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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, AUQUST 1C, 1904.
Oceanic Steamship Company.
(For additional md later shipping sec
pages 4, 6. or 8.)
ill
rrlvo at r.nd leave this port
The tine Passenger Steamers of this line w'U
Ra hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
tfXNTURA AUG. 24
ALAMEDA SEPT. 2
IBRRA SEPT. 14
ALAMEDA SEPT. 23
ONOMA OCT 6
ALAMEDA OCT. 14
VENTURA OCT. "26
ALAMEDA NOV. 4
SIERRA NOV. 10
ALAMEDA NOV. 25
BONOMA DEC. 7
ALAMEDA DEC. 10
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA 'AUG. 17
SIERRA AUG. 23
ALAMEDA SEPT. 7
SONOMA SEPT. 13
ALAMEDA SEPT. 23
VENTURA OCT. 4
ALAMEDA OCT. 19
SIERRA OCT. 23
ALAMEDA NOV. 9
SONOMA NOV. 15
ALAMEDA NOV. 30
VENTURA DEC. 6
ALAMEDA DEC. 21
Local Boat.
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In connection with t" sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre
pred to Issue to Intending passengers coupon 'hrough tickets by any railroad
Erom San Fraiiclsco to all points In the United States, and from New York by
steamship line to all European Ports.
yor further particulars apply j
G. irwin & Co.
(LIluITED)
General JLgeuAB Ocean? ; . S. Company,
Canadian-Australian
STEAftflSHBP COMPANY
First Quarter of the Moon Aug.
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a 35
t3 st3 2
Aug p.m. a.h. a.m. p.m.
15 C.35 1.2 0.35 0.20 12.40 5.38
a.m. p.m.
10 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
IS 10.02 1.4 9.21 2.34 5.03 5.39
19 11.13 1.5 10.38 3.32 C.30 5.39
p.m.
20 12.12 1.6 4.34
a.m.
21 1.02 1.7 0.00 6.35 S.12 5.40 C.25
22 1.44 1.8 1.03 0.32 8.45 5.40 fi .24
Sets
6.30 10.00
C.29 10.62
C.2S 11.33
62S a.m.
6.27 0.26
7.2S 5.40 0.26 1.16
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2.57
Royal
Mai
Times of the tide are taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at .ahulu. and HIlo
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 merldlnn
of 157 degreess 30 minutes. The time
whistle nlows 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.
Steamers of the above line, running in connection wit1 the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, 15. C, and Sydney, N.
'il, "W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, H onolulu and Brisbane, Q.
Duo at Honolulu on or about the dates holow ntaled, viz:
FOR AUSTRALIA.
MIOWERA AUG. 27
MANUKA SEPT. 24
AORANGI OCT. 22
MIOWERA NOV. 19
MOAN A DEC. 17
AORANGI JAN. 11
MIOWERA FEB. 11
MOAN A MAlt. 11
AORANGI APR. 8
OR ANCOUVER.
MANUKA AUG. 24
AORANGI SEPT 21
MIOWERA OCT. 19
MOANA NOV. 16
AORANGI DEC.
MIOWERA JAN.
MOANA FEB.
AORANGI MAR.
MIOWERA APR.
ARRIVING.
Monday, August 15.
S. S. Argyll, Gllboy, from San Fran
cisco at 3 p. in.
Tuesday, August 10.
Am. btkn. Wrestler, 22 days from
Grays Harbor nt &:10 a. m.
Wednesday, August 1".
8. S. Hawaiian, Delano, from Tnc-oma
and Seattle, due.
CALLING AT SUVA. FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN
VOY1 GES.
XHEO. H. DAVfES & Ql
Ltd., Gen'! Agts.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co
Steamers of the above Companies will call
9rt on or about the dates below mentioned:
at Honolulu and leave this
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
3X)RIC AUG. 25
MANCHURIA
SIBERIA SEPT. 6
COPTIC SEPT. 15
KOREA SEPT. 27
GAELIC OCT. S
MONGOLIA OCT. 20
CHINA NOV. 1
MANCHURIA NOV. 9
DORIC NOV. 16
SIBERIA NOV. 24
COPTIC DEC. 3
KOREA DEC. 13
OAELIC DEC. 21
TOR SAN FRANCISCO.
