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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 19U
Complete Program as Arranged For
Opening New Church.
Thuro will bo several interesting
days' program at tho new Wailuku
Union Church, beginning on Satur
day, January 20th. At 3 o'clock
th'at afternoon many churches will
bo represented by pastor and dele
gate, and a large number of indivi
duals have been invited to hold an
ecclesiastical council for tho theolo
gical examination of Rev. R, B.
Dodge, preparatory to the installa
tion services that are to bo hold in
connection with the dedication of
of the new church on Sunday. To
this council any may come, who
wish, but those invited are to take
part in the proceedings.
On Sunday at three in tho after
noon, the exorcises of dedication will
take place. At the same service, tho
new deacon and deaconesses elected
to serve tho church will bo installed,
tho childron of tho parish baptized,
ami several now members received
into the communion of the church.
The dedicatory sermon will be
preached by tho Rev. D. Scudder,
D. D., pastor of the Central Union
Church of Honolulu. Tho dedica-
catory hymn for tho occasion was
written by the Rev. C G. Burnham.
It will bo sung for tho first time
that afternoon as tho people tako
part in the dedication of tho new
The minister, trustees and other
officers of the church take pleasure
in inviting the public to these exer
cises. They make this announce'
merit through tho Maui News, be
cause no printed private invitations
will be sent out.
On Sunday evening, at 7:30, the
church invites tho Hawaiian. Chi
nose and Japanese congregations of
Wailuku and vicinity, and all
others who wish to do so to unite in
a union service of praise and prayer.
The speakers of the evening who
will make short addresses in the
various languages wjll bcthoso from
away, who come for tho services of
installation and dedication. All are
On Monday evening, at 7:30, the
Rev. R. E. Smith, pastor of tho
First Methodist Church of Hono
lulu will deliver his popular lecture
on Philosophy of the Hustler.
For some years before making his
.residence in Honolulu, -Mr. Smith
traveled extensively throughout the
Eastern and Middle States deliver
ing lectures before churches, public
gatherings and the famous Chautau
qua assemblies. He was in great
demand. Whenever heard ho was
wanted again. Mr. W. L. David
son, tho Vice-President of the Nat
ional Chautauqua Association writes
of his interesting manner, his pleas
ing voice and forceful delivery. Tho
Daily. Transcript of Holyoke, Mass.,
says of his lecture delivered in that
city, Mr. Smith delighted the audi
enco at tho the First Methodist
Church last evening. Mr. Smith is
an unusually interesting speaker,
having the power of holding his
hearers in the closest attention from
start to finish. Expressions of satis
faction and enjoyment were heard
from all fortunate enough to hear
Several Maui people have listened
to Mr. Smith in Honolulu, and
many more have heard him preach,
while he was here last August. All
who" have onco heard him expect to
hear him again on Monday evening.
It is an interesting fact that a lec
turo of this kind has not been de
livered on Maui for ten years. Tho
prico of tho tickets was placed by
the church at fifty cents each, for
tho express purposo of enabling all
to come. The entire proceeds of tho
lecture Mr. Smith has kindly offer
ed to allow to be devoted to the cost
of the ejection of the now organ,
which, as many know, is to be the
gift of tho Niiui Aid Association, in
memory of tho first, and as long as
he lived, tho only President of the
Association.' Mr. Baldwin was also
an early member of tho Wailuku
On Tuesday morning, at 1) o'clock
tho monthly ministers' school will
be held in tho new church. To this
school the public is invited. The
work of tho day bo considerably
varied from the program. Those
who are visiting Maui will bo asked
to take part. Tho work that differ
ent members of tho school have been
giving in tho past will bo put into
permanent shape on the multigraph
that has been secured for tho office
of tho Maui Aid Association. Rev.
Mr. Burnham of Lahaina, is ex
pected to give his work in sermon
plans. Rev. Dr. Scudder has been
asked to present to the Maui minis
ters his views on the question of tho
duty of ministers on tho divorce
question which has been such an in
teresting and vital subject for dis
cussion on the mainland.
