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WAILUKU, MAU1,H. T., SATURDAY. MAY 1, (909
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Dies' in Honolulu Buried
Saturday morning, thts 21th, the
funeral of Mm Mary B. Watson of
Honolulu took place at tlio come-
nr in Mnkfiwho. Rpv. E. B. Tur
ner performing tho ceremony and
Mniinnolu Seminary girls singing
appropriate hymns. Tho pall
bearers were II. A. Baldwin, W. S.
Nicoll, W. 0. Aiken, II. M. Wells,
J. V. Fleming, Judge Chan. Copp,
and F. V. Hardv. The display of
llowcrs at the grave was most beau
Mrs. Watson was born at Brook
lyn, New York, in August, 1838
She lived at Oberlin, Ohio, during
the four years that her two
ilmiffhtnrs were finishing their
education at the college. About
fifteen years ago she came to Maui
and was for a number of years
matron at Maunaolu Seminary
Afterwards she occupied the same
position at Kawaihau Seminary
Recently she has resided with her
itnimbter. Mrs. Win. J. Forbes of
Hiihittnln at whose home she died
on April 2lst, after a year's illness
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Forbes accoin
pauied the body from Honolulu to
Last Thursday evening, the 22nd,
tbfi second monthly meeting of the
Kahului Social Club took place
most successfully at the Kahului
Club House. The program of en
tertainment consisted of a farce
some fine music and an exhibition
of steriontiean pictures of the
Chinese Empire by Mr. Walsh
After the program there was danc
ing and card-playing. . There was
a large attendence of tho town's
"Pineapplcville," a fitting name
for llaiku cannery and vicinity, is
still expanding. Two spacious
warehouses are being finished mak
ing five large buildings in al.l be
longing to tho packing company
The planted area is also continual
Last week It. K. .Boninc tool
some pictures of clumps of trees at
Halealcala Ranch and in Maliko
Gulch, Haiku, for It. S. Hosmer
superintendent of forestry.
A, H. Landg'raf has sold out hi
farm at Kailua, MakaWao, to the
. Pacific Mill Co. After taking off
' ins present crop ho will depart for
Germany tqglpok' into- busmos
Last Saturday afternoon, the
24th, the second polo game of the
season was played on the grounds
at Paia. The season opened on tho
previous Saturday with the follow
ing members of tho club showing
up for practice: F. F. Baldwin,
II. A. Baldwin, I). T. Fleming, E.
B. Turner, Harold Rico, Ed. Peck,
A. W. Collins, Lorin Smith, 1).
Upton and Geo. Steele.
Tho annual picnic of the Home
Sunday School Department of the
Makawao Union Church will be
hold at "Sunnyside," Paia. Satur
day aftornoon. May loth.
Tho four little daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. D. C. Lindsay of Paia
will give a May Day party, noxt
Saturday afternoon. Fifty chil
dren have received invitation.
Weather: Much south wind, in
Makawao very gentle but wafting
in myriads of mosquitoes.
Win from the Healanis by a
Score of 7 10 2.
There was not a large attendance
at Wells Park last Sunday to wit
ness the game between the Healanis
and Morning Slavs and those not
present are now sorry, for the two
teams put up the best -game of base
ball played this .season.
The game was a lively one from
tart to finish and although the
Stars outclassed their opponents
they could not keep them from
scoring and the game closed with
the score reading 7 to 2 in favor of
The Healanis were held down un
til the eighth inning. Coekett reach
ed first on a safe hit. Kama bunted
to pitcher who fumbled and Coekett
got to second. Waiwaiole lined a
pretty one between first and secand
scoring notli men nut was iorceu
In the seventh inning the first
hit was made oil Upton and witlj.
three in the eighth were all he al
II. Meyer did the slab work for
the Healanis. Ten hits were made
of! him, six of which wen two-baggers.
