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WEDNESDAY. APKIL C. 1887.
THE OCEAN YACHT RACE!
TUi: COHONUT "WINS WITH MANV HOUUS
TO SPAHK A TEMl'KSTUOUS
Mil" ACflOSS TUB AT
Maicli 27th. Tho Coronet ar
rived off Quccnstonn nt 11:30. The
Coronet passed the winning nt 12 :00
o'clock r. si. tinder a full press of
canvas. In passhlg the given lino,
Roaches' Point, the victorious yacht
fired five guns, and tho timo was at
once taken by the Secretary and
members of tho lloyal Coik Yacht
Club, who had been on tho lookout
for her arrival. Tho Club then
hoisted the signal announcing the
Coronct'H ai rival. The wind was
blowing bard and the Coronet til
lered Cork harbor in spanking stylo,
with all sails Bet and hugging "tho
western shore. From stait to finish
tlic Coronet experienced stiong
gnlcs, with ttemendous seas. On
Tuesday and Wednesday Inst alio
hove to for soveial hours each day,
and mado only ninety miles in forly
cight hours. Tho avciagc run during
the passage varied from 230 to 2.10
miles a duy. Tho apparent time
occupied in the passage is fourteen
days, twcnty-tlu ce hours, thirty-lour
minutes and forty-six seconds, and
tho actual time, computed on Green
wich basis, is 11 days, 10 houis, 37
minutes and 14 seconds. The whole
number of nautical miles sailed is
2,1)40. The longest day's run was
291.5 miles, made on Saturday,
March 2Cth, and the shortest 38.8
miles, mado on Tuesday, March
22d. The weather was uncommonly
stormy even for this season of the
year. No less than seven heavy
gales contributed to keep the sea in
a ferment for eleven days of the
trip, and for two days tho weather
was so sovero as to make the ques
tion of the yachts living tlnough
them somewhat doubtful. She be
haved splendidly, however, in all
sorts of weather and proved herself
of tho staunchest, if not one of the
fastest vessels of her size alloat. Iso
accidents happened to any of the
sailors, despite the great risks they
wcie compelled to undertake at
times. With the exception of three
torn sails and a littlo broken tackle,
everything on boaul the boat was in
as good shape when tho anchor was
dropped off Quccnstown as when it
was raised off Tompkinsvillc, Statcn
Island. It is thought that a much
quicker passage might have been
mado had Captain Ciosby carried
more sail. On several occasions,
when tho wind was light but tho
sky threatening, ho was very cau
tious and his judgment was con
trolled by the barometer, which was
much of the time below 29 degrees
and seldom above 30 degrees, the
nominal height in the latitude tra
versed. The couisc was made a
littlo more noi thcrly than as thought
safe, but fortunately no icebergs or
fields of ico weio encountered.
The number of persons on board
the Coronet was twenty-nine, in
cluding sixteen bailors, live officers,
steward, cook, mess boy and five
guests. The advantage gained bj'
the Coronet at the start inci eased
the confidence of those on board in
both boat and skipper. It was the
Hist time that Captain Crosby had
over participated in a j'acht raccof
any sort. lie freely admitted that
he feared Captain Samuels of the
Dauntless, with his past cxpciicnce,
would succeed in crossing the start
ing lino somen hat ahead. It is not
too much to say that in his maneuv
ering ho displayed more judgment
and (act than is usually seen in
races near New York. After taking
tho anchor on board at 11 o'clock
on the morning of the stmt, ho beat
about the bay oil' Owl's Head. After
tho proper signals had beon made
from the Judge's tug, when the
preparatory signal was given tho
Coronet was making a reach up the
bay with her head toward the Bat
tery. Crosby held the wheel and
by his side was Captain Anderson,
watch in hand, counting the seconds.
Seven minutes from tho timo of tho
first signal, 'Crosby ordeicd tho
helm haid-a-lco to bring the boat's
head aiound. She was under fifty
seconds in stays, and then fairly
blew before thp strong northeily
wind. As it had bpen arranged that
the starting signal would bo given
ten minutes after tho preparatory
signal, it Bccnicd probablo that tho
Coronet would reach tho lino fully a
minute before tho timo for tho
second signal, when it would bo
necessary to go about again, thus
causing a considerable loss of timo.
Captain Crosby was equal to the
.emergency, however. When he
realized nliat was imminent lie
spilled tho wind out of the sails by
trimming flat aft, bringing tho big
schooner almost to standstill. Wlicil
tho signal was finally given, ho paid
out tho sheets, foro and aft, mid
ran up the square sail and topsails
and in tliiity seconds had tho Coro
net across tho lino. Tho Dauntless,
it will bo lomembcred, was off
Gowan's, nearly n milo away, with
her stern towards tho judges' boat.
Every poRsbo stitch of canvas was
spread on tho Coronal; nu bIip sped
through tho Narrows at tho rato of
thirteen miles an hour, surrounded
by tugs, stcamors and steam yachts.
