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THE F.VENtNr. BULLETIN: WONOf.ftl.il, W I . TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, ifyvv
JUST RECEIVED A LARGB SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
li tna strongest ana molt ttrvktablt cement mdt and will permit the admixture of a larger amount of tana
or gravel, with lest lose of strength, than any other HanJ; It 1s therefore the most economical.
. "ALSEN" has NO EQUAL In COLOK, FINENESS anl SAND CARRYINd CAPACITY. It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (measuring ar-out to PER CENT. MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than other
brands, which very materially REDUCES Its cost as compared with other cements) it Is thereto ra an ECONO
MICAL cement to use and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR TIN E CONCRETE WORK.
Tensile Strength In Pounds Per Square Inch Made at Royal' Testing Station, Berlin, iSSo-oo.
MAT Cement One part Cement
Three Parts Sand
After ? days. After ,S dart. After ? days. After at days
ALSEN WH 4H )SX j6K
DYCKEKHOFF ti)i TK 1.3 jisg
PREMIUMS! World's Fair, Chicago, ilo) Adelaide Jubilee Int. Ea'n i8Sr. Centennial Int. Ex'n
wieicourne, issb. new icatand si do. s. tin, uunetfrn, issj-oo.
CAPACITY AND SALES.- fin output of the "ALSEN'' factories Is, at Hit present
l at of anv manufactory or Portland Omtnl In Furore.
The yearly sales of Alten's Ptrtland Cement In the United States Is greater than that of any other brand
The following test made in actual work by l. ol. D. C. Houston, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A.. at the
tea wa'l around Oovernor's Island, New York Harbor, hat never been equaled by any other cement. It It
at follows' ,
TLNSILESTRCNCTHPER SQUARE INCH: One' nay, lie poinds; Seven Dayt, 600 poundt
Thl.ly L-s, Sit pound,. For bldewalke It givet the best color and the most endurable steering surface.
Testimonials from most eminent engineers, architects and contractors endorsing the high grade
quality of "ALSEN" furnished on application to
Tla.ec XC. XDa-vies s Co., X-itd..
PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM
With Crushed Fruits
Families anJ Parlors Supplied at SHORT NOTICE.-
Our Ice Cream
TXTe '7's.tcla. Wla.ile "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
Rettablt Watchmen furnished for ttoret and property. Best City references furnished. Detective
and confidential work ol all toils, :i
Office Room 4 tyodel Block
THB TRUB CRITERION
The attention of Connoisseurs is called to the superlative
quality of Pommery
shipped to this country.
Home or wine connoisseurs, wnere
QUALITY REGULATES PRICE
POMMERY commanJa from Two to Six
at per nguret taxen irom icuiey t wine ana spirit iraat circular, Lonaon.
Potnmcry Vintage ug 86s. to on.
G. II MUMM " .Sg tos. " tit.
PEkRILR JO ET " i8g Extra Cuvte GCjt. " C61.
M- l":T AND CHANDON " till " rtnt.il. " 8.1. id.
LOUIS ROEDLREK ' ll " J6s. " 741.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
Catton, Neil! & Co., Ltd.
S LET Or 1 LET IE 2 -E5 S
Boilermakers : : and : t Electrician.
The - General - Electric - Gompanj
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co., - Ltd..
Cor. Fokt and Mibchant Strejti,
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
The World Renowned Brand of Clgart
-tjillictxi : JFLxxssell-
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended ; To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor anil Builder.
Store and Office Fitting.
Plant and fcttlmatee Furnished.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
a. A.HOWAID, Jl.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
He t, Model Block. HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I
P. O, B01 ro. Telephone 989
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Geo. W. Pag. Tel, ate
P, W, Beardatee P. O. Box Til
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms a-4. Arlington Annex.
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
Or ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and O011I
Queen utrnot. Honolulu
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
strut. Otuff left at either shop, or offict,
it John Nott's store, Kin; street, will rr
Mlvs prompt attention. MU'tf
DRUG -' CO.
