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TIIE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912.
Baseball Last Sunday.
Two games of ball phiyed were in
llieilocnl It-ague serie9 last Sunday,
and the brand of ball put up was not
what was to be expected at this wtnge
of the garni. Paia beat Kahului
by one run, and but for some very
yellow work by the Kahului out
field, the score would have been re
versed. MeCauley outpitched Dunn,
but threw the game away on two
separate occasions when, with two
men down he tried to catch the run
ner instead of playing for the batter.
Paia was extremely lucky in getting
In the second game the J. A. C.
team walloped the tailenders, the
Camp Ones. The less said alout
this game the better, as there was
nothing good about it. It was
about as weird an exhibition of the
national game as one would care to
The game in the morning between
the Stars and the Haiku team was
hardly a practice for the Stars.
They made nine runs in the first
inning, and after that they switch
ed about trying all sorts of com
binations. The scorer lest track of
the tallies, but it was something
like 17 to 7.
Aftermarth of the Races.
That John O'Rourke is game, has
long been conceded. Friday, dur
ing a talk about the racing of the
previous day he said he was per
fectly willing to stay here a week,
and pull off a match race between
his colt --Sonoma, and either of
Louis Warren's colts for $500 or
$1000 a side. He also etaid he
would be willing to match Merlingo
against (rood Cheer for a substantial
side bet. Now gentlemen step up
and name your poison.
Lahaina ' Lines
The Fairy Revel presented by the
Lahaina Public School, was delight
ful and Superb Mrs. Nora Gannon
and other teachers were busily en
gaged in the preparations for nearly
three months. The queen of the
fairies appeared in royal splendor,
and the marches, songs and dances
of her fairy subjects were facinating
and enchanting. The frolic of the
bears were 'very funny, and the gay
pranks of the brownies were equally
amusing. The, performance was
brought to a happy conclusion with
elegent tableaux. Ihe program is
....We Have Come From Fairy
Hail to Our Fairy Queen
From Our Home
4. Semi Chorus and Chorus . . .
Song of the Spring Fairies
5. Semi Chorus and Chorus . . .
Song of the Summer Fairies
6. Fairy Revel. . .
Autumn and Winter Fairies
7. Bear Dance
Sung by Summer Fairies
8. Semi Chorus
.... We are Tiny Little Fairies From
9. Semi Chorus and Chorus . . .
Song of the Autumn Fairies
10. Semi Chorus and Chorus. .
Song of the Winter Fairies
11. Seuii Chorus
, Song of the Brownies
12. Semi Choru3;
Song of the Chinese Fairies
Chorus Good Night
Now We're Off to Fairyland
Judge Kingsbury gave a bright
and cheery address, with excellent
advice to young people, on Sunday
afternoon. Songs were sung by
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Case returned on
'lie Claudine this nior ninir.
Dan Weight came over from Hilo for
the Fourth of lulv celebration.
J. It. Bonn ell and family have been on
Maui the past week. Mr. Bouuell is in
the vulcanizing business in Honolulu.
Billy Bal and Joaquin Garcia will both
be out of the Star lineup Sunday. Camp
One may put one over on the crippled
R. B. Bond, who has been here for a
week seeing to the starting of the new
electric plant, returned on the Kilauea
Dr. Farrell was up from Honolulu for
the races. He was right on band when
Rome fell, and his quick work did much
to relieve the sufferer.
Something over $2000 was taken in
Thursday at the races. This makes the
committee in charge feel as though their
efforts had been worth while.
A party of eight Germans arrived on
the Lurline this morning. They will
spend some time on Maui as the guists
of Manager Weinzeimer of the Pioneer
A delegation of twentv Foresters came
over on the Mikauala Wednesday morn
ing. They lauded at Lahaina and came
over to Wailuku on Autonino G arcia's
big auto truck.
II anawaki Kruger was here Thursday.
Hanawaki says he could not stay away.
When asked where Harry Murray was he
said "Oh Jeff came to Maui, but Mutt
stayed at home."
H. Gooding Field came over from Hilo
to officiate as judge at the races. His
was a wise selection, as he is a horseman
from the ground up. He returned on
the Claudine today.
Rev. Short went over to Honolulu
Friday eveniug to fill Canon Ault's
place. He will be gone for a month,
and during his absence the officiating
clergymen will be announced each week.
The Woman's Guild of the Church or
the Good Shepherd will bold its Bocial
meeting at the residence of Mrs. McKay
on Wednesday July 10. " This will be the
last meeting before the adjournment for
the summer months.
Geo. Edwards and J. Q. . Baptist have
bought out Joe do-Rego's interest in the
Do Rego & Edwards Auto Co. Mr. Do
Rego is no longer conucetted with the
rirm. The business will be carried on
under, the same name.
Sunday school and service at the Church
of the Good Shepherd to-morrow as usual.
The Rev. D. D. Wallace of Kealakekua,
Hawaii will conduct the services as the
Rector will be away. Service will be
omitted at Puunene Sunday evening.
W. T. Knight, agent for the A His
Chalmers company, from whom the Wai-
lukus electric plant was bought, came
over Wednesday, and has been busy get
ting the machinery adjusted to its proper
working capacity. Knight is surely a
Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Nahaolelua
gave a farewell dinner last Friday night
at their home in Wailuku, for Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Dominisof the Honolulu
Telephone, Co. Mr. Uominis has been
engaged by the Maui Telephone Co. for
some mouths past.
The firm of Douthett & Coke came
over on the Mauna Kea Wednesday even-
to enjoy the races. Eddie Douthett has
not been on Maui for a couple of years,
and he was greatly impressed with the
rapid strides we have been making over
As the schooner W. F. Coates was
leaving the harbor at Kahului yesterday ,
she went on the reef opposite the
slaughter house. Her position looked
extremely dangerous for a time, but the
tugs got to work immediately, and by
some quick and strenuous work, the
schooner was pulled off, after about two
hours. On examination it was found
she bad not been seriously damaged, and
she put to sea.
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What' In a Name.
In "A Retrospect of Forty Years"
WlUlam Allen Butler tells this story
of Dr. William B. Sprague, pastor of
the Second Presbyterian church In Al
bany: After the birth of one of bis younger
sons Dr. Sprague was for some time
In doubt as to what name he should
give him, and the matter, as usual In
such cases, was a subject of family
discussion. Late one evening the food
doctor, who was a warm friend and
great admirer of Ambrose Spencer,
the chief Justice of the supreme court
of the state, knocked at the door of
his eldest daughter, who had retired,
and called out to her that he had de
cided on a name for her little brother,
announcing that It was to be "Ambrose
Spencer Sprague." A faint voice from
within responded, "Father, think of
the Initials." The doctor retired, and
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