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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1917.
Program Planned For The
Coming Teachers' Meeting
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Last Day's Session
Of The Supervisors
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In The Churches
10:05 Work of the Alexander House
Settlement In connection with the
school playground, by Mr. L. II.
10:15 Moral Education In the Public
Schools, by Mies Hill.
10:30 Recess. Inspection of the
10:35 Instrumental Music.
11:00 Solo, by Mrs. L. C. Jones.
11 10-D'scipline, by Mr. Geo. S. Ray
mond. 11:25 Equipment and Illustrative
Matter in Relation 'to Story
Work, by Mr. BenJ. O. Wist.
11:40 First Grade Story Work. The
Best Method of Teaching It. Its
Dramatization, by Miss Lurene
11:55 Summary for Teaching En
glish, p. 29 of the "Revisions for
Course of Study." Is It Practical
and Effective?, by Mibs Mary E.
12:10 Questions and Answers.
Teachers will be given an oppor
tunity to ask quest'ons (or they
may send them to the Program
Committee, unsigned, if they
prefer) and they will be subject
to open discussion.
12:30 Remarks, by Mr. D. C. Lind
say. Business Meeting.
Song "The Sar-Spangled Banner",
Note: Leaders will be warned when
they have used all but three minutes
of their time allotments.
If you were a war widow, with the
alternat've of work or starvation con
fronting you, and you had a baby to
care for which made it imposs'bb; to
work away from home, wouldn t you
be grateful if somebody should start
a day nursery where your baby would
be safe and comfortable all day while
vou were at work? That is what Is
being done In Belgium and that is why
the children here on Maul are going
to present "The Birds' Christmas
Carol" to raise money to help the
good cause along.
If you are at all interested Ui re
lief work for the war sufferers you
should be especially interested in any
work undertaken for the benefit of
the children the most innocent of
all tho victims of this cruel war. It
is hoped that these day nurseries may
be established in all of the principal
towns and thereby help the Belgian
mothers to help themselves, which
is all they ask.
The performance is to be given on
the evening of December 14th, at the
Valley Isle Theater. Advt.
atus, otherwise it would be absoluetly
necessary to take the entire fire
eng'ne business out of the hands of
the fire department and put it Into
the hands of someone who would
render the county efficient services
for the money received. This motion
was seconded by Mr. Drumniond and
carried. The clerk was Instructed tJ
inform the fir; department of the nc-
tion of the board.
The ordinance prohibiting the ped
dling of Ash and other marine pro
ducts and vegetables within a radius
of one mile from the Wailuku market,
passed first reading.
The resolution relative to the turn
ing over to the county for use as a
recreation ground the Mokuhinia
swamp, at Lahaina, was adopted.
Mr. Fleming moved that the coun
ty auditor, treasurer and attorney en
ter into negotiations with the Terri
tory for the purchase of $35,500 of
loan fund bonds for the construction
and lining of the Oliiula reservoir.
Motion seconded by Mr. Cockett and
Mr. Drumniond was delegated to
lake up with the high sheriff, when
In Honolulu, the matter of a jailor
at the Kula lookup.
The clerk was instructed to write
to each district overseer instructing
them to deduct poll taxes from each
road laborer and make rem'ttance to
the county auditor.
The district overseer of Makawao
was instructed to construct a parapet
wall on the old retaining wall at Wai-
Mr. West appeared before the board
to ascerta'n why his bill of $550 for
expert services rendered in testing
scales in 1914 had not been paid. Sher
iff Crowell and John Garcia were call
ed before the board in Ill's matter and
there was considerable discussion,
but no definite act'on taken.
Meeting adjourned at 5:30, subject
to the call of the chair.
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Rowland B. Dodge, Minister
Mrs. George N. Weight, Jr., Direc
tor of the Choir.
Miss Mary E. Hoffmann, Organist.
Service 7:30, Sunday evening. The
minister will preach.
