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RVP.NINO nM.LETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, JTJIA' 7, 1908
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Baseball Bulletin's Page OI Racing v
Boxing Q TJ C TJ TT Q Wrestling
Boating lO A J Xv X O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
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YACHT HAWAII HAD
Many Kinds Of Weather;
. Made 225 Knots
Black Douglas Oil
from tho south. Htipo to got out of
these calniH soon ns wo nil wnnt to
get to San I'cmIki
4 p. in. Sighted Unknown bark
liontnl noi th.
Dlstnnco 14r knots.
Juno 14, midnight. Light wind from
H. SW. with smooth Hon: unci cntf til.
Distance) inn knots.
Juno in, 2.30 ti. in. Wind hauled
dead aft, co took In ll)ln staysail.
n n. in. Wind hauled buck to S. Iiy
V.: net flying staysail again.
' 12.15 j). in. Wind linulud to east
ward no Jibed Halls Sighted unknown
fourninstcd schooner bound south.
12:30 ii. m. Wind hauled north;
The. loc of the trnns-Pnclflc vncht look In suunrcHull und lalTe.
Hawaii was received by tho S S. Moil-' 1:30 p. m. Wind back to north
ukuiii mm ll;ill wiuwvin uuu MUCK
Distance 135 knots.
I Juno 36. midnight. Dead calni. It
this keeps on wo will necr get to 8
GOOD RACES AT
Dan Carey's Horses Took
(Special to the II u I 1 c 1 1 n )
WAIMIKU, Maul, July C. Tlio
fourth of July rnces at SpreckeU"
Park, Knhulul, ghen by tho Maul
Racing Association, passed oft eiy
pleasantly Inst Saturday, The day
Soies of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure of Ranker,
Tin ash, and Foul Feet.
Sprains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
don Lameness. This oil docs not
blister, and can be used while the
horse is in daily work.
Kill la jesterdny niul reads us follows.
Juno 2 nclit left Honolulu at 2. 3D
p. in. Willi a Etiong Ni:. trade wind
and n lumpy sea
I 4.30 p. in. Tool: In balloon jib and
two gaff topsallH Schooner Mol Vu
hlno leaving Honolulu shoitly after
ward was boou left astern and to lee
ward. June 3, 9 n. in. Arrived off I.aliiilna,
.Maul, und hove to so as to tilni ship.
Took iinrhor chains from forehead
and stowed them iimlilslilli All sup-
tiled stowed awnv and vnelit nut In I
Bhlp shape. iW'liul Is freshening. Old Father (la- Imported brown gelding belonging
1:30 p. m. Hlled nwny and boat brlel has opened tho tap to his north to Dan T. Carey and D. H. Davis.
out cnaniiei. tank and is letting us iine it goon mid I ami w,n niK- in r.t .rmt. m.
ttAft ?m n 6 tvlBwtfltlhflllt fit ljllkld .
Aullffe rodo the winner. Purse $100.
P. In time for-the nice. All hands nro wns beautiful, wnno light trndo
praying foi rain, J breezes blew pleasantly. Tho grand
4 p.m. Light wind from north. Set J stum) ns well as tho grounds wcro
equarcsall and rafle. This last sail packed with people who seemed to
ceitahily does the work hi light ... . raccg i,mncnaei.. Tho
leading; Druggists Keep Them.
TELEPHONE 1189. F0TTIE & SONS
weather and Is our only salvation
Distance 10i knots.
June 17, n n. in. Took In squaresntl
li ml raffo as wind Is hauling ahead.
V II. HI. JOOK 111 ll)lllg HUllHHIl US i
Judges got the horses out soon after
10 a. in. for the first race, a half-mllo
dash between Minnie, Sure Shot from
Honolulu, und Aldlon, u promising
4 p. m. I Inlaw u Point, Molokal, plenty. Yacht making about 10 knots
abeam with strong trade wind and un hour,
nig head sou. Yacht plunging heally Distance ISO knots,
and lying down to the masts at times. I Juno IS, midnight. Strong wind
C.45 p. m. Hoofed mainsail. Cook from north and ery cold. Hind work
niul cabin boj veiy sick so it is n caso getting sights ns weathei Is very
of crew catch as catch can.
G:25 p in. Itnlawa Pt. In lot. 21-10
N long. 15G-II W. Doro SW. by W.
and ship heading KiSe. from which
departure Is taken.
C p. m. Shook icof out of mainsail.
11 n. m. Took reef in rnlnsall on
cloudy and big sea.
12-30 n. ni. Took In big jib topsail.
C p. in. Took In foro and main top
8 p. m. Strong wind from NW. with
big Bca. Yacht still making 10 knots
Distance 22S knots.
Tho second was a trotting race
between "I'm For You" nnd I.ucns'
N'aniwn. Nnnlwa won in 3:10.
