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THE MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, JULY 5913.
(Continued from page 1)
thoro was a rush to shake the liands
of the visitors. Old-time friuiuls
who had met in Hilo, Honolulu,
Lihue and, even in far off San
Francisco, greeted 0110 another. H
was a wonderful sight, and one
that made even the malihini who,
perhaps, had no particular friend,
feel the spirit of the great day.
The visitors were soon gathered
up ly their friends, and many the
stranger also was accosted and made
feel the true hospitality of the
Valley Island. Automobiles were
present in abundance and the crowd
was soon on its way to hospitable
homes wheie breakfast was served.
After the morning meal there
was a rest of a couple of hours
Then the happy bunch again took
autos to the race track, where the
best races of the year were held.
It was just one glorious time and
the visitors and local people had
the time of their lives. A start on
the program was made punctually.
The oflicials in charge did their
best to run on schedule, and their
best was good enough for anything.
AT THE RACE TRACK.
The people of Maui and their
friends from the other islands rolled
up in thousands, and it was ap
parent from the very start of the
day that all was to be to the merry.
The grandstand was full to over
flowing. The saddling paddock
was filled with those who held the
necessary passes. The auto park
was lined with machines and there
was not a spare foot of space.
When the bell rang, for the sad
dling up for the first event, the
scene was a brilliant one, and peo
pie from the mainland wondered at
the display of wealth and pros
perity. The free sugar bugbear was
forgotten for the time being, and
everybody gave themselves up to
the- enjoyment of the moment.
Picnic luncheons were in order,
and the merry parties who partook
of their mid-day meal in the grand
stand and in the automobiles that
were lined up near the judges'
stand, certainly had a great time
Everything went like clockwork,
and the different events were run
as close to time as could possibly be
managed. The horses were parad
ed in the saddling paddock, and
many the shrewd guess that was
made about the chances of th'e res
The veteran horseman, John
O'llourke, was much in evidence.
Ho had brought a big string of
horses to Kahului and, as will be
seen by a glance at the results of
the races, he did not labor in vain.
Louis Warren, the Honolulu
owner, was, as usual, the blase race
goer. He never moved a muscle
when his horse was running, and
he accepted with sang freid what
the God of Chance had to offer.
Angus McPhee, the "cowboy',
who has made good in Hawaii,
wandered around when not busy in
his ollicial capacity. The tall
Wyoming man was kept busy, be
tween times, shaking hands with
his many island friends.
"Doc'' Fitzgerald was in his
element Looking like a hard
riding County Squire, the genial
"Fitz" did the thing in style. His
horses were his special care and ho
did all in his power to make the
meeting a success.
Louis von Tempsky had a horse
or two running and he seemed very
much at home. Visions of his boy
hood, south of tho equator, must
havo come to mind, and the man
ager of the big ranch must have
thought of the days when he viewed
tho New Zealand cup with its thirty
of so starters.
All tho rest of the Maui owners
were present in force, and many
tho tip was given out regarding the
difforent races. The Mauians wero
out for fun and, perhaps glory.
The latter feature did not worry
thorn much and, when the day's
sport was pau, tho happy throng of
winners and losers departed for
home, thoroughly satisfied that
Maui had kept her end up on tho
Glorious Fourth. The full results
of the day's racing follow:
Free-for-all, Vz mile, purse $250.
3. Miss Bryan
Won by four lengths. Time,
50 1-5 seconds.
Trotting and Pacing, 2:15 class,
1st heat El Oro, time, 2:2G.
2nd heat " " 2:29.
3rd heat " " 2:39
Hawaiian Bred, V2 mile, first S200;
1. Major Collier
Won by ten lengths. Time, 57 sees.
Free-for-all, ponies, 14 2, Vz mile,
purse, SI 25.
2. Young Lady
3. Indian Boy
Won by one length. Time, 53 sees.
Japanese Race, V2 mile, purse, 100.
2. Elcele Boy
Won by five lengths. Time, 51 sees.
Free-for-all, Maidens (2 years old),
5-S mile, purse, 8250.
Won by one length. Time, G8 sees.
Hawaiian Bred, &j mile, first 8200;
1. Major Collier
Won by ten lengths. Time, 1:21
Trotting and Pacing, free-for-all,
1st heat Dornevo, time, 2:17
2nd heat " " 2:15
3rd heat- " " 2:17
Free-for-all, one mile, first $G00;
Won by two lengths. Time, 1:-15.
