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I lVw thius an iuijmssibli to lilitmv ami kill. Johnson. hVS AV : v A iAAAh 'III.' SPORTS, CLASSIFIED AND SHIPPIXQ NEWS SECTION. TWELVE HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS i in INVESTIGATING Division of Hydrography Is jCo-operating With v Plant-" , crs' Association An important, investigation of wa ter resources of sugar plantations is aoBounced as follows by G. K. Larri son, superintendent of hydrography. In his report for last month: . "Tentative arrangements hare been made with the director of the H. S. P. A experimental station to undertake an. investigation of ditch losses, evapo ration, water duty under different con ditions of soil, etc. , The work will be started at the experimental sub-station at Waipo, near Waipahu, Oahu. The H. S. P. A. will furnish all labor, ma terials, etc., while .this division will furnish the technical help to carry out the hydrometric work. After the work has been started at Walpio It is hoped that it can be extended to plantations on all islands under different condi tions of soil, climate, crops, etc. The first work to be taken- up will be the Investigation of ditch seepage, soil and distribution losses, and some evaporation experimental work which will be started during July. , 7 ,, -It Is believed that the data obtain ed will open the way to greater effi ciency and economy in water utiliza tion in Hawaii.- , Stream gaging stations on May 31 were 27 on Kauai, 44 on Oahu, 43 on Maul and one in Kona, Hawaii, a to tal of 115. During June seven were established one on Kauai, four on Oahu, and two on Maui. Two on Maul were discontinued, leaving 120 sta tions on June 30. Of these 48 are clock register stations 12 on Kauai, IS on Oahu, 20 on Man! and one on Hawaii. , ... . ,y . tV r While leeward Oahu has had a com paratively dry month,'' the report states, "the Koolau range has receiv ed more than Its usual amount of rain fall, with the result that reservoirs along the leeward side of the range are well filled." ;iv , ; . . . As to Kauai: "June was an unusual ly wet month and the Island generally received an abnormal amount of rain fall. On June 22 heavy rainfall was peneral all over the island, and the Wainlha river was reported by Mr. Menefoglio aa the highest he had ever seen it." '.'.,. . . -. . . Maul: "Wet weather conditions con tinued during June, but there was less rainfall - than during: the previous month." - , y' t . On Hawaii an Investigation had been started for the attorney-general of the south branch of the Walluku river near I Mo, in connection with the Hilo Boarding . School ditch controversy. Floods prevented its completion and a j further examination -would oe maae as soon as the river dropped to a normal stage, 'v.". . Tr.AygrOKT SERTICE fron Manila via Nagasaki, 1 July 13. - s, frm Honolulu, for San Fran- : rTived May 16. . . .' from Honolulu for San Fran- , arrived July 14. , :i, frcn Honolulu for Guam and July 16. ' ' . :n Honolulu for Seattle; ar n. tis.t!ond at the Phntnulnwi. L ACH0S3 THE AMiniCAN CONTINENT' . VIA THE , CCINIC LINE OF THE WORLD THROUGH THE CrtAND CANYON OF THE FLATHCn TJVCR AND THE HOYAL GORGE. ' TT T3 " F. L. WALDRON, Ltd, Agenta, PRE I'D HT and T I C K E T 8 Also Reservations any point on the : mainland. -See WELLS-FAR-GO & CO, 72 S. King SL Tel 1515 LAUIO)RY . ' - LIcssenger Boy Phone 3461 Do Not Forget to Include i the. Grocery. -bRER? I L. J K . ' :.;.3i':,;'.