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THE MAU NEWS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1913.
mi mm MOURNS
)F LOVED AD LEARNED MAN
C In the- dci.tli of Itcv. Albert Blod
'f,ptt Wcymoutli, M. I), of Laliaina,
. Irui people lust one of tlicir ablest
olars, ami I law.iii lost one its
st respected clergyman. Oftlic
pjlJ i.-vv 1 r 111 JKUtiUl IHF JlfiVI
'.. linglish-ppcaktng congregations,
Weymouth was the oldest. For
e than twelve years he had been
eident of Iihaiua, and for over
J. yir.s the pastor of the Church
i the Holy Innocents.
if Dr. Weymouth was horn in Chel
ta, Mass., March IStli, 1S39, and
iwas the only child of Dr. Avrelius
1j. and Mary Anstia Weymouth. He
was a direct descendant of Captain
George Weymouth, who sailed from
Dartmouth in Devonshire, England,
and made discoveries on the coast
of Maine a3 early as 1G05, and set
up a cross on the island of Monhc
gan. IMS CAREER.
Dr. Weymouth began his educa
tional career in the grammar and
high schools of Medford, Mass.
lie next spent four year years in
the famous Boston Latin School,
then four years in Harvard, which
graduated him with honors and
with the customary academic degree
of achelor of Arts. Later Harvard
anu Acadia University, in Nova
Scotia, honored him with the higher
egree of Master of Arts. Three
years were next spent 111 niemcai
schools. lie received from New
York University and IJowdoiu Col
lege in Maine the degree of Doctor
of Medicine. He was n member of
the historical societies of Maine and
of Wisconsin, and for several years
was a Fellow of the Iloyul Horticul
tural Society of London, Eng.
For nearly fifteen years, Dr.
Weymouth practised medicine in
Boston and vicinity. In that city
also he was engaged for a time in
journalistic work. After removing to
California in October 1S87 he seems
to have given up his practise of
medicine, and devoted his time to
journalistic work. For several years
he was on the staff of a prominent
Los Angeles daily paper.
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Or. Weymouth's work in the
Church began in 1SIKJ at the age of
51, when he was appointed lay
reader. For fourteen months he
was a city missionary in San Fran
cisco and in 189G was admitted to
Holy Orders by Bishop Johnson in
Los Angeles in which city he was
immediately on duty at the pro-
cathedral, later in Vermon and then
Ilia life in these Islands began in
December 1900. After bis arrival
in Honolulu he assisted for two
months in St. Andrew's Cathedral
After this experience, on February
19th, 1901, he was sent to Lahaina
to minister to this Church on Maui.
The next year he was honored by
being appointed canon of St. An
drew's, which oflice on account of
ill health he resigned in 1907. In
190G, with monetary assistance from
a cousin, ho visited the lioiy Dana
This has been one of the desires of
his life. All his friends were de
lighted that he was able to take
this triD. From Palestine he con
tinued the journey around the world.
Always a careful student, Dr,
Weymouth was even up to the time
of his death an incessant reader.
The latest books he eagerly devour
ed, and had the happy habit of
loaning them to his friends o
were interested in the same subjects
that attracted him. Remarkably
broad in his views he read the books
of all religions, and was able to
learnedly discuss the latest move
ments in thought. Occult mysteries
and psychical research also parti
cularly attracted his attention. He
contributed several articles to the
Journal of the Society for Psychical
Research a society that has em
braced some of the greatest minds
of his age. He wrote also for
Light'' a weekly paper published
111 London, ihe Doctor was re
garded as an authority in Masonry
and he himself was a Knight Tern
plar and was a Mason of the thirty
second degree of the Scottish Rite
He had always a very keen interest
in the Maui Lodge of Masons, and
was present at the meetings when
ever it was possible for him to come
over. It was a token of the higl
regard with which he was held that
forty Masons attended his funeral
NEARIMG THE EIND.
On Friday and Saturday Dr.Wey
mouth had not been feeling quite as
well as usual. Close friends had
noticed that during the last few
weeks he did not seem as strong as
usual, so when lie began to show
signs of great fatigue on Saturday,
which seemed to increase, no one
was greatly surprised. The news
of his weakness had not spread
about Lahaina much until Sunday
when he was absent from the ser
vices he always attended. He had
spent Saturday night night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Gannon, where lie was always a
most welcome guest. They per
suaded him to remain over Sunday.
