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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, D1SCKMDER 31, 1004.
Oceanic Steamship Company. II The Greatest of Expositions (For additional und later .hipping ee page. 4, t, or 8.) I PI 111 line will arrive at and leave this port FOn SAN FRANCISCO. The fine Passenger Steamers of ths M hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. 1905. ALAMEDA JAN. C BIBRRA JAN. 18 ALAMEDA JAN. 27 JBONOMA , FEB. 8 ALAMEDA FEB. 17 VENTURA MAR. 1 ALAMEDA MAR. 10 EIERRA MAR. 22 ALAMEDA MAR. 31 BONOMA APR. 12 ALAMEDA APR. 21 iVENTURA MAY 3 ALAMEDA MAY 12 EIERRA MAY 24 Local Bout 1905. ALAMEDA JAN. 11 SONOMA JAN. 17 ALAMEDA FEB. 1 VENTURA FEB. 7 ALAMEDA FEB. 22 SIERRA FEB. 28 ALAMEDA MAR. IS SONOMA MAR. 21 ALAMEDA APR. 5 VENTURA APR. 11 ALAMEDA APR. 26 SIERRA MAY 2 ALAMEDA MAY 17 SONOMA MAY 23 In connection with t MiUng of the above steamers, the Agents are pre pared to Issue to Intending passengers couw 'hrourh tickets by any railroad f San Fra-clsco tc all points In the Un.ti.-e States, and from New York by steamship line to all European Ports. """or further particulars apply i W. G. irwin Sl Co. (LIMITED) (general Agents Oceanic S. S." Company. Canad ian- ktralian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP COMPANY Bte&aierB of the above line, running In nnectlon wit' the CANADIAN BACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY betwern Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. ft, W., and ca .ling at Victoria. B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. Due at Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, viz: FOR AUSTRALIA. POR ANCOUVER. XORANGI OCT. 22 KIOWERA NOV. 19 MOANA DEC. 17 U.ORANGI JAN. 14 MIOWERA FEB. 11 JKJANA MAIL 11 (AORANGI APR. 8 VdOWERA .......... 1IAY 6 MIOWERA OCT. 19 MOANA NOV. 16 AORANGI DEC. 14 MIOWERA JAN. 11 MOANA FEB. 8 AORANGI MAR, 8 MIOWERA APR. 6 MOANA MAY 3 BALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYA GES. MUBO. H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S, S. Co Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port on or about the dates below men tloned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. 1905. MONGOLIA JAN. 4 CHINA Jan, 17 CHINA JAN. 17 MANCHURIA JAN. 28 KOREA FEB 21 COPTIC MAR. 4 SIBERIA MAR. 15 MONGOLIA MAR. 25 CHINA APR. 4 MANCHURIA APR, 15 DORIC APR. 27 KOREA MAY 9 COPTIC MAY 20 SIBERIA MAY 31 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 1905. DORIC JAN. 1 KOREA JAN. 27 COPTIC FEB. 3 SIBERIA FEB. 14 MONGOLIA FEB. 24 CHINA MAR. 10 MANCHURIA MAR. 21 DORIC APR. 1 KOREA APR. 14 COPTIC APR. 2: SIBERIA MAY 6 MONGOLIA MAY 16 CHINA MAY 27 MANCHURIA JUNE C For general Information apply to H. Hackfeid & Co. AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. FROM NEW YORK. S. S. "OREGONIAN" To sail about December 31st S. S. "AMERICAN" To sail about January 31st FROM SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT. S. S. "NEBRASKAN" To sail January Sth S. S. "NEVADAN" To sail January 36th FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. "NEBRASKAN" To sail January 15th S. S. "NEVADAN" To sail February sth FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA (Via San Francisco). S. S. "NEVADAN" From SEATTLE, January 18th S. S. "NEVADAN" From TACOMA, January 20th C. P. H. Iloolrfelcl Ss Co., MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS. California Rose Creamery Butter Delivered On Ice No matter how good butter is when it leaves any store, its quality is seriously impaired if it becomes soft. Good butter often gets a bad name for just that reason. Our California Rose Creamery Butter is the best in the market To insure its arrival in perfect condition we have special ice boxes in our wagons which keep it frozen hard. It will reach you in perfect condition. Henry May .& Co., Ltd., Retail Main 22. TIJl.l'.l'IIOM'.S. VVholeasle Alain 92, First Quarter of the Moon Dec. 14th. 5 5 mS m3 6 !?r B& hi 015 h an S Pi a p. to tfl re s 20 COD 1.8 7.07 1.21 . 27 6.G4 1.7 8.17 2.05 28 7.42 1.1 P.LS i4!) 2!i 8.42 1.2 10.K3 S.3S p.m. a.m. 30 11.39 1.4 9.B0 4.22 31 10.58 5.12 Jan. n.m. p.m. 1 ,0.40 1.6 12.17 0.00 2 1.29 1.8 1.13 0.02 0.09 1.23 2.GS 4.37 C.07 7.35 8.30 0.30 6.3G 0.37 0.37 0.37 G.37 0.38 0.38 D.2C 5.27 5.27 G.2S 5.29 5.29 5.30 5.31 Sets 9.49 10.47 a.m. 0.45 1.44 2.43 3.41 TlmeB of tho tide are taken from the U. S. Coa t and Geodetic Survey ta bles. The tides at -ahulu. and Hllo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Hawaiian Btandard tlmo la 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green wich time, being that of tho merldlcn of 167 degreess 30 minutes. The time whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which la the same as Greenwich, 0 hours. 