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",orjT tr-...-', E-i'ch-r, ! Li:.k-r
S O X 1 O iS !
Of nil edacities an-1 D:rn-:-r.-.Iori?.
AT THE A.M FACT IKE iV.S Li:AN II II ;t -K vX THE
t'.UKK MiS X II I T III.VSO.V.
V t.;' r:.-ry r:., Fr.v..-"j-r
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skwlvg .iiacujlves :
OPV Of' TIIE KKl'ORT OF TIIE
C'; "IiTTEE OF AW.CL':,
FAIR OK TIIK .t.MKKK.'.i.V INSTITUTE.
NEW YORK. O'T-.e,
T-J THE HJ'KLSLh itUI.Mi MACIII.NE CO.. Foil I HE
Li.?T FAMILY .-L'.VIXi MACHINE ; lilOHEsT
IKEMICM ;;!. MEOAL.
lt. Ju '.a-i j ar. I ;:r-i: r: of work.
liJ. I:t cii r: r r ;.-rn t sttcr.-, .r:
Th'tif- r-:, i?ir ojrit'r f riin thr work
t- :.; Ki-'ht or to tf.r Irft, cot rr-r.kiH.e of
4:h. T;. I'-rf-1; Fi; ar.J 5uVsUi.tia.l Eii-otr ia wLici :he
t:f TTji raj.il.tjr cf woriir.?, ir.l Q-ii:.": cf tie Wcrk
-.h. 1:4 lf-a.!j J tin Urt'.',n.
iti:roiiT or tup: committi:
Stilt e JSi i r o f a I i To rn i :i ,
ORK.XCE SKW1.VC MACIIIXK ftrr
c-r-jfal i.-.Ttititlon of NE".7 ar. I IiE 1'TIFl'L
5IACHIN E. iTWir.r t H w Jo in m-cfir.icsil j.ir.l rw, j
s cofkl-:r it i in 0.407 rj--ctj worthy of rcucf. ri!-r, i
I rt.r uUr jr of iu iu-ctar..cJ arrar.-nj-r.t t y l.:-.h the J
iri our .'.uion W' rt.'.y of -c!l c.r.:.!rru;i' :,: a:-. the
COMPLETE .':! I'..-ITIVE OXTfc'jL OVEK THE TEN- j
M'J.V. .i eii.iOitr-1 in tlii Marhirf, r:; wi'. th ic:cl.ar.;'.-4l j
rrinrBr.t f.r ti.-; op the U' k of th- thm.1. as was j
t how iia .-w.r;. w.lhout any ;urrLi'n, at.. I without ar.y st..p- I
cf M. hi: -, f..n llt FINI--T LACE Vj I'jl'it THICK- I
N t )' LE TH EK. j
Vour Co-u.iru;'.'--, t;.rf.r-, f:-r a ti it arI cjrfol I;.v-ti- j
rt;oti. c-.r... J- ri: ONE OF THE I:FT ANI Mo.-TIMK-
T ANT IMI'KOVEt MACHINES t.-,m ir, u?. tj.-r-f .r-. in j
f j- i f H futi. rl it tt, Fl ItST rl HICH. '
SA.Ht'i:i ISIM,, General Aent,
X. II MOXTO.MEItV MKKKT,
SAN FKAN CISCO.
JAMES C. 8c Co.
Miippin and Cniiniiiioii
5 t It O X T ST It V. ET, CO K .XEUJ.ICKSO X.
SAN FUAXCI-CO, CALifOKMj. y,-j
JANION," GREEN" & MODES,
Virloria, Vanrainr'. Ilnul.
N. B Far.icuUr attention t ail too ri-i.'r.meun of
VictrU, V. I.. Janmry l.lirI
J. r. .-HUD iV.
ARMSTRONG, SHELDOH & GO.
Pioneer Lumber Eealer !
CXI OX LTMIHIIIK YAH I).
Corwr (alifirrla a-.J h.Ii FtretK i"A 1-1 Xz:Ut Siretl
SCCAIl I'l.XE, EAMEKX IM.XK. WHITE
ANI AIL KINDS OF RUILuINO MATERIALS CONSTANT
W. A. !LfR:CH.
J. c. vo.e:il,
ALDRICH, MERRILL rY Co.,
i!0-l snI UHi 'iillf oi-iilii street.
AI.-O. AOKNTS OF THE
San Francisco & Honolulu rackets.
Particular atttr.tir.-n cirentothe w!e anl i-urcha-e ot nier
than.li. hij" tM:..-..3, su;.j!iinjr whaUships, ne--otiatiiii
f All freight arrivi' 1 at San Francisco. J y or to the Ho
D-.luia L r.e of I'cketi, will ,c forwar leu rut t,r con mi-.-i j
I e" Exchange on Hon-.'.aia nought and ioia. J
Mesn. C I- P.icgnai .t Co., Honoiu'.u
II IlfiFCLB A; Co.,
44 c b.vc
Dr. K. . Wood,. ...... ....... .r....
ioti. y 11. a lux. ............. '
It C WiTHUij, Ea.,
..I S. 1
Iuiprlrr of Oplirnl. .Mnllirnmlirnl niid
CARTES DE VISITK.
