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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. JULY 2, I9J0
THE HORSES INLINE
; FOR THE KAHULUI RAGES
Facts About Them And What They Will Do-Matters
of all Absorbing Interest.
As the luy draws near the train
ers (Hid , grooms at Sprockels Park
'Kahului aie working like beavers
civinc the racers the finishing tou
ches for the line up under the wire
for the trophies and the honors
which are to go to the winnersi Ad
ditional stables have been put. in to
furnish room for the largo number of
entries, and to accomodate the ex
pected crowds bleachers have been
built and everything around the
grand stand put in shape.
Tomorrow the course will be closed
and the track vill be given the final
rolling and when the sun rises on
the fourth Kahului will be the Moo-
"ca and Medina of Maui, where for
one day in the year at least the lov
ers of the sport of kings may riot in
the excitement of speeding horses
and flashing colors', of waving flags
and shouting crowds which are the
essence of a Roman holiday.
As usual the interest centers a
roiiiid the horses whose mettle are
t be tested to the fullest Monday
next. There is Aidion. an old favo
rite, and, if there is any merit in
the records, he ought to top the
bunch in each of the four races in
which he is entered. His record on
tlie Kahului track is a half a mile
in 51 .sec.,' three fourth a mjle in
1.22 1-5 and a mile in 1.53. At the
Hilo meet January 1 , 1909,hecaiuein
second in the great event of the day,
the race for the $1000 purse known
m the Merchant's stake, which Ba
noniea won in 2.14. It i said he is
not half the horse he was then, and
in ISIfaIit In limn Sit lucif Kill tlirtw 1C
no telling, for blood and quality will
tell evcrytime when the test comes.
Another line racer is Adriana Le
coureur, who is 'likely to give her
rivals in the three-eighth and three
fourth of a mile races a run worth
the money. She is another new com
er from the coast, and John O'Roukc
her owner will pill his money on
her against anything which is some-
. t i rvn .1 I
tiling lor .lonn u uoukc Knows ine
essentials of the game.
,BBB entered by A. C. Bctts for
the pony race is the pride of Puu
nene, and promises to give Coquette
andPoni Moi a run for their money.
The Puunene boy's will back their
favorite against all others for all you
want to put up.
Jerry Broderick's fine sorrel mtire
Copit is one of the prettiest animals
entered. She will run in three races,
- and holds the best record of any on
the Kahului tracks at recent tryouts
on the three-eighth of a mile stretch,
doing it in thirty-six seconds. If
she does that Monday all others will
. have to take dust from her.
The sable beauty Cyclone is en
tered for one of the trottihg events,
and promises to make it a close and
iutcrsting finish for the winner of
the 8250 purse if he does not win it
himself as some appear to think is
quite likely. Cyclone holds a record
of 2.07 a mile on the Emorysville
track, and 2.12 a mile at the Ka
Diolani Park track Honolulu. Ho
may be old but ho can still go some
Cal. Leonard's fine mahogny
brown mare Flavigncy is another
new nicer, one is one oi mo iavo-
rites in the great mils and a quarter
event for the $500 purse. Nothing
much is known . about her, as her
trainers, tend strictly to business
and- will let out no hint to satisfy the
tturious. She lias been on the Sheeps-
head track New York where she
came in fourth of a bunch of 2(5 fine
racers in a mile and a quarter race.
When let out a bit at the trial spins
she shows such grct speed as to as
tonish the natives, but tho short
turns of a half a mile track bothers
Another horse with a record is
Harry Hearst. In the 'Hilo meet,
January 1, 11)01), he won the mile
trotting and pacing events, doing
tho two heats in piQ and 2:33
respectively. With Johnny Green be
hind him all the best qualities of
the racer will be brought into play.
In a close race a good jockey is a
big factor in making the wire ahead
The racer Indigo is in prime con
dition and shows well on the track.
