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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H, h THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, ivo
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE 8HIPMENT
, Alsen Portland Cement
' tha atrongast and molt aarvlcaaMa ctncnt Mils and will permit ftia admlatuta of . largar amount of aan a
ttanda. which vary materially REDUCES hi coital compared wim othar cam anta) It la therafora an ECONO
MICAL ceatnt to um and SPECIALLY, ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK,
or Itavtl, with laaeloaaof etrtrftth; than any other brand; It latbarefora tha most economical.
. ''ALSEN" haa NO EQUAL In COLO. FINENESS and SAND CARRYINO CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (maaiurlng about to PER CENT. MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than othar
Taealla Strength In Pound! Par Sahara Inch Made at Royal Taitlnc Station. Barlln. tSlg-oo.
NBAT CIMINT Ont part Cement
Thraa Parti Sand
Ihuajl.iM Aft a 4. . Alfa A.m Ar,.B4..
AtSlN......... (....v.. n.u t.iH 100V , ioiK -
v 149' wjl
Ea'n 1M7. Centenntaf Ink Ea'n
lha preeent time, tartar than
u PREMIUMS: World's Fair. Chtcico.ilfi. AJtttit JubllM Int. Cx'i
tWIbournf, t8M. Nw Zetland a So. S. Ei'n, Dunlln,'iS8goa.
t CAPACITY AND SALES.-1 h output ol th "ALSEN ' ftctorltt ll. at
that of any manufactory of Portland Ctmtnt In Europ.
cany mim 01
Tha yearly salts of Alwn's Portland Omtnt In th Unite! States Is trtattr than that of any other brand,
tollowlnrtcft. mada In actual work fevLol. D. C. Houston. Cores of En r Inters. U.S. A?, at the
Ma wall around Governor's Island, New York Harbor, has never bean equaled by aay other cantat Ills
TENSILE KTBFNr.TM PED CAIUDB H(U
Dirry uays, sis pounas. ror siaewams 11
One Dav. l Bounds: Seven Days. 600 pounds.
tvet me mii coior ana we most tnauraoit wearing suriice.
it rtoundft. For Sldowftlk II lv thi
Testimonials fronimati amlneM MivtMsira. architects aad contractara endorslnr tha tilth rrade
wallty of "ALSEN" furnished on application to ) f " .,
Tleo. . .DstTries 6c Co., Hitd.
I PHILADELPHIA ICE CREAM xH
With Crushed Fruits I
I Only ats9 B
I HONOLULU - DRUG - CO. I
H : All others are Imitations H
Families and Parlors SupplleJ at SHORT NOTICE. :
I Our Ice Cream Soda is the. talk of the M
I town. ' M
k HONOLULU DRUG CO., g
TeTTsTsLtcli. "S7sT.ki.ile "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AdENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property,
and confidential work of all sorts. :.
Office Room 4 Model Block
Bait City ralarancai farnlthed. Datactlva
P. O. BOX 294.
IN DEATH AS ft IK
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES OF
speak. Mr. Smythe Is considered by
many to bo the ablest minister ot the
Swedenborglan faith. He certainly s
a speaker of rare eloquence nnd sym
pathy and' his remarks were listened
to with the most profound nttentlon.
Ho bcxan with the familiar and com'
ARTHUR SEWALL FUNERAL Vtlng "I am the resurrection nnd the
Touching Tribute of His Employes-
Simple Service of Swedenborgian
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WITH SHASTA vVATER
The first thing In the morning for a BIG HEAD,
it will make you ALL RIGHT for the days work.
x Shasta Water and Ginger Ale x
ORDER THEM FOR TABLE USE.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
O Sole Agents o i
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co., - Ltd..
Cor. Fort and Merchant Struts
HAS RECE1VED.PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Tha World Rfnownal Brand of Cigars ,
Leillietii :-: Rusael
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. NONE BETTER.
