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Many Horses on Track
and the Hotel Is
VOLCANO REMAINS IN
ITS USUAL CONDITION
Coronation Day Observed In Quiet
Way What the Horses Are
Doing Hot Races In
Hllo, June 27. Th.0 celebration ot
the glorious Fourth hero iVomtscs, in
vulgar parlance, to bo a rip snorter. Al
ready the Hllo Hotel Is full of vlsltois
and demands for accommodation are
dally coming In from all over the Isl
and. It looks as If bunliln' space wero
going to Ik' at a premium on tba ar
rival of the next Klnnu. i
A program of large and varlctr de
lights has been arranged for next Fri
day. The exercises will begin with a
grand procession at 9:30 a. m.. In
which police, military, business float?,
civic and fraternal organizations will
ngure. Prizes will bo given for tho
best decorated floats, carriages and
bicycles. At 10:30 a. m. thcro will bo
j literary exorcises In a pavilion now be
ing erected at the Hllo Hotel. At 1
i. m races and sports will commence
.at Hoolulu Parjcand will be continued
on the following afternoon.
' Tbo committee In charge of tho cok
Jiratlon are sparing no effort to provldo
a high old time for all comers nnd fliu
Indications aro that In this they will
signally succeed. With tho volcano .it
Kllauea In eruption and tho program
as arranged, Hllo presents as grand at
tractions for Independence Day as any
city In tho United States.
Condition of Volcano.
The situation oi the volcano Is prac
tically unchanged. The pit Is so
densely filled with smoke as to rnaka
- estimates of the rise of tho lava In tho
Inner crater n matter of conjecture.
Only at night docs the lava reveal Its
presence by a glow and by certain
erratic sploshing sounds which como
up through tr o ulphury stillness.
The luat In tno volcano district con
tinues to ho oppressive and thcro Is no
doubt whatever that Tele Is still on tha
warpath, although so far her oxploi'K
have not ben of n particularly spec
Comnatlon Day passed practically
unnoticed hero save for the fluttering
of t)ie Union Jack above tho store of
a firm of British tradesmen. On Sat
urday night a number of Ilrltlshcis
and others will, for tho consideration
or $2.50, meat In the Cafo Demostho
1 nes and partake of the roast beef nnd
plum pud ting of Mcrrle England, while
toast? win bo drunk to the old world's
Hen est king. Hut for tho fact that tho
Coronation Jostles tho 1'ourth, King
Edward would have had no causo 'n
complain of the loyal enthusiasm nt
his subjects In tho Territory. As It ib,
Hiloites of every nationality are too
much wrapped up In newt Friday's fes
tival to heed aught else.
y Horses at tho Track.
, There are plenty of horses stablod
, at the track and others are coming In
' all the while. The runners now hero
SoclaV'flt, Del Vista, Nullah, General
Cronje. Time Centre, Itejccted, Carter
II. Harrison Jr., Molly Connors, Vellcr,
Frank S., Dixie Land, Klerro, Walmca
King, Duke Jnd Phillip.
Tho harness division Is rcptesontcd
by Stcamplough, Wnyboy, Acrobat,
Admiral. Dewey. Cordelia Mack, Grand
pa and Walter P.
Wouldn't you llko to send I
them ono of your
Ono that would not only
be a credit to yourself but
also to llio m Untie photo
graphic work of Honolulu.
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Entrance on Union.
Albert Horner Intended to send In
his runnes, Alplicus nnd Princess Lo
ot In, but both have unfortunately gone
wrong and It Is Improbable that thov
wilt face the starter.
Interest, of course, centers In tho
mile rnco to bo run on the second day
of the meeting botwecn Welter nnd
Del Vista and tho general Impression
seems to bo that the horso wilt bent
tho mare this trip. Certain It Is thai
Wcllcr looks a vastly Improved horso
today from what ho was when he went
to tho post for tho Iloslta challenge
cup. The tno races apponr to havo
done him a world of good and, as In
Is exceedingly partial to the local
track, he will be a hard horse to beat
Dol Vista Is doing as well in her work
as could bo desired and the equina
duel should be a great one.
The half mile dashes promise to be
great speculative events with Nullah,
Molly Connors and Defender keeping
tho talent 'guessing. Tho latter Is 'n
great shape and negotiated a half yes
terday morning In 62 seconds, easily,
tho best work that has so far been
daao by anything here.
Doth Sambo ad Wellcr shipped ex
ceedingly well from Honolulu and both
should be returned winners.
