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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY. JULY 20. 1803.
awaii" Loses In a
Close Finish of Race
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"I novo more faith than cy
er In the Hawaii. They heat
us at the start. Tor 1G0 miles
we hail no wind, unit the oth
eis were nailing on tholr stam
ping croutul. If wo hail hntl a
wind, wo would hnvo kIvcii the
I.urllno a rub for tho nip. As
It was vn drifted down heie.
Any yacht In tho harbor might
hae tailed ns fast as wo In the
uurfs of wind which we had."
from statement mado thl.1
morning by Captain Harris of
the defeated yacht Hawaii:
TIib Second Tinns-I'nclllc Yarlit
Race Is pan. With all the craft flu
itdilng within "0 lioiirH, tho I.urllno
to the Rtmd, and the Hawaii, the hope
Baw the Hawaii Saturday night to
leewnrd. On tho 7th she saw tho
l.ady Maud go off also to Icoward and
from that time salted alone.
Tho sailing record she mado Bhows
her steady pace. It Is: July Cth, 4G
miles; July Gth, 127 miles; July 7th,
1.11 miles; July Sth, ir7 miles; July
9th, 183 miles; July 10th, isn miles;
July 11th, 175 miles; July 12th, 100
miles; July 13th, 1D1 miles; July
Hth, 180 miles; July 15th, 179
miles; and July ICtli, 194 miles. He
jbnd this her log Is not written.
She was built by I,. II. Johnston
nuil Dean V. Johnston, two Scattlo
bo s, who aro with her now, nnd who,
with Henry lllnkey, arc the Joint
owners of th, craft They were at
tho job a yenr, lluhdilug her Inst l-Vb-
ruiiry, from their own design. They
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The recently completed addition to
St. Andrew's Cathedral was conse
crated yesterday with elabornto ceVo
monics. Thero wero'presont tho cler
gy of all tho congregations of tho
church In Honolulu and many of
thoso from Maul and Hawaii. Tho
choir was greatly augmented, and
the service, entirely choral,
Following the processional hymn,
nouncoment of the completed addi
tion and Eald tho prayer of consecra
tion. The lllshop, preceded by his
chaplain and followed by tho canons
and cathedral clergy, proceeded In
order to tho four corners of tho por
tion of tho cathedral to bo consecrat
ed, nt each corner saying a portion of
tho scrvlco of consecration.
Following tho service of consecra
tion was morning prayer nnd holy
communion. Tho termon was by
lllshop Hcstnrlck nnd was a hlstoil
cal review of tho services of the
was Church of England In theso Islnnds.
Conies of the B u 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
tho Dlshop, accompanied by his chap- Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
lain, tho Ilov. K. T. Simpson, tno can be procured at tins omce lor nve
clergy of tho diocese, and tho war
dens and vestrymen of tho several
parishes In Honolulu, nnd C. F. dem
ons, the chancellor of tho diocese. In
his robes, approached tho door of tho
cathedral from without. Within
awaited the canons of tho cathedral
and tho congregation.
L. T. Peck, treasurer, read a state
ment as to the payments of tho debts
lncurrc'd In tho building. Tho addi
tions to tho cathedral havo cost some
thing over $23,000, all of which has
been paid except about $100, for
which there aio abundant pledges In
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74 S. KINO ST.
Ing up the rear, tho llcet-wlnged
craft now lie In poll, at tho ind of
their long sail from the Coast.
After tho I.urllno hud crossed the
lino early Saturday morning, the
threo other craft caino In yesterday,
tho last of tho raco being marked
when the Huwnll crossed tho lino off'
Diamond Head nt .1:23 p. 111., 15 dnjH,
3 hours, 23 minutes, and 20 seconds
out of San I'edro.
The hccoud of tho craft to make
port was tho little Gwendolyn II, ono
of tho smallest boats which has ever
competed In u trans-ocean race,
which had a handicap of 17 hours
and more, nnd thus was far and away
tho best boat for tho r.econd place.
Tho Lady Maud, entry from San Di
ego, got In nt 1 o'clock, making her
Tho race la n very remarkable ono
remarkable that all of tho boats
finished so close together that three
of them came Into port within six
hours of each other, nnd most remark
able In the showing which tho little
Gwendolyn a Wonder
Whatever tho other craft, designed
by experts, and built by men with
years of experience, may havo dono,
tho fact remains that tho feature, of
tho ovent, and Hint which will drnw
tho eyes of tho world, Is tho showing
mado by this little craft, daslgncd
and built by two boys of Scattlo, nnd
sailed Independently them In this
long race, with such success that thoy
will hencofoith bo tho proud posses
sors of ono of the cups which has
The raco was so close that thero Is
no uso of nnone being hurt by the
defeat; tho slightest advantago waa
enough to havo done tho trick. Cap
tain Harris expresses confidence Is
tho crntt.ho sailed, In case sio has a
wind. He still believes her a groat
On tho Gwendolyn things were ox
citing. Sho Is a 17-ton craft, yawl
rigged; a tiny thing, but dry and
seaworthy, and as fast for n race of
this tort as ono could want. With
out tho speed for n short distance
which so largo a boat aa tho Lurllne
would have, sho Is a beauty for a
long leg of this kind. Tho 2232 miles
down here sho covered In two long
tacks. This la as good as tho Lur
lino did, and quite a remarkablo evi
dence of seamanship. Sho camo nlong
in almost as direct a courso as could
well bo sailed, nnd did not go off to
leeward a foot.
