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"MOTHER" RICE PASSED AWAY AT
END OF LIFE OF KINDLY DEEDS
A most loving Irllnilo to lliu lllo
work of "Mother" Hire, who iccently
passed on to the oilier side, Ih ii load
ing nrtlclo In the last Ihhiio of tlio
Harden Island, and Is given In full
Ihtirsdiiv of l.ibt week, May twon
t -nrtti. nt 2:10 1 1. in. marked Iho
rloHo of tlio long .nut useful llfo of
Mother Hlie, ill Iho residence of her
itrntiil-dniu'htci .Mtb. Il.nm Iseuber,;
In l.lliuo, where hIic wns attended b'
llnife of her nmtiy descendants who
liinl hecti able lo hasten lo her bo.l
Her cinl wiih most peaceful, sur
rounded hy tlio loving members of
her fHiulty, n fitting cloo to u long
mil boaullriil lire At lliu bedside
wiih her ulti William llilo Hire, aiul
eleven of her grand rhIMrvii, Ml.
mill Mrs Hans Netibcrg, Paul ls"ii
berg Wllll.iin Henry Hire, .mil wife
Cli.iiles Alnmnl Hle .mil wife Al
tlnir Hyile ttlce und wife. Mrs ilalpli
Wilcox, mill 1'hlllp I,, nice.
Hliliiv :it 1:30 p. in. Hicrln serv
ices were lipid m the Isonliorg dome,
llev. Ilium lt.ciidcig nniclnllug. At
two o'elnck the remains were taken
to the Hawaiian Church, whero In
roniillnncc with her last mpicst. tin
ImpicsHivo mtvIco eoiiiluclnl chlelly
In Hi"! Hawaiian minister, Ihc Ken.
.Mr Kjmnii, nsslstcil by the Itov. Ml.
Hans Ihenberg, was hehl. In Iho pres
ence of tlc or six hmulreil niniiriierti.
Arriving at Iho church the remains
wcie j-oinoved from tlio roiieiinro
li the p'lll lieaieis am temlerly cu
rlol Into Iho ehmeli mi'l placed on n
Idutfnim which hail heeu irciareil
illrertl) In front or the altar. As the
Ial dealers entoted. the auillenco
rope, ami with bowed heads, Jolne.l
the iholr In tendering ono of the do
coaied'u favorite Iimiiiis. Some It 1 1 lo
tmio elapsed deforc Iho services bo
E:ui, during which time iiiiilUtuiles of
llernl ofTcilngs were tcnUerlv plaeeil
on or near the hler.
Tlio llev Mr. Kamaii openeil tlio
Mortices with a prayer, which was
followed Ii mi Hawaiian address,
which In lull was nn exhortation to
the Hawall.itiR lo fnllou' tlio example
of this nohlc woman's llfo and beautl
fill chaiacter while tlio llov. Hans
lia-tibcts, took his text from Corin
thians XV. Tlio ton Ires cnilcil tdmrt
ly aflrr thiee o'clock, after which tlio
pall dcarcrs, follow oil hy tho hun
dreds of mourners, with linrod heads
fcrined n ptocossiui nnd leail hy the
l.lliuo dan I took up their solemn
match to tho cemetery . Hole Iho
llev. Mr. Hans Isonliorg conducted ,
fiuilicr icivloo nfter which innunior
iidlo Moral nfTerlnrss weio tenderly
placed iiiu and nroiind tho spot
which marked the plot around which
tlio loving friends had g.ilheie.l to
p.iv their last trlluito to this noble
winrin. Tho pall hearers were coin
piurtl of tho followliiK grand-chil-dieii:
I'.iul Isonliorg Jr.. Cliiis Illeo, I'hl
lli Hire, 'Arthur Hire, Il-ilph U W
rox lllchard Cooke, Montague Cimku
mid Win. II. Hire.
A Long and Useful Life.
Mary Sophia Hyde was li'ijii Oc
tober eleventh. 1MH, on the Seneca
Indian leservatlnn near what Is now
tho site of tho city of Iluffato, whole
lur parents weio statlnsed as mls
HlonaiU"! among tho tribe located
tlmrc and wheie nhe wna rally ac
customed to tho liyors and li.udslilpu
of pioneer llfo.
