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SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY BULLETlaST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2:5, 1S)2.
-AS USUAL -
Presents tliu Finest Display of Spe
Novelties for the Holidays
Which must bo seen to bo appreciated.
Choicest Season Books from Harper's,
Houghton it Jlillin, Scribncr'.s,
Lothrop's nml others.
Office & Pocket Diaries for '93
kii,i(iui:k kii.vkii sovr.i.Tir.i is
Inkstands, Plotters, Taper Kuivo,
Oder Stands, Toilet Sets, Flasks, Kte.
Albums in Latest Designs
Finest Leather Goods, Nut Pick Sots,
Blacking Outfits, now uiul sensible;
Celluloid Photo Frames, Book Marks,
Blotters it Calendars, Work Boxes,
JJesks, .Manicure, .music Jlolls,
Dressing & Traveling Cases,
Vuses it Flower Stands,
Double, it Triple Mirrors,
Xmas Cards & Booklets
: ONLY A FEW LEFT :
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
A CHOICE VARIETY.
For the Boys in lino assortment, and ditto
for the Girls, including the best
DOLLS & DOLL SUNDRIES
To be found in town.
In Fact this Applies to All Our Lines.
ftW Manv neonla waitinir for lute
tions will get ''badly loft," for tho choicest
is being picked out daily
Bffi-OPEN EVENINGS 8
The News Department Is prepared
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Year. Per,-ons desiring to make changes J
... r.if'i.iui. MiiiivfTriiiiii.il iinii'is iii.r .t
Will piuusu UUY1-U 111 nine.
Look out for the Jubilee Issue of the
Hawaiian Annual for 1
KINKI.Y II.1.I ririlVTKIl
To appear during Christmas week,
THOS. G. THRUM,
JL06 Fort Street.
Christmas & New
ENNEIl & CO.
Hare NOVKLTIKS for the
Iticb (lifts for
NOTHING LIKE IT IN TOWN.
The Old Stand,
WENNEK & CO,,
Importing and Manufacturing Jeweler,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
London, December '2.--The open
ing of Parliament is still eight weeks
i.li?tnnt, but the Conservative party
is already on the scone with three
amendments to the address in reply
to tho speech from the throne. Tho
evident object is to test the strength
of tho Government. A prominent
Liberal member said to-day: "We
expect tho wannest time any Parlia
ment has seen since tho discussion of
tho reform bill in 1832." The Minis
terialists, however, continue to be
confident of weathering divisions on
tho address, and even hopeful of
passing tho homo rulo bill.
Another trouble before tho Gov
ernment is the renewed agitation of
Irish tenant fanners for an abate
ment of the judicial rents fixed four
years ago. Tho tenants declare that
the fall in tho prices of live stock
and farm products generally makes
a revision of rents iniporathe. The
temporary clause act of 18S7 em
powered the Land Commission to
reduce rents in tho ratio oT the de
cline in agricultural prices. Tho
clause was operative for only three
years and expired at a timo when it
would have dono the most good.
Tho Government will ask Parliament
to restoie tho elau.se exactly as it
Dr. (Jollingridgo reports to the
London port sanitary committee
that there is almost an absolute cer
tainty of an outbreak of cholera in
tho spring, when all precautions now
adopted will bo far more severely
.strained than hitherto.
wholes a li: nuuai.AitY in Chicago.
Chicago, December 2. Six "burg-
i lar-nroof' vaults and safes in as
111:1113 oillce.s in tho Equitable build
ing, at Washington and Dearborn
.streets, one of tho principal business
corners in Chicago, wero forced open
some time during last nigjit. Every
dollar in tho entire building of five
stories was taken.
Tho exact amount of tho cash
ntolon was $145,5:1.'). Jewelry was
also taken in every oilico. Tho burg
lars examined all tho valuable papers
iu tho vaults, but wore careful to
take nothing but jewelry by which
they could be identified.
The work was tho boldest yet at-
tempted and was committed by
nnrt snff.ni.minro. Tim lmrjrl.'irs
'i know t lie building perfectly. They
know just what parts of the place to
enter and what to leave untouched.
They lighted the gas in the oilico on
the ground floor with the great win
dows opening on Dearborn street
and commenced their robbery in
what seems to have boon in plain
view of the opposite side of tho
street. Tenants aro indignant that
such bold defiance of police has been
possible in such a public place, in
tho heart of tho city and within one
block of tho central station.
Thoy are also indignant that the
owner of the building had left it
utterly without the protection even
of a janitor or prixato watchman.
Their indignation in this direction1
may result in as intoiesting an af
fair as tho robbery itself. This after- i
noon, hopolcns that the burglar
would bo captured or their properly
recovered, the tenants decided to
suo the owner of the building, llurl
burt Levy, to recover what they had
Till: PANAMA CANAL MOVNIUL.
The Panama canal commission i,s
still worried and continues to stir up
mud. A I'aris correspondent giver,
the list of the sums of money paid
to newspapers by the Panama Canal
Company by ltoaaiguol, former Audi
tor iu Bankruptcy, as follows: Lo
Petit Journal, KOO.OOO francs; La
Tolographo, 120,000 francs; Jozienski,
director of tho Telographe, 1 '20,000
francs; Lo Matin, 30,000 francs; Lo
Gaulois, 15,000 francs; Meyer, direc
tor of tho Gaulois, !),000 francs;
Lo Radical, 100,000 francs; Senator
Magnior, director of L-'Evoiiomonl,!
olMXJ francs, anil
cs, nml ratinot, i neetor
of Lo Journal do.-, Debats. 40.000
frauc.-, I lie lust-named denies hav-
ing received any money. The other
papers make no reference to the et
l'lir.OAt'TlONS AGAINST CIIOI.DIA.
