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HOyOLULtL TUESDAY, JANUARY o, 18933, f?f WHOLE No. 1460
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S. OLDS, : t : : : t : : : Proprietor
Czery!iBVi3 ATecue and H.tel Stres.
Choice Al&s. "Wines and Idqccrs
H.otall W23.o XJonlor.
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' J. K. KAHOOKAyO.
Attorney sr.d Counsellor at Law.
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HONOLULU, H. I.
r . Jl. Hateh President
SroTra - Vice-President
W. K. Castle -. - Secretary
HemvE.Coter. Treasurer it ilanager
U. V. Frexr Auditor
This Company prepared to search
records and famish abstracts of title to
all real property ia the Kingdom.
Parties placing loans uu.or can:e:p!at
ios the parchas of real estate will find it
- to their advantage to consult the company
m regard to title.
&-! orders attended
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Hotel $L, op.. Dr. J. S.ilcGrew'
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TyISTEE & "WINTER
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EAERN PP.ICE5! "
2V"Te prodoee a Fine "Whit! Mettle
Amalgsm and Flap; compoand for
the pricf of ?1 ; Gold Fillings, ordinary
Cavaues for J3.
Jlechaiiic Dentistry zx Kastem Prices,
fnii set or partial se: 01 teetlt on Goid,
Aicsiai or Rubber Base, no tiner Dental
W' rk cm be prciueet in Hooolnla.
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f his is x branch olScc of
2C6 Kearny St., ?-in Franeisco.
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THUBSTON & FREAE,
Altorneys - at - Law,
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J. S. EMERSON,
Engineer and. Surveyor
Room 3 Spreckels' Block. Hcnolcln.
Candy Manufactory and Bakery,
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sear the PostoSce. ly.
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Daily Advertiser, 50c. a month.
THE IS LAID.
WITH JIASOXIC HONORS.
JSloqaeut Oration. By Hon. Fnitl
XenmannFnll Accomit of
the Impressive Ceremony.
Tuesday afternoon the cornerstone
of the new AEasouic Temple,
on the corner of Aiakea aftd Hotel
streets, was laid with appropriate
ceremonies by Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, F. fc A.M., for which .lodge
the new temple is beiag erected.
Everything passed on pleasantly
and the impressive Masonic ceremony
was witnessed by a vast concourse
of people. Daring the morning
a ""number of carpenters were
engaged erecting a platform for the
invited euests. "The platform-was
a csered one and seats were pro-
viaec for 300 people, witn a special
row of chairs for the Royal party.
About 2 :30 o'clock the procession
started from the building at the
comer of Fort and Qneen streets,
at present occupied by Hawaiian
Lodge, and marched up Fort street
to King, along King to Aiakea and
up Aiakea to the scene of the ceremony,
proceeding in the following
Boyal Hawaiian Band, ,
Henri Berger, Conductor.
Grand Tyler, with Drawn Sword,
Bro. John 3Torris Angus.
Two Grand Stewards, with White
Bro. Charlea Jerome Campbell,
Bro. Archibald Forrest GiltiUan.
Bro. James Anderson King-.
Brother Bearing Golden Vessel of
Bro. John Harris Soper.
Twt Brethren Bearing Silver Vessels
of Wine and OH,
Bro. Thomas James rung,
Bro. Bobert Catton.
Graud Orator and Grand Chaplain,
Bro. Pa.nl Neumann,
P.. M--. AlexamJer 3Iackinto3b.
Prindpel Arehf teet Bearing AVorfcing
P.V JL. Clinton Brisgs Bipley.
Y.-.X.-. John PbilliiH.
P.-. Jf.'. James Melville Moogarrst.
Grand Bible Bearer,
Bro. Charles Hammer,
Sapported bv two Stewards with
Bro. William Francis Love,
Bro. Abraham Fernandez.
Grand Junior Warden,
P.. 1L". William 3fontrose Graham.
Grand Senior Warden,
P.-. Theodore Cnnningham Por
Deputy Grand llaster,
P.-. 3L. John Adair Hassinger.
P.. 3L. William Fessendea Allen,
Sapported by two Grand Deacons
Bro. Clarence lAnaea Crabbe,
Bro. ililton KeUon Sanders.
