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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JAN. 0. 1013
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ITiilllpiN E EMj About A
Before a congirgatJoir composed of! is something
member of nearly every church inl'h? imagination, which stirs the
the ritv nrul mr.nv hn va ' DIOOG. - WHICH inijuencfs
r.rr-r inn i ith onv rtna rknr.N I ' J3ID, WHICH W1H3
mrr.thly meeting of the Inter-hurtn
Federation ww held in the Bijou
maire last evening. rnere was
our approval and
app.ause. Lut there- is a type of!
hercssm which is higher than this.
There i? a type of chivalry which is.
hardly a seat vacant in the large the-1 lofUtr ",ndu ho!ier than ttu- 1 rt';r
atre and those connected with the
to moral heroism.
tr i . i i .
Federation are inclined' to believe nV , "asu a as unjerrated
that the meeting last evening proved 211(1 "nrvalued the true grandeur of
the practical success of their under- ral heroism. God forbid that we
taking ' should make this sad mistake in life.
Following the Ringing of several"' Yieri 'e thiRk ?f het:sm' are
well-selected numbers try the choir of !j aptr. to asolate " win battle
the Central Union Church. Rev. II. El- 1lV9' n;es' Js Hn;j r:ols- Ia lhe
mer Smith delivered the address of r?idsi. ,cf, ich ,fome ae :'aS dis"
the evening choosing for his subject ""Sed himself by unusuai cour--The
Man for the Hour." and taking fje ad devotlon- want to tell
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WHOLESOME AND NUTRITIOUS I U f M J I
as his text: "Watch ye. stand fast
in the faith, quit you like men, be
strong," I Corinthians, 16:13. Mr.
Smith er.rtlra in nor "oc filMi-a
My heart has been profoundly ?Z tZt. u'ul"
jou of a more sublime courage and
uf a higher type of heroism fjan this.
Net Theories, But Life.
'"The grcstept need of the times is
stirred as I have read with deep in
terest the history of the achieve
ments of the ancient knights. Their
r.bt multiplied organizations, not ec
clesiastical machinery, not beautiful
theories, but noble lives, true liearts
and strong arms. Arise, O Christian
tireless vigilance, their' sublime faith. ththXoH LIV
t.f iT.Hnmlt.hlo rrtrnr ..nH knighthood in thy strength, they
sterling character hav7 appealed to with exalted
true manhood to erry age In the ff:"? f ?
text orthirnouT e We a message ?X?SLnli e.S 5? ' tU
from a gallant knight of the firet Itv SJf t? ?hi aT,w
century. had earned his knight- 552; .SI!ir f t 7d,
hood on many a moral battlefield in 13 DOt dead- Qu,t
many hotly tcontented ' battles. He 7 "Ti mm,f ;rtP tho vnr 0 fl .
.A . The man for the no::r Las a final
was Dreem&ently a man for the hour .attc.., ... .
gives a very vivid picture of the type fo!? SSf I. S strong
of man flemanded 'Cor Ahat day and 'H7.!.
generation. And the type of man de- ,
Paul's dav-ls thp samp p? " t 6"aui, iu
iMib taj is me same 83 aits orrj .
roanded Xor JPauT
Is ' t!emaded for ouV day.
have a strong faith and to te heroic.
Now le tells them to he gooG, noble.
pure and strong in character. This
The first cnaractef istic Oi the man s,..,. ... , , . ,
,- ,t k 4.. is a flrting climax to this wonderful
is' vi'gilahc 'Thfe'l clearly express
ed fn the words, 'Watch ye.' Paul
gave this 'admonition5 to the Chris-
"It has been said: 'The great need
at this hour is manly men. We want
tians in Corinth in view of the pe- nuch of it We want men who wS
BQfx'ouJideJJ thent AnWent Corinth wh believe in God. and who will
lhe, world kt the" time tuese words Cf,.4. r.
were uttered. The ChrlsUan con- .....
terts 'were in danger: of becoming ,.rnMnrr,a .M,11n!:,
nrrriTt hv thoir attrf nun rlln era Qr . 6
battles victoriously without a- strong,
he- warns them .tcPb'e" watchful to noMe chiracter.
Keep wiue aane. to T18un lo "A KghthOifse swept from a poor
SlS te ?) rd1,dUty-, foundation ia a fitting symooi of the
"TTifs Is a military metaphor and ntlt,ri mn without ?W it maw
!eJlifJ!fr. " Saril.du.2: Pride himself on his own strength
Ui IUC nn1 ottainrnhnro Un mov hAnof n
his strong arm, his bright eye, his
watching' for the approach
enemy. - Paul would1' have these
tjrifetlan men in Corinth watch with dear Draln hls ral power. But
if lt88 reQU red,f BOme day a terrific storm will sweep
a-tetlnel who guards a sleeping down upon h!m He wiII faI, In bu8i.
a C 8t emP5asd Uie, ?CT ness heaIth will be shattered, a dear
50rVigUanC? t11,116 exclaJmed: one will be torn from him, disaster
-What;I say .unto you. I say unto all , -,m 0Vertake him, the king of all
j i x- earthly terrors will jjome to claim
.ld ChraIcteJT lst,c: , . Wm. .When these storms rush upon
"The second characteristic of the him ln all their fu and gtrengtu tuey.
man for the -hour as suggested by our wll, 8Weep away t.poo, weaX foun.
