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CVRMNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1I HllDAY, JULY 24, 1908.
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WE CLOSE AT 1 P.M.
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Cream, light blue, navy
J P. II., 55? a yd.
blue, black, 75c quality, till
Whita Dress and Waisting Linen
SO inches wide, 05c quality, till 1 ?. II., 50? a yd.
Colored Feather-Sfiich Braids
15c quality 10?; 20c quality, 321.?; ttll 1 P. M.
Fine White Persian Lawn
25c quality, till 1 P. M., 20? a yd.
Pretty Embroidery Headings
20c quality, till 1 P. M., 12? a d.
Hemstitched Linen Bureau Scarfs
Size 18 s 54, 75c hind, till 1 P. I., 55?.
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METROPOLITAN MEAT- CO, Limited
Hawaii Yacht Club
Host and Cheers
is still alive
4.000 Gron Hooting Blato KPxlS".
600 One and Two Prong Iron Vence
1 2C-callon Oium Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cnstlion iriUlKxr wltb Flanges,
for 12" Wrought PIto.
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"Sail bill tlirso fellows tiro simitH!"
Tills wns tliu way Olio of tlio lst-
iiiB nclitsmi!!i put It, in Ills comment
to an associate lust ocnliiK after
the) linil heard tlio announcement of
Sorcnson & Lylo Unit any of tlio vis
iting y.itlits could li:io tlio privileges
f their iii.il Ino l all way frcu of
Tlio offer of tlio ln.irlno railway to
put tlio boats in butter shape uan tlio
tlnalo of u general rush, of local
tuclits ami Ultlng jaclits to outer in
tlio race to llllo, which will Htart jit
10 o'clock on Tuesiluy.
Tlio original entiles for tills race,
vcro Slnclnlr's I.iullnc unci tlio 11a
Aall, to bo captained by II. I.'. Cooper.
Jilting tlio dinner tlio bo) 8 uf the
.wuniluljn II xt.itwl Hint llu-y would
otuc In anil woulil bo scon prumptb
.1 tlio starting line. Tlien C.iit.tln
Cjlo leaned oer to Capt. Low- Hants
md said, "Ale ou gtiino?" Cup said
After that tlio local bojs got Inter
slcd and Captain Johnson of the Ka
nchnmelia EpoKa up and entered Ills
loat for tlio race. Not to bo out
lonc, Olllo Sol uncoil and Toinnile
ilng put tlielr lie.uN together, with
bo usiilt that tlio HlailjH wns en-i-icil.
l'red. Wliltney olno left word
lint If possible lio would get the
Iclcno In coiidltlnu to go. This,
vlth tlio piospcct of tlio Ii Palotua
icing In tlio list, put every available
atbt lu the lontest and tlio rnco had
irowii to urn h pioiiortlous that n
ncetlng of n repreBont-.itlvo fiom each
uiht was called at tlio Commercial
;iub ltnniedlatcly following the lunch
on this noon,
Tlio pol supper tit tlio Sensldo for
bo presentation of tlio Cups to the
a Inning utlits In tlio Trans-l'aLlIlc
Haco was n distinct success. The
I.iwnll Yacht Club got lots of pleas
ire from tlio glory of entertaining a
rowd of mighty good fellows, nnd
Ills offset nny nnown tlio members
nay litno bad beeauso tbo raco was
oit. Tlio lsltuiB, on tlio other hand,
mil never soon nnj thing quite so
ood In all their lives.
Tlio tables worn spiead on tlio Ing
lantlng-Iloor built foi tlio men of tlio
I'lect, and tho only canopy was the
olored electrics, tho trco branches,
md tbo stars. Tha boom of tha sea
nenrb) wns ti ilttlo too heavy to
nako It easy for tho speakers, hut
lolped mightily In milling to tho ro
njntlc utinosphoro of thu surround
ngs Conimod(iii) C. T. Wilder picsldod
)n his left wns Commodore Sinclair
if tbo l.uillno mill on Ills risht ex
'onunodoro Cooper of tlio Hawaii
I'atht Club Tho guests nnd mem
icih of the Club were seated nbout
bo tables laden with tho delicacies
f pol mid Its aciompanylng lunu
Mr. Wilder In his opening lemnrks
llsabiiscd tbo visitors of ony Idea of
U-feclliiK In Hawaii on account of
do locil bint having lost tho rata,
to unnpltiiiciiteil the winner in tho
'Ugliest tciiiis and had a happy woul
or u.nh of thn visitors. i
Victor II Stovvart for tho South
"oast Yacht Club responded for the
Henry H. Cooper wns nsslgned tlio
'fionor of picspiitlng tho trophy to tbo
winner. This ho did bi Icily and to
Coinnioiloro Sinclair was gvon a
hearty cheer when ho arose to re
spond. Sinclair Is ovory Inch a
-qioitiunnn mid tiotio of his oppononU
hick a sharo In his good-will. Ill
speaking of tho tiophy Sinclair siild
that ho had intended to put It up ns
4 Dcuiictual challenge liiii, and this
ho would do unless nnotbor ynthls-
intiii of world-wldo note carried out
tlio suggestion of some months ngu.
