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THE EVENING. BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1900.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
CORc PORT AND HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
It tht ttrongtst and mottservktiHt cement mi Jt and will term It the admixture of ler arcourt Ct iru
of rravtl, with lets lo of trenth, than any other hfnd: It l therefore the moMernnrrnlcal
"ALSEN" hat NO EQUAL In COLO. FINENESS and SAND ORRYtNG CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (measuring about to PER CENT MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than uther
tandt, which very materially REDUCES Iti tt at cninrared with otier tementtl tt it ihtrefc te an ECONO
MICAL cement to um and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR UNE CONCRETE WORK.
Tensile Strength In Pound Per Square Inch Made at Royal Testing Station. Derlln. 16990
Neat Cement Ore tart Cetrtnt
Three Pant Sand
After f days. After 18 days. After 7 da t. After 8 days.
ALSEN tosH 8i4 yU Mjf
DYCKERHOFP ftiU iiM 348 Ul
PREMIUMS: World's Fair. Chicago, 1S9) Adelaide Jubilee Int. En iltv Cer.tirnial Int. Ei'n
mcipournt, isaa, new ttciianj so. a. ex n, uuneam. iwqqo.,
CAPACITY AND SALES. t he output of the "ALSEN T fa(
that of inv manuf Jttorv of Porttini Cement In Eurnrc.
The yearly sales of Alien's Pi rtland Cement tn the United States Is greater than tfatcJ ary tther trand.
The following test, made In actual work by Col. D. C Houston, Corps of Enclrtitt, USA at the
Ma wall around Governor's Island, New York Hartor hat never teen equaled ty any other c treat It Is
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH Ore Dav. iU rounds: Seen Dat 600 rndt.
Thirty Days, il rounds For Sidewalks It Rivet the test color and the most endiratie wearing surface
Testimonials from most eminent engineers, architect and contractors erdtrilrg ihe high grade
quality of 'ALStN" furnished on arpllcatlon to
iria.o. H. Davies cSs Co., X-td.
BippllilililhlllUillil 'ill I Hi f'l 'Mi i ' 1 J li'l
I Special for
I One Week frnly ip
I SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT
25c. 'per Bottle 1
I $2.50 per Dozen 1
I HONOLULU DRUG CO., j
"We WettcifcL TTsTla.il You Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property. Best City references tcrnltl-ed. Detective
and confidential work of all torts. . .
Office Room 4 Model Block - - - f b. iiox :t4.
; MARIE BR1ZARD I ROGER
n Famous French Brandies. '
"i Recognized as the Best. f
Recognized as the Best.
W. C. Peacock & Co.. Ltd.,
4 rHONfc 4 W
r " K f tf tC'K'K'K'ri'K'K'K'K'lf
Irchlttcts, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly ; Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Slot, tnd One. Flttlrtr.
Pltni and Eitlraali. rurnltbti.
1488 Hotel Street, near Barracks.
O.A.HOWA.D, ; ROIT.F.TBAI.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Arab i toots.
I.IU ,, Mo4.l Block, . HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I
P, O. Boi to). T.Uboa. g
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
rw,. w. p..
F. W. B..r4f l P. O. Boi
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms J, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish'
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Dealors in Lumber and Goal
Queen street. Honolulu
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rtar of old stand. Entrance on Kt.11
street. Orders left at either shop, or office,
t John Nut's ti. Klnc street, will rr
ceive promp' attention. MSi'tf
factories Is, atlfte pt f .t I lire, 'atgerthen
oulc Hucnio. -
X tV K K K K K1 K if K'K' if If
Hotels and Bestaoiants.
THE ORPHEDH CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
is-Meals at All Hours: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To be had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Markets and Grocers.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, iRanch Bs,
Butter, Cheese. &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Mock, King street.
for dinner giving and for
luncheons and for entertain
ing may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO.,
Teltphon 240. lit Fun St
(Associated Press Special.)
Washington, July 10. The Statu Department has finally concluded to
make public the. Identical nolo which was recently delivered to the Power
ns defining the position of the Uniti'd States respecting the Chinese trou
bles. It Is understood that this circular of instruction was drawn up on the
30th of June nnd transmitted to Canton for tho approval of the President
and communicated to the Powers conerned en the 3d of July. It embodies
the views to which this Government has strictly ndhercd from the very be
ginning of the present troubles, and which the defendant Powers have one
by ono taken Into favorable consideration.
