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DAILY BULLETIN- tTONOLUMT, II. IM MY 6, 1S80.
MM I II I . . llCi.ll JlliH inH9- mMfca
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 188S).
TEACHERS' CONVENTION AT HILO
(From The Ililo llcconl)
' "We giTO plnce to our usual edi
torial article this wtiek in ordor to
give a lull account of the Tenehore'
Convention, held in this town dur
ing the past Keek. It opened on
Monday, the 22il inst. . under the
charge of Mr. P. S. Lord of North
Kohaln. The following is the list of
mimes of those teachers who were in
attendance ub fnr as wccanleam:
Miss H. F. Coan, Mr. O. L. Wnr
fcl, Miss Alice West, Miss Grace
Porter, Ililo; Ilattie Hitchcock, A.
Correa, Waiakca; Miss H. Sevei
ance, Miss Louisa K. Hose, Ilaaheo ;
Miss Josephine Deyo, Miss Helen
Kainai, Papaikou ; Mrs. A. Uors
cadden, Ilonolii ; Mr. D, II. Ka
noeau, Onoiuca; Mr. E. L. Richter,
Maulili ; Mr. D. L. Huntsman, Ua
kalau ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Lightfuol,
Ookala ; Mr. J. K. Nakookoo, Si
mon Ilaaheo, Haona; Mr. Norman
Logan, Kealakekua; Mr. W. L
Vredenberg, Mis9 E. Lyons, Mrs,.
Tauiar Husaey, Miss A.J. Thatcher,
Mrs. A. J. 'Thatcher, Mrs. P. S.
Lord, Miss C. L. Turner, Waimea;
Mr. Armstrong Smith, Mr. F. W.
Yeates,lvukuili:iele; Mr. E. W. Es
teps, Mrs. H. W. Overeud, llouo
kaa; Miss S. Lewis, Paauilo; Miss
M. R. Ilitclicock, Mr. F. W. Hardy,
The Convention opened on Mon
day, at 9 a. m., in the class room of
the Ililo Hoarding School, accepting
the kind offer of the same by the
Principal of that school, Pioiessor
Daily sessions were held for in
struction from 9 a. m. to 12, and
, the afternoons were devoted to the
examination of those who were de
sirous of obtaining teachers' certi
ficates, which included most of those
present. The results of the teach
ers' examinations will be announced
. some time in the near future.
The programme of the convention
as it developed itself, or rather
evolved itself from daj to day, turn
ed out to be as follows:
Monday : Opening remarks by
Mr. P. S. Lord, on school manage
ment nutl on language lessons, both uf
which were listened to with interct.
Mrs. Thatcher then followed with a
clearly announced lesson on "Num
bers." Miss Deyo then explained
in a few words "The Grubu Me
thod," and the forenoon's exercises
were wound up with a treatise on
conversational lessons by Armstrong
Smith. Copious notes were taken
by all present, for the purpose of
fixing the lessons in mind and also
to enable those of the teachers who
wished, to avail themselves of the
lessons when again within their
schools. A wise plan.
Tuesday: The session opened with
a lecture on language lessons by Mr.
Lord. Then a well illustrated les
son was given by Mr. Warfel on the
subject, "Reading Lessons." Mjs.
Thatcher then gas o the convention
her ideas on the "teaching of num
bers to young pupils," which were
quite new, and called forth a con
siderable discussion outside the con
vention walls. Miss Deyo finished
the day's session by illustrating
her method of instruction in "num
bers." Wednesday: The morning's ex
ercises opened with a continuation
of the lesson by Miss Deyo on num
bers. Mrs. Ovcrcnd then followed
with an instructive lecture on the
subject, "Object Lessons." Mr.
Lord illustrated the method of
instruction in language fiom pic
tures, a method easily handled and
which will be of great assistance in
teaching Ilawaiians English. The
teachers present were taking notes
of the proceedings, and many found
it dilllcult to keep up with the in
structors Mr. Hardy gave a lesson
in a quick and correct method of
taking notes of convention work
which closed the lessons for the day.
AV'e forget, however, to mention that
Mrs. Thatcher gave instruction in
Reading and Chart Lessons.
Thursday : The morning exercises
were commenced by Prof. Hurt of
the Ililo Boarding School, exempli
fying his method ol instruction in
reading and language. This was
followed by A. Smith, on another
method of instruction in reading. A
chart lesson from Appletou's read
ing charts was exemplified by Mrs.