Maui Maiden Ponies, 14:3, Vz mile,
first 8125; second 825.
1. Young Lady
Won by two lengths. Time,
Mule Jlace, V2 mile, purse, 825.
Won by a Honolulu block.
On Thursday evening last J. M.
Cunningham and Louis Soares, of
Wailuku.had a very narrow escape
from death in an automobile accid
It seems tuat tlie two men were
driving down to Kahului and, when
opposite Watlswortn s House, a
Japanese chauffeur, in an K. M. F.
car, came along the turn in thn
road. According to Cunningham's
and Soares's story, the other car
came over to their side of the road
and crashed into them.
Soares was thrown through the
wind shield and Cunningham was
forced against the steering wheel
and badly crushed. The Cunning
ham car was wrecked and practic
ally demolished, as far as the front
is concerned. The car of the Jap
anese fared a little better although
it was damaged somewhat. The
driver was injured in his chest.
Soares sustained some bad cuts
which were treated at the hospital
It Is all settled now that the
Maui High School will be located
at Hamakuapoko, where a good
site has been selected. The county
will build the school and the struc
ture will be an up-to-date one. The
Department of Public Instructions
provides three teachers, and it will
be up to the people of Maui to pay
the salary of a fourth instructor.
The new school will be located
near the depot, and will be very
easy of access. The school is ex
pected to be a great success, right
from the start, and already there
are a number of students ready to
begin their higher education.
It was at first thought that the
school would be located at Paia,
but there was difficulty in securing
1 good site there. The Ilainakua-
poko location is an ideal one and
the people of Maui are lucky in
getting such a fine site for their
Besides the horse races yesterday,
there were many events that served
to celebrate the Glorious Fourth,
and many people who do not go to
horse races had a good time at pic
nics, luatt and at swimming parties
along the many beautiful beaches
The country roads were traversed
by many an automobile and the
machines were to be seen traveling
to and fro all day long. Out to
ward Maliko Gulch were many
parties of excursionists, and every
body seemed to be having: a good
time. The train to the Haiku
district carried many passengers
and the trippers all seemed to en
Luaus were given at several
places and the best of good things
to eat and drink were to be seen on
the tables. Music was in the air,
and everywhere could be heard the
merry sounds of the singing hoys.
The Fourth was well kept on
Maui and the county headquarters
was the scene of much fun and
A .V 1(1
Charlie Uailly easily defeated Kupa in
the boxing contest on Thursday night.
The boxing contests at Kahului on
Thursday night atttneted nil the sports
of the town.
The trial jury went around to I.ahaiiia
on Wednesday and disposed of several
The luau that was gotten up by "Doc"
Ilirch, of Honolulu, for Thurday even-
imr l.'ist. wnQ iiKmilntu.fi
l'ia Cockett, the popular rancher, vu
married on Wednesday last to Miss
Zclie Rogers, of Wailuku.
II. M. Ayres, of Tropic Topic fame,
did the races in great style His dope
sheet on the races made a hit.
Ah Chee, a Chinese, was given ten
days jail by Judge McKay on a charge of
having opium in his possession.
The iinforluuate young wife who com
mitted suicide at I'aia on Monday last
was only seventeen years of age.
Robert Horner nnd Mrs. Homer came
up for the races. They registered at the
Maui Hotel for their stay 011 Maui.
O. T. Shipmau, of Hilo, was a visitor
to Wailuku for the race week. lie and
Felix Urughellt came over together.
Jim Quinn, the ex-supervisor of Hono
lulu was a visitor to Maui this week. He
did some fine driving at the races yester
Thi'Sautn Maria, oil tanker, is due to
arrive at Kahului this morning. Shi
brings a big lot of oil to the local com
The Wailuku Orpheum was "dark" for
a couple of nights. The place should be
reopened again as many people like the
Harold Rice is suffering from a bruised
forehead. He was stricken by a polo
mallet while playing in a game nt I'aia
Frank Correa, of the Pioneer Store,
returned from the Coast on the Lurliue.
He reports having a good time while on
Japanese who thought it great fun
to beat up a Korean, was ordered to pay
a fine of $6 by Judge McKay nt the police
court last Monday.
W. T. Robinson has moved iuto his
new house on High street. The struc
ture is a fiue one and is a great improve
taent to the block.
