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With Its sitting yesterday the Angli
can Synod concluded Its buslncBS. It
was proliably the closing of tho legis
lative history nf the English Church
In Hawaii. Solomon Mchoula, Lay
Secretary, read the following address
to lllshop Willis, which had been pre
pared hy n committee:
AN Address from the Diocesan Synod
of the Anglican Church In Hawaii
to the Right Reverend Alfred Wil
lis, l D., lllshop of Honolulu:
My Lord: In your address delivered
to this Hjnod nt Its opening meeting on
Monday last, you made the announce
ment that It was your Intention to
hand over tho episcopal oversight ot
this diocese to the Protestant Kplscn.
pal Church In the United States of
America. The Synod was not unpre-
pared for this announcement, an It
had hern made known through the
press ot San Francisco that at the re
rent general convention you had, after
conference with tho Houso of lllsh
ops, made such arrangements as you
. hnvo now declared to us. This being
the rase, the present Synod Is the last
over which you will prcsldo ns lllshop
of this Diocese. Other occasions will
Arise upon which the rnrlouR organiza
tions under your control will have the
opportunity of expressing their Indivi
dual feelings of respect and regard. Hut
this Synod would feel that It was lack
ing In the duty it owed to your Lord
ship did It allow Itself to separata
Without presenting an address touch'
Ing your long episcopate now drawing
to a close.
Tho time for the preparation of such
nu address Ib necessarily limited. All
nf us, again, have no personal knowl
edge of the whole period during which
you have been In these Islands. This
address will not, therefore, claim to be
In any sense exhaustive or to bo on
adequate Biimmnry or estimate of your
work. The most it can hope to ac
complish is to draw attention to some
of the salient features that havo mark
ed your LordBhlp's episcopate.
Pounded the Synod.
And, nt the outset, this Synod recog
nizes that it Is due to the steps taken
by your Lordship that It has any exist
ence at nil. When you arrived horo In
1872 the Bishopric had been vacant for
two years and no form of representa
tive sovernment existed. In 1S7.1 vou
applied to the civil authorities for a
new cnarter, wnerein the name of the
church was changed from tho "Synod
of tho Hawaiian Reformed Catholic
Church" Into "The Trustees of tho An
glican Church In Hawaii," and provi
sion made for the authority of a syn
od. In 1880 you called toeether a con
ference of the clergy and laity, which
resolved itseir into the present "Synod
of the Anglican Church In Hawaii." In
taking these measures your Lordship
was guided by tho resolutions ot tho
Lambeth Confe'rence of 1807, which
laid down that "wherever tho church
Is not established by law, it Is essen
tial to order nnd good government that
the diocese should bo organized by a
synod." This svnod has. slnrn ll In.
ceptlon, assembled biennially, and will
now, through the steps Itself Is taking,
pass into the convocation or conven
tion of the missionary district nf Ihn
Protestant Episcopal Church In the
Hawaiian Ulands, That tho American
church finds on Its arrival a church
fully organized on synodlcal principles
Is, we recognize, due to your lord
Builder of the Cathedral.
Next, It Is perhaps natural that we
should turn our thoughts to the cathe
dral In which we assembled on Mon
day mornlne for Ihn nnrmlnr nf thla
Synod, with a celebration ot the Holy
communion. Beautiful In design and
execution though we lament to say
only partly built It frequently stirs
tho Biirprtso and admiration ot visi
tors. When wo comparo It with the
wooden structure In which tho sessions
ot this Synod aro being held, nil
which until 18S8 served as tho pro
cathedral of tho diocese, we cannot bo
too thankful for thi progress thus
marked. It will bo forever elnselv n.
Foclated with the Hawaiian people. In
memory of whoso sovereign, Knmcha
mcha IV., It Is erected. Nor can we
mention that name without rornliin..
also the memory of her whose llfo will
do rorever associated with tho Angli
can Church In Hawaii, no less thin
w'lh the national history of her peoplo
we mean Queen Emma, who, bcsldo
many other services that endeared her
to tho church, endowed this cathedral
with gifts both of land and jnoney. The
foundation stone wag laid by Kameba
mebu V In 1867, during the episcopate
of Bishop Staley. Put to your Lord
ship's episcopate belongs tho orectloi
of the superstructure. Your anxlctln.