How Australia Won
Full details of tho international
tennis matches for the Davis Cup,
played New Year's Day and the
day following in New Zealand are
contained in the Coast papers which
arrived this week. The full scores
indicate that the American team,
which left here with such high
hopes of lifting the cup, suffered a
worse defeat oven than tho brief
cable reports published here stated.
In the first day's play Norman
E. Brooks, captain of the Australian
team, defeated Wright, G-4, 2-G,
6-3, G-3. Larned's showing against
Rod Heath was' even more disap
pointing to American sympathizers.
Heath won three out of four sets,
as follows: 2-G, G-l, 7-5, G-2.
The weather was excellent' and
the attendance was large.
The original lineup of the men
appears to have been changed for
somo reason. It was intended to
play Larned against Brooks and
McLoughlin against Heath and to
reserve Wright for the doubles.
This- was tho order in which they
should have played according to
their performances during the past
two seasons, as both Larned and
McLoughlin havo shown superiority
over Wright at the singles game,
while as a doubles player ho excels
either of them. i
The greatest blow to American
tennis exports comes in tho news of
the defeat of W. A. Larned, the
American national champion, byR.
W. Heath of Melbourne. Larned
has been looked on as nearly invin
cible, while Heath, in a long season
of tournament play this year in
England, never oven reached within
striking distanco of any of the Eng
lish international players, who were
all defeated at New York in Septem
ber by both Larned and McLough
lin. On January 2 tho Australian ten
nis champions completed their suc
cessful defense of tho Davis interna
tional lawn tennis cup by defeating
the Americans in tho-doubles match.
Tho Australian team consisted of
Norman E. Brooks and A. W- Dun
lop. They won from Beals C.
Wright and Mauciro E. McLough
lin as follows: G-4, 5-7, 7-5, 6-4.
Admiral George Dewey, has cele
brated tho seventy-fourth anniver
sary of his birth. Twelve years
after all other naval officers are by
law retired from active service tho
Admiral was as busy at his desk as
ho had ever been. Ho received a
few old friends at his home, among
tho callors being President Taft and
Tho Admiral believes tho secret
of good health to bo congenial em
ployment. Ilis admirers accept
this theory, for his walk is as brisk,
his handclasp as firm and his ener
gy as abundant as that of a man
many years younger. Ho appears
in his office promptly at 9 o'clock
and plunges into his work.
At intervalb ho is interrupted to
receive tho greetings and oongratu-
in i iiWTffraMgwT3M m a
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed Administrator of the
Estate of KIIIEI MASUDA, deceas
ed, hereby gives notice to all cre
ditors to present their claims duly
authenticated, and with proper
vouchers, if any exist, to the under
signed, at his office, in the Court
House, at Wailuku, County of Maui,
within six months from tho date of
tho first publication of this notice,
said date being the- lGth day Dec
ember, 1911, or tho same will bo
WM.'B. CHILLING WORTH,
Administrator of the Estate of
Kihei Masuda, deceased.
Dee. ,10, 23, 30, Jan. (i, 13.
lations of almost all the senior offi
cers of tho Navy and Army, and
then again ho laid asido official
papers to scan some telegram or
letter of birthday greeting.
With his desk clear soon after
noon, Admiral Dewey repaired to
his home to dino in company with
a few chosen guests, and his last
word upon departure was an assu
rance that be would head tho lino
of naval ollicers that would pass in
review bofore President Taft at tho
New Year's reception at tho White
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OP HAWAII.
EMILA WELAKAILI KAAIMOKU, '
I.ibellant, vs. WILLIAM KAAIMOKU,
'Libellee, Libel for Divorce. No. 330.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
To WILLIAM KAAIMOKU.Libellee.
You are hereby notified that the above
entitled suit, the same being for a divorce
from you on the grounds of desertion
and non-support, and is now pending in '
the above entitled Court, and that the
same will be heard and determined on
Wednesday, the 7U1 day March, 1912, at '
10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, or
us auuu wiereuuer us may ue, uy me
Judge of said Court, at Chambers.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 20th day
of December, A. D. 191 1.
(Seal) (Sd.) EDMUND II. HART,
JOHN W. KALUA,
Attorney for Libellant. ,
Dec. 30, 1911. Jnu 6, 13, 20, 27, Feb. 1912
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Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in.
vited to attend.
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