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nVCNINQ IIUtXKTIN. HONOLULU, J., II.. Wi:i)NI!HI)AV, JIINI: 9. 1909
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JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
and Monument Work
City Circulation, ,
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Decision As To
Willi rcfcrcnco to Hie raco for the
Cooper Cup which wan nailed Inst
week, It Is strange that nothing hits
Icon dono to settle up the matter
of the protest ngalnst the Maggie,
which boat Is aljcgcd to liavo cut
corners during tho race.
A protest was entered as soon as
tho rnco was finished, and it should
have been settled at once. However
nothing was done at tho time, but It
was reported that a meeting of the
committee would decide the matter!
and that tho result would bo pub
lished at once.
Well, quite a number of people are
Interested In the question asv to
whero the Cooper Cup shall go, and
much speculation Is Indulged In as
to why the committee has not given
a decision. .
The trouble as regards the protest
xcems to have happened on tho run
down from Wutau rlco mill and
around Ktord Island. There are two
stakes marking the channel around
the back of the-Island, and It Is tho
I ractlco for boats to go outside the
outer mark. It Is possible to sail
between tho stakes, but tho channel
proper is outsldo both marks.
The Defiance, sailed by Schacffcr,
look tho outside course, or, as It Is
known, the channel, but the Maggie,
nailed by I.yle, wont between tho
(wo stakes and thereby It Is alleged
got a liltf advantage over tho other
Tho directions us to the courso to
be salted lit tho race nro as follows:
Starting from a lino from the
i lull house wharf to a stake boat,
thenco directly out tho channel to
tho outer red buoy, marking tho
cntranto to tho harbor, this maik
to bo rounded to port. Hack aloug
tho channel to tho striped can buoy
of tho Tcnlnsula, leaving this mark
lo starboard. Thenco along tho
channel north and cast of Ford Is
land,, leavlngthe black stake to port,
fo IT mark anchored off the Walau
rice mill, this mark to be left to
starboard! Thence following ' the
channel ropnd l'ord Island, back to
tho starting point, which must be
crossed In tho opposite direction to
that of tho start. Yachts must keep
In tho channel In all cases and not
go outsldo uny marks, buoys or
n it ii
a. c.s May go to
Tho possibility of tho C. A. C.s
making tho trip to llllo for tho
I'oilrth of July will ho considered at
Ihc regular monthly mietlng of tho
:lub, which will bo held at tho Chi
neso V, M. C. A. hall tomorrow ovc
ring at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho siiccoss of tho venturn rests
with the llllo pcoplo, and an tho C. !
. Cs only wish to be paid actual
out-of-pocket exjiciibes, It Is veiy
probable that tho trip will be mado
by the club.
no uouui mo u, A. u I wouiu draw
i big crowd of people, nnd, as the
horso races nnd other sports will lio
held ut tho saino time, a fine trip
iliould bo tho result. However, It
Ik not settled that. trip Is o bo mado
'ot, but It Is lo bo hoped so, as tho
llllo pcoplo will then sea a real good
iuiiiii of bull.
'R0QU0IS BALL FLAYERS
DEFEAT TEAM FROM BUFFALO.
The Iluffalo team of baseball plnj
rnt ran up against another snag yes
lerduy when they took on tho Iro
luols bojs at Aula Park and went
town to tho tunc of 9 to 7. I
It was a flno gamo and much more
ixcltlng than that against tho Mn
lues the day before. A great
irowd of rooers turned out to watch
'ho game, nnd tho sailors certainly
lid soino fine stunts In the ,yolllng
The Iluffalo bunch went to bat
(list, and knocked up no Io'sb than
fivo runs amidst tho screams or joy
from the Bailor contingent, who
thought that the game was as good
is vo However, tho Iroquois boys
wore far from beaten, and although
they only mado one run In tholr
first, they knocked up one mo.ro In
the third, in tho fourth the llurfa-,
'oh made ono more, and In tho fifth .
repealed mo periormunco, mo score
then standing nt 7 to 3.
This looked bad for tho local loam,
')ut they pulled themselves togeth
r and piled up no less than fivo
tuns, and then adding ono In tho
Bj Hoar or Trip.
.C i f . ,"Q r,l w T I for omo ' mc .benirq ho administers t
)lUW3e':fSyl U.'HHrl.pns toV I.Ua (! by himself nn
Sccrolarlesior other author
ized representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, thtt
Uicy may bo- Included lu the
program. Address nil commu
nications to tho 8portlng Kdl
tor. Evening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
June 10: Kabul til Cruise.
June 11: 'Marines vs. t'oit
June 11: Diamond Heads
Hall Grounds )
June 11: Country Club.
June tl: Kuplolnnl 1'ark.
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
Juno 12: Mntch
Juno 20! Moanaltin
eighth, pulled tho game out ut tho
nro and won 9 to 7.
