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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company. TIME) TABIvB Tho fine Passenger Steamers of this M hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. AXIAMBDA JULY 14 BIBRRA JULY 26 ALAMEDA AUGUST 4 BONOMA AUGUST 16 ALAMEDA AUGUST 25 tVTQNTU'HA ....S PTEMBEA 6 ALAMEDA SE.PTEMBER 15 BUBRRA SEPTEMBER 27 ALAMEDA OCTOBER 0 line will arrive at and leave this port nan LBICJ k.11 FOR SAN ALAMEDA SONOMA ALAMEDA VENTURA ALAMEDA SIERRA ALAMEDA FRANCISCO. JULY 19 JULY 25 AUGUST 9 AUGUST 15 AUGUST 30 SEPTEMBER 6 SEPTEMBER 20 y ttKCd Bc4.t Ka connection with t" sj.llng of the above steamers, the Agenta are pre ggSd to loaue to Intending passengers coupon hrou.-:h tloketa by any railroad tm San Fra-clsco to all points In the Un.tu.-e States, and from New York by fttttuashtp line to all European Ports. Tor further particulars apply j W. a. Irwin & C (LL..ITED) General JLgente Oceanic S. S. Company. Canadian -Australian Royal Mail STEAMSHIP COMPANY Fteamers 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 Vlctc a, B .C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. Duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, viz: FOR MANUKA IAORANGI.... MIOWERA.... MANUKA IAORANGI MIOWERA MOANA USTRALIA. JUNE 3 JULY 1 JULY 29 AUG. 26 SEPT. 23 OCT 21 NOV. 18 a EC FOR VANCOUVER. AORANGI MAY 31 MIOWERA JUNE 28 MANUKA JULY 26 AORANGI AUG. 23 MIOWERA SEPT. 20 MOANA OCT 18 MIOWERA DEC. 13 CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. S. S. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. s. e. s. e. s. s. s. FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU. "OR'EGONIAN" JULY IStli "AMERICAN" AUGUST Sth FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU DIRECT. "NiSVADAN" r JULY 13th "TEXAN" JULY flth "NEBRASKAN" AUGUST 3rd FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. "NEVADAN" JULY 23rd "NEBRASKAN" AUGUST 13tn FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU. "NEBRASKAN" JULY 28th "NEVADAN" AUGUST ISth H. HoLClrfolcl Ss Co., C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Agents. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S, Co. Steamers of the above Companies ptrt on or about the dates below men FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. MANCHURIA JULY 15 KOREA JULY 29 COPTIC AUG. 9 SIBERIA AUG. 23 MONGOLIA SEPT. 2 CHINA SEPT. 13 DORIC SEPT. 27 MANCHURIA OCT. 4 KOREA OCT. 19 COPTIC OCT. 28 SIBERIA NOV. 11 MONGOLIA NOV. 22 CHINA DEC. 2 DORIC DEC. 16 MANCHURIA DEC. 23 1906. KOREA JAN. C will call at Honrlulu and leave this tloned: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. COPTIC JULY 14 SIBERIA JULY 28 MONGOLIA AUG. 8 CHINA AUG. 18 DORIC SEPT. 1 MANCHURIA SEPT. 8 KOREA SEPT. 27 COPTIC OCT. 3 SIBERIA OCT. 17 MONGOLIA OCT. 27 CHINA NOV 7 DORIC NOV.' 21 MANCHURIA 1..NOV. 28 KOREA DEC. 12 COPTIC . DEC. 22 1906. SIBERIA JAN. 0 Tot general Information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co Phospho Health Foods contain all the virtue of grain without digestive strain. The preparations are starchless which means a vast saving of mus cular and nervous force. Error in diet is the predisposing cause of disease. You are feeding wisely and well when you use PIIOSPIIO HEALTH FOODS which represent the meat of wheat devoid of foreign and deleterious substances. Ask for PHOSPHO DIABETIC AND DYSPEPTIC FOOD, PIIOSPIIO RINA, PHOSPHO IMPROVED NUT BROWN MEAL. The use of the above will improve your health and enable you io wage the battle of life to better effect. Henry May & Co., Ltd., BOSTON BLOCK Retail Main 22 TELEPHONES Wholesale Main 92. llilit (For additional and later shipping see pages 4, 5 or 8.) TIDES. SUN AND Full Moon July 16th at (p.p. MOON. 5 a, in. tn a a to c 3 s 2 s? K p o p. B tfl W 8 a.m. ft. p.m. 10 11.05 1.3 10.32 p.m. 11 12.10 1.5 11.45 