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WAILUKU, MAULH. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, i909
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
Kahakuloa's Lochinvar keeps
the Police Biisv.
Limit. Ferieira of the Wniluku
police Unci' with tint assistance of
informers went to Waihee tho
early part of this week and ntliur
ed in un assortment of Chinese
nud Korean gamblers, nineteen in
fiill. The largest number of offen
ders gathered in by a single police
man this year. The parties wore
"up befoie Judge MaKay Wednes
day forenoon for a hearing, and
were convicted of the offense as
charged. Sixteen of them were
lined $4.00 apiece, and three, one
an old offender, the other two were
acting as bankers, were sentenced
to pay a fine of $15.00 each. The
latter three noted un appeal, the
sixteen paid the tines levied against
'em for the benefit of the Treasury
of the County of Maui.
Several Chinese laundrymen re
cently refused to take out a license
for conducting their business, and
were, arrested liy the police. Ttysy
uie being prosecuted under Ant7 13
of 1907, and they have retained
Messrs. Kepoikai and Crockett as
their attorneys. At the prelimi
nary hearing last Tuesday the
attorneys' for the defense sta'ed
their contention to be that, "since
our worthy legislators in their
wisdom failed to provide a penalty
for not getting out a laundry
.license" no offense is committed,
and furthermore the defendants
have tlcclnicd their intention of
CHrrving the ca?e to the upper
court? on eoiiftiiulional grounds in
ease the lower court rules against
their contention. Pleas were re-r-etved
and tin- hearing set foi
September lt next. It is hoped
the Sheriff will not find it necessary
to pounce on the laundries and
to seize and sequester t lie clothing
there laundered for ev idenee of un
licensed washing that i- going on
Lohe Mocmoe and Maleka Kin
weie up befoie Judge McKay Tues
day morning for the offense of liking-each
other too well but un-
i i x t i 1
iv and liOiie Aioemoe was uneo
$50.00, Maleka Kin, &10.00. He
hind these bare lindings'of facts lie
a bit of romance, as interesting as
the legend of Loehinvar with tin
bride of the Netherby, castle. -
It seems the fail- Maleka former
ly of Kahnkuloa. for sundry rea
sons, had been induced to accept
the advances' of Kin. Tuesday last
eek they were duly married and
retired to the home of tho success
full bridegroom on the breesiy hill
sides of Puuohala, Wniluku, to en
joy tho sweets of n mid-summer
The Saturday following like tho
bold Lochinvnr of old, Lohe Moe
nioe, the sleepy listener, came down
from the hills of Knhnkuloa lend
ing n mule, and boldly sought the
enatle of his rival, and with "one
touch to her hand and ono word to
hor ear'' whilst tho charger (a good
prncticnl initio) "stood near," re
peated the triumph of Lochinvnr,
The discomfited brutegrootii how
ever dangled pot. "his bonnet nnd
plump" but summoned the minions
ot law to his ind, nnd nrmpu with
a warrant of arrest spent nearly
the wholo of Monday night going
"over bank, bush and scaur"
among the hills and valleys of Ka
liakuloa, with the police in place
of ''Fonwicks and Musgrnves" do
ing tho 'rncing and chasing on
Cannobio lee" nnd incidentally
blessing him in an aside for th
Asahi Baseball Team to Play
It, has been proven time and
again in the past few years that
the Japanese in this Territory have
become lovers of the great Aineri-
in Hationnl game of bnsebnll and
that fact is again demonstrated by
the Japanese enthusiasts of Central
By today's Claudine the Asahi
bnsebnll team, composed entirely
of Japanese students in tho Hon
gnnji High-School of Honolulu,
will arrive and will piny a se ies
of games here.
They are scheduled to play thin
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Ka-
hului baseball park nnd will meet
a nine composed of local Japanese
players, captained by Suzuki,
otherwise known as Wm. McGerrow
Tomorrow morning the same
teams will meet at Wells' Park,
Wniluku. at 10 o'clock and in the
afternoon at 3-.o0 o'clock the Asahis
will play the last game of the series
with n team composed of Maui
junior ball pin vers.
