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The Hawaiian star. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu]) 1893-1912, July 01, 1904, SECOND EDITION, Image 2

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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 1, MM,
Oceanic Steamship Company.
TIME TABID
The flne Passenger Steamers of this line will -.rrlve at and leave this port
E hereunder:
(For additional ind later uhlcDlne set
pages 4, 6. or 8.)
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
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PROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA JUNE 1
ALAMEDA JUNK 10
PTEJNTURA JUNE 22
ALAMEDA JULY 1
SIERRA JULY 13
ALAMEDA JULY 22
SONOMA AUG. 3
ALAMEDA AUG. 12
iVENTURA AUG. 24
ALAMEDA SEPT. 2
SIERRA SEPT. 14
ALAMEDA SEPT. 23
SONOMA OCT. 6
ALAMEDA OCT. 14
Local Boaot.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
VENTURA MAY 31
ALAMEDA JUNE 16
SIERRA JUNE 21
ALAMEDA JULY C
SONOMA JULY 12
ALAMEDA JULY 27
VENTURA AUG. 2
ALAMEDA (AUG. 17
SIERRA .AUG. 23
ALAMEDA SEPT. 7
SONOMA SEPT. 13
ALAMEDA SEPT. 2S
VENTURA OCT. 4
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
In connection with t sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre
IMLred to lusue to intending passengers coupon hrough tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New York by
tcamshlp line to all European Ports.
yor further particulars apply 1 j
W. G. Irwin & Co.
(LIlu. ITED)
General AgeuAa Oceanic S. S. Company,
Canadian -mistralian
Royal
Mail
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Steamers of the above line, running in connection witv the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
GL W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, H onolulu and Brisbane, Q.
Due at Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, riz:
FOR AUSTRALIA. i ?OR ANCOUVER.
MIOWERA JUNE 4
MANUKA JULY 2
AORANGI JULY SO
MIOWERA AUG. 27
MANUKA JUNE 1
AORANGI JUNE 29
MIOWERA JULY 27
MOAN A AUG. 24
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN
VOYA GES.
1EW. H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'! Agts.
f acific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
and Toyo Kisen Kaisha.
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
jort on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHINA MAY 26
DORIC JUNE 8
B IBERIA JUNE 18
COPTIC JUNE 29
KOREA JULY 9
GAELIC JULY 21
MONGOLIA AUG. 2
CHINA AUG. 13
OORIC AUG. 23
CD3ERIA SEPT 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC JUNE 2
KOREA JUNE 14
GAELIC JUNE 25
MONGOLIA JULY 8
CHINA JULY J9
DORIC JULY 31
SIBERIA AUG. 12
COPTIC AUG. 2S
KOREA SEPT. 3
GAELIC SEPT. 13
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld St. Co
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DIRBCT MONTHLY, SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST.
FROM NEW YORK
S. S. TEXAN to sail about June 25. '
SVelght received at Company's wharf 41st Street, South Brooklyn, at all
Bsaea.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU.
S. S -NEVADAN, to sail J une 30
and each month thereafter.
Trelght received at' Company's wharf, Greenwich Street
TROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO, VIA KAIIULUI.
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail July 8.
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA.
S. S. AMERICAN, to sail about July 1.
FRO. PORTLAND, ORE.
8. S. NEBRASK'.N to sell about June 24.
1. lltiolriolcl
C. P. MORSE, "en ral Freight Agent.
Co.,
AGENTS.
Fruit Is Healthy
No table should be without fresh California fruits on the arrival
of fruit carrying steamers.
The Alameda Brings Us
Cherries, Peaches, Apricots, Apples, Oranges, Lemons and other
fruits in season.
All so fresh and delicious and kept so by the excellent cold storage
service of the "Alameda." ,
Fresh vegetables In season also.
Orders sent In advance will be filled immediately after receiving
the goods from the steamer.
Henry May &Co.,
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RETAIL MAIN 22.
TELEPHONES. WHOLESALE MAIN M
S3: S
27 3.41 2.1
2S 4.16 2.0
29 4.49 2.0
30 6.20 1.8
July
1 5.52 1.7
2 6.27 1.8
ylpenikttchfromaphtogrh.)