On Monday Dr. Hurt was called,
and he gave some little medicine to
the patient. Nothing much could
be done. On Monday afternoon he
began to fail rapidly. Word was
sent to those whom he desired to see
and to other mends whom he was
too weak to mention, that his con
dition was critical. The peaceful
end ol a long and ustlul lite came
at nine-thirty on Monday evening
Dr. Weymouth had given minute
directions as to what he wanted
done, and these wishes were follow
ed out most carefully. The funeral
wa8 first from the house, where a
brief Scripture lesson was read by
the rector of the Church of the Holy
Innocents, Rev. John Knox Rodel.
Prayer was then 0 tiered by Rev.
Rowland 15. Dodge, who had known
the deceased longer than any other
Maui minister. John E. Gannon,
Arthur Waal, George Freeland,
Charles 13. Cockett, Alfred N. Ilay
selden and Richard P.' Hose then
bore the body to the Church, where
the full Episcopal service was read
by the rector. Thohyins sung were
Dr. Weymouth's favorites: ''Ten
thousand times ten thousand?"
"Angels of Jesus" and "He Leadeth
Me.'' The procession then reforin-
d, lead by Company L, which was
in charge of Win. Kaluakini, first
lieutenant, and Win. Searle Second
.lieutenant. Then came the body,
the choir of the Church, Revs.
Bodel, Rowdish and Dodge, the
Masonic procession in charge of
Marshall George Weight, and the
friends and people of Lahaina. The
vestrymen of the Church of the
Jood Shepherd of Wailuku were in
attendance both at the Church and
in the procession; Charles I). Luf-
kin, James N. K. Keola, L- M.
Baldwin and Edmund H. Hart.
Dr. Weymouth had officiated at
various times in Wailuku and was
known to all the people of Maui.
At the grave, the Church commit
tal service was read, this was fol
lowed by the full Masonic burial
service read by Worshipful Master
Wren W. Westcoat and other ofli-
cers. the people all joined in the
hymn "Abide With Me." Com
pany L fired a volley and sounded
taps in honor of military career of
the deceased in the Civil War.
Dr. Weymouth had no immediate
relatives to mourn his departuie.
A distant cousin alone survives him.
1 hough alone as far as family ties
were concerned he had the rare and
happy faculty of living in the lives
of his friends of whom he had
host. Wherever he went he was
cordially welcome. Everyone re
spected the quiet courtly gentleman
everyone loved him. All Maui
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C. H. COOKE, president R. A WADSWORTH, vice-president
D- H. CASE. 2ND VICE-PRESIDENT C D . LU F K I N , C ASH I ER M A N OE R
JOAQUIN GARCIA, assistant cashier
Cash & Due from Banks
Real Estate Owned
Hanking House and Fixtures.
Five Percent Fund
Statement of Condition June SO, 1913
t'Hpitnl Stock Jt 35,000 00
Surplus & Profits 44,95869
I)ie to Other Banks 4,58909
Circulation 24,997 50
Dividends I'npaid 2, loo 00
Deposits 322,230 25
Loans & Discounts f23..W.i '6
t" nited States Bonds 2.S" 00
he lived here so
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OI- THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of SUKE
SABURO YAMASAKI, late of Paia,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
The undersigned having been appoint
ed Administrator of the Estate of Suke
saburo Yamasaki, deceased, lute of Paia,
Maui, T. II. hereby gives notice 10 all
creditors of the said deceased to present
their claims, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers, if any exist, even
if the claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to him either at bis residence
or place of business at Paia, Maui, T. H.
within six mouths from the date of the
first publication hereof, or within six
months from the day they fall due, or if
not so presented they shall be forever
barred, and payment thereof shall not
Dated at Taia, Maui, Oct. II, I913.
F. P. ROSECRANS,
Administrator of the Estate of Sukesa-
buro Yamasaki, Deceased.
Attorney for Administrator,
Oct. 11, 18, 25, Nov. I, 8.
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. H. & A. M
.Stated meetings will be held at
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Siturdav ninht of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
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W. V. W'KSCOATT, R. W..M.
II. K. DUNCAN,
James C. Toss, Jr.,
Civil engineer Jt Surveyor.
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