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TELEPHONE NO. SI.
NOW Is tho time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and jour
Roofs Put In Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, 8ewerlng and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. das. Nott, Jr..
Store, Bertanla Near Emma 8t.
Tel, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
Whatever you drink out
side, let your homo beer be
Schlit. Th.it is pure beer.
No bacilli in h ttothinp to(
maKC )UU uinuin.
liecr is a acchariue pro
duct, and thegerms multiply
rapidly in it. The slighust
taint "of impurity quickly
ruins its he.ilthfulness.
We k ,0 the utmost on
Ironies to 'proven t that.
Cleanliness is a science
whereSchlitz beer is brewed.
I We even cool the beer in
nlntotflas rooms in nothing
'but filtered air.
filter the beer,
FREEMASONARY AND ITS INFLUENCE
IN AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR
At the outbreak of the Resolution
Masonic lodges In America were few
and feeble. The oldest of them had
existed less than hnlt n rentury, and
tho membership was exceedingly
small. Ilut wnat was lacking. In mini-! wore ten of these lodges; tney wer
tier was moro than supplied In quality, stnttered among the camps from Mas-
Tlu Freemasons or that period inclurt
On the Field of Battle. , -l upon for an explnnutlou, and he,
Dut the most Important sen Ice, aft- llku a good Mason, made a clean breast
r-r tho Revolution as talrly launch- of tho whole affair. Whereupon the
cd, was rendered by the lodges form- members ot the lodge took up a con
ed In tho Continental Army. Thero,trlbutlon for tho ftigltlvo brother, and.
tliougn ins enemy in war, assisieei mm
to reach tho American lines across the
And Schlitz beer is njed.
The beer that m.-Wes you
H, W. BARTH. t bilious is gam beer.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator whcn or(Jcr a )(,t.r
Metal Roofing. forourlihine,KLtthehcalth-
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work. ' fulncxs without the harm.
k4Swrt.Ht.OssMmhnt "onoluto Q beer-tjet .111 old
kl. Vhite 41 P. O. Box 170. ,";. Kot bT' '',. rU
cd the Doner of Colonial friendship,
and their very lewness wns a source,
of strength. In n small lodge nil could
know and trust encn other; all fntt
the need of absolute secrecy In ilellb
nation, of solidarity In nctlon. Ilenco
l Is not strange thnt some of these Co
lonial lodges hut nine tho centers of
In the Lodpr Room,
Kent-must among these was the
lodge of St. Andrew, at Boston. Found
I'd ' In t75tS. And e bartered by thu
flrumK Lodge of Scotland In 1760, It
began its career Independent of Kne-
Huh Influence and Just In time to
share In tho opening scenes or the
war for Independe nee. Joseph War
ren was Its Master; Paul Ilevere ono
of Its curly lultlatia nnd secretaries.
and Inter Its Master, and on Its rolls
uere the names ot nearly all who am
now ree ognlre-d as the leading charac
ters of that ctentful epoch. And al
most every Important movement In
the patriotic aust In Huston, preced
ing and prrdpltatlng tho resolution,
may bo traced back directly or Indi
rectly to St. Andrew 'h I-ocige.
sAihusetts to North Carolina, nnd
their growth was fostered and encour
aged by the Commander In Chief,
Washington himself attended their
communications freouentll now as a
Another InsUnco of Masonic mag
nanimity occurred when t..o bravo
Union DeKnlb, our German ally, was
slain at. the battle of Camden In 17S0,
Mice to Property Owiers.
1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST-
riASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figurj on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
-Cvemeatral. c H BROWN,
r.rrltnrv Stables. King St.
",the Hrcwcry Uottling.
Muefarlutu & Co.. l.ul .
51 Kaabumnnu St. Honolulu
Cull lor thu Hrrvn rjr Uotlllnn.
visitor, meeting soldier brethren on a j Although ho had crossed tho Atlantic
U'vcl. and now. as Master, sitting In the to take part In n quarrel that was not
nilcntnl chair and bringing a candidate bis, against the British, he was burled
to Masonic light. It- was in ono 6f
these lodges American Union, at Mor
rlstown, N. J. that Lafayette Is be
lieved to hnve received his degrees.
l.odco meetings wore sometimes
hi Id In officers' tents nnd sometimes,
as In the case of the nrmy encamped
mi thu Hudson, In a permanent build
ing spec lally erected for that purpose.
