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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918.
Rules Tfl Govern
In The Churches
Big Structures For Territorial Fair
Will Be Arranged To Aid Exhibit
ors In Securing Effective Display
Honolulu, May 8 Work of erecting
tour hugi structures which will con
tain (he ninin portion of the com
mercial exhibits at the Territorial
Fair, will begin Monday. These edi
fices, 40 test in width and ringing
from 1G0 to 320 feet in length, will be
covered with canvas, affording excel
lent shelter at this period, which is
the dryest season of the year. They
will be located near the grand stand
p.t Kapiolani Park, between the race
course an:l the street car tracks
Herewith is giVen the complete set
of rules fixed by the Fair Commission
to govern all mercantile uisplays
"For the housing of commercial ex
hibits, the Fair Commission will pro
vide buildincs 40 feet, wide and of
lengths varying from ICO to 320 feet
These buildings will be 20 feet high
in the center and 10 feet at the sides,
roofed with canva3 tarpaulins and
floored with rough 1 by 12-inch North
west pine. Should walls bo desired
they must be put up at the expense
of the exhibitors, subject to the ap
proval of the Fair Commission. Posts
16 feet apart will be set at sides and
alone center of buildings.
"Aisles 5 feet wide will run the
lencth of the buildings on both sides
lateral aisles 6 feet wide will be
Dlaced every 32 feet, cutting the build
ings into blocks 2G by 30 feet. These
blocks will be divided into four parts,
each of which will' be 13 by 15 feet,
containing 195 square feet. They
will bo the smallest units of space
sold by the Fair Commission, but ex'
hibitors may dispose of any portion
of their block, at a price per Gquare
foot not to exceed that charged by
the Fair Commission. Aisles ana ex-
hibit space will be laid out by the
Fair Commission and exhibitors
must keep within the limits of the
"The price of the space- within the
Works will be 30 cent3 per square
foot. Exhibitors may close the lateral
aisles between their booths by gam
ing the consent of other exhibitors
bordering on the aisle and upon pay
ment of 20 cents per square foot for
the space gained. The location
of the lateral aisles may also
be changed by the consent of
mav close the lateral aisles between
their booth3 by gaining the consent
of other exhibitors bordering on me
aisle and upon paymen of 20 cents
ner snuare foot for the space gained.
The location of the lateral aisles may
also be changed by the consent of
nil exhibitors on the aisle, without
extra charge. All cort in connection
with, booth arrangements shall be
borne by the exhibitor. Payments
fnr Knnee shall be made to C. H. Wil-
lard. Secretary, Fair Commission of
Hawaii, 304 Kauikeolani building, not
later than May 25.
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Kowland B. Dodge, Minister.
Miss Mary E. Hoffmann, Orgrnist.
Mrs. George N. Weight, Jr., Direc
tor of the Choir.
"Bright Monday" Club Friday after
noon directly after school at the
church Sunday School room.
The reguHr Sunday evening service
will be of especial interest on May
12, it being the occasion of the regular
monthly Union service for the Hawa
iian Board churches of Wailuku.
May 12th is also Mother's Sunday and
the service will be appropriate to the
day. The music will be unusually
fine, since there will be a combined
choir taken from Kaahanianu Church,
and the Japanese, and Chinese
churches as well as the regular Wai
luku Union Church choir. All are
most cordially invited to attend this
service. Each person present will
l)e presented with while flowers in
honor of his or her mother. People
in town having white flowers are nsk-
d to contribute them in so far as
possible, as many will be needed.
MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
A. Craig Bowdish, Minister.
10:00 (Sunday School.
11:00 Morning Service
Kecognizing Mothers' Day. The of
fering is for the mothers of Belgium.
6:45 Christian Endeavor.
6:45 Discussion Club.
New Ballball Star
(Continued from rage One.)
CHURCH OF THE SHEPHERD
Rector, Rev. J. Charles Villiers.
S-unday after Ascension, May 12.
Holy Communion, in the morning,
at 8 o'clock.