Tho first Sunday was marked, as
woo succeeding days by a galo
whfc)i panjo from tho northeast.
Although fairly mpfloratp, t was
accompanied by a strong Jiead spa
which mado tho yacht labor heavily.'
Tho waves frequently broke- over
tho bows, but sho rode it out well.
Observations showed that in tho
22 hours, 33 minutes and 37 seconds
which had actually elapsed between
tho time of the start and Sunday at
noon tho Coronet had sailed 218
Tho Biicpccding day was a busy
ono for the sailors. Jloth watches
were on deck during part of tho
twenty-four hours. Tho distance
tiavclcd from noon on Monday to
noon Tuesday was 2 14.3 miles nearly
duo cast. Early on Tuesday morn
ing tho wind rose from the noitheast,
and by daylight it blow a gale. The
canvas was reduced to double
reefed mainsails and foresail. The
galo iucicascd to sixty miles nu
hour, causing an ugly cross sea.
Towaid midnight wind and sea sub
sided, and by Wednesday morning
the wind got round to the southwest.
The distance traversed on Tuesday
was 18.1 miles and on Wednesday
Miz.cn Head, on the south coast
of Ireland, was sighted at (1:27 in
the morning, and Fnstnet Light
bore north northwest, nine miles
away. The weather was clear and
warm." At 8:57 a. M. Galley Head
was abeam, and a Cork pilot boat
hove in sight, and at 10 :08 o'clock,
when abreast of Seven Head, a
pilot came on board with the news
that the Coronet was the first to
arrive. Along tho coast and into
tho harbor scores of vessels of all
kinds were passed and all dipped
their ensigns to the winner, and the
ciews of all cheered. At 1 :30 v. m.
tho Coronet's anchor was dropped
off the Coik Yacht Club House.
New Yoik, March 27th The
rooms of the New York Yacht Club
were well filled to-day with members
of the club, discussing the result
of tho ocean race between tho Coio
net and Dauntless. It was the gen
erally expressed opinion that the
laco settles tho fuct of the Coionct's
greater speed and superiority of tho
new stylo of yacht over those built
after old models. There were sighs
of regret for Colt, whoso yacht was
lather a favorite .with the club.
AltltlVAI. OP Till: "lMUXTLKsS."
Quccnstown, Match 28. The
15:1111111033 passed tho Old Head of
Kinsalo at 3:15 o'clock this after
noon, and it will probably take her
two hours to reach the finishing line
at lioche's Point. A tug loft Quccns
town with press correspondents to
meet the Dauntless and accompany
her to Roche's Point. Tho olllcers
of the Coronet aro greatly pleased
with tho result of tho lace, and say
it has shown tho admirable qualities
in both yachts. Taking in consider
ation the difference in tonnage, the
length of the yachts and the extra
ordinary weather which prevailed
during the voyage, tho Dauntless is
thought to have done as w ell as her
competitor. Tho friends of both
yachts will bo entertained by tho
Uoyal Coik Yacht Club.
The Dauntless crossed the finish
ing lines at C :45 o'clock i. m. Her
actual timo on the passage was six
teen days, ono hour, forty-three
minutes and thirteen seconds. She
has been towed into harbor and is
now safe at anchor. All on board
tho Dauntless are well, and the
yacht is in as good shape as when
she left owl's Head. Sho expe
rienced about the same weather as
the Coronet. A comparison of the
legs of the tw o racers indicates that
they followed about tho same com se.
Caldwell Colt, owner of the Daunt
less, says that ho encountered more
wind than he bargained for. For
sixteen hours his boat wns obliged
to lay to. Onco she scudded befoio
the galo under bare poles. When
hist seen from the deck of the Coro
net, on the evening of tho start,
the Dauntless was steering south
east, but during tho night her
course was changed northeast by
cast. On March IGUi sho ran into
a heavy cross sea, with a stiong
southeast gale. Oil was used with
good effect to break tho waves," and
tho yacht wcathorcd her first 'storm.
Next day the sea was even raoro
turbulent, and it broko over tho
deck in a rapid succession of waves,
wrenching tho yacht so much that
sho began to leak slightly. The
temperature of both air and water
on tho afternoon of the 18th indi
cated tint ico was in close proximity
and it became necessary to use great
precaution in running. At mid
night tho thermometer registered
forty-four degrees nnd tho water
thirty-five. At G o'clock on thp
night of tho 19th, whon a hoavygalo
was blowing from Iho southwest a
smootn strctcii oi water was run
into nud its temperature indicated
that thero wcro icebergs near. On
the 20th, 21st and 22d thero wcro
stiong gules. It was on tho last of
these days tho Dauntless hovo to.
