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"1 ' THE HAWAIIAN ST All, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1908.
Oceanic Steamship Company. fTie One Passenger Steamers of thlu TO htreunder: TROM SAN FRANCISCO. SONOMA AUG. S 1AXAMEDA AUG. 17 VENTURA AUG. 29 lALAMEDA SEPT. 7 SIERRA SEPT. 19 !AX,AMEDA SEPT. 28 BONOMA OCT. 10 !At.AMEDA OCT. 19 JVENTURA OCT. 31 ALAMEDA NOV. 9 SIERRA NOV. 21 'ALAMEDA NOV. 30 BONOMA . DEC. 12 .ALAMEDA DEC. 21 line will arrive at and leave thlo port vor ALAMEDA VENTURA ALAMEDA SIERRA ... ALAMEDA SONOMA SAN FRANCISCO. AUG. 1 AUG. 7 AUG. 22 ...AUG. ..SEPT. ..SEPT. ALAMEDA OCT. 3 VENTURA OCT. 9 ALAMEDA OCT. 24 SIERRA OCT. 30 ALAMEDA NOV. 14 SONOMA NOV. 20 ALAMEDA DEC. 5 VENTURA DEC. 11 w Ik connection wltk the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre ard to Issue to intending passengers coupon through tickets by any rall taA fron San 5" ncl co to all points In the United States, and from New iork by steamship line Jo all Europea n Ports. Tor further particulars apply to , Irwin & Co. At (LL. ITED) General Agendo Oceanic S. S. Company, Canadian-Australian M Mail STEARSSHBP CORflPABlY Btcamers of the abo,ve line running In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouverd, B. C, and Sydney, N. 9. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. DUE AT HONOLULT ON OR ABOUT THE DATES BELOW STATED, VIZ. IHU9K E (For additional and later shipping see pages 4, 5 or 8.) TIDES, SUN AND MOON, First Quarter of the Moon July r B3 S f M S . W H : : g. f a in o a " i V. o 3 3 a. V. c 3 re p.m. ft. n. m 5.1S 1.9 4.52 G.52 l.S 6.33 l.G 20 7.21 1.3 7.2G 27 8.11 1.1 8.40 a.m. p.m. 28 9.5S 1.3 9.10 29 11.15 1.B 10.25 a.m. 10.15 a.m. 5.40 0.13 11.02 0.49 11.53 p.m. 1.28 1.03 2.00 5.30 C.43 28th. 1 a 2 3 S mW Z u Sets 8.38 0.37 2.31 2.52 3.43 4.18 CIO 5.30 5.30 5.31 5.31 5.32 5.32 0.42 tf.22 0.42 10.04 G.41 10.46 6.41 11.28 6.41 6.40 0.11 Times of the tide re taken from the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta bles. The tides at Kahulnl 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 pi 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. FOR AUSTRALIA. 'AORANGI JULY 2S MAHENO AUG. 25 MIOWERA SEPT. 22 AORANGI OCT. 20 FOR VANCOUVER. MIOWERA AUG. 22 AORANGI SEPT. 19 MOAN A OCT. 17 I 1 EXLLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN r VOYAGES. 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. OREGONIAN I To sail August 15th S. S. AMERICAN ...To sail September 5U1 FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONOLULU. S. S. NEBRASKAN To sail August 3rd S. S. NEVADAN 1.T0 sail August 24th FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO. S. S. NEVADAN To sail August 5th S. S. NEBRASKAN To sail August 26th FROM SEATTLE AND TACO'MA TO HONOLULU. S. S. NEVADAN To sail July 25th S. S. NEBRASKAN To sail August 10th EI. Hciolrfeld Ss Co., G. 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 port on or about the dates below men FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. NIPPON MARU AUGUST 4 DORIC AUGUST 11 MANCHURIA AUGUST 21 HONGKONG MARU AUGUST 31 KOREA SEPT. 11 AMERICA MARU SEPT. 21 SIBERIA SEPT. 28 CHINA OCT. 5 MONGOLIA OCT. 12 NIPPON MARU OCT. 19 DORIC OCT. 27 MANCHURIA NOV. ,6 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 16 KOREA .'