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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.f SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1 908
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Last Sunday's game at Well's
Park between the Morning Stars
and Kahuluis ws'is won by tlit
latter by a score of G to 4
By this victory the Kahuluis
have won the valuable silver cup
offered, by the Raymond Ranch
and will hold the same during the
coming year. .
Should the same team win it
next season they will become' own
ers of the cup, as one of the stipu
lations is that it becomes the pro
perty of tho team winning it two
The Kahului team started this
season in a very weak condition
and won only one of the first five
games, after which it was strength
ened by H. Englifli, V. Ayau, Joe
Clement and W. Espinda of the
Riverside L6aguo, Honolulu, with
whose support the team have won
every game played.
' There remains but one postpon
ed, game to be played between the
Kahuluis and the Healanis but as
the latter have apparently disband
ed there will not be any gam 3.
Sunday's game was a lively one,
in regard to noise, but the quality
of baseball put up by both sides
was not what is usually played by
these two teams.
Bento held down the plate for
tho Stars and was in no form
whatever, everyone of the Kahuluis
being able to connect at ease.
The Kahului players made
roveral errors and bad throws which
which helped the Stars to score.
W. Espinda, the Kahului pitcher
has gone to Honolulu to attend
school and was given a royal send
off by the fans of Kahului, who
appreciate the good work done by
the Honolulu twirler.
A grand luau is being planned
by thg Kahului boys in honor of
their victory, this being the first
time the Kahuluis have taken the
Championship away from Wuilu
ku. Geo. Cummings and Jas. Hattie
acted as umpires, and did their
work to the satisfaction of both
teams and the spectators, a thing
that seldom happens in local base
ball games, i. e. satisfying ' all
There was a large audience and
tho local fans feel sorry that the
league has come to an end. There
is somo talk of starting a-winter
league in the near future.
A, A. Wilson has completed his contract
for the construction of a rftau at Ukiime
haute ami will move his tiutles and im
plements over to the "Paia school house
where he will do some excavating for the
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooke, President
1). H. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. I). Lufkin, Cashier
CONDBNStiD STATEMENT TO COMPTISOLLHR
at the close of business, May 14th, 190S
Koans and Discounts $127, 787.14
United States Bonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. Itouds 450.00
Other Bonds (quickly convert) 51,800.00
fnl. fitul T1ni rrin Itiinl'tt cni5fl fl
llankinu House. Furuiture.etc.
Due from U. S. Treasury
ll'.KKUUKV Ul' llAWilll, I cc
COUNTV 01' MAUI, f
I, C. D. I.utkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. UJI'KIN, Cashier. .
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of May, 1908.
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit
Hawaiians Sourii Color Line
No better proof of the fairness of
the Hawaiian race can bo produced
than the result of the vote in Wai
luku at last Saturdays primary
There was but one issue during
the election and that' was the co'oi
line drawn by the Hart crowd who
had printed a great ninny tickets
which opposed the election of every
white man and endorsed all of the
twelve Hawaiians and part Hum a
iians. Opposed to this scheme were the
whites and Hawaiians alike and in
spite of the strongest efforts of
Hart and Coellio and men of that
class both of the white men who
wero slated to be slaughtered were
elected hero while Hart was elect
ed by but four more votes than, the
white man who received' the lowest
vote who was elected.
There were two hundred and
nine ballots east and three were
but forty-live white men who voteil.
Practically all of the other votes
were either cast by Hawaiians or
E. H. Hart was the only man
on the opposition ticket who was
opposed-by the fair play supporters
who was elected and he got in by
a very small majority.
During the voting Senator W. J.
Coolho, the driver of the delivery
wagon for the Puunonc Store at
Kahului addressed a few Hawaiians
and told them to vote for the Ha
waiians and not for a haole. He
said he never knew a haole to help
a poor man. He seemed to have
forgotten that he was nominated by
a haole his nomination, seconded
by a haole and that he is now earn
ing his bread from a haole business
This speech will probably be re
membered by a good many for a
long time to come.
There were but two sets of print
ed sample ballots and each was the
same except as to II. M. Coke and
R. A. Wadsworth being on one
slate and both left off by Hart, and
twelve Hawaiians and part Ha
waiians being on his ballot. Both'
white men were elected, and a study
of the voters lists shows that each
of tho white men received more
Hawaiian votes than either of them
did of votes of the white men.
It is to bchoped that this will
put an end to the drawing of the
color lino as it is plain that the
Hawaiians will not stand for this
sort of politics.
