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THE' EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H t. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. io'o
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JUST RECEIVED A LARGO SHIPMENT ....
Alsen Portland Cement
l Hit strcngtst and moil servlcaabl. cement mad and will permit Mia admlitura o( a larrtr amount ol san
or gravel, with Itss loss of strength, than any other brand; It Is therefore Oie nosl economical.
. ,.'iE'!;'. h" NO EQUAL In COUJK, FINENESS and SAND CARRYING CAPACITY ll WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (measuring about 10 PER CENT. MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than other
brands, which very materially REDUCES Its cost as compared with other cements) It Is thtrefora an ECONO
MICAL cement lo use and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK.
Teaslla Stienjlh In Pounds Per Square Inch Mada al Royal Teniae; Station, Berlin, iMo-oo.
MAT CtMtST One pert Cemtnl
Three Parts Sand .
...... After t days. After s3 days. After? days. Afters! days.
ALSEN...,.., ' !iiU V06V ,6t
Ea'n i8t. Centennial Int. Ei'n
line present time, larger than
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PREMIUMS: World's Fair. Chlcato. ilo Adelaide Jubilee Int. Ei'r
Melbourne, 1JS8. New Zealand k So. S. Ea'n, Dunedln. it3a-oo.
CAPACITY AND SALES.- the output of the "ALSEN77 factories Is, at
that of any manufactory of Portland Cement In Europe.
1 of Alsen s Portland Cement In the united states is
The yearly sales
tea wall around Governor's Island, New York Harbor, has never been equated by any other cement
The following; test made In actual work by Col. D. C. Houston,
s-raater than that of any other brand.
Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. at the
TENSILE STPFN'RTII fFD COtlADP INril.
Thirty Days, SiS rounds. For Sidewalks It gives the best color
One Day. its
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Testimonials from most eminent engineers, architects and contractors endorsing the high grade
Bounds: Seven Davs. 600 pounds.
1 tne most enauracie wearing surrace.
amtlry of "ALSEN" furnished on application to
Tl2.ea. IE. HDa.-vies Sc Co., 3L,tcl.
I PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM yjm
Jm With Crushed Fruits gg
I Only at'vi. m
B HONOLULU - DRUG - CO. I
H : All others are Imitations H
Families and Parlors Supplied at SHORT NOTICE. : M
D Our Ice Cream Soda is the talk of the m
fc HONOLULU PROG CO., j
"We WetdJa. "Wilail "Sroia. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
Riltablt Witchtnin furntihti forstortwnd property,
and con flit nil al work ol all lortt. ;,
Office Room 4 Model Block
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Best City rsferences tornlshed. Detective
P. (1. BOX 24.
A Forceful Document
Silver Issue Cannot be Shadowed by Imperialism Bug
bearPhilippines Will Not be Turned Over tp
Murderers of Americans-Trust Com
binations Should be Checked.
Washington, Sept. 0. Wllllim stimulated Industry, Introduced public
McKlnley'a letter accepting the ropuo- education and taken a full and com-
llcan nomination for tho presidency, prchensive enumeration of the lnhb:-
whlch was mado public tonight, will be
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11727 SHASTA WATER
The first thine In the morning for a BIG HEAD,
it will make you ALL RIGHT for the days work.
-x Shasta Water and Ginger Ale x-
OBDEIt TJIEM FOR TABLE USE.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
-o Solo Agents 0 -
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co.,
Cor. Four and Merchant Strccti
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Th World RtnowntJ Brand of Clean,..
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. NONE BETTER.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
Japanese in both
While and Fancy.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Store and Otic. Flttlnc
Plans and estimates Furnish.!.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Geo. W. Pat.
P. W. Beardsla
P. O. Boi
BBARD6LEB & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms a-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KIHDS,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Qunnn utrnot. Hnnnluln
of all sites.
tn Blue and 7iite.
in large variety,
Lewers & Ouoke
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rur of old stand. Entrance on King
iL'.tt, O'.'.'.n left at either shop, or oflicj,
.'ofcn NottV 'ora, Klni; street, will rr
'vt promF' ittrilio. MJi'tf
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOB OFFICE USE
Call and see them.
