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KVENINO lltlLLKTIN. 1I0N0U1I.U, T. It., My.SDAY, JULY 2S. 1910. , t 'f'&M
We hnvc in utock the well-known OTTO, also the GOU
HAM, both high-gradj engine. When you want an engine
for pumning, hoisting, running electric lighting plants or
any other machinery, or if you wish an engine for a fast
launch or for a freight boat, call on us and let us show
j on what wc have anl quote you prices.
Supplies of all sorts for the engine room.
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v 41 if i $M XT i
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Yacht Hawaii Is Sailed
To Glorious Victory
WE CLAIM OUR MEAT IS SUPERIOR BECAUSE WE
KEEP IT IN A CHILLING ROOM FOR A DAY DEFORE
IT ISPUT ON THE BLOCK. IT IS NOT FHOZENUST
SANITARY AND TENDER.
W. F. IIEILBHON, Proprietor
I Tho yncht looked well nml tlicro was under our Ice. Wo ato Carrying all
no sign of rough wonther to bo seen; possible "Sail, with laliopn Jib.' 4 p
llio crow wore nil In Rood licalth and . The Sweetheart U half a wllo
I'rlnco Cupid looked tho real thing an n'cail and picks up A be.c, w''
'ho leaned over the rnll and waved to w nro "IrHllnB ulong )fi, almost a
' people ho knew on the Knlumami nnd ,lal ri,l,n- Bkldbtadmle Owe. along-
other Miiall boats that .iilckly got l,,' nni1 M8 KVbrc. Boon after
underway ami Vent out to meet tho ''' " wo r the wind and begin
, , to pull awn from the Mollllml. i,
yacnt. iv.. .... i,. i.. i.. . i
Captain WlhUTbrouRht hla boat to ,,.,, Ie fthMllaK tho
Sweetheart fast. 0 p, in.: We aro
alongside of the Swittheart. Wo
tho entrance of the harbor and then
tho health authorities Inspected the
crew. I;vcr)thlng nan found to be
O. K, and .soon tho Hawaii wax
brought nlongsldo of tho Alakca iitreet
wharf, where a Iuiro crowd had con
gregated to welcome the trnns-paclllc
Captain Wilder slated that tho yacht
had come along al a Iwohe-ilay rate
'of Hpecd up till Thursday last, when
'the wind dropped and thu Hawaii
'drifted about In a calm for forty-eight
, hours. The lirccro frralieneil up on
'Sunday morning and then the yacht
made excellent tlmu to tho llnlidilng
According to the log of tho Hawaii
the yacht una becalmed off Catntlna
lalaml from 3 till 4 o'clock on tho firm
day out. Tho cablo received In Ho
nolulu wait, therefore, correct.
TIWIfiWaTl "muifi7 TSSmllMTtr thr
Rive the hoa three chectn and thou
Jay Rood hjo. Wo ale iiowj.wcll paat
"atnllna Uand and approlchlng'San
('lemeiilc Island ? p in, Wo aro
lending the Hueeihcart about two
ullea and the MoMHoii by three
in 1 1 or Wind la holding nlid It looka
ir though no ate going lo slip past
'ho Island In good chape. 7:30 p.
in.. We are now abeam the couth
end of Sal. Clcmentp Iflaml, fifteen
tiilln to eastward 8 in.: Tho
Sneethenrt la hull down (intern,
ibout live miles, and the Mollllou Is
'inly n vpei li on the horlion. ChTinRed
ourM to S by W. I: midnight:
Wind Ft Ml holding fresh from the
a est. with Kinoolh tea. -
Monday, July II I n. m.: Wind
till holding wcnterly, and c nro
'ogglng uliie'knoln. S a. m.4 Wind
i ml io.i iiiii'haugeil Take -lit hal
first twenly-four houra; the best ill. r,,M J"' ,,,, ""!"naira tasall) nml
tance don, wan 20.-, mllea In tentyB,,t N: T...JI.U "1'- -ChSfngca
TIIK HAWAII irMlKIt SAII,
scaled her victory over the Sweet- Tho Hawaii wan sighted off Knkti
heart and Mollllou. I Head nt 2.2U yesterday afternoon and
Thn prldp of Honolulu hna won a at onco tho whlstlo wiih sounded to
trnns-pacitlc raro after two attempts; let people know (hut It una tho. home
shn fully justified tho trust that wasjlioat that was lending. A rush of
reposed In her nnd Captain Wilder towhsieoplo took place and soon Aa
and hla crow nro all to bo compliment ikea wharf whs crowded with people
'cd on tlio Rrnnd showing they made. who were anxious to greet tho yachts-
Tho Hawaii gao big hundlcaps to too men who linn lirougnt llio local uonl
four hours, ami tho low cut wan 105;
tho average run wiih llif, miles.