0 min utes. The Sun and moon are for local time for the whole group. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL TURE AVEATHER BUREAU. The following datu, covering u period of 28 years, have been compiled from the Weather Bureau and McKlbb.n rerords at Honolulu, T. H. They are issued to show the conditions that have prevailed, during the month In ques tion, for the above period of years, but must not be construed as a forecast of the weather conditions for the coming month: Month of January for 2S years. Temperature. (1890-1904, inclusive). Mean or normal temperature, 71. The warmest month was that of 1S9S, with an average of 72. i (f, The coldest month was that of 1892, with an average of 09. The highest temperature was S4 on January 19, livl. The lowest temperature was 51 on January 27, 1895. Precipitation (ruin, 1S77-1S93, Inclusive. Average for the month, 3.25 Inches. Average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 13. The greatest monthly precipitation was 10.05 inches in 1897. The least monthly preleltatlon was 0.17 inches In 1878. The greatest amount of precipitation recorded In any 24 consecutive hour was 5.30 inches on January 25, 1897. Clouds & Weather (1884-1901, Inclusive). Average number of clear days, 14; partly cloudy days, 12; cloudy days, 5. Wind, (1SS4-1904, inclusive). The prevailing winds have been from the northeast. Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of issue: December 30, 1904. ALEX. McC. ASHLEY, Section Director, Weather Bureau. Note: Only precipitation data taken from record of Dr. Robert MsKibbin. 1 ARRIVING. Friday, December 30. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from Walmunalo at S p. 111. Saturday, December 31. Stmr. Nllhuu, W. Thompson, lion) Honokua, Wnlpio and Kukulliaele at 7:50 a. m. Stmr. Kauai, Pederson, from Electa at 9:10 a. m. Sunday, January 1. Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Maul ports, due early early in morning. Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from Kauai :iorts due. Stmr. Llkelike, Nnpala, from Kiliola, Lanai, Maui und Molokal norts due. Tuesday, January 3. S. S. Mongolia, Porter, from San Francisco, due In morning. Stmr. J. Wulmannlo DEPARTING. Saturday, December SI. A. Cummins, Searlo, for at 9:30 a. m. Tuesday, January 3. S .S. Mongolia, Porter, for the Orient probably sail in afternoon. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per stmr. Nlihnu, December 31, from Ilonokaa and Kukulliaele II. F. Slui tevnnt and 7 deck. Departing. Per S. S. Ventura, December 30, for tho Colonies S. G. Richardson and wife, H. Carlson and wife, Master Carlson, Miss Jensen, J. Knight and wife, M. Deeken, Mrs. E. Lyle. NEXT MAIL TO THE COAST. There will be a mail for San Fran cisco by the French cruiser Protet, which sails early Monday. Mall will close ut the post olllce at midnight Sunday. SAILING OF THE TEXAN. The S. S. Texan was to have sailed from Manila December 24 for Honolulu. No word of her departure bus been re ceived however. PROTET RECEIVES TODAY. There will be a public Inspection cf the French cruiser Protet this afternoon. CUMMINS MAKING SPECIAL TRIP. The steamer J. A. Cummins arrived last night with 1,200 bags of sugar from Walm.inalo plantation and sailed this morning for Wnlmnnalo nfter more sugar. CORONADO SAILS TODAY. The barkontlne Coronado sails at 2 p. m. today for San Francisco with 22,000 bags of sugar and swvoral passengers. ARRIVED WITH SUGAR. The Htaamer Kauai arrived thin morning from Ultelo with about 0,000 bun of Miigar from Mollryile I'lunta. lion for the hIiIji KrwUlne M. I'helM. Tho Mtttumer Nllhuu nrrlvud till morn ing front lloiKikaa mid Ktiltulhaalo with only it iwckHtrw of mimlrlM, Pur r mwy r(ierti Hint HiiihiUmh pln tutlun will Iwiilii grinding January X. Caughtby the Camera FOR THAT SUPERB SERIES v 1 The WORLD'S FAIR ART PORTFOLIOS to Q BIG, BRIGHT Beneficial Best 1 480 Magnificent Reproductions 480 Our small photographer Is a member of one of the Philippine tribes who po-ed for the Star. 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