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SAILING RACES WERE VERY
Ah the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n went to press
boforo Iho milling ruics were finish
ed on Saturday, a ghoit account of
the luttcr part of the great day of
sport will be In place.
Following the thrcc-paddlc canoo
ruco or women caino the sailing
j:uiitn, ami very Interesting they
proved to be, although there was not
very much wind to waft the crnft
along t ho course. Still, the uca
wrens, pearls mid nailing canoes got
away, and u very pretty night they
presented as tho white wings wero
spread after u lot of jockeying for
the bent position at the starting lino.
The wrens wero out In force, and
six of the small craft got under way
when the gun went. The starters
wcie ltimrlug Ulinlet, Galloping
.Mary, Dart, Dancing Sally, Sea Mow
and 'Swan. Hlght at tho start Jack
Dcnsham's old boat, the Galloping
Mary, was seen to liuvo a great
chance of winning tho race. Sho
slipped through tho water In great
form, olid was handled lu excellent
fashion by that expert sailor, George,
Crozlcr. Tho man who handles tho
Charlotto C. In all her engagements
Is Just as much at homo In a soa
wren as in tho larger boat.
Tho Dancing Sally was tho second
boat to finish, and sho came In two
minutes behind tho winner. Tho
Sea Mow, with n picture, of a black
cat on her mainsail, was the third
wren to Toss tho finishing line, und
then tho Hoaring Gimlet, Swan and
Dart wandered along after uti In
terval or half an hour or so.
Tho Swan wus In chargo of Cap
tain Wilder of tho Hawaii, and he
and his brother caused much laugh
ter when they came along at tho tail
end of the race. "You could win
tho transpacific race, but these small
boats have ynu done," yelled some-
ono to Charlie. Tho genial skipper
only smiled, and put tho blamo on
his brother, who was at tho tiller
at tho Mulsh.
While the wrens wero boating
their wuy uioiind tho course, tho
pearls wero also In action, and three
of them started In tho ruco set apart
for them. . Tho stutters wero Ivy,
l'carl and Viking. Tho last-named
turned out to bo tho winner, and sho
wus handled in great stylo by hor
owner, Myhrc. Tho l'carl sailed
well, too, but Luther Hough's skip
pur did not take udvaiitago of sev
eral Uttlo pulfs of wind that came
down tho harbor ut times.
As soon as tho wrons and pearls
weio well under wuy, tho sailing
canoo races attracted u lot of utten
tlon, and thoy wero well worth
watching. Tho Konn crew wero on
uoaru tno "A," und they wore
thought to huvo u chance In tho sail
lug race. 1'rlnco Cupid wagered a
hat or two on tho result, u'ld ho
canio near to winning, as his cuuoo
caino In second In tho ruco. Ths
winner turned out to be tho E. Mnu
kcula, which wus entered by John
I.ll. Tho I'rinco's canoo got second,
ami tho others did not llnlsli tho
Tho hist ruco on tho program wus
tho Balling cur.rto (modern), and It
atti acted u big lot of sturters. Tho
Kumehumoha Aquatic Club had four
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Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel--and
there you are
"It's The Fashion"
The Two Jacks. Hotel near Fort
representative on tho program, put
thoy did not till start.
The iiuiucs looked lino us they
hoisted their nulls und bore away
dowrl tho con i no. Tho Iluliiumanu,
whkh wus sailed by Tom Kcolunul,
wus the fastest of tho bunch, ami tho
outrigger slipped through the water
In great style. This canoo wus not
hard pressed during tho ruco, and
won out fairly easily.
