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occupied the pulpit of the Lihue Union
church, speaking to a congregation of
over a hundred. This address was
based on the Bible passage from Luke
2, dealing with the boyhood of Jesus.
The following verse indicated the four
sided development of the Ideal man
which the Y. M. C. A. program aim3
to develop: "And Jesus increased in
wisdom (intellectual) and stature
(physical) and In favor with God
(spiritual) and man (social)." Mr.
Robinson held the deep attention of
the Lihue people for fifty minutes as
he described vividly the four types of
hunger of the normal child.
Near the close of the address the
speaker showed from two large charts
the plan of the Y. M. C. A. Christian
Citizenship training program which
seeks to provide proper satisfaction of
the natural hunger of boyhood for all
round development. lie explained
that this was a "program" and not an
organization. It can be used with
equal success in a boy scout troop, a
Sunday school class, or other existing
groups of boys.
On Sunday evening Mr. Robinson
presented substantially the same mat
ter at the union service held in the
Hawaiian church, Waimea.
Monday afternoon he addressed a
meeting of plantation luuas and wel
fare workers arranged by Mr. Dam
kroger at Makaweli.
Fifty employees of the Hawaiian
Sugar Company including 1 u n a s,
nurses, teachers and welfare workers
attended this meeting. Mr. Robinson
spoke on the value of attention to the
human lenient iu industry, drawing
illustrations from prominent industries
and commercial concerns on the main
laud. Makaweli was convinced as to
the authority of the speaker on this
subject and received his suggestions
with characteristic enthusiasm.
At eight p. m. Mr. Robinson address
ed an audience of forty prominent Li
hue people at the Mokihana Club. Tak
ing for his subject "The Community
and the Boy," the speaker traced the
dominent influences bearing on boy
life in successive stages. He gave
many illustrations of the idealism of
boys of all classes. He laid particular
emphasis on the importance of at
tention to the working boy of whom
there are 4,640,000 between the ages
of 14 and 20 in the United States. The
modern scientific study of boy life by
the Y. M. C. A. is working wonderful
results. Prominent men of all walks
of life are giving time to interviews
with boys for the purpose of vocation
al guidance in accordance with a scien
tific plan worked out by Y leaders in
conjunction with other workers with
Mr. Robinson also spoke to the
hundred students of the high school on
Tuesday morning, the key words of
his talk being dream, design and stick.
After conferences with the Y; M. and
Y. V. workers Mr. Robinson visited
Hanalei. He leaves tonight for Hono
lulu and is assured that Kauai apprec
iates his valuable visit.
CHURCH COUNCIL MEETS
A meeting of the church council of
Lihue Union Church was held Friday
evening at the home of the pastor,
Rev. R. W. Bayless, to plan coming
church activities. Much Is to be made
of the social lite during the coming
fall and winter.
Announcement was made that there
will be an evening "At Home" in the
manse, Friday night. October 1st,
when the pastor and family, the church
and congregation will be at home to
their friends and the new comers of
the community and island.
A reception committee for churches
and a calling committee were appoint
ed in order that the church people and
newcomers may get acquainted as
Boon as possible.
It was voted to organize a branch of
the Woman's Board of Missions; and
discussion of church advertising, the
condition of the church road, a joint
teacher-training class and a young
men's class, helped to take up the
After Months of Delay We Now Have at Hand a Long
Overdue Shipment of
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Comports, Sugars and Creamers, Vases,
Fruit Dishes, Whip Cream Sets, Nappies
Salad Bowls, Olive Dishes, Relish Dishes,
Cake Plates, Water Sets, Lemonade Sets
Bon Bon Dishes, Marmalade Sets.
Special Genuine Cut Thin Blown Tumblers
Enameled Thin Blown Tumblers, Sherbets
Goblets, Berry Sets, Water Sets
Lemonade Sets, Grape Juice Sets
Sugar Bowls, Oil Bottles
"Horse Shoe" Tumblers
Breakfast Sets-42 pieces,
Dinner Sets - 1 00 pieces
Salad Bowls, Berry Bowls
New Lines of
Trunks Suit Cases Chairs Rockers Tables
Dressers Chiffoniers Enameled Beds
' Children's Chairs and Rockers Cots
Enameled Cribs Mattresses
Wood and Oil Cook Stoves Ranges
Thor Electric Washing Machines