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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. jULY 18, 908
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11 o ?v
After Eleven Inning Win
, from the Waikapus.
With a much improved team,
but which can stand further im
provements, the Kahului ball team
defeated the Waikapus after eleven
innings, by a score of 8 to 7.
The Kahuluis toored seven runs
in the fifth and sixth innings and
the Waikapus tied the score in the
seventh and eight innings. In the
eleventh inning the Kahuluis
scored the -winning run.
11. Sylva of the Waikapus was
batted all over, and in the fifth
inning lie changed places with
Cumniings, but did not last long
there for in the next inning Cum
niings went back to the initial bag
and Nowell stepped into the box,
holding down the scoring to one
Ayau pitched the entire game for
the Kahuluis and did his work
very well. The support he received
was not what it should have been.
In the ten.h inning with two
hands gone and two men on bases,
Viela made a long hit to left fielder,
who made the protiest catch of the
day after a long run.
The first game resulted in favor
of the Stars, who scored five runs
to the Ilealanis' one.
Alo: the Ilealani pitcher, had an
off day and could not keep the Stars
from hitting him.
The line up of the '.cuius was as
Ilealanis Keanu, rf, Kaaiai, cf,
Kaleo, 2b, Hussey, 3b, Meyer, ss,
Waiwaiolc, c, Alo, p, Krueger, If,
J. Smith, lb.
Stars Jno. Garcia, p, A. Garcia,
ss, Bal, c, Bento, 3b, Kin, 2b. Jas.
Hart, cf, Decker, rf, Kama, lb.
The game by innings was as
1 2 3 -1 5 (5 7 8!)
Ilealanis 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Smrs 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0-5
The lineup of the second game
Kahului Fernandez, c; Ayau,
p, English, ss, Scythe, 21), Morris,
cf, Aikala, 3b, Nawai, If, Ernest,
lb, Newton, rf.
Waikapus F. Sylva, cf, Nowell,
2b, p, Cumniings, c, p, Viela, 3b,
' iV. Enos, If, Dutro,ss, Cockett, lb,
J. Enos, rf, II. Sylva, p, c, 2b.
First Inning Waikapus to bat.
F. Sylva out fly to left. Nowell
makes a two base hit. Viela hits
safe to right and Nowell is out
stealing home. W. Enos fans cut.
Fernandez out fly to second.
Ayau walks to first. English dies
on foul tip and Ayau is caught out
Second Inning Dutrodies short
to first. Cockett gets first on a hit
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President V. T. Robinscn, Vice-President
C, D. Lufkin, Cashier
H. A. Wadswortli, Director D. U. Case, Director
CONDBNSKI) STATEMENT TO COMPTUOl.I.EIt
at the clofc of business, May 14th, 190S
Loans and Discounts $127,787.14
United States Bonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. lionds....... 45-o
Other Itouds (quickly convert) 5 1 .Soo.oo
Cash and Due from Hanks 50,720.71
Hanking House, I'urniture.etc 7i2S"-3J
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. ) ss
V COUNTV 01' MAUI,
I, C. D. I.ufkin, Cashier of the aliove named hank, jlo solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. I.Ul'KIN, Cashier.
Subscribed nud sworn to before me this 24U1 day of May, 190S.
HUGH M. CORK, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit
Paia Loses .
Season Starts wilh Large
The first game of the series to be
played at Kahului park was won by
the Wailuku team, which scored 4
runs to the Paia's 2.
The Paia team was certainly the
favorites, before the game started,
but did not show to advantage, es
pecially in. batting.
Roilm pitched the game and
lowed si vera 1 hits to be made
him. Captain CuniminiK of
Wailuku team was not sure of his
lineup up to the time or Parting the
game, owning to several of the best
players having to work Saturday
afternoon. , '
The game was a fine one from
start to finish. The Wailukus scored
their four runs in as many innings.
while the Paias got their two runs
on the error of first in the ninth
inning. Had Cumniings stopped
that ball the Paias would have been
The lineups of the teams were as
Paias Rosecrans, ss, Collins, 3b,
Rocha, p, Krumbhaar, 2b, Kauka,
Hanaoka, rf, Rice, lb,. Turner, e,
Foster, cf, Taylor, Upton, If.
