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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. ... WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER j, 1900.
JU8T RECEIVED A LARGD
Alsen Portland Cement
li the itronjul and moit tervlceaWe cement made and will perhll the admixture o( larger amount ot aana
01 T.'.VliS '.'' '" lo ot tirenitth, than any other brand, II li therefore the mott economical,
t cccilNn ,hrV. EQUAL In COLOH. FINENESS and SAND CARRYING CAPACITY. It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (measuring about to PER CENT MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than other
HWiV "nltn " matttlally REDUCES In cost ae compared with other cementi) It la therefore an ECONO
MICAL cemfnl to uh and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK.
t .. e . . r. . - CoMPARATlVB TESTS.
Tcnille Strength In Poundl Per Square Inch Mad el Royal Teitlng Station, Berlin, iS8?-oo.
NEAT CUmekt One part Cement
Three Parti Sand
,- After r days. After etdayl. After rdayi. After i8dayi
M PKEMIUMSi WorU's Fair, Chleieo,iS9j AieUtie JuMle Int. Ei'n itti. CtnlcnnUf Int. Ex'n
Melbourne. 1SS8. Nw Zealand & So. S. Ex'n. Duned,n. 1880-00.
wi-Auii AnuaALLbine output of the "AL5EN factoms Is, aunt present time, urcer inin
ifcit of any manufactory of PortUnJ C merit In Europe.
1 ne yearly met ot Alten'i Prtlan4 Cement In the
Tht followlnir ll mud In arm I urnrlr
ua work ov (.01. u.
a nan at UUII4 UUVCrriOT I III ana
New York Harbor,
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH
Thirty Jpeyi. 8t8 roundt For Sldewalkt It Rivet the
rfllinJft FnP Ol.tkallrtl tf lvo that
Testimorlals from most eminent engineers,
fluallty of "ALSEN" furnished en application to
Tlioo. T31. IDa-vios cSs Co., X-td.
With Crushed Fruits
HONOLULU - DRUG - CO.
: All other are Imitations
Families and Parlors SupplleJ at SHORT NOTICE. -;
Our Ice Cream Soda is the talk of the
TT T7"a,tcli TTsTliil "STo-ui Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property,
and confidential work of all sorts.- :.
Office Room 4 Model Block
M J o v 5 ?
J J J & OKiC'K'iOK'tS'K'J'i't'jOK'ti'jOjOiS'jc'K'jC'Kjl
TUR TOUR rDITPDiniV
.a Li a in wa viii I l,iivii VJ ..r a a........
The attention of Connoisseurs is called to the superlative
quality of Pommery Chumpagne which is being
shipped to tills country. In London, the acknowledged
home of Wine Connoisseurs, where
QUALITY REGULATES PRICE
POMMERY coirmandl from Two to Six Dollarl more a cise than other leading brandi,
ai per figure! taken from Ridley's Wine and Spirit Trade Circular. London.
Pommery Vintage is?, M. to git.
O. H MUMM " .Saj oi. " 761.
PERRIEU JO"ET ifc) Eatra Cuvee Oiijl. " 661,
MnET AND CIIANOON " i&jl " aojgi. )1. ' 8.1. id.
LUIIS RUFDERER 189J ' J (Si. " 741.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
r IT X" K If 0 K JOK" JO jO'h'KjOKK'K'iOK'K'K'jOirK'K'
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
B 3iT O-1 3iT ES E3 15 S
Boilermakers : : and : ' : Electricians.
: : and : :
. Agents for.
The - General - Electric - Companj
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co., - Ltd.,
Con. Fort and Mcdcmant Streets.
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
The World Renowned Brando! Clears.,,.. ,
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Atteniletl
WM: T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Store and Olflc. Fitting,
Plane and Eitlmatet Furnlined.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Iter; Model Block, - HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I
P. O. Qoi 70. i Tatepbone 089
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Gao.W. Pag. T.I. m
F. W. Beardilee P. O. Boi 77!
BBARD6LCE & PAGE
Arch!tecte & Builders
Office: Rooms 3-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
OP ALL KIND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen ntroot. Honolulu
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Kinc
itr.et. Otutri left at either shop, or office,
at John Nott's dbre, Kln street, will re
olvi prompt attention. 14 Ji-tf
United State It
rreater then that of anv other brand.
c fiouiton. i.01
C. Houtton, Corps of Engineer!, U.S.A., at the
hat never been equated by any other cement.
