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Job Work, prompt neat owl cheap,
at the Maii News Job Ollice.
ore I'm-ming voiy ubtwlniit
on Muui, but still command a stiff
Water works at Lahaimi arc an
assured fact, and Wailuku extends
Polo at ftunnvside tl.is afternoon
and base ball at Wells Park to
The bridge at the washout between
Kahului and Camp One, I'uimene,
has been completed.
The News issued a very handsome
complimentary schedule ot League
games and players, for distribution
among the boys.'
If the race meeting is held on Aug
list 12. flag day, on Maui, it will give
the Honolulu and Hilo contingent a
chance to attend. 1
It is worth a trip to Kahului to
see the elegant display of Ladies'
Shirt Waists and Gent's Shirts at
the Kahului Store.
The ''Hawaii's Young People'' of
last week, published at Lahamaluna,
is one of the best issues of that de
lightful little paper ever sent out.
Several new members were pro
posed and elected at the meeting of
the M. R. A. this week, and others
have expressed their intention to
There is room for pasturage for a
few more goats amonff the lantana
thickets hi Wailuku cemetery. Apply
at once, or knock off a few more
Money to Loan 15000, in amounts
of $100 to $2000, on approved securi
ty, mav be had on reasonable terms.
j'aMe's l. coke
Wajluku, Maui. ,
D. L. Meyer's saloon, opposite the
Wailuku depot has on hand thu cele
brated Bock Beer, the only saloon
in town that handles the genuine
Write to Wray Taylor, Honolu'u,
for cuttings of panicum grass and
put it out where the Hilo grass is
now growing. It makes an excellent
fodder for horses and cattlei
Tfhe executive committee ot the
, Maui Racing Associating have com
, menced the work of renovating the
it 1 m 1 . A TT , - 1
' iracK anu grouuus lit iyunuiui, pre
paratory to the coming races. y
There has beeu an, appropriation
for a road up Iao Vailey, but the
road has been impassable for so long
ihnt. tlin nrpsent. feneration have
about forgotten that there is an Iao
. NOTICE. There is still one store
o let on the first floor of Pythian
Hall building, and any one desiring
to secure it shoud make immediate
D. L. MEYERS.
Tomorrow afternoon, the Morning
Stars and Wailfapuij wijl play the
first championship bull game of the
season, at Wells Park. It will be
well worth a Hawaiian quarter to
see the game. y
Those immense iron pipes lying
Joose around the Wailuiiu depot
are not relics dug up in the ruined
cities of llerculaneum and Pompaeii
but are hydrants which should be
standing on our street corners.
Owing to the arrival of the monster
'' Alaskan" in Kahului harbor this
week, there was a rush of train loads
of sugar, somo of the sugar shipped
having been cut, ground and made
since the Alaskan left Honolulu,
, Announcement. Mr. George B.
Schrader is now prepared to give
lessons on tho piano forte either
at his residence or at residence of
pupils. For terms and particulars,
write or call at Wailuku Hotel.
Work has been commenced on the
change of route of the railroad line
between Wailuku and Kahului, throw
ing tho line of railroad inauka and
away from the publio road, and ren
dering the railroad crossing less dan
gerous for passing teams.
Some of the Ca tholic young men of
ailuku and other districts have
gned a petiton requesting the Su
preme Lo3ge at San Francisco to
grant them a charter for a Council
of the Young Men's Institute to be
formed at Wailuku. Through the ef
forts of George 1$. Schrader a num
ber signed the petition, and a tern
porary council has, already been
FOR JULY A AND AUG. 12.
On Weiincbday evening, thu Mati
Racing Association met for tho elec
tion of officers unci the adoption of n
racing program. For several years
past, racing on Maui has steadily de
generated, until the mention of races
at Kahului simply, provokes smiles of
derision. The primary reason for
this has been that the purses have
been whittled down to a point where
it would not pay a man to fit his
horse h,v the contests offered. Then
the entries have been so limited to
Maui bred horses that one could tell
for weeks beforehand just what pai
ticulur horse was to take what par
ticular purse. Of course this would
kill racing, and it has done so, cfli c
tually 'and deservedly. In the mean-'
time Hilo lias forged aheau and pre
einpted'the Fourth of July as racing
Nothing can save racing on Maui
except new blood in the management
and larger purses to contend for, and
the Association rose to tho situation
at their meeting. Hon. A. N. Kepoi
kai was reelected president, as he is
fully in accord with more liberal and
progressive management of racing
matters. Mr. W. L. Decoto of La
haina ' was elected vice-president.
For secretary, Mr. D. L. Meyer and
M. T. B. Lyons were nominated, and
Mr. D. L. Myer was elected by a
majority of one vote. Mr. Jas. L.
