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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 10, J 909
Tile prices at the Pioneer Store are
Mrs. Hickey of Kaluihii went to Hono
Father Justin is down on a visit from
Makawao this week.
Billy Lucas returned from Hilo'by the
The antos and hacks did a rushing 1ms
i net's during the holidays.
The Claudine was very late arriving
from Hana Wednesday evening.
Supervisor W. P. Haia came over from
Hana Wednesday by the Claudine.
Deputy Sheriff E, K. Duvauchelle of
Molokai was in Wailuku this week.
J. Vincent, the Waiakoa school teach
er, went to the metropolis this week.
Louis von Tempsky was an incoming
passenger by the Claudine Wednesday.
Miss Matilda Hansen of Puunene
went to Honolulu on a visit Wednesday.
The two-seated Ford auto of the Maui
Auto Co. is making good as a passenger
Miss Mosscr of Paia left on the Clau
dine for Honolulu where she expects to
take a boat for Japan.
The Pioneer Store has just received a
large consignment of dry goods, groceries
and kitchen Utensils.
The Misses Stella and Dorothy Hoogs,
who have been visiting Miss Cleo Case,
returned to Honolulu Wednesday.
Honolulu Phtoo-Supply Co. has cut the
price for developing and printing on sev
eral sizes of films. See ad in this issue.
Delegate to Congress Kuhio Kalania
naole was one of the returning passengers
TTOrv tliA PhillllitIP WVfliipsdav.
John Bunker, a former resident of
Waihee, came up Saturday from Hono
lulu and returned Wednesday to the met
ropolis. J. A. Oilman has been on Maui for
some time combining business with
pleasure. He returned to Honolulu Wed
nesday. Tommy Tatterson is again out of the
Malulani Hospital after a confinement
there of three months with inflamatory
The amount of sugar produced in Cuba
up to May I, was 1,150,000 tons, with a
further production of 200,000 or 250,000
tons in sight.
John Marcallino, clerk of Judge Robin
son's court in Honolulu, spent the 4th of
July on Maui, returning by the Mauna
Kea Monday night.
Miss Hornbergerof Amador. California,
is visiting Mrs. D. H. Davis. She is a
te'acher of several years experience in the
public schools of California.
George Henshall has again been ap
pointed correspondent for the Associated
Press in this Territory. He is the best
man the A. P. ever had in the islands.
There will be the usual services in the
Church of the Good Shepherd tomorrow
morning: Holy Communion at 7 a. 111.,
Sunday School at 10 a. 111., Matins at 11
The Women's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its regular
business meeting on the afternoon of
Tuesday, July 13, at the Rectory, Wai
Mr. Robert Law of Lahaina is in Wai
luku for a few clays with his daughter,
Miss Law, who is visiting her father dur
ing the summer vacation. Miss Law is
the guest of Mrs. Dodge.
Sailor Roberts of the U. S. S. Iroquois
is anxious to come to Maui for a wrestling
match with any local man who may de
sire to meet him. He wishes to have the
date forthe bout in August.
A glass front of an auto lamp was lost
between the Maui Hotel and the Iao Val
ley bridge below Kapaniwai on Monday
evening of this week. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving the same at
Mrs. Streubeck and Miss Anna Streu-
beck were passengers to the metropolis
this week. They will join Mr. Streubeck
there. Mr. Streubeck is recovering from
an operation he underwent at the liospi
tal in Honolulu.
The Laniuma Quintet Club gave
dance at the Town Hall Friday evening
Tbu dance was well attended and much
e.lioyed. The fire alarm took many from
the' dance and detracted much from the
enjoyment of the evening.
Messrs. Roberts, Wilson and Paschall
teachers at Lahainaluna school, are mak
ing a tour on foot around the Island of
Maui. They reached Wailuku in two
days via Houukohau. On Friday they
went to Makawao, and Saturday will
make the trip to Haleakala.
