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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1910;
This is KainehameliA Day.
It is said the Irish wiil run things at
the Kahului race meet.
Hen. A. 1). Castro of Honolulu was in
Wailuku this week on business.
The Board of Supervisors held their
regular monthly session this week.
Kauiehameha Day is the great Ha
waiian holiday during the days of the
Contractor W. R. Patterson is replaster
ing the stone work of the Kaahnmnnu
church Wailuku this week.
Do not forget that all of your friends
will be at the Race Traek on July 4th,
when the Races commence at 9 A. M.
On Tuesday next the household effects
of the Rev. Canon Ault will be sold at
auction at 10 o'clock in the morn
All those interested will please remem
ber that entries for the Races on July
4th will close on Friday June 24th, 1910,
at 5 P. M.
When you want an easy going auto
with a careful driver ring up Maruona
Reasonable fare, Pope-Hartford car, re
Attend the Christian Endeavor Concert
tonight at the Towu Hall, and you will
hear some very fine vocal and instru
Contract for construction of a teacher's
cottage at Keokea, Maui, was awarded
to Contractor Landgraf whose bid for
the work was $ 1542.
The repairs to the Kaahunianu church
will cost about fiouo, which will require
an additional $500, over and above the
amount already secured for the work .
Bids for the refreshment privilege at
the Kahului Race Track on July 4th, will
close on June 24th, 1910, at 5 P. M. with
the Secretary of the Association, J. Gar
cia. Contract for moving the school house
at Kaupo was awarded to J. W. Kawaa
koa, who offered to finish the work in
fifty days. His bid for the work was
Several Lahaiua members of the Ma
soaic Fraternity attended-a meeting of
the Kahului Lodge last Saturday even
ing. A supper was served after the cere,
fcnecial services will be held at the
Halealoha Hall, I,ahaina, Sunday even
ing, in honor of Kamehameha. Principal
McDonald of Lahaiualuna will make the
Mrs. A. H. B. Judd of Honolulu 'who
has been visiting her son Rev. Henry P,
Judd of Kaliului for the past five weeks
returned to Honolulu on the Ciaudine
Sam Parker is thinking of entering
his chestnut gelding Frolic, by Take
Notice out of Happy Maiden, to partici
pate in the Fourth of July meet at Maui.
P. C. Advertiser.
The Hui "Kokua o 11a Waieba,", a
Hawaiian benefit 'society having over
one hundred and ninety members, held
a business meeting at the Wafluku Town
Hall Thursday, June 9.
A farewell reception will be given to
the Rev. Canon Ault and Mrs. Alt at
the Town Hall Wailuku, on Monday,
lune nth. 1 010. at 8 p. m. All friends
are cordially invited to attend.
The contractor has finished repainting
the steeple, bell tower and clock of the
Kaahunianu chnrch. The workmen have
taken down the scaffolding , and the
tower looks as bright as a new dollar.
The members of the order of Kaineha
leha will hold services at the Town
Hall tomorrow, and will listen to an
address by Chas. Wilcotc on the lives of
Kamehameha and Kaahunianu. The Ka
ahutnauu Society of Waihee will take
Work on the section of the roadway
t the new wharf at Kahului to be built
by the County is being rushed as fast as
the dirt for the fill can be hauled m by
the railroad. Work on the concrete cul
vert will betrin soon, and the whole
roadway will be completed early in July
Andrew Kapaku, member of Company
"L" died after a short illness and., the
funeral took place at Wainee church on
Tuesday afternoon, Molani officiating.
The deceased was 28 years of age. Com
pany L attended the funeral under com
mand of Lieutenant Kaluakini. Volleys
were fired and taps sounded in honor of
the departed soldier.
The Kahului Young Men's Club is
preparing to use its' new ciub house,
formerly Moody's planing-mill The re
gular monthly meeting last Tuesday
evening in the Uuiou church was well
attended and quite a little sum was
collected from the members in initiation
ides and monthly dues. The officers of
the club are: Rev, H. P. Judd, presi
bent; J. J. Walsh; vice presideut; E.
