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EVENINQ nOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, AUG. 1, 1908.
ME. RicIARD BUHIEB
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(Continued frosrFam 11.
hull down to. leeward. Lady Maud
1:04 p. m. Gwendolyn sighted,
having come about for beat up the
channel. Kam abeam. Gladys off
Hanamu nay; has been hugging
shore from start.
Cross Gwendolyn's Bow
i:zb p. m. cross now or uwenao-
Ijn two miles In our lee. Lurllne
Ave miles to leeward and ahead. Knm
two miles to windward.
1:42 p. m. came about on star
board tack. Steamer Mauna Kea
two miles off port bow. Lurllno on
starboard tack. 2 p. m. Kamebame
ha came about on port tack two'mlles
2: OS p. m. passed Qladys' bow halt
mile to leeward. 2:12 Gwendolyn
camo about three miles to leeward.
2:20 p. in. Cook's orchestra played
on deck. IMetow sang. Efforts to
raise the wind appear successful.
Lurllne Hauling Up
a: io p. m. lurline naming up. Ha
waii not pointing up well. Decided
thnt different tactics must be follow
ed. Stroud got out a book with fig
ures and found that by paying off a
point or two or three we would lose
two miles In ten or something like
that, and if the wind held this could
be coined by outfoottng the Lurllne.
This may not be according to the fig
ures, but It is the impression the talk
mado on the 0. L. K.
A Bad Move
Therefore it was that the main
sheet w,as slacked off, the fore gaff
topsail set, and the ship let off halt a
point. Then she did hum. It was
great sailing, but, as afterwards
proved, the move was disastrous and
did not follow the mathematical cal
culations. All other yachts kept
closo up toward Molokai.
6:30 p. m. came about on port tack.
Lurline on lee bow ten miles away.
Makapuu Point Just visible above the
horizon. Now a steady beat across
the channel for the far end of Molo
A Severe Calm
Wednesday, July 29. 1:30 a. m.
On starboard tack Ave miles off Ka-
laupapa. Stood off to northwest for
an hour and a halt. Ran Into rain
squalls followed by "severe" calm
for half an hour. First Mate Thurs
ton gives Logkeepcr Farrlngton In
structions on difference between a
calm calm and a severe calm. The
latter Is when you think you are
behind and wantta speedy wind the
worst war.. ., ..
At daylight Wednesday Maul
Blghted on lee bow and headlands of
it i -k .
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Molokai abeam. Wind northerly
with ship heading to windward of
Maul. Watch on deck busy whist
ling for wind and coffee. No wind,
More Squalls and Calm
3:45 n. m. Port tack, ery light
winds, and high seas. 5 a. m. rain
squalls and calm. C : 20 a. m. sighted
jacht off Molokai, probably Gwen
dolyn. Wind light and variable.
6:40 a. m. Sighted yacht off Ha-
lawn, Molokai Point. Off our lee
Cook Is Sick
6:46 a. m. Lahalna caneflelds In
view through Molokai channel. Cook
sick and no breakfast. Official Log-
keeper threatens to write him up.
Sick cook says he'll go to the Adver
tiser. Thurston, at wheel, says cook
will receive the marble heart. Cof
fee Is wanted. Cook doesn't care.
Rolls over and goes to sleep while
Official Logkeeper Indulges In airy
persiflage on the state of the weather
and danger of mutiny among a starv
And Still No'Breakfast
7: 30 a. m. came about on star
board tack off Halavya Point. Still
no breakfast. Cook on deck busily
sighting yachts. Rletow sights
Kam off Kahakuloa Point. Maul.
Gwendolen In channel. Gladys be
tween flalawn Point and Kahakuloa.
8:30 a. m. came about on port
tack. Doused Jib topsail. Also
threatened to manhandle cook, but
he doesn't respond to treatment.
Lurllne In 8i?ht
8:05 a. m. sighted Lurllne off nort
bow hull down on starboard tack off
12:15 to 12:30 p. m. Beefsteak
and onions, thanks to Alec. Great
Joy over something to cat, though we
fear that the long run off the wind
ward coast of Oahu was a mistake
and race lost.
12:45 p. ra. Gwendolyn came about
off Mallko Gulch.
12:56 p. m. Qladys came about
dead ahead, two miles.
1:18 p. ra. came about on star
board tack off Mallko Gulch. Good
breeze. Took In raalntopsall. Gwen
dol)n and Gladys dead ahead and
slightly to leeward.
Lurline to Windward .
1:22 p. m. Lurline estimated 12
miles to windward.
1:30 p. m. sighted Kam astern of
Lurllne. Nothing seen of Lady
Maud since Tuesday at 2 n. m.
