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THE HAWAIIAN 8TAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1907,
Oceanic Steamship Company.
SIERRA-ALAN EDA SCHEDULE
ARRIVE HONOLULU.
B, a ALAMEDA AUG. 9
S. S. SIERRA AUG. 30
S. S. SIERRA SEPT. 20
S. S. ALAMEDA. iOCT. 11
LEAVE HONOLULU.
S. S. ALAMEDA AUG. 14
S. S. SIERRA SEPT. 4
S. S. SIERRA SEPT. 25
S. S. ALAMEDA OCT. 1U
la connection with the sailing of the above ateamers, the Agents aro
prepared 10 Issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets by any
railroad from San Francisco to all uolnts In the United StAtes, and from
Hew York by steamship line to all European Ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
(LIM ITED).
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Company.
Irwin
IE
Australian
Royal
Mai!
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Steamers of the aboy line running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C and Sydney,
N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q.
DUE AT HONOLULU ON OR ABOUT THE DATES BELOW STATED, VIZ
FOR AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
MANUKA AUGUST 24 AORANGI AUGUST 21
AORANGI J... SEPTEMBER' 21 MOANA SEPTEMBER 18
CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES.
THSO. H. DAV1ES & CO.. Ltd,, Gen'l AgtS.
American Hawaiian Steamship Company
( FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU. ,
Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec.
Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, South
TfROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN
CISCO DIRECT.
S. S. NEVADAN. . . .TO SAIL AUG. 17
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO
LULU DIRECT.
S. S. NEVADAN.... TO SAIL AUG. 30
Freight received at Company's wharf
Greenwich street.
FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO
HONOLULU.
MISSOURIAN On or about AUG. 20
For further Information apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Agents, Honolulu.
C.P.MORSE,
General Freight Agent
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
(For additional and later chipping sea
pages 4, 6 or 8.)
TIDES, SUN AND MOON
New moon August 8th ntS:0j p. ra.
1 g i L . ia I 2 h
V. M. ft. A. M. A. M. l'TST Hlsel
r 2:00 1.1) 0:17 0:23 (1:38 5:a- 0:30 2:38
0 2:37 1.9 1:41 7:08 10:03 SfliLiB 2;g.i
7 3:07 2 0 2:2 7:50 10:20 fifl 0:3'. 3:15
8 3:37 1.0 3:03 8:27 10:40 6:30 flfll 5:IH
0 1:07 1.0 3:42 0;KI 11:01 fi:3G 0:3.) Sets
10 4:3!i 1.8 4:20 0:42 11:20 8:37 0:33 7:53
P. M.
11 5:07 1.7 5:00 11:58 A. 2 5:37 0:32 8:37
Times of tho tide are taken from the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta
bles. The tides at Kahulul and Hllo
occur fvout one hour earlier than at
Honolulu. Hawaiian standard time Is
10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green
wich time, being that of tha meridian
of 157 degrees 30 minutes. Tho 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.
From Colonies, per Aorangl, Aug,
24.
U. S. A. THANSPORTS.(
Thomas sailed from Hon. for S. F.,
Aug. 5.
Logan, at SanFrancIsco.
Buford nt San Francisco.
Sherman left Honolulu for Manila
July 14.
Sheridan at Mare Island repairing.
DIx nt Seattle.
Warren at San Francisco.
Crook nt Seattle.
ARRIVING.
Thursday, August S.
M. N. S. S. Hlloulau, Johnson, from
San Francisco, 4:30 p. m.
Friday, August J.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, 5 days, 21
hours from San Francisco, at Oceanic
wharf at 8:40 a. in., with 90 hags mail,
1200 tons freight, 2S cabin and 93 steer
age passengers.
DEPARTING.
Thursday, August 8.
Am. bkt. Retriever, Torstrom, for
Puget Sound, 2 p. ni.
S. S. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, G p. m.
Friday, August 9.
S. S. Claudlne, Bennett, for Hawaii
and Maul, 5 p. m.
S. S. Mauna Loa, Simerson, for Ha
waii and Maul, at noon.
78
of
HATSOiV NAVIGATION COMPANY,
The S. S. "HILONIAN" of this line, carrying passengers and freight,
will run In a direct service between this port and San Francisco, sailing
nnd arriving on or about the following dates:
Leave S. F. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu
AUG. 1ST. AUG. 8TH. AUG. 13TH.
