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TKI HAWAIIAN STAR, THURiDiAY,, tFBBRUARY 11, 1894.
c PS , , It" Oceanic . Steamship Company. TIME) TABM ni fins Passengers Steamers of this line will arrive at and lev M hereunder: TOOM BAN FRANCISCO. BONOMA JANUARY 27 'ALAMEDA FEBRUARY B (VENTURA FEBRUARY 17 ALAMEDA FEBRUARY 26 IBRRA MARCH 9 ALAMEDA MARCH 18 BONOMA MARCH 30 (ALAMEDA APRIL 8 iVHNTURA APRIL) 20 ALAMEDA APRIL) 29 UlBRRA MAY 11 ATiAMEDA .' MAY 20 BONOMA JUNE 1 ALAMEDA JUNE 10 VENTURA JUNE 22 ALAMEDA JULY 1 Local boat. FOR CAN FRANCISCO. VENTURA JANUARY 26 ALAMEDA FEBRUARY 10 SIERRA FEBRUARY 16 ALAMEDA MARCH 2 SONOMA , MARCH 8 ALAMEDA MARCH 23 VENTURA MARCH 29 ALAMEDA APRIL 13 SIERRA APRIL 19 ALAMEDA MAY 4 SONOMA MAY 10 ALAMEDA MAY 25 VENTURA MAY 31 ALAMEDA JUNE 15 SIFRRA JUNE 21 iAMEDA JULY G i la connection with the sailing of, the' above steamers, the Agents -are pr tntred to Issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rall.-oad Brass San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New YorK by Steamship line to all European Ports. For further particulars apply to 6. Irwin Sl Co. (LimTBD) General AgexrtB Oceanic S. S. Company, w Canadian -Australian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP COMPANY teasaera of the above line, running In connection with the C -NADIAN-XKOXFIC ikALLWAY COMPANY" between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. SL OT., aad calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. 080 at Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, viz: FOR AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER. 'AORANGI FEB. 13 MIOWERA FEB. 17 MIOWERA MAR. 12 MOANA .'....APRIL 9 AORANGI MAY 7 MIOWERA JUNE 4 MOANA JULY 2 IAORANGI JULY 30.. MIOWERA AUG. 27 MOANA SEPT. 24 AORANGI OCT. 22 MIOWERA NOV. 19 MOANA MAR. 16 AORANGI APPIL 6 MIOWERA MAY 4 MOANA JUNE 1 AORANGI JUNE 29 MIOWERA JULY 27 MOANA AUG. 24 AORANGI SEPT. 21 MIOWERA OCT 19 MOANA NOV. 16 MOANA. .T.... DEC. 17 AORANGI DEC. 14 i CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. ). H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. ' Bteamera of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave gut on or alniut the dates below mentioned this FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. UlMHRICA MARU 1....FEB. 1 KOREA FEB. 9 DABLIC FEB. 17 HONGKONG MARU FEB. 24 rwr. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. GAELIC JAN. 23 HONGKONG MARU JAN. 30 CHINA FEB. 9 DORIC FEB. 19 NIPPON MARU FEB. 27 tar gtaaral iaformatlon apply to H. Hackfeld & Co AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SER VICE BETWEEN NEW -TORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. FROM NE W YORK. 0. fl. CALIFORNIAN, to sail about February II. 6. S. ARIZONAN. to sail about March .. Freight reeelved at Company's wharf 41st Street, South Brooklyn, at all times. ' FROM 6N FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU. 6. S. NEVADAN, to sail direct February 1. B. B. NEVADAN, to sail dire t March 18. and each month thereafter. Freight received at Company's wh arf, Greenwich Street FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO, VIA KAHULUI. & 6. NDVADAN, to sail January 27. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA: ( 8. 6. TEXAN, ito Bail about February. 25. 1. Hackfeld P. P MORSE. General Freight Agent Co., AGENTS. Prepare for Winter ! If other paints don't stop the leak, ours will. The Peerless Pre ferring' Paint is guaranteed to do the work and to give absolute satis faction. Proofs of which are found at the following buildings: Alexonder Youne Buildlnt. Ooluaa BxkllcUxxe:, ' Honolulu Brewing Bullcllna, Bsro-we As Go.a Btiilcllonisl Staneenwald Buildings, New Morgue BiailUlng; Axacl Mny Otlior We Handle FeJt, Pitch and Gravel Roofs SptfS" Peerless Preserving Paint Co. 5S SSL Pays for a Want Ad in The Star A BARflAIN PI IIL11I (For additional and later shipping set page 4, E, or 8.) TIDES, SUN AND MOON. New Moon on the 16th at 0.33 a. m. i ?g: a: g : Sfs . o 1 o, re to e p 03 s a Feb p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. 