The announcement of the President at the start that no did not consider
ourselves nt war with the Chlneso nation and that all our efforts should be
directed toward localizing the disturbances In the province of Chi I.I and
keeping them from spreading throughout the empire by enlisting on the sld,i
of peaco tho power of tho Viceroys of Central nnd Southern China has not
apparently been ndopted by nil thn other Powers. It Is too soon to prophe
sy the ultimate results, but thus far tho Indications are nil favorable.
It will bo seen that no answer from the different powers was required or
expected to the circular of July 3, hut tt Is understood It has been everywhere
favorably received nnd that no objections have been mndo to It In any quar
ter. It Is not trtio that there has been any formation of groups or combina
tions of powers of any sort. It may be positively Asserted, for Instance, that
tho cooperation of France nnd tho United States has been most constant and
most cordial. ,
Tho clrculnr which was sent to our foreign representatives Is as follows.
"Department of Stnte, Washington, D. C, July 3, 1900.
"In this critical posture of affairs In China, It is deemed appropriate to
define tho attitude of the United States as far ns present clrcumstnnces per
mit this to bo done. We adhere to the policy adhered to by us In 1857 (it
pence with the Chinese nation, furtherance of lawful commerce, and of
protection of lives nnd property of our citizens by nil means guaranteed
under extra territorial treaty rights nnd by the law of nations. If wrong be
done to our citizens, wo propose to hold the responsible authors to tho utter
most accountability. Wo regard the condition nt Peking ns ono of virtual
anarchy whereby power and responsibility Is practically devolved upon the
local provincial authorities. So long as they nro not In overt collusion with
rebellion nnd use their power to piotect foreign life and property, we ro
gard them as representing tho Ciimese, people with whom wo seek to remain
In peaco nnd friendship.
"The purpose of the President, Is, ns It has been heretofore, to an con
currently with the other Powers, tint opening up communication with Pe
king and rescuing tho American otflclnls, missionaries nnd other Anierlcnns
who nro In danger; secondly, affording all possible protection everywhere In
China to American life and property; thirdly, In guarding nnd protr-tlng all
legitimate American Interests, hn.l fourthly, in aiding to prevent a spread
of the disorders to the other provinces of the Umpire, nnd n recurrence of
such disasters. It Is, of course, too early to forecast tho motions of attain
ing this Inst result, but the pulley of the Government of the United States
Is to seek n solution which may Lrlng nbnut permanent safety and pnnco to
China, preserve territorial and ndrnlntbtrutlvc entity, protect nil rights guar
anteed to friendly powers by treaty nnd International law and safeguard
for tho world the principle of equal and Impartial trade with all parts of the
"You will communicate tho p1 -portof this Instruction to tho Minister of
Forolgn Affairs." "HAY."
Tho Republican Territorial Commit
tee held its first meeting for permanent
organization In the Chnmbcr of Com
merce rooms Inst evcnln'?. The meet
ing was decidedly harmonious nnd tli"
most cordial spirit prevailed. Those
present wcro; George W Smith C. h
Crnbbc, W. It. Farrlngton, Flunk Ai
cher, Knnch Johnson, J. A. Hughe
I). II. Kuhuulello. A. V. Gear, Hue
Howell, Judge Luther V!len, Jam
II. Iloyd. Curtis P. Inukci, IM. Tows
J. L. Kaultiknti nnd H. P. Haldwln.
Represented by proxy: H. K. Richards,
J. K. Nahnlo. J. II. Walpullanl, II. C
Scnrle, Ocorgo HonB, W. C. Achl, J.
K. Kapunlnl, P. II. Sandow, U. I .0.
Illackstoo and G. N. Wilcox.
Tho election of permanent officers re
sulted In naming the following by ac
clamation: Chairman, Ocorgo . W.
Smith; Secrctnry, n. R. Hendry:
Treasurer, Jns. II. Iloyd.
Chairman Smith in accenting the
Importnnt position to which he was
unanimously elected, said:
"Gentlemen of tho Committee.