From tho present outlook, the going
will be good next week, and a little on
tho soft side, as usual. Tho Hoolulu
Park track has this great advantage,
that cripples can bo raced on It with
Impunity, a very different stale of af
fairs to that provalllng on tho Kapto
lanl Park mile,
Tho genial faco of Peter Lee will bo
missed at the races this year. The for
mer owner of tho timber-topper. Van
Wagner, leaves for the Coast on tho
8. S. Enterprise, tomorrow.
Tho Hllo band will furnish the mu
sic at tho coming carnival. It Is prole
able that tho liand will bo engaged t1
play at Maul races on August 12.
TIio only horses to work this morn
Ing were Wcllcr nnd Carter II. Harrl
son Jr. Tho former went a quarter In
25 nnd for a wonder broke away or)
generously. Harrison covered a mllo
In 1:51, swlnglngly.
It. M. AYRES.
A buncli of arrivals disturbed thi
usual Sunday calm ot the waterfront
yesterday. Besides the coming ot tho
regular Island steamers early In tho
morning and the Nlthau In the nftei
noon, four salting vessels mado port.
thrco from Newcastle with cargoes ot
coal and ono from San Francisco with
Tho ship Columbia, Captain Mntson,
was brought Into the harbor by thci
tug Fearless about t o'clock in tha
morning. She was 46 davs on tho run
from Newcastle. Half an hour lat-.-r
tho four-masted schooner W. if.
Onrms, Captain Pederson, was towed
iusldc. Sho mado tho trip from New
castle in tho usually good time, of 38
days. The best tlmo from Newcastle
Is about 32 davs. The Marlon Chllcott
has mado tho voyage In 33 days.
Tho schooner E. II. Jackson, Captain
Maas, anchored In tho st renin, with the
Garms and Columbia, early in tbo aft
ernoon. Sho alto was from Newcastle,
1 1 days.
Tho barkentlno Planter, Captain
Chase, was brought In about 9 o'clock
In tho morning, IS days from San Fran
cisco. Sho brought some mules and
horses on deck.
Island steamers Claudlne. Maul and
Kauai arrived early in tho morning
from the usual ports. Tho Nlihau ar
rived at 5 o'clock In the afternoon
from Punaltiu. Sho experienced rough
weather on Saturday, a icalo blowing.
Tho homeward trip was anytlllng but
pleasant. No change Is reported Ml
volcnnlc conditions on Hawaii.
There wero a tow on tho waterfront
who looked for the Zealandla to arrive
from San Francisco last night. Wiser
oncB, howover, do not expect her bo
fore this pvcnlng, allowing her a good
seven days for the run down.
The Honolulu Athletic Club will at
the next meeting of the Baseball
League propose that In the future there
be two umpires at each gamo Instead of
one as has heretofore been tho case.
Tho 11. A. C.'s say that It Is Impossible
for one umpire to watch all the differ
ent points ot tho game and think that
It will be moro satisfactory to all con
cerned If there are two umpires.
Tho Alameda was scheduled lo sail
hence or San Francisco on July. In
asmuch as the Zealandla, two days
lato, Is taking tho place of tho Alame
da on the present run .from San Fran
cisco, and has not yet put In an ap
pearanco. It Is uncertain when sho will
start on the return trip. It will bo Im
possible to get her oft on tho 2d, but
every effort will be mado to handle her
Inward and outward ferlght, so tint
sho may take her departure on the
evening ot Thursday, tho 3d.
The sale ot tickets for tha Healanl
benefit to tako place on the night "t
July Fourth began at the Wall, Nichols
Co. today. Thero will bo a rohears.il
at tho Opera House tomorrow evening
at 7 30 o'clock nnd overy man on tho
program Is expected to bo prosent.
to last tbrru
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, JUNE 30 lfl()2
(Special to the Ilulletln.)
Washington. I).VC., Juno IS. Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Peck ot Hllo will
leave Washington on Wednesday, nnd
will sail from San Francisco on the
Sonoma. Mr. Peck was granted a
hearing by the Committed on Paclllo
Islands this morning and presented tho
claims of Hllo lor harbor improvement
and breakwater construction.
Locomobiles are faster than backs at
the same price. They aro on cnll at
regular rates. Tel. Illue 2452.
