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lulu as sccond-cla&s matter.
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Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
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Payable Invariably in gilvmiie.
Post OUke llox 718
..AVCH'ST 30, 1901.
From tbc discussion if the cairylng
contrail let ymtcrday tliere Is every
Indication that the Board of Health
lus mil foul of n steamship trust that
la prepared ti dictate.
When business gets dull In the dip
lomatic offices of Europe, some ono
starts In trying to get a little money
out of th Sultan of Turkey. It 'Is
Thut&ton and his nifek nnd lowly
liar Aseoclatiou folloiW'is aio singing
o low.mer .ludgc Hiunphri' le
uioal tji.it the) don't een peep And
Hankey Is Betting awful lonesonn .n
The big strike of steel trust em
ploycB Is fading Into inslgnlflcnnco
along the Coast before the general
strike that Is on III San Francisco.
From present Indications every union
man In the city will be called out be
fore the differences nre Anally settled.
During Secretary Cooper's commun-'
Ion with himself and in report. It Is j
tt be hoped he will not waste tlmo
figuring how he can get the appoint-
tnont n fimnmnp ikiIp',. siirrr.snr Mr. '
Cooper has "acted" through the wlible
gamut of official life, and according to I
opinions In Washingion has hail i
enough experience to warrant retire-
inent to private walks of life.
The Venezue.la-Colomb'i Kcrlintiiv,'e
Bceins to be on n par wltn the veruui.ii
outbitnks within und between South i
American establishment called i;u-i
prmniitittt. Thn imlv il:illier nfT, m' lift
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serious nature Is the cicr present pew- I
slbilltv of some European nntlou .lud-' "'Thlngton. Aug. M. A telegram
lug cause to ct mixed up In the K.umi ha lj,u I'crpareil at the Navy Dcpait
and thus put the United States to the, '""" to go forward to the Iowa lin-l
trouble of ucaln expounding the Mini- widlately uron her airlvnl at San j
iou doi trine and enforcing It.
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New .ork, August 17.-Tho SensPU
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.lay. the feature race, ot tnu day being
the free-for-all for i.acors. Tne Hold !
had ilwluilled down to two stnrteis.
Anaconda and Prince Alert. The first
luat wus won handily by Anaconda In
2:05, jut there was lust going fiom
the start, when tho pacers took tho
word for the second heat. Anne omit
passeti miilcr the wire In 2:01, with
tho Prince a coiinlo of lengths behln 1.
Tnm Is the fastest race of the yo.tr !
and Is also a champion lecord, aa 't
Is the greatest tlmo ever made In a
race by a gelding. 1 hu time by quar
Quarter. 0:30J: half. 1:01;
quarters. 1:33; mile. 2:D.
quarter. ():3U; hair, 1 : ou ;
quarters. 1:30; mile, 2:01J.
PORTO RICAN 'I O JAIL.
A Porto Ulcan lad. Antnne by name.0' thc troubles on the lathinng.
appeared In the Police Court this foil
noon on the charge of vagrancy, lie
was caught In a room at the home of
Ah Lin Knpalama, between 2 und
o'clock Wednesday morning. The
owner of the place heaid a nolso ind,
looking into the room next to thc one
In which he was sleeping, spied Antoue.
As soon as the latter saw him, he ran
out the door. He was followed and
The Porto Ulcan said he was looking
fo'r something to eat but his tale was
to flimsy that tho Judge did nut place
the least dependence upon It and sen
tenced lilm to thirty days' Imprison
ment at hard labor, at the sanio time
lemnrklng that he would send hlni
where he ciiuld get three square meals
u day. Autono whs n laborer nt Wula
lua plantation and ran away from that
place .Monday, ostensibly to find Ills
hiother In this city.
Newport, It. I.. August 21. -W. A.
Lamed Is now national tennis cham
pion, duo to his victory over Heals C.
Wright In tho final round at Newport
by the scorn or C 2, G S, fi 4, B 1.
and the default or Whitman in Urn
challengo round. I.arned' Is tho sev
enth to hold the title, ho having been
preceded by it. I). Hears. W. O. Slo
cum, O. h. Campbell, it. D. Wienn,
F. II. Hovey und M. U. Whitman.
Larned's victory was duo to tho most
brilliant tennis shown during tho
tournament and to play which com
pared to his work In past years, wax
steady. Ho oveicamo his opponent by
the speed und shurpnesu of his stroke.
B0EII8,STILL HOPE TO WIN.