Slid was unriled In 1810, to Wil
liam H.iriUou Hlce, ii.joiiiik leiiher
of Osweso New YoiK, mil they had
decided before this tu enter the ac
tive mission Held In the west and had
plHced their les nt Iho i-cnlee of
Iho Aiucilcaii lluiril of roielKU Mli
sliUJ, 'Iho Hoard bad picked them oat
lor Iho Oregon seivlre, at llrst, on
thu IHMo known l'aclllc Const, but
owIiik to the unsettled condition of
uftiiliH tboie, where Iho ludlnus wore
in.iklim all Iho .trouble lliey coubl lor
tho missionaries, buluj; encoiiruncd
In this by the iiowcrful Hudson Hay
Company, whldi wan afraid to let
thu inlhxloiuiles obtain a foothold
thrie foi fear that they would lutor
Irrn with their lurr.illvo business
with the Indians the) were final1)'
in slsncil to the Sandwich Islands lu-ute.id
So thej look passage on tho "(llon
rcs'iT," n siiinll but stnillich essel
of thai porlod, ami on November llth,
IB 10, left Huston In compiiiy with
lluee other missionary families llev.
Cliiis lloud mid wife. llev. Dinlel
Dnlo nnd wire and llev. John I).
I'm W. und after a Ioiik oyiiRu of one
hundred and elKhlj-elKht days urouiiil
Cape Horn, they arrived lii Hutiolulu
on tho 21st of .May, IStl.
Is Sent To Maul.
After n few- l f on Oilm, petting
icmiulu'cd with lie rolidltlotis hero
at that time, lliey were iissIriiciI l
the mission at liana, on tho south
eait coast of Maul ami proceeded
there without delay, retiialnlui; lit
chniRo of that station for thiwi years
While livllis there, their oldest chill,
hamuli Malta, who iifterwnids de
c.imo the wife of Paul Iscndcrs, was
I'roni Iliinn lliey were sent In I.n
halnn. at that time one of the princi
pal ports of Iho Islands, and the
shelter for Ihc fleets of whnlliiR ves-i-els
that wintered hero, and where
thov remained only n few months but
wlicro their second child, a daughter,
Kmlly Dole, who afterwards inairled
(IcorRo Do la Vermio was born. The
Journey fiom liana to l.ahalnn. was
u very dlllleult trip for Mis. Hlco, as
they were obliged to skirt the coast
In a narrow canoe, there belni? no
loads on thu Island lit that time, and
she held tho little Maria In her arms
all Iho way.
After a few monlhs al I.ahaln.i
they wcie called to tlio newly organ
ized Mission school at I'uiiahou, as
teaihcrs, and where they found their
lotmcr shipmate from Hoston, llev.
Daniel Dole, occupying the position
as pilnclpal. Ills wife had died short
ly dcfoie. soon after Iho birth of tier
sci-oiul son, und Mrs. Hlco took her
plice ns matron of tlio trluml and
mother to the twelve or fifteen sons
of missionary families who wcro li
taliiluc their schooling Ihcio. Miss
Mnicla Smith, another of their ship
mates from Hoston, was also a teach
er nt l'uunhou Among tho boys who
wcie Mother Illco's earliest ploteg, s
horo was Samuel Armstrong, who nf'
lorwards became a general In tho
Union in my In the Civil War and was
later Hie founder of tho famous
Hamilton Institute, organized for tho
uplifting of the nogin lace, recently
emancipated from the bondage of
slavery; nlso there was William D.
Alexander, now famous as tlio fore-
niot authority on the history of
thcho Islands, the Cullck hoys, who
nlterwaids became missionaries,
themselves, to Spain, Japan, and oth
er foreign lands; and sovei nl others
who nncrwaids becaino prominent In
tho affairs of this nation. Several of
these former pupils of Mis. Hlco Ii ivo
already p.ibscd away, long ycais do-
fore their teacher.
Went to Kauai.
While at I'uiiahou their third
font th, and fllth children wero dtirn
lo Mr and Mrs. Hire ami were with
tlic in when they went to Kauai, later
mi. these doing William Hyde, their
only sou, Mary, who died In her
twenty-third year, and Anna tlio
youngest child, who later man led
Chillies M. Cooko of Honolulu. The
death of their daughter Mary occur
led on her rc'iirn from ficliuniiv,
w hither sho had gono In tho early
hovcntles with her mother nnd hlstcr
Anna and the two children of her re
cently deceased sIbIci Maria, Mrs.