He is a coining twirler and
with good support should show up
E. E. Meyers, the Star catcher,
played a tine game and only one
man stole second on him. He is
improving daily and ft will take a
fast runner and a good base stealer
to beat him to second for he not
only has a fast delivery but has a
The following is tho summary of
All R 111 I Sll I'O A R
Ilailey, ss 5 23.02
Kealoha, 3b 5 1 2 o I
Walker, cf 1 4 yi 1 3 o
Meyers, c 3 1 1 in
Iisninda. rf 4 1 1 1 o
Dal, lb 4 02091
Garcia, 2b 3 00033
Nowell, If 4 00010
Upton, p 3 1 o o o 11
Totnls 35' 7 10 5 27 21 2
All R 1111 Sll TO A 15
Kaleo, 2l) 4 o I 04 i I
Jackson, If 3 001 100
Knos, rf 4 00001 1
Hento, ss 4 000431
Vicla, 30 4 o 1 o 1 3 o
H. Meyer, p 3 000230
Coekett, lb 2 l I o 10 I o
Kama, ct 3 1003 10
II. Waiwaiole, c 2 o 1 " o 2 2 1
Totals 29 24 i 27 15 4
Runs o 1 200200 7 7
II. II o 1 2 I o 2 1 1 2 10
Runs o 0000002 o 2
II, II :o o o o o o o 1 3 o 4
Two-base hits Hal, 2; Kcaloha, 2; Ks.
liases on balls Off Upton, 2; Meyer, 2
Hit by Pitcher Coekett;
Struck out Ily Upton, 9; Meyer, 1.
Passed balls Ily Meyers, 3; Waiwai
Wild Pitch Upton.
Time of game, 1 hour 25 minutes.
Umpire M. Keohokalole.
Scorer G. It. Schrader.
The percentage of the teams at present
is as follows:
Team Played Won . Percentage
M. Stars 2 2 looo
Kahuluis 2 1 500
Healanis 3 o 000
.. Tomorrow afternoon the Kahu
luis and .Morning stars ' will cross
bats and a large crowd of fans will
certainly be there.
The Kahuluis promise a surprise
and have been hard at practice idur
ing tho past two weeks. Alo ' will
K. R. R. Co. Goes After Out
The Kahului Railroad Company
received two three ton auto trucks
last Saturday and at once put them
The trucks are manufactured by
Mack Brothers of Allontown, Penn
sylvania, and wore set up by .T.F.
Strode, who is in tho employ of the
On Sunday Mr. .Strode brought
a load of Kahului residents' to see
the ball game. The car was as
much of an attraction as the game
for a while as a car of that class
had never been seen here before.
The curs will be used as feeders
for the Kahului Railroad Company
and independently of the road
when loads can be handled more
cheaply by that means.
The cars have a carrying capac
ity of three tons each. They are of
sixty horsepower and travel at a
speed of from twelve (o fourteen
miles an hour.
One day this week one of the
trucks moved forty tons- of freight
in four hours from the upper to the
lower depot in Paia. The Superin
tendent of the railroad i- much
pleased with the result of the work
The railroad company will now
be ready to make rates for the deli
verv of freight from the vessel's
side to anywhere in Wailuku, Paia
and othor central places on Maui.
probably be in the 1mx for them and
as he is a hard man to find will un
doubtedly keep the hatters guessing
what is coming next.
W. Chillingworth, the Kahului's
popular second-baseman is not ox
pectod to appear on the diamond for
Sunday's game. Billy" was mar
ried in Honolulu last Thursday to
Miss Hilda Robertson and is expect
ed to arrive home by the Clandino
The Star bunch has been at prae
tiee and. is confident of victory. In
fact, the only bets obtainable arc
that the Stars will not white-wash
the Kahuluis again.
There are quite a number of per
sons who try to beat their way in or
else stand on the outskirts of the
field and witness the game from
there to save the price of an admis
sion.. A stop should be made and
the police will be asked to aid the
Association in collecting admissions.
