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bAILY BULLEdMttt: HONOLULU, II. I., DECEMBER 1 1, 1889.
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, DKC. 11, If 89.
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CHy of llio tie Janeiro.
MEETINO OK COSOltrS".
The Republican caucus of tho
House of Representatives, Nov. 30,
nominated Thomas IS. Reed of Maine
for Speaker. The first ballot was:
Reed 78, McKinlcy U9, Cannon 22,
Hurrows 10, Henderson 10. Mr.
Reed has for several sessions been
l he acknowledged leader of tho Re
publicans in the House. Congress
met on Monday, 2d inst., when
Reed was elected Speaker ot the
House by 1GG votes to 151 for Car
lisle the Democratic nominee, and
one vote for Cummings of New
York. All tho Republican caucus
nominees for ofllcers of the House
were elected, except Rev. Dr.
Ramsdell for chaplain, who was de
feated, 1GG to lfJ, by Rev. Mr.
Millburn, the blind preacher, who
was last chaplain and the Demo
The Democratic caucus passed a
lesolution inf owning the country
that the members weie still devoted
to the principles of tariff leforni,
siying they hailed with delight the
triumph ot those principles in the
A stiong effort will be made this
session to repeal the civil service
law, Farwell of Illinois leading the
movement in the Senate.
Reed's election as Speaker has
increased McKinley's Presidential
stock for 18!)2.
Senator Allison thinks there will
be legislation on the tariff, and a
great deal of work generally" thi
Secretary Tracy in his annual le
port says?, when all the ships now
authorized ate completed, the Unit
ed States navy will comprise eleven
armored vessels, of which only three
are designed for fighting at sea, and
thirty-one imarmored vessels, mak
ing a total of forty-two. "The
United States, so far as its capacity
for defense is concerned, will then
be absolutely at the mercy ot states
having less than one-tenth of its
population, one-thirtieth of its
wealth, and one-hundredth of its
area." The Secretary urges the
necessity of building a navy in
keeping with the wealth and enor
mous coast line of the country. lie
considers 2Q battle ships, 20 coast
defense ships, and GO cruisers, or
100 vessels in all, to be a moderate
estimate of the fleet the nation re
quires. The Secretary is not pre
dated to rcco.mmend the construc
tion of a. naval station on Puget
Sound at any of the sites suggested
by the commission. He recom
mends that provision be made at
once to establish a coaling station
at Samoa on the site selected by
Admiial Kimbetly. The estimates
for the Navy Department and bu
leaus for the coming liscal year aie
The Tripartite Treaty with Great
Britain and Germany, respecting
the control and ditectton of affairs
in Samoa, is the ptincipal topic to
be discussed under the head of for
eign aflairs; also the proposed
scheme to promote a commercial
union with Canada with a view to
its ultimate annexation and the set
tlement of the Mexican and Alaskan
borders by the appointment of,com
missionersor by treaty.
The House of Representatives
will present a decided change in
political complexion as compared
with its predecessor. Besides the
addition of five representatives from
the new States to the roll, extensive
changes have resulted from the last
elections, so that of the total of 330
members, only 199 occupied scats
in the last Congress, and a Demo
cratic majority of twelve in the
Fiftieth Congress has been replaced
by a Republican majority of eight,
as shown by an unofllcial list pre
pared by the clerk.
riltKS IN BOSTON AND SIINNEAl-OUS.
A fire occurred in Boston, Nov.
28, which destroyed moio than three
blocks, with a loss of live million
dollars. The alarm was rung from
the name box as heralded the con
Jlagiation of 1872. The fire bioke
out in the six-story granito building
owned by Jordan, Marsh & Co., and
occupied by Brown, Durell & Co. ,dry
goods dealers, on Bedford street,
corner of Kingston. It raged for
six hours and burned over two acres
of territory covered with magnificent
structures. About 200 firms weie
burned out, and 100 agents of New
Yoik and Western firms had their
lieadquarteis destroyed. The origin
of the fire is attributed to electric
wiies. So quickly did the flames
get beyond control that tho general
alarm was deemed necessary to be
followed with calls upon all the
neighboring cities and towns for as
sistance. The great fire of 1872
started near the same spot at 7
o'clock on the evening of Saturday,
Nov. 9, and was not subdued until
10 o'clock the following Monday
morning, when 'it had destroyed
880,000,000 woith of property.
