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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, IUNE 4, 1910 "
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
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INCLUDING BASEBOARD AND METAL COVER
JUNE 4. 1910
Baseball Owing to wine difference the several lasclall tennis are
unable to come to an understanding for pulling off the usual summer
series of league games for the season, such as has always hecn done in the
past, and for the first time the Wailuku fans will miss their accustomed
One reason advanced for the apathy among the sports of the ''iamond
is the unfinished state of the new hall park grounds, and another is in
sufficient support, and still another is the fact that the home team, the
Morning Stars, having won the annual trophy last season, it is fur the
other teams to make the advances for the seas: it's games.
There is no better healthier sport than baseball and encouragement
should 1 given the players'and the league as a whole in order that the
American national sport may be kept alive. For instance trophies should
be offered for the teams to compete for, and prizes le given the lcst
players as shown by the record, and in otherways the community can
show its appreciation for the efforts of the players on the diamond and
give outdoor athletics a lioost and so keep alive, in Wailuku at least, the
great American national game.
Mr. Newcomb, who is well and
favorably known in Lahaina, arriv
ed with Mrs. Newcomb from the
Philippines last week. He is' here
on business and will return soon.
Corpus Christi was celebrated by
the Catholic Church on Thursday of
last week. The good Father Maurus
spent Saturday and Sunday in Wai
luku. Two parties of Russians consisting
of fifteen families arrived recently.
They seem well pleased with their
new home. They are occupying
new, neat, single cottages in a cool
part of the plantation, convenient
Ex-Senator Hayselden has been
spending a few days in Honolulu.
Mrs. Gannon, son and maid have
been at Mr. and Mrs. Rosecrans' of
Paia, where they enjoyed a very
The Latter Day Saints have a nice
new church and a brand-new bell,
which they rang for the fisrt time
Mr. D- C. Lindsay and family of
Kahului visited Lahaina last Mon
day. The concrete walls of the new
business office of the plantation are
going up in fine style under Con
The Lahainaluna school will close
on the 10th. A big luau is planned
by the students to take place on the
9th of June after the literary exer
cises. Nearly all Iahaina turns out
at the closing of this popular insti
tution. This, perhaps, has been
the banner year in the history of
Lahainaluna. The attendance has
been large, the class of pupils of a
high order, and the work very suc
cessful." Quite a number of the
students will work on the plantations
during holidays. The experiment
was tried last year with considerable
Mr. Patterson has just finished
his concrete work on the court-house.
It looks like a new building.
A Birthday Party.
Mr. Carl F. Rose, the County clerk's
assistant, who is the proud father of
a bouncing boy, gave a birth-day
party to a few of his many friends,
Thursday evening last week. The
day being ihe second anniversary of
advent of the promising heir and
The tables to which the guests sat
down were loaded with dainities pre
pared in Hawaiian style including
tiome lnli" which would tickle the
palate of anyFletcherite.
After satisfying the inner man a
general good time was had until
late when the guests dispersed after
wishing host and hostess many hap
py returns to the heir of the Roses.
Some Maui Politics.
Politics are quiet on Maui, with
but little political activity in evi
dence. Polititians are content to let
prohibitionists occupy the public
eye, but the quiet is misleading, for
when the politician is not in evi
dence as a rule he is busy in his
shirt sleeves, maping outplans and
laying wires against the time when
the public must hear from him.
Over in liana, W. P. llaia has
everything well in hand for a re
nomination and reelection to suc
ceed himself as district supervisor.
For the House J. W. Kawaakoaand
W. H. Drummond are aspirants
for the republican nomination, and
G. W. Kauimakaole is seeking to
run on the opposition ticket.
In the Makawao district, Hon. E
B. Carley, the man win) got the
Kula Pipe line will get the republi
can nomination for the House if he
wants it, A. J. Gomes of Paia will
also seek the nomination as the
Portuguese representative on there
publican ticket, and there will pro
bably be a three-cornered contest
between himself, A. Garcia of Wai
Iuku and Mr. A. Furtardo of Laha
ina for the honor.
The aspirants for the House from
Wailuku district areG. W. Maxwell,
M. P. Waiwaiolc, Sam Keliinoi and
V."E. K. Maikai. AH four are good
men, and whoever gets the nominn
tion will le satifactory. Mr. Keliinoi
is jterhaps the most progressive of the
quartett, but political conventions
havetheir own ideas as to the most
desirable qualities U have in a man
to go on a blanket ticket.