The United Stales Government is
taking extraordinary precautions
against the admission of cholera next
year. Instead of lighting the pest
alono at quarantine stations on this
side of the Atlantic they have sent a
corps of physicians to Europe to
survey the field and inaugurate pro
tective measures there. Throe doc
tors have been commissioned by tho
Marino Hospital Service for this un
dertaking. They aro: Dr. Fairfax
Irwin, formerly surgeon at the Ma
rino Hospital. Chelsea, and latterly
oxamiug surgeon of the Marine Hos
pital Service dispensary iu the Bos
ton Custom-house; Dr. ltoonow and
Dr. William A. Wheeler of New
York. They will remain in ISuropo
for two mouths. Dr. Ko-onow is iu
England and hi.s territory will bo
British ports. Dr. Irwin will have
charge of Franco and Dr. Wheeler
will go to Germany and the free
Their duties are to investigate
thoroughly cases of spread of
cholera, the sanitary conditions of
various towns and cities which they
visit and particularly note the ac
commodations made for emigrants
destined for the United States and
the precautions taken for their disin-
loction and isolation, Tiiov will Do
in close consultation with American
Consuls, who are instructed to co
operate with the .surgeons in every
They ate empowered to examine
cargoes of vessels consigned to the
United States, and to demand the I
disinfection of vessels and freight
where they deem it necessary. Of
course, they will have no authority
to order such a course, but upon
their recommendations the deten
tion of such vessels in quarantine iu
American ports will largely depend.
The surgeons will not communicate
with the authorities of the places
which they will visit; in fact, tiiov
will maintain as complete an incogni
to as possible. Their duty is to
ascertain all the facts possibhuJiiaks
where cholera has penetrated, to ob
serve the failures and successes of
cholera wars and to keep the depart
ment at homo constantly advised of
Mr. J. C. Boswell, one of tfje best
known and most respected citizens
of Drownwood, Texas, sneered with
diarrhoea for a long time and tried
many dilToiciit remedies without
benefit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea IJeinoiPy was
used; that relieved hiiual once. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith it
Co.. Agents for (he Hawaiian isl
ands. The following choice bit of word painting
occur- in Hawthorne's Marble Putin:
tllll, ;j, 'ifi.irh'K'or
genius, or endowed with aw fill bcaut, have
mays some nine mniiiiworh rcauy 10 nil
the tins gap of every vacant moment. A
needle i- familiar tothu lingers of them .ill.
A iic cu, no doubt, pile- it on occasion ; the
woman poet can uc It ns adroith as lu-r
pen; the woman'-cjo, that bus dl-covcrcd
it new star, timis fuiiii its glory to -end tjni
polished little instrument gleaming along
the hem of her ketchief, or todarnaca-tiai
fray in her dre. And the have greatlj
the advantage of it- in ibi- re-peet. The
slender thread of -ill. or cotton keep- them
nulled with the Miuall, familial', gentle In
terests oT life, the continually operating iu
llucnccs of w bleb do mi iiiueh for the health
of tlm cliaiaeter, mid earn oil what would
ntherwi-e be a dangc loin- iicciiiiiulatioii of
iiiiiibid Mm-ihllll,. A va-t deal of hiiiimii
-.Miipiitliy runs ulmii till rlcrtric line,
viietehilie fioin the Ihiunt ! tin ttlckei
chmi of the humble-i seam-trc- and
Keeping hijjh and low m a -pcie- oi iom
umiiicii witl. their kindled beings."
Houutwi7M, while you pi;, the nvcttlu,
li.ivo yoaiivur rellicted on the vieiKitudon
of life' .ce to it thru your husbands pro
vide for the future welfare of their families
hv nt once applMii).' for n Police in tho
i:jinTAi!Li; i.ipi; as.su it awi: bo-
ClIvTY of the United States. No mole
biiitubhi gift could be otlered to on.
BRUCE & A. J. 0ARTWRIGHT,
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Open Evenings I
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IN IUIKAT VARIETY.
f? A special importation of
.lust ltcccived direct from tho factor at
DIARIES for 1893
"Always Remember Cash Talks.?e?u
It. S. Muiuti., Supt. V. II. TYi.oii, Pros,.
Risilon Iron Works,
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sugar 1
BOILERS & ENGINES.
Kor lirigating and Water Works purpose
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Fluming
MATIIKfcON LOCK-JOINT 1'IPL,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
Kte., Kte., Ktc., Ktc.
tF" I''or fuither particulars and cata
IR-iscioxi Iron Works,
Sail I'rancisco, California.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
mm 81 KING ST. 41
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
G. J. Waller, .
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- ltOTH TLL. No. :-,. -Stand:
Corner Fort & Merchant Sis.
Hacks can be hud at any hour of the ditv
up to P. o'clock at night, on terms
to .suit die times.
Hacks Hos. 33, 15, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
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