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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1909
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
Fans Give Hiloites -Time of
Once again tho baseball enthus
iasts of Central Maui have shown
that they appreciate good sport xmil
that tliey can lie relied upon to do
the right thing by a hunch of visit
The All Hilo baseball team arrived
on Maui by last Friday night's trip
of the Mauna Kea, were received by
representatives of the local athletic,
associations at McGregor's Landing
and escorted to the Maui Hotel where
they stayed while hero.
The bunch was made up of the
following players: C. 15. Lyman,
Geo. Dosha, Win. Desha, A. Desha,
Chas. Makanui, D. Kealoha, Joe
Teves, Win. Ahip, Ant. Rodrigues,
Harry Brown, Geo. L. Todd, Jos. S.
Canario. Mrs. C. B. Lyman aecom
' panied nor husband, and Stephen
Desha came along in the capacity of
rooter and general good fellow.
Saturday afternoon they crossed
bats with the All Maui team for the
, first time at the Kahului Athletic
Association grounds. It was a battle
between pitchers from start to finish
and, the Hiloites won out by a score
of -1 to 2, having made eight hits oft'
tho All Maui t wirier.
There was a large attendance at
this game and although at the be
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ginning the visitors had lew sup
porters at the end of the game they
appeared to have; the whole crowd
rooting for them.
Saturday evening the visitors
spent at the Harvest Home dance at
the Puunene Club, House, having
received invitations upon arrival.
That they spent an enjoyable even
ing goes withoift saying.
The second game was played at
Wells Park in Wailuku on Sunday
afternoon. A large attendance' was
present and enjoyed the game up to
the ending of the eighth inning when
the wind made things uncomfortable
for. spectators and players.
Clouds of dust gathered in an ad
joining plowed cane field and swept
across the diamond on to the grand
stand and in a few minutes the
whole attendance looked as if they
were prepared to enter an antiques
and horribles parade.
This game looked like an easy
victory for tho Maui team, who up
to" the ninth inning had 7 runs to
the Hilo's !5, In -the ninth inning
, the' Hiloites, assisted by the dust,
did things. After two hands were
down they managed to make three
hits and scored four runs, tying the
The wind continued to blow more
real estate than was good for the
health of players and spectators and
it was decided to play the gamo over
the next afternoon.
It was an unluclcy move, no
doubt, for tho Hilo team. Thoy ap
peared strong on the field and every
thing pointed to an easy victory,
but Dame Fortune. would have her
way and at the end of the ninth in
ning the Maui bunch had scored six
runs while tho visitors failed to tally,
although they made hits oft W
Kspinda, pitcher of the local team.
' The following is a summary of
tho last game. Luck of space does
not permit publishing the summar
ies of the first two games.
All K SH I'O A R
layman, ss 4 02 o" 5 1
G. Desha, If 3 01 1 .10
V. Desha, cf 4 01 1 10
Kealoha, j)-c 4 00 o 12
Makanui, lb 4 u 1 o 8 1
Teves, 3b 4 01 o 12
Ah Hip, rf 3 00 o 10
Rodrigues, p 3 00003
'Brown, c o 00020
A. Desha, 2b 3 o 1 o 1 2
Party will Land in Hanaand
Plans nr being formulated for
the entertainment of the Con
gressional party to arrive in Hono
lulu on August 30th and on Maui
'1 he following letters received
from the Secretary of the Oahu
committee and (he tentative itiner
ary mapped out will be of service
as a guide but from this a number
of changes will be made.
Honolulu, T. 11., August 17, 15)09.
II. P. Raldwin, Ehi.,
By direction of Mr. Mott-Smith,
Secretary of tho General Commit
tee for the entertainment of the
Congressional Partv, I am inclos
ing a copy of the tentative plan
prepared by the Committee, for
your information. The matter has
already, been laid before Senator
Kahuna and Representative Nawa
hine, but as yet no replies to the
suggestions have been rteeived nor
any information as to what the
people of Maui desire.
