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THE, EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H 1.. THURSDAY. rcTOBER tt. nro
w r t JTr9uwfleVlul..LaK.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGB SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
lithe itrongeit ana" molt lervlceabla cement oudo and will pemltthe admltture of l lercer anount ol lana
or gravel, with leu Ion of ifrentf n, thn any other brand: It ll therefore the mott economical.
"ALtn nai nu cvuALin wujKi Mntntss ana annutANKiinu ArAi.ii i. it vvciuna
LESS PER BUSHEL, (meaiurlnr about 10 PER CENT. MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than other
of anda. which verv materially REDUCES Ha coat aa comoared with other cementl) It la therefore an ECONO
MICAL cement touie and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORrT.
Teoille Strength In Pounds Per Square Inch Made at Royal Teillnf Station, Berlin, iMo-oo.
NlAT Cbmint One part Cement
Three Parts Sand
After ? dayi. After S dayi. After dayi. After iS days
ALSENi.,,..... mH lH lK KtK
, .TD4H . . eii inn
PREMIUMS: VYoill'e Fair. Chicago. i.il Adelatia Jubilee Int. Ea'n ilti.
Melbourne, t83. New Zealand ex So. 5. Ex'n, Dunedln, 1889-90.
CAPACITY AND SALES. the output o! the "A15EN factorial li, anna present
Centennial Int. Et'n
time, tarter than
that of any manufactory of Portland Cement In Europe.
tea well around Governor's Island, New York Harbor, has never been equaled by any other cement.
The yearly sales ol Alien's Portland Cement In the United States ll greater than that of any other brand
The following test, made In actual work by Col
Houtton, Corpi of Englneeri, IJ. S. A.,
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH
inirry uayi, its rounai. ror aiaewaiai it
One Day, 14 poundi: Seven Dayi, fjoo pounds,
I founda. For S dewallte It plv.i the belt color and the mott enjurab a wear nr aurfaca.
Testlmonlela from moat eminent analneeri. archltecta and contractori endortlnr the htrtl arale
(Oallty of "ALSEN" furnished on application to
TOaeo. EE. -Dsivies cSc Co., X-tcl.
We have the FRESHEST and PUREST
lot of Drugs to be found in the T. of H.
An Experienced Compounder who knows
Bring your perscripthns to us to be
filled. Satisfaction guaranteed.
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
T7s7"e "Tatcl-v "Tia.11 "STo-ui Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for itorel and property,
and confidential work ol all sorti. .1
Office Room 4 Model Block
Beit City referencel turnlihed. Detective
P. O. UOX 2S4.
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 TAIiLlTUSE.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
O Sole Agents O
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co., - Ltd.,
Cor. Fort aid Mcrchant Stohti
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
Tb World Renowntl Brani of Cigars
Liillictxx w Russell-
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. NONE BETTER.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing ; Promptly ; Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Store and Oflce Fitting.
Ptani and Eltlmalei Fumfihad.
Hotel Street, near Barracks,
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Japanese in both
White and Fancy,
of all sites.
in Jllite and Wliilt.
Hardest Fought Battle of
Season Among the
FIVE HEATS TO DECIDE
ALL BELOW 2:09 MARK
World's Fastest Stallion Pulls Down
$20,000 Stake Shows Himself
to be Stayer as Well
in large variety.
Iloston, Sept. 27. Crcsccus, the king
of stallions, added a jewel to Ills crown
today by winning In fio hnnl ilrlvcn
heats the $20,000 rnco at tho meeting
of tho New England Trotting Horse
Breeders' Association on tho Heads
vlllo track. So much of a favorite was
the son of Robert McGregor beforo
the trial began that tho pools were
barred against him. It looked for two
heats as If the great stake would be
wrested from the king by that wonder
ful little trotter, Charley Hcrr, tho
winner of tho Massachusetts stako
ir.ee last year. Hut game as was Char
ley Hcrr his strength wns not equal to
tho task, und his star set In tho third
beat when Cresceus beat him nt tho
wire. Once after that, In the fourth
heat, tho Lexington horse mndo a won
derful bid for the race, leading to tho
three-quarters and then being beaten
out In the stretch by Cresceus, who
seemed to have marvelous speed Just
when It meant so much for him.