One Day, 184
coundt: Seven Dm. 600 ttoundi.
hat mint nA Irt
1 . . . .; i. . . .
architects and contractors endorsing the Men eraJt
1 int mosi enauricit wearing suriace.
HONOLULU DRUG CO..
Beit City referencei lurnlihe.1. Detective
P. U, HOX 1H4.
lt nilAI 1TV
Ajtcnts - -
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
Cil7 and tee them.
We al6o have a
Fine line of . . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in ue in this city.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
TMC BEAT IS CIIBAPBST
therefore our bid li alway. the loweil
became there are no better good, made than thoie
I When you are filing up the old itore or
pfenning . new one coniu'l ui regarding how to
do It In ityle.
I Beildee Sign, and Dltplay Fliturei we are
prepared 10 figure with, you on any kind of Interior
flnleh or furniture In the way of office or itore flxturei
partition thelvlng, etc.. In hard woodi of .11 klnde.
Plani and detlgni for the aiklng of
Lowers & Coulee,
i'iYiViViViViViViVVK C u ro
MAGIC : headaches
5 WAFERS s breakfast.
W-VW-M"""; ID cnt. ull drufKUf..
Hirv Watcrhouse k k
IN TWO FAST ROUNDS
F1TZSIMM0NS DOES HIM
Fast and Furious From Start Sharkey
Had Advantage in the First
--Fitz Cool, Sharkey
NEW YORK, Aug. 24. "Whipped
Into Insensibility In less than two
rpunds," is tho story In brief of Tom
Sharkey's meeting with Uob Kltzslin
mons nt tho Coney Island Sporting
club tonight. ritzMmmons was th
victor, Sharkey tfio loser, ritzslmmons
said all along that when an opportun
ity presented Itself he would prtrte
conclusively that ho was Sharkey's su
perior and settle nccounts for the In
justice dono him when ho met Sharkey
In California four years ago. Sharky
was equally confident that ho would
prove to bo ritzslmmons' master In the
ring, but the result of tonight's ba:tlo
nnd tho brevity of It proved that ritz
slmmons Is still n great fighter and able
to beat tho best of the heavyweights.
Ho has beaten Corbett, Kuhlln and
When the men met tonight both of
them declared themielvcs to be In first
class condition, and they certainly
looked It. Kltzslmmons had taken on
n few pounds In weight slnco his meet
ing with utihlln, but neither he nor
Sharkey would tell his actual weight.
Sharkey looked to bo about twenty
pounds the heavier.
When tho men camo together Slur-
Key assumed tho aggressive, rushing
fiercely and swinging wildly. Kltzslm
mons had no dlfllculty In sidestepping
out of the way. Uob soon began feint
ing Sharkey Into leads, and when the
sailor tried his round-arm blows l.c
left himself open, of which fact KltZ'
slmmons was quick to take advantage.
and ho stepped Inside nnd put powerful
right and left smashes on tho sailor's
body and neck.
At the closo ot tho round Sharkey,
with a terrific swing that landed on tho
shoulder and neck, put ritzslmmons to
tho floor of the ring nnd Tom fell oer
him in his mad rush. Tom regained
his feet quickly, but the bell rang with
ritzslmmons still .on thu iloor. Tho
spectators wero cheering like wild mop,
and when Kltzslmmons got to his feet
tho men shaped up to go for each other,
evidently not having heard tho bell
amid tho uproar. Tho referee rashtl
between them, sending them to their
corners, nnd this is where Sharkey
says he would have finished ritzslm
mons had ho had ten seconds inure.
