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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1906
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short, period, less than tt'ii minute,
iitei-vened between (lie, firt four
olalr mill i li' seeonrt fiur ltini-, let-
'ing II- I il lit knuW tilt' yiu-IH in
uclil.s siuliii'd had been identified.
I'hcu I Li' t-xt'ileiiii nt wus 'iivt, Tor
this ruee li'is c.c ti il a m-uuntlou
tuiHiunt ot cntliu.iuMii and, incident
ally, there wore many who liau way
red nn tlit; outcome
Then cntno tliu llnhl found f'oin
the whistle. One loud blast could
it be possible that. La 1 aloina had
irrived first? tho story would bt-
told in u second; If there wore no
further blasts, then, indeed, had La
Pnlomn won but, no, one more blast
and no morel Two blasts, tho Lur
line had arrived 1
Then came tho scramble for tele
phonos and Diamond Head lookout,
the pilot olllce, centre 1, and the
homos and places of business (even
though most of the lattet were clos
ed) of members of tho reception com
inittee wcro rung up for information.
Has a yacht sure enough been sight
ed? Is it reallv tho Lurlino that has
been picked up? Is there any sigt
if the Anemone? Where, oh, where
is La Palcua? Such wore tho ques
lions fired at anybody who could be
reached, and, of course, no one could
tell more than the four blasts and the
two blasts of the whistle hud already
told. Central was up against it for
fair and if she was a man she probab
ly swore, and if he were a girl he
probablv wished no were a man so
that ho might swear without being
Next came the rush for the water
front. It dosn't take very long for
information to get around in Houo
lulu and the multitude got wind of
the fact that the yacht was coming
right iu and that she would drop hei
little mudhook somewhere in the
neighborhood of the Bishop wharf, or
the naval docks, or the Alakeu street
basin. All the.se wero in tho same
general locality and so tho procession
started, and it swelled from all parts
of the town; people in the suburbs
crowded the electric cars and were
hurried to the city-front aud the
downtown crowd tranforred itself to
the Waikiki end of the harbor.
When the Lurline entered the ha
bor there were bunches of humanity
on all the wharvei iu tho immediate
neighborhood and along the cspla
nade. They cheered and cried: Lur
line I Lurline I Hurrah, hurrah for
Boys by tho hundreds scrambled
out over tho tangled incompleteness
of tho Alakea slip surroundings, in
the almost complete darkness, and
sang and yelled. They sang "Aloha
oe," and sweetly, too, though it is
supposed to bo a song of farowell
rather than welcome, but they sang
it iu Hawaiian and tho way they sang
it was certainly a welcome.
Tho crowds watched tho lights ol
the Lurline as she was towed by the
launch Waterwitch to the Alakea
uasin, and they watched tho lights of
the Waterwitch. Beyond these triuk
ling lights there was little they could
see, save the faint white-figure grace
of the beautiful schooner-yacht sug
gestcd but faintly through tho assist
aiicc of distant, lightF, and tho tall,
denuded sticks of tiic gallant craft.
A liulo cannon boomed, like a
shout of victory, and then was heard
the rattling of the anchor gear as
tho Lurllne's hook readied lor the
All hands ashore for a poi coektai!
or something equally as good was the
next logical event on the program
and logic prevailed.
Tho welcoming committee saw to
it that tho Lurline's good peoplo got
up town ana eventually to tho Haw
aiian holol, where tho hoalths of all
aboard and all ashore, and the good
fortune of the first yacht t arrive
and the good luck of the yachts skip
ping along somewhere behind, per
haps jolly close for all tho first know,
wo'-e drunk, and mariner and luhbor
made right" merry, rejoicing as be
fitted the occasion.
Captain Sinclair and the rest of the
ofllcors and tho Captain's guests
dropped in at the cable office, how
ever,before going to tho Hawaiian,
for there wcro good tidings to flash
to tho mainland and a good story of
accomplishment to tell briefly and
with proud satisfaction over tho
Commodore Sinclair's story of tl o
run down, told to a Bulletin reporter,
is as follows:
"We started out with the idea of
making tho trip In twelve days,)oj;
inside that, but ns It is, we'vo mndo
a pretty good run of it. Wq carao I
down with a fair wind most of thoJ
NEAT, REASONABLE AND
MEMORIALS. Artistic in
J. C. AXTBLL & CO, ALAKEA ST., BoI. Khiff and Hotel Sts.
F. O. Bo?c 642 Honolulu
vay and, although wo wero aU in oil
skins for tho first day out, we wmo
ioon able to take it easy on i eck and
"j'j tho weather. The Lurtiuit be
haved splendidly and we had no ac
cidents beyond the carrying away
of tho spanker boom toward the end.
