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ONE EVENT IS
Knhio aiul Judge Robertson
. Win Special Pair
CLUBS AND WHARVES
Jj IRON GEO BY CROWDS
Victory .crowned thu Myrtles oiko
mm it today In what seems aFstirod
Jobo ilnyiiaB"4tlin hioat successful
lieeattu liay IUinfTilii Ima ever en-
t. lycd. ' - ,
The races woro keenly cohtesled
niiil exciting, ami tlio weather was
No Fines on Yachts.
' Oiu thins which was remarked on
tho Hawaii wait that nemo of tlm
railing craft wuro decorated forjte
B.itta Day. Nearly all tho steam
trart In tho harhor were, showing
bunting mid flags, hut of the whole
Heel (if sailors niiclioieil ult tlm
Myitlo cluh thurn was nut una which
dieosod for tho day.
At the. clubhouses hoth balconies
wuro crowded, ns well as- tho whi
tlows which (ommandod a view of
Hip course. Music was furnished
during the lulls In tho racing
.Iinpromiitu dances woro held from
time li time, and Murine nearly all
the time thu mutdelans wern playing
theio were sonio couides on tho lloor
most of tho flmo It wan ciowded.
Itotli clubs worn excellent hosts,
and refreshments In groat quanti
ties woro rerved.
Pent Mortems Held.
Thorn wero many post mortoms
held after the nveuts wore finished,
This whs especially trim of tlm fat
. men's rate. Thnnipton said It was
Chlllliigwnrth, and tlm latter laid It
all In Thompson all In n friendly
As a matter of fact, Thompson
raya that the courso was ton' miles
lone Instead of half a mile, llo was
ro near all In before the finish that
ho thought he was hlttlliR tho cox
tnvnln In tho faro each time he took
On tho Hawaii refreshments were
parked down below, and It was open
house to evoryono on board.
Saved the Day,
It was tho Junior pair-oar rnrff
that saved the day for tho llcalauls,
their crew winning this event by n
oiupln of lengths and thus keeping
the Myrtles from raising tho "clean
cwoop" sign from their lioiibo n
thing they havo ilnno for the past
llvo years In regular retattas.
Ecnlcr Rix-Oaird Ilatuc.
At llvo nilliutim past nine the Myr
tle wiilur crew look tho water nnd.j
tlllllll I'llFPIN, rnwotl off to the html
I lip point of Ilin Drill race The
llralniils woro n row uiliiiii" inii.
Mini llioy, liu, wuro Hlvsn u muting
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FIRST RACE SENIOR Sl.'I-OARED BARGE.
1 Myrtles. Time, 14 win. 40 4-5 tec.
2 Healanis. Tinrc, 15 min. 35 3-5 sec. '
SECOND RACE FRESHMAN &IX-0ARED BARGE.
1 Myrtles. Time, 11 min. 34 4-5 sec.
2 Healanis. Time, 12 min. 0 4-5 tec.
s THIRD RACE.
Special pair-oared rn:c. Distance, "half mile. Won by Myrtle crew
rimcc Kuliio ami Judge A. G. M. Robertson fiom Charles Chilling
worth nnd Ftnnk Thompson. Time, 4 min. 3 3-5 tec.
Six-paddle canoe. , Won by Kcna crew
nnkcokc, thiid. Winners time, 7 min. 12-5
Senior pair-oar. Won by Myrtles; a-.c, 1 min. 41 0-1
lams' time, 1 min. 51 3-10 sec, ' . -i-' ' ,'
Foitr-p,iddlc canoe. 1, "A," Konn cicw; time, G min. 224-5 sec:
2. Outrider Club (Imolc)j 3, E Mauheola. '
Junior pair.car. 1, Healanis: time. 1 min. 47 2-5 sec: 2, Myrtles;
time, 1 min. 52 1-2 sc. .
Four-paddle cance. 1, Imnukaikcana; time 2 min. 64 4-5 sec; 2,
Imaukialolm; 3, not placed.
slowly follfiwed by tho second bargo.
At D:2D tho starting gun wan
lirt'il mill the two boats leaped away
from the Halting lino between thu
llnckfold nnd Inter-Inland wharves.
