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' CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION, PHILADELPHIA,
DOMINION OF CANADA,
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO.
C VTALOGUE OF EXIII-BITS
TKI> liV [IlNTKll, HOSE 'AND COMPANY.
CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION, PHILADELPHIA,
DOMINION OF CANADA,
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO.
CATALOGUE OF EXHIBITS
PRINTED BY HUNTER, ROSE AND COMPANY.
THE HONOURABLE ADAM CROOKS, M.P.P., Q.C., LL.D.,
Minister of Education.
J. GEORGE HODGINS, LL.D.,
Secretary and Accountant.
FRANCIS J. TAYLOR,
JOHN T. R. STINSON,
Clerk of Statistics.
Clerk of ^Records.
W. H. ATKINSON,
A. C. PAULL,
Clerk of Correspondence.
Clerk of References.
J. H. KERR, J. S. BARBER, FRANK NUDEL, HENRY P. DAVIES,
F. T. GRIFFIN Assistants.
S. P. MAY, M.D., I H. M. WILKINSON,
Clerk of Libraries. Cashier and Assistant Clerk.
S. A. MAY, S. B. SYKES, W. SWEETEN, R. J. BRYCE, R. L. CATHRON,
A. J. SANGSTER, A. F. LOBB Assistants.
THE HONOURABLE OLIVER MOWAT, M.P.P., Q.C.,
ADAM CROOKS, M.P.P., Q.C.,
Provincial Treasurer & Minister.
TIMOTHY BLAIR PARDEE, M.P.P., Q.C.,
Commissioner of Crown Lands.
CHRIS. FINLAY FRASER, M.P.P., Q.C.,
Commissioner of Public Works.
SAMUEL CASEY WOOD, M.P.P.,
Commissioner of Agriculture, Immigration, &c.
toitral Committee of
Rev. Prof. GEO. PAXTON YOUNG,
JAMES A. MCLELLAN, LL.D.
J. M. BUCHAN, M.A.
S. ARTHUR MARLING, M.A.
High School Inspectors.
JOHN J. TILLEY,
JOHN C. GLASHAN,
Public School Inspectors.
CATALOGUE OF SCHOOL MATERIAL
EXHIBITED BY THE
REPORTS OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS PHOTOGRAPHS AND MODELS
OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS PUPILS' WORK SCHOOL METHOD, &c.
(a) Historical and Statistical.
This section (a) relates to the High and Public Schools under the
control of the Education Department of Ontario.
1. Education Reports of Upper Canada, from 182'1 to 1845.
2. Annual Reports of the Chief Superintendent of Education, from
1845 to 1874. 9
3. Inspectors' Special Reports of Public Schools in Ontario, 21 vols.
4. The Public School Law of Ontario.
5. General Regulations for the organization, government and discipline
of Public Schools in Ontario.
6. The Law relating to the Council of Public Instruction, in regard to
the Normal Schools, Collegiate Institutes and High Schools in
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7. The Law relating to Roman Catholic Separate Schools in Ontario,
8. Remarks on the Non-Separate School agitation.
9. School Law Lectures explanatory of the new School Law, by J. G.
Hodgins, LL.D., Deputy Minister of Education.
10. Catalogues of the People's Depository for Ontario, from 1852 to
11. The Journal of Education for Ontario, from 1848 to 1875.
12. The Canada Educational Directory, by A. Marling, LL.B., Secretary
to Minister of Education.
13. Meteorological Reports of the High Schools, from 1868 to 1870.
14. Tablet explanatory of Public School meetings, and how to conduct
15. Tablet of School Arbitrations and Awards.
16. Tablet with Blank Public School Debentures for the Province of
(b) Reports from the Educational Institutions in Ontario.
17. Examination Papers of the University of Toronto, from 1872 to
18. The Calendar of University College, Toronto, from 1870 to 1875.
19. The Calendar of Trinity College, Toronto, from 1858 to 1875.
20. Reports and Calendars of Queen's College, Kingston, from 1841 to
21. Reports and Papers of the Ontario Institutions for the Deaf, Dumb,
. and Blind, from 1859 to 1875.
22. Reports of the Inspector of Asylums, Prisons, and Charities in On-
tario, from 1871 to 1875.
Educational Institutions and other Public Buildings in Ontario, including
Asylums, Public Charities, &c.
(a) Educational Institutions.
