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THE CORNER-STONE IS LAID,
WITH MASONIC HONORS.
J&loqueut Oration. By Hon. Faitl
Neumann Full Account of
the Impressive Cere-
Tuesday afternoon the cornerstone
of the new Alasonic Temple,
on the corner of Alakea and Hotel
streets, was laid with appropriate
ceremonies by Hawaiian Lodge,
No. 21, F. & A.M., for which lodge
the new temple is being erected.
Everything passed off pleasantly
and the impressive Masonic ceremony
was witnessed by a vast concourse
of people. During the morning
a number of carpenters were
engaged erecting a platform for the
invited guests. The platform-was
a cred one and seats were provided
for 800 people, with a special
row of chairs for the Royal party.
About 2 :30 o'clock the procession
started from the building at the
corner of Fort and Queen streets,
at present occupied by Hawaiian
Lodge, and marched up Fort street
to King, along King to Alakea and
up Alakea to the scene of the ceremony,
proceeding in the following
Eoyal Hawaiian Band,
Henri Berger, Conductor.
Grand Tyler, with Drawn Sword,
Bro. John Morris Angus.
Two Grand Stewards, with White
Bro. Charles Jerome Campbell,
Bro. Archibald Forrest Gillillan.
Bro. James Anderson King.
Brother Bearing Golden Vessel of
Bro. John Harris Soper.
Two Brethren Bearing Silver Vessels
of Wine and Oil,
Bro. Thomas James King,
Bro. Robert Catton.
Grand Orator and Grand Chaplain,
Bro. Paul Neumann,
- P.. M. Alexander Mackintosh.
Principal Architect Bearing Working
P.. M. Clinton Eriggs Ripley.
. IV. M.'. John Phillips.
P.'. M.'. James Melville Monsarrat.
Grand Bible Bearer,
Bro. Cliarlea Hammer,
Supported by two Stewards with
Bro. William Francis Love,
Bro. Abraham Fernandez.
Grand Junior Warden,
P.. M. William Montrose Graham.
Grand Senior Warden,
P.. M.'. Theodore Cunningham Porter.
Deputy Grand Master,
P.". M. John Adair Hassinger.
P.. M. William Fesseiidcn Alien,
Supported by two Grand Deacons
Bro. Clarence Linden Crabbe,
Bro. Milton JTelfion Sanders.
Grand Sword Bearer,
Bro. David Bowers Smith.
Two Stewards with White Rod,
Bro. William George Ashley,
Bro. William Lewers Hopper.
When the procession reached
the new building, thanks to 3Ir. E.
B. Thomas, the contractor of the
edifice, everything was in readiness
for the ceremony of laying the
During the ceremony, odes were
sung by the choir of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Mr. Wray Taylor ac-
MASONIC TEMPLE, HONOLULU, H. I.
ng on the organ. The
instrumental music was furnished
' bv the Hawaiian Band under the
direction of Professor H Berger.
After i prayer by Grand Chap-Iain
P.M. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
an ode wa3 suug by the choir,
when the ceremony of laying the
corner-stone was begun by W.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 :
Your Majesty, Ladies a-d
and brother masons :
We are gathered here to-day by
of the Grand Lodge of California,
F. & A. M , under authority
given me as follows: "You will convene
the Grand Lodge of California,
F. & A. M., at Honolulu, H. I., on
the 27th day of December, 1S92, for
the purpose of laying the corner-stone
of the new Masonic 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 Master of
the Grand Lodge of California."; to
witness and assist in the ceremony of
laying the corner-stone of this
which, when complete, will be
the Hawaiian Masouic Temple.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. aiitl A.
M., was chaptered, by the Grand Lodge
of California on tfte5th day of May,
1S52 four sister LodcreIia Procres is
some years older), and the charter
members were : Lemuel Lyon, Chap.
W. Vincent, Wm. Wond, Frederick'
W. Thompson, Andrew C. Mott, John
Meek, David P. Penhallow, Jas. G.
Saukin3, Alexander J. Cartwright,
Joseph Irwin, F. M. Stokes.
From that time our Lodge has prospered,
and tolay we have one hundred
and twenty-seven members, and
are able to erect this Temple.
Masonry lias 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 Masons, but I do say that all good
Masons are good citizens.
Brother Masons, now that we shall
become more prominent, let me ask
you to unite with our neighbors the
Young Men's Christian Association
and the Honolulu Library and Reading
Room Association, iu doing all
we can by our good example, to promote
good morals, and good citizenship
lu tliis our home clly
After the Band played a selection
Grand Secretary P. M. John
Phillips read the contents of the
box which was afterwards deposited
in the cavity of the lower
stone. ' The box was made of sheet
copper and wus 144 inches long,
by U wide by inches high.
The following is the official list of
the contents :
List of Documents.
