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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1915.
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P. O. Box S3
St. Anthonys Win In
First Winter Game
Score 7 to 6 Against Waikapus.
Chinese and Asahis Play a Tic.
Schedule of Season.
The Winter League opened its
season Inst Sunday by putting on
the diamond four evenly matched
teams which put up two well contest
The first game was called by Offi
cial Empire Geo. H. Cummings, and
the St. Anthonys and Waikapus
answered his call of "play ball." The
Waikapus were first to bat and they
failed to connect with Keehu's de
livery in their first inning. The St.
Anthonys scored one run in their first
inning and were then held down by
their opponents until the middle of
At this time the Waikapus managed
to put across the diamond five runs
which made Keehu waver a little,
thus giving them four runs to the
good. But this did not dishearten the
St. Anthonys' boys who came right
back and evened up the score by
crossing the plate four times.
At this stage of the game excite
ment ran high and there was no sign
put forth by each team as to who will
win the game until the 7th, when the
school boys scored one run. But the
Waikapus evened up this lead on the
8th by a home run made by Catcher
The St. Anthonys again scored one
more in their 8th inning when a three
bagger was made by H. Paoa, when
one man was on first, thus giving
them the lead by one run. The Wai
kapus tried to tio the score in their
9th, but their three batters were re
tired by "Blackie" Keehu. thus losing
the game to the St. Anthonys by the
score of 7 to 6.
The second game was started by the
C. A. C.s and Asahis.
At the beginning of this game the
Asahis showed strength and put it
all over the Chinese by scoring 7 runs
in the first four innings, while the
Chinese were blanked all this time,
and it looked like an easy victory for
But the weather at this stage of
the game interfered and allowed the
Chinese to even up the score, as the
ball was very slippery and could not
bo handled well.
At the end of the 9th, the score
stood 9 to 9 and Umpire Cummings
called the game off on account of
Next Sunday the boys will put up
some more crack games and the fol
lowing will face each other:
First game 1 p. m., St. Anthonys vs.
Second game 3 p. m., Waikapus vs.
C, A. C.s.
Maul Winter Baseball League, Sche
dule of the First Series.
Oct. 31, St. Anthony vs Waikapus. C.
A. C. vs Asahi.
Nov. 7, Asahi vs St. Anthony. C. A. C.
Nov. 14, Waikapu vs Aasahi. C. A. C.
vs St. Anthony.
Nov. 21, C. A. C. vs Asahi. Waikapu
vs St. Anthony.
Nov. 28, C. A. C. vs Waikapu. Asahi
vs St. Anthony.
Dec. 28, C. A. C. vs St. Anthony. Wai
kapu vs Asahi.
A public meeting will be held by
the Public Utilities Commission of
Hawaii in the ofnee of the Superin
tendent of Public Works, Capitol
Building, Honolulu, on Tuesday, Nov.
11. 1915. at 7:30 P. M., to consider a
proposed change of rates by the Maui
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WAI
LUKU, COUNTY OF MAUI, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
J. H. KUNEWA, Assessor and Col
lector of Taxes in and for the Sec
ond Taxation Division of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, Plaintiff, vs. ELLEN
K. MILLER, (non-resident). Defend
ant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION OF SUM-
The above named riaintiff having
brought an action in this Court for
the recovery of Fourteen & 28-100
($14.28) Dollars for taxes assessed
against the above named Defendant
upon property in the District of Wai
luku. Second Taxation Division of
the Territory of Hawaii, and the said
Defendant being a non-resident of the
Taxation division aforesaid,,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all
parties in interest in said matter shall
appear before me at my Court Room
in Wailuku, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, aforesaid, upon the 27th
day of November, 1915, at 10 o'clock
A. M. of said day, and defend the
foregoing action, and upon failure to
appear and defend as aforesaid, judge
ment will be entered and execution is
sued and levied upon the property
for which the tax was assessed or
upon any property of such Defendant
as may be found.
Dated Wailuku, Maul, October 23,
W. A. M'KAY.
District Magistrate of Wailuku,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Nov. 6, 13, 20.
Notice is hereby given that, my
wife, Mrs. M. B. Medeiros, having left
my bed and board, without just cause,
I will not be responsible for any debts
incurred by her in my name, without
my written consent.
Dated at Puunene, Maul, T II., this
first day tf October, 1915.
M. B. MEDEIROS.
Nov. 5, 12, 19. 26.
"A RESOLUTION TO FILIPINO
Editor, Maul News: After reading
the "Maul News" dated Oct. 29th
about the "Filipino Problem," I, with
some of my countrymen were struck
to a shameful feeling, because of this
statement "this primitive class of
people counts for nothing now"
which meant the Filipinos here in Ha
waii taken as a whole. Therefore, I.
though, having no face to resolve the
problem am venturing to explain that
according to that statement, the said
problem has classified us, as a nation
compared to dogs of the same color;
are chased and put to death. Of
course, in all the dogs of the world
there some out of every class which
are so selfish, but we are dead by
Let me tell the readers that the
writer of the "Filipino Problem" was
mistaken to announce such state
ments, picking up the whole race as
evil doers, for he inflicts a big cut
to every heart of the Filipinos who
are living humbly.