Fast Horses Will Run On
LIST OF ENTRIES FOR
NINE EXCELLENT RACES
Alta Stacey Among Fast Animals To
Compete Mule3 With Impossible
Names Will Try Con
clusions. Walluku, June 28. The entries for
the Fourth of July races at Kahului
race track next Friday closed last even
ing and Judging by the horses entered,
there will be some excellent race and
the public will certainly get theti
The track will be closed next Mon
day and will not be open ajnln until
the morning of the races. Hollers ndll
oe useu to put inc track in proper c .1
Although some of the good hnntes of
last enr have not own entered viz.:
Mcrrlmac, Dewey, Mousle, Dayllsht.
and a few others, yet thcro are new
horses this year to tako their places.
Prominent among those which will
make their first debut on tho race
track will be J. I. Coko's KUlarnoy
Kclllnol's Jennie K.. Corn well's Ilrbso,
Hen Lyons' Honl Knuu and Treaty. W.
T. Uoblnson's Columbia Maid, Q. L.
Kecney's Alec, and a few othur good
animals, both running and trotting.
Whllo tho best races nro bclna ru
Berved for the August 12t!i evrr.ts.
when the beBt runners in I trotters of
Maul will meet tho racers from Hilo
nnd Honolulu, vet next Friday's events
will be full of Interest, as there are
enough entries mado to instil o good
sport during the day.
The following Is the list ot entries
mado with D. I Meyer, secrttaiy of
the Maul Racing Assort itton
First FOOT HACK. (Post entrance).
One hundred yards darlr, amateuii;
first prize, 25, second urlza J10.
Entries: L. P. Crook.
Second TUOTTING AND PACING TO
HAHNDSS. Best two In three, tor
Hawaiian bred, pure $10 .
Entries: T. II. Lyons' Treaty. J. V.
Kerr's Nutwood, P. MadcltoV Kclmtul
Ileau and Columbia Stablei' McKirlcy.
Third PONY RUNNING UACH. Half
mile dash, free for all, 14 l.anlg and
under, purso $50.
Entries: T, I). Lyons' llr.nl Kaua,
Kula Stables' i;ula Iloy, lllrnta's Mary
Guy, J. Soares' Starlight and Mout
cadtle's Kahului Girl.
Fourth KUNNINO IIACE. One mile
dash, free for all, purse ?7.".
Entries: W. H. Cornwell Jr's.. Hrl
oso, J. Vasconcellcs Nellie C, Columbia
Stables' Jennie E. anil J, L. Coke's
Fifth PONY RUNNING HACK. (Post
entrance). Half mllo .lash, free for
all, ll'.'j hands and under, purse $').
Entries: Hawaiian Primes.
Sixth TnOTTING AND PACING TO
HARNESS. Mile heats, ben -.wo In
three, free for all, purse $75.
Entries: J. V. Kerr's Nutwood. Co
lumbia StnbleB' McKlnley, W. T. llnb
Inson's Columbia Maid and (1. 1- Kecn
Seventh RUNNING RACE. Three
fourth mllo dash, Hawaiian bred,
Entries: V. H. Cornwell Jr's., Jirl
oso, J, Vasconcellcs' Nellie C, Colum
bia Stables' Jennie E. nnd Columbia
Stables' Alta Stacey.
Eighth MULE RACE. Half mllo dash,
free for all, purse $50.
Entries: 1. II. Lyons' Pilholo, W. II.
Cornwell Jr's., Toim-Tuml, J. K. R'ch
nrdson's Xlckapoo, Kula ?Uli1Y Alua
Nut, KamakVs Makuilkotnllo nnj C,
Nlnth-CORINTHIAN RACE. (Post
Entrance.) Ono mile dash. .Mem
bers to rldo; prize $10 iii"dnl.
Entries: W. H. Coin.vell Jr's.. rtrl
oso, J. I.. Coko's Klllarney, and W. II.
Cornwell Jr's., Mnul Robe
Tho result of tho leaguo baseball
games Saturday afternoon was as fol-
kiws: Kamohameha 7, Honolulu G;
iMnlle-Illmn 12, and Artillery 7.
IP AMI BID
To PLAY SOLEMN MUSIC
AT HIS FUNERAL
Last Will of Francisco Botelho Pro
bate rf Robert Lishman's Will- -Answers
Judge Humphreys admitted the will
of Robert Llsbman to probate, appoint-1 '"r passage. It Is confidently expected
Ing tho widow. Margaret Llshman, nsjtke bill will bo passed before tho close
executrix without bonds ngreeablc to of the session.
ti.e testator's request. J. W. Jones, J.