Thatcher, instructing a class of
small native Ilawaiians, boys and
girls, picked up around town for the
occasion. Instruction on writing
and writing lessons was then given
by Mr. Lord, which closed the busi
ness of that forenoon.
Friday: Tlio lesson in writing and
writing lessons commenced yester
day by Mr. Lord were finished up
this morning. A lecture on "Order
and Discipline," was given by Miss
Deyo, which closed the exercises of
the convention proper. A meeting
was however called for tlio evening,
at which all the teachers were pre
sent, as well as many of our towns
people, Mrs. Thatcher gave a class
of the teachers a lesson on the rudi
ments of drawing which caused
much merriment. Then tho rest of
the evening was given up to a "free
gabble" among the persons present
on "whipping in school," "stutter-
4 K ' .
Ing," etc., pto., In which lots of fun
occurred. As the Uuio for closing
drew near n committee win appoint
ed to draft rcolutlonj, consisting of
Mrs. OveiCud and Messrs. Phutcher
and Huntsman, who reported the
"KVolved: That the thanks of
ihc teachers, assembled in conven
tion at Ililo, rrc Iieri'hy tendeied to
Mr. Lord, Mrs. Thatch. t, Miss
..Dejo and others for their patient
efforts :o make our labors profitable ;
to Mr. Burt for placing his fine class
rooms nt our disposal ; and to iho
town people of Ililo fur making our
stay here so pleasant."
The i evolution was enthusiastic
ally received and unanimously
adopted, and ordered seiit to the
Ililo Record and the Hawaiian Ga
zette fur publication.
In no convention of teachers held
in this town before has there appar
ently been so much interest taken,
and close attention given to the work
before them, as in the present one
they all seemed to desire to obtain
information ;.s to the best methods
of doing the work before ilium.
Again : at no time lias tl o
instruction given been given in
a more practical manner, and
those who have taken full notes of
the woik done in convention will
find that they will be of great, use in
the fuluie to llieni. inert' is no
doubt that these conversations will
be of great use in stimulating teach
ers to do the work given them in the
most approved methods, and the
friction of minds in sm-li conven
tions, will keep the teachers more
up to their work. There is no doubt
at all but that the lesulls of this
week's work in this convention will
be felt in renewed activity in our
public schools all over this Maud.
But we would suggest to the Bond
of Education, .whether it would not
be Ixuter to publish in advance a
programme of the Distinction to be
olfured in convention week, so that
all the attending teachers might
know in advance on what topies
they would be called to listen to, and
that would give them an opportun
ity to prepare themselves on the
biui.e. 11 one knew in advance what
subjects would be discussed, ques
tions on the same could be pi enured
by him to ask which might call
forth discussion, that would be ol
much benefit to all concerned.
Then again, a class of children
might be had in readiness where
with the lessons might be fully il
lusualed. AVe all know that some
limes seeing lises :i tiling in mind
quicker and more lastingly than
Fii.ally, wc think that the time
(otic vieik) now given lo this nor
mal school instruction is not long
enough to do justice in, to thu me
thods taught. It would be of no
loss to our common schools if a week
should be taken off Iroin the school
term and put on to the Convention
time. The instruction given needs
discussion, and with . the limited
time 'low at the disposal of the Con
vention, such cannot be had. We
only offer the above as a suggestion
and hope that those who have charge
of the matter will give them their
Wo give the teachers here assem
bled our aloha fo- the intciest they
all have taken in the matter of our
public school education, and although
it has not been an easy matter for
them to leave their home as far (one
gentleman rode over from Kona, a
distance of 150 miles) as Ililo they
may rest assured that Ililo's people
thank them for being present and
doing what they have done for tho
benelit of our schools. Aloha oukou
(From the Uilo Record, Apr. 30.)
