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VOL. X. NO. 4068
12 PAGES-HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII SATURDAY AUGUST 1. 1908-13 TAGES
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AMERICANS WIN IN
Commissioner Pratt Will
Go To Washington, but
Not As a Team Member
' Innd Commissioner Pratt will go
, Willi tliolfle team to tlio States, but
tliho will not go us a member of the
?team. This was bo decided this morn
inc. when Mr. Pratt went to the Gov
ernor and requested thnt the orders
be changed, ho hnvlng misunderstood
matters In a way, and would there
fore certainly not do anything that
would tend to a disruption In the
"When the whole proposition was
explained to me. I did not blnme the
boys for making Jin objection," said
Mr. Tratt this morning. "It was
with no thought of personal gain or
with any Intention of, foiclng anyone
out of his trip that I wbb going with
the team, for, as I understood the
proposition at the outset, and through
out, for that matter, until last even
ing, my way was clear, and I "was not
knocking nnyone out. As to the let
ter which appeared in the morning
paper, my shooting record speaks for
iielf. I do.Jiot need .to KOitnto de
'lis about this. Anyone who takes
a trouble to look ud dt comes to
w7 . ....- .
inr office can And out that I am quai
MUM as a marksman. I have been in
theAmllltary for thirty years, and
now that my rank has been reduced
to t'.iat of captain for the purpose of
.this trip, I will let It remain. I do
Inot think there Is one of the bos In
the shooting team "who would say or
thin!; for a minute that a 'dummy
would be on the team it I were a
4 member. But for the Intel ests of the
National Guard, I asked the Governor
to chango the orders, so that I will
not go as a member of the team. I
shall, however, go on to Washington
and tho-Terrltory will have to stand
Mr. Pratt's action In the matter,
so soon as he found that there was a
sentiment against his going as a
member of the team, has been high
ly commended this morning.
The following Is a statement of
the case which was prepared for tho
Governor. It explains everything.
Personnel of a team: Ono team
captain; one team coach; one team
Npotter; ono range officer; twelve
pilnclpals; three alternates.
Pratt's proposition to Col. Jones:
"That he be appointed coach, spotter,
or ranee ofllcor."
Col. Jones answered: "We can't
afford to send a range officer funds
won't allow It. Two other officers
Banner Boys' Suits
Tkeae are real leys' Suits,
made by special Boys' Tailors.
They are handsome aid
'Bitty, as well u 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.
have understood that they nrc to go
'.a coach and spotter and hnve pre
pared, and should not at this luto
hour be dlsolaced. Can arrange for
Pratt to so If he will remicst reduc-'
tlon from rank of Lieutenant Colo
nel to rank of Captain."
This request was made by Pratt In
tho belief .that it swe:it aside nil dlf-j
flntiltlfiB and tf.laM Inn '
Orders were then prepared naming
Pratt as ono of the three alternates.
REDEEM JUG BONDS
Haiku Calls In $75,000,
" And :Palt. Takes Up'
-- $ij5bd -t
The Information was given otit "by
J. P. Cooke this morning that tho
Haiku Sugar Company had vo(ed to
redeem f 76,000 of their outstanding
bonds. lie also stated that the' Pala
Sugar Company had voted to redeem
1112,500 worth of their bonds.
Mcotlugs of 'tho boards of directors
of theso two companies were held
this morning, 'at which the above
business was transacted. Next Mon
day a similar meeting will be held by
the directors of the Hawaiian Sugar
The Haiku bond Issue amounted to
$450,000, and the Pala Issue to
1300,000. The whole Issue has been
outstanding by reason of the fact
that this was the first year under
their terms the companies could re
United States District Attorney
Breckons loft for Hawaii yestorday on
the'Mauna Loa. Ho will stop first at
Kawalhao, and from there will go to
Walmea. He will land last at Hllo,
and Bobble, tho Decldent, will prob
ably smoko up at tho Volcano. Ho
will return after a week or two of rest
YACHTSMEN AJ:YQLCANO;;ftmeriCel1 fy,
A FEATURE OF THE RAGE
The feature of the yacht (fa'ce'to
llllb was the showing made' by the
KamcnameVa. owned by J.Scott, and
doslgnod here and built on the beach
She gave the Lurllne a hard race,
Those on the plucky boat-were Chax
Uwls, skipper;. Will Lyle, J. Scott.
