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From San Franclico:
The Bulletin VacalKn'Trip
Flan remains open all this jiir. Any
person mav start any time to win an
outing with fare 'and all exposes
No names published. 1H
contest. Just a little feasant
l.urllno July 15
Tor San Francisco:
Amerltu Mnru July 7
Mamma July 21
Aorangl July 22
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VOL. X. NO. 4056
14 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HA WAD, SATURDAY. JULY J8 1908-14 PAGES
PRICE 5 CENTS
YACHT HAS CHANCE TO
JAPANESE TEAM PLAYS WINNING BALL
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TRANS-PACIFIC RACE RACE 1908
Finish Honolulu, July 18 0 31 43 1-2 a. m.
Start Snn Pedro, July 4th 12 00 00 noon.
13 days, 21 hours, 31 minutes, 43 1-2 seconds
This means that if the Hawaii gets here by ID 1-2 minutes
past 0 o'clock this evening, she will win. The Lady Maud must
be in by 5:45, and the Gwendolyn by 3 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing to make first, according to the official handicaps. These are:
lady Maud 8h. 9m. 59.76s.
Hauaii 8h. 37m. 30.00s.
Gwendolyn 17h. 30m. 50.35s.
1'lrst In cross lliu linn In tlio Sec
ond Tiuns-l'nfllle Yacht Knee, the
sehoo.ior-ynidit l.urllno. Captain Sin
clair, South Co.ut Yiulit Club entry
In I lie event, nrilved oft Diamond
Hiuil :t !i:31.4:t'6 o'clock. UiN morning
(U'.ut anil white, and bright iih n new
liln. At a Tow minutes past 8 tt long
blast of llio whistle, followed by u
uhoit one (old that the boat which
won the rao year hoforo last was In
sight on the eastern horizon. And
tliu niLu K hcrH, unlesa the Ijidy
Maud nrihen beforo 4S minutes past
Ti this afternoon, or the. Hawaii be
fore 11) 1-2 minutes past I!, or the
(vvcudnljn II lii-foro 5 1-2 mtnulcs
past ?, o'clock tomorrow morning. Her
limn was figured Immcillatcly after
arrival this morning at I" days, 21
bonis, and .11 minutes.
She hud an uiieentfiil voyngo
dim. i. 1'ioiu the tlmo Bho lost sight
of tile I.ady Maud, Sunday, she has
not teen a hall, until two sampans
vwrojplrked up this morning. Winds
have Lrcu light anil b.iffllng until the,
last two or three days. Tlio longest
iI.ij'h i un was 225 miles, on tho 13th,
and tho shoilest 55 miles, mado on
tho Hist d.i) out of port. Tho short
et distance, (ovcreil in any two das
was the first two out, tho nth and
A reporter whom Captain Carter
sttted that ho Intended to attend to
si)8 ho vv:ib nrdeicd nut of Cnptaln
Caller's nfllco this , morning by .ho
Captain Tlio reporter wont to Car
ter to ask It t 111 questions. Tho Cap
I tin did not bit him, desplto tho fact
' The man who goes into a store and says, "I want a
shirt," needs to lcarn something j and he'll pay for tho
For'thc man who knows Shirt-Quality,
shirts stand for the belt
? - liglements with us. as our lawyers are " ' " Ml"ft n..XT I 4 J I HA I N I 7VM WtMl ! A M
We have a large new assortment of these shirts on dis
play handsome, tasty ones.
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nth, when she in.nle only 1UO miles.
In the Trades
In the hiKt few iI.ijb sho tins been
in the trades, whcie they nio coming
light ulotig, and lias miulu better
time on this account. In fact, the
last day, yesterday, was the most ox
r It luir thev hnn hud. About noon.
the wind was ho fresh that It was w"8 aautr.iay iiigni, wnc n u.o lo
ncccssary lo take In the gaff top- tHl '"'.U was lost astern In tha dark,
sails. Thero were- squalls, with rain, sllu wa" "ot " ' p M,,n Sunday morn
but tho acht mado famous time. In '" Tlio I.ady Maud and the Owen
fact, It Is calculated thnt,.wttli.n.qly dol" werc ?ecn n,,,orn "" day Sun
lower sails set. sho made ns much us ,ln' uf' -'m together. At night
12 mid 13 knots nn hour at times ""'- weio lost, and liovo not again
jesterday. About 10 last night, tlio Uecn Rcci-
spinnaker clew was carried awny. Wor'1 wnB brought, hovevor, by
Ono bundled and CC miles had been "n "f thp tendorn, tliut tlio Hiwuil
inuilo un to this iiiornlnir nt 4 o'clock. '
ss-SS. BJJS erv.'s: a
nrt Diamond Head, which marlvHj tho
"I nui glad to bo, hero Hist, ot
course," tald Captain Sinclair this
morning, after thu yacht was In tho
hnrbor. "(Jhid to bo back with old
and to havo come in the!
