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THE MAUI NEWS -
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Ollice nt W'ailukii, Muni, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
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JUNE .",0, li0(5
The Yiicht Race The Yacht race to the islands from San
Pedro has been finished and the Lurline of the South Coast Yacht
Club has won the trophy.
The race was a most interesting one and was participated in by
the Anemone of the New York Yacht Club, the Lurlino of the
South Coast Yacht Club, and La Paloma of the Hawaii Yacht Club
On account ol the size of the different boats the Anemone gave
the Lurline eleven hours whilo the Lurline gave La Paloma sixteen
The Lurline was an easy winner coming down in twelve days and
tive hours while the Anemone took fourteen days and twenty-rive
The race was started at noon on June 11th, Kamehameha- day
from San Pedro, where thousands of people- lined the shore to wit
ness the start.
The race has already awakened much interest and as the race
will bo run each year it will add much to the interest in our beauti
ful isles and prove a source of pleasure to those participating in
This race should become one of the most popular courses that
could be chosen for races of this nature and will gain in popularity
as time goes on.
The Educational Test. During the past week the follow
ing cablegram was received by the press of Honolulu from the As
sociated Press of San Francisco:
"WASHINGTON. June 20, The House has passed
the Immigration Bill, eliminating the educational test.
The bill as passed creates a Congressional Commission
to investigate the immigration question."
The salient ieature 01 me immigration jsui, as introduced in
Congress, was the clause to bar illiterate aliens from the United
Slates. This featuro of the- bill excited some alarm in Hawaii, al
though this Territory was exempted from its provisions. By strik
ing out the educational test from the new measure, as passed by
the Senate, the House has practically killed the bill.
The purpose of this bill was to reduce the number of illiterate
aliens that are pouring into the country each month from all parts
of Europe. As everyone knows, these aliens, though they leave
home with the intention of working in the grain districts set
themselves in the slums of the large cities and necessarily the filth
augments in these overcrowded parts, and the number of crimes
The clause would have good effect, had it passed, for thosealiens
that could pass the test would certainly be of a desirable class.
This action on the part of tne House was a great surprise to
those who believed that the members of tne lower house repre
sented the people and would work for the good of the masses in
stead of the favored few. The action on the part of the lower
house is one of the most serious blows struck nt the United States
and will be far reaching in its effects.
That the Senate showed more patriotism in its action is a strong
argument in favor of retaining the present method of electing that
body as is now in vogue instead of electing them by direct vote f
the people many of whom are so void of patriotism as to wish to
see our country filled with the criminal classes of Europe.
The bill as passed by the Senate should have become a law, as
it included in its operation the States and eliminated 'from its
operation the insular possessions, where a desirable class of citi
zen labor is next to lmpossioie to get at tins time.
Every American must have heard the result of t he action of Con
eress with a pang of regret.
Such a law as the Senate passed must be enacted soon or our
glorious country will soon be the objoct of scorn of the better
classes of the whole world.
Call No 1.
COUNTY OF MAUI.
TERRIIORY OF HAWAII
in compliance with the rules adopt
ed February 7, lifilG, by the Republi
cap Party of the Territory of Hawaii.
We do hereby call the Republican
Precinct Clubs of the County of
Maui, to meet on Friday, the 13th
day of July, A. D. l'JUC, at tin hour
of 7:30 P. M., to nominate officers
of the respective clubs for the ensu
ing two years. The election of the
said officers t3 be held on Friday, the
20th day of July, A. D. 1906, at the
hour of 7:30 P. M-
II. P. BALDWIN,
County Executive Committee, Coun
ty of Maui.
Kahea Helu 1.
KALANA O MAUI,
TERITORI O HAWAII.
I kul ike ai me na rula hooponopono
o ka Aoao Repubal ka i aponoia ma
ka la 7 February, HtOti.
Ke kahea uei makou i na Mahele
Kobo Balola a pau o ka Aoao Repu
balika o ke Kalana o Maui e hui ma
ka Poaliina, ka Fa 13 o Iulai, M. II
VMM, ma ka hora 7:30 o ke ahiahi, no
ka wae ana i mau I una nui no nu
Kalupu o na Mahele Koho, no in
makainki elua e hiki mai ana. Ma ka
Poaliina, la 20 o lulai, ma k hora
7:30 ( ke ahiahi e kohoia na luna nui
i wae la.
II. P. IJALDW1N,
Lunuhnpmalu o ke Koniite Ilooko
Ka'ana. Kalana o Maul.
A Curd of ThunkH.
We desire to extend to the officers
in charge of the K. of P. Hall many
thanks for the favor shown in allow
ing us to use their Hall without
charge on last Saturday eveninir for
the purpose of givinif a performance.
