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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1908'
Maui Racing Association
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TAKE CHANCES WITH MILK that you are not sure of. You
know, or should know, that
TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING
AT SPRECKELS' PARK, KAHULUI
Good Sport at the Track
Will Spend Honeymoon at
on July 4th.
This is our last issue before the
is ABSOLUTELY PURE; and that, for QUAL
ITY, RICHNESS, AND USEFULNESS IT IS'AH SUPERIOR
TO ALL OTHERS.
Ask your grocer for it.
H. 1 lac Id eld
iBock Beer I
We have the first output
of the season in pints and
E 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 Plate Glass Mirrors,
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Soap and Sponco Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
, Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, otc, etc.
To realize their beauty and usefulness they
must be soon and used. Taken as a whole these
fittings aro tho most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore tho MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within the reach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHUL I.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will bo held at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, Juno G and 20.
All visiting members aro cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASE, K. OF R. & S.
& Co., Ltd.
& Liquor Co.
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. P. & A. M.
Stated meetings will bo held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on tho first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. C. LINDSAY R W. A.
t. f. Secretary.
Glorious Fourth so const quently
it is our last opportunity of infoi til
ing you of what is doing at and
around tho track.
Water has been laid to the track
for the convenience of horsemen
and the public generally and it
should be appreciated especially
by those who have horses.
The track is in splendid condi
tion as are the stands and stalls.
Tho Maui Hotel has secured the
refreshment privilege so you need
not worry about taking your lunch
etc. Men of standing have accept
ed the positions of Judges, Start
ors, Timers. Clerk of course and in,
fact all positions which is a double
assurance of having a day of good
Sure Shot a horse of considerable
reputation in Honolulu arrived by
last weeks Claudine and those in
terested seem to think that they
have something up their sleeve.
Makaala and a sorrel gelding
tho property of Frank Andradearc
to arrive by todays Claudine and
it is understood that Opiopio is to
come also to act as pilot. With
the arrival of those hoises and
what we have here already there
will be in the neighborhood of
thirty starters and that is going
some for Maui.
It is understood that Careys Colt
ran a half mile in -17 and if he did
it will keep Sure Shot busy. The
horses aro already to furnish you
a good days sport. It is how up to
you whether you want racing on
Maui or not.
After Close Game Waikapus
Seldom is there a game of base
ball after which played both sides
are satisfied with the decisions of
tho umpire. This players are not
suppose to kick at the decision but
it is up to the umpire to watch the
Many of the Star players and
otlier spectators Joel that they were
given the short end of the stick in
last Sunday's game between the
Stars and Waikapus, which was won
by the latter to the tune of 4 to !).
The umpire, Morris Keohokalole,
is a iair judge ot naseoan and cer
tainly meant well in his decisions,
even if they were one-sided.
The game as played was an in
teresting one and showed good form
on both sides, with perhaps a weak
spot or two in the fielding of tho
The teams lined up as follows:
Waikapuf F. Sylva, ef, Jackson,
If, Nowell, 2b, Cummings, c,.W.
Enos, rf, Viela, 15 b, Cockett, lb,
Dutro, ss, H. Sylva., p.
Morning Stars Jas. Hart, cf, A.
Garcia, hs, J. Garcia, lib, W. F,
Hal, c, C. Honto, p, Kama, lb. Kin,
2b, Krueger, If, Oluvcra, rf.
12 3 4 5 (i 7 8 i)
Waikapus t 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 11
Stars 0 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 15
Tomorrow's games will bo between
tho Healanis and Waikapus at 1:110
p. in. and the Stars and Kahuluis
at o::'0 p. in.
lioth games promise to bo interest
ing and all the teams have been
hard to practice during the week.
A large gathering is expected as
tho Kahului's promise to surprise
hunch with the team they will. place
on tho field. The Healanis have
also added now players to their
Miss Nani Maria Haia, daughter
of Supervisor W. P. Haia, was
married at noon to Jno. Medeiros
of Hana by the Hev. Father Fran
cis. After the cprcinony the guests
all sat down to a sumptuous luau
and ate to their heart's contont A
large crowd of liana's elite wore
present to wish the bride and
groom success and happiness and
on account of the popularity of the
bride she, was tho recepient of a
house full of valuable presents.
Music and dancing were indulg
ed in up to t) o'clock and amid a
shower of rice and old shoes the
newly married couple . wended
their way to the wharf where the
Claudino's boat was waiting to
take them to the steamer.
They will spent thcir'honeymoon
at the volcano.
Continued from Page i.
tj proven, any carrying away
the heavy seas during storms.
During tho same evening they
came to Wailuku and addressed the
cisizens of the country seat.
At this meeting S. Keliinoi- pro
sided and in a few well ehosed
words introduced the Secretary.
Mr. Garfield proved to be an abb;
and tluent speaker. He said in part
that since he had arrived in the is
lands he had been well received.
He had been told that ho would
find means of travel difficult hut
that instead of finding it so he had
traveled by nearly every known
means except by Hying and had
seen much of three of tho islands.
He said .that while the islands had
been annexed ten years they were
but little known on the mainland
even though they were as much a
part of the United States as any
territory of the Union.
As an evidence ol the ignorance
of the people of the mainland of the
conditions of the Islands he pointed
out that even the merchants of New
York would frequently put a five
cent stamp on their letters in writ
ing to persons in the Island and en
quire what customs duties were to
be paid on goods shipped here.
Mr. Garfield said he had visited
tho schools in Honolulu just before
they closed and was much impress
ed with tlieir work, lie said they
were laying a good foundation for
American citizenship and urged tho
people to continue in this course.
