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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am"not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle plated trimmings)
also wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of PressedSteel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories enameled Iron,
and marble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jf., Sanitar Plumber.
TELEPHONE MO. 81.
VOW is the. time to get leaks
breakages men to, and your
Roofs Put In Ordc
By competent wnrhrw
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
Akbard Street, tt. Queen ani Merchant Honolulu.
Jobb 11 proaptlr tttnJtJ l.
Tel. White 41 P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
Beer and fine Dealeu.
IM rOBTHBS, AMD WUOLIIALI
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But Beer to Beat the Band
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J. T. DE BOLT HAS REMOVED HIS
law offices to room 602, top (Ctb) floor,
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNBY AT LAW.
308 Stanfienwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building
Attorney at Law.
3 A. S., Kins St., i- Honolulu.
J, A. Matthswmak
Peterson & Mattnewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
P.O. Box 165 11 KAAHUMANU ST
TiiEPHONB, Main i6S
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bethel St.. near tlie Post Office.
314 FORT ST.,
XX Has tho Best Assortment ot
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
in the City.
FRFSH HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND FRIDAYS.
IN TWO CONTESTS
Tho Fourth of July dawned bright
and clear, with a stiff hreeze blowing
from the northwest a breeze that
caused disappointment among the
Myrtles and the Healanls, for It was
earnestly hoped that there would be a
still day for tho championship races at
Pearl Harbor. However, as the day
grew older the wind abated, but at 8
o'clock, the time the special train with
officers of the day and newspaper men
left the city. It was still blowing a mod
erately stiff breeze. From these Indi
cations It seemed to be an assured fact
that Pearl Harbor would be too rough
for good racing. However, upon the ar
rival of the Bpeclal at Pearl City, ev
erybody was surprised to find only a
gentle breeze and the water but slight
ly ruffled. '
The special train made, the run to
Pearl City In a remarkably short time,
making no stops on the way. Arriving
at Its destination, the passengers sep
arated Into two parties, the Myrtles
going to their clubhouse and'the Hea
lanls to theirs. Besides the Judges and
other officers of the day, the following
newspaper men were aboard the spe
cial: Daniel Logan of the Republican,
A. P. Taylor and It. 0. Yardlcy of tho
Advertiser, and Lloyd Conkllng and
Wm. II. Coney of the Bulletin.
It was at 9:10 o'clock that the whis
tle at the Pearl City soda works blew
flie long toots, announcing tho arrival
at Alca of the 8:45 train, carrying the
hundreds of Myrtle nnd Hcalanl en
thusiasts. Immediately the Water
Witch, the launch secured for the oftl
ccrs of the day and tho press, steamed
away from the railroad wharf and
hauled In alongside that of the Myrtlo
headquarters. This seemed to bo a
signal. The stake boats emerged from
the mooring places and the Junior
crews of tho Hcalanl nnd Myrtle Clubs
marched down their respective wharves
In single file. The Healanl nnd Myrtle
seniors were quickly In their shells and
away to the starting point, the former
In two minutes' time the Water
Witch was following. Unfortunately,
the Judges' boat was unable to get
closer than a quarter of a mllo to the
starting point, owing to her draught.
However, she made up. for thin In tho
speed which she developed while fol
lowing the boats to the finish. Aboard
the launch were the following: Com
modoro Archie Young, tho owner of tho
Water Witch; Fred Smith, general pas
scnger nnd ticket agent of the 0, R.
and L. Company: A. 0. M, Robertson,
Judge; A. A. Wilder, chairman of tho
Regatta Committee; F. J. Church,
member of tho Regatta Committee nnd
Judge; W. 11. Babbitt. C. H. Brown, J.
A. Lloyd, W. W. Williamson nnd tho
members of the press already given.
The Senior race was slow In getting
started. At 10:02V4 the word was glcn
and the uoats started off, the two crews
pulling ery evenly, but the Myrtles
slightly in the lead. At tho first halt
the tlagman was In doubt as to which
flag to put up, so close were they to
gether. However, he discovered tho
Healanls a little ahead, and raised tho
bluo flag accordingly.
