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irwo THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1008. A. Oceanic Steamship Company AKIUVB HONOLULU. LEAVE HONOLULU. ALAMEDA SEPT. 11 ALAMEDA SEPT. 1U ALAMEDA OCTOBER 2 ALAMEDA OCTOBER 7 ALAMEDA OCTOUEIt 23 ALAMEDA OCTOD13II 23 SHiPPIN 1 G INTELLiGENC TIDKH, SUN AN1 MOON. Last Qunrfcr of tho Moon, Aug. lSth. On and alter June 24th, 1908, tho SALOON KATES between Honolulu and Ban Francisco will be as IoIIowb: ' ROUND TRIP, $110.00. SINGLE PARE, 65jOO. In connecUon with the Balling of the abo'e steamers, the AgenU are . prepared to Issue to Intending passengers coupon through tickets ty any railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United States and from New York by steamship line to all European Ports. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS, APPLY TO W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd AQENTS FOR THE OCEANIC 8 CO. Canadian-Australian Boyal Mail Steamship Co Steamers of the agove line runnlngg 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. FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER. Mixrmr SEPT. 19 MARAMA SEPTEMBER 16 MARAMA OCTOBER 16 AORANGI OCTOBER 14 Will call at Fanning Island. CALLING AT OUVA, FIJI, ON BOTH UP AND DOWN VOYAGES Theo. H Da-vies & Co.vLtd., Gen I Agents American - Hawaiian Steamship Company From New York lo Honolulu Weekly Sailings via Tehuantepec Freight received at ull times at the Company's wharf, 41st Street, South Brooklyn. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRAN CISCO. ALASKAN TO SAIL SEPT. 14 VIRGINIAN TO SAIL OCTOBER 5 FROM SAN FRAN. TO HONOLULU ARIZONAN TO SAIL SEPT. 7 COLUMBIAN TO SAIL SEPT. 23 Freight received at Company's wharf Greenwich Street. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA TO HONOLULU. ALASKAN TO SAIL AUGUST 30 VIRGINIAN TO SAIL SEPT. 20 H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents, Honolulu. C. P. Morse, General Freight Agent. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co. Toyo Kisen Kaisha S. S. Co. tamern of the above companies t on or about the dates mentioned FOR THH ORIENT. NIPPON MARU SEPT. 6 ASIA SEPT. 15 MONGOLIA SEPT. 21 HONGKONG MARU....;OCTOBER 2 KOREA OCTOBER 12 AMERICAN OCTOBER 27 SIBERIA NOVEMBER 2 will call at Honolulu and leave this below: FOR SAN FRANCISCO. TENYO MARU SEPT. 9 KOREA SEPT. 21 AMERICAN MARU ....OCTOBER 2 SIBERIA OCTOBER 12 CHINA OCTOBER 17 MANCHURIA OCTOBER 24 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO H. HACKFELD CO. LTD riATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. S. S. HILONIAN SEPT. 2ND. SEPT 8 TH S. S. HILONIAN SiiPT. 30TH OCT. ff'TH S. S. HILONIAN OCT. 18TH NOV. 3RD S. 'S. HILONIAN NOV. 25TH DEC 1ST S. S. HILONIAN DEC. 23RD . DEC. 29TH I 1 " PASSENGER KATES TO SAN FRANCESCO: FIRST CABIN, $60.00. ROUND TRIP, FIRST CABIN, 5110.00. Castle & Cooke Limited, Agents 122 to II n . Phone ksi UnlOn-raGlTIG TrmferCo. 58 Furniture carefully packed and safely stored or shipped to any point Wo understand the buslnesd thorougblyand save you from annoyances caused by Inexperienced workmen. WHEREVER Electric Light is employed not only is full and efficient illumination secured, but artistic and beautiful effects are gained as may not be with any other artificial illu-illuminant. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd King Street near Alakea. P. O. Box 144. Telephone 390.' 4) 3 H-3 31 rV. M. 0:35 ':30 8:35 0 55 11:10 P. M 12:10 1:05' 1.H 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.0 1.8 19 .31. 