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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ih 1905.
V : f. Tho flno Pasenger Steamers of this os hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA ..; SEPTEMBER 15 SIERRA SEPTEMBER 27 ALAMEDA OCTOBER 6 SONOMA OCTOBER IS ALAMEDA OCTOBER 27 VENTURA NOVEMBER 8 ALAMEDA NOVEMBER 17 SIERRA NOVEMBER 29 ALAMEDA DECEMBER 8 SONOMA DECEMBER 20 ALAMEDA DECEMBER 29 Local Boat. In connection with the sailing of tho nhovo steamers, tho Agents aro pre pared to Issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rail road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New York by steamship line to all Europea n Ports. For further particulars apply to w Irwin (LL General Ageo Oceanic S. S. Company, Canadian STEAMSHIP rteamers of the above line, running In connection with PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, R. W and calling at Vlctc a, B .C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. Duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, viz: FOR USTRALIA. MANUKA AUG. 26 AORANGI SEPT. 23 MIOWERA OCT 21 MO AN A NOV. 18 CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. TBEO. 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. "ALASKAN" To sail October 3rd, 1905 S S. "TEXAN" To sail November ... FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU DIRECT. S. S. "NEVADAN" To sail October 7th, 1905 S. S. "NEBRASKAN" To sail October 26th, 1905 FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. "NEBRASKAN" To sail September 26th, 1905 S. S. "NEVADAN" To sail October 17th, 1905 FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA VIA SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. "NEBRASKAN" To sail October 15th, 1905 S. S. "NEVADAN" To sail November 5th, 1905 hi. IltiolrfeJcl S? Co., C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Agents. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S Co Btearpers of the above Companies ort on or about the dates below men FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. SIBERIA AUG. -'3 MONGOLIA SEPT. 2 CHINA SEPT. 13 DORIC SEPT. 27 MANCHURIA OCT. i KOREA OCT. 19 COPTIC OCT. 28 SIBERIA NOV. 11 MONGOLIA NOV. 22 CHINA DEC. 2 DORIC DEC. 16 MANCHURIA DEC. 23 1906. KOREA JAN. 6 Vot general Intimation apply to H. Hackfeld & Co Choice Fresh CANDIES We received a choice lot of fresh candies by the S. S. Ala meda, including: GRUENHAGEN'S Chocolate Creams, French Mixed, Pep permint Chocolate Wafers, Marshmallows. CAILLER'S Genuine Swiss Milk Chocolates. LOWNEY'S Chocolate Peppermints, Chocolate Ice Cream Drops, Assorted Cream Cakes, Vanilla Sweet Chocolate. CRYSTALLIZED Canton Ginger (in tins). MACKINTOSH'S Delicious Old English Toffee. Henry May BOSTON RETAIL 22 TELEPHONES WHOLESALE 92. Steamship Company. lino will arrlvo at and leave this port FOR SAN FRANCISCO. SIERRA SEPTEMBER 5 ALAMEDA SEPTEMBER 20 SONOMA SEPTEMBER 2G ALAMEDA OCTOBER 11 VENTURA OCTOBER 17 ALAMEDA NOVEMBER 1 SIERRA NOVEMBER 7 ALAMEDA NOVEMBER 22 SONOMA NOVEMBER 28 ALAMEDA DECEMBER 13 VENTURA DECEMBER 19 1TED) CANADIAN and Sydney, N. FOR VANCOUVER. AORANGI AUG. 23 MIOWERA SEPT. 20 MOANA OCT 18 MIOWERA DEC. 13 will call at Honrlulu and leavp th-a tloned: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 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. 28 KOREA DEC. 12 COPTIC f DEC. 22 1906. SIBERIA JAN. E & Co., Ltd., BLOCK dralian Royal Mail an Nil (For additional and later shipping see pages 4, 6 or 8.) TIDES. SUN AND MOON. Last Quarter of tho Moon Sept. 21st. h n j! m Vi r CO c B tn ST p o 0 s p. a n 55" a.m. ft. p. m. p.m. 18 6.22 1.3 C.12 12.3G 5.48 Rises 6.00 9.29 a.m. 19 7.10 1.4 7.00 0.18 1.43 C.48 5.69 10.11 20 8.10 1.4 8.03 1.00 3.05 5.48 5.58 10.57 21 9.20 1.4 9.50 1.52 4.40 5.48 6.57 11.43 22 10.30 1.4 11.25 3.03 5.65 5.49 5.6G p.m. a.m. 23 11.35 1.5 C.45 4.30 5.49 5.55 p.m. a.m. 0.37 1.33 2.30 24 12.30 1.5 0.27 7.27 25 1.18 1.6 1.20 8.00 5.45 C.45 5.49 5.49 5.54 5.53 Times of the tide ro taken from thu U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta bles. The tides at Kahulul and llllo 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. METEOROLOGY OF