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VOL. X. NO. 4064
8 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. JULY 28 1908-8 PAGES
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KaMEHAMEHA LEADS; HAWAII IS THIRD
TAFT MAKES ACCEPTANCE ADDRESS
Yachts Get Away For
Lead. Hawaii Third
The following ii the order in which the yachts in the race
to Hilo were sailing when they could last be made out, about
noon today, by the lookout on Diamond Head. All of them were
closely bunched, with the exception of the Lurline, which was
still three-quarters of a mile or more to the bad:
1 Kamehameha, sloop, Capt. R, Scott.
2 Gwendolyn II, yawl, Cast. Johnston.
3 Hawaii, schooner, Capt. Cooper.
4 Gladys, sloop, Capt. T. V. King.
IS Lady Maud, yawl, Capt. Lew B. Harris. .
6 Lurline, schooner, Commodore Sinclair.
Mystery Made Of Firing
At 10 o'clock this morning the gun
for tho start of the jnclit race from
this port to llllo was fired, and the
Kamehameha led the bunch of six en
tries across tho lino to leeward of tho
bell buoy, all of them so closely
bunrhed with tho exception of tho
Lurline, which had Btood away to
leeward, and was about twenty min
utes lato In getting off. At tho time
they wero dropped nut of sight by
the Diamond Head lookout, the Ka
mehameha seemed to be leading, with
the Gwendolyn II close behind, and
the Hawaii third. ' I
Entries "for this race are the Lur
line, from Los Angeles;- the Lady
Maud, from San Dleko; the Gwendo
lyn' II, from Seattle; and the Hawaii,
'Gladys, and Kamehameha, local
Shortly after 9 o'clock, the boats
were towed out of the harbor, and
began maneuvering In tho light
breeze which was found off port. The
smaller craft hung close to the start
ing point, which was u line from the
bell buoy to n point ashore, the
jaclils to pass to windward of tho
Tho Lurline went down to looward,
tacked up toward tho buoy once, and
then headed west, going so far that
most of the crowd thought she might
be heading for Pearl Harbor.
Crowd Sees Start
A good-Blzcd crowd had collected
on the sea-wall, nnd on various van
tago points of the waterfront to see
the start. Promptly at the hour set,
10 o'clock, tho Kamehameha led tho
bunch of Ave yachts across tho line,
as the gun banged. The Gwendolyn
followed the Kam, some dlstanco bo
hind, and the Glads camo after the
Seattle boat, the Hawaii and tho
Lady Maud closing this part of tho
procession. Meanwhile, the Lurline
was still headed down toward Pearl
Harbor, and, finding a light breezo to
the west of the harbor entrance.
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The yachts found a fair breeze, if
not a strong one, and had soon left
the Lurline well astern. Then, five
minutes after the gun was fired, Sin
clair put about, and stood up toward
the buoy. Arriving off the harbor
entrance, ho tacked again, this time
to get well Inshore from the bell
buoy. The moe brought htm Into
the channel, and people along tht
front passed the word, "The Lurline
is coming. In) Something Is wrong
and she Is out of It."
Hut Sinclair tacked again, and this
time went across the line, twenty
minutes to the bad, and stood away
up the Channel in pursuit of the oth
er yachts, which were already oft
Kamehameha Still Leads
At 10:45, the yachts, all in a
bunch, wero off Diamond Head, The
Hawaii and the Lady Maud had both
moved up, right after the start, and
closed out the Gladys, but the Gladys
later managed to closo out the Lady
Maud In turn. The Gwendolyn ma
neuvered to windward of tho Ka
mehameha, but could not get a lead.
As tho craft passed Diamond Head,
tho Kamehameha led by a narrow
margin from the Gwendolyn, which
was Just ahead of tho Hawaii. The
Glad) a came noxt In the procession,
and the Lady Mnud closo on her heels.
The Lurline was still well to the bad.
Lnrline's Topmast Gone
When oil Walklkl, the foretopmast
of tho Lurllno was carried away. Aa
the racing craft passed Diamond
Head her men were busy clearing
awny tho wreckage.