AUG. 29TH. SEPT. 5TH. SEPT. 10TH.
SEPT. 26TH. OCT. 3RD. OCT. 8TH.
Passenger Rates to San Francisco;- First Cabin, ?60. Steerage, $25.
Round Trip, First Class, ?110.00.
For Further Particulars Apply To
Castle & Cooke, Limited, Agents
Union Express Co.,
BRANCH HUSTACE PECK CO., LTD.
63 Qxx&&tx Street
Having baggage contracts with the following Steamship Co.'s Lines:
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
OCCIDENTAL & ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
PACIFIC MAIL 8TEAMSHIP CO.
TOYO KISEN KAI8HA S i EAMSHIP CO.
We check your outgoing baggage a your homes, saving you the trouble
ad annoyance of checking on the wharf.
Incoming baggage checked on steamers of above companies and deliv
ered with quickness and dispatch at your homes.
Teleplione Main SO
The Difference
between the meat sold at our market and that offered
in other shops is as great as that between a Rapid
Transit and an old style mule car. Ours has the
flavor of elegance, the tenderness of veal and lamb
a luxury for the cost of a necessity.-
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd
Main -3b
The following data, covering a pe
riod of 32 years, have been compiled
from the Weather Bureau records at
Honolulu, T. H. They are issued to
show the conditions that havo pre
vailed, during the month in question,
for the above period of years, but
must not bo construed as a forecast
of the weather conditions for the com
ing month.
Month, August for 32 years.
TEMPERATURE. (1890-190C.)
Mean or normal temperature,
leg.
The warmest month was that
1900, with an average of 80 deg.
The coldest month was that of 1894,
with an average of 77 deg.
The highest temperature was 88
deg. on Aug. 10, 11, 15, 189C; 4, 1897;
9, 1901.
The lowest temperature was C3 deg
on Aug. 23, 1894.
PRECIPITATION (Rain) (1877-1894,
1905-6.)
Average for the month, 1.50 inches.
Average number of days with .01
of an inch or more, 14.
Tho greatest monthly precipitation
was 4.47 Inches in 188S.
Tho least monthly precipitation was
0.1G Inches in 1884.
Tho greatest amonut of preclplta-
tlon recorded in any 24 consecutive
hours was 2.51 inches on Aug. 13,
18S8.
RELATIVE HUMIDITY.
Average 9 a. m., C8; average 9 p
m. 72 (1893-1904.)
Average 8 a. m., 68; average S p.
m. G8 (1905-1906.)
CLOUDS AND WEATHER (1890-1906.)
Average number of clear days, 11;
partly cloudy days, 18; cloudy days, 2.
WIND.
The prevailing winds are from the
NE. (1875-1894, 1905-1906.)
The average hourly velocity of the
wind is 8.9 miles (1905-1906.)
The highest velocity of the wind
was 28 miles from the NE. on Aug.
27, 1905.
Station: Honolulu, T. H.
Date of issue: June 29, 1907.
9 o'clock averages from records of
Territorial Meteorologist, 8 o'clock
averages from Weather Bureau records.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Bureau.
Shipping in Port
(Army and Navy)
U. S. S. Iroquois, Carter, Pearl Har
bor, August 2.
(Merchant Murine.)
Steamships.
Br. cableshlp Restore:, combe, Es
quimau, March 31.
Br. S. S. Valdtvla, Reld, Newcastle,
August C.
M. N. S. S. Hilonlan, Johnson, San
Francisco, Aug. 8.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, San Fran
cisco, Aug. 9.
A.-H. S. S. Mexican, Nichols, Seat
tle, Aug. 7.
Sailing -vessels.
Am. Ketch Snark, Rosehlll, Pearl
Harbor, August 1.
Am. bk. Edward May, Hanson, San
Francisco, August 7.
and Boilers Bolles and Bulger, W. G.
Smith, L. E. Ryder, J. T. Taylor, T. a
Meyers, 0. J. Hutchlns, wife and
daughter, Mrs. W. W. Harris, Mrs.
Doyle, F. M. Stilllman, II, H. BurrlU
and wife, L. Homsberger, F. C. Stan
ford, A. W. Allen and wife, S. B. Har
ry and wife, H. A. WIdemann, Capt. J.
Barnoson, wife, daughter and son, J.
A. Gough, nnd members of rlflo team.
SHIPPING NOTES
The Snark will make u trial trip
this afternoon under her auxiliary
power.