Tho day was perfect for the race and
the track, while looking a trlflo soft,
was evidently prime footing. Tho
crowd must havo gono well over tho
23,000 mark, the people swarming over
the grand stand nt 2 a scat nnd fill
ing the bleachers at (1 n head. Tho
grounds everywhere around the stands
wero "standing room only" for thou
sands. The horses announced to start
were Cresceus, owned by George Kt
cham of Toledo; Charley Herr, David
11111 of Lexington, Ky.; Jupc, T. W.
Lnwson of Iloston; Arlon, Malcolm
Forbes of Iloston; Crnttan Doy, II. II.
Plant of Macon, On.; Denton M., W.
Marble of Wllklnsonvlllo , and Lord
Vincent, Georgo F. Todd of Youngs-
town, O. Qrnttan Boy was drawn for
the pole. Lord Vincent second nnd tho
others In order, Charley Herr, Cres
ceus, Arlon, Denton M, and Jupo out
Six times they came down to tho
wlro and then n short delay ensued. On
tho resumption of scoring tho word was
given to n ragged start, as fi rattan Hoy,
as tho fmorlto for second place, start
ed a trlllo unsteady, and then settled
down, but not quick enough to keep
Arlon from taking tho polo at tho
eighth, with Charley Hcrr at his heels.
Jupo was tho last and tho others well
bunched. Around tho first turn went
tho horses, and until tho quarter It
was not posslhlo to pick tho position.
At that dlstnnco Arlon hnd an easy
lead, with Herr right behind Grattan
Boy, Cresceus and Benton M. making
a fast bunch.
At the half tho horses wero about tho
same, nil moving steadily. On the next
quarter the going was very fast, and
at the three-quarters Arlon barely led
the three-quarters Arlon barely led
Charley Herr, All eyes were on Cres
ceus, who seemed to bo making Orat
tan Boy step out, nnd for an eighth tho
speed was so great that both horses
almost closed up tho gap with tho lead
ers, Down the stretch they en me but
Charley Hcrr hart gone by Arlon, and'
by a length was under the wire first.
Tho fight was for place, for Cresceus,
breaking away from Grattan Boy, tried
to put his nose ahead of Arlon, hut did
Tho second heat was somewhat simi
lar to the first, for It brought Charley
Herr again a winner. With the pole he
Immediately stepped to the lead. Arlon
Lroke when 100 yards away and drop
ped behind to get his feet. Cresceus
was after Herr, nnd at his wheel thfc
two passed tho quarter, Grattan Boy
third, Arlon sixth and Jupe In the rear.
To the half there was no change except
that Herr was almost n length ahead
of Crcsccus. As the horses came to tho
three-quarters Grattan Boy made a bid
lor a place with the leaders, but ho
could not hold his speed. At the three
quarters Herr was royally fighting
Cresceus with his length to the good.
and In a grand drive in around the
curve and through tho stretch Herr
won by a nose.
The third heat Charley Herr lost by
the same dlstanco ho had won the pre
vfous heat. Ho had the pole, but
Cresceus got tho best of the start and
Benton M. the worst of It, for the lat
ter neer made up tho distance lost nt
tho wire. Cresceus held the lead to
tho eighth, was fighting hard to keep
Charley Hcrr behind him nt the quar
ter, with Grattan Boy also to be reck
oned with, and lost tho lead at the
half to Herr. This gave Cresceus and
Grattan Boy a chance to brush a fast
eighth, which they did, although Herr
also stepped lively nnd was a length to
the good. Coming down to the wire It
was anybody's finish. But Cresceus
got there by a nose, It seemed, nnd the
crowd went wild.
Tho fourth heat opened with Cres
ceus tho favorite once more. At the
word Cresceus, Chnrley Herr and Arlon
went by on even terms. Out went the'
first named, pulling Hcrr after him,
the latter having n trlflo the better of
ll at tho quarter, while Grattan Boy
had displaced Arlon ns third. Charley
Herr continued to lead nt the half by a
length, Cresceus could not shake Grat
tr.n Boy, while Arlon was four lengths
behind. It wns at tho three-quarters
that Hcrr's chance of winning looked
best, for, with n whole length to tho
good, it did not nppear that he could
lose. But with nn ease that carried
tho crowd off Its feet Cresceus stepped
out and In tho stretch went to tho
front by four lengths nnd Hcrr tired
wns whipped under the wire a second,
Just out of Grattan Boy's way, Tho
others wero well behind.