..NOV. 27 AMERICA MARU DEC. 7 will call at Honolulu and leave this tloned FOR SAN FRANCISCO. HONGKONG MARU AUGUST 7 KOREA AUGUST 14 AMERICA MARU AUGUST 28 SIBERIA SEPT. 4 CHINA SEPT. 11 MONGOLIA SEPT. 18 NIPPON MARU SEPT. 25 DORIC OCT. 5 MANCHURIA OCT. 13 HONGKONG MARU OCT. 23 KOREA NOV. 2 AMERICA MARU NOV. 12 SIBERIA NOV. 20 CHINA NOV. 27 MONGOLIA DEC. 4 S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL TUREWEATHER BUREAU. The following data, covering a period of 29 years, have been compiled from the Weather Bureau, and McKlbbln re cords at Honolulu, T. H. They are Is sued to show the conditions that have prevailed, during tho month In ques tion, for the above period of years, but must not be construed as a forecast of the weather conditions for tho com ing month. Month July for 29 years. TEMPERATURE. (1890-1903.) Mean or normal temperature,, 78 The warmest month was that of 1900, with an average of 79. The coldest month was that of 1894, with an average of 76 The highest temperature was 88 on July 28, 1900. The lowest temperature was 63 on July 1, 1899. PRECIPITATION (rain 1877-1894, and 1905.) Average for the month 1.45 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 1882. The greatest amount of precipitation recorded In any 24 consecutive hours was 3.17 Inches on July 12, 18S0. RELATIVE HUMIDITY Average 9 a. m. 65 j 9 p. m. 72 (1893-1904); average 8 a. m. 68; aver age 8 p. m., 72 (1905.) CLOUDS AND WEATHER (1890-1905.) Average number of clear days 13; partly cloudy days 17; cloudy days 1. WIND. t The prevailing wlnds have been from the northeast. The average hourly velocity of the wind during July 1905, was 8.8 miles. The highest velocity of the wind dur July, 1905. was 27 miles from the north east on the 6th. Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of Issue: June 29, 1906. (T. F. D.) 9 o'clock averages from records of Territorial Meteorologist; 8 o'clock averages from U. S. Weather Bureau records. WM. B. STOCKMAN, Director, Weather Bureau. TERMS THE REFRIGERATOR OF PERMANENT SATISFACTION .THE GURNEY Eemovable. Ice Compartment Found Only , In the GURNEY King of Ice Savers The Only ClllIE It is now Refrigerator Weather and with this fact in mind, the entire line of the Celebrated Gurney Refrigerator carried by us, is offered to you. How To Possess . a . Gurney . Refrigerator This is our plan. Come to the store today, select the Refrigerator you want, pay 1-3 of the price down, the balance in 60 days. Instruct us as to where you want it delivered, and inside of ten minutes you become possessor of the best Refrigerator made. BUY IT NOW. Today w 9 53, 55, 57 King Street Honolulu, Hawaii For general Information apply to Hi Hackfelct &l Co plendid New Shipment of 01ives the best yot imported for Luncheon or dinner. In twenty-five different "flrieties and sizes of bottles. Each bottle of selected fruit Stuffed or plain to suit. These are specially packed for us by Charles Gulden, Now York, and represent tho highest quality grown, All sizes, both of olives and bottles.. ARRIVING. Friday, July 27. Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, from Makawell and Kauai ports at 8:30 a. m. with 5,000 bags sugar. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, from San Francisco at 9:15 a. m. with 5 days 18 hours and 22 minutes. Saturday, July 2S. Stmr. Ktnau, larke, from Hllo and way ports, due In forenoon. S. S. Aorangi, Phillips, from Victoria and Vancouver, duo. Sunday, July 29. Stmr. Iitkellke, iNaopala, from Molo kal. Maul and Lanal ports, due early In morning. Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from Kauai ports, due early In morning. DEPARTING. Friday, July 27. S. i?. Manchuria, Saunders, for San Francisco, at 10 a. m. Stmr. Mauna Loa, Slmerson. for Ma ul and iHawatl ports, At oon. Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports and Hilo, at 5 p. m. Saturday, July 28. S. S. Aorangl. Phillips, for the Colo nies, probably sail In afternoon. Henry May & Co., Ltd Retail 22 Telephones Wholesale 92. PASSENGERS. Departing1. Per S. S. Manchuria, July 27. for San Francisco Col. Qeorgo De La Vergno nnd wife, C. C. von Hamm, Mrs. F. C. Macauley, J. T. Crawley, wlfo and threeJ children; Mrs. H. B. Newell, family and maid; Miss Jane Fenton, Miss Helen McCarthy, Mrs. F. C. Lysor and In fant, J. H. Harper and wife, Aubrey Robinson and threo sons, C. A. Elston nnd