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Von. II. No. 412.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1896.
IA V'C hitthl ' 'lJ1tM - J
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23T For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Bcal Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-lm
Wo wh1j to give notice that O. D. Chase
no longer ucts for tho Oormania Lifo
Insurance Company of Now York. Wo
tako pleasure iu uuuounoiug that Sir.
C. It. CurtisH, a perfectly roliuble and
gentlemanly wan, will roaiain iu Honolulu
for the present to attend to tho affairs of
tbe Company. .
THIS GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OK NEW YORK.
Bv its Attorney,
J. ALIRF.l) MAOOON.
Dated Honolulu. Hupumnur 17, lS'Jtl.
oim:n no m: at Ttit: iHYttri.t:
an ii ukai.vnj u:;,mi:ns.
. Jn- tii'iiernl ttntUlitcllou mid
lliii M'liolo i'liy Took n Moll-
(Ikj Winner of th !!,
Regatta day has come and gono,
but it will como ngiiin nuothcr
year. Saturday's successful cole
bration has htimppd tho dtiy with
public apptoval and tho now holi
day may ho cousidered firmly es
tablished iu tho national affection.
Littlo or no business was douo in
tho city and tho greater part of
tho population ilockod to tho water
front and made a day o it. Pnci
fio Mail wharf was crowded to its
utmost all day and tho hundreds
of chairs provided thoro were fill
ed long before tho races began,
while Professor Merger and tho
band kept things lively all day.
Hundreds of other sightseers
availed themselves of tho courtesy
of Captain Brown and obtainod a
splendid viow of tho races from
tho commodious deck of tho steam
er Aztec, whilo at tho other ond of
tho wharf tho tug Eleu was crowd
ed with humanity. Tho Kinau
and other wharves woro also
crowded all day.
At the Myrtle and Iloalaui boat
houses thoro was a crush all dav
long. Each club had vied with
tho other in tho maltor of decora
tions and flags, and botli had
bands of music present. There
was littlo dancing, however, until
lato in tho afternoon, ovorybody
being too much interested in tho
races to think of dancing. Both
clubs furnished an abundance of
refreshments at noon, consisting
of sandwiches, ico cream, cakes of
all kinds, cotleo and lcinonado,
while tho officers and members
Baw thatno ouo went hungry.
It was a few minutes after 9
when tho big yachts started in tho
first raco. Tho entries wore:
Holouo, by Win. G. Irwin ;Roscuo,
by O. Johuson; Hawaii and Bon
nie Dundee, by W. Luther "Wil
cox. Tho Holono wbb sailed by
Captain Macauloy and tho Bon
nie Dundee by Luther Wilcox. It
was generally conceded that tho
luttor yacht would win the raco
and tho result justified tho pro
diction, for sho crossed tho win
ning lino iu 3 hrs., 41 ininB., 22
sec, tho Heleno coming in sec
ond in 4 hrB., 1 min., 24 sec.
Prizes S50 and S25.
Tho tub raco, prizo So, went to
Kahaekupuun, the only contes
tant. Tho swimming raco from tho
tug boat to tho judges' stand
brought out throe contestants,
Andorson of tho U. S. S. Adams,
Kapule and Kimokeo. It was won
by tho latter in 2 min. 18-Jsoo., tho
man-of-war's man having no show
against tho nativns.
Tho four-oared shell raco, be
tween tho Myrtle and Heahtui
crows, was expected to bo tho raco
of tho day, but unfortunately the
Myrtles fouled tho Healanis noar
tho hulk Kaimiloa and tho raco
was givon to tho Healanis by tho
judges. Prizo 50.
Tho steainor boats raco was ono
oE tho hardest contested of tho
day. Thoro were eight entries,
viz: "Kuala" by James Sponcer,
"Kinau" and "Kilauea IIou" by
Captain Andrews, "Iwalaui," "Ka
uai," "Koauhou" and "Waialealo"
by Frank Harvey, "Lavinia" by
It. M. Fuller. Prizes-825, 815
and $10. Tho Kilauea Hou's
boat took tho lead and maintained
it to tho end with tho exception of
a short timo on tho outward stretch
when tho Lavinia forged in front.
Tho finish was made in tho follow
ing order: "Kilauea IIou," 13
inius.,40seca.; "Lavinia," 13 mins.,
48 socs.; "Iwalani," 13 mins.. 52
Tho six-paddle canoo raco for
prizes of $10 and S5 was won by
Keokii's boat, with Kainoa sec
ond. Tho four-oared bargo raco bo
tweon tho Iloalaui n nil Myrtles
was a disappointment to many, as
tho Healanis wore out-classod by
thoir bettor trained opponents and
lighter barge. Tho raco was won
by tho Myrtles in 13 min. 48 sec,
tho Hoalanis being 1 min. 10 sec.
behind thorn. Tho purso was $25.