Wailukus .las'. Hart, cf, Kaleo,
2b, Cumniings, lb, Bnl,V, Hussey,
3b, Kia, rf, -Dutro, s's, J. Smith, If,
If. Meyer, p.
The Paias were first to bat.
First Inning lioseerans went out
short to first. Collins followed suit,
third to first, as also did Rocha,
short to first.
llavt died third to first. Kaleo
made a 2 base hit and got to third
on a passed ball. Cumniings is safe
on '.error of center and Kaleo scores.
Pal hit to short and Cumniings dies
at second. Pal steals second and
third but is caught out stealing
home. Score 1 run,.
Second Inning. Krumbhaar flies
out to second. Kauka, Who weighs
about 250 pounds, took first base
being hit by a pitched ball, but was
caught out stealing second. Pice
flies out to first.
Hnssev noes out on grounder to
fir.-t and Kia dies second to first
Dutro makes nice hit to left garden
and steals second. Attempts to
steal third and is out.
Third luniiw Turner bunt out
to catcher. Foster gets first on error
of second, and steals the second bag.
Taylor fans and Rosccrnns dies on
.1. Smith and Meyer go out pitch
er to first and Hart flies out to
Fourth Inning Collins goes out
on a grounder to first. Pocha is
safe on bad throw of pitcher and
reaches second. lie got into an
argument with the second baseman
Continued ou l'age 6,
Surplus and Profits .
Warm A Queer
Manager Weils Astonishes
A good sized attendance was pre
sent at the meeting of the Republi
can precinct club of Wailuku lust
Friday evening to make nominations
for the varjous offices of the club.
Chairman C. 15. Wells opened the
meeting while Secretary Sehrader
recorded the minutes.
Meetings of such a character are
usually the most epiiet and no one
expected any thing out of the usual
routine and all were astonished at
the declarations of President C. P.
Wells who has at all times been a
staunch Republican and one of the
ardent supporters of the party.
The principal reform he demand
ed was that each precinct should be
the sole judge of the qualification
and fitness of any one selected by
the executive committee of the pre
cinct for any local position.
He criticised in the strongest
terms the "action of the County
Executive Committee for its en
dorsement of Kahaulelio for the of
fice of county attorney.
He declared it was better for the
community to go down to defeat
while supporting clean honest men
for office than it was to go to victory
by endorsing and supporting dis
Mr. Wells stated at the meeting
that he would not accept any pos
ition as an officer in the club for
the reason that he was going away
The nominations made were: II.
P. Pcnhallow, W. 15. Pal, 1). H.
Davis, C. B. Wells, and D. II. Case
for President, Joseph F. Welsh and
George Weight, Vice President, S.
15. Kaiue and A. Enos 2nd Vice
President, L. M. Baldwin and C. 1).
Lufkin Treasurer, 15. II. lingers mid
E. II. Hart Secretary, George Cum
niings and W. F. Crockett Assistant
Secretary, W. 15. Bal, Charles Wil
cox, W. T. Robinson, R. A. Wads
worth, II. P. Pcnhallow, W. A.
McKay, 1). H. Davis, A. Borba, G.
B. Sehrader, J. K. Kahookele, .1.
F. Welsh, J. X. K. Kcola and
James M. Kipakuhia Executive
Committee, M, li. Pereira, W. 15
Bal, and George Cumniings, Moses
Kauhimahu, George Maxwell for
Judges of EUetion.
Edmund Hart had a ticket with
but C. B. Wells, President Geo.
Weighty Vke President, and A
Enos Second Vice President 15. II
Hart, Secretary and Geo. II. Cumin
ings Asst. Sc cy., L. M. Baldwin,
Treasurer, W. 15. Bal, S. Keliinoi,
D. H. Davis', A. Borba Jr., G. B.
Sehrader, J. K. Kahookele, II. P..
