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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1915.
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St. Anthonys Win By
One Run From CA.Cs
Exciting Game of Winter League
Series Pleases Fans. School Boys
Head List With Unhroken Record.
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER.
Standing of Teams.
P W L PCT
St. Anthony 3 3 0 1.000
Waikapu 2 1 1 .BoO
Chinese 2 0 2 .pf'O
Asahl 1 0 1 .000
The fans wpro treated last Sunday
by the St. Anthony and Chinese teania
with one of the most exciting Ramos
since the opening of the Winter
Although the score stood 10 to 9 In
favor of the St. Anthonys, taking It
inning by inning the playing of the
boys of both teams was up to the
The Chinese were first to hat and
r anagod to put one man ac-oss the
plate and two more during the sec
ond 8jasn vliile the St. Anthonys
during their tut n crossed the plate
four times in two innings.
In the 3rd inning the Chinese were
unali'o to score a they failed to con
nect while their opponents hit the
Chinese pitcher in their half of the
3rd and again crossed the rubber four
times, thus having a good lead of five
Put the Chinese got revenge nt this
point, and started the 4th with a bom
bardment of hits of "niackle" Keehu's
deliveries, which coupled with errors
on St. Anthony's part, scored four
runs. The school boys then showed
renewed vigor but were blanked dur
ing their half of the 4th and 5th by
the' reliable Diamond Chong of the
Chinese who replaced Apiu Apo at this
In their half of the 5th and 6th the
men from China tried to tie the score
but their efforts did not. favor the St.
Anthonys, who still led by one run.
At this stage of the game excitement
ran high and the backers of both
teams opened their eyes when a pit
cher's battle between "Plackie" Kec
hu and Diamond Chong was being
The St. Anthonys again lead by one
more when they scored in their half
of the 6th, but Manager Sam Alo
coached his team in the 7th and 8th
and scored one run in each Inning,
thus making up the lead and tying
the score, while the boys of St. An
thony were blanked in their half of the
7th and Pth.
Then the fatal 9th of the Chinese
came. They managed to put men on
bases, however, one on 2nd and an
ther on 3rd, but with Diamond Chong
at bat while two were gone, the Chin
ese were handed the S. O. route. With
the St. Anthonys now at bat the root
ers were put on their feet and a lucky
hit would win the game for them.
This happened when a baserunner
was on third while two were down
with A. Pomba at bat who gave a
safe hit between short and 2nd and
won the game. This makes three
straight for the school bays.
Next Sunday the first game will be
between the Chinese and AsahU at
1 p. m., while the St. Anthonys and
Waikapus will show their skill at 3
In all probabilities the batteries or
the respective teams will be as fol
lows: Asahls Okamura-Harimoto.
Chinese D. Chong-J Enos.
. St. Anthony Keehu-A Pomba.
Waikapu Simeon-W. Cockett.
The score by innings was as fol
Chinese 1 2040011 09
St. Anthony ...2 2400100 110
Umpire II. Rosario. Scorer K.
FAT DIVIDENDS FOR WAILUKU
SUGAR OWNERS IN DECEMBER
Owners o stock of the Wailuku Su
gar Company will receive a total of
190,000 next month, instead of the
usual J30.000 monthly dividend, the
directors having decided upon the pay
ing of an extra dividend of 2 per cent,
in addition to the usual 1 per cent
due on December 10.
Wailuku is capitalized at $3,000,000,
divided into 30,000 shares of a par
value of $100 per share. The last sale
made locally was at $160.
Those Who Travel
Dy sir. Claudine, Nov. 16. W. J.
Cooper, W. H. Friedly, Mrs. Edward
Waiaholo, Mrs. Humaku, Aki Tom,
Mrs. Kaulau, J. D. Cooke, P. Kuhlman,
Miss H. Davidson, K. II. Carley, Mrs.
J. F. McDevitt, Mrs. Flibbert, J. F.
McDevitt, Hiram Kanaloku, A. V.
Peters, Miss M. Ah Su, T. Santokl,
Ry str. Claudine, Nov. 14. Mrs. J.
