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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1898, Honolulu, Hawaii IS BY A HAWAIIAN Teit of a Native's Serin Given in A MOST CREDITABLE EFFORT OM of tbe Theotoctttl Students Here-The Art of Structure-Flows and Lessons. THE ART OP STRUCTURE. Text: 1 Cor. let every man take heed how he buildeth there- upon." I would call your attention, first of all, to the buildings which we have now in this city; in order that we may get a clear idea about our subject As we are here in this church, we see the beauty of these walls, we see the strong pillars which sustain these great galleries, we also meet with our eyes the banging lights, these rows of seats where you now sit, this platform where I am now starting, in other words, we see the beauty of the inter- ior of this church. Afl we walk the streets of Honolulu we see on both sides numerous great buildings-, which have been built of stone, brick, lumber and other mater- ials. Some of the buildings lift their lofty spires Into the air, while their bases are placed on solid foundations. "When we see these beautiful build- ings we admire the skill of the carpen- ters, architects, painters, draughtsmen and masons who helped to build them; but my dear friends, there is another feature in these buildings which we must not forget, and that is the foun- dation. It was this of which Paul has spoken in the text "Let every man take" heed how he buildeth thereupon." The first thing that every man must do who builds a house Is to make a solid foundation. He first of all digs a hole, according to the size of the build- ing which is to be built, then the hole is filled, not with dirt, but with cemented stones. Of this material, wails should be built of a reasonable thickness and heigtft. These we call the foundations. Upon some of these the walls of the buildings should be erected. Others are for the support of the partitions, and which form rooms within themselves, called cel- strong, and in order to have them such, we need solid well made mate- rials such as that of the most solid and perfect kind. There are solid Ha- waiian rocks, and carefully cemented. The rocks are so shaped1, that every one fits into its own place, and each one helps to make the whole building strong. And so it is very necessary to have materials equal to that of the foundations. Since we have Christ as our founda- tion, then it is our duty to learn the art of building in order to have the best Judgment for selecting materials. So I say, go to God. the possessor of all wisdom, and He will tell you what to do. "Every man's work shall be made manifest, for the day shall declare It, because it shall be revealed by fire, and the fire shall try every man's work of what sort it 'is." Let every man therefore build him- self with the gold of faith, the silver of hope, and the precious stones of love. The man who does this is really a Christian man, he will have a suc- cessful life while here, and also win a crown of life hi the other world. Let every one in this audience this morning build upon Christ and His righteousness and build himself unto the likeness of Christ And he shall be like unto a wise man which built his house upon a rock, and the rain descended and the floods came and the winds blew and beat upon house, and it fell not, for it was founded upon a rock. DAVID L. AL (M ARE FREE TO ACT Bishop Estate .Trustees Given Much Authority. May Sell Property Without Further Court Leave Prom This Ruling Made. Orchestra Fntertainment. The next entertainment that will at- tract the attention of the' public will be given at the Y. M. C. A. hall on Tuesday evening, October 4th, under the auspices of the amateur orchestra. On this occasion it is the intention of those having the program in charge to present one that will give the utmost satisfaction. Watch this paper for fur- ther particulars. lars. TThia is the kind of foundations, moat of oar buildings have. You can find Bach, foundations in the Executive Building, in Kawaiahao Church, and in many others. Some builders have their foundations without cellars, but entirely filled with cemented stone, lifce that of the Government building, Bishop Hall and the Museum at the Kamehameha Schools. Now, you see how strong these foundations are! How firmly they stand! And in order to have such for our buildings, we must call on those who understand the "Art of such as Architect, Carpea- ter and Mason. But there are other buildings beside these of which I want to speak. There God's buildings. "Ye are God's Paul said. And as these buildings in Honolulu need firm and sound foundations, so with ourselves, we need such founda- tions as will never fail, and so we must go to him who knows how to lay such a foundation. God is the only being who has all wisdom. He knows that every one, who would build a noble character, must begin it on a firm