Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1925 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
Newspaper Page Text
MAUI NEWS SUPPLEMENT
SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1910.
Fourth of July
Ball Game Line Up.
The Knhului Railroad and the
Wniluku teams will put up a base
ball game at Well's park, Wniluku,
afternoon of July 3rd and at Kabu
lui park in the afternoon July 4th.
.The boya hnvelcen working hard
practicing and will put up a good
game of hall at both places.
The line up for the Wniluku team,
W. E. Bid, manager, is: D. Es
pinda, pitcher; W. E. Bal Jr., cat
cher; Earnest Ah Nee, first base; C.
Bento, second base; Viela, third
base; S. Kaleo, left field; Geo. H.
. dimming, center field : W. Enos,
right field; Saknino, shortstop.
Substitutes, T, Cockett, D. Kckoo
wai, Katsutani, C. Bailey and Wm.
W. S. Mountcastle, manager' for
the Kahului Railroad team, will
have the following line up: Heine
English, catcher; Thos. IVdro,
pitcher; M. Coma, fust base; J.
Kahaawinui, second base; J. Cle
ment, third base; V. L. Ayau,
short stop; J Smythe, D. Arcia
and Kioshi, fielders. Wm. Espin
. A BOARDING SCHOOL POR BOYS '
Offers at Moderate Cost a Practical Education Preparing for Business or College Entrance
, Competent Staff of Resident Masters
v Main building from campus showin?
vegetable garden. Note open lanais.
Aliiolani College is beautifully situated at the mouth of Palulo Valley in the most healthful of
the Honolulu suburbs. The life and decipline are directed to the development of character and
manliness. Outdoor life and games given due prominence. Frequent expeditions to mountains
and beach are arranged. 8ecia attention given to Hinall Uiys. Resident Matron attends to com
fort of students Fees from $125 to $150 according to age. School commences Tuesday, Sept. 21.
Prospectus sent on reqiii-st, or may be obtained at ollice of this pacr.
L. C. BLACKMAN, Principal
P. O. BOX 52, HONOLULU