The crowd began to wend Its wuy
uptown us soon as tho last raco was
pau, but still quite u number of peo
ple sta)cd around tho boatclubs und
discussed the events of tho day. Tho
dancers continued on their courso as
two'stcppeis and wultzcrs, and every,
body seemed to bo enjoying them
selves. Tho Hcalaiils, although defeated,
were not downcast. "No clean sweep
this j ear," wus tho slogan, and much
delight was shown in the fuct that
ono ra:c, at any rate, hud gone to
Tho Myrtles were, of courso, do
lighted with their victory over tho
Hcalaiils, but still they gavo their
opponents credit for putting up a
game light. Tho wholo story Is told
In a few words, and they arc that
tho Myrtles show better rowing form
undi have lots of good oarsmen to
mail their boats with. The Hcala
iils aro Improving a lot, and there Is
no wiylng what may happen next He
LACROSSE MAY BE-
TRIED IN HONOLULU
Battcrsby Brings Back Imple
ments For Great Game,
Will Ilattcrsby, u well known Ca
nadian lacrosse player, came back to
Honolulu on tho Zoalandlu, Ho was
a member of tho -victorious lacrosse
team Of IH07, and was considered u
llrst class man. Ho has played tho
game for sears und Is now going to
try and lutrodiico tho Bport In Ha
waii. Il.ittvisbuy brought down half n
doren sticks witli hlni and tho gauio
will be tried ut Kuplolaiil l'.irk In the
near future Tlicro should bo u grcut
ftituro for tho sport, us thcro uro
many young .fellows hero who will,
no doubt, tako to tho game from tho
Tho Victoria lucrosso team won
every gaino they played whllo Ilattcrs
by was with them, and then when ho
caino to Honolulu they slumped a, lot.
Juines McLaughlin, Clegg and Hill
llattersby wero conuldcivd the utars
of tlio outfit and all Canadians will
remember their doings In lilOS, Ilat
tcrsby would llko to hear from any
players who euro to tuko up tho giimo
und ho can bo communicated with ut
tho Walklkl Inn.
Tho Athletic Park was too wet on
Saturday afternoon, and tho ball
gumo between Harry's llcauts und
tho picked army team hud to ho
placd at Aula Park. The game re
sulted In a win for tho llcauts, who
ylcfeatcd tho mlVltary outllt by n
scoio of 11 to 4. Hurry would now
llko to huvo u go ut tho I'linahou
nine, and sucli a game should ut-J
tra-t a great crowd of funs.
HUNDREDS ATTEND AT
FINAL REGATTA FUNCTION
"Special" Four arc Cheered
As Thoy Wander Around
Ballroom Everybody Had
Itcgutta Day wound up'lu a bluzo
of glory at tho Young Hotel on Sat
urdaj night, when tho annual duueo
was held. Tho uffalr wus a huge
success, und ever) body enjoyed them
selves. Pretty girls, good music and
nn excellent floor form a good com
blnutloii, and frum curly In tho even
lug till after midnight tho big crowd
of holiday-makers enjoyed them
The victorious crews were, much in
evidence, und tho defeated men also
kept their end up during tho oven
lug. Tho "spoclal" four Chilling-
worth, Cupid, Robertson and Thomp
son wandered along as soon as the
danco started up. The quartet wus
cheered by everyone and took It all
In good part. Thcro Is no doubt that
tho special pair-oar raco mado a hit
Tho danceru found It cooler up on
tho roof of tho Young than down In
tho stieets, und everybody seemed to
get up for overy dunce. Thoro .wero
lio wall. flowers, and tho floor com
in It tec took euro that ull tho girls
found plenty of partners.
Itcgutta Day was a huge success
In every way this year, and thcro Is
no doubt about It being the great day
of tho jear so far us sports go.
Would Run Waialua Horso Fif
teen Miles for Big Purso.
Nigel Jackson considers that it
still remains to bo proved who Is flic
best man over a long dlstanco In
Hawaii. As Soldier King Is coming
to Honolulu iii October, Nigel thinks
that ho Bliould huvo a chanco of
meeting Iho man. Jackson won thro(
Marathons, and Kuoo did nearly ns
well, Jackson Is willing tl put up
a purso of S1B0 If Kaoo will do the
sumo, and iitn him fifteen miles ut
tho Athletic Pmk.
Such h ruco would bo a great one,
us Jackson would train properly und
get .Into tho beBt poiSlblo condition
In hopes of getting u mutch with
King when he arrives. Antono Kaoo
should bo ready enough to tuko on
Juckson, us on former occasions he
has not hail .much trouble with the
Marathon wonder over tho shorter
Thcro Bccms tq bo a revival of
long-distance ,1 uniting, and ull tho
old peds aro beginning to tako runs
In the cool of tho evening In order
lo got fairly lit lu case any big race
mv-'Tor Rent" cards on sale at
ha Bulletin offlea'.
