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THE MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914
i; Same Helps
i Kula Fund
Shrincrs Change Umpires Several
Times Ending With Kappelmeister
Berger.- Tremendous Crowd
Has Great Fun,
Tlif Wailuku 1'all grounds never
saw :i larger attendance at a baseball
game tluui t lint last Sunday, Hie
object of which was aid fur the Ku
la Sanitarium. The grandstand was
packed to standing room only, the
sidelines were thick with peo)lc,
and the line of automobiles stretch
cd deal into the centre field, which
never heforo happened. Th net
proceeds arc expected to amount to
nhout S 125.
The Hawaiian hand, under lender
ship of Captain Uorgcr, arrived at
half past three, then the big game
was on. On the third-base line
stood ahout two-score of howling
hyena shriners, and they surely
were making a little lioise. Hvory
thing of course, was in the best of
spirit, calculated to make the day
one never to he forgotten.
The first hasehall game of theday
commenced at 1:')0 hctweeii the
Chinese and the I'uunenes, and was
won hy the latter team, hy score of
' S to I.
At three thirty, tlicW'ailukus and
All-Mauis started tho game of the
clay, whicli proved very interesting
indeed. The game was snappy, the
hoys were in good shape, and the
fans were treated to a nice game,
which ended in u score of f to 2 in
favor of the Wailuku nine. The
W'ailukus had consented to allow
their star pitcher Hal to throw for
the All-.Maui, while .Meyer pitched
for the Wailuku Nine, The local
man was given excellent support,
and it might he said for the All
Mauis that they played in rather
hard luck, fortune seeming to fawn
the local nine, lioth in the hitting
and fielding. English made the
star catch of the day, fielding a
long fly with a one-hand hack catch,
a brilliant feat.
Chillingworth wau official umpire,
but after a few innings, was carried
off the field bodily by the Shriners,
who stated they had taken charge, of
the town, ami were in command at
the baseball fort, even though they
hail no guns. They then carried
I'awlins bodily into thegrounds and
forced him to do the umpire act.
I'awlins being a good baseball man
proved satisfactory, until he had a
dispute with a Shriners as to what
the word baseball .meant. Some of
the shriners insisted that h'awlins
knew nothing of the game, and
Rawlins insisted that they knew not
of what they were talking, the con
sequence being that Itawlins was
packed ofT the field, and llosecrans,
who had run three hundred yards
in the record breaking titnoorthiity
two minutes fiat, was substituted.
The climax was readied though
when that unsatisfied Shrinercrowd
made Poseorans go up in a balloon,
stationed Will Itawlins at the band
stand, and carried Captain Merger
on to the Hall field to finish up the
While Will Itawlins played ap
propriate Sunday music, such as
"There'll be a hot time in the old
town," "I won't be -home Till
Morning'' and "How Dry I Am,"
I5ergor was shouting at the batter
and telling him "For Heaven's sake
why don't you hit the Hall." Merger
made a very good umpire, because
the pitcher would invariably tell
him whether the hall was a strike
or ball, all of which went alright.
It was a great day, the game was
a beautiful one, the fans were in the
host of disposition, with the Shrin
ors furnishing any humor that was
lacking, the cause was a worthy one,
and the baseball playorworo much
pleased to know that they wore as
sisting an enterprise which touches
tho heart of overy Maui citizen.
Through tho co-operation of the
public in general quite a little
On Dry Land
Y. M. C. A. Boy Athletes
Will Show Maui Some
A main fi alure of next Saturday
nurhl s Inn athletic cat nival to he
held in the Alexander House tlyni
nnsium will lie the hiuli diving con
test on mats for the championship
of the Hawaiian Islands.
In addition to high diving, there
will be competition to see who can
dive the longest distance from a
spring board. Both of these events
are sensational and thrilling.
Harold Harvey, son of F. 15
Harvey, former engineer of the
Maui loan fund, is the star per
former of this gymnastic team of
Honolulu hoys. He will arrive on
Tuesday with .Mr. liobley. The
other members of the team will
arrive Wednesday with (!. 15. Jack
son, physical director of the Hono
lulu Y. M. C. A.