Kellett, Secretary; Capt. K. H. Parker,
Treasurer. The Board of Mauagers con
bwts of the President and Secretary, be
sides W. S. Mountcaslle, H. W. English
and John Makahio.
With the Racers
at the Paddocks.
A dozen or more horse are in the
stables at the Spreckels' Fark. Ka
hului, and groom and owners are
getting them in shape to do their
best at the coming Fourth .of July
meet. One of them is Lib up, the
great pacing stallion from Kauai.
He is a Hawaiian bred horse owned
by Mr. Iliec, of Kauai. Lihue is a
five-year old sired by Boswell Jr.,
and, according to his trainer, Alex
Harris, was never before hitched to
to a rubber-tired sulky. This' is his
first appearance on the race traek
and will enter for the $250 purse
offered for trotters and pacers. His
owners evidently have great faith in
his lR'rformanccs, and his doings on
the traek will be watched with in
terest. Another sylphlike racer is the
(!optic, a three-year old mare under
the care of Jerry, a son of Erin.
She hails from Napa, California,
and will Ik? entered in the free fur
all. She is sired by 'Judd and her
dam is Lucille, bot h splendid racers,
and Lucille's dam is St. Savicr, a
celebrated nicer imjinrted direct
from England. As far as liedigrcc
g(ws she is an aristocrat of the aristo
crats if such distinctions may lie ap
plied to well bred racers, for through
St. Savicr, the blood of the famous
Prince Charley stock runs in her
veins, as it runs in all of the fastest
horses in America. The Coptic had
run in races twice in California, as
a two-yenr old, and will l in the
free for all races this year, and is
only four months on the islands.
The Coptic is a chestnut with a
blazed face, one hind leg white to
the hock and the nigh foreleg white
to the pastion. ,
Imis Warren's horses, Warning
and Indigo are leing cared for" by
Jas. L. Iiemon. Moth horses are in
fine shape. Warning is the horse
which the owner once refused 820,-
000 for, when a-two-year old and
was so well thought off that he was
entered and started in the New York
Futurity races, classing with the
best of two-year olds.
Indigo is the horse which Major
Collier beat by a neck at the Hilo
meet on a heavy traek. Indigo will
try (Conclusions again with Major
Collier on the Kahului track, and
his backers hope he will lie able to
turn the tables against Major Collier
here, which is a much better track
than the Hilo course. The race be
tween the two will be for blood.
W. L. Decoto's two Hawaiian
bred horses, the celebrated Major
Collier and Young Sam are both in
good shape, and Mr. Decoto is evi
dently satisfied that his horses will
keep in trim, make good and hold
on to the hard won-laurels and
honors which are theirs. The two
formerly belonged to the Homers of
Hawaii, and are in fine fettle. With
horses evenly matched the great race
between Major Collier and Indigo
will be worth sting.
Jn the race for named horses open
to all comers, a peculiar mix-up has
arisen. Mr. Gross finds his horso
Maui barred out on a technicality
because he failed to produce the
papers, which should give the his
tory 01 ins tiorse. 1 his horse was
imported from San Francisco
little while ago, and a inround about
way information sifted in, that
horse good for a mile in 2:01) had
been shipped to the islands, the of
ficers of the Maui Racing Association
think Mr. Gross' purchase is the
racer, and until he produces pairs
to prove the contrary the bars are
up against him. The animal is a
fine look ing sorrel, but the officers
say good faith to others conipellei
them to act the way they did.
Another racer is the Iady Bernice
a four-year old mare, locally owned
and will he entered for the mil
and 'i mile dashes.
Adion, the Maui favorite, is one
of the well known horses that will
I lie Naniwa took a spin a mum
the track and went a-Hying. H
made a good showing-
lktween O'liouke, Louis Warren
and W. L. Decoto's horses there
Organizing for Campaign.
A preliminary meeting was called
at the Kahului Union Church, Sat
urday, i) a. m., to take steps to
organize the prohibition forces on
Maui for the plebiscite, July 20, 1
11)10. The temporary officers were:
H. P. Kaldwin, Chairman; Henry
P. Judd, Secretary; and Jas. N. K.
Kenla, Corresponding Secretary.
