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W. T. Robinson. .... Vice- President
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.Manual and Industrial Work.
(By Mr. C. A. Abu-Donald.)
Perhaps it was 0' innate that I
w is unable to wrltf tWls )iiper before
s' flujr the title on thf printed pro-
pi-uiiirue. ldo not believe that, wlint
h.'id in mind to write wmild hint the
iK Hihiiji nearly so well ns you deserve
Mneli is written on rn.iiiu U train-
Inn, and much on imliiM r ial work,
out of the much Ilia ( i vmi, only a
kernel now and then inmrs fruit. It
is easy to say sometliii'rf. bot hurd to
iiy just the linlit, tin- liilpftil lliin-,'.
Manual training, niid iinHNlriul
wiii l; are verf difl'ereul in ilit-ir siiiiw
riie hitter uiin-4 to iii.tkt one pro-1
(n'n! in one of the iiiiiIw. The
nrinel' lnake.s uo of i lit phy-h-nl
i. llviti. s to aid the'sttiileiil i.' ict
in.' expressions neci s-u -y to tliu
in ijuiition of k nowlec'
In the eommon bi'lnls uutnu.tl
t.r.nnin' is lifi'did while Unit st rial
v i 1 1 llouid ho left for spi ei..l 'i-lmols
ijuiip.-'Ci for the pnrpoM n in inii.tt
Manual training; in tlie eonnnon
lehooUhas undoubtedly come to -la.v.
L.ere rl.Tays was and abvia.s will be
a place for manual triiuin in every
But you say how is this possible?
And we ask, what is your ide of
M mual training? If you have u clear
idea of what manual ti'iiiiiiiiy is, or
-hould be in your school, you will have
jittle difficulty in devising ways and
means to 'teach it.
Not even n plane, a tri square or a
saw is needed in many schools, to do
manual work. Even thouyh you have
nine of these things, you may still
make a beginning;.
You arc simply lo use the physical
activities of your children, in sjettins,'
experience necessary to the ucquisi
t'nn or knowledge. What are their
games' Bo the boys play ball? Teach
them to "Wike their own ball and
cover it. Have tnem make their own
oats. Arc they studying spelling (
Have, them make their own diction
aries and hero they can have their
lirst work in book-binding. Are they
studying Geography? Have them
model a stream( a mountain, a valley.
By means of manual work History
ean be made fascinating rather than
dull and in many cases almost mean
uiyless. Take for example, the land
ing of the Pilgrims, which wo have
J! just been teaching in connection
wilh tho Thanksgiving story. One
teitcher hail the children make lirst.
In eonncctinik with the sojourn'of the
Puritans in Holland, a windmill. A
ittle model was made of the May
flower. When she told of the babies
on board the Mayflower, they made a
cradle, and dressed two little dolls,
one Oeeanus, the other, Peregrine.
When landing, thoy made an anchor
and chain. Tri fix the idea of the
rude log houses, they constructor)
little houses. From Japanese niAnihi
paper- thry made the principal arti
cles of furniture for lhe houses.
Tliev braided 'strips of cloth' and
sewrd thrm into rugs.
The dny bi fore Thanksgiving the
.tory of the Pilgrims was aetul oul,
he b. j ri p-.esentiiig the fathers by
;eai jug bats, eollai;s aud cuff-:, the
.iris - fing the u other:., in krreliii fs,
ufN, boi'iiets, ijtid aprons.
Are lhe pupils drawing? Have
them cut out what they draw, aud
,'iave thrm cut without rlrav ing.
In the Arithmetic give the manual
part as well as the theory, and have
each buy, yea, and each gli 1 measure,
ai d, measure, and uieiisii-o.
'Iherels nubuGj et taught but thai
manual training w'.ll enKve.i and help
opt u u'p the mind .to a fuller know
ledge of the truth.
It is the natural order, through'
the physical lo the meutal, moral; and
zven spiritual rature.
Whn tuny will not appreeritt truth
the bettor bi cause he is required to
measure, and lit. parla ii.tu u uiiuk-?
What boy will not tal;e n keener
interest in Ins nrithrnetie. if lie has
from tht start, to use it m making
What, boy will not nppreeiato tidi
ness the mare, from having to keep
his desk in order!
Thp manual pert of life is o natural,
that it seems little short of cruel to
rob a child of its natural heiitnge.
There is no subject so easy m wlilli
to interest a ehjld. A healthy child
both wants to linn out things for it
self, aud muke things for itself. In
many instances the teacher need only
watch and direct, or suggest.