"No! wo certainly woio not over
confident of coming In tho lead. Tho
first question wo asked thoso on tho
Iniincb was how iiiany of tho otheis
were lieto. Wo really wero very much
that ho hnd promised on a former oc
caslon to attend to this p-iillcul.ir
man, Tho question put by lhorcpoit
or, uccoidlug to his story, was wheth
er tho Iinquols hnd gono ashore. Cap
tain Carter was In a dignified, not
fighting mood. According to tho state
ment of tlio leportcr tlio Captain did
lint oven msiko a pass at him. Ha
was told to leave nml ho loft. Ciller
did lint follow him.
Bros., and Cluett
that there is, and he won't take
on the anxious (.cat.
"Chances were, 1 believe, nliout
equal The handicaps npiicaicd to
lie very fair, n ml no one bad any np-'
patent lead In this thing.
"We had u like dip all through,
though the winds were n little light.
We didn't hnvo much of an opportu
nity to demonstrate what we tan do
nt hen, as wo ciiiountoied continually
light winds and raluis.
Better Winds Before
"Two years ngo, we had very
stiong winds off the California roast
to give us u good start. Hut this
time they fell down on us. Wo mado
only 190 miles the first two dnvs.
"Tlio reception given U3 hero Is
royal. The livnplc of Hawaii, and
the men of the Hawaiian Yacht Club,
have no pecis its hosts and' I'.nlngo
nlsts, winners or loseis."
Hawaii to Icsward
Tlio last thing which wa i seen by
j the men on the I.ut line of the Hawaii
TO PAY OUT $5000 ,
Marshal Hendry recclu'cl word
some tlmo ago from tho Peptrncnt Toshl nml nlno of her Jupancsa wo
of Jiistlco that ho would soon havo men fiom Ivvllel for u writ of habeas
tho money necessary to i ay in all corpus, tlio attorneys for tho petition
expenses ngalnst tho departum!', ami ers appeared beforo Judgo Do Dolt
bo-expected li ut onco by cililo. How
over, It did n-it conio until this morn
ing, when ho received It II' rough tho
mall. Ho hasi now ssoon villi which
ho will pay till tho dues nscln ,t thu
department, and ho stated this morn
ing that ho hoped over) ono would
come, to his offlco ns soon ns possible.
lo get "whut was coining."
CANNOT JiOTO HILO
Admiral Spcrry states that It will
bo impossible to send,. nny of the shlpj
of the fleet to llllo. Ho has aim had
lo decline lo take tho fleet past llllo
when sho leaves owing to tlio fact that
It has to make a certain tlmo to Aus
tralia lu oidcr to keep ceitnln definite
engagements which havu becn entered
Into with the nutlmrltles there.
Wc manage Estates for those who
are not experienced in this special
Our large corporation, well capi
talized, and composed of men experi
enced in all branches of business, is
'I rm. .- j ,. , IIVIIIlJIVI kJ . , mi - 1 1
i. Ancle is no uumier oi letrai enian- ... . -ntiiim rim i.inin . n t m Jen
always consulted upon every doubtful r- x-A; t- VI Uu lUee LIU. I iie-ieem .wJ9 (Am vk
Iliad stood off to leewurd Another
tender was sent to windward to look i
for Captnln llnrtls nnd tils boit. and I
returned without II inline him. This
went tn piove that lie had actually
gone off to leeward.
The Dnvs' Tuns
The distance made each day by the
I.iii line Is given ns follows In the of
July fi. r..r, miles; July Cth, 135
miles; July 7th, 1111 miles; July Mil,
172 mlloj; July Utli, 180 miles; July
Hub, 18fi miles; July 1 1 tit. 187
miles; July 12th, IKK miles, July
13th, 22f miles; Jul) llth, 220
miles; July 1Mb, 195 mlltti, July
HHIi, 17." miles; July 17th, 205
The Ship's Company
Those on board tho I.urllnn nro:
Captain Sinclair, M, Snvuge, IMwaril
J. I'yle, and V. II. Stewart, secretary
ot tho Trans-Pacific Yacht Commit
tee, besides tlio mate, I'oole, and tt
crew of seven.
Messrs. I'ylo unit Snv.ige aro not
connected with tho yncht club, but
nro prominent I.os Angelas men, trav
eling lis the. frlenda of ''iptaln Sln
Llalr. As soon as tho whlstlo sounded
this morning, the yacht committee,
with others, went out In a launch to
(Continued on Fage 3)
DE BOLT ISSUES
HABEAS CORPUS WRIT
In tho matter of tho application of
this morning and moved that tho pe
titioners bo dismissed. Tho order was
issued by thu Judge Tho women
wero arrested yesterday afternoon,
and $1000 ball was asked by tho Shop
iff. That this was excessive and ex
orbitant was tho claim mndo by tho
petitioners. Last night Judgo Da Holt
allowed them to go free on 1100 ball.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 18.
SUGAR: Beets, 88 analysis, Us.
7 l-2d. Farity, 4.46 cents. Previous
quotation, lis. 3d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 17.
SUGAR: 88 analysis Beets, Us. 3d.
Parity, 4.37 cents. Previous quota
tion, lis. 21-4d.
