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THIS , HAWAIIAN STAR. MONDAY, JTTXB ft, Ufc.
'Oceanic Steamship Company.
(For additional and
pages 4, 5 or 8.)
later shipping see WW lift I
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The fine I'n
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teenger Steamers of this line will arrive at and leave tills port
S 'PTEMBEA 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA JUNE 28
SIERRA JULY 4
ALAMEDA JULY 19
SONOMA JULY 25
ALAMEDA AUGUST 9
VENTURA AUGUST 15
ALAMEDA AUGUST 30
SIERRA SEPTEMBER 5
ALAMEDA SEPTEMBER 20
fa connection -with t" a .ling of the above steamers, the Agents are pre
rA to Issue to Intending Dassennters coupon hrou.rh tlcketa by ony railroad
5 San Francisco tc all points in the Uu.tuc? States, and from New York by
Ateuashlp line to all European Ports.
Tor further particulars apply j
W. G. irwin & Co.
General Agex8 Oceanic S. S. Company.
Canadian -Australian Royal
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
0. W and calling at Vlctor'a, B .C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q.
Duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, viz:
, SEPT. 23
AORANGI MAY 31
MIOWERA JUNE 28
MOANA JULY 26
AORANGI AUG. 23
MIOWERA SEPT. 20
MOANA OCT 18
MIOWERA DEC. 13
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW
YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST.
FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU.
S. S. "HAWAIIAN" 15th.
S. S. "OREGONIAN" July 8th.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU.
S. S. "ALASKAN" June 12th.
S. S. "NEBRASKAN" June 22nd
S. S. "NEVADAN" July 13th.
FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO.
S. S. "NEVADAN" July nth
S. S. "NEBRASKAN" July 2nd.
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU.
S. S. "NEBRASKAN" June 16th
S. S. "NEVADAN" July 7th.
OT. Haolrield Ss Co..
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
Bteamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
Vrt on or about the dates below men tloned:
TIDE8. SUN AND MOON,
Full Moon June 16th at 7:20 p.
M m 3 H V
' h r ? s
: s: a
12 12.28 1.4 5.29 7.00 5.17 C.42 1.43
1.20 l.C 0.12
2.0C l.S 1.0S
2.50 2.0 l.r.s
3.31 2.1 2.4G
17 4.12 2.0 3.32 9.00 11.27
IS 4.51 2.0 4.20 9.40 ....
G.18 G.43 Rises
G.18 6.44 8.21
19 G.30 1.9 G.10 10.20 0.09 5.18 6.44 9.10
Times of the tide are taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at Kahulul and Hllo
occur about one hour earlier than at
Honolulu, Hawaiian sta dard time Is
10 hour3 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 are for local
time for the whole group.
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
The following data, covering a period
of 30 years, have been compiled from
the "Weather Bureau and McKlbbln re
cords at Honolulu, T. H. They are
Issued to show the conditions that have
prevailed, during the month In question
for the above period of years, but must
not be construed a a forecast of the
weather conditions for the coming
Month June for 30 years.
Mean or normal temperature, 77.
The warmest month was that of 1900,
with an 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 1885.
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 June 22, 1885.
Clouds and Weather. (1890-1904.)
Average number of clear days, 13;
partly cloudy days 15; cloudy days, 2.
"W'nd. . (1875-1904.)
The prevailing winds have been from
Station: Honolulu, T. H.
Date of Issue: May 30, 1905.
(T. P. D.)
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
COPTIC MAT 19
SIBERIA JUNE 3
MONGOLIA JUNE 14
CHINA JUNE 24
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 J....OCT. 28
SIBERIA NOV. 11
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
MONGOLIA MAY 19
CHINA MAY 30
DORIC JUNE 13
MANCHURIA JUNE 19
KOREA , JULY 4
COPTIC JULY 14
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
Sunday, June IS.
Stmr. Maul, F. Bennett, from Maul
ports at 5:30 a. m. with 5,000 bags of
Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson from
Kauai ports at 7:07 a. m. with 5,950 bags
Am. ship Manga Reva, Townsend,
from Kaanapall at 11 a. m. anchored
Am. bark R. P. Itlthet, 13 days from
San Francisco at 2:30 p. m.
Tuesday, June 20.
S. S. Manchuria, Saunders, from the
Orient, due In morning.
Sunday, June 18.