Tho Tribune building in 'Minnea
polis, Minnesota, took lire at 10:20
p. in., Nov. 30. It was a tall build
ing from which three daily and one
weekly papers were issued. Tho
seventh nnd eighth tloors eio occu
pied by tho Tiibuno editorial staff
and compositors. When tho lire
brigade anived men were at the up
per windows calling for help. The
flames had cut off tho elevator and
the only stairway, and no ladders
were on hand to reach further than
tho top of the lower stoiy. Before
adequate relief t cached the building,
many of the inmates had perished
either by jumping to the ground or
from burning. Two men not known
were seen to shoot themselves rather
than burn to death. The building
was destroyed. It was' feared at
last accounts that the number of
dead would reach fifteen or more.
Those identified were tho following!
James F. Igoo, Associated Press tc
legriph operator ; Walter 12. Miles,
acent of the same association ; W.
II. Millman, commercial editor;
Jerry Jenkinson and Robert Mc
Cutcheon, compositors; Prof. Ed
ward Oloon, President of the South
Dakota Univeisity; Milton Pickett,
Jefferson Davis is very ill.
Three bundled coal miners ore
on strike in Coloiado.
A Chinese laundry trust has been
formed in New York.
The Silver Convention at St. Louis
passed a long resolution by Senator
Bland, requesting Congress to pro
vide at this session for freo and un
limited coinage of standard silver
dollars of the present weight and
fineness, to be legal tender for all
debts, public or private, equal with
gold, and that until such provision
is made the Secretary of the Treas
ury be tcquiied to coin a maximum
of 82,000,000 worth of silver per
month, as now Teqnircd by law.
Fitch of Nevada in a speech laid all
of the blame for the poverty-stricken
condition of the working classes at
the door of the capitalists who de
The national debt decreased near
ly five millions in November.
The official estimate of the loss by
the Lynn file is Sl,00D,f)00, and the
number of burned buildings 330.
Seven thousand people were thrown
out of work and 17.") families left
A 50,000 lire occurred at Key port,
N. J., and a 180,000 one at'llait
Eighteen men and boys haye been
arrested in Wisconsin for taking
part in a lynching. Many of the
best families in the town of Preston
An insane negio tan amuck in
the Bowery, New Yotk, badly
wounding three persons with a
The students' life-saving crew of
the Northwestern University, Chi
cago, in a furious snowstorm and at
great peril rescued the ciew of a
wrecked steam schooner.
Henry R. Stowcll's mansion at
Athol, Mass., was entered and
robbed of cash, bonds, and jewelry
to the amount of over $50,000. The
robbery showed skillful hands.
Mrs. Parnell, mother of the Irish
agitator, who lives at Trenton, N.
J., complains that the National
League lus abandoned her to desti
tution, after she gave all her dowry
to tho national cause.
Samuel Strong has sued Gen.
Butler for S2."j0,000 damages ior
slander. The defendant said an
agreement for counsel fees submitted
by Strong was a forgery.
Tho jury in the Navassa island
riot cases, on tiial at Baltimore,
have found one prisoner guilty of
murder, another not guilty, and dis
agreed as to sixteen others.
A hippopotamus has been boin in
Central Park, Ncw.York.
Tom Roe arrived at Chicago on
the 2d from San Francisco, having
made the whole journey on a bicycle.
He" started Sept. 28 and beat Stc-
record uy 24 Hours l.J min-
hood is growing
fast, promising to
make a formidable league for next
season. Michael J. Kelly, the
famous $10,000 player, is in San
Francisco enlisting members of tho
Boston nine who have not previous
ly joined tho brotherhood.
An English syndicate has bought
the great plant of the Michigan
Stove Co. of Detroit, which controls
factories in that city, New Yotk
Six lives were lost at the binning
of a bakery and dwelling in Phila
delphia, Mrs. Mary A. Plunkctt, a "Chris
tian Scientist," was divorced by the
New York S lpremo Court, at the
suit of her lawful husband, for tak
ing to husband A. Bentley Worth
ington, a leading "C. S.," who has
turned out to have half a dozen
other wives lying round loose, fiom
Connecticut to Washington.
Mrs. James Lythe, wife of a
wealthy armor of Livingston county,
Missouri, died from lack of medical
attendance, having trusted to the
"failh euro" of "Clnistian science."