He has the sharp turns in tho
half mile course down pat jloing
them better than any other racer,
and in a way it looks as if he is a
bout to turn the trick and even up
scores with Major Collier, which how
ever does not seem to bother the
backers, of the famous Maui racer
Another fine racer iB Lady Ber
nice, a dark bay mare, entered by
A., Garcia. She is from the coast and
had beaten another horse in a match
race in. Honolulu. She is ono of the
dark horses, and will make Adriana
Leco-urcur, Copit and St. Avon hus
tle some when the Hag drops.
The pacing stallion from Kauai,
Lihue, will have all he can do to
get ahead of Naniwa, who has a re
cord to the good in trotting races.
But then Jake, the unknown may
keep the two a-guessing.
Major Collier is one of tho best
racers tmtered. He has a whole string
of winnings to his credit, and had
beaten Indigo three times on the
Hilo track, January 1, 190!), where
he made a mile in 1:50. Number
nine on tho program will bo interst-
ing when Indigo will race with him
against the unknown Lady C.
Mr. 11. Gross' beautiful sorrel
gelding Maui has attracted consider
able "attention. Once the trainer let
him out for a quarter of a mile, and
his time was ticket off on soveral stop
watches. Interested backers of the
other trotters exchanged grins and
remarked what show have we got
against a horse that never was on
th track befo, who can do that?"
The stop watches had registered
31 J seconds for the quarter mile
Reyvera or Revotta is another
racer whoso performances will be
watched with interest.
' St. Avon is another beautiful ani
mal from John O'Rourke's stables.
He is a dark horse that .will keep all
tho others guessing. Ho is to run
against Copit in three races which
will make things especially interest
ing for Jerry's pet.
Telephone Tenyou is a line sorre
mare and Young Station an un
known animal owned by Japanese
Both are bunched to run against tho
old time favorite Aidion.
Another ono of John O' Rourke's
lino horses is Webber. It is said ho
is after Major Collier's scalp, but
the backers of Major Collier are
quite willing to have him try it, witl
them its "the more the merrier."
Louis Warren's bay Warning
a great horse. Among those who
claim to know, Warning is checked
ofl as one who will come the nearest
of any to tho $500 purso in the milo
and a quarter race, but-there'
Judge Kingsbury Preaches-
Rev. Kroll is Transferred.
Postmaster Waal's little daughter
tVugusta has returned from St. An-
Irews' Priory, and is enjoying her
vacation at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead of Wai-
luku are the guests of Postmaster
Mr. and Mrs. Wescoatt of Puu
nene were at tho Pioneer Hotel last
There were live bahtisms at Holy
Innocents' Church on June 19.
At Holy Innocents' Church Sun
day morning, the Rev. Leopold
Kroll informed the Sunday school
children that Mrs. Folsotn would
take charge of the school On July 3.
An infant was baptized. The Holy
Communion was celebrated at 11 a.
A Korean service was held in
the afternoon. At the vesper ser
vice at 7 y. in., Mr. Kroll preached
his farewell sermon; in whjeh he
urged his hearers to practise the vir
tues of faith, patience, moderation,
charity and godliness.
On Wednesday afternoon a re
ception was held in honor of the
Rev. Leopold Kroll and family.
Mrs. Folsom and Miss Blake.
Mrs. Whitehead and children loft
Monday. Augusta Waal acconpa
nied them. Mrs. Whitehead and
family will come back to Lahaina
within a few days.
Father Maurus is in Honolulu.
Mr. arid Mrs. Burnham have gone
to Kona to attend the church con
vention. Edward C. Robinson has passed
the law examination before Judge
Mr. Ralston of the Wireless Sta
tion has been granted a holiday for
two weeks by tho company.
Judge S. B. Kingsbury preached
for Mr. Burnham while he was in
Lahaina holding court.
Judge Dickey of Honolulu ad
dressed the Christian Endeavor so
ciety and Sunday school while in
Lahaina attending court. He and
his father, Senator Dickey have just
returned from a trip around the
Mr. Eckhart, tho sewing-machine
agent recently died of tuberculosis
On the north side of the building
formerly known as the Lahaina
hotel a spacious veranda has been
constructed by Mr. Newcomb, the
There was a large attendance of
visitors at tho closing exercises of
the Lahaina school.