No charge is made by the As
sociation to children on the grounds
but there are many who take ad
ViUitajje of the free admission and
take up room 111 tne grand stand to
the detriment of people who have
paid there admission.
The use of vulgar remarks by per
sons on the grand stand should be
stopped and undoubtedly the offi
cials of the Association will take
steps in the future to remove from
the grand stand any person using
improper language toward the play
ers. The players are in the game
for the sport in it and expect there
by to entertain the public and it is
certain that ugly remarks do not
tend to assist sport.
On Saturday, May eight, from six to
eight o'clock at the William and Mary
Alexander Parsonage there will he n
genuine German Market. If you never
saw one, be sure and come. It doesn't
cost anything to look, and if you want to
eat, vou can buy something for only one
cent. Don't get your ordinary dinner at
home, but come mtronue the Market,
and get somethiug extraordinary for no
more than your dinner at your own t.'dile
woulu cost you,
A Jury Will Try the County
Honolulu, April 215. The ease of
John W. Cathcart, charge'd with as
saulting a Chinese named Goo Wan"
Hoy, was called at the Police Court
this morning. .
Mr. Cathcart at once claimed the
right of a jury trial, and as this ac
tion took the matter out of Judge
Andrade's hands, he of course com
mitted the ease to the Circuit Court
for trial. If the Grand Jury finds
igainst Mr. Cathcart, he will secure
the desired jury trial at the next
term of the court.
A. S. Humphreys, who appeared
to assist the prosecution, remarked:
"So that everything will be in order,
I suggest that bond be issued in this
Judge Andrade at onee fixed the
bond at loO. Mr. Cathcart then in
quired in a mild voice: May I
leave the court and look up bonds
men, Your Honor? 1 will return
later on in the day." Judge An
drade assented to this with a smile,
and Mr. Cathcart departed to find
There is a lot of animus against
Cathcart involved in the ease, and
it will probably be manipulated to
put Cathcart in the most unsavory
D. Kalaiiokalani, Jr., the County
Clerk, has gone on the bond of Mr.
Cathcart for the amount of $")().
Snpt. Hosmer and Dr.
Norgaard are Vindicated.
0 The Legislature has established
a sensible precendent in connoc
Hon with tne criticism tnat was
directed against the Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry. The so-
called "ehargei" against Snperin
tendent Hosmer and Dr. Norgaard
wore found, on investigation, to be
so childish that they did not war
rant consideration at the hands of
the special committee appointed
by the President of the Senate
In the course of its report the com
mittee lavs down the dictum that
persons wishing lo accuse any
official of malfeasance should pre
sent their case in regular form to
the Legislature, and not address
letters to individual members of
the Legislature, with vague in
timations and suggestions of crim
inalitv that, even if justified, might
fail of receiving proper consideia
tion by reason of the inadequnU
way of submitting them.
If the charges against Superim
tendent Hosmer and Dr. Norgaard
were as represented there would
have been ground for proceedings
aainst those two officials. The
only result, however, of the com
mittee's investigation is to show
that the Bureau of Agriculture
and Forestry has been more than
ordinarily careful in adhering to
the rules of tho department. Ad
The Koua Tobacco Co. ha recently
decided to double its capitalization
which, under the new arrangement, will
amount to f 50,000. The first crop of Kona
tobacco, consisting of sixty bales, will
probably be dispatched to the mainland
IIIIS niOUlU, J lllb 1 llie IIFM UUMMll-
meut of Hawaiian tobacco and as the
uualitv is high, satisfactory prices may
be expected. The enlarged capitat of the
company will permit of greatly extended
acreaee with a corresponding increase in
outnut. Altogether the prosiicct for
Hawaiian tobacco is distinctly good and
we look to see tobacco record itself among
the Hawaiian industries which have
established themselves on a substantial
basis in the ihortest time. Forester.
TERRIFIC STORM RAGES
Legislature has Completed
is President of the
(xSI'UCIAL TO THE MAUI MKWK.I
Sugar deg. test .".92 Beets 10s. -Id.