We also have a
Fine line of . . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in this city.
rlcnrv Walcrliouse & Co
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
Fine Job Printing at
tho political text book of the republic
nns In the present campaign. Placing
tho monetary Issue first, tho president
shows that tho financial and Industrial
Interests of tho United States would lie
as much endangered by tho election ot
Ilryan this year as they would have
been had ho been elected In lk'JC. Mr.
McKlnlcy reviews with satisfaction thu
record of tho republican party iliirlm;
tho last four years and then takes tto
tho Issuo ot "Imperialism," which tliv
democrats havo declared to bo para
mount. His answer to.the democraale
charges Is a review of tho action ot tlio
administration and congress regarding
Cuba, Porto Itlco and the Philippines,
concluding with tho declaration:
"Tho American question Is between
duty niiil desertion. Tho Amcrlwn
erdlct will bo for duty and agalnut
desertion for the republic against
both anarchy anil Imperialism."
Following is tho substance of tlio
nxecutlvo Mansion, Washington, D. C,
To tho Hon. Henry C.ibot Lodao,
Chairman of Notification Commit
tee My Dear Sir: Tho nomination of tho
republican national convention of Juno
19, 1D0O, for tho oillce of president ot
tho United States which ns tho oHlclnl
representatives of the convention you
have conveyed to me, Is accepted. I
liavo carefully examined tho platform
adopted and gle to It my hearty ap
proval. Upon tho great Issue of the
last national election It is clear. It
upholds the gold standard and Indorses
tho legislation of the present congrms
by which that standard has .been offi
cially strengthened. The stability of
our natlonnl currency Is therefore so
curo so long as those who adhere to
tho platform aro kept in control ot the
government. Our antagonists, how
ever, are not satisfied.
They compel us to a second battle
upon the same lines on which tho tlrsi
was fought and won. While regretting
tho reopening of this question, wht:h
can only disturb the present satisfac
tory financial condition ot tho govern
ment nnd visit uncertainty upon our
great business enterprise, wo accept tho
Issue and again Invite tho sound monoy
forces to join In winning nnother, and,
wo hope, a pcrmnnent triumph for nn
honest financial system, which will
continue Inviolable In the public faith.
Our Industrial nnd agricultural con
ditions are more promising than thoy
havo been for many years; probn'.dy
moro so than they havo ever been.
Prosperity abounds everywhere
throughout tho republic.
Unless something unforeseen occurs
to reduce our revenues or Increase our
expenditures, tho congress at Its next
session should reduce taxation very
In tho unfortunate contest between
Great Ilrltaln and the Doer states of
South Africa the United States hns
maintained an attitude of neutrality
In accordance with Its woll known
A subject of Immediate Importance
to our country Is the completion ot a
great waterway of commerce between
tho Atlantic and Pacific. Tho con
struction of a maritime canal 1b now
moro than over Indispensable to that
lutlmato and ready communication be
tween our eastern nnd western sci
ports demanded by tho annexation of
the Hawaiian Islands and tho expan
sion of our Influence and trado In tti
Pncflr. Our national policy more Im
peratively than over calls for Its com
pletion and control by this govern
ment, nnd It Is believed that tho noxt
session of congress, after receiving tho
full report of tho commission appoint
ed under tho act approved March 3,
1899, will mako provisions for the sure
accomplishment of this great work.
Combinations of capital which con
trol tho market In commodities neces
sary to tho general uso of the people
by suppressing natural and ordinary
competition thus enhancing prices to
tho general consumer, aro obnoxious
to the common law and tho, public
welfare. They nro dangerous conspir
acies against tho public good nnd
should bo made tho subject for pro
hibitory or penal legislation.
