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WAILUKU, MAU1,H. T SATURDAY. APRIL 24, 1 9d9
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Baseball at Wells' Park Re
suits in Favor of Visitors.
Last Sunday afternoon at Wells'
Turk thi' Kahuluis boat the Ilea-
' lamp, who were expected to appear
with a strong line-up, enteral the
game with several of their players
. umlcr the weather. C.Bento, who
' iliil the twirling for the Stars last
season, held ilown the slab for the
Ilealanis for six innings, hut he
was hit hard and often owing to
his lack of practice, which was
' In the first inning the Ilealanis
did not sdore while the Kahuluis
were able to tally five ruuB.
The Kahuluis scored ( more
runs in the sixth and eighth in
nings while the Ilealanis scored 1
in tlm fifth and 4 in the seventh,
the game cn'ding with a score
standing 11 to 5 in favor of tiie
The following is the summary of
the game prepared by the oUioial
All R HII SH I'O A 15
I. Clement, c 5 o 9 . 2
Arcia.cf -,.....5 2 3 2 3
1Mrr!c If A 2 11 IOO
Ayau; si.. 5 1 1 1 3 4 4
KtiKlish. 3" '-3 1 1 o 1 o o
TT Hi VW tl .1 2 2 O IO O O
Decker, 2b 4 2 I I o t I
Ah Lo,.p....- 3 1 1 0 0 1 1
U.7f..'l1iR rf A. OOOOOO
ww; -, -
-TotnlK m II 12 57 20 8
. ah r mi sn ro a r
Jackson, cf-lf 5 0 00 1 o 'o
.Ileiilo, p-ss....v 4 o 0 o o 2 .0
Knleo, 2l!...' 4 21123
lnos, rf 4 1 o 1 o o o
Co'ckett, c 3 I o I o o
Viela, 3b 4 00014 1
Oliveira, ih '. 3 ' 1 0 12 0 0
H? Meyer, ss-p... .-;.. 4 o o b o o o
j:Waiwaiole,,U o 000201
lit Wniwaiole, c o 000301
linssey, If 000000
Dutro.ss 9 000022
Totnls 32 5( 3 2 22 15 5
SinvUie, out hit by batted ball; Clem
ent, out bunteil 3nl strike,
f. Two-base hits Morris, Arcia
liases on balls Off Ah Lo, 7; Beato, 3;
Sacrifice hits Kahuluis, 2; Healauis,2.
'; Struck out liy Ah I.o, 9; Ilento, 1;
, Passed balls Clement, 4; .Cockett, 1;
Double plays Ayau to English; Dutro
to'kaleo to Oliveira; Kaleo to Oliveira;
Time of game, 2 hours.
Umpire J. Garcia.
Scorer G. II. Schrader.
Tomorrow afternoon the Morn
ing Stars will cross bats with the
Ilealanis. The latter has been
strengthened and practiced hard
during the past week and is ex
pected to put up a good game.
Tho line-up of tho Stars, will pro
bably ho the same as that when
they met the Kahuluis. A large
crowd will undoubtedly turn out
to see the bunch in action.
Already several Honolulu team
managers are corresponding with
tho local fans with a view of play
ing a couple of games against a
Maui team on or about tho 4th of
July. No arrangements have as
yet been niaile, but it is expected
that tho league will arrange with
the team that can guarantee good
baseball in order to give tho local
people u chance to we the national
gaiu played by a (lrsl-rate team
and not a hurriedly picked bunch
There is a rumor that an All-
Reach Honolulu team will make a
tour of the Islands and will be on
Maui on or about the 4th of July.
Light House Being Built by
A representative of A Sotaf pub
lished in llilo, Hawaii, was recent
ly in liana, on this island, and on
his return published the following
article in that paper which wn re
print. From the Federal Government at
Washington, Hawaii we hear every
now and again a great deal said
about the Americanization of these
Islands. Wo are also told thai no
niore.Oriental labor must come hero
to work on the big sugar planta
tions, in the pineapple fields, in
farms, or factories. So strongly
have the Washington authorities set
this fact before the big business in
terests and backed it up by legisla
tion in Congress, that it was found'
necessary to enact laws in our own
Territory enabling those who need
ed labor to secure in Europe at a
very heavy expense.
