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JU8T RECEIVED A LARtJU SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
( ttta tttnagtit ' tn.at tartlctiM. ttnaM mil ani will tttnll tht atmltturt of a latgtr mount of tana
r fravtl, with tot lot of tirtngth, than toy oitwf Wand, M It thatafort tht n.tt tonnmtctl
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HAL ctwtnt loot and SPECIALLY ADAPTED K)H UNE CONCRETE WOMK,
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HIT Clnlxr On tin Cnnl
Thru Parti Sand
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CAPACITY AND SAtES.-lh. output of tht "ALSCN ' fit
Itftt of any tnlftufatlorv 01 t'ortlanj Ctmanl In Lurnf.
Tha tratrlr talat of Allan t Portland Ceirrnt In tht Unlit J Slaltl II t italar than thai of anr othtr tranl
Th following latt rnadt In actual work t-r Col D. C. Houlton. Corpl of fcnglnttrt, U.S.A. at tht
Ma wall arounj Oovtrnor t liland, Ntw York Mirror, hat ntvtr tttn tualal ry any olhar ctntat. till
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH. On. par. lit pounit: Savon Day., too eounJi,
Thirty Dayi, lit round!. I or Sldtwatkt It glut tha ttt color an d tht anoit tnlurtfclt wttrlng turfact
Taitlmonlala from inott tmlntnt tnglnitrt, archllactt and contractor! tndortlng tha high grait
ajuallty of "ALSEN" furnltntd on arrlkatlon to
T-Ta-eo. H. JDo.-rri.oa z Co.: X-atd..
I PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM 1
With Crushed Fruits jjgj
Families anJ Parlors SupplleJ at SHORT NOTICE,
Our Ice Cream
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CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
Rl libit Witchmen lurnlhi for itort. an J property Btit Ctty rtftrencts turntihtJ. Dttcctlvi
ao4 confidtntlil wotk of ll iorU.-
Office Room 4 Model Block
J Jt J Jt J & J J J OjVK'h-S'KK'jOjOK'rtVjO K jfjO .-(T K.
5 SPARKLETS &
make a large drink lor small money.
J ASK FOR THBM
J AT YOUR DRUGGISTS.
yi If you are not acquainted with spaiklets he will explain the working of them,
which Is so slmnle that a child can oserate the aeratlnz of the bottle.
Cheaper than other cere tel waters.
Vf. .Udtr rtdnLpln. uril.r
o- All Itia'laaJIne ORUOCISTS and Stortktarerl on tht ItlanJl
arc tupplleJ with bPAHKLETS and tht prrpart 1 bottltt.
I W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
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Honolulu - Tobacco - Co., - Ltd..
Cor. Fort and Merchnt Struts
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Tht World Ranownti Brand of Clgaii,
HiillicLXX : Russell
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Stort and Olrlct Flttlnt.
Plant and Eltlnattt Furnlihtd.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
a. A. Howard, Ji.
HOWABD & TRAIN,
Ita t. Modal Block, HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I
P. O, B01 701. Tttephon. gflo
H. L. KERB &c CO.,
Architects and Builders
F. W. Baardilt.
P. O. Boa ttI
BBARD6LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queon afreet, Honolulu
H. F. BERTBLMAN'S
To nar of old stand. Entrance on King
itriit. Orders left at either shop, or office,
at John Nott's store, Klnc; street, will r
ulvt prompt attention. MJi'tf
,T"aH an !)
factorial It. atlha eraitnt Hint, targtrthan
Soda is the talk of the
P. O. IIOX iM.
All families should use Sparklets In r.
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
Call and ec them.
We nlso have a
Fine line of . .
IN ALL SIZES
IFwulreth in use in this city.
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
.will help you to do It
THU bEST IS CHBAPCST
thtrtfort our bid It atwaya tht lowait
btcauia thira ara no tttttr f oodt nada than thott
I Whtn you ara fiilne up tht old ttort or
planning a ntw ont contuit ut rtfardlne how to
do It In trylt.
I Btlldtl Sign, and Dliplay Fliturtl wa ara
prtparad to Seura with you on any kind of Inttrlor
Snlih or furnlturt In tht way of offict or ttort fiiturat
partition thtlvlnt;, ale, In hard woodt of all klndt.
