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THE EVENING DULLHTINi HONOLULU, II. I., WliDNESOAY, JUIY 35, !.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
Benson, Smiths Co., Ltd
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
UtSt ttronffMt ni moil enr!ciMcemntindt an4wltl rtrtntt th .tdmlxturt of a lirctr amount of sin.i
r iravtl, with li tost of ttreneth, than any oiher brand It Ifthtrrforf the nottconrmlcal
"ALSEN ' hat NO EQUAL In CO LOW, FINENESS and SAND CARRYING CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (mcaturlnr about 10 PER CENT. MORE CEMENT TO A BARRELthan thr
toMtli, which very materially REDUCES If cost as compared whh other cementi) It I therefore an ECONO
MICAL cement tousa and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK.
Tcaittt Strength In Pounds Per Square Inch Made at Royal Testing Station, Berlin iB&j-qo.
Neat Cement One pan Cement
Three Parts Sand
After? days. After s8 days After f dais After 18 days
ALSEN tqsU 84m jrtU ,6Tu
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MIUMS. Worlds Fair Chicago, 189) Adelaide Jubilee Int. Ex n 188?. Certtrnlaf Int. Ex n
, t888 New Zealand & So S. Exn, Dunedln 188990
IVLITY AND SALES lheuiputoftht "ALSEN r factories Is, atlhe present time, larger than
I'KtMiUMb. worlds hair Lhicaeo,i9) AJeiaia
Ml bourn , IBSS
tfjat nfanv manuf At-torv nf Portland Ctmrnt In tutor
The yearly sales 01 Alien s Portland Cement in the United States Is stealer than that of any other brand.
Tha following test madt In actual work by Col D C Houston Corps of Engineers, U S A , at the
ta wall around Governor s Island, New York Harbor, has never been equaled by any other cement It Is
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH One Day. )84 pounds. Sewn Days. 600 pounds
TtUrty Days, 818 pounds For Sidewalks It elves the bet color and the most endurable wearing surface
Testimonials from most eminent engineers, architects and contractors endorsing the high grade
faiity or "AL5EN ' lumisneJ on application 10
T3n.o. SZ. IDsiTries cSs Co,, Xitcl.
I Special for 1
One Week tTnllj- tm
I SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT i
I $2.50 per Dozen 1
I HONOLULU DRDS CO., j
7" "Wetcla. "Tlxile "SToia. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
RallabU Watchmen furnished for stores and properly. Best City reference! furnished. Detective
ad confldeotlal work of all sorts I
Office Room 4 Model Block
The - Annex Cocktails
Ale made of the very choicest ingredients and are put up by us under
our own label.
W6 GUARANTEE THE QUALITY,
TRY A SAMPLE QUART,
WE KNOW YOU WILL LIKE THEM.
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
r it if jO'tejrtcj,K,j,i,',j,'K,K,,j,i,i,n,jo,Ki'ir
IrcbJtects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly ; Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Stoit .nd Offict Fitting
Pltni ani Ettlnutel Tumlthtd,
Hotel Street, near Barracks
O. A liOWAiD. J
HOWARD & TRAIN,
tlu r, Moid Block, - HONOLULU. OAHU, H I
P. O Bosroj T.l.phon. olo
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Oh W. Pt T.I. m
f, W. Blirdtli. P. O. Boi it!
BBARD8LEB & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. I44J
OF ALL KINDS,
Doalers in Lumber and Goal
Quean street. Honolulu
H. F. BERTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Kluf
trtet. Order left at either shop, or offica,
t John Nott's store, Klnc street, will r.
alvt prompt attention. U5l-tf
. . H3 BM
JUMiet int. tin im?. ceritrniai
P. O. BOX 284.
Ltd , - Sole Agents.
Hotels and Restaarants.
THE ORPHEDM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
hwMeals 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
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and Grocers.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter, Cheese, &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, King street.
for dinner giving and for
luncheons and for entertain
ing may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO.,
T.l.phon. 140. tn Fort SL
AMERICAN TRADE WILL
SUFFER FROM THE WAR
New York, July 9. A special to the Herald from Wnshlnittnn taja-
"Wnr with China would rcrtnlnly bo detrimental to Amcrlcnn trmlo
with that empire"
This statement was ninilo by 8ecrttnry of Agriculture Wilson. Ho coif
"For tho time being Amcrlcnn trntlo would be destroyed becnuso the mer
chant would not be nblo to reach the Interior of the Cclcatlnl Empire with ItU
Roods. Of counto thcro would be n special tlcmnml for wheat, breiitstufTs,
horses and mules, nnd the United Statis would havo to meet the ilemand of
tho allied armies, consequently the exportation of cereals and animals would
be Increased many fold. On the other hand there would be n marked falling
oft In general trade, especially In such exports ns cotton manufactures, kero
sene oil, Iron and steel manufactures, tobacco, lumber, manufactures of wood,
parts of clocks, books, maps, engravings perfumery and cosmetics, scientific
instruments, patent medicines, paper, carriages, etc., and leather.