Defore the start of the race, it had
been discovered that the Gladys was
leaking, but this did not prevent her
going ahead .ami entering as was ex
pected. Rounding Diamond Head, the
yachts found a fresh breeze, nnd
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A great surprise was sprung at the
police station this morning whon Shot
in, laukea discharged Lewis B. Reeves.
Evidently the axe has been hanging
uer Reeves' head ecr since Taylor
resigned from the position as Chief of
Detectives, but as no nctlon was taken
to get rid of Rcoes at that time, it
was generally believed that now no
Reoves was appointed Just after tho
laukea administration had begun. Ho
was formerly an employe of the Rapid
Transit Company, but ho was picked
out to bo harbor officer. Ho tield this
tosltton nominally until this date, but
during tho greater part of tho time,
and right up to tho date of Taylor's
resignation, he was employed In the
detective bureau. When Taylor re
signed ho was relegated to the wator-
The most significant feature of the
Sheriff's latest moe Is tho fact that
Rcecs Is tho man who had a fight
with Fred taukca, tho Sheriff's son, a
short time ago, and further (hat the
pnerirr makes a mystery or mo anair,
declining absolutely to gtvo out his
reasons for discharging tho utneer,
although ho admits that there Is no
official misconduct Involved. This
combination of circumstances has giv
en rise to considerable talk.
Tea. Iv discharged. Reeves this
morning," said the Sheriff, when ques
tioned about the matter this noon.
This will take effect at the ond of the
present month. I have not let decided
who Will take his place."
'What arc tho reasons for his dls-
charge.""aslced the reporter.
I will not glvo thorn out, answered
'-'Is thero any official mlsconjuct in-
'No; the reasons Are sufficient to
myself, and I decline to gto them
Otto Derndt, Deputy Collector of
Internal Revenue, returned this
morning from Haiku, Maul, where
he was making a survey of the dis
tillery of the Kaupakulua Wine and
Liquor Company. This company baa
a dally capacity of 1,100 gallons, and
will start running in full force on or
about the 10th of next month.
It is probublo that the first booze
made by this company will be In the
nature of grape brandy. They will
also probably manufacture soma pine
apple brandy after they have been
running for a little time, and, at
least, they will mako some brandy
with which to fortify the wine.
Banner Boys' Suits
These are real Boys' Suits,
made by special Boys' Tailors.
They are handsome and
natty, as well as correctly tai
lored, and the material is
strong and pretty.
They are strongly made
never rip at the seams.
In Knickerbocker and other
THE KASH CO.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
Names Are Given Out
This Morning By
Governor Frear this morning gave
out she lists of the Hoards of Regis
tration, the members of which will
serve for a couple1 of years more. The
following names -are the ones select
ed for the Hilo Hoard of Registra
tion: "Rurns A. Lman, Senior, W.
K. Edmunds, and Manuel S. Pacheco,
For the district of Kohala, Kona, and
Kau, R. K. Nalpo has been reappoint
ed, the other members being hold
Maul's Hoard Is composed of S.
Kahookele. OeorKo Weight Is reap
Kahookele. George Wright Is reap
pointed the others being new mem
bers. Oahu is represented by 8. F.
Chllllngworth, J. D. Holt, and anoth
er, whose name has been given before.
VICTIMS OF AUTOS
CANNOT SHOW UP
, '. i
Conies of the B n 1 1 t i n ' Vlrmt
Edition, wrannerl rMi1vfnr nllln
can be procured at this office for five
cents, uost oi mauinz. three cents.
Injuries ?Vinnp Then
.. From Appearing
' Owing to the fact that' the victims
of the devll-wagona were still too 111
to show up In the Police Court this
morning, the cases of Gus'X A. Schu
man and of Harvey W. chase, both
charged with heedless driving of
their autos, were continued.
Schuman is charged with having
knocked down Mrs. GlMecbe on King
street,' outside of Vlda Villa some
weeks ago. Prosecutor 'Drown an
nounced that according to the phy
sicians who were attending the com
plaining witness, it would be three
weeks or a month before she would
be able to appear In court, and on
this showing the case was continued
until Aug. 24.