Plant and dtiltoi tor tht aiklng of
Lowers &. Cooke,
rgwiYiV iYmYiiYi iiVJjr C u r 6
: MAGIC headaches
5 HEADACHES before
M'",.'f.,.'.,.'.'.".'uit 11 cola all UrogBlat.
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tar Waterhouso k Co
Says John Wise Evades
Facts of Open Rec
ord In '93.
DEMOCRATIC POWER AT
THAT TIME COMPLETE
Condemnation of Missionaries As a
Class Shows Wise's Lack of
Gratitude for Men Who
Have Been His Friends.
IMItor Evening Ilullctln: John Wise
linn nttempted, In the Independent of
the 5th lnt., to reply to my letter In
the Ilulletln of August 31. I gay at
tempted, hecauac Mr. Wise's letter tinea
not answer mo on the qucatloiiH of fart
ns to the respective nttltudes of tlio Hi
publican ami Democratic parties to
ward Hnwnll. He openly refuses to re
ply on those questions, sajlnR they are
only matters of record, If the record
doesn't count, what does?
I showed that the Democrats were In
power both as to President anil both
branches of Congress during nil tlio
period wben It was consistent with
National honor to have restored Hawa
iian rights. Tho Democratic President
and party allowed their golden oppor
tunity to perforin an net of Justice to n
fecblo people before the world to go
past forever. Ir. Wlso answers by
feeble assertions of what tho Republi
can party did before the case of Hawaii
was laid before tho people of the United
All the remainder of Mr. Wise's let
ter. Its great bulk. Is given up to child
ish personalities aimed nt myself. If
be were a person who knew nnytblns
about tho matters ho mentions, I might
be tempted to knock him down again
with cold fact and record. As his talK
Is nothing but Irresponsible and Ignor
ant chatter, however, I spare lilm the
blow and refrain from wearying tlio
public with dead Issues. Hawaii Is
now forever a part of tho great Ameri
can Union, and Its pcoplo have no more
serious question to settle than that of
deciding with which of tho two great
National parties a majority of them
shall ally. They cannot bo helped to
a rational decision by such stuff as
John Wlso Is setting before them.
In conclusion I would only deign to
notice further this slur: "Another
thing that did not surprise mo at all
was Mr. Wlleon's championing the
cnuso of tho missionaries and attack
ing mo ns to my obligations to tho 'He
spiked Missionaries.'" This he follows
up with n defense of his relations with
the missionaries for which I care noth
ing, together with personalities 'which I
treat with contempt. I simply repeat
my words at which ho takes umbrag",
which stato neither more nor less than
what Mr. Wise admits In his letter,
where he tells of his being sent to
Oberltn to study for tho ministry. Tho
concluding paragraph of my letter was
"Then Mr. Wlso says: 'Our encmlei,
the missionaries during tho
past seven years, nnd who nro our ene
mies todny.' I must say to this that he
Is going bejond the true lines of mnnly
argument In political contests wben
such expressions are utterly false, es
pecially when coming ftom a student of
tho cer despised missionary."
C. H. WILSON.
Greeting to Conger
Washington, Aug. 27. On August S,
1900, upon receipt of tho dispatch from
Minister Conger stating among other
things that alt connected with tho
American Legation were safe, but that
efforts wero being mndo to Induco tho
legntloners to lenvo Peking, to do
which ho (Conger) regarded ascertain
death, tho President sent Mr. Conger
the following dispatch:
"Conger, American Minister, Poking:
August 8th, night I rejolco and with
me tho whole American pcoplo to re
eclvo your cipher telegram reporting
your safety and that of tho other lega
tions. Everything Is being dono and
will bo dono for your relief. Tho Act
ing Secretary of Stato has today sent
you a telegram of Inquiry nnd Informa
tion. "WILLIAM M'KINLIJY."