. HONOLULU, April 30. The Legislature overrode the veto of t lie
bill dispensing with the services of
The Governor has seventeen bills which he may sign.
There is no one in view lor the Treasurership.
Mark Robinson has resigned as President of the Boaril of Health'
for the betternu'tit of tho service.
William Chillingworth and Miss
last night and will leave for Maui
April o0. The
CHICAGO, April 30. A terrific
from communication with the outside
killed by falling walls and trees.
storm swept through Illinois, Indiannh and Iowa. Heavy winds ac
companied by hail have beaten down the growing crops. Snow fell in
New ork and Pennsylvania.
MICHIGAN CITY, April 30.
wall around the penitentiary fell. The militia was asked for to aid
the wardens in keeping the prisoners.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 30.
condemned to death 250 persons charged with conspiracy against the
new government. The executions followed immediately after the sen
tences were pronounced.
The new government proposes
cres throughout Asia Minor.
Nadir Pasha, cecond eunuch of
inciting a revolt.
ADANA, April 30. Fire is now
Troops have gone to rescue American
LONDON, April 30. The budget introduced in the House of
Commons provides for a deficit of
NEW YORK, April 30. The
fine of 1900,000. The government
of the case.
HONOLULU, April 2!). No
Mott-Smilh ha been confirmed as President of the Board of
The governor's veto of appropriations for Malulani and Ililo hos
pitals was sustained twelve to two.
Fairbanks at an assembly at the
last night aid "How 1 would like to see this American territory peo
ple by those whose blood ran through the veins of our ancestors. One
of the things that impressed me most is the need of diversified in
dustries. It is impossible to make
ing your hopes on one industry."
WASHINGTON', April 28. Taft has appointed George V. Wood
ruff, formerly assistant Attorney General, to be second Federal. Judge
Antonio Perry has been appointed associate justice of the Supreme
W. L. Whitney has been appointed Judge of the Circuit Court '.to
succeed Judge Lindsay who resigned.
SALONICA, April 20. Abdul
houso with four wives four sons and
CONSTANTINQPLE, April 2!).
foreign envoy to call on the new Sultan.
WASHINGTON, April 2i
COLON, April 29. Secretary
visit of inspection.
HONOLULU, April 29, L. G.
on the ground of infidelity.
HONOLULU, April 28. Willard Brown declined the Treasuiy
portfolio. W. O. Hopper is willing to accept.
The grand jury failed to indict Cathcart for assault and battery.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 28.-Abdul Hamid the deposed Sul
tan has been taken to S.iloniea as a prisoner.
TRIPOLI, April 2S. There is great enthusiasm as a result of the
choice of the new Sultan.
HONOLULU, April 28. '1 he Govembr has signed the medical
The loan bill was killed in the Senate.
Both legislative bodies are through work.
WASHINGTON, April 28. After full consideration President"
Taft has decided to appoint a Mainlander as Second Federal Judge of
Hawaii. The name of the party is not obtainable.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 28. -The Sultan has been deposed.
Whon the deciee was lead to him he accepted and. said it was the will'
of Allah. It charged him with numerous crimes. It is believed that
many serious problems will confront the young Turks. '
NARROB1, April 28. The Ex-President is shooting small game.
Board of Health.
the deputy clerk in the District
Hilda Robertson were married
heir to the throne is a uirl.
storm yesterday isolated this city
world. Several persons were
The financial loss is large. The
During a terrific storm GOO feet of
The military court yesterday
to take drastic steps to 'atop massa
tin palace, wns executed today for
destroying tlio Christian quarters.
American Refining Co. has paid a
has approved the final settlement
nomination fir Treasurer has been
banquet at the Commercial Club
the largest possible progress bas
llarmid is a prisoner' in a 'large
Minister Lishman was the first
Mohammed the Fourth has been
Dickenson lias arrived here on a
Kellogg has been sued by his wife
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