The linlf-mlle-dash running race
for Japanese-owned horses was won
by i:iko in :C4 with Kuln Hoy n closo
second. Minnie third nnd Francis
Hobron fourth. Purse SCO,
Then followed a trotting race, ono
mile heats, best two in three, between
recount of heavy squalls.
June 4. Strong NH. trades blowing Juno 19, C a. in. Doublo reefed tho u . T Cnrpv.8 pnrnell n lnv eoMInc
with big boa. mainsail as there Is a strong wind i """', "rL.. . J ..
S a. m. Saw cook a few minutes from NW. with a big sen. Our stove i
claimed to have made n record of
but he disappeared again so It Is stlil Is -out of commission and cook Is sick,
On the Mongolia and Hilonian fiom San Francisco, a
fine assortment of Ken's, Ladies', Children's, and Infants'
SHOES, especially sMe.tcd for Comfort and Style,
LAYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 NUUANU STBEET cor. XING.
mm t irWvffgf ti J.S v3jQLP
To Plantation Stores
Honolulu Jam Factory
Ovring to larger factory facilities, can offer every fruit
nnd berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FRESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, P0HA AND GUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
a caso of grab nnd trust to luck In the
grub line for a while ct.
Have traveled 173 knots up to pres
June 5. 4:31 a. m. Sighted un
known barli to windward bound north
a. in. Set Jib topsail.
0:30 a. ni. Set foro and main gaff
topsails and very soon left the bark
8 n. ni. Moderato NH. trade wind
with smooth sea. Crew engaged at
Srlous duties and relieving stations.
1 p. m. Light NE. wind.
Cook has come to llfo und we arc
getting three regular limits a day.
2 p. m. Wind afrcshlng and able cloudy.
teaman Itlctow busy with paint and' 12 ni.
hut such is Ufa on a trans-Pnclflc
yacht. Very wet on deck and cold.
Distance' ISO knots.
Juno 20, 4:15 a. m. I.aml ho! sight
ed Saint Miguel Island dead ahead
about fifteen miles off.
9 a. in. island ubeam.
4:35 p. in. Off Anacapla Islands and
flfty-seen miles fiom San Pedro.
9 p. m. Dead calm witli big swells;
about forty miles from San Pedro.
June 21, tC n. m. Sighted Santa Bar-
linen tolnn I (n Inn tun td nlnn rnill.niaiil. I ...
.,,...... W.V.V......,,, ...u ........,. gptting Into a
Have thlitir-tliroe miles to go to leach
our destination with no wind. Veiy
J I A MlTfV Has Moved to
. LAN W block,
153 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE Y0UNO HOTEI
Iluu for day, 1G5 knots.
June G, 12 n. m. Uneventful, Light
N'i:. winds with smooth sen.
1 p. m. Light NE winds with clean
sky. Itlctow fined for spilling paint on
rtun for day 1S3 knots.
Juno 7. Light NE. winds and
Tho cook Is doing good work and Is
glWng tho crew n icgulnr Hawaiian
man at oery meal.
Distance 15S knots.
Juno 8, 12 a. in. Light NE. winds
and smooth sea.
i a. m. Occasional rain squalls but
ery little rain.
1 p. ni. Wind has haulod to E. Cook
broko n couplo of dishes this morning
i' ml Is in line for a fine. Captain llnr
ilsls looking for a change of'wlnd to
the NW. and wo want It quick so we
ian stand acioss to'S. P,
Distance 1C5 knots.
Set squaresall and raffe as
light wind, has sprung up from tho
2.0G on a California track J ears ago,
and D. L. Meyer's Abdlne, n trust
worthy roadster belonging to the
Mini I Wlno & Liquor Co. Abdine
bioke her hobbles before reaching
t'ac eighth-milo post nnd -Meyer gave
up tho race right there and then. Mr.
Carey finished the mile with his fav
orite, Parncll, in 2:40 nnd won tho
purse ol 1 1C0 easily. Pnrnell was
hmught here about eight months ago
fiom the. Coast with tho Intention of
race on tne rout in
with tho famous Cyclone, but Mrs.
Kepolkai, present owner ot tho celcl
b'ntcd black gelding, wanted her
"C)'' for family uso entirety, and so
the newcomer won all the glory dui-
IW. Passed schooner which proved i.,c tho dnv bv his loneliness
to bo tho Dauntless,, lumber laden. I Dan Cnrey.8 Aldon ngaln apncar.
w.u li. ill. cibiitvu wiiii i-viiiiui
and hope to get Into port tonight,
tl p. in. Off San Pedro brcaliwater.
Met by yacht with Commodore Spauhl
ing and members of tho S. C. Y, Club
aboard and followed by many' other
jnclits nnd launches.