London, August 19. A dispatch to
the .Standard from Pretoria says thut
lloer women wi,o nave just been taken
to tho e-oncentrntlon camps, their hus
bands being on commando, declare
loudly that In spite or all that has ou
eurred lately, tho iloers are. going In
win. They sar tnt letters from tho
Hot delegation In Euiopo nmiires tho
fighting leaders that tno continental
powers will shortly Intervene. So
sure nio tho men of this that they are.
holding thauKsglvIng services.
New Molohnl PoHtofflcc.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 27. (Spe
cial). A post ollko has been estab
lished at Pelckuuii, Molokai island,
Hawaii, with Levi Mulilal us pobdnus
Constantinople, Aug. 21. The
French Embassador, M. Constans, has
notified the Sultan's tint secretary that
all diplomatic relations betwten
I'rnncc and Turkey nre broken off nnd
that the Embassador has Informed n.s
Government to that effect. M. Con
ttans lommutikated directly with the
Sultan because the latest negotiations
were trantactcd with the Sultan per
The Embassador Justifies his action
on the ground that the Sultan broke
ins mieu, personal pioinise. gncn iu
M, Constans at an audience In the Ylt-
dlz palace on Thursday regarding the
purchase f the quays and the settle
ment of the disputed French clalnra.
The Foreign Minister also gue formal
assurances that the agreement would
be carried out, so In Mew of this
breach of faith M. Constans holds that
It Is Impossible for France to continue
diplomatic relations with Turkey.
New York, Aug. 21. The dispute
betwicn France and Turkey centers
on the Porte's refusal to allow the quay
company, which is a French concern,
to enjoy the rights It claims under the
convention with Turkey. The Sultan
has made determined efforts to obtain
possession of the quays at Constantl-1
uople. and It was stated on August
It li that negotiations for tnclr purchase,
were In progress. It was said at that
time that the Sultan regarded at highly ,
dangerous the facilities afforded for
landing nnd embarking passengeis at
Constantinople. Later it was claimed
by the Turkish Embassy In Paris that
the quay company was really an Otto
man concern, though much French
capital was Invested In It.
A little over n week ago the Sultan,
while agreeing to give compensation
tor " Property of tho quay company,
Insisted on the right of Turkey to
Purchase the concession. Dispatches
Published this morning stated that the
Sultan had failed to carry out his
Promises to Jl. Constans, and that the
",l ,r llnu inumnieu to wie l'orte mat
IIMIusn tlin nnMn. ..ama aHln.l 1... fn
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dn' """" ",c relation between Frnuci
and Turkey would be broken off. The I
Siiltnu promised u settlement by Tucs- j
r .-ui.-i.ru, uiuumuk mr 10 piepare at
once to go to sea. When she ndvlses
the department that she Is icady mi
oidcr will follow for her to procted at
once to Panama. The little cruiser
Itanger, which Is at San Diego, was or-
(lm'.irl In ctrtll f.ln,. I la nt 1. lln.. ....
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'"' .-.- u uiii iivitty hi ner ue-
Par're. as she has had several day'
notlcP ln wl,lcu to prepare for sea.
I She js very "slow, however, making not
more than six knots, and, lis the dis
tance to Pannmn Is nhoiit 2700 mlTes, It
would require almost fifteen days for
her to itach her destination. The de
partment, therefore, decided to din
patch the Iowa, as soon as the battle
ship arrived at San Francisco nnd can
prepare for tho trip.
The cruiser Philadelphia, which nr
rived at San Francisco yesterday from
tne Samoan Islands, Is to go at onco
Into dry dock nt the Mare Island Navy
Yard for overhauling und general re
pairs. The Navy Department has de
cided that this vessel should be Im
mediately placed In condition, In order
that she might be prepared. If occa
sion nrose. to go Aiuth to the sccno
St. Petersburg, Aug. 22. The Novoo
"The tact must not bo lost slg'lu
or that the (icrmnn press is already be
ginning to urge a dispatch of Orman
warships to the coasts of Venezuela
nnd Colombia, on the ground thnt It
Is difficult to foreseo the outcome or (ho
( (millet between those republics.
"Should tho Oernun Government
follow these councils a Germnu-Aincrl-can
conflict mny easily bo glutted upon
the dispute between Colombia and
Venezuela. The United States remains
n stout supporter of tho Monroe doc
trine 'ot 'America for the Americans.'"
Czar unci Edward .Meet.
