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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I . WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. iqoo.
SHIRT WAIST MAYOR GLEASON
HAWAII LAND CO.
iKents. Brokers and Jobbers.
HAD TO DON HIS COAT
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
Benson, Sm it li& Co., Ltd
COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8TS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
Ifttit itronetit and mott irvlccbU cement nuJt ani will permit Oit 4mtituTt of a Urgt r amount of itni
r gravel, with Its lost of strength, than any other brand; It la there! ora lha most economical.
AL?tr mi rj cvuil in wuluh nncncaa ana SAnuLAKKiinu iapai.ii t it wt lulls
muKC LLMtttJ iu A UAKKcLtnan other
tESS PER BUSHEL, (meaaurlnp about 10 PER CENT
fcrindi. which very materially REDUCES Its cost aa compareiwtth other cetnenta) It la therefore an ECONO
MICAL ctmtm 10 ut ana arcijiniLT auakibu run rinc LunLKCic wukk.
Tenitle Strength In Pounli Par Squrt Inch MaJa at Royat Tatting Station, Berlin, iSSo-oo.
NSAT ClMlIT One part Cement
" Three Parts Sani
After? days. After at days. Altar? days. After 8 days,
ALSEN mH 4)H jootf jMK
HJt ,, .T04K . .. 1
Melbourne, if 88. New Zealand ft So. S. Ex'n. Dunedln,
CAHAUITT A NO SALtS I tit output OT in
PREMIUMS: World's Fair. Chicago. 1B9 AJelatia Jubilee Int. Ea'n 1SS7. Centennial Int. Ea'n
ALSEN'' factories Is, atlht prtMnttlme, larger than
that of any manufactory of Portland Cement in Europe.
The yearly salts of Alsen's Portland Cement In the United States Is greater than that of any other brand.
1 ne o ownr hm. maa in actual worn cy -oi. v.
ea wall around Governor's Island, New York Harbor,
Lai. D. C. Houston. Corsa of Enrlnecri. U. S. A., al lha
nas never oeen equaiea cy any oiner cameot. 11 is
sounds: Sevan Davs. 600 eounis.
Thirty Da, 81I rounds. For Sidewalks It gives the bast color and tha most endurable wearing surface.
testimonials rrom most rmmrni rniinvfri, aritiuvii mat t,unirauuii vn or tine inv win giad
foallty of "ALbtN furnished on application to
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH) m One Day, 184
Testimonials from most eminent engineers.
T3a.eo. T. IPsre-leg Ss Co,, ULita..
PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM ?
R With Crushed Fruits I
M HONOLULU - DRUG - CO. i
B : All other are Imitations K
B Families anj Parlors Supplied at SHORT NOTICE. : B
Our Ice Cream Soda is the talk of the W
New York, Aug. 9. For many years
former Mayor Patrick J. Oleason of
Long Island City has taken his meals
In a restaurant attached to Miller's Ho
tel on Iloston avenue. Everything was
sizzling about noon today when he en
tered the restaurant and took a scat.
The former Mayor was coatlcss and
woro a ruffled front, pink and white
shirt waist It swelled out like a bal
loon around the cx-boss's bulky form
and It was suggested that he had an
arrangement of electric fans Inside to
There was one person In the restau
rant to whose eye Gleason's new hoi
weather make-up failed to appeal. II
was Henry Mitchell, the colored head
waiter. Owing to many tips a bond of
loyalty exists between Henry and the
ex-boss, but on this occasion Hcnty
had n duty to perform. He maneuvered
around n few minutes and then said:
'Say, Mlstah Oleason, you know the
rules of this heah house?"
"8ure," replied Olcason. "Uen
eatln' here forty years. Stick to the
bill of 'fare and no tick. Just let me
have corn beef an' "
"Hoss, Iso got ter ask yer agin (
yousc knows de rules of dls heah din
Then Henry sprinted away a. few
feet as Oleason wiped his eye glasses
and glared at him.
"Now, see here, neighbor," said tbo
ex-Mayor severely, "don't try that on
an old man like, me, because I don't
like It. Now give me some beef in'
"Iso got de greatest respect for yo,
Mlstah Oleason, but Ise got n duty ter
peffom," persisted Henry. "It's aglmt
de rules of dls house for any man to
cat In his nightgown. How dar." This
time Henry sprinted back toward the
kitchen, while Oleason droppsd the bill
"Come back here! Come back hero,
you son of a Hottentot! Oh, you "
It was very evident to those who heard
the remainder of the conversation
that the former Mayor was angry. "Me
dlntn' In night shirt!" he roared.
"But that I am a peaceful man there
would be a wake not for from here."
Finally the hotel clerks, waiters and
Interested friends held a consultation.
