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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1913.
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deserted by lier liusbard, met with
prompt response and before noon ft
lot of money lind Inert lift tit tlie
olVieo for lier and tliere wore offers
of all kinds of assistance. One re
tail merchant proffered a complete
outfit for the expected youngster
and personally selected it from his
stock. Another man supplied eighty
dollars for two weeks treatment at
the Maternity home, and a lady
took the woman from the hotel,
where she has been for three
months, to her home where she
could he away from the gaze of the
curious. She has been n guest at
the llaisdell and, without funds,
all of the time has been treated as
well as if she was a reirular navine
guest. Iler bill is to be paid out of
the funds furnished by charitablefolk
here. There was an offer from the
Cooperative League, an organization
that dispenses furnished charity, to
take the money collected, find out
the history of the woman, and pay
the bills she had been forced to con
tract during her stay. The offer
was declined with thanks because it
was relief the woman wanted rather
than to answer questions on matters
that could not he of interest to
strangers. It is what the woman is
now, rather than what brought her
to her present position that creates
And one good turn deserver an
other and sometimes more. The
good, and very prompt support that
came to this stranger, inspired some
one else to appeal for funds for an
unfortunate Scotch girl deserted by
husband or mother or someone of
the family. It brought immediate
response from a man from Glasgow
but, unfortunately he was Born to
ihink a Scotch lassie would go to a
newspaper for aid when there so
much of it just at the door of every
Scotsman in the territory. What
the result of that particular appeal
can be may be gussed. Funny thing.
Charlie Achi met n reporter for the
Advertiser and told him a hard luck
story about the boy and girl who
got married without knowing they
were brother and sister. Both were
adopted by different families when
babes, and met only long after they
had grown up, and neither was
aware that they were related to each
other. Now the girl is in a delicate
condition, Charlie says, and is ill
treated by her stepfather, who is a
colored man. If what Chaflie Achi
said to the reporter is true, it is a
case for the authorities; Breckons
could handle it well, or Cathcart
better. What Achi wants is for the
Advertiser to take up the case,' give
it publicity and raise money or get
a home for the girl where she will
be away from what appears, on the
face of the story, to be bad influ
ences. There has not been a single out
break among the Japanese since
Governor Johnson signed the alien
land bill. And this in 6pite of the
addresses of encouragement, regular
valor-producing talks, they had
from the delegates who stopped
over. Of all things spoken or pub
lished in Honolulu, since the affair
started, that which was uttered by
a Japanese editor was about tne
worst, from a Honolulu man, but
of course not so rabid as anything
uttered by a visitor. Hawaii, in
respect to voters, is up against a
problem. When the constitution of
the Republic of Hawaii was being
framed, a number of years ago
the question of the right of fran
chise for the Japanese occupied con-
siderablo attention of Consul Fuji,
who was here for Japan at the time
His greatest objection was to the
Government classing Japanese as
Asiatics, the matter of franchise did
not disturb him or interfere with
his enjoyment of a game of poker,
for he remarked that once a Japan
ese took the oath of allegiance to
the United States he was no longer
Japanese, and he cared not what
happened to him. Now it looks as
if the Japanese government is an
xious to have its people join witl
Naturally the tariff delay contin
ues to cause unrest. Nobody is cer
tain where he is at. Storekeepers
are not too quick to lay in big
stocks of drygoods, because there is
doubt that the demand for them
will be eullicient to wirrant the
risk. Stores, with few exceptions,
are not in anyway disturbed by a
crush. There has been no report
of removing the papers from the
walls in order to accommodate, the
crowds, and the only place where
such an event could happen to ad
vantage is in the theaters, to which
places the tired business man goes
with his family several times a
week in order, that he may forget
eventualities. There is nothini? like
a hearty laugh to put one in a
frame of mind that does not breed
discomfort, and the audiences at
the Bijou this week have laughed
themselves sore at the antics of
Alice Teddybear, Billee Reeves and
Bert Wiggins, the latter the only
man on the stage who can imitate
successfully the distress call of an
As was foretold in this column
immediately after the arrest oi the
first man connected with the mur
der of the Chinese and his wife, l'o
drigues, the Filipino, is much the
guiltier of the lot of little brown
boys in ihe county jail. Instead of
his having been forced to the place
at the point of a revolver, he
it was who persuaded the
others to join in the butchery. He
was quite sore when he attacked one
of his countrymen with a metal
bucket in the station house, because
le had learned that the trusty
had repeated all he had told
of the murder when he was first
arrested. About all that is to be
learned of the details has been told :
next will be the hanging.