Lester Petrie, the Honolulu supervi
sor and a good alrouud fellow, was in his
element at the races. Lester met many
friends and had a good time.
John O'Uourke ninile n flying trip to
Honolulu on Monday Inst. He went
to meet his jocky, Albert Walsh, nnd to
arrange sonic business affairs.
Twoinsnne persons, one n Japanese
nnd the other n Filipino, were commit
ted to the Honolulu Insane Asylum by
Judge JSlcKny on Wednesday.
Jack Grncc will nssumc the mnnnge
ment of the Wniluku Gymnasium soon.
Ad. Chislett is retiring from the position
owing to the stress of business.
The steamer I.urliuc arrived on Thurs
day morning. She brought about twenty
passengers to Kahului. She departed
for Honolulu the same evening.
Dr. nnd Jlrs. Russell returned from .1
trip to ICuuni on Tuesday last. They
motored all over the Garden Island that
ts wherever there are nulo roads.
Tom Quinn, the well known Honolulu
automobile man, did the races in style.
Tom is it general favorite with Alatti
people and he had a real good time.
Will l'restitlge, the well known thea
trical nnd baseball manager, is on Maui.
IK- i managing the Wise Company nnd
his two clever daughters tire with him.
H. Gooding I'ield wrote his brother to
the effect that he would not be able to
conic to Maui for the I'ourth. The Ililo
graft investigation is keeping Gooding
Geornc Mtiudon, the lover of horses
and who never misses n race meet in
these islands, came in on Wednesday
last. He says he always enjoy his visits
Dr. Fitzgerald is the proud father of n
son who arrived 011 the scene last Mon
day evening. The genial "Doc" is fig-
Telegraph News of the Wefzk
WASHINGTON, Juno 30. The face of McKinley will bo removed
from postal cards and that of Jefferson will lie placed on them.
WASHINGTON", June 29 M. Lulhall, a lobbyist for the Nation
al Association of Manufacturers, declares that there is wholesale cor
ruption in tiie interests of some product?. He says he is in a position
to make good the charges. The statement has caused a sensation.
GLASGOW, June 30. Balli Kinran, a famous castle, has been
burned to the ground,
WASHINGTON June 30. It is agreed that the sugar tariff shall
be effective in March 1914. Free sugar will come in May 191G. ThiB
has been agreed to by a majority of the members of the committee.
CHICAGO, June 30. Ten more deaths from the extreme heat.
All records for high temperature have been broken.
WASHINGTON, June 30. The
from Japan has been sent to Tokio, but the contents have not been
ONOLULU, Ju'y 1. The Pahaug Rubber Company has sus
pended dividends on account of the low price of the product.
E. M. Watson's friends feol confident that he will he appointed
as Governor this week.
There is 'a report current that a
Wahiawa. MoDufiic and Kellutt
C. Costa, Portugue&e, is missing
him can lie found.
Alfred Castlu is new head of the
places Williard Brown.
DOUGLAS, July 2. Forty-five
here on account of outrages by Mexicans.
BELGRADE, July 2. The Parliament has offered to accept tho
proposition that the Czar arbitrate
HONOLULU, July 2. Furnar.dez, who killed his wjfe at Kalihi
some monttiR ago. is reported to
Si'i'tt'inber he will bo tried for murder.
The Hawaiian Dredging Company, has been awarded tho contracts
for work at Ililo, Kahului and Honolulu.
riie Hilo singeis look tho prize
The Navy department says that
closed one the same as Pearl Harbor.
NEW YORK, July 2. The
suffering in the East End is intense.
CHICAGO, July 2. Five more
now threatening and relief is looked
WASHINGTON, July 2. Wilson is taking the "rest cure" on the
Another note has been received from Japan relative to the Cali
fornian land law. The secretary at tho Legation is preparing the
message for presentation to the Government.
HONOLULU, July 3. Charlie
vacation. He will arrive on July
Ueorge 11, Carter was given a
Hawaii should keep up. the fight.
It is said that the champion
suit and that a well known white
mixed up in the case.