The number of taxpayers ( here
being limited and the people bear
ing all the burden of taxation that
was possible, a further law has been
passed by our Legislature imposing
a special tax upon those who are
engaged in raising sugar that they
might bring labor from Europe at
An effort was made to secure sui
table white labor on the mainland
of the United States and, at tho
suggestion of the authorities in
Washington, an agent was sent bent
who, it was stated, would be just
the man to get the labor. This agent
bad an enjoyable trip to Honolulu,
travelled all around the islands and
returned to the Eastern States to
get his men, every facility given
him in New York to do- so. The
result, however, has been an abso
lute fizzle, and the agent a failure.
Possibly he was a failure in Wash
ington and they wanted to get rid
bf him, so worked him off on Ha
While the Federal government,
prohibits the free American citizens
on these islands, who have their
homes here, their families hero,
have secured lands here, and are
cultivating the. soil here, from em
ploying any labor they may see fit
and helping its citizens in these far
away islands, what does the Federal
Government itself do here?
At tho present time, on the island
of Maui,- the Federal Government
is erecting a Light House at liana.
They are a few Hawaiians, very few
employed on the work, whilo the
hulk of the labor is done, by Japan
The same little brown men, who
are foi'hidden to become American
citizens, are employed by tho Amer
ican Government. Our great fathers
in Washington try to teach us a les
son which they themselves have not
learned, do not try to learn and do
not want to learn.
Not only this. The work of con
struction of the light house at liana
has been placed in charge of Mr.
Anthony Richloy, a former resident
of this town. He, the representative
there of the Federal Government of
tho great United States, pays to the
few Hawaiians wlunn ho employs,
11.2") a day. To tlfo. Japanese, who
are not allowed to coine here for the
uses of private citizens, because they
will not Americanize the Territory,
is paid ll.7 a day, or lO.fiO a day
more than the Hawaiians, who are
American citizens by right of an
noxation. What a privilege they
get when working under Mr. Rich-
Verdict of Guilty After Long!
One of tho longest trials and the
herdest fought criminal local
battles ever had in the court on
this island came to a close Thurs
day evening and resulted in the
conviction of Robollo, Pires, Kea-
loba, and Ma Kong of Omaopio.
The boys wore accused of steal
ing cattle and convicted of the
C. W. Ashford prosecuted and
Judge Quarles defended.
Tho jury was out over three
hours before agreeing to a verdict.
Judge Quarles has decided to
appeal 011 the rulings of the court
on many points. It will bo some
time before the case is finally dis
t two o'clock Judge Kingsbury
sentenced Frank Robollo to one
year imprisonment at bard labor,
Frank Pires to ten months, Ma
Fong to Itho reformatory, for one
year and suspended sentence in the
case of Solmon Kealoha for thirteen
All the defendants are out oniric
until the Supreme Court passes up
on thi' points raised by Judge
HON. CHAS. W. FAIRBANKS 16
S Who is expected on Maui next weck'w
Rut this is not all. The repre
sentative of the Federal Government
Mr. Richloy, not' only shows his
preference for the Japanese by em
ploying more of them than he does
of Hawaiian, ' not only shows Ins
preference for tho Japanese by pay
ing them more money than he does
to' tho American native born citizens
of Hawaii: but this same Mr. Rich
ley, representing .the Federal Gov
ernment of the United States, still
further shows his preference for the
Japanese over tho American Ilawai
ians by living in the same house
with the Oriental, occupying the
saino quarters that they do, under
their very roof, showing through his
agency, as the representative of the
United States, in the work being
done at liana, on Maui, in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, his preference for
Oriental labor and his preference
for Oriental companionship over
that 01 American eitizviis 111 an
Now let us all stand up, take oil
our hats and sing to the strains of
the STAR SPANG LEP RANNER
Klelani I'ulepule Kahale died at the
home of Rev. J. Nua on Tuesday nml
was buried ill the family cemetery on
Wednesday evening. He was a son of
Rev. Mauase and adopted by his grand
father Rev. Kahale whose name he lore,
He was forty nine years of age at the
time of his death. He had been ill for
about three mouths. His death leaves
Re 1. J. Nua as the sole heir to the Kaha
le estate .