The detailed score of the league
J. A. C.
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AB R BH PO A E
Iku, 3b 2 10 13 0
MapunKto,2b 4 1 0 5 5 1
Wakayamu.c 3 0 1 3 2 1
Morishige, lb 4 0 1 12 0 2
Katsutani, cf 4 0 1 2 0 3
Mori, If 4 0 0 0 0 1
Sawai, rf 4 11 0 0 0
Itamura, 3b 4 0 2 0 1 0
Yashuhiro, p 1 0 0 0 1 0
llorio, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
31 3 6 2314 8
AB R BH PO A E
Kama, cf 5 0 2 2 0 1
Carreira, rf 5 0 1 0 0 0
Garcia, 2b 3 2 0 5 1 1
Snares, c. 4 1 2 10 5 1
Bal.p-lb 4 12 4 10
Kala, p 2 11 0 10
Kila, lb 2 0 0 1 0 1
Oliveira, If 4 2 1 2 0 1
Rodrigues.Sb 4 2 1 10 1
Cockett, ps ..411 230
37 10 11 27 11 6
Kama out on third bunt strike.
Three base hits Cockett. Two
base hits Sawaii, Itamura, Bal,
Oliveira. Sacrifice hits Soares.
Stolen hoses Wakayama, Katsu
tani, Kama, Garcia. First on halls
Off Kala, 2; llorio, 1. Struck out
By Kalca, 2; Bal, 8;. Yashuhiro,
2; llorio, 1. Left on bases J. A.
C, 3, Stars, 3. Double plays Gar
cia to Cockett to Bal : Iku-Matsu-
moto-Morishige. Passed balls Wa-
kayaniii,. 5. Hit by pitcher Yasu-
Score by innings.
1 2 3 4 5 0
J. A. C 0 0 0 0 1 1
Stars 0 0 0 G 1 0
1 0 3
Tliere was a good attendance at
the games, but there were many
kicks about paying to see two
league games, and only having one
handed out. The public wants to
see baseball, and not exhibitions of
petty temper over matters that
should be left to the protest com
Two umpires had charge of the
games played and, while George II.
Cumniings handled the indicator,
Ad- Chislett looked after the bases.
Both umpires did well enough.
In the regular game of the series
the scoring started in the fourth
inning when the, Stars did the run
away act, and scored no less than
six men. Louis Soares started
things by making a hit that left
him squatted on first. Then Bal
came up and did the needful, ad
vancing Louis to third. Things
looked good then, and still better
when Kala got to first and scored
Soares. Oliveira then come up to
bat and he, too, was all there. His
little stunt was to score Bal and
Kala, and then got home off Ro-
drigues' hit four runs, so far.
Then Rodrigues was scored by
Cockett who, in turn, got home
himself. Six runs, which was sure
ly going some.
In the first half of the fifth tin
J. A. C. broke the ice, and it wa
Sawai who did the needful .fo
them. The Stars were not to b
denied, however, and they adde
one to their total in their half c
the fifth. Garcia scored, and th
Stars then led by 7 to 1.
In the sixth, the J. A. C. did tin
same stunt as regards run-getting,
and they scored one man Matsu
moto. The Stars did nothing in
their half of that inning, but in the
seventh made one more run through
the agency of Garcia. Score 8 to 2.
In the eighth inning the J. A.
C. made their final run, and it vij:(
Iku who was responsible. yThe
Stars, just to show what they could
do, made two runs in the second
half of the eighth and it was Oli
veira and Rodrigues who did the
notching. The game ended in a
win tor the Stars by a score of 10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Frobate.
In the Matter of the Estate of JACIN-
THO FREITAS ABREU, Deceased.
NOTICB TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed the Administrator of the Es
tate of Jucintho Freitas Abreu, late of
I'aia, Maui, T. H. deceased, testate.
Hereby gives notice to all creditors of
said deceased to present their claims
duly authenticated and with proper
vouchers if any exist, even if the claim
is secured by mortgage upon real estate,
to him at Camp One Store Spreckelsvi lie,
Maui, T. H. within six (6) months from
the date of the first publication of this
notice, said date being 9 of May 1913,
or the same will be forever barred.
And all persons indebted to said Es
tate are hereby requested to immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Administrator of the Estate of Jacintho
Freitas Abreu, Deceased.
May 17, 24, 31, June 7, 14.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of the authority in me vested by law, I
have this day cancelled the Commission
issued by the Treasurer of the Territory
of Hawaii on the 29th day of May, 1905,
to M. M. Kahiapo, of the District of
Makawno, County of Maui, constituting
him an agent to grant marriage licenses.
Honolulu, May 10, A. D. 1913.
D. L. CONKLING,
Treasurer of the Territory.
May 17, 34 31.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OK HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of ADOINS
K. STENDER, late of Kahului, Maui,
NOTICB TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly ap
pointed Executor of the Estate of Mo
llis K. Stender, late of Kahului, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, deceased,
hereby gives notice to all creditorsof said
Estate, to present their claims duly
authenticated and with proper vouchers,
if any exist, even if the claim is secured
by mortgage upon real estate, to him at
his residence in Wailuku, Maui, within
six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice, May 3, or
their claims will by forever barred.
Wailuku, Maui, April 30, 1913.
W. A. MCKAY,
Executcr of the Estate of Adonis K.
May 3, 10, 17, 24.
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