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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917.
Hawaii's Now Tied .
With AAC Team
Big Game To Be Played Off Next Sun
day Two Games Last Sunday In
dicate Fair Playing Big Crowd
Expected For Next Two Games
Standing Of The Teams
W L Pet.
Hawaii 3 1 .750
A. A. C.'s 3 1 .750
Portuguese 2 2 .500
Japanese 1 3 .250
Chinese 1 3 .250
By defeating the Portuguese by a
score of 13 to 11 in Inst Sunday's game,
the A. A. C.'s climbed up into a seat
along side the Hawaii's with a per
centage of .750. Next Sunday thl9 tie
will be played oil tn the second game
of the afternoon. It promises to be a
hot contest as the two teams are pret
ty evenly matched and the rivalry be
tween them Is keen. The first game
on the schedule for next Sunday is be
tween the Portuguese and theChlneRe,
the Japanese taking their turn at rest
ing. In the second game last Sunday the
Japanese defeated the Chinese by a
score of 12 to 5.
A. A. C. vs P. A. C.
Players AB R BH PO A E
A. Taylor, rf 4 1 1 1 1 2
II. English, 2b
E. Baldwin, cf
F. Robinson, ss . .
A. Robinson, p . . . .
C. Cockett, 3b
J. Kahaawanul, lb
D. Wadsworth, c . .
A. Hansen, If
45 13 11 27 7 12
AB R BH PO A E
A. A. Reis, cf 6 2 1 2 0 2
Jno. Rocha, lb ... . 4 2 0 6 0 3
Joe Rodrigues, 3b 5 3 1 2 3 1
Wm. Dutro, ss 5 2 2 0 3 0
Wm. Bal, 2b 5 2 1 5 1 0
Ed. Rodrigues, p . . 5 0 0 2 1 1
H. Scholtz, rf 5 0 1 0 0 l
Pomba, c 4 0 0 10 1 1
Jno. Rodrigues, If . 2 0 0 0 0 0
F. Correa, If 3 0 0 0 0 1
Grapes Bring Low
Price In Honolulu
Poultry Selling Well Eggs Station
aryIsland Butter Getting Scarce
On Account Of Drought Record
Prices For Hogs Spuds Dropping
HONOLULU, July 27, Practically
no Island butter is being sent to the
Honolulu market due to the fact that
pastures are drying up and the other
islands are using all the butter locally.
It is probable that the supply is also
shorter than usual due to the high
cost of feed. Eggs remain at the same
price in spite of the fact that they
are getting scarce. The consumers
apparently will not use island eggs at
more than seventy cents retail when
imported eggs are much cheaper.
Poultry is selling well and the de
mand for rabbits is increasing. A
number of people have gone into the
breeding of rabbits for the market in-
Pork is very scarce and the farmers
of Hawaii are getting record prices
for hogs. However, in some localities
farmers claim that their feed crops
have failed and they can not afford
to buv Imported feeds. As a conse
quence a large number of pigs weigh
ing less than 100 pounds are offered
for sale. If there is any way of pro
fitably feeding these pigs until they
weight at least 100 pounds, Lt should
The condition of the banana market
in Honolulu seems to be a little bet
ter this week. It is reported however
that there are hundreds of bunches al
lowed to snoil in the fields.
Grapes are coming in from Hilo In
large quantities and are being sold at
very low prices. Some preliminary
experiments In making grape Juice
have been made by the Hawaiian Pine
apple Co., but It has not yet been de
cided whether or not tne grapes can
profitably be used for this purpose.
Irish notatoes are getting cheaper
and families are urged to buy them by
the bag. A. T. LONGLEY, Superintendent.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
Totals . . ,
A. A. C.
Hits . .
P. A. C.
Hits . . .
. ... 44 11 6 27 9 10
Home runs J. Kahaawanul, Wm.
Bal. Bases on balls oif Rodrigues, 3;
off Robinson, 2. Hit by pitcher
Cockett, Pomba. Struck out by Rod
rigues, 9; by Robinson, 10. Left on
bases A. A. C, 8; P. A. C, 7. Time
of game, 1 hour 57 minutes. Umpire,
J. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
Players AB R BH PO A E
Emoto, c 6 1 2 7 1 0
Yanagl. lb 4 1 0 9 0 1
Nakamura, ss . . . . 5 2 13 1
" Wakayama, 3b
To Whom It May Concern:
As it is the intention to immunize
against anthrax all animals in the
pastures of the H. C. & b. Lo.
