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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. APRIL 27, 1907
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EDMUND II. HART
Notary Puhmo, Conveyancer and
Aoent to Grant Makriaqe License
Oflicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
HUGH M. COKE.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
7 P.M. to 8 P.M.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will bn held at
Masonic Hall. Kaliului, on the Satur
day niebt of each month nearest, the
full moon, at 7.30 P. M.
SPECIAL MEETING on the
STATED meeting April 27th.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary,
About a week ago wc received
some exceedingly handsome Shoes
and Slippers from the East, not
from S. Francisco, but direct from'
the East. This enables us to sell
them cheaper than any other store
on Maui. Ask for a pair of Men's
soft, elegant Romcos. They will
fit you like a glove. And our snug,
comfortable Men's Embroidered
Slippers are nice to slip on when
you come homo in .the evening.
Let us show you our Ladies',
Girls', Boys' and Babies' Shoes.
Also our Barefoot Sandals, Rub
bers, Tennis Shoes, White Canvas
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
a Score of 3 to I the Reds Are Beaten
Last Sunday at Well's Park. Waikapus
Victorious over Lahainas.
DEATH OF WELL KNOWN MAUI RANCHER.
George Cockett of Waiakoa, Kula, Dies Last Sunday at
Paia Hospital After an Illness Lasting a Month.
Funeral Took Place Following Day.
MORNING STARS AND WAIKAPU
It's a long ways ono would have
to travel to witness a finer and
cleaner game of ball than that
played at Well's Park last Sunday
between the Morning Stars and
Kahuluis and winch resulted in a
victon' for the former by a score of
3 to 1.
The audience was one of the
largest ever present at the Park
and were loud in their appreciation
of the clean sport put up. At every
good play made they cheered and
rooted from beginning to end: Both
teams had many supporters and
these did their utmost to help their
favorites to score.
The Kahuluis showed up in their
regular fine form but with second
baseman Hampton missing. Geo.
Henderson played second ably
while M. Joseph, a new man, play
ed short. Their playing, as well
as mat ot tno entire team, wns
very good, although they did not
come up to the Stars as far as batt
ing goes. '
The line-up of the teams were as
Stars J. Garcia, 2b., A. Garcia,
ss; lieo. uuinimngs, 3b; l . Wil
son, rf; Kaaiai, If; T. Krucgcr, c;
W. Bal, lb; Jno. Garcia, p; D. K.
Kahuluis Geo. Honderson, 2b;
M. Joseph, ss: T. Lloved. 3b: W.
Morris, cf; Jas. Hattio, p; Hussie,
If; Smith lb; Smythc, rf.
The game by innings was as fol
lows: First Inning. Kahuluis first to
bat. Henderson struck out, M.
Joseph flew out to second, and
Lloyd failed to connect and struck
out. Score 0.
J. Garcia walks and on bad
throw of pitcher to first reaches
third. A. Garcia flies out to short.
Cummings hits safo to tho left
garden bringing J. Garcia home.
Wilson puts nice fly to second who
throws to first and makes double
play. Score 1 run.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D. II. Case, Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEWENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 190G
Ionus and Overdrafts $'27,593.46
U. S. llomb 16,500.00
Premium on U. S' Bonds 495.00
Other Bonds (Quickly con
Cash on hand oud due from
liuukiug House Furniture and
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
Capital fetock $ 35,000.00
surplus anil rrolits 16.0S4.11
uivuiciuis unpaid , 1,400.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, cc
COUNTY OF MAUI. h'
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho above is trui to tho best of my knowledge, and belief.
0. D. LUFKIN, Casiiiek.
Subscribed and sworn to before 1110 this 2nd day of January, 1907.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit.
Second Inning Simpson struck
out, Morris safo on hit to right,
Ilattie and Ilussoy both strike out
Kaaiai out short to first, Kruger
strikes out nnd .Bal dies on foul
fly. Score 0.
ll'ird Inning Smith struck out
and Smythc also goes out 011 fly to
first. Henderson is given a base
on balls but Joseph flic3 out to
right. Score 0,
Jno. Garcia readies first 011 bad
throw of third and Pokipala strikes
out. J Garcia flies out to second
who again makes double piny to
first. Score 0.
T.l 11. T ft 1
ruurwi inning, jioyd sate on
hit. Simpson and Morris both out
on ilyballs. Ilattie hits hot
grounder to center garden and
Lloyd scores. Ilattie is caught
napping on second and put out
Score 1 run.
A. Garcia and Cummings botl
hit into the air and are put out
Wilson out second to first.
Fifth Inning. Hussie walks and
tomitli goes out- on fly to center.
Smythc hits to short, and a doublo
play to second to first was made,
Kaaiai goes out third to first
Kruegor strikes out and Bal flies
out to center.
Sixth Inning. Henderson leach
es first on muffle of second. Josepl:
hits safo over first. Llovd flies out
to first and Henderson is caught at
the plate. Simpson walks on fou
balls and Morris put out, pitcher to
first. Scoro 0.