Supervisor Pacheco broke up
terday and he exhibited a full grown grouch. He was peeved at the
removal of one of L, L. MeCandless' supporters from the road depart
WASHINGTON, July 3. Jessie, the daughter of the president
will marry F. D. Frayer, of New
NEW PORT, July 3. Roosevelt yesterday beat up, with hiu bare
knuckles, a Senator who voiced
WASHINGTON, June 3. An
will be waged against tho Underwood bill. Senator Hitchcock,
Nebraska, has withdrawn from the
LONDON, July 3. There has
and the Bulgarians have lost six
pursuing retreating Bulgarians.
tiring on having the lad readv to ride in
the races of July I'ourth next.
W. II. C. Campbell, the well known
Hilo and Honolulu man, arrived on
Wednesday evening to "do the races."
"Bill" looks fine, and he had n real good
time meeting his many friends on Maui.
A Filipino who tried to kick out the
internal works of another man, was
taken to court on Monday last. Judge
McKay frowned on the proposition of as
sault and battery nnd fined the kicker
Jonathan McFaddeu, of the fistic fnnie,
has been on Maui for the past week lie
and Charlie Keilly, who is well known
in Honolulu and on the Coast, were tra
veling together. Jack always looks about
the same and the passing years appear to
leave 110 trace on his smiling counte
nance, M. H. Newman, the well known pic
ture man, will arrive on Maui during the
coming week. Since leaving here rev
eral weeks ngo Mr. Newman has visited
San Francisco nnd othermainlaud point',
for the purpose of securing an enti.e
new line of pictures. These will be ex
hibited nt the various Maui theatres and
will, no doubt, be greatly appreciated
by the patrons of these houses. Mrs.
Newman arrived on the Manna Kca
Wedncsduy to arrange dates and other
AWANA At Wailuku, July 2, to
wife of Edward N. Awana, a son.
WAIWAIOLEAt Wailuku. June 28, to
Mr. nnd Mrs. John K. Watwaiole, a
United States' reply to the note
hoy has been shot by a soldier at
have gone out to investigate.
from his home and no trace of
Liquor Commissioners. He
women have committed suicide
lie a vine in tail. It lie is alive in
at the competition at tho Kawaia-
Honolulu harbor may be made a
heat wave has struck hero and tho
deaths from the heat. Rain
for atNany moment.
Lyman is expected here for a
big reception yesterday, lie says
swimmer may figure in a divorce
man and his pretty wife will be
the meeting of the supervisors yes
York, in November.
opposition to the appropriation fq
open fight on the floor of the Senate
Democratic party and will figh
been heavy fighting in the Balkans
thousand men. Tho Servians are
Lint of Unclaimed Freight to be
Sold nt Public Auction Accord
ing to Law.
Sale to be held at Kahului Kailroad
Co's Foreign 1'relght Warehouse at 9 a.
m. August 4, 1913.
From the Portland Seed Company,
Seattle Washington, consigned to Order
notify K. MURAOKA, Kahului.
1 box Hee Supplies.
1 Crate Honey Hoards.
1 Crate Honey Frames.
5 Crntes Dee Hive Lumber.
From the Kvansville Trunk Company,
consigned to Baldwin National Hank,
Superintendent of the Kahului Railroad
July 5, 12, 19, 26.
To Prospective Builders
Will tirenare plans and specifica
tions for building of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in tlie islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
FOltT STREET HONOLULU
James C. Toss, Jr.,
Civil engineer & Surveyor.
Office Market & Main St.
Wailuku :-: :-: Maui
LODGE MAUI, No. 984. A. P. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.3n
Visiting brethren are cordially in.
vited to attend.
W. W. WESCOATT, R. W. M.
C. E. COPELAND,
Honolulu Music Co.
Jas. W. Bergstrom, Manager.
88 King Street, Honolulu.
Latest Hawaiian Reoords.
Victor and Columbia Talking
Machines, Primatone and
Autopiano Players, Knabe
Pianos. Latest Popular Music,
Harry Armitage. II. Cuslituan Carter
batuuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Co.,
Stock and Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
P. O. Box 683. Telephone 2101.
Cable anil Wireless Address:
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Kecular meetings held at "Castle
Hall," Wailuku, on First and Third
Thursdays of each mouth, Visitiue
Brothers cordihlly invited,
JOHN E. GARCIA, C. R.
J. S. MEDEIROS, F. S.
Drays, Express Wagons, Buggies, etc.;
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, TONY ABREU, Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton liuick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates for large parties.'
Weiguarantee to make all steamer and
ALOHA LODGE NO. a KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
W. A. SPARKS, C. C.
A .MARTINSEN, K. R. & S
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