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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY! JUNE 20, 1908
TAKE QHANCES WITH MILK Unit you are not sure of. Volt
know, or should know, that
is ABSOLUTELY PURE; and Hint, for QUAL
ITY, RICHNESS, AND USEFULNESS IT IS FAR SUPERIOR
TO ALL OTHERS. .
Ask your grocer for it.
H. HaokfeM & Co., Ltd.
I Bock Beer;
We have the first output E
of the season in pints and
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI.
Seeing is Believing,
We 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 Sponco Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-!5 and -1 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beauty and usefulness they
must, hr sonn ntnl usnfl. TnL-mi n n wlinln (linen
fittings are tho most artistic, practical, easily cleaned I
and thcreforo tho MUST SANITARY.
O.ur prices bring thorn within tho reach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Rogular meetings will be held at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Walluku
on Saturday, Juno 6 und 20
All visiting members aro cordially
iovited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. d.
D. H. CASE, K. OP R. & S.
LODGI2 MAU I, No. 984 , A. F. & A. M,
Stated meoiings will be lield at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brothren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. C. LINDSAY R W. y..
t. f. ' Secretary.
Knowledge of Local Affairs
The presence of Secretary Garfield
is urgently needed in Hawaii as all
of our affairs are under the Depart
ment of the Interior of which he is
Recommendations of the Gover
nor and other ollicials have to he
passed upon in the Interior Depart
ment without an actual knowledge
of the conditions, and it was suited
in the Secretary's ollice this morn
ing that not one person in -.the De
partment who has anything to do
with Hawaiian affairs has ever been
on the ground to see exactly what is
going on. There are many live
questions in which Secretary Gar
field will interest himself during his
visit. One vital concern which the
Secretary will take up is that of pro
per labor for the Islands.
Another question to be consider
ed is lands. It is supposed that by
offering inducement to Portuguese
laborers, who always do well under
conditions similar to those in Ha
waii, the agricultural complications
can be removed. On his return to
the United Staies, some time in
July, Garfield will spend two
months visiting Indfiin reservations
and going over the work of the re
elanmtion service. During Septem
ber he will interest." himself in the
James Rudolph Garfield, of Ohio,
Secretary of the Interior, is a son of
James Abram Gariield, twentieth
President of the United States. He
was born in Hiram, Ohio, on Octob
er, 17, 1SG5; was a graduate of
Williams College, Massachusetts, in
1SS5; studied at Columbia 4, Law
school and was admitted to the'' bar
in 1SSS. He practiced law in Ohio
from 1SSS to 11)02; was a member
of the Ohio Senate from 1S!H to
11)00; member of the United States
Civil Service Commission 1902 to
February 190I5; Commissioner of
Corporations in the Department of
Commerce and Labor from Febru
ary, 90;s, to .March, 1907. Was
apixiinted Secretary of the Interior
on March 5, 1907.
Tax Appeal Board
The tax appeal board met in the
County Clerk's ollice Monday to
hear the appeals of those who were
dissatisfied with the manner in
which their property had 'been as
The first case heard was the
appeal of the Haiku Fruit & Pack
The appeal was taken as a result
of a disagreement, as to the proper
construction of the law exempting
pineapple lands from taxation.
Deputy Attorney General W. L.
Whitney presented the case for the
territory while Manager W. A.
Ilaldwin presented the case for the
No decision has as yet been reach
Another appeal was from the
taxation of the residence used by
the teachers in the Alexander House
Deputy Attorney General Whitney
withdrew and asked for a decision
fovoring the school.
The lioard of License Commissioners
for the County of Maui, will hold n meet
ing nt the public room in the Masonic
Temple, Knhului, on Tuesday, the 14th
day of July, 1 90S, at 1 :30 P. M. to consider
the application of Edward K. Devau-
chelle, for a Second Class License, Sa
loon, to sell intoxicating liquorsat Pukoo,
Molokai, in the premises now used by
him for saloon rtrposes at said Pukoo,
uudcr the provisions of Act 119, Session
Laws of 1907.