Tho great task ot tho lonelier is
to prqvido constant and consistent
change in the things that occupy tho
child mind. Without this, tho child
eoon wearies, and the teacher be
comes discouraged, and ready to give
Truthfulness, and care in work is
one of tho mo.st precious elements' oi
good character. Tho errors, slights,
and misconceptions of pupils cannot
escape dotection In manual training
as easily its In other branches, while
good, honest careful work will always
show for its real .value.
Individuality,. the immense impor
tance of which as an element of
rharneter we are apt to undcr-estl
mate, can be called nut and cultivated
by no method that does not partake
largely, of ilnveiition and autoproduc
tlon. No course is so well adapted
to meet these ends as manual train
ing. The influence of manual training
can always bo found in the games
and purMiits of those who have en
jiycd its benefits. Give such a child
a' knife, and a pieeo of wood, a pile of
sand or a luint) of clay and you will
fill its hours with plensure. Are
l.here any pursuits more to a child's
ItUiug timu whittling, playing in the
sand, or making pictures? With' a
definite purpose to make something,
villi suitable examples to follow, he
is busy and happy. Cheerfulness of
disposition becomes second nature.
Manual training further increases
the power to appreciate works of art
and architecture. These arc follo.vcd
only to the elementary stage but the
impetus given to the mind along
these lines is of the greatest value.
We cannot all becomn millionaires
but we can all become appreciative.
The happiness wo lose because it
lies beyond us is nothing compared to
the happiness that, lies at our doors
unused and unappreciated, because
of our lack of sympathy. We have
eyes, hut we have not been trained
to use them.
Manual training does not s top with
the child but should be provided for
in the later education of the boy
How often boys grow restless, tired
'of their books, and leave school be
fore they should. Lack of proper
outlet for pent up energy robs many
a bright boy of his best chances by
driving him from school just when it
should bo easiest for him to acquire
knowledge. The shop, with a few
tonls often saves such a boy. Give
him knife work if you have no tools
for something better. Have him
make a bow and arrow, a pad for
sharpening pencils, a spool for wind
ing twine, and a thousand other use
If you haye the tools, simple pieces
of furnituro can bo made, -a book
shelf, a corner shelf, a taboret', a
table, a chair, etc. The only way
and the best way to prevent a boy
from whittl'ug his desk is to give
htm something to whittle!
Part of tho manual work will, of
course, grow out of the needs of the
school room. Make oases for spect
mens, shelves for books. and models of
the many things that come up in the
history and the story work. If you
can only occupy the boy's hand and
mind at the same time, you have him
in his most rece'plive state. He will
drink in what you tell him with' the1'
least effort aud in tho .least time
Suggest simple inventions. Make
your manual work include mujh draw
ing. Draw cane cars, (if your school
is near a s igar plantation) and make
models of them. The work may be
ever so crude! but if you have start
ed a train of thought in the boy's
m'nd you do not know what the re
suit in'iy be.
Manual training should ba hailed
as the Declaration' of Independence
of the rights of children to acquire
knowledge in Nature's own way, and
at the same time, be free und' happy.
Oceanic Time Table.
Gaelic S. F,
Nippon Maru Yokohama
Ventura S. F,
China S. F,
Moanii .Victoria, B. C
Alameda S. F,
Nebraskau S. F.
Doric S. F.
Coptic. ,j Yokohama
Nebraskan.... S. F,
Hongkong Maru. .Yokohama
Nippon Maru. . . . . . S. F
Sierra S. F
Nevadan S. F,
Siboria S. F,
Coptic S. F,
Alumetla S. F.
Attorney John Richardson of La
hnlna was in town on Monday.
Captain Nlp.en,pf Puuncno was a
visitor In Wailuku on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Mun'sell booked
for Maul on Wednesday's boat.
Mrs. Manuel Ross and child went
to Honolulu by Saturday's steamer.
L. von Tempsky of Mokavno was
a visitor at the county seat on Tues
W. O. Aiken of Paia was a pas
senger to Honolulu by last Saturday's
O. Atvood, of Hoffschlaeger & Co.,
Honolulu is handling trade on Maui
tliis week. '
Hon. S. K. Ka-ne li prominent
Hawaiian attorney, of Honolulu, died
last week. .
CyruyT. Green has the cot tract
to build the now fish market on Kalua
Auditor-elect L. R. Crook left by
Thursday night's Mauua Loa, for
Auditor D. B. Murdoch' of A. & B.
left for Honolulu by Saturday after
Attorney James L. Coko left for
Honolulu on professional business by
last night's Kiuau.