Iscnbeig, who had died In 1K07.
After lemalnlng at Pumihoii, In tho
routine or school life varied by tliclr
constant efforts to clevalo tlio na
tives to a Chrirtlan life nnd a higher
bciiso of their moral rcsisinsldlllllei.
tho time canto when owing lo tlio
grow Hi of the missions and their self
support. In a measure, tlio American
llo.it i lemovcd a large part of the
financial aid It had been giving them,
which left Piinalioii with tho neces
sity for retrenchment, mid also owing
to Mr. Hiro's poor health, duo to
throat tumble, they moved to Kami
Mil ISM, wlicro Mr Hlce was to 1111
derlako Ills entry Into tlio sugar plan
tation husliiciis of tho Islands. They
brought to Kuual with the it tills
time, a Hawaiian couple who liad
come with them In Puliation from
Maul a man mimed Opium! und lliu
wife Kaiilho who had been their
3 Months' " 2.00
C Mouths' " $ 100
1 Year's " 8.00
2 Ycnrs' " $1000
3 Years' " $21.00
C Years' " $40 00
Price or Vtrrkly llnllrllii.
1 Year's Biihucrlpllon t 100
I Years' " $ 5.00
VOTI'.S INStllll) ON
Subscriptions to timing Itiillrtln,
' Voles Votes
One month ;.',0 3f0
Tlirco months 4T0 T50
Six months 1,000 1,200
Ono year r,400 3,000
Two years C.000 7,000
Thrco yearn 9,200 11,000
I'lvo years 21.000 30,000
Hiilisrrlitlniu to VceUy llnllrllii.
One year 250 3r0
Fho years 1.R00 2,000
faithful trtnlncis ever since thov
lived llrst at liana and who. wiih
their descendants, havo always lived
on Mils Island, since leaving Puunhoii
At l.lhne, Mr. Hlco became Mali
nger of l.lliuo Plantation, being np
poluted to that place tliiough tlio cf-
foits of his life-long friend .ludgo
I.co of the Supremo Court of Iheso
Islands, wlio was nl lint time one of "He '" "10 ln,Rc """"''cr of votes
Hie holders of tlio fourteen shines received, this morning from Hawaii,
of rlork Into" which Iho cipHal of " "inlrst count will bo made this
i ii..,.. in, ii.,.. ,..,... ..i n.i .n,i.t,i evening or In tho morning. This l.i
..,, m- iiiiiiiiii'Mi tin ,i mm in, - .
The others besides Judge l.cc being lon to give tlio lllg Island candl-
K O. Hall, (lencrnl James II. Mar- ''S a chiineo to know how they ,
shall, W C. Paike, II. 11. Pleice nnd HUiMl 'rl, rrsiiltn will bo published
('. It. Illshop. About this lime (Sen- " Monday and the teport will go to
oi nl Marshall sold his holdings, doing ""Willi ly tho Manna Ken on Tuesday
fully convinced that ttieic was nu '" ""'"i"'" '""J """ "' ",lu"
ruliire for the Plantation. f"r tM t()""1 "P r' o'elotk tills nf-
Mr. Hlco iceelvcd- ns Mnimecr. tho tcnioon.
salary of $100 per year, and theio '"' ' Kniilng,Biillrlli.
wcro limes when tho slock-holdcis ' Montr's Subscription ....$ .7f.
wcie iinablo to pny him even this
meagic ruin nnd nt one time Ills Hil
ary was so much In ni rents that llioy
weio obliged to nsk him to tiko stork
In pavment which he did -much
against his desire at that tlni",
though tjic filtuie luovrd that it was
lo his best IntcrcsTs nfter all TIiIm
only goes to show how n-uco inoncv
was In those days, anil how econo
mically lliey were obliged' lo live.
Hut to this compulsion In icg.Hd to
the form In which ho should tccelvo
his subtly Is duo tho fact Hint In
1'itcr years his widow was aide lo
give such great ns'lstanre to charit
able objects as she did, and to do ho
iniuli for tho llirwallans. livery ve.ir
since her hmdi'ind died, Mrs. Itlro
has given nearly all her Income
willed became very much laiger as
Ihc years -went hy, to Christian work
111 various parts of tho world.
