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Vol. IV. No. 710.
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Bole Agents for the Itepublio of Hawaii. H. L. GEAR, B. D. GEAR, U 211 Sanjomo St., S. F. Slotting St, II I. GEAR & GEAR LAWYERS. jSaii Francisco and jionolulu Having ofllces In Ban Francisco and Honolulu wo Hru prcpured to attend promptly to all matters entrusted to us In either of mid plnees. (t. GEORGE D. GEAR, LAWYER. I 210 King Street, Honolulu, H. T. William A. Henshall, A.ttoraifay atLaw 113 Koahumonu Stroet. LYLB A. DICKEY, ' Attorney at Law 'l U Kuuliuimmu Stroet. Telephone No. 632. 498-6m t SAMUEL J. MCDONALD, Counsellor at Law. 201 Merchant Stroet (one door from Fort stroet), Honolulu. GILBERT F. LITTLE, ATTQRKEY AT LAW. rtlLO, HAWAII. A. V. GEAR. JfcTotaacsr 3Pia."blIc J Telephone 253 ' No. 310 King St. MYRTLES THE CHAMPIONS TIIKY WIN TIIK BANNER ANA JUNIOR RACK AN WELL. H. IT lleniilllttl t'lnlah lis Senior Kare- Walkuver In Jiinlor-Oroat VruHila oil Slicirc. While it was considered ulmoBt a foregone conclusion tliivt tho Myrtle Boat Club would win the senior nice, with the champion ship banner annexed, on the Pearl harbor course Saturday, the junior race was not by any means conceded to that clab until say fifteen seconds from the start. It was practically deoided thus early barring an accident in the Myrtle juniors' boat, while, on the other hand, the dead sure race for the banner was the Healanis' posses sion until within' fifty yards of the finish. The youngest club in the association the Leilani was not in it oithnr time, excepting that its crews rowed gamely in the face of defeat to the finish. The first excursion train to the scene left Honolulu on (lie lime of the regular afternoon, 1:45, and carried tour or nve nunareu peo ple. This train convoyed the contesting crows, representatives of the rival clubs and a portion of the band not enough of it, how ever, to put up any music in the nearly three hours of an interval that elapsed before the races be pan. Attired in holiday and out ing garb, and composed of old and young of various nationalities, it was altogether a gay trainload. Club ribbons and wreaths of the different colors red, blue and yellow, for Myrtle, Healani and Leilani respectively were worn by large numbers of both the brave and the fair. The ut most good humor prevailed even amongst those who hud to stand with no straps a la tram to hold on by, while mixed groups laughingly sullied the races six different ways above the roar and rattle of the train. The next train was to have left Honolulu at 3:15, and the first raco to havo started at 4:15. But there wbb r long delay in die- patcmng tne second tram owing to a special with a doctor for Waianao having the right of way and it did not reach the Penin sula until 4:45. When it did come it brought 900 pooplo moro or less, including tho rest of the bnnd. Music accordingly broke out forth with. It did not do anybody any harm to speak of, to havo to wait on the beach in tho meantime. Thero are houses and sheds and trees thoro for sheltor from tho sun's rays, and there were yachts and skin's with merry parties on board to watch. A ten foot ham merhead chirk, rouhl by iuw yacht Hawaii's party, lay by tho landing a free show. On the whole it was good for such of the townioB as do not often get out of tho closo streets and dust, and away from their toil and moil, to got to or throe hours' chango of air amidst the prelly scenery of tho lochs. Not much timo was lost in pre liminaries after tho second train arrived. By appointment tho judges gave instructions to tho represontatives of tho compoting crews at Clarence Maofarlano's formerly S. Roth's landing. O. B. Wilson, reading from tho rules and giving definite explanations vorbally, performed this duty with great clearness. This was a straightaway raco and each olub must keep its own water throughout, only going out thereof at its peril. In answer to questions Mr. Wilson gave it as his opinion that before ono boat could safoly ontor another's water, four clear lengths should havo been put between them by the leader. Further, ho should deem it a foul if any boat in an other's course did anything to impede tho following boat's speed. If starters wero to bo