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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1912.
The Polo Season.
For some weeks past the polo enthu
siasts have been putting in some stre
nuous practice every Saturday after
noon nn at the Sunnvsido nolo field.
What the Wrestlers, Boxers and Base Mnul nlwftyg Bemi9 IV crtvc team to
Honolulu, for the inter-island cham
pionship matches, and from all ap
pearances the team this year will ho
the heat ever sent out of Maui. The
team as chosen will bo: No. 1, A.
.V. Collins; No 2, Harold Rico;
No. 3, F. F. Baldwin: No. 4, Dave
Many new men have como out
this year, and while nono of them
have shown speed enough to make
the team, still they arc all working
strenuously on the second team, in
an effort to give the first team the
hard practice they need in order to
perfect their play.
When the Maui team comes back
with the championship tho second
team will share in the triumph, as
they will have the satisfaction of
knowing it was their untiring efforts
which helped make the team what
Maui has always gone on the
field well mounted, but this year
they are better off in this respect
than ever. Several new ponies are
being worked and when the cham-
ship series is played these new
ones together with the tried veterans
will have the speed to carry tho
team to victory-
Prominent Chinaman Dies.
Ball Artists Arc Doing.
Of all games lawn. tennis appears
to afford tho only exception to tho
rule "youth will be served.'' Youth
takes a back seat on the tennis courts
and age and experience combine to
hold the upper baud. Though this
game calls for the agility of youth
more strongly than any other sport,
the veterans appear able to offset
this quality which is plainly against
them with craftiness and stroke
control, which can only be acquired
through long terms of hard practice.
The cracks of yesterday are tho
cracks of today, and they continue
to calmly brush aside the younger
aspirants, seemingly saying not
yet,'' ami forebearing to even add
but sooit" The Larueds, Cloth
iers, Wrights and Littles, who were
making tennis history in America
ten years ago, have been able to
block the Delirs, Toucliaids, Mo
Louglilins and other phenomenal
players of llieyounger set from the
first place. In England it is true
that Wilding, the cliampion.'s only
ahout rfU years ot age, hut, lie isa
veteran player, having won bis first
important tourney in 185)8.
ins JMieliHii championship was
won in 11) 10, when the old English
veterans, II. L. ami R. F. Doherty,
A. II. Smith and F. II. llisely had
all retired from play, and in the
liiht two years lie has retained Ins Sunday night, the 5th, Tarn Sing,
honors with considerable dilliculty, a wellknown Chinese merchant.dicd
not from young' players, hut from nt his homo in Makawao of hemor-
Dixon, Barret and Gore, the latter rimg0 0f the lungs Several years
of whom is 44 years old, while the llg0 ho suffered severely from pneu-
uiniT imi iiiu fiiui i'mim' in uiu iui i,v- monl!V an(l Bincc then lias never
five mark been in robust health.
In Australia, Brooks ten years Ho was born in Canton, China,
ago was the leading player, and ho about 59 years ago and came to Ma
has maintained his supremacy ever kawao 'thirty-three years ago as
since. bookkeeper for Tam Yau, who had
liven sectional championships established a general store threo
have been generally Held by expe- years previous. Later Tain Yau,
neneed players throughout America. Tarn Sing, and Tam Chong formed
The Pacific coast is the one section a partnership and conducted a thriv
in which youth has frequently sue- ing business in Makawao until sev-
ceeded in toppling the old-timers eraljyears ago when Tam Sing bought
from the place of honor. out his two partners and becamo
Sam and Sumner Hardy, Melvillo solo proprietor,
H. Long and Maurice McLoughlin He is survived by a widow and
all gained the coast championship thirteen children. Ho was a mem-
beforo they had attained the age of her of the Hawaiian Lodge of
17 years. This dies not show that Knighls of Pythias, a delegation of
our men are likely to go back sooner its members being present at his
than those of other eetione, but funeral.
ii . i i . I., i tin i
r.uuer inai our piayeis ran rareiy The luneral services which were
afford to continue the hard practice largely attended by all classes and
neeusary to maintain their positions denominations were held in thoneAV
after they finish' their school and St. Joseph's church, at Makawao,
college life. Rev. Father Rodrigues of Paia ofii-
In the Eastern States many of the ciating.
experts are so situated that they can Though Tam Sing did not openly
suit themselves in this respect, and become a Christian until the night
where this is the ease they make a of his death, his conduct whether
goon snowing against, me younger in public or private, in lamily or
players who try to dispose them. business life seemed always to have
California players, however, have been based upon Christian princi-
strong hopes that this yrar one of pies. His amiability of character
their star youngsters will walk away caused him to make many friends.
with the blue ribbon of American
tennis, and a strong delegation will
be sent East after the national
i he Eastern tennis journal, in
discussing the possibilities of the
"young blood," have come to the
conclusion that the thrills of the
game will be furnished almost exclu
sively by the young Californians,
and agree that without them the
last two seasons would have been
devoid of interest.
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Wm. A.Conway Passes Away.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
The Tax Appeal.
An old and respected resident of
Maui, Win. A. Conway, died last
Thursday, May 2, at his homo in
Waikapu. About two years ago
Mr. Conway underwent an operation
and since that time ho has never
been robust health.
Mr. Conway was born in Hilo, in
18G0. He was educated in Hilo
and Lahaina- After leaving school
he worked for many years as freight
The following aro returns sent in clerk on tho different Inter-Island
and tho assessed valuations, by the boats. Ho was the first lighthouso
Tax office, of tl.e different com- keeper at Maalaea bay, and served
panics and individuals, who have as steamship agent at that point for
appealed: Haleakala Itanch Co., 18 years.
returned 8150,000, assessed 8200,- In 1885 Mr. Conway married
000: Wailuku Sugar Co., returned Mary Poepoo Silva of Waikapu.
83,250,000, assessed 4,000,000; V. One son was born to Mr. and
O. Aiken (.Makawao;, returned Mrs. Conway, who died of pneu
81476, assessed 82712; W. C. Crook monia while attending tho Kame-
(Makawao), returned 81150, as- hatneha Proparatory School in Ho
nolulu, in 1902.'
Mr. Conway was a man of quiet
disposition and highly respected by
everyone with whom ho came in
difference, contact. He leaves a widow and
two sisters to mourn his loss.
Notick oi' Dkawing of Grand and
Notice is hereby given that the draw
ing of Grand and Trial Jurors to serve
and net as such during the June, 1912,
Term of the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, will take
place in the Court Room of the said
Court, at Wailuku, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Tuesday,
the 21st day of May, A. D. 1912, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of said day.
S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec
ond Circuit, T. II .
May ii, 18.
Easter lilies for Decoration Dav.
MISS I. RENWICK,
sessed 82000; F. G. Correa (Maka
wao). returned $6550, assessed
Totals Jteturned 83,409,176, as
The Maui Soda & Ice Works
Want Empty Soda Bottles.
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LODGE MAU I, No. 984, A.F.&A.M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hull, Kihului, on the first
Saturday nijrbt of each month at 7.30
Visltinp brethren ure cordially In
vited to attend.
HUGH HOWELL, R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.-
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the ,
Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each-,
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
C H. HANSEN, C. C.
ARTHUR BETTS, K. R, & S.
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