Today, the yachtsmen who ,took
part In the Honolulu-to-Illlo race are
seeing the Volcano as guests of the
business men of Hllo, and tomorrow
they will return home, the yachte
Bailing from the Hawaii port 6n thol'r
l eturn voyage. H.- B. Cooper, Who
sailed the Hawaii, camelln On" the
Mauna Kea this morning. He ex
presses faith in the Hawaii yet, but
has a number of changes In. her ,to
suggest, among them not being, bow
ever, the throwing out of all, ballast.
The crew of the Gladys Were tho
heroes of the occasion, us. the. little
iruu unit ii uuru nine, Mner.iicr ii-l,.-, , ,, , ... ... ....
glng had almost all gone by thoial.a.? followln. U. latter literally
board, when she. was struck by a
sqaalt from- the nor'east.-'
A full account of the race, as writ
ten by..adotmbur, of the Hawaii's
crew, Vol lows: , 4
iThe.Lurllne won the race 'with the
Kamehifmsha a good second T.he
Hfcnolulu-dsslgned and built boat
was really, the Lurllne's chief oppl
What's the matter, with the Ha
waii? Nothing. She Is hot a light;
wind boat and nothing can make her
one. She can sail like the wind In
a heavy wind and sea. She went
across .the Hawaii channel wth ev
eiy stitch sat, and she dld.lt whoop
ing. In a calm, she see-saws and Is
absolutely dead. '
The Lurllne men Say they had a
mighty, hard trip. The only hard
part of it for the Hawaii was that
sho couldn't get wind.
Between, Kam and Lurline
Tiie race after passing the Molo-
kat channel was between the Ku-
mehameha and Lurllne, the Hawaii,
Gwendolyn, and Gladys keeping com
pany till Maul was passed, when.lt
was Hawaii and Gwendolyn tor third
place. Owing to the calms on the
Hamakua coast' the boys on the Ha
waii were surprised to find their ship
so cioie to me winners.
The Seal Heroes
The 'real heroes on the trip were
the .Gladys crew, Tom King. Leslie
Scott, and Ollle Sorenson have Co
lumbus done to a frazzle. It took
nerve to put to sea In the squalls and
heavy weather of the Hawaii chan
nel Wednesday night.
A Qood Race
It'was a good race, well won. The
Hawaii Is a good boat, but must have
Glo'ster fisherman weather to win.
She Is built for heavy wind and sea.
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M TOM 8T, loaelula
H)X0. Hawaii, .Aug, 1. The
yachttmeA ara Jit the Volcano.
IU activity .is, remarkable.
Yachtsmen wrV today' also en-
tertained at an.alaborate.hmch-
eon by Hilo bnsiaets men. The
vacht Hawaii haa been visited
' by large numbers of people
since arrival here. She starts
for home tomorrow.
The .Hawaii's log follow
On Board Yaut Hawaii,
. vJuly 28, 1908.
a Left 'dock at 9:1C a. m Met Lur
ilne going out under tow nnd Lady
Maud undor tow. 9; 27. nabged Into
channel with Kamthunielin and
nailing oft the wayauif the marine
railway ,to join the racers. Going
out the channel. Caot Ccwicr called
ship's company aft auJ ts.il up'tlie
watches for the trip. Starboard
watch:. Capt. Cooper, l-'ln.t Mate L.
A. Thurston, Able Seaman Delegate
Siys Center of Gravity
Ought To Bi
"There Is a lot to say about the
Hawaii," said II, E. Cooper this morn
Ing. ''She should not be condemned.
The boat has been a groat deal tin
proved, by the changes which have
been made.- The personal element,
as It may be expressed, entered Into
this race,' In the fitful winds and the
currents. and the like. ' ' '
"One thing has been 'domonst rat
ed: the Hawaii Is not a light-weather
boat in any sense of, the word. I
mean that sho doesn't show lip pro
portionately as well In light weather
as the other yachts. It takes at leai't
a twenty-knot brcezo to bring out
her best 'Qualities . Under that she
becomes Indifferent, and' In a light
breeze she makes no headway at 'all.
"If we had had tho same breczo all
through as we found In 'the Oahu
chan'no), the result would have been
"Tho Hawaii can still fuither be
groatly Improved by raising tho cen
ter of, gravity. I don' believe In do
ing away with all of her ballast, as
some people suggest. Sho Bhould )o
kept to her load line, as. her designer
(Continued on Page S)
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 8. B3K0 STREET.
suit us down to the ground. Try ui
and note Results.
Kuhto, lxgkeepor Kurrlngton, Alec.
Port wutch: 8oond Mate Stroud,
llletow, Charlie, Hum, Lyle. These
watches were kept with very good
egularlty. The ccok and cabin boy
were thrown In. The former spent
most of his time on dock and the lat-
ter'K principal usefulness wax us bal-.