6:15 7:37 8:30 10:45 A.M. 0:30 e- A.M. 0:03 0:40 1:18 2.05 3.20 4:30 5:40 i. at. 12:28 5:44 0:14' 9:37 l:s 5:44 0:13' 3:20 5:44 6:12 0:00' 7:18 5:450:11 8:00 10:14 10:55 II HI 5:45 0:10, 5:45 OH D:33 8:38l5:4V '6:00. 1:32 Times of the tide are taken from the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey ta bles. The tides at Knhulul and Hllo occur about ono hour earlier than at Honolulu. Honolulu standard time Is 10 hours 30 minutes Blower 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. Tho Sun and Moon are for local time for tho whole group. I Shipping in Port (Army and Navy). U. S. S. Iroquois ,Moses, station tug. Jap. training ship Tasel Mam, S. F., Furuya, Aug. 25. U. S. Pacific fleet cruisers West Vir ginia (flagship), Maryland, Pennsyl vania, Tennessee, California, South Dakota and Washington; supplyshlp Solace; and destroyers Whipple, Hop kins, Hull, Truxton, Preble, Perry and Stewart; from S. F Sept. 2. (Steamship.) A.-H. S. S. Texan, S. F., Sept. 2. (Sailing -r-essets.) Br. bk. Carrao-dle, Smith, Newcastle, July 20. Ger. sp. Alexander Iscnberg, Behr lng, Hamburg, Aug. Id. Am. bk. Andrew Welch, Kelley, S. F., Aug. 27. The Mails 1 INCOMING. From S. F., Nippon Maru, Sept. 5. From S. F., Hllonlan, Sept. 2. From S. K., Texan, Sept. 3. From Orient, Tanyo Maru, Sept. 9. OUTGOING. For S. F., Hllonlan, Sept. S. For S. F Tenyo Maru, Sept. 9. For Orient, Nippon Maru, Sept. 5. U. S. A. TRANSPORTS. Thomas left lion, for Manila, July 15. Logan at San irran. Buford at S. F. Dlx left Hon. for Seattle, Aug. 26. Sherman at S. F. Warren at Manila. Crook at Nome. Sheridan left Hon., for Manila, Aug. 13. THE LOG-BOOK LOS ANGELES, August 18. Becauso members of the naval militia were barred from the dance hall at Avalon, Catallna Island, July 3, last, Adjutant General Lauck, by direction of Gover nor Glllctt, has issued an order pro hibiting either the militia or tho Na tion Guard from landing at Catallna Island while the Island is under Its present ownersnip and management. Concluding the order, General Lauck says: "Especially does the Governor com pliment you for withdrawing youjr ship and command from Avalon be cause of tho gratuitous Insult to the uniform of the navy of tho United States by excluding enlisted men from the dance hall for tho reason that they appeared In uniform.. "I join with the Governor In his sentiments herein expressed and fur ther inform you that In the future no organization of the National Guard or naval militia of this state will be per mitted by this department to land on Santa. Catallna Island under its pre sent ownership and managoment ex cept for purely necessary military purposes." 3 Texan San Francisco 6 Nippon Maru.. San Francisco 9 Tenyo Maru Yokohamn 11 Alumnda San Franclaco 15 Asia San Francisco 15 Marama Colonies 17 Virginian San Francisco 19 Manuka Victoria 21 Mongolia San Francisco 21 Korea Yokohama 22 Lurllne San Francisco Date. Name. For. Sept. 1 Lurllne San Francisco 5 Nippon Maru Yokohama 8 Hllonlan San Francisco 9 Tenyo Maru.... San Francisco 15 Asia "Yokohama 15 Marama Victoria 16 Alameda San Francisco 19 Alaskan San Francisco 19 Manuka Colonies 21 Mongolia Yokohama 21 Korea dan Francisco Calling at Manila. U. S. A. transports will leave for San Francisco and Manila, and will arrive from same ports at Irregular Intervals., U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL TURE, WEATHER BUREAU. MONTHLY METEOROLOGICAL SUMMARY. Station, Honolulu, T. H.; month, July, 190S. Temperature. Preclplta- Ch't:r Date. Max. Min. Mean. tlon. of day. The California Circuit Court of Ap peals has ruled as follows on the ques tion of delay in discharging a vessel; "Delay in discharging through de fault of the vessels does not entitle the charterer or consignee to damages, in the absence of a contract for delivery by a particular day, but simply extends the time within which tho discharge may be made without liability ot the charterer or consignee for demurrage." 