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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1905
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Maul Publishing Company. Limited.
Proprlatora and Publishers.
The column of the Nbws admit communication! on pertinent topics. Write only
on on side of paper. Sign your name which will be held confidential if desired.
Subscription Rates, is Advance $2.50 per Year, tl.50 Six Months
C, Li CLBnBNTi ... Bdllorandmanagcr
SATURDAY. " - OCT. 28, 1905
The lack of editorials in this week's
issue of the MAUI NEWS is due to the
regrettable indisposition of the late editor,
Mr. C. L. Clement.
Notice is hereby given that from and
after this date, U. L. Clement is no longer
in the employ of the Maui Publishing,
Company, Limited, in any capacity what
ever. Patrons of the News office who have
had work done or have made payments to
Mr. Clement, during the past two months
are requested to communicate with Hugh
M. Coke, Editor and Manager, or with C D.
Lufkin, Treasurer, of the Maui Publish
ing Company, Limited.
Dated, October 27th, 1905.
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Davis and Professor Hosmer, of
the Board of Agriculture and For
estry, the committee appointed by
Secretary Atkinson to prepare the
program for the school celebration of
Arbor Daj, on Novumber 3, made
their written report yesterday to
Mr. Atkinson, Informing him of a
plan that bad been euvolved to offer
prizes to the schools for the best
The tame committee was also en
abled to report to Governor Carter
that they had been sufficiently active
to secure enough money to cover the
latter's very generous offer of 12.50
to each of the Territory's schools to
celebrate . the day properly. The
Governor, on being shown the sub
scription list, appended herewith, at
once wrote an order on his bankers
for 1385, which he handed to Pro
fessor Hosmer. The committee's re
port is us follows:
Honolulu, Cvt. 24, 1005.
Honorable A. L C. Alkinson, See re
tary of Hawaii, Honolulu.
Sir: We, the undeiMgnrd, appoint
ed by you us a committee to unange
the details of the Arbor Day tree
planting contest, beg leave ion-port
We are heartily In favor of the pro
posed contest, because we believe it
is based on thb"true spirit of Arhor
Day, which is to awaken uud m;iin
tain a continued Interest in the plant
ing and care of tree) on school
grounds and elsewhere.
To carry out the plan in a success
full way, and to arouse the lasting in
terest of both teachers and children,
First, that to every school making
application to the Superintendent of
Public Instruction, a prize of not less
than five dollars in value, consisting
of somo object of beauty or utility,
to be selected by the teachers of the
school, be offered in each of the pub
lie schools of the Territory, to the
grade planting on school grounds on
Arbor Day, November 3, 1905, or be
fore November 15, 1905, the tree
which as the result of being well cared
for is In the best condition on tbe sue
ceeding ' Arbor Day, and that the
prize be rewarded each year there'
after under tbe same conditions.
Second, that the prize be the prop
erty of the grade winning it for the
period of one year, and each year it
shall have attached to It the name of
the grade winning It, and a record
kept of the names of the children in
the grade ,
Third, that the planting be done in
strict accordance with the directions
prepared by the Superintendent of
Forestry and furnished by bim to the
principal of each school. These direc
tious will be drawn up so as to cover
the various conditions existing in the
various parts of the Territory.
Fourth, that the trees be judged
before hand by the school agent of the
district, after an examination ot them
and consultation with the teacher of
each competing grade, and the prize
publicly awarded on Arbor Day.
(Signed) RALPH & HOSMER,
Supt. of Forestry,
JAMES C. DAVIS,
Supt. Public Inst.,
AEBOE DAT TRH:PL ANTING PRIZE.
For a five dollar prize in each
of the 154 schools in the
Gov. G. R. Carter t 385. 0a
Maul Team Ployed Poor Baseball.
HONOLULU, Oct. 24. While
about 200 baseball fans sat and
watched a 9 inning farce of the poor
est baseball ever handed the Hono
lulu public, the whole of Maui were
probably awaiting a wireless an
nouncing that the Ilimas had carried
off the Hawaiian Baseball Champion
ship for 1905. For one inning only
was the game worth watching and
that was the first. The spcrts were
then anx'ous to size up the strangers.
It did not take long for the Ilimas to
demonstrate that they were in a
class by themselves for poor Oal
After the second inning the article
of ball played by Maui was so fierce
that the H. A. C.'s all shifted rosi
tions just to mrke it interesting
outfie.dprs played the bags and th
intielderg played the gardens. Dosha
tossed "dew drops" and all the Reds
Struck left handed. B.iruey Joy bunt
ed just to make th" crowd yeli.
It. looked a IJiougD the si i augers
did not. have a single ni.ui who knew
the game. The pitihi-r, P. Eiimhi.
in delivering tin' first Tew tu.lls,
Wound up like an nutoumtic liu.clii'n
He stun gave this ur, lio-.vi vei, urn
pitched without th lunc-y brand.
It took just one hour and ten ruin
utes to play the game. This i th
poorest game on record here. Hoc
Bowers the umpire, and the libera
offering on the part i f the Honolulu.
while at the bat caused theshoi-tn ts
of the game.
The Ilimas rounded ihe. bases in the'
lirst inning and they vent to the field
iiibilunt to think that, they were not
going to get the "whitewash. " Desha
walked the first two men up. Thty
both went up on a passed ball and
Ilimas scored on Joy's wild throw to
Gleason on first. They scored their
second and last run in the third. De
sha passed up the easy kind and the
champs from Maui batted Moses
around for the second time. They
could scored no- more although tbe
Reds gave them all they could.