foundation, and so God sent his only begotten son into this world to be this foundation that whosoever should establish him- self on Him, should never fall. If a house be built out of good materials, on a weak foundation, that house could not stand long because it has not enough strength to resist the earth- quakes and storms. That house will sometime fall, and the man who built it will be like unto the foolish man who built his house upon the sand, and the rain descended and the floods came and the winds blew and beat upon that house, and it fell and great was the fall of it. There are men like this, who do not sees the Lord Jesus, and do not want to be Christians, who have not taken him as their foundation, but have built themselves on the things of this world, and lire on those things; these men could not exist long. So, dear friends let us build ourselves on Jesus, for he Is our only sure foundation. But after we hava done this, care must be observed about the quality of materials to build with. We must bulfd of materials which corres- pond to Christ, We must select ma- only of the best kind. It we not, then onr house will be ruined. If yon build a house out of weak materials on a Bound foundation, that bouse will Bometime fall, not because the foundation, but because of the materials. Let have our THEY CREEP ON US UNAWARES. Thousands of the good people who read these articles have grey hairs in .plenty. Are you one of them? If so, do you remember when you saw the first grey hair on yonr head, or in your beard, as the case may have been? It was natural enough; time is a bleacher, as well as a dyer; yet the discovery was a surprise, perhaps a shock to you. You didn't see that grey hair coming. All at once it was there. Now behold how many worse things are like that, and learn a valuable lesson. "Up to March, says Mr. John Murray, "I never had any illness in my life. Then, -suddenly, as it were, I felt that something was wrong with me. At (first I had an awful 'bitter taste In the mouth, and after eating I had a pain at, the chest and a hor- rible sensation at the stomach, as of a hot iron 'burning me. "I vomited all the food I partook of, and sometimes I threw up blood. Nothing I ate would remain on my stomach' more than a few minutes, and I was afraid to take any solid food. Even milk and slops distressed me. "Being unable to leave the house I sent for a doctor, who said that my stomach was ulcerated. 'He gave me medicines of different kinds, and recommended applications; but noth- ing gave me any relief, and I grew worse and worse. "In spite of the soothing drops I took I got no sleep night or day. The pain was so severe I could not lie down in bed. "After four months' suffering I was removed to the Grantown Hospital, where I had the best medical treat- ment and diet I was fed solely on liquid food, and my stomach was so inflamed and sore that I threw up most of it. After five weeks in the hospital I was worse than ever and returned home. There I lingered on in great pain and weakness month after month. I was now pale as death, and so weak I could not draw one foot after the other. "I had given up all hopes of recov- ery, and was gradually wasting away, expecting no relief except in death, which I thought could not be far away. "This was in February, 1882. It was then I first heard of Mother Selgel's Curative Syrup, and made tip my mind to see whether there could possibly be any virtue in it for so desperate a case as mine. "Not being able to procure the Syrup In our neighborhood my son wrote to London for a supply. It may seem hard to believe, but it is true, that the first few doses gave me welcome relief. Continuing to take it I was eoon able to take nourishing food, and felt my strength coming back. After a little all pain left me, and I have never ailed anything since; but can follow the an-rf any kind of thank my Creator for mailing Mother Scifffl's Syrup tnotcn tonne; for without it I should now be in my grave. I tell everybody that It saved my life. You are welcome to publlah this to all tie world. (Signed) John Murray, Cragmore Cottage, Abernethey (Bear Grantown, August 28th, 1893." Mr. Murray is a man of high char- acter. and well known in the district He U in the employ of D. Jardlne, Esq., of Ralrock Lodge. His disease was acute Inflammatory dyspepsia, for an attack of which (unconsciously to him- self) his system had Jong been prepar- ing. TTtorf nrrmt a tuddrn Wnrtt." says an eminent physician, tot of a nrrtn -of changa (From Achertispr.) la the matter of Melekina, et al., vs. Hana Kuoha, et al., bill to set aside a deed, Judge Perry yesterday filed a de- cision granting the prayer in complain- ants' petition. In this suit complain- ants ask that the Court declare null and void a certain deed dated Decem- ber 14, 1892, and purporting to have been executed by one Kamailohi and to convey to repondent, Hana Kuoha, all