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SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
On Wednesday,, July 28, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance- of tlio Executive Build
ing, Honolulu, will bo sold at
Public Auction, tho Hawaiian
Hotel Premises nt Honolulu.
Theso premises arc centrally
located in tho city, in the centre
of the hloek bounded by nud villi
eutrauoo drives from Hotel,
Hichards, Herctauia and Alukea
streets, and tho grounds contain
an area of 1 7-10 acres.
Tho iJuildiugs consist of the
Hotel propor of two stories nud
baspuiout; built of brick and con
crete with broad verandas at front
and rear of each story.
Tho Main Building covers an
area of 10,S00 sq. feet with Lauai
or wing addiliou on one sido,
10x21 toot, and wooden addition
on opposite wing for Kitchen,
There nro also Four Cottages
on tho premises with tun pie pro
vision for bath rooms and closets.
Tho Main Building contains a
spacious Parlor, Public and Pri
. vate Dining Booms, Large Bil
liard Hall and Bar Boom, and
Forty Sleeping rooms. Tho Cot
tages contain about twenty addi
tional sleeping looms.
A water tank with capneity of
10,000 gallons is placed on a
tower at an elovatiou sullicient to
give a good water pressure in
second story of the Main Build
This tank is supplied from
an Artesian well on adjoining
premises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mo
tJrow. Tho buildings aud grounds are
thoroughly lighted with Electric
Plans of tho Buildings and
grounds cau bo seen at tho ofiico
of tho Minister of tho Interior.
Terms of Sale aro Cash in
United States Gold coin.
Upsot price: SliO.OOO.OO.
In caso there is no bidder to
purchase tho property at the above
upset price, a lease of tho same
will immediately bo offered for
eale at an upsot prico of 81000 a
year for a period of thirty years
under (ho conditions set out in
Act 7, Laws of 1S00 and more
particularly of Sections 2 and 1 of
said Acl which reads as follows:
"Section 2. Every 6uch base
shall contain a covenant on tho
part of the ltsi-ee. that he shall,
during tho lirst four years of the
term of the lease, cauxo to bo
erected upon the leased piemises
a fire proof building of Brick,
Stone or Metal, in a workmanlike
manner, satisfactory to the Min
ister of the Interior at not less
than a stated co-it: aud
koop tho sumo suitably in
sured at not less than two
thirds of its value for tho beuefit
of the lessor; and shall keep tho
buildiug in good repair during
tho remainder of tho term of lease,
roat-onablo uso aud woar thereof
only excepted; aud in case of
damago or destruction of such
building by fire, shall make good
such loss or damage by tho neces
sury repairs or reconstruction or
else Hiu render the insurance to tho
"Section 4. Every such loaso
. shall alio contain a covenant on the
j,.u'f r.r the '"sov, tl)f unoti t!i
r-que.-.i in writing by tli lerscour
his representatives, boforo tho ex
piration thorcof, the promises with
tho improvements, biiuII, if all of
tho conditions to bo performed by
tho lessee liavo been satisfactorily
performed, bo put up at auction,
for u loauo for a tuna of not over
twouly years; uulesssaid promises
,fihall be required for public ubib,
of vhieh the lesseo shall receive
ut least one- year's notice. Snoh
auction sale shall be hold not
more than bix mouths nor less
than one mouth before the expira
tion of said term."
Tho oout of building to bo
orected in accordance with Sec
tion 2 as above quoted, is pluced
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
v Interior Ollice, March 27, 1807.
Will bn rocoived nl the Olllco of
tho Minister or tho Interior till 152
g'olook noon of WEDN10SDAY,
.April 31, 1807, for tho construc
tion of tho road over Nuuuuu
! Plans nud Specifications at tho
Ollice of th Superintendent of
i The lenders are lo be based up
! on tho condition that at loasl 80
1 per cent, of tho unskilWl laborers
employed on this work aro to con
I Bi'st of Hawaiians, Americans or
1 The Minister of tho Interior
I does not bind himself to accept
tho lowest or any bid.
1 J. A. KING,
Minister of the lntei ior.
, luterior Ollice, April 0, -1807.
Holder of water privileges or tUo'e
paying water rates, ure hereby uotl-fl-(
that the hours for Irrigation pur
pose r.re from a to 8 o'clock A. M. ami
from (4 to 6 o'clock p. t.
Hupt, Honolulu Water Woiks.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. 1., April 0, lbliT.
5f? Eueiir?d Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 7, 1807.
There is no harm iu trying.
Tt is not necessary that the sub
scription list should bo etuck
under tho noses of business mon
so as to put them, if they refuse
to contribute anything, into in
vidious comparison with their
j neighbors, who may be only do
ing a stroke of selfish business by
subscribing. There should be a
subscription list opened, however,
and left at convenient places to
catch tho eye of any man of pub
stanco who realizes tho value of
an effective militia as a security
for property. A substantial header
put down by a large-Bouled man
of affairs would likely set the ball
rolling in good style and success
would soon come in sight. The
volunteers themselves, as hap,
been already explicitly staled,
aro ready and eager to
furnish their quota. This
will be largely in ca!i and for the
rest in tho organizing of enter
tainments that will yield money.
