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Lt'it of names of the
186.J, with the monny
firona Tapn, Kolos, 1c.
le Contrrl on the I'lnnd of Kauni, April 7,
tbey hre contributed to buy Pa I mm!.
$2 00 I Aiikft w
W Knuwii k, April H.
From Ilsniimaulu District 2, April B.
Hunplpl k $1 50, 1'lkft k
Kiileok 2VKiiIim k
KuUhplclnu k - 60 i Mole .
Ke.ilohn k 25! I'nnntiotipoii w....
Knhnlcp:ilo k ..
I lift Ira ...
Kalieaua w ,
Klst. 3, April 12.
I.tilcu v, April 22-
Dlit. 4, "Wnlmcn, April 22.
I'lllnnk Si 00
Malkal w 123
Kimwlliwlll k 1 60
Kionlk 1 60
Kuliolniiii k 60
Knlulopuu k 23
Dlit. 5, Keknhn, April 21.
September 4, 1S63,
The people who took Mormon book at Hannpepe:
Hakau k $1 00
Klnnlnak 1 00
Pulmnlulu k 1 00
l.'t1,,. .,,.! I. I INI
Mu k V"".V.V.,.,.V..V"." 1 '00 1 1'oiio w 1
Makolo k 1 00 1 ;Po w 1
Kimhuk 1 00
Kaptiul k 1 00
September 12. 1803.
Thoic who took books at Ke
Kiionolihlll k $1 00
Kiiiiinku, w., 1 00
Kaiiinullull k 60
Niilokolo w ,
Ann Kimliim w..
Lllia Pnuahl w.-
District 6, Hanapcpc, April 28.
Nepal Kckuahauli k $2 60
Hakau, It., ,
Kapuni 2, It
Olloll k 2.-1
Kalaku k 25
Kaillull k 60
Kamanukclu w 25
Kahalcwal k 23
Ella Puua, k.,
September 8. 1603, from Wnlmea.
Knonohiull k 1 00
I.uiia k 1 (X)
Nlfiuit w 1 00
Kalna w 1 00
Knlulopuu v 1 00
Plllpow 1 00
Ana K allium w.
Thco arc the people who have given again of their property, from
Uapnkiic k, 1 horse..
KiuiuiillI k, 1 horu..
iSnnnm It, l liorttv
Kaliaimlio w, I fowls 1 00
Klhul w, 1 taro patch 0 60
Kekoo w, 1 horse 4 60
Altlll.llll l. I ill'liv. tiv
Kckunnui W, 1 hog 6 00
Tho sum total of the money from the beginning Is 1 175 37.
The letter " W" and " K" to the names mean (w) female, (k) male,
m In the original.
The money collected on Hawaii, by K. H. Kaleohnno, which was
brought at the command of V. M. Oibson, anil put Into the hand of
W. M. Gibson, for the purpose of buying Pulawal, Lanai.
F'm Walplo, Feb. 1, 1S02.. $2J0 00
lAiny 20, " .. 112 7.)
Koamano. O't.0. " .. 330 00
Koliala and Walplo,
24, lb(U 440 00
Oct. 0, 1802, J. Ken we
gave to W. M. Gibson $10 00
Muy 20, 1803, J. Keawo... 130 (i2
Oct. 0, 1802, Niinuiuu....,
" 0, 18&J, Namauu....
Oet. 0. 1802, Kaloa
Kalua & Alohlnkea
n mlitnke In addition here.
Hanapcpc, (continued) May 8.
ivanaau, w., i.
Klmilnn, k., ,'
Kapuni 1, k., May 18, 1803,
Mokuabakca k $1 00
Dlat. 7, Kalalau, May 18, 1803.
Gego Gcogcr k
District of Haena, May 23,
D. Puhipjku k..
Mnhuiki k, May 23, 1803...
Knlpo Haalou w..
Pokuela k ,
District of Lumnhal.
$2 00, Kekunnul w...
2.1 lvaiicitm w......
23 Makakol w
1 60 Kekoo k
1 00 1 Kawaa.k
Kalalakoa k $2 60
Apalklk 2 00
Puupoj, k 3 00
Aukai, k 1 (X)
Kekoa, k 60
District of Hnnalel, May 28.
Lolou, k ,
Kalua 2 k
District of Hounokekaha, Juno 11, 1863.