After a few remarks on the issue
now before the people of the County,
by Rev. Turner and Mr. IT. P.
Kaldwin, Judge Kalua made, a
motion to call together a County
Prohibition Convention, Thursday,
June 9th, at Kahului, which motion
Corresbonding Secretary Keola
was then excused and hurried to
Wailuku with instructions to write
to the prohibition leaders on Molo1
kai, Rev. Iaea, J. N. Uahinui, and
Joel Nakaleka to send over delegates
to attend the convention.
Secretary Judd was instructed to
write to the prohibition leaders in
liana to send over delegates, but as
the Ciaudine had already left for
liana, the messages were sent by
Mr- Baldwin stated his position
n that as chairman of the republi
can county organization he had
hesitated taking steps on the prohi
bition question, as his position
might lie misunderstood. It is not
a political partisan question, but a
moral question for the good of the
country. If the people should vote
r prohibition at the coming ple
biscite it will then lie the duty of
the republican ; party to push the
measure through the legislature.
That it is not a party question is
shown by the fact that J- P. Cooke,
Chairman of the Republican Terri
torial Committee, 11. H. Trent, a
leading democrat, and 1). H. Ka-
lauokalani, a leading home ruler,
are officers of the prohibition or
ganizations on Oahu.
We want votes from republicans,
democrats and home rulers for the
good of the cause.
Rev. Mr. Santos of Paia said that
the younger Portuguese in Paia
favored prohibition, but the older
people want their glass of wine.
Judge Kalua blamed the news
papers for making .things appear
worse than it really is. The iifipor
tation clause in the platform are
getting things mixed up.
In Wailuku things were going
easy for the cause.
Rev. Turner had a petition which
was quite generally signed asking
the license commissioners to refuse
licensing the selling of liquor on
Rev. Mr. Santos said people think
the retail liquor saloons did all the
mischief, hut he said, the whole
salers were just as bad. Iliey are
the ones flooding the country with
H. P. Baldwin counselled moder
ation, and not the stirring up of un
Among those present were : Rev
Turner, Rev. R. B. Dodge, D. II
Case, Mr, Walker, J. N. K. Keola,
P. N. Kahokuoluna, R. J. K. Na
wahine, J. K. Kahookele, J. Kalino,
L, B. Kaumehciwa, J. P. Kapihi
Nelson Kaloa, J. B. Lima and others
including a representative of the
will be much fine racing and excit
ing times for the Fourth of July
But few Japanese owned horses
are in evidence. G. Masuda, the
Iiiihaina merchant, has one in the
race paddocks, Adion. And it is
surmised the others are holding back
and will enter at the last minute.
Nakamura was around for a look
at the racers. J. Onishi will pro
bably enter a racer or two as it is
hard to keep Japanese from horse
The Maui Racing Association is
putting on carloads of dirt in order
to have the traek in fine shape for
the coming Fourth. Bleachers will
be put in on the Wailuku side of
the grandstand to accommodate the
Editor Mau News, Wailuku, Maui.
I was somewhat astonished to
read in the "Home Rula" in its
issue of June 3rd, 1910, a letter
purporting to be signed by me pub
lished therein, relating to my can
didacy to the office of County
Attorney for Maui County. I did
mt sign or authorized any such
ommnnieation. It is true that I
shall submit my name to the Re
publican Convention for the nomi
nation, for that position, hut I do
not appreciate the sentiment con
tained in said article and do not
lo politics in that manner. While
shall le very grateful to all of my
friends for any aid that they may
extend to me, I do not appreciate
that particular manner of assist
ance. Will you dome the kindness to
nsert this in your valuable pajier?
Very sincerely yours,
A. N. KEPOIKAT.
Wailuku, Maui,' June Cth, 1910.
A vry enthusiastic meeting of
the Maui Rating Association was
eld last Saturday evening at the
Maui Hotel, at which six new mem
bers were enrolled. These were A.
