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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY IS, 1915.
L. Y. Alona and family, of liana,
nro in Honolulu this week.
Mrs. P. Stark, of Lalialna, Is spend
ing a few days In Honolulu
Mrs. D. P. Pcnhnllow is visiting
friends In Honolulu this week.
The Kuiaha Club was entertained
yesterday by Mrs. Harry Wells.
A. Telxelra, of Lahalna, went to Ho
nolulu on last Saturday's Claudlnc.
Father Francis, of Pala, was n pass
enger for Honolulu on last week's
William Cullcn, a well known con
tractor, was on Maul this week on
Mrs. -Stanley Livingston has been
the guest this week of Mrs. W. A.
Baldwin, at Olinda.
George 1C. Trimble, of the HIlo
Electric company, spent several d'ys
in Walluku last week.
W. I. Wells, ot Haiku, returned
Wednesday from a several days busi
ness trip to Honolulu.
Supervisor R. A. Drummond return
ed Wednesday evening from a several
days trip to Honolulu.
Rev. J. W. Wadman, D. D., of Hono
lulu, will preach Sunday evening at
Walluku Union Church.
Mrs. W. E. Devercux and children,
of Hana, have- returned from a sev
eral weeks visit in Honolulu.
Mrs. Ralph Brown, of Honolulu, is
expected this morning to visit Mr. and
Mrs. E. Herrlck Drown, at Kuiaha.
The monthly meeting of the Cham
ber of Commerce will bo held next
Thursday at the Walluku court house.
W. O. Aiken's family have come
down from the mountain and are
sponding a few weeks in Walluku. at
the Lufkin home.
Rev. and Mrs. A. Craig Bowdlsh
have been spending the past week as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Baldwin
at their Olfnda place.
The Likellke took the Mikahalrs
run to Maui and Molokal this week.
J. Garcia made a flying trip to Ho
nolulu last Saturday, returning the
first of the week.
Joe Medeiros, of Walluku, Maul,
came to Hllo last week to visit his
father" who was very ill. The son just
arrived in time, as Medeiros senior
passed away on Friday morning. The
other members of the Medeiros fan.Hy
were also able to be present at the
deathbed. Hawaii Herald.
Service for Maui
Congressman Austin Will Try to Get
Postoffice to Inaugurate Air Ser
vice Between Islands.
An aerial mail route, with once-a-day
service between Oahu, Maui, Ha
waii and Kauai.
That is one project that is lo bo
considered as the result of the pres
ent inter-island tour of the congres
sional party. Powerful hydro iuro
planes could make the nVtt from Ho
nolulu to Hilo under three hours,
touching on Maul, while another s.ky
run i:ould be Inaugurated between Ho
ni 't.'iu and 'the Garden IsUnd, U the
Oi0.m-Maul-Hawall vctiiun- proved a
llepresenlnitvo R. U Austin ot Ten
nessee, is Uio originator of the flying
mail idea, and he intends to interest
other mc'uib.irs of the party in the
venture, a.t.". confer with the post
master-general us soon as he returns
"I believe that the people of the
outlying islands aro entitled to a more
frequent mail service, sclu llepresen
tatfve Austin. "I reallzo that the pas
senger and freight trsillie. lecween the
Islands isn't u.-y ououh to .ustify
a dally steamer run, but that's no
reason why ibn resid tut of Hllo, ior
Jnstanco bVu.d bo eul out of his
morning pai.cr, for In ih'. nc ot aero-
piano 1p doviuent, a 'JOr-iilic flight is
nothing oj )t th? n diuary. A short
while ago the pcsmif.? i-general was
very anxtout i. eta I'ish an aerial
mail llao in iiUvi T.tal United Slates',
but there, with fast d frequent train
service, it seemed Ut a wa'le of
moner. Hero it is a very different
mattT, and I shall certainly givo it
my attm-ion a-3 io i s I nu.ii.
High School Notes
HAMAKUAPOKO, May 14 The pu
pils of the Seventh and Eighth Grades
ot the Maui High nnd Grammar school
gave Uio following program at their
rhotorical exercises, Friday afternoon
Piano Solo "Her Bright Smile
Haunts Me Still". .Dorothy Fostei
necltatlon "Tho Blind Men and the
Elephant" Edward Walsh
Recitation "Tho Smack in School"
Recitation "Bingen on the Rhine"
Recitation "The American Flag"..