' Tho past three years havo been moio
satisfactory to American workmen
than many preceding years. Any
changes of tho present Industrial or
financial policy of tho government
would he disastrous to their highest
Interests. With prosperity at home
and nu increasing foreign market for
American products employment should
t'ontlnuo to wait upon lnbor, and, with
the present gold standard, the work
Ingman Is secured against payments
for his labor In a depreciated cur
Wo havo been In possession of Cuba
slnio January 1, 1900. Wo hnve re
stored order and established domestic
tranquility. We havo fed tho starving,
clothed tlio naked nnd ministered tc
tho sick. Wo havo Improved the sani
tary condition of tho Island. We have
tants. Our military establishment has
been reduced from 43,000 soldiers t(
less than 6,000. An election has been
ordered to be held on tho 15th of Sep
tember under n fair election law al
ready tried In the municipal elections
Co choose members of a constitutional
jonvcntlon, and tho convention by the
snmo order is to asscmblo on tho first
Monday of No ember to frame a con
stitution upon which nn Independent
government for the island will rest. All
this Is a long step In tho fulfillment
of our sacred guarantees to the people
We hold I'orto Itlco by tho samo title
as tho Philippines. The treaty of pc.tic
which ceded us tho ono conveyed to 11.
the other. Congress has given to thU
Island a government in which the 'n
habitants participate, elect their own
legislature, enact their own local laws,
provide their own system of taxation
and In these respects have the samo
power und privileges enjoyed by other
territories belonging to tho Unltd
States nnd a much larger measure uf
self-government than was given to the
Inhabitants of Louisiana under Jeffer
son. A district court ot tho United
States for Porto Illru hns been estab
lished and local courts have been In
augurated, all uf which are In operation.
For tho sake of full anil intelligent
understanding of the Philippine ques
tion nnd to glvo to tho public authentic
Information of the acts and alms of
tho administration, I present at sonio
length tho events of Importance lent
Ing up to tho present situation. Tlio
purposes of the executive nro best f
ealed and can best be judged by what
he has done nnd is doing.
In order to facilitate the most hu
mane, pacific and effective extension
of authority throughout these Islands
I appointed In January, 1S99, a com
mission consisting of the Hon. Jacjb
Gould Hrhurmann of New York, Ad
miral Dewey. U. S. N.; Charles Denby
of Indiana, Professor Dean C. Worces
ter of Michigan and Major General 1CI
well 13. Otis, IJ. S. A.
After tho most thorough study of
tho peoples of tho archipelago tho com
mission reported among other things:
"Their lack of cducntlon and polltlcil
experience, combined with their rncl.il
anil linguist diversities, dlsquall'y
them In spite of their mental gifts ind
domestic virtues to undertake the gov
crnlng of tho archipelago nt the prjs
cnt tlmo. Should our power by any fa
tality bo withdrawn, tho commission
believes that the government of the
Philippines would speedily lapse Into
anarchy, which would excuse if It dlt
not nccessltato tho Intervention of
other powers and the eventual division
of tho Ulands among them. Only
through American occupation, thrc
fore, Is the Idea of a .free, self-governing
and united Philippine common
wealth nt nil conceivable."
In March, 1900, I appointed the fol
lowing civil commission: Tho Hon.
William Taft of Ohio, Professor Dean
C. Worcester of Michigan, Hon. I.uke I.
Wright of Tcnnesseo, Henry C. Ido of
Vermont nnd Hon. Dcrnnrd Moses of
This conimlmsslon, under date ot Au
gust 21, 1900, makes an Interesting re
port, from which I quote the following
"Hostility against Americans orlgn
ally aroused by absurd falsehoods it
unscrupulous lenders. Tho distribu
tion of troops in 300 posts hns by con
tnct largely dispelled hostilities ind
steadily Improved tho temper of tin
people. Nearly all of tho prominent
generals and politicians of the insur
rection except Agulnnldo havo slneo
been captured or have surrendered and
taken tho oath of nlloglance."
They report that there aro "calls
from 'all parts of tho Island for pub
lic schools, school supplies and KnglUh
tvnehers, greater than tho commission
can provide, until a comprchenilvo
school system is organized. Nlt-.t
schools for teaching English to adults
nro being established In response to
popular demand. Natlvo children
show aptitude in learning Kngllsh.
