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anad ion a 1 1 iiurftuouu STEAMSHIP COMPANY Royal Mai Httnmer of the above line, running In connection with tlio CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY betw oen Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. B. W., and colling at Victoria U. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. Duo at Honolulu on or about the dntoB bolow stated, viz: FOR AUSTRALIA. 'AORANQI MARCH 14 5COANA APRIL. 11 FOR, VANCOUVER. MOANA ..7 MARCH 11 MIOWERA APRIL. 8 AORANQI MAY 6 Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both Up and Down Yoyages TWO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. 1 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. SIBERIA MARCH 18 COPTIC MARCH ' JAMERICA MARU APRIL. 3 KOREA APRIL. 11 GAELIC APRIL 21 HONGKONG MARU APRIL 29 CITY OF PEKING MAY 7 IDORIC MAY 15 NIPPON MARU MAY 23 SIBERIA JUNE 2 COPTIC JUNE 10 KOREA MARCH 20 GAELIC MARCH 28 HONGKONG MARU APRIL 7 CHINA APRIL 14 DORIC APRIL 21 NIPPON MARU MAY 1 SIBERIA MAY 9 COPTIC MAY IS AMERICA MARU MAY 23 KOREA JUNE 2 GAELIC JUNE 12 for ffeieral Information apply to H. Hackfeld Si Co. tame Steamship Company. Iht fine Passengers Steamers of this line will arrive at and leave this port 3W hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. BONOMA MARCH 18 I VENTURA MARCH 17 IALAMEDA MARCH 27 , ALAMEDA APRIL 1 iVENTURA APRIL 8 I SIERRA APRIL 7 ALAMEDA APRIL 17 ALAMEDA APRIL 22 iEIERRA APRIL 29 SONOMA APRIL 28 IALAMEDA MAY S MOUM.raut. Lota.l Boat. 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.-oad from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by steamship line to all European Poms. For further particulars apply to Irwin (LIMITED) deneral iLgexiS Oceanic S. S. Company. AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLUL V, VIA PACIFIC COAST. FROM NEW YORK. S. S. MINNEWA SKA, to sail about April 20. S. S. ALASKAN, to sail May 15. Freight received at Company's wharf 42d Street, South Brooklyn, at all .times. FROM SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. NEBRASKAN to sail March 31. .S. S. NEVADAN to sail A pril 17. and every sixteen days thereafter. Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No. 20. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. NEVADAN. to sail M arch 31. S. S. NEBRASKAN, to sail April 18. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA: S. S. HAWAIIAN to sail about April 15. EI. I-Ieiolrfolcl iSs Co., C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS. 2, Pays for a Want Ad in The Star fi . Dl jbssb muure r. A. L Whiskey JaiSsS'' on ISVliiXH OLD II ICED PURE Bffl IN piiir- wood L0VEJ0Y & CO. HONOLULU II. T. DISTRIBUTORS FOR JESSE MOOHE-HUNT CO San Francisco Cal., and Louis ville Ky. lull thin win Wm1 .fur unm.' .11" iiKl'in Htiil third rond Ink ( th Mil - n 1 1 n if 1 . IlKTI HNKIt MUM KAANAl'AI.I. Tin' i iik CVm-Imii rrlinrifd yentrrtliiy ft .mi K it h in pull whlthtr nhr ftiwM i i In- hiHiniT Mary 1C, Pouter Vitne du afternoon. THirH5 OVKIl COM.M1TMKKT. Tin' ixiiice mill the iMMnlty coiMitil Kioiii'i- iiml it iiilRiiiiileiitNmlliiK y.tr I day in I lie rune of Tnhe KiikIUhwh. ii JaiMiicKc womnn. She 'M ImitlKhl to tlu' station In thf morning to be ex i ntiiliicil for lif-r sanity. She tried to ! hang liprocif in the cell and Attncked Mark- Hanio a Porto lticnn Klrl. The I pulli'n wanted the Jap committed to the liiK.itip asylum today. Dr. Emerson the regular lmnnity physician oxpress i'd a desire to have the Japanese kept I a day or no longer tit the station In or ! dtr that lie could study the extent of i her mental disorder. Dr. Mori was ' called however and ho ti'Htlllcd to the woman's Insanity. The woman was accordingly committed. mnirtanf Reasons i Why Herring-Hallriarvin Safe Co.'s Safes and Locks are the Best ? INCOME TAX LIMIT. In the House yesterday Represen tative Andrade moved for a reconsider ation of last night's vote by which the bill raising thr Income tax exemption limit to $2,000 failed to pass. Not enough members were present Inst night to make a fair vote, and the bill was replaced on the order of the day. III GEN E (For additional and later shipping set pages 4, 5, or 8.) , ARRIVING. Thursday, April 2. S. S. America Maru, Going, from San Francisco at 7 p. m. Saturday, April 4. Stmr. KInau, Freeman ,Cor 'Hilo and way ports, due about noon. Stmr. Lehua, Napala, from Lanai, Maui and Molokal ports, due in after noon. Sunday, April 5. Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from Kauai ports, due early in morning. , Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul ports, due early in morning. DEPARTING. Friday, April 3. S. S. America Maru, Going, for the Orient at 4 p. m. Saturday, April 4. Stmr. KInau, Clarke, for Kalaupapa at 10 p. m. with members of legislative party. WANT MANUAL TRAINING TRUSTEE OF OAHU COLLEGE A HE CONSIDERING ADVISABILITY OF ADDING NEW COURSE. The concrete filling makes these safes absolutely Flre-Proof and positively Damp-Proof. The solid angle corners add greatly to their security In tlma of fire, and form tho only solid corners made. The patent Bolt Work 1- superior to any In use and does not require the constant oiling, cleaning, und repairs that Is acknowledged in other makes of safes. That although 600,000 of ea safes are now In use and many thousands have been tested by some of tha most disastrous conflagrations In tho United States, THERE IS NOT A SIN GLE INSTANCE ON RECORD WHER EIN ONE OF THEM EVER FAILED TO PRESERVE ITS CONTENTS PER FECTLY. They make safes for county treasurers, county recorders, county cl erks, Jewelers, Hotels, residences, churches and corporations. We have a largo assortment of safes on ha and will be pleased to show same. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Xyiivii'jrir Hardware Department A manual training course may be added to the curriculum of Oahu Col lege. The trustees of the institution have caused to be issued, postal cards asking various residents of the Islands, their opinion regarding the advisability of adding this line of work to the school studies. Tho circular Is as follows: ''The Trustees desire to learn how general Is the wish, which has been expressed by i some parents, for a course In manual training at Oahu College. They plan to establish such a course at Oahu Col lege, ultimately, as a part of the cur riculum, but, at present, do not feel Justified In taking the step without some assurance that enough parents are willing to pay such extra 'ultion as will partially meet the necessary ! expenses. If you are Interested in the establishment of this course, will you kindly fill In the blanks on the at tached card, and mail the card at once?" The card which Is attached, states that the signer agrees to have so many, whichever it may be, of his children take the course at $10 each for the term The rate will be an extra tuition fee. The trustees evidently Intend to as certain what amount of support could be secured before adding the manual course. From the Alfalfa Dairies comes the sweet new Spring churning of the celebrated Cryptal Springs Butter 40 CENTS THE LB. White Clover Butter 35 CENTS THE LB. Received on the Sonoma. Telephone to Main 45. Metropolitan Meat Co. , Ltd PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per S. S. America Maru, April 2, from San Francisco, stop over at Honolulu Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Gllmore, Adolph Cheek, H. C. Cheek, F. Kellner. For Yokohama P. J. It. BIsschop, N. Blis. Luclen Boycr. Lt. Comdr. F. W. Collin, J. de La. Croix. Mrs. M. A. j Dike, Mrs. Oathetlno EcklanU, 1. Harding, Mrs. T. Jlardlng, S. Hayaka wa, G. Kobaynshl, II. Naito, O. A. Poole, Miss Grace E. Sperry. For Kobe C. II. Best, Mrs. F. X. Black, Miss L. Black, G. F. Black, M. Sugimoto. For Nagasaki Mrs. A. J. Bolles and maid. For Shanghai Mrs. M. E. Doyle, A. Llsf ranee, Mrs. A. Lisf ranee, H. D. Morrison, H. Schlee. For Hong Kong P. V. Alpiser, H. B. Babson, Judge J. Blount, E. L. Cur tis, Miss N. Egan, W. E. Guerin, Miss H. E. Guerin, Miss Marie M. GUI, G. B. Knight, Mrs. G. B. Knight and in fant, A. Lawless, J. L. Mitchell, Mrs. J. L. Mitchell, Mrs. Enos Smith Departing. Per S. S. America Maru, April 3, for the Orient F. M. Gowey, and Ling Shen Yun and wife. ABSORBED BY HARPERS. NEW YORK, March 21. It was an nounced today that George Harvey, president of Harper & Brothers, has required the publishing and syndicate business of It. H. Russell, and that Mr. Russell is 'to become associated with the house of Harper Brothers. In a statement Mr. Russell said his pub lishing business was to go to Harper & Brothers and his syndicate business to a syndicate company which Mr. Har vey is about to form. By this deal also Harper & Brothers get tho ex clusive use of tho literary work of F. P. Dunne of "Dooley" fame and of George Ade, and the publication of the books of Charles Dana Gibson. BE AYE II LUNCH ROOM, Fort Street. Opposite Wilder A Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r. First-Class Lunches served with tea, coffee, soda water, ginger ale or milk. Smokers Requisites a Specialty. OHTA, Uontrsictor ami Builder, house 1'alntei STewalo, Sheridan Street, near King, Hrmoiol'i. H 1 8. Koiima. DR. HARRIS AT LA-HAINA. LAHAINA, April 2. Rev. Dr. Harris of San Francisco has been assisting the Japanese pastor during the 'past week. THE NEBRASKAN. SAN FRANCISCO, March 23. The American-Hawaiian freighter steamer Nebraskan, Captain J. S. Greene, reached port late Saturday evening, seven days, twenty-one hours and thir ty minutes from Honolulu and Kahu lul, and reports having been in a severe southeast gale for twenty-eight hours In longitude 133 deg. iwest. Notwith standing the severity of the storm the big