In the second round Sharkey, having
gained confidence from knocking 1'IU
slmmons down In tho preceding round,
went for his man ns If to annlhllato
him, but Kltzslmmons, having the cool
er head and better Judgment, outgen
eraled the joungcr man, wh seemed
to loso nil control of himself In his
frantic endeavors to land on Kltzslm
mons. Kltzslmmons' coolness never forsook
Mm and he watched Sharkey's wild ef
fort!, with evident satisfaction, as the
sailor was leaving himself very open,
Kltzslmmons stepped In to him and lit
terally battered Sharkey down with
rights on tho body and lefts and rights
on tho head. Sharkey took tho count
and canto up groggy. Ho staggeved
back to tho ropes, with Kltzslmmons
hot. after him. Sharkey was then un
ablo to protect himself and Kltzslm
mons sent that fearful right once more
to 'tho body, following it up with right
and left to tho body. Sharkey wob
bled, but still had ttrength enough to
kep his feet. Kltzslmmons stepped In
ligaln with another right on the body,
following tlwco with rights and lefts
on the head, and finishing his work
nnd tho fight with n stinging left hook
on tho Jaw, which bent Sharkey down
It was a short but bard fight, In
which Kltzslmmons proved his super
iority. Corbett and McCoy
In Fightinc Trim
YORK, Aug. 29. Corbett ami
havo practically comnlctctl
training for their flgbt tnuiorrow nlglit
In tho ring of tlio Twentieth Century
club In Madison Square Gurden.
Corbett has trained more carefully
for this mill than ho did for his kittle
with Kltzslinmons In Carson City or
for his bout with Jeffries at Coney In
land. I'm so confident of winning from
McCoy," he said, "that I'm ready, pa
hnvo already announced, "to meet
either Kltzslmniuns or Jeffries 011 tho
night following my battle with the
Kid. I think I will bo In tho lead all
tho wny and I am ready to bet that tho
Kill does not go tho limit of twenty.
five 1 omuls with inc."
dispatch from Saratoga says of
McCoy: "Kid McCoy has no doubt ot
tho result of his fight with Corbett and
believes that ho will win within teu
rounds. Ho will start for Now York
today (Wednesday)." .
IN DEFENSE OP GIBBON.
ndltor Evening Bulletin: An edi
torial In tho Advertiser of Aug. 25,
headed, "In tho matter of bosses," a
part reads thus: It Is perfoctly nutunil
that Journals which admire Mr. Sowall
should nlso admlro tho lato Walter
Murray Gibson, Mr. Gibson's talents
for political ndvcnturlng mado him tho
most dangerous flguro In tho Polyne
sian world. Ho was tli olncarnatlon of
self-seeking; ho gnvo ndvlco which tod
thoso who trusted hlra Into courses
as crooked and slimy as tho trail of an
angleworm In tho mud, etc," Now then
Mr. Advertiser man for tho benefit of
the public and also to enlighten the
strangers In otic midst, who loo fair
dealing, I will rclato u small bit of his
tory in justko to Mr. Gibson, Mr. Wal
ter Murray Gibson, after silently re
ceiving abuso from missionary sources
for many years without a slnglo rr
spouso fium him, ho In 1S73 rumo to
Honolulu and started n small newspv
pcr, called tho Nuhou, and was tho flni
man who ever dared to expose to the
brim tho deceit, weakness nnd hypoc
rlcy of the missionary. After Mr. Gib
son had run the Nuhou for two years,
he gave it up and retired back to Lanal
In peace and with laurels well earned.
But when election time rolled around,
tho people knew their man, and Mr.
Gibson was elected to tho Legislature
by the largest majority of any one man
ever sent there. Tho voto was over
whelmingly In his favor. When tho
Legislature met In session nnd Mr. Gib
son had delivered hit maiden speeeii,
tho members and visitors realized nt
onco n master mind was among them.
The ministry at that time had become
very unpopular and there was strong
talk dally on tlm street that their time
wns short and that Mr. Gibson wa3 tho
coming man. Now for tho low cunning
of -tho pious daisies, who had for years
been tho sworn enemies of Mr. Gllnon.
