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ACCOUNT IF ACCUSATIONS
TAKEN BY CONTRIBUTOR
The Missionary's Work in the Fairly
Days of Hawaii His Smites
to Natives Description
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We hear again of long ago, ami hear
again tho everlostlrn? roaring, the
ahuslve and falslftlug erica from a, cr
tain dais In our community nKjfmi
tho ever-hated mlfslonnry of and In
these Islandi. In Justice to the case for
all concerned we will take It upon our
selves to venture n few expressions
and opinions, thereby to show whethir
the coming of that accused sinner, an I
the work he did, and some nro still do
Ing, merit, or the censure nccordrd him
V that class so ready to accuse, vlll
fy and condemn.
In speaking of these teachers to tho
natlvo race "it seems essential to do
personal and mention names, since wo
all know them, and so bring them
under our category. I do not mean to
speak upon this topic from a stand
point of "a mere hcaisay," but rothr
and altogether from our own personal
observations, knowledge and contact.
First, then, we shall bring before uh
the missionary's good or better slilo
ns we found him, and If such side ho
really merits then wc shall follow up
and roast him for his evil work, his de
merits, If such we have discovered and
1. Tho Missionary s Work:
lie has given the natlvo a good, sen
sible and practical education, taught
him not only to read and wrlto but
even tho rudiments of husbandry and
domestic order; trained htm away
from his vices, gross Immoralities and
Bcnsualltles Into a better, moro frutj.il,
more sober, more honorable and more
manly life; fathered his troubles In
time of sickness and perplexities; led
him away fiom Idol worship nnd vain
superstition; protected him and h's
mate and taught them virtues to bavo
them from being anew defiled by his
evil designed haole despoiler. In fin
lookejl after him with a fatherly caro
and conscientiousness and a self-sacrificing
affection to prepare him for a
life of greater usefulness to himself
and the world, and to shield him from
destruction. Such in tho main, Is what
tho missionary has done for the kanaka
race. And no wonder the latter, after
realizing the true worthiness of his
friend the missionary showed gratl
tude by faithful attachment and affer
tlon till, nlas, tho Inroads of manv
evil-designing haoles Into Itawaii-ncl
from at lover tho world and mlsleadluz
I by many of 'their diabolical and abom
' Innhlo examples and spectacles of life
and conduct, tn easily connaing 'na
tives Into bias, prejudice and hatred
against his teacher and tho grossest
abuses of what ,they wero taught and
Ono of the many horrible-examples
we might produce we mlght'here fltlp
expose. Wo were told of the good
and high" days of the whaling fleet
these Islands serving as a recruiting
station, when ships by tho hundreds
were riding In Honolulu harbor, manv
at Lahalna, Maul, and some at Hlla
bay. And if we chose to infer that the
"vory choicest of characters aro
scarcely engaged In that avocation, we
may also infer tho "Ileitlam" that must
have reigned In nil those ports. Indeed
wo ourselves have looked a bit 'Into
whaling life and formed tho opinion
that some of the "wiry tales" related
othlevcs wero probably and horrlbl
even quite true,
What did Borne of these whalers do
in their good, old Jolly days In the land
of tho Kanaka? We will tako Lnhal-
na for one caso, where we gathered
part of our Information, and from
natives and whites who were on the
spot and even helped on tho "Jollv
Wero you ever there, my missionary
hater fellow, ami inquired Into thoeo
things? Did you tako the pains to
look at tho bullet holes driven Into
tho Missionary Baldwin adobe house on
Main Btrect, near tno urooKT n bo ma
you also Inquire for tho causo of tho
shooting Into the old man'B permlses
by the Bailors? If you did so, then 70 1
must havo boon told the uamo as I
was told, and not by even missionary
friends cither, namely, that Just be-
causo Mr. D. advised the wnhlno por
tion of the populace to stay away from
tho ships, and this more especially dur
ing hlghts a decree which aroused tho
Iro of some beasts of tho crew to "coma
over and reckon with that mean mis
sionary," and bo starting the fusllado
agulnst his house and homo.
Then again, did you peep Into that
big long storehouse next tho Govern
ment building near tho wharf (Qucoi
Umma's former property) and look
at that long, awfully long counter over
which tons of poUon and abominations
wero sold to tho unsophisticated kau 1
kas? And, by tho way, by whom? by
'and nmnhrlifl and him you wilt,
more till, all you mlnslonuyhiterit
, There Is certainly no lack of material
llul If I that no for the present and only
add the still Ktratrr facts, I, ., Hit
possibilities of a whaling crew of him
ill nil of ships In Honolulu ar.ii llllo
waters! but we wl'l it nflne that how
to the mere scope of the Imagination.