6:30 p. in. Dropped anchor In San
Pedro and wero boarded by tho doctor
nnd glcn pratique.
Distance traelcd, 2159 miles.
Averago run per day, 127 mllei.
Lowest run per day, 27 miles.
Highest urn per day, 225 miles.
Eight tug-of-war teams havo norf
been entered In tho Bhow which Is to
be given at tho Midway at tho end of
June 9, 4 a. in. Wind hauled fiom this week. A meeting of the captnlns
E. by N. to E. SE. but not bteady,
10 a. m. Settled hack to E. Watches clock this evening
1909 "Little Six"
K 1909 New Detroit
will be ready for delivery here in
Honolulu in about six weeks.
busy with thu paint brush.
Dlstnuco 157 knots.
June 10. LlRlit NE. wind
smooth sia all day. v
S:50 p'. in. TackoU chip.
9:30 p. in. Tackod ship again. Wind
light and vnilablo.
Ico supply is pan so no more coin
drinks for a while.
Distance 98 knots.
June 11, 1 a. ill. Dead calm
4:30 a. m.
Iiiaiiu iiiiiiu, uiiuiuiiuiiB nun ivimiin. i
Unbent old Jib nnd stayBall and bent1
I on racing gear In their place. Loosed
ed In the three-fourths mile dash
with Knos' Defender. Aldlon was
easy winner in 1:22 2-5. Purse $125.
Tho mule rnco took place a little
before the noon lntermlbslon. The
entries wero Nlol, Geo Whiz, and
Pllholo, the old standby of the Kn
hului rnco truck. Nloi wns the fav
oi lie und was ridden by Optoplo,
while Jimmy Hart rodo Pllholo. Nl
oi Is a fast mule btit possesses most
uf tho fine qualities of his Bpecles
and wculd not run according to
Hrle. his favorite stunt soon after
tho t tin tor's Hag Is down being to
inn to the nearest fence to give his
ildn- tho option of rcmuining on his
buck or getting on tho fence. Pll
holo won tho hnlf-mllo In 1:08 1-5,
Nlol being close behind. Purse $25.
A match rate was then arranged
which was run at 4 p. m. Nloi, truo
to his nature, renewed his former
Mitlcs, and ntfaln Pllholo wns wln
ner, In tho excellent time of 1:05.
After noon Intel mission, came the
icluy race, which furnished the most
Tho Honolulu Golf Club will hold n 'lanclilnr anil thn orentput nxrllpmnnt
medal piny Suiulay next, tho 12th, at '0r the day. Mr. do Itego of Giovo
aioumuun units mis is nu "V" u IJanch won tho 1 1-2-mllo in 3:15
Next came ii one-mile runnlnc inco
between Aldlon and Defender, tho
latter ridden by Oploplo. McAullffe
lode Aidlon to victory in 1:53.
will bo held at the Midway ut 7.30
Chnrles D. Wilson, tho well known
sporting man, is to act as referee.
iwiii iff sou
flxtmes of the gulfing season, but Is
Lowered .'nainsall and 5'j, MtciU ,,lU'lubt U,U0"B ,1,u
n h n
The Walaluas defeated tho Wola
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Gentlemen's $2.60 to $3.50
.Ladies' $2.00 to $3.50
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SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
Ycc Chan & Co.,
KING AND BETHEL STS. -
ion beconi, and Melo third. Minnie
stayed at tho poll nfto several i(t-
tempts to land her Japanese lider In
to the net yard. The Japaneso rid
er of Kuln Hoy then advanced to tho
grand stand leading his steed. Mrs.
Kobayashl In a few well-chosen
words presented the winner with an
elegant purse containing $C0, nnd
the great crowd cheered both hoi so
and man for several minutes, the lid
cr acknowledging tho outbuist of en
thusiasm with low obclsamu In truo
Oriental fashion as tho donor took
her seat beaming with smiles. This
ended tho events of tho day.
Dan T. Carey's horses won tho big
gest purses during the day, and
would havo taken four times more lt
the association had more pluses to
put up. As it was his Purnell earned
S1G0, whllo his Aidlon won four
laces aggregating hi J owner S47G,
making a total earning of JC2G. Aid
lon may go to Honolulu to wrest
laurels from some ot tho town run
ners. During tho evening a grand exhi
bition of fireworks wns i;len by tho
Knhulul Kallroud 'Company at Ku-
hului liny, the rockets being tent up
from n bcow stationed In the mldd'u
ot thu bay. Laigo eiuwds fiom Wnt
I u Ku nnd I'uunene were coin eyedto
the sceno of flicworks In cars provid
ed by tho company. A social event
given at tho Kahulut residence of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kerdiunnd lions In hon
or of the Chllllngworth bos and ol i
er Honolulu visitors who ramo up to
tako In tho Kahului racos nnd tho
baseball grino at Wells' Park on Su i
day nftcrroan, enmo In ns a fitting
terminiitio i of tho colebrntlou of thu
Qlorloii3 fourth this ye.n on Maul.
