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Vol. V. No. 101(5.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1-1, 1898.
Pniou 5 Odnts.
Ill -. .I.M V
LOYE FEAST OF VICTORS
The Healanl Boat Club Celebrates Its
Boys Who Pulled the Oars Tell Ihe Story
Championship Banner Presented to
President Cecil Brown.
Members of the Henlnni Yacht
and liont Club assembled at the
clublnnso last ni'ht to celobrate
their double victory of Snturdnj
in tho annual charapiouship races.
It was n splendid turnout on n
short call, there being more than
Qpo. II. Carter, on calling the
moetiug to order, proposed three
cheers for tho winning crews, aud
tho response shook the raftors.
Then ho called on Cecil Brown,
president of the club, to take the
chair, remarking (lint it did the
rowers good to aeo tun old mom
I) era coming round to show then
Mr. Brown said ho had bot;uu
to think that it win a long lane
that hud no turning, Last Satur
day tliero wis a turuiug, and he
uop-nl the Ucilani oarsmen wouM
keep on until thoro should not bt
room on th walls for tbc banner
won. He then gave tbo meoting
again into Mr. Carter's hands,
who with awful humor called ou
members of the wiuning crews,
one by one, to toll how thoy did
it. Coudensod reports of what
they said follow:
D' L. Coukling, coxswain of the
Juuior crow Thero was not much
raco in it.
Paul Jarret, Jr., Junior stroke
It was an easy raoo from start
Johu Waterhouso It ia better
to wiu a race tliaa to Iobo oho
Wo had better training than tin
Myrtles, and that's how we won it
iUr. Uttrtar it wo only keep
Aviumug we 11 havo good crews all
II. WilliamB, "tho middy"!
can row uotior man taiK.
P. W. Klobahu, senior stroko.
just hero entered carrying the
championship bannor wrapped up.
Spontaneously, tho wholo com
pony rose nnd gave him three
Mr. Carter, unfurling tho ban
nor hauded it to tho prosidout,
saying with confidence in our
men wo present you with thin
Mr. Brown It is tho first ban
ner for tho Healanis. I hopo it i'h
tho bogiuning and not the end,
.aud that it will continue until th's
homo will not be big enough t
MrL.nsing wanted to know why
inu cjiors qi uie untiuor wurc
'those of tho defeated obump'ou,
Mr. Carter explained tho hi
rauuomouts, woll known to ti
public, for having Ihe champion
ship rnces rowed for three years
in boits o idoulioil yiold. It wae
also agreed that tho first winner
ali'iulii have a banner iu its colors
This binuor was theri-'oro wrest
ed from tho grasp of th Myrtles
and there wa therefore morr
honor in hanging it on tho Hen
lani wnll-1. Perhaps Mr. Llebahn
could explain tho slowor time this
Mr. Klebahn. nrpplod witli
threo diners, gave on iuterestinu
account of tho raco, It wns noi
by any moans a waiting race. The
timo mado did not come up to
prnuiUo. As to tho start it was
not right to firo tho pijtol on tho
Barae instant as tho call, "Aro you
Dan Kenenr, introduced as one
who "drives tho boat through tho
wanr ovory day as if ho wore
driving a nail in tho Myrtloa' cof
fin" It waB my firftexportonco in
a shell, but I hopo it shan't bo my
W. F. Williams Jr. All I can
say in that wo have boaten the
Myrtlos, aud I suppose wo can
bent 'em all the timo.
0. 0. Ilbodos, "the opium
catchor." When I got across the
line I hnrdly knew whothor our
boat was abend or tbo Myrtles,
but thought by the colors waving
on shoro it was ours. I sworo all
ihe way I should uever row ngiiu,
but may tbink about it again ufter
Q J. Boisso First timo I ovej
went in a boat whs about three
months ago. I told tho Myrt en
Mioy needn't put in a boat to pace
them wo would do the pacing for
V. E. Wall was introduced
with a story about oyster supp i
n the Wall family whose btal
warts aro divided between the
Myrtles nud Healanis.