JOSEPH KObGEIlS i SON'S
h xr i j-: 11 1 o it c : r is 1-: iiy.
rttLisnics of pqiimripbs of caliioiima.
Nos. 3tT anl 3 I ! Montgomery strft. I" tw.-n Caiiforr.ii
an.l I'ir.e tre. t. San F"r.i.icisc. an.l No. 1 3
M ii lrn Lane. Nc York.
HA VK lOllSll.KTIIK I. A It; EST STOCK
on the I'scric '.i;..t. coeiitlri.T 1:1 j.t.rt as f.Kow :
71i .I..z-n ."I'ECTACLES, ia ;.,;. 1, silver, i-ttel an.l Piate l
S5.I.n KVK C.LAf-L . in (Soil, Silver Steel, Hum,
f nt-!l an l Knt. lr tr;iru-.
1 n tlliii: 1; II IV. ii;iLK.s.
Wi!..z-n M'MTACLK liLASsr-S, anl Lit A7.ILIAN
2-V .I .s- n ?I'ECTACLK an I EYE GLAs-t CAsKS.
Z)i oirrA an.l Marine iia-Ae.
T.i Te'.r-eo- an.l ."-y ;'.a.-o 3.
--" 'Vqh-n Marti:fy:n J:.asei.
J .1 ricn l'.-k-t Compa-es.
T.'Z'r Ilaml "itr-s,ij.
"i KeT.rfins ",tfreo-tj.e.
'JJj il fjrn ?o-r',c'jic View.
Irawinrf In.-:r'iii.ent. in (irnuan Silver an.l Brass.
l:.uxi an.l Ivry Sca!-.
Mnrnci,4 in rvery Style.
'-U0 Ia-nt.tic Ma.'t.ina f.,r Mcaic.tl Qrj.oi, .
An r.i. It ir.'n.t-tt-r.
UO..V1O Car I rh' tMimph.
' w Allium I iet.ir.- in oil c.' r.
io.l.rxn I'r.w.n C.ir.l Frarr.t-.
Jo- h K .l:. r tr S.n's Ct'TLEKY
1 il'rfn TaMe Knivr.
i) ilozr-u I'.n ket Knives.
1 J i.z-i Razor.
ttt il. z- n ItaZ'.r Stroj..
1 Jo ili.z-n
CIssoKS in c.-.
10O ilwzen (iy rose.. po Ton
lo loa n TliTmoiiietTj
i.i!-.z. ii Hy!n.mt-r.
T7 COUNTRY TKAEKR will ronalt their own intrrc.t
l.y rsaniir.t::? our?t''-k an.l Frioe hf..re pur.-hasirij.' !-5h. re.
. oI'.DK.:s Fl'.iM THE OfNTIIY 1 r..raj.tly r.xecute.1
r CATAIf;tEi sent to any a.I.Ire-4 Frkk. .ft
v. I Ir. .-i
LAU UEXCK Ac IIOI SK WORTH,
X'om. 31? iiimI 3 IO Muiiiuuiery Street.
SAX FKAXCISCO. 4ti0-ly
2 f i
KOHLER & FROHIiir G,
CKOWEKS OF AND DFMLKKS
is r zsr r y.
c,'G .MnMf;o.Mi:itv sTiti:i:T,
j McCraken, Merrill & Co..
I i't In uI, r-gn.
a v 1 sa ij ek v f: f; a c k i i n o f r i k f:-
r. a T.r- r f .-.; I ;;. !::,.. wr rr 5 r-,.r-i t rrc-Iv-
C tT . Ac. t- llvd.-.taj. ..-..t t-.-i-i .y i
1 ,t li.r r- z -! n.a.-fc-t. :.. J. .., i- r.r.l att-j.;:. r-- j.a:i,
At A wf.ch o.-h !v4-.ct! b- w.hca r-..,u;.-r-i.
S.4S FKiyr:v-j Kf.FFf-.f 5C?:
Ch-. W. ti. Co., r .'i I.ir.I-Urr,
J. J'ltr.c A: Co . Frc 1. .'irr..
W. T. C'S.rca k Co.. ;::vc:.. Unr i Co.
I' KTI1I RlFi.Kt.SCi.-:
Aiii Lis. li i 1 Jt T..to:4. Le'-r;r J & Greta.
II Lrir KlFlilncl:
Walker, A: u Co., 2. 5av;3.e.