K. Nakeu, A. Perrcira, William Cullen,
C. D. Buchenal, F. G. Krauss, L. von
Temp.ky, W. P. Jarrett, and six deck.
Dy str. Mikahala, Nov. 13. K. Hut
chison, W. Jones, Master E. Poohia,
Miss L. Poohia, Y. Hing, James Mun
ro. Dy str. Mauna Kea, Nov. 12. Miss
M. A. Perkins, Mrs. L. R. Clifford, W.
Kuhlmann, A. de Costa, W. J. Cooper,
J. D. Dougherty, J. Lempsky.
CONTRACTOR, BUILDER AND
Call Honda for any Plumbing that !
to be done. All work neatly
done and satisfaction
VINEYARD STREET. WAILUKU
Demand For Beans
and Cabbage Good
Eggs Still Scarce and Butter Selling
Well. Alligator Pears Demand
Fancy Prices. Hogs Slow.
November 15, 1915.
There seems to be an increasing de
mand for Island butter and it would
be to the advantage of island produc
ers to supply a more uniform product.
The division has considerable trouble
with Island butter due to the fact that
It has not always been able to get a
first c!ass product. The butter being
received by the division now sells well
and there are prospects of a much
larger sale if the producers will give
it their best attention.
The production of Island eggs has
not increased during the past week
and the demand is as strong as ever.
Prices are, therefore the same as last
week. Duck eggs are not quite so
scarce and the price has dropped lc a
There is a good market for young
chickens, in fact for poultry of all
kinds if in good condition. The prices
quoted, heretofore, on poultry have
been a little higher than it was pos
sible to get at wholesale. The -poultry
quotations from now on will include
the highest and lowest prices that can
be expected. Poor stock, of course,
will bring less than the advertised
prices. There are a few geese in the
market which are selling at 40c a
Island dried beans are rather scarce
and are bringing good prices. Cabbage
Is being imported from the Coast in
large quantities. Farmers who could
mature this crop from September to
January and get it to the market, in
good condition would get good re
turns. Sweet corn, is scarce. This is
a crop that brings good returns the
year round. Green peas are in de
mand at good prices.
There are very few alligator pears
in the market and these are selling at
high prices. The market is not receiv
ing as many cooking bananas as it
could use. Chinese bananas are plenti
ful and cheap due to the fact that
there are niore produced than can be
shipped to the coast. Good limes are
selling well at fair prices.
It seems that there are more hogs
being raised on Oahu than for some
time and from the best information
the butchers are using only about half
as many hogs as formerly. The reason
for this is hard to explain. From all
reports there will be a great many
suckling pigs on the market for
Thanksgiving and Christmas and the
price will not be as good as last year.
The divisions receipts of dressed
beef and pork are increasing each
month. Very little difficulty is being
experienced in disposing of the dress
ed meat by the carcass when it is
in good condition.
The price of hides remains tho same
as last week.
A. T. LONGLEY,
Supt. Ter. Marketing Division.
DOLSTER In Honolulu, November
12, 1915, Abraham Duckett Bolster,
of 350 North Kukui street, widow
ed, printer, painter and carpenter,
a native of County Kerry, Ireland,
seventy-eight years old.
SHIMOMURA In Honolulu, Novem
ber- 12, 1915, Hichizo Shimomura (k)
of Kakaako, Divorced, laborer, a
native of Japan, twenty-six years
MiARTIN In the Department Hos
pital, Fort Shatter, Honolulu, No
vember 12, 1915, Mrs. Anna Martin,
wife of Sgt. Hugh Martin, U. S. A.
KEOHOKII In Honolulu, November
11, 1915, Mrs Nahea Keohokii, of
Fifth avenue, Kaimuki, a native of
Kohala, Hawaii, fifty-three yearp
LAVOY In Monroe, Michigan, Octo
ber 25, 1915, Miss Amelia E. Lavoy,
former resident of Honolulu.
Entered of Record
A BERNARDO & WF to A do Costa;
pc land, E Kaupakulua, Hamakua-
loa, Maui. Nov 6, 1915. $110.