A volunteer body cannot be done
without. Its alternative is cou
scriptive militia drill for btated
periods each year of nil men from
eighteen to forty or fifty yeurs of
age. This would be irksome, un
popular perhaps oven intolera
ble. To keep tho volunteer forces
iu gooil heart, to mike Ibo service
attractive for them, uod, especial
ly, to inspire them with that es
prit do corps which is the t-oul of
nny organization, a convenient
ami comely rendezvous is requlr
ed. Tli3 desideratum is really not
a formidable one for accomplish
ment once the public spirit of
Honolulu gets to working on it.
Let tho promoters simply ignore
tho voice of tho objector, who
says with his kind to every pro
joct involvinc a little "git up and
git,' unit liieie arc Uoua ..n the
path.'' Steadfastly decline to dis
cuss tho question of feasibility,
and only consider ways and
means for tho quickest achieve
ment. Then a few montliB, if not
weeks, will sco tho laying of the
foundations of an armory for the
National Guard of Hawaii, v.iiicb
will bo- n worthy addition to tho
architectural attractions of Hono
lulu. NEW RULES NEEDED.
There is great need in Hono
lulu for a penal rule of the road
making all vehicles keep to tho
right, not only in passing other
vehicles but under all circum
stances while on tho move. Ac
ciilouts iirodiecomiug loo frequent
In tho Htroots, ami narrow escapes
are the most common iucidouts iu
ovorydny experience, Jticycles,
now -fill abounding, ought to bo
subject to that mlo when made.
A stop should also be pul to id-
EVENING JBUIJliBTIN, .IMBItTL
jjmwuyi'' i i"""i",'",v.'ri"U" -
lowing vdlitalni iwlimitetMima'df
standing iu the lri, otnioaial
ly iu such a narrow nud fwpiet
ol thoroughfare se dfort street.
While shoppers are doing tho
stores iu a partiaulnr streot, their
drivers or companions deft with
the reins ought to keep the-car-
riagos moving, or if there .is
nobody to do so the turnouts
Hhould be tied up eouiowhero off
the crowded thoroughfare, it is
a marvol to all who giveithenuat
ter n thought, that Fort.streetJs
not tho scono of vohioular dovasla
hou, accompanied with
houbi injury. uvry ubj
in thu u-nnl:. Often mere tbabos
aro left with tho rwns iu carriages
at the narrowest purl tf Fort
efttkiif it'll. rA ft atruft nur fiuuttuil
along every six or iht iuiuutw
and all sorts ' vehiclws-uwiwiior
the ripht of way on ettlw-r g4e.
The niK'Stiou fr-istJ xuie iff
the road with puHltK'H aUnebtd
the more impotent i.ow, lrw
horhole conveyance will be lin
next i;re:t ulilk ""'""""-
established iu iionoli)u.
Now that an amieable un8er
standing has been .reached 'be
tween the Executive ,und ihe
A'olunteere, it ib in order to con
sider lueaue for luulaugrthe volun
teer (service more ipleasaut iu
peace times, no that ite (Mipniank.o
may be revived. Xwi lxvw
positive indummieiii-. iMMiwte
providing of a newariaotj.te-
where diftCHied. i. - aluiiiw
ought to be tretu omte m&? is
the matter of dr.,. Liua-pUm:
awkward nquaiJ- .: r-:rHt tin.'
volunteers do im ui dtilting
every weeL Guiimu dil4 tiuoe
' .U,1 , !!l...:n... T '
iUUUIUD) IU)U JCIUIUUIHI ,J1&IIM,
with an occunioutii ooiupuiition -
of comoauiesm oonneutionlhere
with, ought to be utlioitut. 5uuh J
a scheme would ulo hu Imucoiouti
side public iutsiet juju theruby.
accordiuu to human nature timu
Jate the ambition of the voluutoera i
to make the best pobaible .dhow
"lied tape1' would oem do .be
institutional in New South flVulefi.'
Lately a suppleruant lo dhe Gov
eminent Gazette -.us atwuetl, lor
the bole purjjoBeof-5onv-ying4;n
announcement by .the Public Ber-j
vice Board, signed ly its mom-
lei a, to the I'UWt thai th vuU
of Mrs. .Mary Ann Anhtoa, bonne 1
cleaner to the Department of
Lands, vore of u peiusanent '
character, and that iit-i httrriue
fchould be retained, logethw with j
a memorandum of Lr-r cluotiticu ,
tion and talaiy a- a public ufliuial.
The Balary, it may be talel, vbb
sixty pounds, oquul u&M). That ;
was not all, however, for a feeeoad j
supplement of the ame date -was
issued lor tne stne purpose
the first, because the number .of ;
the oriiaal issue liad been prjit '
ed "123" instead of "glT .Mary;
jad been iriit
Ann was solid, though.