The general admission to these
games win tie 'So cents ami an ad
ditional charge of 25 cents will be
made for "rand stand seats.
The local Japanese are taking
great interest in tiieso gnnles nnd
will turn out en masse. Their
patriotic spirit combined with the
nllinsiasni they have taken in the
game is such that the price of ad
mission will not ho considered, by
them. There will, it is expected,
be n large attendance of fans of
other nationalities who will want
to see the class of ball put up by
the '"sous of the Rising Sun "
The Asahi baseball team is now
playing in the Junior Oahu League
and has made an excellent show
ing. In fact they are the leaders
in their class and are expected to
siirprit-e a great many of th local
Dr. Oyama, who is one of the
leading Japanese baseball fans on
Maui, will manage the local Jap-
mese team's, nnd is doing every
thing possible for the success of the
meet. He it was who took the in
itiative in bringing the team up
from Honolulu, mid hopes in' the
near future to have a Japanese
team come here and compete with
tho U-Mnui team.
Tho Doctor's work in promot
ing higher clnss of ball niuong the
Jnpnnese fans here is commendable
and should receive the support of
all local fans.
neck breaking job of climbing and
descending steep trails in tho starry
moonless summer night.
A little before day break the
eloping pair were found in a little
grass house on the sen beach, un
dor the shadow of the great cliffs
that wall the vnlley roundabout
Kahnkuloa, and were brought be
fore Judge McKay with the result
above noted. Kia offered to pay
Mnleka's line nut the fair ono
flouts tho idea, preferring to
languish in jail with her lovor to a
return to Kia and his company.
Deputy Sheriff Devatiohelle of
Molokai reported having pulled in
a hatch of lliteeii gamblers early
this week, and should the defend
ants put up a fight, tho County
Attorney's of lice will have to send
over some one to prosecute them
before the Judge Conradt.
Chooses Special Reprcsenta
tive to Accompany Party.
The executive of the Mntii General
Committee for the reception of visit
ing Congressmen met in the Wnilu
ku Town Hall Thursday evening
The representatives present were
Win. F. Pogue, II. 15. Pcnhallow,
Win. Seat-by, L- Weinsheimer, A.
N. Ilayselden, lion. 15. J. K. Na
wuhine nnd Chns. Wilcox.
The committee voted to have Mr.
Worth O. Aiken go to Hawaii with
the party as Maui's special repre
sentative, Mr. Aiken to advise the
Maui Committee of how many of the
party wanted to take the overland
trip from Nahiku to Makawao, how
many for Haleakala, the pineapple
district, the winery at Katipakalua
and lao Valley, and in that way
avoid all misunderstanding and de
lays. It was voted to ask 81,000.00 for
the expenses of the Maui trip. lia
na wanted $200.00 but may have to
getalong with $50.00, the expense
for auto hire was esliiuated(at S800
but by close work may be covered
A sub-committee on finances and
transportation was appointed con
sisting of L. von Toinpsky, W. F.
Pogue, H. P. Raldwin, J. N. S.
Williams and II. P.. Pcnhallow.
The matter of providing tho party
with sleeping accommodations was
I left to a committee consisting of the
chairmen of the Makawao, Kahului
md Wniluku Committees.
It was estimated about fourteen
autos will be available for the use of
tho party while in Central Maui,
the Haleakala ranch will furnish
thirty and the Pnia ranches thirty
five saddle horses for those who Iotc
horseback riding, and desiro to
make the trip to the top of Hnle-
Happenings In And Around
the Ancient Capital.
Father Powell of lloslon ha? sent
to the church of Holy Innocents a
set of beautiful altar ornaments,
coverings, and other gilts. I hey
were blessed by the Rev. Leopold
Kroll last Sunday morning. Henry
Hose, the crucifer, wore hi scar
let onssock for the first time last
Sunday. Canon Ault preached in
The. Rev. .Mr. Santos of Pain
preached to the Portuguese of Kaa
napali last Sunday nnd in tho even
ing assisted in the services conduct
ed by the Rev. 0. (!, IHunhain of
Miss Kllino, n teacher of Kawai
ahno Soniipnry is a guest of Mrs.