At the Courthouse on Tuesday
last, the young men of town gave
a dancing party to the teacheis in
convention assembled. Everything
was got up in fine .style. Nothing
was lorgotlen that could add to the
success of the entertainment. The
ladies were beautifully dressed and
thoroughly alive the whole evening
through. All hands enjoyed the
festivities, and the dancing was kepi
up till the "wee small hours" of the
night. Mr. Vredenberg of W'ai
mea gave some of the finest niii-ic
on tho piano and cornet together; a
tiling not often seen oi heard. A
line collation was served to which
ample justice was done, and as tl o
party broke up it was the universal
opinion that it was the pleasuulest
time that had been had lor a long
The Fiji who was confined in the
jail here broke out of the same la&t
weou and made his way into tlio
woods back of Kainace, near Haka
Itiu. Being nearly starved ho made
his way to a house, where only two
women were staying, and asked
the tn for some food ; they, having
pievioiisly he.irrt of the escape,
rightly guessed that this was tlio
map, and one of them told him site
would run down to the stream and
gel him some bhiimps to eat with
his poi. I'he sin imps, however, she
brought b.ick provi d to lie two stal
wart kanakas, who arrested him and
safely lodged him in jail, where he
now is working out a sentence for
'1 he 12 year old daughter of Mr.
Walker, the engineer ot the J'epec
keo Plantation, one day last week
accidentally got her finger into the
lathe nt winch her fr titer was at
wo li, and hn I it pretty ive'l u mil -d.
A Japanese at work on the wharl
at Papaikou last weok was shoved
off tho wharf at that placo by a
loaded oar, hut did not mistaSn nny
very severe injuries, only was badly
shaken up by lttlng too hard oil tho
A PortURUcr.e, returning from
town to one of thu plantaliuii3 the
other evening, was tluown from his
horse, and was .badly hurt about
the libs, by hitting nuainst otic of
the timbers of the coveted bridge
through which his horse r.n wiin
him. The man had too heavy a
toplo'id of spirits on board, and was
unable to manage his animal.
A large party of the "convention"
teachers and sonic of our townspeo
ple left for the Volcano early yester
day morning, expecting to return on
n eiltiesiUy next, lhe volci.no is
said to be very activi , the new lakes
nvei flowing their banks eveiy few
Our dry weather keeps rinlit on.
The streams are no fuller than they
were on February last ; what is go
ing to bo the end no one can gue-s,
as the like was never befoic known
here. Enough light showers have,
however, fallen to keep our vegeta
tion green. Fiom Kau, Kona, Ko
liala and Wa'niea we hear the same
cry, "no rain!" The month of
April has always been consideted
one of the mouths when we were
sure of having rain. And here it is
almost passed and no rain at all to
A large number of passengers will
leav: on the Umatilla on Friday for
The little IVmcess Ksiulani goes
tliiough to Enulaud to be educated,
and will be absent nearly two years.
Her father, lion. A. S. Cleghorn,
accompanies her as far as San Fran
cisco. Mrs. T. R. Walker, wife of the
British Vice-Consul, with her two
ciiitdicn, is going to England to
isil relatives and Iricnds to be ab
sent a year or more.
Mr. F. A. Schuofer, the Italian
Consul, will be iiliscm on lhe Coast
about two months, combining busi
ness with pleasure.
Mr. Geo. Seidell, an extensive
manufacturer of Erie, Penn., with
his sister, Mis. J. C. Seidell,
and niece, Miss Grace Seldm,
return after having spent a ery
pleasant month on the islands, dur
ing which they visited the Volcano.
Mi. oeUlen lias been nearly all over
the wot hi.
Mr. Geo. W. Ashley, Secretary of
the Hoard of Health, goes to visit
his parents, his lather being in
Mrs. Lieut. Mooie, who has made
many friends dining a somewhat ex
tended stay in Honolulu, returns
Mr. T. W. Rawlins purposes to
be away from the islands about four
months, mainly for pleasure.
Mrs. Ebon. P. Low is iioing to
the Coast for i few months for the
benefit ol her health.
Miss Everson of Oakland, who
came here two months ago, returns
Mr. J. A. Folgcr, Jr., his sister,
Miss Folgcr, and the Misses Loli
tnan, all of Oakland, have, during a
mouth's slay here, been very nicely"
cntfitaiiied and made a trip to the
Volcano. They return much pleased
with the Hands.
Mrs. A. Cornwell mid Miss Wid
dilieid are going to New Yoik on a
visit to relatives.
Mrs. Helau, a sister of Mr. J. D.
Sie be, one of San Francisco's mer
chants, after several months' stay
here, returns with testored health.