LIbt of contents of receptacle of
corner-stone of the new Masonic
Temple, corner of Hotel and Alukeu
streets laid on St. Jolm'8 Day, De
cember 27, 1602, at 2:30 v. it.
Objects transferred from receptacle
of of former Maboiilo
building iCornerof Queen and Fort
streets) as per list published in the
Daily Bulletin of December 10, 1802.
Photograph of Her Majesty Queen
Photograph of H. It. H. Princess
Photograph of Hon. A. S. Cleg-
Photograph of Hon. A. F. Judd,
Chief Justice and Chancellor, P. M.
Photograph of Col. W. F. Alien, P.
M., Acting Grand Master of the
Grand Lodge of California.
Photograph of Andrew Brown,
Master Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. fe
Photograph of J. H. Soper, Senior
Warden of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21
F. fc A. M.
Photographs of the Ofliccra of
Hawailau Lodge No. 21. F. & A. M.
Photographs of the OHIcers of Lodge
le Progres do l'Oceanle No. 124 F. A
Photographs of prominent men,
Masons and olllcial of this Kingdom.
Photographs of proniluent public
List of Past Masters. OfUcurs,
Members, Trustees, Building Committee
and Committee of Arrangements
of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F.
& A. 31.; Certified copy of thu
(Continued on page 7.)
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WHITNEY. Business Tnanager.
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ei3r or American advertise
IpaciSc Commercial Advertiser
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fcsAKI.ES i- CARTER.
J" A. BOSA,
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5LRenta iiie AckaoTrledemetits.
I Hono'.nla. E. I-
I W. X.. C&STLZ.
labile. i.:tli a :te Coens of
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I. ALTKED MAGOOK,
" . r at Law.
OFFICE 12 HerciaBt Street,
Honoiiuc, E. I.
tl" Hoaolzln. HonolulC
Zlsg asd EtthelStTMU,
rwr sd Consasioa TUttZzs.u,
f H. I.. HOIXEUf,
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KOHAXA. HAWAII. ir
Y PUBLIC sad
line iiak of Bishop i C., Uonotalo.
JWHITKST, 2L D., D. D. S
Jea:cl2oo: oo Fort
,Boct, comer Hotel awl Fort.
Entracee. HoMtl sued.
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
rt S-et, HmIo
ey and Counsellor at Lav.
I OXc at H1LO, HAWAII.
;b. Bills Psoxra.rCotJicrrB.'ec
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
ij and Counsellor at Law, and
Beal Estate Broker.
ALL TEZ CoCETS W THE KlSCSOX.
aCEi 'o. 36 3erchast fcireet,
S HoeoIuIc D. I. ir
SELLIE M. LOWEEY,
taxry - 3Eoi"fcllo.
ICE wiii W. R. Cattle, opporite
;. McISTWSK & UUO.
y. Feed Store and Bakery.
rtr Kjbr and fort Stiecu.
E. HoBOlclc. n. r. T
loaned for long o. .uortperiodi,
-., w i,. ifctj, aansger. i
k.0fflee Bearer Block, Fort St, j
! BISHOP & COMPANY.
. BOTAsxiXsEia loss.
UOSOLrLU. HAWAIIAN !M,.v.D
j BRATf EXCHANGE ON
THE BJ.VK0F MLIFOHSIA. SAK FRJlhCISCO
rVeiv York, Boitou. I'nrli
KESSBS. K K..HOTKSCKILD S. SONS, LOMOOS,
The Goraaercial BsBkiaj; Co. of Sydney,
Tee Conmerclal BaaXiac Co. of Svdner,
S;day. TbeBankof Xe Zea)asd.Ancklsna,
sn lt Braacie in Ctrisksrch. Sjoediaasd
Tke Baak of Brt:!t Colcrsbla. Portland,
The Axore and Madsir Islsnd?.
Tie Chartered Banc of Locdoa, Australia and
Sosckeac Yokokairi. Japtn
135 Geaera Biukia; v
K. O. S3AK.5U A: S.
Irspcrters and Dealers in Hardware,
Plow, Paints. Oils and General Merchandise,
"iVztTV Hsli President end Maaacer
SO White. Secretary nrd Treafcrer
WraP Allen Auditor
Thosilayand F Wnndenbnr Directors
3856 Corner Fort and King Sts y
. ur!73ii. strzzr. c. s. csenz
LEi3HS &: COOKE,
Snccesors to Lrxrns t Dicesox,
Inporters zalcrs in Lumber, -
And a.l kinds of BairdingilaieriaK
1S36 Fort t
J. OLDS, ::::::::: Proprietor
Comer yccian ATence and H.tel Streets.
Choice Ales, Wines and Liquors
IE. S. CUNHA'
Slotall Wlno Soalor.