A. Thompson nnd J. M. Vivas wero ap
pointed appraisers of tho property.
In the case of Allen vs. Lucas, It Ij
stipulated that Albert II. Lucas, one ol
the defendants, may havo until July
14 to plead,
J. P. Dlas petitions for probate of the
will of Francisco Uothclo, with Joa
quin Cardclro Grllho executor as nam
ed by tho testator. The estate con
sists In a note secured by mortgage and
ucath bencnts In two beneficial socie
ties, nnd Is valued at about $1700. A
daughter aged 14 and a son aged thrco
)cnrs nrc bequeathed $500 each, with
a request that a guardian bo appointed
tor them. To the Dlshop ot Pnnopolls
and successors he leaves $200, "for the
consideration ot which," Bays the testa
tor, "they are to conduct spiritual ser
vices or tho benefit nnd rest of my
soul." Further he says, "I do hereby
order that a full and complcto band be
engaged to render solemn music at my
funeral." All tho reslduo ot his estate
he leaven in equal shares to an adult
son and daughter.
Stanley Stephenson has demurred to
tho complaint of E. C. Howe for a pait
Notice of motion to dissolve Injunc
tion has been mado In Koolau Knlknl
nahnole, administratrix, vs. Samuel C.
Geo. II. Pat la has demurred to the
complaint against himself and Wallet.
Lund & Loan Association ot J. V. Me
Ijim Tol makes n general denial ol
the complaint of Washington Mercan
Henry Smith, guardian of the cstnU
of Mtrinm Naomi Lamms, has (lied hit
first annual account, showing receipts
of $C7i3.12, payments of J634'4 nnd
balanco of $105.03. Tho Inventory ex
hibits real estnto valued at $350iand
personalty nt $570 68,
Mrs. Emma M. Nakuina, Commis
sioner of Private Ways and Water
Rights, has started on the third wees
of the hearing of tho Palolo vnllcv wa
IN LAIIAINA SATURDAY
Honolulu To Send Delegation of About
150--Moses Nakuina To Represent
Each-Children From All
The annual Inter-Island Sunday
school convention takes place at La
hulnn. Maul, on Saturday, July 5, and
the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Tho convention of dclegntcs from Ha
waii, Maul, Oahu and Kauai for reports
on work during the past year and plana
for work during tho ensuing year, will
tako place on Saturday. There are
two delegates from this Island. One
Is Moses K. Nakuina, representing this
side of the Island and E. P. Alku-e,
representing the Koolau side. As the
latter Is a dUtrlct magistrate It will
not bo possible for him to go so that
Mr. Nakuina, who leaves tomorrow,
will be tho only representative from
Tho Sunday school "holko" or rovlovr
will begin Monday and will last until
Wednesday. Whllo Maul will of cours
have the largest delegations of Sunday
school children at I-ahalnn, the other
Islands will nil bo well represented. It
Is estimated that there will bo at least 3
hundred and fifty children from tha
Kaumakapllt, Evva, Walanao and Wala
lua Sunday schools of this Island.
After tho Sunday school convention
will come tho regular annual session
of the Hawaiian Evangelical Associa
tion which Is always held In conjunc
tion with the Sunday school conven
tion. This will begin Wednesday and
will last for tbreo or four days.
Delegate Wilcox will be back In the
Zealandla. Ho will be accompanied by
Dclegato Flynu of Oklahoma Territory
and his family. This news came to
Mrs. Wilcox 'by tho Gaelic.
Tho Mallo saloon dlsputo was settled
lu tho Executive Council this morning
with n voto to issuo a now license to
John D. Holt Jr.
Wells, Fargo & Co. Exprpss
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
IS NOT PASSED
(Special to the Ilulletln.)
Washington, D. C, June 1C It was
expected that the bill which passed tho
Sennte, March 12. rclntl;g to Hawaiian
silver coinage and silver certificate!
would bo passed by tho Houbo today.
Hut, being "suspension" day, a two
thirds vote of the Houso was necessary
and as this could not bo obtained for
the measure Its friends did not push It
Building Plans Submitted
To Capt. Williamson
FOUR FRONTAGES FOR
Bids For Construction Now Being
ReceivedActual Work to Begin
In About Two Weeks'
The committee of the Merchants' As
sociation having In charge the arrange
ments for tho Merchants' Fair which Is
to tke place on tho 2Cth, 28th and
29th of July, have now reached a defi
nite decision with regard to tho exhibi
tion building, so that the fair Is now a
The committee consists of George W.