Pcnhallow, .1. F. Welsh, J. X. K.
Kcola, and James, M. Kipakuhia
for the Executive Committee and
Moses Kauhimahu, M. R. Pereira,
and George Maxwell Judges of Flec
tion. A. N. Cederlofl signed the nomi
nations for Hart and handed the
same in. This was over ruled by
tho chair and an appeal was taken
to tho Territorial Executive Com
mittee which decided adversely to
tho chair and ordered all of the
names to stand as nominated.
. The reason for tho rojecthui of
(ho nominations by the chair was
that it was not proper for one per
son to nominate more than those to
be voted for on one nomination.
All of the nominees are promi
nent men politically and would
doubtless make good officers.
Lovers Live in the Forests
Evade the Police.
Two Hawaiians after wandiring
around in the forest back of Hana
for weeks living on love, wild taro
and bananas, have at last deliver
ed themselves into the hands of
Tho Sheriff and the Police force
have searched in vain for this run
away pair staying up nights anil
keeping a sharp lookout for a pos
sible trace of-their whereabouts. t
Bright and early Monday morn
ing tho pairaniG down from the
mountain and presented them
selves before Mr Silva who runs
High Sheriff Henry's branch Ho
tel at Hana anil asked for admit
This case will come up tomorrow
This makes the second attempt and
the law will be lived up to
Herman Uethe remembered hi
many friends in Wailuku on his
return home to Hana, .his week, by
sending each one of them a pack
age of shark's teeth extracted from
the huge jaws of the shark that
was killed by the natives at Hana
a few weeks ago. ' '
'fhe teeth are beautiful speci
mens ami those who were so fortu
nate as to secure same, cherish
them verv highly.
OilyjIIcrinan a he is now dubbed
by his many friends here in Wai
luku, contemplates running for the
senate at the coming election as
the nominee on the Republican
ticket for the liana District and it
is to be expected that his friends
will remember him at the Polls
November 3rd 1U08.
He will undoubtedly give Oily
Pill White of Lahaina the run of
his life at th' coming November
elections ami it is to be expected
that he will win out by an over
whelming majority if his weight
and verasity count for something
It to k three boat loads to carry
all of the gifts out to the Claudine
from liana, to the Fleet Commit
tee; a large variety of fruit such as
bananas, papains, mangoes, pears,
oranges, pineapples and the like.
Judge Kakani and his worthy
corps of assiflants outdid them
selves in carrying out instructions
from headquarters and it is to be
hoped thai all of the perishable
goods will be received by the licet
coin mil tee in good order.
liana has a new Police officer.
Sheriff Saffery of Wailuku has seen
fit to discharge one Kaeo an officer
of the Hana Police force lor cause,
and in his place he bus commission
ed .3. M Koko, the choice of the
liana executive committee of the
Republican Precinct clubs, Dili
Precinct. J. M. Koko was fo'iner.
ly the leader of the Home Rule
forces of the' Hana District, he
joined the Republican ranks in
December last and is now one of
the party's strongest supporters.
Notice of Power of Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that, during my
absence from the Territory of Hawaii, C.
I). I.ufkin of Wailuku .Vnui will act as
my Attorney in fact.
Dated this 13th, day of may A. D. 190S
tf. V. T. ROI1INSON.
ERWND tl. HART
N i' "V Pl'IIMfl, CoNVEYANCEll A N
Ait 1 haxt Mauuiaoi: Licenses
Oilln , Ci. cuit Court, 2nd Circuit.
Fleet Will Leave One Day Ahead of time-Koki
Meets Serious Accident Boni's
Wants are Few.
(Sl'UCIAL. TO TIIU MAUI NliWS.)
Sugar !)G de test -LUG Beets lis. ld.
HONOLULU, July 17. Twelve battleships rounded Diamond
Head shortly rffter noon and anchored outside. The first division en
tered the harbor. The second divison anchored east of tho entrance
while the fourth divison anchored west of tho entrance.
