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TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 1&, 1006.
Oceanic Steamship Company. eCho flne Passenger Steamers of thla lino will nrrivo at and leave this port mn hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. SONOMA FEBRUARY 21 ALAMEDA MARCH 2 tVUNTURA MARCH 14 ALAMEDA MARCH 23 BBJRRA APRIL 4 w Local -Joat. von SAN FRANCISCO. VENTURA FEBRUARY 20 ALAMEDA MARCH 7 SIERRA MARCH 13 ALAMEDA MARCH 28 SONOMA APRIL 3 In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre pared to issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rail road f ron San I ncl. co to all points in the United States, and from New fork by steamship lino '.o all Europea n Ports. For further particulars apply to It, w tilt irwin (LL I TED) General Agecte Oceanic S. S. Company. Canadian-Australian km lail STEAMSHIP COMPANY Steamers of the above lne, running in connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. ft. W., and calling at Vctoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. UTi AT HONOLULU ON OR ABOUT THE DATES BELOW STATED, VIZ. FOR AUSTRALIA. , FOR VANCOUVER. 'MIOWERA APRIL 7 ! MOANA APRIL 4 MOANA MAY 5 MAHENO MAY 1 MAHENO JUNE 2 AORANGI MAY 30 AORANGI JUNE SO 1 MIOWERA JUNE 27 1 (For additional and later shipping see pages 4, 6 or 8.) TIDES, SUN AND MOON. New Moon A pi II 2r at 5:35 a. m. rri o S J . . , f ( : 1 n Ap p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. 10 11.17 1.5 11.10 5.5S 4.00 p.m. 17 12.27 0.42 5.31 a.m. IS 0.15 1.5 1.15 7.13 6.43 19 1.02 1.4 1.5G 7.40 7.41 20 1.43 1.3 2.30 S.03 S.30 p.m. a.m. 21 3.00 1.4 2.27 S.35 !U2 22 5.32 1.5 2.57 0.02 9.53 e a OT C a W it 5.40 5.30 5.3S 5.3S 5.37 5.3G 5.30 te o 3 S w :a J5" CD to Rises C.20 1.16 6.20 2.04 6.20 6.21 6.21 6.21 6.22 2.47 3.27 4.00 4.41 6.1S 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 Eta dard time is 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green wich time, being that of the meridian of 157 decrees 30 minutes. The time whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. m., which is the same aB Greenwich, 0 hours, 0 mln utes. The Sun and Moon are for local time for the whole group. Moann, Bishop's wharf. Manuka, Bishop's wharf. Maheno, Bishop's wharf. Massachusetts, Railroad wharf. Nippon Marti, Hackfeld wharf. Nebrasknn, Rnllroad wharf. Nevadnn, Railroad wharf. Oregonlan, Railroad wharf. Sierra Oceanic wharf. Sonoma, Oceanic wharf. Siberia, Navy dock or Hackfeld wharf Texan, Railroad wharf. Ventura, Oceanic dock. All United States Army Transports to dock at Navy dock, except when oc cupied. Then transports will be docked at the Oceanic wharf. Tho Intor-Island mall steamers KI nau, Llkollkc, Claudlne, Helene, Maul and Hawaii will all dock at Browcr's wharf, Nuuanu street. The remainder of the Inter-Island steamers dock at tho Inter-Island wharf, foot of Mau nakea street. RECENTLY GONE TO FRANCISCO IT O R U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL TURE. WEATHER BUREAU. CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. THEO. H, DAVIES & CO.. Ltd,, Gen'l kgts, &ERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. OIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU. VIA PACIFIC COAST. FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU. 5. S. ALASKAN To sail May ist SS. TEXAN To sail May 25th FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU. S. S. NEVADAN To sail May 3rd S. S. NEBRASKAN To sail May 24th FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. NEBRASKAN To sail April 22nd S. S. NEVADAN To sail May 13th FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU. S. S. NEVADAN Via San Francisco To sail April 27th S. S. NEBRASKAN Via San Francisco To sail May 18th sa. Hackfeld & Co., C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Agents. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co Toyo Kaisen Kaisha S. S, Co. Steamers of the above Companies ffrt on or about the dates below men FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. HONGKONG MARU MAR. 24 KOREA MAR. 29 COPTIC APRIL 7 SIBERIA APRIL 14 AMTRICA MARU APRIL 21 MONGOLIA MAY 2 CHINA MAY 9 NIPPON MARU MAY 17 DORIC "MAY 24 MANCHURIA JUNE 1 HONGKONG MARU JUNE 12 KOREA JUNE 19 COPTIC JUNE 2G SIBERIA JUNE 3 Calls at Manila. will call at Hone lu and leave thts tloned: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. AMERICA MARU MAR. 31 MONGOLIA APRIL 7 CHINA APRIL 14 NIPPON MARU APRIL 24 DORIC MAY 1 MANCHURIA MAY 8 HONGKONG MARU MAY 18 KOREA MAY 22 COPTIC JUNE 1 SIBERIA JUNE 8 AMERICA MARU JUNE 15 MONGOLIA JUNE 26 CHINA JULY 3 NIPPON MARU Jul ylO DORIC JULY 17 MANCHURIA JULY 27 Tho following data, covering a period of 29 years, havo been compiled from tho Weather Bureau and McKlbbln re cords at Honolulu, T. H. They are is sued to show the conditions that have prevailed, during the month In ques tion, for tho abovo period of years, but must not be construed as a forecast of the weather conditions for the com ing month. Month April for 29 years. TEMPERATURE. (1890-1903.) Mean or normal temperature 73f. The warmest month was that of 1S93, with an average of 75. The coldest month was that of 189S, with an average of 71". The highest temperature was 86" on April 25. 1S92. Tho lowest temperature was 59 on April 21, 1S99. PRECIPITATION (rain 1S77-1S94 and 1903.) Average for the month, 2.53 inches. Average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 14. Tho greatest monthly precipitation was 7.93 inches In 1890. (The least monthly precipitation was 0.75 inches in 1S83. Tho greatest amount of precipitation recorded in any 21 consecutive hours was 3.30 Inches on April 30, 1885. RELATIVE HUMIDITY Average 9 a. m. 6S 9 p. m. 74 (1S90 1D04); S a. m. GS; average 8 p. m. 69 (1903.) CLOUDS AND WEATHER. (1S90-1903.) Average number of clear days 11; partly cloudy days, 14; cloudy days, 5. WIND. The prevailing winds have been from tho northeast. Theaverage hourly velocity of the wind during April, 1903, was 10.0 miles. The highest velocity of tho wind dur ing April 1905 was 30 miles from Jhe northeast on the 3rd. Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of issue: March 30, 1906. (T. F. D.) 9 o'clock averages from records of Territorial Meteorologist: 8 o'clock averages from U. S. Weather Bureau records. ALEX. McC. ASHLEY, Weather Bureau. ARRIVING. Wednesday, April IS. Schr. Moi Wahlne, from Kohalalele. at 7:30 a. m. Thursday. Anrll 19. Stmr. Noeau, Pederson, from Kiholo and Kukulhaele, at 4:40 a. m., with 4250 bags sugar, 30 head cattle. Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, from Ha waii and Maul ports, at 4 a .111. Friday, April 20. S. S. America Maru, Going, from San Francisco, duo In afternoon. S. S. Nebraskan, AVeedon, from San Francisco, due. Saturday, April 21. Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, from Hiin hind way ports, duo In morning. FOREIGN STFAMER TIMETABLE STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. Date. Name. From. April 13 Alameda San Francisco 14 China Yokohama 11 Siberia San Francisco 20 Nebraskan San Francisco 21 America Maru.. San Francisco 24 Ventura Colonies 21 Nippon Maru Yokohama 23 Sonoma . .San Francisco May 1 Doric Yokohama 1 Maheno Colonies 2 Mongolia San Francisco 4 Alameda San Francisco 5 Moana Vancouver S Manchuria Yokohama 9 China San Francisco 11 Nevadnn San Francisco 15 Sierra Colonies 16 Ventura San Francisco 17 Nippon Maru.. San Francisco IS Hongkong Maru. ...Yokohama 22 Korea Yokohama 21 Doric .San Francisco 23 Alameda San Francisco 30 Miowera Colonics June 1 Manchuria San Francisco 1 Coptic Yokohama 1 Nebraskan San Francisco 2 Maheno Vancouver 5 Sonoma Colonies C Sierra San Francisco 8 Siberia Yokohama 12 Hongkong Maru..S. Francisco 15 America Maru.. San Francisco 15 Alameda- San Francisco 19 Korea San Francisco 22 Nevadan San Francisco 2G Captic San Francisco 20 Mongolia Yokohama 20 Ventura Colonies 27 Sonoma San Francisco 27 Moana Colonies BVr general inf.matloa apply to HL Hsiclcfi Bid 3sl Oob DEPARTING. Thursday, April IS. Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kanat ports, at 5 p. m. AVednesday. April IS. Stmr. Helene, Nolsoh, for Mnhuko nu and Hamakua ports. . Friday. April 20. Stmr. Noenu, Pederson, from Honn kan and Kukulhaele, at 5 p. m. California ROSE CREAHERY BUTTER NOW &S cent THE POUND. FRESH SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED. enry May & Co., Ltd., RETAIL 22 TELEPHONES WHOLESALE 92. STEAMERS TO DEPART. Date. Name. For. April 14 China San Francisco 14 Siberia Yokohama 15 Alameda San Francisco 21 America Maru Yokohama 22 Nebraskan tSan Francisco 24 Ventura .'San Francisco 24 Nippon Maru. ..San Francisco 25 Sonoma4 Colonies May 1 Doric San Francisco 1 Maheno Vancouver 2 Mongolia Yokohama 5 Moana Colonics 8 Manchuria San Francisco 9 China 'Yokohama 9 Alameda San Francisco 13 Nevadan tSan Francisco 15 Sierra San Francisco 16 Ventura Colonies 17 Nippon Maru Yokohama 18 Hongkong Maru..S. Francisco 22 Korea San Francisco 24 Doric 'Yokohama 30 Alameda San Francisco 30 Miowera Vancouver June 1 Manchuria Yqkohama 1 Coptic San Francisco 2 Maheno Colonies 3 Nebraskan tSan Francisco 5 Sonoma San Francisco 6 Sierra Colonies 8 Siberia San Francisco 12 Hongkong Maru.. ..Yokohama 15 America Maru.. San Francisco 19 Korea Yokohama 20 Alameda San Francisco 24 Nevadan tSan Francisco ' 26 Coptic Yokohama 26 Mongolia San Francisco .20 Ventura San Francisco 27 Sonoma Colnnies 27 Moana Vancouver Calling at Manila. tDate of despatch from Honolulu for San Francisco via Kahulul. U. S. A. Transports will leave for San Francisco and Manila, and will arrive from 'same ports at irregular Intervals. The following nre passenger lists nd- ' dltlonal to those the Star has already published of vessels leaving here for San Francisco within a period recent enough so that It might be supposed many of thoso Included might still bo in San Francisco. Ter S. S. Korea', March 2. for Snn Francisco: Mrs. C. Torbert, Mrs. S. H. Mallory. Mrs. J. M. Thayer, W.' G. Cook, wife, 2 children, and maid, H. Holmes. James S. Bell, J. F. Bell, wlfo nnd ehlfd, Mrs. T. K. James, Miss G. Dowsett, Miss Irmgard Schnefcr, Mrs. M. W. Pnrkhurst nnd 2 children, Miss Dunn, Mrs. W. B. Webb, O. W. Rich ardson and wife, E. C. Sterling and wife, Mrs. P. E. Brlgham, Mrs. M. Crawhnll, Mrs. M. A. Mordant, Miss Helen K. Brlgham. Mrs. F. J. Amweg, C. .Schilling, E. H. Mopnrd, wlfo and daughter, H. Turned and wife, W. S. Metcalf, Walter Chcesman, T. Lystor, O. E. Murphy, J. A. Finch nnd wife, Mrs. J. Drumheller, J. Newlands, Jr., and wife, C. Shoron, wife and son, Mrs. Standorfird, J. E. Bell, wlfo nnd daughter. W. II. GnGrlock, W. B. Trim ble, Frank P. Wells nnd wife, Mrs. A. L. Jackson, Mrs. A. M. Howard, Mrs. A. P. Mitchell, E. A. Palmer, A. S. Blake, J. C. Cohen. J. W. Cunningham, 1 and wife, Anna Moore, W. T. Burke, R. 12. Burke, II. S. Wood, Miss Wood, I W. II. Hill. A. J. Mehl and wife, Mrs. J. Vnn do Cnrr nnd son, T. A. Hays, Capt. W. W. Harts, wife, 2 children and nurse, O. J. Smith and wife, F. M. Lee,1 wife nnd child, J. B. Hnllmun, W. M. Griffin and wife, Mnrton A. Fibosh, G. K. Chnney, J. W. Treadwell, J. H. Kirk and wife, Mile. Olga Krootschoff, J. A. Moller, Miss Bull, W. S. Goff and wife, Mrs. A. M. DodgeJUiss Barnes and maid, R. Banning, Captain Huffmann nnd wife, Mrs. Fred T. P. Waterhouse, E. I'. Lansing nnd wife, John Flanna gan, R. G. Henderson, E. Chase and wife, Miss G. Gaylord, Dr. E. H. Wool sey. Per S. S. Alameda, March 7. for San Francisco: Miss Barnes, II. S. Bates, Mrs. Bates, W. D. Bishop, Mrs. Blsh op, It. Boog, W. W. Bryan, Mrs. Bry an, A. M. Barnaul, Mrs. Barnam, J. S. Christiansen, Mrs. J. T Connor, C J. Cooper, Miss L. B. De Wett, Mrs. A. M. Dodge and maid, Dr. Harvey, Mrs. Harvey. W. E. Hodges, Miss J. R. Hop kin, Mrs. Kincald nnd 2 children, D. F. Olblnskl, Mis. Olbinskl. Mrs. B. Rob insnn. W. W. Travel D. Whiting, Mrs. Whiting, T. E. Wilder, Mrs. Wilder and child. Per s! S. Ventura, February 20 for San Francisco G. F. Spesert, F. A. Collins and son .Mrs. Clara- Rcaney, Mrs. Frances Gallagher, E. Smith, M. Snyder. Mrs. D. Rutherford. Mr. and Mrs. John Kean, Fred M. Schneider, Mrs. Peter Danffenbach, Mrs. Leafold Inayle, Rev. Victor Palrler, E. D. Douglas, Mrs. C. LantSi, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Widney, F. M. Lawls, J. T. Mc-f Corristln, Miss G Allen, W. M. Griffin and wife, J. A. Moler, W. A. Burke. The S. S. China left Honolulu for San Francisco hist Frldny. As she has not had time In which to reach San Francisco her passenger list Is not re printed. She will reach San Francisco next Friday. There will naturally be the utmost astonishment nmong peo ple aboard her when they reach San Francisco and learn of the disaster. Considerable worry is felt by local peo ple having friends4 or relatives on "the China, as it Is doubtful if tho latter can secure living accommodations after rreachlng the stricken city. :-:--:--:--:-:-:-.:--:-.