Capt, Bailey and the first mate of
the ship Southern Cross are on tiinl
in New York for killing Ah Sow,
Chinese steward of the ship, on a
recent voyage to Sydney. They say
tho Chinaman was crazy and, lu
bides shooting at them, threatened
to blow up the ship.
Two thousand cats weie turned
loose from Niblo's thentie, Now
York, each wearing a tag announc
ing the coining Christmas panto
mime at that place.
Prof. Sarlcllc, an illusionist at a
Lynn dime museum, was killed in
doing the trick of catching n fired
bullet in his teeth. Ho had made
tho mistake of putting a lead bullet
in the gun, instead of tho paper bul
let intended to bo substituted for it
by sleight of hand.
Stein & Stern,jcwclers,Ncw York,
were closed by tho sheriff with lia
bilities of $75,000, Two days after
waul two men representing the firm
weie arrested at Cincinnati, whcie
they were detected packing $80,000
worth of jewelry to tnko South.
Tho Thorn Wire Hedge Co., Chi
cago, has sued the Washburn and
Moeu Co. for $200,000 royalties.
Senator Fair is prosecuting II. J.
Palmer, the discharged manager of
his Yolo ranch, for $30,000 alleged
to have been misappropriated in the
management of tho estate. Palmer
is proceeding against J. W. Clarke
tho bookkeeper, with charges of
burglary and grand larceny, and n
big tiiangular legal fight is in pros
pect. The Cronin murder trial in Chi
cago has reached the stage of rebut
Secretary Blaine is confined to
bed but at" the latest was much im
proved. The Seattle and Northern Rail
road is preparing for extensive
Marie P. Thurmnn, daughter of
Allen G. Thurman, the lalo Demo
cratic candidate for the Vice-Presidency,
was married at San Diego to
Thos. C. Gifford, four or five days
after being divorced in the Superior
Court, Snn Francisco, from Lieut.
Cole, U. S. N.
Three hundred thieves were treat
ed to a banquet at Drury Lane,
London, by philanthropists of the
West End. Only felons were enti
tled to seats, wife-beaters and petty
larcenists being bnrred out.
The French charge d'affaires in
Brazil has been instructed to main
tain good relations with the new
The Armenian Patriarch at Con
stantinople disobeyed an order of
the Potto to dismiss the Armenian
Bishop for preaclrfng distasteful to
It is semi-oflicially denied iij Lis
bon that there is any agitation in
Portugal looking to the establish
ment of a republic.
The London Times is vigorously
agitating British rights in the Behr
nig Sea.against American claims.
Prof. Zeokancr, the leading Rus
sian medical authority, declares his
belief that the influenza prevailing
in St. Petcisburg is the foierunner
Stanley, writing on Nov. 27, says
his paity is all well and are enjoy
ing the luxuries sent by Major Wiss
man. He expected to anivc at Zan
zibar in a few days.
Labouchere at a crowded mass
meeting said the hideousness of the
Euston square aristocratic scandal
was so much a subject of general
comment and discussion in the clubs
and public places that London con
versation was becoming almost as
horrible as London vice. The Cab
inet has taken the investigation out
of Scotland Yard and placed it in
the hands of the Treasuiy. The
Prince of Wales is said to be in fa
vor of the thorouglt feneting' out of
the whole case. Prince Albert Vic
tor", the heirjpresumptive's, name is
freely mentioned in the scandal,
which is said to have had to do with
his departure for India. Lord Som
erset fled the country and is in hid
ing near Boulogne.
A London despatch icprcsents the
Conservatives as depiessed over the
political situation. Their natioial
conference at Nottingham spent
three days debating the position of
the party with regard.to a social and
labor programme, but could not then
at rive at any conclusion that gives
Attempts have been discovered to
assassinate Tisza, Hungarian Prime
Capt. Rust, a member of Dr.
Peters' expedition, believes that
Peter3 and Lieut. Tiedmnnn are
Krupp, the German gun maker,
has received the contiact for 3G
large guns, to cost 4,500,000 marks,
for the Chinese government.
Dr. Bernard O'Reilly, treasurer
of the National League, on return
ing to New Yoik said he found the
people of Ireland full of hope.
Gladstone was seen nt Hawarden
Castle and expressed great faith in
the result of tho coming election.
Speaking nt tho opening meeting
of the Liberal Federation at Man
chester, Gladstone favored enlarg
ing tho powers of county councils.
The provisions for direct Scottish
and Welsh homo rule, he said, must
be dealt with by future parliaments.
