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HAWAIIAN LODGE COMPLETES
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(Continued from tage 1.)
wnr vessels that were scheming to
seize tho group, they took what was
considered the shortest practicable but
somewhat hazardous route, going by
schooner to San Hlas and across Mexi
co to Vera Cruz on horse or mule back.
It was about that time and uncle'
those conditions that there came Into
this harbor of Honolulu on March 30,
1813, a Krcnch whaling vessel, the ship
AJax, Le Tclller commander, of Havre,
France, some ten months out from
Captain I.e Tellter, an enthusiastic
Freemason, was held In such high esti
mation by tho highest of French au
thority In Freemasonry In those days,
as to be empowered by the Supremo
Council 33 degree of the Scottish Rite. t0 work proualon ag a lodge oi Mas.
At a meeting held on the succeeding
evening, Ilro. Lyon was' recommended
to the Grand Lodge as Master of tho
proposed lodge, with llro. John Meek
us senior warden nnd Dro. Charles W
Vincent as Junior warden. The form of
petition was read and approved and
It was resolved that the word "Hawa
iian" should be Inserted as the namo
of the lodge. As Dros. Lyon nnd Pen
hallow were appointed a committee to
wait upon the Grand Master with the
petition and they were given full pow
er to exercise their own Judgment In
tho furtherance of the wishes of tho
Tho next meeting was held February
11, 1852, at the residence of Dro. Meek,
when the names of Bros. Joseph Irwin
nnd J. G. Sawklns were added to tho
original roll. At this meeting. lira
Lyon having Just returned from tho
Coast, presented tho dispensation
granted by 11. W. Benjamin D. Hyam,
deputy grand master of tho Grand
Lodge of California to Hawaiian i.ocige,
In France, to Institute Masonic lodges
In ports of the Pacific and South Seas,
In places over which no other Masonlo
Jurisdiction had been established.
Captain Le Telller remained In port
until May 3d. of that year, when he
sailed on n whaling cruise to the north
west. During the Interval he met sev
eral brother Masons, both among tho
residents nnd the officers of whaling
vessels frequenting this port nnd It was
mutually ngiecd that now was the tlmo
and the opportunity to establish a lodge
of Freemasons, anil he granted author
This dispensation was dated January
It was voted to accept thankfully
Dro. John Mcek's kind offer of tho
room previously occupied by the breth
ren of Lodgo le Progres do l'Oceanle
ns a lodge room, and which 1 have al
ready described. Thus was Hawa
iian Lodge provided, with a cradle.
Hawaiian's First Meeting.
The first regular meeting of Hawa
iian Lodgo under dispensation was held
Is compounded with tho greatest of
caro and contains nothing Injurious.
It Is a safo and rcllnblo remedy for
stomach complaints and has a record
of fifty years of cure to Its credit.
Many prominent physicians prcscribo
nnd recommend It as n euro for dys-
ipeptla, Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervousness and Insomnia. Try
It Tho genuine must havo our Pri
vate Die Stamp over tho nccl: of tho
Ity to these brethren to
lodge under the name of "I.e Progres
First Masonic Meeting.
The first meetings of this lodge were
held on hoard the AJax, nnd when the
time enmc for her departure, the meet
ings were held at the residence oj Bro.
John Meek on tho upper side of King
street, where Smith or Konla street,
was cut through about twclvo yean
From Captain Mcek's residence tho
lodge moved nnd became regularly es
tablished in a two-storied frame build
ing on the lower side of King street
nnd opposite to Cnptnln Mcek's, he, as
owner, having donated the use of this
building for lodge purposes. The up
per floor was fitted up for lodge and
ante-rooms and tho lower floor made a
spacious and convenient banquet hall.
As this building stood back from tho
street nnd was surrounded by a high
board fence. It was In every way well
fitted for lodge purposes In those days.
A diligent search has been made for
the document containing the names of
the original members of this first lodge
but without success. As the earliest
record book with other papers was
burned when the residence of Henry
Sea was destroyed by fire a few years
later. It Is to be feared that tho Identity
of nil hut thre.- of the founders of Free
masonry In Hawaii, ns an cvldenco. Is
forever lost. These three were Captain
Le Tclller. John Meek nnd Henry Sea.