1:32 p. m. Owendolyn comes about.
1:35 p. m. came about on tack in'
1:55 p. m. came about on star
board tack. "Good work," says
Thurston. Crew training up well.
2:06 p. m. came about on port
tack. Gwendolyn one mile off wind
ward beam. "
2:16 p. m. came about on star
board tack off-shore.
2:25 p. m. Gwendolyn came about
on starboard tack off-shore Huelo.
2:48 d. m. came about on port
tack. Gladys standing ln-shore.
3: OS p. m. Gwendolyn came about
on port tack. Oladys two miles hull
down astern of Gwendolyn, which Is
on our port quarter.
3:27 p. in, came about on starboard
tack. Wind dying down. Gladys
standing out. Gwendolyn off lee
bow. Lurllne dead to windward off
3:50 p. m. Qlndjs crossed our bow
on port tack.
4 p. m. crossed stern of Gladys,
ten minutes behind.
i;tu p. m. came auoui on i.aupa-
hoehoe. Gwendolyn lee beam three
2:27 p. m. port tack. Gwendolyn
abeam ln-shore near Papaaloa.
3:04 p. m. starboard taok. Wind
hauled to eastward. Tacked far out.
Figure race lost.
3:18 p. m. Gwendolyn tacked off
port. On our quarter two miles
3:24 p. m. Gwendolyn on star
3:40 p. m. about ship. Calm. No
4:37 p. m. came about off Hono-
hena village. Wind very light,
4:40 p. m. about ship. Head In
shore hunting breeze.
4:55 p. m. about ship tacking out
from Honohena again. Gwendolyn
on same tack halt 'mile behind.
Lady Maud Sighted -
i:zt p. m, tiaay Maua sigmeu over
horizon. Gwendolyn abeam. Our
boat In calm.
CM0 p. m. set alt topsails. Lady
Maud coming about on starboard
tack opposite Ookala, far out.
Nearly ready to' latlnch boat and
go'bve? to Gwendolyn when breeze
started up. Headed for Hllo again.
6:10 p. m. tried twice to come
about. No steerageway. Jibed.
Gwendolyn follows every move.
Would Take Tow
6:35 p. m. absolute calm. Would
have taken a tow to port had It of
fered. Get a Breeze
6:55 p. m. good breeze comes from
sea, contrary to weather xperts. Go
ing along In good shape for Hllo.
Long tack. , ,
10:50 p. m. off whistling buoy.
Thought Gwendolyn had beaten us
but were happily disappointed.
The conclusion of tho experts
aboard Is this: This race wbb lost
by the lone tack on the wind out
from Molokai channel. (The Hawaii
Is a steamboat In a heavy wind and
sea. In light winds she Is stock still.
The' crew had a fine trip.
The visiting yachts are the guests
f 1 t
of the citizens of Hllo on a trip to
the Volcano today. On their return
a lunch by the business men will be
given In their honor.
Commodore Wilder will take the
Hawaii back and has a bet that he
will make it In twenty-four hours.
COOPER EXPRESSES FAITH
(Continued froa Paw 1)
Intended. The weight should be
shifted from tho keel to the hull,
however, and the ballast should be
distributed so as to give 'her more
"She Is probably underBparred for
general work about here.
"I don't bolleve that In any way a
light-weather boat can be made out
of her, especially by throwing out
ballast. She Is an elegant boat In
"I believe that she ought to bo tak
en out often, by Bonieone who has
time In which to study all her quali
"There Is no doubt errors of Judg
ment In sailing her, but this should
not detract from the merits of the
boat. ,Thero is no doubt, how
ever, that she Is' not in a class with
the Lurllne In' tho weather and other
conditions of the race.
"I haven't lost faith in her, nnd
with some changes she ought to be n
"I consider that we had one of
the best amateur' crews available. Ev
ery man was enthusiastic and work
ed his utmost to havo the Hawaii
win, as much 'so as If he owned tho
boat himself. One difficulty was ap
parent. Not one of the crew had ev
er made the trip from Oahu to Ha
waii In a yacht. We had to depend
upon the advice given by tho cap
tains of schooners who have prev
iously sailed on the same route taken
by the yachts.
"Their advice did not agreo in
many points. This resulted In run
ning the bont from time to tlma as
appeared to be for the best. The
greater part of the tlmo wo wero
bunting for a wind, sending men to
the mnsthead'to see where tho wind
was the best. This was all to our
detriment. If we had only been un
der necessity of sailing the boat un
der a steady breeze, these embarrass
ing points would have been elimi
nated from the trip."
NO TIME TO L08E.