AVhite's great drapory establish
ment at Aldershot, England, was
burned down November 29th. Loss
Prince Albert Victor, while watch
ing the herding of elephants of the
Titular Rajah at Mysore, India, had
a narrow cscopo from injury. One
of the beasts, becoming unruly,
charged directly upon him, but lie
mado his escape to grand-stand.
A hkmi.annual meeting of h.o
Hoard of 'trustees of llio Qneen'h
Hospital will bo held on THURSDAY,
llio I2i)i December, 1880, nt the rooms
of tho Chamber of Commerce, at 10
o'clock a. m, Amendment to tho By.
F. A. SOIIAEFER,
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1889, Mi Id
ON LIBERAL TERMS !
I sm instructed by Mi-ebus THKO. U.
DAVIR4 & Co to -ell nt PublloAuo.
tlnn nt my SHlesioomn, corner of Fort
and Quecu strcUe,
TO-MpltltOW, IJeo. 12th,
AT lO O'VI.nVIt A. .11..
A. linn nmtliiicnt of New and Desirable
(Inml, ex rucut arrivals, con
sisting lu pnit us follows:
TAILOR'S GOODS !
Tweeds, Caslmere. l)innon'i,
Jbiitirt Lou ti'li of Fine Goods for
Suite, Klo , E c.
A choice lot oT assoitnl
Shawls, Hliiukpli, Merinos,
Law in Hat?, Underwear,
Neckties, tloslciy, F'ai.ucls,
Towel, Etc, Etc.
O- 3R. O O JE 3R.I E! S
Camilla, Sardine', Mustard,
Sonp, Hair nil, Elo, Etc.
Since Taiis, Fry Pans, Kttlles,
Tin Ware, Elo , Etc,
And numerous othei Goods appertain
ing lo the ttade.
JOT The above are all CHoire Fiesb
Guoild mnnuructurul expressly for thii
inatktt to which the Auctioneer calls
special attention lo ihe trade.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
425 It Auctioneer.
Book Stationery Store.1
Headquarters Santa Claut!
Kmas Once Again
1IIE Fl.NKsT LINE OF
TOYS axd DOLLS
Eer import' d into the cily.
flfi?" We sell all Goods at nn bones
pro tit ami have uo need to Kivu uwn
luytliing in ontr lo induce tmsiness
Books Full of Pictures !
For the Little. Oner
Books of Advontnra & History !
For Our Uojs
Books Full of Merest!
For Our Girls
fn the Litest Slj!e nnd Rich Design
to sun ieiybody.
Pens & PenMlm
Chaim Pencil Cjeo3. &c, &c.
A FINK DISPLAY 01?
BICYCLES & VELOCIPEDES.
a fi.w i.YinA rixr.
Bagatelle Boards !
Wagons at Prices !
Never liefoie oflercd iu Honolulu
B2r Come curly nnd select vour lire
sents nnd you will not regret it.
52T Open Every Evening. "G3Z
Thos. G. THRUM,
tS3 lw Proprietor.
THE HOLSTEIN BULL
" THOREAU "
Will servo rows fgr tlio next three
monilis. Price, 5 to In ure nt
428 1m King street
Hao jiiBt opened out a Luge new
stock of Hfiliday Goods, comprising:
Sot and Unset Diamonds, Bioophoi,
Earrings, Bracelets, llangles, Laco
and Seaif Pins, Rings of llio vciy
latest deigns, Liuliob' and Gents'
Oold nnd Silvei Watches and Watch
Chains, Ladies' Fob and Vest Chains,
Clocks, Beautiful Silverwuie, Ae., ttc.
SJB" Prices within tlin reach of
all. -Ill lm
J. E. GOMES,
Has removed to Mufurrny Block, where
he is prepared to execute la first clasi
btyle all orders entrusted to him.
Watch Work& Diamond Setting
Do not tail to call and exnmina his olo.
gant assortment of
Holiday : Grootlts,
Consisting of the latest 6tycR In
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, &c
Is issniiiR a new form of insurance which provides, in llio event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in nt.
dition to the amount of tho policy, or, should tho insured survive n given number of yeora, the Company will
letuin all the premiums paid nith'lntcrcsL; or, instead of nccepting the policy nnd profits in cash the lemil holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT lnniTHBK l'AYMKNT OF I'UOUUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticlpating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract Is Issued by the oldest Lite Insurance Company in tho United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in tho World, its assoU exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
S6F For full particulars call on
.HJ8T OPENED A LARGE STOCK
Great Bargains 1
4.0 pes of Now Dices Goods, striped
nnd cheeked at l'2Ao.