District of Wollua, June 15, 1863,
These are tho ones who gave to mo their property to obtain money
to purchase Pulawal at tho com- maud of V. M. Gibson.
Kekninnkahi, 1 ox k $7 60
Okena k, 1 liorso 5 50
Katpo w, 1 horse 6 73
Puahlkt k, 1 ox 8 50
kNamunu k, 1 hog 7 50
Puupoa k, 1 horse 4 25
From Hanamaulu, July 8, 1863
Holi k, 1 horso 6 25
Keahlahl k, 1 homo 4 50
Kupulupulu k, 1 hog 3 60
Pukoula k, 1 deed (to land.)
Kalua Muoloha k, 4 horses
" 6 goats
" 1 house
Knwelo k, 2 horses
Heaua k, 1 horse
From Kekaha, 4 Pawehe
4 mats ,
From Kekaha, 3 bundles
From Lumahui, 1 bag Ar
July 18, 1863.
Kiiuhulclau k, 1 home
nui'pipi k, l norse
Plkak, 1 hore
Pelekano k, deed to land..
From Kaluluu, 1 bundle
From Lumulul, 10 units...
t (A strong fibre for making
twlnu for nets.)
(A choice kind of mat tnado
Thoso who took Mormon books
August 12, 1803.
Kaluna k -
June 3, 1802 Keapu, tho
one who took it to Gib-sou
Sept. 20, 1802 Chs Wing,
ii. if. lyjuy took it to
Dec. 18G2 Moroni took
It to Gibson 102 00
April 18, 180.1 J. W. H.
Kou took It to Gibson... 72 00
April lb, 180.1-Moronl took
it to Gibson 160 75
Juno 15, 180t J. W. Na-
pela took It to Gibson....
JuueS, lbOJ-Oahalau, l.el,
Mailc, Kaula, Akakai..
Aug. 20, 1803 J. Keanu,
took It to Gibson
Oct. 4. 180.1-J. W. II. Kou
took It to Gibson 176 76
Oct. 4, lb(.l Wuhinumal
kal took it to Gibson.... ..
Oct 4. 1863 G. Koeao took
Oct. 4, 1803 Knpo took It
Oct. 4, 1863 Kalpo Wing
took it to Gibson 21 75
Oct. 10, 1803--Khc)lo took
It to Gibson 4 63
Oct. 4, 1803 Collections
taken up nt a leant on
Lnnal for the land Pala
wal 50 00
Nov. 2, 1801 Gibson eamo
here to Honolulu, the
brethren gave him casli 10 0
E. II. Knwullepolepo 15 U
Shoes for Kalula, and a
door lock 3 0
21 Hooks of Mormon 21 0
Mar. 10, 186418 Bundles
of charcoal brought by J.
W. H. Kou 18 0
Turkeys of chinch mem
bers of Lanai sold by
Wing 35 0
11 bundles of onions 11 0
Dec. 25, lb03 Makue 6 0
I, J. W. Kou hereby certify to this list of names, and that th
money above stated was given to W. M. Gibson for tho purpose o
buying tho land of Pulawal, Lanai. J. W. H. Kou.
To the Church of Jckuh Christ, of the Latter Day Saints, on the Islam
of Oahu, oj the JIavialian Inlands.
I SKNIl YOU MY LOVE, AND MAY GOD I1I.E8S YOU, A.MHN! In m
tour among the Branches of the Church, In my olllce ns ' Apostle t
the Church ' I lay before you this day the full report of my work
among the Hninehcs of the Church, aided by some of the Deacon
(Luna) and by my "Fellow Apostle" during the 25th, '28th, 29th, 30tl
and 31st of Muy 1862. '
For the Branch in Honolulu.
May 25 Knukl w..
Kuuauul w ,
Kapltja w ,
Kahnlulc k ,
J. AV. H. Kou for the Vh.
May 28 Klmo Keonl k...$
Aloie k 1M
Nuiwielua k 25
Kauki k 60
Kalulikana k 12)
Kauea w li'i
Kulaiialu k 23
From the Branch at Wlamanalo.
Kepua k i
Kauku w ...
From tho Branch at Kaalca.
May 29 Kaaumuanua w..
From tho branch at Kualoa
May 30 Manuha w $ 25
" " Nalnolehak 60
" " Htlpcnl k 23
vuiiinciniiKU k... Za
Kawalhul k 25
Muolo k 60
Uluiunl k 25
Kanalua It 23
Paalolo w 23
Keaial w 23
From tho Brunch nt Laic.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE
HOME MISSIONS !
