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EVENING BUM,ETIN, HONOLULU, If. T., SATURDAY. JULY 5, 1902.
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WEAR CLUB COLORS
COMING BOAT RACES
Tha lady adherents ol Clio boat clubs
cannot partlctpato In the coming races
Imt can Insplro enthusiasm by being
attired In their favorlto club colors,
llavo you seen tho display of hand
some materials In our wfndows? Hero
wo mention a few of them:
STRIPED DIMITY STRIPED DIMITY
Dlue and White. fied and White.
30 in. 20c a Yard 30 In. 6 Yards for $1.00
FIGURED DIMITY FIGURED MUSLIN
Uluo and White. Red and White.
29 In. 20c a Yard 30 In. 15c a Yard
f 0TTED SWISS DOTTED SWISS
White. ' Solid Red.
28 In. 30c a Yard 28 In. 30c a Yard
ORGANDIE DOTTED SWISS
Blue and White. I'laln White.
31 In. I5c a Yard 28 In, 30c a Yard
POLKA DOT DIMITY ORGANDIE
Blue and White. I'laln nod.
30 In. 15c a Yard 30 In. 30c a Yard
COTTON FOULARD ORGANDIE
Bluo and White. Plan WMte.
32 In. 25c a Yard 32 In. 35c a Yard
HEALANI HOSE MYRTLE HOSE
Blue with whlto dots. Solid Red with whltu dots. Solid
bluo with laco stripes. red with laco stripes.
HEALANI HATS AND MYRTLE HATS AND
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
DIRECT FROM ENGLAND
Ex Ship "YOLA"
A LARGE 8IIIPMHNT OF
BITS AND SPURS
BLACK AND GALV. FISH
CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING
BAG TWINE i
BARBOUR'S SHOE THREAD
BUCKETS AND TUBS
CROWN SOAP AND
KNIVES AND FORKS
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Myrtles Take Both Pearl
SENIOR EVENT WAS
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT
Margin of Only Three or Four Feet-
Junior Event Won Easily
By Myrtles In
Senior race Won hy Myrtle crow
by between 3 and 5 feet. Time,
1U:4U3-G. livalanls about n second
slower. Crews as follows:
Myrtlt William l.yle. stroke; Wil
liam Sopor, No. 3; I. l.lshninn, No. 2;
Sam Johnson, bow; coxswain, Alvarez.
Heulanl V. II. Damon, stroke; Dan
llenear. No. 3; l'anl Jarret, No. 2; S.
A. Walker, bow; coxswain. Tinker.
Junior race Won by Myrtle crew
by five or six lciiKths. Time, 10:31
beating the senior time by 9 3-D sec
onds. Crews as follows:
Myrtle (ieorgo Crozlcr, stroke; 0.
V. Wright, No. 3; M. Simpson, 'No. 2;
J, Crozler, bow; coxswain, Alvarez,
Healanl Harry Murray, stroke;
n. Trncey. No. 3; II. F. Ilellbron, No.
John Stokes, bow; coxswnln, Stcl-
The following were In charge of the
Judges A. O. M. Kobortson. Walter
;. Wall and Lieutenant II. J. Newton.
Starter S. E. P. Taylor.
Timekeeper tat start) I.. Marks.
Timekeepers (at finish C. J. WIV
lis, V. E. Harvey, A. T. Uroclt.
Itegatta committee S. K. P. Taylor,
chairman; M. Jonnson. W. C. Parke.
their shells and away toward tho start, I
but, unfortunately for tho anxiously
watting throngs of Myrtle and Healanl
sympathizers, what time was made Ir
the start was lost nt tho other end ot
the course, over n half hour being coiv ,
sumed by tho boats In getting Into po
sltlons satisfactory to the Judge at the
The Waterwltch, with timekeepers ,
and other officials, could not get cloa
cr than a little over a quarter of n mile
from the start on nccount of tho low
tide, but tho flash of the pistol was1
finally observed and there was a Blm ,
uttaneous click as the oars of tho two
boats wero seen to dip and then flash
In the Bttn.
The start was very even but tho Myr
tles were soon In tho lead, and from i
that time on, although thn Healanls
were never more than a length behind
and for most of the time were nol even
that far behind, the wearers of tho
red and whlto kept to tho fore. As the!
A prominent Montreal clergyman, the Iter, Jm
II Ilirn, Hector St Jade mil Hon. Canon of
Christ Chi.rth (Yttiedrat, write i "I'crmlt me to
end you a, few line to atrnnglf recommend
I'rnnT inriV I'Aix.KiLLtn. 1 hate nwjltwlth
tif action for Uilrty-flte year. It (a a r.r?jara
Uoii whtih def ervei full public confidence. '
A fare enr. for
Two Rltei, Sc ind 50c.
