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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1906
Mtikmvno'ti Pouetli of July
Tho word CREMO is perforated in tho
wrapper of ovory ono of our cnlobrnlcd
CUE M O 5 $ 0 1 G A R S . Thoy have no
bands. Wo will not guarantee tho qual
ity of any banded imperforated
CREMO C I.G A R'V
This is important to ovory sniokor.
Maui iWirie & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY , v
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskiles
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
mm s wnte us
"HSB & JLeatner
TB p certain of
women market and Main Sts.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELL KNOWN BTANDARD RRANDS OP
25c 2 glasses 25c
SPORTING ISLAND 1 PEOPLE
S. KIYIURA, Proprietor.
. 1 i
W I When you want your
g GENERAL BLACKSM1THING
f DAN. T. CAREY
a Main St. near Market,
brand,. denotes quality
in regards to your
HONOLULU, T. H.
CARRIAGE BUILDING I
carriaeo repaired tn w !f
w a I w -
to tho richt shon
HORSE SHOEING. "
tin Pour th lit Mukawan In u manner
Unit was a credit to Muknwao, mul
in a manner Unit wiwyreullv tipple
elated by all who were fnrtuiuite
enough to bo present. Larue num
bers wo o present fiom Kulii, Pun
none, Kaliului and Wailuku and joined
In t'..e celebration enjoying a day ot
sports that ranks among the best
ever scon on the island.
The ball gamo botween tho Puu
acne Athletic Association and Maui
Agricultural Co.'s nines was called
at 10:30 a. in. '1 M. Church acting
The striking order of tho teams
was as follows:
P. A. A. H. English, f ; J. Hat
tie, p.; P. P. Roseoians, ss.: SitnD
son, c. (capt ); Qogswell, II..; Smith,
2b,; Walsh, 3b.; W. W. Wescoatt, r.;
M. A. Co. J. Kaukn, lb.-c.;D.
Morton, p.; McNIchol, cf.; Bechcrt,
c.-lb.; W. Langaie, If.; C. C. Kramb
haar, 2b. (capt,); A. Taylor-. ss.:
Robinson, rf.; E. Morton 3b.
Scoro by innings:
12 3 4 5 6 7 89
P. A. A 0 3 3 0 2 3 4 11 0-2C
M. A. Co 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 fi n
The battery of tho Puunones out
classed tho Makawaos. Hattie, an
ox Punahou player, has dovolnnerl
recently into tho best nltchvr in tho
island and Simpson (ex captain of tho
Honolulu Mailas) catches him per-
foctly. Morton did fairly -well until
the 8th innint? when Iia -wpntannri
With the eicoption of tho hatterles
tho nines wero evenly matched and
next year it is possible that tho scoro
will road differently.
Rosecrans made a four-base hit for
Puuneno and Bockert for Makawnn.
The Puunones appeared to advan-
tago In their pretty blim and white
uniforms and the Maui' Agricultural
Co.'s men wero attractive in red suits
and white knickerbockers.
At tho conclusion ot the ramo Mrs.
J. N. S. Williams presented a hand
some silver loving cup mouated on
an ebony pedestal to the winning
nine. Hon. H. P. Baldwin, who w.i
tho donor of tho trophy, explained
that tho cup was to bo contested for
each year on the 4th of July, between
baseball nines from Puuneno and
Then came a most bountiful lunch-
e on under the trees of tho beautiful
". Sunnyside" residence.at which more
th. an five hundred Beonlo
d with sandwiches, sliced liana,
tonvm, potato salad, olives, water.
mellc v, grapes, cake, iced soda
Aft er luncheon there was. somo
tennis playing and later in th& after
noon, the following men took niirt. in
tho' til ting for rings: J. B. Thorap-
Over II vo bundled of tin best
pli till I lie island celi-binted
son, V. r. Jingle, G. S. Aikeu, P. P.
Baldwi 'd, O. C. Krumbhaar, H. Rice
D. T. Fleming. After tho three
trials, ! t was aPUOnnced 'that D. T.
Flemini ' had won for 1I106V tho silver
tro Dhy with tho record of 5 rings
of a possible' nine.
At 3 O 'clr.e.k the Tiolfk cnitin tnnlr
( ' L "5
I'lce but Tvag not a tourmimontinns
much as i.'t was imposfiiblo toarratiL'o
foraPuuB' eno' quartet,' As all the
players n ore mounted on snecdv
ponies thf . j,iay Was fast, and though
orror.s v ,rQ made now and then the
large rnsr mber of spectators present
seemed! t0 eniov hugely tho excito-
. tho sport.
o playing lu somo or all of the
eriods of 15 minutes each wore:
8 F. p. Baldwin (capt.), H.
aldwin, tW. O. Aiken, C. C.
,bhaar, G. S. Aikon.
ites. B. T. Fleming (capt.) ,C.
