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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, November 30, 1886, Image 1

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IN FORT ST CHURCH HONOLULU
Psaws HS1T -1 rtll offer to the the sacrlSce
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To observe the last Thursday of
Xovember as a day of Thanksgiving
Maxases lias become an established custom of
C8S CF F65T ASD HOTEL STEEETS K0S0LULU s the American nation It used to be con
TettAtewae aad Lioaprs fined to the people of Xew England
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low liricos havo bronsrht loss to many
the business as a whole has bqjgyjros
porons aud sill other busiliessliaa
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Thanlcnivinn in Havuaii J01100 in n multitudo of homes I
I IldlltVdlJIVIIIL III ndWdll jsuiiposeita inodexate osJimate that
i and average income of 125 from all
sources lias accrue to eacu mac
woman aud child Fav countries nn
so rapidly growing in opulence
There iiro few places in which life
is on tho whole so easy or the labor
ers toil so woll rewarded as in Hawaii
nei To Portuguese to Chinese and
to Japanese wonted to heavy aud
ill requited labor it seems a paradise
How great a change from tho extreme
destitution of tho past I I well ro
member the satisfaction felt when in
1S37 by the opening of tho Koloa
plantation it became possible for field
laborers to earn ono real a day or
tliree dollars a month and this in
store pay with coarse cotton doth at
25 cents a yard and those people
raised their own food Two days
labor then purchased one yard of cloth
and now buys twenty Fortunately
the common people then used little
clothing Indeed they were all actual
serfs owning neither house nor other
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thank God for His with
-to mercies
for ack of and tnsportation
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secnuon were also a genial and joy-
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j ml people It was a happy quality aterv ww The InnH linR ri0n
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HI i cfctatV ExckaaS a Francisco Cal where heartilv lookupon the bright side of
lWr T I eoatract for drertidB ca he aiade for jgjj nGW colonial life fresll from the
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n nr fTTv r v s Xo eieeii the i previous months Xo murmurings
mm t Fort street Hoaaiaic H I t j AX ALILAXAC AXD ANNUAL for j were theirs no hankering for the
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Erery Horse 0Texs Cyckpei
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Life of V Grant
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PBOGEAHXES I lAXGEIlS
POKTEKM
Espiditioc ly Szeccted sttk e 6azeli0ee
than content with the manna in their
frilderness They rejoiced in the God
of their salvation
We come together to day especially
as Americans by the Presidents invi
tation at the summons of the United
oii - 3i i a i - n l
out of deep and squalid poverty into
an affluence of luxury W o will thank
our God for this His goodness to tho
Hawaiian laud And as Americans
we should thank him especially for
that high training that skill and
capacity and that native force of
character which enable us to earn and
honorably possess so very largo a
share in these good giits It is a
pleasure to know that so many do not
forget the instruction Freely yo
have received freely give Surely
an honest loving thankfulness for
3iaie unarere u Jar- u uu ouuru n -
to thank oui God for his rich aTXJLL
ties and manifold mercies to us
ing the past year AVe are all of us
I descendants or heirs of those Pilgrm
I Fathers by copious inheritance of the
insatutions they founded bome of
us can even trace a blood descent
from persons who landed from the
J jTayilower All of us derive ourideas
anu principles u uuiv ul uuiuj uuu
domestic relations of education of
law and of liberty from those which
those pure souls brought with them
and planted in the American wilder
ness Widely have those principles
of American Christian civilization
spread and prevailed now dominant
from the stormy Atlantic shores to
the mistv Pacific coast over a nation
j of more than sixty millions of people
I hey are the dominant and prevail
ing principles of society in these isl
ands as supported substantially by
the leading people here who are the
Americans by the English from our
glorious 3Iother lanl and by our cog
nate Teutonic races Germans and
Scandinavians The Hawaiian peo
ple have also adopted the same
i ciples of Christian civilization have
j embodied them in their Constitution
and laws and are reaching up with
j what strength they may to bring
i their domestic and social practices
into accord with tliem It was wholly
and solely by recognition as a Christ
ian people that the Hawaiians se