employed, any of them pushing his boat', at tho word, "go," would rendor that boat liablo to bo ruled out. Thoy must simply let go their respective boats. , Signals for start and finish were also fully explained. Charles 8. Crane for the Myr tles, George'Cartor for the Hea lanis and S. E. P. Taylor for the Leilanis wero tho ollicial reci pients of the instructions. The crews wero for the most part grouped around the judges. With C. B. Wilson representing tho Myrtles, H. M. Whitney Jr. tho HealaniB and W. Mclnoroy thCj Lieilauis, judges of the day, tuerb wero were alBO present Utiptain (J. J. Campbell, judge of the fiuish; Captain Griffiths, timo keeper; C. B. Gray, chairman, and Cupid Kalanianuolo with Mr. Cruno forming the regatta committee. Captain Parker, of tho 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s fleet, was enlisted as assist ant judge and the flagman at the finish. Instructions given and the re cipients having expressed a thor ough understanding of them, the officials of the regatta and repre sentatives of tho Advertiser, Star, Independent and Bulletin em barked in the U. S. S. Benning ton's steam launch, kindly placed at the disposal of the Huwaiiau Bowing Association for tho occa sion, and steamed up to the rail way wharf. After speedily mak iuc all dispositions and arrange ments for the finish there, the launch bore away for tho starting point at the head of the east loch; carrying Judges Wilson and Whitney, Mr. Gray and the re porters. The Healani crow was first at the line, the Myrtle crew being then approaching, half a mile away, towing its normal 28 stroke. It was some minutes before tho Leilani crew hove in sight, but on arrival there was very littlo trouble in getting the crews lined up. It was 5:35 when the start was made a pietly one. Al the woid "go" the three crows took the water together. The toss had given tho Myrtles tho land side, the Healauis the outside and the Leilanis the middle. Bill Ferrior hold tho Myrtlo boat's ponk, Geo. Smith tho Leilaui's and Geo. Turner the Hcalani's, and had been warned of tho pushing rule. Tho Myrtles went swishing off at a stroke of 30 to tho minute, taking tho lead from tho start and never letting it go. They wore counted from tho launch for 32 strokes in spurts, whon the Hea lauis would try hard for tho lead, but they would not admit such a rate after the raco. The Healauis went a 30 stroke almost clear through, aud the Leilanis smote tho water with equal rapidity. It was tho opinion of some observors that it was tho hot rowing of tho Leilanis for second place that set the Healauis pumping harder than advisable early in tho con tost. The Myrtlo boat wont over the line about four lengths ahead of the second bout. Following is a Bummary of tho race: Four-oared shell for juniors. Course: Ono and a half milo straightaway. Entranco fee $10. Trophy valued at $25, and McCaudloss cup, to bo won three times. Second boat saves stakes. Healani OlnhG. II. Tracy, stroko; O. 0. Rhodes, John Wator houso uud R. W. Alkiuson, with N. Lansing, coxswain. Leilani Club 1). Kawananakoa, stroke; William Kealoha, Joe Conradt and Samuel Woods, with Albert II. Lucas, coxswain. Myrtlo Club W. Lylo, stroko; W. Damon, C. Crane and S. Johnson, with A. A. Wilder, cox swain. 1. Myrtle Olub 10m. 29 Js. 2. Healani Club.... 10m 45 1-Bb. 3. Loilani 11m. 45s. It was getting dark rapidly when the senior crows of tho same clubs started for the champion ship raco. Although all dipped thoir oars togother within a frac tion of a second, the Myrtles wero a clear pull behind in gotling under way. They say they did not hear the word "go," but Mr. Wiluon hud twice shouted, "Aro you all roady ?" boforo giving the word with tho drop of his hat bo- sides. Tho Healani and Leilani boats both sped out like arrows the first instant, and as the Myr tles took the water there was a magnificent triple spurt. Again the Leilanis pulled furiously but with excellent preci sion, and evidently Bought to give a scare at least for first placo. It was not lone, however, before they wero again at the tail of the procession. The Heahmis main tained their lead uutil away past the mile flags, but the Myrtles were pressiug steadily on without Icttiug the gap increase. It was hard to count the flashes