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JJSFJ" .THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1008.'
Oseanic Steamship Company.
en fine Passensor Steamers of this
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
BONOMA JUNE 6
ALAMEDA JUNE 15
CENTURA JUNE 27
ALAMEDA JULY C
la connection with the sailing of tho above steamers, tho Agents are pre
war! to Issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rail
TviA fron San i ncl co to, all points In the United States, and from New
fork by steamship line 'o all Europea n Ports.
Tor further particulars apply to
General AgenAB Oceanic S. S. Company,
Steamers of tho above line running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouverd, B. C, and Sydney, N.
B. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q.
DUE AT HONOLULT ON OR ABOUT THE DATES BELOW STATED, VIZ.
KAHENO JUNE 2
MIOWERA JUNE 30
ULORANGI i JULY 28
MAHENO AUG. 25
MIOWERA SEPT. 22
I BALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN
THEO. He DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
MRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
E. S. HAWAIIAN To sail July 15th
S. S. OREGONIAN To sail August 10th
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU.
S. S. NEVADAN To sail July 13th
S. S. 'NEBRASKAN To sail August 3rd
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO.
S. S. NEBRASKAN To sail July 15th
S. S. NEVADAN To sail August 5th
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU.
S. S. NEVADAN Direct To sail July 20th
S. S. NEBRASKAN Direct To sail August 10th
fc. Jfciaolrfelcl & Co.,
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co
Toyo Kaisen Kaisha S. S. Co.
Bteunera of the above Companies will call at Honr lu and levp this
4Srt on or about the dates below men tloned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
AMERICA MARU JULY 7
SIBERIA JULY 3
Calls at Manila.
Per eeral ln.matloa apply to
lino will arrlv6 at and leave this port
-OR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JUNE 20
ALAMEDA JULY 11
SONOMA JULY 17
ALAMEDA AUGUST 1
. Irwin Sl Co.
Australian Real Mail
MIOWERA MAY 30
VORANGI JUNE 27
MAHENO JULY 25
MIOWERA UG. 22
AORANGI SEPT. IP
. FOR SAN FRANCISCC.
CHINA JULY 3
NIPPON MARU Jul ylO
DORIC JULY 17
MANCHURIA JULY 27
HONGKONG MARU AUGUST 7
They aro cooked and pickled
and put up daintily In glass Jars.
LAMB'S TONGUE, HONEY
COMB URIPD, PIG'S FEET,
Among tho other now Llbby
goods are: Chill Sauce, Salad
Dressing, Tomato Chutney, Sour
Relish, Sweet Relish, Sweet and
Sour Pickles, Applo Butter In
Henry May & Company, Lid
TELEPHONE (MAIN 22.
Bid & O01
(For additional and later shipping see
pages 4, 6 or 8.)
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
Full Moon July 5th nt 5:50 p.
: j n s , H
: ? 3 : h : d ? 5
p.m. ft. a.m. a.m. p.m.
1.31 1.9 0.05 COS 8.32
2.18 2.1 LOG 6.56 9.2S
3.00 2.2 1.58 7.40 10.15
2.48 8.24 11.00
3.35 9.05 11.42
5.11 10.33 0.20
3 5.42 1.9
B.24 G.46 9.14
Times of the tide xre taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at Kahulul 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
whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is
the same as Greenwich, 0 hours, 0 min
utes. The Sun and Moon are for local
time for the whole group.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL
TURE WEATHER BUREAU.
Tho following data, covering a period
of 29 years, have been compiled from
the Weather Bureau, and McKlbbln re
cords at Honolulu, T. H. They are Is
sued to show the conditions that have
prevailed, during tho month In ques
tion, for the above period of years, but
must not bo construed os a forecast
of the weather conditions for the com
Month July for 29 years.
Mean or normal temperature, 78'
The warmest month was that of 1900,
with an average of 79.
The coldest month was that of 1894,
with an average ot 76
The highest temperature was 88 on
July 28, 1900.
The lowest temperature was 63 on
July 1, 1899.
PRECIPITATION (rain 1877-1894, and
Average for the month 1.45 Inches.
Average number of days with .01 of
an inch or more, 14.
The greatest monthly precipitation
was 6:03 inches in 1880.