A financial article in a leading
English periodical Jaet month!:
said money was bo plentiful in
New York that it was diilJuultio'
i r-.r J
1 'V '
thing over one aud ai iialf pircaut 1
ior buuri iuuuB, siiu oiuuii Mxuuvy A
was lying idle. Buch & condition
of the chief American .money i
market ought to have afforded u
good opportunity for lLe Jiawaii-
tarill bill has been passed, othut)g
"ji jvii'-'x njiai jp Jjv ,ufj vv " - 1
for u little while, wunev w
bo quite so sluggish iu that
Opium is bem- retncte4 jd;
uie jjruisu colonies ui me Auam
according to tho following state
ment lately made by Mr. Chum
borlainiu the House of Commons,
replying to a yue&tion: "TiieCe
Ion Government have recently de
cided, with my approval, to prohi
bit the importation of hemp drugs j s
into Ceylon, aud to raise the im
port duty on opium jroiu one
rupee to two rupee per pound."
This iinnouucument of the Colon
ial Secretary was greetotl with
tokons of approval by tho Hois.
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introduced tin tilieffiSuiio-
lulu -public laiiS wflikjh Ifiuii
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His Hanu&EctDring Harness Go.
K vi nnt KLinsf Srrots.
OL'IU: fe?P'JE!:CljtJLrrY" IS
Phse Handmade Harness, Stc,
2. Wn fosep- 5n atocfc
a Rep' mi atocfc and sell no goods
(DUTTt OWN" lArAXL'PACTUIliiJ.
-farr Al&vm fff
5Cv chnc w hnw- found n j
Bronraann diar; in a. nowertul 1
II lllllll ... alw la . uaa
tmii.i-ibr yr.wy iiurm
a ." ir
-' - rmmi. V'.dViatV MilU .-x-l.
WMfflt t line amfattlWre-
nuirarj low rtimre of
rt g f u
j atfiirril ot rnm the riak of con-
tnrttahir su'.ftneaa, whicliiia sure
- - . -r...r.ji i-.i.
Ov Jhjcp- the sewera,. cesa-pools
aniD ouriiouMes fn a, perfec
jy Bfiysfcfan! will endorse
;whruj we- claim' whea we tell
fyu2 tiiac nine; tenths of all
jfiivera- and! aliJr illness fs the
jcaauffc of carefessness about
jt3ltf sanitary conditions of the
r0i rreat: o(jit-r:tinn tn mnar.
.wcjd :ti dt8areeab!p odor. Pun-
D'onft delay in; purrfying the
mat cfny htraihe
-- r. Z. "TrT"e
u. w n.iu.. proviuenci
yam may escape- illness. Now
fc th time; to commence-the
gnodl woclcr doit wait until
tfi Jendl heat of summer has
amveiT ft may Be too- late,
QTalre time By the- forelock,
Tv Bcj foDiwarneil is to- Be Tore
rmerT ihir.rm in. qnantitics ti suit.
We sua; truySbhi- Agents.
Ficfiisfsr Drug Co.
t Ma ctfitmr cncfcr oe
. i,C(iy :tblr.ft.tttrtari.
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'iV! ifrtf. J(V jrrti ,f ft dftlil
j. .r cough nix.
if. (). iBox :i22.
ami sell no goods except
The. arrfval of the last Aus-
tralfa was greeted with a sigh
or rener rrom tne wnoie com
terval between mails had made
people quite anxious, and rum
ors of war and other political
disturbances were llying as
thick as leaves in Vallambrosa.
The encouraging news of the
jrobable passage of the Ding
ey bill, imposing a duty on all
brefgn sugars while preserving
'or Hawaii nei the advantages
of the Reciprocity Treaty, glad
dened the hearts of all, planters
as well as merchants, who pre
dict a new era of prosperity
and progress for these beauti
ful Isles of the Pacific. News
was also brought of the knocking-
out of Champion Jim Cor
bett by his sturdy opponent
The "Tribune Bicycle"
knocks them all out. Like the
Roman tribunes of old, it stands
on a pinnacle of fame, elevated
above all others, and like Fitz
simmons it beats all the other
The '9 Model is the acme
of perfection in wheels; it has
no equal. We received a num
ber of them by this Australia
and can furnish them in black,
royal, blue or maroon.
The Sajer Pneumatic Saddle
fs recognized as the best for
ease and comfort; no disease
of the spine or jar to your nerves
if you ride this saddle.
The Stodder Puncture
less Tire is impenetrable by
glass, nails, thorns, pins, etc ,
and yet it retains all the elastic
and resilient qualities. Every .
TiV q;inrantr-ecl f.' or; ' r.
In addition to the above we
handle the Zimmy, Stormer
and other bicycles and carry a
full line of M. & W. Tires,
Rims, Handle Bars in wood
and nickel, Bells, Cyclometers,
Come and insDect our new
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
WO, 307 FORT STHKET,
Opposite Bpmikelii' IiunL
Notice of Removal.
On mill nflir April . 0. v. K,
liiivtt, toirvnyur nn.t Civil Kiwlm-Hr,
wVt OHi-jr I.I, ,'w oil)-, la iho
Jjriiij. I HUU, li"lir, nm to the
oni((.f Him Hllifi Fa lain. WUlw
" Fb VmUir ttorrM Unix, win.
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