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"MYRTLE'' REMARKS ON
THIRD CLASS RACE
Sculling With Rudder is Most Re
markable Charge Race Won
by Fair Means and Good
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For the little babies, we have White
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Editor nicnlng Imlletln: I crave
pacu In your columns to say a few
words about the third class yacht race,
whlih was won by the New Zealand
Tho race wuh certainly utmitlsfae-
tory. and wai anybody's nice until tho
finish was reached. Where the Adver
tiser got ItH news, I wouid like to
know. ItH sporting editor Is as Ignorant
of yacht racing as 1 am of Hying.
Although thii Pirate met with a mid
fortune, no one regrets It more than
the Myrtle crew, the raie was by no
means herd. She iiad a fair lead, but
not mi great as the Adiertler sns,
and a lead that wait at the time of her
accident being dccieaM-d lery rapidly,
In the fresh breeze thnt Mining up for n
We were accused by the Shamrock
of ciilllng our boat from the quaran
tine buoy, to tho bell buoy. I am sorry
for the owner of the Shamrock that he
knows so little. The Shamrock trld
her monkey business against the Myr
tle soon nfter the start but It did her
,If the shamrock and others, who
protest agalnxt the use. of brain and
Judgment In racing through a calm,
only knew enough, they could have
rounded tlin bell buoy on even terms
with tne Myrtle. We used our sails the
right way and got every breath of nlr
that i-nnie along, Instead of sitting
looking for wind and keeping every
sail Hat Inlioaid like the nst of the
The Aitiurtlser said our rudder was
raperlall adapted for sculling. Poor,
deluded Adwnlwr does not know what
sculling Is. 1 would like the Adiertlscr
to explain to nie why It Is so. He can't
do It, for It Is adapted for sailing only.
Our working the tiller kept us from
drlftlug, and working our sails as w
did won the third class niht race.
There has been no talk ot racing ag.iln
next Saturday or any other Saturday,
on our part. Wo have won the race
In spite of Shamrock's childish protest,
and If they think they can beat us,
well they know what to do. Talk It
cheap and actions will speak louder
than words on their part.
with tne reading of a paper entitled
Current News." Tuesday evening, T.
('. Hldgway handled this feature with
the skill of a telegraph editor on a
nutropolltan dally. The Important
new-B of the world concerning the fort
night Just paed was relieved.
The study of the evening was open
ed by a map talk on the geography of
Ancient Egypt by Miss Coan. Thlj
was followed by an outline ot the his
tory of Egypt by Miss Deyo, which
was elaborated upon by Dr. K. Wet,-
The delightful part of the program
was a study of the literature of An
cient Egypt by Mrs. Cruwm. She wa
assisted by Miss Terry who read ex
tracts from translations of poetry and
prose, lyric songs and ancient manu
scripts ot various kinds. One of the
revelations brought out by Mrs. Cru
tan's pnper was a poem Inspired by the
waywardness of a dissipated student In
tho time of tho Pharaohs, The poem
which purported to be a translation
from an antique pa.pra roll, sound
ed genuine until It spoke of the stu
dent's libations of beer. To the un
lettered, who hale been taught to be
lieve tlmt the art of brewing originat
ed In Germany and was perfected In
America, this fragment of Egyptian
verse does not carry the ring of au
thenticity. It Is hard to concelie ot
beer vats as a part of the civilization
of th Ptolemies. Ths rendition ol
Egyptian epics, lyrics and loie song
by Mrs. Terry were well worth bear
ing. A paper on papyrus by Miss Scvet
anco wh productive of many reflec
tions upon the marvels of Egyptian
clillUatlon. She exhibited stalk of
paprus, grown upon n tltto lawn. It
answered In form'and foliage to the
written description of the useful reeds
that grew thousands ot years ago
upon the Nll marshes. The art of
making papyrus scrolls, however, U
among the things lost. Miss Deyo
closed the program with a short tails
on Egyptian civilization.
.The next meeting of the club will
be held Tuesday night, when the same
subject will be treated further. Ths
topics will be art and literature. Tri
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MAQOOS BLOCK, MEROHAKT iTREET.
. O- Box 880 JCalaa. 2in
mw wm MEETS
The regular bi-monthly meeting ot
the Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety wan held at the home of W. W.
Hull, Nuunnu street, Saturday eienlng.
The Kev. O. II. Oullvk presided.
Miss Chamberlain redd a report ar
ranged from the Information conveyed
to her by letter from representative
and descendants of the old mission
ary families of the Islands, all over the
world. The changes, deaths, marriages
and births of each of the old families
lire chronicled In this anuuul report
Among the deaths reported were those
of the following: Mrs. Juliette Smith
Farley, sister of W. O, Smith, at th
old homestead In Koloa, Kauai; Dr.