All others are Imitations
Soda is the talk of the
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
P. (1. BOX 2S4.
Cluimpugne which is being
In London, the acknowledged
Dollart more a case than other leading brandt.
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
Call ami tte them.
We also have a
Fine line of . . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundred in utc in this city.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
FIXTURES , .1
will help you to do It ' "
THB BBST IS CHEAPEST
theralort our tld.lt alvayi the lowe.t
because there are no better goodf.raade than' those
we tell -. t
I When you art filing , up the old ttore or
planning anew one consult m regarding how to
do It In style.
I Betldet Slgu and Display Fixtures we are
prepared to figure with you on any kind of Interior
finish or furniture In the way of ofhe. or ttore fixture!
partition thelvlng, etc.. In hard woodt of all kinds.
Plant and designs lor the asking of
Lowers & Cooke,
VsjitVmYiViViWiiiV. c u re
1 MAGIC jj: headaches
l WAFERS breakfast.
MtWtWtffWfmiii W coat, ull drugKUt.
Hfluj WalePDOuse k Co
SHIRT WAIST MAN MEETS
WITH VERY TROUBLESOME TIMES
New Orleans, Aug. 11. rho riilrt waist man has como to town. His re
ception was not cordial. He .ippc.tred In the main cafe tf the St. Chirlen
Hotel nnd was ord.-.ict' out, IU appeared In the Indies' ind men's cafe of Iho
Hotel Orunewald anJ was oritcr.nl out there nlso. He appears! on the corner
of Datiphlne and Canal utrccti' las: bvenlng and rested there for twcnty-rUo
minutes unmolested. a. crowd of :oo people gazed at hint nnd the girls riih
her necked at him, hut tho cops did .lot Interfere. Harly In tits urternoon n
young man connected with a well Known retail store, and csDsolally linonn
In sporting and athletic lcrcla, itaiintcrcd Into Antonio's rcstnmant, and
took a seat at a tnhle. He vors gray-slrlpcd trousers, tan shoai, Itiiktia
leather belt, nnd n neglige shirt with 1 tail turn over collar, and n co'cred silk
cravat. Except for the absence of tl.e coat nnd waistcoat, ho was attired as
any well dressed man. T.ie rcstnurnnt was crowded and the ndveni of ihe
newcomer was followed ly a hi?.7. 'A excited comment.
"It's a shirt waut man," "I wonder whether they'll serve him." "He has
good nerve," were some of the whispers that passed from Up to lip. Among
the help there was n stilt greater commotion. Hut no lnsrtuctlons had been
Issued against nerving shirt wnlst m''ii nnd the .waiter carried out his ordr.
Tho restaurant Itn-ld-Mit was rot the only shirt In '.rJcu. of the day. A
large dry goods houso on Cauil Jircet put a lot of tho now ga-ments In one of
their windows during the afternoon und Issued an order to nil li clerks In
Its furnishing department to adopt the stylo until further nolle?. The mnn
agcr said that nhout two dozen wt ro sold beforo closing time. Tho next few
days will dccldu the fate of the r.lilrt-walat man In New Orleans. It ill
probably bo against him, as tins club men have all said the shirt waist Is
suitable for tho seaside, but not tor tho city.
How Labor Day After
noon Was Enjoyed by
SOME VERY GOOD TIME
MADE BY THE HORSES
Thousands of People Have a Good
Time-Some Exciting Episodes
Two Bands of Music in
There was an Immense attendance,
at tho track nnd field sports nt Kaplj
lnnl l'nrk In tho afternoon. The grand
stand wns Jammed hundreds of pcoplo
swarmed on the track nnd scores of
carriages occupied with sightseers
stood within the truck circle. Doth lb'--Government
nnd Concordia bands were
present and played nltcrnutcly.
The Honolulu Driving Association's
Judges wero Dr. J. Shaw, II. II. Ed
duonds nnd John V. McDonald. M. II
Dlggs was clerk of course.
Two exciting episodes took place.
