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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917.
In The Churches
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CHURCH OF THE
Roctor, Rev. J. Charles Villlers.
First Sunday after Advent. No. 25.
The usual order of services will be
held. Holy Communion, in the morn
Ins at 8 o'clock. Morning Frayer,
at 11 o'clock.
The Sunday School hour Is 10 a. m.
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Rowland U. Dodge, Minister.
Mrs. Oeorge N. Weight, Jr., Direc
tor of the Choir.
M'ss Mary K. Hoffmann, Organist.
Services 7:30 Sunday evening. The
Minister will preach.
Organ Recital, 7:30 preceding the
TntM after the holidays. Miss Judd's
Bible Class on Sunday evenings will
The regular Sunday School session
9:4!) 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. Even
ing Club for High School pupils meets
at the homes of the pupils Friday
To the services of this church
every one s most cordially invited.
MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
A. Craig Bowdish, Minister.
10:00 Sunday School
Adult Bible Class led by Trot. W.
11:00 Morning Service
"The Value of a Man."
Dr. Wm. Henry Fry will preach.
PRE-TH ANKSGI VING SERMON
"The Spirit of Thanksgiving" was
the central thought last Sunday morn
ing at the Makawao Union Church.
The minister said in part that thanks
giv'ng is a very important virtue, but
is an acquired one. This virtue is the
flowering of a well developed life.
It was little known or used until
Jesus brought, taught and lived it.
It is one of the strong tendencies
of human life to take benefits for
granted and soon accept blessungs as
a matter of course or as the result
of one's own personal effort, though
these are only partially within the in
dividual's control. Thanksgiving recog
nizes God and acknowledges benefits
Judge McKay Wins
Suit Against Him
News arrived from Honolulu by
wireless Friday evening that Judge
Kemp had decided the complant
against Judge McKay, of Wailuku, in
favor of the defendant. The Hono
luulu Star-Bulletin published the fol
lowing statement in regard to the de
In a decision handed down this
morning Circuit Judge Kemp finds for
the defendant in the case of K. Akat
suka against W:iliam McKay, district
magistrate of Wailuku, Maui. The
suit was for the recovery of alleged
damages of $15,000.
It was the contention of the plaintiff
that he had pleaded not guilty to a
charge which had been brought
against him, but that the records of
Judge McKay's court had been alter
ed to show that he had entered a plea
of guilty. The decision by Judge Kemp
'a on the ground that Akatsuka had
been duly arraigned and that the
court coiild find nothing in the evi
dence to show that he had not enter
ed a plea of guilty.
Attorneys for Akatsuka have noted
exceptions to the decision.
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Weekly Market Letter
The general condition of the mar
ket is about the same as last week.
The Division received large shipments
of corn and beans from Maul. The
corn sold for $70.00 to $72.00 a ton,
wh'ch Is an incrense over last week's
prices. Troducers having any corn on
hand should ship it to the market as
the demand Is good.
The beans have been selling a lit
tle better this week. Most of the
island beans for sale. Customers
should insist that they be given is
land beans and in this way help to
move the island bean crop which is
the largest that has been raised for
A shipment, of very good cabbage
was received from Hawaii which
found a ready market. We expect
another shipment in by next Friday's
Island oranges are more plentiful
than they have been for a long time
There has been no change in the
egg and poultry market. Kggs re
maining at eighty" cents wholesale
and most of them are sold before they
reach the market O. II. LIGHT
FOOT, Acting Superintendent.
The Wailuku Hardware & Grocery
Company is well stocked this yenr
w:th toys and other Christmas goods,
which will be sold at lowest market
prices. They cordially invite Maui
people to inspect their large showing
and suggest that selections be made
before the Christmas rush comes on.
CATHOLIC LADIES AID SOCIETY ANNUAL FAIR WILL
BE HELD AT THE WAILUKU GYMNASIUM
Saturday, Dec. 1st, 1917
DANCE-Puunene Band in Attendance
BENEFIT CHURCH BUILDING FUND.
Many beautiful articles suitable for Christmas Frescnts, etc.
REMEMBER THE DATE December 1st, 1917.
Given by the Finance Committee
Maui Women's Food Conservation Commission
Saturday Evening, Dec. 1st, 1917
Puunene Club House.
Mary Hoffmann's Orchestra.
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