Notice Is Hereby Given to all noia-
ers of pasture permits from this com
pany, that th's course must De oy
them assented to or they are hereby
required to surrender their permits
and remove their stock from the Camp
One stable paddock not later then
Thursday the 2nd August 1917.
From and after this date pasturage
will only be permitted to immunized
H. C. & S. Co.,
per BEN WILLIAMS,
(Aug. 3, 10.)
Manao, If 4
Kashinoke, 2b ... . 5
Konishi, rf 4
Totals 42 12 12 27 9 4
Players AB R BH PO A E
Wm. Cummings, ss 4 1 1 1 3 0
K. Apo, cf 5 0 0 0 0 2
H. Shim, If 4 1 1 2 0 0
P. Chuck, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0
T. Cummings, lb .. 4 0 1 8 0 2
Chas. Grove, c 4 1 2 10 1 1
Jas. Alo, 3b 4 1 0 3 0 1
Wm. Alo, p 4 0 0 0 3 0
Koani, 2b 2 0 0 3 1 0 1
All persons are hereby warned
against buying, selling or dealing In
Keawe or Algaroba Beans, gathered or
picked up in the premises or pastures
of the H. C. & S. Co. without due
authority from the said company.
Persons found disregarding this
warning will be dealt with by due
process of law.
H. C. & S. Co.,
F. F. BALDWIN,
(Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov.)
Sugar 7.02 in New York.
HONOLULU, August 1 Rodick's resignation is cahlcd to plant
association. He was president. Resignation was accented at special
meeting. E. D. Tenney named to succeed him. Reason given for resign
ation was probable long stay on mainland. Rodiek's arraignment in
San Francisco, postponed until Monday.
Round-up of slackers begins on Tuesday. Every eligible unable to
show registration card goes to jail for 1 year without option of fine.
. . . , tt i :i i l 1 .1
i nose not registered win De given umn m-.i luesuuy iu uu su.
Legal action to sell Link McCandless property for non-payment
of taxes, started.
H. E. Kelsey is back from long stay on mainland, enroute to Hilo.
He raised $1500 for Armenian relief through lectures on Hawaii, during
LONDON, August 1 British are holding all gains in what is de
scribed as biggest battle of the war, successful continuation of which
shakes Hold of Germans on France. Advance was led by Welchmen and
with Scots and Australians supporting. Prussian guards cut up and
Russians and Rumanians take 4500 prisoners since July 24. Rus
sians in Galicia are repulsing attacks.
PARIS, August 1 Reported 40,000 Greeks in Macedonia, held by
Bulgarians .starved to death, Bulgars refusing them food.
WASHINGTON, August 1 Separate amendment providing for
federal prohibition, passed senate 68 to 20.
BUTTE, Mont., August 1 Vigilantes lynched Frank Little, of
executive committee of 1. V. W.'s, who called soldiers "scab in uni
LONDON, August 1 Three thousand and five hundred prisoners
taken. Germans launching heavy counter, but British are holding gains.
Lines advanced over a 15 mile front from Labasse to Stconstrate.
Greatest step 2 miles. Ground covered with German dead.
Berlin dispatches minimize outcome, saying Britisli were first re
pulsed and finally capture only crater.
French-German reports regarding fighting on Aisne are directly
contradictory. Both claim decided advantages at Shcmin des Dames
ndge. French state cleared Germans out. Advanced positions consolid
ated under German fire. Germans claim 1'rench attacks broke down and
Germans occupied important heights.
Russians forced to abandone 2 line trenches at Husiatyr but later
recaptured them. Russians evacuate Sealirzik and push back to Dneis-ter.
WASHINGTON, August 1 Entente's western drive impresses of
ficials, who believe, however, complete success can not come until naval
force lands behind Germans and wrests control of sea coast affording
opportunity to role up Teuton line.
COPENHAGEN, August 1 Vienna Fremdenblatt announces that
Germany will ask for peace with overtures coming from Vienna.
ZURICH, August 1 Germany assumes Turkish-Bulgarian 1917
and 1918 campaign debts.
WASHINGTON, August 1 Enormous task confronting American
engineers, r ranee outlined statement cniet army engineers. value
of railroad material required equal to 5 times annual cost of Panama
Canal. Vast underground powerhouse proposed. Necessarv for
engineers to take to front their own rolling stock.