Mrs. S. Savidge will spend a few
weeks with her son, Willie, who is
attending school in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Campbell
le.tvc, after a residence of several
mouths. The' go to San Francisco
and after remaining there a few
months visiting intend to go on to
Mr. W. M. Graham, manager of
the Hawaiian Hotel, is going to
Louisville to visit Ins friends, and
will be absent six weeks. He will
keep his eye open for points in his
Dr. SI. D. G. Walters, of Kauai,
is going to England for a trip.
1. Q. Tewksbury, of the Custom
House, is going to combine business
with pleasure. Tcwks is likely to
strike a bonanza.
.Mis. Dillingham is going Hast.
She will meet Mr. D. in San Fran
cisco. Miss May Dillingham is to
'-t -iy at Wellesley College for some
A number ol ladies and gentle
men who came up on the Maiipoia,
mo visiting.all the points ot interest
in and mound Honolulu and con
tinue their trip to England on the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Williams
are leaving lor the Coast.
Mr J. A. Amsdeii the piano
tuner, who has d"iiu such efficient
work in tlio city since ids arrival, is
going to San Francisco io assume a
very responsible and remunerative
position. lie has made many fiiends
Mrs. Geo. C. Heckley, two chil
dicu and maid leave for the Sln'es
and Europe. Mrs. Heckley, who
.hopes lo i ejain health by the trip,
expects to be away about six
CLOSING OF MAILS.
The mull to be dispatched from
the Post Olllco on Friday, by tho
S. S. Umatilla, closes as follows:
Registered and parcels post mail,
10 a m.
Litter and paper mail. 11 a. in
THE DAILY BULLETIN-'lhe
most popular paper published.
0U3 LONDON LETTER.
The many protestations that have
of late being made against the con
tinuation by the Hritish Indian Gov
ernment of the sale of opium to
China, filially culminated in a pub
lic meeting on last Monday evening
at Westminster Chapel, i'he meet
lg wa3 presided over by the Rev.
J. F. H. Tlnling, H. A. A number
of distinguished pet sons were pre
sent, upon an invitation iron) tne
chair, the Rev. W. S. Swanson ad
dressed the nieetiim on the subject.
During his remarks, Mr. Swanson said
it would be impossible lo exaggerate
the evils of ihis nefarious trallle,
which was a dark blot on the fair
name of the empire, Upon the con
clusion of his rematks the Rev.
Murk Guy Penrse moved the follow
ing resolution: "That, the Biit
isli Indian opium trade witli China
is wrong in principle, destructive in
its consequences, and a standing re
ptoaeh lo Great Biilain." Samuel
Smith, E-q . M. P,, who seconded
the res lution, expressed as his
opinion, resulting from personal ob
s rvation, that opium is woiking
more misery than alcnhol, and that
as tbu result of a icceiit tour in In
dia, he knew that the ivil ellects of
the drug was extending in thai
country. The resolution was unani
mously cnrticd. It is devoutly to
be boiled that this movement, back
ed by the influence of thoe under
whose auspices it was held, will bting
about a wholesome leforin in this
traffic at least, if not totally Mop it.
The co-operalion of China, by plac
ing an cxcieding import duty on the
drug would, it is Ihougln, elfeclu
ally prevents its impoitaiion.
Great pieparalions are being made
for the Wiiier.ily boat race to come
off on the :30tli of the present month.
The Oxford crew are training with a
hearty will. They were out twice
on Tuesday. In the afternoon they
started from the ship at MortluUc,
on a row down over the course.
Their lime to Hammersmith was
12mm Stisec. , but making lhe bend
round by the Snapworks they en
countered a lot of rough water. The
water was very rough indeed just
before Putney-bridge was readied,
and in tins, at n slightly increased
rate of striking, the men went to
pieces a little, the feather being tei
ribly ragged, but they nevertheless
finished up at IM in the admirable
time of 2Uinin. 2jsec. for the whole
journey. On Wednesday light work
was done, and ' on Thursday the
weathei was so bad that only spurts
could lie indulged in Theie aie
every indication of this being a most
ho'ly contested race, and if the
weather piove favorable, an excit
ingly time may be expected.
London, March 22, 1889.
Since our coriespondent wrote
the boat race has been won by Cam
Lissee & Mauaijor
Lewis J. Levey.
