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Supplement to the Daily Bulletin, Saturday, Jan. 9, 1886.
THE REFORM SCHOOL.
Paper read by Hev. C. E. (Iroser,
:it the recent meeting of the Teach
ers' Convention in this city.
Tliu institution could liavo u small
uliupul for Sunday School and wor
ship, the Lord's Day could lie eare-
parcnthctically, ,lhat the native
warder was asleep half the time.)
For it should ho known, the princi
pal has cot merely the vices and evil
longings of the hoys to contvnd
with, hut has to meet the conniv
ance and the continual interference,
of the relatives and friends of the
For fear of being misunderstood
I will state that the Church of Eng
land recognizes the 'Church of Home,
in her place and sphere, as a lawful
branch of the Apostolic Chinch.
c. i:. c.
fully and religiously observed, .Chris-1, w, M(I. ,v j Sl.c,.(,l W!IV, (
Halt motives and impulses, the love niL,.llls
of (iod and fear of sin, could faith- j lf npssarv, as j , informed
iiuiy lie laugnt an.i impressed, ii'u it is, for the satisfaction of publicl
visits 01 uirtsiian priests am nun- !:,, ti..a ., ,,tive warder should i
1 be in charge, a white man in the sime i
position, but superior in aulhoiity,
OOOI. OF!'1 !
XIIjLUIJ J.1I 1111 UUlllLlll
Fancy Work and Millinery,
istcrs could be encouraged, all this
could he done without the charge of i
sectarianism or favoritism fastening
itself upon either (ioveriiment or
school authorities. In the interests
at stake Christian sympathy should
should also be on dutv. In such a ,
case, reliable oversight might be
depended upon, and all apparent
slackness disposed of. Asa lmtlicr
allow large latitude in these matters, i nimw l() ,hK t,m,f &nw "cleanliness
DID Yor SAY ?
.Make jour w 1 1 u id rlillilii-u l.a;'y
by supplying llii'iu Mili
Elite See Cream
Hut at all events the school should
be managed under religious princi
ples, and a law should be enforced
by thoe in charge, loquiring reli
gious worship and providing for
sound Christian and moral leaching.
It has been attempted of late; but
nimle Ii'diii pure Wnodlmui Dairy
On nail uipriu yiiiir folk- oilier n
bin kc.1 ol our delicious leu Un urn. H c
I nek orileis lor leu Clcain Iihiii 1 lo ."itl
n t.. II........ W. f . 1 . ii ....
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ewntg and mending, ,!,,,.,,, u.-ijii it- (leligiuf.d th.wii and
is next, lo godliness, a strong com
moil woman should overlook the
cooking and the washing, preside
over tlte arrangement ol the diitin
care fortlie-icU.and ne Held strictly I puh-i t loun lot iii:iny hour
iiecountable tor tliu careful mid
without correct discipline and -ore- , r i r Vi i ' families, rar:ie3, nans ami wetluin
wiuiuiii. uinui iiisiipiiii sum iii .thorough discharge of the duties, cr,u0,i
atTiUigcmettt, it cannot be done with , u.nj(, ,uri jr this were done, Mippuea.
suet a class of boys. I o march the f , ....,.,... .fr o,n iinv, ...,.ii "in- 1 ancv iiinr ute tin- I-avor
bovs in sou-ids to their respective i.,1 V, ' J ' "cM l.with ,.li the Ltdies of Honolulu.
"'.'s '" "."1,1H m l, ,llTuullt clothed nud clean, would be smarter,
iinifriiinj 111 1 rttt'ii li'iiiitt 11 tt'iu mmi 1 . . . .
wiiiii.ii.iiiii.ii.1, ........ . ...,o ..... 1 ,l)1(l I,.,!,.,,,,,., :1 t10lr inatitiers
been lioiight to have worked favor-1 wolll(1 iK. vury muu, improved, by
ably hitherto, neither would it . tll0 1llillleIIC0 of go0,i cm,kjIlg ,,,!