Ono wns the throwing of Jockey Nich
ols In a match race. Happily he es
caped with slight abrasions of the
scalp nnd arms. Tho other was In tho
2:40 class trotting race. Jim Qulim
was scoring Fred Eros when tho lines
broke nnd tho horse rnn nway. At
nbout tho first furlong post Quinn
climbed over the animal's back and got
hold of tho lines. Ho wns getting th-j
horse well under control when Capt.
Fox of tho mounted patrol clasliol
alongside, frightening the runaway.
Tho result was tho wrecking of '.hu
sulky, while Quinn wns thrown vloleiti
ly upon the track. He limped bade
past tho stand, amidst uproarious ap
plause, asked the Judged for tlino to get
another sulky and wns soon In tho
Trotting and pacing to harness, mllo
heats best 2 out of 3. Purse $100. En
tries Artie V Cnpt. Simla; Wnlter P..
C. II. Judd; Hilly, V. T. Monsarrat;
Fred Eros, Jaeger. Won by Walter P.,
2:27Vi nnd 2:31.
Half mllo blcyclo race. Geo. Deah-i,
1st; A. F. Ellsworth, 2d; Dan Smith,
3d. Time, 1:33.
Trotting and pacing to harness, 2:21
class, mllo heats, best 2 out of 3. En
tries Silas S C. II, Judd; Albert M..
I.. II. Dee; Lustre, C. II. Dclllna. Silas
S. took first heat In 2:20. Albert M
crossed tho lino first In the Becoml her.r,
but on allegations that he had passed
Silas S. by running tho heut and tho
race was awarded to Judd's horse. Mr,
Deo protested tho mco, announcing that
If the money wero paid over to Mr,
Judd ho would sue for It.
Quarter mllo blcyclo raco for hoys
under 1G, Gcorgo Madeiras, 1st: ,Oen.
Gomes, 2d; Joe Decker, 3d, Time, 19
Running raco, throe "Ighths piMe
das"h, Purso $23. Entries Venus, V.
H. Corn well; Lei, C. II. Judd, Wnl
pahu, J, T. Wright; Davo, M. Ilodrl
gues. Won by Venus In 39 Bccntlc.
A match race between My.tcry and
Maunalelll was won by tho former by
about a head. Maunalelll came home
riderless, Nichols tho Jockey having
been thrown In the homestretch py tho
breaking of a stirrup. It was declired
no raco, after a great deal of argument
on both sides, on tho ground of an tin
ofllclal start. Dr. Monsarrat had boon
sent to start tho race. Before ho reach
ed the post Ronnie Judd nt the mu
tual request of tho Jockeys gavo the
start. In the meantfmo a request from
tho owner of Mystery reacheti tho
Judges to chnngo liH Jockey, wonahuc,
as ho had heard tho race was fixed,
Ono hundred yards dash, open, Wll
sey, 1st; W. Vlda, 2d; Antone Kaoo, 3d,
Trotting nnd pacing to harness, 2:40
class, mile heats best 2 out of 3.
Purso $100. Entries Dan McCarthy,
S. Qrlgsby; Mongoose, C. II. Judd;
Pretl Hros, Jaeger. The first heat was
won by Dan McCarthy In 2:."H; Fred
I'ros 2d. Mongooso won (tceoml nn.l
third heats In 2:28 nnd 2:32(4, ."red
Hros was withdrawn the third heat.
Running race, half mile dash. Puree
$50. Kntrles Sir Casslmlr, Prince
David; Lei, C. II. Judd. Sir Casslmlr
won In SI seconds.
Pony rnce, three-eighths mlln dns'.i.
Purse 123. Entries Maualala, Ntin.'s;
Molly Morosco, J. D. O'llrlen; Jennie,
M. Itodrlgucs; Post Hoy, Jas. Carey;
Kaena, Kacnn; Rosebud, V. II. Corn
well. Hosebttd won easily In Wi.
Trotting nnd pacing to hnrnostt, free
for nil, mile heats, best 2 out of 3.
Purse $100. Kntrles Lustre, 0. H.
llolllna; V. W. Woods, Prince D.tvld.
