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ulo -oiuc exceedingly littnd
somo Sun:iu)Ai:i) Cloths in
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ugor" and "Paul I&enherg"
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a lutein teenrni, iniil, jitire air, elcnr tea
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uiend l.'nn enrdinll'j tu the "&i fjmici."
imiiiiit'r i.ocis sti:vi:.sox
T. A. SIMPSON,
A FIHhT-CI.AhS FAMILY BATIIIMI
V Hfturl at Walklkl, 1 ra men r nu
the gate. Hpcclal
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iiiitilii lor i iiniiiy
(Continued row is Pane.)
lowing is ono. Mr. Noyes, It appears,
had on Homo long proviotis occasion
uttoroil sontinionls regarding tho
fuluro lifo which wore not in strict
cousonanco with tho accepted tenets
ol tho church:
Resolved, That this board, in re
sponse to tho expressed wish of its
missionaries in Japan, and in recog
nition of tho successful labors of
ltov. William II. Noyes in that em
pire, requests the prudential com
mittee to offer to him an appoint
ment as a missionary of tho board.
The board declares thatthis ac
tion is not to be understood as in
any way modifying its former utler
auco on tho subject of fuauo proba
tion. Respectfully submitted.
From tho report of the warm de
bate that followed tho presentation
of tho committee's report, tho report
of a representative speech on each
side is t nkeu tho conservative cham
pion being uone oilier than tho
famous Josoph Cook of Boston Mon
day lectures fame:
THK LIUEIiAL HUN.
Now came the opening gun from
the extreme, uncompromising liberal
wing. Tho shot catno defiant and
hot, and it was Rev. Dr. It. It. Mere
dith of Brooklyn who acted as yun
nor. Ho was glad tho report was
boforo tho board &o early in tho day,
for now they could have a "quiet,
Christiau conference.'' Dr. Mero
ilith iirst relented any imputation
that he or any of his brethren were
not thoroughly loyal to foreign mis
sionary work; tnoti no told tno
board that ho cared "mighty little
for your machinery." "I'd break it
all to pioces to-day if 1 could. If it
no longer serves our purpose we'll
smash it and throw the cau--e of
missions out on tho people, where it i
is safe. Everything is &afo with tho
people, who just boliove in the Lord '
Jesus Christ." Thou Dr. Meredith I
"sailed iu," to uso an expression not i
wholly suited to a missionary gather-1
ing perhaps. Hero are some of the
things he said: "I've lost all my in
terest iu the appointment of Noyes
since I came in. 1 dou't care whet her
you appoint him or not after hearing
that report. I wouldn't accept the
appointment, coming iu that way, if
1 was in Noyes' place. For years ho
has lived in tho white light ol pub
licity, and what ho is and what ho
has done is not the product of a
light-weight intellectually." This
shot at Dr. Bartlott was given groat
applause, but still greater applause
greeted Dr. Meredith's declaration
that Noyes was thoroughly under
stood by everybody and everywhere
until he faced the prudential com
mittee, and why? "Because you re
gard as supreme what he and I re
gard as of uo importance whatever."
Dr. Meredith then, without previous
consultation with J'rof. Fisher, offer
ed as an amendment to the repot t
of tho committee the professor's
resolution which hud been referred
to the commit tee of 15. He deemed
the adoption of this resolution iu
some form as necessary for the vin
dication of Mr. Noyes.
Continuing Dr Meredith began a
discussion of tho doctrine of future
probation. It's as (.load for all prac
tical purposes, he said, as hint year's
oyster sholls. 1 don't need it. I'm
like Noyes; only more so. "We don't
believe that doctrine," said tho
speaker, with great earnestness" con
cerning tho old orthodox tenet that
all who have never had a chance to
hear tho message of Christ are eter
nally damned;" and the applause
which swept over tho hall, from
gallery to gallery, would have made
old John Murray, tho founder of
Cnivorsalism, disbelieve his senses.
"Such a doctrine is a libel on Uod,"
spoke tho orator.
"Speak for yourself, John," inter
rupted Josoph Cook, who hat on the
platform listening with ill-concealed
"I will and 1 won't, speak for
you," replied Dr. Meredith, and the
sally was the signal for a tremendous
wave of enthusiasm iu the galleries.
"Dr. Meredith has tho floor," in
terposed President Storrs vigorous
ly, and that pleased tho audience,
lor Mr. Cook .'coined thoroughly sat
Repeal your instructions and go
back to your manual, continued Dr.
Meredith. There's no heresy iu our
churches. Our people are as loyal
as over to tho Lord Jesus Christ.
After reviewing tho instructions of
tho board to the prudential commit
tee from Des Moines down, and also
Dr. Storrs's letter of acceptance, tho
orator turned upon the prudential
committee saying vohouiontby: "1
charge you with having been so pro
judicod that you entirely overlooked
the essence of Dr. Storrs's letter.
Tho conclusion of this speech was
the signal for prolonged enthusiasm
iu tho galleries and tin the lloor.