PRESENTED DEO. lit, 1881.
The time hns evidently comn when
the work of OhUtiiuiizinir the Chinese
population of tlicau Islands must ulnitn
more tlmntlier hito, tho nttoution, ne
tivity, sympathy ntid generosity of
Christ's people. What efforts hiive
hcen muclo in thin direction, luivo been
liitlierto mainly tentative nml desul
tory. Since tho yenr 1830tiierchavo been
Chiiiiimcn on time islands, at first, only
singling individuals scattered hero
In 1852, tho ftrt Cliineso Inborers,
08 in number, woic imported into tho
Hawaiian Islands, by the bark Ihctis,
from Amoy, anived August 2. Tho
cuiitinuud diminution ol ( the native
population, and their inaptitude for the
alruin of eontiiiuoiH toil, as well as the
need of a largo number of l.tboiurs for
linger eutorpr sea than had been pre
viously inideitiikon, were tho controll
ing reasons then as now, for opening
thoso Islands to the countless millions
of Chineio. The Census Tables show
the suddenness and leuentucss of tho
increase of that element of our popu
lation. Hinco tho last census in 1878, tho
Custom House Tables show that in
1879, 8,413 Chinese were added, in
1880, 1,877, in 1881, (9 mos.) 1,518,
in 3 vcais G.888. The in esent number
nf Chinese, according to the figures, is
12,804, out of a total (estimated) pop
ulation of Gb89o. According to the
census of 1878, there were, ou Oahu
2,216 Chinese; Hawaii, 1,(398; Muui,
1,990; Kauai, 859; Molokuiaud Lanai,
Of thoso, there are, according to tho
computation of tho Acting Pastor of
Honolulu, a total ou all the Islands, of
28G Church members. Yet these few
constitute an element whose influence
is vigorous, healthy, and strongly felt
all through the Kingdom. In Hono
lulu, a Cliineso Church was duly or
ganized by a Council convened June
8, 1879, '66 joining by letter, and G by
profession. It now uuinbeisGl, (Nov.
1881). Stimulated by a generous do
nation from J. T. Waternouse, Esq.,
tho woik of building a chapel was un
dertaken, and a lot purchased. A beau
tiftil mid commodious house of worship
was dedicated Jan 2, 1881. It is GO
feet long, 30 feet wide, with social
looms below, and a largo audience
room above. The total cost was about
812,250, tho lot alone costing 4,700,
the builder's work G,550, furnishing
and other expenses 1,000. Of this
amount, $5,500 has been paid by the
Chinese themselves, 1,800 were rais
ed at a Fair organized by a few ladies,
the balance has been given by our cit
There is u regular Sunday Congrega
tion of 140; a Sunday School in Chi
nese, every Sunday morning, with an
attendance of 50; 1, in English, Sunday
afternoon of 90 pupils, ulid 40 toachers.
UAuxuluoiulwu-avniiinir nruvcr iiieotinir
is regularly mnnrotrnBTni ini uu nnvmrt
mice of 70. A Choir of 20 lead the
Sunday Services, and there are largo
reed organs in both uppor and lower
rooms, which Chinese men and wo
men have learned to play. The cou-
May 80 Lusla Kalau $1 00
August 23, 1803.
'' Thoso who took the certificates (palapala koho), a means of rata
nig money ;
Kalpo Haalou, W. Kahu-
Upumomoua, w -
Kaulacahlua, w. ,...
Kahuawut. w.. -
Mole, w.. - 1 0U
Kainelmlku, w 1 00
fUlWIIIItuu, n, ......
The men who paid money :
ir....t.t..i.i i. .
Pukoula k ,
Kapulupulu k ,
little k.. t
Okena k ,
Kamakahl k ,
Klluna k -
Puupoa k -
Apalkl k -
Certificate for (PaUpaU koho
Naohu k ,
i Kaolilpu w
Kuiua Maolohu w
Kawelo w ,
llucplpl w., ...
FllUi w............ ..................
August, , 1S03.
Kelohauul w ,
Hakau w. ,
Kouohla w ,.,
Other property received from
other Brunches on tills Island,
May 25 Klpala of Honolulu, 1
March 2 Nukuhlll of Laic, 1
piece of land.