CHI:. woLCvIT W. FkUt LAIZ, LillD F. i?ALL..'il.
tllAS. W. BROOKS & CO..
HAWAIIAM PACKET LIKE
iietw f: f:.v
OFFICE 51 1 Naiiuuii'Si.,curiier Mcrrhaiii
fJ UtTICl'LAU A JTE.NTIO.V (ilVKX K
tfiv Par-! . I"..- ij.j.iii-t.t i ?..!-.. f M-rchat.ij;c ; i. i .
fifllnuil Trar!-h:;.i:.rrjt of 1. ; th- Ch irt-ri:.if ar:l t
of Vrv:l- ; th- sui..!yi:.!r of Whai-ship? ; aii 1 the Neb'ot:at:
Exchange on Honolulu in suras to suit.
ADVAXCKS MADE O.N ( ().iGX.MKX TS.
j J as. IIcsseweli. E.-., l; .ton
' Hj.:nrt A. Yt.-..r;: ,v Co.
r.ttj. r.s'vw,E. ., -
C. Y.r : K Cm., "
P.:-f-p .V Oi., "
Th SFi.s-7r.K, Fn . II.I i.
Al 1 m 4- C'o, K .r.
Hi TLtH, S:-k -".,
?tTT-. A; C').. -" York.
W. H. F..o . .t Co.
II. Fi..'j v C.... Shafi.-ha.
M't"jiAiCt..v. Mf:h:i.i. .v Co.
I. r.! i..l. urtifin
ft B. tllLlV.
. it M r -
ARIWES $i DALLAM,
I.Ml-"i:TEI,'S AND Jol;;;F Rs OF
WOOD AM) WILLOW WAHE,
HKIMIES. TWINES. COItOAOE. J-c.
AND M A N 1" FA C T L" R LI; S OF
California Pails, Tubs, Brooms, ice.
-il7 AND SACUAMr.NIO STUEKl'.
Ii'.tr-a Froi.t a:. 1 Davis,
sax ricAxinsco. em
OIf; IM SI . NESS AT 'OS III SII ST. SAX
M 3 FI;NCL-C, i-3-r Lis -rvues to his fr.-:..ls "t the
Hawaiian I-iatiij as L.H
a. a e t
For trr.-actir l,u-lt-cr.t.tiori
1 f ti
f.I'.ir or l-.r.-, w. 1 f rw.ir.IIri any
aa I i I (I. cute ar v cou-rriiioii J ii:-
tru-:-'J to Liia .;h ji i
His cinr.. wi.i 1 c u
'A se rvice rei.-ierol.
-i.t au'i i r.ji..ji'.!;r-i.
rate a:.-i if j" rti'.i.;. t"
Commission Blerchants !
Victoria. Vancouver Island.
Tnn IIov. lit d-onV Rav Co...
M'5rs I..vl. Oibb & Co... .
M--s-r. Wii.kkh, Al.LKN A; Co.
Mr. JlKK I. D'.WifcTT
Victoria, V. I.
........ shm F'rarieisfo.
5. CfcrfflTTS MokOAS. C. S. HJTiiAW AT. . F. 8TO.
MOH(;N STOXK k CO.,
C mm:sSon an.l Forirarlin Merchants, san Francisco, Cal
R k r k k r. sc es
T. S. Hathaway Es, New LV-.ifor
Mc??rs. T. ti A. K. Nye,
44 S'jrift Ac l'erry "
' Orinri.-II Mlnturn A; O'o., New York
J.hiM. ForV-s E?-' , I'...t.n,
Messrs I'erkir.s Ai Smith N, w I.,.n l .r
Daniel C. Wat. rn.an lis-j li-,i.olulu.
Ward's Perfect Fitting Shirts !
rjMIF.'si: SHIRTS .iRE loo Kiionn
" ti---I ar.y coiniiit-iit. Loth f..r i-rf-ct fit :tr..l oulitv
un ru..iy on i.aii. a 1-0. ir.p i.iri'
furoi' l.in on the I'acific coast,
au'l joj will never w.-kr any orh n.
r.. . - . . .. " . '
t i-x:V of fiit fn-e
Try cue of his Shirts
IU. IV A IS Jt SO A.
323 Montgomery Street,
O.I.I 'llu', Hull, S.i
New York Il-ju-e, .';7 Ilro i l ay.
THO. J. PolLTKHIB. W14. M.
H. C. IloWSlXQ.
JONES 1k BENDIXEEM,
SAX I'KANCISCO, C'A LI TO J X I A.
Wliulonle (.roci ry Auction House !
F-ST.l:I.ISIIKIi IN lS.'ill.
Siilr.raoui, Kir .rool llrirli ItuiMin. N'o.
-' Cnlifornirt Slrrci, io doom
S VLE L-AYS ,
. Tl'K.-D.lVj Asa Ft:t.AVS.