James W. Lloyd, secretary
Tho secretary's work is ea-y
enough, but wliou you got foui
men in a boat, three weeks before
a race, and uo two of thom ablo to
row tognther, it is pretty hard
lines. ,Ho told of many changes
iu the Juuior crow shortly before
Tlieo. F. Lansing, director It
is particularly ploaf-nnt to mo to
'aku pirt iu a jollification over a
victory. I congratulate tho presi
dent. Canlaill. nrmi-H mid mnmlmrj
Kirk Portnr wjih riiHnTinniiiti.il
in boinc kent mil nf tho imi.a Inut
year by illness and this yenr by a
leion on tuo Hand, but would al
ways be on baud when his eer
vices wero needed.
Charles E. Derrick, a rotired
coxswain, cave soma timo records
F. W. MsChesuey, "not exactly
the kicker of the club," resp .uued
humorously to a call.
Geo. Turner, tho boat builder,
gave an account of tho start which
was intorebting. It supported the
Mr. Sherman of San Francisco
gratofully acknowledged tho cour
tesy, through tho "man with black
wlihlorV of un honorary mem
ber's ticket when he nrrived.
0 B. Grnv thanked both thn
crows for saviuu the black whisk
ers, to Which the vuitnr liiwl inal
reforred. Thoso hirsuto adorn.
moutd of his. it mav tin nvnlninod
wore wagered on too races.
It being about 9:30, tho com
pany was invited down to tho boat
rooms for icecrenm and cakes.
It is stated positively that Jus
tico White will not servo as an
Amoricau Peace Commissioner
Sonator Georgo Gray of Dolaware
is uamed for the place.
Stato elections in Vormont and
Arkansas give victory to tho Ke-
DUblicaUB and Dflmnnrnlo roiniw.
t voly. A special sossiou of tho
Oregon legislaturo is called to
elect a U. S. Senator.
The Snnnifill Carina lino naonm.
HocarjsburL'. N. Y.. Snnt. fi
at auotu uoon tuUiiy two south
spans of tho International briduo
of tho New York and Ottawa Bail
way, now under courso of con
otructi n across the St. Lawrence
Itiver thren milpn nhnvn llm Hi
fjj - - -j - w.
Itijis Iudiwi village, fell without
naming Eighty men at woik on
'lie. bndo were tuiowu into the
river sixty fnet bolow. Over
thirty worn picked up and takou
to Cornwall Hospital, and twenty
seven nro now missing.
The Irumnnrt f!nlrm l...D ,.
med in oan Franoieco.
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Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and dellclMa.
JOWlMkWQ POWDCe CO., NfW VOUK.
ERNEST G. THRUM'S CLOSE CALL,
Resuscitated From Suffocation on
Board the Ship Kenilworth.
H)w Captain Baker and Two Others Died Graphic De
scription of the Fire in the Sn
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G.
Thrum have received by the
steamer Moana from San Francis
en lotters from their son, Ernest
CJ. Thrum, who wns a passenger
from Hiln in tho chip Kenilworth,
bouud lot Now York with sugar,
aud which put into Valparaiso
with tho cargo on fire.
Tho intelligence of tho casualty
as it relates to Mr. Thrum biraeolf
is of such n nature a9 to mnkn his
parents nud family profoundly
grateful to a kind Providonco that
ho is not numbered with tho threo
unfortunato mariners whoso
bodies had to b cousigued to an
abyssmal nud u imark-tl nve be
neath the deep ocean. Ho had a
close call f jr his lifo that ho "will
novor forgot. t
A summary of Ernest G.
Thrum's letters, whero theyjtell of
tho disaster, is hero given:
At Sea, July 9, 1898. About
3 p. in. on July 7, us I was read
ing, tho mate came in and awked
mo if there wns anything burning
in tho lazarelte, the entrauce to
which is in my rooim When, ou
looking into the same and seeing
uo Bmoko or anything wrong, ho
told mo in n very quiet way,
"TUE SHIP IS ON FI11E."