-".r" WflRfMli ffiSUMON -I-CURE TABOOED :-' Fight on Pests Waged With Vigor; Fruit Fly Para- sites Liberated According to the June report of E. M. Ehrhorn, superintendent of ento moloey. Japanese persist in the worm eatlnig habit for the cure of consump tion. "taring the month," the report says, "two packages of medlclml worms ar rived, one by parcel post in which the worms were very much alive,, in fact one moth had almost emerged from the pupa. This shipment was Identi cal with the one destroyed in the month of February, but no Instruc tions accompanied the sending. The other package consisted of a tube made out of a joint of bamboo, sawed into at one end, making a perfect mailing tube and found In the baggage of a Japanese at the Immigrant station. Jt contained 12 large lepIdoVerous larvae which we found had been baked; how. ever, we confiscated the lot so as to discourage the worm-eating habit for the cure of consumption, thereby less ening future Importations if possible." i Breeding and distribution of the Sll vestri fruit fly parasites has been kept up, 11,190 having been liberated dur- ing the month. About 1000 each of the hornfly and housefly parasites brought rrom uie Philippines by Mr. Fullawav have also been set at large. Six tin tubes of dungfly material sent by Dr Sllvestri had arrived In bad condition. all the beetles being dead. Larvae and pupae -of the Japanese beetle sup posed to be parasitized, had been re ceived from Mr. Muir. 1 ' Ship Inspection at Honolulu resulted In the passing of 1308. lots and 20.071 parcels out of 1358 lots and 20,121 par eels, while one lot and one parcel were fumigated. 48 lots and 48 parcels burn, ed and one lot and one parcel returned. Passengers and immigrants from for eign countries continue to bring fruit and vegetables without the necessary permit, only to have them destroyed, 29 packages of fruit and 15 of vege tables having been the quota in June. One hundred and six boxes of apples from the Pacific coast had to be over hauled owing to moth-infested boxes,' the fruit not showing any infestation. One box of plants from California was found infested with the common green bouse whitefly and the plants were fu migated before delivery. One pack age of plants arriving from Manila without a permit from the federal hor ticultural board was returned to the Shipper, i'-y. -' -; ': " ' Brother M. Newell at Hilo inspected 142 lots and 2787 packages, finding all free from pests. The inter-Island In spection resulted In the passing of 800 packages and the refusal of 15. . historic v:yi;' - "Say, , waiter,", said . the traveling man to "the hotel waiter, ' "what kind of chicken do you call this!" "That's a Plymouth Rock, I be lieve," replied the waiter. . "I am glad it has some claim to his toric mention' said the man. "I thought it was just an ordinary, cob blestone." Philadelphia Public Led ger.;..',..;;,; ; :-;':;:v Little Fred "Are you tired. Uncle Joer - .v .;;::':. Uncle Joe "No. Why do you ask?" ''Little Fred "Papa said you came home last night with an awful load." OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE V": OUTWARD. ' For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku, and way stations 9: 15 a, m, Z:2Q p. m. For Pearl City. Ewa Mill and way stations f7:30 a. m 9:15 a. m4 11:20 a. tn 2:15 p. BL, 2:2Q p. 6:15 p. m t9:30.p. m, til : 15 p. m. For Wahiawa and Lellehua 10:20 a. m t2:40 p. m., 5:00 p. 11:00 p. m. -; ;.