1 he CaLSipecdes
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2.56 8.29 10.50 5 20
3.38 9.07 11.22 6.20
4.23 9.43 11.52
5.10 10.21
a.m.
C.02 11.00 0.28
6.58 1.04 11.49
3 7.07 1.4 7.51 1.41 12.51 5.22 6.46 10.59
4 7.47 1.2 8.53 2.20 2.03 5.22 6.46 1U3
Times of the tide are taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at ahulu. and Hllo
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 167 degreess 30 minutes. The time
whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which Is
the same as Greenwich, J hours, 0 min
utes. The Sun and moon are for local
time for the whole group.
ARRIVING.
Friday, July 1.
S. S. Manuka. Phillips, from Victoria
and Vancouver at 5 a. m.
S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San
Francisco at 6:15 a. m.
U. S. A. T. Thomas, Lyman, from
Manila and Nagasaki may arrive today
Saturday, July 2.
Stmr. Klnau, E1reeman, from Hllo
and way ports, due In forenoon.
Stmr. LlkeTlke, Napala, from Kawal
hae, Maul, Lanat and Molokui ports,
probably arrive In afternoon.
Sunday, July 3.
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, July 1.
Stmr. 'Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for La.'
halna, Maalaea, Kona and Kau ports at
noon.
Stmr. Helene, Nelson, for Mahukona,
Paauhau, Kukaiau, Ookala, Laupaho
'hoe, Papaaloa mall and passengers only
for Lahalna, Maalaea, Kawaihae and
Hllo at 5 p. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle for Wai-
manalo at 7 a. m.
S. S. Manuka, Phillips, for Suva,
Brisbane and Sydney, at noon.
PASSENGERS.
Arriving.
Per S. S. Alameda, July 1, from San
Francisco: Dr. W. B. Craig, I. Chap
man, James L. Cockburn, Mrs. E. J.
Culbert, Mrs. Mary Dodd, Mrs. W. E,
Dodd, C. V. E. Dove, i.ilss Dorothy Ef
flnger, Miss A. Fltzpatrick, H. T. Hay
selden, Miss H. M. Hoffman, A. F.
Hunt, Mrs. Hunt, Miss D. Moss, Miss E.
Mury, Mrs. S. B. Randall and child, H.
L. Ross, J. S. Ross, J. Rubensteln, B. F.
Schlrmer, E. Towson, James Wakefield,
L. Wlthington, Mr. Deaw, Capt. Smith.
Per S. S. Manuka, July 1, from Vic
toria and Vancouver, for Honolulu: G.
F. Davies and wife W. H. Hannam and
wife, Mrs. F. B. Loveland, E. W. Fen
ner, C. J. McCracken, C. H. Jennings
and wife, R. Oberwimmer, wife and
.daughter. Miss A. E. Campbell, W. C.
Playfair. For Australia: Mrs. E. W.
Fenner, Mrs. George E. Nares, Mrs.
Beek, Hiss Hogg, Miss Newlll, Rev. C.
P. Greene. L. B. Wilbraham, William.
Burton, W. H. Friend, N. J. Morrlsby,
T. de Schryver, C. McClure, A. E. Ran
niger, wife and 2 sons, Miss Blnnle, J.
Bartholomew, wife and son, R. S. An
derson, William Anderson, Ell Knight,
Mrs. Clements, W. D. Jack, Miss Ma-
theson, Mrs, A. J. Slppe and infant, W.
H. Geiss and wife, S. Leonard, wife and
son, P. Blake, J. Pickering, J. Smith
W. Manuel, E. Jamleson, T. Graham, A.
Murray, A. H. B. Foster and 4 Chln-v
men.
COLLEGE AQUATICS,
issoclnted Press. Morning Service.
NEW LONDON, July 1. Yale won
the Freshman race by a half length In
10:29 1-5. The four-oared Varsity race
was postponed until today on account
of unfavorable conditions.
PROHIBITION TICKET COMPLETE.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
INDIANAPOLIS, July l.-rUeorge
W. Carroll of Texas is the Prohibition
ist nominee for Vice-President on the
ticket with Silas Swallow.
BANDITS DERAIL A TRAIN.
Assnolntprl Prpii. Mornlntr Service
TIENTSIN, July 1. Bandits derailed
a train south of Harbin. Thirty-three
passengers were killed and fifty-eight
injured.
