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RVENINO nULLKTIN. HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, APRIL C, 1908.
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METROPOLITAN MEAT COLimited
is showing the only
Beautiful Yacht Hawaii Now' Rides
In Waters Of Honolulu Harbor
Successful Launching Took Place Saturday
AfternoonChristened "Hawaii" By Miss
Wiicox-Credit To Builder
Just na the nun was Blnklng In n
golden Iinzo behind the distant hori
zon lust Saturday evening tho Trans
pacific racing yacht Hawaii, conceiv
ed and built In Hawaii, and the pride
or tho Islands, starting slowly at
first and then gathering mbmentum
as slio nearcd the water, slid grace
fully Into the brine of Honolulu har
bor. It was her Initial dip. Urcat
cheers rang out, whistles tooted
hortely, and enthusiasm was In
tense for a few minutes.
"Well, I'm glad she's In," came
with a sigh of relief from W. H. Mc
Inerny, secretary of the Trans-Paclllc
Yacht Committee, who has done so
much work for the yacht. And ho
was glad, too, ns was also many oth
ers for whom this was u long-anticipated
Three trials were made before the
boat was successfully started on her
short Journey seaward. Only ono
small launch was giving the starting
pull at first, but the Hawaii refused
construction of this acht have se
lected Miss Wilcox to be sponsor for
tho boat. The oung lady now
stands before you."
Tho ciowd that was down at Sor
enson & Lylos shlpynrds to see tho.
Hawaii launched was unexpectedly
large, though tho Report had soma
way gotten around town' in the mor
ning that tho boat had launched her
solf, whllo (ha 'fact of the matter
was that Hulldor and Captain Alec
Lyle had merely moved the slim
racer ten feet jicarer tho water to
facilitate tho evening c'oremonles, liv
ery roof, boat, fenco or any point of
vantage was populated, and the
throng that elbowed and pushed
around both sides and behind the
boat in the shlpjard proper was good
sized. The Inter-Island steamer
Maium Loa was on the marlno ways
undergoing repairs and tho staging
and braces holding her wero fringed
with venturesome people.
Directly behind the yacht on the
tho surface of the water, exactly at
G:1T p. in. Tho cradle was cairled
Into the water with the boat. Just
as the jacht was half-way down the
slide, the saluting cannon on hoard
burst forth In one grand roar of til
umph. The Hawaii was In the wa
ter. The cheer that aroso from all sides
could have been hqard all over that
section or the town. The Iloyal Ha
waiian Hand was playing the nation
al nlr, "Hawaii I'onol," and cries of
"Hip, IIlp, Hooray for the Hawaii!"
urose as from ono volco.
Alec Lyle, the active builder of .the
jacht, the man wlio has given so
much of his time planning and con
structing, superintending every lit
tle detail, was perhaps tho most re
lieved man in the whole assembly
when the trim vessel was finally in
tho water. In a great way, his firm
and he In particular, aro responsible
for the yacht's being bulit.'for had It
not been that all their labor has been
dono without thought of compensa
tion it Is probable that tho vast task
pf building n racer to compete with
tho best racers on the Pacific Ocean
WHITNEY fc MARSH
We have received just in time for Easter a NEW SE
Ladies' White Skirts
Silk and Voile '
Waist measurements up to 32. Also
New White Petticoats
In regular and train 1 cngths.
to budge. Finally Young mothers j Wnlklkl side was the platrorm on
powerful little Ituklhukl was added which slbpei the Governor, Mrs.
to .the tpwlng force and nftor a tow , Frcar, Miss .Wilcox, Mr. Cooper,
minutes the winner of tho next and others, On tho yacht when she could never have been carried out.
Trans-Paclflc Itace had begun her ca-.' moved down luto the water were tho 'All credit to Alec Lyle, the captain
icer in the Pacific Ocean. following: p. T. and II. A. Wilder, of the Hawaii.
Mlbs Mary Katit Wilcox, assisted two members of tho crew who will I And then thero Is tho, Trans-Pa-by
Mrs. Frear. officially named tho1 sail the yacht, and three press rcp-'clflc Yacht Committee. The work
boat by breaking a bottle or chain-1 resentat.lveH,, Prof, and Mrs. fJrlf- that has been dono, by the men who
pagne across me vessels prow, say- inn were .on mo sianu wun miss comprise this commlttco cannot be
Ing at the same time, "I christen Wilcox, to,fticqrt her,
thee Hawaii." The bottlo containing,
the wine was hard to break, and two
attempts had to be made before It
wns demolished. Miss Wilcox, was
Introduced by Commodore Cooper of
the Hawaii Yacht CJul. "Ladles and
gentlemen," said tho Commodore,
"tho committee responsible for the
Disappointment was keen when
the first strt oX the yacht toward
tho water ,was stopped. The strain
on the rope was not strong enough
until the Uuklhuki launch was fast
ened on, Then, when started, theie
was no stopping, and the boat kept
on going until she was floating on
I measured on a monetary basis., They
liavo taken time from their business
and given everything In their power
given with a clad heart, for it was
a pleasure fqr them, and the launch
Ing of the boat last Saturday oven
Ing brought the consummation or
their hopes, that much nearer fulfilment.
