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B Euerjlr Bulletin,
tMNlUL LOQAN, lSilltor.
MONDAY, AUG. 10, 181)7.
If reports nru true the SUys of
the emancipated Diililc provinces
iro iigain dlngrauod by tlio em
ployment ot iiHBiifBins hb politicnl
ogents. It vib Sorvii the provious
timo. Now it U Dulgnria that re
vived thu vilo tnutlicult of govoru
utout m tho dark ami mhlillo ngcB.
Homo disciplinary music of tho
"concort of Em ope," It would
seuin, ueeds to bo played for tho
benefit of tho Turk's enemies as
well an for hU owu regulation.
Latest indications are that the
coal minors' striko is going to
prove n disastrous failure for the
trikora. Ab a very great propor
tion of them admittedly had no
grievance, sympathy ought only
be felt for tlio women and children,
who nro tho greatest sufferers.
.So tlio Powers nro allowing
Groeco to be mulct in iudorunity
for tho war in which they would
not allow her to employ the best
part of hor fighting strength.
It docs tho U. S. N. minBtrels
great honor that their concert on
Saturday evening is for the bene
fit of local charity.
LATEST FORUGN NEWS
TURKI'.V WIMTK Itt:it MONKY
ui.iaur: li:avim: iiii:ssal.y.
Attainluallnu In BiitK"tl-l.xcdltln
lit Soulli full' Ahum,
Tlie steamer jliiuv'iru brings
news n day or two later than the
China, of which tho leading fea
tures aro given below:
TfiK eastf.kx tvtnTiojr.
It is understood that the peace
conference has arranged for the
npp. '. ' uent by tho Powers of
three delegates to control the re
venues assigned to the sorvice of
tho Greek debt.
Tho Porto is negotiating u loan
to cover tho evacuation of Thessa
ly. Tho ambassadors propose that
the indemnity should be paid in
four yearly instalments of one
million pounds Turkish. Tho
Turkish Government wants tho
evacuation to occupy tho same
period, and wisheb to hold Volo
until it hub been paid. Uerinauy
demands that Turkey shall be
allowed to hold the districts of
Trikhnla aud Turnnvo until the
indemnity has been paid. England
strougly opposes this.
Turkey'a prompt abandonment
of tho proposal to sand the Tur
kish tlcpt to Crete is significant of
hor attitude whenever tho Powers
take a bold and united stand.
The deputies representing the
principal provinces liavo sent to
the foioign admirals an ollicial
declaration, accepting autonomy,
and expressing a desiro that tho
Turkish troops be withdrawn
from tho Island. This action is
attributed to a belief of tho Cre
tans that Djevad Pasha, the now
Military Commandant, is really
charged by tho Sultau with in
structions to wreck the uutouomy
Mi. Goscheu, first loid of tho
udmiralty, taid in tho House of
Commons that tho action of tho
admirals, in deciding to euluu
the Tuikish iloet from Cietau
wulerb,"is not disapproved by Hor
Parliament was prorogued on
the fith inst. The Government
intends next sesflion to deal with
the redistribution of seats.
The Gaulois of Paris points out
that uudor tho commercial treuty
coucluded between Canada and
France in lbDU.Franco will bouofit
by nny advantage which Canada
gives Great Britain.
The necessary sum of money to
defray tho expenses of tho South
Polo expedition having been as
sured by tho voto of a furthor
credit ot 50,000 f rancs.tho steamer
IJolgic, with the South Polo ex
ploring expedition on board, will
leuvo Antwerp on August 10.
tt In mimed til Hofln tluil tlio
object of tlio vihII f t'llneo I'or
(liiuuiil ami M, Ktnll IV tlio ll'tl
girlnn Plumb r, to King (Minilns
ol iloitinniitn, Ih to induce ro
iluotniit lloumuniu In join Sniviu
Ami llulg.trlu in tho rlMngiigultmt
Turkey, for which, It In alleged,
socrot propn rations hate for h long
time boon hi progress.
A Vienna dispatch roporln that
thu lliilgiitliin poet, Ooimtanliiioir,
ha btett ih-hih! tinted, it npnearu
that ho whb making a political
with his friend, Tnkoh", who
strong opponent of tho pro-
Gibiuut ami of the Govern.
of Prince Ferdinand. Ao-
cording to tlio despatch, tho Bul
garian authorities gnvo orders for
tho aBRinsinatiiiu of Tnkoh", and
tho misctimutH who woro hired to
carry out tho instructions inintook
the poot fur their iutondod victim.