BULGARIAN ATROCITIES.
An.snclntt.il I'i'hhs Mnrninv hivh'
CONSTANTINOPLE. Julv 1. Titilcrn..
Tlan bandits have murdered a notable
Greek citizen of the village of Djlgo-
rovo. burned his fai illy alive and dls-
embuwled two of his servants.
SEIGE OF PORT ARTHUR.
Assocuieii Press.- Mornlnc Service.
ST. PETERSBURG July 1 The slge
of Port Arthur Is proceeding slowly.
The Japanese have not yet brought
their heavy guns within range of the
works.
BERLIN, July 1. It is stated that
General Kuropatkln haa decided to
withdraw to Halchang.
Halchang Is a walled city on the main
llr.4 of the railroad, about thirty miles
east of Newchwang. Llaoyang is the
next Important station to the north.
Halcheng was captured by the Japaneso
In 1894 forifled and held 'for a year.
SUNFLOWER FUEL.
Sunflower makes good fuel. The
stalks when dry are as hard n.s maple
wood and make a good fire, and the
seedheads, with the Beeds In, are said
t burn better than the best hard coal.
Tobacco Heart
may be cured. Don't neglect your
symptoms. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
is a great heart and blood tonic about
which tou will leara a great deal and also
about heart trouble by sending postal foi
(roe hook on dUeasua of the h art and norrM
Dn. Miuu Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
ARE CLAIMED BY MANY TO BE THE CROWNING GLORV( OF THE ST. LOUIS
WORLD'S FAIR, YET THEY ARE BY NO MEANS THE ONLY BEAUTY SPOT IN
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The
Universal
Great
Exposition
The Lawns, Plazas and Lagoons: the Sweeping Facades; the magnificent
Palaces; the Grand Basin; the Model Cinuments; the Colonade of States; the
Palaces; the Grang Basin; the Model City; the Palace of Nations; Common
wealth Plateau;; even the beautiful Park Itself, all play their part in forming
an "harmonious whole."
These, and a hundred other beauty spots and features of natural and
mechanical interest, have been caught by the camera of the omnipresent Offi
cial Photographer of the Exposition, and will be recorded for all time in that
superb pictorial and descriptive series
THE FOREST CITY
Art
Portfolio
Parts I and II Now Ready
Part III Ready Tomorrow,
These photographic views, 16 of which are issued weekly, in permanent port
folio form, by Exclusive Arrangement -with the World's Fair officials, will
constitute, when completed a Permanent Pictorial Record of the World's Fair
in its Architectural, Industrial and Art Exhibits, with epeclal presentation of
its more wonderful assemblages of human kind in types, costumes and occu
pationsrepresenting with marvelous comprehensiveness the life and activities
of the various countries of the earth, Including the isles of the ocean a verit
able epitome of the world of today.
Official Photographs
The original photographs from which
these reproduction -i are made were
taken by the official photographer of
the Exposition, especially for the
"Forest Citv" Series.
Official Descriptions
The descriptions which accompany
the views ore all written by Walter B.
Stevew, the distinguished Journalist
and Secretary of the Louisiana Pur
chase Exposition.
The Forest City Art Portfolios Are Doubly Official
TBis Daner Is fortunate In having arranveA in fir!n 4Ula nfnslM wirl- 4n r .
o o - ojiviimju nvm v ato IMIUCIA 1UI pCrlXUincni pfC
servutfon at an expense so trifling as to make it practically FREE a nominal charge only for cost of 'handling.
How to Secure the Views.
These lews, which will constitute a
complete reflex and record of the Ex
position, are not distributed by us as a
matt r of profit, but rather to please
our readers. Although the regular
price Is 25 cents, we pUce the entire
series v. thin the reach of every reader
at only
10c a Part
to cover the cost of HANDLING,
WRAPPING, ADDRESSING, MAIL
ING, ETC. Simply nil out the coupon
at the right and bring or send to us
with ten cents, and Part 1 will be mall-x
ed to you at once. Address.
Ill oat this Coupon and bring or send to as, with 10 CENTS, as Indicated below.
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1901.
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HAWAIIAN STAB,
Honolulu, Uawaif:
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of postngo and expense of mulling No of 'The Forefit
City," to which 1 am entitled ns one of your readers.
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