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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1908
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selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bathtub,
French Plate Glass Mirrors,
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Sponge Holders, ' t
' Soap and Sponeo Holders,
Towel Bars in Various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold, v
Comb and Brush Trays,
vs ' - Tooth and Brush Holders,
. 'l Tumbler Holders,
, Bf.th Seats,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beauty And usefulness they
must be scon and used. Taken as a whole those
fittings arbtho most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore tho MOST SANITARY.
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KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAH L I.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 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. II. CASE, K. OP I!. & S.
& Co., Ltd.
& Liquor Co.
LODGE MAU I, No. 1)84, A. P. & A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. C. LINDSAY R. W. V.
t. f. Secretary.
Company to Handle Crow
Ililo, May 21. The Hawaii Ma
hogany and Lumber Company has
things moving in pretty good shape
both on Hawaii and in Honolulu,
and every effort is being made to
have a superabundance of oliia ties
ready for shipment early in July,
Directors J.'B. Castle, L. A. Thurs
ton and A. F. J mid, of tho com
pany, arrived hero yesterday by
the Mauna Kea to louk over the
As far as the freighting end is
concerned, this is being handled by
James 13 Castle, president of tho
company, and he has been con
suiting with Captain Goodman of
the Emily C. Whitney, on the all
important topics of bottoms, freights
speed, cargo capacity, etc., for the
past three weeks. Captain Good
man made two trips to Honolulu
at Mr. Castle's request, upon the
hist occasion leaving his vessel in
charge of his chief olliccr who is
taking her up to tho Coast, while
Captain Goodman hurried along
on tho Hilonian.
Hero, Manager Harris has been
putting all pressure on the Puna
forests which supply tho ties, and.
tho Volcano end work has been
temporarily suspended. An order
for twenty "log"' cars has been
placed with tho Ililo Railroad
Company. These "log" cars are
somewhat different from the or
dinary car, being 22 feet long and
each running on eight instead of
four wheels. They can bo extend
ed, as desired, to suit tho length of
logs being hauled, and at the ends
of the cars are "bunks" on which
the logs rest. The fact that these
are being made here means some
extra work for the Hilo Railroad's
machine shops, which may also
soon he called upon to turn out
some ordinary Hat cars for hauling
rock to the Breakwater.
J. rf. Carton, of the ?anta Fo
company, will leave for Honolulu
next week, on his way back to the
Coast. Mr. Carton has been in
Hilo for several months watching
tho Ohia tie business for the rail
road he represents and now feels
that he can leave hero as the ties
are being turned out in good shape
and there is supply enough on hand
for early shipments. When the
big mill is running at Puna, Mr.
Carton says they can easily turn
out a cargo every three weeks to
meet requirements. Of the work
that has been turned out with the
small mill in Puna ho is well
pleased, and further says that there
is nothing to bo d sired in the
quality of the ties.
In less than two months' time
the first cargo of ties should move
out of Hilo harbor and then there
must be regular communication be
tween here and tho southern ports
of California, San Pedro and Red
ondo. L. T. Garnsoy, who ,is president
of tho Itedondo & Los Angeles rail
road, which is a feeder of the Santa
Fe, and which must haul somo of
tho ties at tho other end, is looking
over tho field hero to gain an idea
of the possibility of a steamship
line that can be opereted in con
nection with his land line.
As soon as the lie cud of tho
business is moving with regularity
and precision, work will bo resum
ed at the mahogany camp near tho
Volcano. T his is by far tho most
important part of tlm company's
business financially, anil it is in
tended to sell the wood to tho largo
manufacturers of furniture, and
not to undertake its manufacture.
The company aro producers, not
retailers, and as such they want to
have a good supply of material
available that can bo shipped in
quantities to Biiit buyers when they
have seen and tried tho wood and
aro in a position to appreciate its
merits. For this branch of the
business tho markets of tho world
Coming to Hawaii.
Honolulu, May 25. That two
construction men for tho Pearl
Harbor work will soon be on the
spot for the Government appeiirs
the Army and Navy Register of
May 9th. Engineer C. W. Parks
and Assistant Engineer G. S. Bur
rell have been ordered from' San
Francisco to leave for this port by
the Siberia, which sails today, and
ia due hero next Monday.