The least monthly precipitation was
0.34 inches In 1882.
The greatest amount of precipitation
recorded in any 24 consecutive hours
was 3.17 inches on July 12, 1880.
Average 9 a. m. 63; 9 p. m. 72
(1893-1904); average 8 a. m. 68; aver
age S p. m., 72 (1905.)
CLOUDS AND WEATHER (JS90-1903.)
Average number of clear days 13;
partly cloudy days 17; cloudy days 1.
The prevailing jwinds have been from
The average hourly velocity of the
wind during July 1903, was 8.8 miles.
The highest velocity of the wind dur
July, 1905, was 27 miles from the north
east on the 6th.
Station: Honolulu, T. H.
Date of Issue: June 29, 1906.
(X. F. D.)
9 o'clock averages from records of
Territorial Meteorologist; 8 o'clock
averages from U. S. Weather Bureau
WIT. B. STOCKMAN,
Director, Weather Bureau.
Tuesday, July 3.
Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from
Maul and Hawaii ports at 5:10 a. m.
with 19 bags coffee 3,540 bags sugar, 29
head cattle , 350 crates pineapples.
Wednesday, July 4.
Stmr. 'Claudirie, Parker, from Maul
ports, due In morning.
Stmr. iMikahala, Gregory, from Kauai
ports, duo In morning.
Monday, July 2.
Br. ship Lord Templeton, Salden, for
Port Townsend, at 4 p. m.
Tuesday, July 3.
S. S. China, Frlele, for San Francisco,
at 10 a. m.
Stmr. W. G .Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Likellke, Naopala, for Molo
kai, Maul and Lanal ports, at C p. m.
Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for CMahu
kona, Honokaa and Kukuihaelo, at 5
Arriving. . ,
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, July 3, from
Kau C. Baddaky, Miss L. Melnecke,
Miss T. Marcos, F. A. Hartman and
wife, E. ,F. Bishop, Dr. J. S. McGrow,
Father Julian, Father Henry, Father
Celestln; from Kona C. R. Hemenwny
and wife, James Craw, P. High, Miss
F. Cling, J. A. Magulre, Father Charles
Miss Alico Beard; from Maul ports Miss
E. F. Mowbray, T. A. Kiakona and
wife, Miss L. K. Iokla, J. D. Dole, Mrs.
G. C. .Hofgaard; from Mahukona, Miss
L. Akona, Father Paul, Father Stephen
and 35 deck.
DR. N. RUSSEL WILL SPEAK.
Dr. Nicholas Russel is 'to address tho
Research Club at Its next meeting to
'bo held July 6. Tho meeting Is to bo
held at the residence of W. A. Bowon
on Kowalo street. Tho subject of tho
address will ibe "Tho Russian Peasan
try." CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA
AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY
IN INDIA. ,
Mrs. Sd. L. Hiscocks writing from
Clare Road, Byculla, India, says: "If
have used and still require a good many
bottles of Chamborlaln's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and have found
It lnvoluablo as a cure as well ns a pre
ventive of cholera, I have found it
most successful and so far have never
known It. to fall If given early In tho
stages." For solo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
i realty'tkansfeus S
Entered for Record June 30, 1906, from
9 a .m. to 12 Noon.
J W Kalo to Kipl (w) D
F E Steele and wf to W III Go6tz....D
W II Gootz and wf to.H Waterhouso
Trust Co Ltd, tr M
W ill Goetz and wf to II Waterhouso
Trust Co Ltd, tr M
Hawn Cornel & Sug Co to AValluku
Sugar Co D
J A .Magoon to A E Mitchell Rcl
Lee Ahlo iby mtgee to Chan Sec D
Lam Chung Chin Jjy mtgco to W L
AValluku Sugar Co ot al to C Brewer
& Co Lad D
Mrs Ulll and hsb to S Kalllmal D
B II Brown and wf to G N Day et al.M
S Machida et al to Win Kinney.... CM
T Hussey and hsb to 8'W Nawahino.D
Melckule Kapukul to J A PaaklkI....D
'S N Kaneamoku and wf to J A Pa-
nklkl and wf D
Illwaull and hsb to J A Paaklkl and
Lupona to Otto Medelros D
Punahoa to A Lldgato D
G Seltz and wf to Manool do Souza...D
Opea Malakl and hsb to Charles Ma-
lakl et al D
F Sakamaki and wf to K Tomlshima.D
Entered for Record July 2, 1906.