cured their independence and auton
omy and were permitted to remain in
their unique position as the ruling
race of the land We share with the
Hawaiians the good gifts of God
We have cast in our lot with theirs
They and we partake alike in a com
mon prosperity or in a common ad
versity One Government one code
of laws one judicial and executive
system administer fqr all classes and
races alike
Although summoned especially as
Americans on this occasion we are to
look in Thanksgiving to God not
merely as Americans We are to
praise them for his mercies to us as
members of the Hawaiian nation and
to us in common with all who dwell
in this land from whom we do not
hold ourselves apart but share their
jos and sorrows their success and
their misfortunes
In common then with all the people
of this land we owe to Godwour
Heavenljr Father our Gratitude and
Thanksgiving
1 For our great material and finan
cial protperity during the past year
We have been peculiarly exempt
from general disaster of any kind
Even the great fire while causing in
dividual losses has been of great
sanitary benefit to the city and has
Q Uit IU urKlll UUU XltULJ
on others who are in want or misfor
tune be they among us or come their
voices of distress from far away
We have reason to thank God to day
2 For the high degree of nunial
and social eultifrc that we possess
I think we may claim not only to
he an opulent community but also
one of high culture Probably
for the number of whites in these
islands there are few places where
there is so large a number of highly
educated men and women or so many
who have seen so much of the world
abroad For the number of our English-speaking
population probably a
greater quantity of foreign papers
and magazines are taken here than
anywhere else on the globe Wherever
one sojourns in the country districts
one is sure to find on the tables some
of the best current literature
Our own Honolulu press is a pro
ductive one There are three daily
one weekly and three monthly jo nrnals
in the English language There is one
Portuguese and one Chinese weekly
There are three weekly Hawaiian
newspapers all well supported
Our system of schools is of long and
prosperous standing through which
the intellectual life of tho native peo
ple has greatly advanced during tho
past20 years We have many schools
of higher grades in which an educa
tion can be obtained preparing for
business or even professional life
We are probably too near to tho
abundant colleges and seminaries of
America to be able soon to -support
institutions of like grade among our
limited population A constant stream
of our sons and daughters are going
East and returning with the higher
culture of the mother land
Of literary institutions we boast of
i one excellent public library and of
two well furnished and much fre
quented reading rooms
Undoubtedly the masses of non
Teutonic or non English population
are still low in mental culture The
Portuguese skilled in labor and pa
tient m toil are quite illiterate like
all the laboring classes in Southern
Europe Hawaiians are no longer
illiterate they have books and news
papers in every house But their
thought is stil pervaded by the old
heathen mdtt which have been revived
by the huhu and -which are saturated
with snperstition and impurity in
equal proportions This combination
of snperstition and sensuality is a
deadly foe to mental progress These
are especially promoted by the sor
cery doctors or kahunas so thatsu
perstitions fears are still of immense
power in all heathen races so fcfre
probably already caused a material disease is still conceived to be a ma-
increase in the value of the property
improved in consequence ot it While
lignant demon possessing the body
which must be either propitiated or
an old prominent American city re- i expelled by the kahunasarts Christ
mote from volcanoes or great earth ian instruction had done much to mifc
fissures has been wrecked by earth 1 igate this evil but it was greatly re-
quake hardly the faintest tremor has
been felt by us though our houses
are built on the very ash heaps of the
recent cinder cone under whose
shadow we live
Oar large export -crop of sugar has
attained the amount of more than
100000 tons the largest in quantity
and value yet shipped Bains have
been abundant and well distributecL
Irrigation has been well supplied
Skill experience and the most
vived by the royal efforts of Kameha
meha v who as Minister of the In
rior twenty live yirs of age caused
300 kahunas to beiicensed and even
now a dark pall of superstitious belief
and practice threatens to wither the
mental as well as moral growth of the 0
Hawaiian race Under the law passed
at the late session of the Legislature
ior me licensing pi xauunas immense
evil is likely to be accomplished Per-
haps the knowledge of what our Ha
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