SEPTEMBER. Tho following data, covering a period of 29 years, have been compiled from the weather bureau and McKlbbln records at Honolulu, T. H. They aro Issued to show the conditions that havo prevailed, during tho month In question, for the above period of years but must not bo construed as a fore cast of tho weather conditions for the coming month. Month September for 29 years. TEMPERATURE, (1890-1901.) Mean or normal temperature, 78. The warmest month was that of 1891 with an averago of SO". The coldest month was that of 1895, with an averago of 77. The highest temperature was 88 on Soptomber 9 and 1G, 1890; September 29, 1891; September 14, 1S92; September 10, 1S98; September 12, 1900. Tho lowest temperature was G5 on September 15. 1890. PRECIPITATION ((ralnj (1S77-1S94 and 1904.) Averago for tho month, 1.24 Inches. Averago number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 14. Tho greatest monthly precipitation was 2.95 Inches In 18S&. Tho least "monthly precipitation was 0.3G inches In 1SS3. Tho greatest amount of precipitation recorded In any 24 consecutive hours was 1.27 Inches, on September 8, 1888. CLOUDS AND WEATHER. (1890-1904.) Average number' of clear days, 13; partly cloudy days, 15; cloudy days, 2. WND. The prevailing winds havo been from the northeast. - The nverago hourly velocity of the wind during September 1901 was 6.5 miles an hour. The highest velocity of tho wind during September, 1904, was 20 miles from the northeast on tho 2nd. Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of Issue: August 30. 1905. ALEX. McC. ASHLEY, Section Director, Weather Bureau". ARRIVING. Wdnesday, September 20. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from Koolau ports at S p. m. Frdlay, September 22. Stmr. Mnuna Loa, SImerson .from Hawaii and Maul ports due In morn- DEPARTING. Thursday, Soptomber 21. Stmr. Kauai, Pederson, for Hawaii ports at 5 p. m. PASSENGERS. Departing. Per S. S. MIowera, September 20, for Victoria and Vancouver Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivors, Miss Bale, Miss New comb, Mrs. Gibson, Miss Gibson, Mrs. Benson and 2 children, Mrs. Sellander, M, C. Birch. E. Rhodes, Mr. Rem-i schel. t REALTY TRANSFERS t Entered for Record Soptomber 20, 1005 From 9 a. in. to 4 p. m. William C AchI and wf by mtgeo to A. Lewis Jr F A William C Achi by mtBoo to A Lewis Jr D William C Achi and wf to W W Chamberlain D W .C. Achi by Tr et nl to A Lewis Jr' D D Kawannnakoa und ass atty and wf to A Lewis Jr '. D Bishop & Co to Wm W Brunei- R William W Harris to Henry Water- houso Tr Co Ltd A M The malt and ing of PRIMO LAGER and WURZ BURGER BEER are obtained from the cream of the hop and barley crops. GrOlXX of Jewel Features I IS 3VI A. IV "V Quality Is tho very ' highest and Is uniform. Workmanship Is always tho best. - A. Jewel Our catalogues and W. W. DinOND Chang Kwal to Chang Him B S Minnie H Oilman and hsb to Frank Howard D Recorded September 11, 1905. Henry T Watcrhousc Tr Co Ltd Tr to John Guild, D; 9375 sq ft land, Col lege St, Honolulu, Oahu. $2600. B 270, p 288. Dated Sept 6, 1905. Jno Guild and wf to Western & Ha waiian Invstmt Co Ltd M; 9375 sq ft land, College St, Honolulu, Oahu. $1500 B 276, p 12. Dated Sept 9, 1905. J Watt and wf to A G Curtis, D; lot lpnrt 1 of Patent 4460 Olaa, Puna, Hawaii. $3964.50. B 277, p 4. Dated Sept. 1, 1905. L H Deo and wf to Mary Sexton, D; iut in pc 'land. Young St, Honolulu, CmIiu. $1. B 270, p 290. Dated Aug 23, 1905. Mary Sexton to Jackson R Myers, M; oast half lot 13 of up A R P 78, Young St, Honolulu, Oahu. $3500. B 271, p 247. Dated Aug 18, 1905. A J Campbell to Tarn Pong, Agrml; In re purchase of and payment for bananas for export, Waiklki, Honolu lu ,Oahu. $1. B 274 p 249. Dated Sept. 9, 1905. Tarn Pong to A J Campbell,, C M; leasehold, crops R W etc, Walkikl, Honolulu, Oahu. $1500 and advs to $500 B 271, p 250. Dated Sept 9, 1905. Chu Kock to Chung Mol, B S; lease hold, mdso, furnituro and fixtures Ai ea. Ewa, Oahu. $700. B 274, p 252, Dat ed Sept B, 1905. L Kaholo Manu et al to Olaa Sug Co Ltd, C M; cane on por lot 13, Olaa Homestoad, Puna, Hawaii. $1 and ndvs.B 276, p 15. Dated Sept 2, 1903. S Kaholo Manu et-al