.lej D. C. Dindsay, W. Englu, J.
eid, Harold Rice.
ore by periods:
12 3 4
s. 2 1 2 1-C
tea 1 0 0 23
lasmuch as the Whites wero pen
pd for knocking the ball over
ir own goal line, tho real score
.od'G to 2. In the first period
Dole made a goal after carrying
o bail tho entire lungth'of the field
id F. F. Baldwin performed
itne brilliant play in the third
F. A. Alexander acted as referee
ml J. N. S. Williams as tlmokeeper
arles Achi. tho Honolulu politi
aid Maui a Hying visit, coming
Tuesday niglit and returning
Wednesday afternoon. Charley Achi
thinkfClie will be the supervisor at
tartiefdr the next two years from his
district s Honolulu.
NEAT, REASONABLE AND
MEMORIALS. Artistic in
J. C. AXTELL & CO,
F. O. Box G2
Dunce nnd Dinnci tit Kuluilui.
The Ladles Auxiliary of Kaliului
are giving a dinner and dance at the
Tonnis Court at Kaliului tonight,
which is expected to bo a thorough
success in ovory way and thoroughly
enjoyed by all.
The ladies who havo tho affair in
charge are sparing no ufforts to make
tho same a complete success, and
judging from the way the guests of
the tennis club wero royally enter
tained, this evening's event will tie
patronized by a great many people
who wish to enjoy more such evenings
as wero spent in Kaliului on the
evening of the 3rd instant.
Funds have been subscribed to
erect a church in Kaliului and the
ladies propoped to secure funds by
means of a dinner and clauce tonight
to pay part for the necesiry equip
ment of tho same.
The dinner aud dauco are to be on
the Kaliului Tennis Court, where the
Tonnis Club recently untertaiiied
Freo trains are to bo run from
Paia, Puuneno and "Wailuku.-
Invitations are already out and a
great many peoplo are expected to
The eutiro cost lor transportation,
dinner and dance will bo but ono
dollar, which will not to felt by the
individual, 'but will as a whole aid
tho ladies in their cause.
Gun Club Meeting lit ICihel.
On Sunday, July 8th, tho Puunene
Gun Club came over to Kiliei to shoot
against the Kjhei Gun Club in a
friendly match. Some excellent scores
wero made by everybody.
Mr. Bell made the highest score,
breaking 39 out of 45 birds. Mrs.
Scott and Mr. Sparks shot a "tie as
second, both breaking 33 out -of 45
birds,, while George L. Keeney was a
close third, breaking 32 out of 45
biids. It proved a most enthusiastic
shoot and was kept up all da.y. A
luncheon was served at noon, ami the
shooting resumed afterwards.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Keeney, Mr. "Wni. Loughor
Mr. R. Mayfield, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Scott, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. Sparks, Mr.
McCloud, Mr. M. Moura, Mr. Fcuer-
pell, Mr. J. Bell, Mr. G. Hofgaard,
Mr. Thco. Nickclscn and Mr. C.
Tho monthly meeting of tho Wai
luku District Improvement Assso
ciation was held in the Court House
on Thursday evening last.
W. J. Coolho reported over seven
liundrcd trees planted on tho road
to Kahului, and all of which are
Superintendent W, E. Bal of tho
Water Committee reported orally
tho need of extending tho water
mains and putting in larger pipes
to Kahului. Tho report was ac
cepted and a motion was mado in
structing the Secretary to write
tho Superintendent of Public
Worke endorsing Mr. Bal's recom
mendation. This carried unani
mously. Tho matter of tho crooked line
laid out by County Engineer How
ell for tho cement sidewalk on
Market street was taken up and it
waB learned that tho reason for tho
samo was duo to the stand taken
by a fow property owners.
Mr. Lufkin moved that a com
mittee of three bo appointed to
wait on tho property holders and
secure thoir consent to straighten
tho sidewalk line. This motion
carried unanimously nnd Mr. C. D;
Lufkin, Geo. Weight and L. M.
Baldwin were appointed.
Design. Durable as Time.
This week a teachers examina
tion was held in the Wailuku School
house for the accommodation of the
teachers of this island and ten ap
plicants wero present to apply for
The examination was held by
Inspector Wells. The persons ap
plying wore Miss Hattie Maulc and
Miss Lucy Lani of tho Waiheo
School, Mrs. Kukahiko of Kiliei,
Mrs. Keawe of Kahakuloa, Mrs. D.
Kapohnkimohowa of Keokea, Mr.
Kahviaea of Kaupo, Mr. Ah You
of Keanac, Mr. Cockett of Kcala
hou, Miss Kalino of Kenhihou, Mr.
Iloopii of Olowalu.
From the work soon it is safe to
say that many of the teachers have
studied hard during tllo year and
will pass with a much higher ave
rage than they did a year ago.
There is one gross injustice done
by the Department of Education
that should he remedied bv that
body at tho next meeting of the
Board, and that is, the rule that
excludes from the examinations all
persons who have not had at least
one year's training in tho Normal
School or at least ono year's prac
tice as a teacher, or a High School
Diploma, or its equivalent. This
rule prevented at least ono young
man from taking tho examinations
here and lie is a native of Maui, a
hard student, a young man of good
moral character and qualified to
pass tho examinations, tho rule is
an injustice and should never have
been passed, however much it may
benefit tho Normal. School.
