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Vol XV III No. 3J88
Reds Day New Yacht Record
Senior and Freshman
6-Oared Barge Races
Captured By Myrtles
. JOYOUS CROWD-YACHTS GET AWAY
Prince Cupid's Kanoclanl de-
f feato Oo.-Harris' Kapiolanl In
the slx-ohred whalcboat race.
The Myrtle Seniors win from
4 the Hcalanls In the slx-oar barge
-f race and tho Myrtle Juniors dc-
4 feat the Hcalanls In the slx-oar.
4 Geo. Harris' kapiolanl defeats
Cupid's Kanoclanl in n special
f race for Big.
4- Cupid's Kona boys win the six-
paddle canoe race.
f The yacht Hawaii (first class) -f
triumphed over tho Kamchamcha
f on her 8-mlnute time nllownncc.
f Time: Kamehnrrlcha, 1 lir. .19 m.
f 30 sec; Hawaii, 1 hr, 3K pi. 41 3-5
sec, corrected time.
The ilealbnls win (heir first
4 race of the day In the Senior palr-
f oared boat.
Ph.. fllnV PI In) wins llm
!4 G-oarcd whalcbont race from I'ur-
dy's No. 2.
V The Myrtjes win tho Junior
4 pair-oar from the Hcalanls. on a -r
'4 fluke, the -Inltcr'B- tiller breaking.
V Tho Prl'nVess Ilnlslirn first In
V the second class yacht race.
4 The MauhaXol boats tlio Klnnu
if '' 'ft
I Today Is Regatta Day. Of course,
MtV Superfluous, lo say that. You
couldn't Kelp 'knowing It, unless you
nre deaf, dumb and blind, and even
then tho chances are that you would
feel It In the atmosphere. If you hap
pened to be a stranger In Honolulu
and heard nothing of what Is going on,
you would know that If Is n holiday
and that thn people of tho city nro
twit or a good time and aro hnvlng
It. 'You would pass along tho streets,
where all the stores nro closed up
light, for the merchants of tho city
Have something more Important In dn
(oday than merely to make money.
They have forgotten such things as
dollars and cents, have donned their
glad rags': decorated themselves with
colors, red and' while or blue and
white, according to their affiliations
and sympathies, taken their families
ftnd gone for tho waterfront.
A festive crowd It was, too, (hit
morning. It commenced to assemble
jbng before the time for the first race,
and It kept coming all the morning.
"Better b sure than sorry" Is a say
Inn older than our safe-deposit vault.
but It fits It as If made to order. Bet
jer be sure of the safety of your pa
pers than sorry you had not rented
one of the boxes at five dollars a year.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO
THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
Cor, fORT and HOTEL 8T8
16 PAGES-HONOLULU. rKKRITORTi
Most of the men were dressed In
white, as befitted tho occasion, while
many of the women wore sailor suits,
decorated with streamers of red and
white or white and blue ribbon. Flow
ers were In evidence, too. In unusual
profusion, even for Honolulu, whero
flowers aro tho rulo rather than tlio
exception. Lois of every shado and
combination were worn, most of them
of unaccustomed Rorgcousncss, as
befitted tho town's Bpectacular holi
It was at tho boathouses whero
most of tho crowd assembled or as
many of them as could crowd Into
them. Tho rest overflowed along tho
wharfs and on the decks of tho vcu
coin lying In tho harbor.
At tho Honlanl boathouso every
thing wan blue and white. Streamers
r.nd flags of that combination flew
from tho flagpoles and from lines
strctchod from point to point, nine,
and whlto bunting was fastooned
Irom the railings, hung from tho cor
ners of thcliulldlng, tacked up wher
ever thcro was a place for it, And tho
llealanls and thrlr friends and admir
ers woro It In ribbons and badges,
finned on their coats and dresses. Tho
hats of tho ladles wcro decorated with
it. Hut most of tho latter coujld not
help wearing the colors of tho Myrtles
In their checks. That did not Indicate,
disloyalty o their friends, only ex
citement and the pleasure of the occa
sion. At tho Myrtle boathouso red nnd
white was the keynote, and IIiceo col
ors wero no less In evidence tlioro
than wcro the colors of the Hcalanls
at the other boathouses.
And how tho crowds did cheer .tho
winners of tho races nH they flashed
past, bonding to their oars! What
rousing cheers they got as they pulled
up to the' boathouso after a successful
struggle, and what resounding
thwacks "wore bestowed on broad
backs gleaming with water and swell
ing with the play of powerful mus
cles! Nobody was Indifferent, Every
one hud nn Interest In the races and
was exuberant when his team won or
disappointed nnd sympathetic when It
Out on the water the contending
crews raced back and forth. Puffing
little launches hurried busily from
place to place. , Graceful yachts
spread their white wings to tho breeze
and flitted back and forth. Rowboats
filled with eager spectators moved
across the course, their occupants
wildly cheering tho contending crews.