Organ Recital, 7:30 preceding the
Adult Bible Class, wh'ch is study
ing "The History and Literature of
the Old Testament," under the lead
ership of Miss Gertrude B. Judd,
meets at 6:15 on Sunday evening.
The regular Sunday School session
9:45 to 10:35, Sunday morning.
Red Cross Class meets Wednesday
afternoon at 3:30.
"Bright Monday" Club Friday after
noon directly after school at the
church Sunday School rooms. Evening
Club for High School pupils meets
at the homes of the pupils Friday
To the services of this church
every one is most cordially invited.
CHURCH OF THE
Rector, Rev. J. Charles VilPers.
24th. Sunday after Trinity, Novcm
er 18th. Holy Communion, in the
morning at 8 o'clock. Sunday school
at. 10 o'clock.
Morning Prayers, and Sermon, at 11
o'clock. This service will be a mem
orial service for the late Queen Ll-
liuokalan1., a communicant of the
Visitors are cordially invited to the
services of this Church.
Death Of The Queen
The following formal announce
ment of the death of Queen L'liuoka
lani was Issued on Sunday:
It becomes my melancholy duty to
announce the death of Her Majesty,
Lllluokalanl, of Hawaii, which sad
event occurred at Washington Flnce,
Honolulu, on the morning of Novem
ber 11, 1917, at 8:30 o'clock.
The body will lie in state at Kawa
iahao Church until Saturday night
when It will be removed to the Throne
Room of the Capitol, where the ob
sequies will be held on Sunday,
November 18, 1917.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Her Majesty's Private Secretary.
Governor Expresses Sorrow
It is with profound sadness the
Governor of Hawaii announces the
death of Her Majesty, Ex-Queen Lili
uokalani, the last reigning monarch
of the Hawaiian Islands.
I have been a witness of some of
her sorrows. I have found her tend
er and k'nd to her own race.thought
ful and helpful to others and a valu
ed and appreciative friend. Her last
days had been devoted to aiding the
Red Cross work with marked sym
pathy and liberal financial assistance.
Her Majesty has linked more
strongly than ever, the Hawaiian and
American races, who will join each
other In paying their respects In this
her final rest.
May all the people of Hawaii join
in these last ceremonies.
The Hawaiian and American flags
on public buildings will be at half-
mast during the time of the lying
in state and proper military guards
will perform their duty.
LUCIUS E. PINKHAM,
Governor of Hawai1.
Honolulu, November 11, 1917.
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our careful and I M M B
I DIATB attention.
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KAHULUI UNION CHURCH
Ellis E. Pleasant, Min'ster.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Public Worship 7:30 P. M.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Ladies' Aid will be held In the Com
munity House next Tuesday afternoon.
Kahului Railroad Co.'s
Is Lost Off Rihei
How Our Soldiers
Sailed For Camp
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hospital detachment; 61 men and one
officer of Company G, Puunene, and
the battaltion commander.
The remainder of the Puuwne
company and the Pala company reach
ed Kahului shortly before noon
stacked arms and waited the rest of
the day. In the afternoon the Puu
nene band appeared and rendered the
spec'al military program previously
prepared. About 5 o'clock the Clau
dine was sighted. In the evening a
big crowd of people assembled on the
wharf to see the soldier boys off
The band reappeared and discoursed
patriotic a'rs until near the sailing
of the steamer, which was at 10
The troops sailing by the Mauna
Loa reached Honolulu in the late af
ternoon of Sunday and camped that
night on the Capitol grounds. They
went by an early tra'o the next morn
ing to Camp Lllluokalanl. The Clau
dine reached the city at sunrise Mon
day; the men breakfasted in town and
then marched to the train for the
The Advertiser the next morning
"When the Maui companies ar
rived in camp, every Filipino whose
hair was long enough to wave in the
breeze 'got a military clipping much
shorter than Samson's. Ice cream
cones made their fast disappearance
and infantry drill set in severely dur
ing the entire day. Taken as a whole it
was a fair Baniple of what days in
camp are going to mean for the next
LOST One pair tortoise shell specta
cles and one pa!r eye glasses. Re
turn to Maul News office. Reward.