Henry Bissen Lewis has returned from
Hawaii where he was engaged by Colonel
Saui Parker for a short time to drive the
Colonel over the big island. Lewis will
now be in the employ of the Maui Auto
Co. He is acknowledged to 1 as good
as the best driver of autos in Houolulu
County Attorney J. L. Coke left Wai
luku for Lahaina Tuesday after eight
'clock in the new Ford auto of the Maui
Auto Company. He disposed of six crim
inal cases before Court there and was
back at the Maui Hotel by 12:30 o'clock
noon of the same day. Boh Lillis was at
Senator Dillingham, chairman of the
Immigration Commission, and W. R.
Wheeler, one of its metntiers, have been
instructed to visit this Territory next
September to investigate labor conditions
here not only with relation to the Japa
nese but to study the immigration ques
tion in general.
The Porto Ricans now on the way to
these islands as plantation laborers are
not being brought here by the Territorial
Board of Immigration. The Board, how
ever, will bring back to the islands the
200 Spaniards and Porto Ricans who were
destitute in San Francisco, this being
done upon intimation from the Federal
Today is the 400th anniversary of the
birth of John Calvin, one cf the world's
greatest men. Tomorrow evening at the
Union Church Rev. Mr. Dodge will speak
upon the life and influence of this great
reformer. The recently appointed music
committee of the church has been pre
paring the music for the evening's ser
vice. Rev. Curtis K. Shields and Mrs. Shields
will leave Hilo on Friday, July 9, for Ho
nolulu on their way home to Ohio. Rev.
A. Drahms, who succeeds Mr. Shields, is
not expected here before August, arriving
in Honolulu by the Hilouian on August
In the meantime the First Foreign
Church will be closed to receive a
thorough renovating and overhauling.
R. O. Matheson.of the Advertiser staff,
has been appointed by Secretary R. A.
Mott-Smith as chief clerk in his office to
succeed D. L. Conkling, recently appoint
ed Treasurer of the Terrtiory. Mr. Mathe
son has been in the Territory five or six
years, most of the time, in the employ of
the Advertiser. He is a Canadian but has
taken out first papers for naturalization.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin of Wailuku, Maui,
sells the Inner Player Piano, now so ex
tensively advertised in the magazines.
If you want a piano of any style or price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
When in the Rast last Spring Mr. Lufkin
renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers with whom he had done
business before coming to these islands.
It will be to your interest to ring up Mr.
Lufkin if you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Inner Player can be seen in
Wailuku by ci Uing on Mr. Lufkin.
Former Chief Clerk Lloyd Conkling,
when summoned to Honolulu to become
Treasurer of the Territory, was making a
trip round the island of Hawaii, issuing
certificates ol birth to Japanese children.
On Maui 300 certificates were issued to
those Japanese who applied for them,
and 60 were issued in Kau, Chief Conk
ling expecting to have at least 400 appli
cations 011 this island. Under a new law
the Japanese are entitled to these certifi
cates, and Mr. Conkling discovered that
the reason why they get them is not for
the purpose of becoming American citi
zens but to enable them to return to the
United States after visiting the Orient.
Best Known Hack
Driver is Dead.
Hans Amundsen who has prob
ably the widest known hack driver
of Maur.lie.1 at his home in Wai
luku on Thursday morning of
tuberculosis-. He had been very
low for some time and his death
Amundsen was a Norwegian by
birth and came to Maui as a con
tract laborer in the early eighties.
He engaged in the hack and dray
business many years ago and was
one of the most popular men of
the islands of that class. He was
until recently the owner of the
He leaves a wife but no children
The funeral t.4k place Thursday
evening. It was largely attended
CARD OH THANKS.
Hana, Maui, July 6, 1909,
I wish to thank all the kind friends
from Lahaina, '.Honolulu, Kahului, Wai
luku, Puunene, I'aia, and Hamakuapoko
that contributed and assisted towards
making our Fair here at Hana a success,
It will take me some little time to get
over the surprize. f 1,250.00. Just think
of it from a little village congregation.
REV. FATHER FRANCIS
Wanted: Young Cockerels
All-Hawaii Bunch Captures
Last Saturday morning bright and
early the steamer Claudine arrived
in Kahului lmrlor from Honolulu
with the All-Hawaii baseball team
on lioard. The bunch was imme
diately landed and took quarters at
the Kahului Club House, where they
prepared themselves to spend a few-
During the day until time for the
baseball game to ltcgin they took in
the sights, many of them spending
the day at the raee track.