Jno. barcia out catcher to first
Pokipala hits to center, who miss
eu. J. uarcia flies ' out to center
A. Garcia srifn nn frrnmwlnr r vf
v.. g.vti.iuu. . W . . j
and Cummings take first, being hit
by tho ball. Full bases and Wil
son up, who hits liner to Hendor
son and put out. Scoro 0.
bevonth Inning. Ilattie safe on
nase int. llussic out catcher to
first while Smith and Smythc botl
fly out. Scoro 0.
Kaaiai goes out pitcher to first
Kruger strikes out and Hal files
out to left field. Scoro 0.
Ligth Inning. Henderson dies
second to first and Joseph and
Lloyd meet the same fate on flies.
Jno. Garcia hits safo over short.
Pokipala .flies out to first. A.
Garcia hits a grounder to right
field and J. Garcia scores. On bad
throw A. Garcia reaches third and
on Cummings grounder past third
walks over the plate. Wilson
goes out pitcher to first. Score 2
Ninth Inning. Simpson, Morris
and Hattio go out in one, two,
1 2 3 4 S 0 7 8 fl
Kahului ....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Stars." 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3
Time of game, 1 hour 28 inin.
Struck out by Garcia 7, by Hat
Tho first game was played be
tween tho Waikapu and Lahaina
teams, and althojigh nothing much
was expected was vory exciting at
times. Quito a lot of interest was
taken in the game by those wait
ing for the second game.
mi t 1 .
mo lianainas were much 1111
proved and siiowcd they had been
practicing, although two of thei
best players were not able to con
over, the Waikapus have also
improved and showed their mctll
on several occasions.
The linc-up was as follows:
Waikapus - Viola, p.; Kalco, c
J. Lnos, ss.; Smith, rf.; W. Kuos
lb.; Coderlof, 2b.; A. Jackson, 3b
Knuila, If.; Sylvr., cf.
Lahaina D. Espnula, p.; J. 15s
pinda, c; R. Kcaupuni, ss.; E. Na
pacpnc, rf.; Kanaimi, lb.; P. Es
pinda, 2b.; Kua, 3b.; Ah Fong, If.
Scoro by innings:
1 2 3 4 5' G 7 8 9
Waikapus..2 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 514
Lahamas. .0 2131010 08
Time of game, 1 hour 33 min.
Umpires M. K. 1 Keohokalolo
W. F. Kaae.
Scorer Dr. W. It. Boote.
Tomorrow's game will be between
the Waikapus and Kahuluis and
should prove a very interesting
one. Tho Waikapus have a large
support and the Kahuluis will b
supported also by a big crowd.
The Directors of tho Association
would be helping the scorer a lot
by providing a table. He has
hard time as it is now.
A bell would also be an improve
ment and many people would be
saved the trouble of asking how
many runs were ssored each inn
beo. fcichrador has resigned as
Manager of the Morning Star team
and A. Enos has been appointed
111 his place.
The police arc to be congratulat
eel on tho manner in which they
kept tiie crowd away from tho
diamond. Officer Crowell deserves
The use of personal remarks a
the players should bo stopped. It
does not tend to clean sport.
Already there is talk of picking
a nine from among tho four teams
at tho end of the season and play
the champions of the Honolulu
Umpiro Keohokalole is certainly
the right man in tho riht place,
His decisions meet with the ap
proval of tho teams and audience.
The Stars celebrated their via
tory over the Kahuluis with quite
a lot of noiso last Sundav.
It is said that Judge Kepoikai
offered tho Stars a pig if thoy beat
DHATII OF GliORGIZ COCKBTT
On Sunday, the 21st, George
Cockett of Waiakoa, Kula, died at
Paia plantation hospital of liver
troublo after a month's illness.
Mr. Lockott was a rancher and
was born at Waikapu about CO
years ago. He was a member of
the well-known Cockett family of
Maui. He leaves a sister and two
brothers, Airs. Taylor of Lahaina,
tho widow of tho Into Capt. David
laylor, Uhns. U. Cockett of the
sanio town and Pia Cockett. the
manager of tho Cornwoll ranch in
mii. ruiricii jocKcu, uio prin
cipal of tho Ulupalakua school is
his son and Mrs. Do Bolt, tho wife
of Judgo J. T. Do Bolt of Honolulu
is his step-daughter. Deputy
Sheriff Edgar Morton and Road
Supervisor David Mortou of Ma-
awao are his nephews.
Geo. Cockett was a man of quiet
disposition, a good citizen, and
well-liked by frionds and asso
Tho funeral took place on Mon-
ay morning at his lato residence
in Kula, Rev. D. N. Opium
Special Appropriation Bill is Amended Beyond
RecognitionItems for, School Houses
Inserted for all Islands.
ELECTRIC FRANCHISE BILL PASSES.