The fifth and Inst heat was a simple
affair. Cresceus led tho way around In
nn easy manner. Tho fcaturo was In
tho last 100 yards, when Grattan Iloy
beat Herr for the place. Summary:
Stallion championship, free-for-all,
purse $20,000, trotting.
Cresceus (2:0IVi) 3 2 111
Charley Hcrr 2:09) 1 12 2 3
Grattan Boy (2:0$) 4 3 3 3 2
Arlon (2:07i) 2C555
Lord Vincent (2:0S) 5 4 4 i 1
Benton M. (2:10) C B dls.
Jupc (2:07) 7 dls.
Tlme-2:07'e, 2:07H. 2:07, 2:07',5,
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. C. Achl President A Manager
M. K. NskulDi Vice President
J. Makstnal .Treasurer
Knoch Jolinion Secretary
Goo. L. Desh Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplksne.
Tbeabovo Company will buy, lease),
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also hs houses In the Cltv
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
No. 1. Business property on Smith
street, between Pauahl and Beretanla
No. 2. Residence property on Punch
bowl street, near Vineyard street, suit
able for cottages.
No. 3. Flno suburban property front
ing on McCully street and running
from Beretanla to King streets.
Will sell on easy terms, viz.: part In
cash, or approved stocks or bonds, bat-
anco on mortgage.
For Sale or
Valuablo business property, corner of
King nnd Smith streets.
A few office suites In Model Block.
For particulars apply to
Cartwrlght Building, Merchant Street.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
XT Wt wilt Bo or bail Btsl EiUUIb
ill puts ot ths group.
tr We will B.U FropsrtlM on Bsuod
idm Commissions 1
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
Masts, Brokers and Jobber.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLU 1st Vice-President
VV. M. ALEXANDER...-2nd VIce-PreslJent
J. P. CoOKf Treasurer
VV. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
P. O. Boa ttI
BBARD8LEE tt PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 3-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. I44i
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Ooul
Queen street. Hnnolnln
H. F. BERTBLMAN'8
Vo raar of old stand. Entrance on King
itrsst. Or.'.ri left at either shop, of office,
at .'oi'.n NottV ''. Kins; street, will re
laJvi promp attMno. Kll'tf
Lowers k Cwte,
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.
WORLD RECORDS MADE
Tcrro Haute, Ind Sept. 13. Toilay
saw two mora worM'n records dnngllnij
nt tho helt of tho tour-cornered track
at Terro Haute. Tho Ahliott, driven
h' Goers, clipped nnothor half-second
from tho world's trotting record ot
2:03, nlrendy held by lilin, making
n mllo in 2:03'4. Tho quarters wen
mndo in 0:Sl?i, 1:02, 1:31 and
2:0314. the third quarter being done In
Coney, 2:02, owned by Kd Oayloid
of Denver, went ngnlnst time to beat
tho nmatcur world'g pacing record to
wagon, finishing a remnrkablo mllo
in 2:03. Coney clipped half a second
off Free Ilond's record, nuulo In New
Real Estate Broker!
223 MERCHANT ST.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantatloi Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
The California and Oriental S. S. ft.
Af.G. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot Btl
Baldwin Locomotive Works, at
Philadelphia, Penn.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cnno Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FertllN
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Ite
tlllzers for Cano nnd Coffee,
need's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFEIt FOIl SALE
Pnrafflnc Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paint
and Papers; Lucol and LlnsM
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), 9k.
nhlto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LlJH
CASTLE & COOKB
Tea Bwa Plasta!!' Co.
Tta Walalua Aplciiltml Ce., L .i
Tbe Kobala Spear C
Tee Walanea Safer Mill Co.
Tie Kola Afrlcimiiral Ce.
Tbe Folton Iron Work!, SI telle. Be.
Toe Standard Oil Co.
Tke Geo. F, Blake Steaa Pupa,
The New Enr. lend Lite loituaue Co, at la
Ja Xtaa Fire In. Co. ol HartJorf, aaaw
Toe Alliance Aieuranca Co or toaioo..
Property In town and suburbs
. and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . 1
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Managti
Claus Spreckels Vice President.