In this behalf will niver, perhaps, be
fully known, II was no inconsiderable
sum of money which you yourself rail
ed while irav.lfiig abroad to further
the project. That thcro may be fresh
effort In future for Its completion Is
our hope, so that It may become a fit
ting temple wirlhy to servo as the
mother church of (he Diocese.
It Is the privllego of the catlio-lMl
rhurrb to take Kiider Its wing all tha
peoplo of tho dlocceo to which It be
longs, whatever their nationality r
race. In these Islands perhaps moro
truly than In other nlaces tho hnusn nf
God Is a house of prayer "fey all na
tions." We rejoice that It should be
so. inn wo feel that In tho cathedral
building tho church will have an over
present reminder that as "Klrnra hnvn
been her nursing father and their
queens her nursing mothers," a heavy
responsibility rests upon her to
nourish and serve those of the Hawa
iian people that remain. May this duty
ccr be kept In mind.
His Educational Work.
Not less, perhaps moro Important,
Is tho work jour Lordship has accom
plished In the matter of education. It
Is well known how difficult It Is to
maintain denominational schools
where there In a complete system of
education provided by the government
free ot nil charge. It Is not surpris
ing that some of the schools establish
ed hy your Lordship In earlier days
ivcro unable to maintain themselves
In the fnco of the ever Increasing
strength nnd perfection ot the public
system. We rather look with a tense
of admiration at the fact that your
Lordship has been able to maintain
under your personal supervision, Io-
liinl College, from which so many have
gone out Into nil walks of life. In tho
service of tho government, In cummer
clal houses, on tho ranches ot our 11
und district, wo encounter men who
havo been educated at Iolanl College.
It has proved Itself to bo one of the
Important educational Institutions ol
The work of the college Is generally
acknowledged. And (though the ex
pensen Involved will bo somewhat
heavy), yet wo trust that tho state
ment our Lordship made to this Syn
od, relative to your generous offer of
the property to the Church of Amerlcn,
before It was offered for public salo,
supported by tho motion ot the Synod,
may lead to tho continuance of the
school under tho new regime.
Work for Hospital.
Nor would wo omit your efforts In
tho direction ot tho Victoria Hospital
fur Incurables, In wblch we will couple,
It we may be permitted to do so, the
namo of Mrs. Willis. We do not for
a moment undcr-rate tho work of
others devoted to the establishing of
tills long needed institution. But tho
Important work done by Mrs. Willis,
who nursed tho sick with her own
hands, cannot be passed by In silence.
For hud not tho camp, established ori
ginally to meet tho requirements ol
the temporary visitation of plague.
been maintained and guided Into the
present shape hy tho efforts of Mrs.
Willis and others, wo believe tho Vic
toria Hospital would not have been In
Work In the Church.
The work of the church In these Isl
ands , has been necessarily circum
scribed on account of Its geographical
Isolation. We have been far removed
from the mother Church of England,
and until the political annexation of
the Islands took place, wo had no con
nection with America. It may not be
known to all that to rid the diocese of
tho evils likely to arise from such iso
lation, your Lordship entered into
negotiations with tho Church In New
Zealand for our Inclusion In the Pro
vincial System of that country. Theso
negotiations failed In accomplishing
their purpose, not through any fault
of your Lordship, but becauso the
Province of New Zealand did not wish
to take any step which might seem to
make it responsible for the mainte
nance ot a See not permanently en
dowed. Tho course of history has,
however, brought with It a solution ot
this question. We are about to become
a part of what we may perhaps call
tho one largo Provincial System ot tho
American Church. It will bo strange
Indeed It wc do not gain any advan
tages from the realization ot a rela
tionship which your. Lordship saw so
long ago to be needful for the well
being ot our church.
Development of Mission. .
When the Anglican mission was
first planted in these Islands, Its atten
tion was directed mainly to work
among tho Hawaiian and English
speaking peoples. But tho advent of
a largo population of Chlncso opened
out un entirely now field for missionary
enterprise. And It Is a causo of great
thnnkfulnets that so strong a work
h.m taken root umoug tho Chlncso peo
plo during your Lordship's episcopate.