Near one end of tho course lay thn
transport tluford, clean nnd white, as
becomes a vessel of tho United States,
wliUo near her was tho bark Irmgard,
Captain Smith of this craft having
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Are here in the largest assort
ment oi Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 26.
M'iMm&Mldim1 flrf Hmk ritfftrffo '3
to be invited. A
Editors Will Tell
Visit In Bulletin
The members of (he Southern
California Editorial Association
returned this morning from their-
trip to the Volcano, filled with en-
thuslasm over their experiences.
"We Intend (o uto (ho (rip as
material for copy for (he Issue of
tho nullctln. which we will have
charge of," Raid one of (he lead-
Ing spirits of the party.
"Wo will write our impressions
so that the people of Honolulu
can nee what we really think of
In the meantime the Volcano
trip will not bo the only Incident
ol their visit which tho wrlteis
will describe In tno liulletln. The
4- various trips, excursions nnd cx-
perlences which tho party has
had during Its stay hero aro now
being apportioned to the various
members, who will each wrlto his
or her account or iiomo particular
trip or Incident. Kor this reason,
as one of the members of the
temporary staff explained, they
wish to postpone their Inking
charge of the paper until townrdB
thn end of tho IhII. when they
will have a great variety of fen-
lures to rover.
The Kanoclanl and tho Kapiolanl
entered respectively by Prlnco Cupid
and George Harris In tho ftve-oarcd
wbalcboat race, wcro disqualified In
this but placed in n special race for
gig, which resulted In nno of the pret
tiest finishes of tho day. Neck nnd
neck for the entire distance the two
crews struggled along. Prince Cupid
losing pound after pound In weight as
t.o cheered his crew ahead. After
turning tho spar buoy the two were ou
even terms; then opposite tho light
house Cupid brought his crew ahead
but only for a moment, as a final spurt
by Harris' men brought them even,
and at the finish tliu Kaplolanl's bow
was a little over ten feet ahead of the
Kanoclanl. The time was: Kapiola
nl, 19:53; Kanoclanl, 19:55.
Banner Race of Day.
Next came the banner race of tho
day, that of the six paddle native ca
noes. In this class there were three
intrics: A. M. Jlrown's Alabama, Dr.
Wall's Hanakcokl and tho Kona crow
brought down from Kona by Prlnco
Cupid. Tho Alabama never figured in
tho result, but between Dr. Wall's ca
noo nnd the Kona boys one of the
prettiest of races took place,
Tho Hanakcokl caught the water
fnst and forged a few feet ahead, but
could not shake off tho Kona boys,
who gained and finally passed them,
turning (he flag at the llghthouso
Wall's crew spurted, came on oven
termn and took tho lend, but at tho
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can leave the management
of same entirely in our
lundi. We will collect
rents and Interest, pay
taxes and take care of all
details, making remittanc
es monthly or as preferred.
You get the advantage
of the knowledge and ex
perience of a trustworthy
Fort St. Honoluh
Bulletin ad. Is a pleasant business invitation
BDLLEflN MMHB (EI HITS.
OF HAWAII. 8ATURDAY.
Wonder of the World
In Hawaii's Great Volcano
Inspires The Editors
CAN NOW WRITE UNDER PELE'S SPELL
Thn Southern Calllnrnla editorial
party came In on the Klnau at about
J o'clock this morning from tho Vol'
cano, after a four days trip which
proved to bo a very pleasurable ono
to them, The fours days were very
full, being spent In seeing things that
wero new lo all the mi'inbers of the
party, anil those who were spoken to
corncernlng their trip expressed them
selves as well pleased with their ex
periences. The trip out was rainer a rough
opo nnd there was a good deal of sea
sickness, which caused considerable'
discomfort, but the return o)ngo was
If the editors have any kick com
iiir they will have a glorious oppor
tunity lo unburden themselves when
tliey get nut their special edition of
Tho Klnau had n heavy passenger
list coming back nsldo from the mem
bers of the editorial party, and things
wero rather crowded, hut In spllo of
minor discomforts tho excursion Is
pronounced a success.
Paul Moore of Redlandi.
"Wo had a splendid trip," said Paul
Mporo of the Hertlands Facts, "and wn
wero cry well trenti-il 11 tho tlmo
we were gone. Wr wero met by a
I'ortuguso band whn we arrived, and
In tho evening were given a fine luau.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP a CO. the
store In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which belonged to the Porter Furniture Oo. which
Is retlrlrg from buslnees, have placed on sale at J, HOPP A
CO.'S stores the entire stock of Porter's at prlcca which have
never been placed on furniture here before,
J. HOPP i. CO. carry on their own account a large stock
of furniture and they have n,o room for Porter's stock, so
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you and the price will be lese than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a etock.whlch Included him
high grade goods. We will "murder" these. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and must put Porter'e
stock out of the way.
The stock Includes everything you can use In your house.