P. M. S. S. Manchuria brings the
next main from tho coast on Wednes
day next.
Tho Matson Navigation Co.'s S. S.
Hilonlan, Captain Johnson, 7 days and
1 hour from San Francisco, docked at
the new Brewer wharf at 4:30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon with a very small
passenger list. Of the nine passengers
'two were deported Jnpanese, sent
back under the new Immigration law.
Four line dray horses arrived for the
California Feed Co. Cargo includes
machinery for the Honolulu Iron
Works and cold storage goods.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
We cater for the gents trade and in our store you will find the
latest styles in hats, ties, shirts, collars, etc.
JAPANESE GOODS such as silk pajamas, kimwios, cushion
covers, always on lmud.
-Jiiiff Stroot near Ditliol. Honolulu.
1 , The Mails 1
OUTOOING
For San Francssco, per S. S. Asia,
August 9.
For S. F., per Hilonlan, Aug. 13.
For S. F., Alameda, August 14.
For Orient, per Manchuria, Aug, 15.
For Vlotorln, per Aorangl, Aug. 24.
For Colonist), por Mnnnlm, Aug- 21
INCOMINQ.
From X. v., por Manoliiiiln, Auk. 14.
From Orient, per Asln, Aug. 0.
Pram Vloloiln, per Mnmiliii, Aim. JH.
IASSENGERS.
Arrived.
Per M. N. S. S. Hilonlan, August 8,
from San Francisco Mrs. J. MacPher
son, Mrs. J. Robinson, Miss R. Thomp
son, N. Granger F. Fugumoto and wife,
H. J. Day Miss Baker Miss Turner.
Per O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, Aug
ust 9, from San Francisco: J. C. Ad
ams, A. D. Baldwin, Mrs. Baldwin and
child, Mrs. M. h. Bettls, Miss C. F.
Bonschall, Mrs. C. English, J. J. Foh-
stall, A. Freles, Miss N. T. Harring
ton, Allan Herbert, Mrs. Herbert, Mrs.
A. D. Hills, Mrs. E. S. Hutchlns, Claude
King, E. D. Marshall, Mrs. D. G. May,
G. Miller, S. A. Mllles, Miss 'Si. D.
RIggins, R. W. Robinson, W. H. Smith,
Master Smith, L. M. Toussalnt, Capt.
K. Van Oterendorp, Mrs. E. T. Weath
erred, Mrs. E. Williams, Miss Nj B.
Winston.
Departed.
Per S. S. Mlkahala August 8 for
Kauai ports Miss M. Deane, Miss J.
T. Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. R.
Ross, M. Henmlngsen, J. D. White, H.
D. Kahelae, E. Kopke, Miss Jessie
Mossman, W. E. Wall, T .R. Robinson
Miss Necke, Miss Stephen, Yae Kul,
Chlng Sing.
Booked.
S. S. .Mauna Loa, August, 9, for
Maul and Hawaii ports Rev. J. Ke
klpl, W. C. AchI, Mrs. J. H. Davis,
Miss Gilbert, Mrs. C. F. Linder, Geo.
W. Carr, Dr. H. S. Appenhlmer, U
Akana, P. L. Horne and wife, Miss A,
Muller, Miss G. Muller, Master Horne.
Miss Horne, Charles Cowan.
Per M. N. S. S. Hilonlan, August 13,
for San Francisco Jos. Morgan and
wife, J. S. Andrade and wife, R. 1
Johns, Mrs. S. S. Kotlnsky, and Infant,
Mrs. N. Cheney, Miss E. A. Carlson,
Miss F. Pathburn, Miss E. M. Harm,
Miss M. E. Morgan, Wong Hin, M.
Rosenbladt, Miss Ethel Paris, Miss E.
J. Baker, Miss E. Liehu, Mrs. D. Evans
and daughter, A. H. S. Chuck, G. W.
Chamberlain, Miss A. J. Chamberlain
P. Peck and servant, Mrs. P. Bone and
child, Miss mlnnle L. Evans and
mother, Miss L. Peck, H. H. Burrell
and wife, J. Martin, L. E. Ryder, Mrs.
Cutting and five children, Miss Edna
Henry, Miss B. King, Dr. L. R. Gas
par, H. E. Savage, Fred Shingle, Dr.
Brackett, A. H. Jungclaus, Miss H. S.