The Murrain men have hnd sev
eral games of bull since they camo
to town, nnd seem to have enjoyed
IhcmsclM'S to the' limit There whs
to huvo been a game jestcrdnj after
noon between the.oOltcrs of the lluf
falo nnd tho 'Varsity Club, but. al
though Mime, of tho members of tho
'Vaistty Club turned out, nnd also
n few spectators, there was nothing
doing In the way of ball It ap
pears thut tho Iluffalo people found
they could not get n team together
nnd tclephouodthotfact to Mr Cas
tle, hut It was then too lato to let
Additional Sports on Page 6
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NELSON AND HYLAND
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righting Dick Jlyland put up a m
than the majorltj ot ptoplo cxpoctu
glng mutch fiom the tup of the goug
ipon his boring In methods and his o
noi much or a qulcK KnocKcr-ont; urn
for somo Ifmc before ho administers t
ft'hiH to in lii n cIuka bv httiiseir nn
R'llfVlAhi iiriw who win ml It suceossf
Yachts Sail To
morrow It has been decided to start the
jacht race to Kahului at l!:.10 to
morrow evening, and nil those who
nrc going to make the trip arc re
quested to bo on hand and ready to
go on board nt f p. in.
Tho Hawaii has -her crew all
mado up, and the lsltors' list Is also
complete. A very Jolly partjj will
bo on board tho jacht, nnd tho best
of good times Is anticipated by o
crjono. Thcyachts will probably take tho
Ice side of Motnknl. anil im Ihnv nrn
starling In the evening they should
bo nbla to about make the channol
bent In daylight. Knhulul should
bo reached before dark, and If tho
heat up tho channel Is started early
In the morning no doubt the nchtn
will reach the Maul port beforo
The secretary of tho Honolulu
Yacht Club Is In receipt or the fol
lowing letter from J. N. B. WIN
Hams, tho w ell-known' Maul sports
man: A. W. Ncoly, q , Secretary Hawaii
Yacht Club, Honolulu, Oahu.
"Dear 8lr: I am In receipt of
jour alucd faor of Juno 3, nnd
note that four or five jachts will
lenvo Honolulu ut 9 j. in. Juno 11,
to race lu Kahului hurliur and re
turn, tho first leg to finish off tho
entrance to tho harbor
''In reply to jour request, wo will
hac u stake boat anchored about
300 feet to Beaward of American
Girl iluoy, the yachts to come" to
windward and enter the harbor be
tween the stako boat and tho Amerl-
ciln-OIrl buoj. I will have on ob
crW nn tho ond of the huakwnler
to tako tho time when tho yachts
pass tho finish, and the tlmo wll be
taken as tho stern of tiio yacht
crosses tho line Joining iho stake
boat and tho Amorlcan Girl buoy;
the time will bo Kahului mean time
written li our chrouometer"Tic'r'ir"
""We will be on tio lookout) for
ou, and jou .will be' reported from
Kannapnll, that Is If you come to
tho south of Motokal and beat up tho
.channel; and If jou come lolhe
north of Molokal ho will sco you In
Plenty of time If jou arrhe In the
day time. Should jou nrrlvo In tho
night time, wo will have a lantern
on tho stako boat nnd we would ask
ueh better scrap against Hit Nelson
d and, from all accounts, It was a slug-
till tho final dccUlon KoUod roiled
apuclty for taking punishment. He Is
t is o say that most of his flgh.tggo
ho coup dp grace, Stll'4hV na'ttlc'r''
d there dnoij noLpijear (o bo nnjpntt'
uuy wnn nun.
Contains tin pa'afable qualities
that can onl be obtained by
strict adherence to scientific
principles of purity and nutri
Black Douglas Oil
Acknowledged to be quickest nnd surest remedy .for
Ever used on these Isl nds. It docs not irritate or burn,
but gives telief inunedintelv. Obtained at lending drug
stores and at VETERINARY SURGEON POTTIE'S Office,
Comer Hotel and Union.
jou to take jour own time, as It
would bo Impossible for an observe!
on the breakwater to determine with
any exactness the tlmo of crossing
the Imaginary lino as nforrsuid. ,
"The Interested people of Kahu
lui will put up a prize In tho shape
of a Koa calabash with a silver plato
on It, which I trust will bo accept
able to jour good Bohcs.
"lie anchorage: As there will bo
no ship In the harbor next Sunday,
no uriild snj that all our moorings
will be ,freo for tho jachts to use,
and we would suggest that the large
boats come Into tho Inside basin and
tie up to tho head moorings near
the oil tower; tho Bmallcr boats will
come Inside of them.
"If jou should arrhe at dnjllght,
YEE CHAN & CO.,
We have a Lafga New Shipment of
Now' on display.1, Look at our windows.
Very attractive prices.
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
fc90-904: Nuuanu St., Honolulu
tho harbor matter will be on hand to
allot jou to thn various moorings.
"I note that thif ImjH will be pret
ty ue tired out Satiirduy night,
nnd no will endeavor to do tho hos
pitable thing and lca them nlonu
for that night, but wo hopo to have
nu opportunity lo show ho mo atten
tion on Sunduj.
"I would nsk jou In wire mo at
mj expenso when jou lenvo Hono
lulu, ghlng the names n ftho boats
nnd tho loursn jou expect to tn!o.
ery slnrcrilj jours,
"J N B. WILLIAMS "
Tho Hawaii will probably win thi
race to Kuhulnl, but tho Concord
and I.ukn should show tho rest of
tho boats their heels on the run
lack to Honolulu
Lovcjoy h Co.,
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