Recitation "Song of tho Cami.".
Piano Solo "Whisperings of Lovu"
Recitation "The uwi untie"... .
Recitation "Spartlcus to the Gladi
ators" Jack Walker
Recitation "Trick vs. Trick"
Recitation "Sheridan's Ride" ...
PJano Solo "Adoration"
Recitation "Cardinal Wolsoy's
Farewell to Power". Dorothy Po3ter
Recitation "The Voice of Peace".
John Ross McConkey
Song "Hawaii Ponoi".
Soxtetto composed of Dorothy Hair,
Thelma Boyum, Gladys Melnerice,
Dorothy Foster, Lillian Tavares,
New Law Makes Real
Maui Homesteaders Instrumental in
Securing Modern Measure to Safe
guard Community Enterprises.
The new co-operatlvo association
law which became effective on April
27, upon signature of tho Governor,
Is ot special interest on Maui, the
Kula and Haiku farm districts being
largely Instrumental In having t'.c
measure drafted and passed. Because
of this interest, and because of tho
fact that a number of minor amend'
ments were made to tho bill before
it was finally passed, It is published
in .full as follows:
An Act Relative to the Incorporation
of Cooperative Associations.
Bo it Enacted by the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii.
Section 1. Any number of persons,
not less than five, who aro residents
in the Territory, may associate them
selves as a corporation, association,
oclcty, company or exchange, for tho
purpose of carrying on any business
or undertaking, either mercantile or
ngricultuial, on the cooperative plan.
For tho purposes of this Act, the
words "association," "company," "ex
change," "society," and union," shall
have the same significance and shall
import a corporation.
Section 2. The corporation shall be
formed in tho manner prescribed In,
and bo subject to, tho provisions of
Chapter 1S1 of tho Revised Laws of
Hawaii. 1915, and all Acts in amend
ment thereof and in addition- thereto,
so far as they are not inconsistent
with the provisions of this Act; pro-
ided, that tho word "cooperative.
shall form a part ot the name of cor
porations formed under this Act, and
no corporation not organized under
this act shall use the word "cooper
ative" as part of its name.
Section 3. No person shall own
more than ten per cent, of tho shares
of the capital stock of corporations
formed under this Act, and no share
holder shall be entitled to more than
ono vote, Irrespective of the number
of shares held by him, on any sub
ject pertaining to the corporation or
Section 4. Any corporation formed
mder this Act may authorize the In
vestment of its reserve fund or any
part thereof, first, in tho building in
which it is doing business, or, second,
in first mortgages of real estate owned
and occupied as a dwelling by any of
Section 5. Tho earnings of every
such corporation shall be apportioned
in the following manner:
1. Not less than ten per cent, of
the annual profits shall bo set aside
for a reserve fund until there is ac
cumulated in said reserve fund an
amount of not less than thirty per
cent, of tho paid-up capital stock.
2. Dividends on tho paid-up capital
stock, not exceeding eight per cent,
per annum, may bo declared and paid.
3. Tho remainder of such earnings,
If any, shall bo distributed by a divi
dend upon tho amount of business
done with the association by share
holders and upon the amount of
wages earned and paid to employees
of tho corporation, In proportion to
such business and wages, such distri
bution to be made to the persons fn
tltled thereto at such times ns the
by-laws of tho corporation shall pro
scribe, which shall bo at least once
Section 6. The amount of debts
which any corporation formed under
this Act shall owe, shall at no time
exceed the amount of Its paid up capi
tal stock plus the amount of its
Section 7. All books of corpora
tions formed under this Act shall he
kept in such manner as is approved
by tho bank examiner of tho Terri
tory, and such corporation shall, at
least once each year, present for ex
amination by such bank examiner
such books as said bank examiner
may require. Provided, however,
that such bank examiner shall not be
required to audit such hooks unless
such corporation is doing a credit
union or other fiduciary buflncss.
Section 8. A corporation organized
under the provisions of this Act shall
ho subject to the provisions of Sec
tion 330j, Revised Laws of Hawaii,
1915, relating to tho payment of foes
by corporations to tho treasurer of
Section 9. This act shall take eftect
upon the date of Its approval.
