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TMM HAWAIIAN UTAH 1IKI'A1 JANIAMT II. IWW eeai.ic Steamship Company SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE Alameda Schedule AMtlVM HONQI.l'U LMAVK HONOLULU. iliiiHllf" IAN .1 H t AI.AMBOA 4AM. N AbAIMOA VKl 14 H A LAM Ml) A MM. II iL AUikMMDA MAR. S S. AIAMWUA MAR. U 1. jLLAJMDA MAR 27 H S. AUAMMOA ... . .AMI. I VERDU E BARK 1 L r r r "rr r I I r- I I ir Htrun tu yytLL la aMMMtk wttt the mum 1 tU shore steMMr, tin Aftttti m BafM4l tO IMM tO IHMBlBf )MINKI OMftOK tfcrtik UcMtC T V ratfcWMl troa Sao Francisco to nil points In the Unit4 Stetee, mi troM New York by steamship Una to all Ruropean Porta. FOR FURiHBR I'AR'llCl'LARB. APPLY TO W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd AGENTS FOR THE OCEANIC S 8. CO. Canadian-Australian Rcyal Mail Sieamship Co Steamers ot the above line running m connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY Between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and sailing at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. DUB AT HONOLULU ON OR ABOUT TUB DATES BELOW STATED, VIZ: FOR AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER. 190S. 1308. MOANA JAN. 11 MIOWBRA JAN. S MIOWBRA FBB. 8 AORANGI FEB. 5 AOHANGI MAIL 7 MOANA MAR. 4 CALLING AT SUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES. Theo. H Da vies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agents American - Hawaiian Steamship Company FROM NEW YORK TO HONOLULU. Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec. Fralgat received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, South Brooklyn. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN CISCO DIRECT. S. S. NEBRASKAN. .TO SAIL FEB. 27 FK.OM SAN FRANCISCO TO HONO LULU DIRECT. S. S. MEXICAN. . . . .TO SAIL JAN. 23 Freight received at Company's wharl Greenwich street. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU. S. S. NEBRASKAN.. TO SAIL JAN. 18 ?. S. NEVADAN. . . .TO SAIL JAN. 2? For further information apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolulu C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. flATSON 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 and arriving on or aoout the following dates: Leave S. F. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. JAN. 15 JAN. 22 JAN. 23 FEB. 12 FEB. 19 FEB. 25 MAR. 11 MAR. 18 MAR. 24 MAY C MAY 13 MAY 19 PASSENGER RATES TO SAN FRANCISCO: FIRST CABIN, $C0.O0. ROUND TRIP, FIRST CLASS, 5110.00. For Further Particulars, Apply To Castle & Cooke Limited, Agents Union-Pacific Transfer Co., Ltd FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING. Baggage Shipping Storage Wood Packing Coal 58 (For aMIUoBtl eoe later tolpplBk' ttt SMftf t, I tt I.) Til) US, MJN AMI MOO. Last attarier of the Mora Jan. Mtfe. i t 4 a. a.; it. iK .!:.;. 4:M SI ! I:H it :4T to m tl TtOSl 25 P.M. I0:t 11:11' 1.5 l.'t I..1 1 I Tiff i-M A. M, 7:17 IMS JIl'S llW tm M:lt M1:4S :M h fllIMftWI;44 .m f)lWI:l' W:W A. M, ll!SKS:W5:W 11 :w I J . M7i &S8 4 M:m 6:tt, 0:01 Times of the tide are taken from the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey table-. The tides at Kahului and Ililo occur about one hour earlier than at Honolulu. Honolulu standard time Ip 10 hours 30 minutes slower than Green wich time, being that of the meridian ot 157 degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle blows at 1:30 p. ni. which is the samo as Greenwich, 0 hours, 0 min utes. The Sun and Moon arc for local time for the whole group. t :, . i rl ho Mails $ ffv OUTOOIMO. Fur Shu Fran., per HIIoImn, Jhii. n. For Sen Francisco, per HeglBMr Muni, January 11. INCOMING. From Man Fran., per Hlknilati. Jan. . From Yokohama iwr Hongkong Mara Jnn SI. , From Victoria per Miowenn Fab. S. U. S. A. TRAXI'ORTS. Thomas at Manila. Logan nt San Fran. Buford at San Fran. Shorninn left Hon. for Manila, Jan. 15. Dlx loft Hon. for Manila, Jan. 20. Sheridan repairing at Mare Island. Waircn at Manila. Crook loft Nugasaki Jan. 9. ARRIVING. Monday January 20. T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mam, Gicene, from San Francisco, 3:10 