of the blades in tho gatheriug darkness. As near sb could be calculated tho Healanis when trying to increase their initial lead ran up to 44, but settled down to a 32 stroko. Near the milo flag the Myrtles were figured at 36 in a spurt, but settled down to a good 29. There was au ouiiuous silence at tho Myrtle's bIiom quarters, where tho junior crow had been loudly cheered, as the ouly two.conjostauts for tho ban ner passed on to tho fiuish. It was indeed visiblo from the launch that the Healani boat was still leading thore. But it was too soon to judge tho raco over, for the Myrtle's practised finishing spurt was to come. It came. About 100 yards from the line, without appreciably increasing the stroke, the Myrtlo shell seem ed fairly to lift out of the water. It shot uhead, foot by foot reduu ing tho gap, whilo tho Healaui men were pumping as hard as ever, but apparently unable to gather themselves for giving their shell auy greater momentum. It was still anybody's, raco but tor that famous Myrtle spurt never employed till it is needed to win or desired for a pretty winning. Evou noses it was two or three lengths away and the judges at tho finish peeled their eyes for what they wero sure would have to bo a close decision. Thore is just time for Captain Parker to flirt down the flag for tho Myrtles across tho lino, and flourish it in the air au instant to signal tho Healanis a most gallant second. Following is tho summary of the championship raco: Four-oared shell for soniors. Course: One and a half mile straightaway. Entranco fee $15. Prize cup valued at $50, to become tho property of tho club winning the samo throo times. Second boat eaves stakes. Myrtlo Club O. Soronsou, stroko; L. Scott, P. Lishman and W. Crozier, with A. A. Wilder, coxswain. Healani Club J. W. Lloyd, stroke; J. Speucor, H. Williams aud F. B. Damon, with N. Lan sing, coxswain. Leilani Club S. E. P. Taylor, stroko; J. Kalaniauaole', .1. Lano and Chris. Willis, with Albert H. Lucas, coxswain. 1. Mvrtlo 9m. 183. 2. Healani 9m. 59 3-os. Immediately after tho fiuish of tho second race, tho spaotetors swarmed into a train of thirteen cars, scores boing glad of oven standing room. It was about 7:30 o'clock before tho train loft Pearl City, and with only soma difficulty in gotting over high grades reached town shortly bo foro 8 o'clock. Au ongino with a special cur for tho judges and oarsmen mado tho trip an hour later, tho car being packed with those and a number of belated ladies. After tho raccs at tho Penin sula station, Mr. Wilson, as senior judge, with a few appropriate re marks, presented Arthur Wildor, the Myrtle's coxswain, with the rowing championship banner for 1897. It is a pretty articlo in creamy silk, about 2Jx3 feet, hav ing a red stripo diagonally from tho upper left to tho lower right. Tho inscription dono in old gold ombroidory when comploted will road: "1897 Championship. Timo 9rain. 48sec. Myrtlo Boat Olub. Crow: Bow, W. Crozior; No. 2, P. Lishman; No. 3, L. Scott; stroke, O. Soronsou." Continued on 8th Page. CIRCUIT COURT OF KAUAI AN.OTAri:i CALENDAR OP THE ftt:PrK,TIKK TERM. 1,1 t of rancllmiarles l'rcariit Rvsiilt or Trlilx by Jury mid Ollirrwl.r. Tho September term of tho Cir cuit Court of the Fifth Circuit opened at 10 a. m. of the 1st inet. at Lihue, Kauai, Judge Hardy presiding, aud tho following offici als and attorneys being in attend ance: E. P. Dole, Deputy Attorney General. F. W. Carter, Sheriff of Kauai. Li Cheung, Chinese iutorproter. D. H. Case, stenographer. J. A. Thompson, deputy clerk Judiciary department. W A Kinney, A Rosa, J A Magoou, A G M Robertson, W L Stanley, G H do la Yergno and S lv ivaeo, members of the bar. Tho following district magis trates wero ahopresout: Judge Kaheli of Lihue, Judge. Kapuniai of Waimea and Judge Kua of Ka waihau. Bolow is tho calendar annotated with results of hearings: OHIMINAL CAHES NATIVE JUUY. Kiko and Uluwehi. Appeal from Hanalei. Nolle pros. Kaniholua aud Kulaihi, va grancy. Appeal from Hanaloi. Nolle proB. Kaliloa and Nu, malicious mis chief. Appeal from Lihuo. Nolle pros. Kawolo and Halomanu, assault and battery. Appeal from Hana lei. Nolle pros. S. K. Kaeo, assault and battery. Appeal from Kawaiahau. Nolle pros. Uo, perjury. Appeal from Li hue. E. P. Dole