The Chlneso boy who was Chase's
victim, having been knocked down
on Fort street near 'the Oceanlo
wharf, was almost In as bad a fix as
Mrs. Glesecke. It was announced
that ho had a broken leg, and would
not be about for a month. In this
case It was decided to have the hear
ing next Frldaj, nnd to have tho
court adjourn to tho place whero the
patient was in order to obtain his
Judge Dlckc), who was retained
by tho reformers to prosecute the
Iwllel cases, entered n nolle prosequi
In the case of lllancho Martin, one
of tho women from that place.
He Is Furnished With!
Proofs Of Kepoikai'i
What action will bo taken with re
gards to Judge A. N. Kcpolkal of Maul
will probably not be known for eomu
time to come. From Maul the news
has come that Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Larnach, who was sent over by
the Governor to investigate the
charges brought against the Judge by
Dan Case and Editor Coke, was shown
proofs that Kcpolkal actually had bor
rowed the money, aa alleged, and was
also given several new points bearing
on the case. ., :
It Is known that Larnach presented
a' verbal report to the Governor this
morning of matters as he found them
there, but Governor Frear was un
willing to disclose the exact nature of
the report. That there are points of
importance which have not been pul
llshed le pretty well known, but wheth
er they-work against or for Kcpolkal
Is not known.
Regarding the right of the Governor
to Investigate such matters, he aald
this morning that he held tho same
right as any other citizen, but tho tak
ing of any action would be another
thing. Tho President has the sole
right to remove a Circuit Judge, ex
cept that he be Impeached by the
Congress ot the United State.
The view ot tho Supreme Court r
regard to such Imurowrcondnci as
that used by Kepolkal was msdlTpret-
ty plain a few days ago when Lawyer
Ferry ot Hilo was given a" sovere
roast In art opinion written by Justice
B&116U. Governor Frear was on the
bench' for a number of years, and his
ideas Sfe probably the same as those
Who comprise the Supreme Court of
tho Territory. ,
KIHEI LAND LEASED
A lease .has been made nnd nd
with Registrar Merrlam whereby the
Hawallam Commercial ft Bugar Com
pany has taken over the greater part
ot tho Klhol Plantation land for a
I The annual rental of the land is
named at $7,600. There are several
minor parcels ot the Klhel land that
ate excepted from the transfer, but
jtha most ot the defunct plantation
property has now gone Into the hands
of the Hawaiian Commercial ft Su
Tall Makes Address
CINCINNATI, Ohio, July 28. Taft has been notified of his nomina
tion by Chairman Warner at the home of his brother, Clmrles F. Taft.
He made an address in which he accepted the issues contained in the
LISBON, Portugal, July 28. The Government is said to have frus
trated a plot for a republican uprising.
Permits To Learn
T17E draw up
" Wills in
charge 7 no
small or large
923 FORT ST., Honolulu
JOHN8TONE-In this city, July 28,
1908, to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. John'
stone, a son.
J. Hopp & Co.,
188 s. ma stkset.
Mrs. May Wilcox has been appoint
ed asta Commissioner of Public Edu
cation by Governor Frear to tako tho
plaCo or William Williamson, whoso
term was up In June. Mrs. Wilcox
was formerly a member of tho Educa
sjjSjr'Psr Rent ear en sale at
WASHHGTON. D. 0.. Jul? 28. President Davila has cancelled the
exequaters 'of all the Consuls in Honduras.
Three Hundred Drown
CANTON, China, July 28. The steamer Yin King has been lost
in a typhoon. Three hundred Chinese wero. drowned.
i i i m
Walsh Is Chairman
CHICAGO, HI., July 28. Charles W. Walsh was chosen permanent
chairman at the Convention of the Indeoendence League yesterday after
noon. The committees are not yet ready to report.
Negro Burned At Stake
QBEENVIIXE, Texas, July 28. A negro was burned with facsrots
by a mob in the public square here today. He had assaulted a white
S.S. LURLINE, JULY 28
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Things have been up In the air for
some time ns to tho baseball to oc
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now, tentatlu'ly at least, us follows:' j
Saturdj), Kelo vs. Kums; Santa Cla
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