8 10.40 1.2 8.36 3.05 3.55 9 11.44 1.5 9.38 10 11.02 a.m. p.m. 11 0.37 1.7 12.24 12 1.23 1.7 1.22 13 2.00 1.8 2.05 14 2.35 1.8 2.45 15 3.05 l.S 3.25 4.00 5.00 5.56 6.48 7.35 8.16 8.54 5.40 6.57 7.54 8.32 9.02 9.30 9.52 6.34 6.34 6.33 6.33 6.32 6.32 6.31 6.30 "B5 CP Q : a Rises 5.55 12.20 6.55 1.15 5.5C 2.06 5.56 2.59 5.57 3.47 5.57 4.33 5.53 5.16 5.58 5.66 Times pf the tide are taken from tAt U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta bles. The tides at uihulu. and Hilo occur about' one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green wich time, being that of the meridian of 157 degreess 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. DEPARTING. Thursday, February 11. U. S. A. T. Sheridan, Peabody, for Guam and Manila at 7 a. m. Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for Maul and Hamakua ports at 5 p. m. Stmr. Walalenle, Piltz, for all Kauai ports at 5 p. m. PASSENGERS. Departing. Per stmr. Mikahala, February 9, for Kauai ports C. V. Sturtevant, wife and miss Sturtevant, U. Sekomoto, Kn wahada, Paul Jarrett, T. Loy Shun, Chun Yuen, Ah Shun. STORM BECOMING DISASTROUS (Continued from Page 5.) One of the walls at Chris Holt's place carried away in the first storm. Dur ing last night the wall In the other side fell and was washed down the stream. The channel broadened until It took in three large trees, washed up their roots and they fell across the stream. They formed an -obstruction against which all sorts of other ob structions gathered, damming the wa ter above them, and there were hurry calls on the road supervisor to remove the trees. The damage in Honolulu caused by the storm will exceed sixty thousand dollars, it is thought. Whole blocks of streets which were the best in the city are In need of immediate repair, and the road department Is without funds. The surface of the streets has been washed off, leaving the street ready to rapidly break up. In many places holes have been worn. It will be a long time before the road super visor's office does any new road work in Honolulu. In Maklkl last night and this morn ing citizens might be seen wading with their shoes and socks In their hands. Pllkol street was deep with water. In some cases men who had to be In town early came from their homes with shoe3 and socks in their hands and their trousers rolled up above the knees, and even then the trousers got wt. The women were not disposed to follow the same plan, and they stayed at home. Travel on the Rapid Transit last night towards Walklkl was varied by a transfer to drays. The cars gomg to Waiklki were stopped at Pllkol street by an impassable flood. The Rapid Transit company furnished drays, Into which the passengers were Invited to step. The drays drove up almost as far as Keeaumoku street, where a car was awaiting them, nnd the passengers made another transfer. The experience was a source of no e.nd of Joshing. It was the least satisfac tory to those who had to alight be tween the two cars, where the flood was continuous. Judge Koulukou was among the early callers, at the road department. He had a kick to make about Aala lane where he said water was Invading his home and that of his neighbors. The Judge indulged in some sarcastic pleas antries about the road supervisor and went away carrying Tommy Cummins' promise to have the matter investigat ed. Road Supervisor Johnson was with Superintendent Holloway, inves tigating damages at Walklkl. Serious as the damage done in Hono lulu is, It is thought that the other Islands will have eve"n more damages to report. The storm has probably been a general one throughout the group and there will be a disastrous list of damaged roads and washed away bridges. Every district will be clamor ing for immediate repairs. As usual Waiklki and the Diamond Head Sections of the city suffered from the storm. The strong wind Whldi blew yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock did considerable damage along the shore. Trees were blown down sheds demolisted and roofs unloosened. Many cocoanuts were torn from the trees but strange to relate few of the tall towering cocoanut trees were over turned by the wind, XWtfrjtfg All over the McCully tract the water breaches a depth of nearly a foot. At various places further out toward Dia mond Head, yards and lots are sub merged, and the foundations of houses ore several Inches under water many houses leaked during the rain last night. The bridge at Kapiolani Park was so undermined that a portion of It col lapsed. Tramc was entirely inter rupted over this nortinn nf last night, the only communication be ing Dy a