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THE MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1913.
P. A. C. Team
Although all the preparations are
mack- for the visit of the Portu
guese Athletic Club's baseball team
to Maui on the Fourth, there is
danger that the whole scheme may
fall through. The letter which is
herewith published will explain
matters, and the whole affair is, at
the moment of writing, up in the
It seems strange that the Hono
lulu team should deny itself the
pleasure of a trip to Maui and, in
cidentally, three days of first-class
entertainment at no cost to them
selves. That the P.A.C. team would
rather spend Sudnay in playing
some bumgameof the Oahu League,
than taking part in an Inter-Island
series of games is a wonder, and
makes the Maui sportsmen ponder
deeply on the baseball situation.
The executive committee of the
Maui Athletic Association has
written to Mr. A. Q. Marcallino
and informed him that if the ori
ginal plans of the Maui people can
not be adhered to, then the whole
scheme for bringing the Oahuan
team over, will be dropped.
The suggestion that the P. A.C.
play All-Maui on Thursday July 3,
is absurd. Thursday is a working
day on this island, and players and
fans . cannot get off from their
duties. If the P. A.C. manager can
summon up enough energy to ac
cept the invitation as originally is
sued by the Maui Association, all
will be well. If not well, every
thing is off as regards the baseball
of the Fourth. The letter from
Marcallino reads as follows:
Sec. Maui Athletic Association,
I am in receipt by yesterday's
mail of a notification from the First
National Bank to the effect that
the Maui Athletic Association had
sent the I. I. S. X. people a cer
tificate placing 2 tickets at the
disposal of the P. A. C. team.
From information gathered here,
the Maui excursion boat leaves
Honolulu on the evening f July 3,
arriving Kahnlui early in the
morning of the Fourth. Manager
Paresa, of the Portuguese, has
asked that I communicate with you
to ascertain if it would not be as
convenient for you if the team left
here on the regular l lilo run boat
on Wednesday morning, arriving
at McGregor's that evening and
playing a game on botlj Thursday
and Friday, leaving McGregor's
again on Friday evening by the
Hilo boat so as to arrive in Hono
lulu on Saturday morning. Paresa's
reason for this request is due to the
fact that his team is scheduled to
play here on the Sunday, July 6th,
and by taking the regular excur
sion trip, he will be hardly in fit
shape after leaving the boat at
about one in the morning to get
his team in shape to whip the Stars
If possible also, he would like to
have his players kept as near to
gether as possible as far as their
sleeping accommodations are con
cerned, as he wants to keep his
watchful eye on them and see that
they behave themselves.
Hoping that it may be possible
for our plans to allow for our filling
in your program as you desire, and
also that the same be done as con
veniently as possible for lhe local
team, I am.
Very respectfully yours,
A.. Q. MARCALLINO.
I Huto Botes.
The Cadillac cur added the climax
to its long series of successes to relia
bility trials. In this year's trial
from Christcliurch to Kaikouri and
return F. Hubbard in a li)ll Cadil
lac was successful in winning the
Gilchrist 100-guinea cup, also gold
medal for the private owners mak
ing the highest aggregate of marks
in the trial. J. Poag in a 11)12
Cadillac was awarded the third prize
in the private owners' class and
missed securing a gold medal for
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non-stop run by five marks only.
II. Piper in a 1010 Cadillac was
awarded fourth place and secured
the prize for the petrol consumption
The three Cadillacs went through
trial without any special covering
to protect the engines or without
gripping chains for crossing the
rivers- This is the eighth year in
succession that Cadillacs hare se
cured gold medals for non-stop runs
in New Zealand motor trials.
If. B Joy, President of the Pack
ard Motor Car Company, has just
completed a motoring trip from
Detroit to Omaha and return in the
interest of the Ocean to Ocean
Highway project, with which he is
prominently identified. The tour
was made for the purpose of obtain
ing a preliminary survey of the
northern and southern routes across
Illinois and Iowa.
Both routes were thoroughly cover
ed on this trip, which developed
points in favor of each. The road
between Iowa City and Davenport,
for example, is one of the finest
stretches of improved highway to
be found in the country. The north
ern route, however, is less hilly and
touches a greater number of- good
Air. .Joy was particularly impress
ed by the fact that within a few
hours after several days of rain in
Iowa, the farmers of that state had
scraped several hundred tniles of
the roadway, making use of the
King drag. This is a simple and
effective method of improving a dirt
The crying need for legible signs
making the transcontinental high
ways at forks and cross roads was
apparent. In many localities the
scarcity of signs makes touring most
difficult for the motorist who has
never been over the ground. As an
example of what may be accomplish
ed, attention was called to what is
known as the "White Pole Route"
across Iowa. This trail, through
out its entire length, is marked by
wide, white bands on the telegraph
and telephone poles. The result is
the motorist has constant assurance
that he is on the right road.
The trip was made in Joy's
"prairie schooner," a Packard "4S"
chassis with a special body designed
by himself for use as a camp car.
It is fitted with an alcohol stove,
electric lights, sleeping bags and a
complete equipment which makes
camp life a luxury.
Mr. Joy was so impressed by the
interest shown through the middle
west in the plans for a transconti
nental highway, that he will start
shortly in his car and extendhis ob
servations to the Pacific Coast.
The Ocean to Ocean Highway
project was launched by Carl G.
Fisher, of Indianapolis, who is
responsible for the Indianapolis
Speedway. The Packard Motor Car
Company has pledged $150,000 to
the project and a number of other
automobile companies have promised
Shipments of Packard vehicles in
May make the largest total for any
single month in the history of the
Packard Motor Car Company.
