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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST i, 1900.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
:: TUB BEST
COR. PORT AND HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
tothosttongtstanJ most Mtvlctat-la camtnt maJa and Mil fafmltth. admixture of a tatctt airoum cf Sana
f travel, with Its lost or strength, than any other t-rani; it lalrtaralora th most tcrrrm'cal
"AISEN" has NO EQUAL In COLO, FINENESS and SAM) CARRYING CAPACITY It WEIOIIS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (m.aaurlnr atom to PEK CENT MOKE CEMENT TO A BARREL than other
brands, which try materially REDUCES III tf-st as o n-rareJ with cither cements) it l thmlort an ECONO
MICAL ctmtnt lo u. and SPECIALLY ADAPTED f OH TINE CONCRETE WORK,
Tensile Strength In Pound! Per Square Inch MiJf at Roal Testing Station. Berlin, iFSg-oo
NEAt CtwENT Ona ran Csmrnt
Three parts Sand
After? date Aller 18 dayf. After fdas. After .8 days.
ALSEN -o!'j I41S o6i; j(,7
DYCKERHOFF . . ia'4 ,1tti . ,S )B4
PREMIUMS World a Fair. Ch'carci, if) Adelaide jLNleo Int. Ea'n 1!!?. Cer.ternlal Ir.t E n
neirouroe, tew. rew leaianj so. a c r. uuneam. leeg-go.
CAPACITY AND SALES.-1 he t utf it f tre 'ALSEN ' factorial It,
that Af any manufartnrv of I'nfttant Cfrent In tufcre
The yearly tales of Alten't P.rtlard Ceirert In the
The iollowlngtest made In actual work ry &l D
oea wall around Governor's Island, New Ycrk Hartor
TENSILE STRENGTH PEK sgUAKt IM.M
Thirty Davt. 9.18 pnundi For Sidewalks It cites the test
Testimonial! from most emlrtnt erjireera, archltectt and contractort endorsing tre high graJe
quality of "ALSEN" furnished on atfllcatlon 10
TLta-eo. H. ZPsi-vies cSs Co.. Xtd..
One Week Only
SCHILLER'S WALT EXTRACT
25c. per Bottle
$2.50 per Dozen
T77" "We-tcHa. TTsTliile "5Tovl Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Riltablt Watchmen turnltht i for itorri an 4 freptfty.
ul confiitntUI work ol all torti.- ..
Office Room 4 Model Block
J J J J J J .. v Oh'K'K'lS'b-X'KU'lPK'KK'K'jCjClj
St-,. sr ..
ine - Annex
Aie made of the very choicest ingredients and are put up by us under
our own label.
WE GUARANTEE THE
TRY A SAMPLh QUART.
IKY A SAftirLe UUAKl,
WE KNOW YOU WILL LIKE THEM.
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
t V If f K1 f If 'f,li''r,H'K' K" K1
Architects, Contractors and Bnllders t
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Bilk
Stora anl Offica Fitting.
Plans anJ Estlmattt Fumlshtl. '
Hotel Street, near Barracks
O. A.HOWASD. JS
HOWA11D A TRAIN,
all. t. Modal Block, - HONOLULU, OAHU, H I
P. O. Boi 70). Ta Itphon. 989
H. L. KERB & CO.,
Oao. W Paa T.I. aso
P. W. Baanltlca P. O, Boi lit
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms a-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
Queen htrawt. Honolulu
H. F. BERTELMAIVS
To rtar of oU stand. Entranco on Kla(
trttt. Otilen left at either shop, or offica,
at John Nott's stare, Kln street, will r
swlvi prompt attention. MSi'tf
present time 'atgirthan
Inlted Statct It treater than that of art ttrur I rand.
C. Houtton. Corps of Engineers. ISA at the
hat never been equaled ry any ether cement It Is
ore uar, its rounds. en rati ( founds,
color and the most endurable weatlrr surface
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
Best City rtfertneta furnished. Pttecllv.
I'. . I10X 284.
Hotels and Restaurants,
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
The Best Service
In the City
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
JSt 5C. 2M
To be had for tho money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and Grocers.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter, Cheeses &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, KIiik Htreet.
for dinner giving and for
luncheons and for entertain
ing may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO..
Ttltphona 140. til Fort St.
China Appeals for
Reply Is Favorable-Americans at Variance With
Europe in Sizing Up Situation-Accept
Statement That Legations Are Still
Safe Not at War With China.
Washington, July 22.