A BERNARDO & WF to A R Souza
Jr; 225 A land. Haiku, Maul. Nov
6, 1915. $50.
MARIA G RODRIGUES to Maui Pub
lishing Co, Ltd; pc land & building,
Wailuku, Maui. Sept 4, 1915. 15
yrs at $20 per month.
HAMOA AGRCTL CO, LTD to Ka
waipapa Agrctl Co, Ltd; 10 A land,
rents, etc, Kawaipapa, liana, Maui.
Oct 16, 1915. $220.
HAMOA AGRCTL CO, LTD to Kae
leku Sugar Co, Ltd; por Grant 1906,
Kaululoa, Hana, Maul. Oct 16, 1915.
KAWAIPArA AGRCTL CO, LTD to
Kawela Agrctl Co, Ltd; pors Gr
2930, Kawela, Hana, Maui. Oct 9,
FIRST TRUST CO, of Hilo, Ltd to
Laupahoehoe Sugar Co; int in R P
2575 Welokaa, N Hilo, Hawaii. Nov.
3, 1915. 5 yrs at $45 per yr.
KAWELA AGRCTL CO, LTD to Kafr
leku Sugar Co; 2 pes land, Hana,
Maul. Oct 16, 1915. 17 yrs 10 mths
and 22 days at $18 per yr.
KAWAIPAPA AGRCTL CO, LTD to
Kaeleku Sugar Co, Ltd; 10 A in Gr
1982, Kawaipapa, Hana, Maul. Oct
16, 1915. 17 yrs 10 mos and 15 days
at $15 per yr.
HAMOA AGRCTL CO, LTD to Kae
leku Sugar Co, Ltd; Gr 2C69, Mokao,
Hana. Maui. Oct 16, 1915. 10 yrs
2 mths at $54 per yr.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ Market Street, San Tramisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
October November December
Matsonia.... 23 Oct. 6
Lurline 89 Oct. 12
'Hyades 57 Oct. 14
Wilhelmina.. 75 Oct. 20
Enterprise.. 129 Oct. 23
Manoa 22 Oct. 26
Matsonia.... 24 Nov. 3
Hilonian.. .. 91 Nov. 4
Lurline 90 Nov. 9
Wilhelmina.. 76 Nov. 17
Enterprise. .130 Nov. 20
Manoa 23 Nov. 23
Hyades 58 Nov. 26
Matsonia.... 25 Dec. 1
Lurline 91 Dec. 7
Wilhelmina.. 77 Dec. 15
Hilonian. . . . 92 Dec. 16
Enterprise.. 131 Dec. 18
Manoa 24 Dec. 21
Matsonia..., 26 Dec. 29
Nov. 7 Nov. 13
29 Dec. 5
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia ) , , . TTM
S. S. Wilhelmina ; To Honolulu and Hilo.
S. S. Manoa ) , , ....,
cot,, To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. Lurline I
S. S. Hilonian ) To all Hawaiian Ports via
S. S. Hyades j Puget Souftd.
S. S. Enterprise For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
Indicates that steamer carries gasoline and combustibles.
8UBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Beginning with the "Wilhelmina," No. 77, scheduled to leave San
Francisco December 15th, and the S. S. "Hilonian," No. 92, scheduled
to leave Seattle about December 25th, the ocean freight rate will be
$4.00 per ton instead of $3.50 per ton between San Francisco and
Island Ports and Seattle and Island Ports. .
Sfime d able "Jiciliu hi i Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tin following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 3 3 20
5 10 3 07
5 9 3 5
5 00 2 55
4 53 2 47
4 Si.a 46
4 45 a 4o
4 44 a 39
4 4 a 35
L" Spreck- "A
a" el8Ti"e .x
L" Kama- "A
L.. Haiku ..A
6 50 9 00 1 40
3 35 5 38
3 45 5 48
.2 506 00
3 006 10
6 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. ru., arriving at Kahulul at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. DAGGAGE RATES: 160 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounda on each half ticket, when
baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the holder ot the Uokst
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounda or part thereof will be
charged. v ;
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff L 0. C.
No. 8, or Inquire at any of the Depots.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd;
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