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THE MAUI NEWS
'S ATURD AY, MAY 9, 1908
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MILK THAT KEEPS
pure and fresh till you want it, no. matter, how warm the
weather. ' Milk that is thoroughly sterilized by a hygienic
process that retains all the Natural Quality and increases the
richness and Butter Fat by evaporation.
Coutiilucd from l'nge.i.
draw, it shall be playcil off at the
end of the season in its regular or
It is guaranteed to keep till
three or four days. Its richness
purposes and for tea, coffee, etc.
i Primo . i
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We have the first output
of the season in pints and
1 Maui Wine
SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI. . I
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bathtub, . '
l Showbr Heads,
French Plate Glass Mirrors, . '
Soap Dishes for' the Wall,
I Sponge Holders,
Sponge Cups, , ' '
Soap and Sponiro Holders, ,
v Towel Bars in various sizes, . ' '
. ( Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold,'
Comb and Brush Tray's, .
Tooth and Brush Holders,
'To realize their beauty and usefulness thoy
must bo soon and used.
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and thqroforo the MOST SANITAHY.
Our pWcos bring them within the roach of all.
Wo invito -your kind inspection. -i
KAHULUI RAILROAD" CO.'S
MERCHANDISE D-E PT.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be hold at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, May 23rd.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
J. H. NELSON, C. C. '
D. II. CASE, K, OP R. & S.
tho can is opened,' and then for
makes it the best for cooking
& Co., Ltd.
,& Liquor. Co. I
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
Taken as a wholo thoso
: : ECAHULUI.
LODGE MAUI, No.984, A- V-.&A. JV1.
Statod meetings will be hold at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of oach mouth at 7.30
Visiting brethren are oordjally in
vited toattonfi. . ,
D. 0. LINDSAY R. W. A'.
11. Should tho Unipi'os, in the
execution of their oliicial duties
find it necessary to impose any
fines on players, such lines shall
lirsl he paid to the Ground Mana
ger, before such player is allowed
to again appear on tho Ground.
12. No player is allowed to
speak to the umpire during the
playing of their game' other than
the captains of opposing teams on
tho field. '
lof The following amounts shall
be allowed as u legitimate expense
of the Association in connection
with its games: !f3.(J0 being for
transportation for every game par
ticipated m by the Waikanu Base-
ball team; $8.00 for everv game
participated in by tho Kahului
M. All expenses of the Associa
tion in connection wi.h piecing
grounds in shape, repairing grand
stands, and other legitimate ex
penses, shall be deducted from re
ceipts of games. At the end of the
seasoir the following percentages
shall be paid to competing teams
of the league; -10 to the winning
teain;n09fc to the 2nd team: 20
to the'third team; andJ0 to tho
15'. All games scheduled must
bo-played either at schedule time
or at the end of the season, and-for
every game not at all played, 'the
opposing teams shall be assessed
$2.00 each, which amount is to be
placed in the general fund, for
subdivision in accordance with the
Hi. In all cases where an appeal
is to be taken from an Umpire's
decision or any apparent irregu
larity, protcit and notice of such
appeal shall be verbally made be
fore tho end of Mich game m which
said dispute arises. Tho protest
ing team is then allowed -18 hours
in which to give notice to the
Grounds Manager, in wilting, of
hucIT appeal, naming pne arbitra
tor in such protest. It shall then
be the duty of the Ground Manager
to notjfy the opposing team with
instructions that they appoint their
arbitrator, within one week. The
two so named to appoint a third
person, who shall form the Court
of Appeals, to decideseuch, question
as may be brought before him.
17 In all cases where the Court
of Appeals decide that a special
game is to played over, such game
shall bo played at the end of the
season in its regular order.
IS. In all cases whore a ball il
batted to right into tho cano field
or rolls into the cano field as a re
sult of batting no runner will bo
allowed more than two bases.
19. In case any team withdraws
from tho league before the end of
tho season such .team shall forfeit
all of its share of thexamount due
and the profits if any shall" bo
divided among the teams playing
out the feason.
The four teams playing are the
Waikapu's George Cumniings, e.
If. Sy'va and lluakini Enos, p. Joe
Cockett, 1st, b.Nowell, 2nd b, Viola,
3rd b, V. Dutro, s s, A.' Jackons,
If, Frank Sylva, ef, W. linos, rf,
George dimming! Captain and
George Maxwell Manager.
Star. W. E. Hal Jr., e. and
Captain,, John Garoia.-p, Parker, 1st
b, J Garcia, 2nd b, C. Bento, 3rd
1. AllKit-Kia, eg, A. Garcia. If. D.
K. Pokiiwlu cf. Kama rf. ,
Healani's U-Waiwaiole ( U.
Movers, p. J. Keaiiu1sTl7and Chut-.
Nod Kruger 2nd b,3am Kuleoflrd;..
u, Tho. Hiiasey- W,:5nillh -If,
Joo Wajwaiolo, cf, Solomon Peter
Kuhului's J. Fernandas e, Aika-
la p, Ernest AJ Nee 1st b, KalaniJ
lirni u, awai. am u. ah Kwal se
James Smyth, If, W. Morris, cf, G
Ji. Schroder rf, and Captain.
