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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1807.
Pbiok 5 Cmrrs.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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A. Y. GEAR. Manager.
ia the soil In which roots Hfe,1ica1tri,
strength, happiness. Tho soil of tho
blood enn bo drained or Impoverished
liko any other soil, and can be fcrtil
. ized and nourished in a similar way.
Yon can git back tho old spring and
snap. You can enjoy labor by day
.and sleep by night. You can eat
.your food with tho
af health, if you only supply the
blood with its lacking nutriment;
vitalize it, or if you like, fertilize it.
A largo number of so called tonic
remedies aro disguised stimulants.
"Aycr's Snrsaparilla is not a stimu
lant but a nourishment. It feeds
.tho blood and so onrlchos ii, as well
.as purifies it. That is why physi
Rrware of IralUtlAim. Th name Ayet
fiaraaparlUa Ii proralnrnt on the wrapper
ami blown In tli gift of each bottle.
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Bolo Agents for the Republics of Hawaii.
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promptly to all matters entrusted to
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SAMUEL J. MCDONALD,
CounHollor at Law.
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i'urt ulriuil), Uoiiululu,
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ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
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IIiittKrt rroin All
After a fortnight of boom tho
wheat nmrkot bus declined. Oilers
of SliOo for future months causod
a rush to realize profits and then
tho slump began.
Professor Elliott does not be
lieve tho branding of Beats will
spoil their skins for sale. He no'-
ticou-when on tue grounds tnat
wounds of seals healed without
President McKinley may not
direct Captain Merry to go to his
post of Minister to Nicaragua un
til after tho outcome is known of
the couforenco in September to
take action on the proposed union
of Control American states.
Eugpne V. Dobs issurd a call to
tho "Social Democracy nnd all
lovers of liberty and fair play," to
attend the conference at St. Louis
the nest Monday when, ho says,
"Prompt, united and vigorous ac
tion will be taken in regard to the
miners' strike nnd especially tho
court of judiciary in issuing res
Boston leads for the basoball
Mrs. Hugh Wallace, daughter
of Chief Justice Melville W. Ful
ler, is dying of appendicitis at
Aohford'B farm at the baso of
Coal operators and miners are
in couforenco at Pittsburg seeking
a basis for arbitration.
TIIK GOLD FIELDS.
Miners bound for the Klondiko
seized White Pass and issued a
proclamation forbidding anyone
to move supplies or attempt to go
over the trail until it had been
mado a safe highway. One
thousand men went to work on the
road and the number was likoly
soon to, bo doubled, so that tho
trail must within n few days have
been put in good shnpe for traffic.
This undertaking would end tho
blookado at Skagway.
Federal officials at Seattle aro
seeing that vessels for Dyoa are
properly equipped and not over
loaded. More rich strikes are reported
in the Trinity gulches, California.
Two thousand persons were
booked to leave Seattle for the
Klondike the last woek.
Sailors of U. S. revenue cutters
are deserting for the gold fields.
Klondike will produoo from
$10,000,00 to $15,000,000 in gold
Tho .Anrnricm miners will
organize to resist the collection of
excessive royalties on the product
of their labor and tho reservation
of alternate claims by tho Cana
Rich strikes wore made along
Dominion creek, southeast of
Dawson nnd near tho head of
Bonanza creek, on June 20.
Dominion creek is thirty miles
Seattlo is enjoying a business
revival from the Klondiko rush.
John L Sullivan tho pug will
run ngainst Josiah Quincy for
Mayor of Boston.
Prosidont Fauro of Franco ro
coived a warm welcome both from
distinguished pcreous and grunt
crowds on his arrival in St.
Petersburg. The rnuto to tho
Potorhof palace was lined with
soldiers, and behind tho soldiers
worn massed enthusiastic rrowds
of peoplo, who wore frantic in
thojr ncohtnintJoiiR. Flcwwrn wnre
thrown into President Fnuro'a cur
liogo, At tlio pulncu tho President
wih proHOiiteil In- tho yMr to the
court oII'ioIhIh, Then n vit wan
paid to tliu Alexandria palace, tint
rvunlunro of (ho tVurinn, nnd
J'riitfitieul J'liuru piiM Iuhjjuum (o
liur jiiuJL'Kly, J ) (htf bVOIllllg a J
banquet was given at tho Poterhof
Salaoe, at which tho Emperor
ichols and President Fauro
made toasts to each othor, avowing
tho moat cordial friendship be
tween each other and their na
Moro than 20,000 raon aro in
volved in a strike of the building
trades at Budapest, Hungary, nnd
in couilicts with tho polico 200
persons have been injured, some
A German diplomat, whoso
namu is not mentioned, in an in
terview is quoted as saying:
"Germauy will not give up Al
sace Lorraino without compensa
tion, but Franco has every reason
to hope that Germany will do so
for a promise of compensation,
even if made at a distant date."