In Lahaina the aspirants for the
House are Ed. Waiaholo and Chas
K. "Makekau, with Ed. Waiaholo
well in the lead for the nomination.
For the Senate it seems to be a casu
of the place seeking the man with
no one particularly anxious to as
pire for it. Unit. W. J. CVx'lho went
around the County recently to-renew
acquaintances aud incidentally seek
renomination to succeed himself,
but whether successful or otherwise
Wailnko Sugar Co.
The Wailuku Sugar Company fin
ished grinding this season's crop,
Monday evening, May 30. The out
put is just barely short of seventeen
thousand tons, which is several
hundreds less than the crop for last
year, and is fully a thousand tons
greater than the estimated crop for
the year. Mr. H. li Penhallow,
manager, is to le congratulated for
ihe good showing he has mude.
THE ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER IS THE
EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT OF ANY ONE HUN
DRED DOLLAR TYPEWRITER ON THE MARKET
Dago Red Tabooed.
The matter of fixing a standard
for the quality of drinks served
over 'the bar by licensed liquor
dealers has had the atten;ion of
the Maui board of license commis
sioners lately, and liquor dealers
have received notice from the board
that imitation drinks which usually
passed as compounds, or what is
pictursdquely called "dago red'Vill
no longer be allowed.
The order given by the commis
sioners will not affect liquor houses
selling only straight stuff. Already
Peter Joseph of Kula, Maui, has
withdrawn bis application for a
renewal of his saloon license, but
whtther as a result of the order or
on account of the agitation for pro
hibition is not known, but. never
theless, it means one saloon less
for Maui and a corresponding gain
in the anti-ealoon movement.
The orders of the License Com
missioners were embodied in a let
ter which D. C. Lindsay, the sec
retary of the Board, sent to every
liquor deuler on Maui, and are as
I beg to notify you that at a
meeting of the Board of License
Commissioners for the Couty of
Maui, held this a. m. the following
resolution was adopt.
.'Resolved.'that from and after
the 1st day of July, 11)10, no com
pound or imitation spirituous liq
uors or any liquors marked Mis
branded or Type shall be sold with.
At the annual .meeting of the stock
holders of the Kaupakalua Wine & Li
quor Company .Ltd., held Way 28, 1910,
the following officers and directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
J. V. Marciel President
,F. O. Correa Vice-President
J. A. Aueong Secretary
R. B. Fawcelt Treasurer
W. F. Pogue, F. P. Rosecrans and A.
F. Tavares, with the above named officers
will constitute the Board of Directors.
- J. A. AHEONG,
June 4, 11, 18.
The well, known pacer Waldo J, price
$200. F. O. B. Ililo, including sulky
nearly new, boots, and one set new hop
ples. Waldo y needs no introduction,
and today is in fine condition for train
ing for the coming July races.
Pahala, Kau, Hawaii.
June 4, 11, 18.
in the jurisdiction of. this Board,
and all licenses are hereby warned
against selling or being in possess
ion of same after the date above
; All license hereafter issued by
the Board shall be subject to the
Desiring your attention to this
matter I beg to remain yours truly
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secy. BoardofJ License Com is
siones for the County of Maui.
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We Sell These.
You want the best. Are you routy
for it this season?
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ing aapartor fo what wa ar. .bowing, in taata,
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WE CARRY. ' '
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aoMWhing thai nioa oa wbaala, wa'.
f at It or will quickly IL
Com taaad Inn with sa. Enrrbody aioan
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
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Is it. luaiaaua. Ixx'l loci at tbia.
W. C. Peacock & Co.
HONOLULU AND HILO
We Guarantee the Purity
of Our Qootlh.
Al C HA LODGE l0. 3 KNICHT8
I Regular meetings will be held at the
j Knights of Pythias Hull. Wailuku, on the
I second and fourth Saturdays of each
j All visiting memlxrs are cordially in-
j vited to attend.
1 L. M. BALDWIN, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M
RING UP MARUONO
When you want to ride in
the best automobile on Maui.
Careful driving and reason
able rates. No longer con
nected with Wailuku Auto
Stated mee lint's will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the firs I
Saturday night of each month at 7.H0
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
J. N. R. WILLIAMS I. W. M.
L ' Secretary.
For fresh Mutton send vour orders to
the Maui Meat Market. "We carry this
meat at all times. Send in your orders
at least twelve hours ahead in order to
give us time to get the meat out of cold
MAUI MEAT MARKET,
dime Jable--3Calwlui Slailroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1909.
ALEXANDER A BALDWIN, I TD
ALEXANDER A- BALDWIN, LTD I ,
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