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time to turn around and start back.
Then the engine died. Thomas there
upon jumped Into the water and swam
to the relief of his relative, but be
fore he reached the place Charles
sank and was not seen again, al
though the boat cruised- around nnd
over the spot for sometime.
This was about 3 o'clock, and the
accident was reported to the police
about 7 that night. Early Sunday
morning Police Officer Wilson, Oyagi,
sampan owner, and a crew of Japan
ese together with other volunteer
sampans, cruised around the place for
an hour and a half but could find
nothing. About 9 o'clock, after the
miin caiiimn had returned. the
searchers saw two large sharks near
the spot of the drowning, moving to
ward Kihei, and the belief was that
they had devoured the body. The
same crews returned Sunday after
noon and made a further search, but
Statements taken by the Sheriff in
dicate that the drowning was acci
dental, there being no indications of
A Dancing Class
Mr. Arthur Snyder, of Kahului, will,
instruct a dancing class at the Maui
Hotel, begining Friday, November 23,
at 8:15 o'clock. There will be four
lessons on successive Fridays. Fur
ther information may be had of Mr.
Field, at the hotel, or of Mr. Snyder,
MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
Rev. A. Craig Bowdlsh, Minister.
10:00 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning Services
"A Christian If" is the sermon
MR. BOWDISH'S SERMON
"Our Skyline" was the sermon
toDic at the Makawao Union Church
on Sunday morning. The Rev. A.
Craig Bowdish referred to Peter's
vision at Joppa before he was called
to confer with Cornelius. Peter rea
lized as never before that "God is
no respecter of person", but He is
of character and the christian Bpirit.
Here Peter pushed back the horizon
of his life until he could see the good
in a Roman if he was a man of real
worth. On the basis of this faith In
the worth of each individual we have
our conception of democracy.
The conflict today between democ
racy and autocracy is a world con
flict as to which idea shall be
Today there Is a far reaching rea
lignment in relationship between in
dividuals, families, races and natons
over this Question. Each man and wo
man needs to push back his horizon
until his view of life corresponds
with Christianity's vision.
The evening Vespers was given
over to the singing of familiar hymns
and responsive readings. The pastor
gave a short talk on the efficient
mind and snirit which require con
centration, or the close look; breadth,
liberality, or the wide look; know
ledge of consequences, or the tar
look, and the high look which steadies
and inspires through the knowledge
and association of God.
Mrs. George Steele was at the
MEMORIAL TO QUEEN
A memorial service in honor of the
Queen, Liliuokalani will lie held Sun,
dav mornng at the usual hour at the
iKaahumanu Church, Wailuku. Every
one cordially invited.
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POUND MASTER'S DESCRIPTION
OF ESTRAYS AND NOTICE OF
On the 13lh day of November 1917,
upon the written application of
the animals hereinbelow
more fully described were Impounded
and registered as estrays at the Coun
ty Pound, located at KaUia, District
of Wailuku, County of Maui, the num
ber, description, and brand of which
estrays are as follows:
1 (one) bay horse, bobtailed, white
face, white stocking on the right hind
leg and branded on the left hind
Notice is hereby given that if the
owner of said estray does not, on or
before the day and the hour herein
below fixed for the sale thereof, make
claim thereto, and also pay all pound
fees, charges of advertising and noti
fying, damages due and expenses of
driving, connected and having to do
with the impounding of said animal.
the same will be sold at public auction
to the highest biUder, at the County
Pound, located at Kalua, District of
Wailuku. County of Maui, on Satur
day, the 1st, day of December, 1917,
at 12 o'clock noon, all as by law required.
e 1 ypes.
Both Ferrule and Knife Blad
A Large Stock Available for Immediate
Delivery. Further Inquiries Solicited.
"Congratulate me, Freddy.
Last IClCUUUllCa VOd UllU tUlL
night your sister promised to marry
"Oh she promised mother she'd
marry you long ago." Life.
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