Thorn wero tiemeudous clieora
from tho crowds tilling nil nvallablo
ttanillng room on nolgliborlug
wharves, and as tho barges swept on
their way, launches bearing oillclala
and spectators followed closely In
Tho .Myrtles had tho Inside course
at tho ktiii t, and ns tho oars hit tho
water, when tho llag went down, tho'
IluahinU wen to it at a great pace.l
Tho .Myrtles hit up a slower, stead-'
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virfiiioi's 3ii;t!j kih:siima.
E Maukcoht, second; Ha
sec; second, 7 min. 3 4-5
10 sec. Ilea-
lor fctroKo. nnd wern taklnir It e.isv.
Passing tho Judges' lm.it, on the way
up In the turn, the Myrtles wero
leading hy two boat lengths.
Down tho longlitii'tch to tho en.
franco of tho 'harhor the crows bat
tled for sitprema.'y. I
After getting away first nnd hold
ing the lead for n time, tho rlca
lnnls slowly dropped behind tho
Myrtles nnd tho latter rounded tho
oulm' mark llvo lengths In tho load.
At tho Turn. .
The crews werQ makjug n slroko
of tblrty-twi) Jilst' before teaching
tho Hist turn, and aftor the turn
was made tho Mvrtles lncreuied
their lead until at tho time of pass
L vS Afj "&& fiJIuWti r?ESBPfllfcn mf
ing th6 Alyrt.lr'xitibhoiio they wcio
Mi i leu lengths In tko lead,
I he M.nlpx led nil tho way and
won witli tho greatest ease by some
txynty lengths. Tho timo was:
Myilles, 14 min. IC4-." see.; Hea
lauts. in mlu. :trfn-u see. It was a
hollow ra o and caused no excite
ment. Ftcshman Six-Oared Barge,
A goo-1 start saw both crews lilt
the wator nt tho sanin moment. The
Myrtles, rowing In tho Alf. lingers,
tried to get away, but the Healanis
rtlick to them. At tlm Mvi-tle slieil.
tho lleahiulh led by half a length,
and wero rowing well. At tlio turn
tho boats were nearly abreast, but tho
Alf. ItoReiH caino around quicker
than the llealnnl, and the race prom
ised to he a good one. On tho homo
ftreteh The boatB raced neck nnd
no-k, and no one could pick tho
1'aKslng tho Myrtle shod die Myr
tles hit up a great pare and walked
away from the Healanis. lucreas
Ing their lead at overy stroke, the
Myrtles (lashed over tho lino win
ners by ten lengths. Times: Myr
tles, 11 min. 31 I .ft see.; ilenlanls,
12 min. n !" tec.
Special Pair Oar.
1'rlnet" Cupid and Alec. Itobertson
wcio the llrxt out. anil thev not a
great cheer as they paddled to tho
Hturtlllf? liolnl. Pluirlli" rhllHiii- I
worth and Fran I; 'Thompson caino!
uver to the Judges' ho.it, and they
caused it hugn laugh hy each hold
ing n cigar In his mouth. Kven tho'
cox. had a cigarette to pull nt, nnd
tho Joke was a good olio.
Chaillo Chllllugworth and Thomp
rou rhaffed their friends and were
tile causo of cheers.
The boats got to tho starting lino
and theio was much Jushln'g from
everybody. Offers of towlnir lines
u-mn llii-im'ti ,mt lit-fviilHiut (iti.l I1...I
Hlght at tho start It was appar
ent that theio was going to bo a
(Continued on Face 2)
(.lnrl.'ilil 1'itm fftlile.)
WASIIINOTON, I). C, Sept. 17.--The
IlKht nKalust thu Irregular metli
' oils of the Siicar Trtist will bo con
tinued by tho Government in an at.
tack on tho organization under thu
iiti'l triiHt laws.
Next week a petition wlllie tiled
In the I'edernl court at New York
city asking for tho dissolution of
tho American Sugar UpIIiiIiik Coin
uaiit liiinun as the Sugar Trust.
TAFT'S EDICT FOR
I Amnel.ili il I'ress faille.)
WASHINGTON. I), a. Sept. 17.
I'.oldeiit Tuffs formal edict has
gone forth lecogulzlng tho progress-
tve Uepuhllcnim as entitled to pat
1 lon.-ige equally with tho regulars.
