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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914
Harvest Home Sports At Puimene Great Success.
Rain Fails to Dampen Ardor of Large Crowd of
Visitors,-Polo Played on New Field. Dance
Despite a drizzly day, will) a
close humid atmosphere, Harvest
Home day at Puunene last Satur
day turned out to he a big success.
A large number of visitors partook
of the lavish hospitality of the
members of the l'uunene Athletic
Club, which had in charge the
program of the day, and even the
sting of defeat in the majority of
the sports events, was tempered
by the cordiality of their welcome.
At noon the Athletic Club served
luncheon to a large number of
Ktiesls, assisted by the ladies of the
members. This was a very in
formal, but exceedingly pleaaing
affair, and the excellence of the
menu was testified to by the un
mistakable appreciation of the vis
itors. The dance in the evening, in the
l'uunene Club House, was, as
usual one of the most pleasant so
cial functions of the season. Al
though the attendance was doubt
less diminished on account of the
inclemency of the weather, there
were plenty to well fdl the dancing
floor, and a most thoroughly good
time was had by all.
I'OLO IIOMmS STAY ON AlAUI.
For the third time this season,
the Mnui Polo players defeated the
Oahu team; and for the first time
Maui defeated Oahu in tennis, tak
ing the cup which Oahu has held
in the inter-island contests for
many years. The visitors carried
off the honors in the bowl
ing, which is also a new expe
rience, since the Pu'unene bowlers
have long been able to hold the
championship on their own alleys.
However, the defeat was not by a
Till- I'OLO MATCH.
The polo game was played on
the new field at Keahua, on ac
count of the fact that several days
of almost continuous rain had
rendered the Sunnyside field im
practicable. The new grounds are
not vet smooth enough for accu
rate work, and both teams found it
extremely difficult to connect with
the ball while it was in motion. A
good sized crowd witnessed the
playing and did some goodrooting,
in spite of the fine rain which
might have been expected to dam
pen the. ardor of a crowd of spec
tators. In the absence of Harold Dil
lingham from the Oahu four, Dave
Fleming of the Maui squad filled
in for them as back, but even his
strong play, was unsulTicient to
wrest victorv from the locals, who
succeeded in running up a score of
6 to I? rank Baldwin did the
.star work in scoring for the Maui
team, having four goals out of the
4 to his credit, the other two were
made, by one each, by Collins and
The Oahu team made the first
score in the game in the 2nd pe
riod, Sam Baldwin scoring in quick
time after the ball had been put in
play. Castle and Macfarlane each
A. & B. Companies
Profit By Rise
In hpoaking about the. effect of
tho rise in sugar prices, J. P.Cooke
prosidont of Alexander it Baldwin,
is quoted as saying that about 1-5 of
theoutputoftheA.it. B. planta
tions lor this year will reach tho
niarkot undor the high quotations
which the European war has caused
"On August 1, about S.000 tons of
Puunene 0,000 tons of Maui Agri
cultural, 7,500 tons of Hawaiian
Sujfur, 5,350 tons of MeBrydo, S00
Ions of Kahuku, had not reached
market" anid Mr. Cooke. "Since
thon 1,000 tons of Hawaiian Com
succeeding in putting one through
the Maui goal posts, in the fifth
and sixth periods, but a quarter was
lost during the game by a safely
which was made by Dave Fleming.
The teams lined up as follows:
Oahu Walter Macfarlane, Sam
Baldwin, Harold Castle and Dave
Fleming. Maui A. W. Collins,
If. F. Baldwin. C. Burns and II.
(iOOI) THNMS VICTOUY.
Byascoreof 112 to 110, Maui ten
nis took the doublesseriesfrom their
Oahu friends, after some exciting
play. The games were played on
the Puunene hard courts at nine
o'clock, and were watched with in
terest by a large number of specta
Following was the result of the
tennis play, the plus and minus fig
ures following the score indicating
the number of games which every
Oahu pair won or lost in each
Lowrcy and Kennedy (O) beat
Collins and Lindsay (M) G-4, (5-4;
plus 4. Lowrey and Kennedy (0)
beat Engle and Young (M) G-4,0-2;
plus G. Collins and Lindsay (M)
heat Henoch and Pflouger CO) G-4,
G-15; minus 5. Henoch and Plletig
cr (0) beat Englo and Young (M)
G-0. G-f: plus 7. McLaren and
Savage' (M) beat Castle and Davis
(0) o-G, G-4; minus 1. II. Castle
and Davis (0) beat Taylor and
Hanson (M) G-2, G-3; plus 7. Tay
lor anil Hanson (M) beat Purvis
and Carr (0) lG-2, G-3; minus 7.