Wo have tho pleasure of numbering
amongst our members on this Synod
four Chlncso gentlemen. Two ot theso
are laymen nnd two clergymen. Both
of these latter received their education
and their admission to holy orders at
the hands ot your Lordship. It Is In
teresting In this connection to note
through the passing' of boys from St.
Peter's School or Iolanl College tn
Shanghai tho link that has arisen
connecting the work under your Lord
ship's caro with that being carried on
by tho American Church In the Far
East. If the China mission receives
from your successor as great a care as
It has received from yourself, it should
find a bright future awaiting It.
Though It has not been possible for
the Anglican church to bring Inta
cxlstenco a Hawaiian ministry, never
theless your Lordship alluded In youi
address to ,un Jmportant point when
you spoke of tho translation of the
Book of Common Prayer Into the Ha
waiian language. This work wos ori
ginally dono by Kamebameha IV., who
received nblo assistance from David
Kalaknua afterwards King of the Ha
waiian Islands. But the Revised Ver
sion now, und for a long tlmo past, In
use, was tho work of your Lordship.
To you also Is tho church Indebted for
tho collection of 301 hymns In Hawa
iian now In use, besides lester but use
ful little books like thoso on tho cate
chism nnd tho Holy communion. Nor
while- we are speaking of your work for
the Hawallans must we forget the In
terest you displayed In tho other Poly
ncslan races In tho Pacific by your visi
tation of Samoa, FIJI and Tonga In
Finally we desire to bear our testi
mony to the deep nnd permanent Inter,
est jour Lordship has shown In tho
wdfate of thin church by the offers of
laud, now held In your Lordship's
name, for purchane by tho church. It
Is not possible for us, nt this moment,
to slute bow far tho church may ba
enabled to meet these opportunities.
Nor Is It nccceeaty for our present pur
pose. Your offers Btnnd, ncccptcd or
unaccepted, a testimony to your disin
The Synod has even now taken those
steps which were u'ecssary to comple
ment the action taken two years' ago
to bring the Anglican Church In, Ha
waii Into union with tho Protestant
Episcopal Church In the United States
of America. "Anglican Church" In
there Islands will soon be a thing ot
the pnsL In April of next year your
Lordship will relinquish the episcopal
oversight to the House of Bishops.
Sowing Others Reap.
We do not Intend at this moment and
In your presenco to attempt any est).
mate of your work. But wo feel con
lldent of this, that It In our new rela
tionship, It under the constitution and
canons of the American Church, In or
ganic union with that great body, our
work here develop In the future Into
proportions not yet attained, no bna
will rejoice moro than your lordship,
upon whom baa devolved In the by
gone years the duty of laying founda
tions. "For my own part," wo quoto
jour Lordship's own words, "I shall
bn thankful If I am permitted to lay a
foundation upon wblch thoso who
came after me may build; to sow whero
tbey may reap," etc. If tho Anglican
Church In Hawaii Is Inheriting a pro
clous Inheritance In her admission to
the Protestunt Episcopal Church In
the United States ot America, It must
not be forgotten on the other hand that
that church Is receiving at your Lord
ship's ha,mls the episcopal oversight
of a church that has been fully organiz
ed on prlnelnles laid down at Lambeth
In a conference of the Blsuops ot the
nhole Anglican communion,
ALI1ERT B. WEYMOUTH,
KONQ YIN TET,
T. CL1VE DAVIES,
F. W. -WOOD.
Committee on Behalf of the Synod.
The Bishop's Reply.