Supervisors Get Through
much work in short time.
The Roard of Supervisors of the
County of Maui was called to order
at 2 p. in., Chairman W. F. Poguo
Roll call. Present: W. F. Poguo,
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i. ujwnrt tiiivi villi. iMIMJII.
Absent: T. T. Meyer and W. P.
Haia. Mr. Haia caino in later.
Minutes of the March meetings
were read. .Mr. Lyons moved to
approve the minutes as read. Se
conded by Mr. Kauhi and carried.
Communication No. 02 of Thco.
II. Da'vies it Co. in re safes .was
read and the same was oVdorod
placed 011 file.
Communication No. i)3 of W. F.
Freav, Governor, in re Park was
read and action on the same was
deferred to 7 : "0 o'clock tomorrow
Communication No. !)1 of W. F.
Frear, Governor, acknowledging the
rebeiptof the resolutions sent to him
was read and action on tho same was
deferred to 7:.0 p. 111.
Communication No. i).r of R. C.
Searle requesting the constructing of
a bridge at llonokohau was read and
action 011 the same was deferred.
Communication No. of .las.
W. Pratt, Commissioner- of Public
Lands'in re exchange of lands at
Waiehu for a Park site was read and
action 011 the same was deferred to
7 : ISO p. 111. tomorrow.
Communication No. i7 of Edward
Woodward, Clerk House of Repre
sentatives requesting that certified
copies of resolutions be sent down
was read and the same was ordered
placed on file. The Clerk stated
that he had complied with the re-.
Communication No. !)S of W. 0.
Smith, President of the Senate, aek-J
nowlcdging tho receipt of Resolu
tions of the Roard was read and the
same was ordered placed on file.
Communication No. fl!) of Alex
ander & Raldwin acknowledging the
receipt of order for Simplex Road
Grader was road and action on the
same was deferred.
Communication No. 1C0 of W. F.
Frear, Governor, in re Park was
read and action on thosame was de
ferred to 7:!0 p. 111. tomorrow.
Communication No. 101 of Theo.
H. Davios iv Co. in re order for
hose was read anil tho same was
ordered placed on file.
Coininuiiicaiioii No. 102 of J. II.
Mahoe, Road Overseer, Molokai,
asking for information on estimate
was read and the same was ordered
placed on file. The Clerk stated
that ho had given the information
Communication No. 101! of Kahu
lui Store, tho same being quotation
on filters was read and the same
was ordered placed on file.
Communication No. 101 of Geo.
Groves in re telephone for Kaui
was read and the' same was ordered
placed on file. The Chairman stat
ed that the telephone was put in
Communication No. 10" of I). T.
Fleming, Secretary Maui Livestock
Association requesting assistance
from tho Roard was read and action
on the same was deferred to 1:!H)
p. m. tomorrow.
Communication No. 10(1 of tho
Russel Grading Co., was read and
action on the same was deferred to
'.) a. 111.
Communication No. 107 of the
Maui Agricultural Co., in re changes
Contiuued ou Page 2,
Distinguished Visitors on Maui Next Week-Coun'-ty
Attorney Under Arrest-Ministers
(KlfUClAL TO Till! MAUI INIiWS.)
Sugar f)(i dep. test 3.S6 Reels 10s. -ld.
HONOLULU, April 23. Ex-Vico President Kairbanks ami party'
will visit other islands. They will leave for Maui next week-.
County Attorney Cathcart has been served with a penifl'sUihmoiis'
for assaulting Goo Wan Hoy.
Treasurer Campbell is still asking for confirmation.