Sho was sailed by Captain rtedfern,
but had another navigator on board
In tho person of Thornston, who la
thoroughly acquainted with tho '
ters off San Pedro.
Hawaii to Leeward
Coming out of San Pedio, she last
toBicjtomMtoli J3i AgJ-fowtaj
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MyMtiwiMlftiMlttl ililiiri illi'iiii'm I mil hill
and sailed her under the Hag of the
Klllot Hay Yaiht Club of Seattle,
Coming down to Sail I'edio they en
countered n storm off Cape Mendo
ctno, but rodo It out neatly.
With them on their llltlo craft are
Uil. Pussoll, steward; W. II. Jack
boatswain; Walter A. Ilrunlck, and
Capt. Thornston, besides Navigator
I,. II. Johnston acts as captain.
And these bojs designed a craft
which beat out n Ciounlnslilcld boat!
The l.ady Miaul, built by Kyles or
San Diego, on her maiden trip, which
Mulshed third, Is another or the Inter
esting hunch of racers. She Is hardly
finished yet, as some or the Interior
has not been painted. Oa her camo
down John Kyle, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
bur Kylo, Miss May Daniels, n cousin
of' Wilbur Kyle: Captain Lew H. Har
ris, sailing master;. 1M. Schartz, Jas.
Jcssop, George Lane, Herbert Hone,
William Simpson, and C. D. Ledger.
Sho has a green crew of volunteers.
Her voyngo was much In tho nature
Of a pleasure trip.
This morning, plans for entertain
ing tho visitors wore decided upon
by the Yachttcoiamlttec. On Thurs
day evening a pol supper Is to ho held
nt the Seaside Hotel, at which the
cups won by tho Lurllno and tho
Gwendolyn H will bo presented by
Governor Krenr. On tho 27th n
dance Is to he held at tho Moana In
honor of the yachtsmen. And on Sal
unlay, if the Avent can be arranged,
an auto trip around the Island Is to
.The logs are:
The bllfclal loif of tho Hawaii Is as
July -Ith 12 in. Left San Pedro,
wmu s. w. 5:20, set Ilshci man's
t.tnysnll. C:S0, wind hauled to west;
let squarcsall and raffle. Lady Maud
leading. 7 '30 Catallna to windward.
Light air. about 3 knots. Lady Maud
stands in near shoro'and gets off-shorj
breozo from tho Island. Shy partly
cloudy. Looks bad for chnnco of wind
during night. 8 00, In last of twl
light, can see Lady Maud about li
miles to windward nnd ahead. Gwen
dolyn dead ahead about 2 miles; Lur
llno 2 miles ahenm and to windward.
Com so S. by K'iE. 8:20. Jibed on
recount of shift of wind. Dead calm
till midnight. Wo found a puff fioin
tnuth, and headed east by south. Wind
July 5th 2:15, headed ESH.; breezo
freshening and westering both very
slightly. Distinct light astern, but
cannot mako It out. 11:00 a. m light
breezo from S. 12:50 p. 111., put about
onto starboard tack; wind four miles,
from W.; heading S'E.. will payy to
leoward of San Clcmento. 4:30 p. m..
wind still light from W. Sighted sail
dead ahead, approaching. 5:00 p. m.,
jneht Skldbladdner, Capt. Fraud Gat-
butt, under power, camo up under our
lea and sent boat alongside. Capt.
Garbutt reported that three yachts
were about 30 miles to windward of
us, with fresh Nv. wind, They passed
to windward of San Clcmento Island
during tho night. 0:00 p. in., set
square-sail, rurtlo and fisherman's
staysail. San Clcmento 15 miles to
windward. Wind NW. 3 miles. Courso
3.W. 10:30 p. m., wind veers to webt
and north. Doused raffle and square
sail and llahcrmau's staysail. No log
out nut nguro to navo mado about 15
miles first watch. Very strong cup
rent sotting parallel with mainland
carried us about 12 miles to leoward
during tho day. Courso Swiss
July Cth 1:30 a m., wind frochons
to about G miles. Set fisherman's
staysail. Set cquarcsall, but slight
hhlft of wind does not last, so douyo
squaresall. 4:15 a. nt., daylight sky
nvorcast with high fog. Wind 5 miles.
V. to W. by N. Courso, SW. by S.3.
Variation 15 degrees cast; deviation
2 degrcos cast. 12.00 m., lat. 32 dag.
4 mln. N. long. 119 degrees 30 min
utes West. 125 miles out from San
Pedro. 3 p. m. Took In log. 1CV4 miles
slnco noon. Wind dropping. 6 p. m.,
wind freshening, sky clear, 7 p. m.,
(-unset looks like wind, doused stay
sail, not doing any good. Wind still
holding, about 8 mlleB from W. Courso
SW by S.
July 73 a. m., sot staysail. 8 a.
in., wind getting lighter, but vcorlng a
lllfle to North, about llvo miles. 11 a.
in., wind falling very light. Take up
Door boards and halo nut bllgo. 1:30
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