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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 11, 189G.
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THE HEALANIS DEFEATED.
TIIK ItRD AND WHITE WINS IN
Saturiln)' lloat Hnclim nt l'enrl
IlnrlMir The MjrCloN Win Itolh
I'venti Nlo of the liny.
Tho shoot of water nt Pearl
Lochs with its shores, generally
so quiot and ponccEul, presented a
scone oE groat activity on Satur
day aftoruoon. Altogether, twenty
car lands oE people from Honolu
lu, "Waionno nnd way stations
wont there to see tho sporting
ovont oE the year, tho boat races
botweon tho Myrtles and tho Hca-
lani crows. Along tho shore bo
tweon tho railway pier and tho
boat liousos, tho ladios woro large
ly in tho majority, decked out in
ribbons, handkerchiefs nnd
badgos indicating their proEer
ences Eor one or tho other oE tho
crows. Sovoral woro elaborate
costumes, gotton up for tho occa
sion, composed of red and white
or blue nnd wliuo, winio mnny a
pretty faco was crowned by a
white sailor hat with n bluo or
scarlet band on which tno namo
of the club it represented was
stamped in big whito lotters.
Over tho courso there was just
enough of n breozo to ruillo the
surfneo oE tho wutor slightly. Tho
pier and landing stages woro
packed with thoso anxious to see
' tho iinish oE each rnco and out on
the wator a hal dozen yachts
biuiwi rauuu una rouuu waiting1
lor tno contests to commonco.
Tho Hawaii, with Judge Cnrtor in
command, now tno Myrtlo colors
and was decked out with n proEusion
of lings oE gaudy huo. Tho steam
launch from tho Adams, bearing
ono or two ot that vessel's oiheors,
Olms.B. Wilson, stnrtor, nnd n num
ber oE press representatives, put in
an appcaranco about halE past
two. At 4:1:5, just us tno crowd
was beginning to got a little im
patient, tho luunuh started oil
down tho courso at about tho samo
time as the muscular young mem
bers of tho junior crewu jumped
into thoir racing Bhellsnnd pulled
away Eor tho staiting point.
Fioni tho ond of tho railway
pier there was n fine view o tho
wholo courso, tho start being
easily discerned ns, while tho
wator for half way down tho
loch was under cloud shadows,
the sun shono brightly at tho
lowor end. Tho llealauis won
tho choieo and took tho mauka
or innor sido of tho courso and at
tho signal shot, fired by Mr. Wil
son at 4:21 tho two boats, which
woro oxactly ovon when tho re
volver wont off, shot uway for tho
homo stake. Tho Healauis got thoir
oars in the wator a fraction of n
second in advance of tho othor
crow. For two-thirds o tho milo
and a half distance tho boats woro
right togothor. Thon a slight,
but uovortholoBS tolling, accidout
which occurred nearly at tho
start, begun to affect tho Houlnni
crow bo that .tho Myrtle's slowly
forged abend. Tho brass guard
encircling Geo. Boss's oar and
which assisted in holding it in
position broke, and haying to
hold tho oar in position as well
lis pull, naturally dotractod a littlo
from tho efficiency of his stroke.
As they ueared tho finish tho
crews woro soparatod by a good
boat s length-, and us the. Myrtlos
flow by tho ond of the pior tho
distance was nearly a longth and
Tho timo of tho Myrtles was
ton minutes nnd twonty ono sec
onds. Thoro was vociferous cheer
ing for tho winners, considerable
of it coming from tho good natur
ed patrons of tho losing side.
Both crows woro warmly wel
comed by thoir friends, rushed
into tho dressing rooms nnd every
necessary uttontion given them.
Nono seemed much oxhnusted
and Geo. Ross doclnred himself
just sufficiently warmed up to bo
in first class trim for tho final
contest, tho Sonior race.
As nn extra diversion for tho
crowd while waiting for tho latter
there was a whulo boat raco be
tween six strapping big police
men, Mnrshnl Brown noting ns
cox-swain, and a like number of
prison guards with Jailor Low in
the stern. The race was ovor tho
course, out and back, making it n
haid three milo pull. Tho police
men won, taking tho load soon
after tho start and increasing it
all tho way. Marshal Brown's
Iwakami, Robinson Block,
HOTEL STREET, s -..
Jk U tho way. Marshal Brown's r
I have been stopped from offering premiums, but as a reward
for your patronage, and to tho person holding the greatest
number of Tickets, July 1st, I will make a prosont of Two
Silk Dress Patterns, 15 yards each, or One Pino Silk Shirt
and One Dozen Silk Handkerchiefs. These Tickots will bo
handed you with every ono dollar cash purchase There will
be no gambling or guessing of any numbers; all that you have
to do is to keep tho tickets and present them at my store July
1st, and if you had tho largest number the present is yours.
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faco was astudy as his boat pass
ed tho $pior and ho could not
pralso his mon enough.
Meautimo tho Suuiors had gona
down to the starting place, accom
panied by tho launch. Tho Myrtlos
won tho choieo o tho position ths
timo and voiy magnanimously
gave their opp iuuitd 111- insido o
tho courso. There wuu a littlo
diflioulty about gutting off, tho
wind and current affecting tho
boats somewhat and Mr. Wilson's
pistol Eailing to go off at tho first
trial. Tho Myrtles dntted ahead
a littlo and began bncking wator to
got into place aguiu. This gavo
tho Honlunis tho lend whou tho
signal was fired. They hold it
well until considerably ovor half
way homo. Then Ohamborlain
began to show signs of giving. out
and from thou on only pulled mo
chauically, overy stroke apparent
ly giving him pain. By tho timo
the threo quarter ling was passed
tho Myrtles had regniued thoir
lost ground and nt tho pior thoy
led by ovor two lengths.
Ohnmborlniu had gone to pieces
and as tho iloniaui sholl passed
tho pior ho was in a fainting con
dition and unable to hold himself
upright in his seat. As soon bb
possible ho was carried into tho
boat houso, n physician summon
ed nnd ovorytlnng done to. relievo
his distress. Ho was taken to tho
train on a Btrotchor. Ho vomited
a littlo blood but was soon ablo to
assist himself and this
was about again.
Tho train got back to town
about 7 J.0 and tho Myrtle boys
and thoir friends celebrated thoir
victories by chiving round in car
riages and wagonettes until a lato
hour. Thoro was no ill-foling bo
tweon tho raerabois of the two
clubsr all being perfectly harmo
nious. Tho Myrtlos expressed,
much sympathy for tho misfor
tunes of tho other crows and ro
grotted them Bincoroly.
President Lansing gave a hand
some dinner to tho lloAlani crows
at tho Hawaiian Hotel Satur
day night and both ho and tho di
rectors woro unstinted in thoir
praises of tho boys for their
pluck and while thoy would like
to have won tho races thov fool
certain that every man did bis
Thoro woro present to tho ban
quet at tho Hawaiian, F.S. Dodge,
lr. Cooper, of tho Myrtlos,. tho
board or directors and all oi tho
rowing crows oi tho Healaui club,
oxcopting Ohamborlain, whoso
condition, Dir. Cooper decided,
did not admit of his attending.
Tom Krouse, of tho Arlington,
gavo an ologunt repast to tho
Myrtlo boys, who had a jollifica
tion at tho Hotol and afterward.
Tho Healaui's havo got a "load
pipo cinch" on tho September
boat races, if thoy como off.
They havo arranged for n mas
cot in tho shapo of a rubber doll
about four inches long ovor which
a kahuna will exorcise all tho
known rites of his art. This places
them in a position of porfoct secur
ity. Aia a puka mai Mahealani !
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