-.. v;( ''v'V;': , . . INWARD. Arrive Honolulu from Kahukn, Wal alua and Walanae 8:36 a. m 5:31 p.: in. ' ' J ; '-x ; :V Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City f7:45 a. nw 'SrSS a. 11:02 a. nu, M:40 p. nu, W.2Z p. 5:31 p. m 7:30 p. m. ' Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Lellehua 9: 15 a. m., tl:55 p. bl, 4:01 p. 7:10 p. m. - - The Halelwa Limited, it wohour train (only firstclass tickets honored) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:38 a. m, for Halelwa hotel: returning ar rives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Walanae. ' ; .'v '; DaUy. t Except Sunday. tSundayonly. a p. denison, f. c. smith, Superintendent v ; C P. A. T. MURAKAMI SH0TEN Importer and Dealer in JAPANESE DRY and FANCY GOODS PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, Etc 32-34 Hotel street, near Nuunail. Y. TAKAKUWA & C0 Limited. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Japanese Provisions and General MerchandDre .v. Nuoanu EL near Kiag SL STARS FORETELL TOUGH LUCK HERE AND ALMOST EVERYWHERE "Hawaii has the prognostication of serious difficulties, which cause re vMiii. tn c,rJnV .nHn..i Hiatia. , .. . . . , "The augury is sinister for all who faction among planters. There is al80iWjeld power ls and dUagter are a new problem indicated which con-, prognosticated for certain rulers in cerns race prejudices. The Japanese population win caase difficulties, the seers predict" -While this configuration prevails This is all over now, but It looked it is probable that men who are con mighty dark for Hawaii on July 11 cerned with large interests will be of the present year, according to a domineering and overconfident There horoscope prepared by one of the best is a prophecy of trouble through a juue noroscopists in the business. Bad luck seemed to hold sway on! this particular day, even children beginning new projects, unless they and that it is waste of money to pur choosing July 11 as a birthday being are kept secret Bad luck is foretold chase feed for bogs. This Idea tm subject to hasty tempers, while Presiv for whatever partakes of the nature doubtedlv ortirfnatpa w!th th awiii-fwi dent Wilson was In particularly bad on the Mexican situation. Among the cheerless events prognosticated by the Start were: "Care should be maintained lest the AGED , '. "Why, look here," said the mer chant who was in need of a boy, "aren't , you' the, same boy who was in here a week ago?" . ;: "Yea, sir," said the applicant , "I thought so. And didn't I tell you then that I wanted an older boyr :.:,-. "Yes, sir. That's why I'm back. I'm older now." Exchange. . Mrs. I Conway, who, with her hus band, Charles Conway, was convicted of the murder of Miss Sophia Singer, a Baltimore girl, was pardoned by Gov ernor Dunne of Illinois. c - VEMENTS . OF MAIL STEAMERS YESSELS TO ABRIYB 1 - Thursday, July 30. ; Maul ports Claudlne, stmr. Friday. July 31. Hongkong Via Japan ports Persia, P. M. s. s. . v Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa, stmr. :: ;.: Saturday. Alia. 1.' , Hilo via way porta Mauna Kea, stmr. . ' v" San Francleco Nile, P. M. S. IB. v 8unday, Aug. 2. Maui, Molokal and Lanal ports MIkahala, stmr. f ; Maul ports Claudlne. stmr. V Kauai ports Klnau, stmr. Kauai, porta W. a HalL. stmr. --'"'' Monday, Aug. 3. Kahulul Lurline. M. N. S. S. : ' Tuesday, Aug. 4. ' San Francisco Wllhelmina, M. N. Hongkong' via Japan ports Shlnyo Mara, Jap. stmr. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. ;y. San Francisco Logan, U. S. A. T. Wednesday, Aug. 5. Kauai ports W. O., Hall, str. ; . Thursday, Aug. 6. Maui porta Claudlne, str. . Saturday, Aug. 8. . San Francisco Nippon Maru, . Jap. stmr.;-; . : ---yj. .-. ': . Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, , Sunday. Aua.- 9. Maul, : Molokal . and Lanal ; ports MIkahala, 'str. : . ; Maul ports Claudlne, str. Kauai ports Klnau, str. f Kauai' ports W. G. Hall, str. ' , Monday, Aug. 10. San Francisco Venture O. S. S. Tuesday, Aug. 11. - : Sydney via Auckland and Suva Marama, C. A. S. S. ; San Francisco Manoa, M. N. S. S. . Wednesday, Aug. 12. 'y Vancouver5 and Victoria Niagara, C.-A. S. S. - ' v-':'''v ' Thursday, Aug. 13. 1 , Central and South American ports Selyo Maru, Jap. stmr. Friday, Aug. 14. San Francisco Mongolia, P. M. S. Hongkonjg via Japan ports Korea, V. M. S. S.. . . San Francisco Sherman, TJ. S. A. Sydney via Pago Pago Sonoma, O. S. S. . ;..:. . Tuesday, Aug. 18. San Francisco Matsonla, M. N. S. S. ...-..::.::,v ' ; Friday, Aug. 21. ' , San Francisco Shlnyo Mara, Jap. stmr. ; t- - :. - Saturday, Aug. 22. Hongkong via Japan ports Sibe ria, p. m: s, s,;v : - Tuesday, Aug. 25. San Francisco Lurline, M. N. : S. PASSENGERS BOOKED Per stmr. W. 3. Hall, for ' Kauai ports, July 30. Mrs, John E. Schmidt, Master R. Schmidt, Master S Schmidt. Lt Fales, C B. Gray, Tonoruna, Ta chlyama, Otou, ,Kumagatanr, . Ogurn ma, S. Klmura, D. Klmura, . Kurase gawa, Kashiwada, Ranenohana, Ta suzan, Kantamgo, Fujinokawa, Shi kishlma, Kunlnlzoki, Nasagalshl, Wa kafuji, Nishigaya, Hoga, Furukawa. ' Per stmr. Claudine, for Maui ports, July 31. Mrs. F. Love, MisS S.Hoogs, Miss F. Abbey, J. M. WhKneck. Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hilo and wky ports, Aug. 1. Miss D. Putnam, Miss D. Turner, Miss F. Hoogs, Miss Cohn. Mrs. H. Cohn, Mrs. L. F. Mar tin. Miss McMInlmum, Miss R. Shus ter. Miss M. G. Dobson, Stanley WSl- dron Redoers ; Waldron. Miss T. K.J Murphy, H. Johnson, Mr. and- Mrs. L. C. Lyman, W. J. Forbes, r Datiel Naone,: Philip. Naane, Chang. Yan. v. Per stmr. Claudlne. for Maui, ports. Aug. 3. Miss Esther Kopke. ?; ; heat affect the health, for while this prevails prostrations are more ! numerous than in ordinary condiUons. Europe as well as for financiers and manufacturers in this countv. Jnew phase of labor agitation. "This Is not an auspicious time for j of speculation. "Mars is in a place which presages the decline of certain stock. Bmbn ! are subject to an unfortunate sruld- ( ance of the stars. TERY EXHTIXG She is having a perfectly lovely time." "How so r "She is engaged to one of twms.j They both call on her, and she can't tell them apart" Kansas City Jour nal. . It isn't hard work that kills a man xl s usually scneuiine: now oe can putlhA i t a. a oiicrhf ATI 1-1 fT "1-J7- "Sr ?7 J u iuaM pi uavw wm ms vuamy. . iTAajJClUX-U KtrAflltU 4 . . .- . ' . . T Per stmr. Klnau, for: Kauai ports, July 28. F. Gay, Vernon Tenney, C. U fit.. Vfi llt rrW -- . um&c, : mini 0"vc uwki v. iU VUV.C lUit UUU lUISt m A iUUCQ Mrs. J..K. Makumaya, Miss R. Maku- tnava ' Allan Ration J V rnnVa Ulsl L. J. Williamson . Misa M. Post Mrs. VaVMl WWWa amh S. Desha, Miss M. D. Jones, Miss Jes sie C. Baldwin, Mrs. JH H. So per. Miss Charlotte Dowsett. Mrs. MarieU and child, E. R. Rose and wife, Ching Slal, a K. Chew, Miss Lakana, Mrs. Fran cis Golsalves, R. Murata, Say M. Dao, Wing Tai, J, M. Keaneakna, Mrs. J. C. Crawford, J. P. Hale, Rev. S. .; L. De- 8fta ..v , . - Per stmr. MIkahala. ' for Maui, Mo- iokai and Lanai ports, July 28.