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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, TUESDAY, J LY 3. 903.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
Benson,Smitf 1 &Co.,Ltd
COR. PORT AND HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
Is ttit ttroncest and most scrvlceaMt crment tniit an J wilt permit the admixture of a tare' amount of tana
or ervl. with lew lo of itrenffth than anv oihr Hand It Is therefore the mot c nrmlcal
"ALSEN ' has NO fcQUAL In COLO , FINENESS and SAND CARRYING CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (tneasurinp about in PER CENT MORE CEMENT TO A BARRlLthan uthcr
Hinds, which very materially REUUlbS us cot a romrareJ with other cmenisl It Is lime lore an ECONO
MICAL cement to us and SPECIALLY ADAPTED K)R FINE CONCRETE WORK
Tensile Strength In Pounds Per Squt'i Inch Made at Royal Testing Station, Berlin, i8oqo
Neat Cement One rart Cemett
Three Parts Sand
Alter? da) s Alter 8 days After fdavs. After 3 days
ALSEN ?9jS 34 (H 306U )Mli
DYCkERHOFr . . iti'l inH 18 J8H
PREMIUMS Worlds Fair. Chicago, 189 Adelaide Jubilee Int. Ex'n i88r Certennlal Int. Ex n
Melhourre. 1B&8 New Zealand & So. S. Ex n Dunedln 1880-00
CAPACITY AND SALES I he nutout of the "ALSkN ' factories Is, atlhe present time, larger than
inaiorany manuractory 01 roniana rncmin turore.
The yearly lalei ot Alen s P. rttand Cement In the
The following test mad In actual work by ol D
tea all around Oovernor s Island, rsew York Harbor, has never teen equaled by aryother ceirint It li
TfcNSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH One bav. 184 pounds; Sewn Davs, 600 pounds,
Thirty Data. 818 round For Sidewalks it rhe the bM color and the most endurable wearln? surface
Testimonial from most eminent engineers
quauiy 01 Aiscn lurnisnej on application 10
Tlxeo. EE. IDa-Tries 5z Co., I.tc3..
T HOMLULP DRUG CO. jgg
I then in Need of DRDGSJ
I go to the 1
I HONOLULU DRDfl CO., 1
am Prescription Dru agists, m
B VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST. 1
I Tel. 364. m
TTe "Weutcla. "Wll-Ile "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property
and confidential work of all sorts .- :
Office Room 4 Model Block
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor aud Builder.
Store and Offlce Fitting
Plans and Estlm.t. FurnlshtA.
Hotel Street, near Barracks.
o. A howaid. J.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Bolt. 7. Model Block. HONOLULU, OAHU. H I
P. O. Boi to). Telephone 989
H. L. KERR fc CO.,
Architects and Builders
Co W. Pat.
f. W. B..rdl.
P. O. Boi TTl
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen itre.t. Honolulu
H. P. BBRTBLMAN'6
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. Order left at either shop, or office,
at John Nott's .tore, Kin street, will re
.lv promp' attention. I45i'tf
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnUhed with from
five to bIx lists iter week, thing an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers ot attorney,
etc., etc., which nro placed an record.
BUUSCHIHT10N PIUCU, 12.00 PER
A. V. GBAR.
Judd Building, Honolulu.
United States Is greater than that of anv other brand
C Houston, Corps of Engneeri, l' S A at the
architects an! contractors endorsing tbe rttgh grade
Best City references furnished. Detective
I. O. UUX 284.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ORPHEDM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
J0-MEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
THE - UNION - GRILL
Open Day and Night
Luncheon and Dinner
Supper Parties, etc., etc
THE UP-TO-DATE QRILL ROOM
King St., near Fort.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
Tn oe had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL. OUR DOMESTK
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and Orocers.
Naval Oranges. Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bggs,
Butter, Cheese, &c.
Per Austral ia
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, King street.
for dinner giving .md for
luncheons and for entertain
ing may be lud here con
stantly LEWIS & CO..
Telephone 240. ill Fort St
Financial Legislation of the
Splendid Standing ot the National
Treasury Active Republican
Effort to Put Down the
Trusts Poito Rico.
Washington, June 21. The last
session of Congress passed 132 nets,
which had been approved by tho Presi
dent, tip to nnd Including tho month of
May. .Man J ot these were ot general
public Interest nnd were carefully con
sidered by both Houses.
An act to define nnd fix the Btnntlnrit
of aluc, to maintain the parity of all
forms of money Issued or coined by tho
United States, to refund the public
debt, and for other purposes, was tho
first hill pnssed thtough tho House of
Itcpresentntlves, and became a law on
Marih 14th last.