Could I lmvo hud my own wish another
would not hold tho houoruble nnd re.
sponsible position In which you lmvo
placed 1110. For It Is n position of
great icspoiisllillity tho work of which
to Iki successful, will reipilro the hearty
'n-opcrutlon, not only of each member
of tho Territorial Committee, but ot
every inemUir of the Republican party
In the territory
'We nro now engaged lu thu import
nnt work of organization, party organi
zation lu this now territory, u now
thing for us mid n new tiling for the
majority of thoso who, fur the first
time us American citizens, will oxer
cIhu tho right ot franchise nt the polls
lu Novcuilier next,
"To obtain n strong organization, 11
creditable organization, ono In keeping
with tho grand history of the Repub
lican party und one that will bo n
credit to tho territory, requires single
ness of purpose, hurmony, unity of
action; factional strife or prejudice.
"l'erstmal dllferunces must bo sub
ordinated, factions must not oxlst mid
will not be recognized by your chair
man. "It becomes our duty to place before
tho people, the necessity of organiza
tion, to prepure llterutute explain lug
tho alms und objects of the party, Its
history and Its policy.
It Women our duty to outline uplau
of action for tho approaching election,
ensure registration ot those entitled to
vote, tn win over thoso In dmibt or
those Inililfeieiit to their chit) duties.
"Finally, It will be our duly to order
tho next primary elvctlous and cull the
next foment Ion the duty of which will
bo to ntiuilnato honorable, capable men
us ruutiitlates for Heuators and Jtepio
rieututlu'H to thu llrst LegUlatiuo of
the Tcriltnry of Hawaii.
"Tlml till of this work, us outlined,
may bo fuclliiuted, Committees will lie
appointed to whoso bauds will bu en
trilMcd tlm work in detail.
"1 link your hourly support. Let 11
Down to Work
nvoid nelllnlinoflH, personalities, strife.
Let us culthuto harmony, unity,
"I t hank you gent lemnii for the honor
conferred und, to tho best of my ability,
will endeavor to acceptably fill tho
The appointment of various commit
tees guvo rise to considerable dlscus
,lon. It was finally voto! that the
"xecutlve Committee to be .ippLinted
liy tho Chairman be made up , f :ilau
members two from Hawaii, one from
Maul, one fiom Kauai and live 'rom
O.1I111. It wns voted that the finance
committee also appointed by tho (.hair
man, consist of three members from
each election district. Commlt'ccs on
literature and organization wero re
ferred to tho executive committee.
Enoch Johnson gave notice ot tho
following nmendment to tho mien nntl
regulations enacted by tho Republican
"Resolved", That Section 1, Artlclo i,
of tho "Rules nnd Regulations of the
Republican Party in tho Territory of
Hawaii" bo and tho same Is hereby
amended to rud ns follows:
"Section 1, A Territorial central
committee, cons'lstlng of thirty dele
gates, shall be elected by each Tcrrl
torlal convention In tho method above
prescribed for tho temporary Territo
rial central commltteo, tho permanent
chairman und secretary of the Terri
torial convention shall ho cx-oiriclo
members of said committee, ami such
committee shall hold offico until their
successors nro appointed and qunllflol.
The question of 11 ratification meet
ing to bo held on tho arrivit of tho
delegates to Philadelphia, was placed
In tho hands of n commltteo consist
ing of W. It. Farrlngton, Jns. H. Iloyd
and Enoch Johnson.
Tho commltteo held a short execu
tive session and adjourned subject to
tho call of the chair.
The 148th Corpne.
New York, July 9. Two bodies wcro
rrcovcred today from the wreck of tlm
steamer Snnle. This makes 14S corpses
thus far recovered of the victims of tho
flro which destroyed the North Gor
man Lloyd pier at Hohoken nnd burn
ed tho steamers Sanle, Uremcu and
Maine on Juno 30th.
IffillSXSBi- Wsm iSKrJJEB)
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jtirur niprrD rninonr&, fiiJfcr rabiS.