Approved this 27th day of April,
A. D. 1915.
LUCIUS E. PINKHAM,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
Dan Cupid Busy in Makawao
MAKAWAO, May 13. Tho prospec
tive opening of homesteads in Maka
wao seems to hasten the bachelors to
look for wives. Below aro somo that
wero united in tho bonds of matri
mony the last week.
Last Saturday, Mr. Benjamin Frank
lin and Miss Carrie S. Madeira, both
of Kaupakalua, wero married at the
Makawao Catholic church.'- Ceremony
performed by the Rev. Father Antba
nasius. Plnhelro Philips.
Manuel Pinhelro, tho well known
chauffeur ot Makawao, and Miss Vir
ginia Freitas Philips, the popular
young lady of Makawao, were married
last Sunday morning at tho St. Jos
Last Monday, May 10, another wed
ding took placo in tho Makawao Cath
olio church, this time it was Miss
Agnes Pieper, formerly a teacher In
the Paia school, and Mr. Robert O. F
Stange, a traveling salesman from
Honolulu. Tho Stanges expect to
mako their futuro homo in Honolulu
ti r 1 m,, i .
;uiuiui.'i oimi Aiuunm, ior over du
On the Other Islands j
Would Cut Out Supervising Principal.
Kauai recommends the abolition of
tho ofllcc of supervising principal of
schools. The olllce was declared a
failure as far as Kauai Is concerned
nt a recent meeting of tho Mokthaiia
Club In Llhue. The members believe
the principal should have greater free
dom in tho management of Ills school
and should deal directly with the
Breakwater Engineer In Hospital.
Richard Quinn, assistant engineer
to Colonel Bromwell, was operated on
for nppendlcltls at Fort Shatter hos
pital a few days ago. The operation
was entirely successiul and the young
man is getting along as well as can
A standard form of dress for school
girls is being discussed by the Puna
hou Mother's Association.
Miss Moml Kcola will give a dem
onstration from the commercial de
partment, nnd Miss Mabel Wilcox will
give the Introduction to several musi
cal numbers In connection with the
Punahou Academy commencement ex
ercises next month.
Many To Take Exams.
It is estimated that at least 29.000
pupils In tho grammar grades of the
public schools of the territory will be
in lino for promotion through final
examinations next month. A commit
tee headed by George S. Raymond, in
spector of schools, now is at work on
Snioot Against Statehood.
"If I, an American citizen, had all
my holdings in these islands; if I
loved Hawaii as you do; if I expected
my children to live here in this gar
den spot, even then I would say it
would be extremely unwise for Hawaii
to have statehood granted at this
These were the words of United
States Senator Reed Smoot on the
occasion of the luncheon by the Com
mercial Club in Honolulu on Wednes
Prof. P. S. Burgess, formerly as
sistant professor of soil chemistry and
soil bacteriology at the University of
California, arrived in Honolulu in tho
Wilhelmina to fill tho vacancy in the
fctaff of tho H. S. P. A. experiment
station created by the promotion of
S. S. Peck.
Opera Leader May Head Band.
So charmed is Senor Chevalier Lui
gi Dl Roccia, conductor of the Bevani
Grand Opera Company's orchestra,
with Hawaii that he has- offered his
services to the city as director of tho
Hawaiian band, according to Super
visor Horner. -i
Mr. Horner said he understood Sen
or Roccia would accept an offer fiom
the city carrying a salary of $200 a
month. At present Peter Kalanl, as
sistant leader of the band, is tempo
rarily filling the vacancy created by
Captain Berger'ti retirement.
Killed In Waiakea Mill.
Leon Foronda. a Filipino mill work
er, was instantly killed last Friday'
morning in Waiakea mill, as a result
of his clothes catching on a screw of
a rapidly revolving shaft. He was
whirled round and thrown off so
quickly that all was over almost be
fore tho trouble was seen, and he was
picked up, dead, with skull, arms and
Army Would Dodge Auto Tax.
A test case to determine whether
army officers residing on federal gov
ernment property and owning automo
biles aro required to pay tho terri
torial automobile tax as provided for
iu section 1228 of the revised laws,
has been brought into circuit court in
a bill for injunction filed by Capt.
A. F. Cassels, 1st Field Artillery, with
station at Schofield Barracks, against
Charles T. Wilder, tax assessor and
collector of tho first taxation division.