And so aetlw wero those military Ma
sc ns that a mooment was started, and
stcrul conventions held at Morris
town, with a view to establishing an
American general grand lodge and
making Washington Urand Master of
the United btates.
It Is difficult to otorcsumate the
strategic value or tneso army lodges.
In the first place they promoted fel
lowship and solidarity In the ranks
nnd sympathy between officers and
men. In an army where mo numuicsi
nr- pVlvato might sit In lodge on a
ce- with the Commander In Chief I
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Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
Tim fomnlis "4rilltl iif I.ltmrtV '
Knnlzed In 175 to resist the enforce- v,Sth the Commander In Lhl' thvro
ment of the Stamp Act. wcie but an nrose a spirit or self-sacrlllcn, mutual
offsluHit of this lodtie. ns was also thu helplulness and dootlon an esprit
"North End Caucus." to v,hlch was du corim which no hireling soldiery
ccimmltted the execution of some of-ceuM have. Where tho distinctions
11... ...o. .i.,i.u iiiu r in., luirinii of rank were lost In tho ties of broth-
UK, luwrt u......f, ,..... , ......... - -
lloth or these ornanlntlons met at the ernooo. uu iue iuiiw. ",'i. ,'
(Iiii-ii DiaKon Tavern, which was own- rible Winter at alloy lorgp might bo
vd and occupied by 8t. Andrews uiauo ennurame. -lKuin. uu pi-.-AviKi:
and the members of the latter lenco or Masonry In the patriotic army
were leaders In the former. It was at Inbured secrecy In the plans of cam
this taem that tho historic- Uoston palgn and fidelity In their execution.
Tea I'srty was planned b Warren. Councils of war. It la said, wero fro
lic c . and otner members of St. An- uuently held In the lodge room, where
l)ttwH thelf deliberations were under the)
-1-1... m. ...l ,.f li,. l.t.li.rt il a, ilDA llllllllltl Hl'ai 111 ttlttBUUIl OUU UMIIVV
that on the owning after tho tea laden lim. Generals could Intrust their dls-
ships urrlwd In Uoston hnrhor the paicurs cu otu. .bu j "".?,
ledge ndjuurued cm account or small -"". " - """'" " "-
nttendance. and the secretary adds would he dUulge.. Thus our eight
the significant note that "consignees imiu wuiury ureuireu .oruivu ui
of tea took the brethren's time." The strong army ot thu continental son
minutes of December lU, 1773, the '-
datu of the tea party, show that the It Is claimed that nearly oery Aracr-
lodge again adjourned until the aext lean General was a Mason: certainly
..vunlmr llu in,,.,il,un u.ir., nmnm tllU leading OtlC'S WCrC. E CH tllO Si-
tin. i,m,,i ,.f ..mniiuiniiia xhn hmi lies. Ifayette, the Frenchman, and
boarded the shins and were ranldlv Steuucn, ann neiaiD, me uermans,
i,uii 11,.. ,i,n, .i., a t..n ii.ir, n.a w ero tni'iubvni or tho order. John Paul
waters ot llostun harbor. Jones, the rounder or our navy. Is
In the stirring clas which rollowecl Known tei na peuuonen hi. uer
It was l'aul tlcNere. or St. Andrew's hard's lodge at Kirkcudbright, Scot
Ixidge. who earned the title of 'the land, nud probably was a member of It.
patriot Mercury." or "the Messenger "ai no Freemasons been withdrawn
of the Uewlutlon." Thousands or from tho Continental forces, the Key
miles he rode on hoiseback, spreading nlutlon must haw boon R dismal fall
the news of thu destruction of the tea, "re
hearing dispatches to other Colonists, Masons Among British,
to New York and r,..ladelphla, to pro- Hut wo must nowr lorgot that not all
lncla! and continental congresses. 'Freemasons of tho Revolution wero
And on that memorable night bcroro unrolled' in the patriotic ranks that
the battle ot l.cixlngton It was by or- they were numerous In tho Invading
dcr of tho Master of St. Andrew's, Jo- nrmy as well, lloss. t'l hUtorlan of
re ph Warren, that Paul Ilewro set out tho Grand Iodge or Now York, records
upon his ramons rldo to Concord to as operating during tho war In that
warn his countrmeu of tho foe's ap- state alonu more than thirty British
p roach... military lodges. And to the fact that
And when at last the storm which 'Masons wc-ra actiwlv engaged on both
Ltiad been gathering burst In all its (ies Is due some of the most gratlfi-
rury. It was St. Andrew 's Lodgo which Ing Incidents of the war. It Is said
furnished the first great mart) r to that tho fairest flowers are thoso that
American liberty. Joseph Wurren, bloom owr tho wall of party: but how
Major General In the Com.ncntol Ar-imuch more must be said of those that
my. fell at Hunker Hill: and thus tho bloom amid the strlfo or armies, t
lodge which bad almost Initiated tho Karly in tho war an ewnt occurred
war gaw dp Its Master In the battle that prowd tho strength, or the Ma
which determined rorewr the suprem- Bonlc tie. At the Uattle f tuej Cedars,
acy or tho American arms in Massa- near Montreal, Col. John McKinstry.
