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Baseball enthusiasts conceded last
Sunday's game to tbo Kahuluis, but
not by thf Hnall margin of one run
nor did they anticipate that the game
would be won in the fiuil inning.
The Morning Stars were first up to
thf bat, but were retired without
making a run, while on the other hand
the Kahuluis through errors, slow
fielding on thepnrtof their opponents
pili'd up four runs.
In the second inning tho Kahuluis
repeated the indifferent fioldingof tho
Morning Stars, which allowed them
tn score twico It was iu this inning
that Ele.iderson commenced his sensa
tional playing, by pulling down tho
first of three foul flies, each bne of
which was had only after a hard run
Profit of tho Kahuluis scored one
run in this inning by getting llrst on
a balk, second base on an error, and
finally being brought home by a sac
rifipe hit of. Lloyds-
The tni-rd inning closed with a shut
out for the Stars,, and two runs for
From this time, until the eighth In
ning, the Stars scored only goose eggs
and the game was apparently the
Kahuluis, but Smith of the Stars start
ed tho ball rolling by placing a three
bagger betweeu center and right
field. Bailey mado a base hit as weU
as a sacrifice, bringing Smith home.
In trying to maKe third off of a hit by
Garcia, Smith was put out of commis
sion by Henderson, with the assist
ance of Kaaiai and Lloyd. Garcia aud
N. Krueger also scored making the
6core five to seven in favor of the Ka
huluis. The Kahuluis were retired in
this inning as they were In the fourth,
fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth with
out a tally to their credit.
In the ninth, the first two men, Kua
and Crowell of the Stars got home,
thus tying the score. The crowd
went wild at this point, cheering and
clapping of hands continued for sev
eral minutes. The Stars carried
Crowell around the ground cheoring
Horner the first man up for the
Kahuluis in the ninth got to first and
second on passed ball. Lloyd rapped
the sphere for two bases and Horner
came home scoring the winning run
and game. Both batteries wero in
the pink of condition.
Following is the score by innings.
Kahuluis 41200000 18
M. Stars 020 01 0003 2 7
Up Country Notes.
On Monday evening, Miss Sheffield
of Maunaolu entertained a bathing
party of twenty ladies and gentlemen
at the oeach cottage or Mr. Jj. von
Tempsky at Paia. After the swim,
the hostess provided a delightful sup
The fifth birthday anuiversary of
Virginia, thej daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. V. McCoukoy was celebrated
last Friday by a party and dinner In
honor of the occasion.
All Makawao district participated
in a farowell outing given by the
Misses Fleming to Geo. Baldwin last
Monday ovening, Piiholo Hill, when a
grand luau washeld,after which danc
ing was indulged in, when a moonlight
riding party consisting of Dr. Aiken,
Mr. Dietz, Mr.Reed, W. Ingle, Mrs,
Scott of Kihei, Miss Fisher of Ewa,
Miss Sheffield of Makawao Seminary
and the Misses Taylor and Peck of
Hamakuapoko together with a guide
made for Haleakala. A stop was
made at Olinda until Tuesday morn
iug. Tho party will camp in the
crater for four da's during which
time every nook and cranny will be
Tho usual game of tennis will be
held this afternoon at Dr. Aiken's
Sheriff's clerk Edward Rogers and
wife and Miss Isabelle Borba were
tho guests of Deputy Sheriff Morton
last Saturday in a trip up Haleakala.
M. S. Dupontc, John M. Medelros,
M. Nunes, Jr., John Souza, M. Fran
co and others tool: a horse back ride
from Paia to Kailua last Sunday, fol
lowing tho trail along tho new ditch
They report the scenery as uncompar
able and as wel worth taking iu, as
a trip to Haleakala or Kilauea.
A. J. Gomes, the Paia station
agent for tho Kahului Railtoad, an
Bounces that on August 11, he will
journey to Honolulu to marry Miss
Matilda Gomes, daughter of Manuel
J. H. Shard, carpenter for Puuneno,
Plantation Is at Makawao building a
summer cottago for employees of this
plantation who desire a vacation in a
cool, invigorating climate.