steamship emerged unscatched, ana arrived In the harbor on time. Forty thousand dollars in Hawaiian money was brought by the Nebraskan, con signed to the Assistant United States Treasurer In this city, the money to be recoined and shipped back to Hawaii. In the cargo of the steamer were Cj,- 7112 bags of sugar, 0j2 bunches of ba nanas and twenty-five bags of mall. IN THE SENATE. Pain Balm heals bruises, burns and scalds in less time than any other treatment. It is "antiseptic," that Is, it prevents putrefaction, and by so do ing generally prevents an unsightly scar remaining after tho injury is healed for lame back, lumbago and neuralgia, Pain Balm has no equal. It has the quality of "getting to the right spot." No sufferer from thee distress ing affections should iefcr a trial of 'this remedy. One application gives re lief. Try it. All dealers, Benson, Smith & Company General Agents, sell it. IN Senator Brown's Depositary BUI De feated in Afternoon. There was considerable discussion in tho Senate at the arternoon session yesterday, over the depositary bill. Senator Cecil Brown argued in favor of his measure. Senator Baldwin, Achl and McCandless were in favor of tho substitute bill proposed yesterday by tho commute. Senator Brown answer ed their arguments with the state ments that he was prepared to make amendments to make the bill conform to various objections. The substitute bill was passed second reading. Tho Senate liquor bill No. 21 was up for third reading. Senator Dickey wanted to have an amendment which required the consent of a majority of property owners within 200 yards of a proposed saloon necessary before a li cense could be secured. This was lost. Senator Achl then offered on amend ment making the consent of property owners within 150 feet, necessary. Tills amendment was changed ns to exempt the down town section and In case of hotels. The amendment n:ls lost. There was some dispute ..s to whe ther Kalauokalanl had vm d "yes" or "no." Senators Baldwin. .McCandless and Dickey declared he had voted for the amendment. Kulauokalanl said ho had voted "No," After some discus sion lt was announced that lie had vot ed "no" and the amendment was lost. There was an attempt made to pre vent foreigners from securing licenses, But pure air, pure water and vigorous health. These desirable qualifications have made this locality so popular that 6 more lots have been secured, in order 1 to supply the demand for homes. Call and see W. M. Campbell at his office, 1634 Young street. Phone White 2111, or special agent W. M. Minton, JUDD BUILDING. ' Don't Scold. Irritability is a nervous affection Strengthen the nerves with Dr. Miles' Nervine. Sleep better, cat better, work better, feel better, and be better. Bold on guaruutee. Book on nurreii for postal. Da. miles MiDioiL Co., Elkhart, Ind. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LIQUORS, Japanese Provisions. General Merchandise, AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. 41 HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU. TrUphone White 2411. P. O. Box 90S. Furniture Our stock furniture and up holstery gooas, was never more complete than at present. Be sides furniture, we have a full assortment of RUGS, SHADES, LINOLEUM, MIRRORS, MAT TING and PORCH SCREENS. We have well equipped UP HOLSTERY, REPAIRING and POLISHING departments. THE LEADERS. iopp & C., ICing and Bethel Streets. Phone Main 111. Twenty-live cents pays for a WanS ad in the Star. A bargain. Wo BEGIN where OTHERS leave oil' IF OTHER PAINTS DO NOT STOP THE LEAK OCRS WIIIv The Peerless Preserving; Paint IS GUARANTEED TO DO THE WORK AND TO GIVE ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION. WE HANDLE FELT.PITCH AND GRAVEL ROOFS. Proofs of which are found at the fol lowing Buildings: Alexandoi' Young Builclizig;, Colusu UStAxlcLlxifi;, Honolulu Bi-o-we" Buildin.j2: " C- Brower 6te Co.'s 13uilcliaas: S-it nix:i j;ox:.viml d Btilldiiai;:, Club Stfililow BtillcUng;, Ne-w Morgue JSullcli'iatj;, And ISiiiaxxy Others. For Further Particulars Apply to jreeriess preserving rami kjo. 1G6 HOTF.L STREET Emm, Staismry AND School Sypplie Blank Books all Sizes, Letter Copying Books and Letter Presses, Office Supplies, Etc., Etc. Dairies for 1903 PROPRIETOR. Honolulu Iron Works. STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, COOLERS, IRON, BRASS AND LEA' CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description Made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithlng. Job Work Exe cuted on Short Notice. f . G. IRWIN & CO. AGENTS FOR Western Sugar Refining Co., San Francisco, Cal. Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadel phia, Pa. Newell Universal Mill Co. Manufactur ers of National Cane (Shredder, Ne York, N. Y. Parafilne Paint Company San Francisco Cal. Ohlandt & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Sao Francisco, Cal.