Tho crypt of the Cathedral nt
Stuhlweissenburg, northeast of
Lake Balatony, Hungary, known
as the Marionkiroch, in which
fourteen of the Arpad Kings of
Hungary were buried, has been
doseorated and the skulls and
bones have boon stolon.
Auti Jewish riotB are occurring
at Pilsen, n town in Bohemia.
Captain Beade's polar expedi
tion has returned safe to Norway,
having gone beyond 80 degrees
Serious alarm has been caused
in Paris by the rise in wheat
causing an advance in the price of
brend. The poor are protesting
against the wheat duties, but tho
Government will not remove
Russia is considering a decreo
to prohibit the exportation of
Dieordorly scenes resulted from
speeches at au anarchist meeting
in Trafalgar square, Loudon, but
police precautions had been lakon
which prevented serious trouble.
Golli or Angiolillo, the assassin
of Premier Oanovas, was put to
death by the garroto on August
20 in tho prison at Vorgara. He
was unrepentant to the end.
A dispatch to the Christiania
Freraskridt from Sando says a
balloon was aeon August 15 mov
ing at a great hdght in a north
westerly direction. From tho bal
loon deponded a tacklo which ap
peared to bo voluraiuoiiB.
Queen Wilhelmina of Holland
flatly refuses to marry Priuco
Beruhard of Saxe-Weimar, whom
her mothor, Queen ItegeutEmma,
has selected as the young Queen's
husband. The little Queen do
claros she will remain single until
1899 (she was born in August,
1880), and will then select her
Captain Kane, who commanded
the British warship Calliope at
Samoa in 1889, baa boon obliged
by ill-health to give up his ap
pointment at the Admiralty as
Director of Naval Ordnauco.
Trials made in Englaud of tho
Bvnohronopraph of Lieut. Snninr
of Fortress Monroe and Professor
Crohoro of Dartmouth collego ro
suited in showing a capacity of
telegraphing 4000 wordB a minute
with perfect ulearness.
Lady Henry Somerset is com
ing to America to attend tho
World's and National Woman's
Christian leraperanco Union con
ventions at Toronto and Buffalo.
Private advices from Nicaragua
indicate that tho Central Ame
rican confederation schorao will
collapse and that general war
among tho statos will follow.
An American syndicato, whose
members are mostly in New
York, has obtained largo conces
sions from Honduras, under
which it will collect duties and
uxph, pay olT the republic's debt
in a given timo, build railways
aiid generally develop the country.
Consul Jargonau writes that tho
schome "weans absolute control
of tho trndo by tho UnlLd States.
It means Ilio domination of Ainn
ric'ins, iiui u..!y i.i l.u.I., Lut in
ull Ibo, even to national destiny."
Afiidis nrit ottauking British
forces on thri Kurit Indian fioiiliur
in I'irgii boillou. It is lioliovnl
the campaign will lie u long ono,
OiiiHnu(4 on llt J'li'jr,
r.fcHir.n in iioxni.tii.u irk.
I CIM'rs LAST KVK.V'I.Ml.
I'.lr AlO'iiilnnr,. ut llin I'rlmnrl' -
iiiiii" ir 'I lm. Mint Will Cum-
IHinr tin r.n mltti,.
There wau u fairly good attend
ance at tho various precinct pri
maries last night and everything
pasned off quietly. It was givon
out by tho Central Committee
that no attempts to fix up a slato
had been made and that any such
would bo frowned upon, aud it
was desired to secure a set of
delegates for tho convention who
would bo free to act for the best
interests of tho party. Iii two or
throo of tho precincts, however,
slatcBWoro formed aud iu every
iustauce woro effectually smashed
by the other voters, apparently
for no othor reason than the fact
that they hnd bono foniifd.
Following is a list of the dele
gates who have boon elected from
the various precincts of this island:
First Precinct Government
Nursery. Two dolpgates: B. F.
Dillingham aud F. A. llosmor.
Second Precinct Beretauia
Street School. Six delegates: J.