Nalwlcha of Kualoa, by tho
hand of the Prc-s. 12.
May 30 Pepcid of Kualoa, 1
Kunlhea of Lale 1 mare.
Kuflmaktthi of Laic, 1 hone.
Lailiaka, w. of Lale, 1 horse.
May 31-Kollkoll k of WiilMui
1 horse. T ' '
Summary of the receipts from
the branches on tho Island of
Muy 26 From Honolulu
bycnHh $8 60
Muy 28 broin Walniuiui
May 29 From Kuuluea bv
cash....... 2 fto
iuj iw I'fum rvuiiiou uy
From Lale by cash
Receipts In Property.
May 30 From Kualoa 1 horse.
Muy 30 From Lalu horsen.
Muy 31 From Wulalua 1 liorso.
lolai a horses.
May 25 From Honolulu 1 piece
March 2 From Kualoa 2 pieces
Totul 3 pieces of land.
This Is the whole sum of all I
have collected on this Iilnnd for
tho good of tho Church; but I
liuvp not yet finished my work
among you. And may God bless
Knock II. KAMAii.ti'oi.Kro.
(Copy of Memoruudmo Book)
showing account of moneys of thu
Church of Jesus ChrUt of the Lat
ter Day 81 nu.
received for land on
May 22 $ l 60
May 28 Balance handed
oyer 8 50
May 20 l 00
Juno 2 , 3 25
June 0...'...j : 9 75-
June 18 '... M 1 00
Junt.i23.i..i..,Ci.i 5 60
Juiw 30...;.,.,, 2 60
J" y H 50
July 21 ,.' 2 00
July 28 J. 1 00
Sept 1 , 10 37
Sept 15 M 1 12
gept 10.....,., 2 75
Sunday, Sept, 20, delivered
Idy 60 75
October 6 Ditto above... 1 Oil
Jan. 7, 1802, received 50
Jan. 31 .'..... 25
J.- 1 00
March 0 0 25
March 0 tui
March 0 ( 1 00
Xfnnnv kidk I w1 w 4tiA mim
delivered Into thu hands of Bro,
My 20 -....,.... 1 00
Juno 2 , 1 00
Christian pcoplo in our own communi
ties been unmindful of their special re
sponsibilities in rcferenco to tho work
of evangelizing tho (Jlnnese.
The Christian families into whoso
service there riMnositini' f (he'd Chi
nese a scoro and inoiu of e.iia ago, did
what Ihoy could to instruct them in
English and to make known to them
tho way of life thiongh Jesus Christ.
Ono of theso early converts united with
tho Fort Street Ohm eh. Ten united
with the Dethcl Church; for from tho
very first Kev. Dr. Damon has fakon
special interest in tho social and reli
gious welfare of the Chinese. A
school for teaching English was open
ed at tho Bethel uuuor Mr. Duns-
combe, from 1870 to 1880, 2 18 Chinese
received instruction in English three
evenings in every week. The bomd
of Education, ou application from Dr.
Damon, granted in 18G9, $20U antiual
Iv, in aid of the school, increased in
1879, to SHOO. In January, 1880, the
Hoard of Education engaged Miss l'ay
soti as an English teacher in the Chi
nese School, held in the lower room of
the Chinese Church. The school was
begun in September, 1880, by the
Cliineso Y. M. C. A., who sent to Cal
ifornia for a Chinese teacher. He was
not able to speak English, but taught
thu children to icad 'Chinese. Ho re
tuied to China, and another teacher
was found in Honolulu. He teaches
Chinese in thu mornings, and in the
allcruoou Miss l'aysou teaches Euglisln
The school opened with 17 scholars.
There are now 89. Miss Payson was
formerly connected with the Mission
of tho A. D. C. 1 M. iu Foochow,
China. Slio came to Honolulu, through
tho kind agency of the Americuu
Board, who rocommonded her to us and
paid her travelling expenses. Miss
L'aysou has ulso an evening class of
Cliineso young men studying English.
The Honolulu Y. M. O. A., by ad
vice of Kev. Dr. Damon, took up Evan
gelistic work among the Chinese ns a'
department of their Christian work.
A Sunday school for teaching English,
and so affording an opportunity to
teach Christian truths, was opened in
the vestry of Foit Street Church, the
fiist Sunday afternoon iu January,
Nov, 18 For window glass
" 231 piece of cotton
1 pair of shoes
8 papers of tea ....