Young Charles Lee Miss B. Jenkins,
Mrs. S. Hammond, Gus Meckfessen, M.
A. Grant.
Per S. S. Claudlne, August 9, for Ha
wall and Maul ports: Mrs. H. Murray,
Miss M. Turner, Miss Simpson, A. M.
bimpson, Mrs. John McPhearson.
Per S. S. Alameda, August 14, for
San Francisco: C. A. Nelson and wife,
rs. J. B. Smith. Mrs. F. A. Alexander,
Mrs. Giles, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alex
ander, Mrs. H. J. Johnston and 3 chil
dren, Dr. and Mrs. Brinckerhoff, H. H.
Pilling and wife, Miss Spensley, G. D
Edwards, wife and son, Wong Hfn, A
N. S. Ahchuclc, D. F. E. Yorkinan, B.
H. Skinner, Miss E. Paris, Miss ST.
Amoy, W. C. Carden, H.J. Johnston,
A. A. Young and wife, Mrs. Cohen
Miss M. Johnson, Mrs. J. H. Craig,
Miss Arnold, Miss Kamp, Misses (2)
Eames, Miss Smith, H. E. Cooper W.
M. Cooper, J. H. Pratt, R. W. T. Pur
vis and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. A
Dicky, Miss Dicky, Miss Burr, Miss
Burnham, Mrs. Kotlnsky and child
Miss Bushnell, Miss Jones, Miss New
ton, Mrs. B. Howe, Mrs. Plagomann
Miss M. Berger, Miss Thomas, Miss
Warren, Miss E. Matthew, M. A. Grant
G. Meckfusel, J T McCrosson, Mrs Ber
ger, Miss Patterson, Miss Cheney, Mrs,
Griffin, Miss "Benjamin, Miss A. Gay,
Mrs. E. Baker, R. R. Hind, L. Hind
H. O. Gray. J. A. Vogh, Prof. W. W,
THE DOCTOR AWAY FROM. HOME
WHEN MOST NEEDED.
People are often very much disap
pointed to find that their family phy
sician is away from homo when they
most need his services. Diseases like
cramp colic and diarrhoea requires
prompt treatment, and in many in
stances provo fatal before medicine
can bo produced or a physician sum
moned. Tho right way Is to keep at
hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. No
physician can prescribe a better medi
cine for these diseases. Sold by all
Dealers Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
for Hawaii.
Troggart, A. II, Hanchott, W. O,
CrolRliton, Mrs. Thomas Prlmo, J. l,lt
tlo, II. 8. Gny and wife, Johannes Kuo
line. nr. J. IS. Stuhbs, D. L. Austin, Mr.
nml Mrs. (Jodd&rd, W. U Warren, w.
It. CiiNlininn, 0, M. Jlorliort. R, 1)
Kingsbury, U, 8, Inspectors of Hulls
Every new-made "Sir" In Britain can
hear the trees and bushes asking
What did it cost?"
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KIKKOTEN
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The attention of Plantation Managers is called to this brand ol
Soy. Years of experience have brought it to the front and it now
ranks as the best Soy in the market.
EL. YAMAMOTO
SOLE AGENT.
25 Hotel Street near Nuuariu. Telephone Main 399.
Before You Cuius Back
to town for the winter have OAS installed
in your house. There will be more com
fort and less heat in the kitchen and better
meals on the table. v
111
IS DHDB"
(Continued from Page One).
llsgulsed as a potato. Sam Davis
was reported to be In his theater hid
ing in the base drum. Pat McGushin
was believed to have taken some of
his own brew and was believed to have
turned his toes to the celling shortly
afterwa'rd. Dan Coleman, who, while
an undetected Supervisor used to cover
himself with glue in order that any
thing in the way of currency would
stick to him, was. supposed to have
used too much glue, so much that he
was stuck to the wall of his room
and unable to get away in time for the
meeting.
The good dogs were kennelled In the
ante-room as they came into the cham
bers of the Board of Supervisors.
Gassey Kelley was led Into the room
yelping like a young pup in a strange
house. Despite the advice of the rest
of tho pack he had made up his mind,
or whatever corresponds to a mind in
his makeup, that he would make a
scene.
"I have done no wrong,' said Gassey
as the anesthetic began to work upon
him. "I was elected by the pee-pul and
I am willing to serve the pee-pnl that
elected me."