WHIUAUOTMR BRAKDS-MC I MnHeP
STEAMED. VIE BOASTINGA -"
Gives A PECUUAR ?& tTpFTFRCrtt
-" ryr-ii .- r -vnkt9ki.-4fUEi la j.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W, C. Achl President A Msnsgei
M. K. Nakulna Vice Prestdonl
J. Makalnai ...Treasurer
Enoch Jolimon Secretary
ueo. u, veana - M .Auuitor
BOARD OF DIRrXTORS:
J. W. Dlplksne,
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lands In all jrts of the Hawaiian
Islands: And nlo hs bouses In the Clti
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited tt
all and Inspect our callery of life-
size royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
A FEW VERY PESIRABLE BUILD
INGLOTS on Ni"anu Avenus.at Nit
lops, Nuuanu Vails) for sals. Apply 1. 1
J. M. ANSARRAT, I
CartwrlEht Block, srehant strast
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
ty W will Bn or Ll BcsJ Estate It
U parts of the group.
we win Hen rrowrue on hmmi
OFFICE. 10 West King Streei
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . .
P. B. R. STRATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agnt and Collector
No. 0 Iletliel St., near P. O.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers aro furnished with from
flvo to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc.. which nro placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICi:, 12.00 PER
A. V. GEAR.
Judd Quildlng, Honolulu.
112 How. eItbkkt.
KAI-A, CALABASHES, LEIS, NA
TIVE HATS. HULA SKIRTS, NIIHAU
HATS, FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Etc.,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on band.
UiYiV.YiV.v.YiYi'rVy: c u re
ll MAGIC I: headaches
: HEADACHE; while
! WAFERS i: dressing.
J?'A,."W.,.W..V.,rJi,4 1 wts U .lr..uu
1-32 CAUFORNIAST.yfNI JlJaI
a.i rt'iMr.mrn rni ssr.ftA'
.. . ......v.wvv.wnw. ,
A08tils( Brokers and Jobbers.
W. 6. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Hennery Co., of Saa
Haldwln locomotive Works, of
Philadelphia, Pcnn., V. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cnno Shredder), Now York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlnndt & Co.' Chemical Fertlli-
Alex. Cross & Bons, high grade Fer
tilizers for Cano and Coffee.
Hecd'a Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFKH FOIl SALE
Parafllnc Paint Co.'s P. & D. Palnti
and Papers; Lucol and Unseed
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), U
white nnd colors,
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Urn
CASTLE & COOKE
TS. W.l.lua AtrlculM.I C, L ,:
Tb. W.l.n.i Sur till Co.
Tb. Kslo. Arrlcultuul Co,
Tb. Fulton Iron Work,, St t.tl.. M..
Tb. St.B4.r4 Oil Co.
Tb. Oao. F, Bl.k. Sta.a Pm...
W.iton'a Cntriruf .1.
Jb N.w Enrl.nl lit. larar.ac. C. (
"U !" F"! c- Hanf.rl, era
Tb. Atll.nc. Aiiur.nc. Co ot toalw.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President nnd Minr
Clans Sprockets Vice President.
v. 31. uiiiaru ..Hccontl vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Hoss Auditor
anntTs or th
IOEANIO STEAMSHIP COMPACT
OF BAM KHANOIHOO. OAl.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ne, Hta
BREWER 5 C0., M).,
Qdwn atrMt, liooolula H.I
Hawaiian Aploiltural Co;a, Amrtcu l.fa.
Compinv. Oohala Surar Plant, Co , Onosw
Co., Honomj Sufir Co.. Witluku Sugar Co., MatM
Surar Co., Ifat.aaala Rann Co., Molohal Ka.ik:-
Plantar. Lin. San Fr licoPnk baa, lr WW
U Co. a Lin. ol Boan pacb.b
LLST OF OFFICERS
0. M. Cooke, President; George H,
Robortxoii, MrttUKer; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer anil Kocretarvt Col. W. P.
, Allan, Audit. r; P. C Jones, H. WaUr.
Iiouwi, oo. h, carter, Directors.
liberal Manager ot
Tb Kqujtablt Life Assuring Socirtf
01 tho IJnlttd Bute, tor Um HawtuM
Orriwi MaehsDt itTMl. Hop
M. PHILLIPS & CO..
Wbowsale Importers and Jobbers
hropean tnd American D-y too
go t and queen Streets,
S. HAOKFELD & 00., Ltd
iEMEHAL COMMISSION A6EITI
Qnr Kotti and Onsen HtreeU Hrrn1
The World Register
Keeps tho Cash while you are busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'n Iron Fence and Monomental Ci
Ml King Street
And other Rings, Watches, Braco'
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
EI. Gr. BIAJRT,
ao4W PORT STBPFT
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
Fikst Cuss.- Work Guarantefc
Union St. near Hotel 1504
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