Henry l.yman, a prominent phslclan
In Chicago and brother of Judge Ly
man of Hllo; Kred l.yman, another
brother; Mrs. Sarah Clarke I.) man,
and Miss Isabel Chamberlain I.) man
Among the marriages, the folio'
Ing were, reported: Hiram Illngham,
Jr.. to Miis Alfreda Mitchell, daughter
of Donald Mitchell, the author. In New
London, Conn.; Percy M. Jond, to Miss
Edith O. Elrirldge, In Honolulu; lien-
Jamln I.. Marx to Miss KloUo Castle
In this city; Chas. Montague Cooko to
Miss Ellctl KerTorts; C. II, Whitman
Hitchcock to Miss Margaret Murphy,
Hllo: and Wm. 1.. Whitney, to Miss
Sarah Mae Sutton, In Honolulu.
Mr. Andrews reported that the Cou
sins' artmm. containing photographs of
all the members of the old families,
was ready for sate to tho descendants
I of the families mentioned. Itemlnlscent
talks were madn' by the Ilev, S. K,
lllshop, W. W, Hall, the Rev. W, I).
Westerielt and others. The names of
Mrs. Ida Watcrhouse, II. I,. Marx and
Miss Eleanor Sturgeon were proposed
Hllo, Sept. 19. There was u meeting
of the Hamakua plantation managers
last Saturda) afternoon at Ixulsson's
coffee plantation to consider was and
means of suppressing the forest fires.
Those present were the Ixntlsaon
brothers. David Korlics of Kukulhnele,
J, A. Watt of Honokaa, James (llbb of
Paaubuu, A. I.ydgate ot Puaullo, Al
bert Horner of Kuktiluu and W, C,
Walker of Ookala. After talking tho
situation over It was decided to send
men from alt the plantations to maku
a concerted effort agalnst;the lire. The
operations will be under the direction
of Albert Horner and W. O. Walker.
The number of men sent against tho
fire Is one hundred and fifty,
Wednesday morning there were
traces of rain fall In portions of the
Hamakua district. Tribune.
PLATE GLASS BROKEN.
Pcoplo going along King street this
morning noticed an ugly fracture in
tho plate glass next the door on that
side ot the Mclntyre building. It Is a
crack about IX Inches long clear
across tho corner, made worte looking
with -the glass lwlng shivered In spots.
Tho Injury was not caused by a blow,
It Is learned, but by a slight settling
of the building when an old flight of
cement steps had ben dug out from
thu side of the basementwiilt. It hap
pens also that the broken pane Is only
n temporary one, being pieced for two
or three feet ut tho top. A coraplett
ono to tit the opening has been or
dered from the Coast.
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HILO TEACHERS MEET
CARRIAGB MI1N BASEBALL.
The Hawaiian Carriage Manufactur
Ing Co. baseball team defeated the W
W. Wright's baseball team last ?st
urday morning. The score was 22 to
4. The line-up of the teams was a
11. C. Mfg. Co. Solfimon. c; T. Ho-
nnn, p. and captain; C. Manchester, lb;
Hcndrlck, '.'b; Frank (Hilly C.) 3b;
William, ss.; Joe I.tndo, If; J, Oodreta,
rf.; Pat Partlce, rf,
W. W. Wright Madelros. c; J.
Lllll, p.; Machado, lb.; E. Hewitt, 3b.;
Hen Alevlra, 2b.; Joe Decker, ss.; Jim
Alaken, lf.i John Franca, cf.; J, Du
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
"If you don't utut whitkey to get the belt of you, you mut gt
the beit of whiskey."
" I do Udy, but when a fellow's only got a nickel lie can't bjy
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ALAKBA ST., NBAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bantnas
and pineapples, all inside. Everybody invited.
Hllo, Sept. 19. The first meeting of
this year of the H.llo Teachers' Reading
Club was held last Tuesday night at
the ITulon 'school. Amonir thoGC Drefi-
ent Hire the ntw teachers and several Maul, from I Cor: xvl. 13, H
The lllshop of Honolulu held an or
dination in St Andrew's Cathedral
yesterday morning at 10M& a. m., when
Frank S. Fltz was admitted to the
Deaconate. The sermon was preached
by the Kev. William Ault ot Walluku,
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outside persous who take an Interest In I alul"B Pnim oy me uev. v. iu
tin. work or Ihe niuti. The tone o l '"""
the eienlng was Egypt. Tho puperi
read und short talks delliered upon
different phsst of Egyptian life, art
history and literature were highly In
teresting and well worthy of a larger
liudleme than was present. These In
structs e sessions, while primarily for
the benefit of the teachers and parti
cipants, aie open to tho public, und a
cordial Imitation Is extended to all
who aru Interested In Intellectual pur
I Thu program is Invariably opened
CAHI.EV In Pula. Maul, September
17, 1901, Clara l-oulse, beloied daugh
ter of Edward II. und Clara Ellen
Cnrley, aged 10 months and 24 ikiyn.
Sir Thomas Upton la to visit Jlostim
an the guest of the Massachusetts
hoard of trade. Hero's hoping lie will
bring his yacht with him, and give us
a ruce somewhere In the nearby wa
ters. lloston Herald.
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