12 1.05 1.7 a.m. 13 1.52 1.9 0.50 14 2.35 2.0 15 3.10 2.0 a.m. p.m 3.C5 5.10 1.47 2.36 4.48 5.39 G.30 7.18 7.07 8.13 9.06 9.51 8.01 10.32 5.24 5.25 5.26 5.26 5.26 5.26 6.45 6.45 6.45 1.11 1.59 2.4S 3.41 4.37 Rises 16 3.55 2.0 3.22 8.46 11.05 5.27 6.45 17 4.30 1.9 4.0S 9.30 11.35 5.27 6.44 7.39 Times of the tide are taken from the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta bles. Tho tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu, Hawaiian sta dard time Is 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green wlch 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 AGRICUL TURE, WEATHER BUREAU. Tho following data, covering a period of 30 years, have been compiled from the Weather Bureau and McKlbbln records at Honolulu, T. H. They are Issued to sho the conditions' that havo prevail ., during tho month in ques tlon, for tho above period of years, but must not be construed as a forecast of tho weather conditions for tho com ing month. Month July, for 30 Years. TEMPERATURE (1890-1904.) Mean or normal temperature, 78 deg. Tho warmest month was that of 1900, with an averago of 79 deg. Tho coldest onth was that of 1894, with an average of 76 deg. The highest temperaturo was 88 deg. on July 28, 1900. The lowest temperaturo was 63 deg. on July 1, 1S99. PRECIPITATION rain) (1877-1894.) Average for tho month, 1.48 Inches. Averago number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 14. Tho greatest monthly precipitation was C.03 inches In 1880. Tho least monthly precipitation was 0. 34 inches in 1882. Tho greatest amount of precipitation recorded in any 21 consecutive hours was 3.17 inches on July 12 18S0. CLOUDS AND WEATHER (1SD0-1901.) Average number of clear days, 13; partly cloudy days, 17; cloudy days, 1. WIND (1S75-1901.) Tho prevailing winds have been from the northeast. Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of Issue: June 29, 1905. ALEX. McK. ASHLEY, Section Director.! ARRIVING. Friday, July 14. S. S. Alamcdn, Dowdell, from San Francisco arrived off port at 3.09 a m. S. S. Manchuria, Saunders, from San Francisco, arrived off port at 4:30 a. m. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per S. S. Alameda, July 14, from San Francisco for Honolulu F. E. Allen, J. S. Angus, C. T. Bird, Arthur Scott Browne, Mrs. Browne, F. Coker, I S. Dillingham, W. R. Douglas, Miss A. Dow, H. M. Dow, Miss H. J. Eames, C. Elschner, Miss A. Gault, N. Greig, Mrs. Grelg, Captain John Hnckett, C. L. Hall, Mrs. J C. Henderson, Master Gerald Hughes, Master Willie Hughes, H. C. Morton, H. O. Parsons, Miss W. A. Ragland, R. G. Roberts, G. Sandys and servant, Mrs. L. Sandys, J. C. Wheeler, Miss B. Williams, Miss G. Williams, John S Ross. Per S. S. Manchuria, July 14, from San Francisco for Honolulu N. W. Alull, R. A. Cooke, Mrs. G. H. Falrchild W. A. Greenwell, C. H. Hitchcock, G. B. McClellan, R. A. Perry and wife, Miss Helen Roush, Mrs. G. Watermann Ml3s O. A. Arnold, R. Daska three children and nurso, M. C. Harris, Mrs. F. J. House, J. McMullen, Miss E. L. Post, Mrs. C. J. Sellanger, Capt. John Bermingham, Mrs. A A Dudley, Mrs A H. Farrlngton, Mrs. M. C. Harris, Mrs. E. A. Hurtt, Mrs. M. A. Miner, Miss B. Remoek, R. W. Shingle, Robert C. Burrows, Miss A. Everett, Miss N. 1. Fox. J. R. Harry, Miss E. A. Lud wig, Mrs. H. G. Noonan, Miss M. Ro mick, Mrs. N. E. Strong, Alfred S. Castle, George II. Falrchild, Mrs. M. Goodwin, Mrs. A. M. Hnstings, Miss Hastings, G. H. Perkins, Miss Clara Roush, Edward Towse. WHAT I PR ESS GAS RANGES Are Doing; For Otlxex'S, Tliey Will Io For Yon Time -IVloney -Patience 6.46 0.26 YVV&VV;f'TCl?aT 6.45 .. i A LIEN CLAIMED. The City Mill Co., Ltd., has given notlco Of a Hon on certain nrnnprtv Iip. longing to Mary K. Dwyer, wife of H. r. Dwyer, being a piece of land con taining an area of 73.040 snnnrn fcot situate on the mauka sldo of