Coke was elected Treasurer, and the
following were named as the execut
ive committee; W. T. Robinson,M.L.
Decker, and L. M. Baldwin. As the
real success- of the races will depend
upon the manner in which the execut
ive committee does its work, the As
sociation is to be congratulated on
the selection of these gentlemen.
There was some good-natured "knock
ing" over the general result of the
election, by the younger members,
but when they come to understand
clearly what line of policv is marked
out by the selection of present offi
cers, there is no doubt that the
young gentlemen will wheel iuto line
and stand for good racing.
The next matter for consideration
was the adoption of a racing pro
gram, and the fixing of dates. For
the Fourth of July it was decided
that local racing for small purses
should be given for the benefit of home
talent, without offering anything to
attract from the Hilo races, and with
but little discussion, the following
program was adopted for the races'
on the Fourth.
1. Foot Race, 100 yards.
Amateurs. $10 00
2. Bicycle Race, free for all,
Ent. $2.50, i mile 25 00
3- Trottincr & Pacine.IIaw'n
Bred, 2 in 3. 50 00
4. Pony Race, free for all, 14
hands and under J mile. 50 00
5. Running Race, free for all
1 mile. 75 00
6. Pony Race, free for all,
14J hands, J mile. 50 00
7. Trotting & Pacintr, free
for ail, 2 in 3. . 75 CO
3. Running Race, free for all,
! mile . 75 CO
0. Mule Race, free for all, 1
mile. 50 00
10. Corinthian Race, 1 mile
Members to ride. Medal. 40 00
Then came the more important
question of giving races worthy of
the name. It seemed to be the sense
of the meeting that Aug. 12 should
be named as the regular Maui Racing
Day, but final action was postponed
until the secretary could correspond
with the Hilo and Honolulu Jockey
Clubs and horsemen, with the view of
ascertaining if they would come to
Maui for good purses.
The executive committee thejj pre
sented the following program of rac
es for Aug. 12, and on motion of Mr.
George H. Cummings, they were
adopted as presented.
1. Trotting & Pacing, freo
for all,3 in 5, 1 mile heats. $400 00
2. Running Race, Haw'n
Bred, 1 mile dash. 100 00
3. Running Race, freo for
all, i mile dash. 100 00
4. Trotting & Pacing,IIaw'n
Bred, 2 in 3. 250 00
5. Running Race, free for
all, 1 milo dash. r$00 00
G. Pony Race, 14 hands and
under, mile dash. 100 00
4 or more to enter, and 3 to start;
Entrance fee, 10 per cent.
The meeting then adjourned to
Thursday of next week, May 15, by
which time in is hoped that com
munications will be received' from
Ililo and Honolulu.
There is no doubt but that tie) As-
soeiation hits how started on the
right track,' and if the members of
the Association and the people of
Maui support the movement, good
racing may be expected.
Of iV.nui Athletic Association.
On Monday evening last,' the reg
ular monthly meeting of the Maui
Athletic Association was held at the
Wailuku Court House, anu several
matters of interest camo up. The
committee on League base ball made
a report of their program and pro
ceedings, substantially as given in
last week's News. The base ball
rules of 1001 were adopted as the
rules of the Association.
It being the date for tho election
of otlicert for the ensuing .year, the
following were elected; L, M. Bald
win, President; Geo. Hons, Vice
President; J. R. Crook, Secretary
The following were elected as' a
board of directors; G. B. Schradev,
Rev. W. Ault, J. Garcia, Dr. Booie
and Jas. L. Coke.
W. H. Cornwell Jr. was elected
Captain and Dr. l. W. Boole Man
ager of the Maui Athletic base' ball
team, and the secretary was directed
to issue a challenge at once to, the
Hilo team, for a champion game of
ball at Wailuku, June 11.
The record of the secretary and
treasurer shows that the Association
is out of debt, and in a healthy finan
New Polo Team Wins.
On last Saturday afternoon, the
first match game of polo was played
between the Makawao Polo Club and
Maui Athletic. Association Club, at
Sunnyside, Makawao, and the M. A.
A.s won with a score of three to one,
and one tie.