1 fC ill SERVICES Date. Name. Sept 2 Hllonlan. From. .San Francisco 1. 2. 3. 4.. 5., G. 7. S., 9.. 10., 11., 12., 13.. 14., 15., 16., 17. 18.. 19., 20., 21., 22., 23. 24., 25., 2C., 27., 28., 29., 30. 31. .81 .80 .80 .80 .81 .80 ,.7C .80 .82 .80 .81 .81 .82 .82 .81 .82 .SI .79 .80 .81' .82 .84 .82 .81 .81 .81 .81 .82 .82 .61 .81 72 72 .72 72 Ul iZ G9 CS 72 75 72 72 74 74 74 74 73 G9 70 71 71 72 74 72 71 70 73 72 71 73 ' 72 7G 70 7G 7C 7G 70 75 74 77 7G 76 7fl 78 70 77 74 75 76 7G 7S 78 7G 76 76 77 77 76 77 7G O O o .01 o T .04 .05 o o o 0 o o o o o .01 T o o o o T .02 .03 O o '? T Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Cloudy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Cloudy Cloudy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Ft Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Cloudy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Clear Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy VX Cldy Pt Cldy Pt Cldy SHARE TO 111 JM ESTATE PHILADELPHIA BANKER ADOPTS A MAID WHO CARED FOR SICK WIFE. CHICAGO, August 23. To become the ndopted dnughter and joint heir of John H. Converse of Philadelphia, banker and financial manager of tho Baldwin Locomotive Works, Is the good fortune of Alice W. Page, for merly of Chicago, whose father, Peter Page, was a pioneer resident and real estate man of this city. Miss Page, who is 28 years old, has long been an Intimate friends of the Converse family and the chum and close companion of Mary Converse, the Phlladelphlan's daughter. Tho young women are now traveling In Europe. Before the death of Mrs. Converse, about two years ago, Miss Pago be came the invalid's nurse. Mr3. Con verse exacted a promise from her hus band that he would adopt Miss Page as his daughter. She was Immediately installed as a member of ithc house hold, but It was not until Saturday that Converse took tho necessary legal steps to change Miss Page's name to Alice W. Converse and make her a joint heir to his estate, which is esti mated at $10,000,000. Mean... 81.0 71.8 76.4 0.1G ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. (Reduced to sea level; inches and hundredths.) Mean, 30.05; highest, 30.11; dale, 22nd; lowest, 29.95; date, 29th. TEMPERATURE. Highest, 84; date, 22nd; lowest, 08; date, 8th. Greatest daily range, 12; date, 8th. Least dally range, 7; date, 15th. Mean for this month in 1890, 78; 1891, 79; 1892, 78; 1893, 77; 1894, 7G; 1895, 78; 189G, 78; 1897, 78; 1898, 77; 1S99, 78;. 1900, 79; 1901, 78; 1902, 78; 1903, 78; 1904, 78; 1905, 77; 1906, 78; 1907, 78; 1900, 7G. Mean of this month for 19 years, 77.7. Absolute .maximum for this month for 19 years, 88. Abscoluto minimum for this montn FROM MEXICO. The following pargraph was clipped from the "El Sol," a newspaper at Hermoslllo, Mexico; it being a part of a letter to the publisher from a friend: "On my last trip to my properties on the frontier, my beast fell with me to the ground, wounding me badly, but by a chance provision I had brought in my valise a flask of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after using it I was able to continue my journey the fol lowing day as If nothing had happen ed. I never tire of praising this po pular liniment or of recommending it." For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawaii. for 19 years, C3. Average dally deficiency