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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917.
Race Rules Strict
(Contlnuod from rage One.?
run under the rules of the National
Stprple Chase and Hunt Association
and National Trotting Association as
the same shall apply.
2. All races must have three horses
to enter and two to start, or the race
shall be called null and void.
3. The duties and powers of the
Racing Committee shall Include the
(a) To fix days and regulate all
race meetings given by the Maul Coun
ty Fair and Racing Association, with
full power and authority over the
(b) Exclusive power In their dis
cretion to grant or refuse authority
to ride or drive as participants in such
(c) They shall have full power to
Inquire Into and deal with any matter
relating to racing and to rule off and
prevent participation In race by any
person or persons concerned In fraud
(d) They shall hear all cases on
appeal as hereinafter provided and
their decisision shall be final.
(e) They shall have power to rule
off and disqualify temporarily, other
wise, any horse, trainer, jockey or
owner for good cause shown, of which
Bald Committee shall be the Judge,
and to Impose fines for Infraction of
the Association rules as they shall
(f) They shall appoint all racing
(g) At every race meeting held
under the auspices of the Association
there shall be present at least two of
the members of the Racing Committee
under whose direction and supervision
such meeting shall be held, and in
case of Inability of any member of the
committee to attend when necessary
or in case of emergency, the Racing
Committee Is hereby invented with the
power and authority to appoint some
other person, a member of the Asso
ciation, to temporarily act in his stead
(h) They shall have power to ex
clude from the race track and the en
closure within which races are being
held ,all persons whose actions are
obnoxious and disorderly.
(I) In the event of any question
arising relative to racing under the
rules and regulations of this Associa
tlons, which question is not covered by
the rules of the National Steeple Chase
and Hunt Association or the National
Trotting Association, or in tho event
of a conflict between such rules, this
Committee shall have full power aud
authority to decide such questions in
buc'i manner as they think Just and
comfortable to the usages of the turf.
i) The men crs of this Commit
ten t'hall not be personally liable by
wav of damages or otherwise for any
decisions which they may render
under these rules and regulations.
4. All race horses shall be properly
registered with the Racing Commit
tee at least ten (10) days prior to tne
date set for the holding of any race
meet In which they may be entered
5. Entries shall be made in writ
lng, giving the ownership or partner
shin name, the horses name, color,
marking and breeding, and giving the
breeding as nearly as possible in case
of half breeds.
6. All professional jockeys must
be registered with the Racing Com
mittee at least ten days prior to the
date set for the holding of any race
meet In which they are to ride.
7. All apprentices riding In races
must be registered with Racing Com-
ittee at least ten days prior to the
date of holding any race meet, at
which such apprentices seek to ride,
and shall receive a five-pound allow
ance in all races.
8. In all races the Judges' decisions
shall be final, except in cases of ob
jections or appeals, which shall be
brought for settlement berore tne uac
ing Committee acting at the meeting.
9. An obiection to or appeal from
the Judges referred to in section 8
must be made to the Racing Commit
tee by the owner, trainer or Jockey;
such objection or appeal, however,
must be In writing, setting forth the
ground therefore, and must be ac
companied by a fee of $25, which
will be forfeited if in tne opinion or.
the Committee such objection or ap
peal is without foundation.
1f). Oblectlons or anneals provided
for in sections 8 and 9 must be lodged
with the Clerk of the Scales within
fifteen minutes after the race is run.
11. Gambling or betting upon the
outcome of any race shall be prohibit
ed at all race meets held under the
aiisnicea of this Association, and it
shall he the duty of the ltacing com
mittee to expel from the grounds of
the Association and from nil premises
under their control any person or per
sons detected in gambling or making
wagers upon any race there being
held, and it is declared to be the duty
of said Committee to detect ana prose
cute, if necessary any person so doing,
The foregoing rules and regulations
adopted by the Racing Committee of
the Maul County Fair ana nacing As
sociation were on the 27th day or
June, 1917, duly approved by the Dir
ectors of the Association.
Taro Getting More
Scarce On Hawaii
LODGE MAUI, NO. 684, A. F. A. M.
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, ,. i i n i.i eiaieu meeunes win do dpiu m
marketing JJlVlSlOn fleeaS roiaiues Masonic Hall, Kahulul. on the first
And Other Produce Eggs Going Btrda night ot cach n,onth at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
H. K. DUNCAN. R. W. M.
W. A. ROimiNS, Secretary.
WILL FURMSII MCSIC FOR .ILL OCCASION
PRICE rh isow .
Mr. D. K. HELEKUNIHI, Mgr., 1'. O. Box 105. Puunene, Maui
Up Good Local Market Awaits
New Bean Crop
Report On Marketing
H. W. Rice, was appointed some
months ago to study the matter of
producing and marketing products on
Maui, submitted a comprehensive re
port, which he supplemented by a
verbal report covering the period since
the written report had been prepareo.
The report was received and filed,
and Mr. Rice was continued on the
job through the making of his com
mittee a permanent one. me reiiun
is published in full in another part of
May Advocate Canning
rhotrman Frank Baldwin brought
up the matter of home canning and
canning clubs, and presented an ar
ticle on the subject from the "Country
Gentleman" which had been handed in
by W. F. Pogue, who ip much interest
ad in the idea. The subject will prob
ably come up at the next meeting and
steps may be taken for encouraging
the organizing of canning clubs among
the children who are now ousy uu
the children's garden contest.
Over 2000 Gardens Now
L. R. Mathews, director of the
children's gardens work reported that
2025 gardens had been reported to
date and that a great deal of hard
wnrir wsi heine done. The fact that
but 1000 gardens had originally been
tho nim. the fact that this had been
more than doubled had rather upset
the plans of the committee, and in
creased their expensee. He present
ed a bill for J240. of which $127 was
for seed distributed. No objection
was made to the bill however, and it
HONOLULU. June 25 Eggs ad
vanced five cents a dozen during the
week and are now selling as high as
60 cents retail. Producers who are
forced to pay the present prices of
feed are of the opinion that eggs are
too cheap even now. Poultry with the
exception of Muscowy ducks is scarce.
From the best information that can
be secured, there will be no more taro
shipments from Hawaii. Practically
all the old crop has gone to waste in
the fields and it is reported that the
new crop will not more than supply
the local demand on Hawaii.
The new bean crop should begin to
come to market very soon now, and it
should not be necessary to send part
of it to the mainland as It was last
year. Farmers should be careful to
pick the beans clean and properly
grade and bag them. The loss from
careless handling of beans by the pro
ducers probably cost them a thousand
dollars last season. All beans should
be fumigated as soon as they are hull
ed in order to destroy any weevils
that might be present.
The Division supply of produce and
poultry is very low now with the ex
ception of pumklns and Muscovy
Ducks. Shipments of Irish and sweet
potatoes, cabbages, sweet corn and
fruits are especially wanted.
Last month was the biggest in near
ly a year. The total sales running
over $17,000.00. This month will pro
bably run to $20,000.00. A. T. LONG
Hokus "Is Harduppe pretty well
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Pokus "I should say he is. He s
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an umbrella." New York Times.
LODGE NO. 3
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Waild
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
A. C. RATTRAY. C. C.
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