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1111,0 lUSEIIALLEKH WIS.
Mnul Sluggers Fight Hard Against
a Losing Proposition.
Cleaner sports never came to
Hilo, than the crowd of baseball
boys from Maui, who crossed bats
with an all Hifo nine at Hoolulu
Park last Wednesday and come out
at the little end of the horn. The
Maui boys celebrated their defeat
by offering three cheers for the
Hilo baseball league. Their man
ner of receiving a good square drub
bing at the hands of the Hilo boys
went far toward healing the disap
pointment of the Hilo crowd over
Weller's defeat of Socialist and
Carter Harrison, Jr. Hilo wants to
see more of the Maui boys and re
cognizes in them, not only men who
can play ball, but men who know
how to make personal sacrifices in
behalf of good sport.
But this is how Hilo treated the
Maui Athletic Association: Maui
was defeated by a score of 7 to 4.
The game was one of the best
ever played on Hawaiinn soil. The
people of Hilo do not realize what
manner of ball players they have in
the Hilo league. They can hold
their own against talent from ai)y
city in the Island. The Maui team
can win honors on a toss up with
the crack team at Honolulu any
day. The game Wednesday was a
piece of poetry for amateurs.
Iook at the record of the game
as chronicled by official scorer, C.
I,. Clement. It is here :
MAUI. A. 11. III. u. P.O. it. A.
J, Garcia, 2I1 5 2 0621
u.H.Cummiugs.c. 5 2 0635
A. Jackson, ; 520004
W. II.loruwcll,lf.. 522200
Keliinoi, cf. 5 2 1 1 o o
L. R. Crook, rf..... 5 3 1 o 1 o
J. Yates, 3b 420003
A. Garcin, ss 410112
T. Pickard, lb 4 1 o 8 o o
III. K. P.O. i. A,
0 1 2 2 16
3 1 13 2 1
1 o 1 o 1
0 O I I o
1 o 300
K. M. llrown, p... 5
Spaulding, c 5
Rowland, 2b 5
Ivaston, 3b 3
Ragsdale, 3b 1
Supe ib 4
I. Salvador, rf. 4
Kaicwc, If. 4
fleers, cf. 4
Kninmna, ss 4
Hilo runs 7; Maui 4.
Brown struck out 12; Jackson 4.
Hilo made four base hits, Maui
three. Hilo took seven bases on
balls, Maui six. There were no
double plays. Time of game 1 hour
and 50 minutes. Umpires Baldwin,
Kdmomls and Boeck.
The Hilo nine played good ball.
In fact they had to do it to beat the
visitors. Brown in the box was in
perfect trim as the record shows.
Spauldiug was a little marvel be
hind the bat. Beers took the cake
in phenomenal fielding. Stipe on
first base made but one error. Jack
Kaston who always plays in hard
luck dislocated an elbow in making
a slide at first base was.horsde
combat for the day. His place was
taken by Ragsdale.
The visitors played an even
game. The trouble with them
seemed to be with the man in the
box, who still felt the gyratory
effect of the Kinati. The Maui
boys would have put up a better
game a day later.
The game has served as a stitnti-
lltis for baseball tit Hilo. The
League will start on a new sche
dule of games in a few days and it
is on the cards to go to Maui at the
first opportunity and cross bats
again with the Athletic Associa
Other l'roliato Mutters Coining He
fori! Jiulgu Little.
Judge I.ittle held court last week
attending to various matters in
Chambers before the regular Janu
ary term began.
In the estate of Viria IS. Oehr,
II. B. Gchr, was appointed admin
istrator without bonds.
In the estate of Johnson Nickeus,
P. Peck was appointed temporary
administrator at the request of Mrs.
The will of Johnson Nickeus has
been placed on file with the Clerk
of the Court. It was made in Feb
ruary 1889, at Tacoma, Washing
ton. It leaves the stun of 500 to
each of the daughters of the de
ceased and the remainder of the
estate to the widow. Mrs. Nickeus
and two daughters arc made ad
ministratrixes without bonds by the
terms of the will.
In the estate of Kcaweopela, A.
IS. Sutton has been appointed ad
ministrator under bond of 500.
In the suit of Tonttkawa vs. U.
Gama, decree has been entered by
Judge Little ordering specific per
formance of a certain contract for
the transfer of real estate.
In the estate of Unahiocla k, Jos.
Gottvea has been appointed admin
istrator. CKISl OLAA NOTES.
How the People on the Hlg Planta
tion Spent Christinas.
The Olaa Sugar Co. has resumed
planting at 14 miles getting fine
top seed from fields being cut at 10
Porto Ricans are proving them
selves fine cane cutters 1000 feet
in seventy ton cane is not an un
The closing exercises and Christ
mas tree at the Nine Mile school,
under the supervision of Miss Ward
the principal was a huge success.
Fully one-third of the children are
Porto Ricans, and this was their
first acquaintance with Santa Clans.
Their amazement and delight were
unbounded. Mr. James Scott made
a creditable St. Nick.
Another successful Christmas tree
was held on Tuesday eve in the
little Hawaiian church at twelve
Mr. Geo. Stratmeyer is assistant
manager at Olaa store.
Mr. I. M. Whitehouse has been
awarded the contract for building
the wagon road on the Iuinicaux
place at 13 miles to the new sta
tion. Fcrndalc, on the line of the
Hilo R. R. Co., and is actively at
work upon it.
The Railroad construction train
is busy at eight miles laying rails
for the Olaa Sugar Co.
The Sugar Co. is getting its cane
cut for 25c. a ton a price some
what lower than the regular rate as
result of the clean fields and heavy
Dr. and Mrs. Hayes were guests
of the McStockers on Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clay spent
Christmas at Mt. View.
Capt. Warland and family have
been spending the holidays at the
Steven home. On Christmas clay
Mrs. Steven entertained a large
party at dinner among whom were
Judge Parsons, Miss Barnard and
I. IS. Ray.
Miss Warland, the elder daughter
of Capt. and Mrs. Warland, who
is a trained nurse recently from
New York, will probably locate in
Hilo, if she can arrange matters
satisfactorily when she returns
home. Dr. Theodore Wiggins an
old time resident of Hilo, she re
ports as having a very lucrative
practies in the big city.
Dr. Frances Wettnorc and Miss
Deyo, are spending a few day at
the mountain home of Mr. Terry at
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