Albert M, hnlng gone lame In the 2:24
class, wus withdrawn. Woods won In
2:2315 and 2:21.
Running race, tbree-citiarter mile
dash. I'ttrse $73. Entries Antidote,
Geo. Andrews; Venus, W. II. Cornwall?
Aloha, M, II. Dlggs. Venus won In
1:20, Antidote making a brave attempt
at his old-time victorious finishes.
Tho wheel and foot races scheduled
with the track events nre given above
Field sports were ns follows:
Prizes for nil but tho half-mile bi
cycle, which were $10, $5 nnd $2.6t,
were $5, $2.30 and $1.
Sack race, CO yards. Charlie Ens'ie,
1st; Thos. Nahlwa, 2d; Kelll Kapahl,
Iloyit SO yards. Kn Gee, 1st; Manual
Camucho, 2d; Kama, 2d.
Apprentices 100 yards. Fred. Platts,
1st; Charlie Ensue, 2d; John Hntt, 3d.
.Men over 50. J. J. llynn, 1st; P, F
Dillon, 2d; T. Sinclair 3d.
Girls under 14. Helma Carlson, lsc;
Nora Costa, 2d; Mary Aylctt, 3d.
Hoys under 18." W. II. Hopkins, 1st;
Charlie Ensue, 2d; Fred. Platts, 3d.
Girls under 18. Helen Murray, 1st;
Hilda Smith, 2d; Mary Aylctt. 3d.
Mechanics. William I.ucas ran nhead
of everybody In full holldayydress, hat
nnd nil, actually backing over tbn Hue
to shako hands with his pursuers. Ho
was declared disqualified, however, and
in tho rtinover Geo. Campbell was 1st
In n close hut fair decision, A. Mitchell
2d and M. Thomas 3d.
A $10 rocking chair was put up liv
a local firm not named for membeis
of tho Honolulu Driving Association.
I.ucaa won over L. ,W. Merrill.
Standing broad jump. I.. W. Morrill,
1st; I.. Caldwell Turner, 2d; A. Kao-j,
Running broad Jump. Turner, 1st;
Al. Elrath, 2d; Knoo, 3d.
Gen. Wheeler Saved
Chicago, Aug. 13. General Joo
Wheeler bus probably had as many op
portunities for displaying quick wit and
a clear bead In an emergency as nr.y
man lUlug, and In all his long career
ho Iihb let none of tho chances go by.
This morning ho saved the life of u boy
In bis' olllces nt the Army headquarters
In tho Pullman building. The buy In
the case was William Jennings Ilryan
Jr., the twelve-year-old son' of tho
Democratic candldato for the Presi
dency. The lad visited General Wheeler, ind
tho latter, after his first greeting, turn
ed to his work and let tho youngster
amuse himself as best ho might. Youri
Ilryan Is very much llko other healthy
boys of his ago, and, naturally enough,
soon got Into mischief. He found a
loose chair caster and then hunted
around till ho secured a big bundle, of
rubber bands. Thcso he tied Into a
long string and then, securing the cas
ter to ono end, went to a window nnd
begun bouncing tho piece of Iron up
and down on the sldowalk, seventy-flvo
The General, engaged wit hhls la
bors, paid no attention to the boy, who
gradually became so Interested In his
play that ho leaned farther and fartluir
out of the casement of tho wlndqw,
"Fighting Joe" happened to glance
up a few moments later and was hor
rified to see the lad hanging with his
whole body over tho sidewalk and only
the toes of his shoes visible, clutching
nn ungle of tho window. Ho sat aghn.it
for a momenj. Then, rushing to the
window, ho pulled the lad In by his
legs and landed him safely on the floor.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. C. Achl.i... ...President A Manage)
M. K. Nakultih Vice 1'reMdonl
J. Makalnst Treasurer
Enoch Jolinon. Soerotary
Ooo.Jj. Destu Auditor
HOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Htplkane
The above Company will buy, lease,
or fell Inn.tj In nil parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; nnd nlso bss hound In the City
f Honolulu for rent. USD-vl
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited ti
all and Inspect our gallery of life
ize royal photos, f jm Kamehameru
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
N. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
XW W wtil Buy or Utll &tl Estate li
1 parts of the group.