Tlio Loudon Morning Post sayB
the Amoricou claim of $28,600 for
tho extradition of Butlor seems an
act desorving severe condemna
tion. If a nation will behave in
such a manner, it ought not to bo
surprised whon the Attoruoy
Goneral of New South Wales as
serts that tho cost of extradition
is excessive and unwarranted.
In the Hungarian Parliament
tho Minister of Commerce, Baron
Do Daniol, replying to an intor-
ellation on the subject of the
ingley Tariff, said that the Gov
ernment considered' that Hungary,
in protecting her export interests,
should not act alone, but to insure
success the Government thought
all states should agree in a com
mon course of action.
UNITKll ft r ATE.
Wheeling, W. Y.i., Aug. 5-At
Fairranuui, the tie-up promised by
orgunisor Rao has not niuton Us
ed. In Kiniiwha Valley ull tlio
mines but one tire working. On
the Norfolk and Western roiid the
strike has entirely disappeared
The Eastern Ohio miners aro cot-
tiny hungry aud have soliciting
committees out with WHgous scour
ing food. The people uro contri
buting liberally, and Sooretary
TreaBurer Lewis thinks thoy cun
holdout nuntber month at least.
Wiinhiiigtoii, Aug. 5. The big
battleship, Indiana, sailed away
from newport to day for Halifax,
wnere sue will be docked, clean
ed at d painted. She is the firHtof
the battleships that has been sent
from the United States to a foreign
dook for laok of dockiug facilities
Auction Sales by Jts. F. Morgan.
AUG HON SALE OF
PORTLAND CEMENT I
TOMORROW, Aug. 17th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A M.,
At the Whiirf, font of Xtiimnu street,
I will -ell t Pillule Mietlon, furnc
cnuut of whom it in ty cuueeru,
1000 Bbls. Germania
Just landed In At condition, ex Ger
ni un lurk H. F. Glide, Huusloop mas
ter, from Llverj'o il.
IST Terms: Ca-li In U 8. Gold
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TO-MORROW, Aug. 17th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On (he Premises, Queen street, he.
tweeii Un-Hiiiie of Messrs. L B Kerr
and Hymuu Bros , I will ueil at iul
Tie CorroiatEd Iron Sleds on lie Property.
Buildings to be lemoveU wliiiin 7
ilajs from date of Hal-.
At Opera House,
Saturday Evening, Aug. 21.
' A Night of Fun !
For Be up flt of Hawaiian Ho-
lief doulety and Struugera' Friend So
ciety, eueh to receive ono-half of net
!Popnlai' Prices !
J TicketH at Wall, NJolioU Co. (ISO Ot
UVKN1NU llUliLKTIM, AUOWHT 1(1, Hi7i
ai.ijiij.i HMUMi 1 1.1 II M rVU.Wil
sliifiiisl 0, iSt)7.
The Kewalo Bicycle Track,
to be known as Cyclomcre
Park, is at last a reality and
"not a dream," thanks to the
energy and enterprise of Atr.
uesky, and will be opened
i with a grand meet next month,
,' and all the vouiur men and
i perhaps also the lovely girls j
. win wain to try ineir hick on
it. In anticipation of increased
'sales on bicycles we have
quietly laid in a good stock of
Tiibune Bicvcles than which
there is none better in the
'milker. The Tribune is nnw
recognized in the United States
as the best; it is. the favorite
with all the society people and
business men all over the
Union, and our own American
Aiini5ter rides one. Recent
advices announce a cut in
prices of low grade, but the
strictly high grade wheels still
sell readily at the former list
price. We have made better
arrangements with the manu
facturers, whereby we are en
abled to sell the Tribune bicy
cles at list price $100, and
invite all intending purchasers
of wheels to come and inspect
our stock before going else
where. We have ladies' and
gentlemen's road wheels, racers
and all models manufactured
by the celebrated Black Abnu
facturing Co. We also carry
the Columbus, Columbus
Juvenile for Boys and Girls,
B & H Special Zimmy and
Stormer, which are sold ex
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
By order of the Exooutors of tbo
Estate, of ADELIA CORN WELL,
docoiised, I will sell at Public
Auction, on tlio premises, Judd
On FKIDAY, Oct. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
That Vnlunblo Propeity, known
Corn wo1 Residence
And nt iiicpont occupied by Mrs.