I'he letter written a fOw days ago
b. Secretary Norton, setting fortlf
tho poiiltloii of tlio 1'iesldent, has
iiecu forwarded to tlm head of the
department! In the city. Theg do
partmcut heads have been Inforiueil
that the letter was atitlinrli'd by
AKMoehili-d I'n-Hs Cahli-.)
.SYltACI'Si:, N. Y.. Sept. 17.
Colonel Hoosevelt nildresx'd an audi
mice of fifty thousand peoplo hero
today. The colonel's spec'.-h was an
exposition of the faith of tho pro
gressive llepuhllcans and was well
ro el veil.
Convention Harmony Prevails
At Gathering of the
(KlKflul llilllilln ferresponili lice. )
HII.O. Sept, 15. The most conspi
cuous feature or the Hawaii Ilopubll
can County convention that mot this
week was the absolute harmony which
prevailed. Tilings had been admir
ably managed, and whatever contests
then" were, wero fought out In cau
cus, wltli the icsiilt that in the con
vention Itbelf every candidate as
(Continued on Pae;e 8.)
Afier a rst of about live mouths In
Japan, whom she went lo recover
ftoiu a nervous nltaek mid worry
over Iho illUlciiltloH i-he was In. and,
lo'lli'Vini! hlie liad icihui led sulllcleilt
I" in l.ue the in deal that she surely
miiHt fine when shu loaches Ihe co-iki
I im hi (-tnilili is r'turnlliR In linn
I' mil' In the t'liljo Mnru, to fiou
H. i ii I !r 1 1 ii i Uo.
I K i did I' lliuke of C.illloni! i
ip.' is i.nn'cd a InitlliH li'H'll III
ill. ' I in limns iiii'iiiiiiiul to ib n a
IPnilliminl mi 1Mb fl
School " of Instruction at For
Shafter Evidence of Interest
In Citizen Soldiers
Tli.it tlm war department mS lurimd
with kwn inleioHt to Hiiwali as n
base for homy military development,
and that llic Immediate fntim. will
see plenty of organized effort to pro
mote Mich development in ii Island
aio Ibo tttifl.Ig facts that slick out of
the special camp located at Kurt Shaf
ter as a school of liisti'ii'iloti for Hit,
ollloor or tho tenltoilal national
1,'iidor tho direction of l.Ieul. Col.
I- Milliard. V. K. A.. Hi
n.,cl this liiiirnlnn Col. It,
laid tins outiiu to the Islands to lire-
side over the kcIiooI, which Is in ef
fect n war college. It Is the. first
school of tho kind oyer h.tfd In Hit
wall, but It Is rirlaln that It will not
he the last.
Cooperation Jietwoon ...lha l"u!!vl
States' ntmy forces "now In the terri
tory and the terillorl.il nilllil.-i u .....
(lent at n Sln-e-i. Tho cnup has boq.i U(J and hopes o see It nt the highest
laid out but n few hundred yards.!"'1"' f t-lllclency. 1 want the olllccrj
from tho biilldlng.-i and grounds of , lo Ret clear Ide'as ns to ha tho offTcl
tho fort. I.leut. Col. lliillaid Is at lhel',lcV Is and how to get It nut of theii
head o.f llililiw. Company K of tho
Twentlclli Infanlry has horn detailed
from the fort to act os n sort of mndol
for tho tactics to Im diseased and dis
played. Th" company has gono Into
camp with the' uallonal guard officers
and will be available whenever tho
manual of anils, tho exhibition of
eipilpmenl or drills urn to bo discuss
ed by Col. Ilullard and tlio mllltlu
The eire that has boon cxcrclscu
WEV ORLEANS DROPS
(AHH.M-Iilt.ll Prt-HH (.'.ilile )
WASHINGTON. Sept. 17. New Or
leans has Cost among tho largest cit
ies of the country according to the
population figures of tho new census.
The popiilatloif- figures wero made
public today ami give N'pw Orleans
:!nn.07r,. This moves the Soulloyn mo
tropolia ri nin twelfth to fifteenth place
among the leading cities of tho United
WITH WAR WINGS
C.HHx'liitiit l'n-HH fulilc)
CiUANI) VIIXIKIIS. I'rance, Sept.