Tho Bocond-olasB yachts to start
wore (ho Dahlia, Hobo, Edith L.,
Coral Queen and Pokij. Tho Po
kii crossod tho winning lino in
1 hr. 42 min. 2 sec., and tho Edith
L. in 32 seconds afterwards, the
latter boat taking first money on
account of timo allowance, the
prizes being 40 and 820.
Boatboy John Manuka won tho
tug-of-war for single scull boats
and a 65 nrizo.
Tito diving contest wont to Ki
mokeo. Tho six-oared bargo raco be
tween tho Myrtles and Healanis
was captured by tho Myrtles in
in 22 min. 15 sec, tho Healanis
being 39 seconds behind. Tho
purso was 40.
Tho sailing canoo raco brought
out a numbor of startors, two of
whom were swamped in rounding
tho buoy. Tho raco went to Kei
ki, with "I" second. Prizes $10
For tho two-oared shoro boat
raco most of tho boat boys en
tered. It was won by tho "Fair
play" with "Every Time" four
seconds bohiud. Prizo 20.
Tim five-oared whalo boat raco
betweeu a picked crow of tho
pilot boys and another from tho
U. S. S. Adams was tho most
stubbornly contested raco of tho
day. It was won by tho natives
in 30 min. 22 sec, tho United
StateB navy being just two seconds
Tho ton-oared whaleboat race
was nuother contest of endurance
between native HawaiiauB and
Undo Sam's boys, the latter losing
a woll pulled raco by four seconds
only. Tho prizo was $50.
After tho foul in tho Myrtlo
Hcalani shell raco had been set
tled by tho judges iu favor of tho
ILalanio, tho Myrtle Club at once
forwarded tho following challenge
to tho winning club:
Myrtle Boat House, )
Sept. 19, 189G. j
Captain Portor, Hoalaui Boat
Dear Sin: Not being satisfied
with tho result of tho four oared
shell raco, and boiug anxious to
try conclusions with your crow,
wo hereby challenge your club to
row the raco started this day over
again on Monday next at 5 p. m
course. Hoping that you
make it convenient to comply
with this, I remain, Yours truly,
(Sgd.) Ciias. S. Crane,
Capt. M. B. C.
It is understood that no reply
will bo made to tho above chal
lenge by Capt. Porter. Tho Ha
waiian Rowing Association was
started to avoid just such chal
lenges and re-challenges, and tho
Healani boys think that no en
couragement or advancement of
rowing can bo gained thereby.
The 14th annual Camp Firo of
Geo. W. Do Long Post, No. 45,
will bo held nt the residonco and
grounds of Comrado Past-Commander
John N. Wright, Littlo
Britain, on Tuesday evening,
September 22, at 7:30. A cordial
invitation is extended to all mem
bers ot this or any other Post, to
gethor with their families, albo to
all voti'i'tuiH of tho Union's Army
and Navy aud their families, who
may bo residing or visiting in our
midst. Trouble begins at 8 o'clock
p. in., taps at 11 o'clock p. m.
Pi:u Oiinr.it Committee.
IIouolulu, Sept. 18, 18i)(i.
Tho govern mont band will play
at Emma squaro this evening at
7:30, with tho following pro
gram: I'AltT I.
Overture Morn, Noon uud Ntlit. . ..8uppo
Himlo Illvmmc l'ctrella
Selection I-iicix-zIa Ilorgia Doiii.cltl
One, Two, Tlireo ami Kour. Maul Olrl,
l'antasla Force In tliu Forest.... MlcliaulU
Wulu Mornlnj,' 1'npers Wtraiios
Knntiisia A Dsmceuiitlicdri'vii,,. Klleuliuri;
March- l'ulolo Herder
LAHAINA BEATS WAILUKU
: t'ttri'L iMiini'itKrATioN or
tin: ,uir,itiAN i un: on maui.
T.'lnc Willlltkiillll (Viiw l!io illiiiin tnllln
Midi llltfli t'xiri'liitlon mid (lit
Itnek ullli I.mK-i-ril I'liti;.
Tho 19th was eolebrated in this
way at Lahaina: For some timo
past Wailuku thought they had a
bamcbnll rinc that could lick
everything iu sight even to a
postage stamp. They may oven
think so yet. Tho Lahainas don't
thiu k; they play ball and think
afterwards, and just now thoy nro
thinking that Wailuku was a lit
tlo too previous, camo over tho
mountain to claim the champion
slnp of Maui, a trillo too soon
practically Bpeaking. Thoir
principles of the game nro good,
but tho execution was poor. They
got it where the camel got the
whooping cough (iu tho neck).