9 pounds of sugar.
10 pounds bread
Nov. 27 For rope
For nails ,
Nov, 20 For rope.,..,
Dec. 4 Rope
Paid for permit for passage
Freight nail patmugc
Rico for seed
To Bro. Kddy
For Sickle , ,
1 bottle o gin..,,.,.....
Handed to Kullll.une..,..;
fcnirn tlnti in 11 ui iwp lintirtt'
.'"lU" V UIMh. 1
tunes. The hymn book used, is one
published by tho Presbyterian Mission
iu Shanghae. The Chuich has pledg
ed Sit Moon tho acting pastor, a salary
of $480, though tho Church members
are with two or thico exceptions very
poor, mostly day laborers, and cannot
raise moie than $300 themselves. The
rest is paid by a few Christian friends,
who have pledged themselves to sup
ply what may be lacking of the salary
A Chinese Young Men's Christian
Association was organized iu 1877, imp
duly chartered, according to law, Nov.
13, 1877, undor the name of ' Yqu
Iluwk Jihu Taw Hue." It has now
u membership of 131, not all residents
of Honolulu. It occupies the premises
No. 90 Nuuauu street. Tlio upper
trout room is a Social null, with
tu res, tables, chairs, books, &c
lower room is a ciockery store, man
aged by the Association, and the prof
its spout in various w'uyb in promoting
Evangelistic work among the Chinese.
The rear building is a wure-hoUso unci
lodging-house. Tho Association has a
regular monthly meeting for business,
besides maintaining its own devotion
al meetings, Sunday noon and evening,
immediutelv after the Chuich services.
It is to these meeting-) that they bring
uiuir countrymen, ami iryioieau mem
to tho acceptance of Jesus Christ us
the only Divine Kedcomer for siuful
men. This Association not only helps
iu thu support of Sit Moon, but aids
aitu Niiiiiiuaics ine lueuiu minus ui
Christian Chiueso located at different
points ou tho other islands.
It is evident that the Christian Chi
noso uro ready uud active in doing
their part iu maintaining Christian or
dinances and Christian institution
among their country men. Nor huvu
tion of the Advisory CoralnUtco ap
pointed by thin Bomd, Feb. 4j 1879,
that tho Cliliic?e Church was organ
ized. Repeated clforts huvo beet)
mudo through correspondence with Dr.
Happer. of Canton, and others, nnd by
personal solicitation tosccuro some one
competent to tnke charge of this vid
and open Held of Christian labor, hut
hitherto with no success. In the good
Providcnco of God, just at this junc
ture, we huvo lately welcomed home
the son of ono of our own members.
Mr. F. W. Damon lies returned after
five years' nbscucc, to I ho laud of his
birlhi IIo comes with nil the high
powers God has given him, developed
aim pcrieciuti in ineuiscipiiiieui scnooi
and court and travol, after years oftho'
best culture that modem society can
givo. Ho comes ready to coiisocruto''
all to tho scrvico of tho Divine Kc
dccnior in laboring for tho elevation
and Christiaiiizatiou of tho Chinoso'
whom God's Providence has recently
brought in such numbers to theso Is
lands. This Board has invited him to
take charge of this department of
Christian work iu behalf of our
Churches nnd for tho furtherance of
Clnist's Kingdom in this world, and
he has consented to do so. It now on
ly remains to tako suitable action for
tho proper organization uud maintaiu
iiuco of this department.
Your Committee think it unwise to
impose any additional pecuniary obiitfa
Hon upon our enfeubled HnwwniAki
Churches. This Board wns originally
established for the management of tho
missionary worn uimoriuKon oy Ha
waiian Christinas, Tho following sta
tistical tablo will show what change
have occurred in tho relative ability of
Hawaiian Churches uud the foreign
Era Beuon, Z. Snow, two of th twely, with Joseph F. Smith,
Aliny Smith audB.njinnn ClnflT, high priests, arrived hert from Ball
-. .t u l ,.or "" Prpos of m!og tb Uod c
over to the church, for whom it had been procured.ut tbU Mr. Gi
iTij ; ' """"un'tr uwt it was
:.. 1.:- ........ L- ..1. u
hold on to it. Ho wn tbn scommuomtod from the charch bj e
Bt ortty toU of the satir mmbfi. '
.To b Contimted).
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Wt It 1.21b lHl.W7 Vt H (40
Custom Ijousu Tables.
