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EVENING BULLETIN, HOrt6t,OMJ, T. H.( WEDNESDAY. JULY 22, ISO.'
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LOG OF THE GWENDOLYN II,
Tho following In tho log of tho
Owcndolyn 11., Captain Joseph Hud
July 4, noon Crossed tho lino fol
lowing tho starting gun.
July G, non Had very llghto lnds,
July 6, noon Lnt. 31 dog. 18 mln.
north, long. 119 deg. 40 mln. west.
Course, 8. 41 W. Distance, 127 miles.
Canylng nil plain sail. Wind, WNW.;
westerly swell. At 4 p. m., Lady
Mnud In company; exchanged tlmo
July 7, noon Lat. 30 deg. 1 mln.
month, long. 121 deg. 20 mln. west.
Course, 8. Gl -W. Distance, 131 lulled.
Unsteady moderato W. to WNW.
breeze. Lady Maud In company on
Ico beam, distant about Bovcn tulles.
Carried nil plain sail throughout the
day. Cloudy and overcast; NE. bwcII.
July 8, noon Lat. 28 deg. 34 mln.
N long. 124 deg. 2 mln. W. Course
8. GO W. Distance, 157 miles. Carry
ing all possllilo sail. Wind W. to
WNW. throughout the day. Misty nnd
July 9. noon Lat. 27 deg. N., long.
127 deg. W. Course S. 69 W. Dis
tance, 183 miles. First NNW. to N,
breeze. Carrying all possible sail,
Cloudy nnd overcast weather; modcr
July 10, noon Lat. 2fi deg. 31 mln.
N., long. 130 deg. 30 mill. W. Course,
8. 79 W. Distance, 185 miles. Cloudy
nnd overcast: unsteady N. to NK.
wind. C:30 p. in. set thu splnnnker.
NE. swell running throughout tho day.
July U. noon Lat. 25 deg. GG mill.
N., long. 13S deg. 31 mln. W. Course.
8 CS W. Distance, 17G miles. Un
steady NNE. to NE. breeze. Misty
nnd cloudy weather; NE. swell. Ev
erything set; all sail carried.
July 12, noon Lat. 24 deg. 42 mln.
N., long. 130 deg. 20 mln. W. Course.
8. 73 W. Distance, 103 miles. Moder
ate, unsteady NNE. to NE. winds. NE.
swell; cloudy weather; passing swells.
July 13, noon Lat. 24 deg. 10 mln.
N., long. 139 deg. 39 mln. W. Course,
8. 81 W. Distance. 191 miles. NNE.
to ENE. breeze, light. Overcast and
cloudy. Carrying ull sails. ,
July 14, noon Lat. "3 deg. 41 mln.
N., long. 142 deg: 51 mln. W. Course,
8. SO W. Dlstnnco, 180 miles. Mentor
nto NE. to ENE.brcczc; fair weather;
later squally; rough sea. All salts
July 15, noon Lnt. 23 deg. 13 mln.
N., long. 146 deg. 69 mln. W. Course.
S. -81 W. Distance, 176 mllos. Kresh
ENE. to E. breeze; squally weather;
July 10, noon Lat. 22 deg. 20 mln.
N., long. 143 deg. 4 mln. W. Course.
8. 08 W. Distance. 194 miles. Kresh
ENE. winds; squally weather; heavy
cross sea. . .
'July 17. noon Lat.. 22 deg. G5 mln.
WE RETAIL AND SELL TO THE TRADE1
Opp. Elks' Building.
N long. 162 deg. 3 mln. W. Course,
8. 02 W. Distance, 187 mllos. Fresh
ENE. winds and squally weather:
rough cross seas; latter part, moder
ato weather. Carrying all possible
July 18, noon Lat. 20 deg. GO mln.
N., long. 1G5 deg. 17 mln. W. Course,
8. 89 W. Distance, 180 miles. Light
breeze, with heavy squalls. Oft Maul,
July 19 Passed Diamond Head at
9:38:00 a, m.; off one mile. Distance,
14 1 miles. Light breeze and heavy
squalls during the night. Carrying all
LOG OF THE LADY MAUD.
Tho following Is tho log of tho Lady
Maud, Captafn Lew D. Harris, sailing
July .411:30 a. m., up-anchor, all
plain sails set, waiting for tho gun;
12 noon, first over the line, 45 seconds
after tho gun. Gwendolyn 2 minutes,
Hawaii 2 minutes GO seconds, Lurlino
4 minutes G seconds; brcczo SV. by
8.; steering SE. 8. Lurlino passes
us, Gwendolyn also; holding Hawaii;
commenced tho sea log.