When In 1819 the tide of humanity
from nil parts of the world, both civi
lized nnd uncivilized, swept In resist
less current towards the golden shores
of California, these Islands furnished
their full quota In the mad, wild rush
for fortune's fnv'or. Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanle and Its membership
seemed to have been scattered to tho
"four winds" nnd nfter n vnln effort
by the remnant still remaining to keep
the lodge together In wording numbers,
It censed to labor and was considered
But the spirit of Masonry still exist
ed, nlthotigh circumstances beyond con
trol forced to He dormant for n time
Brethren, whose lives were spent most
ly upon the sea, missed the lodge and
Its Influences, when they touched nt
this port. Brethren who had not been
drawn Into the vortex that wns stlrrlns
our nearest neighbors on tho Const,
lamented the loss of the opportunity
to gather In tho temple, where the les
sons of mutual esteem, unfeigned
friendships nnd benevolence were duly
Impressed and exemplified, nnd It was
not long before they realized the neces-
organlze n ' In that lodge room on the evening or
February 10, 1852, at 'o'clock.
nicnt, who had been specially deputized
by our Grand Master to perform that
Here an election for membership wns
1i,.l.l ntwl Ihn fnllnwlni? lirrthrpn u-rri c-clnn
declared as forming Hawaiian Lodgo On St. John's Day. December 27. 1851,
U. I).; Lemuel Lyon. D. P. Penballow, the llrst presentation of a past master's
) F. W. Thompson, John Meek, Win. Jewel wns made by the lodge. The rc-
I Wontl. A. J. Cartwrlght. Charles w.
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W. Vincent. J. ; Jos, Iiwln. Trcas.;
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1).; F. W. Thompson, J. D.
Petitions for degrees were received
at this first meeting from men who he
came well known In the business as
well as Masonic circles of our commun
ity. They were Michael Harvey, Henry
McFnrlnno, Illchnrd Coady.Jamcs Dean
and John Montgomery; nnd at the sec
ond regular meeting held March 18,
1852. two of theso applicants, Michael
It, Harvey and Illchard Coady, had the
distinction of being the first to ue ini
tiated In Hawaiian Lodge.
On tho 5th day of .May, 1852, the
Grand Lodge of California granted tho
charter which authorized Hawaiian
Lodge to work as a regularly consti
tuted lodge under Its Jurisdiction. And
thus wns born Into full fellowship Ha
waiian Lodge No. 11, of Free and Ac
cepted Masons nnd the llrst lodge creat
ed beyond tho territorial limits of the
I'nltcd Slates by the Grand Lodge ot
First Masonic Celebration.
The first local celebration of a Ma
sonic occasion of note wns on Thurs
day, September 4, 1S52, the centennial
anniversary of the Initiation of George
Washington Into tho mysteries of Free
masonry, which occasion wns generally
observed by the Masonic order
throughout the United States.
At that day Hawaiian Lodge was
convened at 3 o'clock p. m., and accom
panied by n large number of visiting
brethren nnd preceded by n band ot
music, marched In procession to the
Seaman's Bethel, at the comer of King
and Bethel streets; where nn oration
sultnble to the occasion was delivered
by Brother the Itcv. Lorrln Andrews.
After tho services, the brethien ngajn
formed In procession und again march
ed through the several streets of tho
city, returning to the lodge for Its for
The first nnnunl election of nlllccrs
uniler charter wuk held at a special
meeting, on Friday evening, December
31, 1852, Those elected were cbarlts
W. Vincent, W. M.; Wllllum Wond,
S. W.; F. W. Thompson, J. W.; A. J,
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building nncw the structure of tho
lodge, seeking the Jurisdiction ot some
grnnd body of tho order nearer home,
und with whom they could have tho
benefit of more frequent codmmunlca
tlon. Meanwhile, California had become
some place. I'ndcr the touch of the
golden wnnd. it had suddenly sprung
into existence ns a country whoso
name wns n household word In every
portion of the hnhltnble globe; whoso
wealth was 'beyond computation and
whoso population was already counted
by Its tens of thousands and ually In
Kven In those early days Freema
sonry came to the front In that wonder
ful "Golden Land," and the Grand
Lodge of California was organized
April 19, 1830.