Again, on August 19th, upon tho re
ceipt of olllclal Information of tho re
lief of tho legations, tho President sent
tho following dispatch:
'Tow lor, Chefoo, for Conger, Ameri
can Minister: Tho whole Amcilctn
pcoplo lejolio oer your ileHw-ranru,
oer tho safety of your companions, uf
mil' own and other nations who havo
shared your perils nnrt prhatloim the
fortitude nnd rournito which )oii Imr
nil maintained, ami the heroism of
ottr little band of defenders, Wo all
mourn for thoo who hate fallen, and
acknowledge the goodneas of Ood which
has proserin! you ami guided the brave
army that set ou free.
This picnlng the President Is In re-
celpt of this messago from Minister
The President, Washington. All
Americans hero thank you for congrat
ulations and successful efforts for our
relief, nnd bless Ood for final deliver-
READY FOR WINTER
Tien Tsln, Aug. 21, la Taku, Au
gust 27. Oltlccrs who have arrived
hero from Peking repoit that General
Chnffio, commanding tho Amerl -an
forces In China, Is making all the ne
cessary prepatatlons to maintain 15,CoO
men through tho winter.
Fifteen of tho American wounded,
Including the murines wounded diirlut;
the siege of the legations, have arrived
her by boat from Peking,
Mcrs (possibly Captain Mjers of
tho United States Marine Corps) Is suf
fering from typhoid fecr and cannot
largo batch of refugees aro due
hern tomorrow. The American Signal
Sen Ice Corps, co-operating with Diose
of the Ilrltlsb, has completed the tele
graph lino Into Peking to Taku
Tlio commissary department Is p'--
p.trlng to establish an extensive winter
baso at Tong-ku.
Lieutenant Wnldron of tho Ninth
United States Infantiy rccelwd a seri
ous sniping wound white patrolling at
Hoo Sc Woo. The Russians, Germans
nnd Japanese are constantly pushing
troops on to Peking,
Captain John T. Myers, or "Jack"
Myers, ns he Is familiarly known, who,
according to a dispatch received nt the
Nay Department In Washington from
Admiral Kcmpff July Sth, was assigned
to command tho legation defenders at
Ueklng, was born In Germany and was
appointed from tho State of Georgh
entering the Marine Corps In Septem
ber. 1SS7. He Is the reputed author of
tho famous satirical poem "I loch tier
Kaiser" which lmohed Captain Cogh
Inn In so much difficulty. Ho was at
tached to the flagship Baltimore and
was afterward assigned to duty wl'h
tho marines on board the Oregon,
GERMANY IN THE LEAD
New York, Aug. 2S. A cablo to tho
Tribune from Paris says: What coun
try has won the highest honors at tho
World's Pair? According to Commit
sinner General Pock nnd the American
officials connected with the exposition.
It Is the United States, which, after
Prance, has secured the foremost place.
This gratifying opinion Is accepted as
correct by nine out of ten Americans tn
Paris, but 11 careful and Impartial ana
ljsls of the full list of awards publish
ed by tho Journal Official shows that,
after Prance, It Is Germany that is far
and nwny nhead of nil other nation's.
The United States comes second and
Great llritaln third. Germany has se
cured 2C0 grand prizes, the United
States 218 anil Great llritaln 179. Of
the total number uf classes comprised
In tho Imposition Germany triumphs
oier nil others In fifty-one. the Unl'ed
States wins In thirty-one and Great
llritaln In thirty. These flguics lep.o
sent fairly and impartially the relative
tinier of merit of the three gieat com
SLEPT IN IMRI8 PARKS.
Paris, Aug. 23. As a result of Inat
tention or a blunder, uter 100 cadets
from tho United States training ship
Mnnongahehi wero obliged to sleep In
tho parks and streets of Paris last
night. Tho vessel Is nt Havre, and tho
bon cnnio hero to spend two days at
tho exposition, and arrangements wero
made to boum them at a boys' college
In Paris. Tho party was In charge of
n lieutenant, but when night arrived
the lieutenant was not on hand to pilot
tho hoys to their shelter. They werj
unacquainted with the Trench lan
guage, and unable to seek assistance,
they walked about Paris until tired.
Then they took possession of henchei
In tho parks and on tho boulevards.
11088 CROKEK DEPIUT8 HILL
Now York, Aug. 28. Partial returns
from tho primary elections held In tbo
arlous counties of tho State today In
dicate that Richard Croker will control
tho Democratic Stato Contention to be
held ut Saratoga on September 11.