In othor wot ds, Sinclair Is ready to
put up tho trophy If Sir Thomas Lp
ton does not como through.
Next c.imo tho presentation of tho
second prize to tho Johnson bos of
Scattlo mid tholr good boat awcnilo
ljn II. This jncht and Its crew has
ntti aited a largo nicasuro of favor
nblo comniont, mid tho combination
misted tho (list prlzct by n very small
margin. I.loyd Johnson kuvo nl
credit to Captain Hedfcin and pie-
dlcted that tho northern club thoy
ropiofccnted would bo In tho rnco wjth
a Bchooner-yniht noxt tlnio.
' Hcdfern, whoti called upon, spoho
Rtrnlglit from tho hhouldor and gilll-
i ' J
oil In direct terms the comment In tho
morning paper which Bcrnic.it to him
ciiht n slur upon tho isipltiln of tho
Hawaii. Tho defense of Captain
Ilmrls was general uniong all tbo
visuois anil ospeciiiii wuu mo inn )
captains, who know how difficult It Is i
to take a now yacht out on a month a
nollro and get a lino on till her pecu
liarities bo as to make n winner
dipt. Lew Harris of tho I.ady Maud
spoko n good word for his crow that
stnrtcd as landsmen ami wound up
as Hrst-ilnsB sallois. He drew espe
cial attention to the fact that so far
ns bo knew this Trnns-raiiflc Uico
of 1U08 was tho only rnco for tlio dis
unite In which the contesting achts
nil tamo In within thtitj-sU horns.
Tho usunl lesult of nn oiean race Uj
to have the yachts stringing along i
Tor several days. The small margin'
between the yachts Cnpt. Harris not-1
cd ns proof of the good seamanship,
on nil tho boats. !
After tho visitors had been heard
from, tho talking began nil along tho
line. L. A. Thurston made- a speech
In which ho predicted that trade (
would follow tjio Trans-l'nclhV Hate.'
Delegate Ktihlp thought that was till
light, but ho didn't want to see too
much commercialism brought Into
amateur sport. Ho wants tho toil
-porting spirit to prevail
II. P Wood talked; "Tun Pacific
.Mac" ollercd pithy iciu.iiI.h, Clai-
cnto MncfarlJiio was lie mi fiom;
Wallace II. l'arrlugton wid a few
WokIh for tio Press; Captain Ilmrls
was given a cheer mid said be bad no
excutes to offer. Cnpt. Wilbur K!oi
was heald, and Mr. Sivngc of tho.
i.uriino party nan picasaui woius tor
Honolulu nnd its people.
Tbo reculnr mid volunteer urogram
of the evening was punctuated with I
liberal cheers and good Hawaiian nui-j
sic by tho gleo club. The visitors nro
having u grand time. Today they I
lunched ut tho Commercial Club, and
overy moment of tholr stav in port Is,'
taken up with some business and
FLEET MAKESJ0 KNOTS
Colng at ten knots nn hour and "GO
miles off port, tho rieet wllehssed
last evening nt ft o'clock to tbo Kn
liuku Station, giving thu liosltlon of
tha bhlps then as lntltudi U degroeh
and 10 minutes north ami longitude
1D9 degree and 30 minutes west. Tho
cuurre was given ns south 11 duguonl
west luaKiutlc. A later wlreltss. ru-j
celvrd at 11:05 p. tn, stales that lit
tho end of tho first da's run tbo Klcot
was In latitude 17 degrees 13 mluuten;
longitude lG'.l degrees. -"J minutes.
Doth messages report i,)id weather
mid a moilernto sea
Bhohk A ,,fe ..." 1!
The acknowledged standard
Many n man mid boy who would
run from a mad dog will coquctto
with tfloocannou tracker on tlio
fourth. Hochestt r Herald.
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