for prosecution, A. Rosa for defendant. Verdict not guilty. CMMINAL CASES FOREIGN JUUY. Ah Tim, vugrauoy. Appeal from Hanaloi. Stanley for de fendant. Nolle pros. Chun Yen Yea, possession of opium. Appeal from Hanalei. Mr. Stanley for defendant. Nollo pros. Ah Lung, vagrancy. Appeal from Hunaloi. Nolle pros. Wong Chong and 14 others, riot. Commitment from Lihuo. Mr. Robertson for defendants. Defeuduuts plead guilty. Sontouco e tie pen (led. Kushima, assault and battery. Bail forfeited. II. Wolters, manslaughter first degree. Commitment from Li hue. E. P. Dole & A. G. M. Robortsou for prosecution. Kinney & Rosa for defendant. Yerdict not guilty. Fuk Fun, perjury. Commit ment Itom Lihuo. t ProcMiorf doolinos to present indictmont. Defendant discharged. Oniug lee, perjury. Commit ment from Lihue. Prosecution declines to prosent indictment. Defendant discharged. Ching Hook, selling spirituous liquoiv without a Ii'coiiho. Appeal from Lihuo. Magoou for defen dant. Verdict guilty. Fined $150. Sam Yean alios Ah Loo, soiling spirituous liquors without a license. Appeal from Lihue. Stanloy for defendant. Verdict not guilty. Ahun, selling opium. Appeal from Kawaiahau. Magoon for defondant. Bail forfeited. Appoal dismissed. Chi Tai, assault and battory. Appeal from Waimea. Stanley for defendant. Nolle pros. M. J. Silva, truancy. Appoal from Lihuo. Bail forfeited. Manuel Madeiros, houso-brook-ing. Commitment from Lihuo. Do la Vorgno for defendant. Trial jury waived, found guilty. Sen tenced to ton months at hard labor with costs $3.50. Mori Kotari, assault and bat tory. Appoal from Hanaloi, for mitigation. S. K. Kaeo for do fendanl Defendant discharged. MuraBhigo, selling spirituous liquors without liconso. Appeal from Lihue. 8 K. Kaeo and G. H. do la Vorgno for defendant. Verdict guilty. Fined $100 and costs. Toda, selling spirituous liquors without a license. Appeal from Lihue. S. K. Kaeo and C. II. do la Vergne for defendant. Verdict guilty. Fined $100 and costs $18.50. Minatoyar, selling spirituous liquors without a lieeuxe. Appeal from Lihue. Continued for tho term. CIVIL CASUS -1UV, All AN JUUY. Knmaka vs. Kaluahai k. Re plevin for a horse. Appeal from Kapau. A. Rosa for plaintiff"; . A. Magoou for defendant. Appeal, dismissed 8. N. K. Kakina vs. D. Kano alii. To recover certain books and monies. Appeal from Hanaloi. Robertson for plaintiff; A. Rosa for defendant. Verdict for plain tiff. Win, Drown vs. D. Kaio. $150 damages for divorting water. Ap peal from Koloa. Kaio for plain tiff; Roaa for defendant. Appeal dismissed. CIVIL CASE MIXED JUUY. Keaka Kapulo vs. Manml Ma niz. Reploviu. Plaintiff's appeal from Hanalei. Continued. V. Knudsou vs. Palea ot al. Ejectment. Continued. C. W. Malatna vs. V. Knudson. Animal trespass. Defendant's ap peal from Waimea. Jury waived. Rosa for plaintiff; Magoon for de fendant. Judgment for defend ant for $1.82 damages, costs to be paid by defendant. CIVIL CASES FOltEION JUUY. T. Mitamura vs. Nakahara. As sumpsit $28.15. Defendant's op- peal noiu linuiiitii. Hikj: r i fend ant. Appeal withdrawn. T. Mitamura vs. Nakahara. As- sumpsit $72.00. Plaintiff's appoal from Hanalei. Appoal withdrawn. Kanesigo vs. Iasuw. Deserting hor husband. Appeal from Lihue. Appeal withdrawn. JUKY WAIVKU. Joseph Kawailoa vs. Kaliloa. Trespass. Defendant's uppeal from Lihuo. S. K. Kaeo for plaintiff. Appoal withdrawn. Joo Fernandes vs. Rahapa. As sumpsit. Defendant's appeal from Lihuo. Continued. Republic vs. Keoni Rami, sell ing awa without license. Appeal from Waimea for mitigation. A. Rosa for defendant. Fined $438 and posts. Republic vs. Kahau w. As sault aud battory. Appeal from Kawaihau for mitigation. Stan ley for defendant. Defondant discharged. Republic vs. Chow Kau. Lot tory tickets in possession. Ap poal from Li Into for mitigation. Do La Vergne for defondant. Sontence of lower court sustained. Republic vs. W. 1. Wells. As sault aud battery. Appeal from Lihuo. Nolle pros. Divoitci:. Xiiltuiu! vs. Gregory k. S. K. Kaeo and Do La Vorgno for de fendant. Divorco granted on the gr'onnd of cruelty. Julian G. Kinuoy vs. K. W. Kinney. S. K. Kaoo for plaintiff. Divorco granted on tho ground of continuous desortiou for a poriod of over threo years. 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