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taanic Bteam&iiip Company. flM fln raiscitfer ttmr of thit . :m tortunder: PROM BAN FRANCIfCO. jAjjAMliPA MAT It BIUlA MAT 14 AUAXEDA June I BONO A JUKI )4 SAJjAMEDA JUXR 3 JKfTURA JULY 6 ALAMEDA JULY 14 BISKRA JULY M ALAMXDA AUQUCT 4 flONOMA AUGUST 16 ALAMEDA AUOUJTT It iVBNTUHA SPTHMBKA ALAMEDA .PTBMI&BR It BIERRA SKI'TKMIIKH 17 1 connection with C enWng of the above steamers, the Agents are pre HTX4 to liwue to Intending passengers coupon hrour:h tickets by any railroad 2fm San Fra-clsco tc all points In the Un.tuc" States, and from New York by steamship line to all European Ports. Tor further particulars apply i W. G. Irwin & Co. (LL. ITED) Seneral Ageute Oceanic S. S. Company. 1 iniin i. n i i Canadian -Australian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP COMPANY Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. B. .W., and calling at Victoria, B .C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. Duo nt Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, viz: FOR USTRALIA. MANUKA JUNE 3 AORANGI JULY 1 MIOWERA JULY 29 MOANA AUG. 26 AORANGI SEPT. 23 MIOWERA OCT 21 MOANA NOV. 18 CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. TEEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts. AMERICAN HAWAIIAN DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. 'FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU. S. S. "ARIZONAN" MAY 20th S. S. "HAWAIIAN" JUNE 5th FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU. iS. S. "NEVADAN" JUNE 1st S. S. "NEBRASKAN" JUNE 22nd FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. "NEBRASKAN" MAY 21st S. S. "NEVADAN" ..JUNE nth FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TOHONOLULU. S. S. "NEBRASKAN" JUNE 16th S. S. "NEVADAN" JULY 7th . Haokfeld Ss Co., C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Agents. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S, Co. Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this rt on or about the dates below mentioned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. COPTIC MAY 19 SIBERIA JUNE 3 MONGOLIA JUNE 14 CHINA JUNE 21 DORIC JULY 8 MANCHURIA JULY 15 KOREA JULY 29 COPTIC AUG. 9 SIBERIA ' AUG. 23 MONGOLIA SEPT. 2 CHINA SEPT. 13 DORIC OCT. 4 KOREA OCT. 17 .COPTIC OCT. 28 SIBERIA NOV. 11 Tor general Information apply to Hackfeld $i Co. Look for the Label S&VT When Buying Canned Goods 6 2S & 99 stands for quality and you will do well to insist upon your grocer supplying you with this brand. Don't ask him merely for the best. He will give . you the best he has, of course. Ask for and sec that you get S&W goods. Henry May BOSTON Retail Main 22 TELEPHONES Wholesale Main 92. line will arrive at arc thlt part TOR A LAMBDA OMOMA ... ALAMBDA VBKTURA AUVMBDA AH JMIAXCMCO. MAT IT MAT n JUKI T J UN I 11 JUXB M SIERRA ...JULY 4 ..JULY 1 ..JULY M I ! It ALAMRDA SONOMA .. ALAMEDA VMNTURA ALAMRDA SIBRRA .... ALAMBDA AUGUST 0 AUOUtT 16 AUGUST 96 i.SBI'TBMBBR E SBPTBMBBR 10 FOR VANCOUVER. AORANGI MAY 31 MIOWERA JUNE 28 MOANA JULY 26 AORANGI AUG. 23 MIOWERA SEPT. 20 MOANA OCT 18 MIOWERA DEC. 13 STEAMSHIP COMPANY. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. MONGOLIA MAY 19 CHINA MAY 30 DORIC JUNE 13 MANCHURIA JUNE 19 KOREA JULY 4 COPTIC JULY 11 SIBERIA JULY 28 MONGOLIA AUG. 8 CHINA AUG. 18 DORIC SEPT. 1 MANCHURIA SEPT. 8 KOREA SEPT. 22 COPTIC OCT. 3 SIBERIA OCT. 17 MONGOLIA OCT. 27 & Co., Ltd., BLOCK Mi (for nridltlnnnl and ltr shipping pif. 4, t or 8.) T1DKS. SVM AND MOON. New Moon June t, at 7 :1S p. m. rrfiFrfc Ill I r t ff'filfi i p.m. ft. a.m. a.m. p.m. Rs -r. St 1.15 1.1 n.Ct 1.11 T.tt 1.11 8.IT t.30 (0 1.67 l.t t.W 6.51 t.W I.1T CM l.nr, II S.S0 1.7 l.W 7.K .lt t.lT 6.18 1.13 Jun. 1 I. OS l.S 3.98 7:6 M 5.17 6.18 4.2S I MS 1.9 2.41 S.2S 10.12 8.17 G.I8 6.08 S 4.98 1.9 8.2S 8.68 11.12 5.17 0.38 9tn 4 4.46 1.9 4.06 9.90 11.56 5.17 C.IO 8.11 E 6.3C 1.9 4.64 