Wo kept sail on her throughout niid
wore able to keep her well covered
ai th canvas.
"t haven't any idea where the oth
or yachts are. I guess they will come
kiting along pretty soon.
"We averaged about 201 miles a
day on the trip nnd our best day's log
recorded 265 miles, which is the best
the Lurlino has ever done.
"On the afternoon of tho 21st we
sighted a steamer, which we believed
to bo one of the Matson liners from
Hilo. Sho was headed northeast.
She ran down and saluted us .vitliher
whistle and we responded by dipping
"Wo had a great send oh r t San
Ppdro. Wo got away oil tho San
Pedro Breakwater a few seconds
after the starting gun, which was
fired at noon on the 11th. La Palo
ma was the tirst over the lino, wo
followed and the Anemone was close
behind. Wo soon got ahead of La
Paloma, however, and ton minutes
after tho start we were well in the
load. During the afternoon wo were
becalmed and drifted until about half
past six o'clock An hour later the
Anemone wus lost to sight to the
"At 2 o'clouk Tuesday morning wo
wore at sea with a fresh breeze from
the west and at noon of that day we
had made 1G5 miles from the start.
"On Friday morning wo jibed to
tho port tack, tho first time wo were
off the starboard tack since the even'
ing rf tho day of starting. Saturday
morning vye took in tho patent log,
Having recorded u.sou nines since
leaving San Pedro. A sharp squall
from the eastsoutheast carried away
our spinnaker boom early Saturday
afternoon. Wo crossed tho lino at
tho finish, as you know, at 7:3!) p. in
"I'm glad to bo ashore, I can tell
you, and glad to be in Hawaii again.
"We mot with the trades three
days out and had them all along, al
most to port. Wo sailed 2100 miles
on one tack, and that's going some."
Two years ago the Lurline made a
voyage to Hawaii and on to tho South
Seas, visiting several of tho groups
far to tho south aud west of tho Ha
waiiau islands, bix months wcro
spout on the trip. Captain Sinclair
and his son are well known hero and
aro welcomed back with no small en
Commodoro Sinclair is his own cap
tain and his remcmbranco of local
waters is good. Ho kept protty
close to tho reef coming in, danger
ously close in tho opinion of some who
obsorved tlje tactics, butthoComiao
dorc ovidently knew what he was
about. Ho was much complimented
by local yachtsmen on tho inaiinor m
which he handled the Lurlino at tho
Aboard tho Lurlino aro Commo
dore II. H. Sinclair, A. W. Sinclair,
thu Commodore's son, Dr. Milbauk
Johnson, Eugene Overton and L'ou'.s
Vtttor. James McKean is first offi
cer; Teddy Olsemn, second officer; Al
McCaun steward. John Miellengn,
Oscar Prederickion, Rudolph .Sch-1
mldt and Olq Johansen aro the 'crew.'
The stpward is also a tip-top i'aih;'.'
Tho Lurline's men presented a fine
appearance when they tcsme ashore
N itty in their uniform!, of white duck
trousers, blue cocug and crestt d
yachting caps, .some with uegligo
and somo witjb "boiled' shirts, col
lared and ouflod and wearing whito
shoes, tliey seemed to have stopped
from before tho footlights nt a mati
nee. r'athef than to have just landed
frJm o thrilling and scmewhat moist
njid rumply ocean rush. Spick and
span ns the ijurlino hcrsoir, they
wore, and a splendid crowd of follows,
too. True sportsmen, every man of
DohLmi. Duntblo as Time.
thorn, and beaming well, say, each
looked as if ho had been told that an
obscure rolntivo had turned up his
toes aud loft him a cool million nnd a
mansion on Fifth avenue. Thoy wure
welcomed royally, too and thoy arc
not likely to forgot it.
Each Day's Run.
Juno 11 Start.
Juno 12 ICS
June 13. . . 2(55
June 14' 2'42
June 15 210
June 1G '. 18G
Juno 17.: 18G
Juno 18 1G5
Juno 19... . 204
Juno 2(1.'. 210
June 21 '.....201
, June 22 1!)5
June 23 157'
OFFICIAL W KASU KJSMENTS.
C. L. Tuft, owner, New York
Length overall, 115 ft. 5 In.
Length, load wnterluie, 91 ft. 2J in.
One half overhang. 12 ft. H in.
Racing length, based on lead water
line, plus one half overhang, 103 ft.
II. H. Sinclair, owner, South Coast
Length overall, 85 ft. 10 in.
Length, had watellue, 72 ft. 11 J in.
Ono -half overhang, (i ft. 5J in.