Noon July 4 to noon July G 1 p. m.,
Lurlino 1 mile ahead; Owcndolyn '.'t
nillu and Hawaii i mllo astern; 4 p.
in., Lurlino and Owcndolyn .. mllo
on port bow, Gwendolyn lending; Ha
waii 1 mile on port quarter; 8 p. in.,
all tho boats on tho port quarter, very
mllo breeze; took In balloon Jib nnd
Ket Jib; 4 a. in., Lurllno'ofl port beam
Vt mllo; 8 a. in., Lurlino and Owen
jilolyn astern; 12 noon, Lurlino on star-
uiiuiu iimrtvr, -wvL'imuijfu uu tun
quarter, t mile distant; lat. 32 deg. 50
mln.; long. IIS deg. 17 mln.; dis
tance. GO miles.
Noon July 5 to noon July 05 n. in.,
sail on port bow, 3 miles, supposed to
bo Gwendolyn; sot ballooner nnd gaff
topsail; 12 noon, Gwendolyn 1V4 mites
on port bow; Int. 31 deg. 20 mln. N.,
long. 119 deg. 37 mln. W.; distance,
Noon July 0 to noon July 7 1 p. m.,
Gwendolyn on starboard beam 100
fathoms off; compared chronometers;
9 p. m., Gwendolyn 1V& miles nstcrn;
4 a. m Gwendolyn 4 miles off star
board quarter; last we saw of her;
lat. 29 deg. 49 mln. N long. 121 deg.
17 mln.; distance, 120 miles.
Noon July 7 to noon July 8 Kresh
breeze and rain squalls, smooth soa;
Int. 28 deg. 15 mln., long. 123 deg. 50
mln. W.; distance, 105 miles.
Noon July 8 to noori.July 9 Got tho
trade winds at 3 p. in. In Int. 27 deg.
G8 mln. N., long. 124 deg. 0 mln. W.;
12 noon, lat. 20 deg. 40 mln. N., long.
120 deg. 33 mln. W.; distance1, 173
h.lln.l lO nnn ..ln1.M.I .tx.H.I
jiiiii'n, i. iiuuii, niuiiiuiiYvii imijuiu
i block carried away.
j Noon July 9 to noon July 10 At S
P. m. spanker throat halyard parted,
lowered sail and repaired: gaff topsail
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hliect parted, lowered mainsail, sewed
nnd bent topsail sheet and set main-
all nt 11 a. m.; hovo to from 9 to 11;
Int. 20 deg. 7 mln. N long. 129 deg.
60 mln. : distance. 180 miles.
Noon July 10 to noon July 11 Stow
ed Jib, heavy sea, vessel laboring; salt
fin the starboard bow, ship standing
north; lat. 26 deg. 20 mln. N., long.
132 deg. 54 mln. W.; dlstancfe 173
Noon July 11 tonoon July 12 It aid
squalls, light urcezc, heavy swell from
NE.; had sailed 1108 miles, an aver
ago of 146 miles a day; Diamond Head
bears 8. 80 W. 1210 miles: lat. 24 dec.
30 mln. N., long. 130 deg. 7 mln. W.; 1
uisianco, i!2 miles.
Noon July It to noon July 13 Spin
naker halyard parted 10:30 p. m.; 6
a. m., set spinnaker; 9 a. m., topsail
sheet parted; overhauled BheeU and
reset sail; lat. 24 deg. 6 mln. N., long.
139 deg. 21 mln. W.; distanco, 180
Noon July 13 to noon July 14 7 p.
nt., spinnaker outhaul carried away;
stowed tho Ball; lat. 23 deg. 39 mln.
N., long. 142 deg. 46 mln. W.; dis
tance, 190 miles.
Noon July 14 to noon July 161 p.
in., spinnaker tearing, took It In;
heavy sens; squally; 12 midnight,
boom tncklo block carried away; fixed
block and bent tackle; 2 a. m., gaff
topsail sheet parted; 5 a. m., hovo to,
slnglo reefed mainsail and woro ship,
standing to southward on port tack;
heavy sea and sqlially; lat. 22 deg. 62
mln. N long. 145 deg. 41 mln. W.;
distance 170 miles.
Noon July 16 to noon July 10
Strong trades; squally, sea from NE.:
lat. 21 deg. N., long. 148 deg. 8 mln.
W.; distance, 178 miles.
Noon July 10 to noon July 17 1 p.
m., wore ship; 4 a. m., tiller ropo part
ed; lat. 21 deg. 8 'mln. N., long. 161
deg. 30 mln. V; distance, 188 miles.
Noon July 17 to noon July 18
Shook out reef In mainsail at 1 p. m.:
fresh breeze, moderate sea; lat. 21
deg. 0 mln. N long. 164 deg. 60 mln.
W.; distance, 187 miles.
Noon July 18 toilioon July A9--Picked
up Maul 4 p. in.; mall topsail
Jibed at 8 a. in. and carried away top
mast. Crossed finish line 1 o'clock 7
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sprang a vision, of beauty on tho water I net .night that was won-,
tcrful In ICs' grandeur via awe Inspiring beyond .words. Tho
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