Was Lahaina glad when tho
gnmo led off in tho lead? No. Soon
Lahaina shook off somo dust
and Wailuku could not see them
iu tho distance. Wailuku wiped
out tho dustiness, crawlod up and
camo oven in tho 4th inning. Then
Lahaina laughed when 11 runs
woro tallied for hor. Wailuku
followed with 0. Then Lahaina
laid an egg on tho blackboard.
Cheors for Wailuku, who then
tallied ono and smiled. Lahaina
followed suit and yelled for further
ordors. Wailuku played uphill
first-rate and brought in live mon.
Stocks up! Two moro for Lahai
na and then stocks down, when
Wailuku failed to touch tho home
plato. This was repeated in tho
last innings nud then Wailuku
went homo. Score, 1G to 20.
Mohoula, tho crack playor,
pitched for tho Wailtikus. O. O.
Abbott and Mr.Bosenorans deserve
special mention aud also every man
that played in both teams, for
providing the quiot old borough
with a very interesting gnmo. A
return will be played soon and
Lahaina may congratulato thom
solvcs. Thoy may lost tho next.
Judgo Carter has tho hearty
thanks of all for his energy in pro
moting athletics by his personal
interest in playing and coaching.
It wna a good game and friendly,
is tho vordict of all. Bottor luck
next timo, Wailuku. Aloha.
Lahaina, Sopt. 19, 189G.
Rliiflcut t ntt-rtiiliiiiKMit by ll'' Voting
Thero was a numerous response
Friday evening to tho general in
vitation by tho Young Hawaiiaus'
Institute to its rooms in tho Fos
ter block, Nuuanu street. Besides
tho wives and families of members,
a number of foreign ladios and
An opening chorus was followed
with an address of welcome by tho
president, Chas. Wilcox, dolivored
iu Hawaiian. Thou tho now officers,
of whom a list has been already
published, woro installed by tho
president, who is rotained for an
othor term. Solomon Mohoula
gavo a humorous speech in intro
ducing tho stalwart now marshal,
who afterward presented the other
officers to tho president. All of
tho ollicors aro of lino physiquo
and, having their becoming appa
rel set off with beautiful bouton
niores, made an imposing appear
ance on this occasion. The briot
ritual was roudered with dignity
by Mr. Wilcox.
Initiation of new mombers be
ing passed over, and none of tho
audience responding to a call for
remarks, tho mombers sang "Sweot
Loi Lohua," and then ico cream
and cako woro sorvod, together
with tompsranco drinks. This
brought tho formal proceedings to
a close, and card games woro in
troduced in tho outor room, while
tho best singers of tho Instituto
proceeded to rmdor no less than
twenty-fivo numbors with piano
and guitar accompanimonts.
Smoking wns invited in tho
outer room, but, with open win
dows, caused no discomfort
to anybody in the assembly
hall. Tho music was delight
ful. Mr. Cuelho was never in
bettor voico ana ins ecno song
was loudly encored,
Stelling's "Down on
at J. II.
but Jack had a bad cold and will
do hotter another timo. Tho en
tertainment wns a free and eapy
at homo, which was highly pleas
ing to tho guests.
(m.icK couitr irrArmts
Nlvtv-SIx iniiiur Oiroiiilrrw iifl Iln-lr
Jut DrNcrtt 'till Jlorninir.
In Judgo do la Verguo's court
this morning the calendar con
tained tho nam oh of sixty-six of
fenders, most of thorn receiving
penalties according to their of
fenses. Among tho numbor woro twolvo
druuks, including Sweet Emily
with a compound jag on, who
eithor forfeited $6 bail or paid tho
usual S3 lino.
Ah Tai was finod $4 for cele
brating a Chinoso holiday on Sun
day aud incidentally shooting off
Chaug You was fiued $30 for
dealing in chefa tickets nud Ah
Fat aud You Yen $50 each for
having opium iu possession.
Ouo of Herr Borger's horn
players olovated too many horns
of beer on Saturday night nud
wnH fined $5 for disturbing tho
Ton Ohiueso, designated as
common nuisauct-B for obstructing
the sidewalks with duck baskots,
woro fined sums ranging from $7
Sovon natives pleaded guilty to
selling liquor withoutu licouso and
got their soutonces suspended till
I'Jcctnieiit Cni Under Aitvliniioiil
.Siijiionio Court Term.
Judgo Perry has tho Harbottlo
vs. Rawlins ejectment case under
Tho Supromo Court opened in
rogular term this morning.
Judge Carter has approved tho
aunutu account of Frances E.
Hobron, trustoo of estate of
Thomas II. Hobron, deceased.
Receipts $19,.J42.7.), payments
$11,228.49, balance $8114.24.