"The total value of these articles of export In 1896 was 10,293,521, The
vnluo of wheat exported to China has averaged barely 1100,000 n )ear for
several cars. On tho other hand, the value of wheat flour exported In 1898
to Hongkong, much of which undoubtedly went Into China, amounted to
$1,833,727. The total value of our agricultural exports direct to Chinese pmts
In 189S amounted to $692,019, the principal items being raw cotton, wheat
flour, ginseng, malt liquors, canned beef, milk canned fruits and leaf tobacco.
"To show how remarkable, lias beer the growth of our trade Willi China
it Is only necessary to give a few statistics ns to commercial relations for ten
ears. From 1889 to 1899 there was n gain of $13,29.1,168. The Increase wns
almost entirely In exports, which ntlvanced In value from $2,791,128 in 1SS9 to
$14,193,410 in 1899. Our Imports for 1899, amounting to $18,619,268, were orly
slightly larger than In 1889, when n value of $17,028,112 was reported.
"Taking these figures as n basis, It is easy to see that war would, for tho
time being, increase agricultural cxportr liejond the nvcrage of five per cent
for the past ten years, but would practically stop tho exportation to China
of other American products that In ten )cars have averaged 95 per ccn . War
would also Interfere materially with our Import trade with China, which,
for tho ycarB from 1891 to 1898, Inclusive, averaged nnnually $20,0086,832. Tli
principal commodities were tea, $7,062,725; raw silk, $5,062,825, and wool, raw,
"Meats for the allied nrmy In China would probably have to ho obtained
from Australia. The difficulty In wnrm cllmntes Is to keep tho carctssej of
animals cool. Our soldiers In .Manila arc fed on fresh meat, but it Is owlrg
to the recent erection of a flno refrigerator at that point."
-i8lin GOT DAMAGES.
' I was standing at the end of the depot
platform of a little cross-roads sta'lon
down In Virginia several weeks ago," said
the Colonel, "when a little old woman
drove up with an ox harnessed to a cart,
and, handing the lines to a little colored
boy who was loafing around, she came up
the steps and asked:
" 'Stranger, w III o' back a lone wldder
to g t jestlce?'
" How back you?'
"'This jere railroad has run over one o'
my hogs and vven't pay fur him. I've
cum down yere to git six bits fur that hog
or turn loose on sumboJy! I'll walk up to
the critter Inside and demand my money.
He won't pav, and I'll tackle him. Will
yo' back me to see a fair foul?'
" 'Why, you are a w oman, and shouldn't
think of hav Ing a fight w Ith a man,' 1
" 'Never yo' mind about my beln' a
woman, strangerl It's six bits or I tackle
him, and It'lll help me along to know o'
ar' behind me. Wl'l yo' do It, or see me
get licked and loose my cah to boot?'
"I said I'd see fair play, and went In
with her. She walked up to the station
master, and spat on her hands, and said:
" 'You know about that hog! It's six
bits, or I'll light entojo'l'
"'Why, Mrs. Ramsey, I don't own the
"Six bits or a tackle! she replied.
'"I'll send your claim up to headquar
ters to be acted on.'
" 'Stranger, hold my sunbonet, and don't
let him gouge myejes or pull hylu'rl'
she said, as the untied the strings. 'Now,
" 'Here's your six bits,' he said, as .he
handed out three quarters.
" 'Thankee! Good money. Is III That
squar's the hog, ani tin' won't be no
fout. I jlst reckoned tha was a way to
git at a railroad, but I didn't knowexactly
how It was done.' "Washington Star.
Bast Side Social Condition.
Tho New York Federation of
Churches has Issued a report on the so
cial conditions of tho fourteenth as
sembly district, In which It Is stated
that of C0,OV)0 pcoplo In tho district 40
per cent nro German, 10 per cent Ital
ian, 5 per cent Hungarian, nnd n ltttlo
more than 25 per cent American.