Tho after hatches wero ordered
off. Smoko wns comine from the
outer ventilator, and ovorvono
worked with n will as von mnv do
nend. All linndn vnrn nrdnroil r,i
deck aud Captain Baker had the
vessel's courso changed for Val
paraiso. At that time tbo ship
was parsing through two severe
gales with lots of bail. Aftor tho
tho other troublo the sails had to
bo taken up.
Whou tho after hatch wns taken
off, tho smoko poured up. It was
useless to do anything thou.
Wnter only added fuel to tho
llames. I added ray help whero I
could, being like tho rest
tho hatch was on
coming through tho voutilntor as
bnFnrK. nf Ilia nml.Ll,;,, l,n.., I
smoke was soon
before, at the nmiiUhin lumm
Tho hoBO was tnken thor-. It was
hero, under tho amidhip houso,
that the firo wns fiercest, if not tho
only place it existoJ. Tho ven
tilator beenme hot thnt it stnrt
od the woodjviik in tho caipou
tor's room ndioiniui' nmt tlm mnm
occupied bv tho to bovs. Thoo
uoys uaroiy Baved what was on
hem. Tho sm iko was terribly
thick here nnd it was nltnost iin
posiiblo to got thing out. Tho
bovs. stewards and mvnnlf iliil tli..
best wo coull. diouchuiLi tlm
rooms by passing buck-Is of
wator bailed up from tho wash
over tho decks. Bv 4:H0 the
SMOKE BEEMED TO ME OUT
in fierceness, and every vnMIn or
nnd the hatches wero covered wiih
heavy Bails to koepnll the draught
out. 'Hid cabins woro full ot
smoko aud gns.
After diunor all of us wero on
douk uttil 8:30 p. m. As my
room was so Btrnng I told tho
captain I would lie down on the
transom in his cabin. Fee'ing
cold I thought I would go below.
By this timo overything was cool
ing, littl i if auy smoko to bo seen
At 8 p. m. the second mato, Mr.
Gouoroaux, took clmrgo of the
vessel. Tho captaiu instructed
lum to call him at 12:45
o'clock unless anything arose.
Everything piesedtmif in ordoi,
all signs of smoko gooo, so h
didn't call us until the timo tho
captain told him. In tho mate's
room wns Henry llobson, ouo of
tho boys who had been burned
out, a lad of sixteen, and Mr
I'iper tho mate. The captain wn
on his bed nnd, as I said before, 1
on his lounge tho captain telling
mo is ho waul into his room to
SLEEP WITH ONE EVE Ol'EV.
and which I undoubtedly did, for
tho Just I knew anything ho wn
snoring and .fast nsleop. Whou
Mr. Ucuereaux camo to cnll the
captain and mate I was breathiug
heavily, wbilo tho otl or threo
wero unconscious. Wo were till
Inken on the after hatch and work
ed over ns uever mau worked over
man. Stimulants wtr. admiuis-t.-rod
nud iorj thing available
doiio to rostore life, but witho.it
avail except iu my cae. For t At,
solid houis thoy worked over me
nnd whou I nw k t f uml mvaJr
in tho boatswain's v k. I have a
dimrecollectionof routing over me.
aud of tollinn somobodv to Innk
OUt for HIV foot. fMr. Thrum
was voyaging for his hodtli nd
had a tender nlnen in nm t ,..f t
was told by tho boatswaiu that foi
quite a while thoio did nut seem
tho loast movement to mv Imnri
pulse or breathiug. Tho men
worked over the captain, mate and
boy Until after 3 o'nlnnlr Init wi'fli.
OUt avail. Thov word all in rnnma
more confined tbnn I wob, ovi
dontly having lost nil lifo some
timebeforo boing found. Botweon
9 and 10 they were
nCHIEI) AT ZEA.
