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8 ' THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 9 PiRi
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Laliaina Lines
Lahaina does not intend to bo
outdone by the metropolis, and is
also demanding the attention of the
health authorities. Both the Coun
ty health inspector and Dr. Shep
herd, of Honolulu, have been here
this week assisting Dr. Burt to check
the spreading of a sickness which
closely resembles scarlet fever and
dyptheria. The infected spots are so
thoroughly guarded that no new
cases have developed in other locali
ties, and those already treated aro
improving.
Within a short time the usual
commotion which attends the grind
ing season will commence. Every
thing is in readiness both in the
fields, and at the mill. A good size
crop is expected.
It will bo of interest to those who
know him to learn, that Mr. J. E.
Kennedy, lale of the Pioneer mill,
and now chief engineer at Ilakalau,
Hawaii, is "doing things!" And
others of the same profession in the
rainy district will have to paddle
their webbed-feet a bit lively, if
they do not intend to be left behind.
While representing an Humiliated
meandering "Kaupakalua" adver
tisement, one of our local citizens
declared that it is all "Pan!" with
the Republican party. He said
while the Gjvcmor was busy fight
ing Kuhio, and the rest of the Re
publicans arc cutting bananas, Link
McCandloss, the Homo Rulers, and
the Democrats are "confusing."
And after the next general election,
the local Republicans can join their
brothers on the mainland and "hang
on Chicago."
Mr. Waal has bought and install
ed a new letter stamping machine,
which is the last word in an up-to-date
postoflice equipment.
The Star's $3000
Contest Is Fair.
Maui Candidates have equal
chance with those of Other Islands
to secure the
Ten Big Prizes
Here they are:
FIRST $750.00 Cash
SECOND Fine Building; Lot in
Kaimuki.
THIRD Savings Bank Account of
$300.00.
FOURTH Ticket to Coast and
Return with Pocket Money.
FIFTH Selection of Books, $150.
SIXTH Trip and week at Vol
cano. SEVENTH F u r n i t u r e Order,
$75.00.
EIGHTH Music Order, $50.00.
NINTH Hardware Order, $50.00.
TENTH Jewelry Order, $50.00.
Remember that Oahu has so
many Candidates working that
You have a good chance to get
more Votes than any one of them.
Besides so many persons already
take the Star in Honolulu.
It Is Not Too Late To Start
Send your name to Contest Man
ager, Star, Honolulu, and lie will
send you full instructions.
Maui's Special Prize
Besides the Big Prizes there is
one prize for a Maui Candidate
Only.
A Week's Trip To Honolulu
With all expenses paid and mini
erous outings planned.
Don't forget that the first Count
will be made on November 18 til
- All votes and subscriptions tak
en must be mailed by that time.
Imported Family
Corn Beef
FOR SALE AT
Maui Meat Market
The Wrong Dope Ij
Assemblyman Brennan, author
of New York's Brennan cold-storage
law, said tho other day:
"A recent examination of the
cold-storage plants in Now York
City showed that in twelve storago
houses alone there were stored
7,300,000 pounds of poultry and
meat, 4,500,000 pounds of fish,
2,000,000 pounds of cheese, G.000,
000 pounds of butter and 500,000
cases of eggs.
"This food should be labeled as
what it is. It shouldn't be sold to
the public as fresh food at tho price
of fresh food. For it isn't fresh
food, and, though it looks alright,
its taste is all wrong except to such
people as aro blessed with the palate
of Jim Jimison.
"Jim Jimison," Mr. Brennan ex
plained, "was a hard drinker up
Ithaca way. One evening Jim stop
ped at tho tavern for a dram, tossed
it off, and departed calmly; but af
ter he was gone the tavern-keeper
discovered that, in place of apple
jack, he had given Jim a drink out
of tho sulphuric acid bottle that was
kept to clean the verdigris off the
brass taps.
"The tavern-keeper couldn't sleep
that night, but the next morning,
to his unspeakable relief, Jim drop
ped in for another dram before break
fast, apparently none the worse for
his dose of poison.
" 'Jim,' said the tavern-keeper,
'what did you think of that apple
jack I sold you last night?'
" 'Oh, it was a fine stuff,' said
Jim, 'good, wannin' stuff. It had
one fault. Every time I coughed it
set my whiskers afire.' "
In the Wrong House.
A Chicago man who started one
day last week to attend a wedding,
went astray and got into a house
where a funeral was being held. He
was a little late, and was conducted
through a rather dark hall into a
back parlor, where he found a va
cant chair. Unfortunately it was
impossible to see from whero he sat
just what was going on in the front
room, where the preacher and the
corpse were located. Ho was able,
however, to hear distinctly. The
preacher was in tho middle of his
discourse.
"It is true," he was saying, "that
this is a most solemn occasion, but
let us try to look upon the more
hopeful side. It may all be for tho
best. Who among us can tell? Let
us remember that behind the dark
est cloud the sun still shines. It is
our duty to try to believe that our
friend has entered into a happier
state. It is true hat ho will mingle
with us no more; we shall not again
be cheered by his bright smilo; all
that once seemed so dear to him ho
has to resign ; ho has met the com
mon fate, but it is not for us to de
cide that this is to bo tho end of all
for him.''
Unable to restrain himself any
onger, the man who had wandered
into the wrong house leaned over
toward one of the former friends of
tho deceased and said:
' Say, if I were the bride's father
I'd lick that fellow."
The Latest in Sports.
(Continued from page l.)
throughout the scries. Eddie Col
lins, his rival, fell down in fielding
in tho first three games, strange as
it might sound, but put up such
a sensational defensive play during
the last three contests that his wob
bly work earlier in the scries was
easily blotted out.
Meyer behind tho log has lived up
to his previous record. The Cal
fornia Indian proved a sterling bad
stop, and no criticism could be
mado of his playing. Thomas labor
ed as he was expected to work, and
Lapp proved a stellar figure behind
the bat.
At first base Merklo did not show
the brilliant form credited to him
all season. Ho was playing in a
crippled condition, being troubled
with "charley horse," and this pro
bably accounted for his failure to
star. Harry Davis, tho veteran,
got by in admirable fashion, but it
was freely admitted that Mclnnes
would have added more Btrength to
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HONOLULU, HAWAII
the winner' line-up.
At shortstop Jack Barry so far
over-shadowed Fletcher that it leaves
no argument of comparison. Ho is
reported as tho poorest shortstop
ever to have taken part in a world's
series. Ho was woefully weak in
handling balls to his right and ho J
also yielded easily to pressure. He
is nothing but a youngster and his
showing was no discredit to him.
Barry, howover, starred both at bat
and in the field, and mado Fletcher
look cheap.
Tho make-up of tho Australian
team which will defend tho world's
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tennis title against the American
challengers is as follows, according
to advices from Melborno: Nor
man Brookes, A. W. Dunlop and
Rod Heath.
Brookes will bo the captain of the
team and will have full charge of
tho defense IIo will play with Dun
lop in the doubles, while ho and
Heath will defend the singles.
The Australian tennis fans figure
that Brooks will win both singles,
and with Dunlop, will como out
ahead in the doubles. Three wins
out of five will keep tho cup in Australia.
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