Bishop Willis arose and delivered a
reply In part as follows:
"I thank you all for the kind words
contained in the address, and particu
larly for tho words concerning the ef
forts of Mrs. Willis after the plaguo,
in establishing the Victoria Hospital
for Incurables, which I hope Is now
to leromc a permanent institution. I
was not prepared for all that was con
tained In your address. I desire to
cxprets to you thanks for your kind
words with reference to this session. I
believe that this session will be a his
torical chapter In the work of the An
glican communion. I think that what
we have accomplished will be a lesson
In the perfect communion that exists
between all branches of the church, be
cause it the Church ot England and the
Church In the United States were not
cue It would not havo been possible
for us to havo made the changes that
havo been made by tho very simple
process we have adopted. Many of you
know that when the tlmo approached
when tho transfer was to be consider
ed, a great deal was said about there
being a conveyance of property from
ono church to another, but wo also find
that it was possible to pass ono church
to another by exactly the samo pro
cess, and Just as easy as In 1872 when
wo passed from the Hawaiian Reform
ed Catholic Chuch to the Anglican
form. I believe what we havo dono
will furnish tho methods to cnablo
others in future, placed In the same
circumstances as ourselves, to do. It
may again bo necessary for one church
Jurisdiction ot another church branch
find they will then be able to refer to
the work done hero In this out-of-the-way
part of the world' and will bo able
to refer to the Synod of 1901 for their
"Then I desire most heartily to con
gratulate the Synod for Its work nnd
for having established the principles
ot synodlcal government. It has tak
en a long time for that to bo done. We
all have to take tlmo to assimilate new
ideas, I no not surprised at all that
wo should havo found opposition to
the synodlcal government. Bishop
Selwin of New Zealand told me when I
was to come here that It had taken a
large number of years to get church
principles thoroughly understood and
established In New Zealand, and It
would take twice as long In Hawaii.
I am not surprised that this should
havo been so. My only fear and regret
Is that when the church comes under
tho Jurisdiction of tho American
Church that tho synodlcal power will
be curtailed. On that point It would
not be safo for me to speak.
"I have alwnys felt that In regard to
the cathedral that the office of dean
and canons Bhould not exist only on
paper, but that they should be given
nn actual existence I have all along
been hoping that somo endowment
would be given to mako tho deanery a
reality. I will say to tho Synod that I
havo a small piece of land which I
will band over to the now corporation
bb an endowment for tho deanery
"The cathedral has never been con
secrated. Wo have put it off hoping
for harmony to como about before that
could be done. It ought to be conse
crated. This should be dono to mike
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be. I bopo before I lcavo to consc
crato that part of tho cathedral which
Is already completed.
"In conclusion, I think we have been
guided by tho Holy Spirit In preparing
for our passago Into the American
Church. 1 trust tiiat there is a new
era and great prosperity for tho future
ot tho Protestant Episcopal Church In
the Hawaiian Islands."
T. CHvo Davies presented the fol
lowing motion, which was passed:
"Resolved, That it Is the sense ot this
Synod that tho thanks of tho Angll
can Church In Hawaii are due to tho
Bishop for tho generous and gracious
act of providing an endowment for
tho deanof tho cathedral, wblch ho has
announced his Intontlon ot making aa
a farewell upon leaving the diocese.
Mr. Davies then spoke of his having
attended In England the same school
as the Bishop, although separated by a
wide span of years. He had but recent'
ly read In the life of the headmaster
of tho school, who bad taught Bishop
Willis and himself, an extract In his
diary a description ot tho time when
Bishop Willis was leaving the school.
In his diary the old headmaster said:
"So nnd So and Willis cninc In this af
ternoon to say farewell. I remember
these with much regret, especially Wll
Its; his simple goodness pleases me
"The words to you," said Mr. Da
vies, "were spoken when he was be
ginning his life work; his words to mo
were spoken on his death bed."
The following members were elected
to the Board of Missions: Rev, C. II.
Tomklns and Philip H. Dodge.
Mr. Testa presented the following
"Resolved, That this Synod do rise,
to meet again at tho call of the presl
dent; provided, uowevcr, that such call
shall be within ninety days, and If not
called then the samo shall be con
sidered to have adjourned sine die."
Tho motion was passed unanimous
ly and the Synod adjourned, concluding
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surance Co. of Boston.
-Etna Fire Insurance Cokpart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Msbscm
Claua Sprockets Vice President
W. M. Oiffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnitney, Jr.... Tress, aad Bee.
Geo. J. Roes Audrtos
AOENTS OF THB
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF BAN FRANCIBCO, CAU
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ooks't
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee r.ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
Tho Planters' Line of San FraneLtco,
Packet; Cbas. Berwer ft Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
O. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson. U&naeer: R P. niru
Treasurer and Secretary; CoL W. H,
Alien, Auditor; i, o. Jones, H. W
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Clins. T. Wilder,
General Mnnncar nf
THE, EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant H'. Hooolula.
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