of this month as compared with mean of 19 years, 1.3. PRECIPITATION. Total this month, 0.16; greatest pre cipitation in 24 nours, 0.09; date, 7th th. Total precipitation this month In 1877, 0.85; 1878, 0.03; 1879, 1.72; 1880, G.03; 18S1, 1.62; 1882, 0.34; 1883, 1.14; 1884, 1.38; 1885, 5.20; 1880, 1.19; 1905, 0.98; 1906, 1.42; 1907, 097; 1908, 0.16. Average of this month for 22 years, 1.37. Deficiency of this month as compar ed with average of 22 years, 1.21. Accumulated deficiency since Janu ary 1, 3.78. Average rel. humidity, GG.4 pet. WIND. Prevailing direction, NE.; total movement, G210 miles; average hour ly velocity, 8.3; maximum velocity (for five minutes) 25 miles per hour, from NE. on 21st. WEATHER. ! Number of days, clear, 1; partly cloudy, 26; cloudy, 4; on which .01 Inch, or more, of precipitation occur red ,G. MISCELLANEOUS PHENOMENA. (Dates of). Auroras, none, halos: solar, none; lunar, 10th; hall, none; thunderstorms, none. "T" Indicates trace of precipitation. WM. B. STOCKMAN, Section Director, Weather Bureau. WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN FOR THE WEEK ENDED AUGUST 22, 1908. , Honolulu, August 24, 1908. . GENERAL SUMMARY. The mean temperatures were generally slightly lower than those of the preceding week higher means being reported from the Hama kualoa, Hana and portions of the Wailuku districts of "Maui, the Kona7 Puna and the central portion of the Hilo districts of Hawaii, and the northern portion of the Puna district of Kauai.. Changes ranging 1.0 deg. to 3.9 deg. were reported from the Kau, eastern Puna and por tions of the Hilo districts of Hawaii, the central portion of the Wailuku district of Maui, the Waianac district of Oahu, and the Koolau and western portion of the Kona districts of Kauai. The rainfall was below the average of ten or more years at all sta tions on Oahu, and Kauai, and in the Kona, Kau, Puna and the south ern and central portions'of tha Hilo districts of Hawaii ; and above the average in the Kohala, Hamakua and extremely northern portion of the Hilo districts of Hawaii. The changes, in inches, in the several districts were: Hawaii Kohala and Hamakua -fo.77 to 1.10, extreme northern Hilo 1.45, central and southern Hilo 0.08 to 2.14, Puna and Kona 0.18 to 0.23, and Kau 0.78; Oahu 0.13 to 0.38, and Kauai 0.16 to 0.97. The total rainfall, in inches, for the week in the several districts was: Hawaii Kohala 1.53 to 2.18, Hamakua 2.40, Hilo 1.20 to 4.23, Puna 1.51 to 3.02, Kau 0.14, and Kona 1.63; Maui Koolau 2.61 to 5.13; Hamakualoa 0.43, Hamakuapoko 1.59, Hana 2.22, Kula 0..06, .Wailuku 0.00, and Lahaina 0.03; Oahu Koolauloa 018, Koolaupoko 0.05 to 1.06, Honolulu (lower levels) 0.01, and Waianae and Ewa (lower altitudes') 0.00; Kauai Koolau and Puna 0..16 to 0.31 and Kona 0.06 to 0.20; and Molokai 0.20. The rainfall was less than during ,the preceding week at all stations on Molokai, Kauai and Oahu, in all districts of Maui, excepting the Hamakualoa and Hana, and in the central portion of the Hilo district of Hawaii ; elsewhere there was more rain. The excesses oyer last week in the several districts were : Hawaii Kohala 0.38 to 0..59, Hamakua 1..43, northern and southern Hilo 0.75 to 2.43, Puna 1.12 to 1,61, Kau 0.14, and Kona 1.03, and Maui-r-Hana i.94, and Kula 0.06; and the deficiencies: Hawaii central Hilo 0.18 to 0.26; Maui Koolau and Lahaina 0.04 to 0.1 1, Hamakuapoko and Ha- 9 HAWAIIAN ra ! Mai iliiiiiiiiHtn Co., Beretania Street near Aala Street MANUFACTURERS OF MACARONI (HOI OOOB) and BUCKWHEAT (HOI SOU) o The largest and only Incorporated concern of ita kind in Honolulu. A new enterprlee launched by enterprising merchant!. K. Yamamoto RALES AGENT. 