V large crowd greeted them at the
Kahului grounds an hour before the
game began. Never was there such
a crowd in the new park, but they
all found places from which to take
in the game. Manager Mountcastle
of the Maui team had prepared ex
tra benches on the grand stand and
alongside the diamond. Everyltody
being in good mood were ready to
witness a struggle but they were dis
appointed inasmuch as the All-Maui
bunch had a stroke of stage-fright
and were in the air most of the time-
Tlie game started a little after
'our o'clock with Jits. Hattie of Ka
hului and John Marcallino of Hono
lulu holding down the jobs of um
piring. The lineup of the teams was as
All-Hawaii En Sue, If., Jimmy
Williams, 21)., John Williams, oh.,
p., Barney Joy, p., if., Lemon, ss.,
tieo. Bruns, lb., S- Chillingworth,
rf., 3b., Jack Kia, cf., Louis Soares,
All-Maui Bailey, 8b., Walker,
cf., Myers, c, Ayau, ss., D. A rein,
f., Cummings, 2b., Morris, rf., Bal,
lb., W. Espinda, p.
When the game ended the score
stood 10 to 3 in favor of the visitors.
Sunday afternoon's game was a
much lietter one and for a while it
ooked like the All-Hawaii would
The first inning brought no tally
to either team, but in the last half
of the second inning, after two
hands were down, Cunimings made
a hit and Pedro advances him to
third. Bid hits safe to center garden
and Cummings scores- Pedro is
caught trying to steal home on a
throw to centerfield.
There was no further scoring un
til the sixth inning, when En Sue
got first base on a hit. In attempt
ing to steal second he is interfered
with by Cummings on the line and
is allowed to hold second. Jimmy
Williams hits past second bag and
advances En Sue. Johnny Williams
hits safe to center garden and En
Sue scores. Joy flies out to right.
Icmoii is fanned out. Bruns lined
a hot one over second scoring Jim
and John Williams. Chillingworth
makes a two-bagger and limns tal
lies the fourth run. Chillingworth
is caught trying to steal third.
The game ended with the score
4 to 1 in favor of the All-Hawaii
team. The summary of the game
mi Sll ho A
En Sue, If 3
J. A. Williams, 2b....4
Jno. Williams, p 4
Barney Joy, rf 3
Dude Lemom, ss 4
Geo. Ilruns, lb 4
S. Chillingworth, 3I..4
Jack Kia, cf...... 3
L. Soares, c 4
Totals 33 4 6 o 27 iH 1
AB R llll Sll HO A V,
llailey, 3b 4 010230
Walker, cf 4 000100
Myers, c 4 010700
Ayau, ss 4 001330
Arcia, If 4 o II 000
Cuiiuuings, 2I1 3 1 10030
Pedro, rf ..2 020000
Espinda, rf 1 000200
Hal, lb 3 o 1 o 12 o o
Upton, p 3 00003 1
32. 1 72 27 12 1
Stolen Bases En Sue, Arcia.
Two-base hits Urmia, Chillingworth,
Entertains Guests Thursday
The past week bus been one of
social enjoyment but it is doubtful
if any thing has been given that was
more thoroughly enjoyed than the
monthly entertainment of the Kahu
lui Social Club which this month
was gotten up by James Hattie of
the Kahului Hailroad Company's
The programme consisted of vocal
and instrumental selections Itet ween
Excellent music was furnished.
Miss Nancy Daniels sang a selection,
that was well received. Robert Burns
played the xither and was encored
at the end of each selection while
Mr. G. B. Schradcr received much
applause after rendering a piano
The next entertainment will be
in charge or Mrs. Sparks and Mrs.
About Fifty People
Spend Fourth on Maui.
Sunday morning about half-past'
nine o'clock the steamer Mokolii
with nUttit fifty I toys on lioard ar
rived at Kahului from Honolulu,
which xrt they left the day previous
at 4 p. m.