I'M'iUonljrnfic rinKlilr, Porry Davis
a hitch, thanks to the efforts of the ra-
It.ita t.-iaaml nntt tinlf mlln Imit
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red flag went up. ,k,ii.-.ii.
' ' Tho r till now atnnd in fol own In
After passing tho last half mllo Oat! 10 championship races since they be
gan. In 1SG:
the excellent form of tho Healanls
showed up nnd It seomed as If they
must win. They crawled up Inch by
Inch until they were almost bow to
bow with the Myrtles. The latter
seemed to weaken nnd certainly did
not putt In ns good form as the Hea
lanls, but If there wns any nppearancc
of weakness, thnt appearance was de
eolvlng, for tho boys wero putting tho
last dregs of their strength Into their
nrms and forcing their boat not by a
brilliant spurt, but Inch by Inch, nhcad
of the Healanls.
Tho work wns hard and the faces of
the members of each crow showed pale
as they put In their final efforts. There
was an Indescribable mixture of blue
and led on the shore ns tho sympathiz
ers of tho various crews Jumped into
Senior chnninlonshlp Pour oared
shell. Course, a mile nnd n half strnlght
away. Prize, championship banner.
Won by the Myrtle Hoat Club, May
Won by the Myrtle Moat Club. Sep
tember 11. 1S97.
Won by the Healanl V. and I). Club,
September 10, 1S9S.
Won by tho .Myrtle Doat Club. Sep
tember 9, 1899.
Won oy the Healanl Y. and I). Club,
September 8. 1900.
Won by tho Healanl Y. and I). Club,
July I, 1901.
Won by tho Myrtle Hoat Club, July
Junior championship Pour oared
shell. Course, a mile and a half.
The championship shell races br
twecn the Healanl and STyrtlo senior
nnd Junior crews on tho Pearl Harbor
mllo and a half straight away courso
yesterday foitnoon turned out In a
most satisfactory manner for tho
Myrtles. The red and whlto swept ev
crythlng before It and healed the old
sores of last year, when tho Healanl
won. This year tho Myrtles havo tha
proud distinction ot having won both
races and that, too, in the face of what
seemed to be odds in favor of the Hea
lanls. The wearers of the blue and
white were sure that their senior crow
mo air ami yeneu. u was nobody s ntralght away. Prize, silver cup pre
race to the very finish and from tho!snted by the association, nnd slfVer
Waterwltch, following but a few yards jCIP presented by Mr. A. O. M. Itobert.
jclilml tho boats. It could n"t be at lk0i, to become the property of the
ivrtnlned which crew crossed the llni.ciU, winning It three times.
I-'"1- Won by tho Myrtle Hoat Club, May
Suddenly two shots, fired as quickly 0, 1S90.
as Judge (t.teut.) II. J. Newton ol , Won by the Myrtle Hoat Club. Sop
Camp McKlnlcy could pull the trigger tember 11, 1897.
of his revolver, rang out ncross tho i Won by the Healanl Y. and B. Club,
harbor and the boats slackened In September 10, 189S.
their forward Impetus. As tho launch Won by the Myrtle Hoat Club, Sep
rounded the boats and went toward tember 9. 1899.
fie Judges' stand, even tho crews wero' Won by the Myrtle Hoat Club, Sep
uncertain nbout the result. Then camo tember 10, 1900.
a mighty shout from tho launch of i Won by tho Healanl Y. nnd D. Club,
Who won the race?" And the answer July 4. 1901.
camo bacK from .Mr. Newton, "Tho ' Won by tho Myrtle Boat Club, July
Myrtle crew by about threu feet. Tho.l. 1902.
closest finish I ever saw." It was learn- '
ed later from Mr. Newton that ho had .
all ho wanted to do to fire tho two (jalVCStOIl VlSltCU
Biioia mm inurKcti ine lime oi ine
crossings of each boat, tho finish was
such n close one.
The launch did not remnln long at I Onlverton. Juno 27. The wind nnn
tho wharf, but slid away again toward ' rain storm which struck Galveston last
DON'T YOU ?
Only wny to get nny
comfort this kind of
wentlicr and a good
Simply turn on the button to have
the cooling zephyrs ripple your hair
nnd make you forget about the day
$15.00 BUYS ONE,
That Isn't much to spend for lasting
Hawaiian Electric Go,, Ltd,
TULUPIIONU MAIN .'100.
C. W. MACI-ARLANE,
The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dlnnry Kerosene Oil. The best light
known to sclcnco and tho cheapest.
Havo received tho Highest Awards at
the Pan-American Exposition. Suit
able for store and halls, ana aro In use
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall,
Nichols Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Hollls
ter Drug Co., Mclnerny Shoo Store,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous ta men
tion. We also havo tho same Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
nolo for lamps to bo placed In yerdt
as a protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps aro In uso tnroughout all
Por further particulars Inquire ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
The Pride of the Home
By Severe Storm
tho start, arriving nt tho other end
simultaneously with tho two Junior '
The start was made very quickly
Fels Naphtha Soap
Washes Clothes Without Rubbing
Removes All Grease and Paint Stains.
night continued wit hlncrcnsed Inten
sity until this afternoon.