From 9 a. 111. to 4 pm.
Kallihlwa Davis et al to Mary H
Atcherley ...Rev P A
L K (Davis and hsb to J Coerper...PA
Kallihlwa Davis to Lizzie K Davis... D
Lizzie K Davis and hsb to C Bolte...M
J H Coney to Wahino Kaiu Rel
Wahlno Kaiu (w) to G N Wilcox M
Hllo Sug Co to P Kumalae and wf. Rcl
P Kumalae and wf to Ponohawal
Coffee Co Ltd D
Sing Chong & Co to J W Kalkalna-
hnole et al Rel
A N Campbell, tr, to F Bar wick.. ..Rel
Wm Wond to Mary A Wond D
J Alfred Olagoon tr to A Coyne.Par Rel
A Coyne and wf to "Moibel L Lee D
F A Kelllnohopono, gdn, to J K Aplo.L
Recorded June 23, 1900.
S Ozakl to Satoklchl Matsumoto, PA;
general powers. B 284, p 209. Dated
July 13, 1903.
Y Suga to S Suga, 'PA; general pow
ers. B 2S4, p 211. Dated May 28, 1903:
Isaac S Kaiu to J Alfred Magoon,
Rev P A; powers granted In liber 274,
for 203. B 284, p 213. Dated June 22,
Tomlnaga to SegakI Sego, BS; 1
wagon, 3 horses, 1 mule, 5 harnesses,
etc. $250. B 284, p 213. Dated June 20,
Y Anin and wife to Frank Fitz, tr;
lots 11 to 16 (lncl), 'blk 102, bldgs, etc.,
Palolo, Honolulu, Oahu. $1800. B 2S0,
ip 299. Dated June 21, 190G.
Wllhelmina L Wilcox to William O
Smith, PA; general powers. B 2S4, p
214. Dated June 23, 1906.
Owners of Kukuau 2nd by atty of tr
to HHackfeld & Co Ltd., D; por U V
5706, kul 8521B, Front St, Hllo, Hawaii
$1000. B 2S0, p 290. Dated Juno 22,
Norah Vredenburg and hsb to Elmer
E Conant, M; lnt In lots 3530 of patent
4017, Puuknpu Resrvtn, S. Kohala, Ha
waii. $500. B 2S1, p 97. Dated Juno 15,
Harriet F Coan to Philip M Coan,
Rel; 1-2 lnt In por lot 3, R P 1949, Hllo
Hawaii. $1500. B 281, p 99. Dated June
Charles Akau and wf to F M Swanzy
D; lnt in kul 10,540, Pohakuhaku, Ha
makua, Hawaii. $100. B 280, p 298.
Dated June 15, 1900.
Kahulul Railroad Co to Wong King,
L; 2100 sq ft land, Pala, Hamakuapoko,
Maui. 10 yrs at $60 per annum. B 28,3
p 276. Dated May 15, 1902.
Recorded June 23, 1906.
Kalua (w) Affdt; in re unrecorded
deed of pc land to S P, Honolulu. B
2S4, p 215.. Dated July 17, 'lSSO.
H. M. Von Holt to Louis Warren, Rel;
lnt In por R P 082, Kallhl. Honolulu,
Oahu; int In R Ps 669, 5663 and 1662,
Nuuanu St, Honolululu, Oahu; Int In
livestock, Honoullull, Ewa, Oahu; lnt in
personal property of Mrs. K. Batchelor
Dec. $2000. B 279, p 442. Dated June
L L McCandless to James Armstrong
Rel; mauka half R P 2613, kul 9003,
bldgs, etc, KIklhale, Honolulu, Oahu.
$200. B -281, p 100. Dated June 19,
James Armstrong to Lincoln L Mc
Candless, M; 1-2 lnt In kul 11,2:2, pors
R P 2613, por op 2, R P 5709 and por
kuls 9003, 606 and 852, King, River and
Hotel Sts, Honolulu, Oahu; 1-2 int in
3 pes land and premises, Manana, Ewa,
Oahu; int in 2 leaseholds, bldgs, etc
Oahu. $8500. B 281, p 100. Dated Juno
Sam Kakapu to Keawo Alko, D; R P
1311, kul 6122, Kahana, Koolauloa, Oa
hu; 1. etc. B 280, p 301. Dated June
Geo C Hewitt and wf to Mlnne
Becker, D; 80-lOOa- land and bdgs, Wai
ohlnu, Kau, Hawaii. $350. B 282, p 87.