Inrearo' tie " Hawaiian Gazette" bsildin;
lS3o 'o SS Xerccam Street.
HONOLULU IKON "WORKS CO
5 Sleaa Znrfnes,Snsir3Iilli, Boilers,,
Scsiaci Coolers, Iroa.Brafs sad Lead Casting
Machinery of Every Description
P&rticnlir attention paid to Ships' Blscit
' J. K. KAHOOKANO.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
ATTEITDS AIX THE COUETi or THE ElSSDOX.
1377 15 Kaacnrsann Street. Iloco'alo. Ir
J. s. SMITHIES,
Notary - xz.'fclio
ASD AGE"nT TO GRAr,T ifARRIAGE
XihnWcas. Kobala. Hawaii.
JOICV T. WATEREOUSE,
IilPOBTS?. AKD DEALER IK GENERAL
1IM Qceec Street. Honolnln j
HAWAHAH WINE CO.
FKANK BROWN. Manager.
2; and 30 Merchant Street. - Honolnln, H. I.
C. Z. "WILLIAMS,
Istporter, 2asufactt:rer, TTpholiterer,
jlSV dzalzb rs
FUBMTURE OF EVEBT DESCBIPT10M,
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
iy IK FORT STREET ly
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Importers and Commiion Merchants,
Hosolnla, Hawaiian Islands.
lllrrleef. Walton J: Co.. Scotland Street Iron
Joan Fowler & Co .(Leed) Limited Steam Plow
I3S6 and UcoraotlTeWorkt. Leed. ly
H. HACKFELD 3t CO.,
General Commiiricn Agents,
1S&S Qneen Street.Honolnln, n. I. y
r. A. (JCHAEFIIB k CO,
Importers & Commission Hire's.
Mi UonolslE, Hawaiian Itlandt. y
SL S. GRINBAUM & CO
Gcnl Merchandiso and Cacunisaion
IB5 JSxorchants. Honolnln. H. I. y
1L S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
So. 215 Front Street. San 7randco, Cal.
Poet Offlcc Bor ssm.
WILDER & CO.,
Comer of Fort andQceen SteeU, Honolaln,
13S5 Hatcrials of every kind- y
Inlorten of General Uerehandise,
FBA5CE, AND THE
lSTSy So. M Qneen Street. Honolnln. H.I,
SOS Front Street, San Francisco.
Partlcnlar attentloupaid to alilng and iMpplng
1T7I Island orderi. y
TIIKO. M DATIEH & Co..
Importers cad Canteirtion HsrehinU,
ajtd aazvrs ot
Lloyd's and the LiTerpooIUaderwriters,
BriUtb ted Foreljrn Hariae Inenratcc .Co.,
MS4 AndSorthers Asscrssca Ccapsay. y
JJusmcss Car lis.
Abstract aim Title Co.
2s0. 42 arF,RCHAT ST.
HOXOliULU, H. I.
h M. Hatch - - President
Cecil Bro-a - Vice-President
W. R. Oistie ... Secretary
HenrvE. Cooper, Treasurer &. Hanager
W. r Fresr - Auditor
This Company is prepared to search
records and famish abstracts of title to
sll real property in the Kingdom.
Parties placing totmauu.or contemplal
ias the purchase of real estate will find it
to their advantage to consult the company
in regard to title.
orders attended to with promptness.
Mutual Telephone 13S. Bell Telephone
152. P. O. Bor 325.
J. TV. Wistse, Se.. DUS.
"W. G. Wiktse. M 1)., DUS.
WISTEK & WINTEE
ReJuction in Prices.
Ye produce a Fine White Mettle
Amalgam and Flapsr compound for
the low pric of -1 ; Gold Fillings, ordinary
Cavaties for $3.
llechanic Dentistry at Kastern Prices,
full set or partial set of teeth on Gold,
Alumni or Kubber Base, no finer .Dental
"Work can be produced in Honolulu,
le'-'th extracted for -Oc.
fiXTThis is a branch office of
206 Kearny st , -un Francisco.
jC"Office : 33 Beretania street.
L. A. TEUES103. W. T. 7EIAE.
THUEST0N & FEEAE,
At torneys - at - Law,
H030UTLU, E. I.
tsTOffice over Bishop's Bank.
J. S. EMERSON,
Engineer and Surveyor
Room 3 Spreckels' Block, Honolulu.
Candy Manufactory and Bakery,
3EP . EC O JEt 3XT , ;
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker
13S6 71 Hotel S.bet.ycan and Fort y
MISS D. LAMB,
If ot 'art Public.
OfHce of 1J. A. Magcon, Merchant street,
near the Postoffice. USMy.
St. Fatfhew's Hali.
SAK MATEO, CALIFORNIA.