COPTIC AUG. 2
KOREA SEPT.
GAELIC SEPT. 1
MONGOLIA SEPT. 2
CHINA O'CT.
DORIC ,
MANCHURIA OCT. li
DORIC OCT. 22
SIBERIA OCT. 29
COPTIC NOV.
KOREA NOV. 19
GAELIC NOV. 29
MONGOLIA DEC. 13
CHINA DEC. 24
MANCHURIA DEC. 31
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DIRBCT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST.
FROM NEW YORK.
S. S. CALIFORNIAN, to sail about August 10.
Frelgh 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 A ugust 23.
and each month thereafter.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Greenwich Street.
FROM HONOLULU TO oAN FRANCISCv
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail August 10.
Tito above mentioned steamers will be dispatched from Iltnolul'i direct for
iS Francisco on date stated.
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA.
S. S. NEVADAN, to sail about September 1.
1. Heiolrfelcl Xs Co..
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS.
DEPARTING.
Tuesday, August 10.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Senrle, for Wni
manalo -.nd all Koolau ports at 7 a. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hilo and
way ports noon.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, fur
Kauai ports at 5 p. xa.
Stmr. Claudine, Parker, for Maul
ports at 5 p. m.
Shcr. C. L. Woodbury, for HIlo at 5
P. m.
'Sloop Knlulanl, for Aid's Landing
at noon.
Sclir. Kawailanl, Ulunahaele, for Koo
lau ports at 4 p. m.
Stmr. Helene, Nelson; for Maul ports,
on Claudine rur at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Helene, Nelson, for Maui ports,
on Claudine run, at 5 p. m.
Wednesday, August 17
S. S. Argyll, Gilboy, for San Frami.m o
at G a. m.
S. S. Alumoda, Dowdell, for San Fran
viseo at 9 a. nu
Stmr. Likellkc, Naala, for Lan.u.
Maui and Molokai ports at 0 p. m.
PASSENGERS.
'Booked to Depart.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, August 17. for
San Francisco Mrs. W ,E. Dodd, Mm.
Hellbron. Miss G. Dlas, Miss Perry, A
H. Hawklnson. Dr. Wilson, wife and
3 children, Mrs. M. Thrum. Mrs. W. M
Langton. Miss Ferry, J. W. JJrpwster
and wife. Miss Fltzpatrick, Miss Moss,
Mrs. W. II. Oornwall, Miss H. M
Cooke, Mrs. Rhodes, MIps Buck, Miss
Raeile, Mrs. Morgan, F. McCarthy,
Miss M. Bunch, E. M. Boyd, A. Mac
kenzie, W. F. Marshall, R. Marshall,
Mrs. Mackenzie, Miss Backenzie, A.
R. Gurrey. E. N. Smith, B. H. Austin,
D. P. Robinson, S. Nlsimura, Miss S.
Kamgaster, Mrs. Allan Dunn, Miss
Ryan, Misses Garibaldi (3)
Per S. S .Ventura, August 24, from
San Francisco E. Erdman Mrs. Erd
man, Miss E. Cross, Miss E. Rockeford,
Miss Anne W .Deas, Miss Craig, Miss
E. Warren, Mrs. L A. Andrews, Mrs.
Atwater and family, C. G. Owen and
wife, Mrs. R .Webb, Miss Woods, Miss
'Cross, W. Cook, Miss Cook, Mrs. R.
Stackable, Albert Erdman, Mdss Bra
man, B. F. Dillingham, Mrs. Dillingham
W. F. Dillingham, H. G. Dillingham,
Mrs E. K. Freeth, S. B. Rose, R. C.