It was finally decided to ask the for
mer Mayor to put on his coat. It was
with reluctance that Gleason som
pllcd. He sighed as his coat crushel
down over his gorgeous shirt waist.
"To think that I should come to this
and In mo own town," he said mourn
fully. "Put on me coat! Yes, being
I'm a man of peace I'll put on me coat
for the sake of harmony In the party.
After forty years' eatln' In this ptao
and then to be told to put on mo eon!
Never again will I attempt to load
fashion. I'm too old to turn duds.
Henry, me boy, you're nil right. You've
learned me a lesson not to get gay In
mo old age. No, I'll never again try
to lead fashion; hereafter I'll Just stick
British Guard at
The first meeting of tho Honolulu
Driving Association was held at ths
Hawaiian hotel last evening. Tho fol
lowing officers were elected: Edgar
Halstcad president; Lorry II. De,
vice presfdenf, M. Dlggs, secretary
and Chas. Dclllnn, treasurer. The
nbovo as ex-ofTlcIo members, together
with tho following, constitute tho
board of dlrectois: K. II. Richards, .1.
M. McDonald, Dr. It. Shaw, Wm. Nor-
ioii.o.ii.uriKUy.w..wu,....uuu.I)CfIo )0nU ,, , ,0rpc(,o ,)0at dtf.
I.. Soulc. istroyer Virago making an attempt to
A leuer irom inu pur cummiHsiuiu:ra
was read by the secretary. In this, tha
Capita Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. 0 Achl President A Manage)
M. K. Nukulno...... Vice President
J. Makuliml .Treasurer
Enoch Jolin-on , decretory
Oeo. L. Desh. .Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Mplkune.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell UnJj In all parti of the Hawaiian
Inlands; and also hs houses In the City
of Honolulu for tent. 1489-yl
H. P. tlALDWIN Preslitait
J. B. CASTLE st Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDER..r-jnd Vice-President
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Visitors are cordially Invited tc
all and Inspect our gallery of life
die royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date. '
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
Victoria, I). C Aug. 9. The naval
and military force at Esqulmalt anil the
forts which surround Victoria has been
engaged In an Interesting perlcs of
maneuvers during tho present week.
On Wednesday night theso were
brought to a conclusion by thrcp tor-
"W"e "Wetclx "W2a.ile "STovl Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Rotlttlo Wolchmtn lurnlihoa lor ttotti nd pioptrty.
ooa connaeniui won 01 iorw.
Office Room 4 Model Block
Btit City itlwtncn turnltt4. DtLctlv.
t. O. BOX 3S4,
? Otcenehoro, A'y., July 13, 1000.
MESSRS W. 0. PEA COCK ,( 00., LTD.
. HFAIi STR8: k
Am pleated to inform you that tc hare just received notice from fc
2 the Government that GREEN MVEll WHISKY has again been
ltd (or the exclusive ute for another year in all of the U. S
... I. T ....... ,1 . .Yj-.l .'., .,.0o,-n 1'nun Trill, I
' ,cJ ,. t w xnntrr i nrtir
A cnrloud ot this celebrated Whisky has arrived per Entellc .
Whitney, and will be offered for sole by
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD. I
, Solu AgentH
'tificifX'irK'K'ir'ir ,x,ic,K''Kr'',KK'K,X'ri'f K'K'K'K'K' t?tr
ircWtects, Contractors and Bnllders
Jobbing ; 'Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
' Stoit ini OOct Flttlnt.
PI.di.d1 Eitlmittt Funmhtl.
1488 Hotel Street, near Barracks
..YOU WILL NEED
..FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book -
use of the track at nil times under
condition that It bo kept In repair, was
granted. Tho letter was placed on flic.
Chas. Dclllnn. Albert Moore nnd II.
M. Ayres were appointed n commutes
of three to confer with a commlttoo
from tho labor unions to settle mat
ters concerning Labor Day.
Tho following have already signed
the roll of membership: Fred Harrison,
C. 11. Illvcn, T. Holllngcr, V. It. Iloags.
II. A. Ahlng. E. A .Mclnerny, W. C.
Vida, H. V. Murray, V. A. Hall. C.
J. Waller, Cecil Wood, J. D. Mclnerny,
H. nowor, Fred Smith, It. Shaw, C. II.
Judd, John Ilucklcy, Will E. Fisher,
II. F. Singer, Scelcy I. Shaw, W. L,
Peterson, P. Ellhu, It. W. Anderson,
Ambros Maden, O. Schuman, Oeo. An
drews. W. C. Wilder Jr., II. A. WlldT,
Wm. Norton, Wm. Cornwcll, II. M.