-.:.;.. clair's testimony was that the man with In the hypothetical question was sane upon -(he third of January and was capable of knowing the difference between right and wrong. In his opi nion there was nothing but a few symp toms of insanity and nothing whatever to bs.se a statement upon that the man dealt with in the question was Insane. The reason for the cutting up of the body was that the man was excited when he found that he hnd killed the child and there were two courses open to him. One was to Itee and the other was to conceal the evidence of his crime. Opon attempting to bury tho body It was found by the murderer that it would not go Into tho hole dug for It and so It was cut up in order to bury it. "I bellevethe man was sane and not suffering from any temporary Insanity" said Dr. Sinclair. At tills point the prosecution released the witness' and tho cross examination by the counsel for the defense was taken up. r YourParty give us a call, for the Chairs and Tables that you will need. A big stock kept on hand to supply any demand We havo a flno lino of sew ing tables on hand at $1.75 each. HOTEL AND UNION STREETS. m HI W Gas Range Is always In season wlt?-j I its comfort, convenience and economy. Sold by dealers and by RHEUMATISM MAKES LIFE MIS ERABLE. A happy home i3 the most valuablo possession that is within tho reach of mankind, but you cannot enjoy its comforts If you are suffering from rheumatism. You throw asido busi ness cares when you enter your homo and you can be relieved from those niepmauc pains also by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Ono annll. cation will give you relief and Its con tinued use for a short time will bring nbout a permanent euro. For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. IN THE JOHNSON CASE. Tlie sui und substance of Dr Sln- HOPES. Latest advices from the coal fields make us all hope for an early spring and a warm summer. Syracuse Herald WHERE STEAMERS DOCK. Alameda, Oceanic wharf. America Maru, Hackfeld wharf. AorangI, Bishop's wharf. Arlzonian, Rnllroa wharf. Alaskan, Railroad wharf, China, Channel or Quarantine wharf. Coptic, Hackfeld wharf. Callfornian, Railroad wharf. Doric, Hackfeld wharf. Hongkong Maru, Hackfeld wharf. Korea, Naval wharf or Hackfeld whf . Mongolia, Hackfeld wharf. Manchuria, Hackfeld wharf. (The Mongolia and Manchnrl n. rnmnln outsido at times when they draw over' 30 feet of water). Miowera, Bishop's wharf. m nmv wix BEER Bgm Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd IViT.. G. Irwin.. President and Manaeii ohn D. Spreckels. First Vice-President W. M. Qlffard.. ..Second Vice-President a. M. Whitney Treasurer Richard Ivers Secretary; C. I. Spalding Auditor SUGAR FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS AGENTS FOR Jceanlo Steamship Co., San Francises, Cal. Western Sugar Refining Co., San Fran cisco, Cal. t?aidwln Locomotive Works, Philadel phia, Pa. Jewall Universal Mill Co., Manufao. turers of National Cane Shredder, New York, N. Y. Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San Francisco, Cal. Fire Insurance! Atlas Assurance Company of Londnc Phoenix Assurance Con.pany of Los-don. New York Underwriters Agency. Providence Washington Insurant Company. THB B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED General Agents for Hawaii. Four.h Floor, Stangenwald Bulldln. City Heat flarket All Kinds of FRESH MEAT, FRUIT VEGETABLES AND CALLIFORNIA BUTTER FRESH TURKEY AND CHICKEN. Island beef sirloin steak 10c a pound. Choice rib roast 10c a pound. TELEPHONE MAIN 78. I DRO. BENJAMIN'S HERBALoD Cures Constloatton. Makes New, I?lch moou. Stomach ana f.Ivcr Tonic. GOOD FOR THE KIDNEYS At All Druggists Fine Job Printing, Star Office. HtfiiiiiA 1 until if liiifiiiliiiiM'" s