King street in Kallhl. The claim Is against the land, buildings and Iinnrovenipnts for tho sum of $1058.29 i JOHN MAHUKA HAS RETURNED. John Mahuka has returned. TTo got hack yesterday from a trip to mo .Mormon settlement nt Laio. Ma. huka left the cares of a boatman for a few davs to crn tn Tnln tn onmo books and transact other business of a religious character. He is a nrominent member of the Reorganized nhlirpli nf Jeru3 Christ of Latter Day Saints. When your Thyslclan orders take a tonlo he expects you to select something pure and wholesome. The United States Governmen dorse the purity and wholesomeness of icasnier Beer. Want ads In The Star brlntr nil Ink va. suits. Three lines thre tlmi fw ?5 cents. If you can save a little of each of these, to say nothing of comfort and 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 long a time as required. If a hot 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 cooking. SEE DISPLAY. No Dirl, No Smoke, No Trouble 9 .? ':: Kool Kitchen, Little Expense, Happy Home DAILY DEMONSTRATION. "v ." oV ...'... t.t,"- v,,.'.,,,.Vtf: V.,.VI til?-'8 V..V?.i.i!?;o,Jv .: I. ... .0;. . . . .C:.. . i.e Pioneer Gas 3KiLXxg:e House 53, 55, 57 King Street, - - Honolulu, Hawaii AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN CONTRACT. NEW YORK, July 14. The American-Hawaiian Steamship Com pany has contracted with the Government to perform the Tehuantepec national transport business between the Atlantic and the Pacific until the isthmian road be completed, which is expected to be a year hence. .m-xx::-:-x::h:::-:-:x 1 Ttje f aft Party (Continued from page one.) ers will continue around the world after completing tho trip to the Philip pines. Charles Clark of Hartford, Conn. Is the publisher of 00 Courant and Ather ton Brownwell Is the publisher of tho New York Public Opinion. W. J. Johnson represents the American Ex porter ofNew York; Lafo Young is the publisher of the Des Moines, Capital. Hurr Mcintosh goes as the ofllcial pho tographer of tho party. Ho was n war correspondent and photographer dur ing the Spanish war and was formerly an actor. Professor Coolldgo is a professor of Harvard and is well known to the younger element of that university Mrs. T. H. Sherley is tho mother of Representative Sherley of Kentucky. General Bliss was former adminis trator of customs In Cuba after the American occupation of that county. He is going out to tho Philippines to tako command of a department. Colonel Edwards of the Insular Ser vice has charge and general direction of tho party. J. G. Schmldlapp is the personal friend of secretary Taft and accom panied him on his mission to Rome where the Secretary held a conference with his Holiness regarding tho Friar Lands in tho Philippines "and effected a setlement of that serious problem in tho affairs of tho Archipelago. Miss Charloto Schmldlapp accompanies her father and accompanying her Is Miss Mlgnon Crltten of Staten Island. James A. Leroy who is American consul at Durnnoro, Mexico Is going with the party for general Information. Ho was a class mate of Acting Gover nor Atkinson. The omelal list of the party which numbers 84 people as follows. In the caso of Congressmen and Senators tho principal committees of which they are members Is given. Secretnry of War William H. Taft. Miss Alice Roosevelt and maid I U. S. Senator F. T. Dubois and Mrs. Dubois of Idaho. U. S. Senator Murphy J. Foster, Louisiana, Coast Defences, Commorce, Inter-Stnto Commerce. Kansas, Philippines, Public Health and Quarantine. U. S. Senator Francis G. Newlands and Mrs. Newlands of Nevada, Terri tories, Inter-State Commerce, Irriga tion, Immigration and Judiciary. U. S. Senator Nathan B Scott and wife of West Virginia, Public Build ings and Grounds, Post Omce and Mili tary Affairs. U. S. Senator Francis E. Warren of Wyoming, Public Buildings and