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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, December 16, 1911, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1911
What the Wrestlers, Boxers and Base
Ball Artists Are Doing.
The Honolulu Bulletin, is just
about aa far from the mark regard
ing the bowling alleys of the terri
tory, as in all other sporting matters.
Recently that paper made a state
ment that Honolulu had the only
all maple alleys in the territory.
Orer here on Maui we have two al
leys at Puunene and two at Wai
luku, that cannot be surpassed any
where in America. The alleys are
of maple, and in the case of the
Puunene alleys the equipment is
The San Francisco Examiner has
the following on Barney Joy :
Barney Joy is coming back. Re
member Barney? Of course, you
do. Barney has long been famous
as the possessor of one of the finest
specimens of the osicephalio cra
nium in existence. Barney was for
tunate enough to pitch for the Seals
through one whole season. Then he
was sold to the Boston Red Sox, a
misguided scout from Beantown hav
ing seen Barney in action in one of
those games where headwork wasn't
needed. How Barney could pitch
in a game like that! Anyway, Bar
ney went back to Honolulu at the
end of 1907 season and has since
pitched for the Aloha Demons and
the Banana Sundaes and several
others of the Honolulu City League
clubs. They have howled more
against him than for him in the
Paradise of the Pacific.
' Boston took action on Barney
just a few weeks ago, selling him to
Spokane. It is understood that a
postage stamp was involved in the
transaction. At any rate, the re
appearance of his name in the
columns of organized baseball re
ports brought to Barney the realiza
tion that he has not been forgotten.
So he is comingl back. He has
written to Spokane that he will re
port for duty with the coming of the
new season. Also he is in great con
dition right now.
', The curious part of it is that Spo
kane is rejoicing already. Fans there
seems to be of the opinion that the
big Hawaiian is a world beater, a
whirlwind, a thing of beauty and a
joy forever as a twirler.--' Still, there
will be a few skeptical San Francisco
fans who will regard Barney as a
large bunk of imported citrus until
he demonstrates differently. The
swath that Barney almost cut in the
Coast four years ago continues to
linger in memory.
Recently football experts here de
clared that under a strict intepreta
tion of the rules, Princeton's victory
over Yale was illegal. Now the cri
tics, on similar grounds, are won
dering if, after all, Harvard did not
.beat Yale. They base their claims
v Sor a Harvard victoryon ruie 6. Be&
tion 9, which would seem to indicate
- that an incompleted forward pass
made by Camp from behing Yale's
goal. line constituted a safety and
One new case of scarlet fever was
reported at Lahaina this weck.
VUVIgu Ull VI 1I1I04 IVlllgOUUl J HIV
leavin to sixnd the holidays in Ho
Supervisor Henning and Mrs.
Henhing of Lahaina were in town
A daughter was born to the wife
of A T. Anderson, at Kahului, on
Mrs. Manuel Nunes presented
her husband with a baby boy. last
Friday night Jno. M. Medeiros
has already signed him for the Paia
W. G. Scott has just returned
from his regular tour of inspection
through Lahaina district. '.
The coroners jury in the case of
the Chinese suicide in Paia Camp
returned a verdiet that the deceased
came to bis death, by hanging him
self with a fish .line suspended from a
Miguel Bulaskey a teamster o
the Paia plantation was kicked to
death by a muie in tne pianiatum
stables last Friday. He leaves
wife and 4 children.
J. M. Machado of the Pioneer
Store was in Paia Wednesday in
the interests of the Btore.
Dr. Soga is enlarging his hospital
back of bis residence.
The manv friends of Mamie.
Nunes will be glad to learn that he
is out of the hodpital and improving
There is a case of typhoid fever in
the h ospital run by Dr. Mori, on
Market St reet.
Mr. J. J. Walsh returned Tues
day, alter a tedious time on tne
There will be a meeti ng of the
Maui Loan Fund Commission at
the Board of Supervisors rooms
The Board of License Commis
sioners has suspended the license of
K. SUnder of Kahului, for one
week, for violating the license law.
The Kindergarten Christmas Tree
was held Thursday morning at the
Kindergarten rooms. It was very
pretty, well loaded, and there were
lots of children present.
Mrs. 11. r. bald win was a pas
senger last week to Honolulu. She
will visit her daughter Mrs. J. P.
Cooke for several weeks, returning
to Maui the last of the month.
The Maui Library Association
would be grateful for any books that
those interested in the library wish
to donate. Send them to Mrs. A
Gossin at the library in Wailuku.
Those who enjoy dancing may
expect a delightful time at the
Gymnasium dance to be given at
the Gymnasium on the 30th of this
month. This will be a New Year's
Rev. Henry P. Judd will preach
at the Makawao church next Sun
day morning. Rev. R. B. Dodge
will preach at Kahului in the morn
ing and at Wailuku as usual in the
The Committee on the Maui
library are as follows: Rev. R. B.
Dodge, Messrs Frank F. Baldwin.
William Searby, David C. Lindsay,
Hon. Selden B. Kingsbury, Rev.
William S. Short, Daniel H. Case
Word was received Tuesday even
ing of the death of Miss Carrie E.
Wheeler, sister-in-law of the Kev.
Win. S. Short of this city. . The
death occurred in Bethel, Connecti
cut, November 27th. Requiescat in
A Japanese driver for the Maui
Wine & Liquor Company fell from
the wagon the other day. He seems
to have landed on his head, and
for several days lost the power of
speech. He is at the Malulani
hospital and is recovering.
B. Dominique has sold his bar'
ber shop. The new barber seems to
know his business, and no doubt
will inaugurate many improvements
and run the shop in a manner which
will be a credit to the town.
A Japanese laborer, who had been
discharged from the Wailuku plan
tat ion, took bis revenge for fancied
wrongs, on a fellow countryman
last Saturday night. The fight was
short, but furious, and the avenger
is now in jail, where he will have
plenty of time to brood over his
Arrivals at the Maui Hotel : Otto
H. Swezy, Theo. Bauman, W. S
Crane, Leon Tobriner, Edwin Farm
er, A. S. Prescott, Honolulu; Sam
Heller. Milwaukee, Wis. : W. W
Taylor, Kipahulu: Chock Chong,
Hilo; Mr. and Mrs. William Hen-
ning and two children, Lahaina.
The concrete steps and walk are
being built at the Union church this
week. The furniture for the build
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ing is an nere, two oi me large
windows arrived a lew days ago
At the meeting of the Trustees and
Standing Committee held last Sun
day evening, the date for the dedi
cation was set for the 21st of Janu-
t TY 1 I
ary. A large numoer oi nonoium
people have already signined their
intention of coming for the opening
of the new church.
In another column we publish an
ad" calling on sportsmen to send
in their written views on the best
plan to spend the money now in
the hands of the county treasurer,
to be . used for the preservation and
importation of game birds. It
would seem better if the sportsmen
could get together and put their
views in concrete form, and thus
let the county fathers act on the
suggestion of a committee appointed
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