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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, i909
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Two Great flames Today and
, Everything is in roadines for tin
great baseball games today and to
' morrow, August 11th and loth, at
Kahului and Wells' Park respect
ively. Both grounds have .reueived
a good deal ot attention anil are now
in better condition than they ever
were. The grand stands have also
received some attention and every
thing possible has been dune for the
comfort of the spectators.
From reports received from the
Big Island it. is evident that the All
Hilo team has been hard at practise
and expect to return home victor
ious. Their lineup is a strong one
and. they have reason to believe their
team to' be invincible.
" . ,By last Wednesday's Claudine the
following lineup was received: All
Hilo Harry Brown, e, 1). Kealoha,
p, Win. Vannatta, 2b, Jos. Teves,
3b, C. B. Lyman, ss, Ghas. Maka
nui, lb, Geo. Todd, cf, Win. Desha,
rf, Cieo. Desha. If, Win. Ahip, Jos.
' Canario and Alec Desha, subs.
The names of some professional
players are seen in the above list
and these with the aid of the other
. players in the team should be a'ble
to put up an excellent game.
Nevertheless the All Maui boys
have much confidence in themselves.
With their second base strengthened
. us also the outfield they feel that
- they could defeat the Vll Hawaii
. team should they meet, again.
Upton and Myers will fornj the
battery for the two games and much
is expected from them. Upton has
been down to work and reports his
arm better than ever. With Myers
handling him heVnul the bat there
' will be a lot of surprized residents
of the Rainy City returning home
Captain (5eo. Cuininings has had
. . his men out every day and is much
, pleased with their showing, Garcia
' at -second is playing in his old form
f aifd the fans win) have watched him
at practise are de-lighted. ,
A large crowd is assured for both
4 games. Tickets have been placed on
sale at various places by manager
Mountcastle anil are selling like hot
, cukes. The purchasing of tickets
- before the games will avoid the crush
at the ticket otlice-and will save
much time. The games will be
Started punctually on the advertised
hour in order to enable the spectat
tors to reach their homes early.
There will be special trains run
from all points for today's game at
Kahului Park. The price of admis
sion will be 2.") cents and 25 cents
extra for seat in the grand stand.
Children, admission 15 cents, grand
stand 10 cents extra,
Tomorrow's game at Wells' Park
will ho attended by the largest crowd
. in'or assembled in Wuiluku, Tickets
aro rapidly selling and the public is
u advised to go early and secure their
scats. The game will begin at .3: 30
p. in. The same prices charged at
Kahului will prevail.
The promoters of these games are
not-in for the money there is in it
hut want to give the public the op
portunity to see the local team in
action against outside teams and
certainly deserve the assistance of
every one who loves our national
gainer and wishes to see good, clean
All the baseball enthusiasts should
turn out and witness these games,
, not only to encourage the home team
hut to show the- visitors that Maui
fans appreciato good sport.
H. E. Savage and Miss Sutton
On Wednesday afternoon a very
pretty wedding took place at the
Kennells, Mrs. Dora von Tenipsky's
Makawao residence, when Mr Henry
E. Savage was married to Miss W.
The bride was given away by Mr.
Alexander MeKihbin and was at
tended by Miss Alexa von Tempsky
as bridesmaid with two sweet little
(lower girls, the Misses Aiken and
White. The groom was supported
by Mr. Steele of Hamakuapoko.
The beautiful Episcopal ceremony
was used and performed by the Rev.
Canon Ault. After the service the
whole party sat down to a very
elaborate wedding breakfast. At 3:30
o'clock the wedding party left, amid
showers of rice, for Kahului where
they took the Claudine for Honolulu
on their way to the Coast, where
their honeymoon is to be spent, and
if the abundance of old shoes and
brooms bespeak happiness then their
life will be indeed a happy one.
Both bride and groom are well
known on Maui and are very popu
lar. The bride has been nursing at
Paia and Sprcckclsville for the past
year and a half. She was one of the
nurses who attended the Hon. 11.
P. Baldwin during his late severe
illness. ' '
The groom is chief chemist at
Puunene Mill and is very popular in
social and tennis circles.
Ainong those present were the
Hon. and Mrs. IT. P. Baldwin, Mrs.
Dowsett, Mr. A. MeKihbin, Mr. and
Mrs. F. F. Baldwin, Mrs. L. von
Tempsky, Miss A rutin vouTenipsky,
Miss Alexa Von Tempsky, Miss
llelejt Sitaulding, Mr. Henry Pogue,
Mr. and Mrs. .!. B. Thomson, Mr.
and MrsMVhitc, Mc. and MrsW.
O. Aiken, Miss Woods, Miss Ander
son, Miss Heusner, Miss Loy, Mr
Steele, Mr. It. von Tempsky.
Celebrated by Principal and
Mrs. C. E. Copeland.