Ayres, L. W. Hough, F. L. Dortch, T,
V. King, F. Ooudlc, J, O. Ilothwcll, I.
Levlngston, D. P. It. Isenberg, J, Ya-
gcs. Oeo. I.ycurgus. w. u uunam,
H. II. Simpson, J. F. Wright, H. Vler-
ra, Jr., Edgar Ilalstead, u. tr. iicssick,
A. C. Dowsett, P. McDonald. II. C.
Vlila, J. II. Hunt, A. II. Moore. Oeo. P.
Dennlson, A. H. Fox, C. D. Chase,
Stearns Duck, S. H. Orlgsby, F. M.
Howland, C. H. Ilelllna A. L. Soule,
John T. Campbell, W. T. Monsarrn?,
II. II. Edmunds, Dr. Kowat, W, T.
Helllna, Chas. H. Durpcc. W. II. Dlggs.
II. D. Ames, J. Dasscl, Wm. Ackerman.
L. W. Merrill, J. II. Carman, L. II.
Dee, J. C. Qulnn C. J. Falk, II. Ar
mltace. W. R. Itlley. V. W. lieardslee,
J. W. McDonald. A. W. Sinclair, J. ,l.
Bclse, Oeo. T. Klucgcl, W. W. Wright,
Will Wright. Fred Wright. D. T. Kat
sitnuma, L. F. Prcscott, J. S. Anilrad",
F. S. Douglas, C. J. McCarthy. Duke
McNlchol, L. Nuncs, L. L. Lowe and U
A FEW VERY OES1RABLB BUILD
INGLOTS on Niunu Avenut.at Nlo
iopa, Nuuanu Vallt) for sals. Apply tt
J. M. fr'NSARRAT,
Cartwrltht Block, .reliant itrwt
enter Esiiulmalt harbor, where the Ur-
ger ships of the fleet nro at anchor,
without being detected by the sentinel
at tho forts which guard Victoria anil
Esquimau and extend toward Ilaie
All lights on the little vessels wero
extinguished and they mado n dash
for tho harbor entrance from tne
strnltn. The sentinels did not know of
their coming, but the boats were still
some way off when the searchlights
from the forts and navy yard wero
thrown on them, Bcvcrnl attempts be
ing mado to get Into the harbor by
different routes, but each failed.
The officers arc much pleased with
the result, expressing tho opinion thut
It would be Impossible for an Invading
fleet to get past the forts and subma
rine mines which guard Drltaln's baso
on the North Pacific.
W. C. ACH1 & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
XT Wswill Bay or f,iB EsUUlt
II puts of the group.
tW We will Btll FropertlM on Beuon
)FFICE. 10 West King Streei
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Mnei rianiauon io.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. C$.
H.G. Irwin &6o.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of Baa
Ilaldwln Locomotive Works, ol
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fats
tlllzcrs for Cane and Coffee.
Heed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
I'arntnne Paint Co.'s P. & D. PalnU
and Papers; Lucol and Linseed
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurtne (a cold-water paint), a.
whlto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lima
CASTLE & GOOKB
n w.i,iu. Atticuitivii Co., L .:
Th. Kobtla Su r Co
Th WtitBtt Sum, Mill Co.
Tbo Koloo AcrlcuTtufal Co.
Tto Fullon lion Work,. St. looli. Mo.
T Slindirl Oil Co.
Tho Goo. f. Bilbo Stoooi Poaot,
Jbo N.w Enjln4 Lllo loioiuco Co, ol Boo
THO Flro loo. Co. ol HortloH. Son
Tho AlUinco Attuiooco Co ol LooOoo.
tVih. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Ollfard ..Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Sec.
Oeo. J. Hoss Auditor
ICG Delivered Free
To liny part ot the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & HARKHAH.
Tel., I5I Blue. P. O. Box Goo.
ttBrlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part or premises desired.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . . .
HOWARD & TRAIN,
lllo ?, Mod.l Block. HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I
P. O. Boi toj. Tolopbooo tig
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Buy latwse k b
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
Ooo.W. Pto !' "I
P. W. Btilo ' P. O. Boi Til
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I. , ...
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
tt Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL XIMD8,
Dealers in Lumlwr and Goal
Queen rtrowt. Hnnnlnln
li. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
T" pur p( old lUnd, Kntnnci on Klni
iIimI, Otitis ltd it tltlur ilmpi or offici,
it John Noll's tvt, Klin ilittt, will r
lvt prowp Attention. Ull-ll
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
TMB BB5T IS CHBAPEST
ttur.foii out tl4 li ilwoyi Hit lol
boctuH th.ro on no totur f oo4i mil. Una tltoto
! Wti.n you tio tllot up lllo oil iloio Ol
ploulnr sow ooo cootuit ui i uiloc now lo
4o It In ttylo.