We also desire to thank our many
friends for their patronatif in giviuj,'
us their presence on the occasion
above mentioned, liy so doing they
hfvve caused us todtcide that in the
future when we repeat the bume that
we will be reasonable in charging for
admission, thereby giving all classes
a chance lo enjoy an eve.ilng of fun
anil laughter, and in the meantime
do our best, to maintain our reputa
tiou of the past.
W A ILUKU MI NSTRELS.
TUB LURLINE WINMBU OF
TRANS-PACll IC RACI1.
In 12 days "and 5 hour?, San
Pedro to Honolulu, the splendid
schooner yncht Lurline, owned and
captained by Commodore II. H.
Sinclair, flying the colors of the
South ('oast Yncht Club, has won
the triins-E'acific yacht rnce and,
thereby, the magnificent trophy of
the Hawaii Yacht Club.
Hers is a distinction that is his
torical, for she is the winner of the
first vacbt race across the Pacific.
When she arrived, while she could
not lose the honor of being the
irst to report, it was of course not
known whether she was the winner
for she allowed the Hawaii yacht,
La Pnlonin, sixteen hours.
A sharp lookout was kept for La
Paloma yesterday between 11
ocioci; ana noon, lor should siie
have arrived before the sixteen
hours handicap had expired, she
would be the victor in the greatest
contest of the kind Hawaii has
ever known. iut i..a raioiua was
not sighted within the time of pos
sioie victory ana tne hearts ot the
Luuline crew were big with glad
The Lurline had the Anemone
badly beaten in any event, for the
Anemone allowed the Lurline 11
hours. The Anemone of the New
York Yacht Club, gives La Paloma
27 hours and Hawaii's boat stands
a good chance for second place.
The race which has been so well
won by the Lurline was, on the main
land, as well as here in Hawaii, U oked
on as the most sensationul of the
season, and it is undoubtedly the
greatest affair of the kind that has
ever been undertaken in the Pacific
Ocean That it is but the first of a
series of such races is the hope of all
interested at home and abroad.
When the Lurline lifted her pretty
self in sight of the lookout at Diamond
Head, W. II. Melnerny of the regal
ta committee of the Hawaii Yacht
Club, which had charge of the finish,
and other local yachtsmen, were on
. At about 7 o'clock a white Coston
light proclaimed the approach of one
of the ocean racers and announced
that the yacht was the Lurline, all
signals javing been long ago agreed
upon. She was three miles away.
When she came near enough for cheers
to be heard, she was enthusiastically
cheered by the watchers aud those
aboard tho smart little vessel res
ponded In a manner equally as en
The Brothers, a gosohne launch of
the Young Brothers, immediately
upon the news of the coming of the
Lurline, stood by, nnd Thomas W.
Ilobron and II. E. Picker, ex com
modores ot the Hawaii Yacht Club,
Alec Ly'e, L. -de L. Ward and Geo.
Turner, the reception committee, got
away to we come the first arrival in
the ocean race.
The Lurline was boa i (led off the
harbor by the pilot and Dr. Sinclair,
U. S. Qi arantine officer. Fireworks
were set oil from the vacht during
the official examination. She was
detained but a little whil off the
harbor and was towed in by the
launch Waterwitch of the Young
The Lurline's brass canon wnswer
ed the cheers of the crowds ns the
yacht made her entry to the harbor
A bugle call of welcome came from
the U. S. S. Manning, lying in the
harbor, and Eugpne Overton, aboard
the Lurlineresponded with a call of
appreciation on the cornet.
Four clear blasts'of the whistle.
wtuen is so laminar to tovvesioik as
the announcer of steamships, threw
a thrill into the city about the begin
uing of the eighth hour Saturday
evening. At once, everywhere where
the signal was heard, people stocd
still, lingers raised for silence, a
waiting the futther announcement of
It had been agreed aud published
that when four such blasts should
sound it should be known that one of
the yachts racing from San Pedro
had been picked up off Diamond Head
by the special lookout .stationed
there. And it was further under
stood that, when the yacht was iden
titled, one blast, following another
four blasts, should mean that La
Paioma, Hawaii's boat, was coniiiii;;
two blasts should tell the town that
the yacht Lurline was sighted, and
three blasts should indicate the Aue
Consequently, when the warning
four blasts proclaimed abroad that
one or more of the yachts had been
sighted, everybody was on the jump
of expectancy, waiting for the tur
ther blasts to tell which boat had
Downtown about the hour the res
taurants were full and there were
hundreds on the streets of the city,
shopping or taking their usual Satur
day eveirna look around, or in their
way to verious entertainments. But
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