10.06 6.17 C.40 9.08 Times of the tide are taken from the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta bles. The tides at Kahulul and Illlo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu, Hawaiian sta dard time is 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green wich time, being that of the meridian of 157 degrees 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 arefor local time for the whole group. r Department) of Agriculture. Weather Bureau. The following data, covering a period of 30 years, have been complied from the Weather Bureau and McKlhbln n -cords nt Honolulu, T. H. They nrr issued to show the conditions Hint hn prevailed, during the month In question for the above period of years, but must not be construed as & forecast of the weather conditions for the coming month. Month June for 30 years. Temperature (1890-1904.) Mean or normal' temperature, 77. The warmest month was that of 1900, with nn average of 78. The coldest month was that of 1896. with an average of 76. The highest temperature was 88 on June 22, 1900. The lowest temperature was 63 on June 1, 1891. Precipitation (rain.) (1877-1894.) Average for the month, 0.98 Inches. Average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 14. The greatest monthly precipitation was 2.40 Inches in 18S5. The least monthly precipitation was 0.24 Inches In 1877. The greatest amount of precipitation recorded In any 24 consecutive hours was 0.81 Inches on Juno 22, 1885. Clouds and Weather. (1800-1901.) Average number of clear days, 13: partly cloudy days 15; cloudy days, 2. Wind. (1875-1901.) The prevailing winds have been from the northeast. Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of Issue: May 30, 1903. (T. E. D.) ALEX. McC. ASHLEY, Section Director, Weather Bureau. ARRIVING. Thursday, Juno 1. S. S. Enterprise, Youngren, fromiSan Francisco via Ililo at 7:20 a. m. Friday, June 2. S. S. Siberia, Smith, from Sap Fran cisco, due in morning. S. S. Alnmedn, Dowdell, from San Francisco, due In morning. DEPARTING. Thursday, June 1. Stinr. Mlknhnla, Gregory, for Kauai ports at 6 p. m. Stmr. Helene, Nelson, for Mahukona and Hnmnkua ports at 5 p. m. Friday, June 2. H, S. Siberia, Smith, for the Orient probably snll in afternoon. REALTY TRANSFERS Entered for Record May 29, 1903. Kauoalono Hoopll et all to AVilllam II Rice M Freder'c W Hardy to M A Tavares et all Kel Joe Puu to A Sa D Antonio de Souza nnd wf to Joao de V'velros Port'Mut Ben Soo of H to John A Nunes rtel Robert M Kanealil to C AkconI L W F Mossman and wf to Alexandor & Baldwin Ltd D Millama Kalua to Davlda ot all D Joe Aea by Slier to D J Cashman D Frederic W Hardy and wf to Supt. Public Instruction E D R Muller Tr to W G Scott D Walluku Sugar Co Ltd to C Brewtr & Co., Ltd D Thos Gandall et ol by mtgeo to Al len & Robinson Ltd B S German Sav & Loan Socy by at torney to Kopluianl Est Ltd P iV Kuplolunl Est Ltd to Lowers & Cooke Ltd p Recorded May 20, 1903. J M Monsarrat by alldt of mtgee to Tliei'tsft M Loulsson, Foro Affdt; 4-5 int In por R P 20 kul 1020, Union St. Honolulu, Oahu. B 208, p 285. Dated MHy 19, 1906. W. II Cornwell and wf to . Est of William II Cornwoll admr of . Add Secy; int in Est of W. H. Cornwell, dec. $4877.60. B 208, p 291. Dated Mar 31, 1905. W II Pain by utty and mtgee to Samuel J Bundock D; lot 50 of gr Oahu, $38.25. 11 209, p 182. Dated May 19, 1903. S, J. Bundock to Ishop & Co., M; lot 605 of gr 4777 bldgg, etc, Lunalllo St, Honolulu, Oahu. $200. B 208, p 291. Dated May 19, 1905. John F Bowler to M P Robinson H Really refreshing is Rainier Beer. In all the world you will find no hotter remedy for that "spring feeling."' Want ads In tho Star bring quick re turns. Three lines three times for 25 cents. NEW PROCE arc the Gas Ranges that we carry in stock for the Honolulu public or our many customers. The entire line it oh display and we extend to all a cordial inviUtion to come and have explained ' the advantages and superiority of these pre-eminent ranges. . afllffiffl Wtyh a view af offering you the best Gas Range made, months time has been devoted in having impartial, exhaustive experiments of the supposed best ranges to determine which was, really best. The New Process proved to be the most up-to-date range made and greatest gas saver. The facts convinced us and this is why we carry New Process Gas Range and are its sole agents in the Territory of Hawaii. 