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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1909
What is Best for Maui
io Boot fnn tho Mowc
Death Claims Mrs. Arthur
Much sympathy is expressed for
Postmaster Waul ami his little
daughter on account of the death of
Mrs. Waal. She struggled for sev
eral months between life and death
and though everything was done by
way of medical skill and mu sing she.
passed away last Friday night, and
the hody was interred in the Epis
copal cemetery, at ."i.oO Saturday
afternoon. Mrs Waal was of a
gentle nature and always hopeful of
recovery. She leaves a father, moth
x or, sister in Honolulu, and a hrother,
hushand and a dear little daughter
Governor Frear, ex-Vice President
Fairbanks and Lorrin A. Thurston
came over from Wailukuto Lahaina
on Tuesday afternoon and took the
steamer in the evening for flilo.
They will spend a few days at the
Volcano. On returning to Honolulu
Mr. Fairbanks will, proceed to Japan.
He will spend a few months in the
countries of the East and then visit
Last week large hauls of lish were
made in Lahaina harbor. Capt.
Roberts' company brought in on
Thursday IS, 000 akules and sold
them for -loSO.
Father Maurice spent Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday making his
regular pastoral visits of East Maui
Father Maxiniin of Wailuku paid
Lahaina a visit last week.
Rishon Restariek has returned
from llilu and gone back to Ilono
lulu. Ho spent Wednesday in La
. County Attorney Coke returned
from Honolulu on 'Juesday evening
.mid snond rail of Wednesday in
Mr. If. R. Penhallow, the mana
ger of Wailuku plantation, brought
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me uoveruor ii ui.v jli h n.m.i-
ina on Tuesday afternoon.
Fishinii- has continued good all
this week. Rishop Restariek en
joyed. a haul on Wednesday man
aged by our stately "Captain Roberts.
Ninety Days For
Robbing a Roy.
Honolulu, May 1. Ninety day
for La Valley, U. S. Marine, for
swininu a cold eagle from a small
Judge Andrado this morning im
nosed tho above sentence and La
Valley goes to the reef. Tho high
wayinan is but eighteen years of age
and a pretty boy at that. Where he
learned his desnerate habits docs
Kamalu, a trusty who does duty
around me ponce Mauon, in uic
1 il I .1 i I . ll...
man who captured La Valley when
ho was riinninir from tho lad from
whom he stole tho ten-dollar gold
pieco which the child had found in
tho leveled ruins of Lutted's old
Kamalu was driving, Thursday
afternoon, back to the police station,,
with the Sheriff's buggy, when hi
heard tho victim and other small
hovH LMvinu the alarm of theft. He
inquired what was tlie matter, learn
ed that the soldier was on a street
ear. nave the biliary to the boys to
care for.and then he Wirdcd the
car and grabbed his man.
Quite the most remarkable part
of the whole business is .the finding
of a tun-dollar gold pieco on the site
of the old Lut ted bakery.
Lutted is out ten dollars.
ExVice President and Gov
ernor Frear Tour Island.
On Saturday morning the Clau-
dino biought to Maui one of the
most distinguished guests it has
ever been our pleasure, to welcome
our shores in the person of
Charles Warren Fairbanks, who
was until recently the Vice Presi
dent of the United States.
Mr. Fairbanks is being accom
panied by Governor W. F. Frear
wiip can keep "he trails warmer
than any governor on the face of
the earth at the present writing.-
riie two were met at the wharf
it Kahuliu by Manager J'. I" .
Baldwin of the Hawaiian Cominer-
iind Sugar Company and
Superintendent .l.N. S. Williams
of the Kahului Railroad Company
Mr, Williams invited the guests to
breakfast with him which invita
tion was gladly accepted.
At about n i ire o'clock the party
was called upon hy Honorable II.