Fifteen years ago last Sunday,
ugust Sth, Mr. and Mrs. Copeland
were married at Delaware, Ohio
They celebrated this event by in
viting some twenty of their Wuiluku
friends to their home on Monday
The guests brought numerous and
sundry packages with them, which
upon being opened were found to he
nothing hut jokes, After every such
crystal present had been disposed
of, the real gift from friends arrived,
and proved to he twj dozen cut glass
The house was beautifully deco
rated for the occasion with ferns,
whito roses, and other cut flowers
After pedro and dominoes had been
enjoyed, Mrs. Copeland served de
licious refreshments. Before leaving
the hospitable home, the friends
wished Mr. and Mrs. Copeland many
future years of happiness.
Those present were: Miss Lida
Cnckard, Judge and Mrs. Selden B.
Kingsbury, Manager and Mrs. H
B. Penhallow, Mr. and Mrs. 1). II.
Case. .Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Wads-
worth, Rev. and Mrs. Pv. B. Dodge,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Nowell, Mrs. Mar
To Meet on Next Tuesday
Those interested ill racing will
meet at the Maui Hotel next Tues
day evening the 17th, and will
change certain of the by laws and
will begin the work that will result
in bringing all of the horses of note
to Maui next fourth .of July and give
Maui first place in racing circles
where her honesty and square deal
ing in the past entitles her to be
Maui is not too far front either Oahu
or Hawaii to attract horsemen while
a trip during the holidays for resi
dents to Maui of those islands should
be as thoroughly enjoyed as is a visit
of residents of Maui to either of our
Maui is to be the racing center of
the territory and next Fourth of
July will sec the best races here that
wc have ever enjoyed.
Rushing Irrigation Scheme
Through in Fast Time.
With eight hundred men at work
the dirt on the new Hamakua ditch
is being made to lly in even better
shape than was anticipated by the
promoters of the big task. Over
10,200 feet of tunnels has been com
pleted in the mountain section alone
and in addition to this 1700 feet of
tunneling in the open country has
been placed out of the way.
In the Kukuihaele section the
open ditch work has been practi
cally completed and tlje concrete
work is being commenced. The new
feature in this line is that all the
concrete will be reinforced with win
mesh, something which has never
been done with the concrete ditch
linnings in this Territory before.
The work on the Paauhaii section
of the job was only started about
six weeks ago but has been pushed
ahead so fast that 3100 feet of the
open ditch has been dug while !)00
feet of the tunneling has been finish
ed. In the Honokaa section but
six miles of the open ditch remains
to be dug.
W. Ci. Irwin, who owns a large
interest in the Paauhau plantation
is now making an inspection trip
over the work and is said to be very
enthusiastic over what is ltcingrimic.
The added water which the work
will bring to Paauhau will mean a
great deal to the future of the plan
Lighthouse Engineer A. Rjehloy
arrived in Wuiluku Monday even
ing with a corps of assistants and
has been at work sinco at tholight-
house at McGregors. Mr. Riehloy
was mot at McGregors Wednesday
by Lieutenant Houston who came
to McGregors on the U. S. L. II
The lighthouse will probably be
removed to higher ground and out
of the dust from the road that so
much interferes with the light now
being seen at a distance. Mr.
Riehloy is having water tanks
erected for the light keeper.
Many Matters of Importance
Before the Board.
The County fathers met in their
rooms Wednesday afternoon. All
of the members were present while
Cnunty Clerk recorded their acts
as provided by law.
After the board was called to
order by Chairman Pogue. County
Clerk Kaae read the minutes of
the previous meeting. The minutes
were approved as read.
D. Quill wrote the board to the
effect that he had purchased four
large mules of the Schunian Car
riage Company fo Honolulu for
$1,000 for the County.
Sheriff Saffory wrotn the board
acknowledging the receipt of a
communication regarding school
The secretary of the Board of
Health wrote that the nccessarv
papers aro being prepared for the
forma! turning over of Malulani
hospital to the County of Maui and
that as soon as these can be prepar
ed the formal turning over of the
propcrtv will be done.
Marton Campbell wrote the
board that he had repeatedly
written Mr. Hose, the Superinten
dent of the Lahaina Wator Works
to turn over the same to the coun
ty of Maui. This has been done
since bv Mr. Hose.
Sister Marianne wrote the board
acknowledging receipt nf communi
cation from the board in regard to
scouring the services of two more
sister- to assist in the work of
mercy now being done by the
sisters at the Malulani Hospital.
Sister Marianne wrote the board
that she bad forwarded the com
munication to her superior ' anil
bad recommended the appointment
of the additional membi-rs to tin
work here. ' j
Sheriff Sul'fery wrote the board
for needed supplies and in reference
to phones hat had been onieicil
put in .the hous- s of certain police
ollicers who had not as yet been
Deputy Sheriff ' Edgar Morton
wrote the board that he and lodge
Guy H. Goodness had assisted an
indigent by advancing money, He
uKo wrote ai-kiug for supplier and
in regard to the recommendation
that one of his telephones be cut
Superintendent W. P 1 lore wrote,
the board enclosing an inventory
of the Labainu Water Works and
requested that the same be signed
by the hoard. The inventory had
been checked up by Mr. W L.
Decoto and found correct and sign
ed by the board.
Superintendent of Public In
struction, W. II, Babbitt, wrote the
hoard rofusing to turn over the
school property to the counties
and referred to Act 100 of tho last
Legislature to justify this course.