Mr. L. M. Haldwin and family of
Wniluku are staying at the Baldwin
house The loys are enjoying swim
ining very much.
Canon Ault and family are living
in the Hnyseldon bench house, llus
place is almost ideal lor warm
Ami, who for years was head poi
man of lahaina, went with his
family a year ago to China to live
They hnvo returned and are now in
Honolulu. Ami was in Lnlminn the
Government Awards Con
tracts for Kula Pipe.
Contracts for piping for the Kula
pipe line have been awarded by the
Superintendent of Public Works to
the Honolulu Iron Works Cojnpany.
fhe aggregate of the bid was
$!!i),0i)1.2S, and the piping to be
furnished consists of 20,000 feet of
six inch, I'.li.OOO feet of five inch,
'0,000 feet of four inch, 10,000
feet of three inch, and 15,000
feet of one and one-half inch pipes.
A total of ihS.000 feet of piping.
Since the first estimate were made
on winch the appropriation was
based, the market price for piping
has dropped thivty-live per cent,,
which has enabled tho Superinten
dent of Public Works to plan for in-
reasing the eapaeity.of the pipe lino
to four times that of the original
estimates. The line will extend
from Olinda to Knnaio South of
Ulupalnkua, and is the cheapest pipe
contract of its size let by the Gov-
rnment of Hawaii.
It is planned to put in about
1!,000 feet of wooden piping, from
twelve to fourteen inches in diameter
for the line, from the intake of the
system at the head of Honoinanu or
Puohoknniofi valley to the reservoirs
at Olinda. The idea being to pro
vide for a greater supply than what
is needed for the Kula section of the
line only, with the intention of add
ing to the system at a Inter date, a
pipe line for supplying Makawao
and Paia with pure mountain water.
Mr. Harvey the civil engineer
in charge of tho work is to conic up
today to make the final location.
The material contracted for is to
be delivered by January next, when
tho actual work ot laying the pipes
To Hon. 13. 15. Carloy of Pnia is
due much of the credit for pushing
the measure through the legislature
t credit he shines however with the
Mntii senators, representatives, poli
ticians and capitalists who readily
and willingly put their shoulders to
the wheel at the critical moment.
ipd brought the matter of the appro
priation to a successful issue. ,
The Home Team
loses the Cricket Match.
1 lie cricket match hot ween the
visiting Honolulu teams nud tin
home team at Kahului park last
Wednesday ended in a decided
victory for the visitors. After watch
ing the game until the visitors had
scored more than one hundred runs,
whilst the home team had very
much less than a half a hundred
the Maui News remitter left in a
very unsportsmanlike mood. He
was prepared to shout for the home
team but thoconditions were against
making the enthusiastic demonstra
tion desired, and he did not know
enough of the game to sec an open
ing for boosting the home team
However the visitors couldn't havi
won if they hadn't been such gooi
Mrs. MaeDonald, editor of Ha
waii's Young People, is visiting in
Honolulu. When she returns she
will bo peasantly surprised to find
her cottage enlarged and improve)
so much that it is now ono of the
finest cottages on Maui. The work
has been done by Mr, MacDoual
and "the teachers. The location is
SHIPPERS WILL TEST
THE COASTWISE LAW
laim Navy Department Set Precedent-Conspira
tors are Again Jailed. --Atcherley Appears
(MI'UCIAL TO THE MAUI NllWK.I
Sugar 9(5 deg. test -1.11 Beets lis. 10 Jd
HONOLULU, Atigtis,t 27. Dr. Atcherley's case is again before the
The conspirators are again under
deficiency in their bond, their bondsman having been arrestod for per
jury. ' -
0. M. Cooke died early this morning.
Queen Liliuokalani will entertain the visiting Congressmen.
The ship Nordseo was brought into the harbor by the steiiniers
Ins. Makee and Mokolii.