Inst and occupying other people's
bunLs. Hut he was sick, poor boy,
and dfdn't care.
The (Time Mixed ,
Asked Wilder for tlmo und set
WHtcliei 9:38 u. ni Klve-nilnute
gun, according to our corrected time, i
Urdu two'mlnutea ahead, and second!
I.uu uv nuiuiiua UU, ItUlll ITIllVM It u
decided that we must huve intsun-dui-stood
the tlmo glon us. by Wll-
ilor. Not much Imrm done, howev'er,
except that we cut over the line
fourth Instead of the front row, as
Kaniehnmeha was across on tho
dot. with Gwendolyn becond. Gladya
third, and Hawaii such u close fourth
that tho nowly shipped members of
tho crovr .warned Capt. Cooper that
lie was running her down
thing! The Lady Maud followed
fifth. The Lurllne, standing oft a
full, twenty tmlnutcs from the start
ing line, excited some comment, It
wus afterward learned that she had
fouled somp of her rigging nnd was.
In reality, getting In shape rather
than loafing. l)y 10:25 nil wore off.
Hawaii Sails Well
The Hawaii pointed up with the
best of them after crossing the line
nnd gained tho favornblu comment of
those on board, who talked shifting
ballast and "pointing" and what she
ought to do, white watching the an
tagonists. Off WulkllU Held with
Gladys on speaking tcims with crew
for, quite a distance. Noted Admiral
Hockley's great Hawaiian flag flying
at his beach home. That ought to
be a good omen tor the "Hawaii,"
In the Channel i
11:30 a. m. took In Jib topsail and
toretopsall und went about on star
board tack. Gwendolyn abeam. Lady
MAud appoars to have carried away!
throat halyards. Kam and Gladys i
keeping In-uhorc. Lurllne on port
tack has apparently gained.
1140 n m. T.ilrllnA Artnam In
have carried away forctopsall.
,11:52 Lurllne passed Lady Maud.
Kam" cama about oft Walalae.
11:55 caroo about on port tack.
Gladya abeam. Kam leading half a
mile out past Koko Head. Gwendo
lyn out of sight to leeward. Lurllne
(Con tinned on Page 3)
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DUBLIN, Ireland, Aug. 1. The
the Irish team by the score of seven
PAEIS, France, Aug. 1. The American athlct mre a clean sweap.
ss p mam -
hazino west porrr cadets beihstayed
0Y8TEB BAY, I. I., Aug. i. "
were suspended on a -charge of hazin '
RUSSELVILLE. Ky.. Ant'.
for P'nK apnrovM oT thennrJir
'BuTafMurXt PASO, Texu.JAuB, 1. Six
across tne noraer rronvjjxico nave uecn cni.titrsu. Tliey wers sitting
in a refrigerator car, fli' '
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CUBA ELECTIONS PUIET
HAVANA, Cubs, Ang. 1. The
The whole island is quiet,
MANILA, P. I Aug. 1. Capta'n
commander of the Asiatic Squadron.
LONDON, England, Aug. 1. Parliament has adjourned until Octo
Score by Inn. 123456789 Tl.
' Tho line-ups:
Kolo Sasaki, so.; Takahumn, If.;
Kankl, 3b.; Klikuda, p.; Koyama, r. t..
Abo 2b.; Murakami, 3b ; IIIro, c;
Koms HaniRiiku, lb.; McKonzlo,
If.; Lemon, cf.; Vannatta, 2b.; Itofij,
ss.: Jonus, c; Fern, 3b.; Hcuter, p.;
Haniauku Mrlkcg out. McKcntlo
beats out a bunt. Iomon oacrlllcea.
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he" elirht vt Point cadets
lowcr-chwcn have been
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Wisi ill III Paris
l.-7o.r nerrots lavs Leen hntliftl here
of ftwhit" mar.. , v
Chinese who fcnd been smuggled
e!c:ticns ara bciiifr held here today.
Bprber will succeed Hemphill as
nnd McKenzIo goes to third. Illll Van
uatu gets a slnclo to right field, scor
ing McKcnslo, ltoss Is out second to
Sasaki is cut fccoml to first. Ta
'.taliamn vutlcs. Kankl wnlkB, svud
Ing T.ikiihatiM to second, l'ukiid.i Is
iafe at flitt nu Ilcutor's error. Kit
jama tries to bunt nu the third strikes
and Is culled out. Abu walks, send
ing Tak'.ihntuu In. Lemon is put Into
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