The Bath (Me.,) Times gives the
following account of the funcfal of thy
late Arthur Scwnll:
Out In Maplo flrovo cemetery, silent
city where so many generations of
Data's sons have found a long, swo-t
rest .out In the shade of the pines and
maples through which tho voices of
eternity are whispering, out where the
setting sun drops his last benignant,
reassuring smile and kiss ns ho drop3
behind the distant hills all that was
mortal of Arthur Bewail sleeps beneath
n bright and fragrant coverlet of flow
ers. And abovo him the flag of Ills
country which he loved so well and
tho blue flag with tho white S whlrh
flies from his proud fleets In all tho
corners of the world float from the
rigging of the floral ship which Is nt
once the emblem of his greatness and
tho tribute ot the lovo of tho men win
worked for him.
With all the solemn rites and with
all tributes of respect nnd love, the
body of the great shipbuilder wns tak
en to Its final resting placo and com
mltted to tho grave today. The day
could not linvo been better for the Bad
ovent, and perhaps tho sunlight serve 1
to lighten a little tha weight of mourn
fulness that rested upon the coinmun
Ity, For the sun was bright and a
fresh breeze cooled tho air.
Tho funeral service was tho simple
servlco of the faith to which Mr.
Scwnll belonged and everything calcu
lated to make the event spectacular
was so far as possible avoided. Tho
proceedings wero In keeping with Mr.
Scwnll's truly democratic tastes and
dlsllko of display.
At half past ten tho men who arc
employed In the Scwnll yard proceel
ed from their hall In a body to tho man
sion bearing tho flower ship, which wjn
their tribute to tho employer whom
they loved. At the house they assemb
led on the lawn during the ceremony.
Tin house was filled with the friends
of tho deceased. In tho solemn, hush
ed throng wero to be seen almost every
business and professional man of Hath,
public officials and political leaders of
all faiths prominent business nnd pro
fessional men of many other cities and
There was a solemnity and sadness
over tho whole assemblage which whs
more, than ordinarily impressive. It
was genuine sorrow for a universally
lite," and followed It with other similar
Words of comfort nnd hope from the
Dtble, reading them with the most sol
emn manner. His remarks wero simple
words of hope and praise which touch
ed every listening heart profoundly.
Prayer followed, concluded with tho
Lord's Prayer which was taken up and
repeated fervently by tho greater part
of the congregation.
In conclusion. Just before tho bene
diction, Mr, Smythe repeated Impres
sively the Inspiring words o'f Mr. Sev
an's favorite hymn, "Jerusalem the
Then the company began to file down
the steps and out of the grounds Into
a groat throng of people who had gath
It was befor6 the ceremony began
that the men who were Mr. Sewali's
employes and who had already tentl
fled to their love and respect for him In
so many ways, paid their last touch
ing tribute. One by one they fllid
from the lawn to tho room where their
late employer lay and ns each man
passed with bowed head and sorrowful
mien, ho tenderly laid a flower on tho
It was 11:30 when .tho ceremony
came to an end but so much tlmo win
necessary to transfer tho flowers that
It was 12:30 when the long, sad pro
cession started down Washington stroot
on Its way to tha cmetery.
Mr, Smythe occupied the first car
rlago then enmo two with tho bearers
then the henrso with the honored re
mains nnd the family and friends fol
lowed. The procession extended from
High to Lincoln street on North.
In accordance with the wishes of tin
family tho employes did not march to
tho grnvc In n body and tiro processkn
whs not different frbm other funeral
processions except In length.
At the grave tho flowers covered tho
entire lot. Tho pall bearers and mem
bers of the family alighted thcro and.
surrounded by nn Immense throng -)f
uncovered heads, listened to a brl"fi
commitment service performed by Mr.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capita Stock - $100,000.
Capital; paid up, $48,860
V. 0. Achl President 4 Manager
M. K. Nakulos Vice President
J. Mskaln.l .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Oeo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
1 J. W. Blplkam..
The above Company will buy, leaso,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has house In the City
of Honolulu for rent. US9-vl
J. J. WILLIAMS,
stems. Brokers iod .oohen..
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE $t Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDER...md Vice-President
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Visitors are cordially Invited tt
.all and inspect our gallery of life
ize royal photos, from Kamehameht
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Stroot ::
W. C. ACHI & CO
Brokers & Dealers
architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Stora and Oflca Flttlnr.
