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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, MAY J 6, 1908
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
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It is guaranteed to keep till the can is opened, and then for
three or four days. Its richness makes it the best for cooking
purposes and for tea, coffee, etc.
H. Hackfelcl & Co., Ltd.
We have the first output
of the season In pints and
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI.
Seeing is Believing.
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of. nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bathtub,
French Plato Glass Mirrors
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Soap and Sponge Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
(t Tumbler Holders, '
- Btth Seats,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To roalizo their beauty and usefulness they
must bo seen and used. Taken as a whole theso
fittings are tho most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore tho MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within the roach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be hold at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, May 23rd.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
J. H. NELSON, C. C.
D. H. CASE, K. OF R. & S.
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. P. & A. M.
Stated meetings will bo held at
Masonic Hall, Kaliului, on tho first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. 0. LINDSAY R. VV. JV.
t. f. Socretary.
Continued from I'nge I.
out at second. Keanu is safe on
center's mufllc and O'Sullivan
Fourth Inning: Kaanana goes
out pitcher to first. Aikala is safe
on a hit and Knlani flies out to
right. Fernandez singles, and ai
kala scores on bad throw of third
base. Smytlio drives a corking
liner to center garden and Fernan
dez ncrosses the pinto. Morris ia
put out pitcher to first. Score 2
Smith hits safe. Waiwaiolo
strikes out. Kaleo reaches first on
error of first and Smith scores on
bad throws, whidh advance kaleo
to third who scores on a pretty hit
by Kaaiai. Kruegor strikes out
Hussey files out to second. Score
Fifth Inning: Ernest hits to
left fielder, who fumbles. Nawai
hits to same place but is caught,
Ernest dies at third. Schrnder
walks and steals second and third
Kaanana and Knlani both hit
safoly and Schrnder being forced
home is caught out. Score 0.
Meyer goes out pitcher to first,
Keanu fans out and O'Sullivan
flies out to second.
Sixth Inning: Knlani, Fernan
dez and Smythe all fly out in one,
two, three order. No Score.
Smith and Waiwaiole fail to con
nect and Kaleo flies out to the
Seventh Inning: Morris Eafe on
error-of right and Ernest hits safe
to left? Morris is caught at third
and Ernest at second. Nawai hits
to right who misses. Schrnder
reaches first on muflle of first.
Kaanana makes a nice bit and Na
wai scores. Aikala goesout short
to first. Score 1.
Kaaiai safe on error of third.
Kruegcr flieB out to pitcher and
Kaaiai reaches third on bad throw
of pitcher. Hussey hits eafe and
Kaaiai scores. Meyer flies out to
center garden. Hussey steals third
and scores on a bad throw to catch
er, Keanu is safe on second's fum
ble. O'Sullivan hits but Keanu is
caught out at second. Score 2
Eight Inning: Kalani reachps
first on short's fumble and Fernan
dez gets there on a hit. Smythe
drives a two bagger to center-field
and Kalani and Fernandez scoro
Tho crowd is excited when Morris
lands safe, Smythe scoring on bad
throws. Ernest fans the atmos
phere and so doe3 Nawai. Schrnd
er ip put out pitcher to first. Ka-
huluis are three runs to tho good.
Smith is safe on second's fumble
and scores on Waiwaiolo's ground
er to left field. Kaleo grounds out
to first. Kruegcr hits to short who
tries to catch Kaaiai at the plate
and fails to do so. Hussey and
Meyer are both put out at first.
Score 3 runs.
Ninth Inning: Kaanana, Aika
la and Kalani go out in fust order.
Keanu gets to firstsafely. O'SuN
livan flies out to loft garden.
Smith makes pretty hit to left and
Keanu scores the winning run.
The second gamo was promptly
started at 3.30. Tho Waikapus ap
peared in new uniforms and show
ed what practice can do in defeat
ing the Stars, who won tho cham
pionship cup lust winter to tho
tune of 7 to 2.
Sam Decker, tho now manager of
the Stars, still feels confident that
his team is going to be a winner,
while Manager George Maxwell of
the Waikapu, after Sunday's vic
tory, cannot find a hat in town to
Dr. Booto umpired tho second
gamo, it having been decided by
tho Association to have two um
pires, each to umpire one game.
Tho lineup of the teams was as
Waikapus -F. Sylva, 2b, Jack
son, If, Cummings, c, W. Enos, cf,
Viola, 3b, Dutro, 83, Cockett, lb,
II. bylva, p, J. liiiios, rf.
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Stars Jno. Garcia, p, A.Garcia,
If, J. Garcia, 2b, Bcnio, 3b, Bal, c,
Iaing, lb, Kia, ss, Pokipala, cf,
First Inning: The Waikapus
were to bat first. Fi Sylva went out
picther to first. Jackson hits into
the canefield and reaches third be
fore the ball is found. Cummings
hits to short, who makes bad throw
and Jackson scores. W. Enos and
Viela both go out third to first.
