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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1906
The word CRUMO is perforated in tlio
wrapper of every one of our celebrated
0 EM 0 5 $ CIGARS. They have no
bands. We will not guarantee the qtial-.
ily of any banded imperforated
This is important to every smoker.
H. Hackfeld & C
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
itiBisbrand denotes quality.
- wnie usmrrregaras to your
" Leather v!nee3s3;. Sen$ your
s -C. Hides to us and you may feel
O v certain of fair treatment
Metropolitan Meat Co.
I LIMITED -Box
504. HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143,
Corner Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maui
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
25C 2 GLASSES
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. KIMURA, Proprietor.
When you want your carriage repaired to last ie
bring it to the right shop,
g GENERAL BLACKSM1THING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
a Main St. near Market,
Wailuku, Mau 1
Continued from pngi;2.)
Sornnd Race. One half mile lnsli,
in-efnr it!l Uefiiiriiw run against
I It-. aid rntni1 in wii'iii'i with Hess n
el mu si-ediitl. TI'mi' fG tti'O
TIh'I'i- being only nut' 1'iitr.v In the
l.lril rnet' mi the pnn ruinuii' h vrnt
withdrawn Dud uin all other driving
Fourth Race.- One hull uiil- du.th.
Horses to tie (Avned and ridden by
Japanese. Fourth of July, Lahnlun
Girl mid Hawaii were entered. The
riders brought llieir horses uu and
made a dash but It was not a start
and they not listening to the bell
went around the track in fast time.
The race was run again and 'easily
won by Fourth of July wttli 5 lengths
between her and this second horse,
Lahuiua Girl, in 59 sec.
Fifth Kacc.- Polo Pony Race, J
mile dash. Huukalani and Jubilee
started and the latter won by a neck.
Time, 5GJ sec.
Sixth Race. Three fourths mile
dash. Defender and Black Bess
were- run again. After jockeying
for position for a while a start was
made and at the eighth Block vBess
tripped throwing his rider over, but
riot hurting either very much. Do
fender was then slowed up Ly jockey
Patterson and finished alone in 2.23
s"conds. This race showed signs of
being the prettiest race of the day
had not Bess fallen.
A match race for one quarter mile
was then run between Frank S. and
Happy .Hooligan. A start was made
and Hooligan was left at the pole.
Prank S. was declared winner.
A rectss of one hour was then de
clared and the people partook of
lunches brought by them. During
the intermission the mcsicians kept
on playing thus keeping up the spirit
of the crowd while they fed the inner
Another match race was then run
between Lindsay's Kalakoa and Keo
keo, owned by a Japanese. It was
won easily by Kalakoa.
Eighth Race. Ono-half mile dash.
This was made a special race between
Fourth of July and Euradius. Fourth
of July came in ahead in 54 1 5 sec ,
but the race had to be run again
owing to a foul on Euradtus.
Tho Cowboy 'Relay Race was post
poned until after tho 12th race at
tho request of different owners of
horses that took part in tho ovent.
Eleventh Race. One mile dash for
Hawaiian breds. Fourth of July,
Euradius and Kihei Pili took part in
this race and after a fast race Fourth
of July came in first with Euradius a
close second in 1 56 2-5. The race was
given to Euradius, owing to the disj
qualification of Fourth fo'fc'Jufyjiiihe:
Tylfth,Rnqp'.VOneimne dash, free
forfftlh''- This' was the race of the day
between Defender and Black Bess.
Defender again was victorious after
a very nice race in l.ou. Much ere
dit should be given to Jockey Tom
Patterson, who rode Defender, for
the maimer in which he put Defender
ihead under the line.
The Cowboy Relay race, 1J miles
Irish, came next with tho following
teams entered: Aina, Haleakala
Ranch, Grove Ranch, Sprcckelsvillc
Ranch. The Haleakala Ranch team
won in 3.37J.
Thirttenth Race. One half mile
Mule Race. The following four miiles
ran. Walt-a Little, Volcano, Son of
a Gun, and Piiholo. The Inst named
camo in far in the lead ie 1.071 ft.
Fourteenth Race. Ono-half mile
dash, ponies 14.2 hands or under.
Jubilee proved an easy winner in
552 5 seconds over Fourth of July
Fifteenth Race. One half mile
dash. Horses to be owned and lidd-
uu by .Portuguese only. Francis
Hobron, Paia Girl, Maul, Kalukoa
were entered. Paia Girl won in 57
seconds with .Maui a close second.
Sixteenth Ruce. - Ono half milo
dash. Horses to bo owned and ridd
en by Lunns. Gcraldino S. won in
5S2 5 seconds from Kihei Pili and
Paia Girl, who camo in last.