Grand Sword Bearer
Bro. David Bowerz Smith.
Two Stewarda with White Bods,
Bro. William George Ashley,
Bro. WflHam lowers Hopper.
Wien the procesaion reached
the new building, thanks to 31r. E.
E.TBomaa, the contractor of the
edifice, everything was in
for the ceremony of laying the
During the ceremony, odes were
gong by the choir of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Mr. Wray Taylor ac-
3TASOXIC TEMPLE, HONOLULU, B. I.
un the organ. The
music was furnished I
t Vi flin TTotvaitnn Pnnfl llnfol" fllA
direction of Professor H. Berger.
After a prayer by Grand Chaplain
P.M. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
an ode was sung by the choir,
when the ceremony of laying the
corner-stone was begun by M.
Andrew Brown, on behalf of Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21, F. and A. M.,
who invited Grand Master P.M.
W. F. Allen to commence the ceremonies.
The Grand Master responded
as follows :
Yocr 3Ijijesty, Ladies and
TLE31ES ASD BUOTHEK 3IaS0S5 :
We are gathered here by invitation
of the Grand Lodge ot California,
F. & A. 31 , under authority
given me as follows: "You will convene
the Grand Lodp of California,
F. & A. M., at Honolulu, H. I., on
the 27th day of December, 1S92, for
the purpose of laying the corner-atone
of the new 3Iasonic Temple at that
place, performing said ceremony in
my place and stead, accepting this as
your authority and deputation from
me, C. R. Gretman, Grand 3Iaster of
the Grand Lodge of California."; to
witness and assist iu the ceremony of
laying the corner-stone of this
which, when complete, will be
the Hawaiian Masonic Temple.
Hawaiian Lodge 2fo. 21, F. and A.
M., was chartered by the Grand Lodge
ot California on tfieoth day of 3Iay,
1S52 (our sister Lodge Le. Progrea is
some years older), and the' syjarter
members were: Lemuel Lyon. ChftS.
W. Vincent, Win. Wond, Frederick"
W. Thompson, Andrew C. Mott, John
Meek, David P. Penhallow, Jas. G.
Saukins, Alexander J. Cartwright,
Joseph Irwin, F. M. Stokes.
From that time our Lodge has prospered,
and to-day we have one hundred
and twenty-seven members, and
are able to erect this Temple.
Masonry has always held a high
position in Honolulu; sovereigns,
governors, judges, clergymen and
those most respected in our community
have and do belong to the order.
I do not say that all good citizens
are 3Iasons, but I do say that all good
Masons are good citizens.
Brother 3Iasons, now that we shall
become more prominent, let me ask
you to unite with our neighbors the
Young 31en's Christian Association
and the Honolulu Library and Reading
Room Association, In doing all
we can by our good example, to promote
good morals, and good citizenship
in this our home city.
After the Band played a selection
Grand Secretary P. M. John
Phillips read the contents of the
box which was .ifterwards
in the canty of the lower
stone. The box was made of sheet
coppvr and was 144 inehes ton;;,
by 9 wide by 7 inches high.
Tiie following is the official list of
List of Documents.
List of contents of receptacle ot
corner-atone of the new Masonic
Temple, corner of Hotel ami Aike
streets Jaid on St- JoIinV Day, December
27, la, at 2 JO P. X.
Objects transferred from reeeptaeie
of thr of former Masonic
btiildini; corner of Qoeen am! Fort
streeUj aa per list poMlalxsd in the
Daily Eulletln of December 18, fz.
Photograph of Her Majesty Queen
Photograph of JLE. H. Princeae
Photograph of Hon. A. S. Cleg-horn.
Photograph of Hon. A. F. Judd,
Chief Justice and Chaneellor, P. 3f.
Photograph of Col. W. F. Allen, V.
31., Acting Grand 3Iaater of the
Grand Lodge of California. a
Photograph of Andrew Browij,
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. fc
Photograph of J. H. Soper, Senior
Warden of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21
Photographs of the Ofneers of
Hawaiian lodge No. 21, F. t A. 3L
Photographs of the Ofllcera of Lodge
le Progrea de l'Oceacie No. 124 F. &
Photographs of prominent men,
M&sooj and official of this Kingdom.