They formed their plan of action by
writing a letter to him, tho purport of
It being something like this. Wo have
never properly understood you Mr. Gib
son until the present time, and we
would llko to see you nt tho head of tho
Ministry, We will use our Inlluence
with tho King to appoint you as tbq
head of the Cabinet nnd nt the sar.10
time you use your Inlluonce with his
Majesty to appoint members of ctr
party as the balaneo of tho CnblncL
Mr. Gibson Instead of swallowing tht
bait so Innocently held out to him, he
at once took tho letter to tho King and
laid It before him to read. Ills majesty
read It and with scorn depicted upun
every lineament of his countenance, he
turned to Mr. Gibson with these words:
"That will do Mr. Gibson. These me.i
nfter trying for years to defame your
chnracter, now crave to ride Into omco
upon your shoulders, but what else can
bo expected of such men they arc be
neath contempt. The present Ministry
being very unsatisfactory to tho pub
lic, a change will be made, nnd I nov
appoint you as head of the Cabinet and
will consult with you right nvvuy ns to
the men suitable for the balance of tno
Cabinet." The next day the new Minis
try took charge of the affairs of gov
ernment and set the machinery In mo
tion for the benefit of the people as a
whole, as It should be.
Tho country prospered and the peo
ple were contented and happy for the
change, excepting the rule or inin party
who laid all manner of tindergroun 1
schemes to hurt the buslncos ot t'-c
country; but the strong man at the
helm of state easily swept them aside.
Tho following Is ono of their pretty
schemes. Tho bank of Mr. Clans
Sprcckcls at that time was not In full
operation In the matter of exchange,
and oxchnngo at the bank of C. II.
Bishop was gindually raising big', or
nnd higher; but Mr. Gibson soon drop
ped onto their game, and imangcd with
Mr. Sprcckcls to have 500,000 Hawaiian
silver dollars minted ns soon as pos-.
bible for the benefit of the public.
In tho meantlmo exchange had gone
up to 8 per cent, and at that period n
member of the family compact boasted
In the office of Consul General McKln
ley 011 Queen street, that lie had run
exchange up to 8 per cent nnd that ho
would run It up to IS per cent If pos
sible. Hut a short time after, In enmo
Mr. Sprcckcls with the Hawaiian dol
lars nnd ngrted to glvo exchange at
ono per cent and take tho silver dollars
as payment. It was thus that Mr. nib
son met the crookedness of the family
compact at every point.
Tho Advertiser has considerable In
say about tho evils of bosslsm, etc. If
tho Advertiser man can point out on
tho face of God's earth, by going back
n thousand nges, a more mean, despi
cable, viperous nnd damnable penny
whlstlo persecuting gang of bosses than
tho pious Impurity bosses of U'J3 up,
who for many long yeais wero kept
from poverty's door by blood money
received directly from the gentlo nnd
generous hearted Hnwnllans, and then
ending their hellish bosslsm in regard
to Hnvvallans by driving their old bene
factors Into tho last ditch and holding
them there, until they wero pulled out
by tho gmeroslty of Uncle Sam, whv
let him sail In nnd bury himself In liu
favorite boverngo of "angleworm mud,"
Mr. Walter Murray Gibson was a
man loved nnd respected by every right
minded person In this kingdom, for tho
strung, manly courage ho illsplajed In
the cause of rlRht and Justice to Hawaii
nel, Tho strange, crooked policy of
tho family compact has Invariably been
thus: Ho that will pull In tho tracts
with them submissively, however low
his chnracter, Is In their estimation a
saint but ho that pulls In tho opposlto
direction Is a devil Incarnate.
FRED J. CROSS,.
Consulting and Superintending
(Uoctro-ilydrttulle Power Tranamlulor
KEPOKTO AND ESTIMATES
KUHNISIIKD. . . .
With Catton-Kell Co., Quoon street.
Office next to FootHco. 1231
J A MES T. TAYLOR,
300 Judd Block. Tole. 6.18.
Honolulu Iron Works Cc
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CIIINEHY of every capacity and &
scriptlon made to order. Boiler work
nnd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a npcclnlty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair)
executed at shortest notice.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. C. AchI Prerhlont A Manager
M. K. Nakultia... VIco Problem
Enoch Jolnmon Secretary
1100, I.. Lieshi Auditor
BOARD OF DIllKCrrORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The abovo Company will buy, lease,
or sell lan.U In all rarU of tho Hawaiian
Inlands: ami alio has liouwoi In tlm CItr
of Honolulu for rent. Us9-yl
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited tc
.nil and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamelu
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
OT Wo will liny orfjaiKoul Estate U
U parts o( the rrrorjp.
