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THIRD BOAT IN
At five m'luutcs iant seven o'clock
Inct night the Mollllou flnlshcil her
long race from San Pedro to Hono
lulu. The gallant llttlo yawl was
Inst In the trana-r.icinc rate, lint
Bho did well to cover the long Jour
ney In the lime she did. The actual
time ot the Molllloii, from starting
line to Ilnlshlng point, wan 1 1 days
7 hours f minutes 10 seconds; taking
off her allowance of eight hourH, her
lime wan 1 1 dajH 23 (lours 5 minutes
The Hawaii' won the race by a
innrgln of 17 hours in minutes 37
seconds actual time over the Sweet
heart, m:il hy 27 hours 41 minutes
10 seconds actual time over the Mol
lilou. Four years ago the I.urllne niaifo
the trip down in 1- days and 21
hours. It Is thought that If the
trade winds had heen anything like
inual, all three jucIiIb lu tills year's
rnie would have beaten "tlin" record.
The Hawaii -was on u 12 day schedule
right up till within tiro-rl.TjB-oft1iT
Mulsh. It was then that the wind
dioppcd and for foity-clght hours I
the local ho.it did not make much
hcadwa). ... I
At a iniarter to live o'clock jca-1
terday nttcruoou tho whistle blowl
and signaled that the Molllloii was
oft Koko Head, At once n paity
went down and hoarded tho Kula.
manu II. and started out to meet the
last of tlio trans.-I'aclrtc racers.
When Diamond Head was reached,
tho feed pipes of tho launch clogged
and the engines went on tho hllnk.
After a lot of hard woik tho Kula
ninnu had to return to Alukoa strcot
wharf. Young llros., launch was
then chartered, and another start
made to reach the finishing linn bo
foro tho Molllloii an I veil. Tho yawl
was, however, met outside tho har
bor and tho launch es orted her in
to the dock,
Kinncls II, Smith, owner of tho
yawl, boarded tho nift lu tho har
bor and congratulated Commodore I..
T. Ward on the showing tho boat had
made. Tho Mollllou is larger than
tho Sweetheart, but docs not carry
anything llko tho name spread of'
All three commanders report that
the wind was light during tho wholo
voyage down, and that had tho
breeze been a trifle stronger tho loc
ord from the Coast to Honolulu
would surely have been beaten.
The Molllloii covorcd 177 miles tip
till noon on Monday, July 11, and
did IDS miles the next day. Her
longest run was 197 miles, and her
lowest 130. The Sweetheart's best
was 200 and her least 130. Tho Ha.
wall did 20!i once, and 130 on her
slowest twenty-four hours.
Tho Mollllou wont further south
than tho Hawaii and Sweetheart, and
consequently covered n longer dis
tance Tho first and second boat In
tho raco followed nearly the samo
rourso, und after running down to
N. l.at. 27, mado an almost direct
Una for Hawaii.
The handicaps of the trans-Pacllfc
race wore, calculated on tho basis of
thlrtywlMfUs'-.fttr-ovnry foot of ox-'
cess In length over all, Tho Hawaii
had to glvo an nllownnco to both
the other yachts. Tho local rncer Is
70 feet over all, tho Mollllou DC feet,
RACE ARRIVES SAFE AND SOUND
"It's cThe Fashion"
TDANQDAHEir MsaAa- BOXING EXPERTS FEEL I -".
and the Sweetheart ft3 feet. Tin
Hawaii gave the Mollllou eight hours
stall, and Hie Sweetheart eight and' "
a half houis, and, nevertheless, won ..,. .. .un
tho race with a big margin besides. SAINTS, FUNS, N. 0. H. AND
The tians-I'ocllle race this car.' ALL-MILITARY TEAMS PLAY
has satislled people that the Hawaii i
can sail miiiic, and that it nil the'
other yachts that were supposed to ArranRemcntl May Bc Madc That
have started In the event had taken fitart Uood ftt 0,d
part, tho Hawaii Would have prcb- L 0rounds-Bcttinr Spoil,
ably beaten them all. inR 0ftmMi
Tho nice. In n way, was not nullo "
the big affair that was anticipated.' It ,, ,,, th!ll ,,UclllI)l wtn bo
and the failure of four or live other mil to ol.g,lnI0 IiubcuiiII league
yachts to take part lu the event wns
very disappointing to everybody. 0ahu Allllin( N 0, ,i. uml Ai.Mii
However, the win of the Hawaii will ltur). ,,,,, w, (uku )mrl Tic
glvo the game a boost In Honolulu. I110,cment ,ug been staitcil, and It
ami iwo jcais ironi uo aiw r.iv.o
Now that the Ilnwnll has won tho
ra e. u question arises as to whotlicr
tlio next trniis-lMrllle event will sUrt
fiom Honolulu or tho mainland. Tho
iihiich now rcpo.,.j hi iiiinui.ii.i, ......
n ik up ... ..... uwiu.ni. ... n.-...
nrhls down to Hawaii al.d race back
to the iiialiiland tor the honors.