Tho fiunl accouut of James
Armstrong, oxecutor of tho will of
Louisa Armstrong, has been ap
proved and ho discharged. Judgo
Carter ordors that tho petitioner
retain all property bolougiug to
tho ostato remaining in his hands,
ho being tho solo doviseo under
the will. Tho cash balanco is
$G02, and tho income is about
$1400 a year. Kahookano for pe
titioner. I'liliimit t'liiipfl Concert.
At tho Palama Chapol, Inst Sat
urday evening, thoro was present
a largo and appreciative audienco
to liston to a dolightful program
gotton up Tor tho occasion. Tho
program was as follows:
Violin solo Mr. Hall
Song Miss Richards
Recitation Mrs. Black
Song Mr. Meonder
Short address Rev. Mr. Biruio
Violin boIo Mr. Hall
Song Mr. Meondor
Recitation Mrs. Black
Song Miss Richards
This was tho first of a series of
ontortainmont8 which is expected
to bo given at tho chapol during
tho coming months.
Singors lead tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excollonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
easo of motion, groat Bpoed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Bergorscn, agont,
King and Bothol streets.
STARS ARE CHAMPIONS J
Tin: Mi,iit:iiN niiii.v lutt i.
titer Ono Tliou-mml I'cojilc U'IIih-ih
mi I'xrltliii; (initio Pltrhtr
Wuuili' Arm JIic Oul.
It is said tho grand stand never
hold as muuy people as woro
presonton Snturday at tho baseball
grounds to witness the game in
which tho First Regiment team
presented tho Stars with tho cham
pionship for 189G. Up to tho
seventh innings the gamo was as
close and as protty a ouo as tho
veriest basoball crank would wish
to seo. In that iuuiugs Simorson
was substituted for pitcher Woods,
whoso arm had given out. Tho
Stars immediately proceeded to
but Simerson's balls all ovor tho
hold and tho First Regiment team
went to pieces. Thoro woro two
or three casualties during tho
gamo but nothing serious. (Junha
lost a piece of his thumb and
Willis wns knocked cold by a col
lision with Pryce, but recovered
aftor a fow minutes and finished
out tho gnmo.
Tho details of tho play aro given
First For tho First Regiment
Baker mado first on a slow ball to
shortstop, Simerson struck out,
Cummings mado second and Unkor
got third on a drive to second.
Baker camo in on a passed ball.
W. WoodB got in a base hit to loft
field and Cummings scored. Woods
took second on a passed ball.
Gleasou failed to innko first. .
Cunha was put out nt.first.
Willie Wildor couldn't rench
first bag, Willis was put out at tho
Bamo place, Hart ilow out to cen
Second Goorgo Woods was
struck out, Carlylo ilow out to
third and Ltiahiwa Hew out at
Harry Wilder flow out nt loft
field, Pryco got to third on an
ovorthrow to first by Bhortstop,
Lishman got first and Pryco
scored on a dropped ball by shorts
stop, Lishman stole second, Woods
struck out. Lishman stolo third.
Babbitt was put out at first.
Third Baker couldn't mako
first, Simorson struck out, Cum
niings took his base on balls, and
stole second aud third aud camo
in on Woods' base hit. Woods
took second on a passed ball.
Gleason struck out.
Ross How out at center field,
Willio Wildor got a base hit to
right field nud stolo second, Wil
lis moKiirsi on uans, liart mado
a baso hit, Percy Lishman was
put out trying to Bteal homo nnil
Harry Wildor How out to short
stop. Fourth Cuuha flow out at con
terlield, Goorgo Woods mado n
baso hit and took third on Car
lylo's singlo. Carlylo stolo second
and Luahiwn struck out. Baker
failed to make first.
Percy got tho first two-baggor
ot the day, Lishman got first on a
muff by Cummings, Woods was
caught out at second and Pryco
found off his baso at tho Bamo
placo. Babbitt flew out at short.
Firm Simorson Btruck out,
CuinmingB did tho same, WoodB
mado n safo baso hit and stolo
second. Gleason failed to mako
Ross flow out to second, Willio
Wildor struck out, Willis mado
his baso and stolo second, Hart
took first on balls, Harry Wildor
mado first. Pryco's two baggor
brought iu two runs. Lishman
mado first, Woods struck out.
Sixth Cuuha failed to mako
first, Goorgo Woods ilow out to
Babbitt, Carlylo got iu a two-baggor
and stolo third. Luahiwn.
llew out to Sara Woods.
Babbitt flew out to short, Ross
took first on balls aud stolo boc
ond. Willio Wildor nud Willis
both struck out.
Seventh Bakor failod to mako
first, Simorson got a base, Oum
mings flow out to Babbitt nud W.
Woods wag put out at first.
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