A School for boy. Twenty-sixth j ear. .Seed
Est. Alfred Lss Brewer, 9.B., Rector.
(Pomerly with B. F. Bolles 4 Co.)
Wholosalo and Retail Grocer,
111 King Street, under Harmony Hall.
Family, Plantation, and (Ships' Stores
at short notice. New Goods br erery
tU'smer. Orderi :rom the other Islands faith-
HE. W. F. ALLEN,
AS OFFICE OVEB MESSES. BISHOP k
CO. .cornet of Merchant and Eaahnnuura
strtU,and be will be pleased to attsndtoany
tuinsis entrasttd to him. lZ!Ma
tela day ferraed a nnderthe
name and style of Son bee Ylek Co.. for the
purpose of dealicst In general merchsndlie at
Eletle, Kanat. Hiring this day hereunto set
oar repectlre slgnataret.
Honolnlu. December 1. 1692. USM
Daily Advertiser, 50c a month,
-. 1,V" ' " ." " i. '.1 r ( 1
One Hundred and Fifty-Sixth
Tdbsday, Dec 27.
The Housmot at 0 a. ar. Roil call,
twenty-six members prasout. Quorum
at 0:03 a. ar. The minutes wore
read and approved.
Rep. Nawalix presented a petition
from South Hilo praying that a new
Constitution be drawn up.
The Clerk read a petition from M.
Rose, of Kaneohe, praying that investigation
be made of certain Crown
Land leases which Hon. J. E. Bush,
refused to take any action in tho matter.
Referred to Hon. J. K'Busli.
Noble Williams reported soverai
Rep. Edmonds presented a resolution
praying that the Chairman of the
Judiciary Committee be requested to
return Bill HI on Wailuku Water
Works, and that it bo made tho Order
of the Day for Thursday, Decombar
Rep. Smith. Chairmau of Jhe Judiciary
Committee, rpplied that he had
not seen the bill, but tho committee
would soon report.
Rep. Edmonds thou withdrew hi3
The House proceeded at 9rS6 a. ai. to
ORDER OF THE DAY.
Vnflnished busing: Second reading
of Bill 13, Elation Law.
Section 4 w j read.
The secfibD was stricken out.
Section 5 provides for specimen ballots
of red ahd green.
Rep. Kamauoha moved that specimen
ballots be the same as ballots for
Representatives and Nobles.
Section o passed as amended.
Section C was read. It amends
Section 75 as follows: "In cases where
general and special elections are held
at the same time and aro Incorporated
upon the same ballot, if the provisions
of sub-Section 1 bi violated In ono or
more of the sevAra! elections thus .
held upon one ballot; tho whole ballot
shall not be considered as Invalid,
but only the election or elections or
ceneral In which stich violation oc
Tho motion to strike out the section
was lost and it passed as In tho bill.
Rep. Nawahi opposed perpetual tinkering
with the Election law.
After considerably debate Section 7
imssed as in tho bill
ThoTHlaand Enacttlng clause passed
and Thursday was set for the third
mad I n it.
CniihlilHriulon of title Constitutional
Convention bill in CcSmmIttet of the
Whole, Rep. Kauhl lib the chnlr.
Tho majority and inlnority reports
of the committee were refeuL. The former
opposed the bill and
favored it. "V.
Rep. Kamauolm was in favor of tin? r
bill. He moved It be considered sec- -- --
tlflll llV Mfl'Motl.
Noble Kaoliang did not favor a constitutional
convention. Those wfco
wihed to have a new constitution
could go before the country on that
MjiveliM issue at the uext election. Tbe
Constitution had been accepted by
Koveri'ipi mid pople, ami th people
had a great deal more to mj about
tho government than they ever had
under the old constitution, it did not
satisfy everybody of uourse. The great
expense of a constitutional convention
was a further reason for not bringing
the mutter up now. He therefore
moved that when tho committee nee
It recommend referring the bill to the
Legislature of 1804.
Rep. Nawahi favored the W1L It
was not intended to onng uouoie
upon the country, but simply toseoure
a Constitution which would bo satisfactory
to the people, The present
Constitution gave tho people too niucn
power. Some of It should be given to
tho flovoreiffn. It was true that the
peoplo nau acsepieu me uonimuuuu,
butlt was unwillingly. It had been
forced upon tho King with threats of
violence, and had shortened his days.
It was providential that so many of
those who had beou ensured In this
bad dlodor been compelled to bare- tho
country. Ho called on tho Cabinet to
assist In passing this bill. HJlwy did
so, he should support them ; If not. ha
might be compelled to vote- against
them. He had no personal grudgo
against any of them.
M Blplkane said this was tho bill
which lie had been waiting for. It
tvn lila favorite hiigtriMtfl. In 1XK7 ha
was ono of the few natives who went
to waternouso'fl storo and got a gun,