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Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Clshop, Treasurer and Sec
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OITICK OF THE TIUOASUIlEIt,
Territory of llnwitll.
Honolulu, Onlm, April 28, 1908.
ChliiB Klin Fook, 4
Secy., Man Fok Tone,
Honolulu, T. H.
Dear Sir: I beg leave to acknowl-
cdfio receipt of yours of tho 2(th
liiKt., notlfylliR this ofTlre that at the
meeting of Man Kook Tong held on
the 13th day of April, 1!)08, the fol
lowing officers were duly elected for
the ensuing year:
Lee Kan Seu . ." President
Chin You Kong Vice President
Ching Kim Fook Secretary
Ching Chew Yce Treasurer
H. A. Eeen. . . , Auditor
I beg to inform you Hint memo f
the above will bo duly noted on the
record of this office.
Ili'speetfiilly yours, v
Sfid. A. J. CAMPI1KI.L,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
3993 Mny 4, 9, 11, 18, 25.
TO KIHEI STOCKHOLDERS.
Definite arrangements having been
made for the sale of the property ot
Klltcl Plantation Co., Ltd., on July
1st, 1-vo, the Agents of said Cam-
.pany, Messrs. Alexander ft Ualdwln,
Limited, beg to announce that on and
after the lBt day of May, 1908, they
fare willing to purchase any and all
shares of stock ot said Klhel Planta
tion Company, Limited, at the rate of
$10.00 per share, said sum being the
estimated amount per share which It
Im expected will be realized as net
proceeds from the sale of said prop
erty. J. WATHItHOUSB,
Treasurer, Alexander & Ualdwlu,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
At tho annual meeting of the
HtocMioIders of K. O. Hall & Son)
Limited, held at the olllce of the cor
poration, Honolulu, T. 11., on May
22nd,'l908, at 9 o'clock n. m the
following officers unil directors wero
elected to servo for. the ensuing year:
Wm. W. Hall President
E. 0. White Vice President
E. H. Paris. .Secretary and Treasurer
E. 0. Hall , Auditor
Chas. Atherton ' Director
Wm. Lara Director
E. 0. White, E. H. Paris
K. H. PAU1S,
Secretary, E. O. Hall & Son, Limited.
' ' ii i ii
The Fleet Committee on Informa
tion would be pleased to hare hotels,
boarding houses, and persons. having
rooms to rent communicate with it,
giving rates by the week or by the
single light. ,
0. H. D1CKET,
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who will make suggestions for the
entertainment of the Fleet can do so
by railing up Phone 624, or address
lng a letter to Col. Sam Johnson at
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FEED. L. WALDRON, Agt.
WHEN ' ,
'You Want Heckle Wirlnc Done at
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
flattenei, call the
UNION ELTCTRIG DO.,
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GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 027. Kine & Bethel Sta.
' Reasonable rice.
Fort Street near lentaeWa. ,
A Specialty; All Work Guaranteed.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Honolulu nia Weil oalneri h. r..i.
tatlon of beliffl a clean eltv. Th !,,
way we ean maintain same Is by keep-
inu a wgrK.
I SPORTS. 1
Franklid Car Wins First
Auto Race Held
A Franklin 25 won the first nuto
ince held hero when It defeated a 40
Tourist on Saturdny nftcrnoon nt
Kaplolnni Park In a 6-mllo event un
der chariot rules. E. II. Lewis drove
tho winning car and M. C. King was
nt the tatccrlng wheel nt tho other
car. In the finish tho Franklin full
ed to make n strong showing, ou ac
cuunt of tho refusal of the carbureter
to work well, and the lead It had
.gained In the last three miles was
lowered from eight or ten yards to
two or three.
The track wns in good fix. The
speeding of the cars for Immediate
supremacy was prevented by the fact
that the track Is not banked, and, tho
cars had to chnngo places on each
Those In the nutos as passengers
during the "run were:
Franklin S. It. Jordan, C. Lutz,
J. Colburn, Gus Schncfer. ' '
Tourist C. H. Helm, Sr C. H.
llchn, Jr.. J. A. McLeod, W. J. West.
