to the ground, whereby they were
seriously, and It may be fatally injured.
' a schooner disabled In tho storm by
the loss of all her sails except the foro-
sail, was lying off South Point. Puna.
when the Kalulanl, by wireless order
from Honolulu, took her in tow and
brought her safely Into Hllo harbor
BURNS ITO VICTORIA.
A. M. Burns, who has been with tho
Hawaiian Star for the past two years,
arrived in iimo Dy tno Klnau after a
ten days' visit at tho Woods' ranch at
Kohala. Hp will visit the Volcano and
then go to Vancouver, B. C, to visit
his people. Hawaii Herald.
On Draught And In Bottles
Rainier Bottling Works
With tho defeat of Marvin Hart by
Tommy Burns, whose right name Is
Noah Brusso, nnother championship
claim has gone glimmering. Ever since
Hart defeated Roqt nt Reno tho Ken
tucklan has proclaimed himself ns tho
real article In the heavyweight .line,
but outside of his press agents and a
few matchmokers no ono has taken
him seriously. Jeffries himself made it
clear some time ago that he did not
pass tho title over and so conditions
; arc ns they tfero before tho Kentucklan
broko Into the limelight.
There will be no fewer than eight
catchers of major league experience In
tho American association next season..
They nro Bill Clarke, Mlko Kahoe,
"Joo" Sugden, "Spike" Sullivan, Fred
Abbott, Jack Ryan, Monte Bovlllo and
Owner Havenor, of the Milwaukee
club, says ho will fight any attempt of
the national commission tn fnMn
, Reach or Spaldlmr ball on thn Amm-i.
, can association lustead of the Victor
I ball, as reported from (Toledo. It brings
.me two motions into another war.
Considerable inoro talk has been
heard about Jack Palmer, tho English
heavy-weight, nnd tho way ho Is being
touted In this country leads to the be
lief that ho Is really looking for a
match In tho states. Tom O'Jtouke's
1 "lu,-cn mere, nut Palmer will undoubt
euiy bo accommodated If ho keeps on
calling for an opponent.
A. H. Felkey, lightweight champion
wrestler of tho Northwest, lost his title
a few days ago In Minneapolis, when
0 went down in two straight falls In
his match with "Jimmy" Potts Potts
, won the first fall in 18 minutes and
after a short rest he took the next bout
and hard-fought throughout, with Potts
on the aggressive for the greater part
of the time.
Herman is still nlier Nelson and
Brltt for a match and declares ho Is
very willing to take Brltt on if he can
not como to terms with Nelson. He is
very much 'nut out at thi inmroooir,.,
, that has become general that he does
not possess the punch to become a
champion, and says he wants only the
opportunity to prove what he can tlo.
A WATCH FOR ADAMS.
Andrew Adams, Manager of tho Ka
huku Plantation, was the recipient of
a gold watch, suitably engraved, from
the Japanese employes of the Planta
tion. Mr. Adams is leaving for a few
months vocation nnd the Japanese took
this way of letting him know of their
appreciation for hJs ninny kindnesses to
e following letter nccompanled tho
To Andrew Adams, Manager Kahuku
We. the undersigned Japanese em
ployes of this plantation, desire to
take this opportunity upon the eve of
your departure for a brief visit ln tho
home-land, of presenting to you this
slight token of our sincere regard for
you as our employer, and as an ex
pression of our cordial good wishes for
a pleasant voyage and an enjoyable
vacation. AVo shall greatly miss you
but we are pleased to learn that It
is only for u few months, and when
you return It will be a great pleasuro to
welcome you back again.
Aloha nul oe!
(Signed by nil the Japanese em
ployes of Kahuku Plantation.)
MAGUIRE A REVOLUTIONIST.
j John Magulre, the hackman, is In the
, Isle of Pines and Is said to bo engaged
as a revolutionist, being ono of those
who would like to overthrow the gov
ernment and secure annexation to the
United States. The Americans on the
Island recently asked to be taken in but
President Roosevelt refused to nccopt
the isle, which now hns a delegation in
Washington boosting the annexation
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
ACTS ON NATURE'S PLAN.
Tho most successful medicines are
those that aid nature. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts, on this plan. Tako
it when you have a cold and It will al
lay tho cough, relieve tho lungs, aid ex
pectoration, open tho secretion nnd aid
nature in restoring tho system to a
healthy condition. Sold by all dealers,
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Ha
J. C. COHEN
National Stock Co.,
Monday, Mnrch 19 SAPHO.
Tuesday, March 20 TURNED UP.
Wednesday, March 21. CAMILB.
Hawaiian Opera Hoose
THURSDAY, MARCH 22, and SATUR
DAY, MARCH E4,
HELD BY THE ENEMY
FRIDAY, MARCH 23, AND SATUR
(Tickets for Opera Houso performance
at W.M1, Nichols Co., on Tuesday morn
Is always In season with
its comfort, convenience
Sold by dealers and-by
W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
r7rr G. Irwin. .President and Manager
John D. Sprcckels. First Vice-President
W. M. Glffard.... Second Vice-President
H. M. Whitney Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
C. I. Spalding Auditor
SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co., San Fran
eaidwln Locomotive Works, Philadel
Vewall Universal Mill Co., Manufao.
turers of National Cane Shredder,
New York, N. Y. '
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
Straw, felt and Panama hats always
Ladles hats to order a specialty.
Nuuanu St., between Hotel and King.
Atlas Assurance Company of Lond'H.
Phoenix Assurance Con-pany of Lon
don. New York Underwriters Agency.
Providence Washington Insurant.
THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED
General Agents for Hawaii.
Four.h Floor. Stangenwald Bulldln.
City ileat Harket
All Kinds of
FRESH MEAT, FRUIT
FRESH TURKEY AND CHICKEN.
Island beef clrloln steak lOo a pound.
Choice rib roast lOo a pound.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78.
BRO. BENJAMIN'S HERBALO
Stomach ana Liver
GOOD FOR THE
At All Druggists