All protests, or objections against the
issuance of a license under said applica
tion should lie fded with the Secretary of
the Hoard not later than the time set for
June iSth; 190S.
I). C. LINDSAY,
Sec'y, lioard of Liceufe Commissioners.
June 20, 27, July 4, i.
Completes Work in Slort
1 be Circuit Court was coin-
on Wednesday of this week an
charge was read to the grand (jury
and that body at once went to work
and on the same day filed their final
report and were discharged.
There were no eases of importance
of a criminal nature except a cutting
scrape at Puunene. In that ase
tho defendant was indicted lpad
guilty and was lined fifty dilHrs.
Another case was one of burgYary.
The defendant .was a Korean. He
plead guilty and was sentenced to
six months imprisonment.
The court will probadly adjourn
either today or Monday.
Leaders of Season
, Lose First Game.
Last Sunday afternoon at Well
Park the spectators were given a
surprise in the -form of twe
players for the Kahului team,
made it possible for that te
defeat the Waikapus by a
10 to 9.
Upton and Collins are
new additions, the former
the box and the other holding down
Tho game was a fine one, ai
lartre scores were due to errors on
the part of the support o f both l cams
In the sixth inning Upton showed
what mettle, was in him by striking
out three 1110I1 in succession I after
the bases were full.
II. Sylva of the Waikapus was hit
hard and in the seventh inning was
replaced by V. Enos, who wafj later
in the same inning replaced by
The first game was betweei
Stars and Healani and was won by
the former, 0 to 2. v
Ahock, tho Lahainaluna p tcher
was in the box for the Ilea aids,
and certainly did good work,! sur
prising many of the Star players,
who could not connect witlj the
The attendance last Sunday was
tho largest had for quite a long
while, many people coining from
all over Central Maui, to w tness
If the proper enthusiam is siown
byj.be Maui fans, tho Association
would soon be in a position to Jtnake
needed changes 011 the grounds!.
The diamond is in noor shane and
the fields are still worse, tho weeds
and holes interfering with the
Tho grand stand is in nec-d
many repairs and more conifojtable
seat but the lack of funds makes
impossible to do anything
Tomorrow there will be
game between the Stars and IWai
kapus at 2:150 p. 111. and promises
to bo interesting.
The Stars have lost twice wiUi the
Waikapus and will play to win back
their prestige, while tho Waikapus
will hold down their own, foiv fear
of losing a chance on the cup. j
s makes it
10 oilv one
HIS BEST IMITATION,.
Tho vaudeville actor (at tho club
smoker) Glad to hear you enjoy
ed my imitations, Colonel. To tell
you tho truth, I think tnvsolf I that
one of Joe Jefferson was pretty
true to life. 1
Colonel Redoyo (enthusiastieal-ly)J-Not
one-tenth as true, sufh, as
your imitation of a cork being mill
ed from a bottlo. Brooklyn JLifo.
HAD TO DO SOMETHING WITH
Mrs. Crinisonbeak 7J0I111, you
yawned twice while we' were call
ing 01 that lady.
Mr. Crinisonbeak Well, dear,
you didn't expect 1110 to keep my
mouth closed all the time, did you?
Maui Racing Association
hht'Iiii i iin"mnmniiii'iiMiffli wmin m m 1 1 m i
TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING
AT . SPRECKELS' PARK, KAHULUI
Saturday, July 4, 1908
Race 1. FOOTRACE. 100 yards dih, free for all 8 If,. 00
Race 1. RUNNING RACE. Half ml ,lash, f ice for all. . . 100.00
Race '.. RUNNING RACE. Half Ai'ilo dash. ITiiwniinn
Race . TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS. One
mile dash, 'A minute class Hawaiian bred
Race . . RUNNING RACE.' Half mile dash; Hoiws to be
I pwned liy .Japanese
Race ( . TROTTING AND PACINf! TO TTANX'l.". o,.
mile heats, best two in three, free forall 150.00
Race 71 RUNNING RACE. Three fourths mile dash. fr....
for all ; . . . .