These Institutes are represented by large photographs of the buildings,
mounted in frames averaging 2 feet 6 inches long by 2 feet high.
23 The University of Toronto.
This University was originally established by Royal Charter,
and endowed with a grant of Public Lands, in 1828. The an-
nual income from this endowment now exceeds $55,0 00. It is
exclusively Provincial, being supported by Provincial funds and
subject to the general control of the Government, but possessing
its own governing body, and is not within the jurisdiction of the
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ONTARIO. 3
24. University of Trinity College, Toronto.
This University is not of a Provincial character. It was
established for the instruction of members of the Church of
England, and obtained a Royal Charter in 1852'. It is sup-
ported by an endowment from subscriptions in England and in
25. Victoria Methodist University, Cobourg.
This College obtained University powers in 1841, to confer
degrees in Arts, Theology, Law and Medicine. It is chiefly
supported by an income derived from an endowment of about
$100,000, contributed by voluntary subscriptions.
26. Albert (Methodist Episcopal) University, Belleville,
Albert University was established in 1857, and obtained Uni-
versity powers in 1871.
27. Knox Presbyterian College, Toronto.
This College was established in 1845. The course is chiefly
28. De La Salle Roman Catholic Institute, Toronto.
29. Brookhurst Ladies' Academy, Cobourg.
30. Ladies Presbyterian College, Brantford.
31. Ladies Wesley an College, Whitby.
32. Wesleyan Female College, Hamilton.
(b) Public Buildings in Ontario.
These Institutions are chifley maintained and managed by the Provin-
33. Institution for the Blind, Brantford.
This Institution was founded for the purpose of instructing
blind pupils of sound intellect, in the ordinary branches of an
English education. Pupils unable to pay the nominal sum of
$50 per annum are boarded and taught gratuitously.
34. Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.
This Institution was established in 1870, for the education of
Deaf-Mutes in the Province of Ontario, between the ages of
seven and twenty-one years. The course of study comprises the
usual English education. The boys learn carpentering, cabinet-
making, shoe-making, farming and gardening ; and the girls are
taught sewing, kifitting and general domestic work.
35. Provincial Lunatic Asylum, Toronto.
36. Lunatic Asylum, London.
37. Lunatic Asylum, Londoa.
38. Inebriate Asylum, Hamilton.
39. Public General Hospital, Toronto.
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40. House of Industry, Toronto.
41. Temperance Hall. Toronto.
42. Reformatory for Boys, Penetanguishene.
43. Court House, County of Carleton, Ottawa.
44. County Jail, Carleton, Ottawa.
45. Central Prison, Toronto.
46. City and County Jail, Hamilton.
Public and High School Buildings.
These Schools are exclusively under the control of the Education Depart-
ment. For particulars as to their government, prescribed course of studies,
&c., see the Report on Educational Institutes of Ontario for the Centennial
Exhibition of 1876, by the Hon. Adam Crooks, Minister of Education.
(a) Education Department.
47. The Education Department, Toronto, showing the Normal and Model
Schools, Grounds, &c.
This Department prescribes Text Books, Library and Prize
Books, programme and subjects of study, apportions the Legis-
lative Grant and generally controls all matters relating to the
Public and High Schools.
(b) Normal and Model Schools.
These Schools have been established for the supply of trained Teachers.
Two Model Schools for boys and girls are attached to the Normal School
at Toronto, to aid in the practical training of Normal School students.
48. Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.
49. Provincial Normal School, Ottawa.
(c) Collegiate Institutes.
High Schools which have four Masters at least, and an average of sixty
male classical pupils, are called Collegiate Institutes.
50. Collegiate Institute, Hamilton.
51. Collegiate Institute, Brantford.
52. Collegiate Institute, Peterborough.
53. Collegiate Institute, Kingston.
(d) High Schools.
The High (or secondary) Schools are open to pupils of both sexes who
can pass an entrance examination, chiefly in the fourth class work of the
Public Schools. These Schools are intended to furnish a higher English,
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ONTARIO. 5
or a classical course with modern languages, so that the pupils may be fitted
to pass the matriculation examination in the University or to enter business.
54. High School, Mitchell.
55. High School, Belleville.
56. High School, Morrisburgh.
57. High School, Port Perry.
58. High School, Guelph.
59. High School, Goderich.
60. High School, Thorold.
(e) Union, High and Public Schools.
61.. Union School, Napanee.