Tho bill contends that on January
1, 1915, tho date on which taxes aro
levied on all property in the territory,
Capt. Cassels was, and now is, owner
of an automobile, and that at no lime
during the first day of January, 1915,
was the automobile without the con
fines of Schofield Barracks.
Carnival Company Elects Officers.
At a meeting of the directors of tho
Mid-Pacific Carnival, Ltd., held last
week, J.' F. C. Hagens was elected
president, Qeorgo P. Denison, vice-
president, S. M. Lowrey. secretary,
and Frank E. Blake, treasurer. These
men with the directors will appoint
a director-general for Ih'e 191G Carni
val, and havo general responsibility
for the success of next years event.
CARD CLUB MEETS.
The Walluku Card Club was enter
tained most delightfully at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Case, on Wed
nesday evening. Seven tables were
played, and thero wero a number of
on-lookers. Delicious refreshments
were served. Tho meeting wob one
of tho most pleasant yet held by tho
CHANCE ON CLAUDINE.
Tom Burnlrigham, formerly with the
Inter-Island, but more recently con
nected with tho von Hainm-Young
Company, as salesman, Is back-to his
first love, and greeted his old friends
this week, as freight clerk on tlu
Claudine. Ho- has succeeded Franl:
McKenzle, who is now on tho Kllauca,
years a luna in the Pala plantation
passed away on May 2, at Pala hos
pltal. Deceased was a native of St
Michaels, and leaves a widow, threo
sons and three daiiGhtnrs in inAiirn lila
Win Their First Game in 1 0 Innings
From Paia Hansen Shows Class
Fans Get Money's Worth
Will Try Puunene Tomorrow.
STANDING OF TEAMS.
Hawalls . 1 0
Palas 1 1
Puunencs 0 1
Hawalls 5; Palas 4; 10 Innings.
Maybe George Cummlng's Colts nro
not broken to harness, and then again
maybe they are. Anyhow, last Sun
day they surprised their critics and
pleased their supporters by the show
ing made in the game against tho
Paia aggregation at Wallunu" Park.
It was sonic game, and It took ten
full Innings to reach a decision. There
were but eight hits all told, and the
score stood 5 to 4. It was snappy ball
from start to finish; just the article
to delight tho fans. The nltendaneo
as fairly large and by the enthusiasm
shown during the first two games of
tho series, this season will prove the
Hansen, the young slabster of the
Hawalls, made a very creditable show
ing, allowing but two men bases on
balls. Showing remarkable coolness,
peed, and a clear head, this young
ster is marked to make a showing in
the baseball world in time. He is
also some walloper, laying the willow
on the horse-hide for two hits Sunday.
The Hawalls wero first to bat, and
scored a run when, after two were
down, Hansen drove the sphere to
center scoring Maxwell, who reached
first sack on an error of tho Paia
thltd sacker. In the thlid, Kama, of
the Hawalls, scored on Alvin Robin
son's balk; and in the fifth' Kama
again scored with the assistance of a
hit and a passed ball. In tho tenth
with tho score tied, Cockett and Han
sen scored, after a base on balls was
allowed and two hits made.
For the Palas, Foster Robinson scor
ed on a hit, a stolen base, and n couple
of passed balls In the second frame.
There as nothing doing for them until
the sixth, when on a couplo of hits,
and an error, Henry Robinson and
Yamoto scored, tying the score In that
frame. In the tenth Alvin Robinson,
after geetlng to first on balls, stole
second, reached third, on a passed
hall and scored on a sacrifice fly to
center. Tho Inning closed with Ya
moto's fly to left garden, leaving H.
Robinson on first sack.
Tomorrow afternoon's game wii'. bo
between Cummings' Hawalls and Pas
choal's Puunene champions. These
teams havo faced the fans in a game
apiece, and the stage fright being
taken out of them, there is no reason
why a snappy and fast game should
not result between, these teams.
The Puunencs have had two weeks
of hard practise, and tho Hawalls
have been on tho ground every night,
getting ready to add another winning.,
Blondlo" Williams, it Is understood,
is showing great form, and is expected
to make the Walluku Colts take the
strike-out route to a certain extent.
