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EVBNINO DDLLHTIN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY, JULY l$,miiCT7tT
ENLISTED MEN OH THE MINNESOTA FIXING UP PREPARATORY TO OOING ASHORE AND MEN OF BATTLESHIP GEORGIA IN THE DAL
LY GRIND OF WASHINO DOWN DECKS
LURLINE HERE FIRST
(Continued from P?ce 1)
meet licr. Those In this p.uty wore:
Harry Hotli, Wnltcr Mncfarhine, C.
T. Wilder, O. Sinenson, (3. It. I'ra
zler, II. Hojcroft, Sam Lylc, and J
Ab soon ns bIio camo nlongiddo tlio
Sorcnson wharf, (tyl. Sam l'ailter and
L. A. Thurston paid her a lslt,
shaking hands cordially nml ex
changing courtesies with Captain
Tlio U. S. S. l'anthor was going out
of tlio hailior ns tlio Lurltnu c.imu In,
and gnvo her Jlw hlasts of the this
tle. A largo crowd had lollcitcd on
the watcrfiont to boo thu nicer to
Secretary Mott-Smith nnd Lloyd
Conkling, with 11 H 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 lopiosen
tatlvc, wont out on tho riuarantlno
launch, and camo aboard tho yacht
at thu special Invitation of Captain
The log of tho Lurllno la an fol
lows: LOO OF SCHOONnit YACHT LUIt
LINE FHOM SAN I'UDKO TO
SECOND TUANS-l'ACIFIO OCEAN
Entries: Schr. Hawaii, Hawaii
Yacht Club; yawl Gwendolyn II, El
liott -Hay Y. C; yawl Lady Maud,
San Diego Y. C: schr. Lurllnc, South
Coast Y. C
Yachts crossed starting lino In out
er harbor S.m l'edro as follows:
Gwendolyn II, Lady Maud, Hawaii,
Lurllnc, at noon, July 4th, 1008.
On rounding stnlicboat, 1 1-2 miles
from start, wo passed Hawaii going
tin (infill her lee, and crossing bows
to windward. Wind If, miles per
hour, sea smooth. In half-hour from
start wo wcro ahead of all contest
ants. Wind very light all nftcmoon; car
ried balloon Jib and No. 2. Main
topmast staysail after 3 p. m. At
daYk wo wero slightly in tho lead;
Lady Maud second; Gwendolyn third;
Hawaii last. Calm with light, vari
able nhs all night.
JULY 5th, 1908 At daylight Lady
Maud slightly In lead to west of us.
Gwendolyn to eastward. Hawaii not
in sight. Calm, varied with light,
baffling airs alt moining. 10:30 n.
m., yacht Skladblndnlr, under power,
camo alongsldo and Mr. Gnrlmtt kind
Jy took letters for us. Said they
could see nothing of Hawaii. 3:10
p. m S.W. end of S.m Clemento Isl
and, bearing N. 1-2 N. 10 miles
made, but 05 miles slnco start yes
terday. Wind 8.W., moderate.
JULY 0th, 3: 10 p. m. to JULY Cth,
noon Winds west to W.-N.W., mod
crato boil smooth, currying balloon
Jib and.No. 2 main topmast staysail
during most of day. Hun S.W. by S.
1-2 S. 130 miles. I.at. 30: 1C N., Lou
JULY Cth noon to July 7th noon
Winds light and puffy, sky cloudy;
Bjmo sail ns yestorday. Hun S.W.
1-4 W. 113 miles. Lat. 29:12 N.,
Long. 121:27 W.
JULY 7th noon to July Sth noon j
Wind W.-N.W., niodornto breeze, sky
cloudy. 9 p. m., carried away bal
loon Jib; bet No. 2 Jib topsail; set
No. lbtaysall; run S.W. 1-2 AY. 172
miles. Lat. 27:17 N., Long. 123 :G3
JULY Sth noon to July 9th noon
Wind N.-N.W., moderate breezo, mod
crate bea, sky cloudy; wind stoady;
carrying all plain balls; no balloon
satis. Itun S. W.-W. ISO miles. Lat.
25:39 N Long. 120:42 W.
JULY 9th noon to July 10th noon
Wind hauled to N.E., took In Jib top
Ball and main topmast btaysall In
evening, as wind too far aft, but set
them again during night, wind hav
ing gono to N.-N.E. Light squalls,
4 n. m., carried away main gaff top
sail sheot, rovo new ono. 10:30 a.m..
took In Jib topsail and stnjsall uud
Bot spinnaker. Wind N.H. Itun S.W.
by W. 3-4 W. ISC miles. Lat. 21:20
N., Long. 129;G.O W.
