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jf , ' VOLUME XV
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Selection of County Attorney
a Hard Problem.
Tlic Supervisors for the County of
Maui met in the ho;m1 room on
Wednesday, July Sth, with all of
'the members present except S. E.
Kaiuo, who was ill.
r Supervisor Kaiuo has never heen
a well man since the first month
after he took olliee and his friends
have felt great concern as a result of
his condition at dill'erent times.
Chairman I loaning called the
meeting to order after which the
minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
Mr.Uenningcalled attention to the
fact that official notice had appeared
in the papers of the fact that the
county officials of Hawaii, Kiuiai
and Oahu had takca part in the
funeral of Prince Kawauanakoa hut
that no report had appeared to the
effect that County Clerk W. F. Kaae
had been sent down, by the Board
as the representative of this County.
A communication was received
from Sherilf Saffery to the effect
that a brand had been registered for
stock of the County.
A communication from the Har
rows Adding Machine Company was
received in which they offered an
adding machine to the county that
they highly recommended the par
A communication from the Bald
win National Bank relative to the
renewal of the bonds of the county
officials wis received.
A communication from the Sheriff
acknowledging a communication
from the county .board was received,
in which ho said that the police offi
cers would assist in every way in
keeping the roads and streets free
A communication was received
from County Attorney D. II. Case
was received in which he stated that
he had drafted two forms relative to
the impounding of estrays and had
forwarded them to the County Clerk.
A communication was received
from the Sheriff in which he recom
mended the employment -of one
more police officer for Wailuku unci
one more for Kahului at the regular
salary and one for Waiheo at $15
per month and one at Olowalu at
$20 per month. v
Princess Kawauanakoa wrote
thanking the Board for its letter of
sympothy in her great sorrow.
A communication from the Coun
ty Central Committee of the Repub
lican party was received stating that
David II . Kahaulelio had applied
for their endorsement for the posi
tion of County Attorney. Kahaule
lio was the only applicant for the
position and was endorsed by the
Continued on Page 6.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President V. T. Robiusci:, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadswortli, Director D. fl. Case, Di rector
CONDBISSBD STATEMENT TO COMPTROLLER
at the close of business, May 14th, 190S
Loans iHul Discounts $127,787.14
United States Bonds 16,500.00
l'remium on U. S. Bonds 450.00
Other Nonds (quickly convert) 51.S00.00
Cash and Due from Hanks 50,720.71
Hanking House, I'urnilure.etc 7,287.32
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OE HAWAII. ) oS
COUNTY 01' MAUIK j
I. C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUI'KIN, Cashier.
Subscribed ami "sworn to before me this 24th day of May, 1908.
HUGH M. COKE, Notary fublic Sec. Jud. Circuit
Good Crowd is Given Several
Although for several days pre
vious the weather was cloudy,
'Old Sol" on the Fourth of July
'shone brightty all day at the 22nd
race meet of the Maai Racing As
sociation at Spreckols Park, Kahu
lui. The crowd, which was the largest
ever seen there, turned out en fete,
and was given several surprizes,
more especially in the running of
Aidion, a gelding entered by Dan
There was no hitch in the carry
ing out of the day's program, much
to the credit of Missr. P. F. Peek.
P. Cockett and T. 15, Lyon, the
judges of the day and to Capt. W.
E. Bal, the clerk of the course,
who has a- knack in managing such
Tho big crowd filled up the grand
stands to overflowing and loudly
applauded their favorites as they
come down tho stretch.
The Association is now out of
debt and as this means that larger
purses can be offered in the future
there is do doubt that bettor races
will be had, and more 'Honolulu
horses will try for the s'line.
There is also sonic talk among
the members of the Association to
move the grand stand to the op
posite side of the track. Sucli a
move will greatly benefit the peo
ple on the grand stand, who now
face tho wind and the sun the
great part of the day.
The result of the races were as
Half mile free for all Aidion
firsts Traveller second. Sure shot
third; time 54 second.
One mile harness race Naniwa
first, time, 3:10 1-5.
Half mile, Japanese owned
horses Elko first, Kula Boy
second, Minnie, third; time 51 sec
Harness race Parnoll first, Ab
dine, second; time 2:40.
Three fourths mile Aidion first,
Defender second; time 1:22 2-5.
Mule race Piiliolo first, Nioi
second; time 1:08 1 5.
Cowboy relay race Won by M.
de Rego's Black Bird ami Polly;
time a. 15. '
' One. mile free for all Aidion
first. Defender second: time 1:53.
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wa, first, Abdine second; time 2:37.
A match race was run between
Piiholo and Nioi and the former
won in 1 :05Ji.
Three fourths mile, Japanese
owned horses Elko first; Vixen
Eccond; time 1:25 4-5.
Pony race Traveller, first, Ku
la Boy second; time 51 sec.
Japanese subscription race, three
eighths Kula Boy first; time 10
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits..
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. JULY II, 9C8
Patriotic Exercises and
Sports for all.