The day had been rainy, but both
sides were anxious to play, and when
time was called, both teams appear
ed on the field. The rain ceased,
and save for a wet, slippery field.
the conditions were favorable. Both
sides wero well irounted, with some
thing in the favor of the M. A. A. 8
and the boys were in line fettle. The
result was one of the fastest and best
contested games ever played at Sun
nyside. In the first quarter, Cornwell took
the ball and carried it down the field
to a point just short of goal, where
he lost it, and when time was called,
the novices were still trying to put
the ball through the goal but were
steadily opposed and balked by their
veteran opponents; result a tie. In
the second, third and fourth quarters,
the M. A. A. made goals, and iu an
extra the Makawaos made a goal,
The M. A. A.s modestly attribute
their victory to the drill that their
Captain, Frank Baldwin has given
them in team worK, and this is per
haps true, for Mr. Baldwin has
taught his team to depend on team
work, rather than on brilliant in
The individual play of Wilbur and
Sain Kalama of the Makawaos was
marked by splendid dash aud vim,
while tho riding oil of Harry Baldwin
on the redoubtable little, '"Tom
Thumb" was a marked feature of the
game. Yon Tern psky played his u?ual
steady, excellent game, without any
grand stand display. He is a fine rider,
especially on wet, slippery ground,
which makes him a strong card iu a
At the close of the game, the vet-
eraus greeted the victory of the
novices with ringing cheers, which
compliment was heartily returned by
the novices. The ladies of Makawao
had kindly provided refreshments
for the players, and there was quite an
attendance, in spite of the rain.
The two teams will play again this
afternoon at Sunnyside, and at Kahu
lui next Saturday afternoon.
The following was tho line-up:
Makawao's M A. A.
II. Baldwin No. 1 Jas. Thompson
Geo. W.Wilbur " 2 W. II. Cornwell
Sam Kalama " 3 Frank Baldwin
I,. von Tempsky Fullback W.R.Crook.
Hon. II. P. Baldwin has given tho
Puiinene boys a. baseball diamond,
just makal of the big mill, and work
has been begun on it.
Several baskets of delicious peaches
have been seen on the streets of Wai
luku this week. By tho way, what
has become of the strarwberry ven
The committee appointed by the i
citizens to collect flint's for transpor
tation and other expenses of the j
Government band have finished their!
work and paid oh' nil the bills.
This total expenses were $1 10.80,
of which '.!:!. 5 wat collected in Wai
luku, leaving a balance of $17.;.'l, for
which Hmu. 11. 1'. Baldwin dVew l is
check, tin learning of the deficit,
thus squaring up all the bills.
L. M. Vetlcsen. of Lahaina, Maui,
is the duly authorized ngent of the
Maci News, to solicit subscriptions,
advertisements and job work, and to
collect and receipt fur the same.
G. li. ROBERTSON,
Prop. Mai i News
Will be received by the Superin
tendent of Public Works until 1 P.
M., of Monday', Mav fith, 1902, for the
Construction of Reservoir, Screen
and Stone Chamber, (tc. for Lahair.a
Plans and specificationc on file in
Office of Superintendent of Public
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JAMES. II . BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Draft No. 1430 drawn on A. & B.,
for $120, in favor of H. B. Weller
has been lost. Payment has been
stopped, and all persons are warned
against negotiating the same. Suit
able rewaid will be paid, if returned
to Wailuku Depot.
H. B. WELLER.
Will be received by the Superin
tendent of Publjc Works until 1 P.
M., on Monday, May 5th, 11)02, for
Laying 6 inch and 5 incn cast iron
pipe, 4 inch, 3 inch.and 2 inch wrought
iron pipe, hydrants, stand pipes, etc.
for Lahaina Water Works.
Plans and specifications on file in
office of Superintendent of Public
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
JAMES H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Notice is hereby given that all ac
counts due mo are payable to J. L,
Coke Attoney of Law, Wailuku Maui,
and all parties indebted to me are
requested to come forward at once
and settle the same.
Dr. K. SOGA; M. D.
Wailuku Apr. 12, 1902.
R. A. Wadsworth of the Maui Soda
& Ice Co., is agent for fresh Kahiki-
nui Ranche Butter, put up in pound
cubes and neatly wrapped in oiled
paper. Orders may be left with him.
IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND
Circuit, Territory of Kuwait. At L'bambrrx,
Id Prpl f.tu. In tbo iiultiT of tlio Estatn of
Ton!? Mine or Ah Ming lalo of Kubului, Muul,
ORDER OF HEARING.
On Reading and Filing tuc Petition of Dunn
Worn;, Administrator of thu Entato of Ah Mluir,
praylnn for un Order of suloof that undivided
ono third Interest, belonging to mid Etutu, lu
thut certain nssiguiuent of Lease, of certain
premise situntcdin Wuiluku. Muul, aud settiuir
forth cealuin reason why kucU luterust Hbould
bo sold ; to wit: Thut it U for the best intercut
of Kuid Estuto tlml Ua said interest luuid lease
It is heroby Ordured. that the next of kju of
the Kuld deeased and ull persons Interested in
:ild Ks ate, appear btfon: this Court on Thurs
day, the Wth day of June, A. II. ilKii, ut lei A.M.
at the Court House iu Wailuku, Maul, theu and
there to show cause w hy un order should not
be granted for the sale of such Estate.
Dated at Wuiluku, this 1st day of May, IQiU.
Ily the Court.
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