rhiisotts. No other organliatlon, cllc a Freemason, wns captured by a band
or mlUUrj, or Its numbers, con be com-'(,f Indians whose chlefswas the celc
pared to St. Andrew's Lodge In tho ex- hrated Joseph Ilrand,. also a Mason,
tent of Its contributions to the Amerl- In accordance with savage custom, the
can cause. ae title, 'Cradle of Lib- prisoner was bound to a iftake. faggots
erty," which has been applied to Fan-,were piled about hlro, and tho torch
euli Hall, rightfully belongs to the as about to be applied, when he
flrrnn Dragon Tavurn. where gather- nv nhlef rtrant the Hlen which
ed that little band of Masous who pre-, Masons know the world around the
clpltated the American Hevolutlon. grand hulling slgu of distress. Indian
But there were other lodges which 'though ho was, tho thief recognized
rendered aluahlc- services in the war tue sign and ordered the tortaro to
for independence. St. John's pro In- cense-, and ho and his captor became
tlal grand lodge ul Uoston, tho older fast friends for the re-Bt of. ibelr llws.
rival of St. Andrew's, furnished. In I Again. In 1779, Joseph Burnham. a
the person of its Deputy Grand .Mas- Mason, who was held by tho British
ter Illdloy, the engineer who planned k a prisoner of war In New iork city,
the American fortifications at Bunker escaped and sought shelter in the
I""- Green Bay Tree Tavern, kept by an
t, Oeorge'u lidge. at Schenectady, other Mason named Hopkins, which
N. Y.. wbero many ltmolutlonary offi- i-iei1 ns a mevtlnir nlace for St.
cera were made Masons, honored it- John's I-odgu, which was composed
self and the order by appropriating mostly of British officers. The rugi
lodge funds for tne support of the tlve wns secreted In the tavern gar
families of Its members who had been ret, which was Just above the lodgo
taken prisoners-by the British. re om. and while he was reclining at
Tho Intimate connection between nluht on the nlankrf which formed the
MttBonry and the patriotic movements garret floor, these gave .wuy and pre-
is also shown by the growth of the. or- clpltated tho unfortunate guest Into
der at this time. Master's Lodge alone, the e enter of the lodge in the very
a: Albany, received eighty-three new mliist of Its deliberations. Thu land-
members during tho historic year 177C. lend, who was also the tyler, was call-
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by them wltn both Masonic and mill
Armed Enemy, Masonic Friend.
These nro Illustrations which.
thanks to Masonic teaching, reveal the
foe In a better right than wo nro wont
ti think or htm. Let us notice some
expressions of the same spirit on tho
American side. Lodge Unity, No. 1C8,
was a Scottish military lodgo In the
Sowntcenth Foot of tho British army.