Smith, W. W. Dlmond, Robeit Catton
nnd J. a. Rothnell.
Tho building, as planned. Is to ba
100 by 00 feet with u row of posts run
ning through the center. It will ba
divided by two a'sles ten feet wide,
running lengtbvvlso through the build
ing. This arrangement will thus give
four frontages for exhibits. In nil. the
building will give nbout four thousand
feet of exhibition space which a 111 bu
divided up among the exhibitors, of
whom there will probably lie about
The plans for the building have been
submitted to Captain Williamson and
have been approved by him
Bids for the putting up of the build
ing are now being received Tho con
struction will begin in n couple ol
weeks, there being no need of tho
building before u few davs prior to the
opening of the exhibition.
Not from King street meiely now.
but from all the streets
docs tho Hawaiian Tramways Co. essay
to drive tho Honolulu Rapid Transit
Co. Tho point raised In tho Injunction
suit brought In the United States Dis
trict Court was forcmcntloucd by tho
Ilulletln soma weeks ago. It Is that the
franchise ot the Rapid Transit Co, Is
null and void from having been grant
ed upon tho dny that President Mc
Klnley Blgned the resolution annexing
the Hawaiian Islands to tho United
States. This was July 7. 189S, on which
day nlso President Dole of the Re
public ot Hawaii signed tho act of tho
Legislature giving the Rapid Transit
Co. Its franchise.
It. W. Urcckons nrgued for the In
junction In the Federal couit this morn
ing. Ho contended It wns admitted
that on July 7, 1898, thcro was no such
body In existence as tho Government of
the Republic of Hiiwnll. Tho wholo
lellnnco of tho Rapid Transit Co, he
argued, was that at one time tho Ha
waiian Tramways Co. admitted that
tho former company had a franchise,
It was an entirely new point, howover,
which was raised In tho present pro
ceedings. The Rapid Transit people
were claiming the right to go anywhere
in Honolulu, whereas the question for
merly before tho Territorial Supremo
Court and this court related altogether
to King street between Nuuanu stream
nnd Thomas cquarc. no quoteu irom
the Supreme Court's opinion where It
disdained the deciding of the validity
of tho act of July 7, 1S9S, ns affected I
by the annexation resolution.
Judge Esteo hero asked If he himself
had not decided the question of facts,
which seemed to bo the main one be
fore the court now apart from that of
Mr, Urcckons held that the facts lu
tho present easo were dlstlnu fiom
thoso formeily decided, as now tho
Rapid Trantlt people nio trying to oc
cupy other streets than King street i
Tho Tramways Co. had the light to s.iv
no. Among other authorities he quote I
w.H ono fiom Alabama, where a man
was prosecuted for conducting a lottcn
aftrr tho lottory net had been repealed
On n subsequent ptosecutlou the same
flIII IS FOI
defendant had the repealing net ad
judged null because Its title did not
comply with tho Alabama constitution,
It was then held that In the construing
of public law there was no such tiling
ns res adjudlcata. Another citation
was from Pennsylvania, where n rail
way company paid taxes under n deci
sion holding a certain law valid but
resisted taxation under the same law
some years later and won Inn decision
that held the enactment to be uncon-
Mr, McClanahnn began to reply for
the Rapid Transit Co. before the noon
Young Hawallana of Maul, with
headquarters at Walluku, nre comlni:
to the front In politic, as a distinct
party. Inuy have not as yet decldeu
what to call themselves, but they ar
not Homo Rulers, neither nre they out
und out ltepuniicnns, although thi
men who stnrtcil tho movement voted
the Republican ticket at the last elec
First nnd foremost, the now pnrty ii
out after clean pollityn and means to
send men to tho Legislature nt Its next
session who wilt In every way bo wor
thy to represent the better class of Ha
wnilans. These )oung men nro against
Bending to tlip Legislature such men as
some of thoso who came to Honolulu
at tho last session and, Indeed, In this
may bo found the principal cause for
the movement which is now taking
They bellevo that. In affiliating with
neither tho Home Rule nor the Repub
lican party, the) will be nb'e to draw
on both for support In tho work for
good government which they nro now
The work has been going on for
some months nnd the voting Hawallans
feei that they are In a position todty
to 8a that they can control tho whole
Island Tho central body Is In Wallu
ku. but In each town nnd hamlet there
Is n strong commltteo tbnt Is carrying
orilerB sent from headquarters.