Now Is the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
REMEMBER THE PLACEI
J. HOPP & CO.,
1053-1059-1065 YOUNQ BUILDING: BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACTS.
The Company sustained only one death lose attributable directly to
the awful disaster of April 18th last
The Company's San Francisco Home Office Building, destroyed by fire,
was fully covered by insurance In standard companies.
The land upon which the San Franoleco Homo Office Building stood
has not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
has rather appreciated In value.
San Francisco mortgages held by the Company, amounting to 1288,450,
were protected by real 'estate yalued at $493,000, with Improvements, only a
part of which were dectroyed, worth 1170,000, and upon which Improve,
ments the Company held fire Inaurance to the amount of 175,000.
Tho vaults withstood ,the fire and their entire contents, about two car
loads of books and records', are now In our Los Angeles Home Office,
The Company has approved assets of about $11,000,000; has nearly
$100,000,000 of Insuranco In force; has an annual Income of more than $1,
500,000, and has surplus to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Insurance laws the etockholdere, whose wealth Is
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company,
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA Is the largest and most popular life Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and has done a conservative and progressive business
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, as it will
continue to do, J, N. RUSSELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACT8I
CLINTON J. HUTCHIrl8,
80 FORT STREET. GENERAL AQENT.
SEPTEMBER 15. 190U -
It was great' Later a dance was giv
en at the llllo armory, at which every
body had a good time. Before thi
exents of the evening we had been
taken over to see soma of the sights
"In the morning we started for tho
Volcano, arriving nt tho hotel about
1 1 o'clock. Wo wcro taken first to the
Milphur baths, and In tho afternoon
went over to see the crater. Of course
wn did the usual stunts, toasted pos
tal cards in the cracks of tho lava,
rooked eggs, and nil that kind of thing.
Unfortunately, l( mined nearly all thn
time, but this did not Interfere great
ly with our seeing the crater as well
as if the weather had been line. Wo
walked across the lava to tho crater
nnd looked down over the edge. Of
nurse, wo could not too to the hot
tctn. as tho crater was full of steam
nnd smoke, but It wns a great sight as
It was. I wouldn't have missed It for
pnythlng, nnd I only wish that wo
could have stayed another day and
reen moro of the sights about tbo vol
cano. "In tho evening wn were given a
lino lmrjn.net nt the hotel. I was real-
Ily surprised at tho excellence of It all.
Taken altogether, the trip was well
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tkmn IT If.
(Attoclnted rrtu Special Cable)
HAVANA, CUBA, Sept. 15. The
U. 8, cruiser Des Moines has arrived
in the harbor.
The rebels were dispersed In an en
gagement near here, losing 31 In kill
ed and wounded. There have been
othr minor Government victories.
lAttnclaled rrcn gptelal Cable)
SEATTLE, Wash., Sept 15. The
steamer Oregon grounded today at the
entrance to Prince William Sound.
The steamer Is a total loss. All on
board were saved.
Mtiomtrif prtu tficlal CnbU)
UNDERWOOD, N. B., Sept. 15.
The vaults of two banks In this town
were blown up today and $10,000, re
cured by rohr s.
M ? fated i'rft frtclal Cable)
CINCINNATI, O., Sept. 15. Con
gressman Nicholas Longworth was
renominated today by the Republic
ans of his district.
Many of the country delegates whu
camo from (he outside districts to at
tend the convention, remained in town
today, taking ndvnntagc to enjoy tho
Regatta Day sports, while they were
here, lomorrow there will probably
bo a general exodus,
JBJB"''For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
lull' r ;ICK r!y-S3tn
barefooted, it is unhealthy and they are likely to catch
some contagious disease.
We have the largest and most complete stock of chil
dren's shoes ever shown, consisting of Lace Boots, Oxford
Ties, Slippers, Pumps and Sandals. Prices to fit every pocket
book in town, as well as a shoe to fit every child In town.
Remember! Chjldren like to buy from us because we
take pride In pleasing them,
80c to $3.SO
1051 Fort Street.
THE BULLETIN WANT AD.
ARE THE NEAREST APPROACH
TO A CONGRESS OF CONTENT-
conference of people who have
too much of this and too little of
that a market-place where Give
and Take li the slogan, and where
things are equalized and balanced
and adjusted In the Clearing House
for Small Things.
Prior f Junta
(A norland Prtu Fptctal Cablt)
TACOMA, Wash, Sept. 15 Gener
al Frederick Funston has been order
ed to Washington. It Is supposed
that he goes In connection with affairs
In Cuba. Funston won his first laur
els In war when engaged in the Cu
ban rebellion against Spanish author
ity. He knows the fighting ground
and the people.
(Aitnclalrd I'm Special Cable)
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 15. The Re
publicans In State convention here to
day nominated P, B. Steward for Gov
ernor. Additional Cable News on Page 2.
All the courts. Including the United
States District and the Police Court,
held no session today owing to thn
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