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THfej HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1005. J Oceanic Steamship Company. SHIPPING lilil (For addltlonui and later shipping see pages 4, C or 8.) m RANGES raw 1 I V The fine Passenger Steamers of this M hereunder: FROM SAN FIIANCISCO. ALAMEDA JULY 14 BIEIUIA JULY 26 ALAMEDA AUGUST 4 SONOMA AUQUST 16 ALAMEDA AUGUST 25 JTHNTUHA S 'PTEMBEA 6 ALAMEDA SE.PTEMBER 15 HIERRA SEPTEMBER 27 ALAMEDA OCTOBER 6 line will arrive at and leave this port u .. .. . FOR SAN ALAMEDA SONOMA ALAMEDA VENTURA ALAMEDA SIERRA ALAMEDA FRANCISCO. JULY 19 JULY 25 AUGUST 9 AUGUST 15 AUGUST SO SEPTEMBER 5 , SEPTEMBER 20 Xcol Bot-t (a connection with t" s.llng of the above steamers, the Agent- srt pre Kfrs4 to issue to lntendlns passengers coupon hrou.Th tickets by any railroad Ban Fra-clsco tc all points In the Uu.t? States, and from New York by Sthlp line to all European Forts. Tor further particulars apply W. G. Irwin (LIj. ITED) aoneral Agete 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. B. W., and calling at Vlctc a, B .C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. Duo at Honolulu on or about tho dates below stated, tJz: FOR MANUKA 'AORANGI.... MIOWERA.... MANUKA 'AORANGI MIOWERA MO ANA USTRALIA. ...JUNE 3 ...JULY 1 ...JULY 29 ...AUG. 26 ...SEPT. 23 OCT 21 ....NOV. 18 FOR VANCOUVER. AORANGI.., MIOWERA., MANUKA... AORANGI.., MIOWERA., MOANA .... MIOWERA.. MAY 31 JUNE 23 JULY 26 AUG. 23 SEPT. 20 OCT 18 DEC. 13 CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. THEO. H. PAYEES & 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. "OREGONIAN" JULY.lSth S. S. "AMERICAN" AUGUST Sth FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU DIRECT. S. S. "NiVADAN" JULY 13th S. S. "TEXAN" JULY 14th S. S. "NEBRASKAN" AUGUST 3rd FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. 5. S. "NEVADAN" JULY 23rd 6. S. "NEBRASKAN" AUGUST 13tn FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU. S. S. "NEBRASKAN" JULY 2Sth S. S. "NEVADAN" AUGUST ISth st. Ilexolrfelcl iSs Co., C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Agents. Pacific Mail Steamship Co, Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. Bteamers of the above Companies 9rt 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 190G. KOREA JAN. 0 will call at Honolulu and leave this tloned: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. COPTIC JUEY 14 SIBERIA JULY 28 MONGOLIA AUG. 8 CHINA AUG. IS 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 NOV. 2S KOREA DEC. 12 COPTIC DEC. 22 1900. SIBERIA JAN. 5 J"or general information apply to TIDES, SUN AND MOON. Last Quartet of tho Moon July 24th. m K aJ,W V V to tn : f 3: n: S fs sr s. Ma : : i : : July p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Rises 17 4.30 1.9 4.08 9.30 11.33 5.27 C.44 7.39 18 5.01 1.8 4.51 10.10 5.28 G.44 8.33 a.m. 19 5.35 1.6 5.40 0.02 10.48 5.28 C.44 9.12 20 COS 1.5 C.31 0.35 11.29 6.28 6.44 9.52 p.m. 21 6.45 1.3 7.21 1.09 12.20 5.29 6.43 10.2G 22 7.25 1.1 8.01 1.45 1.25 5.29 6.43 10.53 a.m. p.m. 23 9.09 1.0 S.02 2.19 2.51 5.30 6.43 11.41 24 10.20 1.1 8.53 2.39 4.40 5.30 6.42 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 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 are for local time for the whole group. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL TURE, WEATHER BUREAU. The following data, covering a period ' of 30 years, have been complied from tho Weather Bureau and McKibbln records at Honolulu, T. H. Thty are Issued to sho the conditions that have provail , during tho month In ques tion, for tho above period of years, but must not be construed as a forecast of tho weather conditions for the com ing month. Month July, for 30 Years. TEMPERATURE (1890-1904.) Mean or normal temperature, 78 deg. The warmest month was that of I 1900, with an average of 79 deg. The coldest n onth was that of 1S94, with an average of 76 deg. The highest temperaturo was 88 deg. on July 28, 1900. The lowest temperature was 63 deg. on July 1, 1899. PRECIPITATION (rain) (1877-1894.) Average for the month, 1.48 inches. Average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 14. The greatest monthly precipitation was 6.03 inches In 1880. The least monthly precipitation was 0.34 inches in 1SS2. Tho greatest amount of precipitation recorded In any 24 consecutive houis was 3.17 Inches on July 12 1SS0. CLOUDS AND WEATHER (1S90-1901.) Average number of clear days, 13: partly cloudy days, 17; cloudy days, 1. WIND (1875-1904.) Tho prevailing winds have been from the northeast. Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of Issue: June 29, 1905. ALEX. McK. ASHLEY, Section Director. Aire toij For Others, ODlxey Will Io For You Time- Money - Patience 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? s 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 oi cooking. ? .?. -: .(. :. -0',: V.9. a .. V ; .o SEE DISPLAY. Miji9n i y ' KyBKBfc Bw-8MlifcL VflB E I I K EufuBf gMijyBMr An EPiK-r uBHH r 9M)w9HR7 j:d. DAILY &&...;.&' :o.-:ri?- .;....? No Dirt, No Smoke, No Trouble 9 Kool Kitchen, Little Expense, Happy Home .. . ::.v. ?: ':v.f. ? . s J V 8 ... : .. re: ?? DEMONSTRATION ?" . ws:& :.?.. ! .?: ?::?;a4.4! : v :? .;;..7v.-; .'.v. .-.-. .:.. v.-.-.;.;.; J" ARRIVING. Sunday, July 16. Am. bark Georgo Curtis, Calhoun, 9 days from San Francisco at 8 a. m. Stmr. W. G. Hall, Plltz, from Kauai ports at 0:40 a. in. with 0,000 bags sugar. IP'xozmi'QiX' . Mange 1EI otse 53, 55, 57 King Street, - - Honolulu, Hawaii DEPARTING. Saturday, July 15. Am. ship Charmer, J. Slater, for San Francisco at 4 . m. S. S. Enterprise, Youngren, for San Francisco via Hllo at 5:30 p. m. Sunday, July 16. Br. S. S. Stanley, Dollar, Bruce, for Victoria at 1:30 n. m. Monday, July 17. Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, for Kukul haele and Honokaa ot 5 p. m. Stmr. Kenuhou, Tullett, for Kauai ports at 5 p. m. Stmr. Helene, Nelson, for Hamakua ports at 5 p. m. Tuesday, July 18. Stmr. Llkelike, Naopaln, for Lanal, Maul and Molokal ports at noon. Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, for Hllo and way riorts at noon. Stmr. Kinau .Freeman, for Hllo and way ports at noon. Stmr. AV. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for Kauai ports at 5 p. m. Wednesday July 19. S. S. AIninela, Dowdell, for San Fran cisco at 10 a. m. H Hackfeld & Co. 'j -- . 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 PHOSPHO HEALTH FOODS which represent the meat of wheat devoid of foreign and deleterious substances. Ask for PHOSPHO DIABETIC AND DYSPEPTIC FOOD, PHOSPHO RINA, PHOSPHO IMPROVED NUT BROWN MEAL. The use of the above will improve your health and enable you to wage the battle of life to better effect. Henry May & Co., Ltd., BOSTON BLOCK Retail Main 22 TELEPHONES Wholesale Main 92. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per stmr. W. G. Hal), July 16, from Kauai ports J. A. Bunnlngham, C. H. Brown, Miss A. E. Judd, Mrs. C. Christ, W. A. Dickson, A. Crook, Rev. S. Hyen, Dr. Huddy, Mrs. K. Kane lilwn, Miss C. A. Mumford, G. J. Rich ardson, Mrs. S. Dlas, Miss C. Lucas, H. Fisher, S. Lesser, G. T. Brown, Rev. T. Okumura, B. Clark and 40 deck. Booked to Arrive. Per S. S. Sierra, July 2C, from San Francisco Mrs. It, Wenson, A. II. Jackson and wife, Mr. McKelvey and wife. Misses McKelvey, Dr. M. E. Grossman, A. Berg, Mrs. Scott, J. P. McKenna and wife, Miss Pickering, Mrs. M. Butls, Miss Alexander, Miss Russell. AV. II. Ballev. Miss Snsannt. W. T. Pickering, R. L. Wilcox and wire, Misses Wilcox, Mrs. Bergstrom, Miss M. I. Lucas, Miss A. G. Blair. Departing. Per S. S. Alameda, July 19, for San Francisco P. II. Yoon, J. M. Temple ton, J, P. Mendonca, Mr. and Mrs. W. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin, Dr. nnd Mrs. McConnell, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rice, J. A. Bibb, J. R. Harry, It. When you feel that nq.ini niiont nf Spring fever omlnc on, don't punish yourself A'lth linnlpunnl iilln- Just order a tse of Fvalnler Beer and be comfortab.e. S. Dollar nnd friend, M. Wheeler, J. E. Alexander, Judge Genr, W .A. Bowen and wife, Miss L. Peterson, Mrs. E. K. Upham, Master Bowen, Miss C. L. Turner, Helene Kobson, Miss Newman H. H. Scovelle, F. A. Richmond, T. Prince, Mrs. M. C. Carty and child, Miss Cooper, Mrs. Blackman and daughter, Mrs. E. C. Swartout, Aubrey Robinson, Miss M. Irwin, Miss K. Cook, J. C. Cohen and wife, Mrs. Pferdner. HILO. Departing, July 12. Am. schr. E. R. West, for Port Townsend. Arriving, July 12. Am. ship Falls of Clyde, Matson, 13 days from San Francisco. 1U MPROVEMENT ASSOCIATIGN I III COUNTY (WAKES ft START MEETING HELD LAST THURSDAY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HOLD FOR THE DISCUSSION OF MANY MATTERS. KAHULUI. Departing, July 14. S. S. Ncbraskan Weedon, for San Francisco. CONCERT The Hawaiian band will play at Em ma Square at 7:30 o'clock this even ing. The program follows: PARTI. March "Jack Tar" Sousa Overture "Junnltn" Suppe Ballad "In tho Valley" Rosey Selection "Lucrecla Borgia". Donizetti PART II. Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. ar. by Berger Mrs. N. Alapal. Selection "Tho Serenade" ....Herbert Intermezzo "Moonlight" Moret Waltz "The Merry War" Struss "Star Spangled Banner. CELEBRATED BASTILE DAY. Tho Fourteenth of July, famous In French history for the fall of the Bastlle, was duly celebrated In Hono lulu by a dinner ot the Moana hotel In which a number of French genele men joined. Tho dinner was charac teristically French and a most enjoy able evening was spent. Toasts were drunk to the health of tho presidents of France and of the United States. WAILUKU, July 14. The regular meeting of the Improvement Associa tion of Walluku District was held on last Thursday evening. In the ab sence of President Case, H. M. Coke of the executive committee presided. After the formal reading of minutes and communications, the resignation of S. B. Harry was read and accepted. The chair had been authorized to an nounce that Kepolkal's resignation would be withdrawn, should the resig nation of Harry be accepted, which was accordingly done. Judge Kepolkal objected to the other member, and hence kept away from the meetings of the Association. The executive com mittee Is to take up the matter of the names of the different streets In Wal luku. The Association will also take up with the supervisors of Maui' County, the question of sidewalks for the town. Objectionable advertising and bill post ers on eveiy fence as well ns signs on the rojfs of houses w-ame In for a share of discussion. The Association will now