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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1913.'
(Continued from Page I)
ing. The happy bunch of excur
sionists will jump ashore and while
most of them will run up to Wai
luku for breakfast, a good number
will remain at Kahului, or visit
friends at Piuinene and Paia. At
nine o'clock or so, the crowd will
wend its way to the race track, and
then the fun of the day begin. The
Maui races are always enjoyable,
and the chance of greeting old
friends from Honolulu is always
appreciated by the citizens of the
Valley Island. It is expected that
the same old bunch will come from
Honolulu and that the "boys" will
have the time of their lives.
The first event is timed to start
at ten o'clock and the last at about
four. From start to finish there
should be a good time and, when
he races are over the crowd will
make its way to Wailuku, where
the Inter-Island baseball game be
tween Maui and Oahu will be
The full entry list is given below:
1st. Race Free-for-all "running,
Vz mile dash. Purse $250. One
onta, owner L. D. Warren; Miss
Bryan, owner F. Brughelli; Har
vester, owner J. O'Rourke.
2nd Race Trotting it Pacing,
mile heats, 2:15 class, 3 out of 5.
Purse $350. El Oio, owner F.
Brughelli; Maui, owner A- Gross;
Harry I hirst, owner F- Brughelli.
3rd. Race Running rare, Hawai
ian bred, 'i mile dash, first $200,
second $50. Athlone, owner An
gus Mcrhee; Strawberry, owner J.
O. Rourke; Major Collier, owner
4th, Race Running race, free-for-all.
Ponies, 14.2, mile dash.
Purse $125, Young Lady, owner
M. Francis; Poni Moi, owner M.
Abreu; Jubilee, owner J. M. Me
deiros; Indi an Boy, owner J. C.
5th. Race Japanese running
race, Vz mile dash, catch weights.
Purse 8100. Elko, owner Kawa
mura; Paia Girl, owner Kobayashi;
Naniwa, owner Yoshida; Ftigi,
owner Baba; Eleele Boy, owner
6th. Race Running race, free-for-all.inaidens,
2 3-e.irs old,?jj mile
dash. Purse $250. Dorilo, owner
L. von Tempsky; Silina, owner J.
C. Fitzgerald; Aunty, owner J. C.
7th. Race Running race, Ha
waiian bred, $4 mile dash, first
$200, second 850. Athlone, owner
Angus McPhce; Strawberry, owner
J. O'Rourke; Major Collier, owner
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8th. Race Trotting and pacing,
free-for-all, mile hrats, 3 out of 5.
Purse 5500. Maui, owner A. Gross;
Denervo, owner Angus McPhce;
ElOro.J.wner F. Brughelli; Wel
come I'.Jy, owner W. 11. C. Camp
bell. 9th. Race Running race, free-for-all,
1 mile dash, first $600, sec
ond $150. Oneonta, owner E. D.
Warren; Sonoma, owner J.
O'Rourke; Harvester, owner J.
10th. Race Running race, Maui
Maiden Ponies, 14.3 ami under, 'z
mile dash, first $125, second $25.
Young Lady, owner M. Francis;
Eleele Boy, owner K. . Yamanaka;
Baby Rose, owner J. M. Medeiros;
Aunty, owner J. C Fitzgerald;
Bingo, owner K. Nakamura; Ja
gray, owner Matsuoka; Eahaina
Boy, owner Unieda.
11th Race Mule race, Y mile
dash, Purse 625. Democrat, owner
Geo. Richardson: Maile, owner J.
12th. R-ace Cowboy, three re
lays of 'z mile. Purse $50. Cow
Boy, Huluhipa and Ilolai all
owned by M. Amoral.
Whistler Tamed a Russian.
When Jnuies MacXolll Whistler went
to Venice to make those fourteen fa
iiious etchings of his he heroine so
Intoxicated with Its heauty that ho
mnde eeventy pastels first, leaving his
etchings till the last few days. These
pastels made a tremendous sensation.
All the art world of Venice was car
ried away with enthusiasm excepting
a Itussian painter, who declared them
tricks, betting a basketful of cham
pagne he could paint sis not to be
distinguished from them. Mr. Whistler
amiably gave some of his pnper and
six pastels, which were finally mixed
up with those by the Uusslan and sub
mitted to a jury which had seen none
of them. Mr. Whistler's pastels were
unmistakable, and the Russian lost
A few days later the two met on the
Kialto, and Mr. Whistler laughed a
little about the bet. The Russian was
furious. "You forget, sir," he said,
"that I'm a Russian, and if ;-ou scratch
one you find a Tartar underneath."