An unusally largo number of
club members took part in tiio
practico game of polo on tho grounds
at Paia last Saturday afternoon.
Those playing in a part of whole
of tne game were the following1.
Reds - F. F. Baldwin (capt.),JI.
A. Baldwin, W. O. Aiken,' Harold
Rice, J. B. Thompson, CO. Krumb
haar, B. V. Bazata.
Whites. L. von .Tcmpsky (capt.),
0. S. Dole, D. T. Fleming, Arthur
D. Baldwin, Sam. Baldwin, W.
After a closo contcBt tho Reds
won by a score of 8 gjals to 5.
Saturday evening, the 7th a
dancing party was given at Pic
per's Hotel, Paia, by the Paia So
cial Club, in honor of Walter En
gle, who is soon to leavo Paia for
Lahaina. The dance was a most
successful social event. Mr. Englo
who has been bookkeeper of tho
Paia Plantation Store tor several
years past is soon to accept a clerk
ship in Lahaina baAk under Cash
ier C. D. Lufkin.
Tuesday attornoon tho'Makawao
Ladies' Aid Society mot at Mrs. W.
F. McConkoy's; Paia.
Thursday afternoon, the Ladies'
Reading Club mot at Mrs. Henry
Friday evening, tho 13th, the
Literary Society will meot at Dr.
and Mrs, F. McConkey's residonce,
T. B. Burmingbam, rapresonting
Fj. O. Hall & So.i, is expected in town
to day. 116 writes to his friends the
following: Please ohain tho dog nnd
hold your orders for yours in hope..
W. G. Scott loft last Saturday for
a trip hack to England. During his
absence his business will be in charge
of John Mcdoirosi
SAFES. The Best Made
ALAKEA ST., Bet. Kiiif? nnd Hotel Sts.
LQC A LS
The Japancso have begun tho pub
lication of a newspapor in Wailuku
which they call tho Maul Shlnbun and
issue the same bi-weekly. Tho papc r
is issued each Wednesday and Satur
day. Its editors and proprietn-s nro
K. Yokoiawa and jS. K. Otsukn.
This is the first aiid only paper pun
Jlshed regularly in tho Japanese lan
guage on tho island.
The dredger Reclamation has ex
tended the broakwater at Kahului
out to a considerable distance and
are now working through anew pipe
line across a part of tho bay which
was impossible to do before tho'
breakwater was started. A vast'
difi'trenco is already notice t-ble in tho
waters at the landing and out in the
bay. A few months more and the
bay will all be as smooth as a mill
Work on the new Masonic Teiuplo
is being pushed to completion at Ka
liului and the structure will bo the
most imposing of its kind on the island
The Baldwin National Bank of Ka
hului will be ready for business in a
few weeks. '
Thc'Iliinas and Pioneers met again
at Kilohana Park last Sunday. The
IliuiDs won by a score of eight to six.
Ex-Queen Lihuokalani camo to
Lahaina with her suite by Tuesday's
boat. It looked like tho olden days
of Royalty tho wharf was packed
will) a moving inoss of humanity all
trying to get a'glimpso of the Queen.
She is at present stayhig at the
Pioneer Hotel. '
Mr. McKonzio of tho Waterhouse
Trust Co. was a caller, coming to
Lahahia from KahDolawe, where he
was for a couple of days making a
general inspection of the sheep ranch.
Tuesday ho accompanied a party of
young ladies, cliaporoned by Mrs,
Minnie Kolher of Lahaina to Molokai
in the launch- They have gone on a
deer hunting expedition as these have
been getting more plentiful of late:
They will be gone a couple of days
and it is to be hoped that ''Mac" will
bring back a little venisou for a few
of his friends.
When Lydeckor wa& hero looking
up old records, he called tho atten-
kion of n fow old Kamaainas to the
fact that it was Iiore, in this old his
toric spot, that Kamehamcha, the
Great, proclaimed his constitution.
This spot, which is known to a tew, '
should be marked with a tablet en
graved with a suitable inscription
and as they are now digging up tho
old connons that wero used as posts
to adorn tho Court House yard they
could also bo mounted and placed
around this historic spot to com
memorate tins great ovont of history
making in the early days
Mr. Hugh Howell and his assistant,
Mr. Foss, were in Lahaina for a few
days, Mr- Foss will remain a little
longer to finish up somo very im
The Bishop Estnto has given La
haina a strip of land alongiits pomen
ado on Main Street. Tho property
Is opposite tho Baldwin Homo and
now tho t it has a sidewalk three T.jet
wide, this part of tho town shows a
Tho Wailuku Minstrels wero in our
town last Saturday.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of
Stockholders nf llm Mn..i iiti
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Liquor Co., Lfd. will bo held at the
K of P. Hall, on Wednosday, July
18th, 1000, at 7:30 P. M.
.T. a A T?PT A
oec, juauiwine& Liquor Co.