53, 55, 57 King Sfteet, S; leasehold, bldgs, Honolulu, Oahu. $2 Dated May -20, 1903. etc, Honuukahu, 50. B 2C3, p 496. Aug Ahrens to George W. Smith, P. A; general powers. B 203, p 488. Dat ed May 20, 1903. M G Walker to C T Sackett, C M; 3 cows. 0209. B 208, p 298. Dated May 18, 1905. Knona and wf to Mrs. Kamakee, D; 5 acr land, Kaapahu, Hamakua, Ha waii. $1, etc. B 2C9, p 187. Dated May 12, 1905. CONTRACTED NEURALGIA DUR ING THE WAR. "I had a bad case of neuralgia which I contracted during the war. I tried several kinds of medicine but they did me no good until a friend of mine re commended Chamberlalnls Pain Balm which gave me Immediate relief. I have had no trouble since and must say that I And Chamberlain's Pain Balm a fine liniment. I have since used it for other troubles nnd always with good re- j suits." J. Viljqien, Jacobsdal, Trans vaal. For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. When you feel tht usual attack of Spring fever coming on, don't punish yourself with unplrsant medicines, Just order a case of Rainier Beer and be comfortable. Fine Job Printing Star omce. MMOHD COUNTY ACT AND VILLAGE GROWTH ONE OF THE EFFECTS THE GAR DEN ISLAND THINKS MAY RE SULT FROM NEW CONDITIONS. It Is to be considered probable that some of the land-owners of LIhue will how erect a few good houses to rent to county ofllctals and to others who may, desire to rent. It Is deplorable that the county seat of the island has absolutely no houses which can be rented by county ofllctals who may de sire to move their families here from other parts of the Island. It may be that land suitable for building in desirable localities, can be purchased for reasonable amounts, and if this be so, Lihue will gradually add to its popuatlon, and may In time be come a fair sized village. v An Increase In desirable population will be a benefit to the place from a financial point of view and will also enlarge the social ife of the community. Every little town on the mainland is desirous of growth nnd Is reaching out for new citizens, offering every possl- ble Inducement to attract home-makers. Such should bo the case In LIhue. E GO Honolulu, Hawaii Every desirable addition to the popula tion of the place makes living hero more pleasant and more profitable for those of us who are already hero. By a growth In population business is in creased, opportunities for money mak ing are created, social life is developed, public concern and civic pride quicken, and the village becomes nn animated, ambitious, sociable community. In the mainland It is almost impossible to find a town as big as a dot on the map that is not thriving and growing, new build ings going up and new life coming in all the time to supplement the life al ready there, everybody alive to tho fact that the twentieth century 13 sweeping over the world, conscious that "The Bird of Time has but a little way "To Flutter and the Bird is on tho wl.ig." The Garden Island. RECEPTION TO MRS. WILCOX. LIHUE, Kauai, May 29. Kllohana, the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox was enfete Thursday af ternoon, the 21th ilnstant, the occasion being a ladies' tea given In honor of Mrs. Edward Wilcox of Connecticut, who with her husband Is a guest gf Uie host nnd hostess. The day was fine and the ladles began to assemble shortly after two o'clock The Garden Island. Want nds In die Star bring quick re turns. Three linen three times for 25 cents.