Tlio Vllltlllg llCllt8men lire llClllg
enti'italned In the city, and on Sat-
uiilnj night next tho big ball will
bc given ot the Monna llolel. and It
piomltes to lie mo oesi ever.
The time nnd handicaps for me
r!i.iit..ri.r.i.e .iri.L ricu wltu b iu.-
D. h: M.
Actunl time .... II
Handicap, X'j hr. II
Actual ttnio .... 1"
Handicap, 8 lir,. . II
Tomorrow afternoon an All-Mill-
tfit-t liiiunlinll nlnn will mice IHOrO
uikie'wasedas the fo.low.
lug men havo been nskcl lu turn
up to practise this afternoon:
National Oiiard OSulllvuli, Wulk-
cr and Townscnd.
Sinclair and Slurp.
Kort Hugcr Daly,
I'lfth Cavalry Dell
'.- . u ,. m r,.n 1 e..,n Kent
Iort Shartor-McCall, Lenin. Kent
"" " "' K"ow " auuul ' name ......
k, - ..! q,,,,,!,.. iuhi tho h0 '" "" correct H "ny "'.un " J
, Al , ,...f . e'.m ro ,n "''' ,M!,"- of l-0.ta MW the
bome team defeaed a '" '-.dltmited play on Satuiday last, and
llhl-kal """'""J- "' 'J..lhcy all s..y that Cl.llllngwortl. was
T.""5? nlrv ru,e V.Zes , ..llr,B,,, ,loW0VCr' urrt"'" " ."Uf
ed the battery for the Wullcles ami ,he jaiallcbB raI18 treU tlic o)u ooy.
did good work.
. .,.11, t n, rnllowlnc rcn.1""11 cur nnu c ' . 7 ,. ,.
There Is talk of IU f. owing rep lected. ,luwovcr, u resolved Itself
resenting tho Saints In a bbiho l(o the m M nRulli Uowcr
!Wl'l:I nSiJS ' Dreler.
,." ,'.' l a,. iriniK and u,"l"ro- .
rnuco. Ireltas. hn Sue, llruns and Tiwe Bhmli, 1)lcnty , room (
WIlllHiiiB. tW(1 leagues .ne at tho old ground
. ... ,. 7rT7,...,. avIII l,ol",ul "c ul thB All,,.ctlc I'"k but
1 '" "" ""' """";; " "... ,
an interesting etc. u ... . -
me presence . ""!"'"' " -.e I ,u,er0'tcU "' atem" aan ,,H lo water enemies, but whoso size pro
will add to the splflt of the game, nporl . ,,, of rca, K(M,(, y iiu .
- , v.TTm wVli IP... tour
Hntry books for tho Wall Cup tour
lianicnt nio now open at tho Here-
tanla tennis cluhhousn. and will re-
'main open till Saturday.
... ,,.., ... H ..... .,....., tIlu
I1UJ. bo timl llcxl Bcaau ,u.re will helping fist every nftcruoon. Pat
uc bomc BOO,i ba ,aJl,,i t the old was lu pretty good fettle beforo he
t,neB Krjlg. u , piopoaed tonarlcd totraln, and now Is ready to
JlUj Rillt.B 0 s.,turjUJB liniI a ,ngt for ,6 ifc.
ill( u1(1 Cllltun uamscy of tlio Ma Larry Twooniey Is a busy man now-
lllCg Mt.lellulll 1IowcI, or Kort'adays, and ho Is arranging every-
SUtcr. und lxirrlu Andrews wero
, rcnot ,t Ul0 ucxl mcctlnB r
t(J M.lry Athctc Asoclallou.
T.., f,,.,.., . wl. c,,.,.!,.,,,, In
01,-j, ntluti ns befoic, und the Junlorsl
w(-, p,ny U1(1 awolg iheiniclves.1
Tlolo IluB uct. gomo trouble down
Ht (ho Athletic Park with refereuco
fn limiilfntl lull nifitlt tt litis ItMllflu
tc,.D,g to huvc arisen because tho Orl-
.., . ., ,.. .,., ., . ..,.
cutftl fans thought that they had not
got a square deal lu connection with I
... . ... .
sdino clobc dcclsious. Another tiling
that has been spoken of boforo In
there columns Is tho open liettlns
that has been going on at the park!
