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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1917.
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In The Churches j
MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
Rev. A. Craig Dowdish, Minister.
Sunday, November 4th.
10:00 Sunday school.
11:00 Services Theme "The
Yeast of Our 20th, Century Life."
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Rowland B. Do1kp, Minister.
Miss Mary E. Hoffmann, Organist.
Service 7:30, Sunday evening. Sub
ject: "Luther's Contribution to the
World's rrogress", by Rev. Rowland
B. Dodge, minister. .
Organ Recital, 7:30, preceding the
Adult Bible Class, which is study
ing the authorship and composition of
the Hexateuch under the leadership
of Miss Gertrude B. Judd, meets at
6:15 on Sunday evening.
The regular Sunday School session
9:45 to 10:35, Sunday morning.
Wailuku Union Sunday School Red
Cross class Wednesday afternoon, at
"Bright Monday" Club Friday after
noon at about 2:15.
be bold in the churches, throughout
the t'nited States ,on Sunday, Oct.
28th, such services were held, on that
day, in the Church of the Good Shep
herd, Wailuku. These services were
led by Bishop Restarick, who happen
ed with the congregation that day, to
visit it, and to confirm a number of
candidates (thirteen in all) for com
municant relationship with the church,
ten of whom, Korean adults, were
confirmed at the service of Holy Com
munion, in the early morning, at 8
o'clock, and three young lads, mem
bers of the Sunday school, at the lat
er service of Morning Trayer.
At this service a special order was
used. This order, which was quite
comprehensive and included prayers
for our own, and for the Allied nations;
for loyalty to the cause of righteous
freedom; for the army and navy, for
the marine corps, and for the mer
chant marine; for doctors, nurses,
drivers of ambulances; for airmen,
and nil others in hazardous service.
The men in training, and in camp.those
who bear the burden and heat of the
day, and those who suffer in silence,
at home, together with all prisoners,
captives, and wounded, were reiiiei.''-
CHURCH OF THE
Rector, Rev. J. Charles Villiers.
Sunday, November 4th, 22nd Sun
day after Trinity.
The services will be as usual, Holy
Communion, at 8 A. M. Morning
service at 11, at which the Rector
will preach on "Repentance and Re
conciliation". A cordial invitation to
The Sunday School meets in the
Parish house, In the morning at 10
o'clock, and to It young people are invited.
KAHULUI UNION CHURCH
Ellis E. Pleasant, Minister.
Sunday November 4, a service com
memorative of the 400th, anniversary
of the Protestant Reformation will be
held at the usual evening hour, 7:30.
A duet by Mr. William Hoopii and
Mr. Pleasant will be sung.
Sunday-school session at the regular
hour 10.00 a. m.
The Ladies' Aid will hold a
rummage sale in the Community
HouBe all day Saturday, November 10.
services In honor of the day of prayer
appointed by the President. The new
ly organized choir sang "America,
the Beaut irul." The sermon dealt
with present conditions in democracy.
The text was "And He Made of one
blood all Nations." Rev. Mr. Dodge,
the minister quoted from the patriotic
speeches of Washington, Lincoln at
Gcttsburg and Wilson's famous reasons
for America's entry into the world
war. He then briefly defined some
of the outstanding characteristics of
tle spirit of democracy, and said we
were in the midst of great dangers,
declaring that leading thinkers all
over the world were saying that the
great future success of democracy
must be along the lines of a spiritual
and moral dexelopment. A success
ful democracy must avoid a centraliz
ed efficiency in place of an emphasis
upon personal values. Military effi
ciency and reliance upon the same
for the future permanence of the
state must be especially avoided.
Materialism must also be frowned up
on, and we must not make the mis
take England has made in allowing
her school system to suffer because of
war times, and the need of labor. The
bered. Enemies, too, were prayed for survival of the strong at the expense
The Makawao Union church last
Sunday observed the 400th, anniver
sary of Martin Luther's protest
against the errors of his time. There
was special music and a special pro
gram. The Rev. A. Craig Bowdish
spoke briefly on Luther's sturdy
Christian courage and perseverance,
centering his thought around Luther's
rallying cry of "The righteous shall
live by faith."
PRAYERS FOR VICTORY
The day of prayer appointed by
President Wilson for the success of
American Arms in the present war
was observed in the services at Ka
hului Union church last Sunday even
ing. The choir sang the beautiful anthem
"Blessed Redeemer," Mrs. Rattray
taking the solo.
The sermon was from the seventh
Beatitude in a series of sermons on
the teaching of Jesus in the Sermon
on the Mount.