Lr C:ili Ailtiiiin h I; lion M-rrh;in-
t- '.Jf C r,i.'Mi.i 1,1 f.,r T.ll:.! ..f i.r.v... t-.l.. ... I '1
cercaiiole htci.ttics r . i lvre.l roiisii.ors.
K-.f. r 1 y iriaij.i .n t-
JH'-r. l. 1 Knii.ii-.r.s ,v fo
H. I'. Jt r-r.. E- j
Me?ri. 1CoI)kat .V C-
I'iicm.r, UriLK I'd "'
. .. II'.lK.IuiU
. ..san Franc
44 - M.-R.MN, ."Ti.NK .V Co -
44 I'lo-us, I'kWVi.f tr Co '
Tank if Uhiti.-h Cot. t wbh 1.
Tlic 8jii.ei.iiiieI have
lOIg SALK I
p.LISII STKAM COAL.
NAN AINO COAL, LL.U K.-MITII's COAI
II EST ASSORTED II A R IROX.
Composition for C'oipored Vi'- .el.
A FEW IKON" CltOWI'.AKs,
LIoliT IKON KAII-- Foil UAILWA Y TKACKS
One VI Horse Tower Horizontal
st 1: a: xi i:xf:ixi: axi noir.i:n
"'n JANION", UKEEX Co.
Sishop Staley in America.
fFf-t; the N. V. I --t, Ji:
The L'nzlish Mi-"ioii at the
The B'sh -.j. of Hon jIl
y f.-r I'-comlcr. pr.p
'j-je.:i jni with rt-sicei
t::e Hawaiian Isiar.-i?.
ilu, in t!.o C.v-r.-.;i .1
.und- and answers a
to Lis El
v e c j not r.
e to revi-w th-
Utt-.Titi . M to t!
art;.:!--. Lut .niv Z j cuh
itisU'.T. ia r...
tints worst lirn it was
uu-i.-r L'-at!:..-n:r:!i." H-. claii;: tl.t this r .
tsj,;:niti .r ar-.e frcrn an cxr rt-.-;on iu.id u?c
tj- L;ia at
i. i.urcri t!i-. It..: ;ri..ti -n :
t!.at "cv..-n in h-.-ath-.-n dav t!:'.-re w..re certain
in ti c authority ot
i:.e Turt.:.t over
uau;;.i:r, iiic.i I ."C 'lit-. 1 tr.at '.v, 7 c
t;;;iii:,ati .'n whi.-h ruw. in Ci.risti.iii tiines, to
"jf s..aliie be It Said, U rS CXl
i t:. re. i: was
1:1 li'i wis' !niT.:ir.-ii ri f.:Ar ,.n ti
the j-art of the
J . . - . u . b W
Now u haj.rjt.-J that our re rt-.-r, a regular
church att'.-i.dat;t. Was in his accustoiaed .-ut at
the Church of the Incarnation on the t-vciiiii !
the liish.j. deiiv.-red his address. lie r.ot oiiiy ;
listcn-d tj the lJisi;OJ.'s Words, but With J. hollo- 1
graphic rapidity jott..-J theru down in black and
wh.te. After .-peaking of the sup-.rlltiui Chris- :
tianity taught by American mi-.-i ji;ari s, the :
Kis'iop said : Ii it had b on what it ouht to
have been, surely the morals of the people to-day ;
would not 1h- ten times w..ie than they were ,
under the heathen system."' " !
In commenting ui-n the words, we character- 1
I ized them as hard stateaicnts if true. Two daws ;
lat-r, at the request of the Bishop, we puhlis';e-J
his elaborate rej ly to our report. In it he made :
no disclaimer nor allusion to this quotation. If ;
our rep-rt was so 44 grossly exagrut.il," he !
should then have taken exception to it. !
This exj.res.iion r.f iihop Staley, however, i
d s not b'-ar the characteristic of nveity, nor is !
thi the lir.-t occasion on which he has gheii '
utt-;rarice to the same sentiuv nr. We have on ..;sr I
table a copy of his Pastoral Add.-e-s' deliVer- d i
in Honolulu January 1, lsGo, and afterwards j
published. a- he stat- s in the preface, f jr circul.i- j
ti'.n in Kiihmd and the United States. In thi". 1
as we shall show by est net from it, he indulges !
in the same kind of assertions which he now
denies having made in New York. Unjiigesol .
and j'2 he sas : j
It U v-ry .:i:fu ti thir.k that th-r? whs !v3 of t'.- f-.'trfI !
J ff .fr f j...;y..n.lry a:..l the c..rii;.tiou of g'.rU in the heut:.-.:i :
tiiaia in the Ct if:: ii days ( f this Ioi.:c."