Manuel I.ani, a younger brother of Miss
Lucy Lani of Waihce school, died of tub
erculosis Thursday at the family home in
BANK OF WAILUKU
W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus ami Profits 22,501.67
Deposits , 181,868.50
K a u p a k a 1 ii a has Banner
Saturday evening, the 5th, the
Republicans of tho new eleventh
precinct which roughly embraces
Makawao and Kaupakalun met at
the Makawao court house, organized,
and elected the following oiliccrs:
F. W. Hardy, president; G. M.
Maalo, first vice-president; Manuel
Almeida, second vice-president; S.
II. Dowdle, secretary ; Alfred Frank
lin, assistant-secretary; A. F. Ta
vares, treasurer; L. 'Von' Tempsky,
W. O. Aiken, A. S. Medeiros,
Henry Kahiamoe, and Alfred Fur
tado, executive committee and W.
I. Wells, Joe Morris, and M.
Porreira, judges of election. A. F.
Tavares, L. von Temp-sky, and W.
O. Aiken were chosen as delegate
to the country convention, and P.
F. Peck as delegate to the territorial
There were thirty-two voters ire
sent at this meeting but the mem
bership of tho vuh will probably
include two or three times that
number. There are many young
Portuguese citizens in this .section
who are in sympathy with Repub
lican party principles.
On Saturday-afternoon, the 5th,
the Kula Republican precinct club
of which Edgar Morton is president
elected as county delegates. Edgar
Morton, Ed. Forsythe, George Copp,
and Luk Chan. David Morton was
selected as territorial delegate.
Hon. Antone Gomez and E. B.
Carley, superintendent of the tele
phone company, are often mention
ed in the Makawao section as good
men for the legislature.
The Kaupakalun winery has just
completed its season's work of 30,
000 gallons of wine which is double
that of last year. About 30 barrels
of grape brandy has been manufac
tured to'bo used in fortifying the
wine. The manufacture of brandy
from pineapples proved unsuccess
ful the liquid produced being taste
less. One of the finest hospitals in the
territory is soon to bo constructed
at Paia nearly opposite to Dr. W.
F. McConkoy's residence though
somewhat nearer tho sea. The
building and interior fittings are to
be of the best design. The direct
tors of the M. A. Co. have recently
appropriated 10,000 for the struc
ture itself which, it is hoped, will
be completed by Jannuary 1st, 1009.
The new railroad soon to be con
structed by the Kahului R. R. Co.
will not span Maliko gulch by
means of a bridge, the distance
across being too great, but will run
down into the gulclt and up the
other side. The Kahului Company
will extend its tracks from Paia de
pot to Haniakuapoko probably runn
ing them along side those of the M .
A. Co. A. Collins and F. B. Sin
noch arc the civil engineers now en
gaged on the survey-work at Maliko.
About 3:30 A. M. Tuesday, the
Sth, tho night watchman, detected
two thieves busily engaged in steal
ing merchandise of- different kinds
inside the Kahului Store. The
watchman immediately aroused the
manager and Japanese employees of
the store but in tho meantime the
burglars becoming alarmed made
their escape. Entrance jo the store
was made by unlocking a rear-win-'
dow, which had a broken pane of
glass. In a bag dropped outside
Washington Strangely Silent
About Kepoikai Matter.
What has happened to the Ke
poikai removal matttr?
Have the letters on the subject
which were written to Washington
nearly two months ago been receiv
ed or not?
Will any action be taken?
These and similar questions are
becoming topics of general talk in
Honolulu and those on both sides
and also Governor Frear are in
terested. In case there is nothing
heard from the matter by the next
.nail, which arrives on Friday by
the Alameda, Governor Frear will
write to Washing to ask if his
letters have been received.
The unusual part of the matter
comes from the fact that Governor
Frear has never even received an
acknowledgment of his letters,
which were addressed to the Secre
tary of the Secretary of the Interior.
It is customary in such cases when
letters of importance are received
which require consideration, to at
first simply acknowledge' reeept
but even this has not been done in
the present case, which was taken
up six weeks ago.
It is possible that the case may
lie taken up again before the Bar
Association. It is certain that a
vote if taken now would be ma
terially different from that which
was taken in January when charges
were filed against the Maui jurist.
Still there is an element of doubt
which causes those who are press
ing the charges to hesitate. There
are a dumber of lawyers here who
express their opinion very frankly
to the efl'e'ct that they believe that
Kepoikai should be removed, but
they are not at all anxious to get
into a row over the matter. For
this reason, though they hold a
firm opinion on the subject, wee a
meeting to he held, some would
not attend, in this manner avoid
ing any post-idle unpleasantness.
On the other hand Kepoikai's
friends would every one be on
hand. In this manner the senti
ment of the Bar Association itself
would not be given, whicil result
would be very unsatisfactory.
the window were blankets, shoes,
Wednesday the 2nd the three ap
praisers, Messrs. Clark, Ewart, and
Brown of Honolulu accompanied by
II. P. Baldwin, II. A. Baldwin,
and Land Agent W. O. Aiken in
three automobiles visited govern
ment lands at Oinaopio and planta
tion lands at Haiku.