p. m. Tuesday, January 21. Am. bkt. Hawaii, Gundorscn, 71 days from Newcastle, off port at 7 a. m.; leaves for Mukawoll p. m. S. S. Mauna Lou, Slmcrson, from Ha waii and Maui; 0.20 a. m. ft To ATTRACT THE JAPANESE TRADE advertise In THE DAILY ND?PU JIJI, the most popular and widely circulated evening pt.por among the Japanese colony. JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY with either language of Japanese, Chi. nese, Korean or English. The Nippu Jiji Co., Ltd., Phone Main 48. Y. SOGA, Manager. TURE, WEATHER BUREAU. The following data, covering a period of 33 years, have been compiled from the McKibbln and Weather Bureau re cords at Honolulu, T. II. They are Is sued to show the conditions that havo prevailed, during the month in ques tion, for the above period of years, but must not bo construed as a forecast of the weather conditions for the coming month. Month January for 33 years. TEMPERATURE. (1890-1907.) Mean or normal temperature 71 deg. The warmest month was that of 1SD8 with an average ot 72 deg. Tho coldest month was that ot 1905 with an average of C7 deg. Tho highest temperature was 84 deg. on tho 19th. 1S91. Tho lowest temperature was 51 deg. on tho 27th 189b. PRECIPITATION. (Rain, 20 years, 1878-94, 1905-7.) Average for the month, 3.53 inches. Averaze number of days with ..01 of an inch or more, 13. The greatest monthly precipitation was 12.44 Inches in 1907. The least monthly precipitation was 0.17 inch in 1S7S. The greatest amount of precipita tion recorded in any 24 consecutive hours was 5.20 inches on the 25th, 1879. RELATIVE HUMIDITY Average 9 a. m. 72 per cent; average 9 d. m. 78 per cent; (1890-1901). Aver age 8 a. m. 72 per cent; average 8 p. m. 74 per cent 1905-7. CLOUDS AND WEATHER. (1890-1907.) Average number of clear days, II; partly cloudy days, 14; cloudy days, 6 WIND. (Direction, 23 years, velocity 3 years.) (1875-94. 1905-7.) The prevailing winds are from the NE. Tho average hourly velocity ot the wind is 8.5 mUra (1905-7.) The highest velocity of the wind was 43 miles from tho SW on the 18th 190C, (1907-7.) Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of issue. December 31, 1907. 9 o'clock averages from records ot Territorial Meteorologist; 8 o'clock averages from Weather Bureau re cords. WM. B. STOCKMAN, Section Director, Weather Bureau. DEPARTING. Monday, January 20. U. S. A. T. Dix, Ankers, for Manila, 5:15 p. m. T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Mai, Greene, for the Orient, 10 p. in. S. S. Niihau, Oness, for Ka.iai ports, 5:15 p. m. S. S. Keauhou, TuUctt, for Kauai 5 li. m. Tuesday, January 21. S. S. Kinau. Nelson, for Hilo ana way ports, noon. S. S. Iwalani, Seir, for Maui and Mo lokai, 5 p. m. S. S. W. G. Hall, Thompson, for Kauai, 5 p. ra. S. S. Manshu Maru, for Yokohama, 12 m. ARIKONAN HAW . KHHKI, WHICH IN llttINd HKINBI'KKI) IN MAN FRANCISCO A big Imrk loomed up with the day Hint on Friday iiuiniltm lat n- awuNC like a orlmwnied and ullilwl bird Into the vision of the lookout MlMMrd the AmerloHU'lIawullan S. N. Arinutmn which arrived here from San Fraiiolaoo Saturday evening. As daylight strengthened the look out made out the signal: JSNV. Cap tain Tajiley waa notified that a lark was sjieuklng tho freighter and a rot oronee to the code revealed tho fact that alio was the American bark Levi (1. Burgess. Shu was standing (o tho northeast and the Arlzonnn was hur rying to Honolulu. When sighted the Burgess was sev-onty-flve dsys out of Nowcnstle, Aus tralia, bound for San Francisco with 2100 tons of eonl for ilnd, Rolph. Sho hnd boon posted In San Frnuclsco, when tho Arlzonau sailed, as overdue. In speaking the Arlzonnn. Captain Jonson of tho Burgess askou to bo re ported and signalled that all was well witli ships and crew. She has pro nbly boon fighting head winds nnd heavy seas. Built at Thomaston, Ma ine, In 1S77, tho Burgess is a vessel ot 1 01C tons gross and 1,475 net. American barkentluc Hawaii, for this port, 13 71 days out of Nowcastlo and some anxiety is being felt for hero. - H A N A I Are yen aware ef the fast that Banzai Tea It the only tea that will appeal