Three hundred million dollars of treasury certificates offered first
lor financing second Liberty loan.
HONOLULU, August 1 Registration total for territory 25,970.
Aliens, 18,030; citizens, 7,940. By counties Oahu: citizens, 4,714;
aliens, 7,608. Hawaii: citizens, 1,605; aliens, 5,542. Maui: citizens,
1,048; aliens, 2,681. Kaui: citizens, 573; aliens, 2,249. On Oahu prac
tically 50 percent of citizens claim exemption, mainly on account of
HONOLULU, July 31 Registration booths crowded and appar
ently swamped. About half are claiming exemption.
Charles Dillingham, cousin of Honolulu Dillingham drowned at
E'eele. Was striken in water with heart failure and will be buried to
Weber placed in jail as person dangerous to safety. Will be held
indefinitely. Schroeder registered and claimed exemption.
LONDON, July 31 Britisli launch offensive over 25 mile frojit
from Dismude to Boesinghe. Extremely heavy barrage fire destroyed
German front line. Infantry punched through first, second and third
lines and took many prisoners. All objectives obtained. Moral of Ger
man troops weak. During battle British claim to have completely
Totals 35 5 6 27 8 6
m Centennial's BEST
J. A. C. ...
Hits . .
C. A. C.
Hits . .
Three-base hit Wakayama. Home
runs Marao, P. Chuck, Chas. Grove.
Bases on balls off Alo, 4; off Kugiya,
4. Struck out by Alo, 10; by Kugiya,
7. Left on bases J. A. C, 5; C. A.
C, 7. Time of game, 1 hour 43 minutes.
Umpire, Geo. Cummings.
Cockrels for Sale I
A. E. Brown, Puunene School.
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We have a large stock of
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at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd
Nothing so good as home-made bread. It
has a dilicious nutty flavor and a golden
brown crisp crust that delight the mem
bers of your family. .
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Your big brown loaves will be extrem
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BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES.
A list of High Grade Securities Mailed on Application.
HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. BOX 346.
KODAKS REDUCED IN PRICE
Discontinued model of Kodaks and Premos, and old model Brownies,
at a reduced price as follows:
KODAKS: la, 2V2x4Vi. It. R. Folding Brownie Cameras of
lens. Was 117.50. Now $14.00 square end type are reduced in
Same, with Anastigmat Ions l'rt' as Tollows:
f.7.7., was $22.50. Now $18.00 No. 2 Folding Autographic.
riJKMOS: 3a Film Tlate, 3U5- Was $6.00 Now $5.10
14. was $25.00. ..-Now $20 00 Kna FoM1 Autographic.
Size 5x, ditto. Was Was $8.00 Now $6.80
3a, Film I'lale, Rprdnl size No. 2c M"K Autographic.
3Vix5. Was $60.00 900 Now $7.65
Now $48.00 No. 2c Same, with Rapid Rec-
3a Pocket C, size 3'ix5. Was tilinear lens. Was $11.00...
$13.00 Now $12.00 Now $9.35
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort Street HONOLULU
ORDER IT BY MAIL!
Our MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT Is ex
ceptionally well equipped to handle all your
Drug and Toilet wants thoroughly and at once.
We will pay postage on all orders of BOc
and over, except the following:
Mineral Waters, Baby Foods, Glassware
and articles of unusual weight and small yalue.
Non-Mallable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat Poisons, Iodine, Ant Poison, Mercury
Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Carbolic Acid,
Gasoline, Turpentine, Benzine and all
other poisonous or Inflammable articles.
If your order is very heavy or contains
much liquid, we suggest that you have it Bent
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
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THE REXALL STORE
Send your suits and dresses to us for
jfrench 2t Cleaning
You are sure of them coming back to you in splendid order and PER
Our Dyeing establishment is the best on the Islands.
777 South King Street HONOLULU
Timbcn lon 35mtt
THUhcn lou IRcpatv
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this is one place where you can get all the materials and
tools necessary, and have them promptly delivered.
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169-177 South King Street
CALIFORNIA'S FINEST CANNED FRUITS AND VEGE
TABLES ARE PACKED UNDER THE
DEL MONTE BRAND
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
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74 Queen Street HONOLULU, T. II.