New York. Aug. 22. Tho report that
King Edttaid and tho Czar will meet
ut Copenhagen, says jtlio London cor
respondent or the Tribune Indicates a
disposition on their part to establish
the same Irlendly relations between
the sovereigns of the two countries
winch existed when Victoria was llv
Ing. Tlie lelutluns between tho Ger
man and English royal minifies nre
already as close as possible nlthougl:
the gossips, apparently without au.
thurlty aie striving to mako a match
between the German Crown Princess
and some English Princess.
Refined 8uiifk Reduced
New York, Aug. 19. Tho American
Sugar Itelllnlng Company and all tho
independent companies havo reduced
all grades or refined sugnis ten points
to tno Hauls of 5.25 cents ror standard
granulated, . ,
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50.150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OI'FICE LANE.
EVENING I1UU,V,T1N, HONOLULU,
NEW IMPORTATION jl
BRADLEV and HUBBARD
Fop bjiIc by the
fc PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, Ltd. 3
- Thesj Rebds were ordered from advance
Si sheets of the iatalo.uf of the above manu-
- facturtrs, and are the latest In design ind
J- mechanlm. :::!:
JCl Call early and mike your selections.
In addition to he toooo feet of Oatden
Hosr lately received, the "EmiW F. Whit
ney" bruujlit us to.cooft. more, making
TWENTY THOUSAND FEBT.
We have all grades, and our prices are
lower than ever quoted In this market.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
VARIETY OF STYLES.
It will pay you to Irmpcct our
. Htocle. I I t I i
Merchant Street, between Port nnd Alnkca.
HB. iHtllH w.. I
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
Style and Quality
and tbc price Ik Wjtbt.
Clin you iisk more V
CHAS. F. HERRICK
CARRIAGE COMPANY, LIMITED.
1185 MERCHANT 8T.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
Jl. T..'THUnSDAY. AUOU8T 29, 1001.
you Inspect our Htock of
Lincrusta Walton and
before you purchase!
in iiichc uncH.
No trouble to svew Roods.
Utders pre mptly filled.
Tel. Main 358.
l. O. llox 8U8.
SAMPLES UPON APPLICATION.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
oppoHltc the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN DOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
ContalnB no Alcohol.
It In a natural flavoring concentrated
Carbonated only by tho Consoli
dated Soda Watrr Works Co.. Ltd.,
Solo Agents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Wo manufacture also Ginger Alo,
Lemon Soila, Hoot Deer, Cream Soili,
Consolidated Soda "Water
WORKS CO., Ltd.
Office and Works, 601 Fort St.
telephone, Main 71.
An artlc'e which has stood severe
tests, anJ whkh can be furnlshej
as wanted, In good condition.
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members 8tock nnd Bond
Edward Poilitz & Co.
AND DRALnilS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sala ot Hawaiian Sugaj
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Cullfornln St.,
Hun Hrnnclwco, Cul.
vV. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
Wo will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts ot the group.
We will Sell Properties ou Reason
)FFICE. 10 West King Strk i
233 MERCHANT 8TREET.
Property In Town and Suburbs, and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOPD BROKER
REAL ESTATB AND
402 J LI DP BUILDING-
A, J. Campbell,
Stock nnd Bond Broker.
Member ot Honolulu' Stock Exchange
Offlce Queen Street, Opposite Union
gPHCIAL ATTENTION TO
85 ccntK, ut tbc
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
FillO Job Pl'illtillf nt tlin Pnl.
Arehlteett, Contractor! and Bulldei.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANOtKWAlU BID j HONOIU
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Do. 160
Goo. w". Page. TeL
t W. Beardslea,. ,P. O. Box 778
BBARD8LEE tt PAGE
Vpchitccte & Bulldem
Offlce, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice. 1441
Of ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen Sh Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
f W TRACTOR AND
Jobbing promtitly uttendol to.
1. P. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street.. Orders left at either shop
or otnco at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owlnc to the convjlldatlrn
of t'e b-t Bs:ult Co's In
America, we can offer to the
public thr tollowlnx choice
makes tf biscuits :
Bremers Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
Fall Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
W. H. THONE. Proprietor.
When You Want a Rig
HINO UP THE
LIVERY BOARDING and
: ' ' ' ' 518 FORT STREET
Stable 'I'lionc, 109 .Main.
Hark Stauil, 'I'hoiieA 319 anil T.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Drays for Freight
Our representative ruecta all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
era. White and Black Saod For Stir
Office with Evening Bulletin, 210
King street. Tel. 86. j,f
W. LARSEN. 'll'flr.'
FOR BALLAST !!
White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAYATIHC - CONTRACTED
SORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carta furnished by tho Day on
H. R. HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cenU per
i'iifcl'siii .irk .'..: .'iw.