The vessels will coal as follows- July 17th; Connecticut and Ver
mont; July 18th, Kansas, Minnesota and Georgia; July l'Jth, Rhode
Island, New Jersey and Nebraska; July 20th, Wisconsin, and Kentucky;
July 21st, Kcarsarge and Illinois.
The spectacle was viewed by a big crowd.
Last night twenty four hundred men enjoyed liberty and spent
money as freely as sailors.
The fleet will leave a day ahead of schedule.
Joshua Koki was knocked unconscious while coining from the
park. His head struck a pole while he was riding on a rapid transit
car. There were no other accidents.
M15LBOURN15, July 17. The programme is arranged for the en
tertainment of the licet. It includes dinners, dances etc.
PANAMA, July 17. One hundred and sixty marines have been
ordered to prepare for field service. They may be sent to Honduras.
BOSTON. July 17. The anti Imperialists have endorsed Bryan.
PARIS, July 17. Count Boni do Castellaine has sued for the
custody of his children and twenty thousand dollars per annum each
for their support.
TACOMA, July 17 A powder explosion yesterday killed nine
HONOLULU, July 10. Everything is closed awaiting tho arrival
of the fleet a one o'clock. Thousands are at Waikiki and Diamond
Governor Frear has accepted the resignation of Jack Lucas. Jack
announces his candidacy for Mayor.
The Board of Health issued commissions to Fred Archer, Irwin,
Bowman and Caeores,
The Grand Jury is expected to report today. A roast is expected
for the employment of aliens on Government jobs.
The sailors will ride on street cars free.
HONOLULU, July 15 Lucas Bros and Chalmers got the con
tract for the additions to Fort Shafter. ,
OYSTER BAY, JuPy Hi. Reuterdahl and Roosevelt met and dis
cussed the fleet preparatory to publishing a book.
INDIANAPOLIS, July 10. A reception was given to Kern. Much
enthusiasm was shown.
LONDON, July Hi Baron Kotnura returns to Japan via America.
NI5W YORK, July Pi. A homh wrecked a tenement. There were
DF.NV15R, July 10. The Italian who killed a Catholic priest
cursed the Church on the gallows.
CHICAGO, July 10. Judge Kohlsaat deoides that no passes can
be issued to editors in return for advertising.
LONDON, July 15. Tho' Prince of Wales and suite has sailed for
.GRAND JUNCTION, July 15.-Steve Adams was acquitted for
the minder of Aithur Collins of Telluride. f
SANTA BARBARA, July 15. A fire in the Orcut and Santa
Maria oil districts caused a loss of life and $200,000 damage.
COLUMBUS, July 10. Tho Prohibitionist convention isinsession.
Patton is chairman. 1
. LONDON, July 15. England won the finals in the three milo
race at the Olympic games. America came in second. Johnson of
England won the 000 yards eye'e race.
'I he licet will arrive at Lahaina at 1 p. 111. today.
HONOLULU, July 15. The Kapaa lands are to be sold in twenty
acre lots instead of forty acre lots as at first intended.
Tho afternoon papers make a fierce attack on Iaukea for his
The battleships were in wireless communication last r.ight.
The colliers Bucrania and Arethusa are ordered to proceed to La
huina today and to await for the ships of tho third division duo to
arrive on the morning of July lGth.
The whole licet will pass the leper settlement early Thursday
The 1st, 2nd, and 1th divisions of the fleet will go to Honolulu.
Tho second division will anchor cast of the harbor. Tho fourth division
consisting of the Illinois, Keaisarge, and Kentucky will anchor to tho
westward of the haibor. The first division and the Wisconsin will en
ter the harbor. They will take pilots.
All of the Auxiliaries except tho Culgoa and the Arcthusia will
leave on July 18th for Aukland.
DENVER, July 15. The democrats will not accopt more than
$10,000 from any one person and will publish the names of all contri
butors to tho campaign fund. .
Bryan will be notified of hh nomination on August 12th.
HIP FLEET IN