I Tho Kwertlirnrt wna allowed a
hnndlcap ol seven and a half hours
and' tho Mollllou received eight hours
I The crew of the Hawaii had a great
tlmo on tho Coast and wore enter
tnlned everywhere. The South Coaet
Club waa thrown open to them, and
they madd their headquarters there,
Tho rrobou the Winsome did not
etart was that her owner Is only a
lad, who fluted a lot over detallH, and
who. although tho South Coast Club
offered to finance tao trip, would not
to in e tip to the sciatch at the Inst
moment, Tho oilier yachts that were
siipposeu in i,o in uio rare couia not
hccuro creB for m long a voyage and
they had to withdraw from tho race.,
Sunday, July 10 It: 10 n.'m"'
Slipped our mooring and standing
out for breakwater. 12 noun: .Start
ing gnu Is DroJ nnd wu crnsi tho
line u fow so'-oudi) later. Tho Molll
Ion In In leewnid and lending by n
fow yurds Tho Sweetheart Is a lit
He lute it and to windward. Set
i oiii ho S. b. Iv Soon after irosslug
tho Hue thu wind frth"ncd and we
overhauled and passed the Mollllou.
Tho Sweetheart dead astern. Wind
very light from writ, with smooth
sen. '1 p. m.: Wo aro still In lend
nnd heading o clear Catnllnn bland
about flvo mill's to eastward, 3 p.
in.; Wind lias dropped, leaving u
with Just sleorago way. Sweetheart
overhauls and passes us to leeward.
The Mollllou comes up and hangs
nurse to HW. by S. Weather cloudy,
with high fog t'nablc to get morn,
lug slRht. 12 noon: Wind fitlll
westerly. Changed coureo to, BW,
let fairly good sight at noun. I -it.
in dog .10 uiln 30 ecc. N i p. ni.:
'let sight for leng. worked back to
ion, I 111 dog. 32 mill 30 sec. W.
Mttnnro made. Rood 185 miles. 8
m : Wind linuln tn NV. nnd fresh
: i '( 'It rei, Cou'rie clfanfjotMo
in, i ti iz nii'inieiu; wind omi
holds NW.. with nn Incre.iclng sea?
las been crv cold all dar '
Tuesday. Ju'r 12. I a, ni.: No
haitxc. In genei.il loiidltloui. -8 a.
iu HHyvTercuRt th high Ior: tin- '
3hfctolialn luornlng slchlWV'Init
jtld-foa. about the uaine. ., J nOQtis
tSt. 2S. dcg. S3 uiln. N.; lifng. 12J
leg. Ill mln. W Distance ninde,
good 2U&. miles. 3 p in,: Wind h.ii
milled tn "northward Took In No.
I an3 ret No 2 Jilt toptall 4 p. in.:
Vt Hibernian's staycall. Too cloudy
for afternoon sight. Logging nine
o nine nnd seven tenths hnota. 9
p. m.: Took In No. 2 Jlh top&til and
"ct balloon jib. 12 midnight: Wind
light, NW.: smooth 6?n.
Wednesday. July 131 a., m.-f
Wind still light, NVj;"ii,mooth tea.
(Continued on Pane 12)
other two yachts and sho cinched Ilia
victory by reaching Honolulu well
ahead of her rivals and thoy, not
withstanding their hundlcaps, could
not fool It wllli tho local boat
iu first after tho long menu run from
Thn Hawaii made good tlmu from
Diamond Head to llio entrance to tho
harbor, nnd thu Knlumnnu II, which
Tho Sweelhenrl wns sighted nt 8-301 hud gono nut tn meet tho trans-pacific
thlii mqrnlng and by that tlmo alio was racer, did not rch'ctt'tho nnnrrrmg lino
a long way out of Ihorace. Her hand-; In tlimi-fo see the HawahW-rosH It.
Iran wiih of no avail In her; sho ! Commodore jaeger nan a largo pnriy
Just fourteen days, three hours and
twenty-three minutes nfter she nailed
from San I'cdro, tho yacht Hawaii wol( lnvo hn,i t un by midnight on board the Kalumanii and the trim
reached tho finishing point off Din- n3t lght to hnvo n chanco of wlnnlttB, launch ran down nnd sniutei tno na
mond Head yesterday afternoon nnd fiom tho Hawaii. I '""
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