roundabout course by Camp McKinley. The Rapid Transit bridge at Kapiolani Park is unhurt ly. .Many people living beyond the bridge could not reach their homes last night but slept down town or else at the residences of acquaintances who lived Ewa of the ridge. onny Cunlia used his canoe as a ferry oat to trans port friends to their residence. Kapiolani Park Is submerged entirely Doth the .Kapiolani stream and the stream that flows down between the Annex and the Moana Hotel are run ning to their full volume. Pigs, chickens, taro and all character of ar ticles including wearing apparel were swept down the latter stream into the ocean yesterday and last night. The surf is roaring and pounding at a terrific rate at Waiklki and the waves are exceptionally high and in large number. The water is very dirty far, beyond the reef and a vast assortment of driftwood nnd other things is float ing about. A DUEL. The women of Paris have invented a duel which promises to be more dan gerous than that Indulged in by t$e men of that warlike land. Two wo men recently got Into a quarrel and decided that one must die to appease the honor of 'both. As they had no weapon-? handy they removed their stockings filled them with sand and started clubbing each other in true Chicago style. One woman is now dying in a hospital. Why The U. S. Hachine Is The Best BECAUSE It is the only Rotary Washer that has revolving steel ball goaring, reducing the friction and thus making machine so light running and almost noiseless. The gear wheel turns right or left, the pin wheel or dasher reverses automatically, turning the clothes back and forth through the hot soap suds and cleaning them WITHOUT RUBBING THEM TO PIECES. Over One Hundred Thousand in use. The U. S. Machine have rto equal bcause they wash clean. Neglect Always Dangerous. To the average man it sems childish to doctor a cold, and unless It becomes particu larly annoying to him, little or no at tention is given it. Often a cold con tracted In the winter is allowed to run until the opening of spring. This Is a grave mistake, as even though the warm weather may bring relief, the sy-'om is thereby weakened and rend ered susceptible to disease. A cold should never be neglected, whether it be a child or an adult who is afflicted, as health and often life Is risked. A bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy, costing but a small amount will bring speedy relief and by Its use all dangerous consequences will be avoid ed. For sale by all dealers. Benson Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. Repnblicnn Central Committee The adjourned regular monthly meet ing of the Territorial Central Commit tee of the Republican Party will be held in headquarters, Fort street, at 7:30 p. m. February 13, 1904. WM. H. CONEY, Secretary. BY AUTHORITY NOTICE. In accordanc with Section 1516, Chap ter 89, Penal Laws of 1897, the follow ing regulations governing the storage of Calcium Carbide have been adopted nnd will take effect on February 15, 1904: Permission will be granted for the storage of not to exceed 100 pounds of Calcium Carbide, under the following restrictions: 1st. That all Calcium Carbide will be contained in water-tight metal cans. 2nd. That all such metal cans of Cal cium Carbide, containing 2 pounds or less will be stored in a magazine or holder constructed in accordance with specifications to follow. 3rd. That all Calcium Carbide will be stored above the grade of the street. SPECIFICATIONS FOR MAGAZINES OR HOLDERS. To be constructed of galvanized Iron with all seams lapped, riveted and sol dered both Inside and out, so as to form thoroughly water-tight Joints. Bottom should be raised at least 6 Inches from floor by legs or rims. Must have cover which when closed will form a water-tight Joint, and all removable parts must be securely attached to the holder by some efficient device such as a chain. Where small packages are placed in any one holder, they should be limited to 60 of 2 pounds' capacity each. AU containers must be plainly mark ed with letters at least two Inches in height "Calcium Carbide, Keep Dry," and cover must be marked ''Keep Closed." C. S. HOLLOWAY, Superintendent of Public Works. Department of Public Works, Hono lulu, T. H., February 10, 1904. LOST. Check No. 1 96 of The Portuguese Mu tual Benefit Socletv in favor ot Mar ques Lopez dated October 8, 1903. Pay ment has been stopped. ABEL S. NASCIMBNTO, Secretary Board of Directors. WMer's S. I Co. CHANGE IN 6AILINO TIME OF STEAMER "MAUI," CONNECTING WITH S, S. ALAMEfDA FROM THE COAST. Commencing Feb. Eth, the steamer "Maul," Bennett, Master, will sail from Honolulu at 6 p. m. for Lahalna, Maa laea Bay, Kawalhae, iMahukona, Lau pahoehoe, and Hilo with mall and pas sengers. Above time of sailing, subject to change without notice. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. Thfefc. H. Daviss & &o. Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands Hardware Department The Island Meat Company, WHOLESALE 'AND RETAIL BUTCHERS. ' Herbert E. Gares, Manager. Hind, Rolph & Co., Agents. Located on Fort Street, opposite Love Building. NOW OPEN FOK BUSINESS Supply of Island Turkeys Now On Hand From Kahikinui Ranch A supply of the finest quality of Island meats, poultry and game, together with all other market goods, also imported goods which are in demand by the public will always be on hand. Telephone Main 76. ' Honolulu, T. H. NEW LINE Center Pieces SILK EMBROIDERED AND OPEN WORK SILK SCARFS, SILK KIMONOS, CHINAWARE JAPANESE CURIOS S. OZAKI, WAVERLEY BLOCK HOTEL STREET. Contractor and Builder ti . Ejousa'Paitifar Kewalo, Sheridan Street, near King. Honolulu H. L Telephone Blue 1991. 8. Kojima. Importer and Dealer la LIQUORS, JAPANESE PROVISIONS GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES TAKASHAGO, No. 418 King Strew near Beretanla. 6AKBRY Ice Cream Parlor Cigars and Tobacco. No. 45 Hotel Street... .Honolulu, T. H. Telephone White 2411. P. O. Box soe. IN GOOD COMPANY Many dollars are turn ed away annually by The Star In rejecting offensive and improper adyertlie menU offered for Inser tion lr Its columns. . This is a cogent reason Tray The Star's adver tising columns ar a generally used and so widely rad. Want ads the :S tar briag quick re snjtg. Three lbiss threw tSas toe 6 rnnnflii(iTrn! riMlUHOILIiltii STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. Date. Na ne. From. Jan 6 Sonor- Colonies 6 Sierra San Francisco 6 Nippon Ma- i....San Francisco 8 MIowera Victoria, B. C. 11 America Maru Yokohama 13 Sierra San Francisco 13 Aorangl Colonies 15 Alameda San Francisco 16 Moana Victoria, B. O. 16 Korea .1 Yokohama. 22 Coptic San Francisco 23 Gaelic Yokohama 26 Ventura Colonies 26 Nevadan San Francisco 27 Sonoma San Francisco 30 Hongkong Maru Yokohama Feb. 1 America Maru.. .San Francisco 5 Alameda San Francisco 8 Korea San Francisco 9 China Yokohama 13 Aorangl Victoria, B. C. 16 Sierra Colonies 17 Ventura San Francb-o 17 Gaelic San Franclseo 19 Doric Yokohama 24 Hongkong Maru. San Francisco 26 Alameda San Francisco 26 Nevadan San Francisco 27 Nippon Maru Yokohama K r. 3 China San Franclseo 6 Siberia Yokohama 8 Sonoma Col Btes 9 SIerra San Franclseo 12 Doric San Franclseo 15 Coptic. Yokohama 17 MIowera Colontes 18 Alameda San Franctoeo 22 Nippon 'Maru. ...San Franclseo 23 A lerica Maru Yokohama 26 Nevn-an San Franclseo 29 Ventura CoMfafts 29 Siberia San FrancSeeo SO Sonoma San FracJso 31 Korea Yokohama STEAMERS TO DEPART. Date. Name. For. Jan. 5 Sonoma San Francisco 6 Sierra Colontes 6 Nippon Maru Yokohama 8 MIowera Colonies 11 America Maru... San Francisco - 13 Siberia Yokohama 13 Aorangl Victoria, B. C. 15 Moana Colonies 16 Korea San Francisco 20 Alameda San Francisco 22 Coptic Yokohama 23 Gaelic San Francisco 26 Ventura San Francisco 27 Sonoma Colonies 30 Hongkong Maru .San Francisco Feb. 1 America Maru Yokohat; -1 2 Nevadan San Francisco 8 Korea Yokohama 9 China San Francisco 10 Alameda San Francisco 13 Aorangl Colonies 16 Sierra San Francisco 17 Ventura Colonies 17 Gaelic Yokohama 19 Doric, San Francisco 24 Hongkong Maru Yokohama 27 Nippon Maru.... San Francisco Mar. 2 Alameda San Francisco 8 Nevadan San Francisco 8 China Yokohama 6 Siberia San Francisco 8 Sonoma San Francisco 9 Sierra Colonies 12 Doric Yokohama 15 Coptic San Francisco 17 MIowera Victoria, B. U. 22 Nippon Maru Yokohama 23 America Maru. .San Francisco 28 Alameda San Francisco 29 Ventura San Francisco 29 Siberia. Yokohama SO Sonoma , Colonies 31 Korea ,....6an Francisco Calling at Manila, U. S. A. -ransporta will leave for Ban Francisco and Manila and will arrive from some porta at Irregular Intervals. Twerity-flve ceoU pay for a 'WUi' at la tbe star. A fcatxsta. "r -,... : . i