Dated Feb 27, 1906.
Charles K Kunane and wf to Geo P
Tullock, M; int in gr 2494, Kaao, Hama
kua, Hawaii. $450. B 279, p 439. Dat
ed June 15, 1906.
Geo P Tullock to Henry Waterhouso
Tr Co Ltd, A M; mtg C K Kunane on
in In gr 2491, Knao, Hamakua, Hawaii.
$450. B 279, p 441. Dated June 15, 1906,
Charles Melnecke to George J. Camp
boll, Par Rel; gr 2905, Walopuo, Kau,
Hawaii. $2. B 281, p 99. Dated June
J K'Kahotwal and wf to J Alfred
Magoon, D; 1-3 lnt In lands, S. Kona
Hawaii. $350. B 280, p 300. Dated June
Show Chan to Kal Kam, P A; special
powers. B 281, p 215. Dated Aug 19,
Recorded Juno 26, 1906.
Kaplolanl Estate Ltd to Georgo K
Kokauohn, D: pc littid, Laie, Koolau
loa, Oahu. $200. B 2S0, p 302. Dated
Feb 2, 1906.
James Love by gdn nnd tr to Tr of
James Lovo, D; int In various pes land
Emma and King streets etc, Horlulu
Oahu; int in Icasclmlds and bldgs, Ka-
pinion! Park, Honolulnlti, Oahu. $1. B
2S0, p 303. Dated June 25, i006.
Mrs. Murgnret Cowos to Chas S
Deskj-! tr, L; pc land, Hotel St, Hono
lulu, Oahu. 25 years 3 yrs at $60 per
mo; 22 yrs at $05 per mo. B 2S3, p 277.
Dated Oct 28, 1905.
Clins S Desky, tr to W A Kinney,
A L; pc land, Hotel St, Honolulu, Oahu
$250. B 283, p 281. Dated Dec 9, 1905.
Wong Hung Ngeo to Chow Wing, B
S; lnt In 1 sharo In Sam Wo Co. Bero
tunla St, Honolulu, Oahu. $650. B 284,
p 210. Dated May 1, 190G.
Lee Let and wf to Bishop Trust Co
Ltd, M; por R P 1088, kul 170, bldgs,
etc, King St, Honolulu, Oahu. $6000. B
279, p 443. Dated June 25, 190S.
Est of B P Bishop by trs to Edward
H Edwards, D; lot B 2 of R P 1663, kul
6524, Keel, S Kona, Hawaii. $2G3. B
2S0, .p 301. Dated Juno 22, 1906.
L Turner & Co Ltd to Z Mahalula,
Rel; R P's 2978, and 4674, Halcpuna,
Hllo, Hawaii. $66.35. B 279, p 440.
Dated Juno 14, 1906.
Hllo Sug Co to J Kawaha (k), Rel;
5a f gr 2978, Halepuna, Hllo, Hawaii
$160. B 279, p 416. Dated Juno 25, 190G
7. Mahalula to Hllo Sug Co; M; R P's
2978 and 164, Halepuna, Hllo, Hawaii.
$400. B 279, p 417. Dated Juno 4, 1906
William Clark and wf to Hllo Sug Co,
M; 1-2 lnt in por R P 902, Wainaku,
Hllo, Hawaii. $200. B 279, p 448. Dat
ed June 15, 1906.
A SUPERB VILLAIN 1
Rex E. Beach In his exposure in Ap
pleton's Booklovers Magazine entitled
"Tho Looting of Alaska" tells In the
April Installment of tho final bringing
to bay of Alexander McKcnzlc, who
robbed tho Alaska miners of their gold
by a pretence at law. He depicts him
at last with his back to tho vaults of
the Alaska Banking & Safety Deposit
Company defying the mob of miners
whom he had robbed.