Score 1 run.
Jno Garcia gets to first safe on
error of second but is caught steal
ing second. A. Garcia and J. Gar
cia both fly out. No score.
Second Inning: Dutro fans.
Cockett singles to right. II. Sylva
and J. Enos both have holes in
their bats. No score.
Bento, Bal and Laing go out in
Third Inning: F Sylva fans
the air. Jackson hits to canefield
but is caught out after a long run
to third. Cummings is given a
walk and W. Enos flies out to
pitcher. Kia fails to connect with
the sphere. Pokipala is hit by
ball and put out on Kama's foul
fly to first.'
Fourth Inning: Viela and Du
tro both fly out and Cockett strikes
Jno. Garcia dies short to first.
A. Garcia out on fly to third. J.
Garcia makes pretty two-bagger."
Bento drives a swift grounder and
Garcia scores. Bal out pitcher to
first. First run.
Fifth Inning: II. Sylva drives
a grounder to center garden but is
caugfit stealing second. J. Enos
is allowed to walk and F. Sylva
lands a two-bagger in tho middle
garden. Jackson grounds to short
who fails to catch Enos at the
plate. Everybody safe and Cumm
ings makes a base hit bringing
Sylva homo. W. Enos strikes out
Viola hits to right and Jackson
crosses tho plate. Dutro drives a
liner to left field bringing Cumm
ings and Violla home. Cockett
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hits safo and Dutro scores. II.
Sylva is out short to fust. Score
Laing and Kia both fly out. Po
kipala is again hit by the pitcher
and steal? second and third, but
Kama fans the atmosphere. . No
Sixth Inning: J. Enos reaches
first on an error but is later caught
out at second. F. Sylva and Jack
son both lly out.
Jno. Garcia flies out to third. A
Garcia out on foul fly to third. J
Garcia out third to first.
Seventh Inning: Cummings goes
out short to first. W. Enos reaches
first on a' hit and Viela is nllovved
to walk. Dutro flies out to 'eft
garden and W. Enos is caught
napping at second. No score.
Bento flies out to short. W. Enos
is out, being hit by a batted ball
and Laing is put out from third to
Eighth Inning: Cockett dies
third to first. II. Sylva hits safo
but is again caught stealing second.
J. Enos again fans the atmosphere.
Kia goes out short to first. Poki
pala is for the third time hit by the
pitchorand allowed his base. Kama
grounds out pitcher to first and
Jno. Garcia has a hole in his bat.
Ninth Inning: F. Sylva and
Jackson go out third to first and
Cummings gets tho same dopo from
second to first. Waikapus still six
A Garcia is allowed to stroll. J.
Garcia hits safo to right garden
and a Garcia reaches third. Bento
fails to connect. Bal sacrifices and
A. Garcia scores. Laing flies out
to left garden and the game ends
with tho Stars 2 and Waikapus 7.
There will be only one ganio to
morow owing to the Kaliului team
boing unable to bo present. Tho
game will start at 3:30 p. m. and
will be betweon tho Waikapus and
Healanis. A good game is oxpect
ed as those toams woro last Sun
day's victors and have been hard
at practice. A largo crowd is ox
pected to bo present.
Receive New Pastor.
A reception, largely attended,
was given at the rooms of Mr. and
Mrs. Waal on Saturday evening, x
May the 2nd, to the Rev. Leopqld
Kroll and Mrs. Kroll. Mrs. Na
hoolelua Sr. received the visitors,
Mrs. Waal escorted them to the
parlor and Mrs. Hose Sr. introduc
ed them to Mr. and Mrs. Kroll who
were covered with leie. . )
Dr. Oleson and the Rev. O:
Gulick spoke on tho missionary
work of the islands on Wednesday
evening at Hale Aloha hall.
Letters from Baltimore tell of
the engagement of Miss Mary
Austin, who is so favorably known
here, to Mr. Murphy, an editor.
They will be married in June.
Mr. Bonine, tho moving picture
man was in town on Wednesday.
Mr. Kroll will hold a service at
the Episcopal church on the 18th
of May for civil and international
The pupils of Lahainaluna havo
finished forty-oight tables for their ,
Mangoes are getting ripo in Laliaina.
The Rev. Leopold Kroll is teach
ing vocal music in 'the Lahaina
Dr. Carey of Wailuku repaired"
tho teeth of tho citizens of Lahaina
this week. Tho fino work ho has
dono during previous' visits has
made him popular hero.
Tho Lahaina Improvement As
sociation held its monthly meeting
at tho Pioneer hotel last week.
A largo number of people visited
tho Lahaina school on May Day to
enjoy tho exercises. Tho pupils
are now propanng to celobrato tho
anniversary of tho 1st conference
of Tho Haguo.