Motor carriages and trucks repre
senting a value of 83,237,9 15 were
delivered to purchasers. This sum,
compared with the best previous
record of $?2,74K,750 made in April
of this year, shows an increase of
almost half a million dollars. The
The total business for the two months
was approximately six million dol
lars. Members of the Society of Auto
mobile Engineers in session at De
troit tn June 8, visited the plant
of the Packard Motor Car Company.
They were accompanied by the
members of the British Society of
Engineers.-w ho are their guests du
nig the convention. 1 he engineers
were escorted through the factory
by a corps of guides and were en
tertained at a luncheon in the fact
ory dining room. A concert was
given by the Packard band.
One rilling horse. One Marj for sad
dle or carriage Apply to MISfCROOK,
We will pay Ten cents a Quart
for I'ohas. At the Wharf in Hono
Honolulu Jam & Chutney Factory
Notice Is hereby given that sealed ten
ders will be received at the office of the
County Clerk of the County of Maui, up
to 3:00 P. M. Wednesday, July 9, 1913,
for the following:
344 Single school desks No. 6 and 39
212 Single school desks No. 5 and 25
166 Single school desks No. 4 and 22
7o Single school desks No. 3 and 9
rears, to be delivered not later than the
15th day of September, 1913, F. O. B.
No tenders will be entertained unless
accompanied by a certified check for a
sum equal to 5 of the said tenders,
made payable to the order of Samuel E.
Kalama, Chairman and Executive Officer
of the Board of Supervisors. ,
The Board of Supervisors reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
By Order of the Board of Supervisors,
within and for the County of Maui.
Wm, FRED KaAE,
June 28, July 4.
ORDINANCE NUMBER 26.
An SrdinancK amending Section 15
and repealing subdivision "u" of Section
16, and adding new subdivision to Sec
tion 16, to be known as subdivision "j"
of Ordinance Number 25, entitled "An
Ordinance Relating to the Registration,
Identification, Use and Operation of
Motor Cars; and the Examination and
Qualifications of Chauffeurs."
He it Oi Joined by the Board of Super
visors, within and for the County of
Section I, of Ordinance Numberji4.
is hereby amended so as to read as
Section 15. RULES AS TO BRAKES,
Signals, Lights and Numbers on
MotokI Cars. Every motor car while
in use ou a public highway in this
County shall be provided with good and
efficient brakes. It shall also be pro
vided with a suitable horn, bell or other
signals. During the period from one
hour after sunset to one hour before sun
rise, every motor car shall exhibit two
lamps showing the white lights Visible
within a reasonably distance in the di
rection towards which said motor car is
proceeding, showing the registered num
ber of such motor car in separate Arabic
numerals which numerals shall be not
less than 1J0 inches in height, each
stroke of which shall be not less than a
quarter of an inch in width, and there
shall also be exhibited from the rear of
such motor car, a registered number
which numerals shall be not less than
three inches in height, each stroke of
which shall be not less than iuch in
width and also a rear light with a white
face visible for a reasonable distance; the
registered number in rear of such motor
car to be so suspended as to at all times
be visible both iu the day and at night.
Section 2. Subdivision "j," of Section
here-16 is by repealed and the following
subdivision added thereto to be known
as subdivision "j" of Section 16 of Or
dinance Number 25.
"j". Whenever, during the hours of
darkness, motor cars are about to meet
and pass each other on any public high
way, each of the operators of said motor
cars shall operate his car so as not to
exceed ten miles per hour, and when so
passing, shall also keep his motor car to
the right of the middle of the road."
Section 3. This Ordinance shall take
effect from and alter being posted upon a
bulletin board in front of or near the
rooms occupied by the Board of Super
visors, and its publication once a week
for a period of two consecutive weeks in
a newspaper of general circulation pu
blished at the County seat, all as required
by Ordinance Number 2 of this County.
Board of Supervisors, withiu and for
the Uounty of Maui.
By SAM KALAMA,
This wonderful car at so low a price has now arrived
See C. J. SCHOENING & CO.- expert auto
mobile repairers, for Catalogs and other details.
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
within and for the County of Maui.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or
dinance, upon consideration bad and
vote taken, was passed by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maui, on
the day of at their regu
lar monthly session held at Wailuku,
Maui, T. II.
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
within and for the County of Maui.
Fresh Haas' Candy
BY PARCELS POST. '
Half pound boxes delivered to any Post Office on Maui... $ .40
1 1 (I
This cundy is taken from cold storage
just before the mail closes, and comes
to you in first class condition. '
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913-1
5 33'3 3o
5 23;3 20
5 20 3 17
5 i 3 07
S P9I3 05
8 42 6 35
15 8 3o 6 25
A.. Wailuku. .L
L" Spreck- "A
" elsville "j
.. l'auwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
6 40 8 50!
6 50 9 001
15-3 7 40
I 40 3
35 5 38
45 5 48
2 50 G 00
3 006 10
0, L..Kahului.. A
2 5! A..I'uunene..lJ
G 22(3 15
G 12,3' 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. in., arriving at Kuhului at 5:50 a. 111., and connect
ing with the G:15 a. 111. train for I'uunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same
train us the holder of the ticket, f'or excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other informatiou see Ix)cal Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Hundred Thousand Dollars
IF INVESTED IN A
Paris Gasoline Turbine
It will put 5000 gallons of water where you want it, iu a few minutes.
Geo. II . Paris
V. O. Box 35, Honolulu.