Ingram and wife, W L. Whitney and
wife, C. W. Gill, P. E. Clelland, Mis
A. O'Connell, P. O. Eakin, F. Scheider,
Miss G. Allen, Mrs. H. O. Walker, C.
C. Eakin, Miss . Wolfe, Miss MePher
son, L. McFaggart, Miss A. Thomas,
Mrs. A. A. Campbell and child, Mrs. F.
W. Beardsley, Mr W. H. Mays, R. W.
Breckons, Mrs. Breckons and child, J.
D. Easton, Mrs. P. L. Tople.
TO SEND ILL
jt transport:
California Rose
Creamery Butter
From 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.
We deliver it on ice and guarantee
every pound.
Henry May& Co.
RETAIL MAIN, 21.
JL,XJMLX1JEiy
TELEPHONES. WHOLESALE MAIN M.
WAR DEPARTMENT PLAN TO PRE
VENT DELAYS (lit SEIZURES OF
CARGOES Full PHILIPPINES.
WASHINGTON, August 5. The War
Department tonight has under discus
sion the ways and means of preventing
the dtlav of commercial steamers and
will be obliged to resort to the expedient
of shipping all goods from San Fran
cisco on Government vessels or trans
ports so as to avoid friction with Rus
sia. They will Interfere for some time
with the tradea of ports north of San
Francisco and to the advantage of 'San
Francisco.
The Commissary-General of the Army
has sunrgested that stores going to Ma
nila from San Francisco or New York
on 'the regular steamship lines may bo
confused with stores for Japan and
China and he has recommended that
this liability of seizure by the Russian
fleet be avoided by arranging for the
shipment r.f the material In transports
from San Francisco. In the case of
shipments from New York he suggests
that they could be so arranged ns to
make use of the transports when they
leave that port for th Phllllpplnps.
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 Inclined 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 Jsland;
out through the narrows and up to the frozen north, which has tempted
so many brave spirits. At last you find yourself among the mighty icebergs
which threaten to crush the little craft. It is
Interesting, Instructive, Inspiring
And not alone these pleasure trips, but all other features of the Fair
which are most interesting, instructive and Inspiring, are pictured and told
about in
That
Tlx
Superb Series
of Photographic
Reproductions
Forest City
World's Fair
Art Portfolios
These beautiful art-views (there are 480 of them) taken by the official
photographer of the Exposition, and the vivid descriptive matter written
by Secretary Stevens of the Fair, will beguile many an hour and afford much
useful knowledge. The views will be highly prized and much enjoyed by
old and young alike. The series of 30 parts (you should secure them all)
will prove
A Delight to Every Member of the Family
Affording equal enjoyment to those who
visit the Fair and to those who do not.
Nine Parts Now Ready
JAPANESE NOTABLE DEAD.
Associated Press. Morning Service.
TOKIO, August 16 Count Kawamura
Is dead.
GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT.
BOSTON, August 16.-The Grand
Army has begun Its national encamp
ment here.
How to Secure the Views.
Thes lews, whiph will rnnstltnto a
complete reilex and record of the Ex
position, are not distributed by us as a
matt r of prolt, but rather to please
our readers. Although the regular
price Is 25 cents, we pUce the entire
series T thin the reach of every reader
at only
10c a Part
to cover the cost of HANDLING.
WRAPPING, ADDRESSING, MAIL
ING, ETC. Simply fill out the coupon
at the right and bring or Bend to us
with ten cents, and Part 1 will be mail
ed to vou at once. Addresr,
Fill out this Coupon and bring or send to us, with 10 CENTS, as Indicated belcw.
BE SURE TO STATE WHICH PART YOU WISH
1904.
HAWAIIAN ST All,
Honolulu, Hawaii:
Enclosed herewith And TEN OZMS to cover cost
ritW80 n11'd1e,e,,so of mailing No of "The Forest
City," to which 1 am entitled ns one of your renders.
Name
P. 0
Island.
HAWAIIAN STAR, Portfolio Department Honolulu, Hawaii

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