A. Kennedy, W. H. HoogH, Kobt.
Grieve, J. S. .Martin, S. B. Rob,
J. H. Fisher.
Third Precinct Nuuanu Water
Gain Oiip dpl""ato: E Faxon
Fourth Precinct lloyal School.
Three delegates: G. W. Smith,
Walter McBryde aud F. S. Dodgo.
Fifth Precinct Kapuaiwn
Building. Threo delegates: J.
A. McCandlesH, E. Bouuer and C.
Sixth Precinct Hell Tower.
Threo delsgates: Julius Asch,
Ed Towse and G. N. Day.
First Precinct Kancohc. Two
delegates: William Henry and 11.
Second Precinct Koolauloa
Court House. Ouedelegute: W.
Third Precinct Waialua. Ouo
delegate: Androw Cox.
Fourth Preciuct Waiauae. One
delegate: Judgo Kekahuue.
Fifth Precinct Ewa Mill. Ono
delegate: W. J. Lowrie.
Sixth Precinct Manana Couit
House. Ono delogato: E. B. Mi
kalemi. Seventh Precinct Beform
School. Twodologates: J. A. Low
and W. It. Sims.
Eighth Precinct Tram Stables.
Two delegates: L. D. Koliipio
and G. W. Farr.
Ninth Precinct Kauluwola
P-lnol. Twnd-jlog'itee: J M. Poo
poo nnd Geo. B. Carter.
Tenth Precinct Chinese En
gilio HuUbti. Two delegatus: O.
Bergstrom aud J. C. Oluney.
b ollowmg is a list ot the precinct
officers eleated as far as could be
In tho First Precinct there
wore 20 out 4G registered voters
preuout. W.C. Wecdon waB elect
ed chairman and Goorgo Manson
secretary. Tho onrollmont com
mittee aro Henry Davis, D. H.
' In tho Second Precinct tho fol
lowing officers were olectod:
Chairman T. F. Lansing; secre
tary, J. A. Oilman; enrollment
comtnitteo, D. L, Naoue, J. Ef
fiuger, J. L. McLean. A total of
71 electors out of 1-19 signod the
roll iu this product last night.
Iu tho Third 1'recinct eight vot
ers wero present at tho meeting
plain, IS. F, Bishop was ulootad
III tho Fourth Product A. V.
Guar was elected chairman and
W. (J, King Hcciutary. Enroll
ment commlttmt. (I. W, Smith, J,
N. K. Kiiolu ami (leorgo Struto
tnnyur. InilioKUtli Product lid.T.nvHii
vim duclud clmlriiiftij nuil Kriuik
L. Hoogs secretary. Enrollment
committee: L. D. Tiramons, S.
Lederer aud F. W. Wood.
In tho Fifth Precinct W. J.
Lowrie was chosen chairman and
D. B. Murdoch secretary. Enroll
ment e.oinmitteo: J. Dean nudT.
! .lone. In this precinct !U out of
3(5 registered voters wore present
at the meeting.
C. P. Iaukea was made chair
man of the Sixth Precinct and F.
K. Archer secretary. Enrollment
committee: S. Hookano, Peter
McDonald aud L L. McUaudlesH.
Iu the Eighth Precinct J. H.
Black was elected chairman and
W. P. Johnson secretary. En
rollment committee: G. L. Deslm,
C. L. Brown aud J. A. Thompson.
In this precinct 21 out of !J9 re
gistered voters woro present aud
signed tho roll.
P. O. Jonos was elected chair
man of tho Ninth Precinct aud J.
F. Clay secretary. Enrollment
comtnitteo: J. M. Poepoe, V. W.
Hall and Henry Wateruouso Jr.
HIIKIIMAX'N NUTK TO JAPAN.
MlnUter llonlil Arkitowladcv tho Mr.
-rlt of llin Jtoraiuvul.
Washington, August 21. Sec
retary Sherman has received
prompt acknowledgment from
Minister Hoshi of Japan of the
Secretary's letter of last Saturday
relating to tho annexation of Ha
waii to the United States. Mr. Ho
ehi's acknowledgment is formal and
does not go into tho merits of the
subject, as tho answer to Secretary
Sherman's last note will not bo
mado until word comes from the
Japanese Foreign Office.