Mr. Ewart declared Oinaopio with
water first class cane land and Byron
O. Clark decided that Haiku was
better pineapple land than Wahia
wa. On Sunday, the Oth a party con
sisting of W. D. Lowell, J. P. Foster,
Win- Foster, and Dr. G. S. Aiken
ascended Haleakala intending to
spend a week or more in hunting
and exploring the crater.
The engagement of Miss Olive
Steele of Hamakuapoko to Mr.
Chas. W. Baldwin' is announced.
Mr Ntines who has hajl charge of
the manufacture of soda water at
tho llyg-.'ia Soda Works of Kahului
for the p.nt past year departed for
San Francisco on Wednesday.
Weather still excessively dry.
Japanese Immigration Bureau Stops All Laborers
'Coming to Hawaii.
Lie to "Uncle" Joe Cannon.
(SPliCIAL TO Tim MAUI iNUWS.)
Sugar 9G deg test 3.90 Beets 9s Gd.
HONOLULU, September 11. Link McCandless was unanimous
ly and enthusiastically nominated for delegate to Congress by the De
Rumor has it that Lane will be knifed. The Qucem denies sup
porting him for Mayor. She says she is taking no interest in politics
The Advisory Land Commission will sit in Ililo on the 17th and
in Wailuku on the 19th inst.
The grand jury isjinvestiating the press accounts. It is possible
that a libel suit wiN be brought by the Bulletin.
TOKIO, September 11 The Japanese immigration bureau has
decided that no more Japanese laborers will go to Hawaii, even the
Japanese laborers now visiting Japan cannot return.
Katsura in a speech today said that encononiical measures must
be adopted by the Government as tho expenditures are greater than
WASHINGTON, September 11. An appeal to the Supreme Court
may be made from the Hepburn decision.
The United States Circuit Court has declared tho commodities
clause in the Inter-State Commerce bill unconstitutional.
EVANSVILLE. September 11. Bryan passed the lie to Joo Can
non yesterday in the matter of tho former's wealth.
WASHINGTON, September 11. Wrights aeroplane was in the
air 05 minutes yesterday, beating all records for time and distance.
ST. PETERSBURG, September 11.
The press of the city celebrated Tolstoi's birthday yesterday.
HONOLULU, September 10. Tho democrats will, hold their con
The fleet sails at 9:30 today.
1 Japs organize to control! the fish business.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 10. Lillienthal the banker was
killed in an automobile accident.
LONDON, September 10. Cardinal Vannutelli has arrived and
was accorded an enthusiastic reception. The protestants are planning
a counter demonstration.
LOS ANGELES, September 10 Police Captain Aubelle was kill
ed while attempting to arrest a burglar who afterwards committed
SEAGIRT. September 10. The Ohio team won the National rifle
match. The regular infantry won second place.
. HONOLULU, September!). Kuliio support Lane's candidacy.
E. M. Watson will oppose Cathcart for the County Attorneyship.
The Brewer building in way of improvements may be torn down.
SAN FRANCISCO, September !). Battling Nelson knocked out
Joo Cans in tho twenty fourth round.
WASHINGTON, September 9.
air fifty seven'niinutes.
HOLSOM, September 9. Two
One was killed.
SAN FRANCISCO, September
salmon fleet is wrecked at Nusagak.
WASHINGTON, Septcmboi 9. Judge Reed of Seattle will try
HONOLULU, September 9 The-fleet leaves Thursday noon.
Jim Quinn will bo a candidate for supervisor.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut,
nates representing 150,000,000 protest against Lilley for governor.
OYSTER BAY, September 9.
federal government an island.
COPENHAGEN, September 9.
surrendered and confessed to thefts
SPRINGFIELD, September 9
the state convention.
PAIIIS. September 9. Spain
laid down by the Moroccan note laid
OXFORD, Mississippi, September 9. A negro was lynched here
for tho brutal murder of a woman.
PORTLAND', Oregon, September 9. A packago of $70,000 has
disappeared for the Wells Fargo Express office.
DULUTII, September !). Seven
Marais district are completely surrounded by firo and it looks as though
many would perish.
- Bryan Passes the
There are fifty two cases of
YVrights Aeroplane was in the
prisoners broke jail this morning.
9? The ship Lucile, one of tho
September 9. Tho industrial mair-
Mrs. Russol Sage lias given the
Alberta, tho missing banker has
from the bank, aggregating more
Speaker Canon will preside over
and Franco have a creed to tho fni-mn
down by tho powers.
hundred sottlors in tho Granco