to one taite? It will soothe, refresh and Invlaorate you and prevent that tired feeling. Banzai Biscuits are so well known that they need no Introduction, They sell on their merits. SOLD ONLY BY w 1 if I f f ! ! K. Yamamoto - WHOLESALE MERCHANT. Hotel Street near Nuuanu. Also sole agent for Bunmei Best Soy Fuji Dai No. 1 Soy BANZAI FOREIGN Hotel Street near Nuuanu. TAR Printing Office For years the Star's printing office has been a busy place. We have gained a reputation for doing good work at fair prices and delivering the Job when promised. Few printing offices can make a similar claim. With addition to our plant we are In a better condition than ever to handle commercial printing. Our three Linotypes are at your service for book and brief work. If you are not a 8tar customer, send us a trial order; you will be pleased with the result Star Printing Office McCandless Building. Telephone 365 PASSENGERS. Arrived. Per S. S. Mauna Loa, January 21, from Hawaii and Maui: Mrs. K. Wil son, J. D. Dole, A. C. Baumgarten, Mrs. Baumjirten, M;rs. M. A. Jackson, Father Reginald,, Rev. O. H. Gullck, Rev. F. S. Seudder, Antono Gaspar, C. C. Fall; F. B. McStocker, Mrs. M. P. Mattoa, O. M. Kekuemano, J. D. Paris ,J. A. Maguire, Mrs. J. A. Magoou, Sam Parker. D. Kawananakoa, L. M. Bald win, L. M. Vetlcson, A. Tavarea, J. L Cornwell, E. M. Watson, U. K. Knhau lelio; deck 07. Departed. Per S. S. Kinau, January 21, for Hilo and way ports iars. S. Kapaiua, Missus Lily and Hattie Kapabua, Mrs. Ken nedy, Mrs. Ramsays, Bishop Moore, Uov. J. W. Wadman, Miss Chapln, R. J. Lillio and wife, E. V. Bond, J. O. Young, C. M. Cooke. Bookea. Per S. S. W. G. Hall, January 21, for Kauai: J. Nevins, W. D. McBryde. SHIPPING NOTES 79 i Shipping in Port 4 (Army and Navy.) U. S. S. Iroquois, Carter, Johnson Island, Aug. 30. (Steamships.) Jap. S. S. Manchu Maru, Yokohama, Dec. 18. A.-H. S. S. Arlzonan, Tapley, San Francisco, Jan. 18. S. S. W. S. Porter, Macdonald, Mon terey, Jan. 20. (Sailing Vessels). Am. bkt. Kllkltat, Cutler, Port Gam ble, Dec. 30. Am. bit. S. C. Allen, Wilier, Gray's Harbor, Jan. 7. Am. sc. Eva, Rasmussen, Eureka, Jan. 14. Am. bkt. Coronado, Potter, Sau Fran cisco, Jan. 15. Fr. sp. Hocho, Lo Maitie, Hamburg, Jan. 1C. Am, sc. W. H. Marston, Pcabody, San Francisco. Jan. 16. Am. sc. Robert Lowors, Underwood, Gray's Harbor, Jan. 19. God created man first, then woman and second thoughts aro best. It virtuo is Its own reward partlence must be a poverty-stricken virtue, Four big white winged freighters sailed from the Golden Gate yesterday, bound in a race to the Hawaiian Isl ands. All were towed to sea almost at tho same time, and as they stood off ror tho southern port under full sail they looked like a covey of nugo birds. The vessels contending for victory belong to the merchant marine. Two of them are big four-masted ships, one a bark and ono a barkeutlno. Tne ves&ols in the run are the four masted ship Ersklne M. Phelps, 2,700 tons reg ister, command of Captain Graham; big four masted ship Fort George, command of Captain Fullerton; bark entino Irmgard, command of Captain Christenson, and the bark Gerard C. Toby, commanded by Captain Scott, as tho dlstanco they will cover will be nearly 3,000 miles, shipping circle will watch with Interest the result of tho time made by the different ships. It is reported that several wagers were made yesterday as to tho result. Call. MAUNA LOA'S FREIGHT. S. S. Mauna Loa brought the follow ing freight from Hawaii and Maui ports this morning: 2,040 bags sugar, 1721 bags coffee, 07 bags taro, 44 bags beans, 11 bags awa, 21 bags ginger, 3 bales tobacco, 20 barrels oranges, 24 cases oranges, 5 barrels and G cases dried fish 5 cases eggs, 4 cases limes, 12 cases preservies, 85 buncho bananas, 12 kegs butter, 4 bundles hides, 7 hogs, 12 crates chickens 2 crates turkeys, 3 crates pigs, 30 head cattlo, 10 calves, 2 horses, 125 packages sundries. STEAMERS TO ARRIVE, Date. Name. From. JAN. 3 Asia Yokohama 21 Nippon Maru... San Francisco 22 Hilonian San Francisco 21 Hongkong Maru. . .Yokohama j 21 Alameda San Francisco ; 28 Asia San Francisco FEB. 5 