In spite of unfavoiablo weather,
a fierce fade wind with frequent
light showers, the cosmopolitan
gathering at the Sunnyside picnic
on the 4th was greater than ever
before. Tho polo grounds in vici
nity of the grandstand seemed
filled to overflowing with men,
women, and children.
By 10 o'clock A.M. a groat crowd
was present to witness the baseball
game between the H. C. it S. Co.'s
and the M. A. Co.'s nines.
Though 1). E. Upton, the Paia
pitcher, outclassed either of the
Puunene twirlors. Capt. Valsh
and his eight men made the play
decidedly close and interesting for
the Paia club.
The scoie by innings is as fol
lows: 12 3-1 5 G 7 8 9
M. A. Co. 0 5 1 0 3 0 1 1 J 11
II.O.&S.Co.O 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 (5
Messrs. Savage and Turner were
After the ball game came some
field sports, foot races, sack races,
watermelon races, wheelbarrow
races, thrce-le races, and chasing
Out of 14 starters V. W. West
coat won the first and Alfred Tay
lor the second, and longer of the
foot races. Eddie Helokunihi won
the sack-race and Joe Froitas the
water-melon race which was run
off on horseback. A Puunene man
caught the firt slippery porker
and a Paia boy stopped the second
The last mentioned 'qport ttas
not very successful in as much as
the pigs wore caught all too quick
ly. The prizes awarded were'
pocket knives and other articles of
Then came a most delicious lunch
under trees of the Sunnyside
grounds provided by the Makawao
Ladies' Aid Society for all comers.
After the luncheon short literary
exercises followed tho printed pro
gram of which read as follows:
1. Song "Columbia, tho Gem of
2. Reading the Declaration of In
dependence. By F. W. Hardy.
3. Solo "Tho Star Spangled Ban
ner." 4. Address 'Patriotism''
Hon. H. P. Baldwin.
5. Song "My Country 'Tis of
TI13 solo was omitted and Row
E. B. Turner was substituted for
Mr. Baldwin who was suffering
with sore throat.
At 2:30 P. M. tho polo game be
tween the "Whites" and tho
"Reds" began and it was through
out a fine exhibition of team work
and scientific play. There was no
slowness, every pony on the field
was fast and every man kept his
position putting out individual
playing Maui is proud that it
possesses the oldest and best main
tained polo organization in the
Territory. Tho prize of tho occa
sion was tho Baldwin trophy, a
inassivo silver, gold-lined loving
cup which was finally won by the
''Reds" after a hard fight. There
were six ten minute periods and
the score by goals is as follows:
1 1 2 3 4 5 6
Reds 1 10 1 104
Whites 0 0 110 13
The players were as follows:
"Reds" W. O. Aiken (captain),
C. O. Krumbhaar, Dr. W. 1). Bald
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Diamond Heads Win by
Score of 7 to 5.
Last Sunday the largest crowd
ever seen on the- baseball grounds
at Wells Park witnessed a game
between the Diamond Beads of
Honolulu and a picked team from
The. work of the local team was
not what was expected, avowing to
their excitement, perhaps, scveial
wild throws were made.
The Maui's were first to bat.
First Inning Nowell out pitcher
to first, Morris dies second to first
and again fiies out to left garden.
Crook goes out pitcher to, trst,
Sam Chillingworth goes out second
to first. Wm. Chillingworth walks.
Barney Joy is hit by a fairly bat
ted ball, and umpire calls it a fair
ball. On 'error of first Win. Chil
lingworth and Barney score. II.
Williams walks and steals second
and third. Crowes hits safe and
Williams scores. Clark fans out.
Score 3 runs.
Second Inning Cumniings hits
safe over third and steals second.
W. Bal fans out. Ka'aiai goes out
on lly to short. J. Garcia hits to
third and on bad throw to first
Cummings and Garcia score. J.
Cockett out catcher to first. Score 2
Bob Chillingworth Hies out to
center garden Sherwood fans the
atmosphere. Crook hit safe to
right field. Bal trios to catch him
at second and makes bad throw
and Crook scores. Sam Chilling
worth hit safe to left and on bad
throw of catcher to second reaches
third. On another bad throw to
third ho scores. Win. Chillingworth
out on a bunt.
Third Inning Bento hit to ss.
and is safe at first but dies stealing
second. Nowell hit to third who
fumbled and' ho was safe. Sylva
saciificed to fust. Ayau flies out
to third. ' N
Barney out on grounder to first
Williams safe on grounder through
fhort. Crowes flies out to center
and Clark goes out second to first.
Fourth Inning Cummings hi.s
safe to short, but dies stealing
second. Bal bits safe over second.
Kaaiai dies pitcher to first J. Garcia
safe grounder to short and steals
second, Cockett fans the air.
Bob Chillingworth hits safe to
left and Sherwood follows witli a
hit to center. L. Crcok fans out.
Sam Chillingworth hit to second
and on bad throws two men score.
Sam ir caught out at the plate. W.
Chillingworth goes out on fly to
second. Score 2 runs,
Fifth Inning Bento out pitcher
to first. Nowell out pitcher to first.
Sylva hits to right field and reaches
second. Ayau dies on a fly to
Barney goes out second to first.