of the grantor's kuleana'ln two Apanas, situate at Kalahike, Kona, Ha- waii, alleging as grounds for their prayer, first, that at the time of the execution of the deed Kamailohi was insane, and, second, that respondents obtained the deed by undue influence and fraud. Judge Perry found the points established by the evidence, and declared for the plaintiffs accordingly. Kinney Ballou for complainants; Castle and Weaver for respondents. Judge Stanley has dismissed defend- ant's appeal in the ejectment matter of John Hapa ve. R. W. Wilcox. This is after hearing argument of respective counsel upon plaintiff's motion to that end. In the matter of the Trustees of the Bishop Estate vs. W. O. Smith. At- torney-General, bill for relief, Judge Stanley had filed a decree setting forth as follows: "Now, therefore, it is or- dered, adjudged and decreed that the Trustees under the will of Bernice Pan- ahi Bishop are vested with a discre- tion to act in regard to the sale and disposal of the land devised to them by the will of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, or conveyed to them by the several deeds attached to their complaint whenever it appears to them expedient and for the best interests of the estate, with- out application to this Court, and with- out any further or other authority than that contained in said will and said trust deeds." The Attorney-Genera appeals from this decision to the Sup- reme Court. In the matter of Henrich Hopfe vs E. C. Greenwell and Samuel Davis ejectment, a decree was filed yester- day in which it is adjudged that the plaintiff recover of tbfe defendant E. C Greenwell that portion pf Grant 1862 to Kapule, described in plaintiff's amended complaint, and as to that por tion of Grant 2004 to Kuana, plaintiff shall be dismissed without day. Liti gants are to pay their own costs. Judge Jacob Hardy has applied to letters testamentary of the estate o his daughter, the late Mary Hardy, o Lihue. The estate consists of realty in Honolulu valued at and money stocks, etc., valued at The lega tees are the petitioner and two broth ers and two sisters of deceased. In the matter of John K. Sumne vs. M. F. Crandall the accounts of J A. King as receiver have been approv ed and the concellation of his bond as receiver consented to. Castle and Weaver for J. K. Sumner. It has been agreed between litigants that the equity case of Mary E. Fos- ter, et al., vs. Kaneohe Ranch Co. may be heard on Tuesday morning, October 11. Kinney Ballou for plaintiff; Cecil Brown for defendants. Satisfaction of judgment for J243.90 has been filed in the matter of M. F. Scott vs. A. R, Rowatt The case of Mist vs. Coelho was argued in Supreme Court yesterday and submitted. RED ROUGH HANDS Itching; scaly, bleeding'palms, shapeless nails, and painful finger ends, pimples, blackheads, oily, mothy sldn, dry, thin, and falling hair, itch- ing, scaly scalps, all yield quickly to warm baths CUTICURA SOAP, and gentle anointings with Cu- TTCURA greatest of emollient skin cures. (yticura la sold throughout the world. British depot: F. NEWBERY POTTER D. AND C. CORP.. Sole Pi-ops., IJoston, U. S. A. How to Produce Soft White post free. INSURANCE. Tim Co, (Limited) AGENTS FOR FIRE, LIFE AND MARINEJNSURANCE. Northern Assurance Company, OF LONDON, FOR FIRE AND LIFE. Estabht bed 1830. ACCUMULATED Fuww. Britisliand Foreign Marioe Ins, Co OF L1VEBPOOL, FOE MABINE. CAPITAL................ KKDCCTICS or RATES. IMMEDIATE PAYMEKT OF CLAIMS. THEO. H. DAVIES CO., LTD. AGBNT8. ITCHING HUMOURS Instantly relieved by CUTICURA REMEDIES. California Fertilizer Works OFFICE 527 Merchant St, San Francisco, Cal. e: South San Francisco and Berkeley, Cal. J. S. WALKER. General Agent Hawn. Isl. ALLIAKCE INSURANCE CO.: ALIJANCE MARINE AND GENERAL IK6URANCK Co., WILHELMA OF MADGEBURG INSUR- ANCE 00., SUN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA; SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL UNION. ________ Room 12; Spreckels Block. J. E. MILLER, MANAGER. MANUFACTURERS Of PURE BONE FERTILIZERS AND PURE BONE MEAL DEALERS IN...... Fertilizer Materials I OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Have constantly on hand tbe following goods adapted to the Island trade: HIGH GRADE CANE MANURE, FERTILIZERS, NITRATE OF SODA. SULPHATE OF' AMMONIA, HIGH GRADE SULPHATE OF POTASH, FISH GUANO, WOOL DUST, ETC gjT Special Manures Manufactured to Order. The manures manufactured by the CAUFOBHIA FKBTILUKB WORKS are made from clean bone treated with acid. Dry Blood and Flesh, Potash and Magnesia Salts. No adulteration of any kind is and evary ton is sold under a guaranteed an- alysis.' One ton or one thousand tons are almost exactly alike and for excellent me- chanical condition and high analysis have no superior in the market. The superiority of Pure Bone over any other Phosphatic Material for Fertiliser is so well known that it needs no explanation. The