Race 8.1 MULE RACE. Half mile dash, free for all
Race 9.1 RUNNING RACE. One mile dash, Hawaiian bred..
Race 10 I COWBOY RELAY RACE. One andonn-half mil,.
dash. (Instructions to be given bv Judges) ....
Race 11. 1 RUNNING RACE. One mile dash, free for nil ....
Race 12. I TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS. Otm
mile dash, to be driven by members of the
Maui Racing Association
Ra.V IK. IRUNNTNG J? ACE. Three-fourths mile dash. Ihi-
Race 1 1 . OWNING RACE. Three-fourths mile dash, horses
to be owned by Japanese
Race 15. fl'ONY RACE. Half mile dash for ponies 14.2 or
Race l(i. RUNNING RACE. Half mile dash. Maui owned
Race 17. tUNNING RACE. Three-eighths mile dash. (Purse
will be presented to the winner when dismount
ing in front of grand stand by a Japanese lady.)
All ..nt es are to be made with thn SeevntniV
1908, bcforclfi P. M. Entrance fee to be 10 per cent, of purse.
Bids foil pri vileges must 'be sent to the Secretary bufore the entries
close, accompanied by a certified check.
All race! are to be run or trotted under the rules of the Maui Racing
All rideiV and drivers to appear in colors.
At least three to enter and two to start. '
Routine .if nrotrram subiect to ehanirn.
RuilninirlRaces, weight for aeo. Trottinir and Pnr.inir in mm
D. L. MEYER,
DIDN'T CARE HOW HE WENT.
Would-be passenger (out of
breath from riMining) When does
the half-past 5 Strain leave?
Passenger lWell, the church
clock is twenty-seven minutes past,
the Fostofliee. click is twenty-live
minutes past, lind your clock is
thirty-two minutes. Now, which
am I to go by?
Porter Yer can go by any clock
vcr like, but tin! tiain's gone.
THE VERY IDEA.
Mistress You can't entortain
your company in the parlor."
Bridget Oi canft. Why, mum,
didn't yez hear hian laughin' lit to
sphlit? Philadelphia Inquirer.
As the pljilanthrppic tourist pur
sued his course ho sinv many things
which he feR needed sympathetic
attention. One dhy, says the
YoutlH Coiipanion,lhe stopped to
gazo at a bareheaded man, who
was turning a windlass which
clumsily hoisted a bucket filled
"My friend," said the philan
thropist, as the man vauscd to mop
his forehead, "why klo you not
cover your head? Tilts hot sum is
likely to affect tho bralin."
"Brum is 'tit? ' saju tno man
staring at him. "D'yV think if I
had any braiili I'd bo lime h'isting
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by Day
Waimiku, Maui, T. H.
MAIlKET Stb- Wailuku
ANTONE BURBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands of
Celebrated Primo & Seie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Albany his iiv
ties ought to I
life as much a
blirist, dir-cussing in
urancc bill, said of
When I th
think of a mai
denly took to t
the end of a ihl
" 'Neither,' H
mo a sour sinil
n removed Jroni our
nk of speculation, I
tock ganiblu fi. ' At
,irry i mcwnm one
asked: I I
you a bull or a hear
io answered, giving
I was an ass."
Maui Casket and Coffin
Has removed to A. N. Kepoikai's
.Cor. Main and Market Sts.
Phone 412. Wailuku, Maui.
W. J. MOODY, Mp.
WAILUKU, : MAUI, T. II.
NOTICE TO KIIIRI STOCKHOLDERS.
Definite arrangements having heen
made for the sale of the property of Ki
het Plantation Co., Itd., on July ist,
1908, the .agents of said Company,
Messrs, Alexander & Baldwin, Limited,
beg to announce that on and after the ist
day of May, 190s, they are williug to
purchase any mid all shares of stock of
said Kihei Plantation Company, Limited,
at the rate of $10 per share, said sum be
ing the estimated amount per share which
it is expected will be realized as net pro
ceeds from the sale of said property.
Treasurer,. Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.