Ar. DB. Add
lilt XilO llf l,4l ln(bM
m t ill j,aiT Jnortml..
1M1 3.074 It ,tl
Th (mUr pari U MUltioo f Um CktlrttM U
mal wauK lb Ctaln. ku cow Iron Umm tnlo4
on Jr ttt Hti.uUU tod luh MIwIom. W otr mack fc
Ilia iuUlnt klh U MlutOMrt. MfetlU)T m.
Ltokkr luTdUm UlkClilMMliuatuiU. ullk)r
r hmIIjt of Ui Ubdriu tlw, m4 wwlly kkk imo
pi. ktMd wkoot w4 Ik CmImw w Ittw U Ik him
kl ol rn.pH.. u UIwmo Mu Trtrt ta4 KoUk, k4
UU I nl buci I f nil tiiccM.
1872. J. B. Atlierton Ksq., acted
Snporiiitciidant, assisted by a corps of
volunteer teachers, one for every two
or three scholars. It was suspcn'dod
during a gi eater part of 1880, but was
resumed again in the Chinese Church
iu January, 1881. On tho return of
Mr. Fiank Damon to tho Islands, ho
has interested himself in this enter
prise and secured additional teachers
as well as u large increase iu the num
ber of scholarsT It was through tho
efforts of the Y. M. C. A. that Sit
Moon was secured to actus colporteur
among the Chinese. Ho came from
California at the recommendation of
Dr. A. W. Loomis, and began his la
bors May 16, 1875. When Sit Moon
returned to China in 1878, to bring
back a wife, his place was supplied by
Sat Fan, who had boon several years
under the instruction of the Khenish
Mission, but had come to tho Islands
J aaai,1coiitract .laborer... Through tbo
the Y. M. C. A. but Ian was sent to
Muui, to act as colporteur ou that Is
uud; Wong E was sent to Hilo; uud
llo AliPui to Kauai. None of these are
now in this service, for good and suf
ficient leasous that need not now be
detailed. Ho Ah Pui atpiesoilt is en
gaged as tho Y. M. C. A. colporteur
for Honolulu and Oahu, uud is prov
ing also an o.xcollout teacher of Chi
ueso (Canton dialect) for Mr. Damon.
Thu diiect paiticipatiou of the Ha
waiian Board iu the work of Chinese
Evangelization lias been mainly in up
propriatiug'from time to time special
grunts in aid, as individuals, or the Y.
Al. C A. made application tor such aid
from tho Boaid. In 1809 tho Board
made a grant of $200 to tho school es
tablished by S. P. Ahioug, and after
wards conducted by Mr. punscoinbo.
For nearly two years, 1800, 1870, the
Board employed S. P. Aheong, or
Ahionii, us iv colporteur among the
Chinese ou tho various Islands, paying
him uu annual salary of 8800. Ho was
previously a storekeeper iu Lahaiun,
but hud, under tho touching of Miss
Mury Groen, renounced heuthonism,
nnd taken up Christian life uud duty.
Hov. C. B. Andrews recommended
hi in to tho Board, and on receiving
his appointment as the Board's colpor
teur, he gave up his business uud de
voted himself to the Evangelization of
Inn countrymen. He left tho Islands
May 20, 1870, expecting to spend a
year in China, and then return. But
ho never came buck. Ho died iu Chi
na, and his widow, a Hawaiian woman,
returned in 1880, and now has her
homo again 011 Muui. Tho colporteurs
on Muui and Kauai received each 9100
annually from the Board, tho Christian
com 11 1 unities on thoso Islands paying
the remainder of their salaries, 9300
each uunuully. Tho foreign Church
at llio, bus supported a Chiueso col-,
portour for two yours, Tho lyobulu
uud Pahala plantations huvo each a
Chinese teacher and preacher, iu their
employ, enrolled on the books of the
company and roceiv'mg regular month
ly wages. 28 Cliineso have united
with tho Hawaiian Church in Kohala,
011 profession of their faith, during tho
last four yours,
It is evident from this historical
statement that tho work of evangeliz
ing tho Chinese population of theso Is
lands has not been neglected,, yet nei
ther has it beou thoroughly systematiz
ed uud as earnestly pushed hs is practic
able and desirable. The Chiueso pap
ulation has mora than doubled iu the
lust three years. The Honolulu Y.