Sunday School, at 10 o'clock.
Morning Prayer, and sermon, at 11
A cordial invitation to the tervlces
of this Church is given to all, especial
ly to non-Church goers.
If the opening game is any indi
cation of the class of ball that will
be shown throughout the season, then
Maul is to have some sport. Even
the opening game of the Junior
League, when the Orientals met Paia
Jrs., was a surprise in the class ot
ball played. A little more encourage
ment on the part of the fans of Maul
should result in a most successful
At the next game the Wailuku
heavy hitters will have an opportuni
ty to inspect at close range "the goods
that Puunene is offering through Mr.
Maher as agent for delivery. It la
expected that the battery for this
game will be Maher and Cockett, Bal
and W. Cockett.
The first game will be between the
Orientals and Cubs. In regard to the
Juniorr League which Is announced
for this season, they are Junior in
name more than In spirit, for they
are putting up as high a class or ban
as the seniors. The only object la
to keep the teams more evenly match
ed, and prevent one-sided games as
occured last season. It also assists
in the uncovering and development
of youngsters to take the place of tho
stars of today as they begin to drop.
With the proper encouragement tins
league will also furnish high class
ORIENTAL vs. PAIA
Haiku Farmers Have
Had Wettest And
A record of Hi" rainfall at Haiku
for a period of 20 years, has just been
complied by F. CI. Krniiss, director of
the federal experiment station at Hai
ku, and is of considerable local inter
est. In commenting on the figures,
Mr. Krnuzs says:
"It is interesting to note that dur
ing the short period of settlement by
the homestead colony, both the wet
test year. 102.4.7 inches in lfllt: and
the driest year, 18.09 inches in 191",
were experienced. These extremes of
climatic conditions may well account
for a lame part of the difficult ies ex
perienced by these pioneers in diversi
fied ngriculuire. The average annual
rainfall, based on the twenty year
period is 72.21 inches. If this average
were fairly uniform, it would be con
sidered a very favorable condition for
a wide range of crops under non-
The table, which covers the period
from 1S98 to 1917, inclusive, was com
piled from records of the late D. 1.
Baldwin, Mir.. L. li. A I water, and me
Haiku experiment station, is as fol
1898 G.V1." inches
JEFFREY MFG. CO.'S
Link Belt Chains
Al&arobn tcan, Lima,
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
BE OF GOOD CHEER
(By R?v Jack Charles Villiers.)
On three different occasions our
Lord is reported in tho Gospels to
have used the words: "Be of good
Cheer." Ho probably used them
many other times, for "man of sor
row, though he wan, his soul never
yielded to discouragement.
To the helpless, paralytic, lying on
a mattress, aau carried into me pres
ence of Christ by four friendly bear
ers, in mtinite compassion ana icna-
erness, ho said, as the starting point
in the healing which the paralytic
sought: "Son, be of good cheer, thy
sins be forgiven thee."
We are not told, in so many words,
in tho Gospels the story of the cause
of the man's paralysis. But we are
not left in doubt as to the fact that
his own, personal sin had relation to
it, and we may well believe, from our
Lord's first words to him, tnat nis
craving for healing of tho sou! was
not less than his craving lor healing
of the body. His sins had brought
to him mora than paralysis of the
bodv. They had darkened the lamp
of tho inner life. They had cut him
off from that spiritual fellowship
...t.i. rnA iflinn, ftirti'o la rtn
. , . .... ,11 HU vmu nniiwui i..t. .......
Tlie Fair UOmnilSBlOn Win iuni.au ... ., (,.,, sil.wlinrr hfltin .
In the center of each 13 by 15 feet I s fQr any of ug
hnntii one 200-watt electric lignr, . ty,nt ! 0n,nirg the
with shade, free of cost to the exhib- , . BDirjtI'ai 'union with God
itor. Tho cost ot installing extra . ,,a8ed on r0allty. But sin repented
lights shall be borne by tno exmouor. , , j the paco ln wiiich we
Lights may be kept burning between iy aRain atta!n tne highest bliss of
7 p. m. and 11 P. m. spiritual fellowship with God; the
"No commission will oe cnargea on p,ac0 in w,jCh Christ can ray, and
sales made or orders booked In tneLvui "Son bo of good cheer, thy
commercial section. i-eunams ,a nm fnrrrlven ihee." Let us re-
likc novelties, cigars, soda, ice cream, . . j ana n,aKnjfy the truth that
candies ana ouier couiuuus tu0 infinite love or Christ Dfings me
to be sold in any ot tne comiueiuai , t j npar t0 GoUi fron,
buildings. These shall be sold only ...,. bv sin it n;is i,(pn separated.
by concessionaires. The commercial Gn two occnsjon!, Christ is said to
committee reserves the right to dis- nave ur.pfi (ne words "Be of good
tinguish between legitimate commer- rl,por la soaking to his disciples
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Asam, cf 4110100
Kashinokl, 2b . 3 0 1 0 0 0 3
Shim, If 3100000
Wakayama, c-p 4 1 1 2 4 4 0
Isami, ss 4110221
Aloy, 3b 3010220
Chuck, lb... 3120801
Konishi, rf... 3100001
Alo, p-rf 2000130
Matsumoto, c. 0000500
29 6 7 2 23 11 6
Freltas, cf... 1100200
Fercira, ss... 4021213
Luke, c 4011811
Harrison, lb.. 4100600
Leandro, 3b... 3210010
Wallace, If... 3000000
Thompson, rf. 3110100
Kalauawa, 2b. 2110310
Camara, p. .. 0000100
Semi Young, p 2000010
Martins, cf... 2000100
Mai evbihits and concessions.
it a exnectod that the buildings
for the commercial exhibit will be
ready by May 25. but the Fair Com
iainn will not be responsible for
First, to calm their fears when they
were storm-tossod, and greatly airaia
on the sea of Galilee, he said to them
at the very moment when the suppos
ed themselves deprived of his pies-
anv unforeseen delays which may ex- ..p ot oou cneer, it is I; be
tend this date. Immediately after tho not afraia That seme- suggests to
close of tho Fair, exhibitors must our minas the thought that God in
prepare to remove their exhibits from chl.ist ls neVer far from us, even
v,o hiiildincn. as these will not be ...),rr, fnr nne reason or another, he
Vent standinc longer than June 22.
Tho Vair Commission will main
tain guards on the fair grounds at all
times but will not be responsible for
loss or damage to any exhibit. Ex
hibitors are requested to maintain
their own watchmen, and carry their
own insurance, all of which shall be
at their expense.
. "Before engaging space, prospective
exhibitors are requested to examine
map of fair grounds and plan of build
ings Information may be secured at
the Fair Commission office, 304 Kaui
keolani building, or from any member
of the commercial committee."
RED CROSS ITEMS
Kula Unit .
The Kula Unit made tho following
articles in April:
10 comfort pillows.
94 suits pajamas.
25 hospital shirts.
37 under shirts.
14 pairs under drawers
90 pairs bed tdioes.
The Hamakuapoko Unit sent in the
following articles for the month of
115 under shirts.
88 pairs operating leggins.
54 pairs hospital socks.
63 hot water bag covers.
6 suits pajamas.
8 khaki kit bags.
' lu hankerchiefs.
Haiku , . ,, .
Haiku list for January to April is
105 suits pajamas.
25 pairs socks.
4 pairs bed sock3.
2 pairs wristers.
darnvnts that arc often thought ruined clean LcautiU.lly
if properly cleaned.
Faultless Dry Cleaning
s to -rive satisfaction in cleaning anvlliint; that's drv
1914 102.87 "
1915 7(1.20 "
1917 48.09 "
Aver. 72.24 inches.
ABADIE'S FRSNCH LAUNDRY
Jno. D. Souza, Taia Agent M. Uyeno, Kahului Agent
Jack Linton, Wailuku Agent.
THE LIVE AUCTIONER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
' TIT 'W HIT Tit '11V
28 6 6 2 24 4 4
Kalauawa out coacher interference.