17.--t)fllrers of tho Krc'nch nrmy are
very enthusiastic over the achieve
ments of the aeroplanes nnd dirigi
ble balloon nt the army maneuvers
held here this woek.
. I Assix-lati-d I'n-ss fatilo.)
I siiAupsiumn. Md.. seiit. n.-in-
I dlamt'H moniiment to the honored
dead who fell on the battlefield of
Aiitletam was dedicated with appro
priate ceremony hero today.
AT AUOl'T I o'clock yesterday af
ternoon the JupaiiCMi Unci ' Chljd
.Mam in lived fiom Yokohama, .lupin,
and entering tho harbor, docked on
the Walklkl htilu of tho Alakra
.b sikiii lis hor linen wcio llitnle
fiut. hn bij4n to itlfi'liarge her lln
noliilu viw. Atitoiig tho inlnnilni
inK.uiMi'is for this port wio Dr. ami
.Mi-, J Jl. Whitney, who haw boon
Msltiiig In Jmmu.
Mr. lllyiuna, (if the Dim of II lit
iidiiiii inliutiHl yeilenlsy Hftw h hum
lay In Japan j; Mnuiiii(iti). m nl
known rnniisrlnr j mm anlviil m
ih llnir Uit (Imw, Hllf of ,i
mil ) A K lliW4 nt Ibf U (lll)i
of Tli"iiiio(i (Imhuh M4 VtiHvt, m
in I- limn Jiuwh tm Hmn
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Z rkhia J.rJSE'; ,.
r'ieM it) II iit'M,
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' '.AV . . t
in me locution nnd laying out of liil
camp the jiocnce, of he reRiilar
and Hie altltiulo and plans or Co
Ilullard icll'fliii story of Ihn Intend
taken In Hawaiian military affalriiS
Interest In HawaihjKeen,
tVd. lliillanl Is not an fil.irntlit.ltii
ho finnkly.oiimlls that Just nonli
war deiMrtiirout Is wntchlng llawj'
clofely. He In watching things clcM
iy hltnclf, nnd in tlio week diiritTl
tthlch the scIk'hiI Is to bo held;lr
wishes to fnmlllarlzo himself within"
status of tho Hawaiian national gualrj
in every particular.
(.01. Milliards methods am dlrf
nnd frank. He Is after results. I an
not hero to scold Or to rant ortl
"r'fl '!Viys, "The, departments
anxious to sen1, tho 'national guarilTo
Ihl.i territory given every connhlofn
men In tho best possible way.
"And what Is Jus ns Important,' j
want the cooperation of tlio people oj
Hawaii and particularly of tho press!
All over tho country wo need an uwakj
enlng among the citizens to tho need
for a splendid body of citizen soldiers;
This U manifestly true of Hawaii. We
nil wanl to work together." 4
Col lliillaid reached tho camp earlv
this mnitilng IS company wag already1
(Continued on Pace 8)
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i4ijjiiui vK i ritiuiuti'iii:v,;
1111.0, Sept. IS, That
tnero is some prospect of iW
having tho ooiiiity net 80.
nmended as to Include, n V"-
vision for the nppolntineut
of n county engineer at n
stated salnry nnd "with, cer
tain qualltlcatlnns fixed by
the net, seems protty certain
In view of the fnrt that somn
o the uowly-unmluated can
ilhlntCs for the.HmiM) on tho
Itepubllcnn ticket say that
they ate In favor of sucluii
One of thofo candidates, 0.
P. Alfonso, was quite wtlllijB
ill ni.iio iiiilisiy llllll pe was 4ilj
in favor of sii'h a provision.
"Yos, i am In favor of hav
ing a county engineer and
will support legislation In
that direction, If I tun elect
ed to tho legislature." said
AtTouso last week. "I have
eyes, and I can not help but
4co '.'''at 111 Jho past the
money which has been uponl
on toads has Jpit been spoilt M
to the htat Hilvalitune, I li- -a
llvvn that the appointment (if' g
n compotent county cnglnpur
wouiii neip Kititiy in our'-.'iM
eftiuls tuwiiid wh-iiiIiik ti bet- Jm
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