McLaren and Savage (M) beat Pur
vis and Carr (0) G-l, G-3; minus S.
II. Rice and Rosecrans (M) beat C.
A. Rice and S. A. Baldwin (0) G-4,
G-5; minus 3. C. A. Rice and S.
A. Baldwin (O) beat McLaren and
.Murray (M) G-5, G-l; plus G. II.
Bice and Bosecrans (M) beatSpald
ingand Redington (0) G-l, r-G;
minus 4. McLaren and Murray (M)
beat Spalding and Redington (0)
G-3, G-5; minus 4.
HOWLING GAM 11 LOST.
Oahu carried away the bowling
honors, though the almost pheno
menal rolling of Gear, who ave
raged the five games, 190; with
high score qf 242, which is the
season's record on the allies. Some
of the other players on the Oahu
team made rather poor scores, and
but for Gear's sensational work; it
is doubtful if the results would
have been as they were. Maui,
during the first part of the series,
was away ahead, and victory seemed
certain. The score was as follows:
Oahu I st 2nd 3rd 4U1 5U1 Tot.
.Scott loo 144 143 156 14 1 - "44
Gear 185 19S 120 242 202917
Allicrtou i32 145 128 137 115657
Hnney 147 120 135 i4l 144 6S7
Wilkirsou 169 160 190 195 195 909
Total 793 767 716 S71 797-3944
Maui 1st 2nd 3rd 4U1 5th Tot,
lavage 168 159 156 152 133 76S
Gomes 150 12S 159 158 137732
Nelson 140 191 104 172 167--810
Kmiincliciwn....i39 191 156 113 182 -781
Deimert 180 i83 135 i63 156 825
Totals 7S5 852 746 75 775-39'"
mercial (Puuneno) and 1,000 tons
of Maui Agricultural reached mark
et on the basis of 4.38 and more
than 300 tons of Kahuku has be
marketed on tho basis of 5.22."
Store Closed In Attachment
On an attachment secured by the
Honolulu Hat Company, the storo
of S. 1 inula, on Market street, Wai
luku, was closed by the sheriff on
Wednesday of this week. The
judgement against tho store is
Mrs. C. C. James, mid two daughters,
of Kuuilia, are -ponding a fe-v weeks
vacation in Honolulu.
Judge Etiings Arrives And Assumes
Duties, But Says Me Has Not
Made Up Mind. Attorneys Greet
Mini at McGregors
Judge W. S Eding.j, the recintly
appointed judge for the Second Judi
cial Circuit, arrived from Honolulu
on Wednesday evening, and assumed
his new duties with the opening of
the court house on Thursday morn
ing. There was no ceremony atten
dant upon tho new jurist's taking
office. Most of the members of the
Maui Bar had gone over the evening
before to McGregor's Landing and
given him a welcome when be first
landed from the Manna Kea, hut
aside from the calls of a number of
lawyers and others the day was a
most uneventful one. Judge Edings
qualified before the Territorial su
preme court, in Honolulu Fome days
"I feel 1 shall like Maui," Judge
Edings stated, in his chambers 011
the morning after his arrival. "I
believe that 1 shall have no difficul
ty in maintaining reasonably pleas
ant relations with those 1 must work
with, and 1 am very certain I shall
not stay if I should not lie able to do
Judge Edings made a number of
formal official orders on his first
day, and while there is a good deal
of work to come up in way of
chambers matters, the regular term
of court will not bo until October.
INP.W COUUT CI.IiUKV
While Judgo Edings declines to
say whether or not he will make
any changes in the personnel of his
court stall, contenting himself by
saying that he has not yet had time
to consider the matter, there is a
rumor current to the effect that
Clerk Edmund II. Hart is booked to
be replaced by another man; while
W. S. Chillingworth, court steno
grapher, is to retain his place.
While nothing in the way of a
formal reception will probably bo
tendered Judge Edings, it is under
stood that a numberof small dinners
are being considered in the near
future, at which he will bo the guest
of honor, and at which he will have
opportunity, in informal manner,
of getting in touch with Maui
Unterrified Bourbon Leader Stump
ing Maui This Week Won't
Make Predictions, But Says
Outlook Is Good.
L. L. McCandless, who since
1 uesdav has been vigorously pro
scenting his campaign on various
parts of this Island, expresses him
self well pleased with the outlook,
lie declines to make any prediction
regauling the outcome of his own
candidacy, but declares that the
advent of Palmer Woods as his
rival for the Democratic nomina
tion for the delegateship, is not to
be taken seriously.
According to McCandless,
Woods' running is likely to take
more votes from Kuhio and Rice
than from himself. He states that
Woods' candidacy was a surprise
to him, and that he has no knowl
edge of any arrangement by which
he was to keep out of the field in
case Woods chose to enter.
McCandless spent several days
in the liana district, and spoke to
sonic good sized audiences. Re
turning to Wailuku on Thursday,
he held a meeting in the Maui
Theater the same evening. The
theater was well filled, but a very
large majority of the audience con
sisted of women and children.
With McCandless arc R. K.
Boyd and Win. Kahoopii. The
party was at Lahaina yesterday,
and left for Molokai last night on
McCandless' "private yacht" the,
gasoline schooner Ida May.
Clerk Charged With
Young Wa, a clerk in the Puu
nene Store, was arrested on Mon
day on a warrant charging him witli
embezzling $24.50. It is charged
that the accused appropriated vari
ous amounts which he had been sent
out to collect. In the district court
he waived hearing, demanding a
jury trial. He was released on fur
nishing S175 hail to answer an in
dictment at the Oclob' r term of
1 Hecals i
Miss Mabel Hawthorne, of Honolulu,
is llie guest ol Miss Mary Cooper, at
The Worth Aikcns are spending a few
weeks at Idlcwild, their summer place 011
Miss Ruuiona Morgan, who forthe past
two weeks has been the guest of Miss
Clco Case, returned home to Honolulu,'
Auditor Charles Wilcox, who has been
seriously ill with typhoid fever, for
several weeks, is recovering rapidly, ami
will soon be able to be back in his office.
L. IS. Thayer, of Honolulu arrived by
the W. G. Hall 011 Tuesday on a business
trip. He was accompanied by his wife,
who has been the guest of Mrs. Will J.
l'riends of Mrs. William Iougher, of
l'uunene, will sympathize with her in
the loss oi her brother, Charles Murray
of Honolulu, who died suddenly from
heart disease on Monday of this week.
Church of the Good Shepherd, Rector,
Rev. J. Charles Villiers. Holy Commu
nion, at S a. m. Morning Prayers, and
sermon on: "Does God Answer Pray
ers?" at 11 a. m. A welcome both to
friends and strangers.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. White, of
Haiku, and children, sailed for the coast
by the Mauoa this week, to begone prob
ably for eight or ten months. Mrs. White
expects to spend most of the time with
relatives in' ISerkely, while Mr. White is
in the east on business.
C7II. Atherlon, who arrived from Ho
nolulu to take oart in the bowling at
l'uunene last Saturdaj, returned home
on the Mauoa, Sunday evening. He was
accompaniee by his daughter Mjss Laura
Atherton, and Miss Ruth Richards, who
had been the house guests of the I). II.
Cases for a week.
V. C. Schoenberg, assistant cashier, in
charge of the Lahaina National Hank, re
turned to Lahaina Sunday evening after
spending a week's vacation at Makawao.
During his absence his place was filled by
W. O. Aiken, of the Paia Hank, whose
place was in turn supplied by C. D. Luf
kin, of Wailuku.
Prof. W. A. ISryan, of the College of
Hawaii, who has been spending the past
six weeks in camping 011 Molokai, was in
Wailuku this week, 011 his way home.
Mrs. Ilryau, who was with him most of
the time, returned to Honolulu last week.
while the Professor spent a few days in
geological exploration on Lauai, before
terminating his vacation.
WAILUKU -:- PHONK -:-
Drays, ISxoress Wagons, Buggies, etc
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Cadillac, Fronk Mcricii'os, Chauffeur;
also 2-Ton Huick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates for large parties
We guarantee to make all steamer and
Subject to the will of the voters of
Maui, I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the position of Representative.
If nominated and elected I promise to
support to the best of my ability the
platform of the Republican party in this
Territory, and .the interests of Maui
County in particular.
Subject to the approval of the Repub
lican voters of the Third Representative
District, I hcrebv offer myself as a can
didate for the House of Representatives,
and I pledge myself to suport the plat
form of the Republican party in this
(Sd.) J. K. PUU.
James S. Jlchoug,
Republican Candidate for Representative
A sure supporter of the
JAMES S. ACIIONG.
BY COUNTY CLERK.
In compliance with the provisions of Section G, of Act GS, Session
Laws of 15)11, as amended by Section 2, of Act 105, Session Laws o
1911, and any other law or laws of the Territory of Hawaii, enabling 1111;
so to do, notice is hereby given that, unless good cause is shown for not
Kn doinr it. is mv intnntimi m Wndnnarlnv Kimlnmlmr 9. 15)1. 1. In m'.'inn
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from the General (Ollieial) Register of Electors for the County of Maui,
the names and signatures of the electors hereinbelow mentioned for the
reasons hereinbelow given:
Reasons lor Erasure Reasons for Erasure
Names -Precincts Dealh and Remov- Names Precincts Death and Remov
als ol Residence "! ol Residence
6th Removals 20II1 Removals
Kalahcle, Chas " " Kaikiohua, J " "
Kalani, Robt Jr " Keahi, P " "
Kamaihoolewa " " Kuaana, I " "
Kamaka, Chas " '" 2Ist "
Kamaka, Haohaku ' " Kaunakokai
Lahaina, P Ka;ole( Jim .. ,
Namakaokala, K " fith ,)ealh9
tl " Wnihee
I'mineue Kopa " "
Moore, J C ' ' " Kuhio, S M
12th " Kanini, Kaluua " "
Hamakuapoko Kapiko, Sam " "
M S do Polite " " Lomio, Nahiku " "
i3lh ' " 7tl
HmmesU'y.l'eterJ " " Kalani, Opunui " '"
Kahiamoe, Abr " ' Krkaliuua.Kaonohi " "
Kaholokula.'johu 'f "3th "
Kailianu, Kala " " Hca
Kawelau, John " " Kil'", l'''11 " "
Macauley, John " " 7t'
Smylhe, Harry R " " Kipahulu
U , Kahale, S W
Nahiku Kai,ue "
Kahookele.David " Kaluua, P N
Kaiwi.jnojr " " Kapai, Jno A
Pa, Thos K " " '9th
Warner. Wm Le Roy " " ., , , 1 ,aw n
Wright, Pcstus lv " Kalka,a' Sa,,il 1
20th " V
"T Keakawai, S
Hiapo, J " ,
ti t- Kalaupapa
.I,ai',K , Kaaihue.john
Kaauiiioana, J " " , , .
Kalei " "
T"! " Kaluua, Piimoku " "
Kipahulu Kumakau "
Jlroderick.Henry T " ' Kamohoalii, Sol '
Hoewaa ' " " Kmm, WHHe " "
Kauihou, Sam " " Kaohua, K M " "
Taylor, Win W " , JoU
U"'Makia " " Keama.WmN '
19th " Kipi, Moses " !"
Halawa Kiwini, Kaulana " '
Kawaa, John Kaialon.i, David " "
20th Keonaona " "
I'ukoo Mamaulani " "
Dudoit, M " Makahiehie, K " "
Dudoit, A " " Nawaelua " "
Ilae, D K " Pimilio, Abr II " "
Kaahaiiui, P " " Schultse, K " "
Aug. S, 15, 22, 29, 10M.
To the Voters of Maui County,
Hclieving in the principles of the
Republican l'artv, nnd as a member o
the Republican Party, I beg to place 1113
name before you for the nomination as
Tho' coming from Maui's smallest
district. I assure that I shall, if elected,
represent all Maui County in the Senate.
(Sig ) G. i COOKIJ.
HON. P. J. GOODNESS.
I beg to announce that I will be a
Candidate for re-election to the House of
Representatives on the Republican
Ticket at the coining Primary, and
pledge myself to support the Platform of
he Republican Party.
Your obedient servant,
1'. J. GOODNKSS, (Kukaneki)
I hereby announce that I will be a
Candidate for re-election to the House oa
Representatives on the Republican Tick
et at the coming Primary, and tilcdgc
myself to support the Platform of the
JOHN WILCOX, (Wimkoki
OF NAMES OF ELECTORS.
WM. F. KAAH,
County Clerk, of the County of IW ui't.