The wind held steady from the south
west ami reached a velocity of sixty-
would win, but wero not so confident ani1 "10 ,,oats were speeding f.ong nt five miles In one nnd two minute gustn
during the early portion of this morn
ing. The tldo wns not dangerously
high, being but two feet nbovo nor-
l mai, mil mo storm, wnicn originnicu in
about the Junior event.
Tho officials of the day together
with press representatives went down
to Pearl Harbor on a special train
kindly furnished by the O. It. & I,. Co..
leaving tho depot at 8 o'clock sharp.
Upon arrival at their destination, tho
Judges nnd timekeepers at tho start
weio sent out In a small launch ot tho
Young Brothers, And the Judges at
the finish stationed In their canvas-
covered box at tho O. II. & I... Co.
wharl. Tho fast launch Waterwltch
soon arriving on the scene, tho regat
ta committee, other officers of the day
nnd tho newspaper men took their
places, and a start for tho other end of.
tho course was made.
Tho launch had not gnno very fai
before the whistle of the 9:45 train
from tho city sounded, nnd soon htm
dreds of people camo trooping through
tho red dirt to various advantageous
positions along the front In as close
proximity to tho finish as possible.
Tho signal went forth from thn
launch and tho senior crews, filing out
of their bout houses, wero soon in
such n very rnplci ruto that it was pre
dicted tho tlmo of tho senior raco
would ho beaten. This turned out us,
Tho Myrtles pulled in better form the West tltilf nnd passed on the land
and soon had the lend, which they in- with its renter fully fifty miles west
creased to tho very finish, when thoy ' (Inhesion, made Itself felt on tits
wero several lengths nncad. . Miami.
...I i i... it ,... i I Tiinlcht tho wind Is blow-Inn tlilrtv
111-11 llfJtiU III llll.- IU1L-, U1U UUW 1UUII I " '
of the Healanls lost ills oar. but got It nines an nour. inn mo wimner nurea.i
back so sklirully that tho other niom-l"a,c lhnt " wlU ,vocr ! "'" w"
bers of tho crew wero not disturbed ty morning nnd produce char weather
and the boat was soon shooting on-, for Sal1"r'Ln.;-. T'.,e ""ly ?.nn,!,,w .rt"
pultun in uuimi'Muii wuh ine nulling.
out ot lltteen motor cars ny ine water
A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to other
mnkes of tho same prlco. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Built to Sew Well
and to Last Call and InspccC tho different styles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Sole AgcntB for tho llnwnllnn lalnndw.
Tho dny wns n dcllghtfi' ono for the
races, only n slight breeze blowing
nnd tho wntcr being but llttlo disturb
ed. Tho nrraiigemcnta wero excel
lent nnd everything went off without
getting Into the electric machinery.
Cartoonists seem to have the call In
diplomacy at present. The appointment
of Thomas Nash nt Guayaquil Is non
followed by that of Alfred K. Moe. ono
of tho lending cartoonists on thn Har
vard Lampoon, nt Tcgulclgnlpn, Honduras,
Not for n century hns tho darter
been bestowed upon so ouug a man as
Vmirr. WrlH-Mi.itT.I , the Duke of Mm thorough, Consuclo
I Vandcrlillt's husband.
..V W Mean What Vc Sny T tour
L Choice ol soildMU er.tioidi'uu
ipSllvtrnp. VMUnrtlilt'aa I li bl-
t new ami caj Uti 5end Mmr j
iinl vto ni&llintrnctlnii,tpt!mool'!
ftU ami Kiiil FREE a a Homcnlr al I
riitifftiirr. r irauiirr,
nook Co Boi38.Aiheti1le.N Carolina U S A
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IN THIRTY DAYS
All goods selling bolow cost. This is tho last chanco to buy as cheap.
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Henry H. Williams
THE PUOORESSIVK UNOCRTAKnii
OP I HONOLULU I WITH t TIIII
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a specialty. . .
The very la'est methods
employed In caring fr the
dead. A lull stock of the bet
and up-to-date undertaking
goods an J paraphernal la.
onu merits &
Remtmter there Is no other
MR. WILLIAMS connoted
with this esUblUliwiit i so
make no more mistakes.
For July 4th.
Wo havo a few very cholco suckling pigs. Hotter leave your or
der early, as they aro In great demand.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., Ltd,,
Telephone Mnin 4ft.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions, Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located In the
Port Street, opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE GO., LTD.
Albert V, Gear, President.
Emmett May, Secretary.
Phone Main 64,
IMO and IJ48 Font -t , Love Bulldlna
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