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THE EVENING ULtLLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I , PRIDAY, J NE 29, 1900.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
:: TT5EE1 BEST
COR. FORT AND
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
H tttt itrocf l and moit srrvlcaM cement mail an! will rermlt the a 4 mixture n( a larer air lUfit M Mtu
fir crave!, l,h l lof nf irefiRth, tlun anv other branJ.lt liHWcfnrc themotec nnmical
AtSEN !uN(lfcQl'ALtnCOLOf.HSFNESSan4SAM)CAHHVI.NOCPCIIY liWLIGHS
LESS I'fcK MJSMEL (meatAiip about i lEK CENT MOHE CCMLNf TO A UAPKLU ihan wthtr
Wand., hlcft very maierUlly MEbUCLS l'i en a cmrareJ im otlir e -mtnti) It la th trelofe an ECONO
MICAL cement to use anJ SPLClALLY ADAPTED FUR FINE CONCRETE WORK
Tensile Strength in Pounit Per Square Inc) MaJe at R ja1 Testing Station, Berlin. iE6.-cjo
Mat CttT One r Cimrrt
After t da) At'er 2S dayi After f da 9 Afii r at davi
ALSEN gOi 84 iS yjftU n.
V CKEPIIOFF in' ittU -.8 ).SS
PREMIUMS World's Talr. Chicago. ifl4t Adelaide JuMlee Int. Ex'n iMr. Cennla1 !rl. E n
Metfotrre, iM New 7c J land & So. is. Et n. Dunrdln. iS,90
CAPA ITY AND bALES -'he out utotthf ALSLN factories Is, at Ihe prrt tlm. arctrthan
that f am manutactry of Portland Orient in KrTe
Tins early sa'es or Al-rn'sP rtland Cemeni Inthelnlted Mates Isarea'er than that of an hir tranJ
Thefullowlnu ttbt made litactua! wnrk b o I) C HuJtt.in Corrs of Cnsnvcri I A ni ttu
ei aM around li'jvemor s Island New York Har bar
TENSII STRENGTH PER SQUARE INU. urn tiv (84 pounds 5tvn tM ' twxmJi
TMm Da - SiB pound I m Sidewalk it b e ihe t .l.r anj the tti"t tniurat wearing irlcr
Tes'fmontiis irora must eminfnt engineers a tiiteits aril contractor enduing n ft pti pmJe
qti illty of ALShN" fumlstieJ n arrlkatlan t
T3n.eo. E3T. IDavies cSs Co., I.t&.
then in Need of DRUGS
go to the
HONOLULU DRUfl CO.,
Prescription Dru agists.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
"W "We-tcla. "Wliile "SToto. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnlthel for stores ani rrorerty.
ani confidential ork of all torts. .1
Office Room 4 Model Block
Architects, Contractors and Builders
JobliltiK : l'rni)iitly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Store and Office Fitting
Plant and L.tlmites Furnished,
Hotel Street, near Barracks
Q. A. Howard. Jr
Roar, F, Thai
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite t. Moiel Block. HONOLULU. OAHU. H.I
P. O. Box to). Telephone 089
H. L. KERR & CO..
Architects and Builders,
: PROGRESS BLOCK..
Telephone ill. j
Geo W. Pace Tel am I
F. W. Be.fJ.lte P. O. Boa rrf I
I1HAUD8LEE tt PAGE I
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms s-4, Arlington Annex.
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDB.
Donlera in Lumber and Goal
Ounnn utront. Unnolnlo
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Ki.ig
ttreet. Order left at cither shop, or office,
t John Nott's store, Kln street, will re
ceive promo' attention. USi'tf
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers a ru furiiluhcd with f 10111
five to six Huts per week, giving nn ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powors of attorney,
etc., etc., which arc placed on record.
BUHSCUIl'TION I'UICE, 2 00 I'EU
A. V. GBAR.
Judd Building, Honolulu.
it h-Co., Ltd
has reerbttn equaled M anv .h r .trr-tn' It Is
Best City references furnlthei. Detective
Hotels and Restanrants.
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
WMEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hotc.
THE - UNION - GRILL
Open Day and Night
Luncheon and Dinner
Supper Parties, etc., etc.
THE UP-TO-DATE (3RILL ROOM
King St., near Fart.