Gross, II. W. Rice, Ben Williams,
A. H. Landgraf, A. N. Hayselden
and G. Masuda. The Association
decided definitely to close entries
for the July 4th Races on Friday
June 24th, 1910, at 5 P. M. The
entries will be opened at that hour
at the Maui Hotel in the presence
of the Executive Committee.
It was also decided to commence
Races at 9 A. M. sharp on the
morning of the Fourth. This will
iusure all the races being run, as
the program is somewhat lengthy.
The purse in Race No. 3 was in
creased to $2"0, while Race No. 11
was increased to $75, and changed
to read for 'Maui Bred Maidens
only.' Bids for the refreshment
privilege will also close on June 24th
at the same hour. 11ns will not
include any liquor privilege, as the
Association has decided not to
allow intoxicants to lw sold on that
day at the track. There are now
about a dozen horses in training at
the track, and more coming in all
The Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co. is planning to send an ex
c'ursion to Kahului for the Fouth of
July races, and intends to charge
80.UO for the round trip. 1 he Maui
Racing Association are working
hard to have a day of good racing,
and that will he the incentive for
the people - from Honolulu to take
the Kahului trip.
The excursionists may spend their
time and celebrate the day 111 any
way that may suit their fancy whil
on Maui, but the races and the
siort9 will le the drawing canL
The boat intended for the excur
sion trip is the 8. S. Kinau. She
w ill leave Honolulu Saturday even
ing, July znd, and the passengers
will have all of Sunday and , Mon
day for visiting friends and seeing
the show places of Central Maui,
riesides taking in the races and cele
brating fourth 01 July in the way
normal Americans should do.
The principal attraction of the
day will i the raws at Spreckels'
Park, Kahului, and there will be
basuball also. For the return to
Honolulu the steamer will leave
Kahului the evening of the Fourtl
which is Monday, and should ar
rive in Honolulu early Tuesday
The trip will afford a pleasant change
or business men, and as there is
likely to bo a rush intending passe n
gers should book early and secure
RESOLUTION NO. 1120.
Be it Resolved by the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, that Resolution numbered
1018, pissed by this Board on the 13II
day of May, 1910, take, and remain in
force and effect on, from and after
October I, 1910.
All Resolutions and motions in conflict
with this Resolution staud repealed.
Presented by Lyons, Supervisor.
(Sgn.) WM. FRED KAAE,
Clerk of the Bpard of Supervisors for
the County of Maui.
Juue 11, 18.
Maui Racing Association
Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting
At- Spreckels' Park, Kahului
Monday, July 4, 1910
RUNNING RACE. 3j mile
TROTTTNG AND PACING,
for Hawaiian bred horses
RUNNING RACE, ll 4 mile
MULE RACE. 'i mile dash, free for all. Post entries
TROTTING AND PACING. BestS in 5, i mile heats,
for named horses Waldo. I., Harry Hearst, Cyclone,
Denney Healy, and Reveta
9. RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash, Hawaiian bred ....
10. RUNNING RACE. mile dash, free for all
11. PONY RACE. 'z mile dash, 14.2 hands or under,
for Maui Bred' Maidens only
12. RUNNING RACE. -4 mile dash, Hawaiian bred. .
13. RUNNING RACE. 3 4 mile dash, Japanese owned . .
14. COWBOY RELAY RACE. l2 mile dash, instruc
tions to lie given by Judges. Post entries
15. RVNNING RACE. 1 mile dash, Japanese owned . .
All races shall le run or trotted under the rules of the National
Trotting Association and the Pacific Jockey Club.
Aliove program subject to change and re-arrangement by the
Entries close June 24th, 15110 at 5 p. m.
Entrance fee to be 10 per cent, of purse.
Races commences rl a. m. sharp.
Bids for light refreshment privilege close June 24, 1910, 5 p. in.
In every race three or more to enter and two or more to start.