Seventh Race. Cowboy Trgof-
War. There wero only two horses,
Honolua Girl and Kawa, and after
twico pulling over Kawa, Honolua
The foul race bolweeu Fourth of
July and Euradius was then run and
won by Euradius in 591-5 second.
The peoplo then dispersed to their
homes satisfied with the day's sport.
NEAT,. REASONABLE AND DURABLE.
MEMORIALS. Artistic in Detail. Durable as Time. SAFES. Tho Best Made
J. C. AXTBLL & CO, ALAKEA ST., Bet. Kin?? nnd Hotel Sts.
F. O. Box 642 Honolulu
The La Paloma crossed hats with
the Ilimas. The gaino was closely
contested by both teams and the La
Palom&s came out victorious by tho
score of 9 to 8.
This makes tho lirst gamo that tho
Ilirnns have lost since tho 100G games
The Molokai Devauchelles, Eugene
and Eddie, have mado a haul of
Akuli. They claim that tnero is
80,000' fish in the haul and it will
tako some time to dispose of this
enormous catch! They have mado
two trips in their gasoline launch this
week bringing 5000 fish each load. ,
Capt. Bal was once more a Lahaiua
visitor. He takes a wro.it deal nr m
terost in his. new recruits and we
hope in tho near future to compete
with our Wailuku brothers in the
manual of arms.
There was a dance given by the
Ladios of tho "Hui K. P." at Repub
lic Hall July 3rd. Quito a crowd at
tended and everybody had a good
time, 'llio last dance was called at 4
o'clock on the morning of the 4th.
Nothing small about this town.
Tho McCubbins celebrated 'the birth
day of thei- youngc&t son Sonnio by
giving an open invitation to tho La-
hama public at their residence "Ma
a. There was a grand lay out and
every body ate of the good things
before them. Tho Puunene string
band was in attendance as our genial
friend Mack comes from there.
The Wailuku Minstrels will once
more visit our town to give a lare
woll concert. As this will positively
be their last visit for some time it
!q in hn lmnnrl flirt f flint. ...01 .nrt.illin!
w !gVt ?.
a crowded house with sanduigfrajur
!frhf side wuikoi) n'&tf 'Sly
:l P ""'Uiilwi" une nioni.i more
amwill'rfavc a splendid road as
T 4 . 1
iui ua kill uuuui.
V. B. SHAW RETURNS FROM
W. E. Shaw who mado a success
in cane at Nnhiku and Inter sold a
large tract of land to tho Nnhiku
Rubber Company has just returned
from Cuba whore ho went over the
whole island carefully studying
tho conditions thero and incident
ally investing in such snaps as ho
found. Mr. Shaw is loud in his
praiso of Cuba and beliovcs it will
within ten years be a. state of the
Mr. Shaw's friends hero have
dubbed him as tho first "United
States Senator from Cuba." lie
left Monday for Hilo on a short
Mr. D. O. Hammond, malinger- of
the California Harness Shop of Hon
lulu, arrivcci in town last Saturday,
and has been serving tlio wants of our
peoplo in his line. Mr. Hammond
lias tho largest and best shop in
Miss Juliette Athcrton of Honolulu
is visiting her undo and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. D. H. Case.
Mr. James Thompson) the head luna
of H. G. & S. Co'"., plantation, was
mnde a lirst class Yankee on July 5th
by his Honor Juugc A. N.. Kopoikai.
Mr. Thompson is a native, of Scot
to the coas.tfla
HaroidlHavseldon is on Maui this
wcekejlingour merchants cigars.
iMr. uritton lias resigned his posi
tion as head accountant at thcKahu-
lui Store and ho and Mrs. Brittonare
registered at the Maui Hotel.
Attorney W. O. Smith returned to
Honolulu by tho Claudino from Kaliu-'
lui Tuesday evening.
Miss Margaret Tollcfson Is regis
tered atjhu Maul Hotel.
Judge W. J. Robinson returned to
Honolulu by tho Claudino on Tuesday
evening. Ho received the verdict of
the jury In the Ahcong-Haikti water
suit just in time to catch the steamer
George C. Sea was on Maul this
week and levied on tho property of
Attorney Enos Vincent was m town
Thursday on legal business.
John Hose and wife attended tho
races on tho Fourth.
County Engineer Hugh Howell has
returned from Molokai and reports
tho road work on that island as be
ing first class.
The County Supervisors held their
monthly meeting ttliis week. Henry
Ileuter, the newly appointed Super
visor took Ins scat.
The Fourth of July being a holiday
the board adjourned until Thursday.
At tho time of going to press tho
board is' still in session, for which
reason it is impossible to givo a full
acccount of their actions. Wo will
however givo a full account of tho
same in our next issuo.
J. II. Fuller is on Maui this week
She Prophesied the Tidal Wave.
