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TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY. AUQl'ST 15, 1904.
i w Oceanic Steamship Company. The fine Passenger Steamers of this 0 hereunder: TROii SAN FRANCISCO. BTXNTURA AUG. 24 AXiAMEDA SEPT. 2 TERRA SEPT. 14 'ALAMEDA.... .SEPT, 25 BONOMA OCT. C AUAMEDA OCT. 14 CENTURA OCT. 26 ALAMEDA NOV. 4 BIERRA NOV. Iti ALAMEDA NOV. 25 BONOMA DEC. 7 ALAMEDA DEC. 16 Local Boat. In connection with t salting of the above steamers, the Agents are pre pared to issue to Intending passengers coupon 'hrouch tickets by any railroad Brorn San Fraiidsco to all points In the United States, and from New York by te&mshlp line to all European Ports. or further particulars apply j W. G. Irwin && Co. (LIMITED) Gbeneral A.gen-,B Oceanic S. S. Company, Canadian-Australian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP CORflPANY Steamers of the above line, running In connection wit' the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. tit, W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, H onolulu and Brisbane, Q. Duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below utatod, viz: FOR AUSTRALIA. MIOWERA AUG. 27 MAMTIKA SEPT. 24 AORANGI OCT. JIIOWERA NOV. 19 MOANA DEC. 17 AORANGI .'...JAN. 14 MOWER A FEB. 11 MOANA MAIL 11 AORANGI APR. S I MIOWERA APR. S CALLING AT SUVA. FITI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOY GES. THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd,, Gen'l Agts. Paciflc Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co Bteamera of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this pert on or about the dates below mentioned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. DORIC AUG. MANCHURIA SIBERIA SEPT. COPTIC SEPT. KOREA SEPT. GAELIC .'.OCT. MONGOLIA OCT. CHINA NOV. MANCHURIA NOV. DORIC NOV. SIBERIA NOV. COPTIC DEC. 3COREA DEC. GAELTC DEC. For general Information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co. AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. FROM NEW YORK. S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail about August 10. Frelgb received at Company's wharf 41st Street, South Brooklyn, at all times. FROM SAN FRANCISCO, VIA P UGET SOUND, TO HONOLULU. S. S. NEVADAN, to sail August 25. and each month thereafter. Freight received at Company's wharf, Greenwich Street. FROM HONOLULU TO oAN FRANCISC S. S. NEVADAN, to sail August 10. The above mentioned steamers will be dispatched fror" HmoluM direct for Saa Francisco on date stated. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA. S. S. NEVADAN, to sail about September 1. fc. IItJLOlr.ie.lcl s Co., a P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS. California Rose Creamery Butter Henry May& Co. LIMITED RETAIL MAIN 22. line w'll rrlvo at and leave this port FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA 'AUG. IT SIERRA AUG. 2a ALAMEDA SEPT. 7 SONOMA .....SEPT. 13 ALAMEDA SEPT. 23 VENTURA OCT. 4 ALAMEDA OCT. ID SIERRA OCT. 25 ALAMEDA NOV. 9 SONOMA .". NOV. 15 ALAMEDA NOV. 30 VENTURA DEC. 6 ALAMEDA DEC. 21 yOR ANCOUVER. MANUKA AUG. 21 1 AORANGI SISf T Z MIOWERA OCT. 10 MOANA NOV. 16 AORANGI DEC. 14 MIOWERA JAN. 11 MOANA FEB, j AORANGI MAR. 8 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. COPTIC AUG. KOREA SEPT. GAELIC SEPT. MONGOLIA SEPT. CHINA OCT. DORIC MANCHURIA OCT. 15 DORIC OCT. 22 SIBERIA OCT. 29 COPTIC NOV. 5 KOREA NOV19 GAELIC NOV. 20 MONGOLIA DEC. 13 CHINA DEC. 24 MANCHURIA DEC. 31 Prom the pasture to the churn nnc throughout the whole process of mak ing, only the most improved methods are employed and every precaution is taken to ensure and maintain without variation the highest possible quality in California Rose Creamery Butter. Wc deliver it on ice and guarantee every pound. TELEPHONES. WHOLESALE MAIN X SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE (For additional nd lai-r shipping set pages 4, 6, or 8.) Firm Quart. ! of the Moon Aug. lTth. M HH H. f 05 3 !j 3 Is 5 e s S3 j : 3 p. 5 ffS re 1? -Wig p.m. a.h. a.m. Sets 6.30 10.06 C.29 10.62 6.28 11.3S 623 a.m. 6.27 0.26 15 C.35 1.2 C.35 0.20 12.40 6.3S a.m. p.m. 1C 7.30 1.3 7.17 1.00 1.50 5.39 17 8.47 1.3 8.09 1.4o 3.17 ,5.39 18 10.02 1.4 9.21 2.34 5.03 5.39 19 11.13 1.5 10.38 3.32 0.30 6.39 p.m. 20 12.12 1.6 4.34 7.28 5.40 a.m. 21 1.02 1.7 0.00 6.33 8.12 5.40 22 1.44 1.8 1.03 6.32 8.45 5.40 6.26 1.16 0.25 6.24 2.06 2.57 Times of the tide are tit ken from the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta bles. The tides at .ahulu. and llllo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time is 10 hours 3i 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, o hours, 0 min utes. The Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. ARRIVING. Saturday, August 13. Stinr. Likelike, Nnopaln, from Lanai, Maui and Molokal ports, at 3 p. m., with 50 head cattle, 2 horses, 33 hogs, 60 sks. potatoes, 10 sks. corn, 5 pkgs. coin and 20 pkgs. sundries. Sunday. August 14. Yacht Gladys, Hobrou, from Lahnlna, it 7:30 p. in. Sclir. Lady, from Koolau ports, nt 4:30 a. 111. Stinr. Olnudinp, Parker, from Muul ports at 5 p. m. with 51 pkgs bottles 60 sacks potatoes, 19 sks corn. 91 lings, 20 head' cattle, 30 head calves, 7S packages sundries. t Stmr. W. G. Hull. S. Thompson, from Kauai ports at 3:45 a. m. with 22,816 lbs scrap Iron, IS horses, 24 boxes fruit and 30 packages sundries. Stmr. Kauai, Bruhn, from Maul and Hamakua ports at 9.80 a m. with IS, packages sundries. DEPARTING. Mondya, August 15 Stmr. Likelike, Nnpala, for Maui and M lokal ports at 5 p. m. Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for Anahol.i, Knpaa, Kilauea, Haiialei ntul Knllhi wal, at 5 p. in. Stmr. Kauai, Ilruhn, for Lahalna, Ka unupall, Honokaa, Maalaea, Klhel, M.i kenu, Kukulhaele, at 5 p. ill. U. S. S. Iroquois, Nlblack, for IV.ul Harbor, at 9 a. in. Schr Lady, for Koolau ports, at 2 p.m. Tuesday, August IS. Schr. Kawallanl, Ulunahele, for Koo luu ports, at 4 p. in. ' Schr. Chas. Levi Woodbury, Harris!, for Ililo, nt 5 p. in. Stmr. Kinuii, Freeman, for Hllo and way ports at noon. Stmr. Claudlne, Parker for Maul ports nt 5 p. m. Stinr. tV. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for Kauai ports at 5 p. m. 'Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Koolau ports at 7 a. m. Wednesday, August 17. S. S. Alameda .Dowdell, for San Fran cisco at 0 a. m. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per Stmr. W. G. Hall, August 14,' from Kauai ports Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Miss Alice Roth, W. Roth, George H. Fair child, wife and 3 children and sen-ant, W. Berlowitz, C. A. Rice, wife and 2 children and servant, H. A. Jaeger, W. J. Moody, J. H. Portens, W. A. Church, Sam Kee Jan, C. P. Terrlek, G. Chuck, M. Lurenz, Ah Pue, L. Y. Amlnu, J. Ma Una and 39 deck. Per stmr. Claudlne, August 14, from Maul ports Miss N. Adams, W. P. L. liett, E. P. Chapln, Mr. Fisher, Miss Fisher, J. H. Fisher, F. II. Jordan, Mrs. I. Chalmers and daughter.F. Brittaln and wife, G. B. Robertson, W. D. Lo well, A. Gomes, A. J. Gomes, W. P. Gomes and wife, Miss Eva Gomes, L. K. Tllton and wife, Miss S. E. Tread way, Miss J. E. Treadway, Mr. Fujlsa wa, Ah Ko, J. K. Iosopa, Tang Young, Mrs. Kanekou, Miss S. Kumakuhlkl. Miss II. Bruns, Miss Z. Rogers, Miss E. Groves, Miss E. Betts, Miss J. lletts. See Lit, Kan Ohong, Miss A. Davidson, Miss E. Davidson, Miss M'clntyre, Miss Mosser, C. Totzluff and wife, F. Hal stead, II. M. Coke, G. Nakamura, Mrs. John Hulhul. Per stmr. Likelike, August 13, from Molokal ports: F. W. Beckley, Gertrude McCorriston, Mrs. W. V. Brasch and family and 10 deck. MAKAWAOS FIRED OUT. Walluku, August 12. The Elks Katnehameha baseball game played nt Honolulu last Saturday was repeated Ju Walluku on Sunday when the Morn ing Stars faced the Makawuos on the diamond, and slaughtered them In the score of 19 to 2. It was not until the seventh Inning before the Makawaos Hcored their first run, on a wild throw by Pitcher Krueger to llrst base. As a result of the poor games put up by the Makawaos the Maul Athletic Associa tion's ground committee has decided to cut off-the country team, and allow the league to go on with the three remain ing earns, that Is, the Kahuluis, Morn ing Stars and Wallukus. This will add interest to the games, inasmuch as all three of the teams can put up good baseball. Some of the better players of the Makawao team have Joined the Wallukus, which will materially strengthen the latter. HILO LAND OFFICE. There Is a general feeling of approval over the grand Jury's llndlngs that whatever Irregularities that occurred in ' the local ofllces are chargeable to the main office in Honolulu. Attorney Gen eral Andrews was much disappointed with the grand Jury report. Ililo Trib une. CABLE LASTS LONG. The llfi of .1 deep ea cable is about 40 years. The main portion of the ca ble ilea In it bol of ooze about two miles under water. In the shallow water the cables are often damaged by sharks and swordllsh. Pleasur at World's Fair When the Exposition visitor is weary of tramping, he can choose any one of the several diverting trips, where he can sit at ease and travel to interesting points at home and abroad. For instance, he can see Gal veston before and after the great flood; he can enter Battle Abbey and witness the great land battle at Gettys burg, the great sea fight at Manila, and Custer's last charge; or, if inclln ed to adventure, he can go for a voy age "From New York to the North Pole." Fancy yourself on a staunch vessel steaming out of New York harbor, past the Battery, Governor's Island, the Bartholdi statue, Staten Island; out through the narrows and up to the frozen north, which lias tempted so many brave spirits. At last you find yourself among the mighty icebergs which threaten to crush the little craft. 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