All gnthored around tho bodies
ns I offered up prayer for thoao
who would bo loft to receivo the
sad tidings. When it became
known we woro bound for Vnlpa
raieo the last words Hoary Hob
son said to mo woro: "I do not
want to go to Valpirniso. I want
to go homo boforo winter begins
Mr. Gonoroaur nnd T Imvn
mattresses in tho wheel house
Ho has now taken command of the
Ship, tho mate's hnntauruin n,.fi.,
ns first officer. No invpRtioaiimi
has vet been mniln nml nf fliiu
?"nlinBi 3:30 ! "., thore is nottho
least SICn of Smoke, nlthmifrli tlm
odor is quito porceptiblo particu-
mriy uoout tuo cabin.
of tiro are just as distinct today n
on that memorable nfteruoon. On
tho 10th of July our threo crono
nieters wore found to bo stonoed.
S1I1C0 which dlllc. witlmnl i,rMu.
datn for wind or ourreut, Mr Gen
eroaux has broucht no mifolu t,,
port. On nwaking this morning 1
met him nnd tlm first wnnlu i...
said wero, "Laud is iu sight." V
were on 6hort allowances half a
cup of wator besides tea nnd coffee
tho first four days. Tho pipo to
the tank had got mollod and then
was uo way to tet to them. There
Continued on Fourth Piiue.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery.
231 King Street.
Il4 been appolnleJ afent In the Hawaiian Ulan.lt
tor the famous
Bicycle's well known for their ability to stanJ hard
They are LOW In price but HIGH In quality. They
have MORGAN & WKIGIirS DOUULL TU1IC
TIKES, fluili Joints. Tauber hani...rs n iii.i, i.,r
anj every muJcrn Improviment Enamel anj finish
equal to any fully RuarantecJ as to material anj
workmanship In every way equal to filch prlceJ ma
chln-s for hirj work in I weir I'rKe spotcali$4a.oo
Ladles and gentlemen's In stock.
Cuntracts l.k iu nHa r
bl le In guild orJer at Ji.oo per month,
miures and keep
WHAT HAPPENED ON MOANA
the Events of
Llteiary and Musical Piodram Woman and
Her Honey Martin Smith and
Tho Moana camo into port and
haulod alongside tho Pacific Mail
wliunf nt about 7 a. m. this morn
ing after A very pleasant trip from
Sau Francisco. For tho first four
days I lie sea was as sniodth ns a
mill pond nnd tho Monna traveled
along liko a ferry, boat.
Thoro was a crowd of Honolulu
people nud strangers coming to
tho Inlands on business nud they
npent an onjoynblo timo together
Among tho pleasant events was n
concert uudor tho direction of
Prof. F. W. Jacobs, a blind pro
fessional musician, who cornea to
Honolulu to locate. Tho program
was as follows: ,
Solo: Voe.il Prof Jacob
DlIoC Vocal nil uml VL.1,1 ...
Solo: Vowil mihk ii..i,
Solo: Viivill MIkh Allen
" nM.i.M..... ......... ......... ... nuin
rtocltatlon .'...-."..Mr Urulkuluiik
HpaiUiiL' M. i.'..ik.
Solo: oe.il Mr Williiinm
Uuot: Violin and Oultar
VJUk nml '..lit,..,
Solo: Vocul Mr nils
Wlilslllni? Solo Cnii.it..,
Solo: Vocal . MriMni
SolocUon , Orrliohtm
holo: V(H'1 lrof JucoIih
Duet: Vocal Kills ami Milan
Ood Save tho Quoou.
America nnd Aloha (o.
Another event wns a mock trial
in which Martin Smith of
Honolulu was tho prisoner on
trial. Ho was irrpntit in l..n
form and appearod before "Judge
Fred. W. Macfarlune." Two law
yers from tho States ropresonted
tho defonco and prosecution res
pectively. Tho trial crented cruat
intorest nnd nsststod very much
toward tho outortuinmout of tho
Thero is an elderly woman in
tho steerage who furuihhed thi'
topic for much discussion on the
trin down. She left Hun Vmn-
cioco with S10.UOO in cold undor
her pillow nud has lain ou her
Imok over sinco her departure At
uer neau sits ono man and at her
foot another. Both aro armed
with ugly looking rovolvors. T ny
tako turns at sleeping and buo
watched tho treasure with an
Tho woman haB an idea that her
money will bo stolon aud, for that
reason, took this menns of secur
ing her wealth. Why sho did not
ndopt a more Bonsiblo nud loss
cumboraomo mothod of convoy
ing hor wealth is a mystery that
"till remains to bo solved. Cor
.niuly it would havo coat her loss.