Eddie Devauchelle, tho man who
recently made a record breaking
swim to Molokai whon three other
men were drownrd, spent the Fourth
Mme. do Thabes, most famous prophptess of modern times was asked
tho other day by an American correspondent in Paris how she camo to
predict last October that "a torrilic shock wih bo felt on tho western coas
of tho United States during tho fourth month o'f 190G."
"lknow beforehand that a catastrophe would visit 3'our land," she e::
plained, "from seeing the hands of many Cahfornians. . All pointed to some
frightful tragedy. But tho heavens gave me tho final clue. All that is of
man shaking or controlling lies in his palm. But when
forces aro to play havoc with his schemes he must take his
"I was able to predict the war in tho Far East bocauso tho hands of
many Russian efllcors all proclaimed the coming conflict.
"Before December is striken from the calendar tho report of tworrloro
disasters in America will be heard through tho globe. An epidemic wll
devasta'to a great, portion of the country and a financial scandal in tho
East, will break tho record for sensational swindles.
"In Pacific Isles the rising waves will blast a city's hopes as thoy will
the Juno roses then in bloom.
"Floods threaten tho shores of Franco, and our artists and men of
letters especially must bowriro of tho ocean li.j next few. months. Also
the head ol one of Europe's greatest personagas is menaced. His fato is
written In the skies "
Call No 1.
COUNTY OF MAUI,
TERRHORY OF HAWAII
in compliancy'with the rules adopt
ed February 7, 1900, by tho Republi
can Party of the Territory of Hawaii.
Wo do hereby call the Republican
Precinct Clubs of the "County of
Maui, to meet on Friday, the 13tli
day or July, A. D. 1900, at th? hour
of 7:30 P. M,., to nominato officers
of the respective clubs for tho ensu
ing two years. The election of the
said officers .o bo held on Friday, the
20th day of July, A. D. 1900, at the
hour of 7:30,P. M.
; II . P. BALDWIN,
County Executive Committee, Coun
ty of Maut,
Kahea Helu 1.
KALANA O MAUI,
TERITORI O HAWAII.
I kulikc ai mo na rula hooponopono
o ka Aoao Repubalika i aponoia ma
ka la 7 February, 1900.
Ko kahea nci makou i na Malielo
Koho Balota a pau o ka Aoao Repu
balika o kc Kala'na o Maui o hui ma
ka Poalima, ka la 13 o Iulai, M. II.
1900, ma ka hora7:30 o ke ahiahi, no
ka xvae ana I mau luna nui no na
Kalapu o na Mahele Koho, no Pa
makahiki elua o hlkl mai ana. Ma ka
Poalima; la 20 o Iulai, ma ka hora
7:30 0 ko ahialn o kohoia na luna nui
II. P. BALDWIN,
Lunahoomalu o ke Komite Hooko
Kalana, Kalana o Maui.
All nrirtinc trn sm nln
for tllfi nniisrtfrnm TvnVinlnl nn of
about the 23jrMjnstant onttho No;
braskan, shmiWbobk"rft5n early
date as ii isTpro"bahl(ithattnnny from
rr....i..i: ni.ir'. .1 1'-- . .
nuMuiuiu .wiuucnvo ion inofuoast by
3ame boat,' and may3bo"ahead of
'vhoaro lato in bookiogj
AV iIjiT ASSOCIATION.
Jsi a '.ft..., .looting of tiioteAVailii-
leu Dist.jip niprovoinpntssocia
tion nxL ! i" thoboirra House
on Mond- evening qfjig week.
Eloven n.uaibors w'orolpreSe'nt.
In tho absence of tnehlurman.
Vic'c-President W. JjS, pre
W. T. Rohinson, chairman of the
committee apjiointed to look into
tho matter of changing tho Maa
laea Road to higher ground, re
ported tho committee's recommend
ation that no change bo made, but
suggested that a large ditch bo put
on tho upper side.
A motion was mado and
mou'sly carried endorsing tho views
of tho committee.
Tho water committee reported
urging tho necessity of replncing
tho main to Kahului, extending
tho line on Market Street cxtsnsion
and on Church Street extension,
and down to tho settlor's along tho
sand hills on tho AVaiheo sido of
the Iao stream.
Tho report of tho committee was
endorsed and accepted and a reso
lution was unanimously passed
asking tho Superintendent of Puh
lic Works to proceed immediately
with tho laying of a larger main to
kahului and making tho exten
sions of Market and Church Streets,
and the sand hills.
As it is now persons aro laying
four hundred feet of pipo to get
water while many others are de
pendent upon ditches to supply
Patronize local men
Don't send to Honcu: u
when you can insure at home.
P. P. ROSECRANS,
Local Agt nt Now York Life,