The H. A. C.'s just to play safe cir
cled the paths four times in the first.
Fernandez reached first on an error.
tie stole second and third and came
home on a passed ball. Sheldon walk
ed and went to third on a wild throw
to first; he scored on Joy's long drive
to center. Joy and Burns made tbe
circuit on hits.
H. A. C.'s brought five men home
in tbe second and two in the fourth,
They then tried to finish fast so as to
give the few remaining spectators ;a
chance to get to the cowboy show,
Score by innings:
Ilimas.. 1 0100000 02
H. A. C..v...4 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-11
Ilimas E. A. Dunn, If; D. Moses,
3b; P. Espinda, p; D. Espinda, 2b;
D. White, ss; J. King, cf; Kaiu, rf;
W. Searle, lb; J. Espinda, c.
H. A. C.'s En sue, 3b; Ed. Fer
nandez. 2b; Sheldon, ss, Gleason, lb;
Joy, p; Bruns, c; Williams, rf; Dosha,
p; J. Fernandez, If.
THE HENRY WATEKlluUSb HUM LU. Ltd
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P. O. Box 346
The "OWL" is the leading end meet ropular
5c cigar throughout the entire country.
OWL stamped on every cigar
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Distributors Honolulu. T.
H. F. WICHMAN Zr CO., Ltd.
Defeat of Miaul Champions.
S. M.Damon $ 25.00
G. P. Castle 25.00
J. B. Castle . 25.00
Alexander & Baldwin 25.00
Castle & Cooke, Ltd 25.00
C. Brewer & Co
Tbeo. H. Davis & Co., Ltd.
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd. . ,
Oahu Railway and Land Co
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
F. A. Scbaefer A Co 25.00
W. O. Smith ........ 10.00
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd. . . 15.00
Benson, Smith & Co. , Ltd .... 5. 00
C. M. Cooke 5.00
Mrs. J. B. Atherton 10.00
Tbe Mary Castle Trust 10.00
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd 10.00
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.. ..... . 9.00
HONOLULU, Oct. 23. The base
ball contest at the League park last
Saturday afternoon between the
champion team of Maui, the "Ilimas,"
and a local team mostly composed of
members of the champion "Honolulu"
club was not marked by any great
brilliancy in play nor by a large at
tendance of spectators. The game
was won by tbe Honolulu aggrega
tion in a score of 11 to 2. The weath
er was a drawback to the Maui team
although they were very kindly hand
led by the Honoluluites. Bert Bow
ers was umpire and pleased both
players and spectators by his speedy
action. The Mam constellation play
tbe Diamond Heads this afternoon
game being called at 3:30 oclock.
Wailuku School Notes.
The pupils who were vaccinated
are about all well now.
Meta Riedel leaves us next week,
and will accompany her parents to
Kilauea, Kauai. We shall miss her
We shall enter the contest for the
prize offered by Governor Carter in
connection with Arbor Day.
Preparations are nearly complete
for the Arbor Day work and ex
ere bes. Principal Copeland has laid
out the driveway and walks through
the grounds, so that trees ma be
planted in proper places.
We have borrowed a flag pole tern'
porarily, and the Stars and Stripes
now float over the school. We hope
that tbe pole promised by tbe De
partment and provided for by the
Legislature may soon be given us.
all our work, and
the materials we
use iu manufact
ure are the bes
that can be ou"
If you are troubled witn your eyes write to us immediately and we
will give you the benefit of our scientific knowledge and experience.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO. Ltd.
1042-1050 Fort St., HONOLULU.
DR. JOHN GODDARD in charge.
Douse Will Be Tried In Honolulu.
HONOLULU, Oct. 23. Word was
received by wireless at the Attorney
Generals' office this morning that
there would be a change of venue in
the trial of A. Douse, the engineer of
the Puunene Plantation who is accus
ed the manslaughter in connection
with the death of tbe Japanese Yama
gota. It has been arranged that the trial
of Douse shall be held here in Hono
lulu. It is not known so far if the
application for the change of venue
came from the defence or from the
The grand jury has returned an in
dictment against Douse charging
him with manslaughter. It is alleg.
ed that he threw burning oil on the
Japanese, who afterwards succumbed.
A special meeting of the stock
holders of MAUI WINE & LIQUOR
CO. Ltd. will be held at the office of
the Company, Wailuku, on Wedces.
day November 15th, 1905, at 7.30 P.
M. for the purpose of cousidenug an
increase in tbe capital stock.
Secretary Maui Wine & Liquor-Co.
- RIGHT JUST RIGHT.
We fit Eyeglasses and Spec
tacles and tit them Right Just
Right. We fit glasses to old
eyes to give better vision and to
preserve eyesight. We fit glass
es to young eyes for the removal
of eye-strain and attendant evils.
--' Frames Right, Lenses Right,
Treatment Right, Prices Right.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING. HONOLULU
Over May & Co.
Wailuku Repair Shop
ARTHUR DOUSE, PROP.
General Repair Work on
Sewing Machines, Type
writers, Locks, Guns,
Revolvers, etc. . . .
Dun Carey's Blacksmith Shop