Tho Rev. Leopold Kroll and fam
ily left for Honolulu Wednesday
evening. Bishop Rcstarick has
transferred Mr. Kroll from Lahaina
to tho Cathedral, Honolulu. Ho will
succeed Mr. Simpson, who has re
signed to go to the mainland.
Young Sam is another new horso
whoso record is not known, and who
some of tho sports are saying will be
Indigo's meat, but, these things
are always written with huts" in
them, should he wrest the half a
mile trophy from Telephone ho will
be sure to make it interesting for In
digo in the three quarter of a mile
run for the 8200 purso.
There are twenty-live entries re
gistered and talk about Wailuku
getting interested, why tho boot
blacks make a noise like staking tho
whole of their hard earned nickels
on tho favorites any day, and neg
lect their work time and again to
argue about tho merits and points
of ono horso as against that of an
other. Talk alwut interest I Tho
fourth of July races arc all the rage
Ion Maui just now.
To be Posted at Kahului Race
Track July the Fourth.
Arrangements have been com
pleted whereby the Wireless service
will bo open all day Monday, July
4th, to report tho Jeffries-Johnson
Boxing Contest by rounds as fast as
the news is received at Honolulu.
V telephone will be installed at the
Race Track in Kahului, and as fast
as tho news is received, it will be
placed on a Bulletin Board in front
of the Judge's stand. Professor
Schrader will act as Bandmaster
and news receiver boy.and in view of
tho fact that ho has a clear legible
hand, all persons will bo able to
read tho account of the big contest,
while at the same time watching
the excellent horse-racing pro
grammed. The Jeiiries-Johnson
fight commences in Reno, Nevada,
at 1:30 P. M. or about 9 A. M.
Kahului time, so that by 11 o'clock
or noon, the news of the first
rounds should be received.
Everything is in readiness at the
Kahului track for the big day, and
from present in'dicatione, the bleach
ers, the grand stand, and the eit-
closuree. will bo filled to overflowing.
Tho M.aui Racing Association desire
to lay particular stress on the fact
that the races will commence ot 9
o'clock sharp and no later, and all
of the race officials will bo on hand
promptly at that hour. The Clerk
of. the Course, W. E. Bal, wilPhave
the horses for tho first ra,ce ready to
start at? this hour. Tickets liavc
bciii distributed at different stores
for sale. There will probably be a
rush for tickets on the morning of
tho fourth, and if people desire to
save delay, they should obtain their
tickets now, and avoid the necessity
of buying at tho ticket window in
Tlie leaders of the Maui Prohibi
tion League opened up the prohibi
tion campaign on this Island with a
meeting in the Waihee Church Sa
turday evening of last week. The
meeting was well attended and Win.
White or' Qily Bill was the main
speaker supported by a number of
local people, Ixith men and women,
who also spoke for the cause.
Among those who came to scoff
was the president of the local anti
prohibition club, who was so much
under the influence of liquor that
he was-overcome and tumbled in a
heap on tho floor. White took ad
vantage of the incident to illustrate
his remarks, and to point a moral
and adorn a tale, declaiming An
tony like over the evil influences of
tho drink enemy until two of the
friends of the victim lifted him up
on their shoulders and carried him
out of tho meeting, a sure enough
exhibit of the evils resulting from
tho abuse of liquor.
Sunday following tho campaign
ers addressed prohibition meetings
in Waichu and Waikapu, which
were pretty well attended by lioth
Mommy morning in company
with Mr. John Kalino, White left
for Ulupalakua, and tho two cam
paigners intend to cover the whole
of the Makawao district before re
turning to wauuku, where it is
planned to hold a big meeting on
Market street in tho heart of the
booze stronghold this evening.
FOR JACK ATKINSON
Taft Meets Roosevelt-Zeppelin's Airship Wrecked
Among Tree Tops.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
riugar 4.30 Beets It 9Jd.
HONOLULU, July 1. Robert
committed suicide on board shortly
i note saying ho was tired of life.
lestination during the day.
I ho Board of Immigration has
Jack Atkinson duo here from the
made threats to mob him.