Williams Hies out to ri.ht and
Crewes dies pitcher to first.
Sixth Inning Cummings hit
safe through short and steals
second. Bal fans out. Kaaiai hit
safe to 'eft field. Garcia out on
foul tip. Cockett hits safe past
third and Cummings scores. Ka
aiai scores on a passed ball and so
docs Cockett. Bento gives out on
grounder to first,
Clark out short to first. Bob
Chihi ij;wii:th safe on error of
short. Sherwood goes out lly to
third Hob goes out stealing
Sevi-iiili Inning. Nowell safe on
groundei through second. Sylva
ON FIRST BALLOT
Democrats Oppose Asiatics and Place Hawaii
Land Plank in Platform.-Thirty-eight
Teachers Pass Examination.
(SPECIAL TO Tllli MAUI NRWS.I
Sugar 90 dog. test 4-.39 Beets lis. Gd.
HONOLULU, July 10. The Colliers Burania and Ajax will go
to Maalaea Bay to coal eight vessels.
It is believed twelve battleships will come to .Honolulu first and
four afterwards will leave for Maui.
The supply ship Glacier has orders to provision one division in
Honolulu harboi and two divisions out side of Honolulu harbor.
The Colgua Arethusa, and the Relief will get in about nine o'clock
The board of health will cancel all outside commissions and. begin
There wore thirty eight out of one hundred and eight teachers
passed the examinations.
It is rumored that George Pi. Carter has congressional ambitions.
Chief Taylor leaves the police force on the 15th. Ho will be suc
ceeded by Jack Kaalilea.
There are unpleasant reports of the inellicency of tho Ililo police
DENVER, July 10. Bryan was nominated on the first . ballot.
There were three candidates Bryan, Grey, and Johnson.
No candidate for vice president has been selected yet.
Mitchell will not allow his name to bo mentioned. Hawaii land
plank and opposition to the Asiatics are in the platform.
PORTLAND, July 10. A wireless from the fleet reported all well.
They are steaming eleven knots.
SAN FRANCISCO, Julv 10. The Nebraska of the Atlantic fleet
lias left quarantine and will join the other vessels instead of going to
New London as reported yesterday.
HONOLULU, July 9. The battleship Connecticut talked with
the supply ship Glacier last night when 1S00 miles out.
It is rumored that Honolulu is to have but eight ships, the balance
going to Lahaina and Kaunakakai. It is further rumored that persons
here have advised against all ships coming to this port.
Fred Iaukea thrashed Detective Reevor in tho police station last
night for butting in.
Chief of Detectives Taylor has sent in his resignation, tho same to
take effect in August. He feels that he has stopped open gambling and
cleared the city of the criminal element, and says he will return to the
Bert Peterson is off for the Mainland and from there to South
HONOLULU, July 8. Mrs. Burns lost the suit against Mrs.
The Keio baseball team arrived by the steamer Korea and the
Santa Clara team came in oh the Hilonian.
The freighter Texan arrived this morning.
Iaukea has notified the owners and agents of tenderloin houses to
clean up. , l
DENVER, July 8. The majority report of the Committee on
credentials ousts McGaffey and nine' delegates. A strong opposition
was offered by the anti-Bryanites.
WASHINGTON, July 8. Re.:ir-Admiral Dayton will bo succeed
ed by Swinburne on October 8.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., July S. Hitchock is chairman and Sheldon
treasurer of the Republican Campaign Committee.
DENVER, July 1). California and Hawaii are in favor of Bryan.
ThtraiKi-injunction plank was inserted in the platform.
Mention of the name of Bryan caused a tremendous ovation.
SAN FRANCISCQ, July D. The battleship Nebraska, with scar
let fever aboard, sails today for New London.
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, July 9. Revolutionists are carrying
on an active campaign.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 'J. The steam pipe on the monitor Neva
da burst and three persons were injured.
out on fly to center garden. Ayau
and Cummings fly out to left and
L. Crook out second to first.
Sam Chillingworth out on a fly to
second. W. Chillingworth out
third to first.
Eighth Inning. W. E. Bal fans
out. Kaaiai is hit by the pitcher.
J. Garcia safe on hit to second.
Kaaiai advances on a passed ball.
Cockett fans out Bento dies out
third to first.
Barney walki. Williams fans
out Crewes out on a foul fly to
third. Clark out pitcher to first.
Ninth Inning Nowell out second
to first. Sylva out third to first.
Ayau out on fly to third.
Tho score by jnnings was as follows:
Hits 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 06
Runs 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 07
12 8 450780
Hits 0 1 1 3 1 3 0 0 09
' Runs 02000300 05
Diamonds Heads: Crook, rf; S.
Chillingworth, 2b; W. Chilling
worth, p; Joy, c; II. Williams, lb;
Crewes, ss; Clarke 3b; R. Chilling
worth, If; Sherwood, ef.
W-iiluku: Nowell 2b; Sylva, cf;
S. Ayau, ss; Cummings, If; Bal, c;
Kaaiai, rf; Garcia, 3b; Cockett, lb;
Struck out, by Chillingworth, G;
bv Bento 4.