On the nights of September third
and fourth, basket hall and volley
ball games will be played. The big
feature of tho hoys' trip, however, is
the atldetic carnival on Saturday
The boys expected in the party
are Clifford Melin, Allan Itoach
and H. Uanneborg of the Lincoln
Club; K. Decker and T. Decker, of
the Wellington Club; David Pent,
of the Kamchamcha Club; Harold
Harvey, of the Punahou Club; and
August Comae.ho of the Kaimuki
Citizens Present Portrait of Former
Maui Jurist in Presence of Shriner
Delegation. Eloquent Tributes
Paid Deceased. '
A feature of the Shriners' visit,
which had not h; cn generally an
nounced, was the presentation hy
the citizens of Wailuku to the
county, of a handsome life sized
likeness of the late Judge A. N. Ke
poikai. The presentation was made
in the circuit court room in the pre
sence of a large number of the visit
ing Shi iners, brothers of the deceased
jurist. There were present also tho
widow of the deceased jurist, and
The presentation was made by
William J. Coelho, on behalf of the
citizens of Maui who had contribut
ed towards the cost of the picture,
and whospokc with much feeling. The
gift was accepted by Supervisor
Wm. Henning on behalf of the
It. W. Hreckonsand J. D. Tucker,
on behalf of tho Masonic orders, of
which Judge Kepoikoi had been a
member for many years before his
death, paid eloquent tribute to tho
character of tho departed.
Made flood Shortage
And Gets Off Lightly
A. 15. Krueger, former police
ollicer, wlio was arrested in Hono
lulu last week on charge of gross
cheat, pleaded guilty to tho charge
in the local District court, on Mon
day, and was given a suspended
sentence. The First National Pank,
from whom Kreuger had fraudulent
ly secured 819, was willing that this
course should bo taken, the defend
ant having made good the amount
of the indebtedness. Kreuger has
returned to Honolulu, where ho has
money was ntado, and Dr. Durney
will now lio able to take care of an
additional tubercular patient with
tho proceeds received from the
On the Other Islands
1! S. llosmer, has resigned as a
member of the Hoard of regents of
the College of Hawaii, and as chair
man of the territorial conservation
commission. 'lie-left on Wednesday
for Ithaca, X. Y , where he has ac
cepted : professorship in Cornell
Charles Cash, of Hilo, is allege.i
to have confessed to lobbing the
Mooheau saloon of S(9, by forcing
an entrance to the place and rilling
the cash register.
II. II. Perry, formerly head luna
of Union Mill, Kohala, has been
apnoiutcd manager of Ilalawa plan
tation, succeeding J. Atkins Wight.
K. Iokia, an Olaa Japanese,
stabbed Mrs. Takahara Uwi in the
breast when she refused to dopo
with him, and then disemboweled
himself. lie will probably die.
The woman may recover.
Jealousy is supposed to have
prompted tho fiendish murder of a
Japanese woman named Tame, in
tho Honokaa (Hawaii) camp, by
Toiyoji Kudo, who hacked her to
pieces with a cane knife, while she
lay asleep with her infant baby by
her side. The murderer escaped.
A new automobile dub is being
organized in Honolulu.
Tho ballot to be used at the pri
mary election two weeks from today,
will be the largest ever required on
Maui. It is IS inches long and 22
inches wide. It has five columns
National republican, national denia
cratic, national progressive, home
rule, and lahui. It is a complicat
ed looking affair, and it doesn't
take much of a prophet to predict
that there will be lots of trouble for
many voters and for the election in
spectors. Put Maui's ballot is a simple
affair compared with that of Oahu,
where tho vote will bo taken on all
county ollicers as well as for terri
torial ones. The ballot required
there is 2G inches wide and over 50
Fined For Causing
Automobiles to Collide
Joo Tavares, recently arrived from
Honolulu, and since then engaged
in driving a rent automobile for
Pestana, paid a S2o fine in the dis
trict court, on Wednesday, on con
viction of fast and furious driving.