Tho Croker forces won tho first roun I
In tho battle against the friends of
Comptroller Color, led by ex-Senator
Hill. Mr, Illll and Mr. Coler, however,
do not regard tho 1 esult of tho primar
ies as conclusive, nnd tho battle will bo
fought out In tho convention. Mr. Cio
ker, how over, said tho result Is dual,
nnd that no candldato for Governor
from Gieatcr New York can bo nominated.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. C, Achl , ...President A Mnniger
M. K. Nakulns,.. Vlco Prenldent
J. Mskslnsl .Treanurer
Kiioch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L, Dealt Auditor
liOAHD OF DIHKCT0K8:
J. W. niplkane.
The sbove Company will buy, leane,
or noil IsnJj In nil jrt of tbo Hawaiian
Inlands; nod aim) li.n houses In the City
of Honolulu f o r rent. 1489-v 1
Visitors are cordially Invited to
.all and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamelis
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Streot ::
W. C. ACHI 81 CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
GT We will Do or Leli iieil Estate It
II parts of tbe group.
CaT We will Sell rroperlles on Heuoo
ible Commissions 1
)FFICE. 10 West King Street
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. B. R. STRATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agnt ana Collector
No. 0 Ilethel St., near P. O.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEEL
Union St. near Hotel hoj
THE ORPHEUM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
alrMEALS AT ALL HOURS: Ala
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To be had for tbe money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUlt DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
AgeDis, brokers ind Jobber.
J:,"f.CASUi: 1st Vice-President
W. , M. ALfcXANULK ...and Vice-President
J. P. Cook L Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olai Sugir Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sutrar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. C$.
W, G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugnr Hennery Co., of Baa
llaltlwln Locomotlvo Works, ol
Philadelphia, Penn.. U. S. A.
Newell Unhf.rc.il Mill p., iv'nin..i
Cnno Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
.. umanui a. uo.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Far.
tlllzcrs for Cano and Cotlee.
Heed's Steam Pipo Covering.
ALSO OPFHIt POIt 8ALK
Pnralllne Pnlnt Co.'s P. & n. Palnta
and Papers; Lucol and Llnseeal
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), X
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Liana
CASTLE & COOKB
Tha Ewa Plantatl' Co.
Tba Walalua Aplnltiral Co, L I.:
Toa Kohala Sutar Co
Tht Walamaa Sugar Mill Co.
Tht Koloa Agricultural Co,
Tha Fulton Iron Workt. St. lotla. Ma.
Tha Staodard Oil Co.
Tha Gao. f. Blakt Staaai Poata.
Ii K England Ufa loauranca C. al Ita at
1! !? f "! '"' Co- Hartftrl, Una
Tat Alllanct Atturinct Co ol Load...
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Clans Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard ..Second Vice President.
11. .11. wniincy jr. .... Treas. and See.
Geo. J, Hoss Auditor
Sugar Fact or
ioints at TBI
'UKANIO STEAMSHIP COMPAMY
OK BAN FIIANOI800. CIAI
QUEDN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Bilolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co,
Domestic Sewing Macb ne, Eta
BIEWEl ceM LTD.,
eun matt, Honolulu H.l
Hawaiian Agricultural Coipaor. Amarlcaa atgat
Company, Ootala Sural Plant, Co . Oaoata Sana
Co., Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugat Co , MaE.
Sugar Co , llalaakala March Co.. MoTokal RaMki
Planter a Una Si. H lltco Pack hat. f w
ft Co.'t Lint of Boan Packttt
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. Cooke, Presldonti Goorje !
Itobortitoii, Manager 1 E. F. Blabop
Treasuror and Socrotaryt Col. W. 1
Allen, Audit r, V. V. Jones, H. WaUr
house, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
(Moeral Manager ol
Tba Rqajuble Life Asaatinci Sooiitf
Of tba United States foi tha Hawaii
Oninai Merchant street. Hot-
M. PHILLIPS k CO..
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
Coropetu ind Americm D7 foon
Fo t and Queen Streets,
H. HACKFELD & CO., L.i
tENERAL COMMISSION A6CKT!.
Cor. Fort and Queen (Streets Uoaolita