LEAGUE GROUNDS '
SATURDAY, JULY 11,
KAMS vs, SAOTA CLARA
PUNS vs. KEI0
,. Admission 25c.
Reservrd Seats Grandstand 25c extra
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Auto for Hire
.MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
f FOUR COCKER SPANIELS. Thor
ouhbrcd imppies; can be seen at the
Yetsrinar? Infirmary of
?A. R. Rowai, O.V.S.
lout squaresall to ill y.
8:30 a. in. Put out boat and Itlctow
took photograph of yachtT"
10 u. m. Our old riiond tho NE
wind spuing up again much to tho
tdiFgust of tho captain, who was In
hopes of getting the wind from tho
Westwmd as wo aro now two dogri.es
.north of San Pedro.
10:30 a, m. Lowered baby lb an J
set big lb topsail.
,leeSatuiday at Walulee gronndB, by Puise 1G0. Nnnlwa won from AU-
n score of ft to i, in u game oi uaso- umc m min uuiuw into m .,i
THE FLEET PARADE
I nnd leeched a purso of $S0. A three'
iliuii ter-mllo running raco for Japan
lso hoi sea was won by the favorite
iKlko In l:2C 2-5. Minnie, ridden by
Oploplo, came In second and Vixen
'third. Mlnnlo is quite n fnst tun
i'i, but possesses all tho rhaiacteih-
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
in an automobile is just the thine.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
The fact that theio was ono Iho
mnvlni'.iilrtiirn lilfina'ler wns demon.
stralod labt evening at thu Kmnlro "' Mol "'! nilght excel the lul-
': p. in. wlnl hauled around to the Theatro when pictures wero shown of ter in point, of stubbornness it sno
south and we wero In hopc that we iho lecent big Fleet Parade In San vire n mile. Don, Traveller, and
had our fair wind at last. At 4 o'clock ' Francisco. Tho bluejackets ccitnlnly IkuIii llov next contested for honois
..,......, .-. ... . .. . ... .-..-. ...
wind named unc to itu. nsaiu.
Distance 27 knots,
Juno 12, midnight. Dead calm.
2 a. m. Light wind fropi tin soutli.
Yacht heading )".. by N , molting
throughout tho day about i knots an
3:30 p. in Wind hr ilod lift, bo set
Bquarcsall nnd raflc. '
4 p, m. Took In squat esall and raffe
us wind hauled ahead.
10 p. ni. Wind huiilin; (') couth ;ri 1
freshening. Bet squctiebaii and raftc-.
G:30 n. m. Set ftjlng otnysall. This
mane a great mpicssion uven on no ,,, n i,f.mo'dash ror ponies. Tiuv-
Santa Ilarhara wns mighty lino to look ' "fr ,,,f K,,Ia " onterc(l a l,rotcst
tit. The uianaKement Is to bo congrat. aiming a foul, which was allowed.
uluted In getting these atti active and 'I'he two horses ran ngaln at tho end
pleasing films so quickly from tho of tho afternoon's races, and ngaln
Coast. Uacli nlm Is otr 12U0 feet Travoller falily won in 02, although
long nuu no unu biiuum miss una gooii ,lllIly st01, Wlltci,c8 registered '.50.
treat. Iiinran tr.n t
Tho half-mile dash for Maul-owned
hoi sea. was won by Aldlon in the
Jnnanoso Consul Oencrnl Mlkl Salto. excellent time ot :C1. Defender 2d,
makes ten sails wo liavi set and tho accompanied by Dan Caso, former Suio Shot 3d, and Kula Uoy last.
Hawaii must ccitalnly loc fino with County Attorney of Maul, called on Purso $100.
un Sims sei anu o,u, wiii.i wo coii-n secretary Mott-Sinlth this forenoon at I Tho last raco pn the program was
CALL ON MOTT-8MITH.
get a picture At noon' todiy weio thu Uxccutlvo building. Chief Cloik
a three-clghths-milo dush for Japan'
1310 miles from Pan Pe.lr,.. Had our Uoyd Conkllng lecelved and escorted ZXZ , m , ""T!"
last plneapplo for suppor, rtnlsblng tho them into tho Secietarj'a chamber. .c-oncd hoises and ridden by Jock
last of our fresh fiult. I ,0'B fro, tho land of Nippon. Kula
Dress Up for the
TheJROSENBERG STOCK still
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.Store Open until 9 this evening
Distance CO knots.
Juno 13, midnight.
Wind very light
The Fleet Is coming,
up the City.
Let ui clean
Hoy, nftor n rest of ton minutes, won
this raco in 40 seconds, Francis Hob-