Hy Wo will Bell rropertlcs on Ueajcu
ble Commissions 1
OFFICE. 10 West King Stref.7
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . . .
P. E. E. STliATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agejnt and Collector
No. 0 llcthcl St., near P. O.
G. A. GROTE
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST ClASS WORK GlMRANTEbL
Union St. iirir Hotel tecu
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
CO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
THE ORPHEDM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
rMEALS AT ALL HOURS: Ala
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To bo bad for the money.
ULOSINd OUT AI.Ii OUK DOMKHTIO
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
AMts. Brokers and JobDstv
J. H. CASTLE 1st Vice-President
W. M. ALLXANDLI...jnd Vice-President
J. P. rnni'i t... ......
W. O. SMITH SecretaVyand Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Suear Co.
Olaa SuR.ir Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlkti Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Surji Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
The California and Oriental S. S. Co.
.0. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Hennery Co., of Baa
Ilnldvvln I.ocomottvo Works, of
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell ITuUor.nl Mm r.. ilmi.i
Cano Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
. uiuanui a uos uncralcal Fertlll-
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade FW
tlllzcis for Cane nnd Co free.
Iteod's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFTi:il roil SALE
Paramno Paint Co.'s P. & D. PalnU
nnd Papers; Lucol nnd Lin see
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (n cold-water paint), X
white nnd colors.
Kilter Press Cloths, Cement, Lino
CASTLE & COOKE
Tte Ca Plantatl.i Co.
Tje Walalua Arlcuhal C. , 1 1,1
The KoHal. Sutar Ce
The W.lan.e Sui.r Mill C.
Trie Kolce Agricultural Co.
ire Fulton Iron Wciki. SL to.le. Me.
Tb. Geo. F. tjlak. St.an Pubm.
IP New tnclul lite louiaac. C. el le.
R f, ." f "! D' Co- Hirtl.fl en
Tb. AHUnc. Aiiuraae.CA ol Lmjm
v.'m. G. Irwin & Co,
Will. O. Irwtn..1rfial,lnn nM.i r.-
ClittiB Sprcckcls VIco President
. m. uiiiiiru ..second VIco President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Trcas. and See.
Geo. J. Iloss Auditor
AOBHTI Of TBI
JOEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPAMl
OF BAN FBANOIBOO. OAL
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ne, BU
Oueen Win. Honolulu. H.I
Hawaiian A jtrttultuial Coijany, Araerlci. I.m
Comranv. OoEala Sui-ir Plant. Co , Onoa.a l.aa
Co., Honoiru Super Co., WalluWu Sural Co.. HaC
-'i . .7 . ..' " '.wir mi. II til
ft Co.'. Lin. ol HoMon r-ickeb
LIST OK OFFICERS
C. M. Cooko, Prctddout; Ceorts .
Ilobertunii. Mimptti.. v i' m.vM
Tieamirer and Secretary t Col. W. 1
Attn.. A. ..!(.. 1. rt 1 ' . ! .
....... i .v.,,.,,,,,, ,-. v. junos, it. waiar
iiiiunii, uwi, it. i-atu;r, Dlrectorn.
General Manager ol
fb. Equitable Lift AuuanH Sooiitf
Of Um United States for the UawaUM
OtTtoai Murine! u. Hor
M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
Wholesale Importer! and Jobbers
hropun and Amtricin D7 loo
Fotand Queen Streets.
H. HAOKPELD k 00., LW
JEMERAL COMMISSION AQElTt
Oor. Fort and Qneen Btreeti HoaolaM
The World Register
Keeps the Cash while you are biurr,
Try ono 0
On Marble and Granite.
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Qaw'n Ifod Fcdcd anil McnameDtal Ct
611 King Streot, '