Both Hawaii and Kauai have
answered and on both those Islands
the preparations for the reception
and entertainment of the Congress
men are well under way.
Inclosed is a cop' of a letter sent
to Mr. Nawahine at Wailuku. "I
suggest that" you get in touch with
him if convenient. The Kauai
ommittee writes the General Com
mittee that'thc County there will
act as host. For the expenses of
the Hawaii trip the General Com
mittee has appropriated $1,000.
ThW is to include the cost of in
land transportation, expenses at
the Volcano Houc, etc. All bills
for steamship transportation uil!
be paid from heio. As you will
note on the last pace of the
minutes inclined the General Com
mittee feels that it is not desirable
that Inaus be prepared- for the
Very truly yours,
It. 0. MATIIESON,
Assistant Soorotarv, General
(Continued on IMge 2.)
Ali R nil SH I'O A fi
Ilailey, 3b 3 10 o 13
Ayau, ss 400 1 141
Cuuimings, cf 4 12 o 300
Robinson 2b 3 11 0401
English rf 2 10 1 100
Kspinda, If 3 1 o o 1 00
Hal, ib 4 13 o 900
Clement, c 4 00 o 700
V, Kspinda, p...,...4 02 o 010
Totals 31 6 8 2 27 8 2
Stolen liases G. Desha, 1; English, 1.
Two base hits ,yuiau, Hal.
liases on balls Off Rodrigues, 5; Off
Strupk out By Rodrigues, 1 ; Kealoha,
2; Kspinda, 5.
Passed balls -Kealoha, 2.
Time of game 1 hour, 45 minutes.
Umpires Hattic and Keohokalole.
2 3 4 S
2 3 4 5.6
Monday evening the players of the
two teams and several friends were
given a luati at the home of Super
visor T. B. Lyons. Tho assembly
was a jolly one and after several
innings of eating and speechmaking
tho whole attendance adjourned to
the Wailuku Town Hall, where they
enjoyed themselves dancing to music
Will Bring Hundreds of Peo
ple Abotil September.
Honolulu, August. 1(1. Accord
ing to the ollicers of the S. S- Ala
meda the accommodations for peo
ple coming to Honolulu from the
coast will be crowded to the limit
for the next few week's. It seems
that, so many people have booked to
come down from San Francisco to
Hawaii by the Alameda on her next
trip that with three in each state
room, the ship has more wishing to
came than she can- carry. The same
condition is true of the Lurline,
which sails at about the same time,
and of the Siberia, which arrives
here on August 150.
The rush is due to the increase in
the tourist tratlic to some degree,
but also to the great number of local
people who are on the Coast and
who wish to return about the first
week in September. Among these
nro many scbool teachers who have
to be back here for their work, but
who wish to make the most of their
trips ami stay on the mainland as
long as possible. Between the three
steamers there should bean increase
of several hundred in the local popu
lation within a week's time.
In addition to this it is stated
that the bookings for the months of
September and October are nearly
double those of last year at this date.
Everything points to a great num
ber of visitors to Honolulu during
the coining months and it seems
likely that the hotels will havchard
work to accomodate all who have
planned visits here.
The Bulletin of August Kith has
a story about Post otlice Inspector
Hare coasting from Puunene to Hai
ku on a ilat ear. This is the first
time we have ever heard of any on
coasting up hill We concede that
the experience, niu-t have been ex
citing as there is no railroad track
to Haiku as Maliko gulch which lies
between the two place is loo for
midable. If Mr. Hare's feat has been
correctly reported it deserves to go
down in history along with the walk
upon the waters.
furnished by the Laniuina Quintet
Club led by Carl F. Rose, until the
wee sina' hours of the morning.