-Chas.peen decidecr to maae ajnorougn in T.ind w p wnnn Mi D McCor-1 vestigation of each individual dairy In riotnn. Mr. fi. MeCorriston Wm. Clark. . :;vA"H';-','-;;';;--' Per M. N. S. ; S. -v Xf atsonia for San Francisco,' July 29. U Austin, M. Ro- Benbledt C. V,' Brady, M. Silva, J. U M. Silva, Miss R. Cummings, Mrs. M. C Carroll, Mrs. M. Lowder, . Henng j Chun, wife and child, J. P. Mendonca, M. C. Carroli, A. . E. ' Larimer T. J. BeandeL Mrs. H. E. Bodmer and son. Mr. and Mrs. p. M. Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. P. M.'Kerr, Miss M. Nascio- rlnl. Miss E., Nasciorini, J. R. ' Devire, C. S. Cowan, Miss (Violet Rlckard, Miss Myrnle Ward, A. . Henning, M. Horn, Jr., Mr. and M rs. H. A. Baldwin, Miss F. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. IL Dumont R. B. Booth, Miss H. J. Goudge, Miss M. Goudge, Mies A.. Goudge, Miss R. M. Silva, Mrs. 'T. J. ' Beaudet, . Mrs. R. C; Anthony, O. C-Edwards and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Poindexter, Miss O. Mebutchen,; Miss H. Worley, Miss Verrain, Miss Daisy E.: Smith. Mrs. M. E. G. Lewis, Miss M. Clark,' Mrs. B. O. Clark; Mrs. W. R. McKean, Miss Emily Ebert, Mrs. A. H. Stephens, Ml8s D. Damon. Miss E. M. -Aldrlch, Miss Alice . Hoogs, Miss ' Ramona Marks, Master Hoogs. Miss Daisy Tay lor, Mrs. K. Lane, Miss: A. Harrison, Mrs. F. B. Sher win, Miss Bessie Gill- mer, Miss Minnie F. Diets, Mrs." J. O. McCIintock, Miss Minnie. Ripper, Miss R. Cooper, Miss Lv Cobper, Mrs. B. Cooper, Kenneth Reidford,r M. L. Pol lock, A. Irvinel Mrs. J. B. Crdnan, Miss Celia Schuster, Miss Louise Rearden, Miss Helen Rearden, R. Deming, Mrs. C. W. Walker. Dr. C. L. Thompson. Mr. and -Mrs.? W. J. Kleralf, Mr. and Mrs. W. Walker, G. H. Johnson, wife and two children, Mrs. W. S. Williams, Mrs. W. H. George, Mrs. C. George. O. F. Walker, K. P. Walker. T. H. Wilkinson, B. S. Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Carter, Mr. : and Mrs. J. H. Troutman, Miss H.- Cohen. Miss D.- Jo- hansen, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hare, Mrs. Llpplt Mrs. J. W. Bowler, A. J. Webb and wife King Granger. Mrs. Frank King, Mrs. H. M. Dougherty and two children. Dr. T. D. Blodgett B. F. von Behren, S. Wile, Mrs. Rolph and child. Mr. Soencer. .Mr. Louestreth.Dr. and Mrs. D. M. . Gedge, Mrs. : Sarah M. I Flack. Miss EvMuther, Miss I. Welch, Mrs. E. M. Stauf, Miss I. Stauf, Miss M. Bradley, Mrs. A. E. Thompson, Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. Grange, . Mrs. Longstreth, Miss Longstreth, C. C. Clark, M. E. Dodds. Lieutenant and Mrs. L. Watrous, Mr. and Mrs. E. Ellsworta. E. Ellsworth. C. Ells worth, Miss M. Ellsworth, V. Levy, E. Wr. Green, Miss J. Hermann, Miss B Hermann. Mr. and Mrs. W. L Cole. A. Scharlin,'-J. T. O'Connor. Miss F. Daly Miss E. M. Falrweather, Mrs. Morgan, Miss L. Day, E. W. Carden, Frice, JefT McCarn. R. W. Shingle. Per 8tim Mauna Kea, for Hilo and way ports July 29. H. Johnson, John Kai. John, Hod8on. Mrs. C H. Sch midt Miss Marjorie Booth. Miss La ola Booth, .Miss S. Mefz. G. Lar ri son. Mr. Scott IL Lawrence, A. Wr. Swenson, Dr. W. T. Brigham, Dean H. Lake, ,C. S. Carlsinlth, Sam Gor don. Laura' Lee, Alice Gay, Mrs. B. D. Bond, Mrs. L. Self and 2 children. J.i P. Foster, Master Foster, C P. Drake, Alex. Hussey, An tone, Correa, - Miss T2mily Cooke. Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Miss D. E. McAtel, Lt R. D. McDonald, H. A. P. Carter. Win. Armour, A. Ar mour, Mrs. G. A. Armour. Miss B. Armour. Miss Carter. Miss Gray. Miss I Leffert. Miss I Chapman. Miss E. RainboTt W. It Cole, W. F. Chase. J. J5., Schubert, Mrs. Jeffers, Mrs. A. C. Allen, " Miss Uen, L. R. Wilson, Geo. Marshall, A. Marshall. HOGS PO BONED BY EXCESS OF High Living Causes Cattle Disease; investigation of Dirty Milk 4 There seems to be an Idea among the hog raisers in Honolulu and vi fnffw thnf flAtro Van Ka mIha An nv thw that mav hsnnan t v ,,nf hog which, under favorable drcum- stances, can be grown at very Usht exnens In comnflriuin with ttin n- turns, and. while the careful and ex- I perienced hog-raisers can produce pork by means of swill very cheaply, bis success has led a number of absolute ly inexperienced and Ignorant Orien tals to put everything they have Into a small hog ranch and a swill wagon and then think their fortunes are made." These remarks are from the June report of Dr. Norgaard, territorial vet erlnarlan, in dealing at length with re ports of disease 'among hogs, which cholera. He proceeds to give practical virA nii th rr iinrf fotnr of hoirft. with .nachl rofaronpA in fhA rtinvpf tit I nnninsr from fprtafn kinds of swill. I U.ntlnn -la miilii rt Srto1ana helnv or. I v ...i inentnra n th L.no t nrovont th intmdnctfon to I J -'- - . t,.i, trfmlant . tvnon nT : tino I aVa1,m r. orgaara oi we ucu "I laiiy ueseuerauuu ui uio muucjn I . . - 4i. ... . among uie siaugniereu cauie i iu Hawaii Meat Company's slaughter house in Kalihi. Investigation led . to the conclusion that the distemper was caused by over-rich and over-wet pas turage on the ranch. Dirty milk In Honolulu receives this mention: "As reports have reached this office about filthy milk. .that is, I milK Willi uin m viBiuie quwiuues uu U06 bottom of the containers, it has the entire district and to prepare a re- VESSELS TO DEPABT ' Thursday, July 30. Kauai ports W. G. Hall, stmr., p.- m. Kahulul Lurline, m. xm. a. a. . Friday, July 31. : v- San Francisco Persia, P.' M. S. p. m. ' J -wr f -;- 5 Maul ports Claudlne, stmr.,' p, Saturday, Aug. 1. ; m. Hongkong via Japan ports Nile, P. M. S. S. Hilo via way - ports Mauna Kea, 8tmr- 3 P- m Monday, Aug. 3. v1 Kauai ports W. G. HalL stmr p. m. ' Kauai ports (windward) Ukeiixe, stmr., 5 p. m. Maui ports Claudlne, 5 p. m. : v . Tuesday, Aug. 4. San Francisco Shlnyo Mara, Jap stmr. - San Francisco Lurline, M. N. S S.. 4 p. m. Kona and Kan ports Mauna Loa, stmr- noon.' Kona and Kan ports Mauna Loa, str., noon. . Maui, Molokal and Lanal ports MIkahala, stmr., 5 p. m. : ' ! San Francisco Logan, U. 8. A. T. t Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. m. Wednesday,: Aug. 5. Hilo via way - ports Mauna Kea, str, 10 a. m. . Thursday,- Aug. 6 Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str, 5 pjn. Friday, -Aug. 7. , Maul ports Claudine, str 5 p. m. SAT AUG 8 . ; . . . . . . ... Saturday, Aug. 8. Hongkong via Japan ports Nippon Maru, Jap. stmf. ; Hilo. via way ports Mauna Kea, 8tr,'3 p. m. . v Monday, Aug. 10.'