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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913.
On July 23 the Kcio baseball
team from Japan will arrive in
Honolulu, and the outfit will re
main five weeks in the islands.
The Keios are coming under con
tract to the Oiihu League and will
play games against the teams of the
big Honolulu league. A proposal
is on foot to try and have the Keios
visit Muni and play a team made
up of the best on this island.
The Keio University players aro
well known all over the United
Estates and in Hawaii. The team
has played many a gimo on the Ha
waiian diamonds and the players
have shown that they understand
the great American game, and that
they play it in real good style.
The proposition to bring the
Keios hero is a good ono and the
visitors could get a good game or
two against the All-Maui aggrega
tion. A number of the local mag
nates favor the scheme and there
will soon be something doing in the
way of making arrangements for
the Japanese to visit tho Valley
Inland. The scheme should be a
profitable one, as tho Japanese from
all the Maui plantations would,
doubtless, roll up to the grounds to
see their famous countrymen in ac
tion on the diamond.
A. C. 3.30 p. m., Kahului vs.
June 29 1.30 p. in., Lahaina vs.
J, A. C. 3.30 p.m., Kahului vs.
July 13 1.30 p. m., Kahului vs.
Lahaina. 3.30 p. m., Puuneno vs.
July 201.30 p. m., J. A. 0. vs.
Kahului. 3.30 p. m.( Lahaina vs.
July 27 1.30 p. m., Lahaina vs.
Stars. 3.30 p. in., Puunenc vs. J.
Aug. 3 1.30 p. m., Kahului vs.
Puuneno. 3.30 p. m., Stars vs. J.
Aug. 10 1.30 p. m., Lahaina vs.
A. 0. 3.30 p. m., Stars vs. Ka
There was a meeting of tho Maui
Boat and Country Club last Sunday,
at tho Beach house of W. S. Searby.
All tho directors that could possibly
attend, did so, and tho business of
the meeting was quickly gotten un
der way and proceeded with rapid
The first thing done was to take
up tho plans of the proposed club
house. This was dono and the
plans, as outiincd, went through
and were approved. The structure
will be the same as described last
week in this paper.
The directors who have tho stock
lists, report very encouragingly and
it was stated that over one hundred
shares of $20 each had been sub
scribed for. That was without hear
ing from Harold Rice, who is sure
to get a number of shares disposed
of. Lahaina is also to be heard
from, and there is no doubt that a
number of members will bo signed
up in that town and district. The
Maui club is for all Maui, and it is
expected that members will hail
from all over this island.
Tt took some time to arrange a
schedulo for the present ball season,
but the task is now completed. The
schedule is as follows:
April 20 2.30 p. m Kahului
vs. Stars, (pau).
April 27 1.30 p. m., Kahului
vs. "Lahaina. 3.30 p.m., Stars vs.
"'May 4 1,30 p. m., Kahului vs.
J. A. C. 3.30 p. m., Lahaina vs.
May 111.30 p. m., Stars vs.
Lahaina. 3.30 p. m. J. A. C. vs.
May 181.30 p. m., Kahului vs.
Puunene. 3.30 p. m., Stars vs. J.
'May 25 1.30 p. m., Lahaina vs.
J A. C. 3.30 p. m., Kahului vs.
Juno 1 1.30 p.m. .Stars vs. Puu
nene. 3.30 p. m., Kahului vs.
. Juno 81.30 p. in., Lahaina vs.
Puunene. 3.30 p. m., Kahului vs.
J. A. C.
"June 151.30 p. in., J. A.C vs.
Puuneno. 3.30 p. m., Stars vs.
Jun!22 1.30 p. in., Stars vs. J.
V. T. Robinson's house is nearly
completed and looks a fine roomy
The Rev. H. P. Judd is leaving
Maui today to take up his residence
D. W. Kirkland, brother of
James Kirkland, dropped into Wai-
luku for a visit this week.
W. A. Sparks returned from
Honolulu on Wednesday last. He
was away on the Grand Jury.
Dr. L. B. Sperry is located at
the Maui Hotel where he will re
main till he returns to Honolulu.
R. R. Zanc, a well known travel
ing man trom tne uoast, was a
visitor to Wailuku during the week.
William W. Walsh is now in full
charge of the Kahului Railroad and
he reigns as superintendent of the
Captain Bal, of Wailuku,
went on a trip to Hilo last Wed
nesday. He will be away for a
C. B. Gage, representing a Hono
lulu firm, was in town during the
week. He reported business as
being fairly good
George Weight is receiving the
congratulations of all his friends
upon the fact of his engagement to
Miss Carrie Sclioltz
W. O. Smith visited Wailuku
this week. He came up on some
business and when he got through.
hurried back to the capital city
The Maui Hotel has been the
scene of several dinners lately, and
the affairs went off in the manner
for which the hotel is renowned
The fence around the Kahului
racetrack is O.K. again, and other
necessary work will be pushed
along so as to be ready for July
P. T. Cleghom was a Wailuku
visitor during the week. He spent
a few days admiring the scenery
and the business ability of the local
All applications for liquor licenses
should be filed with the secretary
of the license Board before or on
May 15. After that date it will
be too late
Professor and Mrs. Sinclair, who
have been staying with their son-
in-law. Rev. R. B. Dodge, Jiave
returned to the mainland after
very pleasant trip.