RELIANCE tit IWW
he ffip m
STANDING OF TEAMS
P.V. L. Pet.
Ilellnnco 7 5 2 .700
Hylands 8 5 3 .030
Twilights 8 5 3 .620
Tidal Waves 7 2 5 .300
Lcahls '....8 2 C .250
Yesterday, tho first series of games
played at Kaplolanl Park came to n
close when tho Twilights defeated
the Tidal Waves 7 to 3 and the He
llance nine iicured n complete shut
out, winning from the l.cahis 5 to
nothing. Ily winning theso gnmes,
the Ilcllnnce and Twilights are tied
with the Hylands for the champion
ship ot tbo first series, providing the
Tidal Wine) can turn tho trick at
the I'tiii of the season, when' they
meet tho Itclluuco nine to piny a pro
test Ml Kiln:, If. mi the other hand,
Uie;. lo.-c, the Itellnnce team will bo
The P a gAmc yesterday was of a
shut-out n.itu.c. but the Tidal Waves,
true to Lie name, milled In the ninth
and scc.ed three runs. The heavy
hitting Twilights annexed two runs
In the foul Hi njil five In the sixth ou
errors at thoit. Shortstop Q. lino, be
ing nick, had to quit the game In
the fifth Inning.
Score by innings:
Tidal Wavc3 ...00000000 3 3
Twilights 00020500 7
In the fecond gttmo. Dole for the
I.eahls pitched in good form, but his
support was weak. Ho allowed two
men to walk and struck out seven.
Mike Hardy for tho Ilellanco pitched
n steady game, striking out twelve
men and allowing but one compli
mentary. Henry Knal, called a "has-been,"
mitde his initial bow in the Kaplo
lanl Leaguo, anil on coming to bat
made the Impression that he still is
n heavy hitter. In the first inning,
he slammed the leather down the
first-base line for two bags; in the
fourth he tore off n home run Into
deep center; and In the sixth lined n
hot ohe down to third for a single.
Mike Hardy was also there with the
stick, getting two slngles.nnd a dou
ble to his credit.
Score by innings;
neliauce 10010021 0 5
Leah'ls .. ..,'...00000000 0 0
SUMMARY. Hoses on balls; Off
Dole, 1; off Hardy, 2. Struck out:
by Dole, 7; by Hardy, 12. Double
play: Kama. Missed third strike:
auinvnn: Passed ball: Martin. 1.
Two-base lilts: Dole, Kun, Froltas,
Haul, Hardy. Home run: Kual. Um
pire: A. Kla. Time: lh. 27m.
The minstrel and musical enter
tnlnmont given at the Knmohnmoha
Schools gymnasium on Saturday
evening hiBt wns exceedingly well pa
lionized and Bhould be n "howling
success" financially. Tho program
consisted of mirth and music, from a
minstrel standpoint, In part 1, un
der the rnnrlurtnreliln nf Allm., Tl
fcunha. The skits, songs and acts
wero woll presented and pleased tho
packed audience. Part 2 of ,the pro
grnm was under tho direction of Stan
loy Livingston and was more of the
The men from the Kncllsh shins In
port wero badly defeated at cricket
nt Moklkl on Saturday by tho men of
the II. C, a, the winners scoring 164
tl WAtLUKU, Maul, May 25. 8
U The Sjimlay ball gnmes at Wells tl
tt Park resulted ns follows: it
Hculanl 8-Stnrs 6. tt
tt Wntknpu 22-Knhulul 2. tt
tt Tho latter game lasted but tt
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The Ltinakelas from Hwa club
defeated the Wnlpahus 27 to 12 in n
gnme played Saturday afternoon.
Walpahu Wnlpnlni, c; E. Hotel!
lio, If; M. Cordclro, 3b; M. Mendas,
2b; 'M. Oonsalves, rf; Joe Afluquc,
ss; John Kaulann, lb; W. K. Mile, p;
Joe Soma, cf.
Lunnkcla Hill Herry, If; George
Godfrey, cf; Peter Christiansen, lb;
Dewey, 3b; Joe Ellas, c; A. T. Sil
ver, ss; M. Fernandez, p; M. Rodrl
gues, 2b Joe Travercs, If.
Struck out: Hy W. E. Mile, 5; by
M. Hodrlgues, 4; by M. Fernandez,
lA. Time of game: lh. 65m.
Score by Innings:
Walpahu 16040001 012
I.unakela 1420069 5 27
MAKAALA AND SURE SHOT WIN
M. J. Rodrlgucs' Makaala defeated
E. II. I.cwIb' Shamrock at the track
Saturday afternoon, and Walter, Mac
farlane's Sure Shot won over W.
Heckloy's Duke Spencer, Jr., The dis
tance was three-eighths tor each raca
nnd the time mnde 40 1-2 nnd 39 1-2
Hoth winners wero ridden by Jock
George Weight acted as starter.
Tho hurso races followed the auto
race, which was hold at the track at
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FROM THE PRESS BOX "
Sam Manuka appeared on the Ini
tial bag for tho Kams and It looked
as though things were doing at tho
opening, till Eddie Fernandez show
ed him some funny Btunts on tho
first base course. There was somo
iToubt us to whether n runner can
loiter on tho way to fjrst, but tho
umpire didn't object, und neither did
Eddie. Ho scored Olmos and planted
himself ou third, whilo Sam was
thinking It over.
Harney Joy robbed Hampton of one
of the prettiest hits ot the season anil
registered for himself a master-stroke
nt fielding. Harney never was bet
ter placed than In right garden. In
sprinting to get. under Uhe ball he
turned his ankle, which bothered
him a great deal during the remain
der of the game. t
n n '
Williamson was on the coaching
line for tho Puns Inst Saturday, han
dling his men with great cure. Tho
Puns are still a llttlo weak with the
willow, but showed a deal ot Im
provement over their exhibition of a
week ago. "
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Each Saturday's attendance at tho
Hlg League games shows an Improve
ment and It Is pleasing, not only to
the baseball officials but to the play
ers themselves, to see that their ef
forts are not being, wasted.
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Dob McCorrlston certainly deserves
credit for the way he annoxed three
bags on a deep right hit. Such hits
are few and far between for Bob, and
should have been located at a 'tttno
with men on the bases.
n n n
What a Btgh of disappointment
went up when Evers let the ball
pass through him In the fifth. Tho
first of the season for''thls speedy
little player, and rather a bad one at
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Johnny Williams was there with'
his usual one-handed plays, nearly
giving many ot his admirers heart
failure by taking daring chances dur
ing critical points of the game.
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Col. Sam Johnson, Oeorge Klugel,
"Doc" Raymond and "Unbleeched"
Cook were In. their usual places on
the Ewa stand, keeping tho tun go
ing while tho game lasted,
Vannatta and Jones wero also In
the game, adding much to the Kams'
lineup. "Old Pal Hill" was In fine
form, holding down the second bag
as In days gone by,
Jimmy Williams got a smash on,
the corns during the seventh Inning
that made some ot the old fans pull
their feet In.
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'Doc" Monsarrat was not In good
volco Saturday, but was ably assisted
by Jack Doyle 'from 'tho Ewa bleech
ers. Additional Sporti on Pan 7
CHINESE MILITARY COMPANY.
Accordlug to tho' Chinese Informa
tion Committee of Honnlnlii tt la.anlil
that tho Chinese of Honolulu will soon
organizo a military company for en-
i "mucin m mo national uuaru.
Tho company will be composed of
Chinese-American citizens, ready at
any tlmo to come to the defense of Ha
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