Baldwin wlip took the guests to
Puunene where the mill and the
plantation were shown them. Just
before noon the party was taken
in charge by Manager II. A. Bald
win who took them to his homo
where lunch was served after which
in 'automobile trip was enjoyed
through the plantation and pine-
On Sunday morning
attended the services at
wao foreign unurcn
went to Maluhia when lunch was
served. In the evening the party
went to Olinda where thoy stayed
until shortly after midnight and
then left for the great crater of
The trip to llie top of the crater
was in charge ot uustoius uoiteetor
W. O.-Aiken of Kahului.
On the return trip tho party was
served with an excellent luncheon
by Mrs. W. 0. Aiken.
It was a little after live when
the party arrived in Wailuku and
wont at once to the court house
where the ladies had tastefully de
corated the Circuit Court room for
the reception of the guests.
The 'decorations consisted of
American and, Hawaiian Hags
tasteful draped, green bamboo and
maiden hair ferns and other pott
ed plants. In front of tho judges
bench was a Hawaiian coat of arms
plainly displaying the once com
nion Hawaiian motto "Ua man ko
ea o ka Aina i ka Pono " Whilo
the motto is seldom seen now its
meaning is as true today as when
it was uttered by its royal author.
The reception committee consist
ed of Judgo and Mrs. A.N. ke
poikai, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bald
win, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bal,
Judge and Mrs. S. R. Kingsbury,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Copeland; Mi
ami Mrs. C. I). Lufkin and Mr. J
N. K. Koola.
Judge Kingsbury addressed tho
guests in the following well chosen
I have been asked by our neigh
bors hero in Wailuku to say a few
words of welcome to you our very
distinguished guest. Wo all know
you as a tonner member ot our
great National Congress, and of
late, as Vice-President of this Na
tion, presiding over the most dig
nified and powerful legislative
body on' earth, lo us, you are
especially and emphatically among
tho foremost representatives of our
country who have honored us with
Contiuued on Page 0,
Defeat Kahuliiis Last Sun
day by Score of 9 to 2.
The Morning Stars again defeat
ed tho Kahuliiis -at Wells Park last
Sunday by a score of .) to 2.
In the first inning the Stars
scored 5 runs, two more in the
second, and one each in the fifth
mil eighth innings. By an er.ror
of J. Garcia in throwing to first
the Kahuliiis scored their two runs.
Ah Lo started in the box for the
Kahuliiis and was retired at the
nd of the second inning after
allowing three men first-base on
balls and six hits to he had off
him. Vernon Ayau then took his
place and held down the Stars to
only two more runs and three hits.
Ayau does a lot of brainy work in
the slab, and although he has not
the speed of Ah Lo. he certainly
eeps the batters guessing as to
what is coming next.
Upton and Meyers were the
battery for the Stars and did good
work. The only man to steal
second was Morris, who managed
to gut there on a high throw to
In the second inning Bailey, the
crack shortstop of the Stars, caught'
Ah Lo sleeping in the box. and
tole home on him. When Ah Lo
came to and threw to third Railey
was crossing the plate.
In tho fifth inning Walker drove
a flv to Arcia in center field who
fumbled. Walker kept running and
on a wries ol baa throws ana
errors scored n run.
The following is the summary of
All R 11H SI! I'O A F,
liailey, ss 2 200241
Walker, cf 4
Cummiugs, rf 4
Meyers, c 3
Kspinda, If 4
Bal, lb 4
J. Garcia, 2b 4
J110. Garcia, 3b 4
Upton, p 3
Totnls 32 9 9 3 27 lS 5
Ait r mi sn io a i;
Decker, 2b 4 00033 1
Arcia, cf , 4 000401
English, 3b 4 000352
Morris, 11 3 010000
Ayau, p-ss 4 1 2 o 1 4 1
K. All Nee, lb 4 o I o 9 o 1
J. Clement, c 3120330
Smytlie, rf 3 010000
Ah I,o, p 1 000100
Chillingworth, 2nd. ..2 000000
Totals 32 2,7 o 24 15 6
1234567 S 9
Runs 5 2001001 9
II. II 5 1 o o 2 o o 1 9
1234567 S 9
Runs , o 2000000 o 2
H. II o 3020010 1 7
Two-base hits Cumniings, Walker,
liases on halls Off Upton, 1; Ah Lo, 3.