In 177!', while the regiment was en
gaged In ii skirmish, the constitution
and Jewels of the lodge wero lost, but
wero returned to It by Colonel Parsons
of American Union Ixidgo In tho oppos
ing nrmy. A more striking Instance
occurred when the Masonic chest or
tho Forty-sixth Brltiih Infantry was
captured by thu Americans. When
General Washington heard of it lie
ordered tho chest and other articles
of aluo returned to tho owners, ac
companied by a guard of honor. The
London Freemason's Magazine, com
menting on the circumstances from an
English standpoint, says:
"Tho srrprlse, tho feollngs of both
officers and men may be Imaglnt-d
when they perceived tho flag ot truce
that announced this elegant compli
ment from their noble opponent, but
still more noble brother. Tho guard
of honor, their flutes playing a sacred
march, tho chest containing the con
stitution nnd Implements of the craft
borno nloft llko inothor Ark of the
Covenant, cqunlly by Englishmen and
Americans, who, lately engaged In the
strife of war, now marched through
tho enfiladed ranks of the gallant reg
iment, that, with presented arms nnd
colors, hailed tho glorious act by
cheers which the sentiment rendered
sacred as the hallelujahs or an angel's
VBut perhaps the most significant il
lustration of tho effect of Mnsonry on
tho wat Is tho action taken by the
Ijund Lodgo of Scotland. It Is well
known that the war was unpopular in
many parts of Great Britain, but some
ot tho subordinate Scottish lodges.
urged perhaps by Government officials,
had offored bounties for recruits to
tho army. When tho Grand Lodge
met it condemned this practice In tin
mlstal.abla termi, nnd In its Instruc
"Masonry Is an order of pence and It
locks 'cm all mankind to be brethren
uiiil Masons, whether they ho at pence1
oi at war with each other as subjects
of contending countries."
Thug, nbova thA storm and stress of
armed strife the soothing spirit ot
Masonic fellowship brooded like a
bird of calm. It Masons precipitated
nnd promoted the struggle for Incle-
pende-nce, they llkewiso mitigated its
horrors and made possible the disclos-,
uro of tho noblest traits in both Amer
ican and Briton It Is the rroudest
heritage of Revolutionary Masons on
both sides that the fraternal tie was
ono which not even tho shock of nrms
could sever, and that amid tho fiercest
p-issfcms engendered by war they ne
or qulto forgot that they were bre.li
ren. Tho record of this forms .the
fairest, brightest page In tho hlstor
of the Revolution
In the Councils of State.
When we turn, from scenes of car
nage to the mure peaceful haunts of
statesmen nnd diplomat, during the
Revolution, we find Freemasons there
actiw atuT Influential, it Is a notable
fact that tho earliest suggestion ot a
Federal union of the American Colo
nies came from the first American
Grand Muster. Daniel Cox, who in
1730 received n (deputation at Provin
cial Grand Master, made this sugges
tion lam work published as early as
171C, and may therefore properly' be
called tho first Federalist. It wus this
Idea, adopted later and advocated by
another eminent Mason and provincial
Grand Master, ttenjnmln Frnnklln,
that grow Into the union established
by the constitution framed- seventy
The Declaration of Independence,
whether penned by I'alne or Jefferson.
was the work of a Mason, and many
or the signers or thnt instrument arc
bellclred to have been mombers or the
order. Freemasons wero foremost In
tho Philadelphia Convention that fram
ed tho Federal Constitution and thus
comnlctcd the work ot tiio war. Be
sides Washington, the President, and
Franklin, tho Nestor or tnat nociy,
Hamilton, tho genius oi tne Conven
tion, was a Mason.
At the Courts of Europe.
But after U It may be that tho most
effectUo surtlto to tho American cause
was rendered not at home, uut abroad.
Wo know that the aid or France, wns
a powerful. If not Indispensable, factor
In the outcome, of the war and that the
sympathy ot other continental powers
was advantageous. But why should
theBo effoto monaiciiles look with fa
or finon tho struggling republic-?
ThereT seems to have been some myste
rious Influence which changed their
nnen hostile attitude Into one of friend
ship; and recent Investigation has led
to tho beller tuai uns innuence wns
tho Masonic order.
When Fran'clln the Freemason
went to Paris to plead tho American
cause at the court 6f St. Germain, he
naturally sought out the members or
the rraternlty.At the "Lodge or theNIno
Muses," where he orten attenuea, ne
met the Intellect and statesmanship
of the gny French capital and It Is bo-
reved that partlv, at least, tniougn
these Influences ho was enabled to
I each tho enr o" Loulx XVI. to ecure
for us the tldo of the war In favor of
the American cause at its darkest
hour. And thus the record of Mnsonls
service In the Revolution is complete.
There war no part of It In which Ma
sons did not share and no Importcnt
phase which would probably not have
succeeded but for them.
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C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
. Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makce r,ugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; ChaB. Berwer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; Georo
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Cot W. B,
Allen, Auditor; P. C, Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLUL' .
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
Office, ; Merchant St. ; Honolulu.