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- By 11-7 Score
The Chinese Alohas turned the
trick on the Posies yesterday nfter
noon at Aula Park to the tune of
11 to 7. The game was fast and
wall contested throughout, although
the winners had nine' errors chalked
up against them. '.
The following score will give an
Idea how things went after the nino
Innings wero played: '
CHINESE ALOHAS, Jit. -
A It IK'S P A K
English, lb ....4 2 0 2 11 0 3
McShane, cf .,..6 1 1 0 1 1 0
Kealoha, c G 1-1 2 G 1 0
Mnrkham, 3b ...5 0 0 0 .3 3 3
Ho Llm, If 4 2 114 0 0
Ng Sing, 2b ... .4 2 1 2 1 2 2
P. Sullivan, rf...2 1 1 1 0 0 0
J. Alona, p .... 4 2 1 2 1 1 0
Tom Yen, ss.. .4001031
Totals 38 11 0 11 27 11 'J
SWEET VIOLET A. C.
A It II S P A E
N. Peterson, lu..G 0 0 0 g 1 2
I.anl. 3b 5 1 0 2 2 1 1
Kualil, ss G 0 1 0 G 2 1
J, Flores, C....G011820
Kapal, p G 0 0 0 0 3 0
Ako, 2b 4 3 0 0 4 2 1
Ah Hook, cf.. .4 130900
LIplnl, rf 3 1 0 0 0 0 1
Ah In, If .......3 1 ,0 0 0 ,Q 0
, . '
Totals . ,....39 7 ,G, 3 27 11 '0
SCORE I1Y INNINGS
Chi. "Alohas "... 0 200302 111
Sweet Violets ..0000410117
Three-base hit: McShane. Two-
huso hits; Ah Hook, 2; Kealoha. Sac
rltlce, hit: Alona. First base on call
ed balls: Off Alona, 2; off Kapal, 8,
Struck out: Hy Alona, 3; by Kapal,
G, Passed balls: Kealoha, 1: Klores,
2. Umpire: Ah Pol. Scorer: W. Tin
Tho Kallhl team won tho final
gamo of tho ValloyBldo League yes
terday afternoon and by so doing
walked off with tho championship for
the season of 1907. Their opponents
were the boys comprising the Lel
lehua team, and tho victory came
somewhat In the form or n surprise
to tho Idsers. Tho final' store was
9 id C,
The dimensions of the Hawaii are
as fallows: Length over all, G9 feet
G Inches; length on load water line,
G2 feet 4 Inches; beam, extreme oyer
plank, 16 feet 10 Inches; depth of
I hold at mainmast, 9 feet; cxtrcmo
draft, 10 reet. The keel, which Is of
iron, weighs 12 long tons. The ves
sel will be schooner rigged.
"De Kids" Vave
1 .1 1
At Kam School
The wind-up of the athletic exer
cises track meets ended for the
Kamehameha Schools on Saturday
last by tho occurrence of the closing
event, viz.: the track meet of the
youngsters In the preparatory depart
ment. There wns a good attendance
of contestants and tho best of Inter
est and good-fellowship was shown
by tho participants In the vailous
Following Is tho list of contests
with names of 111 st und second-place
men, with n record of the results:
100 Yards Dash 1, Kepano; 2,
E. Ilojd. Time, 13 1-G sec.
880 Yards 1, Edward Henry; 2,
Antono Correa. Time, 3m. 26b.
High Jpmp 1, Charles Shaw;
would be good enough if they were repaired.
Bring them to us. We use the highest grade, leather
and do superior work.
Hen's Shoes half soled and heeled $1.25
Women's Shoes, half-soled, and heeled $1.00
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AALAS TAKE CAME
' FROM ASAHI TEAM
IStcura, 3. Double play: Asam to
Hrlto. Two-buso, hit; ,Corre.i, Clem
1 SCORE HY INNINCJS
I , 12'3,4GG7 89
In the- gamo' between-tho-Anlas' Aglbts .MJJ. ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-
orf h. Ao,.hla vnol,.r,1nv nflornnnn AaWB 002J0040 '
the'ri5&'eVWn odt' b thV score' oil ' ftrPT!Tn'fih0P? r
S to 3. Tho line-ups of tho two Umpire V. Aynu.
Kabnulello. Height, 4 ft.
Three-Legged Race, GO Yards
Won by Uoyd nncUCauhl; 7mln. 9sec.
I'&O Yards 1 Charles Shaw; 2,'
Edward Uoy'd. Time, 29 3-Gsec.
Pole Vnult Charles Shaw; 9ft.
