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A JAPANESE GIVES REASONS FOR MAINTAINING BUDDHIST SCHOOLS &
The Jnpancro Iluilillilst sect Known Hawaii os the middle prounil between
as the HiinRRuniiJi li.is a lurfio school I (his countr) und Japan, is destined
In tlu Uclnlty it Xmiumi Btrcot. It to bo tho conncctlnR link of two
Is presided ocr by a reverend clerR-
tnnn of tho soit but the principal of
tho school Is Mr. TmiihkI.i who un
ilcrstnnda tho host of Jnpancso
cIvlllrntlniiB, Orfldcnta and Orlen
lal, the union of which should be the
highest aspiration of any nation In
tho 20th century. Japan with her
thought and education together with historic toleration of mind has long
quite an cxtemsho and lutlmato I aspired for this end, and the study
Knowlcdgo of tho English langungojof every ilvilUed language, French,
American thought, literature and p
lie han a large tchool and for tho
Information of tliu American com
munity tho Bulletin publishes an in
troduction to tho courso of study pur
sued In tho school together with tho
reasons for having such a school In
Honolulu. Tho following l tho In
tioductlon and It npcaUH for itself;
tho English Is written by Mr. Tuu
noda himself without correction:
Having in view tho Inci eased num
ber of Japanese) children hero In this
Territory of Hawaii, wo deem 11 but
necessary to start an Institution to
equip them with tho use of their
mother tonguo and tho Knowledge of
their national history which covers
tho tspaco of more than 2S00 ) ears', any tn'lnY of (hal petty s'plf
German, and nhovo all, English, is
encouraged throughout every grndo
and every branch of her educntlon.
as linguistic acquirement Is the Key
to truo understanding of thoughts
and sentiments of other nations.
America with her traditional free
dom and liberty of spirit may well
bo assumed to be directing her un
faltering efforts towards the' samo
end, and that oven In tho grander
It Is, of course, but just thnt some
spcuKs of "Americanizing" Hawaii
and tho Hawaiian people of various
origins. Wo hnvo no objection to it
whatever. Hut in speaking of "Ame
ricanizing," It must bo understood.
that there should not be
excludes, or holds In, contempt, tho
fruitful culture of any other nation,
an was and Is tho cos owlth China.
Comprehensible, Inclusive and toler
able in Its significance It must be,
"Wclcomo all my friends," runs tho
passage In tho tempest. Thus and
thus only America will bo the ifew
national Ideal of this 20th century.
So It Is icasonably expected that
any citizen of this country, what
ever origin ho ma) be, should acqulro
the knowledge of Jnnancso language
and history, so that they' may fully j
understood the soul of the sons of ,
tho Rising Sun, and asslmulate Itj
into her complicated fabric of clvl-1
llzatlon, thero to add the mytlc and
symbolic flavour of the Orient to tho
realistic and scientific tendency of
Even putting those, spiritual con
siderations aside, there Is much rea
son to encourage, in this Hands, tho
study of tho things Japanese from
tho material and commercial point of
view, as the trado and contact of
both nations aro increasing with
a blft of Ienormous,rnpi,dlty,jvndtjomnrnycpl-1
;it 'which umnfes 'and misunderstandings, are
apt to spring up through the lack,
of linguistic acquirement and Inabil
ity to explain nnd understand each
Moreover, tlioso Japanese In theso
Islands belong to the working class
and hnvo no amptltudo of education,
ono of its sad consequences Is to be
witnessed In the striko agitation of
last three months. It Is wlso that
their children should bo guided by
reuson and remain alvvajs firm and
peaceable, for the promotion of thnt
spirit, tho study of Japanese history
furnishes uncomparable examples or
good-will and love.
