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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1911
: Xocals 3
Mrs. D. H. Case returned Tuesday
evening from her visit to Honolulu.
Dr. Weddick received by the Lnrlitie
yesterday, a new 191 1 model Hudson
The engagement has been announced
of M. S. Deponte of Tain and Miss Sarah
Souza of Haniakuapoko.
Mrs. F. V. Baldwin was severely sha
ken up this week by being thrown from
Rev. Mr. Smith, Dr. Doretnus Scudder
and Rev. R. B. Dodge are to make the
trip around East Maui next week.
There will be a meeting of the Maui
Racing Association at town hall next
Saturday evening, July 29,1911, at 7:30
Jack Duggan came over last Tuesday
from Honolulu. He is looking over the
ground with a view to putting in a bid
jor the road work to be done beyond
Miss Wodehouse, who is visiting in
Wailuku was thrown while riding horse
back this week, and is suffering from a
broken arm. A nurse from the Paia
hospital had a similar accident, and is
laid up with a broken leg.
Rev. R. E. Smith, the Pastor of the
First Methodist Church of Honolulu will
preach at the Paia Union Church tomor
row morning at eleven o'clock, and at
the Wailuku Union Church at half past
seven in the evening.
There is a party of tourists stopping
at the Maui hotel who has come all the
way from Virginia to Wailuku to visit
the birthplace of General Armstrong.
This is the first time any of the party
have been on Maul, and though they
have been world travellers, they are
charmed with the beauty of the valley,
and the grandeur of Haleakala.
The Annual Meeting of the Wailuku
Union Church was held at the William
and Mary Alexander Parsonage on
Tlmradav evenine. The meeting was
called to order by the Minister of the
Church Rev. Rowland B. Dodge. A
large number of the members were pre
sent to consider the important business
before the Church. A proposed new
Charter for the Incorporated body was
adopted, as were also a new Constitution
and By-Laws, and a carefully drawn up
set of Rules for the Government of the
work of the. Church. These together
with a brief history of the organization
will constitute the Manual of the Church.
A Standing Committee was organized to
assist in all departments of the Church
work. Messrs. H. P. Penhallow, D. H.
Case, C. E. Copeland, Judge Wm. A.
McKay, and O. J. Whitehead were elect
ed Trustees, Mr. W. Leslie West Treas
urer, Mr. Geo. W. Wilber and Hon.
Selden B. Kingsbury Deacons, Mrs. C.
M. Roberts and Miss Clarlotte L. Tur
- News From Up Country.
Continued from Page 1)
It is a long while since Wailuku
fans have seen nnything that re
sembles .1 baseball game. Last Sun
day 11 few of the live ones, under
the leadership of Frank Crawford,
engineer at the Wailuku Sugar Mill,
took on the Japanese, and trimmed
them to the tune of 13 to 7- The
boys were plainly out of practice,
but they showed enough class to
beat the Japs. Incidentally they
snowed Hashes 01 speed that gave
evidence of better games to come.
The Paia team will be taken on to
morrow, and with last Sunday's
game under their belts, the local
team should put up a better game.
There is one point that it might
be well to impress on the boys, and
that is they can only win games by
taking chances on the bases. The
tendency in all amateur teams is to
hug the bags, and wait for a hit to
advance the runner. Thi team
that wins the most games, however,
is the team that makes their oppon
ents throw the ball.
The fans turned out in good
number last Sunday, and they
should repeat tomorrow, as the boys
deserve all the encouragement pos
sible. The Paia team is as follows: M.
Tanaka, catch; F. Robinson, pit
cher; Correiia, first base; A. Ro
binson, second base; J. Rocha,
third base; Kamali, short stop;
Arcia, center field; Rodrigues, left
field ; Nunes, right field ; Capellas
and Medeiros, subs.
ney, Worthington, and F. W,
On thp. 24th.. three Haiku home
steads were assigned to Mrs. Geo
Wilbur, W. R. Patterson, and A.
n Pwra bv Bub-Land Agent W. O.
Aiken at Wailuku Court House
The settlement association tander
which application was made for the
TTniku ffovernment land consisted
nrieinallv of fourteen members,
ihe other eleven dropping out.
On the 25th., Professor Geo
Meade of the University of Chicago
nWnmnanied by two girl 'varsity
students made the ascent of Halea
tio RVi".vil Commissioners have
,ir,tP,l TI. M. Wells, C. E.
Copeland, W. W. Taylor, andG.S
Raymond as! the four supervising
principals of Maui each to have in
charge all tb schools situated with
in one district.
Mrs. E. Dfc Baldwin of Honolulu
is the guest f the W. A. Baldwin's
tif Haiku. 1
Mrs. T. M. Church and children
of Honolulu &Ve occupying for the
summer the teacher's' cottage of the
Paia private ichool.
Mrs. W. ML Graham and son of
Honolulu ari visitors at W. C.
Crook's in Mpkawao.
The W. Dl SloKiietts' of Keahua
will soon cl
Mr. S. E.
Kko is still
from a vicic
ange their residence to
Taylor of Hamakua
suffering from serious
ved by an 'ugly" fall
Delightful at present,
though for ieveral weekB past trade
wind gales, (thick dust, and spray-
like shower have made out door
The inmates of the Baldwin home
on JMoiokai, wishing to add theirs
to the many expressisons of sym
pathy, have forwarded the follow
ing to Mrs. H. P. Baldwin :
To the Widow Mrs. Jt. P. Bald
WHEREAS, the unexpected visit
of the Angel of Death has terminat
ed the duration of the earthly life
of your most beloved husband, the
Honorable H. P. Baldwin; and
WHEREAS, the Honorable H. P.
Baldwin, having been a wide-known
charitable man throughout the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, has done for us
deeds of charity on numerous oc
casions in the past, and among
which, the Asylum, known as
''Baldwin Home," Kalawao, ex
ceeded all ;
THEREFORE, be it resolved,
that we, inmates of Baldwin Home
and victims of the dreaded scourge
are persuaded by the ever-lasting
departure of the great philanthro
pist to express our deep sorrow and
our most tender feelings of respect
for his memory.
Be it futher resolved, that we ask
permission to join in your sorrow
and to mourn together for him on
this bank of the "Black River;"
Be it still further resolved, that
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copies of these resolutions he ior-
warded to the widow and to the
A. S. Kahoohalahala, Ch'rm'n
A. J. Kauhaihap
Baldwin Home, Kalawao,
July 21st., 1911.
WAIWAIOLE. In Wailuku, Maui, to
the wife of J. H. Waiwaiole, a son.
MULES FOR SALE.
By each trip of the S. S. Enter
prise we are receiving a fresh supply
of California Horses and Mules
Write for costs, stating size and kind
of animals wanted. We are hand
ling only young and sound animals
and are in a position to give you the
best price and finest of stock. .
Volcano Stables & Transportation Co.
RataM Raillipoed Co
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
LUMBER - HARD AVOOD - MOULDINGS-
SASH DOORS - COAL - WOOD
CEMENT - FIRE CLAY - NATIONAL
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FENCING - Corrugated and Plain Galvan
ized Iron, Terra Cotta, Soil, Lead and
Fittings, etc., etc.
Gasoline and Distillate in
Small Gasoline Storage Tanks for Garag
es on Display. Call and see tliem.
Due Middle of JUly: 250,000 feet of
principal sizes of Northwest Lumber.
Due Latter Part of July: Cargo
of Bed wood Lumber.
Due Middle of August: First of
three Cargoes of Northwest Lumber.
Due Middle of September: Car
go of White Bros. Cement, Co wen Firebricks
and Fireclay from England.
KLhului Railroad Co.