JULY 10th noon to July 11th noon
,11 LY 11th noon to July 12th noon
Hid moderate. t.c.i same, light show
111 dining hitler part of day. Itun
V. 1-2 H. 18S miles. Lat. 23:13 N.,
Long. 130:. 12 W.
JULY 12th noon to July 13th noon
Wind N.E. frenhPi', weather clearing.
Itun N. 1-2 S. 225 miles. Lat. 22: IS
N Long. 140:35 N.
JULY 13th noon to July 11th noon
Wind l.'.-N.E. to E. by N., flesh sea
rising, weather loudy. In latter
half of day wind E. by N. too far
eastwiud to lay our uniito of W. 1-2
S which 1 linil hoped to carry tip to
Mnkapiiii Head. U1111 W. 220 miles.
Lat. 22:58 N., Long. 114:32 W.
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If . THE A
JULY Hlh noon to July ir.th noon Tll0 nw,umiccm(,nt s mn,io that tho
Wind nrylng from L'.-N.E. to E. by , wonucrrni musical organization known
s. sea rising; nm disappointed .at
llndlng the wind so far to eastward.
Itun W. 195 miles. Lat. 22:57 N.,
Long. 14S:06 W.
JI'LY 15th noon to July ICth noon
Fresh bieczc, cross sen, weather clear.
Wind dead aft. Spinnaker and main
sajlj being only sails doing any work.
Considerable tea running, causing us
to roll wind out of sails. Wind E.
by N. to E. by S. Hun W. 1-2 N. 175
miles. Lat. 23:17 N., Long. 151:11
JULY ICth noon to July 17th noon
Winds baffling and lighter, weather
cloudy. Hno been expecting wind
to haul to northward for past two
days, but at 1:30 p. 111. ICth Jibed to
port tack first tlmo slnco leaving San
Clcmcntc on the 5th, a distance, sail
ed on stnrboard tack of 2010 miles.
Itun W.-S.W. 205 miles. Lat. 21:53
N., Long. 154:32 W.
as "Tho Kilties" w III pass through
hero per S. S. Maramn, bound for
Australia, on 1'ilday noxt. Whllo the
cssol IS In port there will be two 0011
corts given at tho Hawaiian Opera
IloiiKc. under tho auspices of tho
local Scottish Thistle Club, and under
tho management of Cohen and l.uni
world and hao 01 1. il In all tho
lnige cities of Hun , ii Jtlng a fur
r,ro wherover thoy w
In addition to Hi. h t.i.I of 12 solo
musicians they hau- n mcil choir of
iIMvpii to twenty iiilces inul the
Clan Johnson tio.ipo of S-'colch Nil
Aim In connection wlih tho band
Is Albeit Johnson, the champion big
piper. of tho world mid bis tioupo of
Itojnl Scotch I'lpi'is
Their uniforms nro Hie Scotch plaid
kilts which glo ill- tiiiiitl n beautiful
and dazzling appeal :iu-
Upon tho arrival of tlio stcimer
they will give a pani.P anil headed by
two drum majors, 1 u-b giants owr
M'U'ii feet tall, tin 1 will marih
thioiigh tho straits of Honolulu 011
ley, who hao put up a guarantee of
$1000 to Induce tlio band to glvo tho their way to tho 0ia House,
concerts. Tho salo ot scats Is now on Wall,
"Tho Kilties" nro on a tour of the Nichols Co.
Following Is tho Democratic tariff
Wo welcomo tho belated promlso of
tin Iff reform now offered by tho Re
publican party In tardy lccognltlou
of thq ilghtcousnoss ot tho Demo
cratic position on this question; but
thu people cannot safely Intrust tho
execution of this important work to
il party which Is so deeply obligated
to tho highly protected interests ns
Is the Republican patty. Wo call at
tention to tho hlguincant fact that
tho promised relief was postponed
until after tho aiming election nn
election to succeed In which tho Re
publican paity must havo that same
support from tho beneficiaries ot tho
high piotcctlvo tariff ns It has nhvays
heretofore, received from thorn; nn.l
to tho further fact that during eais
of uninterrupted power no action
whatovor has bon taken by tho Re
publican Congress to correct tho ad
ililttedly existing tariff Iniquities.
Wo favor Immediate revision of tho
tariff by llio reduction of Import du
ties. Articles entering Into competi
tion wllh trust-controlled products
.hoiild bo placed upon tho freu list,
liuulo In tho tariff upon tho neces
saries of life, especially upon articles
competing with such American lnnnu
faetmes as aro sold abroad moro
cheaply than at homo; nnd graduated
1 eductions bhould bo mado In such
other schedules ns may bo lioccssary
to lcstoio tho tariff to a 1 rovenuo
Existing duties havo given tho
mnuiifactuioiH of paper a shelter be
hind whh h they organized combina
tions to 1 also tho prlco of pulp nnd of
papor, thus Imposing u tax upon tho
Hpienil of knowledge.
