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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST
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:: TS3:B BEST
COR. PORT AND HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alseii Portland Cement
I. it), strongest and molt eervkeatlo cement made and will rermttth. admixture ol a larrer amount of aan.
or travel, with Itss loss of strtnrth.than any other trend' It ts thtrtfora thf most economical
"ALSEN ' has NO EQUAL In COLOtt, FINENESS and SAND CARRYINU CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, tmeaiurlnr atom 10 PER CENT. MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than other
Hands, which very materially REDUCES Its cost as compared w th either cements) It Is therefore an ECONO
MICAL cement to dm and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK.
Tensile Strenith In Pounds Per Square Inch Made at Roal Testing Station. Berlin. i-oo.
NEAT CIMENT One part Cement
Three Parts Sand
After days. After 18 da l. After 1 days. After el days
ALSEN ts,' MH o6 )6r
DYCKERHOFF (si. -4 . 14I ).
PREMIUMS. World s Fair. Chicago, ltg Adelaide Jubilee Irt El'n 1887. Centennial Inf. Ei n
pieiroume tew. new eaiana 01 so. 3 ex n, inmeoin irpo-uc
CAPACITY AND SALES -1 he output cl the "ALSEN ' fee
that nf anv Manufactory of Portland Cement In Eurora.
The yearly sales of Alien s Portland Cement In the letted States Is Rreater than that of any other brand.
The following lest made Inanuat work by Cor D C. Hoisttn Corps of Engineers. U.S.A. at the
sea wall around Governor s Island, New York Harbor, has newr been equaled by any other cement. 'It Is
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH. One Cay, J4 pounds: Sevan Days. 600 pounds.
Thirty Days. SiS rounds For Sidewalks It gives the best color and the most endurable wearing surface.
Testimonials from most eminent engineers, architects and ccntractors endorsing the high grade
quality or ALacn rumisnea on application to
Tlxeo. T3L. .PsiTrieg cSs Co., Xjtd.
I Special for i
One Week -'y- rtf
& SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT I
E $2.50 per Dozen 1
I HONOLDLD DRUG CO.,
"W TTa-tcla. "Wliile "S"oia. Sleep
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Office Room 4 Model Block
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Jobbing ; Promptly : Attended : To.
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Store and Office Fitting.
Plans and Estimates Furnished,
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Honolulu, H. I.
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Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queon (treat. Honolnla
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To rtar of old stand. Entrance, on King
(treat. Order lift at either shop, or office,
at John Nott's ibre, King street, will re
tire prompt attention. UJitf
merles Is. atlha present time, larger than
P. U. BOX 114.
carload of the celebrated
Green River Whisky
(THE WHISKY WITHOUT A HEADACIIU k
Special discounts to the ,
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Hotels and Restaurants.
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The Best Meal
The Best Service
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:: At Popular Prices ::
9-Meals at all Hours: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
Tu be had for the money.
0L06INQ OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and Grocers.
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Frult.Ranch Bfifis,
Butters Cheese, &c.'
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, King ritreet.
for dinner (jiving .mil for
luncheon and for entertain
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stantly LEWIS & CO.,
Ttlipbont j4o. "in Fort St.
For National Progress
Stands Republican Party
Washington, Aug. 8. In time of
pence prepare for war is an axiom no
less essential for tho Well being of n.
nation than another: In tlmo of pros
perity prepare for niherslty. Times are
prosperous now. Neer before In our
history has such an Immense ami profi
table olume of business been linndM.
It cannot be expected that all jeais
will bo like this K.ir. Crops will fall.