OT We will Bell Properties on Bsascu
iFFICE. 10 West Kino Streei
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . . .
P. E. R. STKAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
FininoNl AKnt id Collector
No. 9 Hethol St., near P. O.
it TUphoii x4t.
G. A. GROTE
Mepchaiit -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST ClASS WORK GUARANTEfcL
Union St. nrar Hotel nou
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THB . . .
THE ORPHEUH CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
IWMEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
WB OFFER YOU THB
Best -5c. Cigar
To be had for the money.
OLOSINQ OUT ALL ODK DOMESTIC
Heaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
AaMii. brokers nnd Jobbers.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,
H. P. BALDWIN Presl6it
J. U. CASTLE st Vice-President
W. M. ALb.ANDi:R...-2nJ Vice-President
W. O. SMITH Secretary and AuJItor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Suzar Co.
Olaa Surjar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlltu Sugar Company.
Klhel Phntation Co.
H.1u..lllrin l.rri, Co
Kaliulu! Railroad Company,
The California and Oriental S. S. C.
V. B. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Itcflncry Co., of 8
Ualdulu Locomotive Works, of
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cone Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
in. uiiiandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fr
tlllzers for Cano and Coffee.
Heed's Steam 1'lno Coverlne.
ALSO OFFEIl FOIt SALK
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & D. Palnta
and Papers; Lucol and Linseed
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint),
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lint
CASTLE & COOKE
Tba tx flintatl'ji Co.
nt Wtiiiui ArriciiiMvn Co., L t. :
Nil Kobxlx Surar Co
'hi Wilamfx Suixrllll Co.
Td kTolot Arrlrolrutxl Co.
TSi Fulton Iron Work,, St. toilx. Ma.
Tna Gto. F. Blaka Staaa Plata.
1? 1" E"lan4 Lilt taioraoca Ct, tl tot
Jbt !ru Flrt Int. Co. ol Hanforl, StM
Tbt Alllanca Aituranca Co ol Looitti.
m. G. Irwin & Co.
Wra. O. Irwin. .President and Manner
Claus Spreckcls Vice President.
W. M. Olftard ..Second Vice President,
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Trcas. and Sec
Geo. J. Itoss Auditor
AOWHTS OV IB
CRANIO STEAMSHIP 00MPAf"-
OF BAN KHANGIKCO. CUi
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mac!, nt, Bto
BREWER & C8., UFO.,
Outtn tutti, Honolulu H.I
Hxwallan ArrlcJlurxl Coaoy, Axilcaa ttter
Company, Oolcala Surar Plant. Co , Oomm lua.
Co., Honomii butar Cn., Wxlluka Surar Co . Mafea.
?u' Co,-, Haltakala Uarch Co.. MoTokal Katt,
Manlir a Lint San lr 11, co I'acttl kaa. If at,
Coa Llot ol Bon Pacl.
tlST OF OFKICEBS
C. M. Cooko, President; Geor(e x
llobertsou, Mnnajjari K. F. lilxhop
Treasurer and HecreUryi Col. W. 1
Allen, Audit ir; P. o. Jones, H. Water
liouwi, Oao. I. Carter, Directors.
ltdnerti Httuger ot
rbs Bqaitiblo Life Assutuce Sooiitt
0 ttw IJnlUd Uuuslot the Qwtlll
umoaii Mfxhaui stru. Ilor
M. PHILLIPS k OOT
Wholeuls Importtrs and Jobbers
ioropaan ind Americu Dry ivm
to t and queen Streets
T. HACKFELD k CO.,Lk
EKERAL COMMISSION ABEin
.r Fort tad -Queen BtreeU II ..!.
The World Register
Ket)( the Cash while you are bntj
Try one o
On Marble and -Granite,
WORK , s
Ponces and Lawn
flaw'D lroo Fewfs sdli WiiiiDneDial Co
611 Kivtt Htreet,