'I Tel. 399. Hotel tit. near Nuuanu. P. O. Box 810 9 a I STAR Printing -:- Office Ksr yaars the Star's printing office hat been a buiy place. Wo have pained a reputation for doing good work at fair prlcet 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 aro st your service for book and brief work. If you are not a 8tar customer, tend us q trial order; you will be pleased with the I Star Printing Office Mcuanaiesa Building Telephone 365 makualoa 0.65 to 0.87, and Wailuku 0.00 to 0.16; Oahu Waianae, Ewa, Koolauloa and Honolulu 0.09 to 0.56, and Koolaupoko 0.59 to 1.86; Kauai Koolau 1.38, Puna 0.72 to 0..92, eastern Kona 1.97 and western Kona 0.06; and Molokai 0.45. The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group: Temperature. Hawaii Maui , Oahu Kauai 73-1 deg. 75 'O deg. 76-7 deg. 76.2 dekr. Molokai 76.4 fog. Rainfall. .2.24 inches. 1. 00 inch. 0.22 inch. 0.18 inch. 0.20 inch. Entire Group 74.9 deg. 1.27 inches. At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau in Honolulu, clear to partly cloudy weather prevailed, with .01 inch of rainfall, .34 'below the weekly normal, and .56 less than during the preceding week. The maximum temperatu.re was 84 deg., minimum 7ideg ., and mean 77.0 deg., 1.8 deg. below the normal, and 0.2 deg. lower than last week's. The mean daily humidity ranged from 64 per cent to 73 per cent, and for the week the mean was 67.9 per cent. Northeasterly winds obtain ed on each day, with an average hourly velocity of 7.4 miles. The mean daily barometer ranged from .01 to .oG inch above the normal, and the mean for the week, 30.01 inches, was .03 inch above. U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. WEATHER BUREAU. The following data, rnvprlnor n twnVil nf - t,o.. 1 piled from McKibbin and the Weather. Bureau records at Honoullu, T. H. Thev are issued to show thf ronrlitinnc tlinf tin.m dunner the month in neustinn fnr thr nTi - - -1 j - w wi juua, uiik muo not be construed as a forecast of the weather conditions for the com ing J11UIUI1. Month of September for 33 years. TEMPERATURE. (1890-1907) 18 years. Mean or normal temperature, 78 deg. The warmest montlwas that of 1891, with an average of 80 deg. The coldest month was that of 1905, with an average of 77 'deg! , The highest temperature was 88 deg. on the 9th and 16th, 1800: 29, 1891; 14th, 1892; 10th, 1896; 12, 1900. The lowest temperature was 65 deg. on the 15th, 1890. ' PRECIPITATION'. (Rain, 1877-94, 1904-7.) 2I years. -Average for the month, 1.22 inches. Average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 14. ' The greatest monthly precipitation was 2.95 inches in 1888. The least monthly precipitation was 0.30 inch in 1907. The greatest amount of precipitation recorded in any 24 consecutive hours was 1.27 inches on the 8th, 1888. RELATIVE HUMIDITY.. Average, 9 a. m., 65 per cent; 8 a. m., 68. per cent.; average 9 p. m., 72 per cent (1893-1903) ; 8 p. m., 72 per cent (1904-7). CLOUDS AND WEATHER, (1890-1907). 18 years. ' I Average number of clear days, 14; partly cloudy days, 14;, cloudy days, 2. WIND. Direction, 23 ears. Velocity, 3 years. The prevailing winds are fro mthe NE. (1875-94, 1904-7). " The average hourly velocity of the wind is 7.8 miles (1904-7). . The highest velocity of the wind was 28 miles from the N. E. on the 18th, 1905 (1904-7)'. , Station: Honolulu, T. H. Date of issue: Aug.ust 31, 1908. 9 o'clock averages from records of Territorial Meteorologist: 8 o'clock averages from Weather Bureau, records. WM. B. STOCKMAN, ' Section Diector, Weather Bureau.