Mrs. A. A. Braymer arrived by the
Clnudlno and is visiting at Waikapu.
Jos. Freltas of Camp One, Puunene,
is slowly recovering from an attack
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Scott leayo to
day for Honolulu to place their son
Walter In school.
Mr. T. A. Hays, representing tho
Pacific Hardware & Stetl Co. is doing
business on Maui this week.
Paul Jarrot manager of Ulupalakua
cattle ranohe was a visitor to Wallu
ku ou Tuesday and Wednesday.
M. KauhimahU, principal of the Ka
hului school was a passenger by Sat
urday's steamer for Honolulu.
Senator S. E. Kalue leaves for Hon
olulu this afternoon to attend to
Homcrulo Territorial Convention.
Court Clerk Edmund Hart who
went to Honolulu last Saturday Is not
expected home till next VVednehdoy.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin was in Wallu
ku on Wednesday afternoon In con
nection with the cattle raisers' meet
Foreman Maswell of the News goes
to Honolulu today by tho Claudlne as a
delegate to the Homo Rule Conven
tion. W. L. Hardy of Hana'was a visitor
to Honolulu by Saturday's steamer,
spending that day en roulo at Wai
luku. Ex. Judge P. N. Kahokuoluna, who
is now engaged in the practice of law
at Paia, was in Wailuku on business
George Weight Esq, Chairman, A.
G. Dickens Esq. and W. L. Decoto
Esq. constitute Maui's newly appoint
ed Court of Tax Appeals.
Messrs. Berg, Morso, Gllman and
Captain Miller who came to Kahului
to inspect the S. S. American left Jor
Honolulu by last Saturday's boat.
Dr. Edward Arraitago states that
his Chino-Hawailan prize geese have
begun their annual flights about Wai
luku, and begs sportsmen to spare his
Robert Shingle of the Waterhouse
Trust Co. came over to Lahaina on
Tuesday night's Kinau, and thence to
Wailuku by Wednesday morning's
L. von Terapsky of Makawao and
W. L. Decoto of Lahaina were in Wai
luku on Wednesday to attend an in
formal meeting of the beef raisers and
dealers of Maui.
Mrs. S. D. Heapyof Honolulu, who
has spent several weeks with friends
on central Maui, left for Lahaina on
Wednesday, to take iThursday's Mau
na Loa for home.
George R. Robertson of Brewer &
Co., Honolulu, left for the Coast on
Wednesday to place his children in
school and take a much needed rest
at Byron Springs.
A. D. Castro permanent secretary
for the San Antonio Society, who has
been on Maui the past week visiting
the various agencies on the different
plantations left for Honolulu per S. S.
Services at Island Churches
St Anthony's Church, Wailuku.
Sunday Services. Communion,G:00
A. M. Children's Mass, 8:30 A. M.
Instruction in English. Second Mass,
10:00 A. M. Instruction in English
and Portuguese followed by benedic
tion. Catechism, daily, 9:00 to 9:30
A. M. during school term. '
The Church of the Good Shepherd,
Rev, Canon Ault, Rector.
7th Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion, 7 A. M. Sunday
School, 10:15 A. M. Matins with
Sermon, 11 A. M.1
Church of Holy Innoccnts,LohnIna
Canon A. B. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. every
Sunday. Morning service, 11:00 A.
M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 P. M.
During Advout and Lenten season
special week day services.
Kuahunianu Church, Wailuku
Rov. J. Nua, Pastor.
Sunday School, 9:30 A. M. Organ
izing of Senior and Junior Christian
Endeavor, 10:30 A. M. Morning Ser
vico 11.30 A. M. Topic "Unity of
Strength." Afternoon Service, Wai
kapu, Sunday School 1:00 P, M., Ser
vice at SiOO P. M.