MS IMNTOIt A1IIIIVKM.
Uer. Klnculd " V 1 1 1 Conduct I'rnyvr Nr
vlces This Kvvnliiir.
Bov. Wm. M. Kincoid, tho now
pastor of tho Central Union ( hurch
arrived this morning with his wifi
nud threo childreu. Thoy nro stop
ping at tho Arlington for the pre
sent. Mr. Kincaid will conduct the
egular Wednesday prnyermoetiue
Ins evouiug. It U hoped there will
ho a large nttoudauco to greot the
Crying for tlm Moon,
Two delegnlos from a Boynlist
mootiug at Hilo apponr'd at tho
pen meeting of tlu Commission
i h is morning. Thoy prosoulod a
resolution from tboir co is'ti uouts
tsking for the restoration of v
monarchy. This, with tho Honol
ulu "monkey bu8lnes," iiinki
tho Commissioners smilo.
' onie Tomnle. T.
ONLY A PART OF LUZON j
McKlnley Does Hot Payor Taking tte
Only Enough Territory to Give Coaling Stt-
llon This Is Indirect "Tip'' of
WnshiiiKtnn, Sont. 7. Mnrrtl
bora of the Cabinet nw in toinv
decline to discuss the inrnct?oiii
to be given tho Pca'co Cunmin-
sioners, but there hns boen sufli-
3ient leakngo of nets to thow thai
the instructions riro prnclically
Lajntig the liuei previously predict
ed namely, providing for the no-
quinng.ju the Philippines of tho
minimum of torntorv and oov-
ernmoutul responsibility with thn
maximum of commercial advan
taste.' .f j
Parties in'close touch with tho
Admiuisration assert that uot
only will the Goverumout uot do
maud the cession of tLo wholo of
tho Philippine Islands, but thai
only a portion of the ishmd of
Luzou including the proviuco of
Cnvite,' will be de-manded by tho
Uuited States. It iB snid tho
President is convinced that thj)
spntiinont of tho country ia op.
po6ol to tho acquisition of thn
Wholo of the Pllilmmnnn uiol Mini
ii naval station with -territory ad
jacont eullioient to protect it
against nssault is 'all that will bo
required or requisite to nfford fnll
facilities to our 'warships in Aria
tic wators to nrotect Atnerinnn itv-
Tho Hawaiian Xntioual Lengue
now hns a mombernhio of nlmnt n
thousand Hawmians, all men of
intolligpnpo and good Htnnding.
Their main work ha hrnn fini-iK.
ed but they will not disorennizo.
It is prnlmbi that they will ba
formed into a nennnnont ttnliiioal
m w i .
At Ilia .Military Hospital.
It seoma that Surgeon Mntnr
Davis mado n good calculation
when ho furnished tho military
hospital with 123 beds. At tho
presout timo there ore 101 patients
in tho hospital. Men aro din.
charged at the rate of about ton n
day. Thoro are at the hospital, nt
tho DreHonttimp, three niou in a
Through his attorneys Kinnov
& Bnllou, HusboI OolcrovD.
former mannsrer of the Senttlfu
liouolulu S. S. Company, haa
libtdled the sioiininliin (Mv nr
Columbia, her boilon, outlines.
mnchinerv. boats, tnolcli. nniMml
a, . . ., -.rr.-.u..
iiirmturo in thn oiifii r.r
510,000 for alleged daiungos.
ino uuy ot coiumbiii iw now nt
Urewer's wharf nml finninin
Parker with jioliro olUcerB nro on
tluly aboard. They havo tl.b
orders and it is beyond a tioubt
hat tho City of Columbia will not
go out this aftornoou.as alrendy
mretd upon. Theo. H Dai.sA
Oj. tho ageuls havo dono nothing
is yet iu iho matter of bund.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Oraoe Cream of Tartar PnwAn,
dO YEAP.S THE STANDARD,
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