Then, after citing tlie evidence of a native, as ;
t j the former state of thing, he adds :
" II kvJ't a I thi- i a't-re-l ri'.w is r.ot-riou hia th'...
hohicar.y k-j..ie l.-e of the h.il-iti f th-r j-t j.ir: a.-i 1 t;.
h:.i:e f r thf ' Ti: I -lo r."t h ':'. it- t-. IV. 1,:,, 1, ur-.t'.'-V '
Hi J-r-l by I'lir.t.iiii-iii. w..rkin j.nrtly l.y fiuty
. ir:ly I y the triiji- u U' reality uhicli it t c"ii.ii.-.iiiy l-.-tc-rs.
If it i f't'-l th it c :.:.n:t with fi.'i-rs h-i -rou.-!.i "i:.to .'..iy .
i:."d: a : -i i.i.faV-.ral'ie t ni r.i:ty. such as i.- ttr l. i
f .r-. o!7-r i - ot.i try i'i !u.-. inei.ts to i..ire:.:s t-ven t- .ro-ti- i
tutr th- .r '.u w.v.- a:i.l .!..! ireii. e ti.:iy ureiy r-.iy '.ha'. 1
J'ure I l.r st. ar.i:y ou:ht to Iiave at l-ri: rrv-iite.i an v t-ri j-
r the a.:
ce. if it ii 1 i. ji 1 r -!uce
a ehaii'- f. r the U.-11-r. Arj t 1 caiioot hut thir.k that a C hrii
tiniiiTy w. rkir. ' with at. 1 ii.re;t.ii th"-e liatural i:.-'.;:...t s
wlc.'h ! -1 J.U te l wiliii.'i US. an.l riot r:eki:i tooV- rri i
a:.-i cr .-h t!i' i:i, Woul-l hVe ii..ne
After this showing it is apparent how much
weight sh jti'd be given to the Bisliop's denial of
l is mi-si jii being an Koglish political sc!ie:ne. a
denial made in the ."ace of the established fact
that the overthrow of the
convention by the
king, was sanctioned by the Fnglish party, led
by the Bishop's church officers ; in lace of the
Jaet that the Bishop tills the anomalous pi .sitiori
of p.ri' st and member of the king's p.rivy council
and the board of education, and in the face of
the concurrent testimony of every American res
ident. j Kcply from llie I!i"ho; of Honolulu.
i To the Eiiturs if the Even in? Post :
1 replied to your Crst attack of November fth.
; Unahle to meet the facts which I tiien adduced,
. you sliiltcd your ground. Private character was
not safe from your aversions. An American
! gentleman who occupies an honorable and high
1 position in the Hawaiian government one, who.
' from being a churchman, incurred the enmity of
j hi" Corigregitionali-t Countrymen was villilied.
j True, fie was ahsent from the land of his hirth.
I .S much the better lbr his cowardly assailant. I
I naturally inferred that the private malice of
; some disappointed partisan having interests in
tho islands, whose unconscious dupe you were,
j had insp.ired your articles. It was evident my
j leing an Knglisliiuan (a name in which I glorv)
! Avas a difficult' in liuinc, say what I might,
j which no argument in your estimation could
I overcome. For these reasons 1 cased to take
I any further interest in your lucubrations.
I I'nder the iuipnitatioiis, however, of your
Thursday's issue, my silence might he wrJngiv
construed. I have again, theretore, to tresoass
on your space. 1 uia not correct 3011 r misstate
ment of my words when I wrote on the 10th of
November, because my denial was impliedly
stated in the general disclaimer I publis:i-d, f
any intention to sp-eak uncharitably of the early ;
missioiiaries. arid because I had other t ir-ies enon '!
to discuss. Allow me to correct you. It was 1
not 44 a report" which y-m printed, :us the term j
usually is understood. It was a leading article, !
in which the writer named, among mv other !
enormities, that of having used the phrase in i
question. Now I know what 1 should bo likely j
to say. I can generally trust my memory f.r j
what I have said when sj leaking ' it? mjrc. My ;
friends tell me I was imperfectly heard. Well", ;
what does it all amount to? Let any one read !
the .ote referred to in the Church Monthly, in f
the light of the passage which you quote fr..m
my review of the book of the Bev. I)r. Bufus j
AnderrOn, and if he is not bent ui pierverting lan- j
guag5 he will tsee wl at I was driving at. The 1
4,early contamination" in the note answers to the j
hj.rase 4The r-olvandry and corruption of "iris"" in !
the Il'i i'.ir. This was the one particular in which
the morals of the two periods were compared.
And while grateful for what the missionaries
have effected, recognising fully the bi-neJits which
Christian ci ilizati on on the whole has conferred
on the Islands, I am yet bound 10 tell the truth,
that in this matter things are worse now than
then. Why? Because the parents were respon
sible to the chief for the honor of their unmarried
daughters, to whom he alone could claim access.