The extreme liberals had spoken.
Now camo forward tho champion
of the uncompromising conserva
tives, Joseph Cook. A round of ap
plause greeted him and every ono
braced. Mr. Cook had just "sur
vived," to use his own word, two
weeks of tho parliament of religions
in Chicago. Ho spoko the Lord's
prayer, and thou began his final ef
fort to save orthodoxy and with it
all creation. "Motive is more im
portant in missions than men or
women," was the first hontouco,
which was Cookian to the core.
The issue discussed, he continued,
is a representative one, or it would
not have aroused m much interest,
Noyes is I he figurehead of an idea.
His case is the thin end of a wedge
which will later on bo driven home.
Tho bpeakor at this point flaunted a
Hheet of paper, which ho said was
Mr. Noyes1 own statement of his
doctrinal belief, and ho intimated
that it whs not the statement, made
before the Berkeley council. Ho
wah i going to read it to nee as tho
basis of his argument against .Mr.
Noyes. Rov. Or. Meredith was on
his feel in an instant and raised the
point of order that what Mr. Cook
was about to rend had not been ac
cepted by Mr. Noyes as accurately
reporting hi atateinunls made be
foro tho prudential committee Mr.
Cook claimed that the report was
olllcial and crime to him from high
officers of tho board. President
Storrs ruled that no statements at
tributed to Mr. Noyes by others
should be road and that those only
should bo read which had boon
authorized by Mr. Noyes. This de
cision of the chair ovolted a delirium
of applause in tho galleries, for it
shut out the famous report of the
prudential committee concerning
what Mr. Noyes had said boforo
thorn regarding future probation as
a corollary or Mimical truth.
Joseph Cook was not daunted.
"Then lot us supnoso a case," ho
said, and proceeded to read what ho
had proposed to acribo to Mr.
Noyes. Ho roail also from a small
blnck-coveicd book the opinioi of
an "eminent theologian" concerning
future probation. "Now that's from
Shodd, he added, and nearly every
one laughed. Mr. Cook then gavo
'20 reasons, more or loss, ho lost
track of their order boforo roachiug
No. 12, why William H. Noyes
should not bo appointed. They
may bo summarized as follows: Tho
appointment, of Mr. Noyes has been
twice refused and tho reasons there
for remain unchanged. His accept
ance will bo used as a precedent and
tho precedent will soon become tho
rule. His case is not exceptional.
I but. representative. Tho board
I should have more time to consider
the case. The good character of
' Mr. Noyes makes him all tho more
I dangerous. 1 know of ono or two
wills that have already been chaug
! ed in anticipating Mr. Noyo&'s ac
ceptance. Lastly, future probation
as a doctrine is contrary to tho
teaching of the gospel.
Mr. Cook's speech contained many
epigrammatic and striking senten
ces, although some wore cheaply
alliterative. The two sentences in
the third resolution accepting Noyes I
ami declaring that uo reflection
upon tho prudential committee was i
made, he described as "a case of p
juxtaposition without coherence,"
and again as a "resplendent contra
diction. "Tho constituency of the
board," ho said again, "have a right
to expect consistency and not col
lapse. ' The argument that local
councils might pass upon tho doc
trinal qualifications of missionaries
he described as "rattle-headed rhet
oric applauded with rattle-headed
rapture." lie fore making his liual
appeal Mr. Cook stated that tho
evangelist Pentecost had told him
in Chicago that if Mr. Noyes were
accepted he (Pentecost should re
sign from tho boaid.
"Ho ought to resign, for he's a
Presbyterian," shouted tho uu
smotherablo Meredith, and tho sally
A HAWAIIAN INTEItLfDE.
From tho report of tho evening
session the following extremely in
teresting excerpt is
readers will wonder
Hilo did not choke
Mr. Baker of
with his pal-
pablo attempt at
of the Hawaiian
electorate, in his
inclusion of the Japanese who would
have no votes in any plebiscite re
ferring to tho question arising from
the revolution of January:
The report of tho committee on
the Pacific islands, which was adopt
ed, recommended that tho pruden
tial committee memorialize tho
Washington government to bo vigi
lant in behalf of Christian civiliza
tion in tho Hawaiian Islands. Itov.
Oliver P. limerr-ou of Honolulu, a
native Hawaiian, made a speech
justifying the recent revolution iu
Hawaii and advising American poli
tical supremacy there. Rev. 12. P.
Baker, also of Honolulu, spoko
ardently for the saving of Christian
civilization in Hawaii, identifying
that with tho political supremacy of
tho United Stales. He declared that
this talk of a plebiscite in the islands
to decide tho political position of
the United States with lolatiou to
tho islands was all nonsense on ac
count of a vast pieponderauce of
Japanese there. A resolution was
adopted requiring the prudential
committee to report at the next an
nual meeting as to what changes in
tho charter aud by-laws would be
requiied if it should bo desired to
elect women as members of tho
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This succession of colds is what
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