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TTTT T XTT1V 19
TUEtll.Vl. JUNK 14. IH7.
'Hanlan Beaten I
Caudaur the Champion
The World' th'Ht- I'rcvtouH
Itcvoi-d fttMitcii by Jtuili
of tho Nciillur.
Chicago, May 30. Three hun
dred yards from tho finish at the
Calumet courso this evening Edward
Htmlnn, the oarstnnn, turned nn ins-taut
from the pelting rain only to
see a defeat. The oars of the great
ex-champion dropped nervelessly
into the choppy water, as with
drooping head he pulled nlong de
jectedly tlnougli the rain, five
lengths behind the winner. Several
thousand drenched people on the
banks sent up a wild shout for
Gaudaur just ns the sun burst
through the clouds.
When tho two oarsmen first came
out on the courso ready for tho
three-mile pull to decide who should
be called the champion of America
and carry away 86,000 in stakes,
tho sky was gloomy but still did not
threaten lain. A moderate breeze
was blowing which roughened the
waters slightly, but this did not de
lay the start. At the outset Hanlan
took tho lead pulling a short nervous
stroke of about 12 to tho minute.
Gaudaur followed sharply behind
him, using his familiar long, steady
sweep, of which he pulled probably
thirty-eight per minute. During
yesterday ami to-day the gossip
among the knowing ones has been
that if Hanlan succeeded in making
the turn first he would never bo
caught, because it was said that his
stroke was a lasting one. ' On the
other hand, if he was beaten to the
turn, it was thought that he had no
show, because in all the big races
he had rowed he has never recovered
the lead after being onco beaten.
Great, therefore, were the expecta
tions of Ilanlan's friends to sec him
nearing the turn clearly ahead of
Gaudaur and gaming all the time.
Just about this lime, while nil
eyes were straining after tiie blue
and scarlet specks in the distance,
the wind freshened and developed
into quite a breeze, which raised a
nasty chopped sea in short order.
Added to this rain began coming
down and in a minute was driving
befoto the wind in sheets. Hanlau
reached the turning buoy first,
nearly two lengths in front of
Jacob. His time was 10:02. The
Tho champion's stroke had been re
duced hy this time to about thirty
five per minute, and Gaudaur, after
rounding, camo down to about the
same. Hanlan stopped an instant
hero for somo purpose, but did not
lose the lead. Ho kept well to the
front, as from tho start, until on
enteriug the third mile. Then ho
commenced to show decided signs of
exhaustion. So uneven did his
stroke become, and such exertion
did it seem to require for him to
keep up, that many believed his
bout was leaking or had shipped one
of the choppy seas.
Gaudaur at this timo was rowing
with tho same magnificent sweep he
had taken at the outset, but seemed
now to increase it slightly. With
machine-like precision he passed
Ilauhin. A boat's length of water
between them could soon bo seen,
then another, and at last ono more
additional. "Ilanlan's beaten!"
cried a number. "No, no!" shout
ed others. "See him spin t!" And
spurt Hanlan did with a vengeance.
The multitude on shore and afloat,
regardless of rain, tossed hats and
umbrellas in the air and started to
yell. Tho cheers died on their lips,
however. Hanlan couldn't stand
tho pace, and again Gaudaur s great
sweep began to tell. It was then
that Hanlan lay back for an instant,
and turning his faco fiom the rain
shot a glance over his shoulder at
Gaudaur. That glance was enough.
He saw himself badly beaten,
Gaudaur having gained a lead of
fully six lengths. Seeing Hanlan
surrender all hopes, Gaudaur then
magnanimously Blackened his speed
and crossed tho lino four lengths in
advance, having made the Unco
miles in 10:80, breaking the record
which ho himself made against
Teenier on Lake Calumet three years
ago, viz., 10:51.
On all sides exclamations of ad
aptation for the feat were heard,
coupled with conjectures as to what
would havo been dono had tho con
ditions been at all favorable. Hau
lau was surrounded by reporters on
stopping ashoro and interrogated as
to his opinion.
"Though I was fairly beaten,"
said ho, "I don't think tho best man
Being asked what he meant, tic
ex-champion grow very taciturn,
and would only say lhat he was out
of condition and suffering from a
seveic cold, which nailed him just
when tho water became roughest.
Gaudaur stepped up with a smilo on
his sun-browned countenance, and
said: "That was tho hardest race I
ever rowed-. I just had to do my
level beBt and I did it." This was
true, as a look at the tlmo recorded
showed that Hanlan, though beaten,
not only gave Gaudaur n gieat
struggle, but bioko tho record him
self, he coming in iu 19 minutes and
Ilanlan's bin ker, Oiinyn, Iwh
tiikt'ii couri'gf flout thl, uinl -a;
lie will send llnntaii to AuMralin to
heat Beieli then come hack and de
feat Gnudunr. On eyn ay- Han-l.ui'-
b -lit a in'e lor to hi o 'po
iifiit's in the choppy siu. and that
thU contributed ui much a any
tiling to the chaimi in the ine after
rounding the turn. Hanlan fecU
mu Ii liiigtiier to-night since It-am-ini
that he had surpassed the
woild's best reioi'd. if he lld not
win thi- race. He s.cU 1,400 of the
gate ic rip) a.
inn QUEEN'S JUBILEE inn
0 FOURTH OF JULY 0
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SUPREME COURT 'lN HANK
ruploy. In tho matter of Jacob
Ly ni' n bankrupt.
Or lor on potiilon of Bankrupt fordls.
charge from debts.
beloiu tho Hon. Ed waul Preston.
. Uron reading and filing the petition
of Ju.ob Ljons, alleging that six
months havo il ipsed eineu he was adju
dicated ii bankrupt and praingfora
dlsdi'irgo from all hisdehts it'lsoid-rid
thai Friday tho seventeenth day of June
iuslant at 10o'cloi-kln tho foienom of
that day at my Olinraher's Alllnlani
Honolulu he and tho tumo U hereby
appointed for a hearing up-n t aid pi ti
llou, when and where all en dltor's who
have proved their claims ogdnstsaid
bankrupt, may appear and show cause.
If any they havo. why the praver f such
bank-upt, should not he granted, and it
is further ordered that notice ho given
by advertisement In iho Duly IIullb.
tin a nowspuper printed and pulill-hcd
in Honolulu f r two weeks of the tlmo
nnd place of such hcnrii g, mid that tho
Clerk of the Supremo Court, mnll notices
of tho time ana place uf such hearing to
all creditors who have proved their
Witness my hand this tccond day of
.lustieo Supremo Court.
Attest J. II. KntbT.
2d Dimity Cleik. 53 12t
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rpHE undersigned hnvlng been tliU
X day duly appointed Atslgm-o of tho
estate of John M. Kai ona, Lai kru, t,
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said oniaio to m-iko immediate imjmi-nt,
and tho.o having claims ngainoi iitld
cstHte to present them without delay at
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lulu. CUA3. T. OULIOIC,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 35
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