Wo demand tho Immedlato icpcul
of tho tariff on wood pulp, print pa
per, lumber, timber and logs and Unit
these ni tides bo placed upon tho fieo
Wo favor tho application of prin
ciples of 'tho land laws of tho United
States to our nowly acqulied Teul-
lory, Hawaii, to tho end that tho pub
He lands of that Torrltory may be
held nnd utilized for tho heucllt of
b'onn fldo homesteaders.
A small blaze In a cottage on l.llihn
ftreet above Vineyard called out tho
flro department at about 1 o'clock, this
nfternoon. The llro wns staitod by
tho ocihentlng of a loo pipe, which
caused tho roof to catch flic. Tlio
blnzo was quickly extinguished, nnd
beond n holo In tho loof and sonio
d.imago ilono by water no great harm
was done. Tho owner of tho liouso Is
Fred Johnson, and tho occupant I'etc-r
(Continued from Pace 1)
Lemon walks nnd was caught out
playing off first. McKonzIo Hies out
to second. Hill Ynnunttti Is out Hlioil
ttop to II rat.
Aim la full dlinrlRtmi In llrut Ml1l!l-
kninl Is out bv Urtuc ot the net that
ho swatted fruitlessly tin 00 tlmoi.
Hlgo was thiown out at fltst.
HamauKu files out to tho shortstop
Jones gets a single over second, nn I
Ross giounds to shoitstop, Jones be
lug put out ut ELCoud uud Ross safo
on a fielder's choice. Fern stiolled.
Ross goes to hccond. Lota gioundj
to 1-ukiida, who rumbled, but thu lull
Is itcovered nnd Lota Is thrown out
"Very pretty. Indeed," cried tho la
dles In tho stand Tin- tho grand,
Osashl beats out a slow lino to first.
Sasaki lllcs out to. second. Sasaki
takes Osashl's pluco to 11111 for him.
Tnknhama sacilllees and StisiM
comes homo on an overthrow from
Jones. Fukiida is out pitcher to Ilrst.
Miller strikes out. Lemon walks.
.McKenzIo snciillees I.onion to second.
Hill Yunmittn Is out short to Ilrst.
Knnkl Is out short to Ilrst. Koj.a Is
nut nt Ilrst Abo flies out to pitcher.
Hnmniikii Is out short to Hist. Jones
files out to loft Held, Ross files out to
Murakami gets a slnglo over .sec
ond. Hlgo hunts to pitcher, Mura
kami being cuugh't out at second. Oli.i-
blslil sacrifices Illgo to tecond. Sa
wikl hits over Bocond and brings Illgo
homo, and Sasaki takes Ihljd on 11
pass ball. Takahama stilkes.
Fern wulks. Lota giounds to sec
ond baseman and Forn Is put out at
pecond. Miller gets a eluglo
Today tho ortleord nnd men of tho
U. S. S. Nebraska ni'o rejoicing over
11 partial lifting of tho quarantine
which has existed, letting homo of
them got ashoio, for tho first tlmo
f Inco their boat Toft San Frnnclsco In
a fctern chase of tho Fleet. Somo of
them havo been nshnro on (uaran
tine Island, hut not In tho town.
Sick from Ibis vessel weio taken
over at om u 011 .iirlvnl to tho hos
pltnl ship Ri-lh-f, uud tho woik of
fumigating tin- big battleship was
begun. It Is --till In progress, but Is
nearly complete now. Meanwhile,
tho Nebraska Mrs In tho stream with
n yellow Hag at tho foioynul.
left-field lino, advancing Lota to sec
FIFTEEN YEAR LEASE
Tho Democratic Central Commlltco
held a meeting vestcrdny at which It
was deddod. owing to somo misunder
standings which had nrlscn .ih to the
Interpretation of tho now rules, to Is
suo a call for tho picclnct elections
On' this Island tho nominations will be
mado next Frldav nml tho elections
tho following Friday, whllo on tho oth
or Islands the nomination meetings
will bo held 011 Tuesday, July 28, ami
llio elections tho following Tuesday.
Tho Central Committee In tho last
mall to tho Const sent somo 111010 of
tho laud law petitions to Sccretaiy
Garfield. So far 2S&9 blgnaturos have
heen sent nwuy, most of which aro
from tho other Islands, In addition to
tho printed petitions which wero sent
out, sovural wiltten petitions hnvn
been returned. All of theso contain n
seveio cilllelsm of tlio new fifteen
nlonsi01"' 'cilso law.
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