He spoke in tho highest terms of
the good work that is being done in
agricultural colleges and said tho
new college would do much for the
young people of the islands. He said
that he held that hand labor was as
dignified as brain labor and pointed
out that this community is ncces
arily an agricultural community.
He said that he had seen many
things of interest and had talked
with many people on the needs of
the community on matters in which
the Federal Government could help
Ho said that the Federal Govern
ment could do but little in the way
of making improvements in local
affairs but that that must be done
by tho people hero. He thanked tho
people for their kind reception and
after the reception he left for Lahai
na by automobile at 3: 10 p. m. and
reached Lahaina in one hour and
twenty minutes where he was re
ceived by the manager of the plan
tation there, Mr. L. Ilarkhaten.
Tho party left on the steamer tho
same evening for Honolulu.
While the limited time given to
each locality was shorter than could
be desired the knowledge of affairs
gained by personal inspection is
much greater than could bo possiblp
fly1 volumes of correspondence and
the trii should be fruitful of result
both for tho Federal Government
and tho Territory.
Pace 1. FOOT HACK. 100 yards dash, free for all $ 15.00
Pace 2. RUNNING RACE. Half mile df h, free for all ... 100.00
Race a. RUNNING RACK. Half mik dash, Hawaiian
Race 4. TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS. One
mile dash, ;1 minute class Hawaiian bred 75.00
Race 5. RUNNING RACE. Half mile dash, Horses to lie
owned by Japanese 50.00
Race (!. TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS. One
mile heats, best two in three, free forall 150.00
Race 7. RUNNING RACE. Three fourths mile dash, free
for all i2r, oo
RaceS. MULE RACE. Half mile dash, free for all 25 00
Race i). RUNNING RACE. One inile dash, Hawaiian bred.. 125.00
Race 10. COWROY RELAY RACE. One and one-half miles
dash. (Instructions to be given by Judges) 25.00
Race 11. RUNNING RACE. One mile dash, free for all ... ., 150 00
Iacel2. TROTTING AND PACING TO HARNESS. One
mile dash, to be driven by members of the
Maui Racing Association 50 nn
Race IB. RUNNING RACE. Three-fourths mile dash, Ha-
. waiian bred 100.00
Race 14. RUNNING RACE. Three-fourths plilo dash, horses
to bo owned by Japanese ' f, rGO.OO
Race 15. PONY RACE. Half mile dash for inniies, 14.2 or
under ' ')() 00
Race l(i. iRUNNING RACE. Half mile dash, Maui owned
Ii(,rw's : 100.00
Race 17. JAPANESE SU15SCIPT10N RACE. Three-eighths
mile dash. Horses to be owned and ridden by
Japanese. (Purse will be presented to the win
ner when dismounting in front of grand stand
by a Japanese lady.) 50.00
All entries are to be made witli the Secretary on Tuesday, Juno ;3()
1908. before 0 P. M. Entrance fee to he 10 per cent, of purse. J
Rids for privileges must be sent to the Secretary before "the entries
close, accompanied by a certified check.
All races are to be run or trotted under the rules of tho Maui Racing
All riders and drivers to appear in colors. ,
At least three to enter and two to start.
Routine of program subject to change.
Running Races, weight for age. Trotting and 'Pacing to carry
D. L. MEYER,
COKE & DAVIS
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
We propose to hold r gular auc
tion sales in Wailuku and sell any
thing of value entrusted to us.
You probably have something of
value you do not need. Send it to us
and will wcendcavorto sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of sales
will be made from time to time.
Give us a call.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia nnd Hamaktiapoko on
Wednesdays at loweSt prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H . Landgraf
I'r.oi'RlKToa kA LUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
(iunrnntees FIPUt-CluKK Work of
Wagons call for work and make
SPECIAL RATES I'OR FAMILIES.
.L. BLA.NCIIARD, Mintage!'.
The Board of License Commissioners
for the County of Maui, will hold a meet
ing at the public room in the Masonic
Temple, Kahului, on Tuesday, the 14th
dayof July, 1 90S, at 1:30 1'. M. to consider
the application of Edward K, Devau
chelle, for a Second Class License, Sa
loon, to sell intoxicating liimorsnt Pukoo,
Molokni, in the premises now used by
him for saloon purposes at said I'ukoo,
under the provisions of Act 119, Session
Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance.of a license under said applica
tion should be filed with the Secretary of
the Hoard not later thuu the time set for
June iSth, 1908.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Sec'y, Board of License Commissioners.
June 20, 27, July 4, n.
Fiwaa -tth i as? 9 9
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
. Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair' Work by Day
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Mahket Stu. Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, ' .Prop.
Full lino of popular brands of
Celebrated Primo & Seie
Bottled Otor .
25c 2 Glasses 25c
i Casket and Coffin
Has removed to A. N. Kepoikai's
Cor. Main and Market Sts. .
Phone -112. .Wailuku, Maui.
W. J. MOODY, Mgr.
WAILUKU, : MAUI, T. II.
NOTICH TO KIIIHI STOCKHOLDERS.
Deflate arrangements having been
made for the sale of the propertyof Ki
hei 'Plantation Co,, Ltd., on July 1st,
1 90S,; the agents of said Company,
Messrs, Alexander & Baldwin, Limited,
beg to announce that on nnd after the 1st
day of May, 190S, they are willing to
purchase any and nil shares of stock of
said Kihei Plantation Company, Limited,
nt the rate of $10 per share, said sum be--iug
the estimated amount per share which
it is expected will le realized as net pro
ceeds from the sole of said property.
Treasurer, Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd,