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EVENING ntHARTIN, 'HONOMJLfl. T, It., THURSDAY, AMI. IS, lflCO.
Ten years ago an Allen County,
JfTflU'fi Vfil "olIa oil1' The ,lext dav "c went to
, r T , thc ncarcst town nml sP-n t with a
merchant. Before thc year was out he got the dollar back.
Tour times m s- years the dollar came back to him for
produce, and three times he heard of it in the pockets of
his neighbors. The hut time he rot it hack was four vears
ago Vt i sent it to a ma.l order house. He has never' seen
that dollar since, and never will. That dollar bill will
never pay any more school or road tax for him, will never
build or brighten any of the homes of the community. He
sent it entirely out of the usefulness to himself and his
MOB At: Trade at yonr home hardware store, where
your dollar buys most anyway, and where you may set it
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NOTICE OF SAtE OF OENERAt
LEASES OF PASTORAL LANDS
IN KULA, MAUI.
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday,
April 19, 1909, ut the front entrance
(o tho Judiciary Ilulldlne, Honolulu,
thcro will bo sold at public auction,
under tho Provisions of l'.irt G. I..ind
Act 1S9G, (Sections 278-86 lnclu
Blvc, Revised Inws), Qeneral Leases
of the followInR lands:
A portion of tho land of Wnlakoa,
ivuia, .Maui, containing 2,380 acres'
n ltttlo more or less, to be used for
Upset rental, t""' 00 per annum,
payable scml-nnnimily In advance.
Term of Lease, 21 jenrs from
April 19, 1909,
A portlqu of tho land of Kamaolo,
Kula, Maul, containing an area of
3,124 acres a little moro or less, to
be used for pastoral purposes.
upset rental jjud.uu per annum,
payable semi-annually In advance
Term of I.oaso, 21, years from April
Tho Lcsseos will bo prohibited
rrom over-stocking the, premjscs.
Reservations, regarding, Inpds re
quired for settlement, reclamation,
nd, or public purposes, tpgether
wan righu-or-way to and ncross tho
promises, will bo embodied In the
leases of tho premises. '
For maps and further particulars,
apply at, the office of the undersign
ed, Judiciary llulldlng, Honolulu.
Eooal and National I
T A a w nn ati.
Commissioner of Public 1-nnds.
Honolulu, Oahu,, T. H,,
March,, 19', 1909,
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vNCE there was a Hungry
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made no Attempt to Catch
them. When asked wjiy. he
Pursued such an Asinine course
he replied that he wasn't sure
just what kind of Bait to use.
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NOTICE TO. STOCKHOLDERS!
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co,
Issue of New Certificates'.
Notice Is hereby, given that In ac
cordance with tho action of the
Hoard of. Directors qf the Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Company, thq
shares of stock of said Company will
be changed from 100,000 of, the par,
value of $100, each to 400,0.00 of, tho
par value of, 1.25. each; sad change
to iato from April 19th, 19.09.
Tho llpnoimu Btock books ot thq
Company wlj be clqeed for transfer
rrom Apr.ll l.ctu to April 19h, 1909,
and. all stockholders are particularly
requested to exchange their present,
ccrtincatoH for tlioso of tho now ls
suo. HAWAIIAN CQMfyjfcflCIAIj i SUQAIf
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Hy ALEXANDER BALDWIN,
Honoluln Transfer Agents.
Honolulu, T. H April lbth, 1909.
(Special to tlo I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n)
WA1LUKU, Mnul, Ajirtl id.
The baseball scasou on JJnul was
opened for 1909 last Sunday at Wells
Park. There was a big nttendanco
to watch tho Stars, und Knhululs at,
work. Supervisor f. II. Lyons threw
the llrst ball over tho plato and Joa
quin Garcia made thb first hit at
least, the llrst" attempt to lilt n ball
this scamn, and ho surely mndo u
good lilt with the' grand stand. Judg
ing from thq warm reception ho re
ceived fiym tlu'in In tho shape of
laughter end cheers. Messrs. Muur
bo Kcobokalolo and, Holland acted
as umpires while O. H. Scliracdcr
nerved as Bcoror. Tlio day was beau
tiful excepting for strong winds from
the north which blow nil afternoon.
Jas. A. Ilattlc nnd Jpo C. Krnstber
ger were )ie battery for the Knhu
luls, while Messrs. Upton und Meyer
held down the same positions for tho
Stain, which team had been wonder
fully strengthened by the acquisition
of new materials from Honolulu und
elfcwhcrc.; , v, ,
In tho early part of tho gnmo
Pitcher Hatt'Jf of tho Knhululs while
batting was lilt .on tho leh maxillary
bone with tho ball nnd liu fell flat
to tho ground. When he came to 11
was decided he could not continue
the game, to Ah You was put In the
box In his place. However, the way
Upton pitched the 'ball over the plate
with such terrific speed nmazed thc
'IIululs nnd ulthough they were al
lowed to mako some base-bits and
oven to get ns near home ns third,
yet they were not permitted to score
n run, and if tho Stars keep up such
oxeellont playing ns they did on the
first day the other teams will have
to stretch somo In order to come
within hailing distance of tho meteo
ric bunci from Unlluku. Meyer
proved his worth ns a catcher and
ho Is already n wonder behind the
bat. Next Sunday tho Hcalanis nnd
Knhululs will play.
8PBCIAL MBEtfNfl" 0J?. "frbc'K-
holdem; of, jOHULtjfiuir;
ROAD 00. '
A speda) m.t!nff of w BtoeU
k(5Id)srs,.ofl'the IJahuIuI IWlfoad Cofri
prfny wjll be held at' thei)aJ'of tho
Honolulu, on Monday, the 1,9th day.
qf, WlJ, 'l,90a,t 1; oj61trta ' m..
nr mo purp.ofle of .aeceptin the Dfor
TlB.lqns of let 3 of "th 'L'ikUIatuf
ii. n. i , ,.u t ,ij 'ii .
u iH t,crriFUfr, ni.itjTfiuy pprove.a
for th'e corisl'deratl'oh'.'of 'su'efoti'i'r
buslnos as ma cqms" before ' ifii
IJLMErj I",' IA-$,TON,
Sesrt.ar, "fahulq Its Ur.o'ad 'Co,
Apr.lJ 5, 1909.
IJy or.der of, tha First yi:Pr.eal-
""t. ' 'iryi-tij
Thfc Riversido League mot last eve
ning at tho offices of Chns. Chlllliig-
worth and after a storniy meeting in
which A, If. Vlorra nnd,S. I;. Corrca
were stnr performers, the leaguo nji
lir.ov.cd, of nipst of tho constitution
npil liy,-laYS as proposed by tho com
mittee nppolnted for tho purpose of
Everything went well until tho
section lptllctlng a flno of, CO. ceiits
on nny player appearing on the Hold
without full uniform was considered.
A. K. Vicrrn supported tho clause,
but Corrca objected strcnuouslv for
tho reason thnt'it would' Inflict n
hardship on many of tho players,
who aro unnblo to pay tho fine. How-
over, after a Jengthy. debate, Vlcrra
c'amo out best In tho encounter and
the' flno was Anally fixed at ton
This ended tho trouble, and tho
meeting proceeded to sail on smooth
water for the rest of tho voyage. The
now by-laws call for tho election of
an umplro and a scorer, and this was
taken up Immediately. Thoro was
no trouble In tho selection of these
oirjclals, and Edwin Fernandez and
W. Tin Chong wero both elected
unanimously for tho respective of
fices. A.' K. Vlorra proposed tho
Mimes to tho league, and stated that
thoro could be no better men for the
pfaces than Fernnridez and Chong,
Who ljnvo'both taken more or less In
terest In tho promotion of amateur
After attending to ot,her minor de
tails, the league" finally adjourned
uitll some tlhi'q next week, subject
tp tho call of'the president for tho
purpose' of making out a schedule.
and to dccldo the ononinc day.
which promises to beat anything of
Its kind ever hold nt Aula Park.
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Dick "lulllvnn, tho middleweight
champion boxer of tho Islands, nc
companled by Jonathan McFaddon.
returned on the Clau'dTne yesterday;
The twain visited Walluku and ga,ve
a show or two there. Hnlllvmi hns
been offered, a position in this city,
and win. settle d6wiT in'llnwnll nnl
for good. ' '
On Sunday tho Kevvalos and Mar
ines will play the first of a scries of
thj-eo games to decide who takes tho
championship. The game will bo
played at Aala l'a"k. Another ball
Last Dope From
, Tomorrow ' nt 1 n'clo -1; Hawaii a
gfent track Marathon will bo startu.1
by Mayor Fern. It Is expected that
fully-thlrty runners will face the
starter's ling, nnd n line hunch ot
athletes they ate, too. Several dif
ferent nationalities aro represented
by the peds, nnd each faction will bo
out In force to cheer on Its own pni
tlcular countryman. All the men
have slowed up In their work and
are resting today In nutlilpallnii of
tho great struggle tomorrow. Every
thing is in readiness for tho race,
and It only now remains for tho men
to too the lino. It goes without say
ing that nn enormous crowd will nt
tend thc Marathon, und although wo
cannot hope to cqunl In numbers the
gathering of 30,0.00 louls which wit
nessed the last mainland event, our
pcoplo will mako tip In enthusiasm
for what they lack in units.
It should bo n wonderful sight and
t)ie cosmopolitan crowd will certain
ly astonish any newcomers to the
islands who happen to bo present. A
big bunch of sports fiom tho country
havo signified their Intention of com
ing to town fpr tho event, and lung
before the startlng-hour'thn grounds
should Ic packed.
Tlioro aro so many men In tho race
who appear to' lnvo u llrst-rlanaJ
chance of winning, that it ju u i,anl
proposition to lr,y to pick the ultr-j
mato winner. However, to hazard I
an oplulnu, tho winner may come
from tho following bunch: S.diiirscli. !
Gomes, Downey. JncUon; the last
nnmed Is so very confident that thai
race seems all over liar collecting the I
prize, but there Is' many a sllV etc..
amf although tho writer gives "Jack"
a good chance in tho race, don't bo'
surprised to see one or two of tho I
men who finished behind him In the1
Ilnl'olwa eyent ahead of Nigel nt tho I
All that Is now rcciilred is flue .
Weather, and It behooves the "sports"
or the town to get together this
evening and offer up some strenuous
prayers that the rain may hold orf
The Junior handball tournament
at lhev Y. M. C. A. will start on tho
evening of April 27. The High
School Is also bringing off n tourna
ment at the V. M. C. A. gym. on
May 11. Thc seniors are also start
ing n tournament on June 11. Hand
ball Is u'flno game and oxcrclrea ev
ery muscle li the body; it Is good
to sco such great Intel pit taken in
the old sport.
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All contestants In tho Marathon
rnco next Sunday must havo u doc
tor's certificate of Illness boforo be
ing allowed to enter. Competitors
will bo examined free of charge by
Dr. Walters, nt his olllro on Alakoa
street, between 11 and fi o'clock to
ilny. No exceptions to this rulo will
bo made. Each runner must bo
physically fit for tho race or ho will
not bo permitted insldo tho ropes.
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