Wjdncsdiy, 171 .y Qtli, at G o'clock.
Thiid iglu of the W'orl 1 It nowned
W S. iViALTSY,
au 1 i-ei o hi .M'ptMiiiiiue ol the
Tyrolean : Wc-trblers
Who were icceivui on Tue-il iy niiihl
liy Mil 1-lltllllM isdl! mi Ib-iicu' who
evinreil lh ir ilunMitc. with
tli i.ii. t i-r.- ot ii pliiine.
15S-B ix plan for
fin iiiiiiif" lew upcii,
8imi e a un il -t-tt
this evening's pir.
cull curly mi nb to
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I UK uiiileisisrii-'i di-ires to t a-ik nil
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On Thursday, May 9th,
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OMFDitTMH.Y Fu n Mi.
uniiis. i mi it ic.
pply al ". Iiiitnbui.
luin Ho'ie," King lreetl opposite Ka.
waiiihun eiiiiiuiiy 184 tf
Enrni.sli(!(l Rooms To Let
'"1 i O'1-' l, l','"ti'"li ltnonis to
A" vw v ei .i the M.i.ruA H..IIM-tY-'ffiftft.
r ten I) ixeit U-d by li King,
on I iiih-Ii iiiivvl t'leet. oppobilu the. Nonh
l'..i:lllo ItiHtiiute. 22: lm
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1.NKW Cntiuidir Oir.
riage jn.t tliiWhetl
mid hand oiaely ti i mined
in llri euiB Mj'ic must iu iinmedintul)
m Id lucln-eai im iguniilll, iiin l.uneii
nt M II I'agi' c i m.e m'iiiiil,iuuiy,
No. Vii Knri tmi.
UAWAilANj IlL'&INEiSH JAGKNOY.
Boots tk Shoes.
Designs jg37 All Priccp.
r. vs. t-sairrnr. Acont.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
Will puictlee in the l"w r onus f the
Kinirdiiin as a'ti ruej, iiiicnd to eollict
ii jr in all us li in it lie-, ri tiling of houses
imd any oilier lHisine.-,-enlru ted lo him.
OrUcc 81 King S' rcet Upstairs.
K. W. WILCOX,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
Als-o solo agent for the Mayie. Windovr
Sereins, I'oin tuned lievul Mjuurcs, Stan,
il'inl. Goodrich e'c., Minn g iMacliinee,
Bicjclus, 'I i icicles, VelcicipeikM, etc.
Otllo , corner of Utthel and King sli-.,
upstairs Apr.17 8d.ly
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the Elelc Publishing
Go held in Honolulu, Apiil 1(1,
188!), the following olllcira were eltclcd:
T. U. Liicns Pnsidciit,
Hon. J. S Walker I rensnrcr,
II. (i. (,'rubbe Secretary.
D. W. I'ua, )
T. lieu, J. Directors.
II. G. CKAUBE,
Sccrct.ny Klulu Pub Go.
Honolulu, April 10, lMt-0. 229 lm
San FiiANCifcco, Cal.,
Pubumiy 10. 80. J
VT7E herowiih cettily tiiat Mcs&ts.
V? Doiid & .Miller urn our dill) nu.
thoiized and only agen's for the Ha
waiian Islands for the bills ol our Lager
Heer in keir-.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO..
luOtl John II. Meland Bros.
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. JAItDIM ha removed hia
.hop 1 1 iii KiiurFtieet toMcfur
it..'b Billiard Pallors, Foil Miect, wheio
ho is piupar?d to suivo with the best
cute and neiiliiRi-s Iho avocation ol his
art. Holiuits lhe ! inil pairomige of all.
Ali. ROW AT, Viierinary Furgeon,
i.llluu and 1iiiiiiimo al Hiiwiiiiun
Hoiel -tahli s, i oiner Hole) and It thaid
hireetH. i-oienilllc iieiiiment in all dig.
ciii-es of di inis'in luiiiniila Omers lor
plantatiiiii and iniieli .took promptly
micmliil !. MhiuiiI Teliplionn 354,
I. O Hcu :2fi. mli.l8-8a
i'lul) House Hiiiii I Ilium
RS & CO.
Having Becured thu services of a
FiiHt CIiihn Cook
And mndii niani other change in the
niuimgi moot u u uro now pic
p.rul to ptil tip the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.