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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, December 14, 1892, SUPPLEMENT, Image 6',
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY 13 ULLETIK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Id, 1892.
Christmas & New
rKXNKR it CO. Hold Wntchos.
linro N0VKI-TIK8 for tho
6ur B0UYEN1U XL
XV Itich Oirts for
OHIUSTilAS .IKWKLKY. &
;U C ALL.
N0TH1XO HKK IT IN TOWN. (J .
The Old Stand,
WENNER & CO.,
Importing and Mnnufiusluring JcwelurH.
Closing Out Sale
Tovh, with or without Mochnnisin,
Dolls, Flogs, Albuma, batchols,
Purses, Vnses, Stntues,
Bronze Ware, Mocca Cups,
Opera and Spy Glasses, (warranted first
Mirrors, Frames, Brackets,
Perfumery, Fancy. Goods,
Fans, (extra line);
Carpets and Hugs, (all sizes);
Etc., Ktc, Ktc.
I'iece marked with CASH
TO DISCOUNT- on
SSk- EVERYBODY invited
H. V. SCHMIDT &
Larger Cash 1'ur-
to an In-
II. S. Moohk, Sujit. Ar. H. Tayloii, Pies.
San Francisco, - -
Improved Sugar Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and Water Works purpocs
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Pluming
MATHESON LOOK-JOINT PIPE,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
'Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
fM For 'further particulars und cata
RisciorL Iron Works,
San Francisco, California.
LAWN MOWERS TO LET BY THE
day, week or month ; Ilepalring,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Plocua furnished whon reijulred. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Ilepalring
' Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around the houso . or stable.
King up Mutual Telephone 162.
68?.tl N. F. BURGESS.
Huioribe or the Daily liuUeiin, 50
tents per month.
I linyo boon making n few more on
quirios on tho nbovo subject and am
ti.ld tlmt the doctors of. this cit.j
liavo boon treating this pooplo for
thirty or moro years mid that hoy
liavo not ono single case of loprosy
on thoir books cured yet. Now, as 1
don't believe every Tom, Diek and
Harry that I hear, van you say if
this is true or not, for Dr. Lowell
told mo last Juno that whon ho had
been hero six months he had cured
seven persons of lGprosy. But 1
should sooner think' from my own
observation that it should have been
seventeen, as ho kept no record, and
as I liavo seen somo of these myself
1 could believe tho romaiudor. I
am also told that Dr. Lowoll ap
plied to tho Board of Health, many
months ago for a liconso to treat
this people, and that his application
was fortified with a polition signed
by 70 or 80 woll-knowu and honor
able names. Many of them had ex
perienced Dr. Lowoll's skill. Now,
in spito of tho above, tho doctor has
not got his liconso. This is like tho
dbg in tho manger ho can't eat the
hay, nor lot anyone olso. They can't
euro tho lopor themselves, nor will
thoy lot those who can. Now, sir,
from tho number of cases I have
soon treated and cured, it would
only bo a question , of timo whon
this kingdom would bo as free from
lopors as any. other, if tho opposition
was got out of tho way; but it novor
will so long as t ho doctors rulo tho
Board of Health. If the Board of
Health doesn't want Dr. Lowoll to
euro tho lopors, why don't they pur
chaso his romedv and do it thorn-
solves? Aro tho people to go on
B..nV...:.wv itwl vini.Anf tinf i wr t.liu rlic
ase and death, while tho euro is in
tho land? Now, Sir, 1 have no more
interest in this than you have, but
tho good old book says, "How
dwelleth tho lovo of God in our
hearts if wo soo our brothor in need
and shut up our bowels of compas
sion against him?"
Doc. 12, 1892.
Tho strike and tho promenade of
tho Ewa' Japaneso to Honolulu led
us to make sorious rellectious re
specting safety of life and property
in our county places. In the capi
tal, no doubt, a strong and woll
drilled polico force, supported by
our tiny but ofliciont army, and a
largo bod' of law-abiding citizens,
will hold its own against any dis
turber. In the districts outsido
Oahu. however, it is ninto diiforont. side of an hour after his return
If wo throw a glance at our popula-! was threatened with a severe, caso of
tioii'fitatistics, wo will seo that tho I pnoumoiiiajorluugfevor. Mr. Baize
male Chinese or Japanese are not only t gent to tho nearest drug storo and got
more numerous than all Uiq foroign- j abottlo of Chamberlain's Cough l?o
ors combined, but oven than all tho j medy, of which ho had often heard,'
full-grown male natives. . . I "no- took a number of largo doses.
Supposo now, and last Ewa inci-1 Ho says tho ejfoct'was wonderful and
dents provo, that it is not a more in a short timo ho was breathing
fancy that Chinoso, Japanese, or j quito easily. Ho kept on taking the
native workers come to strike on a modicino and tho.noxt day was able
plantation. "What will the i planters to como to Desf Moines. Mr. Blaizo
and tho Government do with half a', regards his euro as siinply wonderful,
dozen untrained, almost unarmed For sale by all dealers. Benson,
policemen? Far from oxposing thoir i Smith. & Co;, Agents for thoHawai-
livos lor somebody else s benefit, the mn Islands,
Tho Oalifornian Illustrated Maga
zino for November should liavo boon
Uotieo hero before. It is not too
late, howovor, to say that in rospect
both to literary quality and practi
cal value, as well as to its handsome
get-up, this numbor is well calculat
ed to enhance tho growing popular
ity of this promising young periodi
cal of the Golden West. While tho
magaziiio maintains a credit ablo
purview of national and univorsal
quostioiiSj it has a distinctive local
grasp which must mako it welcome
to all Californians as well as every
body who takes an interest in tho
mighty progress of tho vast rich re
gions this sido of tho Bookies. Tho.
local articles in tho jNovoinbor num
ber are, "Pagan Tomples iir San
Francisco," by Frederic J. Masters,
D. D., and a description of River
side, California, l3' an Englishman.