Grounds and Military Affairs. Representative Henry A. Cooper, Wisconsin, Insular Affairs. Representative Charles Curtis, Kan sas, Indian Affairs, Ways and Means. Representative and Mrs. David A. Do Armond, Missouri, Judiciary and Rules. Representative and Mrs. Michael E. Drls'coll, New York, Elections No. 3 Pacific Rys Representative Georgo E. Foss, Illi nois, Chairman Nnval Affairs. Ropresentativo and Mrs. Charles H. Grosvenor, Ohio, Merchant Marino & Fisheries, Ways and Means. Representative and Mrs. E. T. Hill, Connecticut, Ways and Means. Representative W. Howard, Georgia, Foreign Affairs. Representative Nicholas Longworth, Ohio, Foreign Affairs. Representative and Mrs. George A. Loud, Michigan. Naval Affairs. Representative Theobald Otjen, Wis consin, Foreign Affairs, Pacific Rail ways. Representative and Mrs. Sereno E. Payne, New York, Chairman Ways and Means. Representative Swagar Sherley, Ken tucky, Revision of Laws. Representative nnd Mrs. Georgo W. Smith, Illinois, Insular Affairs, Mili tia. Representative John I. Gilbert, In diana. Representative W. A. Jones and Mrs. Jones, Virginia, Representative nnd Mjs. Herbert Parsons, New York. Representative F. H. Glllett, Massa chusetts. Representative W. B. McKinley, Illi nois. Representative Charles F. Scott, Kansas Representative A. C. Wiley, Alabama. Mrs. J. Ellen Foster, of Washington. Miss Mabol Boardman and maid, Miss Amy McMillan and mnid, Col. Charles R. Edwards, chief of Insular surgeon attached to party; Captain J. K. Thompson of the general staff, aide-de-camp to Secretary Taft; Captain W. Kelley, Jr., associate professor of languages at West Point, aide-de-camp to Secretary Taft; Brigadier General T. H. Bliss, U. S. A.; James A. Leroy, American Consul at Durango, Mexico; Frank W. Carpenter private secretary to Secretary fo Wan Taft; W. R. PeHlgo private secretary to Colonel Edwards; Lafo Young publisher and editor of the Des Moines, Iowa, Capital; J. G. Schmidlaff, friend of Secretary Taft:, Miss Charlotte Schmidlaff; Miss Mlgnon Crltten of New York, friend of Miss Schmidlaff; Sturtevant Fish, Jr., New York; Ernest B. Stlllman, New York; Allen G. HoyUNow York; William S. Regburn, Washington; Rogers K. Wet more, son of Senator Wetmore, New port Rhode Island; Harry F. Woods, Ohio; Fred E. Warrenson of Senator Warren, Wyoming; Charles Clark pub lisher Hartfort Courant; Miss Clark; Burr Mcintosh official photographer; Atherton Brownell, publisher Public Opinion, New York; W. J. Johnson, publisher American Exporter, New York; Col. James D. Hill, Louisiana; Thomas Carey, New York; Mrs. Sherley Louisville, Kentucky; Clough Ander son, Ohio; Professor Coolidge, L. Chapln, D. E. McKinley and R. B. Hobart. In addition to the party that left San Francisco by tho Manchuria tho ranks will be increased by Represen tative W. P. Hepburn and Mrs. Hep burn of Iowa who will joint at Hono lulu. Representative Bourke Cochran of Now York will join tho party at Na gasaki as he went around by way of tho Suez Canal. PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS. You cannot have business and your suffering at the same nine. iour nusiness or pleasure may claim all your thoughts If you take Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills, which almost in Btantly relieve every form of pain and misery in head or stomach. One penny a dose. One dose usually cures. a doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk, U. S. Senator Chester A. Long of Bureau; Major Guy L. Edle, U. S. A., For the mldnlnht lunch. A anndmioh Just right, not too thick and not too thin, and a sparkling glass of Rainier ueer. its a aengnt you can't afford to miss. x&a33 Fine Job Printing Star Office. The Atchison, Topeka Fe AND For Rates of freight for East or West bound merchandise apply to THEO J, DtfiESl CO, LTO Freight Agents for tho Territory of Hawaii.