To show that the joung Hawallani
mean business, It might be stated that
they havo placed tho names of Snm
Kclllnol nnd T. II. Lyons to the front
Thoso nro young men of proved ability
nnd excellent education. Mr. Kclllnol
was recently normal Inspector for
Mnul under the Department of Educa
tion One ot theso men will be chosen
to tako Mr. White's placo in tho Bon
nie. urn of ii mm
Keanolanl, aged 55, and In
veins flowed tho blood of Knmehnm-i
hn. was found dead In (ho shallow wn-jtho Shamrock HI and was sold later
tor near the bench, makal of tho homo to Sonny Citnha and rcchrUtced Kit
of the Princes David and Cupid, Put- nuna
lellanl. between 8 nnd 9 o'clock tills Tho men In the boat were "Remlng
morning. At about 11 o'clock the body ton" Harrison and three stowaway v,
was removed to tho morguo, whore an Identity known, but names unknown,
autopsy will be held this nfternoon.
Keanolanl wns In tho habit of going
tir n sen bath overy morning, nn
vis nt about 5 a. m that she started
ml this morning. When discovered
the body wns floating In tho wntcr. No
causo of deuth Iib jet been discover-1
cd although tho fact that tha deceased
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....- ni.Mjvvi ... ..,.u..n .,, ,,,.. ,..,,,.,..
would teem to point to that malady ns
a direct causo of death.
.. n t,.
'among tho chiefs nnd chlefesses from
Keanolanl was very
I,.IU.!V !,.! Ok
one of tho beat friends that Princess I
Ruth had and has always numbered
among he most Intimate friends tho
highest among tho allls ot Hawaii ncl.
A cofoner's Jury viewed tho remains
at 1:30 o'clbck this afternoon and will
meet at 8:30 o'clock this evening to
ascertain tho cause ot death.
For many vears she lived with tho
Dowager Queen Kaplolanl and when
mis rojni may cnou. sue continue.! to,
Blny nt Pualcllanl. supported In her old (
ago by tho benevolent princes. V
The place to get puro Kona coffee Is
at C. J. Day's grocery.
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Four Yachtsmen Off
PILOT BOAT RESCUED
OCCUPANTS OF YACHT
Fearless Went Out and Towed Boat,
The little yacht Kahuna, formerly
Shamrock III, and originally the I.eo-'
wa, built by U. s. Walker, distinguish
ed herself by swamping nud capsizing .
yesterday off tho harbor.
Had It not been for the timely as
sistance rendered by tho pilot boat,
thcro Is a probability that the occu
pants of the little craft would have had
a very exciting tlmo before reaching
Tho Kahuna started out under a
reefed mainsail to make the trip to
Diamond Head. There was a stilt
breeze blowing and quite a chop sen
All went well for a time but, In try
ing to bring the boat around, she took
n wave aboard which made her kct
over Khe tilled quickly and capsize I.
throwing her crew Into tho water.
'Hie pilot boat, being near, went to
Hie ngjlstancc of the wet jachtsmen
and soon had them safe nboard.
Later, the Fearless went nut and In
taking hold ot tho submerged bo-it,
broke her mast and bowsprit short otf.
The Knhuna was brought to her moor
ing nnd righted. Repairs will bo madn
to her Immediately.
The boat has bad quite an eventful
history slnco her first launching. Shu
was built by Walker for a hui of young
men and failed to prove" seaworthy,
opening tip In tha first race sho enter
ed, so that she sank soon after return
ing from tho race.
Being ropalrcd. sho capsized later
off tho lighthouse. She was then laid
up on tho beach for secvrnl nionthH
and finally found her way back to the
builder, after being In the courts for a
She next made her appearance Cs
&5WHI1S FOR THE HUH
Tho sports commltteo of tho Scottish
Thistle Club has arranged the pro-
K"" for tl'c sports to tako place at
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inu iniu o intuit: ill .uummiuii uu uiu
fourth of July. Prizes will bo offered
to the winners ot tho different events
nml a S,""1 dea'f V.'.".'8 c'x',c,e.lca out
"' " 1 UU U1CIIIH Will UB U IUIIUWB:
0n" hundred vards,
Old men's race.
Hop, step and jump.
you ttre Invited to visit tho Island
Curio store on Hotel street. Tbo most
complcto collection of Hawaiian curios
in sale. Recommend your friends to
this old Curiosity Shop. It's a regular
1057 Port St.
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