1 2 3-4 5 6 7 8
Oriental Runs. 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 06
Hits. ..0 0 0 3 3 1 0 o 7
Star Runs ... 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 u u
Hits 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 0
Hit of Camara 6, runs 6 in 5 innings;
Semivong 1 hit, 0 runs in 3 innings.
Alo 5 hits, 6 runs in 6 innings; Waka
yama 1 hit, 0 run in 2 innings.
Struck out by Camara i, bemiyong a.
Alo 4, Wakayama 5. Base on ia;i
Camara 1. Alo 3. Two base hit Ka
shinokl. Sacrifice hits Camara, Wal
lace, Kashinoki, Alo. Time, 1:30.
Umpire, Geo. H. Cummings. bcorer,
seems to be, to our minds, very far
iwav. Difficult as it is for us tu tnniK
so at the time, he is never hearer to
us than he is in what we speak of as
'the darker dispensations of "God's
providence; those times when we
have not faith io believe that "all
things work together for good to thee
ho love Gou." If we Hail nut lain
to work and wait, and keep our souls
in patience we should learn to,
"Judge not the Lord by feeble
Rut trust Him for Hi3 grace.
Blind unbelief is sure to err,
And scan His work in vain.
Again our Lord on the night before
His crucifixion, in closing his address
to his disciples in the upper room
said: "In the world ye shall have
tribulation: but be of good cheer; I
have overcome the world." The
emphatic words in that message are
those in which Christ gives us the
assurance of his victory over all the
forces that oppose him. There are
men and women not a few, who, in
these dark and troublous timen, specu
late in the most pessimistic way as
to the future of the Christian faith.
They talk and act as if Christ, and
the Church, was doomed to utter and
ignominious failure, and as if some
new and improved method of saving
l he owrld must be discovered or in
vented. As Eonmeono puts It, the
millenium is to come by education,
and enlightenment, by means of sani
tation and social purity, of moral
training and self-improvement an
evolution of civilization on a secular
basis, in which Christ and his Church
are conspicuously absent. The world
will never be saved, and the millenium
will never come in any such way, be
cause it is lacking in the redeeming
power essential to salvation. You
may believe it or not, but it Is a
truth that the war Is to a great ex
lent theoutcomo of an exaggerated be
lief in salvation by evolution and ef-
TUUNENB vs. PAIA
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Nakamura, 2b. 4101311
Kaumaheiwa, rf 5110000
Dutro. ss.... 5110111
Kaahawanui, lb 4110400
Haake, If 4 110 10 0
Cockett, c.... 5 0 1 0 16 1 3
Hansen, cf... 4000000
Wakayama, 3b 3000100
Maher, p 4130131
38 6 8 1 27 G 6
Sitra, rf 4 1 0 0 0 0 0
Kong, cf 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Rocha, lb.... 3010600
Kaleo, c.... 4210 15 01
Robinson, ss.. 4100041
Yemoto, 2b-3b .4 1 2 0 2 1 1
Barrows, 3b-p . 3 0 0 0 2 1 0
! Carreira, Jf ... 3 0 0 0 1 0 0,
1 Kuglya, p-2b ..3 0 0 0 0 2 1
Coming To Maui
The wizardry of Horace Goldin, ma
gician, conjitrer njnd illusionist, do-
spite its baffling nature, is among the
most interesting and entertaining
theatrical events which has ever been
offered to the Maul public. Goblin's
merit lies principally in the speed
nd "pep" he puts into this work.
Whether it be catching live fish from
out in the house to shooting nails
through the body of his assistant or
causing such things as a real women
and pianos and even a tiger to vanish
into tho air right under your very
eyes, Goldin works with rapid fire
thoroughness and bewilders by the
speed with which ho converts some-
hing out of nothing or vice versa.
Goldin has a bon vivant assistant in
Miss Barbar Babington, a delightfully
chic and entertaining comedienne,
whose dainty songs are a decided as
set to the performance.