sulllce 111 any case. 1 he fact is, the 1)(,Uur ,,ulmviol. nl lllealS(
boys should lie made to feel that
they are being made better by reli- (? "" cimtimcil.)
giotts iiilluences at home, ami that r
their home is a religious home. " nnu'T erco" 1 rism
England, confessedly a great edit-1 CANT SEES LOulC.
eating country, would never dream ' "'' "' Unit the present Church
of a Heforinatory School, with the f Fjiglaud being tlte Church of
grace of .Jesus Christ an unknown ' Uugl.md of the !)lh century proves
quantity; consequently a resident wr 10 ''" ""'" the Chttreli of
chaplain is either in chariie or on ' t' Apostolic age. is like proving
ilntv. It ! n Christian work in that because I admit that I
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES.
Impoiied Irish .iiul in great vui irt In
Ring Up Bell Telephone 182 or Mutual 330.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
'). s,.-, lloll-l .-.I !' I.
Aic ' pun (I'dlv intil 11 i m.
un .it) 1 rv.
which mutual assistance could be , yt'ars of age now, I am therefore ' "'
effectively rendered by every reli- proven to lie KM) years ol age." 1
irimm liruW in the eitv. if thnu.rlit. Measured by this analogy, the
necessary, and the cry of sectarian- l"-"01 ' tllu prchent Chinch of,
ism. in such a ease, would he pitiful lrl!l the Church of the Apos- I
'To Jiijl, l'lirnishi'ii,
I' Kilniiu.i, Kau.ti, a ciiuit'oitiitile
Uuiisui.iiil I'liiiac I'lniiiiiitly siiita-
tni 11 Iniiiih n liiiiU to -iu-inl II
hot U1111: 111 tin: miiitiln . .Voplv lo
i;.0 it Kilauea Mimii (Jo , Iviiuai.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE
A KAIth ehiincf fof scruilnu; a ile-lr
iii tin. ovtrniiio tiiiic ii'je is lar iroiu tieiiig susiained
The question that I am trying to H is possible, however, that shrewder j
answer under this heading is this, !"1 ''ctter infornied readets may'
how to make this Keforinatory "e ami; 10 ieau.e uiai 111 ammuiug j lSlIll llllw. A uiy , u..,:ii.i nelu'li
School a true reforming influence by 1 tout mc cimrcii ol i-.nglanil is the ImiiIumi.I; a nuvei lullini: Mijiply of put
the. L'raeoof (iod: for bv no other Uiuieli ot Ivngland
ihlu lioini'sli ail. Thief Lots oii.
11 die eii-lcriy .slilf nl JiiiKikt Mrrel,
iiljnining Hie iiiniika side of Mr. Wnlto
walei in tin1 -lieit lioia ilu- M.uuki
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uio'iim cm it itossiblv relorm century 1 lev are commuting t hem- -" -j....... .- ..-.., ....
(111,. ins i,. 111 lb im;ssuii KKlllll. j .' r i-c 111.1 iiulo- In ml ' nunx 11 1 i.Ii.h.i
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.' ( 1 he reiiiai'U was made that tier. slui.
of the !lth
to eertsun lu.storical facts ,
haps some of the hearers would say
to themselves that they would sup
pose that Mr. (Sroser being at the
institution would give nod had given
religious instruct ion ; upon which
he went on to say that he had begun
which are universally conceded.
The logical proof should be .seen
in the fact Unit if the Church of
lCngland was in the vigor of her
strength, and capable of lioldiim
and leasing property in the Dili
mi S pui cciil. net. .Miih anil plans can
lie seen ni'ilic ulllci
U !(. CVSTI.K.
to do so, but for want of discipline century, she ceilainiy had a history.
and support lie had been compelled ""' il11 identity reaching further
to relinquish the idea, but he did "'"-'I;. s. '' " ' l-s me in IS.Sli
not mean to say anything more on that he is ol) years of age, I cannot
tlii subject because it might be con- suppose that he has any history or
sidered personal and uncharitable.) identity further back than lS.Ki, and
He some means the evil of these he cannot bo proven by any' force of
hoys .should bo brought to the light l' 1I llllVL' ''w,l ''cyoud tliatycar.
which' it .shims, and thev should be Hut if he tells 1110 that in 18,'Ki he
made to give an intelligent response
In l!iml 1 r Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lol, Fresh and Full.