Mr. Hlce, In his plantation career
has Ihc distinction or being the first
plantation manager In thoso Islands
to Inliodiico Iriigatlou Jn tho growing
of rano, nnd he put In Iho Hist Irri
gation ditch ror Mliuo Plantation n
ditch ten miles long and extending
from n place called Poo, In Iho head
waters of tho llnnamiiiiii Stream, tu
tho drills or eano In I.iliuc.
While conducting tlio dHanlntlon.
Mr Hlce never lost IiIb Interest In
religious nrTaliH, and hnlli ho n'ld Tho following from tho llnwull Her
Mrr. Hlco always took an active pirl ,,i,t oM1iis the Isinnna situation so
In tho rliurch work nnd never lost r.ir us thn HIb IhIhiuI Ih concerned:
tliclr love for the Hawaiian raco and -nio plan of Hie United lVult Com
their keen deslro to work for Its puny to obtain bniiiums In Hawaii, with
moral advancement. Mr. Hlco rath- which to supply tlio l'aclllc Coast trade.
ciod tho election of the first l.lhye bus been completely dropped for tho
church, nnd aided with bis-own bands present, uccordliiK to letters which were
to build It. Its MihsUntlil cnnMrnc- received yesterday from tho Krult DIs
lion being bIiowii by tlio fact when pntch Company, which Is tho California
IhU clfurch was built over nnd en- brunch of tint concern. The matter
larged a few months ngo. tlio samo has lieen Htnuied Indcllnltely, und
framc-woik was made uso of tho 5 J s ... .i .. ,;. , .., ,s, ,?
solid koa and knuwll.i drams doing Springs, nnd dining a later year
ns linn and tough as when they were ispy, residing; for over bIx months
first built, nearly sixty yoirs ago with her daughter Anna, Mis. C. M.
Thou, was only a thatch roof In those Cooke, In Oakland California. It
early dnys, however, and rmdi mats was whllo hero that her health first
on tho floor were the only scats. Mr. began to fall, probably fiom tho com-
lllro prcarhed every Sunday In this parntlve harbhnoss or tho climate
building In addition to Ids plantation there, duo to tho cxlVeines or heat
work until his death In ltiG.1, whllo nnd cold, which cniisod her to hasten
at the samo lime his wHo vvns super- back, In loon, to her beloved Island
lnlcnilcnl or the Sunday School uull home, since which tlmo she tins nov-
bho loslgucil In favor of her son at er crosKcd tho ocean
the tlmo or her tilp to (jcriuany Ji Mother Hlco was fayorod hor whole
the early seventies. life long, with a sunny disposition,
11 may bo Bald in pasting, that tho and was always patient and full of
Mollllll Chm cli litilhlliiK In I lunula- love for others and of charity for
In, was also cousltiicted under tho their railings Her effort vvns always
supervision or Mr. Hlco and Mother to uplift her fellow beings, never to
Hlco has iiHsisted In Its up-keep. with ullow them lo rail, and sho only saw
Iho uld or her giiind-son Paul It tlje good sldo In all her nnmalnt-
Iscnbcrg, over idnrc'. antes. Sho vvns girted with a high
Whllo her hurtund vvns nriuagcr Intcllcctualltv nnd a keen senso of
or tho Plantation. Mis. Hlco always humour, look a deop Interest In earn
took gie.it Inteiest in Iho Industrial nnd nil or hor mends and relatives
advancement or the young Ilawnllans nnd abovo ail, always evinced n wili
er tho place, nnd besides attending to ceto iloMro to accomplish tlio most
their lellgliius needs she gave the Hint vvns pmslblo for Iho native lla
girls v.iliublo Institictlon In sowing wallans. And not only was her In
.iiut olhci domestic nils and Indus- tcieat for Iho Hnwnllans nlono but
tries, nnd has iloiio moro than has mission Holds nil over Iho world wero
bicii posslblo Irom any ntlior Inllii- tho icclplents of her generous aid.
euro lo Inculcate Industiy nnd frugal- notwilo nmong tlicm doing tiui nils-
Ity In them. Klon work In Turkey, tho into Dr.