- Sydney, N. S. W., via" Pago Pago Ventura, O. S. S Tuesday, Aug. 11. Vancouver and Victoria Marama. C. A. S. S, Wednesday, Aug. 12. San Francisco Wllhelmina, M, N. S. S 10 a. m. Sydney via Suva and Auckland Niagara, C. A. S. S. Friday, Aug. 14. . San Francisco Sonoma, O. S. 5 Manila via Hongkong and ' Japan ports Mongolia, P. M. S. S. San Francisco Korea, P M. S. S. Saturday, Aug. 15. Manila rla Guam Sherman, U. S. A. T. -;,'-;-;v. Sunday, Aug. 16. Hongkong via Japan ports Selyo Maru, Jap. stmr. ' C Tuesday, Aug. 18. San Francisco Manoa, M. N. S. S., :yy Friday, Aug. 21. ' Hongkong rla Japan ports Shlnyo Mara..-Jap. stmr. . -.'yCy ' JIAILS Malls are du from the f onowing- points as follows: . -'-i-1 San Francisco Nile. 'August 1. -" -YokohamaPersia. July. 31. y y; H i -, Australia Marama, Aug. 11. ; "y, i T ' Victoria Niagara, Aug. 12. ; - r .Mails will depart for the followini points as follows: y-'-' "';'';;. San Francisco Persia. Aug. Li ' i5roko.atr!a Nile, August 1.. -' : -; . " ' Australia Ventura Augr.;10. f K Victcrla Parana, Aug. 11. ;;.' ''.:y SVILL REGIMEN QUEBEC'S FAMOUS PflOUENADE IS DESTROYED BY VICIOUS FIRE QUEBEC, Can. Quebec's celebrat ed promenade, the Dufferln Terrace, overlooking the river and on which is built the Chateau Frontenac, . was consumed by flames the afternoon of July 9. The fire was discovered short ly after noon and the fire-fighters made every effort to bring the flames under control. In this work they were assisted by the entire staff of employes of the chateau. r More than five hundred feet of the terrace collapsed early tn the after noon and it was feared that the stone wall, overlooking Cham plain Ward, a tenement district. ; would give way. Dufferln Terrace is the greatest "board walk" in Canada: there are, in fact, few more charming strolls In the country than along it Two hun dred feet below the River St Law rence rolls along to the sea. Look ing down the river the end of the Isle of Orleans is seen thrusting it self into the port of Quebec Oppo site on the cliffs that rise straight j 'port on the same. ; At the same time a Dacieriai count is oeing made or samples of milk obtained from dairies in unsatisfactory sanitary condition, with a view, if possible, to submit all the dairies to this searching test In conclusion, the veterinarian says that the report of his assistant append ed "shows the further progress in the elimination of. the tuberculous cow from the local dairy herds, but as he states, the time will soon arrive when more vigorous steps will have to be taken m order to make a complete clean-up. wltnout which the disease will never be suppressed. The re port of the assistant Dr. L. N. Case, shows that 104 cattle had been tested, of which 98 passed and six were con demned. -. "'y ' '. Tir matsoniN ayigation company y ; Direct Service Between FROM 8AN FRANCISCO:' 8. S- Wllhelmina ., Aug. 4 . 8. S. Manoa ....... ..jAug. 11 3. S. Matsonla 4... . . '.. .Aug. 18 v 8. S. LUrllne .J....... .Aug. 25 3. S. Wllhelmina . . . . . .Sept 1 S. S. Hi Ion Ian leaves Seattle for Honolulu, Hilo, etc.. August 8. CASTLE & COOKE, LTD.. General Agents, Honolulu : OCEANIC STEAIiSHIP CO. S,' ;;IV j YPNEY8HORT,.;LlN j 4 rX y: FOR BAN FRANCISCO: 8. 8. Sonoma y.v. Aug. 14 8. 8. 8rerra .....Aug. 29 J, 8v 8. Ventura ........ Sept. 1 1 8. 8. Sierra ..; .... .Sept. 28 i 6 8AN FRANC)SCO$85.CO; ROUND TRIP, $110.(30. TO '8YDNkV, $150.00; ROUND TRin. i225.ca Sailing LlsU and Folders on Application to a BREWER k CO- LTD- PACIFIC IIAIL STEA1ISHIP CO. Sailings from Honolulu Vn or:about the following dates: i a- FOR THE ORIENT: H Nile, via Manila out and In - ..... . . . .. . August 1 : 8. 8. Mongolia ..u....Aug. 14 8. 