Ger. bark Marco Polo, Dalle, for Tal-
tal at 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday, June 21,
S. S. Manchuria, Saunders, for San
Francisco, probably sail In forenoon,
Tor general Information apply to
Per stmr. Maul, June 18, from Maul
ports W. J. Marshall, Young Kau,
Awana, G. A. Kuna, J. liackett, C,
Murasky, Miss A. L. Stephenson, A. do
Rego, J. H. AVilson, W. W. Taylor and
wife. S. Toplltz, D. II. Case, W. E. Ro
well, Capjtaln Bray, C. A. McDonald,
F. Burt, Miss Minnie Bailey, Miss L.
Ayau, Miss L. Ickeu, 'Miss Irene Crook.
Per stmr. W. G. Hall, June IS, from
Knunl ports: MIbh A. Thomas, Miss
E. Kaipu, Miss K. Christian, J. Kaiu
and wife, A. Otremba. H. Glade. II .
Senke, W. Turnbull, H. M. Alexander,
Mrs. J. Arndt, J. M. Cox and wife, J.
Cos, N. Grelg, Mrs. J. L. Ilyorth, Ah
Chuck ,Ah Sin, A. de S. Canavarro,
and 54 deck.
Are 13oinj2: For Otlxei-s,
TTlxesr Will Xo For You
Time - Money - Patience
If you can save a little of each of these, to sav nothinrr of comfort
ami convenience, by using a NEW PROCESS GAS RANGE, isn't
it worth your while?
WHEN YOU ARE READY
the gas range is ready; as much heat or as little as you like, no more
no less and for as lonp a time as required. If a liot fire is desired on
top and a slow fire in the oven, you may have both sorts, simultaneous
ly. You do not BURN FUEL BEFORE AND AFTER, consequent
ly there is no expense incurred except during the actual operation of
DAILY DEMONSTRATION. . ?.e?:
W. W. DIMOHD & CO..
Pioneer Gas Range HtotLse
53, 55, 57 King Street, - - Honolulu, Hawaii
As a result there Is over J600 back pen
sion due Bush, and he is to get $S per
month hereafter. Bush was in the navy
during the civil war, and made an ap
plication fjr a pension on account of
disab llty beginning In December, 1892
There was a lot of trouble over the ap
plication, but it has now been straight
ened out and Bush will receive all -the
back payments which have been miss
THET HAVE NO EQUAL,
Don't take a remedy "just as good,"
when you can get the real article. The
fact is, there Is no remedy that Is any
where as reliable and safe for the cure
of pain of all kinds as Dr. Miles' Anti
Pain Pills. They are quick In action,
contain no Injurious drugs, are perfect
ly harmless, and leave no disagreeable
after-effects. 25 doses, 25c. Never sold
For the midnight lunch. A sandwich
just right, not too thick and not too
thin, and a sparkling glass of Rainier
Beer. Its a delight you can't afford to
Want ads in the Star trlng quick re
turns. Three lines three times for 25
TherDust of Summer
makes one thirsty and during the hot months cooling drinks
are appreciated by old and young. The last steamer brought
us a new and choice assortment of seasonable beverages all of
which arc guaranteed to relieve thirst artel promote health. The
selection includes: RASPBERRY SYRUP, RASPBERRY
VINEGAR, GRENADINE, GRAPE JUICE, SWEET
CIDER, PINE APPLE LEMONADE, LIME FRUIT
JUICE, LIME FRUIT CORDIAL, UNFERMENTED
CATAWBA, WHITE ROCK GINGER ALE, WHITE
ROCK LITHIA WATER-
(Don't forget to order California Rose Creamery Butter).
Retail, Main 22. Telephones Wholesale, Main 92.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
Retail Main 22 TELEPHONES Wholesale Main 92.
The uniform success of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
la- the relief and cure of bowel com
plaints both in children and adults has
brought it Into almost universal use,
so that It Is practically without a rival,
and ns everyone who has used it knows,
is without an equal. Sold by all deal
ers. Benson Smith & Co., agents for
It. W, Breckons, as attorney for
James W. Bush of Kealla, Kauai, re
ceived a letter from Washington Sat
urday announcing that Bush's applica
tion for a pension, which os been pend.
lng for twelve years, has been granted.
Purity, Wholesomeness and Flavor
are the principal requirements of a
successful beverage the United States
Government leport vouches for the flrs
two ana tne verdict of tho consumer
for tho last In Rainier Beer.
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Fin Job Printing Star Office.
PA VllAlOH IN INSANE ASyJ. UM
PARIS, May 24. Two doctors who were appointed a court to examine into the mental condition of
Princess Louise handed in their report today, the conclusions of which arc clearly favorable to the