Supervisor-elect T. B. Lyons re
turned from Honolulu on last Friday
night's Mnuna Loa.
Judge Edines of the Fourth Judicial
Circuit, Hawaiireturned from tho
coast on the Alameda.
W. Merlowitz, the veteran travell
ing man for several Honolulu lines
has. spent the w.eek on Maui,-
Barry, the'p'Ugilist, who 'is to fight
Jack 'Weedy at Honolulu in January,
arrived by the last Alameda.
George Angus of Theo.. H, Davies
& Co;, Honolulu returned, from the
coast on last week's Alameda.
John A . Hughes, of the O. R. & L.
Co., Honolulu, completed his work on
Maui and left for Honolulu last Satur
Dr. Ravmond of Ulupalakua came
down to Wailuku on Thursday, leav
ing for Honolulu on Friday night's
Fred S. Armstrong of Paia suffer
ed a severe stroke of apoplexy on
Tuesd,av evening and is still uncon
Civil engineer P. E. Lamnr of Wai
luku is in Honolulu, looking after the
award of contracts in which he is in
terested. ' . 1
W. L. Decoto of Laliaina left for
Honolulu by Saturday's Maui,, return
ing by tho same boat on Wednesday
Hon. Wm. White, D. K. Kahaulelio
and Rev. Ilihio of Lahaina were visi
tors at Wailuku and Paia last Sat
urday and Sundaj'.
Attorney Case of Wa ;u eft for
Honolulu on rirofrsionnl business bv
last Saturday's Maui, returning on
Mr. C. Hedeman, manager of the
Honolulu Iron Works, accompanied
by hls-wife. left Maui for Honolulu by
last Saturday's boat.
Governor George R. Carter nnd
Superintendent, of Public Works TTol
loway are booked, for o visit to Wai
luku between now nnd Christmas.
Mounted Patrolman Sam Leslie
was married to Miss Roslna Shaw
last Friday, and the brulal (pair left
the same day lor Hawaii on the. Mauna
Loa. ; ' ' '
Messrs Wood and Ashley of the
vou Hanim-Young Co. have spent
the week on Mnui, pilttiug .up tho
machinery for a rice mill at Wni-
Edward Mitchell Jones nf Honolulu,
charged with murdering his wife and
mother in-law, is on trial before a
jury -in Honolulu this week, nnd the
ftvidfhei already elicited is very
Attorney John Richardson, the
two Kahaulelios, T. B. Lyons and
others of the hpmerule officers-elect
went to Hana by Wednesday's
"Maui," to attend a big luau given in
their honor. 1
Harold Castle aud George II. Ren
ton, JK came over on Tuesday night's
Kiuau, armed equipped as the law
directs, and after speudmg the night
at tho Maul Hotel, Wailuku, left for
Mr. James Castle's country homo
above Olinda, on a lumtiug trip,
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO., LTD, Agents
Burglar. and Fire
We have Just received a large assort
ment oi the famous HERRING HALL
MARVINiSAFB CO'S safes. These safes
arc considered the very bust made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Theo. H. Davies Co., Ltd.
Tho ATTENTION of- the The Maui
trade is specially invited to the full
lino of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-wheelers carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.'
Now located in the Alexander Young' Building, and having by far the
finest Carriage Repository m the Islands. -' " "
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
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OUB WORK TELLS, THE STORY.
We have the facilities fordoing good .
work arid-we have the ability to plcaso
Send your 'films and' plates to us .and
not a detail will be lost in printing or
developing: . .
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
NEW STORE ON l?ORT.. STREET', HONOLULU.
Bisfflark-Stable Company, Ltd
VHSej. it n Crt
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
' New Buildings, New Rios, New Teajis, New' Maua;eiiknt.
" The BISMARK STABLES Co. propose to run
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Busies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
' Scyf t Ed lirst class rigs and teams, nnd cgmpetont driver
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IS YOUR PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD,
GOODS OR MERCHANDISE INSURED?
, IF NOT? AHY NOT?!.
IN CASF, OF FIIIG, WOULD YOU BE A HEAVY
. LOSERV WITHOUT A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY.
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD,
General Agents of The Insurance Co otf North America,
The Now Zealand Insurance Co., Tho Wocliestor Piro In-
suranco Co., Tho Canton Marine Insurance Co., .Tudd Bldg,
Honolulu, H. T.
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