W. Jt. aiffard ..Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Sec
Geo. J. Koss Audita
Aonm o tub
'JUKANIO STEAMSHIP COMPAIH
OF BAN FRANOIBOO. OAT
CHANGES ARE CONTEMPLATED
IN THE NEW YORK CITY CHARTER
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
Fine Job Printing at
Bible but the chango would also havo
fa- reaching effect In political Isues,
There Is a unanimity on tho proposi
tion to abolish thu municipal assembly
and to havo 110 moro cotiucllmen.
Theip is to bo a board of aldermen
composed of two men from each assem
bly dlstHct In areatcr Now York, or In
all 120 aldermen.
Tto revision commlttco will bring
In 3 plan -Ho sub-dlvldo the nsscmblv
Ulstl lets In tho election of aldermen
and so bring tho men to bo chosen ns
near to tho peoplo as posulblo, Tho
revision committee thinks that a man
rcp'tsentlng about 3000 voters will be
ref.fonubly responsive, to public senti
ment -In nearly alt districts of tho city.
Tho aldermen will bo elected every two
rvarr and the question ot salary Is not
yrt settled, They will havo 11 largo
measure ot legislative power.
It Is estimated thut tho needs ot 1000
0ITI1 1'holders will bo lopped off and
nearly $2,000,000 a year will bo saved
In salaries should nil tho pioposed
an.i'iidmcnts to tho chatter prevail.
the plan for boiough homo rulo nnd
tlio citation of 120 aldermen nio tho
icnlly ladlcal changes pioposed,
New York, Oct. 2. Should the char
ter of Now York city bo amended In
l'no with tho vIowb of the revision
committee appointed by Gocrnnr
Itoosevclt there will he radical
change In the local government of
O renter Now York.
Tho commission will meet today to
('hctiss and pass upon tho work of tho
several sub-commltees. It Is said nn
Ev'od authority that tho members of
the commission, with two exceptions,
are a unit ujkiu all questions and that
the radical changes suggested by Iho
aiili-commltteea will bo sent to Gov
Hoosovclt before December 1, with tho
approval ot the commission, the minor
ity agreeing to sign tho report.
The main proposal Is to give each
ho'r.ugh local self-government In tho
r. aiiagemcnt of street cleaning, polio),
11 ic, water supply, parks, highways und
sheet lighting, Involved In this is
the suggestion that the heads ot tlioso
derailments shall bo appointed by 111'
presidents nt tho several boroughs, thus
giving local homo rule In a broad sense
to the voters nt each subdivision of the
clly. Under this arrangement the tax
luyeis would bo Hlilo to hold their lo
cal oillcluU and not tho mayor respou-
P. B. R. STKAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Tinanclvl Agnt od Collector
9 Bethel St, near P. O.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited tt
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date.
Importers and ,
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb ns, Bts.
Queen meal. Hocoluls U.I
Hawellan Atrlculniial Cojaar, Aemlcaa lata.
Company, Ootala Sural Plant. Co , Ooo.M SetM
Co., Honomu Sueai Co , Walluku Sue al Co . rflfcil
Surer Co . Ilaleakala Rancb Co., Molokal Raaeki
rianiri kin. aan IT I.KO faCKtl III. !
Co.'a Line ol lion Packet.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke. President! Qoorrai ...
Robertson. Manseori E. F. Hlahnn
Treasuror and SecroUryj Col, W, ,
Ajieu, Auiiu in r. u. Jones, li. wUr
linuae, Geo. It. Carter, Directors.
At tbe Old Stand
On Fort Street
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FlKST CUSS WORK GUAKANTKI.L
Union St. near Hotel ijai
Young St , bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnlilicJ rooms with roird,
Also table board, Telephone )17I lllue.
taoneral Manager ot
Tb. IqujtabU Life taurinci Sooictf
Ol tb rjnlUd Btatea (or the Bawallw
Ortuat Maeejhant itrMt. Bo
M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
Wholaaale Importeri and Jobbtn
toropun tod American D7 loo
Fo t and Queen Btreeti.
H. HAOKFELP & CO.. T id
ai.Maja1 iu Mii"aiiiiklftMnae
.Aa i.n.Vn.Vii iiiiuiiiiifiifiiK m-iifrtf-' f-""-. vto".w
,UmLaUilt'ja)JW'i" I' 'irfr'tlm VrJ'1 i" t li ' "i " ' l""'1"'
CHGB&L C0MHI8SI0K Mil ''w
Oor.Fort and Queen Btrneia UcolrU - .Mm