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In Three Straight Heats.
New Yohk, Oct. 4. Tho white
flyer Columbia won tho third and de
cisive raco wita tho ShamrocK ioday
on time allowance. It was an un
satisfactory victory, but victory it
was, and the cup slays here. Tho
Shamrock made a most valiant effort,
and tho raco throughout was close
and exciting, but mightily as tho
challenger strovo to rctriovo her
fortunes, she could not do it, although
tho "golden lady," as Sir Thomas af
fectionately describes the bronze
racer, did manage t6 make so closo
a finish that tiino allowance alone
savod the defender from defeat. As
it was, the Shamrock crossed'
finish line a scant half leugtituMML
... . .... , . , if -ViWni
oi me uoiumoia, ouootwiiDif ser wmo
allowance, th(fW Wife mTy 41
o'tobcr 4. Taking his
offiSBgamcly, Sir Thomas Lipton
jjjsfrmado no attempt to conceal tho
keenest disappointment when he
talked about tho rates tonight on
Many of Sir Thomas' guests on
board tho Erin crowded around to
express their sympathy at his defeat
and assured him of tho high placo he
had won in ,tho hearts of all Ameri
cans. "When n man wins a heart ho
has won more than a cup," said one
them. There were tears in tho Irish
Baronet's eyes when he thanked them
for their kind words. Said ho:
'"Tho words you have spoken touch
me morn than my defeat toda'. I
tried to win tho cup and I have done
my best. But better than all that,
I have tho good wishes of this coun
try." When asked about his plans for
tho future. Sir Thomas said: "It is
too early to talk about any plans.
About the Shamrock, I cannot decide
yet what I shall do and as to chal
lenging again, it is too soon to think
Between Boers and British.
New York, October 4. A cable
to tho Sun from Londonsays:
All accounts of tho fighting at Fort
Itala, including those from South
African correspondents of tho Sun,
show that it was one of the (most
striking offensive and defensive en
gagements of tho war.
The whole British garrison thero
numbered only 300 mert, .with two fif
teen pounders and a Maxim gun. An
outpost of eighty men, under Lieuten
ants, Kane aud Lefroy, occupied the
summit of a hill out of sight of the
main camp, which was on tho slope
of a hill.
At about midnight 000 Boers rush
ed the outpost. Their onslaught was
so sudden and fierce that for twenty
minutes only bayonets were used.
Overwhelming odds soon decided the
position of the outpost. Lieutenant
Kane fell dead shouting "No surren
der!" Lieutenant Lefry was severe
ly wounded and the whole force was
disabled.Tho main camp wus thus re
duced to 220 men, The Boors assail
ed it from a), sides. From about 1
A. Mi.thrdughout thd remainder of
ItKd night and all the following day
tho little garrison withstood them
until 7 o'clock in the evening, when
tho outlook seemed desperate. The
British had been without water for
many hours, the Boers having cut
off their supply, and their ammuni
tion was fast failing.
Suddenly the Boor lire began to
slacken and soon after tho attackers
withdrew, either learning tliatGcne
ral Bruee Hamilton was approach
ing, as 'the Sun correspondent says,
or, according to'othqrg, in sheer des
pair of succeeding. Thejr retirement
opened the way for the wounded com
mnnder for- hjs exhausted force,
whicli reached N'Kandhla in tho
London, October 4. A dispatch
to the Times trom Dundee says that
tho Boors' attack on Fort Itala
proves, to have beetf a far bigger en
gagement that could bo gathered
from the first reports. Tho casual!
tieson both sides indicate the fierce
ness of the' struggle. ThiJ Boor cas
ualties are placed at oreri-'lOO. The
Britlshjp'risonors say.nsixty Boers
werff buried on farras and they assist
ed inlcarrying off Seventy. five wound
ed. ITho Boers informed the prison
ers that they eibected ta.'flnd tho
iFdvt Jttala 'j!arrisQU.nnly;100tistrohgV
The bufghertJ lost irioro meii than1 li
any previous action this year.
Firs"t ffiato Gcorgo Edward Mur
ray of tho bark Antiopo had been
commissioned as master of that ves
sel) to succeed his father, Captain
George W. Murraj', who will bo'given
another ship in the Alexander &
Baldwin fleet. Tho promotion of
young Captain Murray lias been
rapid, and as tho young man is but
twenty-four years of age, tho com
pany has placed their cut' re confi
dence in his ability to command as
fine'a bark as tho Antiopt is credited
with being m shipping ckult&Arije
vessel is at present ayKawtuj'Sffd.fa
soon as sheib3u?jS5ng
MurrayiwMteifllMtemfiff. He has
WSijwrea'i's. WlH-n tho bark
s'm u icriiic gain on v.:apc xiorn
on tho Pacific side about four years
ago, young Murray was her second
mate. The storm was ono of the
most furious the vessol had even ex
perienced and she was completely
dismasted, hor deck staved in, and
she was rendered almost helpless.
Tho first mate died about that time,
tho captain was disabled and com
pelled to leave his post and Iho com
mand devolved on tho ninoteo.u-ycars
boy. IIo succeeded in stopping the
leaks in the deck, rigged jury masts,
aud in this manner brought hor
safely into port Valparaiso. Within
three days of her arrival, tho
Konihvorth, a sister ship of the
Antiope, was brought into port with
with a lire raging under hor decks'.
She was also temporally commanded
bj' her second mate, a voung fellow
about tho age of Murray. Tt was on
this vessel that Ernest Thn.m of this
city was a passenger and uoarly lost
his life. The second mate of the
Konihvorth is now understood to be
in command of a fine vessol, bolh
young men earning" their positions
solely through merit and their dis
play of seamanship and headwork
in times when ipon's souls were being
Captan Henderson has been ap
pointed to take chaago of tho tug
Leslie Baldwin, Captain Richard
Scikc having been compelled to
resign the command bocausoof ill
ness. Captaiu Seiko will soon leave
for the Coast.
Vessels in PortKahulul .
Br. Bark Antiopo, Murray, from
Am. Bktno. James Tuft, Piltz,
from Newcastle, coal.
Oct. 14. Am. Bktnc. James Tuft;
Piltz, 42 days from Newcastle, coal.
Oct. 1G. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
from Honolulu. . .
Oct, 10. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oct. 1C S. S. Claudine, Parker,
for Hana, .
Oct. 19. s. S. Claudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
Nippon Maru S. F.
America Maru. ..Yokohama
Sierra S. F.
Peru S. F.
City of Peking. . . Yokohamti
Alameda S. F.
Coptic S. F.
Moan a. .' . .Colonies
Aorangi Victoria, B. C.
America Maru. . , S. F.
Sonoma. . . , S. F.
Oct. 1 Coptic..,, S. F.
" 2 Alameda S. F.
4 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
8 America Maru S; F.
" 8 Sonoma ;..f3( F.
" 9 Siorra Colonies
" 12 Poru..'.... Yokbkma
" 15 City of Poking ;Si F.
" 22 Gnelifc.i S. F.
" 22 Coptic Yokohama
" 23 Alameda .....Si F.
" 23 Moana..j(.. Victoria, B. C.
'!', 2fl' Aorangi. ....... . Colonies
' " 80' America Marti... Yokohama
" 3d Sonoma...
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