62. Union School, Morrisburgh.
63. Public and High School, Napanee.
(/) Public Schools.
The Public (or Primary) Schools are open the whole year for the chil-
dren of all residents within the school division between the age of five and
twenty-one to attend school free of all charge. The Inspectors are compel-
led to take a census of the children, and in case any between the ages of
seven and twelve years have not been under instruction for four months in
the year at least, they must notify the parents, and can impost a rate of
one dollar per month for each child in case the neglect continues ; or may
lay a complaint before a Justice of the Peace, who has power to fine,
and, in default, imprison for the offence. (See Exhibition Report of Min-
ister of Education for 1876.
64. Ward School, Toronto.
65. Central Public School, East, Ottawa.
66. Central Public School, West, Ottawa.
67. St. George's Ward, Primary School, Ottawa.
68. Victoria Ward, Primary School, Ottawa.
.69. Central Public School, Hamilton.
70. Ward Public School, Hamilton.
71. Ward Public School, Hamilton.
72. Public School, Brantford.
73. Ward School, Brantford.
74. Ward School, Brantford.
75. Central School, Goderich.
76. Public School, Goderich.
77. Public School, Goderich.
78. Public School, Morrisburgh.
' 79. Public School, Mitchell.
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(g) Models of School Buildings.
These models are made to a proper scale for working, and with the
ground plans are used for reference by Trustees requiring information re-
pecting valuation, school accommodation, &c., previous to erecting new
80. Model of Building for Collegiate Institute.
81. Model of Public School.
82. Model of Interior, showing seats and desks, gallery, waiting-rooms,
83. Model of a Building erected in a rural district.
(h) School Plans.
84. Plan of Public School, Mitchell.
85. Plan of School premises, Mitchell.
86. Plan of High School, Mitchell.
87. Plan of first floor in Academy, Napanee.
88. Plan of first floor in Ward School House, Napanfee.
89 Plan of School House, Simcoe.
90. Plan of School Grounds, Simcoe.
91. Plan of High School, Thorold.
92. Plan, of School Grounds, Thorold.
School Fittings and Furniture.
93. The Ontario School Desk, with two separate folding seats, manufac-
tured by Charles Potter, Toronto. Single desk and seat, $4;
Double desk and two seats, $6.
94. Canada Desk, manufactured by W. Stahlschmidt. Preston. Double
desk and two seats, $4 50 ; single desk and seat, $3 25.
95. The Favourite, manufactured by W. Stahlschmidt, Preston. Double
desk and seat, $3 75 ; single desk and seat, $3 25.
96. Model of Gynasium, with various kinds of (jalisthenic apparatus.
97. Specimen of Black Board Plating, which can be applied on paper,
wood or plaster, and can be used with talc pencil instead of chalk.
98. Map Stand, to contain set of ten maps, with moveaole support to show
maps at any elevation.
99. Specimens of Ink Wells, unevaporating, metal, &c., &c.
100. Blackboard Brushes, Lamb's Wool, Tapestry, &c.
101. Blackboard Dividers, Crayons, &c.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ONTARIO. 7
School Work Penmanship Maps and Drawings.
This work is executed chiefly by pupils in the Public and Model Schools
from ten to fourteen years of age ; in some few cases this age has been
(a) Map Drawing.
102. Map of England and Wales, A. V. Mclntosh, Girls' Model School,
103. Map of Journeys, St. Paul, L. Y. Samo, Girls' Model School, Toronto.
104. do Ontario, M. Yannevar, do do
105. do South America, J. F. McKim, do do
106. do Ontario, E. A. Dunn, do do
107. do do L. McLean, do do
108. do do W. H. Lindop, St. Thomas High School.
109. do British Isles, R. C. Nan ton, Boys' Model School, Toronto.
110. do World, A. Lyman, do do
111. do World, C. J. To wnsend, do do
112. do England and Wales, J. L. Lehrle, do do
113. do North America, H. M. Pellatt, do do
114. do America, W. G. Hampton, do do
115. do South America, A. E. Mackay, do do
116. do South America, G. M. Gibbs, do do
117. do Africa, W. Wilson, Central School, Hamilton.