This bill Is the most Important of all
that became law during the session. It
places tho finances of the country firm
ly on the gold standard. No public odl
clal inn hereafter disparage nny dollar
Issued by the United States until tho
Sennte and House, with approval of
the President, shall concur In amend
ing this statute.
Tho bill also provides for the refund
ing of tho national debt, nmoutitlug to
$830,000,000, Into 2 per cent bonds
Since the passige of tho net this re
funding piotess has been constantly
going 011, and now reaches about $J8i,
000,000. As the old bonds bore Interest
at tho rate of 3, 4 and 5 per cent, tho
national salng ot Interest on the bonds
nlnudy iifundtd amounts to 11 ton-
sldciabl) more than $3,000,000. This
sating will nearly equal the entire In
terest on tho $200,000,000, borrowed to
pay tho ixpenscs of tho Spanish war.
Should we siiciccd 111 icftindlng the
cntlro Indebtedness $330,000,000 nt tho
low rutc of 2 per cent Interest the na
tional tuning In Interest would not only
pay the Intcnst on tho Spanish war
loan, hut also the Interest on the $20.!.
000,000 of bonds Issued by the last ad
ministration in time ot peace.
Under the minor provisions of tho
bill there has been n great Incrcaso of
national hanks of limited capital In thu
smaller towns, particularly ot tho
Western or Southern States.
Hills providing for tho government of
tho Hawaiian Islands and ot Porto 111
co, after long consideration, have final
ly become laws, while the bill for the
government of Alaska has been passed.
The feature of the Porto Itlcun bill
which occasioned most discussion Is
tho most liberal toward that Island
of any ever incorporated Into law. it
provides n slight tat I ft on the prodtfts
of that country coining to thu United
States, nnd also on products shipped
from the United States to Porto Itlio,
extcptlng ncicssarlcs of life, all of
which is turned over to tho treusurv of
Porto Itlio for a period of two ea.s
or until local taxation can bo provided
lij tho new government. At tho end ot
two eurs trade between I'orto Illro
and the United Statis becomes abso
Not only this; Congress has appro
priated nil tho revenue derived from
goods Imported Into the United States
from Porto Iltco since tho occupation,
and amounting to more than $2,000,000,
for tho benefit of the people of that Isl
and. All tariff collected at Porto IU
can ports Is also to bo used for that
purpose. This was a boon to those
people, justified by the circumstances,
and unparalleled for generosity towaid
This Congress also passed tho Fur
Homes bill, giving free homesteads 011
tho public lands to actual bona fide
settlers. This was a measure pledgor
by thu pl.ttfoini ot all parties.
An amendment to the pension net of
1SP0, known us the Grand Army hill
has also become a law,
A law of much Importance, passed
during the session was that allow Ins
the free transportation In bond of .ill
goods shipped through the itnlta 1
States from a foreign country to an
other foreign country. This will lie of
great benefit to tho shipping interests
of the country.
An anti-trust law amendment to tho
Sherman law of 1890, as effective an J
far-reaching bb the Constitution will
permit,, has also passed tho House ot
The appropriation bills hava been
carefully scrutinized, and although tho
aggregato Is large, they are freo from
all objectionable Items. The growth
of the country and the continued disor
der In the Philippine Islands nro solo
ly accountable for the Incrcaso in these
It was not deemed practicable to re
dtico tho revenues during the last ses
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tvm can SXGmRmVjiliPjjriitZf
OF CONGEESS'Oeiinquent - Stcck
sion, but, should the present rate of
surplus continue the Committee on
Ways and Means, having obtained
leave to sit during the recess, will bring
in n bill and press Its passage at the
beginning ot thu next session
Meanwhile the Treasury Department
has used about $28,000,000 In refund
ing operations nnd will use $23,000,000
more In the 2 per cents ahead) called
In, thus practically disposing of the ac
cumulated surplus for the car.
Congress has also done much In kill
ing proposed legislation of a bad or
There were busy davs at the Capitol
tow aid the closing of Congress. Mem
bers of the Republican party, In both
tho Senate nnd tho House, had quite
n number of important bills to watch,
and they were equal! as alert In
cheeking the efforts of the Democratic
members to work something mischiev
ous Into a law without being noticed.
The maJorlt report of the Military
Affairs Committee' Into the Cociir
d'Aleno mining troubles, shows that
the Governor of Idaho Is to be com
mended for his courage ami fearless
ness; that tho conduct ot tho military
la n mntttir ftf nnrtinil rnntrrntlitftrlnn
. . . .
to the country; and that the President 1
was Justified in sending troops to Kho
shone county In response to the appli
cation of the Governor. The military
forces under tho command of Oeneril
Mcrrlam wero used strictly In nld of
the civil authorities, nnd both Presi
dent McKlnlcy and tho War Depart
ment exercised every precaution to act
solclv within tho Constitution.