Struck out Hy Upton, 5; Ayau, 3.
Passed balls Hy Meyers, 1; Clement,
Time of game, I hour 35 minutes.
Umpire M. Keohoknlole.
Scorer G. 11. Schrailer.
The percentage of the teams at present
is as follows:
Team Played Won Percentage
M. Stars 3 3 1000
Kahuliiis 3 I 333
Ilealauis 2 o ix
Tomorrow afternoon's game will
be between the Kahuliiis and the
Ilealauis. Tho latter team has re
covered from tho shock it received
at the hands of the Kahuliiis in
tho first game and now aro suro of
winning tomorrow's game.
The.Kahuluis, who want to keep
Holds a Most Enjoyable
Kahului is to be congratulated on
the success of the social functions
being given there by the social club
recently formed and that is doing so
much to bring the people together
and promote a better and more
friendly feeling among Hie residents
of this active town.
On Thursday evening a most suc
cessful social function was held at
the Kahului Club house under tho
management of Mrs. J. J. Walsh
and Mrs. Walker.
All of the principals and many of
the audience was in eoslome repre
senting some commodity that is ad
vertised for sale.
None wore more appropriate cos
tomes than the gold dust twins,
Ronnie and Harry Decker, or Abdul
Humid, who is supposed to have
been recently dethroned at Constan
tinople. Aunt Jemima did some fancy
dancing and took oft' the southern
colored lady very credibly.
Mr. Skinner, as Harrigan, distin
guished himself as a vocalist of no
His Satanic. Majesty was in most
befitting costume but as an adver
tisement for Deviled Ham ho should
take on more flesh if he would in
crease his sales.
Mr. Crawford came in for his
share of applause as a vocalist and
has not forgotten the southern dia
lect to which he has been ascustom
ed from infancy in the good old
state of Tennessee.
Mrs. Walker recited Peters Trip
To The Wedding and won much
The costumes and advertisements
aro most appropriate. There was
''Square Deal" for the poker play
ers, "Fullers Oils" for the troubled
waters,, "Sherman & Williams"
paints for the ladies, "Owl Cigars
for the wise and "Sun Set Welts"
for those who deserve thein.
Aunt Jemima was presented witli
a tall corn stalk as a bouquet for her
One of the features of the evening
was a large cake from which radi
ateu many threads. At a given
signal each person present pulled in
the hope of pulling the plum when
the cake collapsed and each person
drew forth a prize.
Dancing was enjoyed during the
evening to excellent music. There
were a number of guests from Wai
One and all pronounced the even
ing a most enjoyable one. .
the cup if possible, cannot afford
to lose tomorrow's game and will
play for all they are worth to win.
These two teams are pretty even
ly matched and will undoubtedly
put up a good game. C. Bento
will probably be in tho box fo'r tho
Healanis and it is said he has been
practicing and is in as fine condi
tion as he ever was.
It is not known positively who
will do the twirling for the Kahu
litis but it is expected that Ah Lo
whom tho Healanis failed to lint
in their last game, will again de
liver tho sphere.
The Maxwell car of the Maui Auto Co
has been put, in first class condition and
has been re-painted and is again in use
Just after the car was put jn condition
some miscreant put a piece of junk into
the speed gears and caused considerable
damage to the casting.
HEALTH BOARD ASKS
FOR MORE ASSISTANCE
Roosevelt Warns American People of Danger from
Influx of Japs.-Kidnapper is Conyited.--Persian
Ruler in Danger.
(SI'liCIAL TO THE MAUI NUW8.)
Sugar deg. test ILSG Reels 10s. 3vd.
