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THR MAUI NFAVS,' SATURDAY, JUNK 23, 1913.
Show Surprising Reversal of Form
and Defeat American Pair After
Stanley N. Doust and A. Rooth
Jones, Australia's lawn tennis play
ers, worked a sensational reversal
on the court9 by disposing of Mau
rice E. McLoughlin and Harold II.
Hackctt, rated as one of the best
pairs this country has ever produced,
in the doubles match of the Davis
international cup series yesterday.
On the turf of the West Side Tennis
Club, at 238th street and Broadway,
the men from the Antipodes scored
after five wonderfully fast sets at
2-G, C-2, 5-7, G-2, 9-7, says The
New York "Press."
Never in the history of Davis Cup
matches in this country had such a
remarkable match been decided.
Jones outpaced the fiery. McLough
lin and Doust proved himself a
master at the art of attack and
picking out of the one spot in the
opposite court where the ball wjuld
Another feature that will cause
the great contest in which the Aus
tralians came from behind and fin
0 ished in a manner that set the
crowd of 6,000 cheering to be re
membered was that during the
third game of the second set a
thunderstorm broke over the field.
Tarpaulins was spread so as to save j
the court. The crowd sought shel
ter as best it could. - It got inside
the clubhouse, on the veranda and
tucked away in automobiles.
Only half of the number of p(
suns were protected from the rain,
After an hour's delay the rain
let up and the men res'inied the
most brilliantly played match in the
history of American lawn tennis.
Not more than a thousand deserted
the field, and they missed one of
the rarest treats, for at the finish
McLoughlin was swept clear off the
court by the wonderful rallies of
the Australians. Jones proving a
whirlwind at smashing and keeping
thecrowd cheeringeven when it real
ized the match was going against the
Americans and that the Australians
were scoring a point in the inter
national competition toward the
lleovery of the world-famous
McLoughlin and Hackctt fought
bravely. They hit hard and well,
but it was the resourceful steadiness,
the aggressiveness of Doust and
Jones, and particularly the latter
player, that plucked games out of
the fire when they seemed to be
safely won for the Americans.
The Australians won twenty-eight
games to the Americans' twenty
four, and these narrow margins
were made in games filled with glit
tering racquet work.
Jones was easily the star of the
day. Overhead he was a terror.
His smashes went sailing through
the opnisito court, and although
McLougVliii, plunging anil rearing
like a fi Bhtened steed, worked re-
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coveries, the like of which are seen
only a few times in a career of fol
lowing the courts, there was no
checking the doughty wielder of the
racquet It was out of these rallies,
with tl. : men going at top speed,
that Doust, the Australian captain,
forged to the front coming up to the
Once there he was all too fre
quently good for a slashing pass
straight through the center of the
opixjsite court. Jones and Doust
played this shot times without num
ber. They made their points in
this way at the most critical stages
and the Americans seemed power
less to stop them.
Jones produced a service that for
severity bewildered both of the
Americans. It was not until the
critical fifth set that he lost a ser
vice game. Doust was almost as
strong. Doth of the Australians
handled Hackett's serve with ease
Hackctt never got the proper lengtl
to his shots when the match was
resumed after the rain. McLough
lin, at this stage, repeatedly poach
ed over on his partner's side.
Doust, every inch a general of
the courts, tricked McLoughlin into
going over toward Hackctt. Then
with a wide piece of the opposite
side unprotected either Doust or
Jones sent the ball spinning through
It was scientific playing and of the
sort that made the crowd wonder
what would have happened if Junes
had not been compelled to give up
his place in the singles because of
his iliness. He stands as the main
string of the Australian team.
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All the work of installing the
electric lights in the new Lahaina
luna School dormitory is completed,
and the big room is now well light
ed . The work was done by electri
cians David Kinney and George
Chillingworth, of Honolulu. The
Honolulu men were registered at
the Pioneer Hotel for some .time,
and they looked over the propi . ition
of further electric lights in the
town. Kinney has returned to
Honolulu, but Chillingworth is a
guest of Sheriff Lindsay for a few
Miss Mary Lindsay, who has been
at school in Honolulu for the past
year, returned to Maui last week
for the vacation.