News of the Republican victory in
Oregon has been ruelvcd here with tho
greatest gratification. Notwithstand
ing thu recent stumping tour of thnt
State by Mr. Ilrati, the result shows
that the people of the Pacific Coast are
not going to be led uvvay this ear by
mire oratory, but that they oro study
ing facts and conditions for themselves
nnd realize that piospcrity Is better
than tlicor), and that good times nnd
plenty of work nro far mom substantial
than discontent and Idleness.
According to a statement by the War
Department the Government has spent
tipwnrds of $13,000,000 for the trans
portation by sen of men, nnlmals and
supplies to the Philippine) Islands.
There has been a sav Ing toth Gov ern
ment ot more than $9,000,000 through
owning its own transports.
Thnt the New York Democrats, who
are supporting Mr. Ilrvan, have sup
pressed In their State convention the
Chicago platform is not surprising to
people In Washington. Of course tho
Do mot rats stick to their free trade
policy by demanding freo trade wlthJ!" p vijyjf.
I'orto Illco, which would be slmpl) an S4-H H Meter
enteilng wedge for tho establishment
..f It,,,, i.rln.lt,!.. Ill n lori'm- .Inirrnn
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thus tencvvlng the destructive efforts
of tho Wilson tariff. Tho condemnation
of trusts and monopolies Is nmiislng,
considering that the Democrats In Con
gress refused to vote for an amendment
to the Constitution which would en
able Congress to properly legislate in
Tho Washington Post, in an able
editorial, contrasts the surplus ot ut
most $300,000,000 dollars In the United
States Treasury at the present time,
with tho balanco four vears ago which
was tho result of bond Issues In a tlm.i
of peace. It also shows that notwith
standing the heavy war expenses that
have been, and are being Incurred, the
surplus for this llscal ear will amount
to about $65,000,000 as compared with
the deficit of nearly $30,000,000 four
years ago. It is pointed out thnt this
is not tho result of tho war taxes alone,
because, comparing the month ot May
this j ear with May, 1890, there was tin
incrcaso of almost $0,300,000 this jear
In iceclpts from customs nlone.
Thu peoplo of the United States ate
paving $1,000,000 n day for tropical pro
ducts used in American manufactures,
or for food and drink. Most of the ar
ticles can bo produced In a moic or less
degree In the islands which have re
cently como Into closer relationship
with tho United States. These articles
comprise sugar, coffee, silk, rubber,
fibres, fruits and nuts, tobacco, ten,
cotton, gums, cocoa, spices rice, Indigo,
cork wood, Ivory, sjionges, etc. As our
island possessions begin to develop tin
der American administration we shall
procure more ot such articles from
those sources, and in return for our
purchases tho peoplo ot tho Islands will
buy more of tho products ot our farms
Halelwa, or tho "Beautiful House,"
tho new Walalua hotel, cannot bo sur
passed as a quiet resting place and is
a beautiful spot that should not b)
missed by tourists on any considera
tion. NOTrlltlG 60I-
YOUNG TCNOlf? CORN
r sm rianuic
(Wo Sugar Co,, Ltd.
On FRIDAY, .July IStli,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
I vvlll.ellat Public Auction, by orJer of
the I reisurer, Mr. Ouderklrk, sufficient of
the following delinquent stock of the
Kamalo Sug-ir Company, Lt'J., to reinv
buisethe Company unless the delinquent
assessments are paid at the office cf the Ha'
vvallan Trust & Investment Co., L'td..
Honolulu, H. I., before the day of'sale.
.. . 50
Chas. H Atherton .
K C Atherton
L C. AMes
L. .. AMes ,
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lis L C AMes
1,1-W. O Aril ey , ,
,tt lien Andrews
So I' H llirnett ... .
tooP II llurnett
611 P. H llurnett
614-1' M llurnett
i P. H llurnett
(it I' M Ilursett
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68) T. Buckley
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.ot Chas. Bellini
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Ml Chas. tlelllna
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til L k. lllven.tr ,
70 F. K lllten, tr. .
io Mrs C U, Dlak.
4JT Jas H. noyi
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711O II llrrrey
1 nt J E. Hush, tr.
taSJ E. Hush, tr
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1 atS W.CLrlvIe
U, J. II. (.ummlngs.