LEAP YEAR BALL
The lady motnbers of the-families of
tho K. of P. brothers of Aloha Lodge
In Wailuku gave a charming Leap
Year dance on last Saturday evening
at K. of P. Hall, which was largely
attended by the best clement of
central Maul society.
Mrs. Streuback, Mrs. E. B. Carley,
Mrs. W. G. Scott and Mrs. G. Hansen
were the lady patronesses of the func
tion, and under their skillful and
energetic manogement the affair was
a distinguished success. Before eight
o'clock carriages began to roll up to
the entrance door and blushing
and beautiful young meu from Wai
luku, Kuhulul, Puuneno and up
country timidly dismounted, and were
graciously and decorously escorted to
the door of tho dressing room, and
IhencQ to their scats in the ball room
by the gallant ladies of tho reception
Each ccntlcmnn was decorated
with neckties of various hues, each
nccktio being the match in color of an
apron worn bv one or another of the
ladies. At the signal for the grand
march, each lady searched the room
to find tho gentleman wearing her
colors, and when found, politely offer
ed him her arm and. led him to the
march. No confusion resulted, al
though it was noticed in one instance
that a particularly sweet and hand
some young man, wearing a red tie
came very near being convinced by a
young lady with a blue apron that he
was her true and lawful partner for
The Waiheo string band furnished
excellent music, and added much to
the pleasure ot dancing. At eleven
o'clock refreshments wore served,
alter which dancing was resu.ned and
continued till nearly one o'clock.
Only one distressing incident occur
red to mar the festivites of the oven
ing. The initiation goat of tho K. of
P. lodge, a peculiarly large, black
and ferocious unimal is kept locked
up in an ante room adjoining the ball
room. Tho noise of the preparation
for the dance had excited the beast,
and when tho initial strains of the
music for tho grand march sounded,
he sprang at the door of the ball room,
burst it from its hinges and bounded
into the ball room, his eyes flashing
fire and his feet stamping' with rage.
Mr. W. G. Scott, who happened to be
standing near the door, was impaled
on its horns and borno entirely across
the room, while Dave Myer gallantly
hung onto its tail, yelling at every
jump, "Whoa I Cyclone." Finally the
stalwart K. of P. brothers rallied,
overpowered the brute and forced it
back into its cell. No further event
occured to mar tho harmony of what
every one present voted to be the
most delightful dance given at K. of
P.. Hall this season.
Wm. Lougher, tho popular stew
ard of the Puunene Club, left for a
short trip to the Kona side of Hawaii,
on last Friday's Maina Loa.
Re'v. Ault held divine services in
Social Hall at the Club House on Sun
Miss 'Mary Tilton is at Puunene as
the guest of Mrs. C. Hansen. They
wero interested spectators at the
ball game between the Stars and Ka
huluis. The Puunene Athlotic Association
team played a game against the base
ball aggregation of Spreckelsville on
Sunday morning. Tho Spreckelsville
boys under Captain McCubbm put up
a very fine game and boat tho Puu
nene combination by a handsome
score of 11 to.7. .,
Thnl2th of August field day is tak
ing root deeply in all the athletic ta
lent in this section and each is prac
ticing In his own particular line of
excellence. Among other sports
which are being practiced nightly are
baseball, polo, tug of war, throwing
tho shot, throwing the hammer, high
jump, broad jump and hop skip and
jump. Tho Japanese are practiciug
their ancient game of wrestling and
The interesting event of the day
however will bo amatchgamo be
tween tho Morning Stars and the all-
Maul aggregation under Captain
Georgo B. Henderson. Especial in
terest will center on this event on
account of the Kahului team beating
the Morning Stars on last Sunday.
Tho boys here are in high spirits and
feel likp thoy can put up a first rate
play. And their rooters are ready
to back the sentiment iu other ways
than by hollering.
A complete program of the o vents
and prizes will bo ready for publica
tlon nextj Saturday.
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
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