Tavares camo into conflict with
tho law through a collision which
he had with a car driven by All
Sing, last Saturday evening, on the
beach road between Wailuku and
Kahului. Ah Sing's car was turned
completely over. Two passengers
in the wrecked car, a Mrs. Jona,
and a Chinese named Ah Lau, had
narrow escapes, as did Ah Sing, but
none received serious injury.
Tavares' car showed no inarms of
the collision, according to reports.
The case was prosecuted hy Deputy
County Attorney Vincent, while
Harry Mossman made a strong de
fense for the accused. i
1: TTprnlc; I
J. Kauhane and son, have gone
Mrs. L. Weinzheimer, of Laha
ina. is in Honolulu.
Rev. R. B. Dodge was a Hono
lulu visitor this week.
Mrs,' H. M. Wells, of Kuiaha,
is the guest of Mrs. W. A. McKay.
Deputy Sheriff David Morton, of
TT , . . 1 - - . 1 . -1
m.iffawao, is in nouoiiuu huh wcck
A. C. Rattray, cashier of the Ka
Milui Railroad Company, has been
spending a week's vacation in Ho
nolulu. Manager Weinzheimer, of the
'loneer Mill Company, was a call-
'er on Governor Piukliain, in Hono
lulu, this week.
Prof. F. G. Krauss, of the Col
leue of Hawaii, arrived last week
to (spend some time on his home
stead at Kuiaha.
K. Ilerrick Prown, acting post
master at Haiku, hns been confined
to his home in Kuiaha during the
past week by illness.
Mr. and Mrs.(i.l). Lufkin, Mis
Smith, and Miss Mncfarlnne, wen
the dinner guests last evening of
the Wahine Kapu Club.
Dr. W. R. ISoote, returned thi
week from an extended tiip to the
mainland, which Included aKr a
trip to the West Indies.
Miss Mary P.. Hoffman of Maui,
is the guest of Mis. Geo. SehnuKr.
They are at present spending --(.v
era! weeks at Waialua. - Star-Bulletin.
Mrs. D. D. Baldwin, Mr. ai d
Mis. P. H. Atwater, and the
Charles Baldwins, are at "I, nana,"
W. A. Baldwin's mountain place
Miss Garnie Rosecrans, of Paia,
left last week for the coast where
she will visit friends for several
months. Most of her visit will
probably he spent in Denver.
Miss Maggie Wicliert, daughter
of Captain Carl Wicliert, of Kahu
lui, returned home on Wednesday
from Honolulu, where she was re
cently operated upon tor a severe
case of appendicitis. She is now
Senator Harry A. Baldwin of
Maui, who recently arrived at San
Francisco on his way to Iviirope,
only to find his way blocked by
hostilities, is now at the Bellevue,
intending to go to Lake Tahoe
with his family. He will soon re
turn to Hawaii, leaving his family
at Tahoe for an extended vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Guilio Fcrari, of
Italy, who recently arrived in the
Islands for an extended visit, are
now the guests of Mrs. Ferari's
sister, Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, at
Makawao. Mr. Ferari is a noted
writer on Italian subjects. Mrs.
Ferari and Mrs. Baldwin were both
horn in the old William and Mary
Alexander parsonage in Wailuku,
and they visited the place during
the past week.
CAUD OF THANKS.
On behalf of all those connected
with the Kula Sanitarium I desire
to express the most sincere appre
ciation and thanks to those who
had direct charge of the ball game
ast Sunday, to the Shriners, who
boosted, and to the public who
patronized the game forthe purpose
of assisting this institution.
C. P. Durney, M. D.
Waiakoa, August 28, 1911.
25c. per 12; $1.50 per 100; $8
per 1000. Five varieties.
To the Voters'of Maui County,
lielieving in the principles of the
Kepuhlican Party, and as a member o
the Republican Tarty, I beg to place my
name before you for the nomination as
Tho' coming from Maui's smallest
district, I assure that I shall, if elected,
represent all Maui County in the Senate.
(Sig.) G. P. COOKK.
Subject to the will of the voters of
Maui, I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the position of Representative.
If nominated and elected I promise to
support to the best of my ability the
platform of the Republican party in this
Territory, and the interests of Maui
County in particular.