Work on the enlargement of the
Pioneer Hotel is going on rapidly.
and the new rooms are now ready
for occupation. The painting of
the hotel has added to its beauty.
and the whole place looks like new.
A fine sample room has been added
to the building, and traveling men
will appreciate this feature very
The grades of the Lahaina Public
School, from the fourth grade up,
took their final examinations last
week. Four scholars have taken
the eighth grade examination, which
entiles them to admission to the
Honolulu High school.
The Kindergarten term closed on
Pest wishes from many griends
will accompany Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Decoto on their voyage to the
mainland. They will probably re
turn in abiiut three months.
A Japanese mass meeting was
held in the Pioneer Theatre on
of the Estate of Jose Fernandez, late
of Kula, Maui, deceased, praying
for an order of sale of certain real
estate belonging to said I'statc. viz:
Lot of laud at Kula, Maui, Land
Patent 4265, 12.67 Acres;
Lot of laud at Kula, Maui, Lot
4, Map 8, 18.77 Acres;
Subdivision No. 15, Ilui land of
Hamakuapoko, 1 Acre, and setting
forth certain legal reasons why
such real estate should be sold,
to wit: In order to pay the debts of
It is Hereby Ordered, that the
heirs and next of kind of said
deceased, and all persons interest
ed in the said estate, appear before
this Court on Monday, the 21st.
day of July, A. D. 1913, at ten
o'clock A. M., at the Court Room
of this Court, in Wailuku, Maui,
then and there to show cause why
an order should not be granted for
the sale of said real estate.
And it is Further Ordered .that a
notice of this order be published
at least .three successive weeks be
fore the said day of hearing, in the
M.ri News," a weekly news
paper printed and published in said
Wailuku, the last publication to
be not less than ten days previous
to the time therein appointed for
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June
(Sd.) S. B. KIXGSP.UBY.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Attest:) (Sd.) EOMUNI) II. IIakt,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
June 14, 21, 28, July 5.
IX T11K I'llii'lIT (OlltT, SKiOM) rllt-
T IT, TKUKITOItY OK HAWAII.
At Chamber- In Probate.
In the Matter of the Kstate of
JOSK FKKNANDlvZ, late of Kula,
Petition of Administrators for
Order of Sale of Real Kstate.
Okhkk to Show CausK on- Ad
ministrators' Petition- to Si.i.i.
On reading and filing the Peti
tion of Antone F. Tavarcs and
Antone Fernandez, 'Administrators
Notice of Sale of Residence Lots.
The following residence lots situate ai
Olinda, Makawao, Jlaui, will be offered
for sale at public auction at tbe follow
ing upset price at the front door to the
Court House, Makawao, Maui, at 12
o'clock noon, Saturday, July 26, 1913:
Terms of Sale Cash.
No person will be allowed to purchase
more than one lot. Purchaser to pay
cost of stamp.
Lot Area Appraised
No. (Acres) Value.
2.69 f, 100.00
8 2.88 100.00
10 2. So 100.00
' 2.49 100.00
12 2.75 100.00
13 2.93 100.00
'4 3.00 100.00
15 2.70 100.00
16 2.42 100.00
17 3-o loo. 00
18 2.33 100.00
19 3.00.; 100.00
The proceeds from the sale of the lots
in this tract will not be expended for
roads iu this tract.
At the same time and pluce, the fol
lowing residence lots will be offered for
sale; situate at Waiohuli-Kuokea, Kula,
Purchaser to pay cost of stamp.
For maps and further information, ap
ply at the oflice of W. O. Aiken, Sub
Agent, Makawao, Maui, or at the office
of the Commissioner of Public Lands,
JOSHUA I). TUCKER,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, May 16, 1913.
May 24, 31, June 7, 14, 21. 28, July
5, 12, 19, 26.
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