Spanish Is spoken by n small fractlo.l
of pcoplo nnd In a fow years tho medi
um of communication tn tho courts,
public olflres and between tribes wlil
ho Kngllsh. Creation of central gov
ernment within eighteen months, un
der which substantially all rights de
scribed In tho bill of rights In tho fed
eral constitution nro to bo secured to
the people of tho Philippines, will
bring to them contentment, prosperity,
education and political enlightenment."
This shows to my countrymen what
has been and what Is being done '0
bring tho benefits of liberty nnd good
government to theso wards of tho na-
And was It not our duty to protect
tho lives nnd property of those who
I rnmo within our control by the for
tunes of war? Could wo have como
awny nt nny tlmo between May 1, 1S9?,
and tho conclusion of pence without a
stain upon our good numo? Could we
havo como away without dishonor at
any time after tho ratification of tho
peace treaty by tho senate of the Unit
It Is our purpose to establish In the
Philippines a government sultablo tn
the wants and conditions of tho Inhabi
tants and to prepare them for nt
government and to glvo them self-gov
ernment when they are ready for H,
nnd as rapidly as they nro ready for
It. That I am aiming to do under my
constitutional authority and will con
tinue to do until congress shnll deter
mine the political status of the Inhabi
tants ot the archipelago.
Would our opponents surrender to
the Insurgents, abandon our sovereign
ity or cede It to them?
Tho effect of a belief In tho minds
of the Insurgents that this will bo doi'O
has already prolonged their rebellion
and Increases the necessity for tho con
tinuance of a largo army, Is now do
lajlng the establishment of peace .itnl
civil government In the Islands and 'lib
Influenced many of the Insurgents
against accepting tho liberal terms "f
amnesty offered by Gerenal Macarthur
under my direction. Hut for these
false hopes a considerable reduction
could havo been had in our military
establishment In tho Philippines nnd
icallzatlon of a stable government
would be already nt hand.
The American people will not mako
tho murderers of our soldiers tho
ugents of the republic to convey tho
blessings of liberty nnd order in tho
Philippines. They will not make them
tho builders of tho new common
wealth. Such a course would bo a be
trayal of our sacred obligations to the
peaceful Filipinos and would place
the mercy of dangerous adventurers
the lives nnd property of the natives
No government can so certainly pre
serve the peace, rcstoie tho public or
der nnd establish law, justice and
stable conditions ns ours.
We will not ghc up our own to
guarantee another sovereignty. Our
title Is good.
There were those who two years ago
were msblng on us to wnr with Spain
who nrc now unwilling to accept its
clear consequences, us thero nro those
among us who advocated the ratifica
tion of the treaty of peace, but now pro
test against Its obligations. Nations
which go to wnr must bo prepared to
accept its resultant obligations, and
when they mnke treaties must keep
There Is a strain of Ill-concealed hy
pocrisy In the anxiety to extend tho
constitutional guarantee to tho pcoplo
of the Philippines while their nullifi
cation Is openly ndvocated at home.
Our opponents may distrust them
selves, but they have no right to dis
credit the good faith and patriotism of
tho majority of the peoplo who nro op
posed to them. They may fear tho
worst form of Imperialism with tho
helpless Filipinos In their hands, hut
If they do. It Is because thoy havo
parted with tho spirit nnd faith of tho
fathers and havo lost thu virility of tho
founders of tho party which they pro
fess to represent.
If our opponents would only prac
tice iib well ns preach the doctrines of
Abraham Lincoln there would bo no
fear for the safety of our Institutions
at homo or their rightful Inlluenco in
Any tenltory over which our flag
Hmplro has been expelled from Porto
Itlco nnd tho Philippines by American
freemen. The flag of tho republic now
floats oer theso Islands ns an emblem
of rightful sovereignty. Will tho re
public stay and dlspcnso to their in
habitants the blessIngH of liberty, edu
cation and free Institutions, or steal
nway, leaving them to nnurchy or Im
perialism? Tho American question Is between
duty nnd desertion tho American ver
dict will bo for duty and against de
sertion: for tho republic against both
nnnrchy and imperialism, 1
Tho country has been fully advised
of tho purposes of the United States In
China and they will bo faithfully ad-
nereil to as already defined.