Mr. Hlco died hero In Iho ycir 1R0?, Cullrk's work In Spain, tho Dr II u-
or throat tumble, ami from that year nardo homes ror children In i:nglnud
li's urldnw linn carried nn her work Dr. Orcnfcll's Iibrador mission, set
aloiic--suiioiinded hovvevor by dy tlcment work In several or tlio cllloa
her children, grand-clilldren, and or the Unlted'HIiites, vailous missions
gieat Eraiidclilldicn. up to tho time in China, Dr. Motfs X. M. C A. woik
or her death. ' Her finally Is a largo a homo missionary In Japan, und
or.o, thoso living at tlio present dale certain evangelical Interests In Ocr-
IiicludliiK throe children, cigniecn ninny
grandchildren nnd twonty-clglit gloat- Tlio passing away of hor artlvo
eraiidclilldicn. besides koventeen bus- pnitlelpation In the icllglous und so-
bands and wives or tho children and rial affuliB aud llfo or tlio Islands
gninilchlhlicn, a total or sixty-six do- loaves a void impossible to fill but
Bcendants. tho Inlliienco or her Irnittifnl Clnls
Sho lias made occasional I lips to thin life and work will .live on tor
tile Stilton during hor !ongllro hoio. ever In Iho hearts or Uhko who knew
at one tlmo living for two or three und loved hor, and hei memory will
years with her daughter Umlly, Mrs. lcinalii a lasting liillnoiiro for good
Col Do la Vcrsno, at Colorado In tliesu Islands of Haw nil
t Purity, Nourishment,, Economy
The housewife should con
sider every article of, food -from
In the matter of MILK such consideration is
imperative. And just as assuredly it will lead
to the conclusion that for household use the
only 'kind "that's good enough for you,"
namely the BEST, is
Just milk evaporated and purified by steriliza
tion. Without preservatives or sweetening.
For sale by all dealers
ft nni tho udvlces received yesterday by
Mr. O II Vlcnrs of tills city, who took
n great Interest In tlio mutter und did
bis utmost to get the proposition under
way, It does not seem likely that any
thing will lie done for some tlmo lo
Mr. Vlcnrs received tlio follow lug
dtltr dy tlio Miiun.i Kc.i mall, In re
sponse lo Inquiries as to what bad been
or would be done:
" Trull Dlspnlih Company.
"Los Angeles. May :!2, 1911.
Mr. O. 11 Vicars, I lllo, Hawaii
'Dear Kir: This Is to udvlse you
that upon duo nnd maturo considera
tion our people havo decided to talo
no ncllvo part for tho prusont In
branching out In your Territory for
t'he bundling of the banana Industry
"Should the company nt nny time
chniign Its policy, we shall do pleased
to renew correspondence w'llh you.
Yours viry truly,
"l.CI Din. OHTO.'"
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The gicnt bulk of tho Ilritlsli ma
chinery Imported annually Into tho
Philippines In shipped from Otasgovv
nnd, excepting engines und general
railroad equipment, consists chlelly of
Scotch boilers and iugnr machinery.
Tho types of boilers and cano mills
shipped from hero dy tlio various
manuractiirurs aro so nearly allko as
to he considered standard und tdoy
vary llltlo In price.
The sugar cane mills supplied aro
usually slcam power 3-rollor mills,
having directly connected thereto the
necessary horizontal engines on samo
dcdplatcs. Tho boilers aro mult I
tiililar, urrnnged to burn the cano
rrfiiHo. A change or giato liars will
nlfo permit of firing coal. All boil
ers shipped from Olnsgnw work with
CO to ku pounds pressure.
Thls machinery pays a duty, upon
entry to tho Philippines, nt tho rate
of IT, per cent ml valorem, wheroni
mnchlnciy irom tho United States
would bo admitted rrce. It Is stated
by local shippers that they may have
to lcdiico their prices, so as to moot
American competition In thn Philip
pines. This wonldshow that thoro is
a good Held for American manufac
turers In tho Islands'.
I am told that there Is u largo num
ber of nntlijtutlcd mills thoro. Includ
ing a largo number of animal-driven
mills, which will havo to bo replaced.
Thoro Is a largo demand this season
ror sugar cano mills, owing to the
stimulated cultivation or sugar in tho
Philippines by reason of sugar be
ing now admitted frco of duty Into
the United States, up to 300,000 tons
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