Notwithstanding the trip, which
was anything but pleasant, accord
ing to statements made by several of
them, the boys felt bright and hap
py, and after getting a cleaning up
at the Kahului Club House, pro
ceeded to take in the sights around
The local livery antos were kept
on the jump until the game 'of base
ball started at Wells' Park, which
the Ikij's took in, not only to see the
All-Maui aggregation in action, but
to root their fellow townsmen to
After the game a nuniltcr of them
were entertained at dinnerat various
private residences. About half-past
ten the same evening the first boat
load left the Kahului wharf for the
steamer and a little before twelve
the last bunch went aboard. Short
ly after they were on their way to
Kaunakakai where they spent the
whole day Monday. They left for
home the same night arriving there
early Tuesday morning.
Several ltoys who came up on the
Mokolii had severe attacks of mal-
e-mer and refused to return on the
Mokolii. They took the Mauna Kea
on Monday night.
Haseson bulls Off Williams 1, Uplon 2
Struck out By Williams 2, Upton 4.
Umpires J. Hattie, M. Keoliokaloh.
Scorer G. B. Schradcr.
Time of game 1 hr. 2,s mi 11.
The visitors were very much grat
ified at the large crowd of scctators
at both games, and from their ex
pressions it is evident that they will
visit Maui in the future and treat
the local fans to some more classic
Sunday evening a dinner was
given by the visitors at the Kahului
Club House. The same evening a
number of the players took the
steamer Mokolii fur Molokai where
they spent Monday, arriving in Ho
nolulu Tuesday morning.
The other players sjient Monday
seeing the beauty sKts of Maui and
sailed for Honolulu by way of Mc
Gregors on the Mauna Kea on Mon
It was a happy and pleasant bunch
and all have a good work for the
hospitality of the Maui fans. They
all feel that Maui is the place on
which to spend the Glorious Fourth
and there is no doubt that they will
return next Fourth with a larger
following. So much for good sMrt.
Dtt. J. J. CAREY
,Jtlice, S c h r a d e r Block
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
. At Kahului
Larsrc Crowd Attends the
The twenty-third annual meet of The Nippu Jiji, through its col
the Maui Pacing Association was ' U'""-'. 's i" nagging at Consul
held at Spreckels Park, Kahului,
last Saturday. The races, although
not fast, were well run and honestly
conducted, and that helps the sport
more than anything else.
In the fifth race Euradius was
ruled ofT the track by the Judges for
stopping at quarter mile and turn
The Judges for the occasion were
Jas. Kirkland, J. Vasconcellos, and
(ico. Weight and the starters were
I). Quill and Angus MePhce.
he first raee run was a 1(.H yards
dash foot race. En Sue of Hono
lulu was matched anainst Philin
Espinda of Lahaina. The former
won handily in 11 seconds.
An attempt was made to start the
second race and after trying for over
half an hour the attempt was given
up and the horses returned to the
stables to be started later on.
The next Ya'cc called was a one
mile dash, trotting and pacing,
three minute class. Paia Girl I'm
For You and Sloppy Weather were
entered. The first named with 1).
H. Davis driving won easily.
Then came the third race between
Elko and Euradius ami the latter
won in " seconds, the distance be
ing a half-mile.
The first heat of the sixth raee
was then called. Abdine, McKinlcy
and Go Some started imd Abdine
won handily in 8.27 8-0. McKinlcy
proved a traveller but could not be
kept on his feet. ' The second heat
was also won by Abdine in 8.81 l-o
with (Jo Some second.
Another effort was made to start
the second race on the program, and
this time the attempt proved suc
cessful. Elko, Euradius and Defen
der, the old favorite, entered the
this race which was for a half mile.
Elko jfroved too much for the old
black horse and won in ol 2-"i.
The cowboy relay race, one and
one half miles dash, horses, saddles
and bridles to lie changed every half
mile, was then called and the en
tries were teams from Grove Bunch,
P. (ickct t, "M. Faustino, L. von
Tempsky ami ('has. Ako. Grove
Banch won out in 8.4-". There were
a few minor accidents in this race.