"What!" exclaimed tho first sum
mer girl in a tone redolent with sur
prise. "You don't mean to say you
became engaged to that young man
within three hours after being Intro
"That's exactly what I said," replied
rummor girl No. 2. "I'm going to
make a record this season, and can't
afford to devote any moro tlmo than
that to one man."
HAWAII HAD OPEN
HOUSE AT ST. PAUL
(St. Paul Pioneer Press, July 17.)
The week that has Just closed has
set a new high water mark for Shrln-
ors' conclaws. Newr before hat
there been such a conclao, neer
hao the pilgrims struck an oasis
where they were so hospitably re
ceUed or where they wero kept so
busy halng a good time, and noer
before have so mauy gathered In one
uasl8 at one time.
When tho St. Paul Shrlnvrs went to
Los Angeles a year ago and there se
cured the next conclatc for St Paul,
Ihey realized that they would lime to
"go some" to beat thu entertainment
which Los Angeles gae But the)
came homo and they "went somo" and
now Loulswlleo will !iae the time ol
her llfo trying to outdo tho Saint next
We have been to all tho conclaes,'
said a Shrlncr yesterday, "hut this
conclavo has them all beaten bcvui
ways. Did you boo tho official pro
gram which the local commlttvo gae
out? Well thero wero a dozen things
for ecry day, something to keep the
pilgrims busy from early Sunda)
morning until tonight. Thero was so
much doing that no ouo of them could
tako It all In. Everything wuh free
theaters, boat rides, balls, receptions
ceremonial sessions, excursions ano
The Electrical Display.
"The electrical illumination ncro
far excelled anything wo liata ee
seen. In St. Paul it was not only one
street that was Illuminated, but wher
ovcr you went downtown thero was a
blaze of light. Tho emblems on the
lamp posts were a new and dlstlnctlc
teaturo and tho oterhcad wiring sur
passed former illuminations.
"The electrical parado was a now
feature and a most brilliant one. St
Paul entertained twice as many pat
rols as any other city has eer done
The highest number before this war
nineteen, nnd St. Paul has Just thirty
eight, Just doublo tho pralous high
mark. Tho Idea of halng tho parade
In tho exenlng when they streets were
Illuminated was a new Idea and thou
sands of peopln from outside tho city
camo Just to see that parade.
"The estimates as to tho number of
cople that camo to St. Paul during
the week vary, but a safe estimate It
about 25,000 Shrlnors and ladles, to
which must be added tho largo num
ber of people from nearby cities who
came to seo tho parades and the
Done Itself Proud.
"I havo talked with Shrlners from
almost every tcmplo uud they hate all
expressed tho samo opinion, that St.
Paul has outdone anything they have
oer seen. They were kept on tho go
from early morning till early nexi
morning and they bad not seen It nil
They never had such a Jolly tlmo and
It Is no wonder they wero sorry to
leave St. Pour. St. Paul has. dono It
self pround with Its royal entertain
ment. Not only the members of Os
man tcmplo, but the citizens generally
have Joined In and helped with nil
their might to mako tho week a win
ner." There Is hardly any way of cstlmat
Ing how much monoy tho Shrlners left
in tho city. Most of this has gone to
tho hotels and restaurants, to dealers
In souvenirs and refreshments and to
places of amusement.
Ono of the proprietors of ono of the
big department stores said yesterday
that their sales had not been percepti
bly Increased during tho week. At
tho souvenir counters they had done a
brisk business, but In other depart
ments ho had not noticed any In
crease. "But," ho added, "while wo ha not
benefited directly, wo benefit Indirect
ly for the merchants, will eventually
share in tho money that has been left
here, and It tho udvcrtlslng helps build
uo'the city wo will sharo in that."
Aloha Temple of Honolulu has some
unique decorations. This Tcmplo ir
keeping open houso and entertaining
visitors with refreshments at their
headquarters at tho Ryan. Others who
aro keeping open Iioubo nnd receding
visitors at tho Ryan aro Abdallah and
Uls of Kansas, Alco of Savannnh. Ga ,
Syria or PltUuurg, Pa, and El Maldu
at El Paso, Texas.
If n man is as
old as ho fools,
then theso fel
lows must bo
about ten years
old. They don't
intend to grow
old. They know
that Ayor's Sar
now life, strength,
'vigor. Makes them
Improves tho appetite, aids
digestion, keeps tho nerves
strong and steady, and tho
brain clear and active.
is a great provontivo o
Bright'a diieabo and other
kidney affections. It purifies
tho blood, restores good appe
tite, sound digestion, aud
A now mmlc, Ayer' Sarsa
parilla contain no alcohol.
There aro manv imitation
Be sure you got "Ayer's."
Tttfni it Dr. J. C A,ir A C. , tml, Hin , U J A.
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