Subject to the Approval of the Kepuh
lican voters of the Third Representative
District, I herebv offer myscif as a can
didate for the House of Representatives,
and I pledge myself to stiport the plat
form of the Republican party in this
(Sd.) J. K. l'UU.
James S. 31cl)0itQ,
Republican Candidate for Representative
A sure supporter of the
JAMIiS S. ACIIONG.
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BY COUNTY CLEKK.
CONCERNING ERASURE OF NAMES OF ELECTORS.
In compliance with tho provisions of Sect inn fi, of Act GS, Session
Laws of 191 1, as amended by Section 2, of Act lO.1), Session Laws of
P.lll, and any other law or laws of tho Territory of Hawaii, enabling mo
so to do, notice is hereby given that, unless good cause is shown for not
so doing, it is my intention, on Wednesday, September 2, 1911, to erase
from the General (Official) Register of Electors for the County of Maui,
the names and signatures of the electors hereinbelow mentioned for the
reasons hereinbelow given:
. Reasons for erasure
Precincts Death and Remov
als of Residence
. 6lh Removals aoth Removals
' Wnihee Pukoo
Kalahele, Chas " " Kaikiohua, J "
Kalanl, Robt Jr " " Keahi, P "
Kamaihoolewa " " Kuaana, I " "
Kamaka, Chas " " 2ist "
Kamaka, Itnohaku ' " Kaunakakai
Lahaina, P " Kaiole, Jim "
Nanmkaokala, K " " 6l), ,)cal,is
7'1 " Wnihee
Puuneue Kopa " "
Moore, C " " Kuhio, S M " "
12th " Ramai, ICaluua " ' "
Itnmakuapoko Kapiko, Sam " "
M S do Ponle " " l.omio, Nahiku " "
13th " 7ll .
IIuclo . Puuneue
Ivmmesley.PeterJ " " Kalani, Opunui
Kahiamoe, Abr " ' Kckahuna.Kuot.ohi " , "
Kaholokula, John " '" '3lh "
Kailiauu, Kula " " Uco
Kan elan, John ' " . Kla. 1il!l " "
Macauley. John " "
Smythe, Harry R " " Kipahulu
. Kahale, S W " "
'5m' Kuhue " "
Kahookele, David " " . ' . ,,
Pa, Tho, K " t,'fl
,,, ... , ,, .. ,. Halawa
Wright, hestus 15 ' KaiKaia, o.m.i l ,
,)tl! " Pukoo
,,tl,ul ICeakawai, S "
Pcrreira, M " 2ml
II,al0' ' ' ICaaihue, John
Kaamuuan ., J Knu,
I?"1 " Knluna, Piimoku "
Kipahulu ( Kauiakau
llrodenck, Henry T " " Kamohoalii, Sol "
Hoewaa " " j.mla wiii; ..
Kauihou, Sam " Kaohua, K M '
Taylor, Wm W Kupuni, John "
I'lii, Makia Kcaiim, Wm N " '
19th " Klpi, Moses "
Htilawn Ki win!, Kaulaua "
Kawaa, John. " ' Knialoiui, David " '
20th " Keonaona u '
Pukoo Mamaulani " '
Dudoit, M " " Mnkahielue, K "
Dudoit, A " " Nawaelua " "
llae, I) K " Punilio, Abr H " "
Kaahanui, P " " Schultse, K "
Aug. S, 15, 22, 29, 1911.
HON- P. J. GOODNESS.
I beg to annnmcc that I will hen
Candidate for re-election to the House of
Representatives on the Republican
Ticket at the coming Primary, and
pledge myself to support the Platform of
he Republican Party.
Your obedient servant,
P. J. GOODNKSS, (Kuknncki)
I hereby announce that I will he n
Candidate for re-election to the House oa
Representatives on the Republican Tick
et at the coming Primary, and tiledgu
myself tc. support the Platform of the
johnt wn.eox. (Wiukoui)
WAII.UKU -:- PHONK -:-
J Drays, Kxnress Wagons, Huggies, etc
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, I-ivink Medeieos, Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton lSuick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates for large parlies.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
Reasons lor Erasure
Precincts Death and Remov
als o Residence
WM. F. KAAH,
County Clerk, of tho County of Maui,