Speculation Induced by prosperity mav
lead to unsafe Imcstmcnts and conse
quent hard times, flut the wise ad
ministrators of the Nation must an.l
will provide ns far ns possible to so
direct and diversify the Industries of
the Nation that n good degree of pros
perity may be expected under alt nor
mal conditions. As n people we grow
more than we can eat. We dig fr.in
our mines more than we can consume
We spin, weine, forge, shape and make
more than we can use I'leld, forcit,
furnace and factory all produce mole
than enough to supply any possible do
mestic demand. This Is a conditio!.,
not n theory,, which can be met In but
one of two ways. Reduce the output
or Increase the purchasers. The for
mer Is contraction. The latter is ex
pansion. It ts Impossible to stand still.
Wc must go forward or backward. The
channels of the world's commerce are
ncer stagnant. The struggle of tho
twentieth century wilt be for the mar
kets. Business knows no sentiment.
The purchaser, whether Turk. Japan
ese. Kngltsh or Yankee, will buy where
he can buy the cheapest. The Nation rompel pence and Justice among the
that can undersell the rest of the world nations of the earth. It Is the policy
will control the commerce of the world, which will hasten that blessed time
It is the settled policy of the RcpitWl- promised by the prophet of old win 11
can party to protect our Industries, !.- the sword shall be beaten Into plow
courage manufacturing, nnd thus creilo slimes and the spear Into pninlnj
n constant demand for labor. This, hooks. It Is tho Republican policy,
however, is only half of the problem, j
The nation or the Individual that In-1 Surgeon Joseph M. Heller, who lus
creases production, without enlarging ' seen brne service In the Philippines
the demand and Increasing consump nnd has Just gotten home, has given an
Hon, wilt come to grief. Goods stacked Interesting description of a l'lllplro
up in warehouses represent dead inpl- fete In which n toast was drunk to
tnl paid out both in material and labor, "llrjnn and Aguluuldo." .Mr. Ilryun
MeKlnley, not content with opening the
factory, opened the tnuikcU to nbsoib
the output of loom, spindle, pick and
The result is almost beyond belief.
The exports of the United Stntes for
the fiscal year 1900 amounted to the
enormous sum of $1,391,479,214. This
Is divided among nit classes of Indus-
tries, nnci tne increase over Hie tlscal
jenr of 1899, the best the country lud
ecr before known under any admin
Istrntlon. was as follows:
Fisheries S l.Ovv.uOO
Now to keep up this record nnd pro
vide for 11 normal growth Is tho pur
pose of the Republican party. It has
recently perfected n reciprocity treaty
with German, and another with Italy
In order to Increase the sales of Ameil
enn products in thoso hinds, u policy
Inaugurated by that matchless Ameri
can statesman James fl. Iltalne.
The ndmlnlstratlnn secured "nn op-n
door nolle)" In the Orient so Hint
when the Chinese troubles are over,
without the necessity of taking a foot
nf land or keeping n single soldier In
China, our products shall have every
ndvnntngo enJo)ed by thoso of the moat
favored nations Interested In tho r.iiiit.
The importance of this diplomatic
triumph may bo tu some extent realiz
ed when It Is remembered that bne
thtrd of the produrts of all the looms
of the Southern States finds n market
In tho Orient.
It Is the pronounced policy nf tho
Republican party to stlmuhto trade
tho world over. It mlwicntcs n ship
subsidy bill, so Mint essels may llcnt
the American flag, transport American
goods, cany Ameilcuu mnlls, nnd opn
new markets for American piodiiu.
Amerlcnn hnnklng Institutions nrci cs
tnbllshed In both the. IJust and 'Jt
Indies In order thntxrhnnge of money
may be effected without our business
having to pnss through Loudon, pay
ing n toll to British financiers.
Tho Republican party advocate the
laying of a Pacific cable with landing
places on American territory. Hawaii,
Guam and the Philippines. Tho lack
of such a cable Is felt more nnd mow
every day, and its nperntlon would
havo simplified very much tho Chlnt'o
situation. Close mall and telegraphic
communication are oottcr th in armies
to keep nations nt peace with ench oth
er. The Republican party stands pledged
to encourage the building of an IstJi
mlan rannl, not as a fnmentor of war,
hut as a peaco measure and n commerce
stimulator, because such n trai s
occnnle wnteiwuy would facilitate tho
trunsportntlon of Amerlcnn goods, and
nllovv this country to securo moro trni'e
In foieigu markets.