WE OFFER. YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
T.i te bad for the money,
CLOSINU OUT ALL OUK DOMESTll
Heaver Lunch Rooms
Markets and .rocers.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter. Cheese, &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Hlock, King street.
for dinner civinj: .mil for
luncheon:, and for en'ertaln
iiin may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone wo. ill Fort St.
iMcKinley and Roosevelt
I Lead Republican Party
Unanimous and Enthusiastic Choice
oif National Convention at
Cheering Howling Throng Greets the Strong
est National Ticket Ever Placed in the
Field--koosevelt Accepts Reluctantly
But Will Not Oppose the Unani
mous Will of the Party.
Philadelphia, June SI. The twelfih
Kt'lnibllnin National C'onentloii rom
pleteil Itn Inborn this afternoon by
nominating unanimously William Mc
Klnley for President and Theodore
llouseu-lt for Vlre Picslclent. This Is
the strongest possible ticket that the
party's delegates could hae offered the
oteis of tlio t'nlted States. McKlntey,
upon the eentful record of his ndmln
Istintlon of the past four years nppeals
to the t onsen atlsm of the country.
The dashing Koosowlt Is prominent as
the Idol of the progressive spirit of
joung Amerltn. Ily the logic of exist
ing national conditions they are as
sociated its the best tpes of our Ite
publican (idwriiiupht. In personal
chai.icter both candidates ate out of
leadi of the nsjatilts of partisan poli
ticians. Until stand lit m upon their
puhlli achievements. They meet all
th" reipilrements that the rank and llle
of (lie party demands of its leaileis.
M' Klnley's lenomlnation was mnile In
niiF- 1 1 to the general ikmand that lie
be iiiutlnuul In the Pieslileiie). In tile
cnsi of Hoosevelt, the olllcu sought the
311:1 11 bemuse of his pcison.il popularity
mid his pi oveil sttength of charaitcr.
As the cut tain falls upon the thiec
days work of the convention, the dele
gates and nudtcmes rise to leave, sitls
lied and coiilulent. Then ate none of
those Jenloiislts and adilng disappoint
ments that so often mark the trail that
pollthal canillilates travel. The prble
In work well done Is the ruling scnti'
incut, and nothing temnlns to tall for
apology or e.ilnn.itlon. The perfect
harmony of net Ion that marked the
proceedings augurs well for the coming
campaign, for the Republicans enter
upon the contest enthusiastically and
sure of sin cess. Most Important of all
they have unquestioning cnnlblence In
their leaders, which moans that tin)
light Is halt won before begun.
When Senator I'ornker of Ohio con
cluded the vast assemblage rose to Its
feet with an electric Impulse. Then n
1 limbic of thunder broke from ln.niiii
tin ti.itK. The thousand delegates on th"
lloor (Umbel to the chillis, hugged inn
another, pounded one another and vvou'
tin lr throats raw with shouting. The
venerable and liouiiriil guests on the
plat foi 111. I'nltcd States Senator,
vvhlte-halied Republican veterans who
voted for I'remont. ladles of fashion
ami children In color taught up the
contagion of noise. Kioin the galleries
1 ante back the deepening tumult of
sound, magullled many times over,
.Men tluew up their hats and women
waved their handkerchiefs. The air
llutteieil with Hags anil fans. Some
men yelled, some sang. In the b.il-
miles oveihead the bands tliiimpel
iliunis and blew horns, but not a note
was nuillhlci twenty feel away.
Suddenly from the center of the
crowded platfotm the burly llguio of
Senator Ilannn broke to the front. In
one hand he waved a big white silk
liandken hlef, in the other ho brandish
ed a bunch of led, while ami blue
pampas plumes. Close at Ills side a
little glil of lit, In rough rider 1111I
foini, stood on the scci clary's table
nourishing the Stats ami Snipes. She
and Senator Ilannn b"at time to the
Initialling of the fieiuled multitude,
until her frail in ins Hied and the pi in
spiration streamed down the Senators
Senator Ilannn grinned with delight
when a frantic delegato, healing the
standard of Indiana, lushed to his side
at the eilgo of the platform. This was
the signal for a general change on thu
stage. State banner after banner went
dancing up the aisle until inn red ami
blacl. ensigns were grouped In 11 pyra
mid form at the platform's edge. Ten
minutes passed and still the clamor
rose undiminished. A standard beater
broke from the group mid started the
tour of the hull singing "Matching
Through (ieorgla." The othois follow
ed, running, Jostling Jumping, all
singing. Then a thousand voices
caught up the refrain and thu hands
attenipteii to follow. I here was no
hiiiniony, no one thought of time It
was riotous noise, thu physlclal ex
pression of Intense feeling. There was
110 abatement of the stamping and yell
Ing. Here 11 thousand men and women
weie singing. Then uh many more
wein yelling to split their throats. No
two bands played together. Kor llftien
minutes tin. pandemonium kept up.
then Senator Lodge, the permanent
(liulnnaii. nipped for order until he
bloke his gavel.
The 1 hair leingnlzed the (lovcrunr of
New York. Ah "Tidily" supped bilsk
ly to tin platform lie button d his rusty
black (oat tightly about his chunky
tlguro. A whirlwind of applause diown
cd his first words and for three or four
minutes ho stood waiting for a chance
to bo heard. As tho crowds yelled ho
glanced nervously from side to side.
Ills face was pale, hut he was perfectly
self-possessed. Ills familiar smile
would revrnl his white teeth He would
rub his glasses, till 11 nppenllngly to the
chairman and with an Imploring ges
ture beg Hint he be permitted to pro
ceed. It was tho Vice Presidential
nominee who had not yet been nomi
nated that the nudlenre ncrlalmed.
His speech was In his chariHterlsllc
vein, teise, inrlslve, vigorous. Intensely
American. He (onimemled President
McKlnley's administration, reviewed
liflnfll tlin full 1 fin niitnti u tf tlni t) 1111 1 1.
I'lHIIJ (II V IUIII' n HO Illfl XI tan III l.llir- 1
Ilcan party and spoke of Cuba as "the
Armenia at our vcr) doois before we
lelleved It from the rule of Spain. He
passed laptdly over the legislation of
the last csslon of Congress and dwelt
for a moment 011 the exposure of the
rottenness of New Yoik's Demociney
mid the lie Must scandal. Ills sen
tences weie epigrammatic and hl ges
tures full of steam, showing the tie
ntcnilous repressed energy of his little
Roosevelt's addriss suited the con
vention audience better than any of
the reheiirsed 1 Hurts of more iclehrat
ed orators. Ho has no gieat gift of elo
quent c. hut he thinks clearly and talks
plainly and tlliect to the point. He
was frequently Interrupted by spon
taneous outbursts of applause when be
siored the Democracy or dealt with 1.
telling blow at their archaism.
He was followed by Senator TIiiiih
ton of Nebraska, who ever lonversis In
tones that suggest the lull 1 of Ilashan.
Yerkes of Kcnttick) spoke for the
South. Ceorgu Knight for the Paclllc
Coast and tiovcrnnr Mount of Indiana
for the Middle We-st, for MeKlnley was
the candidate of the Nation, not of
Ohio, as In l.S'.i'i. The roll call was 11
mere formality, for the sense of til
onvenlli.il was known. President Me
Ivliiley received every vote mat wis
When Senator Lodge nnnouiHcd that
nominations for Vice President weie in
ordi r, I .life Young of Iowa, who was to
have bieu the spokesman of the Dolll
wr fniccs. placed the Colonel of the
uoukI: hlders In nomination In an 1 1
fectlie spetch Ome nioi the audi
ence thieft aside all restialut and stood
upon the 1 hairs, and wild tumult relgn
id Only oik man lemalned seated it'
the ImiiKiise ball. Down In the center
if the delegations, uudeiueatii the ban
ner of New i'k. Itooseveil sat stl 111',,
outwardly imperttiiable and tincoti-
ciikiI. He hud lost what he had set
his heart upon- the (ioveinoishlp of
New York, but lie had won far gi eater
honor at the hands of the grand old
party of the Nation.
In the galleries the hands hammeiiil
the heads out of their iliunis and burst
the stops of their big horns in their ef
forts to make the favorite Santiago
match heard above the bewilderln;
commotion. It was "A Hot Time In
the Old Town Tonight." That seemed
Hi stilko right homo to "Teddy." Hit
squirmed round In his chair like 11
schoolboy, and, pulling Sen ttor D
pew's head near to his mouth, said
"This Is very funny." After older wi s
restoiul. .Murra of Muswit btisetts im
Asliton of Washington followed. Then
Depow made a hpteeli full of wit'
points. When he told 01 the Hoimli
Hlder leMdltig his cowboys and tolle
giatis up Situ Juan hill, and told of III. 11
shouting to his soldiers: "(!lu then.
, boys' give them !" the mull
ein p shrieked with tlellght. Depe.v
spoke In humorous vein. Ills henrec
approved him lieiaiise he fiirnlslud
them relaxation. Hoosevelt received
one less vote than MeKlnley. He would
not vote for himself.
Ill cry other delegate was for him,
and he was declared the uoiunee for
Vltc Presldint. From that moment he
was the nucleus of the riowd oil the
lloor, and what little business remaliie I
to be done was slighted In his favor.
Such n whole heal ted reception should
be ample (ompensatlou to him for the
violent e he has been compelled to do to
his own Judgment.