This is in accordance with what
was expected at the time it was
heard that the appropriation bill
had been passed, Captain Otwcll,
the U. S. Engineer here, saying
that he was willing to do all he
could in this work, but that ho was
of tho opinion a naval construction
man would be sent down to take
charge. The local Engineer's oflice
has offered to do the work in the
dredging of tho channel if it is so
desired, but it is not known if tho
offer will be accepted.
This will be a very definite step
ahead in tho Pearl Harbor work.
With the constructionists on tho
ground it is expected that there will
be little delay in sending tho work
Official notification of the orders
in this regard was received today
by Capt. Rees, commandant at tho
naval station. He is personally
acquainted with Parks, having
served with him at Portsmouth, N.
II. Parks is generally considered
one of the best engineers in the
Government service. Ho is just
detached from the Portsmouth navy
yard, and Burrell comes from
Boston navy yard, being detached
on the 19th.
Th6 Wailuku Improvement Association
will hold its regular monthly meeting
Thursday evening June 4th at 7:30
o'clock p. m
. Per order, '
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ring up phone 857.
, B. O. BORN.
Continued from Page 1.
Third Inning Kaaiai dies on fly
to second. Kaleo makes two-bagger
to left and is caught trying to
make third. Waiwaiole flics out to
J. Garcia goes out third to first.
A Garcia lands a fly into tho care
field back of right garden but is only
allowed to reach second owing to a
ruling passed by the association.'
Bento waits for four balls and is
given a walk. Bal flies into second's
hands who makes a double play.
Fourth Inning O'Sullivan and
Ilussey dies short to first. Meyer
meets the same fate third to first.
Kama goes out catcher o first
and Tom Krueger fans the atmos
phere. Kia hit safe to right garden
and stole second. Pokipala fiiids a
hole in his bat.
Fifth Inning Ned Krueger hits
safe into center garden and Smith
reaches first pillow on an error of
left. Keanu fans out. Kaaiai reaches
first on fumble of first and tho bases
are full with Kaleo to bat. He hits
to center who lets.it go through his
fingers and three men score. Wai
waiolo also hits into' center garden
and Kaleo crosses tho plate. O'Sul
livan grounds safe to right field and
Waiwaiolo scores on bad throw of
first. Ilussey hits to third and
O'Sullivan is caught wA'wwM.e.yor
fans out. Score 5.rus.
Parker once mdr fans ut. J.
Garcia is safe at VLrst oy error of
short. A. GiuciaMamfiMirimnder
past third and reaches seeotntNPsuto
flies out to third iuid J. Garcia is
put Out at third, , ;
Sixth Inning Krueger, Smith
nnd Keanu die in one, two, three
Bal goes out pitcher to first. Kama
fails to connect and dies, Tj Knie-
ger walks. Kia hits to second who
makes bum throw to first and Krue
ger scores. Kia advances to third
on bad throws. Pokipala is safe on
first bag on catcher's fumble and
Kia scores. Pa.kor goes catcher to
first. Scores 2 runs.
Seventh Inning; Kaaiai dies pit
cher to first and Kaleo does the
the same, catcher to first. Waiwai
olo is out by being hit by batted
J. Garcia safe on error of first. A:
Garcia goes out catcher to first.
Bento flies out to short. Bal hits
to third and is safe on bad throw.
J. Garcia scores. Kama reaches first
pillow on a hunt advancing Bal. to
third. Krueger flies out to short.
Eighth Inning O'Sullivan and
Ilussey die catcher to first, and.
Meyer fans tho air.
Kia out on fly to second. Poki
pala dies on foul fly to third. Jimmy
Hart is given first base being hit by 1
a pitched hall. J. Garcia goes out '
catcher to first.
Ninth Inning Ned Krueger, Ed.
Smith and Keanu all die short to
A. Garcia, Bento and Bal go out
in short order, ending the game in
favor of the Healani with a score of
8 runs to the Star's 5.
NOTICE TO KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS.
Definite arrangements having been
made for the sale oi the property, of Ki
hei Plantation Co., Ltd., on July 1st,
1908, the agents of said Company,
Messrs, Alexander & Baldwiu, Limited,
beg to aiiii9i'cethat on and after the 1st
Jay of May, i9oS7they are willing to
purchase any ami all snares of stock of
said Kihei Plantation Company, Limited,
at the rate of $10 per share, said sum be
ing thestimated .amount per share, which
it is expected will be realized; as net pro
ceeds from the sale of said property.
, J. WATERHOUSE,
Treasurer, Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.
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