J. GARCIA, Secretary.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In the Matter of the Estate of B. MA-
HUN A, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having ou the 9th day
of May, A: I). 1910, been duly appointed
administrator of the Estate of B. Mahuna,
late of Kula, Maui, deceased, notice is
hereby given to all persons haviug claims
against the Estate of said B. Mahuna, de
ceased, to present the same to the under
signed, A. F. Tavares, administrator
aforesaid, duly authenticated at his place
of business at the Post office, Makawao,
Maui, or at the law office of Kepoikai &
Burcbard, in Waiiuku, Maui, attorneys of
said administrator, within six months
from date of publication of this notice, or
puyment tnereot will be foreqer barred.
AISiUNKr. 1 AVAREa,
Administrator Estate of B. Mahuna.
May 28, JUHe 4, 11.40, 25.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kaupakalua Wine & Li
quor Company .Ltd., held May 28, 1910,
the following officers and directors were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
V. Marciel President
F. O. Correa Vice-l'resident
A. Aheong Secretary
R. B. Fawcett Treasurer
W. F. Pogue, F. P. Kosecrans and A.
F. Tavares, with the alxive named officers
will constitute the Board of Directors.
J. A. AHEONG,
June 4, 1 1, 18.
PAIA ANTI-OPIUM SOCIETY.
The Paia Anti-Opium Society respect
fully asks the general public to consider
the evil effects of opium to the users of
the drag and aid the society in every
way possible to stamp out this social evil
which is not only a curse to the Chinese
people but to all humanity.
Manager II. A. Baldwin is erecting a
hospital where opium users are to be
treated free. All users of the druir who
wish to free themselves of their bondage
are requested to corresiond with the
above named society.
Persons benefitted by taking anti-
Lee Chuk, Liau Fun, Lai Sam, Loo
Hee, Char Lin, Look Goou, Tain Cheng
Su Wau, Lee Ah You, Lee Kau, Nin
Chong, Chtn Kim Sing. The above had
one bottle each.
Ng Chong, Chong Fo You, Lani Ching
Au, Tain Fook, Fung Sui Char, Ng Min
Chung, Wa Tin Moi, Young Chang,
Lioug Lung, Tarn Hao, Wan Sau, Lee
You, Hee Wa, Toug-Kuk, Chang Kong,
Lee Im, Lee Wau Wa, Lee Wau Lok,
Kim Kee, Lee Young Sam, Chee Chong.
The above with two bottles of medicine.
One Yal e motor cycle in perfect order
Apply A., care Maui News.
dash, Japanese owned..! (50.00
free fur all
I! in ", mile . heat
dash, free for all.
dash, Hawaiian bred..
dash, free for all
Catholic Ladies Will
On the evening of June 16th next the
Catholic Ladies Aid Society will give a
musical entertainment, at the Knights of
Pythias Hall for the benefit of St. Au
thony's Girls School. There will also be
fancv drills hv Tirelfvsrlinnl irirla flrcc-rl
in fancy costumes and the evenings en- '
tertaiiiment will end up with a dance.
Tickets will be 011 sule shortly atlhe us
ual rates, and all those purchasing tickets
will not only be helping a good cause
but will be givsu their money's worth.
FURNITURE SALE. -
Commencing this Saturday the entire
household effects of A. T. Anderson, of.
Kahului, Maui, will be offered at private
sale from now on until Jnly 1st, 910,
consisting of a piano, sawing machiue,
chairs, tables, pictures, desk, ice-box,
stove with hot water system, plants.
umsa wire mosquuo prooi snuMers, water
filter, etc., etc,, also an automobile.
Sale at Helmet's house, Kahului.
May 24, 1910.
A. T. ANDERSON,
May 2S, June 4, 11, IS, 25.
The well known pacer Waldo J, price
$200. F. O. B. Hilo, including sulky
nearly new, boots, and one set new hop- .
pies. Waldo J needs no introduction,
aud today is in fine condition for train
ing for the coming July races.
Pahala, Kau, Hawaii.
June 4, 1 , 18..
Restaurant building, 20x44 ft. in good,
location. Apply to
A. K. STENDER,
May 14-Juue II.
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks
Market Street, -:- -:- Wailuku.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
tlie Maul Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.