A nephew of W. H. Feild arrived
on the Claudine this morning. He
is coming for a vacation and may
stay several weeks. He is a sou
of Fred Field, of Hackfeld & Co.,
The rehearsals for the Wailuku
Public School performance of May
9 are going on well. The children
are doing remarkably well, and
they have improved a lot with their
The Rev Short did a good turn
the other night, when he took
whole bunch of children to the
moving picture show. The young
sters enjoyed themselves to the
II. Yamashito, of the Pioneer
Store, is to be married to Miss S
Yoshitnura on Saturday, May 3
Mr. and Mrs Sakai will be the
matron of honor and best man, re
The directors of the Maui Shin
bun held a meeting last Wednes
day evening and decided to issue
some new stock. It is proposed to
absorb the Jiu Shinbun and issue
a daily paper.
Ben Vickers, the well known re
presentative of T.H. Davies & Co.,
Ltd., is once more in town. Ben
is well and favorably know in the
Wailuku district and every other
old district for that matter
George Cummings has returned
from Honolulu where he has been
under the care of the doctor. He
received a warm welcome when he
was seen on the streets. George
wilrbe much in evidence at all the
A big crowd of people soon
gathered at the scene of the auto
accident of Tuesday last. Surprise
was expressed that none of the
occupants of the car were killed
some people expressed to regret at
The wedge shaped piece of land
that is formed by Mill and Main
streets is being cleared of all the
old shacks that used to stand there.
The park that is to be formed there
will be a great linproinent.
Some one pulled Otto Berndt's
leg the other day by telling him
that a wireless had been received
from Honolulu stating that Cot
trill was out of his job and some
body else in. Otto did not quite
D. H. Case leaves for the niaiii-
aud today, and will proceed to
Kansas where he will rejoin his
family. Enos Vincent, deputy
county attorney, will act in Mr.
Case's stead, while the latter is
out of the Territory.
A horse that could hardly crawl
along was seen carrying a mail bag
on his back along High street this
week. 1 he poor animal was m a
fearful condition, and the police
should get busy and stop such
cruelty to animals.
Ed. Deinert, the well known
Puunene man and good alround
sport, is leaving tor the mainland
this afternoon. He will be away
for about six weeks and his many
friends wish him a very pleasant
trip, and a safe return.
Edwin Soper, section luna of the
Waihee division of the Wailuku
Sugar Company, will have to go to
Honolulu in order to have his nose
operated on. The trouble is an
old one, but the operation is ex
pected to relieve the pilikia.
The Wailuku tennis club will be
revived and C. D. Lufkiu has
offered the use of his court to the
members. A start will be made
soon on the game, and Wailuku
will then be going up against the
other clubs of the island.
The Koran Jaijiku, the Japan
ese benool ol Wailuku, lias
received a welcome present lately.
The Japanese Consul lias donated
$300 and Mrs. H. P. Baldwin has
contributed $500. The Japanese
'community is expected to raise
At the police court yesterday,
Deichi Susuki who was collecting
for T. Nakatre. of Wailuku. was
sentenced to five months jail for
stealing $17 from the man who
employed him. There were several
other charges of embezzlement that
could have been made, but only
one was brought up.
Miss Letty Clonan, a sister of
Mrs. V. L. Stevenson, arrived in
Wailuku this morning. She comes
to visit her sister for a few days
before returning to Honolulu to
become the bride of the Hon. W
R. Kiuslea. Miss Clonan made
the a voyage from Australia on the
Makura, which arrived at Hono
lulu on Wednesday last.
Lyman Beecher Sperry, M. A
M. D., well known in the States as
an author and lecturer, will speak
at the Wailuku Union Church Sun
day evening upon the topic As i
Man Thinketh," or Psycho-Thera
peutics in plain English. For many
years Dr. Sperry was lecturer in
Carlton College. Afterwards he
lived in Oberlin and lately his home
has been in Los Angeles. He vis
ited Maui some six years ago for
the purpose of seeing the island. At
that time he took some fine pic
tures, which he has used in his
lecture on Hawaii, subsequently
delivered mauv times in the States
Dr. Sperry was listened to by large
audiences in Honolulu, where his
work was much appreciated. On
Sunday morning Dr. Sperry will
speak at the Makawao Church. The
subject will be Superstitions, Dil
usions and Fads."
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII
At Chamber In Divorce.
Territory of Hawaii. To Tomi
taro Okita vs. Hana Okita. Bill
Territory of Hawaii to Hana
Okita, Libellee. You are hereby
notified that the above entitled
suit, the same being for a divorce
from yois on the ground of deser
tion is now pending in above en
titled Court and, that the same will
be heard and determined on Satur
day, the 5th day of July, A. D
1913, at 10 o'clock in the "forenoon
of said day, or as soon thereafter
as may be by the Judge of said
Court, sitting at Chambers.
(Seal) EDMUND H. HART,
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Libellant.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, April
Apr. 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
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