As fast as the eye can travel Gol-
din's fingers and arms and brain
ravel faster. He is a replica of Her
mann and the rest of the pristine
troupe or magicians whose feats star
tled the world a quarter of a century
ago. He will appear at tho Wailuku
Orpheum on the 18th and 20th, of
this month. Advt.
32 5 4 0 27 8
Runs 00005001 0-6
Hits 02103101 0-8
Paia Runs ..000100301
Hits... 00001010 2-4
Hit of Kugiya 7, runs 5 in 6 innings;
hit of Barrows 1, run 1 in 3 innings
Momo run, Maher. Struck out by Ma
her 15. Kugiya 8, Barrows 7. Base on
balls by Maher 2, Kiguya 2, Harrows
2. Left on base, Puunene 8, Paia
Time. 1:40. Umpire, Geo. II. Cum
mings. Scorer, Wm. McGerrow.
ficiency. Men everywhere, now they
are coming to their sob-senses, are
admitting that before the war tin
civilized world had so come to in
carnate the idea of salvation by se
cular and materials progress as to
make the teachings of Christ, and
especially his spiritual teachings, of
no movement whatsoever. Slowly wo
are learning that we were going as
tray, and putting our trust in a brok
en, reed. Before the war ends, or af
ter It Is ended, we shall, I hope learn
more vitally than we have, as yet
that the only power that can save
the world from decay and destine
tion, is not secular, and material, but
tho the truth as it is in Jesus. The
hope of the world is in Jesus Christ
and in Him alone. "Wherefore God
also highly exalted Him, and gavt
Hun a name which is above every
name, that in the name of Jesus ev
ery knee should bow, and every
tongue should confess that Jesus
Christ is Lord, to the glory of the
THIS BANK IS FULLY AXP WELL EQUIPPED
TO HANDLE EVERY PHASE OF
Insurance in all Branches
Domestic and Foreign Exchange
Stocks, Bonds and Securities
BANK OF MAUI, Ltd.
WAILUKU LAM AIN A PAIA
OF SALE OF
At 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday, June
th. 1918, at the front door of the
Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H..
there will be sold at public auction
under Section 380 of the Revised
Laws ot Hawaii of 1915, a general
lease to the following described fish
Kapaakea, Kamiloloa, Kakakupaiu
md Kawela I'ish Ponds, situate on
the Island of Molokai, together with
such rights-of-way as may bo neces
sary to insure ingress and egress to
and from the ponds; term of lease.
20 years from July 1st, 1918; upset
rental, o0. per annum, payable semi
annually in advance.
The purchaser shall bo required to
pend not less than $500. per year
during the first 10 years of the lease
in repairing and rehabilitating the
said ponds, and shall be required to
put up a bond in the sum of f500.
which shall bo satisfactory to the
Commissioner of Public Lands, to in
sure such expenditure. Said improve
ments shall start within 90 days from
the date of the lease, or the rental
and bond shall bo forfeited.
The purchaser shall pay the cost
For maps and further information,
apply at the olllco of the Commission
er of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. II.
WALTER A. EXCLE,
Acting Commissioner of
Dated at Honolulu,
May 7th, 1918.
(May 10, 24, June 1, 14.)
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White Canvas Pumps
TURN SOLE A X I ) LOW HEEL
OUR XO. C-3-10.
A SHOE IS CHEAP OR EXPEXSI YE
JUST AS IT C.I YES YOU I.OXC. WEAR.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co,, Ltd.
1051 Fort Street : : IIOXOLULU.
The First Drawing in the
HAIKU HOMESTEAD FOR SALE
Lot No. 23, containing 43 acres of
pineapple or cane and taro land. A
nine-room house, furniture, large
stable, 6000 gallons water tanks, gulch
water and pasturage, taro kuleaua,
redwood pott cattle-proof fences,
fertile soil, attractive home-site. For
particulars write Stanley Livingston,
co Hawaiian Trust Co., Honolulu.
0& frs -d-
Will Take Place May 15, 1918
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