I Dull. i SI(M io4 Dlipliy Flilum o 010
rioporti lo flcuro with you on any ktna of Intorloi
ilnlih or lumriuio In int y ol olc 01 ttoto tituiii
ptilltlon tnoivlnc, lit., In tint wooit ol til kln4i.
Plioi ml dool(no lot lh nklnf ot
Lowers & Cooke,
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
P. E. R. STRATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agwnt nnd Collector
IHIBTI OP IH
OIANIO STEAMSHIP COMPAQ
OF BAN FBAN0I80O. 0A
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Enelne Co.
Domestic Sewing Mad, ne, Btq
BBWBl & C6.t LTD.,
uumo .uooi. tioooiom u.i
9 Bethel Bt., nenr P. O.
: We will be pleaseJ to fur
nish estimates for complete Electric
Lighting Plants and for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Office: 46 Merohant St.
TURKISH STATESMAN DEAD.
Constantinople, Aug. 10. DJevatl
Pasha, the former Grand Vlzlcr, la
DJerad I'asha first camo into gcne.-nl
notlco when on July 9, 1890, he was
made Governor General of Crete at the
close of a period of disturbance. In tho
settlement of which he bore a promi
nent part as commander of the Turkish
troops. He was then a yours soldier
of recognized skill and marked Intel
lectual and literary ability. The fol
lowing year, September 3, on the dis
missal ot Klamll Pasha, Grand Vizier,
he was called to that high office, which
he fllleil to the satisfaction of his mas
ter, If no one elso, during the troublous
times ot tho four years following.
Soon after tho Inception of the Ar
menian troubles ho wag dismissed,
Juno S, JVJ5, ami ail l-asna, a inrmor . . d.,,.!,,,, Plr.r
mmmr m w4Tmimii -w -w
Hotels and Bestanrants,
V WiViYmiiYiVi irVftf, C U 10
': MAGIC ; headaches
i WAFERS hraakfait.
THE ORPHEDH CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
IN THE CITY
Kai other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, pins, and an extensive varlet)
f it velry.
to4V ort Street
Howollon Artlcullunl Cojtoy, AboiIch too
Componv. OoHila Surtr PUnl. Co , Onoaoo Iih
Co., Hononu Suf or Co., Willuku Sut 11 Co.. tSmm
Sucor Co . tl.l.ik.lo Ror.th Co., Molokol Ronoti
PUnm'o Lino Son Fr nco l'dr . Il wo.
k Co.'o Llni of Bottn Pockol.
LIST OK OFFICERS
0. M. Cooke, President) Qeorco b
Itobertdoii, Managor) E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary Col, W.
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. WaUr
houM, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
(Irani! Vizier, appointed In his stead. '
After his (llnmlfcxal I)Joad Pasha lived
-MEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la I
C. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First cuss work guarantei:L
Uiilon St. near Hotel I Wo
In comparnttvo retirement, is Is usuil carte or Table D'Hote.
with ex-Gram! Vlzlero, until tho out- nenr. vn,i tud
l,rAb nf ll.i. Tiirlm.l!rnlnn 'nr. 'liln WC Urrcn I JU inn
ho was again railed Into tho ciiuiimI.i
nf his country. Koon afler tho clusn ol
thn war hi) again dropped Inln colli'
purntlvn rcllrcimnt. thuugli nlwts
li'cni'iilziil us line uf tint nlilitt iiirn At
llio Kultiin'ii ui 1 1.
: Best 5c. Cigar
In ue IimI for thn money,
TO OIIIII! 'A COM) IN ONK DAY
Tn Im MxaIIvo llromn ()iilnlun Tuliloli.
All ilruHKlxis refund Ilic iiiuney If II
fulls In dux, li, V, (linve'n nlgust'iro
U mi tacit Ims, ii ttnU,
(JWHINO OUT AM. OUH DOMKHTIt
Uejiver Lunch Rooms
II, J. NOI.T0,
bdnersl llanagsr of
rb) RqrjjUbla Life AsmuM Socittf
0 Um United BtatM for tbo Bawmltw
Of tun i M-ixhrnnt U t Hot
M. PHILLIPS k 00.,
Wholesale Importors and Jobbtrs
.aropMn ud American D7 foe
Fo t and Qnesn BtrwtU.
S. HAOEFELD & 00., Lid
-GKEBAL COMMISSION A8EITI
Oor. Fori and Qdmd HlrMis HrnlIr
Cm satisfy your wants t
I If you mention them in IU
The World Register
Keep the Cash whllo you am busy
Try ono o
On Marble and Granite.
Foiiocb and Lawn
Haw'D Iron Fence and Honoralal Ci
tl KIhk Mirost,
- (. S 1l& . it. . fe VtmUMMm.