This seemed to put determination In
to the Myrtles, for they shot their boat
out until they were a half length ahead
and kept this dlstnnco for a full four
minutes. The Healanls now spurted
nnd ccned up on the Myrtles. At tho
second boat the, blue flag went up
again, for the Healanls seemed to bo
pulling steadily away from their op
ponents. At tho last stnko tho Myrtles tried
their best, but the Healanls got In their
spurt and shot two lengths nhcad, nnd
then three and four, finishing u full
five lengths ahead. Tho Myrtles seem
ed absolutely fagged out, whllo the
Healanls sat up erect and without a
single sign nf fatigue, Giles, tho stroko
of the Myrtles, showed signs ot great
At the close of tho race the Healanl
crew hauled up alongside the Judges'
crow and and received at tho hands ot
A. A. Wilder the championship pen
nant. The race was a pretty one and a very
gritty one on the part of the Myrtles,
but the red nnd white weic outclassed.
It was a case of the Juniors rowing
against old, hardened and experienced
rowers. The only grecu man In tho
Healanl boat was Allen Walker.
The Myrtles finished 12 seconds later.
Tho crews were as follows:
Myrtlo Doat Club Colors: Scarlet
and white. Crew: Arthur Giles, stroke;
C. Qlrvln, No. 3; Wade Armstrong,
No. 2; w. Lyle, box; coxswain, M, Al
varez. Healanl Yacht and Roat Club Col
ors: Dluo nnd white. Crew: Paul
Jarret, stroke; Dan Renear. No. 3; I,
D. Damon, No. 2; S. A. Walker, bow;
coxswain, Charles Reynolds.
Tho Juniors started oft at 10:54V6,
with tho Healanls on the upper course.
Tho Uluc and Whlto broke away at tho
start, and at tho first flag were three,
or four lengths ahead and steadily In
creasing, It was blmiDy n walk-away.
At tho JudgcB' boat tho wind was blow
ing stiff from the northeast, and It
looked like n veritable Wntcrloo for tho
Seal let and Whlto. The Myrtles kept
dropping more and more behind. It
was decidedly not their day. Tho
Healanls Just kept on going. When
about a half mile from tho finish. Mc
Lean, bow for the Myrtles, lost his oar
and put tho final touch on tho Ignomi
nious defeat. Tho Healanls finished a
full eighth of a mllo ahead or tho
Tho Myrtles finished 1 minute and 5
Myrtlo Roat Club Crow: R. Ross,
stroko; S. Johnson, No. 3; A. W. Judd,
No. 2; V. II. McLean, bow; coxswain,
Healanl Yniht and Roat ClubCrow:
A. M. Webster, stroko; Clifton Tracy,
No. 3; Harry Murray, No. 2; A. M.
Walcott, bow; coxswain, Charles Rey
nolds. Tho ofllcerB of tho day weio as fol
lows: F. .1. Chinch, S. 13. P. Taylor
and A. 0. M. Robertson, Judges; A. Xf,
Carter, starter; K. II. Paris and 0. II.
Angus, time kiepcrs nt start; C, .1. Wil
lis and F. J. Krugcr, tlmo keepers at
finish: A. A. Wilder (chairman). 13. P.
Taylor and F. J. Church, regatta com
Th'e thanks of tho .Bulletin are duo
tho Regatta Commlttco for tho many
courtesies extended to Its representa
tives during tho course of tho cham
The band was very much missed at
the races. There seems to be no doubt
that music tends greatly toward tho
enllvenment of occasions of the kind.
The Myrtle senior crew (composed
of Juniors) was a surprlser to every
one. Even the most sanguine did not
believe that they could hold their own
with the Healanls for the length of
time they did.
The train that took the Crowds to
the boat races contained in the neigh
borhood of from eleven to twelve hun
dred people. Passenger Agent Smith
said: ' This Is the largest number wo
have ever taken to Pearl City for the
races. Last year there wcro 858. and
even that was an Increase over the pre
ceding years." "Annexation" took tho
crowds to Pearl City and "Reciprocity'
returned them to the city.