120 Yards Hurdles 1, Thos.'llore;
2, Edward Henry. Time, 10 4-Gsec.
fDO Yards 1, Joseph Kahaulello;
2, Ed. Wftgncr. Time, 7scc,
440 Yards 1, Edward Henry; 2,
Antono Correa. Tlmo, lmln.
Shutput, 8 lbs. 1, Lawroncc Ka
uhl; 2, Sam Peck. Distance, 29ft.
Half-Mlle Relay Won by E. Hen
ry, Thomas Hore, Kahaulello, and
The offlcors of the track meat
Roforeo Stanley Livingston.
Clerk of Course Rev. J. L. Hop
wood. Tlmokooper Geo. Mclntyro.
Scorer AIox. Lewis.
Track .Judges Julius Uartels, An
drew Poejoo, Walter Kamnioplll.
Field Judges J. Udliu". John Hal.
James Kcfkeln, , , j,a
At Yonng Hotel
As a fitting event to follow the
launching of the yacht, the Hawaii
Yacht Club will hold their unnual
banquet and election of officers for
tho year of 1908 this evening in the
banquet hall at the Young Hotel.
There will bo a general discussion of
tho happenings In yachtdom for tho
past year, suggestions will be made
for the coming season, and officers to
serve until 1909 will bo selected.
Tho annual banquet Is the crown
ing event of tho year. The Hawalf
Yacht Club Is n progressive Institu
tion, noted for Its sportsmanlike at
titude at all times and places, with a
beautiful club-house setting cozlly
along the pretty shore of Pearl Har
bor. Here the local enthusiasts
ciuise from Honolulu harbor, and
spend as much of their time as pos
sible. It Is an ideal spot for the
club-house, with Just enough difficul
ty and danger attending Its attain
ing to mako tho trip well worth
While tho number of yachts hero Is
not so large as might be expected,
still the fleet is steadily increasing
and In a few cars It Is probable that
no place on the Pacific Coast will for
excel the Hawaii Yacht Club.
There Is a splendid feollng existing
between the members of the club,
and this will be exemplified this ove
nlng, when tho now officers arc elect
ed. Alec Lyle will probably be se
lected to Commodore the club for the
coming season. He has been a prom
inent member of tho club for some
time, besides bejng the builder or tho
yacht Hawaii. The other officers who
will probably bo elected are as fol
lows: C. T. Wilder, vice commodore
and secretary-treasurer; Ray Rletow,
port captain; Henry Roth, James
Yeager and Henry Rycroft, regatta
committee. The present officers uie
the following: II, E. Cooper, column
dore; J. A. Lyle, vice commodore,
T. II. Petrlo, secretary and treasurer.
Tho present directors aro O, A. Cro
stler, C. W. Macfarlnne, W. II. Mc
Incrny, and Albert Wnterhouse. O.
L, Sorenson is tho present treasurer
and he will probably be qlected to
tho sanui position for tlfo season of
1908, panics Yeager is now port
captain. , '"
Tho dinner tonight will take plate
flt the Youngniotel At 7:30, Henry
Roth has tho hffalr in hand.
II. Loslle, 2b .
W. Hoopal. ir
M. Correa, ss
J. Smith, if . .
Sam Hop, rf
D. Arcla, cf .
teams and the official .score follow
AALA A. C.
. A ,11 II
J. Westbook, rf..3 1 1
S. K. Kala, 3b... 4 0 1
J. Clement, c.. ..4
II. Ilrito, lb ....4
A. Asam, p 4
Volley League Yoll Hero como
those guys. We'll give them surprise.
And open both their eyes To teach
them baseball well. Itlue and White
will never fail; Who can twist Ku
llhl's tall; we aro from w?-- ba?k.
JVest King street!' v
( nrt k
The tftcrrjois oftho Kaala llase
ball ClufTstYcnaded at tlie residence
or M. K Peters last evening.
Totals , ....135 8 10 ,G27 11 S
ASAHI A. C.
,A 11, U'
Masa, 3b , . .
Tsunito, rr .
TctseJI, ss .
Steura, p . .
Osaml, K . .
Saklcl, lb ,
Takugo, c . .
Oato, cf ...
, . .'. 4
There whs a moBt wlso young man,
1 1 Who (Ttaicd all drinks under ban;
1 Said he; "Pax 'Vobfdcum;
I npver will risk 'em;
.0..0 .I'll-order a case or Tansan."
Totals 33 3 4 ' 3 24 10 G
New York's chief wtaor inspector
has reported that Sing Sing prison
has been stealing water through an
8-Inch main from tho city's wator
Struck out: lly Asam, 7; by Steu
ra, G. llase on balls: by Asam, 4; by
Stem a, 3. Wild pitch: Asam, 1; by
niont has promised to cart away the
refuse when you clean up your side
walk. Call up the department when
your part of'the work Is done.
1. I I l-JX.ftJ
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