to Olaa Sug Co Ltd, C M; cano on por lot 47, Olaa Homesteads, Puna, Hawaii. $1 and ndvs. B 270, p 22. Dated Supt 2, 1905. FAVORS BREAKWATER AT IIII.O. Tho report of Engineer Lieutenant J. R. Slattery tho army engineering of ficer declaring In favor of the break water at Hllo was forwarded to tho War Department yestorday on the S. S. Alameda. Tho report recommends that a survey bo authorized to prepare estimates and other details. WILL SUCCEED PAYMASTER. Passed Assistant Paymaster I. T. hops used in tho brew ill II m Houo liolci Jewel Features T II A T 'X' 13 Every Jewel Stovo or Rango Is a fuel saver and one of long life. As to baking It Is exactly the rango you aro looking for. in JNTaixxe and other literature are at your service. Call andlnquire. & CO., LTD., Hagner, U. S. N. will succeed Paymas ter A .S. Brown at the local Naval Station. Hagner is now in duty at Maro Island. Brown will probably leave for Cavito by the Coptic, October 27 or the Siberia In November. Mr. Haskett clerk to Paymaster Brown will not accompany him to Cavito. MIDWAY LIGHT INSTALLED. Lieutenant Slattery was advised yes terday by cable that tho new light at Midway had been installed. This In formation is taken to mean that tho U. S. S. Iroquois had reached that place yesterday from Honolulu. THE RAILWAY HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. POUCH DISPATCH ( ,LOSED MAILS ) BY THE HONOLULU POSTOFFICE VIA THE O. R. & L. CO. RAILROAD SERVICE. Closed malls T P Included- PoUch Service R. R.-Sta. to Postofflces. For Offices. Days of Week Dispatch Train No. Delivery at Aiea D-Ex-Sun.. 3-9 A1a Pearl City... Wahiawa.. Daily-Ex-Sun D-Ex-Sun.. 3-9 Pearl City... Waipahu D-Ex-Sun.. Waipahu... SWalpahu Sat-only.... 0- Waipahu Ewa D-Ex-Sun.. 3-9 Ewa Mill.... Halelwa D-Ex-Sun.. 3- Wa anae Walalee , D-Ex-Sun.. 3-9 Puulkl Walanae D-Ex-Sun.. 3-9 Halelwa (Hag Walalua D-Ex-Sun.. 3- Walaleo (flag) Laie ).. Tues-lhurs.. D-Ex-Sun.. 3-9 Kahuku K'ahuku Hauula ).. Sat. (Aner Walkane).. 9:00 a. m.).. Pouch to Waialua Postofllce by Trajn 3. Daily except Sunday, return ed empty by Train 12. Dally except Sunday. Pouch to Waipahu Fostofflce, Satur day only by Train 9. Nolo (1) Whqn mall steamer from San Francisco arrives In time to con nect Train No. 17 due to leave 7:30 a. m dally except Sunday; dispatch to Train 7-11 due to leave dally at 11:03 a. Aiea, P art City, Waipahu, Ewa. m and 5:15 p. m respectively: DIs- (2) When mall steamer from San patch to Aiea, Pearl City, Waipahu, Francisco arrives In time to connect Ewa. HONOLULU, TERRITORY HAWAII. Pouch Dispatch (Closed Malls) to the Honolulu Postofllce. From Postofflces RoutO 180001. Via tho O. R. & L. Co. Railroad Service. Closod Malls from Postofllcos. To be Included. For Oillcos. Days of Week Lale ).., Hauula )., Mon-Wod-Frl (after 0:20) m.) Sat. (At (5:30 a. m.) Kahuku. Walkane)., Walalee.,,. Halelwa..., Walalua.. Walanae,., Ewa Walpahu.. Pearl City. Wahiawa.. Tues-Frl-(1:06 p. m.) Aiea. Pouch dispatched Train 9. Dally except Sunday, returned empty via Traln 12. Dally except Sunday. rrr inui.-H ,Hl,JiI k',kUW23. alDetroifSgg oven 1 ,600.000 IN USE. Worth POR HARD COAL, SOFT COAL, COKE OR WOOD Unequaled in... Dossier r, IMxiitwiliL and Pmotlonl Value THK MOST DURABLE AND ECONOMICAL OF RANQES IlOUOltllU, T. It. , The Atchison, Topeka AND Santa Fe Railway System For Rates of freight for East or West bound merchandise apply to THEfl, H, DAVIES & CO., LTD., Freight Agents for the Territory of Hawaii. MAIL SERVICE. Train No. 9 daily: Dispatch to Waipahu Walanae, Walalee, additional. (3) When mail steamer from San Francisco arrives in time to connect Train 3-9 due to leave at 9:15 a. m., and 3:20 . m., respectively, on Sun days: Dispatch to all offices on line. (4) When mall steamers from San Francisco arrives In time to connect Pouoh Serviee Delivery Dispatch Train No. at R. R. Station D-Ex-Sun.. 4-12 Honolulu D-Ex-Sun.. 12- Honolulu D-Ex-Sun.. 4.12 Honolulu D-Ex-Sun".. 12- Honolulu D-Ex-Sun.. 4- Honolulu D-Ex-Sun.. , 4-12 Honolulu D-Ex-Sun.. 4- , Honolulu D-Ex-Sun.. 4-6-12 Honolulu D-Ex-Sun.. 4-12 Honolulu Pouch dispatched Train 9 Saturday only, returned empty via Train 4 Mon- day. ; i v.. .Ms