M. C, A. find their sympathies und ef
forts called out more in tho direction
of labor tor the welfkre of young men
now corning in such numbers, to seek
employment, and a home in' thee Is
land. This Board hu, by vote e v.
erul tires placed on record the deolar
tiiiou of its resdinew to do whatever,
is needful uud expedient in caring for
this Urge ud iwpofUnt.elemeutofour
Kuultiou. It was under the direc-
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Since 1872 tho Hawaiian eoutmn
tious have fallen year by year. 'he
foreign lesiduuts, that first gave ono
fifteenth, now give one fifth of thl foe
Yet it must bo rcmom bored alsothat
thore are at picsuut many uud prejsihg
calls ou the Clnistian libemity t-uJiii "
community. Oahu College needs' ut
least' ?50,O00 for proper enlargoinent.
Tho Y. M. C. A. building fund buinU
ready secured subscriptions to the
amount of 12,000, and will require
$15,000, besides a largo aiiuunl ostlay.
Tho Honolulu Library Association
wishes to put up a building us soon as
$12,000 can be beeured. J
As an indication of tho rendhjless of
the Chinese to welcome Christian ef
fort for their enlightenment in Chris
tian truth, it is worthy of munticjii tiitit
at the httlo Hawaiian Chapel iiPalu
ma, a suburb of Hon6lulu, twcill'iour
Chinamen eamo in to hear tho Ckineso
colpoi tour p teach to tbcmt The
sixty Chinese in tho priion,.oia
in trio hospitul.vwhoiT'- r
rt-Kj. .wijvivuui utm rtmtjK
JNor must we forget that wlllrV ifrr'
WOl'k nf (UirlHtlillllinir tlm MJ. J"
resident on theso Islands has Jkmn
into great iniportanoo, and istntiute
ly connected with tho future prosiierity
of the Hawaiian Kingdom, the reflex
influence of our work hero on-tb. peo
ple of China, is also bocomiugu matter
of great importance. When tliero
shall bo more direct und frequent, in
tercourse between Honolulu undfloug
Kong, wo ahull hear eveil rriore fre
(inently than wo now do, of the itiflu
onco of our work huro'on Misaioiiary
work in China.
Iu vioir of- the,icts now prjsi)m)etj,
your Committee would raco-miaoud the
udoption of tho following, resolutions:,,
1st. That a special eti'ort J mud
to secure at least, 2,000 iMilvt to
bo spent under tho directifwtfeof this
Board, for thisdoimrtmentMf'Ghist'nui
Evangelization; that 'theA. SQ1 VJ
ai. oe usKea to assist 'iu tji work- by
a grant in aid, erf 81,000 unnually; uud
iiiui, ui icuni, ?itvvi ug ruiauii Hcoilg mo
foreign residents coopert'iinr WiibtbU
Board: to be expended us, follows! viz:
300 for, tho salary of a Chiuq col
porteur for Honolulu and Oajiuj ,60t
for travelling und incudeutal. iiiises:
1,200 for the salary of;Mr. 9,. W
nion, who is ,t'o huvo cbarg -ff,rthia
whole work, Under ttiodirectiotioi the
Homo Committee of theiJoartJ.' Ut
2d. That ettort be t'as'ci atW
socuro three Chiueso olportHir
Hilo, Makawao and Kalisl, respective
iv .. iw. u,.i,i'u..4.i w.. u...-i 'Lt-ja...
nities, aided if neediiLbj;vlicm
gninis iroin tin uoiirn, i ,i,
8d. That the Chnstfatr GUiese n
Kohala, Hilo uud, Makawaoi. birf
couraged and urirflfd tsaWukWiibU
to orgapizo, ineach of hosf tiistrlcts,
u Church, witfi a pastor aud ibbueo of
worship of thjeirown. t
4th, That; Cliiuose yoang men of
suitable gitWj bo'souklitont'uiid'pot in
training tewf Kvungeiistie worlj'Jauioug
Uieir counftrymen, h
$lt -iThut a copy, of this. Ht'port b
aentt'illfe A.D(Xf;M4,U re
quest foirf, their approval, ,titl aid, as
above ifiggested, mtui, a Caraiwi4jii
from tliem for Mr. F. W, i)iHH Wtt
teachorfor the Chinese students in-tli
North Pacific Missionary Iiktsiliite
itespecttully submittiidj, c
o. to, HYwr
B. C. DAMON.
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