Tho House Committee brings in proposed land laws which tliey'
will submit to Congress. '
Automobiles may be taxed apd the legislature would nihke taxes
duo a lien on all real property.-
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 2;!. The Sultans retention on tile'
throne is indefinite. The ministers who control the government' are
subjects of debate. The members of tho present cabinet have offered
to resign and their resignations have been refused. At a consultation
of chieffS it wav decided that Abdul Humid should remain on the tlirohe
with curtailed authority.
Fanaticism is spreading throughout the empire.
WASHINGTON, April 23. Bids on the remaining $1;000,000
bonds of the 1-1,000,000 authorized for building the Manila water and'
sewer system ha been invited. '
NIAGARA FALLS, April 23. The blasts have opened a-' narrow -channel
which it is believed will widen
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23 The U. S. Court holds that the In
terstate Commerce Act does not apply to ocean steamers.
Tho Autopsy on the Uriindt woman shows evidence of pois'on.
OTTAWA, April 23. The steamer Woodbury will bo condemned.
MOMI3ASSA, April 23. Roosevelt departed todav for Kapikiipm
a hunting trip. t
ST. PETERSBURG, April 23. Japan is sending reenforceirient's
HONOLULU, April 21. The taxation hill passed the Senate. '
The sewer bill also passed tho Senate.
Campbell's friends are still lighting for the treasury.
Tho Kula pipe line bill passed. The veterinary hill is Head. The
glanders hill passed
CONSTANTINOPLE. April 21. An agnomen! has boon reachedu
by which the riulian is to remain and the Cabinet is 10 quit: .
VANCOUVER, April 21. Charles Li-vi Wo.dlmrv. m riv..r;.wj
er, was fired upon and captured liy
within the lines.
NIAGARA FALLS, April 21.
gorge is endangering many bridges
LOS ANGELES, April 21. Kuhio and Parker urn . kmI.;A
in an interview says ho is oppo.-ed to
HONOLULU, April 21. The
primary bill that was passed by the
I ho mosquito crusade will start again next week. Kawewehi in
vites members to come out side and see who -laughs last. He and
Alfon.jo have disagreed and the chairman interfered.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 22. Fanatics are raging in the in-'
terior of the empire and atrocities are continuing. . ,
HARTFORD, April 22.-Governor Lillie of Connecticut is dead.
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Six people have been'killed and 51
win amount to minions ot dollars.
MOMRA-SA, April 22. Roosevelt and party arrived here to-dayf.
NIAGARA FALLS, April 22. The ice gorge is sixty Joel high'.
Two car loads of dynamite have boon rushed to the falls.
HONOLULU, April 21. A hill in tho senate permits Counties ?to
impose an additional tax of one quarter of one per cent when necessary.
This is to take the place of bonding
Tho matter of Federal money for translating has been referred to
The appropriation bill is in the hands of the committee.
It is reported that the ship Dirigo is on a reef on Molokai.
Mrs. N. S. Sachs died last night after a long illness.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April -2l.-r,000 troops , of tho Imperial
garrison have deserted to ths Constitutionalists.
The Sultan is awaiting his fate.
ADANA, April 21. 1000 refugees gathered at the American col
lege. They are in a pitiablo condition.
Tho Sultan is ready to abdicate if granted terms he desires.
5000 people have been kiUcd in Adana and Smyrna.
WASHINGTON, April 21. The battleships North Carolina and
Montana have heoii dispatched to Aloxandretta to protect American
First Class Bread.
The Manhattan Cafe and Bakery Co. is now prepared to deliver
bread to cusIoiiicih in Wailnku and Kahului every morning, Twenty
eight tickets for gl.00. Each ticket calls for one 5 cents' loaf.- Tele
phono No. 22.
PIPE LINE PASSES
ihu Cana.liah aiithori: ics'fitr lish'iitg
The situation e.insoil ! il.o
and hotels along the bank.
a reduction of duty on p"itieappleB:
Senate refuses to ael -011 1 1
1 mi, rim in i-sirin.i jy raging Here.
injured in this city. The damage.