Plana and Eatlnataa Furnfirrtd.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
TsUphois 111. 9
Japanese in both
While and Fancy,
of all sizes.
to Go to Work
Hnzlcton, Pa., Sept. 19. Tho
ranks of the strikers In the Hazclton
district were considerably Increased to
day by recruits from nearly every :ol
llery In tho region that worked yester
day. Tho most important movement
occurred south of here this inornln
when 110 striking mlno workers of
McAdoo made a victorious mnrch
through tho south side. They succeod
17 We will 1)3 01 (,. UtJ EiUtcii
11 puts of tha groan.
tr We will B.11 FropertlMonliMUKt
OFFICE. 10 West King Stree-i
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. U.
..6. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of Baa
Baldwin Locomotive Works, !
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FertM-
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Kr
tlllzcrs for Cine nnd Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OKFKR FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paint
nnd Papers; Lucol and LInswal
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), fc
wlilto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lla
CASTLE & COOKB
Tha ta Plantatl' Co.
Tba Walalua Atrlcnltrral Ca H,'
rtn Kohala Sua ar C.
Tha Walamaa Sural Kill Co.
Tba Koloa A(Tlctiltural Co.
Tba Fulton Iron Worba. St loala. M.
Tba Standard Oil Co.
Tba Gao. F. Blaaa Slaaai Psapa.
Tba Ntw England Llr. laauraaca Ca, .1 SJm
Tba Cm. Flra Ina. Co. ol Hartford, Haw
Tba Alllanta Anurinca Co of toaia..
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
in Blue and White.
in large variety,
Qao. W. Pata
P. W. Baardilaa
P. O. Bot
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. - 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen street. Honolnlit
Lowers & Conke
H. F. BBRTELMAN'S
forsarofold stand. Entrance on King
tt'at. Or 'r left at either shop, or offics,
it .'oi-.nVolt'j i'are, King street, will rs
c'vs pron:p ttrTioo. MJi'tf
A Specialty !
FLAT TOP DESKS
FOR OFFICE USE
Call and see them.
We also have a
Fine line of . . .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in this city.
Henry watcrhouso k Co
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
eil hi tvlnir nn Revernl ODerattona 'itid
respected and universally useful fellow ) in further crippling the Colcralne col
liery. Tho Colernlno employs D77 men
when running full, but of this num
ber only half went to work yesterday.
When the McAdoo men arrived at Col
cralno this morning tho women wero
badly frightened nnd advised the Col
eralno men to remain nway from ll.o
mines. When the whistle blew It was
found that only about ICO men had re
ported for work at No. 2 slope, which
usually employes about 200 men. Ruck
Mountain slope nnd No. 1 slope ot tho
samo company were completely shut
down. Tho breaker which handles tin
coal of tho three slopes had only twsn-
ty-flvo boys working out of about 130.
Tho Van JVycklo strlpplngs, employ
ing 250 men, failed to start this morn
ing, tho men there also having been
persuaded to quit by tho McAdoo
From Colcralne the McAdoo men
went to Treskow, whero they succeeded
In closing tho Tyler nnd McTurk Vaih
cry, employing twenty-live men, nnd
also prevailed upon the fifty men
working at Crawford nnd Dugan's
strlpplngs not to go to work. From
that placo they proceeded to Honey
brook and persuaded the men working
at Carson's washcry not to begin work.
Tho only other collieries working on
th south side besides tho crippled Colc
ralne nro Coxey's at Reaver Meadow,
which Is working full, and the Hvans
nt nenver Meadow, which Is short-handed.
The- Hazel mines at tho Hazelton
shaft. of tho Lehigh Valley Coal com
pany In this city are practically deid,
only a handful of men being employed.
No. 40 shaft of the samo company Is
working very short-handed.
Operators In this district claim that
many men are anxious to work hut
they fear bodily harm and do not o
to tho mines for that reason. The Van
Wycklo Coal company sent coal and
Iron police to the home of Its men on
the south side this morning to ;;ot
them to return to work. They prom
ised them protection on their way to
and from work at tho mines, but very
few men, If any, went back.
This Ib "Foremen's Day" In Hazelton
and a big street parado was liML
Thero was n big crowd out hut no dis
order was reported.
TO CURH A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxntlvo Ilrnmo Qulnlno Tablet!,
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to euro. K. W, drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 rents.
Fine Job Printing at
The remains lay still In Arthur Sew
ali's favorite room, tho southeast par
lor, whero they wero placed upon their
arrival from Small Point. Tho room
wns n mass of fragrant flowers which
completely concealed tho rich caslcct
and Its pedestal, whlrh trailed over the
mantle, loaded tables and depended
from tho chandeliers nnd every avail
able projection. Prominent nmot.g
them all was tho beautiful floral ship
of the employes which rested near the
caokct. It was without doubt tho most
Imposing display of flowers that was
ever witnessed at a Rath funeral.
Tho casket Itself was an elegant af
fair, but was completely concealed by
the flowers. It wns heavily ornament
ed with Herman silver lions' hends at
tho corners, long bar handles along tho
sides nnd across tho ends, all magnifi
cently wrought, and n heavy but plain
plate upon tho lid hearing tho simple
Nov. 25, 1835
Sept. 5, 1900. ,
Tho pall bearers, all friends of Ar
thur Sowall In life, stood sorrowfully
about tho flower-banked casket. Tlisy
wero James McLellan, George Fisher'
and Charles W. Larrabco of UiU city,
Hon. Joseph Manley of Augusta, Jiu'go
William L. Putnam of Portland and
Weston Lewis of Onrdlner.
Tho family of tho deceased occupied
an tipper room and the friends fllbd
all the other available Space In the
Among tho relatives present from out
of town wero Rev. Frank Sewall, a
brother of tho deceased, of Washing
ton, wlfo nnd daughter Mary; Mrs. A
L. Cutler,- n sister, of Rrookllno; Arthur-Cutler
ot Chicago, Herbert Cutler
of Kansas City and W. S. Cutler of
Rrookllno, nephews; Mrs. Humphrey
and daughter of Unglewood, N. J 11
nlecoj Hotaco Ropcti of New York nnd
Miss Trufant ot Roston.
II. 11. Dearborn of New York, tho
Now York agent for A, Scwnll & Co.,
and n largo repiescntntlon of tho sum
mor colony nt Small Point nttended tho
It wus but a fow moments after 11
o'clock when the Rev. Julian K.
Smytho of New York City began to
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles
Rents collected. '
P..B. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
FlnancM Agtnt nd Collector
No. 0 Bethel St., near P. O.
WE OFFER YOU THB
Best -5c. Cigar
To be had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
m. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manscw
Claus Sprockets vico President.
W. M. (llffard ..Second Vico President
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J, Ross Audits
AOntTS OF TBI
UIANI0 STEAMSHIP OOMPAirv
OV BAN FBANOIHOO. OAT
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ni, HU
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First ciass work guaranteel
Union St. near Hotel yog
nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from S1.Q0
pur week up,
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSE.
BIEWEl CO., LTD.,
Quwn mm, Hooolalu H.I
Hawaiian Arrlniltural Coijaajr. Amarlcu Sua
Company, Ook.li Sua ar Plant. Co . Oaoaa. tana
Co.. Hooonu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co., Maaaaa
Sugar Co . Halaakala Rarcn Co., Molokal Raaaki
Planttr'a Llna San Fr liico Pacini kaa. Bt aaa
ft Co.'a Llna ol Boaa Packata
LIST OF OFFICERS
0, M. Cooko, President! Oeorge A
Roborthou, Manager) E. F. Bishop
Treasurer" and Secretary j Col. W, ,
Allen, Audit tr; V, 0. Jones, B. WaUr
houMi, Oeo. R. Carter, Directors.
(j4n.ni Manage oi
m Rqnjtibla Life Auqiidci Soeiitf
0' th. United States for the UawallM
Ortumi Merehtnt stmt. Ho
Sealed orooosals will be received at th.
office of the Board of Commissioners of
the Honolulu I-fre JJepartment. until iz
o'clock m , Oct. 6th, 1000, for furnishing
3000 feet or 2!a Inch cotton-covered Fire
Hose, to be delivered .within sixty days
after nollfica Ion of acceptince of tender.
All tenders must be accompanied by
K. R. G. WALLACE,
Secretary Poard of CommMoneis of the
Honolulu Fire Department. ifijotd
Fine Job Printing at
M. PHILLIPS 00.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
nropein and American D7 looti
Fo t and Queen Btresta.
H. HACKFELD & GO., Lid
1KEHAL CDIIVISSIOK ABEEti
Cor. Fort aad Queen btreeli Hoaoltl.