Tuesday the boys spent taking in
the sights in and around Wailuku;
some going as far as Lahaina am
At six o'clock in the evening the
team, accompanied by representa
tives of the local athletic associations
left "Wailuku for McGregors Landing
in Maui Auto Co s automobiles. At
tho landing there were a number of
Mauiites who cheered the visitors as
they left in boats to board the Man
na Kea. Joe Teves and Jos. Canario
stayed over and took the Claudine
to Honolulu from whence they will
return to Hilo.
The Hilo aggregation one and all
praise in tho highest terms the fans
of Maui for the enjoyable time ac
corded them during their stay here
On the other hand the local fan
feel that they have only done their"
due to a bunch of good, clean sports
as were the Hilo boys. They were
ji gentlemanly lot and are spoken
of by everyone who met and saw
them. The local fair sex thinks
and many have expressed themselves
in words, that this was the nicest
looking bunch of young men ov
landed here. Hero's hoping we may
hear from them again.
he Annual Meet Thorougl
The harvest home festivities of the
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Company for the year 1900 given at
'tuineno by the management and
the employees of the plantation is
one to be long remember.
From the first Harvest
given a number of years ago, when
Hon. II. P Baldwin was manager
of the plantation the residents of
Maui have looked forward to the
Harvest Home as one of the most
pleasant social functions of the year
ind each year seems to bring an
improvement over the proceeding
Invitations by the hundred were
sent out to the best people of the
island and many were issued to re
sidents of other islands and a few to
(hose who are here for a short time
only. All who could took advant
age of the opportunity and were
present. Free .transportation was
furnished at the expense of the en
tertainers and on arrival at the
tennis court of the Puunene Athletic
ssociation were made welcome.
Tin' day was given up to tennis.
The best tennis players of Honolulu
with one exception. Will Roth,
were all there and were matched
against Maui's best players.
The playing was brilliant and ex
citing from the first. The Maui
mem hers probably never played
better than they did this year but
their opponents were the best that
has yet been on Maui and won by a
A. short intermission was declared
it noon in order to give time for the
serving of an excellent bullet lunch
which had been prepared under the
lirection of W. Loiigher and which
was a credit to his skill in this line.
There were all manner of good
things fried chicken, sandwiches,
salads, cake, iced punch and cold
dishes galore were served by a corps
of competent waiters. Arrangements
had been made to accommodate
seven Hundred guests. it was a
most delightful interlude, the Lani
uina Quintet Club playing appro
priate selections throughout
The following is the score by
Halloa and l'.'ge 3
Steero and Hemeinvay 15
Cuuha and Warren 17
Cooke and Gee 18
liockus and Waterhoimu 8
Low ami Anderson iS
Thompson and 1 li.ildwiu lS
I.ougher and Walsh 10
Nowell and Myers..,., 13
Poster and Collins 2
Miller and Rosecrans 18
Lindsay and Turner 9
In the evening a dance wits en
joyed at the Puunene Club House.
The dancing hall was tastefully de
corated and the floor in excellent
condition. At 1 1:150 o'clock the
many guests from Honolulu took
the train for Kahului where they
took the steamer for Honolulu.
The day was a most enjoyable one
and will be long remembered as one
of the most pleasant of the season.
Frank A. Lufkin left by the Mi
kahala Saturday night for Honolulu
and took the steamer there for Vic
toria on his way back to school. II c
was iiccmtimiiicil ns fnrim I limnliiln
by his father C. D. Lufkin of theus a rL'8ult of ,IL'al at McAllister.
"First National Bank. in the shade.
SELL LAND TO
s M. H. De Young-Conspirators Will be Sen
tenced Today-Chas. M. Cooke Again Stricken
Pacific Mail Will Give Better Service.
il'IJCIAL TO TIIK ,AU1 .NliWtf.l
Sugar fl(S (leg. test 4.11 Beets lis. Gd
HONOLULU, August 20.-Chas. M. Cooke suffered 11 second stroke
of paralysis yesterday. His condition was slightly better at mid
night. M. II. Do Young in a speech before the Chamber of Commerce
yesterday advised the sale of government land and inviting cotton
growers from the South.
