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EVENIrTO BPLLKT1N. HONOLtJt'P. T. H , SATURDAY, JULY 1$, 190?.
U.S. ARMY DRILL, 10c
B. F. EHLERS Sfc CO.,
Lurline's Captain ComesTo
Keep Dinner Engagement
Fort Street, bet- Kins? and Hotel
wv VS 733 ros
Story Of How Yachts
Started Out From
HAWAII BOYS UNHAPPY
BECAUSE WIND WENT DOWN
17 an SCO l)n II came In for a similar exchange
or courtesies. At ll.r.0 without a gun
the Wasp, Ml'chlcf I anil Ml'chlcr II
anil the Wiiim crossed tliu lino on
Hit lr stmt for the iiich to Avalon.
Treii.si 3rus Crowds
I.oi Angeles, July C When the
starting gnu wns fired nt Kan I'cdto
)cstctdiiy the four lleit, while rnlleil,
irenn luelng .vnchts crossed the line Gwendolyn Takes Lead
unild a bedlam or whittling, cheering i.mio attention wan palil to the
and cannonading that awakened the B.,vft HMe unu3 UVor)bod) was
echoes nt Point Klrinln tiu.l sent than watching the big schoOnoiH and
hack to Headman's lalatid, und the Jawll,. Wlitn the time approached
iiPtli Lea contest foi the blue ribbon tm, .llri0 as far Inshore while the
liophy of the Parlllc was on ,ltr thru, UntH Wl,,u lenr , aK
The expcelnl Jockeying mound the The I.urllne was coming nt nn appnr
darling line was llltle imuu than a ently rapid pice, running heroio the
dress pjniilu event. Tho )arlits intiv wind. Wllhln thlrt) seconds of the
( 1 lclsiitc) nhoiit the Iny, tho crevvn gun tho I.nil) Maud crossed vllh the
MEASUnC.MEWTi OF CCrAN aleit hut not active. i:cry Inch cf (Iv.tndoljn It nrtcen h rends later,
RACCRC Or TRANS-PACIFIC Handing ll-SKlng sail that wua cent close under her weather quarter.
aloft was In ihapo that gave evidence The former drew nwn rapidly ut
of the gioit prep-iratlons thit were first, hut as the brcezo died down the
!!inle hy ij-o Pacflc coast spoils- smaller )cwl quickly oeilook her
nun. The Hawaii was too far away and
At 11 o'clcck the Hawaii had her crossed at 12:01:20. The his sehoon
heavy snllrf up She Kill! lay nt nn- er I. in line, which ph)s the put of
chor off the lit titli CojU Club. The scintch hint, was down toward tho
Honolulu hiut w:m dressed In pay cluh houie. Sho crossed at !2'()3;00
bunting mid was tho target Tor all After the llrtt roa'r of cheer for
glasses Hvory liunch, sailing eraft tho i ace and the racers had died away
iml steimor down the harbor ran In attention was called to tho pretty
close to hae a good look at the hope brush hitweun the two y.n.'la. Tin
San I)h-KO boat eroase.l tho line
rhead, but the Fealtle bout waa u oil
l.urllr" l.cii'h o. a., 8" ft 1" It :
Icn:?ll w. 1, 7.1 ft.; Total o. h., 11.1' :
intlnjt, 7!l r(j rlK, schocner: beam, 21
ft.; diafl U ft. I! In , dull, Honlli Toast
Yacht Club, San redinj caijtalu and
inulKator. It. II. Slat lair; .date. V. II.
l'oole; xtiwaril. Win. JlcCann; crew,
4 paid hands.
Hawaii LeiiKtli, 70 ft. 1 'i'n ;
leiiKth w. 1., CI ft 2'j In.; Jotal o. h .
ir ft. tl m ; tatliiK, i2 ft. 2 in ; rlK,
schooner; beam, 1l ft. !l In ; draft. 7 "f the Honolulu people
It. f In.: ciub. Ilawull Yacht Chili. Ho-. Crews Cl.cer C.-eh Other,
length and to the windward of tho I.urllne. I'll keep my dinner engage
Lady Maud. The Hawaii rounded
next, with tho I.urllne rapidly over
taking her on tho port side. All four
Tho skipper looked forward dnd
glanced aloft and smiled with confl-'
l.olulu; ejptuln Mil invlt'itor. S. J. Thu l.mllno. sot In r sails up ut to the weather and ohu Hole a pari
Harris; mate, W. II. Stroud, steward, 1I:1C O'l boird Capt Sinclair's big of the I.ndy's breeze. In u few mill
I". J. Hamilton; crew, 4 paid hands. schooner thero was lc?s excitement utca tho tlapplui; of the 1'rgor boat
I.ady Mm I Length o a. 08 ft. 3 and more confidence than on nny boat hliowed her little competitor vai
In.; lem?tli w. 1. 57 ft. 11 in.; total o 'In tho lace. With iiialntnll. foiesill, drawing fiom her. Tho Owcndolju
h 10 ft. I In.; rating. C3 fi 1 In , ri; ' vi ' n'ld ? .lib rot the I.urllno mov- II closed tiio gap and forged ahead
yawl; beam U ft. C In: drart S It. cd leisurely down to tho end of tho amid it din of whlstl-s rn 1 ea.i.rns
club, San Dkgo Yacht Club; captain, I bieakwaler and turned abou' to stand Lurllne Far In Lead.