wife, Mrs. B. F. Sandow, child and maid; Mrs. C. F. Hart. Captain J. Gre gory, C. M. Herbert, Raymer Sharp, M. H. Gehlen, John Ena and wife, Thomas Ena, Miss Daisy Ena. Miss K. Renton, J. J. Carden, W. T. Carden, Mrs. Mc-Cully-Hlgglns, G. G. Guild, wlfo and Infant; W. Patterson and son, R. E, Flsk. E. Mattlson and wife, Mrs. F. J. Cross, Mrs. W. M. Cameron, T. Prime, II. W .Baldwin and wife, V. List, Miss Fanny Merton, A. Boscow and wife, Carl Schlllingj B. F. Tuttle, Dr. George E. Herbert, W. G. Walker, Mrs. M. M, Scott, W. Toogood, John Aberg, Julia YoquIna,sM. Cosone, wlfo and two chil dren; V. F. Mnscotot, wlfo and two chil dren, M. P. Rapozo and wife, V. Bonlta, wife and three children: J. J. Camara, wlfo and two children: 'Mrs. P. Martin and two children: A. J. Camara, wife and Infant; B. D. Mltcholl, A. W. Croc kett, H. Haleole, John Fonseca, wife ajwjour children; -Yl Chong Pair, An Two Great Fairs to be Held in Ireland Next Year . & v. 'v-8jr?- .arc . m - It's a question which of tho two great fairs Jn Ireland Is to be the world sensation of 1907 the Irish Interna tional Exhibit or the great display ot Irish Industries to be conducted by the Gaelic League With these two expositions In full b last tho country will bo About the busiest and merriest In all Europe next summer. The above view of a section of tho Irish "World's Fair" is from an unpublished plan tono Medelros, Antone Gouvela, Jr., J. tGamalleUon and three chlldron, John Puholsky, wlfo and two children; Dr. R. W. Anderson, W. C. Hargraves, G. Osborne, Mrs. C. Ramsey and 3 chil dren. Arriving. Per S. S. Alameda, July 27, from San Francisco Mrs. L. P. Armstrong, A. J. Block. Mrs. G. E. Bockus nnd child, Miss M. Boysen, W. L. Bromley, Dr. E. J. Cnldwoll, Mrs. Caldwell, G. D. Cheshire, Mrs. Cheshire, Mrs. A. ,W. Child, J. M. Cook, C. Dameyer, Miss Nellie Dameyer. George E. Davis, Mrs. Davis child nnd nurse, A. E. Grlndell, J. A. Hnrlnnd, Georgo II. von dor Lleth, A. H. Moflltt, Miss M. Plummor, Mrs. W. P. Porter. F. A. Smith, B. M. Stone, Miss J. Uphoff, Miss M. Uphoff, James Wakeflld, Mrs. Wakefield, and child, A. G. Wnkoflold, Miss I. M. Waterman, Miss L. Whltbcck, J. Ball, W. II. Duff, J. H. Bonnell. v COMPANY LETTERS FROM HOME. A countrywoman of Captain Sam Johnson called on him yostorday and presented letters of Introduction from friends of his In his old homo In Rus sia. Tho lady was a Red Cross ststor of mqroy anfl was traveling homo now STARTSHOSPITAL THE HAMAKUA DITCH BUILDERS SEND SUPPLIES FOR THE ES TABLISHMENT OF HOSPITAL. PALMER WOODS The Hamakua Ditch Company is es tablishing a hospital of Its own, for tho benefit of the many men employed on tho Hamakua ditch. Tho ditch Is bolng constructed by tho samo people as hantlled tho Kohala ditch enter prise, and they are proceeding In the same manner, to b p-jmred for all sorts of emergencies. Tho last steamer from Hawaii had as a part of hor cargo tho supplies for tho proposed' hospital. It will be at Walmea, A physician will ibo employ ed to look after the patients. Thero Is no prosont need for a hospital, but the arrangements are. being mado so that n,.lM"'?ve5 ,0' aco!dents or sickness 10 LEAVE HERE THE LONE DEMOCRAT PLANS GO ING TO CUBA AND MAY MAKE HIS 'HOME THERE. ' Senator Palmer Wopds of Kohala has declared himself out of tho run for another term, owing to his intention to leave in the near future for Cuba, to Investigate somo buslns3 prospects there. Woods Is Interested In a big plantation and cattlo raising scheme In Cuba and will leave In a couplo of months to Investigate, with a prospect of taking his family there for good If matters aro all right. Woods will probably loavo In Sep tember. He has had two terms In tho Senate, and could easily have another If ho desired to run, but his Intention to leave takes him out of it. tt wns the, only ; Democrat in the last jeglsla- A