have to deal more with the Board of Supervis ors than with the heads of depart ments -at Honolulu, and it Is expected much better results will accrue. MEETING AND ACTS ON A NUM BER OF APPOINTMENTS. WAILUKU, July 14. The Board , Supervisors for this County, met on last Monuay morning. The principal business transacted was the appropri ation of sundry amounts to carry the gover-ment of this Island through to December 31, 1905. The aggregate sum for the next six months amounts to over $20,000. The matter of- the appoint ment of AV. F. Crockett as Deputy County Attorney, and Mrs. Way as stenographer to the attorney, the per sonel of the police department Is about the same. William Keanu, who was once charged by the grand jury of im proper conduct In gambling cases, and recommended to be removed, was not reappointed as lieutenant of police. The salary of the road overseer of Wal luku was reduced, while the overseer at Lahalna got an Increase of salary. The different county olllcers have al ready commenced vork, but as yet there is hardly anything to do but to open tho accounts. Territorial Audi tor J. H. Fisher has been on Maul ini tiating the new oflk-rals as to the man ner of running county government, as far as the books are concerned. ST. VIS US' DANCE, yields quite readily to the soothing nnd strengthening Influence of Dr. Miles' Nervine, because It is a purely nervous affection. Even the cronlc form, while often stubborn, is eventually cured by its persistent use. Sold by druggists on a guarantee that first bottle will benefit or money refunded. Want ads In The Star bring quick re sults. Three lines three times for 25 cents. TTnlf thr nlnfiRiirr In illnlncr In In pnn- ccnlal comnanv order Rainier Beer I and your Joy will be complete. Want ads in The Star bring quick re sults. Three lines three times for 25 cents. -tar Want ads pay at once. THE NEBRASKAN. WAILUKU, July 14. The S. S. Ne braskan which arrived at Kahulul on last Saturday morning, has kept the stevedores at that port busy until last night, when sho sailed for San Francisco with a full load ot sugar, tho bulk cf which cargo was taken on at this port. Her entire Inward cargo was discharged during the early part of the week. Sho takes about the last lot of this year's sugar crop on Maul. 5 CONTRACTED CHRONIC DIARR HOEA WHILE IN PHILIPPINES. "While with the U. S. Army in the Philippines, I contracted chronic diarr hoea. I suffered severely from this terrible disease for over three years and tried the prescriptions of numer ous physicians, but found nothing th.it did me any good until I tried Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, two small bottles of which entirely cured me nnd I have since had.no return of the disease." Her man Stein, 212 N. Union Ave., Pueblo, Colorado, U. S. A. For sale by all deal ers. Benson Smith l& Co., agents for Hawaii. MANUKA AHEAD OF TIME. Messrs. Hheo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd., tho local ngents of tho Canadian-Australian Royal Mall S. S. lino received cable advices from Suva, FIJI, that the S. S. Manuka Is expected to arrive here on Monday, the 24th Inst., two days ahead of time. Fine Job Printing, Star Office. This is what the Unltpfl sn tj-i.v. - . a.HH Bulletin meant when they recommend ed Rainier Be for purity and whole-someness. The -Atchison, Topeka AND -Santa Fe Railway System For Rates of freight for East or West bound merchandise apply to THEO J, OAVIESl CO, LTD Freight Agents for tho Territory of Hawaii. --. Fine Job Printing, Star Office.