Tieviuub uiiipaiches contaiuod
all of tho featuros of Secretory
Sherman's note, with one excep
tion, namely: Japan's prior noto
referred incidentally to reports
that a majority of tho inhabitants
of Hawaii did not favor annexa
tion. Mr. Sherman's answer takes
issue with this statement, aud
urgos at some longth that tho
preponderance of intluonco iu Ha
waii is favorable to tho annexa
tion of the islands to tho United
Asido from this and tho approv
al exprossod of the plan of arbi
tration betweon Japan and Ha
waii on the immigration question,
tho Shormau note is an enlarged
argument of Mr. Sherman's form
er iuttor stating tho attitudo of tho
United States as favorablo to an
nexation. Tho report that Mr.
Sherman did not outor into nu
argnment, as it would bo a re
opening of the case with Japan, is
not correct, as the Secretary's noto
is a very full argument on the en
tiro question involved.
Says the San Francisco Chro
nicle: There is no quoBtian that
negro labor would be found far
better on Hawaiian sugar planta
tions than Onuului iii-lp. TLu
negro always takes au interest in
overy crop that he oultivatos and
ho is moro easily managed than
the Japanese. The Asiatic in Ha
waii doos not go to tho islands to
stay; hn gooa to make monoy and
thou return to his native country,
just as iu California. Ho nlso
souks to escape from hard work as
Boon as possiblo in order to go in
to petty trado. If colorod labor
era woro taken to tho islands they
could bo counted on to Btay and to
work tho plantations as carefully
ns they cultivato tho cotton and
sugar plantations of the South.
A circular leltor has boon re
ceived by tho ombassadors of tho
powers from tho Armenian com
mittoo, almost identical with one
sent to them iu 1813(5. It doclares
tho Armenians aro tired of wait
ing, and appeals to the powers to
not allow the Armenian nation to
bo annihilated, Turkish promises
of reform urn assorted to be a
uuiu-l lullui'. Tlii) Aiiuenlaui will
not coswo to aot until thoir do.
uiuiiiIh, "flunctlflitd by tho blood of
Fighting continues in IW.il.
In lhn last law wuiiU 2100 (Jov
itrumeiit troop Imyu boon wounded.
KAIULANI TO GOME HOME
K..ltJK:.1 Ml.tllOKAI.lM U'll.f,
NI'AV IN MAN FKt.SOITO.
Tlii" Yiiiliiic I'rlnco" llil'r Il-
oiiur 'imirniii.r lliilrr nf tin-
unll II , ntirxitlloii I'iiII-.
Since the name of John D.
Spreckels luts appeared ut tho
head of tho editorial page of Tho
Call, that journal has evinced
much interest iu tho sayings and
doings of people who wero pro
minent in tho days when royalty
held its sway in the islands.
In tho issue of that papor of
August 23 there is a threo column
picture of Priucess Kaiulnni, for
instanco, and tho accompanying
article convoys that the young
lady will roturn to Hawaii in
October. Accompauied by hor
father, A. S. Cleghom, ehe is duo
to arrive in Now York on Sep
tember 2o. Frim Mienc .hoy
will journey to San Francioeo nd
pay a visit to ex-Queen Liiiuoka
lani, who will bo in that city iu
less than a week. According to
advices received by Tho Call
from Samuel Parker, ono of her
advisors, she expected to leave
Washington about September 1
for San Francisco, where sho will
stop nt the California liolol until
Congress again convenes, whon
sho will return to Washington to
rouew her personal opposition to
tho passnge of au annexation
treaty. Although pIio lr.7 -"it
been on the islands since last
November sho will not attempt to
visit them until tho fate of the
treaty is decided. 4
According to Tho Call Princess
Kaiulani has hopes of being mado
Queon of thu present island re
public if annexation fails. Tho
republic, she thinks, cannot be
long maintained by itsolf without
the willing support and approval
of the majority of tho pooplo. Sho
is watching for n change. When
it comes sho looks for n compro
mise between tho Bepuhlicans
and the lloyalists iu favor of her
self; for the chances ot hor aunt,
ex-Queou Liliuokahmi, boing re
stored to power are generally con
ceded to bo very slim in any
Kaiulaui is now n beautiful
young woniau, accomplished and
carefully educated. It ia belioved
that her advent iu Hawaii will
excite much enthusiasm, not only
among her own people but among
foreign residents as well, for sho
is said to be brilliant and intellec
tual and possessed of magnetic
personality and gracofnl figure.
In the same issue there is also
reproduced tho interview with
Colonel George W. Macfarlano
printed in a London journal some
t.ctiks ugo, u cyuopoia ol which
has already been givan in this pa
niiHtSt Honors World's Fair.
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