I do not mean to say that Filipinos
are all O. K. for it has been known
that some' of the criminal doers had
been found in my race; but there are
some criminal occurences happened
in various places in these Islands and
the name Filipino had always the first
been suspected though guiltless.
Proof. One month month ago a "Rob
bery" acts occurred in Camp II, Puu-
nene. A Japanese Barber having lost
his $14.00 in his shop, Buspected that
the robbers were Filipinos, and in the
last moment when the case was tried
the suspected Filipinos were found
"Inocent." Last year also, a murder
ous crime happened In Maalaea, Maul,
upon the killing of the old-Chinese-peddler,
by which the murderers were
not known until now. When that
tragedy ooccurred the name Filipino
was murmured to be the actor of the
crime. Investigation had been care
fully searched by the Judicial Author
ity among the Filipinos of Waikapu
and Maalaea, etc., yet, no shadow of
blood was found among them. "Oh!
How poor were the guiltless Filipinos
who had suffered the Jail for days
and nights caused by suspection or by
false demand. The perjudiced Fili
pinos could never make a complaint
against suspecters for the Hawaiian
Law doesn't punish the false com
plainers. I am kindly giving these
lines to the wise attention of any Executive-Law
of this oppression against
mv people. I do not mean that Fili
pinos should be neglected by the Jurt
dlcal Authority of their criminal deeds
but I pray them to investigate clearly
the accused one before putting them
in Jail or in trouble.
I also suggest to the writer of the
"Filipino Problem" that before an
nouncing your lines, may think twice,
because some of your statements In
this illustrated newspaper (Maul
News)" did not have any fundamental
reason. You a!so are trying to pre
dict vain thought for the future of
Maui Fipiltnos. It has been deter
mined that Maul will have more share
concerning the Filipino depredation,
but nobody can reckon the future
fortune of any one unless he is a re
Sometimes, in some cases Filipinos
are oppressed, and it is why that too
many burnings are always found
among our people; because the op
pressors are bringing fire to some of
us who are already living in fire, bo
that, if two or more sticks of fire
kindles to each other, then, the fire
begins to blaze higher and makes a
Nothing else can I say, if Filipinos
are people of fire a nation that, are
wrong doers such as criminal etc.,
which are seldom done by other na
tion as what others supposed, let the
water from every "Puna Way" he
opened to stop the fire. Let the work
of true Christianity be extended
through out the Islands. But, who
are going to the work? "Oh!" Lob
sters are not called, because they
are not real fish nor will they suc
ceed, for they go backward; there
fore nothing be in progress. Now,
men like Peter and Paul are needed
in the cattle, for If great Is the war
in Europe but still greater is the war
When you see a nation, perishing
in these Islands, then, It is your auty
to plunge them in the Stream of Life,
the blood of Jesus which cleanses
whiter htan snow.
Linger not if you are called, but
come and help us for the salvation of
souls; lest their blood be found in
your garments in the judgement day.
The Hawaiian Sugar Planters are
not to be blamed of bringing Filipinos
here because they know that these
people are not all uncivilized, nor all
of them idlers, but there are many
who have reached civilized and there
are also who have always busy hands
for toiling the soil.
PEDRO M. ESQUERAS,
Under consent of "Filipino Bene
volent Society." .
Entered of Record
WM SYLVA to Mrs Esther Holstein;
por R P 432, Kul 32, bhlgs. etc, Wai
kapu. Maul. Oct 25, 1915. Jl.
MANUEL ROBELLO & WF to Matsui
Sonzo; Ap 1 of R P 6732. Pulehuiki,
Kula. Maui. Oct. 26, 1915. $400.
LIONA K KAKANI & WF by Mtgee
to Theo II Davies & Co, LtrV 6 pes
land, Hana, Maui. Oct 16, 1915.
Release of Mortgage.
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD to A D Fur
tado; (24-100 A of R Ps 1833, Ap 1
and 4388, Ap 4. Front St. Lahaina,
Maui). Sept 15, 1915. $(1500).
LIONA K KAKANI & WF by Afft of
Mtgee to William R Castle Tr; 6
pes land, Maui. Oct 18, 1915.
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER.
Fix Standards of Eggs and Rules for
Marketing. To Demand a Prem
ium Over Other Island Product.
November 1, 1915.
Island eggs are scarcer than ever
and the demand great.