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The mission of the party of prosper
ity will not bo cner until there are no
more markets to conquer. It Is chant
ed that this Is not a noble mission, that
It Is rank commercialism. Hut It Is
mure than that. It ts rank Industrial
Ism. It is providing work for fac
tories, labor for laborers, transporta
tion for goods. It makes the pay roll
fatter. It Is the policy that cancels
mortgages, builds homes for working
men, creates n demand for the grain of
the field, the meat of the pasture, and
the iron and coil of the mine. It Is
rational nnd national prosperity found
ed on wisdom; not a promised prosper
ity created by cutting a dollar In two
nnd calling each half n whole.
A radical departure from this policy
Is advocated by the Democrats in their
nowcd purpose to destroy protection
and oppose expansion. The triumph
of their policy, If put upon the stn
tutc books, would result In American
furnaces becoming cold and American
shuttles being silent. English loot is
would weae for us nnd German mills
would do our forging. American la
bor would dnd Its occupation gone.
There Is a difference between the
two political parties. The Republicans
do want to gocrn the markets of tho
world, and to reign over the distribu
tion of the world's bread and meat, so
Miring In this way work at home for
every honest laborer, markets for the
products of our rams, and becomlt.g
such a factor In tho world that will
ought to send word to the Plllplno reb,l
chiefs, thiough Senator Pcttliirew who
seems a useful go-between, that Sir.
Stciensnn Is the candidate of the Dem
ocratic party for Vice President nnd
Tho school teachers of Cuba had 1
glorious trip to this country In the
government transport. After going
back to Cuba they will lie nble to wo-k
with broadened Ideas nnd freshenel
zenl for the welfare of the growing
generation of Cuba. This Incident is
part and parcel of Republican "Im
perialism." It Is surprising that, ns
such. It is meeting with no denuncia
tion from the orneles of the Democratic
In one )enr (1S94) of Democratic
vote the wngc cuiners of the I'nlted
Stntes depleted their savings deposits
li) more thnu J7.u0O,O0n. Since Sic
Klnlc) has been President they have
turned enough to save and Invest a
surplus In savings banks deposits alone
of moie than $182,000,000.
The "Full Dinner Pull" Is un argu
ment for the farmer 11s well ns for iho
city laborer. Who supplies what Is
put In tho pall? The farmer. If the
tit) laborer has his wages cut In two
by free silver, nnd Is put out of a Job
by the closing of the iiiIIIh, the farmer
suffers equally: for the farmer may
give away, but he cannot sell, tno
products of his farm which the city
laborer ennnot nrford to buy. It Is he
cause of the "full dinner nail" that ho
has paid off his mortgages, nnd bee omo
a lender of money where he ucd to he
What Is Sir. nr)nn's plan for the dis
position of the Philippines? 'Ihe only
Inference from his speeches Is that re
would loose fair promises and honcjed
wends, and on the strength of theso
would withdraw the American trcups,
from the Philippines. Whut could pre
vent, nfler vvlthdinwul of tho American
tioops, tho snme horrors in SInnlln that
have visited Peking? What would
become of the natives who havo helped
tr suppress the Tngal Insuirectlon af
ter they wcro thus left to the devlres of
tho Agulnnldo, whose cruelty did lot
stop nt the murder of his own gen
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HAWAII LAND CO.
Capita Stock - - $100,000,
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. O Achl President A Manager
St. K. Nakulus. Vice President
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
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or sell UnJj in all rarts of the Hawaiian
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H. P. IMLDWIN Preslcnt
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W. M. ALfeXANDLR ...2nd Vice-President
J. P. COOKL Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary anj Auditor
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