Slnco last Thursday tho weather mis
fiuo. On tho 25th a run of three
hundred and twenty-eight miles
wcro mado, which is said to bo tho
best ever made by a yacht m tho
Atlantic Ocoan. Fnstnet Light was
sighted at 1 :30 in tho morning, hut
tho wind had died out and tho inn
along tho coast was slow. The fol
lowing extracts fiom tho log-book
of tho Dauntless show tho distance
mado each day: March 13th, dis
tance 232 miles; March 11th, dis
tntwtn OAA .vttlnci 1Vfn.Tili 1iflt 1
s' tanco il)0 miles Mnrob Ifltli, d
tanco 2G0 miles ; March 17th, d
tanco 110 miles j Mnrch 18th, dis
tance 110 miles; March 19th, d
tanco 270 miles: March 20th, dis
tanco 145 miles; March 21st, dis
tanco 195 miles j March 22 d, dis
tanco 100 mjcsj Marph 23 d, djs
tanco 40 miles; March 21th, dis
tance 20.1 miles; March 25th, dis
tance 328 miles; Match 2Gth, dis
tance 2GG miles; Mnrch 27th, dis
tance 325 miles; March 28th, ar
rived nt, Quccnstown. During the
storm of 'the 23d tho cockpit was on
several occasions filled with water,
and altogether it was a perilous timo
for tho yacht. On tho 2 Hh tho sea
was terribly rough, and the boat
lolled so badly that tho water lank
hurst . The seamen were conse
quently put on the smallest possible
allowance of water, but later on
they wcro plentifully supplied with
ate and claret, and ultimately with
champagne instead of water. All
on board arrived in the best of
New York, Maich 28. Hlulmrd
K. Fox has notified Jlush and Colt,
owners of tho Coionet and Daunt
less, that ho will, upon the receipt
of their approval, offer a $5,000 cup
for a return r.icc between the yachts
from Fnstnet, Ireland, lo Sandy
Hook, Now Jersey.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrivo at Honolulu from San Tranclsco
Zcalandia .. .September
Loavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Mai iposa April 8
Australia April 12
Zcalandia May G
Austialia May 11
Alameda Juno 3
Australia Juno 8
Mariposa July 1
Australia July G
Zcalandia July 29
Australia August 3
Alameda August 2G
Australia August 31
Mariposa September 23
Austialia September 28
Zcalandia October 21
Australia October 2G
Alameda November 18
Australia November 23
Mariposa December 1G
Australia December 21
Zcalandia (1888) January 13
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Oil Cako Meal'
Order loft at Ofllcc, with X. P. Bur
gess, t'4 King Stiect, will bo promptly
attended to. C9ly
S. M. GARTER,
Has on hand for sale, in quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders nre hereby solicited and will
bo delivered nt any locnlily within tho
No. 8 KINO STREET.
ISotli Telephones, 187. Ct
lalfli is WeaSfh
11U UlIlCIH,llUrVUlinX rUI.llHlll'll.lIIUDl.'.. I' lilUIUtU
ot ttleohol or tobncc", WukotalncBs, Montal Uc
pressIon.HottonliiKot tlio Drain, resulting in in.
einlly and lradini; t misery, deeny ami (loatli;
l'romntura Old Aio, llnrrenness, Losa pf l'owoc
in cither onx. Involuntary L b'909 nnd Hpormntnr
rliccn, caused by over-oxertioii of tlio bruin, boLT
nbuic, or ovcr-lndu)Kouco. Euch bos containu
for $3. fcuntby mail prepaid on receipt ofpneo.
ivk uakatj:k BIX BOXES
To euro nny enso. With cndi order rocoived by us
for nix boxo, nccompanicl with $3.00, wo will
Bond tho purciuior our wrlttoa unarautoo to 're
fund tlio money if tho treatmont Uous not effect
a euro. Cl uarnutoos issued only by
JIOLlilHTEIl t CO.
TEwUlrrthtbATttfwtrl hrttiy ctof IJrtr Compliant
Pyijl ill, tick Hdtcbt, ItjJiictillon, CootipUoa or CoiUvvott.1,
ianotcur with til'i ryttfcblt Urir Illli. wbra tk dlrr.
tloni tr itrlctljr cooiplwd with. 1 Uy r purdf gtUU, taj
i$yttM U glvt utiifactlon Bopr Cut Lkrgt Loitcoa
tiluloiT SO ltU S3 rtDli, r tl 1 7 11 dnifffliU, Cwi of
counter MU mi Imitation. Tbi ftm)o tuanuUtturvJ coir by
OHM O. VEbT A CO , 131 A W. UaJlwn Et, ChkafgL
IM trial pickaxe ta ty ituOj piejUm ricelj lef 3 ttt itunpk
UolllBtoi 4.V: Co,,
U Om Wholcsalo and lto(ai) Agent
.HBRVIJ I DHALM 1
Dn. H. C. West'h NnnvE and IlniM TnrAT-
MENT, n Bunrnntccd siioclUr" for Hjetorin, UlzzU
noss. Convulsions. 1'itn, ilorroua Nournlgm,
ILTF3Mlltillii"llit ' ill ltm. iti