Wilbur K)le; m!gator. I.e; U. liar , Inshnie. Tho Hawaii followed her The Owrndoljn II had up r. big bal
lis; Mate. Heihert Uowlrjj; Steward and U'cndol)n II, the beautiful llttlo lonner which dien will, blio rlmi ex
Ulll Simpson; crow, volunteer )awl fiom Seattle, with tho I.ady perlniented with a trysail, w hi h was
awcndol)!! II Length o. n., 43 ftlnul. tho San Diego )nwl close bo- quickly tal.en In an, beyond p csent-
9 3-S In.; length w. 1., 4(1 ft.; total o hind also took a trip out toward tho lug a giotesque appearance, It was of breakwater Tho Herald dispatch bo it
h., S ft 9 3 1 In ; ratine 41 ft. 4 U-lG'tturtlng line. The baaU nu.icuveied no value. Tho Lady Man l'l ciew lei- which had run awa from tho rest of
In.; rig, )awtr beam 13 ft. G In.;' diuft, nbauLot the outer line a lew mlnutia su.oly broke out a topsail tint lOiked the licet, overhauled tlto Luilliio.
7 ft. i! In; cluh, Klllott Uay Yacht and then started In. At 11:30 the Ilko It would I n of much ass, si nco In "Any message to Los Augcle3 and
Club, l'uget Sound; captain. Dean II. four contestants canio cobo together, the light win 1. vhlch was ,ni ! over Honolulu people! Yes, have The
Johnson; unvlg-itor, Jos. Huilfcrn; The Lurline's eiow lined Up on tho htr starboard qu rler. The will puck- Herald tell Los Angeles people wo
male, Dean II. Johnson; stovard, LM. port sldo and led by Capt. Sinclair eied a bit at tl " point near th main- aro going to win tho cup. Tho Los
Hussell; crew, volunteer. wave three roilslng chceis for the Ha- call galT, but It had a biislnnt, liok. Angeles boat and crew will bring
TIME ALLOWANCE. wall. The Honolulu bos quickly red- When tho two yawls romnVd tho homo tho bhio ribbon. An for Hono-
I.urllno allows: Hrs. Mln.Sec. ponded and Bnapped out a tiger for rod flag and started for tho soit'ierly lulu, tell m friends thero 1 will be
Lmly Maud 8 9 57.C their big adversary and her ga'Iant end of Banta Cataliiu It land tho on tho schedule; put tho kettle on tho
Hawaii 8 37 30 0 crew. Tho Lady Maud and wondo-Qwendol.vn was In tho lead bv ono flro and go and take a look for tho
boats were now within tho space of a denco and satlsfactlion. The haiidl-j
fouracro patch. cap Is a big one, but the weather ,w 111 '
On the long reach, cloo hauled, tho tc" llie tn,e I
)achts soon scattered out and took1 Alongside tho dwcmlohn II, Cap
tho positions r(lthi thai they held lain Bean 1). Johnson gavo tho wheel
until they pasr'd fiom view of tho l" NavlKntor Joe Itedfern and camo
Herald's fast dlspatrh boit, Hinnia lo "1" ral1, I
IL.twcnty mll'S nt t,ea Tho I.urllno ' Thank8 Sou,h Coa,t club- .
forged ahead and, barring accidents,, "Tli:"! South coast )nclitsincii,
tho oilier )achts will not overtako tier San I'Cl1"1 h' "ml all Los Angeiis
until they rcacli Hoiiolulu harbor.jf"r t,le na ,ht'' llav-' Heated and en
Slio mny not bo the winner a" Hint. tertalnetl us. Send a mpsmgo to our'
The (lwendolyii II drew away bom K'"Mo at Seattle Jun t-ll them
the Lady Muud mid vvnrkud over lo v,oro "cto," said the captain, while
the wlndwanl of the otho bents Tlie!""-' cruw '"oked at the wide itietch1
Wind was blowing about twelve knotsjof a,pr l'Ctoen the Seattle )ar.l
from u point about wnt by noith.l t,ml tn0 "aw all and the pride of San'
which made t'.iu couise ti tho south-i IloK" and laughed honrtll
tily end of Cataliiu nn easv ono fori "We'ie lieio becaute we're here.