The "line-up of both teams is expected
to bo tho same as on their first ap
pearance. It is common talk that Willie Bal
and Hymio Meyer would like to don
the Hawaiis' suit this season. There
is no denying tho fact that these men
would be a strong addition to Cum
mings' team, being experienced slab
sters, and good stickers, and if they
will keep their places on the team
as players, It would be to the advan
tage of the 'Hawalls to put them on
tho team. It is not good sport to al
low two good players to become
'rusty for lack of playing, provided,
KALAMA, S E. (R)20 3G 154 24 174 54 203 35 33 31 45 134 28 44 19 117 32 Si 28 Gl 311357
BURNS, JERRY, (D). 3 2 11 1 110 G4 21 12 2? 14 8- 11 G G 0 15 5 10 2 G 0335
COCKETT, PIA, (D) G 14 43 17 222 89 59 41 27 39 23 47 17 1G 0 1G 9 8 13 59 9 774
DRUMMOND,RfA.(R)lG 40 114 5 120 27 202 34 10 25 47 130 25 42 22 123 27 41 5 21 221107
PALI, PHILIP, (R) T 30 51' 195 27 97 44 194 32 18 21 45 113 23 37 21 107 2G 37 22 79 37 125G
RAYMOND, J. II. (D) 7 G 90 2G 229 85 29 53 35 31 38 35 8 8 1 50 5 17 2G G5 15 859
UAHINUI, J. N. (R)2G 41 145 5 43 27 1GG 20 10 12 35 112 23 32 19 97 27 33 12 43 48 982
BEVINS, E. R. (R)..20 43 132 9 138 47 213 47 13 14 47 140 28 45 21 108 29 31 19 64 29 124G
MURPHY, E. (D) .... 6 0 26 16 126 59 ,10 13 ?G 25 12 9620 18 4 967 1 380
I hereby certify that tho foregoing Is a truo and correct tabulation of the result or tho General Election held
on tho 4th day ot May, A. D. 1915, in tho County of Maul, Territory or Hawaii, as taken from the Official Returns
of tho Result of Votes Cast at tho said Election, on filo in tho office of tho County Clerk of tho County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii.
GOOD THINGS TO' EAT
Favorite Recipes of
RECIPF.S FOR ONION DAY.
Cook In 2 tablespoons butter, one
tablespoon finely chopped onlonc and
1 teaspoon chopped green pepper. Add
1 can tomatoes, 1 teaspoon salt, 1
tablespoon chopped mushrooms nnd 1
eggs lightly beaten. Stir till thick
and servo on toast. May ndd minced
cold ham, olives, rice or any cold
Slice Bermuda onions wafer thin.
Let stand 15 minutes in a dressing of
1 cup vinegar, 1 teaspoon salt, tea
spoon pepper, dash paprika and ca
yenne, teaspoon sugar. May also
sllco cucumbers with tho onions.
Hollow out largo firm tomatoes.
Tako this, add 1 finely chopped onion,
2 finely chopped hard boiled eggs, 2
tablespoons thick mnyoniiFise, season
ing." Mix well but do not mako it
mushy and return to hollowed toma
toes. Serve Ice cold on lettuce hearts.
Delicious Fish Sauce.
Blend 1 tablespoon flour nnd 1 of
butter, pour over it 1 cup boiling milk
however, they aro willing to stay by
tho team and follow orders.
Following is the scoro of the game:
AB R BH SB PO A E
Maxwell, If .... 5 1 0 0 3 0 0
Kama, cf 3 2 1 1 3 1 P
Cockett, 2b 3 1 0 0 5 1 0
Hansen, p G 1 2 0 0 -3 0
Vlela, 3b 4 0 0 0 3 3 0
Rodrigues, ss . . , 4 0 1 0 2 5 0
Scholtz, H., C...5 O'O 0 51 0
Kala, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cummings, lb . 3 0 0 0 9 0 4
Totals 35 5 4 1 30 14 4
AB R BH SB PO A E
Carrcira, rf 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Arcla, rf 4 0 1 0 2 3 0
Paoa, ss . 4 0 1 0 2 3 0
F. Robinson, c, p4112730
A. Robinson, p, c2101021
Rochn, 3b, 2b ... 3 0 0 0 0 1 3
Rels, 2b 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
English, 2b, 3b.. 3 0 0 0 4 2 1
H. Robinson, lb... 3 1 1 0 9 0
Yamoto, if 4 1 0 0 2 0 1
Totals 31 4 4 3 29 12 C
Cummings out on foul strike.