8. Persia via ManUa, in and out ...... ..Aug. 23 8. 8. Korea, via Manila V.... Sept 4 For general information apply to H. Hacicfeld,& Co., Ltd.: , . - T.0Y0 KISM KAISHA Steamers -of the above Company will call at and leave Honolulu on , or about the dates mentioned belowt -f FOR THE OnfENT: s 5 . wt : -8. 8. Nippon Maru ....Aug. 8 S. S. Shinyo Maru ....Aug. 21 8. 8. CHIyo Maru ....Sept 18 8. 8 Tenyo Maru ...... Oct. 9 Calls at Manila, omitting call at CAStLE &t COOKE LIMITED, Arjents, Honolulu " CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE For Suva; Auckland and Sydney i For Victoria and Vancouver. 8. 8. Niagara ..........Aug.l2 8. S. Marama ..........Aug. 11 8. 8. Marama .i. Sept 9 8. S. Makura ....;....8ept 9 S S. Makura Oct. 7- S. S. Niagara ..........Oct. 6 THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD dENERAL AGENTS - p-l ' AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP, COMPANY From NEW YORK to HONOLULU every twelve days via Straits ; : of Magellan.' , , ' : - ' :. - - 'Next sailing AUGUST 4th and 16th. Freight received at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st Street, South Brooklyn. Bush Terminal. . .i H.- HACKFELD ? A CC LTDv ACENT8 --V - . ; ' y C.;-P. MORSE, GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT :- from the waters edge the historic town of Levis stands outlined. Be neath, the Terrace la the oldest por tion of the city. At Its foot is Cham' plaine market the most quaint and curious market place in Canada. Little Charoplalne street winds along at the base of the cliff on the crest of which the Terrace is constructed. Dufrerin Terrace stretches from the postoffice block to the steps that lead still higher from the river to the Clt IdaL Near the postofflce end of the walk the lofty monument of the dis coverer Champlalne rises. It stands with Its back to the river for the sculptor's conception Is that the great explorer has just stepped off his lit tle boat upon the shores of the new land. About midway along the walk the Monument des Braves stands. It Is another striking piece of memorial work. ' 1 Overlooking It all is the great Chat eau Frontenac. the famous C. P. R. hoteL - - ... i . Livestock Imported during the month comprised 124 crates poultry, oni crate swans, one crste pheasants, one crate monkeys, one monkey, four dogs, 205 butcher hogs, 28 breeding hogs, 24 mules, seven horses, Ave bulls Includ ing a Jersey and a Durham fullbred for S. M. Damon, 12 cows and one calf. . I TWO REFLECTIONS 1 Hicks Trying to be a good fellow has sent many a man to the bad. j Wicks True! And ; lanjr a man has lost his own healtlWrom too fre quently drinking other people's. Many a man has been afflicted with a total loss of memorv after tonchlnr a friend for a ten spot San Francisco and Honolulu FOR 8AN FRANCISCO: 8. S. LUrllne .Aug. 4 8. 8. Wllhelmina ......Aug. 12 8. S. Manoa ...'......'.Aug. 18 8. S. Matsonla Aug. 28 S. S. Lurline . . . . . .Sept 1 8. S. Ventura .........Aug. 10 ; , 8. S. Sonoma .. . , . . . . , , Sept. 7 - S. 8. Ventura ... . .... Oct B 8. 8.Sonoma ...........Nov. 2 uenerai Agenis. ' ' FOR SAN FRANCISCO: Persia v .... ... . . . , . . . . July 31 KoreaW ..i.Aug 14 Siberia .............. .Aug., 22 China ...... Sept A Manchuria ..7. ...Sept S Agents i i FOR 8AN FRANCISCO: 8. 8." Shlnyo Maru .....Aug. 4 S. S. Chiyo Maru ...... Aug. 25 S. S.- Tenyo Mam .....Sept. 1S S. S. Nippon Maru ....Sept. 29 Shanghai. .'