Among 10.J90 families visited, twentj
flvo nationalities wero found repre
sented Only 2 per cent of the families
visited owned their own duellings 'Iho
Slavs wero found to lmvo the greatest
mini he 1 of children. Iho Hebrews
uvcrngo 2 51 children pet family, tho
Roman Catholics 2 00, tho Protestants
1 85. Tho proportion of Hebrew fami
lies with nine children Is six times ns
great as In tho Protestant families.
On an avcrago tho families occupy 3 57
rooms each, and only 2.19 of these, havo
windows leading to tho outer air.
Ninety-five per cent of the families aro
without bathing facilities Public
CHILDREN'S WORST TOE.
Chl'drcn show symptoms of dlscasn
quicker than grown pcoplo, and aro
accordingly easy to treat for all trou
bles. The worst foes of children nro
worms, but their presence can bo read
ily detected nnd speedily removed.
When a child becomes restless in
sleep, picks at Its noso, grinds its
teeth, has an Irregular apctlto, is ner
vously irritable, and has had bieath, It
Is a victim of worms' work. Theie 1
Just ono way to treat worms that Is
to kill them. Don't wasto ttmo on any
other treatment, and don't wasto
money on any other medlclno, for
Klcknpoo Indian Worm Killer Is tho
safest, Biircst, promptest and most per
manent relief from worms. Hobron
Drug Co , agents for Klckapoo Indian
Itemed le s.
Softlclgh I've nw got a conun
drum foh you, Miss Cutting. What Is
the aw dlffahanco between rao nnd a
donkey? Miss Cutting I'm suro I
I have changed mv office from the
Campbell block to the new Magoon build
ing corner Merchant and Alakea streets.
C. V E. DOVE,
The stock books of the HAWAIIAN
SUGAR CO., will be closed to transfers
from July 25 to July 11st. loco, both In
clusive. W. L. HOPPER,
1 590 Secretary.
From and after this, A. F. Cooke will
occupy the office of the Palolo Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd., Room 8, Model
building, Progress block, dally from to a.
m. 10 12 noon. A. F. COOKE,
Manager Palolo Land Co., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby elven that at a meet
Ing of the Directors of the Honolulu
Ranid Transit & Lind Comcanv. held at
the Company's office, on the 17th Inst.,
Bruce Carta right, Esq , was appointed a
Director, in the place of J. A. McCandless,
J. A. GI1.UN,
I58qt Secretary, H. R. T. & L. Co.
A Dividend will be due and navableto
the stockho'ders of the PIONEER MILL
COMPANY, LTD , on August 1st next,
at the office of II. Hnckfcld .V Co., Ltd.
The stock-book of thin company will be
closed t. tran-fers from the 27th Inst, to
August 1 si, coin inclusive.
H. A. ISENBbRG, Treasurer,
l59ot2 Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd.
MAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.
There will be a Special Mtetlng of the
stockholders of the Maunalel Sugar Co..
Ltd., at the Chamber of Commerce rooms
at 11 o'clock a. m. TUESDAY, Aug 7th,
1900, for the purpose of amending By
Laws. C. B.GRAY,
Sec. Maunalel Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu. July 7, 1900. 1577ml
STOCKHOLDERS' SPECIAL MEET
ING. A pechl meeting nf the stockholders of
the Haw -iil-111 Sugir Co , w III be held Sit
urdav, August 18th, iqoo, at 10 o'clock
.1. m., at the rooms of 'lie Clnmber of
Commerce, for the purpose of amending
ijhfrim W.L. HOPPERSecretirv.
Stockholders are hereby notified that the
Foufth Assessment of ? per cent or two and
one-half dollars ner share on the Capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
juiy isr, at me onice 01 me uncersigneti,
ill Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
Actg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Honolulu. June I, 1000 io
Assessments have been called on the
Assessable Stock (f this company as to
become flue and pav able at the office of
Castle & Cooke. Ltd.. on
June 1st, loco, 10 per cent, (f 10.00 per
share); delinquent June 30th, 1900.
July 1st, 1900, 1 5 per cent. (It 5.00 per
snare;; aeunqueni juiy list.
W. A. BOWEN, Treasurer.
Hawaiian Automobile Co.. Lt'd.
Notice to Stockholders
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.,
From July 25th to August 1st, 1900, the
stock books of the company will be closeJ
to trir.sfers.and the 5100,000 of Increased
capita' stoik will then be allotted as per
the by-laws. The fnctlon.il shares not
adjusted will be sold at auction; and the
fust assessment of 25 per cent will be due
and payable at the office of the Hawaiian
Trust and Investment Company, Ltd , on
August 1st, 1900.