Racing lent'th, based on load water
line, plus one-half overhang, 79 ft.
Clarence Macfarlane, ownor, Ha
waii Yaunt Club.
Length o.-orall, 4S ft. GJ in.
Lenglh, load waterlino -12fl.il in.
One-half overhang, 2 ft. 5) J in.
Racing lei.gth, based on load water
line, plus ono half overhang, 45 ft.
County Committee Is Pecpiirinji
Poe The Campaign.
The Advertiser of tho 21st has the
On tlie ovening of July 7, tho Re
publican County Committee will act
ually commence Us campaign for the
primaries and general elections.
From the tone of tho discussion at
last night's mooting several members
of tho County Board of Supervisors
who owed their election to office to
tho Republican committees, are to
bo "dumped" nt tho coining election.
Tho reason for this action is becauso
these officers havo allegedly failed to
act upon recommendations of Repub
licans for positions under the 'county
government, presented by tho Comi
ty Committee In fact, the County
Committee says that the Supervisors
have not only ignoicd the committeo,
but seem to have divorced themselves
from its councils and advice.
This has been tho lone of conten
tion of tho County Committee for
sovoral months. Request after re
quest thoy claim has been made upon
fie Supervisors, but without elTect,
un'il tho County Committeo has now
practically washed its hands of the
Supervisors, and will know how to
trim its lamps for nominations at tho
noxt convention. War to iho knifo
, Last night's mooting was without
much result. It was not largely at
tended and tho adjournment wns
taken to Saturday ovening, July 7,
which is just a week prior to the
opening of the primaries campaign.
Section 17, Article 1 of tho Rules and
Regulations of tho Republican party
reads as follows:
"Each precinct club shall meet
biennially at 7:30 o'clock p. m. on
tho second Friday in July, or upon
tho call of tho Territorial Centia
Committee, or its Executive Com
mittce, and shall thon mako nomina
tions for officers of the club; and on
ho third Friday in July they shall
SAFES. Tho Rest Made
meet at tho samo hour and elect offi
cers for tho ensuing two years; on
tho fourth Friday in August they,
shall moet at the samo hour and
make nominations for delegates to
the Territorial, and County and Dis.
triet Conventions, to bo voted for at
a primary to bo hold on tho first
Saturday in September, between the
hours of 2 and 7 o'clock p. m., or up
on the call of the Territorial Central
Committee, or its Executivo Com
mittee. Nominations shall bo open
from 7:30 o'clock p. m. and shall bo
filed In writing with the cha'uman of
The Coming Rullpoutl.
H. M. von Holt, the promoter1 of
the latest railroad scheme hero on
Kauai, was a visitor to Lihuo last
Friday, but said that tho plans were
not ripe yet for publication. How
ever, he felt sure that within six
mor.Uis we would sue things move
Tho idea is to buy the necessary
electric motive power from tho
Kauai Electric Co. and start the
building of the road from theKeknha
end. The line would probably not bo
extend d farther than Knpaa to .Lo
gin with, as there is but little induce
ment to work up tho traffic further
along the windward side.
The new enterprise is not to bo
worked under the old franchise bu t a
new charter has been obtained from
tho administration under tho law as
laid down in the Railroad Act and
this has now been forwarded to Wash
ington as it needs the approval of
Congress iu order to become valid.
Tho over conservatives are preach
ing to the textof "Lnavo well enough
alono" just tho samo as thoy did
when tho Oahu railroad was started,
but tho majority of the peoplo hero
welcomo the now enterprise and feel
s uro that its activity will create new
openings hero as has been done where
similar advances havo been made.
The Garden Island.
Brynn Studies Russian Condition?
St. Petersburg, Juno 13. William
J. Hryan and Mrs. Bryan arrived
here today from Berlin. They will
remain hero until Friday, whon thoy
leavo for Stockholm and Chrlstiania
on their way to London, where Bryan
will deliver an address cn the Fourth
of July. He expects to witness tho
coronation of King Haakon at Chris
tiama and is duo to arrive at Now
York on August 29th.
Bryan camo to St. Petersburg to
get a glimpso of tho Russian Parlia
ment and to study at closo range tho
opoch-making political strugglo
which is convulsing Russia. He has
arranged to visit tho House tomor
row and confer with tho leaders of
the popular movement. Today Mr.
and Mrs. Bryan wero tho guests at
luncheon at tho Kleinmichel Palace
of Embassador and Mrs. Meyer.
Bryan expressed his full indorse
ment of the pian of Govornor Cum
mins of Iowa for a meeting of tho
Governors of states to secure con
certed action looking to a constitu
tional amendment providing for the
election of Senators by direct vote.
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