' on Kuiidnjs. That Borl of thing I
should bo stopped Just as much. If
not more, than uny ordinary "7-11"
. Tlio now lcugue should do well at1
ial R duwi ;url still. JudglnBl
. ... .1. . .... 1...11I
ko nnjr nlcrcBl Uie port. It
(g l(J jB,,auek0 wno nm,e t10 At,.
. ,. ,, k IKMUll).ei uml .. vcry gmu
l"",-1o't"K f other nationalities ut-
Imi.l llip.n. ll mav mn... to It that
1 " -"
'the Jupaiiete bu allowed to ruu base-
...... U .. tl.nl. ....... ... ..... till.
. ball games of their owu at the Alii-
Ictlo Purk before vcry long.
I Several kicks have been made by
' tho J"lmnc" uBal''t decisions of ,akes aa , w,lcro ,ho ,noBflut
iiplre Uenry chln?wor,ht KI.MBbouni,fc Tno K0,(, ,h 0, whlch
Lott Uu(lB0 ,Mat thcy worked so well
"" Ilul lttre to tl,r" u" U"a UCt ",lh. W.nocle. ollvaceus. tho ...ore
Judging from mo iook 01 uiings. u.
, only way to got the public proper y
. u, ban up lo a jCccnt pitch.
-.r n,ntH cirds on nl ,
th. Bulletin otrics.
Cordcll and Cornyn Arc Almost
Ready to Step Into Ring Con
test Promises To Be Good One.
Jack Cordcll Is working hard nt
tho Murine Camp and ho Is getting j
Into tho heat poudblo condition for)
his go with Pat Cornyn, which Is
lAiicuuicci 10 iase place on aaiuruay
Joe McUitrn Is looking after C'or-j
dell, mid tho" game little Irlshniiii i
gives his charge plenty of worl. to1
do, What with sparring, skipping
und punching the bag, Cordcll Is
looking himself once mode. He
should nuke Cornyn extend hluibclf
to the limit over tho llftceu-ioiind
(ouri-o on Satuiday night at the
Pat Cornyn Is working out nt I'ort
Shatter, mid brother Pick Is glvluj; n
tiling for Saturday night. The pre
Jliuluaty. promises to he ji good oiu,
too, and Sarionl will go up ag-jiuH
a good man In Maddlson, who knuwH
,nw ... pIvp m,,l li.Ln .. ....nrl.
TlckeU aro going off well for thx
evening's fun, and the prospects of n
crowded lioute aro bright. Tho ref
ereo will be felectcd today, and n
fin A mnli la mm rtnitfl tin unmlrAil Till
fights will be on tho square, and tw
good bouts should eventuate.
- . - ,. - . ,. ATT TWT
NEW ENOLAND blU
Those of the Pest. Not Devoured Jta
Be Scared to Death by Terrify
CAMimiUCK, Mass., July C. -Dr.
SdllluoI oa,,(IU, of Harvard and
.... ....a-......- .... ...... ...
uiuer bcie.Hisin piu .orin inu p.upu-
,, 0 t. .toninatlng the mosquito
. . . .
,CBl ,t rf t,;
ductlon and ci
... fcII.,M ,
iighind by the Intro
ccllmatlng of gold llsh
species of cyprlnodouts tutu
Uloro l0 urcaUy Inny tho
Chnrlcs Itlver. aro great lovers of
mo,qUow ,, Ulolr ,.,, blll lho
,,,', , wl, moro nclhu
,, (M I)Clletra,0' ,a(eB here the
"or 8l"BSlh gold n.h can not.
,, ,,.,, r rlln,
ammilI1). b). tliq blteg of mosqultoc8
Infected with germs. Dr. Garman
be,eveB that , ,,, l0 10 fllIl.
,... ,VE,,r,M ..mil and
'piollllc spoclcs, the hctenindrln for-
bfl ,,r,IB,t anJ ure(, , 10 ,10rtlirn
fumnrieg u)u, ,, away wth the ,.
u ,,, of TOmg many f
,h uo ,, nnVB tller ,11(,uri
- , mrtfllt ,, Iufo fol-wa K
. . -.
Saturday, July 30
TAT CORNYN of San Francisco
Fifteen Rounds Fifteen
Championship of Hawaii
BUGLER SARCONI vs. ED MADISON
Camp Very San lYanclico
Time Called Eight-Thirty
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