Lane, over whom trouble arose
indicted for a more serious offence than that of vagrancy, though sen
tenced to jail for the latter offence.
Phoney booze is to be sent to the Mainland by dealers who carry it
Guardianship is again asked for old man Sumner on account of
possible disposition and waste of
RENO, July 1. Tom Sharkey
tho big fight. It was dated at Laramio and Tom is supposed to be on
his way here.
The ficllters have Ollit tiainincr. Jnhnsmi nnlnrpil WnnrUnrii
Langford's manager, olit of his training cairp today,
BEVERLY, July 1. The meeting between Taft and . Roosevelt
was conspicuous for marked'cordiality displayed between the two.
Senator Lodge was present at the
TOKIO, July 1. Port Arthur
all nations heretofore denied the
ation of Uorea by Japan is imminent,' and the reported agreement
with Russia has strengthened belief in the extinction of the Hermit
ALBANY, July 1. The direct
spite of Roosevelt's endorsement.
HONOLULU, Juno 30. Cuthcart and Bockus had words in the
Grand Jury room and the lio passed between them. Cathcart and
Milverton were excluded from the
called in. Judge Cooper, however, decided the Grand Jury was not
acting within its powers in calling in an outsider on the Holt question.
The Jury may be diecharged as having no legal right to indict on ac
count of it.
Japanese high wage agitators are to be paroled and deported.
( Another prisoner escaped from tho chain gang yesterday. ,
J. A.Kennedy has been elected president of tho Ilaumauma Oil
HONOLULU, June 29. The
investigated 40 complaints, finding
ill. Nothing of a sensational character. ,
The Territorial Grand Jury indicted two soldiers for assault on a
Marston Campbell will accept
tractor tomorrow. ,
Ewa produced to date 80,500 tons of sii,ar.
ANNAPOLIS, June 29 Midshipmen Morse and Thomas witk
Mrs, Joseph Bouyer were all drowned together while bathing aher'e
CAMBRIDGE, June 29. Harvard has bestowed degrees of doctor
of laws on J. Pierpont Morgan, the
and Horace Porter.
CHICAGO, June 29. In the
tion with Senator Lorrimer bribery
BEVERLY, June 29. Taft and
NEW YORK. June 29. Refined
KANSAS CITY, Juno 29.--Hyde has been denied his motion for
PRESCOTT, June 80. -Joe Gans died today from tuberculosis.
LYNCHBURG, June 30. Senator Daniels died here today. He
had an attack of cerebral hemorrhage yesterdav which resulted in to
tal paralysis, and death waB expected.
RENO, Jnne 30.--Jeffries is
seven that he will win out, and
will not go over eighteen rounds.
NEW YORK, June 30. Roosevelt has taken a hand in nolitics
by coming out in the open with a
primary land. 1 his is the bill which Governor Hughes is trying to
get tho legislature to anact at the special session.
RENO, Juno 29. There are
Excitement is running high and
DUSSELDORF, June 29. Zeppelin's big airship haB fallen inU
the forest of Peutoburi:er. The crew of thirteen and twenty passengers
NEW YORK, June 2u The Grand Jury has returned a report
exonerating tho State of New York in the matter of the white slavje
charges. It is not believed to bo an orgauized business,
Rau, an oiler on the ColumbiaaY
after breakfast yesterday. He feft
The Columbian will sail for her
asked for police protection for
Orient today. The Russians have
in the Grand Jury room, has been
the little property now owned by
wired a challenge to the winner of
is open to the merchant marine of
privilege. It is rumored the annex
primary bill has been killed in
deliberation and Andrews was
Federal Grand Jury reported having
21 true bllis, and the remainder no
tho Nttuanu dam from tho con
rich financier, Governor Hughes
case of Browiu charged in connec
scandals the jury disagreed.
Roosevelt will meet one anothsr
suvar linn !nni nn.lnn nnl n
a O " - "
the favorite, tho betting being ten to
even money is offored that tho fight
request for the enactment of a direct
nobig bets on tho result of tho fight.
the Governor says he will not inter