At a meeting of Oahu Poultrymen
held today at the Marketing Division
and attended by most of the citizen
poultry and egg producers of Oahu, it
was decided that hereafter three dif
ferent grades of eggs are to he quoted
as follows: Select Oahu eggs not to
weight less than 24 oz. to the dozen,
to be clean and not over 48 hours old,
each producer to stamp his eggs with
his name or mark and to stand res
ponsible for them. Eggs received from
the other Islands and eggs that are
more than 48 hours old ate to be class
ed as No. 1 Island eggs, unless they
have some defect that would throw
them into the lower grade, known as
the second grade. In the second
grade will be put all small, dirty eggs
and all eggs that are not fresh enough
for table purposes. Tho price of se
lect Oahu eggs will be 5 cents higher
than the price for No. 1 Island eggs
and the price of 2d grade eggs will
be 5 cents or more lower than the
price of No. 1 eggs. This arrange
ment will give the man who produces
strictly fresh eggs the returns which
he should receive and automatically
punish the man who sends an inferior
grade to the market. Customers will
have the choice of three grades when
buying and can expect to get what
they pay for. The retail price will be
10 cents higher per dozen In each ch
than the wholesale price and when the
buyer sees the price of select Oahu
eggs quoted at 65 cents a dozen whole
sale he can expect the retail price to
be 7o cents. Buyers to protect them
selves should insist that the producers
name or mark be stamped on all eggs.
When buying select Oahu eggs the
customer can expect to get eggs that
are not more than 48 hours old. When
buying No. 1 Island eggs he can ex
pect to get eggs that are not more
than 10 days old and when buying 2d
class eggs he can expect to get small
eggs and eggs that are not as fresh
as they should be for table purposes,
In other words cooking eggs. This
class, however, will not include eggs
that cannot be used for cooking. Here
after it will be necessary for all egg
producers to bo very careful about
grading eggs sent to the Marketing
Division, in fact it will be greatly to
their advantage to. do this under the
new system of grading eggs. There
will bo another meeting of tho Oahu
Poultrymen held Friday, November
12th, at 2 p. m. and it is hoped that
all those interested, not at the meet
ing today will be on hand.
Poultrymen report that they are not
able to supply the demand for select
eggs at 75 cents a dozen.
There Is a good demand for fat
young poultry and a good many or
ders have been refused because the
Division has had so few on hand.
There has already been several re
quests for information regarding the
turkey crop. It looks as if there
might be a shortage this year and it is
not likely that the price will be as
low as last season. The production
or Muscovy ducks seems to be in
creasing faster than the consumption.
More people should learn to use this
fine eating bird and do away with
the using of the mud duck. Tho Divi
sion has now a large supply on hand
which it Is selling at 25 cents a pound
live weight, in order to introduce them
into Honolulu homes.
The big drop in the price of small
yellow corn on the mainland has
caused the price of Island corn to
drop considerably. The best grade of
small yellow eoiU.xs quoted in tho San
Francisco market at $33.00 a ton and
can be landed here for $36.50. In
consideration of the fact that the Cal
ifornia corn is much drier and free
from weevils, it looks as1 though the
home producer will have to accept a
lower price than has been asked for
corn up to this time.
The local dealers say that the Chi
nose poultrymen who use most of the
corn object to Island corn because it
is generally too large to feed to poul
Tho dressed beef market Is still low
ru:. a oer.li)-. rable cuanUtv of beef is
lving oid aound town by tht carcass
d'reet to consume!. Shn.tlr the Divi
sion will hafo dressed ur for sale
by the carcass as well as dressed beef.
Those Who Travel
By str. Likolike, Nov. 2. J. F.
Meyer, Mrs. E. Hunger, Mrs. O. Meyer,
C'has. Meyer, Mrs. R. J. Monogham,
Geo. P. Cooke.
By str. Claudine, Oct. 30 J. D.
Dougherty. E. C. Moore, Jack Aikau,
S. Lake, Mrs. T. Strange, C. A. Franz,
Miss R. Enos. E. E. Jenkins.
By str. Claudine, for Maui, Nov. 2.
William Knott, J. M. Tucker, B. Inu
sakl and wife, S. Dias, Mrs. Ellen
Fox, Joseph Chalmers, J. C. Mart inn.
By str. Mauna Kea, Nov. 3. Mrs. Clif
ford, F. H. Schmidt, J. J. Walsh, B.
F. Johnson, J. Garcia and wife, J. II.
By str. Mauna Kea. Oct. 29. G. W.
Maxwell, J. I). McVeigh. Mrs. L. It.
Clifford, D. H. Brvne, II. K. Bailey,
Mrs. J. Kahaili, Miss J. Maile, S. Ka
makau, A. H. Armitage, C. II. Merxl
man. By str. Mauna Kea, Nov. 1. Dr.
II. Clcmnions, O. K. I.arrison, J. J.
Walsh. William Walsh. Fugizawa, E.
K. Fernandez, S. Masnki.
By str. Likolike. Oct. 30 T. T).
Meyer, Miss M. Kaal, Mrs. George
Oharman. Geo. P. Cooke, Miss C. Per
ry, C. Murray, G. R. Davies, G. W.
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Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahtilui, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
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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'
E. J. WALSH, C. C.
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