McKlnley has received what purports
to he n direct appeal from the Chinese
Imperial Government to use his good
offices to extricate that Government
from the position In which it has heen
placet! as a result of the lloer upilii
lug. Although thu exact text of 'he
appeal made hy the Kmperor of China
to Trance, as outlined In the cahle dis
patches of jesterday, has not h"en
made, kmron here, It Is believed that
the dls,itUi to the President Is slmllir
In terms. In our case, the communi
cation was made through Minister W'u
to the State Department. Thus far it
film 1 nnsucr has not heen leturneil.
The French Government answered 'it
once, but that answer will not aerie
us. The fulled States Gm eminent is
proceedlnK upon an entirely new line
of policy In tho treatment of the case.
Unfortunately the State Department
finds Itself alone In this, but never-
thclcsB It Is conWnced Its plan Is the
best, and It has behind It the lonsolini;
assurance that at piesent all of tin-
European tloernments have tacl'ly
admltled that an ciror was made In
thu lei;lnnlni; in not follow Inn the
common sense nilvlte of the I'nlliM
States naval commander at TaKit.
The point of difference between (he
State Department mid the European
Oovemments Is that the latter are pro-
leedltiK on the belief that all of the
forelKn Ministers and missionaries and
guards at Peking hae been killed anil
Inslst on dealing with the Chinese tiov-
eminent on that basis, thereby nnstiiti-
lug a hostile attitude that tends to i
destroy the last chance of availing of
whatever friendly sentiment may yet
exist among the powerful Chinese
Viceroys and the Imperial (ioernnicnt
Itself. Thus the French reply, as In
dicated in the four conditions laid
down by M. del Casse jesterday, sets
an Impossible, task for tho Imperl'il
(io eminent In Its present straits and
tends to drho It at once to make terms
with the Iloxers and Prince 'Hum's
On the other hand our (!o eminent
while not guaranteeing thu truth of
tho advUes from thu Chinese Coeiii
ment us to the safety of tho foreign
HIMIMVi I LAW
The llo.ird of Health met jratcnliy
liiatcail of today, on uciount of this I
hcliiK mull arrival ihiy. It li.nl Mpi?il
last nt?ck'K irKtil.tr incctlni;.
Illlo uiih ici'oitcil li .Ml. Mt'U, ItH
(..Hillary Inspcitor, an In u clcplornlily
had condition. I'lont Htteet Ih one nol
8ome Ixik. It UU8 diclded to vend I'll'
alllkted ImrK a second hand odorlesK i
rawitni, Mr. WliiKton facetlouly iik
KeKtliiK that rieconil hand mules jo
Dr. 1'iatt, Hiinltury hulldlni; InHpec-
tor, contlnueil from pievloun sesslouH
Ills tale of Oriental reriilcltruiu . One
Chlnnmnn put up nine hulldlnps-wlili-
out havliiK taken out a kIiikIo permit.
Ho was arrested, put up hall of flOU
on one chnrKC, forfeited the umo'int
and went on violating thu law. This
fellow has fourteen houses with a
capacity of 20U tenants, hut only one
cchspool to incite the foul dUchair,"8
of the whole; hamlet.
Attorney (icneral Doln piomlhed to
IiiIiik all the hatteiles of his dcpait
mi-lit to hear upun olTendeis tthen le
porttil. Sccictiuy of the Tenltory II. K
t'ooier wnitit iihl.hiK for the ii-nm it
of the pehlhoiise from the K.ikiiu'to
lllle raiiKe, as It was deshtd that the
National (liianl should icsuine tain''t
piiictlce. The remouil of the IiuIIiIIiik
of unhappy menioiy hail alieady he n
ordeied hy the ltcs.ii il. and all It could
now do was to liuriy the thliiK.
Dr. l'ratt sulimltted a new heultii
teKUlatlon In rcKiird to water off loots.
It has a clause cxccptlUK ImlMlimH
where tho ciiantity of water shed oft
would not ho deleterious to the public
Dr. II. II. Held was appointed kov-
ernment physician at Illlo lu place of
Dr. W I.. Moore, resinned.
Dr. T. T. French resinned as kowiii
ment physli Ian at llannlel, to which
he had heen appointed at the pi c Ions
meetliiK of the Ilo.ud. Accepted
V. II. Itlce .II'. was appointed sani
tary ah'cnt at l.lliue. Kauai.
It was decided to ulvo the s.inltii'y
Inspectors umiiiilsslous hi as to en
hance their staudliiK in the courts.
Dr. Wood. reKanlltm the iiiiiimi.iI
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lu I'alolo atlev. said tm
one case he had attended was tjphoul
Dl Cooper piopo-cd a lesolutlon re
qilllitm the i'Xeiulle olllcer to lepo.t
to the IIIkIi SheillT for piosecutlou all
iufiliiK'tueuts of the law uKulnst pi'tc
tlciliK medicine without a license.
The KtocK Yardx Co. hunifHs shop In
filled with the talent UiIiirs lu the
Is willing to accept the
statements temporarily. In the mean-
1 time remitting none of Its efforts to
get across to Mr. Conger, through the
use of military force If need he Hy
following out this policy the State De
partment argues that It retains two
chances Instead of one. It may reich
Mr, Conger with tioops and also may
secure his deliverance through the 1
friendly olllees of some of the powerful
Chinese officials, which the Powers are
not likely to obtain for their own pen-1
pie by following out their own present'
policy. It may he stated also that the
t'nlted States Government has not !n-l
tended and does not Intvnd to rclln-1
qulsh any part of Its claim for compen
sation and rep. nation In the ultimate
M-ttlement. Its position In that re
spect, It holds, will not he effected tin-
fll)rn,iy . rosecutlnK Its efforts to
mnkt, of ,,, frk,n,ny ..cntlmentH of
lnc Chinese olllclals.
Washington, duly 23. Tho President
has answered the plea of the Chinese
Hmperor made tlmitigli Minister Wii. !
and expressed his willingness to mc-
tllato for the restoration of peace 'n
China. Ills pedley will bo announced
tomoriow when the text of the Chluete
appeal will be published toKetlier with I
the Piesldent's message. It Is known. ,
however, that the answer Is entirely
consistent with the policy of Secieterv
Hay lu his note to the Powers, and
moreoer it accepts as truthful the
Chinese statement rrlatlio to the stfe-
ty of the foreign Ministers at Pckln?.
It would not, of course, be possible to
take Initial steps towartl mediation
were either party to the negotiations
to entertain open distrust of the in cu
racy of the statements of the other.
There must be confidence between
them. The t'nlted States' answer does
not go to the length of the French ans
wer to a similar application In laying J
down conditions which the Chinese
(ioernmcnt could not meet even If so
disposed, If It actually Is struggling for
Its own existence.
It tloes, howccr, look to the Im
mediate relief of foielgners In Peking,
and moreoMT to the protection of ill
foreigners, missionaries ami traders In
China, and to the restoration of ordr
On anJ after Aucut 1st. The Yoko
hama Specie Bank of this cltv will be a
branch of the bank in Japan. rheaRent
now In charRe will assume the duties of
K. J. IMAMSHI,
AtAUNALEI SUGAR CO., LTD.
There will be a Special Meeting 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 purpoe of amending By
Laws, c. B. GRAY,
Sec. Mnunalei Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, luly 7, 1000. l577j'ij.
STOCKHOLDERS' SPECIAL MEET
ING. A special meeting of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Sugar Co.. will be held Sat
urday, August 18th, iqoo, at 10 o'clock
a. in., at the rooms of 'lie Chamber of
Commerce, fur the purpose of amenJIng
ijM-im W. L. HOPPER, Secretary.
tnrUlinl.Vre nrp hirphu nntlfi.t Hint Hi
Fouf th Assessment of s per cent or two an j
one-nail dollars per snare on the capital
Stock of THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and riyab.e
July 1st, at the office of the unc'erslRiied
(II rort street. J. II. llbtltK.
Actj;. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.,
Hnnnlulu. June 1. 1000. mo
Assessments have been called on the
Assesable Stock tf this company as to
become due and payable at the office of
Castle & Cooke, Ltd., on
June 1st, 1000, 10 per cent. (5io.oo per
share); delinquent June )oth, 1000.
July 1st. iooo, ijper cent, (fi 5.00 per
share); delinquent July list.
W. A. BOWBN, Treasurer.
Hawaiian Automobile Co., Lt'd.
Komi SujiJir Co., Ltd.
All stockholders In arrears for assess
ments 7, Hand oulll ple.ise take notice
that same must he paid at oiue or stock
will be advertlvd as delinquent and sold.
I:. V. MCCHESNEY,
July 24, 1000 ijui-ws
Notice to Stockholders
I HE HAWAIIAN ELECIRIC CO.,
LIMI I ED.
From July 25th to August 1st, lyoo, the
stock books, uf the company w III he closeJ
to transfers, aid the Jloc.,000 of Increased
capital Moik will then be .illottrd a per
the by-laws. The fr.utlon.il shares not
adjusted will he sold at auction; and the
lust assessment of 25 per cent III be due
anJ payable at the (Hike of the Hawaiian
Trust and linestment Company, Ltd , on
August 1st, 1000.
(ibORGH R. CARIER,
Treasurer, Hawali.n Electric Co., Ltd.
1 s-t J
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capita Stock . $100,000. :
Capital, paid up,
V. 0. Achl President A Mansgol
M. K. Nakultin. .. Vice President
J, Makalnal Treasurer
Knoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha - Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. V. Rlplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In nil parts of tbo Hawaiian
Islands; and also has housoi In the City
of Uonolulu for rent. y 1
J. J. WILLIAMS, I
Visitors are cordially Invited tt
.all and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Niuanu Avtnui, at Nit
lopi, Nuuanu Vatlt) for salt. Apply ta
J. M. JVNSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, trchant Jtrwi
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will Bn 01 (,.! Boi EiUteti
ill puts of the. (rronp.
Or We will BellFroperUeionBeuOL
jFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town anJ suburb?
anJ HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent;stcft:-0N0L,,U'
Searcher of Titles . . .
P. E. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Vlnanclol Accent unl Collector
No. t) lletliel St., near P. O.
I . . .. . , . .
nd other Rings, Watches, Bract-
efs. Pins, and an pxfpnslvp varletv
, ...-, ,
EI. a. BiLcVRT,
o4f port Street
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
first Class work guaranties.
Union St, near Hotel ncv,
WHEN YOU . .
l:IRsT CLAss AND Ho.Ml I IKL.
MRS. G. H.
J 585111 1
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. 11. WMLb tst vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDLR jnd Vice-President
J. P. COOKL Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantatloi Company.
Nahlku Sugat Company.
Klhel Plantation Co,
Hawaiian Stjgit Co.
Kahulul RallroaJ Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. Co.
V. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Susar Hefinory Co., of San
Daldwln Locomotive Works, of
Philadelphia, l'cnn.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cnno Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlnndt & Co.'a Chemical Fertlll-
Alox. Cross & Sons, high grade Fer
tilizers for Cane and Cottee.
Heed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFKIt FOR SALE
l'arnlllne Paint Co.'a P. & B. PalnU
and Papers; Lucol and Linseed
Oils, raw nml bolted.
Indiirlne (n cold-water paint), ,
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime
CASTLE & COOKE
Tba twa Plantatl'H Co.
Tba Walalua Artlcul-ival Co , L I,:
Tba Kohala Sucar Co
Tha Walanaa Su(ar till Co.
Tba Kotoa Acrlcultural Co.
Tbo Fulton Icon Works, St. lotla. Mo.
Tbo Cao. F. Blaba Staasa Paacoo,
U 1,w EJ".nl L,' Imoraoco Co, ol lot o.
5' IP F"! '" Co- Harllorl. Son
TboAlllancoAssufancaCo ol LooiM.
rVm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O.Irwtn.. President and Manager
ClaiiH Sprcckela Tlco President.
W. M. Nffnril ,.Soont Vico Preoldent.
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treaa. and Sec.
fico. J, Itoss Auditor
AOIHII Of TBI
IURANIO STEAMSHIP GOHPAUt
OF BAH FHAN0I80O. OAI
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mact.no, Btq
BEWE 5 C8.f LTD.,
Qumo au.al. (Yooolulo U.I
Hawaiian Artlculiui at Cojaor, Assulcao lotu
Company. Ookata Silfac Plant. Co , Onoasaa
Co.. Honomu Sutac Co , Wallubu Suf at Co , MokM
Suiar Co , llalaakala Rarch Co.. Molokal Na.al.
Planttt a Una San Ft j-.sco Pacini baa. (1 .jot
Co.'t Lino ol Boston Packala
I LI8T OK OKKICEIia
0. M. Cooko, Prenlilouti Oeorfe ,
Holwrtsoo, Maimgor; K. F. lllahop
1 Treasuror and Secretary Col. W. t
.Allen, Audit ir; 1'. V. Jone, H. WUr
' lioiiso, Ooo. K. Carter, Dlrectom.
Odnertl Manager ol
rfai Rqu'tabls Life Auattuct Socirty
0 Um United HUieofor tho Uiwtluti
iuhiti Mehnt tttoot. Hor
M. PHILLIPS 4 007
Wbolaiale. Importer! and iobbon
laropMn ind Americu D7 aooa
Fo t and Queen tUreeU.
a. HAOKFELD fc CO., Lm
iEHERAL COMMISSION AGEIT1
Jor. Fort anil Qneen HtreM. Hoaolni-
The World Register
Keu,H tho CrhIi while you are buy,
Try 0110 o
,0n Marble and Grauite,
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'o Iron Fence and Monnmcntal Co
611 King Htroe-t,