TS4 J M. CummlnBjs i
4o Manuel Cook
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6) A I. Clark
64-A r. Clark
4T-W. L. Dltney.
jit W L Disney ...
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ttl Geo A Davis
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4o I L Dortch ..
406-F. L. Dortch
407 F. I D irtch
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41S-H H Hitchcock
447-H R Hitchcock
417-11 H Hitchcock
4)0 II H Hllchcock
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tS-J M. Howard
161-W A Henthall
164 W A IWnthatl
160 Inei Hwson
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Ito Utn Harrison
6JT J T MUCUS . . so
408 Cieo, HltcVns. so
409 Geo. Hltchens s
4lo-'Ceo H Ichent so
4il-Geo Hltchens so
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tot H J Harrison 10
306 H. J. Harrison
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69-C,eo. Lycureus. tr
49V-Mrs. John Lucas ,
490Mrs John Lucas
417-W (1 Muddoa
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465 .Jas 1. Morgan .,. so
406 Jas I. Morgan y
467 Jas I.Morgan s
468 Jas T, Morgan ... .,. s
409 Jas. K Morgan jo
470 Jas P. Morgan so
478 Jas.F. Morgan , .
.jo Jas McCready , jo
J. II McVelch
J. D. McVeigh jo
James Molt.Jr aj
James Nolt.Jr s
James NotlJr lo
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W. II. Newcomb
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701 Dr W. t Taj lor .,
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709 Tong Chong
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DetHit OiUcu, Blierldaii st.eet, itcut
Indipei (lenco I'ark.
TKL. NO. WHITJ: 211.
Town Ofllce, Furl street, opjKwitf
TJ:i4. NO. 1,'J't.
No 1 ItimiK Ion Sale
Dellvrd twice dally to any part c
Agents, Irokers and Jobbsto.
V.6. Irwin &6o.
Western Sugar Refinery Co , of San
Baldwin Locomotivo Works, ot
Philadelphia, Penn , U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fer
tilizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OKKI2H POIl SALK
Pnrafflnc Paint Co.'s P. & 13. Points
nnd Papers; Lucol and Linseed
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), in
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime
CASTLE & COOKB
I SUGAR FACTORS.
Tba C. Plantall'41 Co.
To. W.lalua AcrlcutTt.l Co , L I.I
Th. Kohala Surer Co
'he W.lanea Sural (till Co,
I Th. Koto. Agricultural Co,
Th. Fulton Iron Works. SI taa!a Ma.
The Standard 1)11 Co.
Th. O.O. F, Blair. Stem Pnii,
W.ston . Cntrifurats
Th. New England. Life Insurance C, .1 , m
The .Cma Fire Ins Co ol Hertford, Ueerr
Th.Alllanc.Assuranc.Cft of Loni.s
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Clnus Spreckels Vlco President.
W. M. aifTnrd ..Second Vlco President,
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. nnd Sec
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOKItTn OP TUB
(JKANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAQ
OV HAW KHANOIBOO. OAi
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Batolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ne, Bto
BlEWE & CO., LTD.,
Qun .UMt. Hooolulo H.t
Hawaiian Agricultural Co?eoy, Aaertca. Iiftl
Company. Ookalt Sugar Plant Co, Obomm Btgai
Co . Ilnnomu Sugar Co , W.lluku Sugar Co , Mala.
Sugar Co , Haleakal. Perth Co , Molok.1 fle.a.,
Planter a Lin. San Fr I ,tra PirM
(k Co.'. Ltn. of Boston pack.ta
LIST OF OFFICERS
U. M. Cooke, President) Oeorge B.
RoLwrtxoii, Manager; E. F. l)llop
TrenHitrer nnd brtcretary ; Col. W. it
Alien, .itiuii .r; 1-. u. Jones, li. vvbuk
hoiiKO, Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
Ojnetul Manager oi
Tb Rqu'Lsble Life A&sutince Sociitt
O Uw United Hutvstot the BavslliT
UiltiTi Mnenhsnt strewn. Uor
M. PHILLIPS k CO..
rTbolsMli Importers and Jobbm
ioropMo and Americtn D7 aooa
to t and QnMn HtrtxU.
U. HAOKPELD k 00., Ltv
.ENERAL COMMISSION A8EITI
Oor. Vort and Qditi Htrrvstn HofloWJ'
The World Reoisler
Keups tho t'asb while you are busy
Try one o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'o Iron Fence an. Nonniental Co
W Kins Street
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f J velry.
EI. & BILRT,
en. If PORT STPFrTT
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GlMRANTEbB
Uiilon St. near Hotel 1504