SERMON LAST SUNDAY
In accordance with the proclamation
of President Wilson that services of
prayer for victory and peace should
in this petition: I
O Father of every nation, give to
our enemies the freedom which Thou
hast given us; deliever them from
rulers who exercise lordship, forget
ting that they are servants of all;
and grant them to see with joy the
coming of the day wherein they and
we shall be brethren together under
one Master, Jesus Christ. Amen."
The closing prayers were for unity,
for peace-for a just peace, offered in
"O Lord God Almighty, whose Son
Jesus Christ, Who though the Prince
of Peace, drove out with cords the de
filers of the temple, we pray Thee
that the present warfare may in Thine
own good time bring to us and to all
nations the blessings of a just and
lasting peace. We pray for the vic
tory of right over might, so that this
struggle may end in the extension of
Thy Kingdom and the union of all
Nations in Thy faith and fear and
love, all of which we ask In the name
of Jesus Christ, our blessed Lord
The sermon of Bishop Restarick
was one in which emphasis was put
on the need for a more vital recogni
tion by people of the claims of Christ
to their loyal and willing-hearted ser
vice, inaitierence to nis claim, ine
Bishop said, had obtained to such a
degree, in the past few years, in both
England and America, as to make
many people neither fear sin nor the
evil effects of it. Particularly was
this true of what is known as "the
social evil," so that it has come about
according to medical testimony, that
the percentage of those who are vic
tims, either directly or indirectly,
through their own folly or that of
others, is such as to put a moral peo
ple to shame. With the knowledge
of conditions which the U. S. govern
ment has.the re is little wonder that
it stands four square to all the winds
that blow, in favor of things con
ducive to a clean body and a clean
mind, for the soldier boy, both in the
camp, and in its vicinity.
The sermon was a strong plea for
national morality, and for recognition
of the fact that the best dynamic for
morality the nation has is the religion
of Jesus Christ. The large congrega
tion listened to the sermon with quite
but visible interest.
A PATRIOTIC PROGRAM
At the Wailuku Union Church on
Sunday evening a large audience was
present to participate in the patriotic
of the weak must not become a
tenet of the new internationalism that
democracy is bringing into being. A
contagious spiritual ideal must be re
lied upon rather than force in the
future successful democracy. The
supreme test of a free government is
the test that Edith Cavell submitted
to herself when she said she had laid
aside all hatred and all bitterness.
In other words the test today is the
test of human brotherhood. It is the
only guarantee of success in demo
cracy. When the nations can live at
peace understanding one another, then
the liberties of the world shall be
Weekly Market Letter
Honolulu, Ocotober 27 The Divi
sion has received a shipment of Is
lands butter this week which is very
good and selling for sixty cents a
pound retail. This is the first ship
ment of Islands butter we have re
ceived since the middle of August.
The price of eggs has advanced and
I hey are very scarce. Tne price of
Islands poultry has also advanced.
Islands as well as imported corn
has dropped a little in price during
the past week, also the price of im
ported cracked corn, barley, and oats.
Papains have advanced three-fourths
of a cent a pound while pineapples
and bananas have remained the same.
The Division is receiving shipments
of fresh asparagus each day from
Pearl City, which we are retailing for
fifteen cents a pound.
There are still no Islands Irish pota
toes or local onions in the market;
those being sold are from California.
Sweet potatoes are selling about as
usual with a slight increase In price.
O. B. LIGIITFOOT, Superintendent.
All persons are hereby warned
against buying, selling or dealing in
Keawe or Algaroba Beans, gathered or
picked up in the premises or pastures
of the H. C. & S. Co. without due
authority from the said company.
Persons found disregarding this
warning will be dealt with by due
process of law.
II. C. & S. Co.,
F. F. BALDWIN,
(Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov.)
Gamblers On Molokai
Thirty-three gamblers arrested on
the island of Molokai will be tried in
the district court at Kaunakakai to
day. They have engaged H. R. Hitch
cock to defend them, indicating that
they will make a fight. Deputy Sher
iff Nakaleka will prosecute.
In Hana Court
To Whom It May Concern!
On and after November 2nd, I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted in my name without my writ
MANUEL G. RODRIGUES.
(Nov. 2, 9, 16.)
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
Judge Howard Palakiko has been
absent from Hana this week and in
the meanwhile a bunch of six cases
have accumulated there for trial.
One of them is assault and battery,
another threatening, a third adultery
and three are minor.