Thoro is a .poem, "Droain of Cali
fornia," by William T. Bumstead
Articles of great archaeological in
terest aro: "Did tho Phoenicians Dis
cover America?" No. 1) by Thomas
Crawford Johnston, and "Tho Pro
Columbians of tho Southwest," b3r
J. J. Poatliold. "Our Commercial
Growth and the Tariff," is discussed
from tho Republican standpoint by
Richard H. McDonald, Jr., and from
tho Domocratic standpoint bj' Hon.
Stephen M. Whito. "Trailio in Whito
Girls," "by M. G. O. Edholm, is a
striking commentary on a provioua
discussion of tho horrors of tho' lifo
of Chinoso slavowoinon, tho author's
purpose being "tocall tho attention
of tho American pooplo to tho fact
that, wo aro not much bot tor in this
respect than tno unmeso." it is
illustrated b' portraits of several
philanthropists including Miss
Francos E. Willard, President
Wprld's and National W. O. T. U. !
A paper, illustrated, on, "Coffee in '
Guatemala," by Emilib T. V. Park- J
hurst, should Co of value to thd pro- !
motors of coffee in Hawaii, contain- j
ing as it does facts regarding tho i
cultivating, curing and marketing of '
coffoo. Stories, poqms, editorial !
notes on tho1 "Questions of the Day," I
and notices of now .books make up I
tho rest of tho numbor. Illustrations !
of an artistic character profusely
embellish this magazine
1'rcMmtS'tho Finest Display otSpe- .
Novelties for the Holidays
Which must bo seen' to be apprceinted.
Choicost Season Itooks from Harpor's,
Houghton it Miflin, Seriuncr'f,
Lothrop's and others.
Office & Pocket Diaries for '93
Kir.Kinnr. hii.vkr xovklthm in
Lirs, Paper Knives,
s, Toilet Sets, Flasks, Etc.
Albums in Latest Designs
Finest Leather Goods, Nut Pick Sets,
Mucking Outfits, now and sensible;
Celluloid Photo Frames, Dook Marks,
Motters it Calendars, Work Uoxos,
Desks, JIanicure, Music ltolls,
Dressing & Traveling' Cases,
Vases it Flower Stands,
Double it Triplo Mirrors,
Xmas Cards & Booklets -
: ONLY A FEW LEFT :"
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
A CHOICE VARIETY.
2sTe-w Toys ;
For the lioys in lino usi-ortiuunt, and ditto
for the Cirls, including tho best
DOLLS & DOLL SUNDRIES
To be found in town.
In Fact this Applies to All Our Lips.
SF Many people wa'itlng for late selec
tions will got "badly loft," for tho choicest
is being picked out daily.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an oxtonsivo real
estate doalor. in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped ono of tho severest
attacks, of pneumonia while in tho
northern part of that state during a
reeont blizzard, says tho Saturday
lievieiv. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during tho storm
and-was so thoroughly chilled that
no was imauie to got warm, ana in
side of an hour after his return ho
othor laborers will either join, striko
separately, or stana on the lookout.
What will liappon? Cano, mills,
houses will bo set on fire, oven lives,
might bo lost. Should the place in
some unaccountable way becomo too
hot for the malcontuntF, thoy will
rotiro to the mountains, and fortify
themsolvoH amongst hills, rooks and
trees, defying tho whole Hawaiian
army, polico and navy (,?) combined,
spreading tiro, plunder, terror ami
blood over tho whole island, It
makes ono . shudder to thiuk about
tho possibilities, This of a certainty
would bo "iiuis Hawaiico," tho last
of Hawaii. And tho parlies crying
now most, for Asiatics would bo tho
Pno Bono Publico.
Maui, Doc. 8, 182.
Seo the now Floral Sots at Benson,
Wo have just opened a lino of tho
latest publications in Etchings,
Artotypos, Pastels and othor sheet
gOPEN EVENINGS -a !
3& The News Depart inunt is prepared
to receive subscription orders for the New
Year. Persons desiring to make changes '
will please advise in time.
Look out for the Jubilee Issue of the
Hawaiian Annual for 1
To appear during Christmas week,
Big.Cornfedr Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas, !
T- FOIt SALE AT THE
.KlELlilai Poi Factory,
V. L. WILCOX.
THOS. Gc. THRUM,
1Q3 Fort Street.
Gamarinos' Kaliiii Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heayy Roosters
Now being FROZEN-will bo ready
dollvery boforo or on tho morning
of Thanksgiving Day.
Dressed All Ready for the Oven I
A SPECIAL HKU OK
Smyrna. Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Elc,
For tlio Holiday und Festlvo Season.
Prices to suit tho times.
OT-'Mutual Tel, 378'.
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