Thi" was horrible enough, no doubt. But how
stands the matter now ? Let every Congregation
alist, eery Boinanist teacher there be appealed
to. I will abide by their decision. They will
tell you that virtue among the young women of
their fl cks is scarcely known ; that 44 professors"
and 4-non-prof. ssors" have been in the habit of j
prostituting their daughters for money to such a
degree that the legislature la.st year enacted an j
inter-island p.usspori system to p-ut a stop to the !
movement of girls from the country districts to j
the p orts. I deny that there was that extensive j
promiscuous intercourse of the young women j
with the heathen tu'wo, that exists now. j
And what have I ever declared to be the cause?
Not Christianity it-self. Not the missionaries in- j
dividuallv. Tfi-v sometimes strujruk-d iv-hlv 1
with the evil. But (1) the presence of licentious
foreigners; (2) the unsuitabhness of Puritanism
as the articular form of the Christianity first
introduced there fining and imprisoning for
f jrnieati n ; unduly forcing the religious "emo
tions; s .aietimes dio-ouraging ir.dii"trv, Soin- times
amusements. On age 141 of Dr." Anderson's
bode, be attributes the spiritual weakness" of
a particular district to 44 one of its former pastor
having given an undue proportion of time' and
strength to the mat-rial prosperity of the
pie." lb-re is a sj.ecimen of I'uritaiii-m !
I could relate, and y-.ur Congregational i-t
oracle, if he chose, could confirm, many instances
of the superficially of the Christianity g'enerallvas
now professed among the p- ,ple. But I forbear.
You rotum to your Anglophobia. The late
n-:!:-.;ti .n i d-:
a i ;r;v.
iit-r ar-- t!
::.i:,.r!: r ;inJ at '..rv.. v- :.t ral . tw
New Knj! n
n ti;o :-.ri:-r a l r.::unan, u.c
;:tn. ,.-TV.-r. All
i.t"r f-vt-n, in th- l'rivv .t:n -;l,
. -.it i t-'.-i:;! rt ti.'- ::.-v c
latter E :-c :a
th-? Am f:,Mo-.
a: - no-.' ; -ok th...
tuti n. a s -:i
J r .-noanemg it a
True, t! ... American
tan raitv. but th-v
aro r.'T..' t::r?
lo.-v 1 -yal t i
'. tii-.tt ac-
t.'.vir r.:T;ve an 1
c.i;::t. A : y-curr--r,t
r : , . . ,
all Ai::vr:o::!i r---:
. it l
it vaJuo wiii at i-ar in u t!:e
":r':it. amon othtT, lvturs
it iii-cn in
; :s countrv irom
Kingdom, whose c-iit-.-nts.
failv aeouit mA "f v,a;r
charge of ny l.- ir. h stile to the United Stat'-'.
Had it n t s", I should n t have seeurt-d
froui the S cr.-rary of State and the L...n red
Pr.-sido-nt ..f this rati n the kind and cordial
w-!c" me it was my hat piness very lately t r-C-r-ixe
fro: a tii-.ra in Washington, and which I can
r.ever f-rge:. Vours. ic
T. X. St a ivy, I), p..
Pish ..p of Honolulu.
Acc.rnr anying the forego;:. g, the editor of the
Po! remarks as follows .
The BisiJor ox Honoli lc. "e print elsewhere
a letter fr jm this gentleman. We have several
tilings to say to him yet, f r which we have not
time or space to-day. We will only new advise
him not to Jose his equanimity in this early stae
of a controversy which threatens t la-t some
time, and which may try him a good deal more
bef.re he t to the end of it.
Next we hear of Bishop Staley in Baltimore.
The felbwir.g is fr.-m the Bal:im...re Cmuurcial,
one of the leading daily j apers of that city, and
as it purports to be written by a churchman,
we in-ert it full :
Not One Dollar for the llishop.
Our city is honored with the presence of the
Ri-ht Kev.'the Bishop t.f Honolulu, who preached
last und ty jn ...ir Churches in ai J of an English
Mission at the Hawaiian Islands.
There is something so TK-ciiliar about this MI.