Some fifty jears befdro Americi
had Introduced Japan Into new ac
ticlty of civilization and done over
thing in her power to enlighten tho
minds Into tho sense of freedom and
llborty. And now, If wo equip thoso
American bos and girls, of Japanese
origin with the knowledgo of tho
language und history, It Is but ono
tenth of our gratitude, which wo al
ways fcol toward our neighboring
Thus the .course of study propos
ed In our 'institute In tho following
table nro aimed to supplement the
American culture that of Japan
ese and bring, them Into that unity
nnd harmopy of chnracler which
may wcl ho tailed tho tpo of uni
Course of Studv,
riKST YEAH: 1. Heading, n.
Hotokukl or I.lfo and Teaching of
Nlnomljn Sontoku. b. New middle
Bchool Header, by Dr. Tmihouchl,
No. J, 2. 2. Composition. 3. I'en
niantdilp. 4. Hlstoiy, Kokushlgnu
or Essence of Japanese History, (an
cient.) 3. Geography, Japanese
geography by Dr. Shiga. 'C. Trans
lation: Ilaldwln's 4th Header.
SECOND YEAH: 1. lleodlng. n.
Ono hundred moral addrosseu by l'u
kuraw.i Yuklchl, founder of Kclq
Unlvuislty. u. Now middle school
Header No, 3. c. Nnturo and man
by Younger Tokutoml. 2. Composi
tion and giammar. 3. Medienval
lllHtnt . I. Japanese Geography, to
bo concluded. S, "Translation Eaf
eadlu llearn'u tho.Kokoro.
TIIlIU YEAR: K Reading, a.
On tenxcaidlnnl virtues, by Knlhara
Klillion. b. Now middle school Read
er No. I. c. KoKuclui or Tide of Clv
lllbatlon, (a novel by Tokutoml.) 2.
Composition and nrnminai, :. Mod
ern lltstoo. 4. Man and tho Earth,
by Dr. Achlmurn, H. Tiansl.illun
I.afcadla Ile.un'g tho Kokoto.
FOURTH YEAR. 1. Heading, n.
On national ihniactcrlsttcs, by Prof.
Haga . b. Now middle school Read,
cr No. n. c. Novel. 2. Composi
l.lterntuic, h Dr. Haga. 4
lo admitted hy their lequcst into
our institution who.havo bomo lutei
cst In the study of Japan.
CARD OF THAHKS.
The Executive Commltlco at tho
It land of Hawaii on tho citcrtnln-
Short HUtorj of Japanese ;,,ient ,f tl10 IH"B Congressmen
Hlstoiy .nercii cxiucwcs Its cougrntulallom
lo the Individual committees, wi
thtough their united efforts, mndn
tho visit of our guests a mcmoinblo
one, in which our Island homo will
nluaa be icmcmbcrcd to her ciedlt.
Dafcd Kalinin, Sept. 11th, 1309.
' H. U. 110I.STEIN, Clnlriiinii.
PALMER 1'. WOODS.
II, E. KAWEWEIII.
of Civilization, u. Translation the
llushldo, or tho Soul of Japan, by Dc.
As our lesson extend only for two
hours, fiom seven o'clock to nluo in
tho morning, lest wo should deprive,
those hovs and girls of the time of
their attending to tho Amcik.in
schools, wo nro going to liavo n lib
ran which (omnlics the famous
works on of Japanese lltciaturo and Ne.ul nil height traffic on tho
hlstoiy, to thnt It may ennblo them Southern Pacific lallroad was held
to completo theli knowledgo about P allow tho passing of n spo
tho thing Japancso being ndmlttet clal ttalu rlinrtcied bj Clmlcs M
freely thero In their leisure Schwab to tako him from Houston,
These nro tlioalni nnd scope of Tex,, to New Orleans. Mr. Schwab
our Institution, but I must not for-1 had been Inspecting Iron mines In
get to add that any American Will Texas.
We have secured thevexclusive Honolulu Agency for the famous F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing
Works of San Francisc o. (l , . ,. , t) (i, ;,
We will now undertake to clean or dye the most delicate textile fabrics, ostrich feathers, etc.,
at Coast prices, and wilLgu3rant.ee all work. , f , , .,
Goods will be called for, sent to San Francisco by every steamer and be back by return steamer.
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