GbOKGE K. CARTER,
Treasurer, Haw all in Electric Co., Ltd,
Fine Job Printing at
HAWAII LAND CO.
Cnpltn Stock . . . $100,1)00,
Cnplfnl, paid up,
W. O, Achl President A Manage!
M. K. Nakulus Vice l'rcMdoni
J.Mnkalnal , .Treasurer
Knoeli Johnnon HecreUry
(loo. L, Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRKCTOKS:
J. W. Dlplksne,
The above Company will buy. lease.
or sell IsnJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also hs houses in the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
Visitors are cordially Invited t
all and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Niuinu Avtnu., at NIc
lopi, Nuuanu Vallt) for salt. Apply ti
J. M. fc-NSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, .reliant strwt
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
XT We will Bay or (,?! BmI EiUUIt
11 puts 01 me group
tr We will Bell Properties on Beuor
)FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . .
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agnt ad Colloctor
No. 9 lletliel St., near P. O,
nd other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive varletj
EI. Gr. BIRI'.
ooiji' port Street
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GUARANTEfcL
Uiilon St. near Hotel isou
WHEN YOU . .
THE - WINDSOR
First class and Homei iku.
MRS. O. IJ. ROBERTSON,
Wailuku, Maui. 1585ml
i0ent, Frokers and Jobbers.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Lld
H. P. IIAI liWIN .. PreslJent
J. II. CASTI.I! st Vlce-Prevldent
W. M. Al LXAMH W .2nd Vlce-PrevlJent
J. P. COOKI Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and AuJItor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Ola a Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Companv.
Klhel Plantation Co.
14 .1U. .ill in Ki.fri, rrt
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. Co.
rV.G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co , of Sam
Baldwin Locomotive Works, ot
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Unlrorsat Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
n. unianut & co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grado Fer
tilizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pine Covering.
ALSO OPFKR FOR SALE
rarafilno Paint Co.'s P. 4 U. Paint
nnd Papers; I.ticol and Linseed
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), a.
white and colors
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima
CASTLE & COOKE
Tb. e Plint.tl'aC..
Tb. W.ului Artlcullv.l C. , L .:
Tb. Kobtl. Sortf C.
Tb. W.l.m.i Surir III! Co.
Tb. Kolo. Arrtcultuiit Co.
Tb. Fultoa Iron Work., SL lo.lfc M.
Tb. Sua4.ro' Oil Co.
Tb. Co. F, Bl.b. Stout Put..
Tb. N.w Enfl.na Lit. I.inruc. C. .1 to. m
Tbotn. Flr.lni Co ol Hartl orl. Qmi
Tb.AIII.oc.AnuroBC.Cft of Lo.10.
Am. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Hpreckcls Vice President.
vv. ai. liirranl ..Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Sec
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Sugar Fact or
iOKNIP OF TBI
IUSANI0 STEAMSHIP C0HPAK7
OF BAN FRANOIBOO. OAT.
QUEEN ST.. - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ne, Eta
BEWE 5 C6., IiD,,
Oumo oUmI. Honolul. H.l
H.w.lUnAnlcultur.l Couv. Aomlcoa l.(u
Comp.ny, Ookil. Sue Plont. Co , Oooato 1..H
Co., Honomu Su.ir Co , Willuku Surti Co , Mim
Su(.r Co , ll.ltik.U R.rch Co . Molok.l Ruabt
Plinttr Lin. Sn Fr nco Poclnl b... wm
k Co.'. Lin. ol Boan Pick.t.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, I'rosldonti George t,
RobertHOii, Muiiagor) K. F, Ill.liop
Troaturor and becrotaryj Col. W, 1
Allen, Audit ir; I. O. Jones, II. Wstor
boimo, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
(tnenl Manage, of
rh lqaUble Life Assutuce Socutf
Of Um United HUtesfoi th. Uawtlili
Output M."lint tttt. Hot-
M. PHILLIPS CO..
Wboleials Importers and Jobbers
Jnropon and Amtrican D7 too
Fo t and Queen BtmU
3. HAOKFELD & 00.,Ld
IEHEEAL COMMISSION A6EIT!
flor. fori and Queen HtreeU Hooolxl.
The World Register
Keeps the Cash while you are busy,
Try one o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'o Iron Fence and Monnmeotal Ci
Ml King Street,