sion that we de-. in
passing notice. 1 1
it worthy of a few words of
is w.-ll known that for more
than lorty years the Sandwich or Hawaiian
Islands, have been under the christianizing influ
ences of American Missionaries. For nearly half
a century our self-sacrificing, pious men" have
devoted theiu-ehes to the ta.-k of redeeming this
--.' from barbarim. They labored zealously,
est tblishe l schools, taught the .eojIe to read
and to write, reduced the Hiwaiian to a wrirten
language, translated the
est iolislie.1 laws ami a government, and carried
on th- ir work with such success, that now the
Hawaiian ranks among the civilized r.ati .ns of
the world, with Here than fbrty churches, and a
larger number of church attendants in pruortion
to it.- population than we can claim even in our
Mie than this, they area Christian nation,
educating their own clergy and sending forth
native missionaries t the
less enlightened Pacilh
.S the work progres,- d, the Islands meanwhile
growing in commercial imtortance. At tist
they were the dep.ot of winter sup pli-.s lor Amer
ican whahrs, and m ore recently American ener
gy arid skill have developed their inesha'.isti'.de
agricultural r-sotirces. .""'ugar, coCee, riire and
arrowroot are raised largely. The exports of
sugar alone for the last year were over lo.nOO.OOU
Within the past few years, this prosperity has
attracted the euphiious eve of John Bull. A
self sustaining colony in the Pacific, midway
between the Cnit'd .States and China, was a
tempting plum. Kr.giand longs for a naval de
pot in this favored sp-ot. The United States,
the rightful mother of the Islands, was distracted
with a civil war ; Naioleon taking advantage of
this was carrying out his Maximilian scheme in
Mexico unresisted. Why." says John Bull,
'-shall not I put my thumb on" these Coveted
l-Iatids?" Then Commenced the work of in
trigue, able English diplomatists were sent to
the Hawaiian Court, and hi an auxiliary
was added !y license from (uoii Victoria, au
thorizing Bishop Staley to (staUish an English
Hawaiian Church. The Bishop went to the
Islands to cany out this object. He established
what he denominate.", tht
Keformed Catlu lie
j Church." a sort of religious nondescript, made
: up of the English Church beriiee, to which is
I added a f .nt of holy water, candles, an altar,
i p ictures and outward allurements fascinating to
the simple minded natives. Soon the Bishop
! becomes the King's cabinet minister and privy
j counsellor. Then English influence with the
i government increased, while American influence
waned. Americans were turned out of p-olitical
j office, and removed from the schools, s that
I to-d iy there is not a single influential American
j with a voice in the government a flairs.
This is tiie political aspect of this Mission.
-sow ni,iii nas 1111s .uision accomniisiud in
the line of its legitimate Missionary work almost
nothing. lew native have been Converted by
its influence. Few natives attend its meetings,
excepit officials seeking government patr.nage.
Its members and other." are almost exclusively
Englishmen. The natives do not want what
they call a 44 Deformed Catholic Church." If
they did, the same spirit and liberality that buiit
their forty churches ami sent out missionaries to
other Polynesian Islands, would supjlv that
want. A nation that can do such deeds ; a
nation that contributed more than lo,0L'0 to
the Sanitary fund, is not so poor :i to need our
aid in this matter. But if an Episcopal church
is needed, and we should assist the work, let it
be done through Americans, and not through
Englishmen savoring s strongly of political in
trigue. One of our American clerirvmen whom
100 s ivs is working in the isian-ls
has returned to the United tat
and says that 4 though Higli Church he is not
Low Catholic," and announces his conviction
that this Mission is no place for Americans. We
believe this Mission to be a p-urely political one;
the representations of every American icsident
on the islands confirms this belief, and with that
Conviction on our minds we accept the Bishop's
Words that he is 44 m- st obtu in his diplomacy
and impudent in his assurance,'' in Ix-o;,,., ,Jr
this object at American doors. L"t him go home
without a jii-nny of our monf-y in aid of this
English f-cheme. A Cm m iiman.
From ihe N". Y. Ever.h i: Pst.
Opinion of the Hawaiian
We p rinted a few davs ago a lett- r from the
London Daily .V ., in w hich some misstatements
of the Bishop, of Oxford in regard to the condition
of the .Sanowich Islands, and the efforts of the
Bishop of Honolulu w.rc exp osed. The follow
ing extracts fr.-m an article in the Ixrid-n j -man.
follows up. the same subject, and confirmns
the view we have taken of the question : After
correcting some of the erroneous statements the
Bishop, of Oxford the advocate of this mission
in En .land had made, the writer says :
44 The mission is in itself, to our mind, of a
most objectionable and even p ernici us character.
It is an attemp.t to graft on to another race some
of the worst f.-uture- of our own Anglican sys
tem. The wish to found .amission, in the proper
acceptation of the term, is distinctly and care
fully denied. This mission is removed by its
p-roiiiOt'TS to far higher ground. It is the plant
ing 1 ii foreign soil of a branch of the English
Church, to be known, not as a mission of the
'fiurch of England, but as the Church -f Hawaii.
It is an attempt, t!