Hits and runs by Innings:
Hawaiis: R.. 1 01010000 2-5
B. H 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2-4
Paias: R 0 1 0.0 0 2 0 0 0 14
B. II 0 10102000 0 i
Summary: Sacrifice hits Kama,
Cockett, English. Hits off Alvin Rob
inson, 3; Foster Robinson, 1; Hansen,
4. Double play Rodriges to Cum
mings. Bases on halls off Alvin
Robinson, 5; Hansen, 2. Strike outs
by Alvin Robinson, 7; by Hansen, 5.
Passed balls Scholtz, 3. Wild pitch
Alvin Robinson. Balk Alvin Robin
son. Hit by Pitcher H. Robinson.
Umpire W. S. Chilllngworth. Time
of game one hour and fifty-three
Puunene Win Bowlers
By Small Margin
By nosing out the Gymnasium team
in two close games out of three last
Monday night, the Puunene Athletics
hold tho honois for tho second bowl
ing match of tho season. Tho first
match was a tie. In tho second match,
tho Wailukus won tho first game, but.
the next two went to Puuncno by a
few pins. Tho scores were generally
low, duo to new pins on tho Gym.
The next match will be bowled at
Puunene, but has been postponed from
next Monday night on account of the'
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x ' 7tl1 day of
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stirring constantly. W&en creamy and
smooth, season with shit and popper
and ndd ten drops lcniQ" juclo, 10
drops onion Juice, 2 mitred hard
boiled eggs nnd parsley lotastc.
Escalloped Onions. V
Butter a baking dish. In this", lllare
alternate layer sliced onions iind lut-
tered cracker crumbs, lotting the lop
layer bo crumbs. Fill with milk and
bake hour In moderate oven.
Peel and remove center, about 1
Inch ncross. Make a filling of cold
meat, sausage or chicken, dry bread
crumbs, season, a llttlo soft butter
and tho chopped onion centers. A
dash of Worcestershire Is a help. Put
strips of green peppers around -edge
and bake in hot oven.
Appetizing Odorless Onions.
Pour boiling water over C laTgo
peeled onions and drain. . Boll G eggs
10 minutes, mash yolks and cream
wllli-1 heaping teaspoon butter, add
salt, celery salt, pepper, to tasto'nnd
cup cracker crumbs. Stuff tho
onions, placo in a shallow pan with
M cup water and bake. Serve on but
tered slices of graham Or white bread,
covered with milk gravy.
Chinese Win in Eleven
Innings by Close Score
With llaikus as Opponents They Put
Up Exciting Exhibition Now Has
The Juniors had only ono game last
Sunday. It was between tho Halks
and Chinese, resulting in the China
men beating their rivals by a score of
11 to 10 in an 11 inning game.
Tills game was as exciting as any
big league exhibition although tho
scoring was too high. At the end of
tho ninth inning the scoro stood 6 to 6.
Round number 10 found both teams
blanked and unable to score. But in
the 11th inning, in their first hnlf,
the llaikus started with a bombard
ment on Equing's deliveries and net
ted them four runs. At this stage
of the game cheers went up from tho
rooters of tho Halkus who wero so
sure of the game that nothing could
But In the last half of the lllh,
tho Chinese hitters walked boldly up
to the plate and picked all Iho good
ones sent ncross by southpaw Lee.
That terrific bombardment of hits
started Sam Alo's beauts crossing the
plate ono by ono until five runs wero
netted. The Chinese players took tho
victory calmly, but the rooters went
Standing of Teams.
P. W. L,
Chinese 4 3 1
Halkus 4 2 - 2
Cubs 3 1 2
Waikapus 3 1 2
opera company's appearance on that
Tho scores for Monday's games fol
lows: Puunene Athletic Club.
J. B. Thomson, ...12G 152 129107
M. G. Paschoal....l39 121 181444
Geo. Murray 108 132 142382
A. McLaien 1G7 180 103510
J. II. Nelson 140 143 155448
Totals G80 731 780 2191
Wm Hansen 117 119 173139
Geo. N. Weight. .. .149 122 169140
F. A. Lufkin 13G 17G 115427
B; Kaumeheiwa Jr. 134 129 149112
W. Chilllngworth.. 157 1GG 171494
Ttotals 723 712 777 2312
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IN WITNESS. WHEREOF, I havo hereunto set my hand
the seal of tho County of Maui, this
May, A. D. 1915.
WMi FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii.