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THE PACIFIC COniEIlCIAIi; ADVERTISER HONOIiUIiTJ, JUNE 4, 1894.
I'i" I! 3
THE SECRET OF IT.
Thk Wild Max of Borxko How is it the Two-Headed Girl seems to get
along without any trouble ?
1karded Lady Well, she doesn't mix with other freaks much. She prefers
to associate with herself. Puck.
NEWS FROM MAUI.
SIX RUNS TO TWO.
The Latest Doings of the People
of That Island.
Maui, June 2. The Maui poet
wouljl sing (if he exists) of the dust,
dust, dust! that blow?, blows, blows,
In the spring, tra la. The red powder
pf Maui roadi. combined with the
fcttOhg winds and intense heat of the
dry season makes tlie traveling of
them a bitter punishment and pleas-ure-juuting
a vanity of ' vanities. A
sure test of an ultra-serene bouI and
abnormally happy disposition is a
trip through the by-ways and wire
fences of Spreckelsville at the present
moment. Kabikinui, that wonderful
pasture-land of the island, is as dry as
tinder; the caterpillars and the
drought have destroyed all vegetation,
and uuless raiu comes soon many of
the best cattle of Maui will perish, so
one of the ranch-owners reports.
During Sunday, the 27th of last
xnoQth, the sacred celebration of
Corpus Christi" atWailuku was wit
nessed by a large throng of people.
An early train from Paia pulled eleven
or twelve heavily laden cars into
Maui's leading burg.
The ceremonies of the occasion took
place at the Cat nolle Mission, and the
religious procession visited the
cnurch, buryiug ground and hospital.
During Monday afternoon, the 28th
of May, Mrs. H. G. Alexander gave a
'high tea'' to the ladies of Makawao.
E. Helekuuihi, Esq., of Haiku was
formally installed as District Magis
trate of Wailuku during May 31st.
He takes W. H. Daniels' position,
whose two years' term of office has
recently expired. Judge Helekunibi
is one of few Maui lawyers who has
favored the annexation movement.
During May 31st five members of
the Wailuku police force were dis
missed for failing to subscribe to the
required oath. It is reported that for
the same reason quite a number of
other Maul policemen will to lose
their present occupation just as f-oon
as suitable men to take their places
can be obtained.
A crater party of tourists from Cali
fornia, five la ies and two gentlemen,
visited the Palace of the Sun yester
day hi the early morning hours. They
return to Houolulu today.
During the 1st iust. several suits
were brought agaiust delinquent tax
payers, in the Makawao Police Court.
A certain Kaleihuia of Kula in de
fense stated that this Government had
no right to collect taxes, and there
fore he had rerusea to pay mem.
Judges Copp said he had no ruling
whatever to make as to the right of
existence ot the present Government,
but according to law the gentleman
Inspector General A. T. Atkinson is
in Wailuku district on his summer
Tax-Assessor C. H. Dickey has re
cently returned from Haua district. On
his way over he passed through the
crater, was belated ami was compelled
to camp for one night and endure the
cold of 10.0S0 feet altitude without
blaukets. He was entertained at the
Kaupo coffee plantation of Mr. Har
nett, at Manager Gjerd rum's of Haua,
and at Charles Gray's, who is tempo
rarily stopping at Keauae. He en
tered suit at Hana Court against J. P.
Sylva, his late deputy, who was
bound over to the jury at Wailuku on
the charge f embezzlement.
During Kamehameha Day, June
11th, six native Sunday schools of
Maui, extending from Kahakuloa to
Kanaio, will hold a convention at
Pookela Church, Makawao. They
will have a luau, ami they expect that
an unusually successful gathering will
If the signs of the times are read
correctly TUakawao District will soon
be filled with summer guests (summer
girls and summer women, etc.)
The Kaluanui Tennis? uiuo uem
their first meeting of the present sea
son last Saturday afternoon.
The Makawao Polo Club as yet
hows little signs of life, though the
school children in the vicinity of the
polo grounds are fierce in their enthu
siasm for "hockey," or as they call it,
Ou Maui'there are quite a number
of baseball clubs three in Wailuku,
two in Makawao and two in Lahaina.
They should form an inter-district
league and play a schedule of games.
No shipping news this week no
vessel has entered or departed from
Weather warm, with some tiny
sprays of moisture along the coast.
The Hawaii's Defeat the Crescent's
on Saturday Afternoon.
The base ball game on Saturday
between the Hawaii's and the
Crescents will be remembered for
two thiDgs-the length of time it
took to play it and the entire qniet
which prevailed. The absence of
the Kamebemeba "sboutera" may
account for the latter, as the yonng
6ters took a day off to be in good
trim for next Saturday. A young
man named Wood was put in the
box for the Crescents in place of the
regular pitcher. Wood may not be
the greatest pitcher on eartb, but he
succeeded in unloading curves
enough to hold the Hawaiis down to
six hits besides striking out five
men. He is a humorous looking fel
low and has a property smile that
would be worth a fortune if he
adopted the minstrel stage, as a
means of livelihood.
Ahia pitched for the Hawaiis. He
was batted freely but the men at his
back gave bim good support. H.
Wilder and Pryce caught for the
Crescents and Hawaiis. Both had
an off day as three passed balls are
recorded against tbem. The gnme
as a whole was uninterestiog owii'g
to the many errors made by the
The following is the official score:
NAMES. AC R. BII.O. A. E.
Willis, 1 b .......... 5 3 3 11 3 0
Hart, s. s 5 2 2 1 4 0
Thompson, 2 b... 4 112 5 0
Pryce, c 4 0 0 7 0 2
Holt, E., 1. f 4 0 0 1 0 0
Clark, 3 b... .. 4 0 0 3 2 0
Ahia, p.... 4 0 0 0 5 1
Kaae, c. f 4 0 0 1 1 0
Rosa, r. f. 4.00100
Total .. 33 6 6 27 20 3
NAMES. AB. IS. BII.O. A. E.
Wilder, s. s 4 0 2 1 2 1
Wood, p .. 4 0 1 2 6 0
Holt, C , 1. f. 4 112 0 1
McNicol.r. f. 4 0 3 1 0 1
Kequa, c. f 4 0 0 2 0 1
Angus, 2 b 4 0 3 1 3 0
Wilder, H, c 4 0 0 8 2 0
Ross, 3 b 4 0 113 4
Lucas, W., 1 b 4 119 12
Total .. 36 2 12 27 17 11
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Hawaiis .....1 0 200300 06
Crescents ..0 001 1000 02
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For ninety da3's from date we will sell lots on special terms favorable to bona
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For further particulars, call at thi3 office or on any of the lumber dealers in
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cent per mile. Thn rates on all other passenger trair.s running daring the day
or night will be 1 cents per mile first clats, and 1 cent per mile second class.
A pood school is about to be opened in the Peninsula, in the hne, large, now
school-house erected bv Mr. J. T. Waterhou.se. Residents living at Pearl City
heights, above Pearl City station and those having homes on the Peninsula,
will he allowed to rule free on regular trains between Pearl City ntations
to and from the Peninsula.
Those who, want to continue to send their children to schools in Honolulu,
can have transportation on all regular trains to and from Pearl City, for the
purpose of attHLdmg school at five cents each way for each pupil. This is equal
to 24 to 26 miles rid for ten cents.
Equal inducements for those desiring fo secure homes in this country have
never before been offered to the public.
Thin Company ha been requested from abroad to came the price of all their un
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bhoald a clearance sale be made to a syndicate, no opportunity like the pres
ent would airain occur for tbe purchase of homes at Pearl City.
A word to the wise is sumcient."
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3683 B. F. Dillingham, General Manager.
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The World's Fair Judges gave Vose & Sons' Pianos the
Highest Award over all other competitors.
fully warranted for 5 years
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lor Catalogue and Prices.
Time of game 1 hour 50 minutes.
Bases on bulls by Ahia 2. Struck
out by Ahia 2; by Wood 5. J,eft
on bases:' Hawaiis 5; Crescent 7.
Paassed balls: Pryce 3; Wilder, H.. 3.
Hit by pitched ball, Rosa. Balk, by
Ahia 1. Umpires, H. M. Whitney,
Jr., and J. Winter. Scorer, W. J.
NOTES OP THE GAME.
McNicol had the hard luck to die at
the home plate three ti mes. He made
a valinnt etTiit to
score, but the fates
were against him.
When are the
Crescents to win
their tiist game?
The game was
one of the slowest
of the season, and
one that gave the
lovers of the s?xrt
that tired feeling
MtXIeol making hi a1(j lltarly put
l,st and final dash thpm fltHn
for home tchich he m,, , 1
-...z. jr-,.,,. The absence
The Gunboat Bennington arrived
at Mare Island on May 12th.
an in stan taneous
phoogmph. tocnooi Miouiers was
a pleasant relief to the spectators.
Willis, of the Hawaiis, distinguished
himself. He made three runs out of
The parlors of the Arlington
Hotel wtre prettily decorated i.n
Saturday evening with Hags and
flowers. T. E. Krouse, the owner
of the hotel, received a vote of
thanks for his kindness.
awaiian News Company
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