Acting Governor Cooper was at the
raccB tn his launch Manuwal. Accom
panying him were Mrs. Cooper. Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. A. McCandless and the Cooper
and McCandless children. Mr. Cooper
kindly took the Judges at tho start, the
timekeepers and the starter to the
starting point and carried them wher
ever they wished to go.
Among the yachts that ran down to
sec the races were the following:
Gladys, Healanl, Marian, Abble M.,
Poktl and Maria. Among the yachts
men present were: Judge Wilcox. T.
W. Hobron, J. Llgbtfoot. 11. M. Dow
and a large number of others.
Among the notables nt the races yes
terday was Wm. G. Irwin who cruised
about Pearl Harbor In the yacht Hclcno
with a number of congenial compan
ions. The Fourth of July meeting exten
sively ndertlscd to take place last
evening at the Young Men's Christian
Association was n total failure. The
audience failed to materialize. The
speakers were on hand but the orches
tra was away. The two big American
flags that were gracefully draped in
tho rear of the platform, did patriotic
duty In silence and alone. Secretary
li. C. Drown was nt n loss ro explain
the indifference of the people. There
were large numbers at the drill shed
crounds to see the high diver. But the
people passed up the Y, M. C. A. meet
ing. Fourth of July
At tho early hour of 8 o'clock yes
terday morning, tho only formal and
successful Fourth of July program in
tho city of Honolulu was carried to
success. This was tho parade under
the auspices of tho Hawaiian Natlon.il
Guard. The First Regiment nnd the
members of the Fire Department, with
their engines, marched through the
principal streets of the city. The pro
cession left the drill shed at 8 o'clock
and was composed of delegations from
Companies A, D, C. E, F, O nnd H.
The music was furnished by the drum
The column marched under command
of Col. J. XV. Jones and proceeded to
Xlerctanla street, then to Fort, thence
by Merchant to the Capitol grounds
The early hour prevented tho march
being witnessed by any very large
number of people. The Flro Depart
ment showed up nicely In decoration
(if flags nnd bunting.
At the Capitol grounds a general re
view was held. Tho regiment disbanded
ut tho drill Bhcd at '.' o'clock. Col.
Jones and Majors Camara and Zclglcr
made shoit addresses.
AFTER THE RACES.
All the good Healanls turned up at
tho boat house yesterday. They con
gratulated themselves and each other.
Their lady friends were much In evi
dence and many of the Myrtle boys
came to tho dance held at the club and
brought their fair companions. All
were welcome and wearers of the Dluo
and Red rubbed shoulders and bump
ed feet all afternoon on the crowded
floor, to the sweet music of Solomon's
From shortly after 2 o'clock until
sundown, tho crowd of merry makers
held forth. During tne afternoon
some exhibitions of high and fancy
diving nnd trapeze acts were given by
members of the Hcalanl Club, assisted
by their friends next door.
After the dance had concluded, the
Myrtlo nnd Healanl crews and most of
tho rooters from the clubs, went to
tho Moana hotel for supper. A special
spread had been laid for them and
they thoroughly enjoyed tho good
things set beforo them by "Mlno Holt"
Card, who left nothing undone that
would tend to tho enjoyment ot hu
After tho spread the evening waa
passed in speeches nnd stories nnd the
brave fight of tho Myrtlo seniors was
toasted and toasted again and again.
Tho party broko up In the "wee sma"
hours after a feast of reason and flow
ot soul which was satisfying to tho en
Unfortunately, tho cups for the win
ners In the championship boat races
did not arrive In tho Sonoma as wus
expected so that tho boys will oo forced
to wait. It Is thought that tho cupj
will urrho In the China, due from Sau
In the neighborhood of fifteen Hea
lanls, headed by "Jack" Atklnton,
marched Into the Flying Jordnns' tent
lait night when tho performance wan
half ocr. They were gieeted with
much applause by both Healanls and
Myrtles seated In tho nudlence.
Judgo Wilcox was at the races yei
tcrday In tho yacht Hawaii.
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tna Fire Insurance Compart
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Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
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H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. and Sec.
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LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke. President: Georea
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QUEEN ST., HONOLULl .
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