Of the earlier lodges scattered over
the western portion of the United
States nnd the Pacific Coast, under tho
Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of tho
District of Columbia, California Lodge
of San Francisco hnd ranked as num
ber 13. I'pon tho organization of tho
local Grnnd Lodgo, California ImmeUI
ntcly transferred Its allegiance and ns
California Lodge No. 1, held Its llrst
meeting under Its present Jurisdiction,
Mav 23. 1850. Thus began tho numert
cnl Bystem of lodges under our Grand
Lodge, which nt the date of Its fifty
second annual communication, Octo
her 8, 1901, numbered In existence 273
Hawaiian Lodge Framed.
On the evening of December 8, 1851, a
meeting of Master Masons was held nt
tho residence of Captain John Meek
In this city, to take Into consideration
the practicability of forming a regu
larly constituted lodgo of Tree and Ac
cepted Mnsons In the city of Honolulu.
Those present wcro Lemuel Lyon,
Chus. W. Vincent, Alex. J. Cartwrlght,
Andrew C. Mott, Thos. W. ltussom,
Jacob Drown, John Meek, K. W. Thom
pson, D. P. Penballow, Wm. Wond, 0.
I!. Chappcl. B. Low and Calvin Urad-ley.
Brother Lemuel Lyon presided nnd
after a full discussion, It was resolved
that a petition be addressed to the M.
W. Grnnd Lodgo of California, pray
ing that u charter be granted to tho pe
titioners fur u Master Masons Lodge In
It. Coady, trcas.; Jos. Irwin, secy. It
will be noticed thnt some of the present
appointive officers wcro then elective.
The appointment at that tlmo of a
standing commltto to caro for the sick
und the destitute, with discretionary
powers as to expenditure; the purchase
of a burial lot In Nuuunu cemetery,
and an order given for a substantial
Iron fence to enclose tho same, arc am
plo evidence that the lodge was fully
ullvo to the duties Imposed by Its .Ma
sonic obligations and tho bicthrtn wcro
quietly but diligently endeavoring to
soothe calamity, alleviate misfortune,
compassionate sorrow and In other
ways exemplify those tenets of their
profession: Urothcrly low and relief.
In thnt "City of the Dead" In our
beautiful valley of Nuuanu, where re
pose the ashes of many of Honolulu's
pioneers, whose names are Inseparable
from Its early history and where also
lie the remains of many strangers
whosu life Journey ended here. Is lo
cntcd Oils our burial plot, secured us
one of tho llrst thoughtful, fraternal
nets ot our lodge, for the Interment ot
such brethren ns might have no burial
placo of their own. This plot has been
added to from tlmo to tlmo as the sp.ico
was required.. And there, nt the closn
of the fiftieth year of our lodgo life,
Is gathered at rest from nil earthly la
bor our "Silent '..odgc," whoso mem
bership Increasing one by one, ns they
"fell by the wayside," n majority of
whom were s.trangers In ifll hut the fact
that they wcro brother Masons, now
In the center lino of this plot, placed
equidistant, aro the monuments of our
sixth nnd soventh masters, Henry 1
Poor and Ilcnjamln F. Durham, whom
wo were permitted thus lo place and
They thero sleep, surrounded by
thnsuto whom In life they were endear
ed by all tho ties of friendship und
brotherhood, and also by those to
whom, ns strangers In a strnngo laud,
they hnd mlnUtcrcd In the lust hours
of earthly cxlstenco.
Ilequlescnt In Pace.
Tho first Installation In Hawaiian
lodgo was held January 7, 1853, when
tho nfllcrra elected December 31st pre
viously, were Installed by Ilrother
Hubert C. Wyllle, then Minister of For
eign Affairs of tho Hawaiian Govcrn-
vlplent was Past Master Charles W.
Vincent, llio. Vincent had modestly
declined tho proposed honor In view
of the already heavy tax upon the
brethren for purposes of chailty, hut
his objections were finally overruled.