Hawaii's shooters scored !250
Waialua held at $115. offered
Kwa $81, Inter-Island S. N. Co. $109.50.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 27.
wise shipping law. J liev will charter a vessel and ship a cargo to
Honolulu. The shippers claim that
when it shipped coal to Honolulu in
CITY OF MIONICO, August 27.
San Francisco thai place has been
THE II AG U 13, August 27. The
has caused sbrious alarm throughout
ATLANTIC CITY, August 27.
a thunderbolt while playing ball here
F R 13 1) 13 R I C K S 1 1 A V 13 N , August
ship for Rerlin last liiht.
HONOLULU, August 20. The
llilo in order to enable the captain
President Mott-Smith of the Ronrd of Health in his report to the
Governor savs that Hawaii can be
Makino put up cash bail, nnd Mori is still in jail waiting for bail.
Wm. C. Roe is seriously ill and may not recover.
i Japanese is reported to have attempted to purchase cartridges
for n deadly hand gun of the cane
Hilo Railroad bonds Bold yesterday at $0!) nud Olnn bonds at pur.
The Merchants w ill nirot to discuss the action of the Hilo authori
ties relative to licenses.
0. M. Cooke's condition remains unchanged. '
HONOLULU, August 25. Tho body of a Chinese was picked up
in the harbor this morning.
The Kaiwiki Sugar Co. takes
Da vies & Co.
P.I3V13RL13Y, August 20. President Taft intimated to visitors
that he would early urge upon Congress tho establishment of postal
savings banks but is opposed to guaranteeing bank deposits.
It II 13 IMS, France, August 2(5.
Ham's flight there was a heavy wind
CAMP PUR It Y, August 2(5.
to the navy, the score being oSOl.
SEATTLE, August 25. Crowds
ing today. Princess Kawaananakoa
LONDON, August 25. Tho
four first-class cruisers and six torpedo1 boat destroyers with three submarines.
RIIEIMS, France, August 25.
cords today, making 81.115 miles in
HONOLULU, August 25. Mrs.
son opened letters from her husband and .abstracted sheets. The
authorities refuse to issue warrants.
Manila cigars are selling here
change in the tariff.
The German ship Nordeo broke from her anchorage Monday after
noon and drifted twenty miles South-west with a short crew. She is
now in that locality' and reenforcenients have gone to her. ' Roth
anchors were down and plenty of chain out.
Judge Do Holt will not get a vacation this year.
Higher Wage Association. leaders.are in need of funds.
Makino and Negoro must furnish bail at t) o'clock this morning
or go to jail. . i
Mori, who assaulted Editor Sheba, is willing to plead guilty.
SAN FRANCISCO. August 25. Members of tho Congressional
Party, after visiting the navy yard, declared it to be the most import
ant in Uy; country.
WASHINGTON, August 25. The body of Sutton will bo disin
terred and submitted to an examination by gunshot experts. The. body
will then be reinterred in consecrated grounds, permission having been
granted by Cardinal Gibbons. 7
H1IE1MS, August 25. Curtis's aeroplane records were smashed
by Paul Ham, who made a high flight, tSi miles in length in the face
of a strong wind. "
SAN FRANCISCO, August 25. Kaufman and Jack Johnson luiVS
been matched for ton rounds on September Uth.
WASHINGTON. August 25. Admiral Swinburne Iiub rotired.
arrest on account of a technica
points and took 2-Jth place.
$112, Pioneer Mill Co. sold at $187,
Local shippers will test the coast
tin- navy established a precedent
Owing to plague reports from
quarantined against by Moxican
cholera outbreak at Rotterdam
A ball player was killed hero 'by
27 Zeppelin started on his air
steamer Ocean Queen will go to
and his family to visit tho volcano.
freed from all diseases.
over tho Ookala property from T. II.
During twenty minutes of Paul
and downpour of rain.
The national trophy yesterday wont
The infantry canto second with
have been at the Hawaiian build
Australian squadron is to consist of
Paul Ham bent nil aeroplane ro-
2 hours and 35 minutes.
Atcherley charges that Dr. Peter
at six for 25 cents on account of tint