People who live on the New Lngl.inil
toast like to line oeeait driftwood us
fuel 111 open fireplaces. It Is linpieg
uateil with copper and otenii salts, and
of the outtomn at the polls In oNvtiii-
when bill lied gives on the most bril
liant 1 filmed llames It Isasscitcd tint
a New lleilfonl dealer has otdets for
the wood fro mall parts of the tommy,
and eitii fiom Huiope, and ships hun
tliedb of bands of It vcarl). Vailotts
attemptH have liein made to In.itate
this wood by ill tllki.nl protess, but
without success. Long submersion In
the sea water Is necessary to prodiue
tho brilliant llames.
Fine Job Printing at
Wo So Ca
On J' III DA V, .Inly l.'ltli,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
I ulll wllat Public Auction, by orJer of
the I rejsurer, Mr. OuJerklrk, sufficient of
the foltowlnc delinquent stock of the
Kanulo Susar Company, Lt'd., to relni'
1 bu se the Company unless the delinquent
I assessments are paid at the office cf the Ha
waiian Trust ,v Investment Co., l.'tJ.,
Honolulu, II. I., belore the day of sale.
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to Cha ttllllna to
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IBiass rods for sash curtains
also larger rods and fittings for
tegular windows and doors.
Curtain chains for holding
back the curtains.
May all be had at
V KING BROS.,
1 npts, Iroliers and Jobbar
V.G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Heflnery Co., of San
llaldwln Locomotive Works, of
Phlladeli.bin. Penn., V. 8. A.
Newell Piiiveisal Mill Co. fNatlonnl
Cane Shicdilcrl, New York. IT. H. A.
N. Ohlamlt & Co.'s Cheinlcnl Pertill-
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Per-
tlllzcr for Cane nml CofTee.
Heed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OKFI.H POIl HAM:
Pammne Paint Co.'s P. & n. Paints
and Papers: Lticol and Linseed
Oils, rnw nnd boiled.
Iniliirlnc In cold-water paint). In
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement. Lime
mid llrb ks
CASTLE & COOKE
Toe Una Piantatl' i Co.
The Walalua Attlcullial Co., LI.:
The Kohala Suiar Cf
The Walamea Sutar till Co.
The IColoa Acrlcultuitl Co.
The Fulton Iron Workt. SI. loo J, Mo,
The Geo, F, Blake Steara Poatpa.
The New Enitlanl Lilt InauiancaCo, at at
The Atna Hre Im Co. of Hartforl, G.t.
The Alliance Atluranca Co of Loolea
Agents lor the California and Oriinti
; tfm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice President.
W. XI. (HITnril ..Second Vice President.
II. M. Whitney Jr Treas. and Sec
Oeo. J. Ross Auditor
I Sugar Factor
1 Commission Agents
AaiNTB or TD
lOEANIO STEAMSHIP G0MPAK
1 OF HAW FUANfHHCO. n '
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU,
The Lin.ashlre Insurance Co.
The Hilolve Insurance Co.
Union Gas Ergltie Co.
Domestic Se'VlnK Macfi ne, Etc
'BREWER & CO., hW.,
Oueen itreet. Honolulu H.I
Hawaiian Agricultural Cojany. Americas
. Companv. Ookata Sugar Plant. Co , Onoaiea Slgai
Co . Honomu Sugar Lo., Walluku Sugai Co., MiIh
Su(ar Co , llaleakala Parch Co., Molokal Raa.l.
I'lar.ter't Line San If IjtcoPackel Sea. Br w
It Co.'t Lin, of Qottn Packet.
I LIST OK OKFICEK8
C. M. Cooko, Pfosldont; Geor'tt B
I ItobortM),,, Mausgor ; K. F, Blahor,
1 Tressuror and Secrotary Col. W. V,
Allon, Audit ir; P. U. Jotios, H. WUr.
I house, Oeo. It. Carter, tllroctors.
' BRUCE CARTWKIGHT,
tijneral Msnsger of
rb HquUabU Life Assuunc SocuU
Of th IJnlted States lor th. Uiwilla
Orftrui. Msrnhstit stixri Hn'
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wboleiu.lt Importers and Jobbcn
laropean and American D'j 8con
Vo t and Qneen Sirs t.
1. HACKPELD ck CO.,Ltc
BNERAL COMMISSION ABEilTI
Jor Port stid Uaren Htrrvt Hnn'1'
A,nd other Rings, Watches, Brace
ets, "ins, and an extensive variety
EI. &. BIA.RT.
C. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEbC
Union St. near Hotel tjov
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