L. von Tempsky's rider was thrown
off his horse but picked himself up
quickly and tried to mount another
horse but was greatly handicapped.
M. Faustino in dismounting a horse
fell and hurt his leg.
The next race was the fifth, a half
mile dash, horses to lie owned bv
Japanese. Elko, Defender ami
Euradius were again up and Elko
won in seconds. In this race the
Judges noticed Euradius to be pull
ing up ami stop at the quarter and
and turn back to the start and the
horse was barred from till other races
that day. The decision of the Judges
was well received by all present.
The eighth race was a half mile
dash for mules. There were seven
entries and the old veteran Piiholo
won out in 1 Oil l-" with North Pole
a close second and Poni Moi follow
The next called was the tenth race
as the ninth had been declared off,
there not lieing sufficient entries.
Don, Mokihana and Grey Irg ran
in this race which was a half mile
for ponies 1 1. 2 and under. 'Don won
in ")() Second, followed closely by
Mokihana, w hich was ridden by a
Imy U or 10 years old.
The judges then called for the
seven tn race, wlncli was a three
fourths mile dash, free for all. De
fender, Elko and Euradius were en
tered but as Euradius had Urn
i tarred for the rest of the' day, De
fender and Elko ran, and the latter
won in 1 .2d.
The next run was a three-eighths
mile dash. Francis Hobrou, I'ranus
and Don were entered, and was won
I by Francis. Jlubron in 41 second.'.
; After Uyeno
! Thinks Consul Should Svnv
pathize With If.
General Fyeno. It attacks him lie
cause its editor, Y. Soga, and his
assistants were not invited to Ad
miral Ijichi's dinner given on hoard
the flagship ,Sya in honor of Consul
General I'yeno and other prominent
The Jiji goes further and criticizes
the action of the consul in riding
through the streets in his private
Beside registering births and
leaths of Japanese in the islands, it
says that the Consul should not run
about for the Itencfit of the Hawaii
an planters. It further advises the
Consul not to follow blindlv the ad
vice of the "planters' dou-s."
Abdine and McKinlcy were again
matched for half mile heats, !cst 2
in 8, for members of the Association.
Abdine won the first and second
heats in 1.48 and 1.51 resjtcetivcly.
McKinlcy could not be made to stay
on his feet at all.
The last event of the day was a
quarter mile dash, for Hawaiian
breils. Elko, Francis Hobrou and
Don were entered. Elko won by 11
length in 2(! 1-5 seconds.
The crowd then dispersed, some
to their hoiiies, but the majority to
the baseball game which was played
at Kahului park at 4. p. m.
The races run by the Maui Racing
Association have always been honest
ly conducted and never has there
Ih'cii any tricky work done. There
is no reason why next year, with
proper purses offi red and an extra
effort made, Honolulu owners could
not be induced to bring their horses
here and jnake Maui the racing cen
ter of lhe Territory, where clean
sport has always lieen the motto.
Will Give n
Musical Concert and Dance
At Puunene Club House
July 17th, 11)09.
Admission 50 cts.
Don't fail to be there
Tire Vulcanizing. Auto Repairing.
Our prices are right and
our work is guaranteed.
The Green Flyer
The most Popular Car
on the Island.
Call up Lindsey's Garage, Kahului.
ALOHA LOIX-t: NO. l KNIGHTS
Kejiuiar im-etiiiL'S will In.- lu-ld ni lhe
Knighta of Pythias Hall, Wailuku. on the
second and fourth Saturdays of i-ach
All visitinir iu!il.,rs are conliallv in.
vitcil to attend.
WM. Al'I.T. C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
LODGl: MAUI, So. 084, A. F. & A. M.
Slated ineeiint's will lie lielil at
Mus tnic Il.vil, Kahului. on t lie first
Saturday nii.'1'l of eaeli month ut 7. SO
VisiiiiiL' brethren are conliallv in
vited to ut lend.
C. E. COl'EI.AND U. M.
' f- Secretary.
Do not throw away your
old hooks. Send thorn to
the Maui liihlihing Co.,
Printers and Hook-binders.