118. do Asia, J. Turnbull, do do
119. do South America, J. Malcolmson, , do
120. do do W. Gordon, do
121. do Canada (First step), H. J. Lesslie, do
122. do do (Second step), do do
123. do do (Third step), do do
124. do Italy, J. Allan, Central School, do
125. do Centre Piece, D. Acland, do
126. do East Indies, J. Turnbull, do
127. do Palestine, H. Walker, do
128. do Co. Wentworth, do
129. do Oceanica, T. Hutchinson, do
130. do City of Hamilton, H. J. Leslie, do
131. do British Isles, J. Allan, do
132. do Oceanica, T. Hutchinson, do
(&) Drawing (Pencil).
Drawing from objects is one of the prescribed subjects of study for each
class in the Public Schools. See List of Drawing Materials, pp. .
133. Flowers, L. Drew, Public School, Exeter.
134. Animals. J. Moir, do S. S. Usborne.
135. Flowers, A. Moir, do do
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136. Animals, G. Harrison, Public School, Exeter.
137. Flowers, J. Bissett, do Usborne.
138. Animals, E. Hutchinson, Public School, Exeter.
139. do T. Oke, do do
140. do M. Harrison, do do
141. do M. A. Bissett, do do
142. Landscape, G. Stewart, do S. S. 2, ColborLC.
143. Animals, J. Elston, do S. S. 5, Usborne.
144. Miscellaneous, W. Welsh, do Township Usborne.
145. Ship, H. P. Eckhardt, Boys' Model School, Toronto.
146. Human Figures, C. J. Townsend, Boys' Model School, Toronto.
147. Miscellaneous, J. G. Morris, do do
148. do J. Harstone, do do
149. Landscape, A. E. Blogg, do do
150. Miscellaneous, G. Gregg, do do
151. do H. Pellatt, do do
152. Landscape, F. W. Brown, do do
153. Miscellaneous, H. Howitt, do do
154. do R. Denison, do do
155. Landscape, C. R. Rogers, do do
156. Miscellaneous, J. Laidlaw, do do
157. do H. C. Nanton, do do
158. do A. Martin, do do
159. do B. Hoch, do do
160. do W. Dickey, Girls' Model School, Toronto.
161. do A. Alley, do do
162. do N. Mathews, do do
163. do L. Toose, do do
164. do H. Walker, . do do
165. Landscape, E. Colgan, do do
166. Miscellaneous, H. Hamilton, do do
167. do A. Fisher, do do
168. Landscape, K. Ferguson, do do
169. Miscellaneous, M. Howard, do do
170. Landscape, M. Vannevar, do do
171. do M. Wilson, do do
172. Miscellaneous, G. Cooper, do do
173. do J. Hamilton, do do
174. do F. B. Peterkin, do do
175. do C.Stewart, do do
176. Human Figure, L. Dobbyn, School, Strathroy.
177. Landscape, W. T. Crispin, do do
178. do R. Diem, do do
179. Moonlight Scene, E. Woodhull, do do
180. 'Landscape, A. Slater, do do
NOTE. Those marked miscellaneous are drawn from objects.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ONTARIO.
181. Crayon Drawing, L. Barnes, School, Strathroy.
182. Human Figure, J. Collins, do do
183. Landscape, M. Kilty, do do
184. Miscellaneous, L. Carmichael, do do
M. Messacar, Normal School, Toronto.
M. F. Spence,
R. G. Marshall,
A. S. Gray,
204. Specimen of writing, J. Fraser, Girls Model School, Toronto.
F. B. Petf rkin,
M. H. Wilson,
A. A. Duck,
J. Langley, Boys
H. P. Eckhardt,
W. S. Jones,
NOTE. From 184 to 203 inclusive are drawn from objects by Teachers in training.
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223. Specimen of Writiug, G. J. Ussher, Boys Model School, Toronto.
W. A. Richardson, do do
W. J. Williams, do do
J. Harstone, do do
J. R. Walker, do do
A. Fowler, S. S. 3, W. Wawanosh.
M. J. Durnin, do do
J. Murray, do do
J. Radcliff, do do
J. Durnin, do do
J. A. Patterson, do do
J. McDonald, do do
W. J. Mathers, S. S. 4, W. Wawanosh.
S. Gaunt, do do
E. J. Campbell, d > do
W. Gumming, do do
J. Gaunt, do do
Wm. Peterkin, Public School, Tp. Usborne.