Tetuate in those 1
icfore to establish and p-er-icifie
Islands the- imiand
circumstance, and we
and iniu"ti- of a slat-
While our colo-
change ot e
ni'.-s :ir- tin tht tat'? chureJi rTincirl'. anl
o.ir tu -re i.ivii'-t C5ltidIlS tit humtr are labor ins
:.-. it. r-r-cti..:i wit
!i t'i? ot-rraLiitv of
uiri:u.iu- ;;l'its this riimbroiis ana mrJia-val j
sti.-m i oicrvd a4 a y.-kt- t. a j-hj !'-' who are, j
on the l!i?!ip of Oxf 'r' own i-tiowinj;, immja- j
M-i of in-Iir.LT "f it merits. Tho poj !e are j
rrc-u:.."'d v : blind, w Lat-.-wr thco thci: would- I
bo lvad'.T5 uiav U. I: i true t!io roiufst f-r i
this er.isr. -rate uianat .! from the late kins ; but
;- ii..t r: 'U-
t lie .ULV'ti:n rran:
lr.-ui coun-.-ibrs who
;ht tJ have known bvt-
tc-r. For t:.o d -ctrines of
minion are not t
such as we I.oli to be the true faith of Ci:ri?t-
The title which thi Anglican branch Las as-
ir:aicative ol tiie iiouia it roi
-The K,f rm-.d Catn -lie Church of Ha
lo this title its Uoctriiu-s conform. Bap-
rat:on ana sanctiDcatin, trirougu
tr.e rriesth -J. are aistinci
cbrgv are only waiting for tlte trarmisi .n of
thes'" subseripti r.s from f.nglar.d, in order to
carrv out. in ail its splendor, the cathedral ser
vices of the mother church. But. alter all, the
natives are not attract-!. Curiosity has given
place to indifference. They hold fat to their
old guides. They estimate the doctrines and the
ritual at their true worth, by pronouncing it
4 just like the B man Catholic.' With native
shrewdness they call ciily the American Mission
4 Protestants,' and class 4 the King's Bishop.,' as
they designate Mr. Staley. with the Church of
The plea of poverty which the Bishop of Ox
ford urges on fehalf of that p-eop-le cannot be sus
tained. Yv e can understand tnat it may be our 1
duty to send, at no small cost, our Missionaries
to lands rich in intellectual and material wealth ; j
but surely it is not our duty to graft up.on them 'j
a branch of our national church as a state insti- i
tution, unless there be some corresponding readi- j
ness on the part of such p-eopde to sustain that 1
church. In reply, the Bishop) of Oxford pleads
the poverty c the islands. Uut these islands are
nol p.or. This fact the Bishop of Oxford him
self admits when his purpose is to extol and not
to degrade them. They sent, said he, five hun
dred p-ounds to the Lancashire Belief Fund.
But when he wants money for his cathedral and
the endowment of his clergy, he tells us they
have neither imports or exports since their san
dal wood failed. They have no means, there
fore, with which to build even one church in
which their clergy can minister. But it apjears
that they have hth imports and exports: and
they are rap-idly increasing. Their exports are
sugar, rice, coflee. wool, hides, arrowroot, and
some oil and whalebone, tiie produce of vessels
belonging to Honolulu. Their export of sugar
alone hist year was ten million pounds, and it
will probably this year reach clteen million
punds. Their imports correspond, and, by a
duty of ten per cent., the cxp.enses of the native
(Government are met.
44 It may be said that all this prosperity is due
to English and American enterprise; but it is
also true that it is conducted under a Sandwich
Island native ( loveruiuent, and that natives take
their share in the commercial and political life of
tiie Sandwich Islands nation. They have the
power and the will to build both sanctuaries and
schools from their own resources, if they so
p.lease ; for in Honolulu there stands, on tiie plot
of ground tom bing the plot on which the An
glican cathedral is to stand, a church of the
American Mission, built of the coral reef stone
built by native hands and with native means, in
which 'Mr. Parker now preaches, and which is
capable of holding up wards of two thousand
' We refuse to believe, therefore, that any
such mission as this is needed or desired in those
Islands. If such an experiment must be tried,
let it be on s uae savage and yet unreclaimed na
tion. But then the soil would li uncongenial. ;
It Tenures the forty years labor of men of God, ;
simple in faith and prayer, without ritual and
formularies, with no endowment or cathedral, to i
prepare the way. Such a jirocvss takes time, !
and such an experiment as this cannot wait. !
royal invitation to arise ami build, and to pios- i
eess the land which the bows and sp-ears of other i
warriors have won, does not come twice in the !
short life of one prelate. To our mind, it is, !
using one of the Bishop of Oxford's own illus- j
tr.itions, very like .m attempt to enter on Na- j
both's vineyard. The ground has leen reclaimed,
tilled and sown ; and when the fruit is ripe for j
I -lucking the rightful inheritor is to be dispossess- j
ed. Such an attemp.t is only equalled by the thank- j
lessiiess of those, w ho, like Queen Emma herself, j
owe all they ever knew, whether in secular or
religious knowledge, to the instruction they re- i
ceivi.il in the American Mission schools." " '
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