FOR SALE Saddle horse with saddle
and bridle. $75. E. E. Boyuni,
The quarantine placed on the Is
land of Maui by Rule XII of the Divi
sion of Animal Industry, approved on
June 13, 1917, which forbade the ship
ping of animals from Maui, is hereby
lifted with the exception that a per
mit must be obtaned from the Deputy
Territorial Veterinarian for the ship
ment of animals from infected areas
on Maui. The other provisions con
tained in said rule are no longer in
Board of Commissioners of Agricul
ture and Forestry.
Honolulu, October 29, 1917.
At 10 o'clock A. M., Monday, Nov
ember 26th, 1917, at the office of Mr.
W. O. Aiken, Sub-Agent, Paia, Maui
there will be sold at public auction the
following Government lot.
Government lot at Walohuli-Keo-
kea, Kula, Maui, known as the Chin
ese Cemetery Lot, containing an area
of 4.60 acres, more or less. Upset
For maps and further information
apply at the olllce of Mr. W. O. Aiken
Sub Agent, or at the office of the Com
missioner of Public Lands, Capitol
Building, Honolulu, T. H.
B. G. RIVEN BURGH,
Commissioner of Public Lands
Dated at Honolulu, October 17th,
(Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
In the Matter of the Estate of
George E. Miner, late of Wailuku
Petition of J. Garcia, Administrator
of the above Estate for Approval
of Accounts, Distribution and
IT IS ORDERED, that Thursday,
tiie fith day of December, A. D. 1917,
at 10:00 o'clock A. M., be and the
same is hereby appointed for hearing
said Petition, in the Court Room of
this Court, in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii.
Wailuku, October 23rd, 1917.
V. C. SCHOENBERG, Clerk.
W. F. CROCKETT,
Attorney for Administrator.
(Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16.)
THE LIVE AUCTION ER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
ELECTRIC GENE RATI XG,
T RANSFORMI X G A X D
AETERNATI XG CURR EXT.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Offices and Store
BANK OF MAUI
showing condition at the close of business September 29th, 1917.
ASSETS, owned by the Bank
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $ 534,211.30
This represents loans and advances to
customers o the Bank.
Cash on Hand and in Bank 196,740.96
Actual gold and silver coin and Sight Ex
change on correspondent Banks.
Bonds and Securities 2S2.561.59
This is practically our secondary reserve, for
the protection of our depositors, consisting
principally of high grade. Territorial, Railroad
and Industrial Bonds.
Real listate and Banking Premises 17,600.00
Actually owned by the Bank, located at Wai
luku, Lahaina and l'aia.
Furniture and Fixtures 7,431.02
Contained in the Main Bank at Wailuku and
its branches at Eahaina and Paia.
Representing the valuation of the Bank's
equity in the Lease upon its Wailuku property.
Total Resources $1 ,039,409.87
Capital Stock Paid In $ 150,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 22,437.09
The Bank and its Branches has total deposits,
net, as above.
Total Liability $1,039,469.87
Territory of Hawaii )
Island and County of Maui ) b
1, C. D. LUEKIX, Vice-President and Manager of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Vice-President and Manager.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of October,
A. D. 1917.
ENOS VINCENT, Notary Public.
Hae You Ever Heard of the Hawaiian Foundation?
IT IS A TRUST ORGANIZED FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE COMMUNITY.
SOME PEOPLE HAVE NO ONE TO WHOM THEY CARE TO LEAVE THEIR PROPERTY.
OTHERS DO NOT KNOW TO WHOM THEY SHOULD LEAVE THEIR PROPERTY SO THAT TIIE INCOME SHOULD DO THE MOST GOOD.
THE HAWAIIAN FOUNDATION WILL USE THE INCOME DERIVED FROM THE MONIES LEFT TO IT FOR EDUCATIONAL, CHARITABLE, AND
OR FOR ANY PARTICULAR TURrOSE WHICH YOU DESIRE.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED WRITE US AND WE WILL SEND YOU A BOOKLET ON THIS SUBJECT.
awaiian Trast Company, Limited
Honolulu, T. II.
(CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER $450,000.)
Stock and Bond Department Real Estate Department Insurance Department Safe Deposit Vaults
, ... Authorized by Law to act lis Executors, Trustees, Administrators and Guardians.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
E. D. TENNBY, President
J. R. CALT, Treasurer
C. II. COOKE, Vice-President GEO. R. CARTER, 2nd Vice-President
II. II. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer S. G. WILDER, Secretary
F. C. ATIIERTOX, Director
R. B. AXDERSOX, Director
C. II. ATIIERTOX, Director