The Superintendent took the stand
that while the care and repair and
maintenance is made a part of the
duty of the counties the possession
and custody must remain in the
J. D. Tucker wrote the board
that his ollico would keep the coun
ty ollicials informed of the progress
made in the matter of the exchange
of lands for the stable site.
A communication was received
from Superintendent of Public In
struction, W. II. Babbitt that no
teacher could he furnished for tho
school at Kailua nor anv ad
ditional teachers in any . of the
Continued uext issue.
WAR CLOUD HANGS
OVER THE BALKANS
Clash Between Turkey and Greece. Believed to be
Inevitable-Van Sant Head of Grand Army
Thaw Remanded to Asylum.
KIMiCIAL TO Till; MAUI NI!W6.I
Miuar !Jl deg. test 4.08 Beets lis. -lid.
HONOLULU, August Hi. The St. Louis sailors will go to the
volcano on two days. There will ho 200 there each day. Special rates
nil I bo made.
Vnndals have begun to deface the pali memorial.
Inter Island stocks sold for -fill. Pioneer for .$182.5.
A tourist found a human hand coated with coral at Kakaako.
Professor Dening is to be arrested and held as a witness at the
BERLIN, August K!. Advices from Constantinople indicate that
war with Greece is regarded as unavoidable.
CONSTANTINOPLE, August 13. 'I he Porto declares Umt,,the
Greek note regarding Crete is unsatisfactory and it is believed,.the. an
swer is in" the nature of an ultimatum.
WASHINGTON, August 13.-Chang Yin Kang the ClunesaMinia
tcr to the United States was formerly Chinese Consul General in San
, Wu Ting Fang has been recalled by his government.
MANILA, August lu. -The Board of Inquiry delegated to investi
gate tho Tavan mutiny has demanded the resignations of Captain
Platlra and Lieutenant Dunsworth of the Philippine constabulary '. as
lucking qualifications as oflicers.
The Board also recommended the disimisal of Lieutenant De Blaine
for unjustly punishing a private soldier.
ANNAPOLIS, August 13.-The inquiry as to the, cause of the.jdeath
of Lieutenant, Sutton came to a close yesterday. Doctpr Schaefer,. the
gun shot expert testified that from the character of the wound it kwas
impossible for the young man to have siiot himself.
SALT LAKE CITY, August i; Samuel U. Vansaut, formerly
governor of Minnesota, was olectcd head of the Grand Army today.
Mrs. Jennie Berry of Iowa was elected heiuof the womans corps.
BjiKING, August1 1!. China in a note to the powers issued ,yes
terday says that Japan is seeking an excuse for unjustiahle aggression
LOS ANGELES, August Hi. San Pedro and Los Angeles have
voted to consolidate.
' NEW YOUK, August II!. Judge Mills, has decided that. Hirry
Thaw is criminally iitr-uno and has remanded him to the Asylum.
HONOLULU. August 12 Editor K. Yokogawa of Wailuku .was
bailed out and immediately rearrested on a second charge and dodged
HONOLULU, AtiguSi 11. The cruiser St. Louis leaves here Sun-
lav for Hilo. She is due theie Sunday eveniim. She will leave there
Wednesday for San Francisco.
No warr-ints have-been i.-sue'd
Juror Yuriek was given ninety
Schwerin is heie. He says the
Mike II. De Young and party arrived here this, morning. '
The Governor has advices 'hat the revenue nutter Thetis will be
here on her return from the Arctic.
WASHINGTON, August 12 It is rumored that Seth Lp,w, v?jll
succeed Whilelaw Ueid as Minister to the Court of St, .james,
ST. LAKE, August 12. One. hundred children and 20 veterans were
overcome by beat during the parade of the grand army.
CITY OF MEXICO. August 12. An epidemic, of small pox bus
broken out on the border of Mexico and Guatemala, The conditions
BEVEHLEY,' August 12.- Ambassador Ohrien had a long con
ference with tho President yesterday.
MANILA, August 12. Louis Grant, once the manager of the
Hilo Electric Light Co., is under arrest here for complicity in opium
CHICAGO, August 11. Johnson has signed articles to fight
MADRID, August 11. Spain has refused the offer of Morocco to
establish peace pn tho Riff Coast on the grounds that the guarantee
SPOKANE, August 11. A resolution was passed by tho National
Irrigation Congress asking that 5,000,000,000 worth of boiulB be is
sued for tho purposes of irrigation, reclamation and tho preservation of
HONOLULU, August 11. Juior Yarriek wa again drunk in the
jury box. He was dismissed as a juror by Judge De Bo)t and told
never to bo seen in tho building again.
Stuck able is aftor smugglers on board the St. Louis. The. matter
is in the hands of District Attorney Brcckons who pxpects to arrest
some of till- ollicers and men.
Stocks are advancing as a result of the settlement of the strike.
Deputy Auditor Meyers says
for the smuggling oflicers or sailors.
days on the reef to enable him to
Pacific mail steamers tnav be with
ho is consideing resigning hjs posi