Aorangi Sydney 5 Mongolia Sun Francisco 8 Korea Yokohama S Miowera Victoria 11 Alameda San Francisco 14 America Maru Yokohama 18 Hongkong Maru..S Francisco 19 Hilonian San Francisco 22 Siberia Yokohama 29 China Yokohama MAR. 2 Korea San Francisco 4 Moana Sydney C Alameda San Francisco 7 Manchuria Yokohama 7 Aorangi Victoria 10 America Maru. San Francisco 13 Nippon Maru Yokohama 1G Siberia faan Francisco 18 Hilonian San Francisco 21 Asia Yokohama 23 China San Francisco 27 Alameda San Francisco 2S Mongolia Yokohama 30 Manchuria. . ..San Francisco STEAMERS TO DEPART. Date. Isaiiic. For. JAN. 3 Asia San Francisco 21 Nippon j. aru Yokohama 24 Hongkong Maru.S. Francisco 28 Hilonian San Francisco 25 Asia Yokohama 29 Alameda.' San Francisco FEB. 5 Aorangi Victoria 5 Mongolia Yokohama 8 Korea San Francisco S Miowera Sydney 14 America Maru.. San Francisco 18 Hongkong Maru... Yokohama 19 Alamed San Francisco 22 Siberia San Francisco 25 Hilonian San Francisco 29 China San Francisco MAR. 2 Korea Yokohama 4 Moana Victoria 7 Manchuria San Francisco 7 Aorangi Sydney 10 America, Mnru . . . . Yokohama 11 Alameda San Francisco 13 Nippon Maru... San Francisco 10 Siberia Yokohama 21 Asia San Francisco 23 China Yokohama 24 Hilonian San Francisco 28 Mongolia San Francisco 30 Manchuria Yokohama U. S. A. Transports will leave for San Francisco and Manila, and will arrive from same ports at Irregular intervals. Calling at Manila. new lighthouse districts, one for Alaska and one for the Hawaiian and other islands. Representative Engelbright today introduced a bill for tho erection of a lighthouso and fog signal station at Punta Gorda. PEARY'S VESSEL, THE ROOSEVELT READY NEW YORK, December 31. The sho returned from the Arctic, but in steamer Roosevelt, tn which Com- now practically rebuilt. munder Robert E. Peary will start for A fll?"1 ,te3t f the M- , , tion will bo mnde In a few days, after the North Pole in May, has been tin- which she wlII tlo up at a pIer ln dorgolng a thorough overhauling. The North River until Mr. Peary is ready Roosevelt was badly battered when to take her to tho Arctic HflrriniiTUH Hi Mill If EUROPE SUGAR FOR SHIPMENT. Honokaa 5,500 bags; Kukalau, 4,000; Paauhau 14,000; Paullo ti00; Monuapo, 2,500. NEW LIGHTHOUSE DISTRICTS. WASHINGTON, January 11. Tho Committee on Commerco and Labor has recommonded the creation of two JAPAN BUSY IN THE FAR EAST. PARIS, January 8. The Echo de Paris today prints an interview em anating, it says, from an "authorized Japaneso source," with tho object or showing that Japan Is so absorbed with tho maintenance of Asia that war with America is Impossible, "Tho entire attention of Japan," says tho Interview, "is taken up wita China and Corean developments. Chi na has Just dismissed a number ot Jnpaneso instructors, who havo been replaced with Germans. The Manchu rlan situation is full of complications. NEW YORK, January 15. Ferdinand ed today ho did not know whore Fer- Plnnoy Earl, of "affinity" fame, has do- dinand had gone, nor did he know the horted the United States and taken up whereabouts of Mlsa Kuttner. D. G. his abode in Italy. Miss Julia Kutt- Smith, undo of tho Earles, admitted ner, his soul-sister, for whom ho dis- tnat hot'1 Ferdinand and tho affinity carded his pretty young wife and their were auroa(1- child, is said to be somcwhero in Eu- . Mrs' Earlo who wtt3 oundled off to OI)0 also hor home in Paris by Earle, has not sued him for divorce, and her friends According to statements of Earle's think she will not. It Is stated that acquaintances today he is done with tho French court would not grant tho America. - decree. Mrs, Earlo Is represented as Hiss brother, Victor M. Earle, declar- a heart-broaen woman. China demands tho immediate Integral railroad to Foukoumen by way ot application of tho treaty of Ports- Hslnmlntln. on tho ground that the inouthj which would deprive Japaneso Peking agreement or 1900 stipulated of tho possibility ot exercising an effl- that China should not construct a caclous infiuenco In Manchuria." Jap- parallel lino injurious to Japaneso In- an opposes tho extension of tho Peking terosts.