large and constantly increasing demand for tbe Fertilizers manufactured by tbt jtemuzEB WORKS is the best possible proof of their superior quality. THEROIES OF TIDES TOLD BY PROF. DARWIN' A Stock of ttese Fertilizers wDl te kept Constantly oa Bud tor sale on the usual terms. C. Brewer Co., Ltd. HOSOLUIU AGZNTR CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER WORKS. The undersigned having been appointed agents of the above company are prepared to insure risks against fire on Stone and Brick Buildings and on Merchandise stored therein on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply at tbe office of F. A. 8CHAEFER Co., Agents. German Lloyd Marine Insur'ce Co OK BERLIN. Fortuna General Insurance Co OK BERLIN. _'be above Insurance Companies have established a general agency here, and the undersigned, general agents, are author ized to take risks against tbe dangers of th seas at tbe most reasonable rates and on the most favorable terras. If. A. SCHAEtER Co., Gen. Agts. General Insurance Co. for Sea, River and Land Transport, of Dresden. Having established an agency at Hono- 'nlo. and the Hawaiian Islands the under- general agents are authorized to take risks against the dangers of the sea at the most reasonable rates and on tbe most favor- able terms. F. A. SCHAEPER Co.. Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INS. CO. OF HAMBURG. hare bcm on for a ftmr. thr tl- tiaritiy bren noticed fcy it? So grey hairs So disease comes. So death comes Watch for the earlier signs keep Mother Syrup close band. Speculation on Several of tbe Ebbs _? ''and Flows. Professor G. H. Darwin, in his fifth lecture fit the Lowell Institute course, explained, says the Boston Transcript, the cause of daily high and low tides. "When the moon is over any spot on the earth the water is drawn up to- ward it by the force it exerts, and at the point directly opposite on the other side of the earth tbe water is also raised in the form of a 'big said Professor Darwin. "Between these points on either aide of the earth's cir- cumference the ocean is depressed, the moon thus tending to form a spheroid of the waters and giving- riae to two high and two low tides in the course of one revolution of the earth. "To understand the bi-monthly spring and neap tides, we must take into account also the effect of the son on the oceana. The force exerted by is twenty-six fifty-ninths as I powerful as that of the one moon, and I when there is a full moon or a new j moon the force of both bodies is act- ing together, and gives rise to the con- dition known as spring tides. But I when the moon is half way between new and full, waring or waning, the force of the Ban is acting at right i angles to that of the moon. As the sun exerts about half the power of the moon over tbe tHes, the difference be- tween the effect of the two acting to- gether and in opposition is about as three to one, so that the tides arising from the conflict of tbe force of sun and raoon are only one-third aa great as the spring These minor tides are called neap tides." Tbe observed fact that high tldei do not occur when the moon overhead. I but several hours later, was explained as due mainly to the comparative shal- 1 Jownesi of the oceans and to the differ- ent velocities of all points on ttie torfaca between Use max mam Among Other Goods Just Received by. HOLLISTER IS COKSIGHMBHT OF TBE CELEBRATED Lillian Russell Cigar! For Which They Are Made Sole Agents For The Hawaiian Islands. Capital of the Company and re- serve, reichsiuarks Capital their reinsurance com- panies Total reicbsraarks 101.650000 Jl Jl Jf Jt Jt North German Fire Insurance Co. OF HAMBURG. Capital of the Company and re- serve, reichsmar> s Capital tbeir lemsurance com- panies Total Tbe undersigned, general agents of the above two companies, for tbe Hawaiian Inlands, a e to insure Bmldmgs, Furniture, Merchandise and Produce, Ma- chinery, etc., aUo Sugar and Rice Hills, and Vessels in tbe harbor, against loss or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. H. HACKFELD CO., Limited. TOTAL FUJ.DI AT 31 ST DECZXBEK, 1897, I- Authorized id Subscribed >f Paid up 687.500 0 0 7 9 8-Ufe Annuity Funds----. 10 8 9 Revenue The- Brunch 3 9 Life nud AUUIKIT 10 CLEAR HAVANA FILLER. Now That Plantations of 25.000 day at the and at the are mostly through for this stascn, it Is time to overhaul Machinery prepare for next srason. We have on MAGNOLIA METAL RUBBER AND HEMP PACKING of all kinds, BOILER COMPOUND for ckanlnu off scale, TROPIC OIL for Entries and Cylinders, evfrvklnd of HARDWARE or TOOL needed In a Sugar Mill or on a Plantation. Send Orders to E. O. MALL SON, Ld. K K Aecumolglftl F i' thr F e ind Life are fire ir.im liabil: r In ol other. _ ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER CO. AgenU for tie IMPORTERS LIFE FIRE AGENTS FOR OF BOSTON. OF HARTFORD.
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