HONOLULU, May-7. The Hoard of Health is debating on new,. .
lealth regulations and decides that more cooperation between County
and Territorial authorities is necessary.
Hotline's pictures of the Settlement are approved.
Doctor Hays has been appointed government physician at Molo- .
;ai and Doctor Mackall has been placed in charge of the dispensary
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 7.
cate that the deposed Sultan has $5,000,000 deposited in foreign banks.
The Sultan refuses to surrender
TEHERAN, May 7. Revolutionists arc reported to be march
ing on tho city to dethrone the Shah.
PARIS, May 7. Postal and telograph employees have formed an
immense union in defiance of the
WASHINGTON, May 7. Murphy of Missouri has announced
that he will file impeachment process against Judges Phillips and
McPherson of Kansas City. The action is taken in connection with
the two-cent fare law decisions.
NEW YORK, May 7. Roosevelt
clares that if the Japanese government cannot restrict Japanese immi
gration to the United States this country must protect itself against
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7. The
were entertained at a great banquet
MERCER, May (i. Boyle was
bov. The trial lasted less than t wenty-four hours.
HONOLULU. May (5. Bids are
Judge Stanley's son had an arm
from a mango tree.
Puupukea pineapple men will
without middlemen. Haley loft yesterday to arrange for the disposal
of the crop.
HONOLULU, May 5. Mayor
ed as Mother's Day.
Oahu Sugar Co.'s output exceeds the estimate.
Promotion work may be stopped.
TEHERAN, May (. The Shah has proclaimed the constitution;.
WASHINGTON, May (i. Indications are that Congress will not.
adjourn before July 1.
Taft hopes that the new tariff
minuses income tax oxeent as a last
voiv nil a r a Mf i 'IM,.. tiiir.i cn.wi,-,,., ,.f ii, a. n,.: '
fie fleet has arrived and a series of
NAIROBI, May G. Roosovelt
MERCER, May (i. The trial
Whitla boy, has begun.
TOKIO, May 5 Tho steamship Stewart for the Truns-Pucific
service in connection with the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul rail
way interests was launched today.
OAKLAND. May 5. The olliapis and men of the Japanese
squadron are being entertained today.
CONSTANTINOPLE. May ii.
Vizier by the new government.
SAN QUENTIN, May 5. A plot
Gillette has been discovered. It was the plan of a convict serving,
time, the object being to secure a pardon on the return of tho child.
HONOLULU, May 5. A child of head engineer Watertqivn
of Pearl City was mysteriously killed
John McGannon, booked as a
second examination at the hospital.
Blackstadt, tho brakenian who was seriously hurt last week, re
covered consciousness yesterday.
WASHINGTON, May 5.-Minister Lishman cables that small,
pox has broken out in the ravaged district and that an epidemic of,
fever is feared owing to the unburied dead. He appeals for assistance ,
to the red cross.
ADANA, May f. Conservative figures places the number of pern
sons massacred at 35,000 and a like number is homeless.
BUENOS AYRES, May 5.-200,000 men aro on strike. 600 arrests
have been made.
PARIS, May 5. The government and other employees are threaten
ing to renew the great strike. Drastic measures will ho taken.
WASHINGTON, May 5 -Wallman will renow efforts to roach ,the;
polo in July.
FLUSHING, May 5, The mother of Captain Haines testified in
tho murder trial today and collapsed on the stand.
Papers seized at the palace indi-.
the money to the new govern
government. A gigantic strike ii '
in an article in the Outlook.. de
oflicers of the Japanese squadron-
given at the Fairmont Hotel.
convicted of abducting the Width.
asked for the construction of.aj
amputated as a result of a fall
market their product on the. Coaat .
Fern asks that May 9th be obs,e.rv-. '
will provide sufliciont revenue as he-.
entertainments and receptions are
has killed six lions.
of Uoyfe, the kidnapper of the
Hitiii Pasha has been made Grand
to kidnap the son of Govornor
with a shot gun.
drunk, died while undergoing a..
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