Tin; I! -tin the M.nki-I.
was able in his own mime ami of his ;
Honolulu, H. I,
Whole-ulu Iiiipoiiur anil Dealer in
Cillforiiia Vine, (jioceiies,
l'i u isiutis anil Produce.
to the iiTincinal's efforts for their own liuht to hold mid lease property
good; "nimle" I say, because they iind transact business, I know that
will not do it voluntarily nor at Hr.st ' m? inst be more than o() years .if
Ldadlv. made to do so. bv svinna- i to learn how niiich moie I must
thctic compulsion, kindly surround- 54" to him or to tho,e who oiifjht to Queen Street,
ings, provided amusements, Chris- '" n yu aninii una ino pres-
tiau teaehing. They must not he '"t Church of England is tlio lawful
treated as vngah Is, dressed, fed '"1 '-'ii'l Church of England of the
and iieiTpi.ti.il as snoli. It will toko !Hh century, you allow that, the
an outlay of funds and of much Human Supremacy was unlawful ami Fresh Receipts ;by every Steamer
patience, and more workers than are illegal. If you admit that, you, .hist auivcil, n Im'i coa-liiiiniuit oi
at present in the institution lo do have to throw out the HoinanChiireh, (
this, but I am only showing what in determining which of the two, the Wine, in CaSCS & KeGTG,
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siiouki lie (lone. ' ii.iiiiuii umnui in .iiiiiiiu,iii inu' j,()tt
It is very well to forbid spirits micioin, iiruisn unnrcii oi inai
and tobacco and profanity, and country, is the Church, rightly, in
gambling and impurity, bill is it 'ivct lineal descent, from Apostolic
provided for that those thiiiL's are 1 times, which is all that I want to
usiaiiiisu, in saying nun me milieu
of England, of the present, or of
the Hth century, is the Church of
the Apostolic .ij.re.
positively not practised? No, nor
could be with only a young native
warder left in oversight in the yard.
(The remark was here made
luollms for Sjaluatthu ii-u.il low
price-. 1 in
Steamers for Sale.
'pilIC iiiuli'i-sliincil bcg lo call llic ,
i attention of stcaiii-hip coiiip.uiis
ami otlii'is lulfrctcil in the follouim;
)lt of steam lautielies, tm;- ami oilier
steam lio.its offcrcil for -ale by one of
hi- cnircspDiiilclits in l.hrl pnnf ullli the
iiiliv iittaclieil, anil iMiiclion account
of the leliiarknlily ilepte-seil state of llic
snipping liilslni- will lie -ecu to lie cv
Launches, Tims ami -uiail boats dial
can I"1 hroin;lit on deck of a large
steamer or sailing e-el.
N'cw steel scicw ti.1T IS feel X 10 feet
x ."i feel s In. with lohorsc powcrcngincs
licinilial, ili face cnnileu-cr-, ''onkcy
pump, ite. Speed IS mill's an hour.
1'iice III l.iwiponl Cl.o.'iiliii-is.VJ.V).
.si:!u. Wonil Screw P.peiiger ami
C.iro Launch, hiiilt in l-ssl. pair of a in
eylluders, .s.iu. '-ol,e, speed ahoul 111
lull , ctia irong oak frames, pitch
pine plnukbig, copper fastened, dimen
sions l,",.li!l,iil.l I. drait of water aft :i
fee.. li It-- tllT.'i.