Ruch, thin, as llkiwlii" the abomin
able Influences and acts of another lot
of half and wholly depraved whKe
yellow and c.rce.1 fxelmi trass, of
whom this hlahly '.Vurrl llttU land
has ever and Is now it 1 .ess the uf
fcrcr. With turn awful conditions
and facts In our fyei and niliu'j. It
would hardly 11et.11 p'liilblj to re'.llii
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nlMO MOTUU 8T npposslt Uothot.
tho baneful Influences and cAVils upoi
tho native charn-Sr, his life unf. cm
duct and iUM.cptlt.llit' Inculcnlld ni.d
practiced by the missionaries antithesis
the antl-mlsslonary class. And thl tho
moro by the stronger ami moro In
fluential section of that class, I. p . th?
land shark, the wild and unscruimlnvs
speculator, tho thieving nnd 1 lux
trader; together with the gambler. Hit
professional pandcicr, the silly sport
and fashionable swell, with all tin
rest of that pernicious Ilk. All thoc,
guilty In tho catalogue of crimes ik
enumerated, belong to tire set which
not, as their enemy the missionary
converted the native but rather and
altogether perverted htm, nnay from
the good and true path of life uud
honor Into the filthy, loathsome and de
based creature, of whom, to .our deep
regret, we must behold many, some al
ready removed by death, as others yet
living. And, If perchance, anyone
should deem this too strong talk, wo
then would tell him again and proto
our every assertion correct In saying,
that among all the rest of the kanaka
race, who have not been overpolsone-I
with blaB and prejudice, on tho part
of these mlsslonary-hatcrs, we And
such natives as yet tho staunch friends
and admirer of his former teacher; and
moro than that, glvo ample proofs by
their noble conduct, that tho labor and
efforts spent upon him br his fatherly
teacher have Indeed not been in vain,
but to tho contrary have brought a dua
and noble reward. Such at leant, is
our Arm and unfaltering conviction in
a way and a manner which we havo
teamed to know, tho native character
by his actions and deportment.
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me, let ui talk over the matter with you. It won't bore us to talk "shop," and we tho Immoral ami unscrupulous and avu
will try not to bore you.
Washington, Dec. 13.V-Tho will of
Mrs. Mnry I.. Mcl.enn, or, us she Is bat
ter known, Mrs. Washington McLean,
tho mother of John II. McLean, Mm.
Ludlow nml Mrs. Dewey, was tiled fur
probate with tho Mcglster of Wills hero
The body of the Instrument uulcU
was drawn up on December 17, 189i),
leaves tho estate, valued at about $-.-000,000,
tf John K. McLean, Mrs. Per
cy (tlten Mrs. Hazcn) and Mrs. Luillo.v
then Mrs. Iliighcr), absolutely and In
fco simple, to bo divided among tho
three, share nnd share alike.
Mrs. McLean flrst wills to, John It.
McLean a silver tea service, marked
"Washington McLean," which was giv
en to Mrs. McI.ean'B husband by his
brother. All tho rest of her person
effects, including Jewelry, h.uschold
furniture, valuable bric-a-brac, china
and glassware, books, pictures, et;..
is divided between and given abso
lutely to MrB. Dewey aud Mrs. Lud
low, with the exception of a diamond
Btuildcd watch, and a solitaire diamond
ring, which are bequeathed to Mr J.
John R. McLean.
After disposing of tho personal prop
erty, tho will, without mentioning tho
property or fixing any value, upon tho
residue of tho estate, provides that It
shall be divided equally between John
It. McLean. Mrs. Ludlow nnd Mri.
Dewey, and they nro appointed executor
A codicil, dated I'ebrunry 4, 1900, and
written In n femalo hand, 'Abrogates the
foregoing paragraph. It provides tli.t
tho residue of the estate mention id
above shall bo equally shared and held
as tenants In common by John II. Mc
Lean, Mrs. Dewey nnd Mm. Ludlow for
life only, and upon tho death of niy
one of them and of each ono of thorn
tho estate nnd portion hcrolnbeforo giv
en to him or'her for life Is given abso
lutely and in feo slmplo to thoso lineal
descendants of tho legatee who Bhall bo
living at tho time of such death, they
to take sharo by tho branch of the
family, and not per capita, and In the
event that there Bhall be no lineal do
scendants or descendant, then to such
person or persons as shall at that tlmo
nnswer the description of lir heirs U
law, absolutely and In fee s'nle.
It Is announced ns tho Intention of
tho testatrix that her son and two
daughters shall each tako onlv n life
estate In ono undivided thlri part of
said estate, and that Biich Hfe estate
shall not bo extended to n feo slmplo
cstato by tho operation of tho rulo In
Tho codicil was drawn nfter MM
Dowey's marrlago with tho Admiral
nnd with tho nppnrent Intention that
if there should bo a child horn to the'"
It should rccelvo n ono-thlril sharo iS
tho estate, . If there was no lns'i
however, nnno of the r-al uroier'
could fall Into tho hands of Admlr.l
Dowcy or his family In the event n
Mrs. Dewey's death.
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