Fred Nicholas laughed and even the
rest of the canines smiled faintly,
The pee-pul elected me," sobbed
Gassey. "I will stand by the pee-pul
I won't sign any form of reslgnashun
Got reslgnashun here. Fixed It up nil
by myself. Besh reshlgnashun was ever
wrote written by anybody that ever
liver. Thash was I feel about thish
thing. I stand by the pee-pul. I ra-
shlgn under protest, and under Intlm-
lmtimldate Intlmldashuns. Thash rl.'
Then District Attorney William H
Langdon spoke gently but firmly to the
bad dog. In a graphic way the District
Attorney ilpscvli.td a retreat aero is the
bay to which ba.1 dogs were sent. The
bad dogs ara cut allowed to roam tho
hills but each o,' them .stays In his o. n
little kennel and picks jute and makes
pretty bags or else he makes pretty
things out of reck.
When the Dlstilct Attorney had con
cluded Gassey decided that the pom J
authorities c-ouli' do their worst. Any
thing was Letter than that retre.it
across the bay. He even forgot hie
duty to the p-)e-pul and decided to do
as the other dogs did.
And the lasl wcrds of Gassey Kelly
were: "I threw down the pee-pul. 1
am an outcast now." Then he went
out for more oiii'slhetlcs for the opera
tion was vol painful.
A large gathering attended both ses
sions of tho board to see the good dogs
die. Myrtlle Cerf was among those who
came prepared to grin at the last
writhing of the caclnles. There was also
a fair representation of tho decent ele
ment who came to witness tho denn
ing ot nn Institution that was consider
ably dlrtlor than the Augean stables.
The quartet of good dogs who nn
noiinc'inl that thoy would not resign
umdo up their mlmls to keep tlinlr
words hut Ssuret Horvlnu Agent Burns
sent 11 pound wagon nf tor them, Tilt)
fnreMi uulilnd tlioin did not oulln sun-
The Honolulu Gas
Company, Ltd.
jBISHLOjE street
J
I OF BEER WILL ALWAYS DECIDE Q fKL JKI
Hello! Hello!!
WE JUST WANT TO REMIND YOU THAT WE HAVE FAT
LARGE HEALTHY
SQUABS
JUST THE THING FOR YOUR DINNER.
ORDER TODAY. TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
TRY US ON AN
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
Tel, Again 251.
ceed In blocking the progress of the
clean-up.
Before the resignations were signed
the frightened bowwows had again to
be reassured that their immunity con
tracts would protect them. District
Attorney Langdon assured them that
they would not have to ;Ick jute if
they lived up to them, and thoy were
satisfied.
They go back to private life with
lots of bones to pick, the good dogs.
Even Tom Lonergan, who is supposed
to have lost his loot in a mattress
which has not fireproof, has something
9eft. During the wait yesterday a
friend addressed him thus: "Tom, you
didn't lose it all In that mattress, did
you?"
Tho good dog winked and pointed
0110 paw In tho direction of his loft
eye.
"Then take my advice, Tom," said
the frlond. "You take what you'vo got
left nnd go to some little Island and
grow up with It
Whim somebody Inquired of a frlond
of Sum Davis an to tho truth of tho
talu Hint ho wiim hiding In tho drum,
tlip frlond replied: "Well, tlio pwplo
wanted the ovsrliwnl trolley, nnyliow."
marked "I wish thl:j was over; 1 ha't
to leave my bartende" alone with tho
cash register, and. he Is something ot
a politician."
Supervisor Rea said: "The Mission
road must be fixed before the rains set
in. When we want water then we
vote for water. The next day wo don't
want water, and we don't vote for
water, But everybody is knockers, if
I have a little real estate business with
Mr. Ruef then everybody says he is a
grafter. Everybody is knockers."
Walsh said nothing. He has said
nothing since he was on the board and
he went out without breaking his long
silence.
The last epigram sprung by Fred
Nicholas as the good dogs were
shoveled Into tho dumps wub "Well
wo got ours."
HEADACHE
Froquont, or periodical lieaJuciies,
wonkon tho brain, nnd vory often ex
tinguish tho light of roason. Dr, Mlloa-Antl-Paln
Pills will euro Uoadacho
quickly, by gppthlnB tho Irrltatod norv
os of tho itrnln. They nlso prpvont
pain It takqn wlion first BymptomB of
liondauliQ nppear, 25 dpses, 26a, Nov
During the wait Supervisor Fmey re.r sold In linlk.
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