"The mob was loath to bellovo that
he did not intend to remove the gold
and would not let him leavo the bank
at which righteous Indignation flamed
up within him. Who were they to stop
a peaceful, honest person? He turned
on them like a great bear, crying
" 'I am an American citizen. I have
committed no crime and I am going
out of here. Stand aside!'
"He raised his empty hands abovo his
head and walked out through the press,
glaring at them, eye to eye. One man
dropped a gun In his excitement, but no
one stopped him. The man's physical
daring excites admiration. What a
bully villain he is!"
"This, ladles and gentlemen," said
tho guide "is a real theatrical chop
house. You will notice the signs on
the wall, 'Watch your hat,' and 'Keep
an eye on your umbrella.' "
:'Great gooseberries!" exclaimed the
old farmer in the party "I often heard
tell that these here actor folks were
half starved, but I didn't think they
would eat hats and umbrellas."
Statement of Condition, June 30, 1906
Cash on hand and In bank. . ,.$48,2S2.92
Mortgages secured by Real Es-
Loans, demand nnd time 4,090.23
Real Estate 12,607.91
Accrued Interest receivable.... 435.63
Territory of Hawaii,
. Island of oaliu.
I, Allen W. T. Bottomley, Treasurer of the Bishop Trust Company, Lim
ited, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. (
(Signed) ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLEY,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
S. M. DAMON,
Balance Sheet as at June 30, 1906.
Cash $ 720,055.30 Capital and Surplus $ 836,201.63
Duo from Bonks & Bankers 4,317.32 Due to Banks & Bankers.... 204,255.77
Bonds, Stocks and Invest- Deposits 2,596,245.80
ments 283,211.36 Notes and Bills rediscounted 200,000.00
Loans, Discounts & Over
Real Estate and Bank
OtherAssets ; 65,809.95
Honolulu, T. H., Juno 30th, 1906.
I, Alexander Garvle, do solemnly sw
represents a true and correct statemen
of Bishop & Company as at Juno 30th,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
(L. S.) . Notary
PARTY GETS TWO SHARKS,
A shork fishing part consisting of
Miss Florence Hall, (Miss Charlotto
Hall, Jock Young and Charles H.
Courtney, yesterday landed two sharks.
The flrst ono was caugnt right oft of
the harbor and wns only flvo feet long.
Tho second shark was over 14 feet In
length and put up a strenuous fight bo
fore ho was lnnded. Tho -party report
having scon four other sharks about
tho second ono that they caught.
Fine Job Printing, Star Office.
llili Annual Championship Races
July 4th, 1906
Over the Pearl Harbor
Myrtle Crew. Healani Crow.
L. C. King Stroke P. J. .Tnrrstt
E. C. L. Crabbc.No. 3....W. G. Wilson
C. A. Hartwell...No. 2..R. McCorrlston
Sam Johnson Bow..O. J. Blackman
L. Hough Coxswain II. Stelner
Myrtle Crew. Healani Crew.
A Ewart Stroke W. Dickson
F. Bechert N0.3...V. Fernandez Jr
K. Brown No. 2.M. P. Rotoinson Jr
!R. Hughes Bow 'H. T'Sulllvan
L. SHough Coxswain H. Stelner
Elks. University Club.
B. Hellbron Stroke.. H. Dillingham
R. Johnson No. 3 OC. P. Scott
G. Angus 'No. 2 0. Sorenson
G. A. Martin Bow..Capt. Humphrey
L. Hough Coxswain
P. Van Valkenberg
Races will start Immediately after
arrival of train at the Peninsula.
Special train will leavo Honolulu at 9
a. m., running direct to the Peninsula
and returning Immediately after the
flnsh of the races.
ROUND TRIP TICKET 75 CENTS.
C. C. Rhodes, Geo. Crozler, M. M.
rust Co., Ltd
50 per oent, paid in $50,000.00
Undivided Proflts.. , 1,710.39
Trust and Agency ,
this 30th days of June, 1906.
J. HARRIS MACKENZIE,
Notary Public, 1st Judicial Circuit.
A. W. T. BOTTOMLEY.
ear that tho foregoing Balance Sheet
t of tho affairs of tho Banking Houso
1906, to tho best of my knowledge and
(Signed) ALEXR. GARVIE,
the 30th day of June, 1900.
i (Signed) R. R. REIDFORD,
Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. II.