The sentence of the conspirators has been postponed until Satur
day. Sehwerin promises better service on the Pacific Mail boats.
Automatic service will be installed by the Mutual Telephone Co.
inside of three months.
Albert Wiseman, a section Luna at Waipahu was killed by a horse
falling on him.
The Hilo R. R. bonds sold at par yesterday. Waialua brought
Tho Federal jury is discharged.
CONSTANTINOPLE, August 20. At Canon the populace has re
hoisted the Greek flag. 'The Turkish licet has concentrated near Crete.
The powers have counselled the Porte to go slow.
CITY OF MEXICO, august 20. Much unrest is felt in several
states of the republic. The government organ wains the people that
revolution is impossible in Mexico and that rapid fire guns would
quickly restore order.
WEST POINT, August 20. President Ta ft ha-ordered ' the' dis
missal of seven cadets who have been convicted of hazinuNcoung Sutton1
whose brother was shot at Annapolis.
NEW YORK. August 20 Wiight will sue the Aeronatical
Society for infringement of the Curtbs Aeroplane. The suit is ' im
portant in its bearing on aereal navigation.
PARIS, August 20. It is reported that Wellnian has left Spitz
burgeil for the Pole.
HONOLULU. August 1!). Sam Parker has divided his holdings
in the Paiker CoiiM)lidat"d Irrigation Company among his sons,
daughter, and sister.
Citizens are urged to entertain congressmen at their homes.
The re-examination of lepers hereafter will take place at Kalau
'The bids for the Knla pipe line were opened yesterday. Honolulu '
Iron Works bid for galvanized pipe the- lowest.
M. II. J)e Young asked permission to' enter the Rishop Museum be
fore Saturday and was told to await tin judgement of the trustee. He
has received no answer to his request.
HONOLULU, August IS Willie Vida, Kekipi, George Kaea and
Apolina were lined $2f0 each for gambling.
The Japanese eonVpiralus may ge a maximum penalty of one
The eont of maintenance of city animals is but five cents a day.
Mis. Atcherly demands the arrest of Doctor Peterson. She charges
him with poisoning her husb uid.
Judge De Holt is again tlueateiied by an annuymou letter writer.
WASHINGTON', August 18. Brant1 is the lowest bidder for tho
Kansas and the Wyoming dreadnnughts.
CANEA CRETE, August IS, War vessels of four of the- powers
landed a combined force and hauled down the-Greek flag (lying1 from
tho fortress. No resestanee was offered,
SAN FRANCISCO, August 18 Honey Is not a contestant for the
nomination for the County Attorneyship on the Republican ticket. He
will probably bo the democratic candidate.
WASHINGTON, August 19.
conclusion that Sutton came'to his
His mother threatens to take the
SAN FRANCISCO, August
democrats. Fickart was nominated bv tho republicans and labor
NI5W YORK, August 19 Private Parrott of the 10th Regiment
National Guard of Now York has started on a transcontinental trip.
He is bearing a message from General Wood to General Weston.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 18 All indications point to Honey's
defeat for the nomination as District Attorney. Fickert has probably
secured the nomination on all three tickets. Honey's name was written
on tho ballots.
Crocker, Roland, McCarthy, have probably received the nomi
nations on tho Republican, Democratic and Labor tickets respectively
CANEA, CRE'TU, August 18. The Consuls representing the
powers have notified the government that the Greek flag will bo
hauled down today and have warned the authorities not to interfere'.
The government appeals to the populace to avoid demonstration.
PARIS, August 18. Ilarriman arrived here much improved in
KANSAS CITY, August 18.
'The naval Court has come to the
death through suicido or accident.
matter before congiess.
19 Honey was nominated by the
'Two deaths occurred here yesterday
'Tho temperature roso to 1 115 degrees