DOTS AND DASHES. I
There was u cricket match ut Ma
klkl on Saturday between tho sail
ors from tho llrltlsh ships In port.
Tho combined Itomcra and Solsdon
elcvou plu)cd tho team from the
Dumfriesshire, and tho result wus a
vlctuy for the two-ship bunch, who
made 81 run's to their opponents' 42.
Hob Anderson gno a hand to
tho winners, anil his contribution
amounted to fif. Dub Is In good form
ut' present, and as an Australian
eleven Is being formed in Honolulu.
ha will have nil opportunity to show
what ho can do ngninst a bunch of
Kangnroolaudcrs before very long.
.SCIIKNKCTADY, N. Y., Sept. 10.
J-Maurlco E. McLoughllli, tennis
ihntnploii of the Western Stutcs,
pjujed heio today as a member of
the Utlca tennis team against a team
from tho Mohawk golf club und his
work largely contributed to Utlca's
success. In tho singles McLoughllli
defeated II. 11. Uurdlncr, C-'J, 7-fi. In
tho doubles Mclaughlin nnd Terry
defeated Oardlner nnd Henderson,
G-3, 7-C. .
a There Is every probability of the
veterans' rate being on tho program
of nil futuro regatta dayB. Tho ruco
on Saturday was such an exciting
one, und uttructcd so much uttontloii,
that everybody says such a race
should certainly bo rowed every year.
It may turn out that a four-oar may
bo made up, and eight veterans could
then fight It out over a half-mllo
On Sunday afternoon tho Young
Spalding baseball team defeated tho
Kowalo nlno by n scoro of 3 to 1. Up
till tho eighth Inning it was u fine
game, nnd cither sidu might have
Hon. Tho Spalding line-up wan us
follows: M. Mcdclros, M. C.ibrul, J.'
Cubrnl, M. Flnzcr, J. Mfjddclros, K.1
Uorba, P, Perrlcra. M. Santos, V. Do
mcllo and M. S. Zevedo.
Entries nro now being received for
the Hull Cup tennis tournament, and
the book Is ut E. 0. Hall & Soli's
store. Piny will begin on Thursday
next, nnd boiuo line tennis Is expect
ed to bo seen on the llcrctaiilu,
Neighborhood nnd Muuou courts.
Tho llenlanln und Myrtles hud mi
other llttlo rowing raco yesterday
when sonio of tho younger member"
of each club had a ruco from tho
number bIx buoy to tho Alakcn whurf.
Tho Myrtles won out, and then thoro
was it sccno of Joy among tho kids.
Tho wator carnival that will bn
hold on Thanksgiving Duy should bo
a grcut bit of sport nnd tho swim
ming races and diving stunts should
attract a big crowd to tho waterfront;
Tho rain proventod n lot of sporting
events being pulled off yesterday,. and
In the evening tho skating raco bad
to bo abandoned also.
Sarconl, tho bugler, wantn to box
Charlie Itcllly fifteen . rounds, nnd
thcro Is n chanco of the affair being
brought off soon.
Tho pheasant hunters did welt mi
Saturday nnd Sunday, und romo good
bngs wore made by somo of tho men '
who wont out. ,
Tho program for tho bund concert
ut Eininu Squuro tonight will but
March Semper Kldclls Sousn
Overture Anna Ilolona .... Donizetti
Duct Tho Vlllago Mnster. .Ilololdlou
SMdoJIon Im Triivjnta Vnrdl
Vp'cujr-Jluwallun songs. nr. by Ilorgor
Sclcqtloh Tho Old Town . . . I.lndora
'WAltsffTho Syrens' ..... Wuldtcufnl
Pqjkip-A, flood Hiss, Coolp
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Mrs. k. p. Alkiio, of Wulholo, Koo
luupoko. Tho Idea of baseball In hcavou la
all right, but how would tlm immimu
ever get thoro? lloston Globo.
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