S.lul. A Steel twin-crew Sieain Yacht,
hiiilt in l.v.1, S pairs of vcitlc.il D A
11 I i ci:gmes oi in n.i'., lour li-ln.
ejlliidci,-1 vS-in. -I i nke. speed !l k.iots ou
a eoii-umptiou of II cwl. per lioin,
hunker': eonlalu II Inns. slt. has II
-leeplm; herllis, was liullt to ;o up the
Nile, dliiiuiiloii- (l."i.L'IS. 7x11.7. Price
Sl'.uK. A N'cw Wood Scicw Stiatn
Launch, copper fastened, coiupiiuuil
S (' cmiiiii's li-iu.aiid IS-lii. 7-lu. -troke.
large uiiiltilntiul-ir bnller, teak lauueil,
of Do llj. norkliig prcs-me. dimension
lll.0.S.ii.l 1'iiiv ltl.1l).
S:'.01. An Iron t wincrew Meainer.
iiuilt in l.s7!i, for i her pas-engcr trnlllc,
hull, engine and holler lately oerliaii1cil
ntaco-t of Cliii, -peed if knots oi a
coii-uniption of about I tons per week,
hunk rs cilutabi IS Inn-, dimensions
.iJ.tMS.lxl.O. Price L'Ihi.
Sllill. Steel Scicw Tug, built In ISs.l.
engines (' S (' S3 II. PN. 11-in. and
SS-in. cylinders. SO In. stroke, teel
iiiuuiar uoiier. niiiios win King pre-surc,
-pceil IS knots, boiler lugged, eylluders
lagged with felt and mahogany', iliiiien
sloiis 7oxlS.8.l!.S. Drafl of w'aler I1.,
feet and II feet. Price ClS.Hi
SS!i:i. An Iron M-iew Steamer, now
building, ami cla-ed Kill I at Lloyd's
to carrj Sso Ions on ).(, draft, biiiiKers
conlaiii "il tou, speed hkiiot- on a coii
siimplion of :l tons per (lav, coinpniiinl
I) A engines of III II P.'. i;.n. and
:!n-iii. cylinders, iioiler of sn i)s, wink
ing piessiire, (louKc engine and stcini
winch, dimension ISO.DxSl.llx lo.ii.
S:lll. An Iron Scicw Tug. built In
lss.i, clas-cd Al at Lloyd's for lowing
purpo e-, two compound S (' I) A
engines of hi II. P., HMii. and :io In.
cjllliilci-s, S stroke, speed 10 to ISkuols,
illinciisioiis "!). IM.1.ll!l.;l. Pi ice :l..1IHI.
Situs An lion Screw .Mi icr. built
In l.ss.1, and claed 1(10 Al, 3(13 inn- ic
gister. andcariies l,lSllloiis D.W.ou 13 0
draft, L'ciiiuuinu I) A S I (' engines of
!)) II. P.. S.-.i.-lii. and lif-hi. cylinder-,
:l,l-iii. stroke, cylindrical niiiltltiibuliir
bnllerof SO lbs. working pie-sure, tniii-ker-
i-iMi t rtiii lliS mils, coiisiuuptlou S
tons per day, donk-y engine and boiler,
also a steam winches, dimeu-lon- SIM Ox
Iln.lM.I.K). Pi Ice tlS.lilJi).
SS'l. An Iron Screw steamer, latill
in l.s.s,1, and classed l(ll) Al at Lln.wl's
07 .o i regi-lcr. carries :i,Mi tons iiu'lO.li
draft, bimkcis cuutalu 311 tons, siced
l.P.j to 1 1 ';. knots on a I'on-iiinptlnii nf
S tons pur day. compound S I i) engine-
nf so I LP., SI Via. and IS-in cjlludcis,
"ll-lll. lioke, tecl tubular boiler of !I3
Ills working prcs-ure, donkey engine,
and S -team wiuclic-, dliiiniisloiis 1 l.l.nx
SJi.KKMI. Pllce t,r,llil.
The above ate onlj a few of the steam
es-el- that are offcicd al -ale in (ireat
llritaln at the pic-eiit time. Aliuo-t any
description of ste.iuier and of any Am
(lesiied viii new lie purchased n't very
faun able rate-. It Is ot course neces
sary I hat some responsible paitv In
Kuglanil sliould cMiinilie the condition
nf the stcauiei's olfercil for sale before
i!)i:im w. l. (iiei:i:n.