J. Hodgson, do do
E. Frayne, do do
M. Carling, Public School, Exeter.
E. Hicks, do do
L. Southcott, do do
E. Harwood, do do
S. Harris/ do do
G. A. Case, do do
R. Hawkins, Public School, S. S. 2, Hay.
N. Mack, do do
A. Case, do do
J. Mack, do do
H. Strong, Public School, S. S. 2, Usborne.
M. Moir, do do
E. Bartt, Public School, S. S. 2, Colborne.
A. McNeil, High School, Mitchell.
H. W. Rath, do do
R. Kerr, do do
L. J. Johnston, do do
M. Ritchey, Public School, Haliburton.
D. J. Ritchey, do do
P. Findlay, do do
J. Ritchey, do do
H. H. Peel, Public School, Minden.
fl. M. Burt, do do
J. Down, do do
W. Down, do do
E. Burt, do . do
*239. This boy is only seven years old.
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269. Specimen of writing, E. Darnin, Public School, 3, W. Wawanosh.
~ J. T. McManis,
Salle R. C. Institute,
J. Hillyard,De La Salle R.
C. Institute, Toronto.
F. M. Ronayne,
J. J. Burns,
J. P. Halpin,
J. A. Lamb,
Specimens of Drawing from the School of Practical Science, Toronto.
This School was established in 1873. Lectures are given on Chemistry,
Geology and Physics, and classes are instructed in Linear and Freehand
294. Section and Elevation Steam Cylinder, J. W. Harcourt.
295. Elevation Double Blowing Engine, W. C. Ogilvy.
296. Express Locomotive, C. F. Howell.
297. Isometrical View of Windlass, J. H. Ewart.
298. Architectural Drawing, J. A. Wells.
299. Front Elevation and Ground Plans, P. S. Carre*.
300. Section of Engine, H. M. Williams.
301. do W. C. Ogilvy. *
302. Steam Crane, H. N. Williams.
303. Architectural Drawing, S. H. Townsend.
304. do do
305. do do
306. do do
307. Plan Bridge, J. A. Carbert.
308. Sculcoates' Bridge, do
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209. Mill Gearing Example of Shading W. C. Ogilvy.
310. Antique (copy), J. S. Goselin.
311. do J. Somers.
312. do J. Clare.
313. do W. Miller.
314. do Dr. Hillary.
315. do do
School Method and Organization.
316. Entrance Examination Papers for High Schools and Collegiate Insti-
tutes, from 1873 to 1875.
317. Entrance Examination Papers for Normal School.
318. Entrance Examination Papers for first, second and third class Certi-
ficates in the Normal School, Toronto, from 1858 to 1874.
319. Examination Papers for first and second class Provincial Certificates,
and third class County Certificates, from 1871 to 1875.
320. General Register of School attendance.
321. Daily Register do
322. High School Register do
323. General Limit Table of Studies in the Public Schools.
324. Order and classification of studies for the Public Schools.
325. Time Table, with hours of attendance and occupation of school time.
.326. Blank Weekly Report of standing of pupils in Public Schools. At;
tendance, conduct, diligence and recitations in Class I, II and III.
.327. Public School Pupils' Lesson Report (blank) on subjects of study, &c.
(for a Term), Class IV, V, and VI.
.328. Public School Report (blank) of one month's Credit and Demerit
329." Public School Pupils' Monthly Summary (for four months) of attend-
ance, conduct and recitations in subjects of study.
330. Honor Roll for High Schools, with blank spaces for names.
331. Honor Roll for Public Schools do do
,332. Certificates, cards and rewards of merit for good conduct, diligence, &c.
333. Single Merit Cards for do do
334. Ten Merit Cards do do
335. Fifty Merit Cards do do
336. Hundred Merit Cards ' do do
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ONTARIO. 13
TEXT-BOOKS FOR PUBLIC AND HIGH SCHOOLS BOOKS RELATING TO
THE PROFESSION OF TEACHING, AND LIBRARY AND PRIZE BOOKS.
The price charged for Text-Books is at the rate of 18 cents for books-
published in Europe at Is. sterling, or 70 cents for books published in the
United States at $1.00, averaging 35 per cent, lower than the usual retail
price of these books.
(a) List of Text Books authorized for use in the Public Sclwols, January, 1876.
1. The Canadian National Series of Reading Books. (Authorized
2. The Spelling Book, A Companion to the Readers. (Authorized
3. Miller's Analytical and Practical English Grammar. (Authorized
4. An English Grammar for Junior Classes. By the Rev. H. W. Davies,