"Oh, no; you have It wrong," said Mr.
Whistler; "you have it wrong! I
scratched an artist and found an amateur."
II. M. Ayres, the newspaperman,
was a visitor to Wailuku last week.
Ayres is now running his own paper
"Tropic Topics," and he is getting
out a sprightly sheet that remainds
one of the famous London "Pink
The Tropic Topics man intends
to get out a special Maui edition
dealing with the horse races of July
Fourth. All the "dope'' regarding
the horses that are to take part in
the races, will be printed and a
form sheet showing what the gee
gees did in former races will be a
feature of the special issue.
The edition will be placed in the
hands of the excursionists from
Honolulu, before they step on board
the Manna Kea, next Thursday
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Soon after Martin W. Littleton was
elected to congress he went to Wash
ington and spent several hours watch
lug the senate and house In action.
He happened In the senate while a
western senator, one of the parties to
a filibuster which closed the last regu
lar session, was in the midst of a
speech that had no bearing on the
case at Issue. Ills sole object was to
"Great Scott!" said Littleton. "I
was never so bored In my life. Why
do they allow a man to take up the
time of the senate in this manner?"
"Why," whispered a member of the
house, "did you not realize that he
was drinking steadily between para
graphs?" "Yes, I saw him drinking water from
time to time," replied the New York
er, "but what effect could that have
upon the case?"
"That wasn't water. It might have
looked like it from a distance, but it
was Scotch highballs he was taking to
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Wilhelmina... Apr. 9
Honolulan.... Apt. 15
Mliloniarj Apr. 24
Enterprise... Apr. 26
Lurliue Apr. 29
Wilhelmina... May 7
Honolulan.... May 13
Hyades May 15
Lurliue May 27
Enterprise... May 31
Wilhelmina .. June 4
Mlilonian June 5
Honolulan.... June 10
Lurliue June 24
Hyades June 26
Wilhelmina .. July 2
Enterprise. July 5
Honolulan.... July 9
Hilonian July 17
Lurline July 22
Wilhelmina.. July 30
Honolulan... Aug, 5
Hyade9 Aug. 7
Enterprise.. Aug. 9
Lurline Aug. 19
Wilhelmina.. Aug. 27
Hilonian.... Aug. 28
Apr. 27 May 3
May 18 May 24
June 8 June 14
June 29 July 5
July 20 July 26
Aug. 10 Aug. 16
Aug. 31 Sept. 6
Hawaiian Iftlnnds Arrive Vnvorra
Arrive L.eve . F. UJf&e
Apr. 15 Apr. 23 Apr. 29 42
Apr. 22 Apr. 29 May 7 28
May 12 May 21 May 29 69
May 4 May 14 May 24 103
May 6 May 13 May 21 58
May 13 May 21 May 27 43
May 20 May 27 June 4 29
June 3 June II June 21 36
June 3 June 10 June 18 59
June 8 June 18 June 2S 104
June Io June iS June 24 44
June 23 July 2 July 10 70
June 17 June 24 July a 30
July 1 July 8 July 16 60
July IS July 23 Aug. a 37
July 8 July 16 July 22 45
July 13 July 23 Aug. 2 105
July 16 July 22 July 30 31
Aug. 4 Aug. 13 Aug. 21 71
July 29 Aug. 5 Aug. 13 61
Aug. 5 Aug. 13 Aug. 19 46
Aug. 12 Aug 19 Aug. 27 32
Aug. 26 Sept. 3 Sept. 13 38
Aug. 17 Aug. 27 Sept. 6 106
Aug. 26 Sept. 2 Sept. 10 62
Sept. 2 Sept. 10 Sept. 16 47
Sept. 15 Sept. 24 Oct. 2 72
PORTS OF CALL.
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S. S. LURLINE To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. HONOLULAN To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. ENTERPRISE To Hilo direct.
S. S. HILONIAN )To Honolulu, Tort Allen, Kahului,
"S. S. HYADES j Kaanapali and Hilo.
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