Tho nation faces the now century
gratefully nnd hopefully, with Incroai
Ing love of country, with firm faith In
Its free Institutions, nnd with high re
solvo that they "shall not perish from
Very respectfully yours,
Agents, Brokers and Jobberi.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
H. P. BALDWIN President
J; ,u- CAbtLK 1st Vice-President
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Kahulut RallroaJ Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. C$.
A. G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Rcnnery Co., ot Baa
Baldwin Locomotive Works, el
Philadelphia, Ponn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), Now York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertllt-
"Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fr.
tlllzers for Cnne and Coffee.
Heed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFF13R FOR SALD
Pnrnfflne Paint Co.'s P. & D. Palnti
and Papers; Lucol and Linseeal
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), ,
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LlsB
CASTLE & COOKB
Tb. Ea Plantall' Co.
Its Walatua Arrlculsval Co., L f ,;
Trjs Konala Sua ar Co
Tta Wilnaii Surar 111! Co.
Tba Koloa ArrlcuTtural Co,
To. Fulton Iron Worba. St ! aa.
Tbs Slanlaid Oil Co.
Tba Gao. F, Blaba Slaara PgB.
Wsston s Ctntrlfueals
J. Ns tnsland Ills Iniur aoc. C, at Im . s
!! .'? F"! In' Co- ' Harliorl, QMn
IB. Alllanca AssarancaCft of Lools.
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Managta
Clous Spreckels Vice President.
W. M. Glffaril ..Second Vice President.
II. SI. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Ham.
Oeo. J. Roes AudlLoa
laxms or tbb
OIANIO STEAMSHIP OOHPAin-
OF BAN FRANQIHOO. OA1
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxatlvo Ilromo Quinine Tabled.
All druggists refund tho money If it
fnlls to cure. E. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
RIIMOVE OUR LEGATION.
Now York, Sept. 10. A special to
tho Trlbuno from Washington anys
that unless Minister Conger, In reply
to questions sent by cahlo to him near
ly a week ago by direction of tho presl-
uent, gives Hotter reasons than aro
now conceived here for his contlnu
nnco ut Peking ho will bo Instructed to
remove tho American legation wlthnut
delay to Shnnghal. Oenernl CJiaffcu's
troops will escort tho minister nnd le
gation to Tnku and Admiral Rcmey
will tnko them on tho nrooklyn to 'ho
Chineso metropolis, making that port
tho meeting place for his fleet. Tho
main American military forco will
probably not remnln on Chineso terri
tory nfter October 1, nnd Its withdraw
al from Peking may bo a matter of
less than ten days.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb nt, BU
BIEWEl 5 C6., LTD.,
Ousan stmt. Hooolglo U.l
Hawaiian Al-iiltiir-l F" -.- A. ...... ai
Company, Ooklta Surar Plant. Co, Onoasa fan
1.0.. rionoisu aucar ts., walluku aur
Sucar Co . Ilataakala Rarth Co.. Moll
Plantar's Una San Fr l.scoPacM
as s-o. a una 01 Boston racatta
ar Co . Malm
as. ! tsar
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. Cooke, President) George la
Koliertsoii, Munagori K. F. Bishop
Treruuiror and (Secretary 1 Col. W. ,
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. Watsvr
liouse, Oeo. K. Carter, Directors.
PER S. B. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full lino ot grapes, ap-
.pies, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red polntoes, antes, salmon, flounders,
hnllbut, crabs, Eastern nnd California
oyBtrrs (in tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, ijuall. a -j11 line ot
rnnneil goods. CAS1AR1NOS' REFRIGERATOR.
brfneril Hunger ot
fb Ratable Life Asautino Sociitf
Of th United Stat.B tot tht Bavtilaw
Ofiimii M.mhanl stress. Ho
M, PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
Wholesale Importers snd Jobbers
(arop.in and American D'j aoo
Fo t and qaeen Street.
H. HAOKFELD t VV L M
fiHERAL CQNKISSIOK AQGF7I.
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