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BALL ON MONDAY
FOR ENLISTED MEN;
Wultcr Dillingham nml Horry
f Macfarlane lire making arrange- 4
inenl for n ball for tlio enlisted s
f men of tho Meet at the Seaside
on Monday evening. The ball
-f will open at 8 o'clock and It Is
hoicd that a large nttendanco of
f tho Honolulu pcoplu will bo on
f hand to give the bojs u Jolly -f
evening. The music for tho men
will be the same as for the offl-
cers, tho Illuminations will ho tho
4 saiuo and everything will bo
identical except that no chargo
will be made to anyono. Tho ball
is freo to tlio men and to tho
townspeople. A cordial Invlta-
Hon Is extended to nil. Thero
-f will bo no formal reception. Just tr
f n dance nml a good time.
Old Schmidt Premises
Scene of Gay
Tho Hawaiian fair and luau which
Is being given this afternoon on tho
old Schmidt place on lteretanla
street, under tlio management ot
Miss Lucy i'cabody, is a great suc
cess. Tho tents covering tho Hawaii
an and tho foreign tables on tho
grounds aro boautltully decorated
with ferns and othor attractive trop
ical greens, Tho American nml Ha
waiian flags nro tonsplcuoiis, Tho
Hawaiian tables, numbering six In
all, aro nhly looked after by ladles
who understand their business. No.
1 tabic Is In chargo of Mrs. Wm. Auld
who Is assisted by a number ot young
Indies, No. 2 tablo Is superintended
by Mrs. Robert Boyd. Tho decora
tions of this tablo nro tho lllma nnd
malic lets. No. 3 table, which Is dec
orated with vcllow crysanthomums
nnd ferns, Is managed by Mrs. C. S.
Holloway and Miss Mary Stillman.
(Continued on Fate 2)
f Tho committee In chargo of
tho trips to I'earl Hnrbor Mato
4- that owing to tho limited accom-
-f modatlons it will ho Impossible
f for them to tnku women anil
children along with tho sight-
S.S. LIMINE, JULY 28
ALLIGATOR PEARS, PINEAPPLES,
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
Bursting Steam Pipe
Claims Mere Men
CLETELAND, Olu'o, July 18. A
naval training steamer Hank injured
today. Engineer Taylor will probaalv
NORFOLK, Va., July
coal for the Fleet.
ALL-BRITISH DAY IN
LONDON, England, July 18. The 1200-meter steeplechase was
won by Russell, the 200-meter swimming race by Holman, the 500-meter
cycle race by Jones, and the 5-mih race, flat, by Voight. The winners
were all British.
ASSASSIN TAKES LIFE OF 0SMAN PASHA
SALONICA, July 18.-
FORTY MORE. SAVED
MANILA, P. I., July 18. Forty more passenjers from the
wrecked in a typhoon have been saved,
i mmm e -
THOUSANDS DEAD IN FLOODS
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Julv
been killed in the floods of Asia Minor.
Soore by Inn. 12 3
Miller (lies out to left flold. I .onion
wnlks. McKcnzle Is out from pltdir
er to first. Vnnnattn Rets a two-luK-(tcr
to left, scoring Lemon, llaiuiuiku
is nut from third to first.
Sasaki is out from pitcher In first.
Takahama walks. Kukiidn lllos out
to tho pitcher nnd Takahama Is
caught playing off first.
Jones gets u two-bagger to left
flold. Ross flics out on a
third. Kern gets a single over bccoiiiI
scoring Jones. I.ota gets a slnglo
to left, sending Kern to second. Mc
Kcnzle grounds to third,
was thrown out at second. I.omou Is
out second to first.
Knnkt gets a home-run to deep ccn-l
tcr field, hut It was not allowed he
causo ho did not touch first baso, Kn
jama Is nafo on first on Jones' error.
Knnkt running for Koyuniti, steals
second. Abo Is out from pitcher to
Kukttda goes In tho box and Sasaki
'changes to short. McKcuzIo 1b out.
pitcher tn first unit Dill Vnnnntta Is
lilt by a pitched ball and Is given his
BOYS OF THE NAVY! J
bunting steam pipe on board the
several of the cnt;ine-room force
collier Strathyre has left here with
Fasha has becn assassinated.
18. Two thousand persons
4 5 6 7 8 9 Tl.
lmxo. Ilamniik.i strikes out. Jones
lllgo Is out from third to first.
Osushl Is out pitcher to first. Sasaki
Is out shortstop to first.
Iloss gets n ulnglo nloug tho right
field line. Fern strikes out. ltoss
goes to seconil on it passed hall. Io
ta grouudu to tho pitcher and ltoss is
caught out on thu Una between second
and third and lxita Is safo on 11 field-
l choice. Miller ('Mined tho nlr.Ta-
nuiiuiiiu iiuiiiH otu uum. ivauKi nuu
KKukucIa both sacrificed, advancing
Takahaum to third, and Koroma files
out to V!IchiT
(Continued on Pagt 3)
Thu Rensldu Hotel will give ono of
Us popular dances tonight, to which
all friends of tho hotel, nil Naval men
In tho city, nnd strangers from every
where nro cordially Invited. Tho same
beautiful decorations, which added so
much to tho pleasure of tho ball last
night, will bo In placo for tonlght'u