The real ostnto comprises about
1.7 100 iiorus of tho finest residence
propoity in Honolulu.
Tho grounds uro planted with a
vnbt variety of fruit, shade, palm
and other trees, and nru laid out
with fine carriage drives and walks
through tropical foliage. One of
the valley streams runs through
tho oastorn boundury of tho pro
Tho main dwelling is a commo
dious two-?tory building, contain
ing large drawing room, spacious
dining-room, billiard room, bqd
rooins, etc , and bns all inodorn
nni)i ovoinontH. Tho house is sub
stantially built and tho rooms are
ull well voutilated. Sanitary plum
Cottages, Stables, Carringo
Houses and Out-honuos on tno
Tbo bituation commands an un
surpassed view of the Harbor, the
main portion of the City and tho
adjacent mountain scenory. This
is one of tbo" largest and finest
residences that has boon ofTored
at public sale in Honolulu, aud
must be sold to close- the ubove
Immediately following tho sale of
the reside nee, 1 will sou tbo
ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURHITURE
particulars of whioh can he ob
tainod at my oflico.
Parlies contouiplatiug iiircliiiB
ing tho Hosidence and wishing to
inspect tbo same, should make ap
plication at my office, No. il!J
JAS. P. InIOKGAN,
' T TJ'tC? ' -O T? TVT
I JLJLiL JLV JL-V JLY
The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
The Old Stand:
Whore for the past seven
teen years we sorved tho peo
plo of Honolulu, having nei
ther accommodation nor pro
per facilities for conducting
nn increasing business, our
efforts for the past seven
months have beon mainly di
rected to erecting a building
ample for our requirements
and equipped with facilities
for handling all business with
dispatch. We feel that this
result has been accomplished
notwithstanding a number of
unavoidable delays caused by
material not coming to hnnd
as anticipated. In giving our
attention to the details of
building we woro obliged to
neglect some oE our jobbing
trade which wo regret, and
hope under tho new condi
tions to moke up for samo by
prompt and faithful attention
to all mattors placed in our
JOHN EMMELUTH & CO.,
Dealers in Stoves, House Furnishing Goods,
Plumbers Supplies and Sheet Metal.
WST Estimates given on all work in our line.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to band an invoice of tho
SOLID OAST STEEL Extiu
PLOWS Breakors, Double Furrow, Subsoil, ltice.
HOWE'S SCALES Tho boat in tho world.
BRUSHES Paints, OUb and Varnishes. '
WIRE DOOR MATS Windmill and Cistom Tumps.
VISES, PIPE CUTTERS-Nortou's Jack Scrows, 8 aud 10 tons.
VACUUM OILS Anothor invoice just rocoivud.
T TM 'nTO 1ST
X. X J. 1 VJ X VXI
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
- KOKT STREET.
A - G:ents for the Islands.
The New Stand:
Is our own oreation adapt
ed in every detail to conduct
ing our business. In opening
this stand wo do so with the
purposo of confining our
selves to tho HneB of goods
carried by us at tho old storo
but showing a more complete
assortment than heretofore.
Understanding the require
ments of this community wo
will endeavor to supply our
trade with strictly up to dato
goods of a quality that wo
can guarantpo. We invito
inspection of our stock.
Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
strong, Eye aud Blade forged from
You Can Find
Some interesting itPius
for Gentlemen with in
ji'ipttincr Angnst prices
in Linen Crash, suitings
of all kinds and Gents'
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Telephone 041. P. O. Box
We Can Handle
. some mora collections; wo aro
nuttlnn with Kient success
which menus success to our
patrons. Drop us a card and
we will call. It will bo to
'BUCK & MASON,
Coll'ting & Adv't'sing Ag'cy,
S17 Merchant Street.
MEDEIKOS & DECKER
TTavluR this day cold out all my
iutertbt In the "Arlington Hotel"
and the "Arlington Annex," I hereby
give notloe that I will not be resnon
Bililo for any outstanding debt
against Bald Hotel and Annex, and I
will not be reaponttblt (or any debts
contracted In the future by any
parties without my written order.
TII0S. J3. KItOUSE.
Honolulu, Aug. 11, 1897. 683-lw
Ikcniny llulletin, 7!c. per month