House and Senate Override Governor's Veto Senate Kills
Maui County Bonding Bill Redmond Dissatisfied with
New Irish Bill Introduced in Parliament.
(SPECIAL TO Tllll MAUI NEWS.)
Sugars 90 dcg. test 3.73. Beets 9s. Old.
HONOLULU, April 20. The Governor's Special Appropriation
bill has been amended beyond recognition. All the items have been
striken out and the following items for schoolhouses inserted instead:
Maui County, 40,000; Hawaii, $30,250; Kauai, $12,500; Oahu, $21,250.
HONOLULU April 20. The Senate and IIouso yesterday passed
tho Llectrio I ranchise Bill No. G4 over the Governor's veto.
HONOLULU, April 25. The Maui County Bonding Bill was kill
ed yesterday by the Senate or. third reading.
The House votes to override veto on Income Tax Bill.
The Bonding Bill referred to above was tho outcome of a resolution
pasped by the Maui Board of Supervisors at a special session last Wed
nesday, asking the Legislature to authorize the issuance ot 5 per cent
bonds for a period cf fifteen years to tho amount of $110,000 for the
building of certain roads on Maui and Molokai.
LONDON, April 20.-The Irish bill introduced in Parliament pro
poses a national council. Domestic affairs will be exclusive of military.
It grants very little legislative power. Redmond is dissatisfied.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 2G.-An alleged plot to murder McCar
thy, president of the building trades, by members of the electrical uni
on, has been discovered. Several arrests have been made. McCarthy
is fighting the electriciaiii and has caused them to withdraw frnm u-m-K-
011 the Fairmont Hotel.
The game of baseball between the Oaklands and San Francisco
resulted in favor of the former, 2 to 1. Joy pitched for the San Fran
cisco. Jlc passed , men on balls, and struck out 3. Only one hit waa
obtained from him. His wildncss lost the irnmo
The Jamestown exposition opens to-dav with a review of fm-nicn
MADRID, April 25. Tho Government has decided fn build
battleships, six cruisers and several torpedo destrovers in Enirli.,1.
CATANIA, Italy, April 25 Stromboli is again in eruption.
HONOLULU, April 25. Colonel Sam Johnson has bnnn frmnind
leave of absence for 80 days. Major Roily is in command temporarily.
MOJI, Japan, April 22. The P. M. S. S. Mongolia Is aslinrn nnnp
Maeda Lighthouse, In the province of Nagato. It is expected thatsho will
bo floated at hlh tide.
MOJI, April 23. The Mongolia has been refloated without damage and
has proceeded on her course.
MADRID, April 23.-The Spanish
the conservative?. 1
elections resulted In a victory for
LODZ, April 23. The nationalists have adopted lvnah law ns mMn,
of stopping socialist outragesi
NEV YORK, April 23.-Princo Albert Leopold of Saxo Cnhnrrr i,na
arrived en route to the Jamestown exposition. '
LONDON, April 23. Several thousand of the unemnloved m!irnl,n,i n
tho IIouso of Commons yesterday and made a demonstration.
WASHINGTON. April 23.-Secretarv Taft, has ctnm
that ho Is satisfied with conditions In Panama and Cuba.
LONDON, April 23. Sir Edward Grev. Sir Ernest R.it
Ray had been appointed delegates to Tho Haguo Pcaco Conference.
WASHINGTON, April 22.-Thc Congressional Hawaiian paYty will
from San Francisco in tho U. S. A. transport Duford on Anrll 3(1
sau irom &an i'ranclsco in the U. S. A. tmntnnrt ni,r..,i aii on
- ' - w . w Ull 4 1 ' I II OU.
NEW YORK, April 22.-M. Delagorcantz. tho now Minister from
Sweden to tho United States, has arrived here.
LONDON, April 22,-Lord Haliburton is dead.
ST. PETERSBURG, April 22.-I3v tho sinkinu of a .tn,m i h,
Neva forty-one persons have been drowned.
ROSTOVONDON, April 22.-The vice governor of tho nrinnl,n a
GOLDFIELD, Nov., April 22. Tho strilco has been settled,
MADRID, April 22. TJ10 election of deputies is quiet.
EL PASO, Tex., April 22.-The damage from snow In thta .pof Inn
amounts to $ 100,000.
SEOUL, April 22. Pakv An Wo. Chief of the llnard nf a,iim
he Korean Imperial household, was assassinated today.
NEW YORK, April 22.-W. O. Douidas. clerk of the Tr.,t. nn,
of North America, is accused of stealing possibly a quarter of k million
WASHINGTON, April 22. The United States Sunrnmn fWf .,i..
w dismissed the case of Charles Milfred Harrison vs. J. Alfred Magoon ot of
1 01 Instituted In the Hawaiian Islands. This sottlos tho famous Ha "ey (Gold
I Liquor) legal contost which held tho attention of the local courts so Ion",