. Now ppen
Engageflient of a Popular
Young Couple Announced.
The polo season on Maui is now
fairly started. Wednesday evening
of last week a well attended meet
ing of the association was held at
Hamakuupoko at tho residence of
II. A. Baldwin, tho president of
the club. Tho following division
of players was made,. for practice
W. O. Aiken, (Captain) F. F.
Baldwin,' II. A. Baldwin, E. A.
Peck, D. C. Lindsay, E. B.Turner,
II. B. Wollcr, S. A. Baldwin.
1). T. Fleming, (Captain); C. C.
Kruinbhaar, II. V. Bice, L. von
Tempsky, Lorrin K. Stiijth, A. V.
Collins, D. E. Upton, "l)r. W. D.
It. is to bo noted that Messrs.
Collins, Upton, Turner and Smith
are new members taking the places
of Messrs. Wilbur, Bazata and
others who have dropped out.
At this meeting it was voted to
i'osumo the practice of hooking the
stickos of opponents. As il is im
possible for soveral reasons to send
a. team to Oalni this summer, it
was decided instead to invito tho
Oahu club to send their best play
ers to Maui for a tournament.
At a practico game hcjd last Sat
urday afternoon, tho 2nd, tho Reds
defeated tho Whites who however
did not have all their best players
to draw from.
The Reds next weok will ho
weakened by tho' doparturo of F.
F. Baldwin for the Coast on a
W. F. Colo of Fresno, Cal.. who
has recently accepted tho manager
n n o u nee m e
I am prepared to furnish youranything
you may vant in .
d have two second-hand Olds'mobiles for
,.saler both in good working condition.
$200 and $400.
ship of the KaupaUalua Wine and
Liquor Co., evidently believes that
grape-growing and wine-making
will bo successful in Makawao for
ho has purchased MO shares of the
company's stock. Before return
ing to Maui he will spend three or
four thousand dollars for the com
pany, buying 15 tanks holding one
and two thousand gallons and a
still which will do. away entirely
with the old fashioned method of
crushing out tho grape juice with
the feet. -Ho has advised Kaupa
kalua farmers t to plant all the
pcaci trees possiblo thinking that
peach brandy can bo made with
profit. Mr. Cole will bring back
his wife and daughter and reside
in Makawao whose climate he
thinks will benefit his health which
ha been impaired by malaiia.
Maunaolu Seminary will hold
its closing exercises, June 9th. At
the end of the term Miss Hausnor,
the principal, and Miss Lay, one
of the teachers, will depart for the
main-land and while absent will
attend the meeting of the Teachers'
National Association to bo held at
Last Sifturday afternoon the 1st
an alumni association of the gra
duates of Maunaolu wa formed at
the residence of Mrs. Ilenrv Robin
son at Paia.
D. E. Upton has succeeded E. A.
Wilson as timekeeper at Haniakua
poko. ' N
W. Clark has taken tho place of
David Jamieson as timekeeper at
rJ he engagement of Miss Mary
Vincent to Mr. Clark has been an
Mrs. McQuado is visiting her
father, Mr. Henry Alexander of
Mrs. Froeth of Honolulu is the
feuost of Mrs. Dowsett of Makawao.
Lhst Saturday afternoon at Pint-
neno A. W. Collins and W. Foster
defeated Dr. G. S. Aiken and F.
B. Sinnock, G-4 and G-l. This,
was a part of the semi-tinah of 3d '
temris tournament for tho Sawyer
All members of the present gra-
duating class of Maunaolu will bo
presented by a guiileman, who
wishes to remain unknown with
penant pins of blue and white
enamel incribe'd Maunaolu,
The baseball nine of- tho Maui
Agricultural Co. is practicing prc
patory to tho annual 4th of July
game with Puuneno. Several
members of the polo club are en
rolled in this nine.
Capt. Clark of tho Salvation
Army is doiiig successful work es
pecially among Porto Ricans. He
is ably assisted in this work by a
Porto Rican boy who when ho first
came to Hawaii labored on llama- .
Professor Duckwell, tho pine
apple export, who recently visited
the Islands was brought here
through tho enterprise of tho
Haiku Fruit and Packing Co.
Misses Kinney and Lyons of
Redlands were delighted with views
of Ilalcakala obtained during Sat
urday April 21th.
Tho ranches and farms of Maka
wao and Kuhv are suffering
Minister and Wife.
A reception will be civen to the
Rev. Theodore and Mrs. Waltrin on
Wednesday evening May 13th at 8
,P. M. at the home of Mr. and'Mrs.
Hons Kahului to which all friends
of the Church are cordially invited.
A suitablo musical programme
for tho evening has been arranged.
In tho event of tho non arrival of
Mr. and Mrs. Waltrip on Monday
by the Nebraskan tho reception will
take place on tho evening following