Photograph of prominent public
Lint of Past 3Luterz, Officers,
Members, Trustee, Building Committee
and Committee of Arrangement
of Hawaiian Lodire No. 21, i.
Certified copy of the
IConllmed on page 7.J ' to
One Hundred and Fifty-Sixth
The Houw met at 9 A. x. Roll aall.
twenty-six members present. Quorum
at 9:03 a. m. The minutes were
read and approved.
Rep. Nawahi presented & petition
from South Hilo praying that a new
Constitution be drawn up.
The Clerk read a petition from 31.
Rose, of Kaneohe, praying that investigation
be made of certain Crown
Land leases which Hon. J. E. Buali
refused to take any action in the matter.
Referred to Hon. J. E.Bush.
Noble Williams reported several
Rep. Edmonds presented a resolution
praying that the Chairman of the
Judiciary Committee be requested to
return Bill 91 on Wailuku Water
Works, and that it be made the Order
of the Day for Thursday, December
Rep. Smith Chairman of the Judiciary
Committee, replied that he bad
not seen tho bill, bat the eommittet
would soon report.
Rvp. Edmonds then withdrew his
The House proceeded at 9e98 A. X. to
ORDER OF THE DAY.
Inrtnisbei! bush":: Seemtd lead-in?
of Bill 139, Elation Law.
Section 4 wj read.
The sectrbo was stricken out.
Section 5 ifrovidea for specimen ballots
ol red and green.
Rep. Kamauoba moved that specimen
ballots be the same as ballots for
Representatives and Nobles.
Section -5 passed as amended.
Section 6 was read. II amends
Section 75 as follows: "In cases where
general and special elections are held
at the same time and are Incorporated
upon tbe same ballot. If tlwprovistoas
of sub-Section 1 bi violated in one or
more of the v4ral election thus
he'd unon one ballbt: the whole bal
lot shall not idered as invalid,
but only the election or elections or
general in whieh such ' violation occurs."
The motion to strike out tbe section
wa3 lost and It passed as in the bill.
Rep. Nawahi opposed perpetual
with the Election law.
After considerabJfl ueoaie secB .
n.iApd as in the bill
TheTitleand EnaittintralniaM riasedd
and Thursdav was I set for tbe tWrd
Cousideratiou of die CoufctltutioBcl
Convention bill in CqmmUe of tb
Whol, Rep. Kanhi ill the ebalr.
The majority and minority refwto
of the committee were wwLThe former
opposed the Mil and UVratter
favored it. "-
Rep. Kamaooba wan tn favor of lik
biiL ilemoredit be conidrJ section
Noble Kanbane did not favor a
convention. Tbow wko
wiihed to have a new eoustitotioG
could an before tbe country oas that
fecial issue at tbe next efeetioo. Tho
Coaatitution had been accepted by
Bor-fin and pwple, and U peopla
IiadarKat deal more to aay about
the government than tbey ever had
under the old eonstltutioo. it dW oU
satisfy everybody of coarse. Thegu
expense of a constitutional coaTeotton
was a further reon for not bdnaiag
the matter up now. He tnerefef
moved that when the eoaunittco rise
It recommend referring the bill to tbe
Legislature of 18M.
Rep. Nawahi favored the bilL H
wai not intended to bring taoHba
upon the country, but irfmply tosentire
Constitution whieh wottkl be
to the people. Tbe prafeBt
Constitution gave the people loo wuefe
power. Some of It should be give to
the sovereign. It was true that tb
people bad accepted the Constitution,
butlt was unwillingly. It had been
forced upon tbe King with threats of
violence, ana ntui tnoneneu uw
was providential that to many
those who bad been engazed ia tola
bad died or been compelled to leave the
country. He called on the Cabinet to
assist fn passing thU bl!L If they did
so, he should support them ; If not. ne
might be compelled to vote against
them. He had no jrsonal grodge
against any of them.
Rep. Blpikane said this was tbe bill
wWcbhe bad been waitlne for. It
was bis favorite mistress. In lbSJ hs
one of the few natives who -went
Wflterhouse'a store and got a gas,