Hie erows. They simply set all tlioa'"' ,,"lt',, "ccauso wo can lieat them
cloth they had sticks for and lighted "" lf they trul ,,,m " "r wlglit
their pipes With a pull in sheets! T,' '-"rllnt Is ellmblng some, but sho
no.v and then, tho readjustment of a"a "ot ''"'"t ' nn Inch under llie
Hi Hall or making a line taut lieie nndnalul,ca, To" Seattle folks wo Invo
there, was all there was for tho' ,,lKn ,,l)0" of winning tho race. i:i.(
crews. Tho mci made the niost of "n,t Da5' Ynrllt elub men should see
the fair weather, the smiles of tho i "H VMtiug It over Honolulu and San
fair women on the excursion fleet and nlt'eo. We ma) do that to Lo Ange- '
les, too. our lovo to tho folk: at
The crew of tho sturdy )awl hi) '
along the rail singing thlnss about
recalled a dinner i ngagimiem ho haa i Nancy Leo and chucking an liuagln
In Honolulu Jul) 12. He ordeied theory towllno to tho boats belil.ul. I
American ensign suit aloft, hauled ill! Caiitaln K)lc of the Lady .Maul
his malnshcct nnd started In earnest had little to say. "San Dclgo knows
for Honolulu. i about how this Is. Tills breeru Is too
At 12:31 tho boats were headed ' soft Tor our liking. Tho ilavs outclde
nearly due ninth, with the wind frejh-. will tell the slorv Wo won't 1u list."
enlng to u fourteen knot clip Tim I Tho clew of the Hawaii sat llstlefj
ctnnnel was smooth and up to this ly about tho deck. They looked
iln.e Ecuicoiy n wlilttcap, v.as seen on ahead nt the disappearing Lurllne.
tho hluo waters. j but said little The) too believe the
Tin eo miles of blue water danced In! "K,lt wwllllur W H Owendoljii II
tho sun between the Lurllne and the ller nl'-w "The race hasn't be
Havvall ut 1 o'clock Tho Gwendolyn p"" ,',' H,M Cl,l,,al "arris, facing
II was a mile hack, but i..-i tllv ni. ,Iu' freshening bieeze. "When wo
' --...., ..... .
the cluers of tho men
Starts for Honolulu,
At 12:22 Captain Sinclair suddenly
rooting her nearest competitor, the
Lady Maud, a mile to the tear. Tho
Hawaii was half n mile hack ot tho
San Diego boat, but seemed to bo
holding her position
About fifteen mlhs out from tho
some seagoing weather things
may he a bit different " Norman
(Jack) Denchnm was doing stunts to
iilniiso tho crew. Things will hot get
dull on board the Honolulu boat v.hllo
this lively Angeleuo is on board.
This evening Jack Scull) s big box
ing shows at Independence Hall nio
on. Ho has Young Nelson and Dix
on the 1'leet Blgncd up for his main
go, n 10-round event. And ho has
some classy preliminaries.
Nelson Is among the best known
of tho local scrappers; a fellow who
has tho Etii)lng powers ntid the In
domltnblo will of the tliio pug. Dixon
has a icputatlnn which looms largo
before htm, and which will probably
secure him backers as ho steps Into
the ring till.) evening. Ho Is a col
oi ed boxer of speed and assurance,
who can hand out packages along
with almost any man of tils weight.
Young Sharkey and Wnhllniil, who
furnished a slashing preliminary the
last time Jack gavo ono of his shows,
will be in tho lopes ngaln this even
ing. And there is to ho a curtain-raiser
between two men whom Scully wes
securing this morning.
Independence Hall Is a hard pluco
to beat, and tho excellent shows
which we're put up theio recently
have made It a place to which tho
light fans aro sure to rally, provIdeJ
the! o is any sort of a card.
And tills card is ono which Is real
PACIFIC FLFjf ORDERS
Orders for tho Pacific Fleet .which
Is to arilvu hero In the fall, were ic
celved )osterday by tho Tcn)o Mam
They woio: Tho fleet of 11 ships Is
to sail from San rinnclsco In August,
to arrlvo here September 2, remaining
lieio 10 da)s and then going on to
I'ngo I'ago The fleet will como back
by this place, sta)lng a few da)s, and
then proceed to tho Pacific Coast.
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LONDON, Kng., July 17. In tho
tug-of-vvur, tho Americans protested
against tho uso of heavy shoes by tho
English team, their own having been
disallowed. Tho Americans left tho
MAUNA KEA CARGO.
Ono hnrbc, 2 (rates turkc)s, 4 boxes
chickens, 0 huge coffeo, 7 barrels tal
low, 9 cratos celery, 10 bunches ba
nanas, 12 birrels empty bottles, 111
empty kegs, It! packages vegetables,
22 hags taro, 73 hags cabhago, lCii
ON BOARD THE SHIPS
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Same in Misses' Shoes, in sizes from 11 to 2, and also
in Russet 3-bolc tics, tamo stees, $2.00 and ?2.50.
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