text, is a study of faith. This is daUon which , he has been building
dearly expressed . ln the wds, eud wm ieaye hlm & stranded wreck
Stand fast to the .fai th Paul thus on tfo 8noreS of tinie
tirges theser Corinthian Christians o, order :to have this exalted type
have atirm faith in God to maintain of manhbodi we mu8t combine vigi
Ohristian truth and to adhere to the lan faltn heroism and cnaracter
doctrines of the gospel with unwavWe will then De abje t0 out8trip the
ertor constancy. . " tk 'eagle in its flight. We will soar from
"They were surrounded by heathen Ui0ra, nelgnt to moral QeI Bt uhtn one
arts, false teachers and fake doc- d we wll, Btaad tne eternal
lines.- Amid these trying surround- he, M Christian knighthood will
DV8 tll-UIEeibem hn1, n fIrmthen have Its glorious and blessed
ly to their" Confidence in God consummation. The king will say.
t "In ascending the Alps, the trav- .Tnoug haa been vigilant thou hast
eler passes through different regions hada llvin faJth tnou hast
of vegetation First comes the vine, herclc on ,Ife.g battlefieid. thou hast
thenthe fruit trees then the stately po8se8sed the priceless jewel of a
forest trees, then the stunted pines gpotIe88 character. Enter thou into
then the dwarf trees and mosses and the s f the
at last he reaches the region of eter-
'Until then, let me urge you to
pal snow. But almost on the very .Watchf Btand' fast in the faith, quit
iu ui lue muuiinuu, iwwi you llke men be 8trong..
flower is oftimes seen peeping through ( t mm
the snow. It is said tha the travel-
ers are profoundly stirred at such an I LATA FALLS FAST
unusual 4 sight. There amid eternal!
snow It blooms, .cheerfully - and TECHNOLOGY STATION, Jan. 4.
sweetly. Since December 28 the lava in Hale-
"Thls flower is a fitting symbol of maumau crater has fallen steadily,
sturdy faith; it grapples with adverse with a total depression of probably
conditions and masters them,; it sur- thirty feet and showing no Immediate
m bunts tremendous difficulties and signs of ending, making a cavernous
tramples them under foot ' with a pit with nearly vertical walls and
shout of victory; it ascends Tieroic sluggishly-glowing lava at the bottom,
heights; it laughs at seeming impos- The levels to date are approximately
sibilities and cries, 'It shall be done.' as follows:
It bids defiance to opposition and Dec. 26, 5:30 p. m., below N. W.
sweeps all barriers into the depths of station, 372 feet.
the sea; it blooms amid the cold, Dec. 28, 10:30 a. m., below N. W.
"bleak storms of life; it lifts its head station, 370 feet.
in beauty and triumph amid life's Dec." 31, 3 p. m., belowe N. station,
eternal snows. 388 feet.
Knightly Chivalry. . I Jan. 2, 3 p. ni., below N. station,
"Another characteristic of the man 395 feet,
for the hour, as sugested by our text-,
Is chivalry. This 13 clearly expressed
in the world: 'Quit you like men.'-
"This expression means to he man
ly or brave, to not be cowardly, or
timid, or alarmed at enemies; but to
be thoroughly courageous. A simi
lar phrase In common use is, 'be a
man,' or 'show yourself a man.'
MULDOON In Honolulu, Jan. .",
1913, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Muldoon, a
As a result of Christmas celebra
tions 200 patients were received at the
"We all admire a brave act. There hospitals in Atlanta. Ga.
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REHEARSALS START S
' TOR 'THE TOURIST'
The members ot the local amateur
company which will J present1' 'The
Tourist" in Honolulu during the
Carnival week, will hold another re
hearsal tomorrow evening In the
Kilonana Club rooms at half-past
seven o'clock. Beginning with to
morrow night, there will be re
hearsals every Tuesday and Friday
evening until the time of the initial
'That the success of performances
of this kind depends upon ' thorough
rehearsal is Ge opinion of stage man
ager;; p. ' W. Douthitt,' and that those
who ; take part In these plays ! hsnally
efijby-1 the w rehearsals" oricV- they :areN
Btarted. Mr. Douthitt also believes
that another reason for special inter
est Is thai those connected with' the
play are helping a ' good public cause,
as they are co-operating with the
Carnival and Floral Parade organiza
tions - in making the week of the
festival a huge success.
The last manuscript of the oper
etta was turned 'over to Dr. Douthitt
yesterday and he Is delighted with it.
The twenty or more songs, he says,
are bound to make a hit at once and
the music is up to the standard of the
songs. There is also some? clever
dialogue Interspersed with a light
plot and many a josh on some of the
prominent citizens of Honolulu. There
will be about forty people In the en
tire company. ." ,
General Villa, known as "The Fox"
in Mexico, and who was captured not
long ago while ' fighting Orozco, the
rebel leader, sawed his way out of
prison and escaped.
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HAWAIIAN LODGE No. 21, F.&A.M.
THERE WILL BE A STATED
meeting cf Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 in
Masonic Temple, at half-past seven
THIS (Monday) EVENING, January
(J, li13. for
TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS.
Membeis cf Honolulu Lodge No.
4't!), F. & A. M., and Oceanic Lodge
No. :571. F. & A. M., and all sojjurn
int; brethren are asked to attend.
Bv order W. M.
K. Ii. G. WALLACE.
ADJOURNED SPECIAL STOCK
HOLDERS MEETING HAWAIIAN
TOBACCO PLANTATION, LIMITED.
Full Line of
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Notice is hereby given that an al
joiirned Special Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Hawaiian Tobacco
Plantation, Limited, will ;e Iield in
thp office of Messrs. Thompson, Wild
er. Watson & Lymer, Campbell Block,
corner of Merchant & Fort Streets,
Honolulu, on Saturday, the 11th day
of January, 1913, at the hour of 1
o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of de
vising ways and means for the con
tinuance of the Company's busines.-.;
and for the transaction of such otli'-ri
business as may properly come be-
fore the meeting.
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Secretary Hawaiian Tobacco Plant i
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