In 185C Hawaiian Lodge obtained the
rental of a portion of the third story
of the Makeo & Anthon block nt tho
corner of Queen nnd Kaahumanu
streets. This building, which wns of
brick and lately completed, wns tho
first three-storied building erected In
Honolulu, nil of the material being im
ported from lloston for thnt purpose
Here tho lodge, whose membership
had now Increased to 4G, held Its fiftieth
regular meeting on the evening of Mon
day, October Gth of that year, and con
tinued In occupancy until September
30. 1S79, n period of twenty-three years i
Rejuvenation of Le Progres.
A short time previous to this removal
Lodge le Progres dc I'Occnnle had
made arrangements to resume work
under Its Ficnch Jurisdiction nnd sev
eral of our brethren who had original
ly been members of thnt lodge demltted
and renewed their allegiance to that
Much vexcatlous delay attended the
tinnsmlsslon of the long-expected i bar
tor ki anted by their supreme author-
is'. Vessels were not In the habit of
coming direct from Franco In those
dr.ys hut sometimes they consumed
yenr or more on tho Indirect voyage.
It Is said that the orlglnnl charter and
a duplicate were each lost by disaster
at sea, but a third copy was at length
safely delivered; nnd at n meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge, hold Monday, May 2,
1859. tho Worshipful MaBtcr of Lodge
l.o Progres de l'Oceanle, having In
trusted to a committee nppolnted for
thnt purpose, the authority, under senl
of tho Supremo Council thirty-third de
gree of Franco, empowering them to
work ns a regularly constituted lodgo
under its Jurisdiction, the snmo was
laid heforo the lodge and a resolution
w as passed acknowledging them to
bo In full fellowship ns a Mnsonlc
Jcdgo of "Scottish lllto" nnd n mutual
und cordial relationship was then es
tablished which has slnco endured,
w'tli no contention, savo that noble em
ulation "who best can work nnd best
The First Corner Stone.
In 1800, the two lodges combined In
Ihe first laying of a corner stone with
Masonic honors of which wo havo any
iccord In these Islands.
A year or two previously. His Maj
esty Kamehameha IV.. Impressed with
tho, necessity of somo action to Induco
his people to adopt more generally tho
rational caro and curntlvo methods of
tho foreigners In combating tho arl
ens ailments to wnlch flesh is heir,
conceived tho thought of establishing
! general hospital at Honolulu and Im
pressing upon nnd giving opportunity
to tho Hnwallans to obtain the bene
fit to bo derived from such nu Institution.
A temporary hospltnl nnil dispensa
ry was established, hut to accomplish
his main object, tho King himself went
from houso to house nmnng tho bust
ness portion of the community, book
In hand, to solicit subscriptions. As
has over been tho enso with tho Hono
lulu public, n plea of this nnturo met
with prompt response, nil tho mora
prompt nnd liberal, perhaps, liccausa
of tliu earnest nnd manly plea ot tho
Hcynl solicitor. Fund rapidly accu
mulated nnd In July. ISCO, nil was rea
dy lur the laying of tho corner sliiho
of whnt Ills Majesty designated as
tho "Queen's Hospltnl," In honor of
his much loved and gentto consort.
As n zealous Mason ho determined
that tho Iniprcsslvo service of our or
der would bo a flttlng ceremonlnl for
laying the foundaihn stone of nn edi
fice mr tho general nnd lasting bcncllt
of the sick nnd suffering people of his
kingdom and rnce.
Accordingly, on the- 17th day of Ju
Iv. ISi'.O. tho members of Lodgo Lo Pro
Kres do I'Oconnlo nnd Hnwnllan Lodgo
at.rcmbled nt Kawalahan Church and
escorted tho Acting Grand Lodgo to
the spacious grounds, tho froo gift of
Queen Knimn. where tho original hos
Pllal, with tho additions slnco made,
Tho King, ns P. M. of Lodgo Ln Pro
rres do rOreaiile, officiated ns Grand
Master, assisted by Hon. Robert G,
D.ivls, of Lodge Lo Pro.gres, D. O. M.;
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nml eloquent nddross of tho King
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