An elegant line of New Einbroideird
A full lino of new patterns in Whito
Just received a full assortment of
Gingliam, Seersuckers, and othei
new wash materials.
A largo assortment of Fiencli Flan
Nuns Veilings iu nil deshable similes.
Silks! Silks 1
Black Brocaded Silk, hrny, nt 4-1.50
Surah Silks, at low prices.
A fine lino of Fancy Ruiabs and
Satins nnd Sateens in new designs.
Gloves I Gloves!
Have you seen our 5-button Kid
Glo os, at $1.50 a pair?
A full line or Silk Oloves and Mitts.
Giiipr Ale, Hip Ale' Greiiliii, Rasptjerryafle, Sarsajarl,
NERAL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
ear All communication!
Oahu Railway & Laaa Co's
Trains will loivc Honolulu ovci the
Oahu Hatlroitd & hand Co. ns follows:
R:00 a. M.
1 1 :00 A. m.
:i:00 i m.
8:t.r. A. si.
llMfi A. m,
I)!-),"' I. 31.
I):!!!) A .M.
IL'lIlO 1'. 11.
I; in i. si.
K):ir A. si.
1 :15 i'. si.
0:00 i. si.
0:110 A. si.
12::H i. M.
;00 1". 51.
AlUtlW. H A LAW A
10:10 A. M.
iiir i. si.
.I:1G i-. m.
11:00 a M.
1 : l.r i-. si.
1:15 i si.
HUB A. SI.
a:!iO I-. 51.
fi:00 r. si.
.mvi ic C4
03P1 W3E"V ORK
lew Goods 3I &S ftlew Goods S8
OF NEW NOVELTIES IN DRY and
THE COMING .SEASON.
300 doz. Handkerchiefs !
The largest assortment and lowest
New novelties in Handkerchiefs, suit
able for presents.
Received a full lino of all colors and
shades, of Plain nnd Fancy Ribbons.
New novelties in Ribbons.
A largo and fine apsotlmont of all
kinds of New Novelties.
Handsome Heavy Silk Shawls in
black and cream.
Ramio Shawls, Ramie Shawls.
Shoulder Scarfs, Borlin-Shotland
Just recehed a full line of
nnd orders should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO?,
E. It. Hundkv, President A Manager. John Ena, Vice-President.
Gom-niir Bkowk, Sccietary Je Tiea6tirer. Cecil jluotra, Auditor,
AWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
Oppu. KprecltolH' BJmik, : Fort Btrcot, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Grockery , -:- Glassware,
Cbaudoliois, Electoliors, Lamps
r.unts, uiis & vainisiics, liiml uji, uyiuuier Oil,
Powder, SJiot & Caps, Machino-loaded Cartridges, Chamberlain's Patent;
HOUSE -;- FURNISHING-;- GOODS,
Silver Plated Waio, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agriciiltiiial Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Hart's Patent "Duplox" Die Stock foi Pipe & Dolt Cutting,
Manila L Sisal Rope, Rubber Hoso,
Wire Bound Itubber Hone, Spim-tei-grip;
Hpiinkleis & Sprinklor Stands,
Union Molallio Ciutridgo Co.,
Hnrlinan's Steel Wim 1-Vnco fc Slcol Wire Mats,
"New Process" Rope,
Win, G, Fisbei's Wrought Steel Ranges, Neal's Carriage Paints,
Gafo City Stone Filtcrb,
n n "New Process" Twist Drills,
nov-20-S9 jj.lltfl ;,lent "Duplex" dj fHuokn.
&. J3. ROSE,
General Agent for tho Tlawaiian Islands.
FANCY GOODS SUITABLE FOR
Flouncings in Swim and Oriental
A large lino of Veilings in plain and
Christmas : Goods
Of eciy description.
-TOYS! TOYS! -a
Will bo closed out at a great reduc
tion. A full lino of Ladies', Gonts' and
Tiaveling Trunks & Valises.
Boys' & Children's Clothing,
Boy's Jersey Suits,
Ln dies' Muslin Under wear.
An immense' stock recoived.
Prices very lew.
4' f c
& Lamp Fixtures,