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EVKNING BULLETIN, APEIL 14 181)7.
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SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
On Wcdueadny, July '23, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front
ontrnncc of tho Kvoctitive Build
ing, Honolulu, will bo sold at
Public Auction, the Hawaiian
Hotel Promises tit Honolulu.
ThoBO premises nro coutrally
located in the city, iu tho centro
of tho block bounded by and with
outranco drives from Hotel,
Ilicliards, Borotauin nud Alnken
streets, nnd tho grounda contain
an area of 1 7-10 acres.
Tho Buildings consist of tho
Hotel proper of two fitories and
basement; built of brick and con
crete with broad verandas at front
and rear of onoh story.
Tho Main Building covora au
area of 10,800 sq. feet with Lauai
or wing addition on ohm pido,
10x24 feet, and wooden addition
on opposite wing for Kitchen,
Tliero aio also Pour Cottages
on tho premises with ample pro
vision for bath rooms and closets.
Tho Main Building contains a
spacious Parlor, Public and Pri
vate Dining Booms, Largo Bil
liard Hall nnd I3ar Boom, nud
Forty Sleeping looum. Tho Cot
tages contain about Uieutj addi-.
tiomit sli-epiug rooms. ' I
A water tank with capacity of
10,0U0 gallonB is placed on a
tower ut an elevation sufficient to ,
give a good water presume iu
teen'i 1 stoi v of the Maiu 1! lild
ing. J. his tank is supplied from
an Artesian well ou nd joining
promises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mo
Grew. The buildings and grounds nro
thoioughly lighted with Electiic
Plans of the Buildings and
grounds can be soon nt tho ollico
of tho Minister of the Interior.
Tenui of Sale nro Cash iu
United States Uold coin.
Upset price: SGO.000.00.
In case tlier is no bidder to
pin chase tho property ntthenbovo
upset price, a leaso of tho same
will immediately bo offered for
sale at an upset piicoof $4000 ii
year for a period of thirty years
under tho conditions set out iu
Act 7, Laws of 18!)( and more
particularly of Sections 2 and 4 of
Baid Act which lendh as follows:
"Section 2. Lvcry such lase
shall contain a cow mint on tho
pait of the lessee that ho shall,
during the lirst four jeais of the
term of the lease, cniiao to bo
erected upon the leubed promises
a lire proof building of Brick,
Stone or Metal, in a workmanlike
manner, satisfacloiy to tho Min
ister of tho Intel ior nt not loss
than a stated cost; and
keep the Mime suitably in
sutrd nt not lest, than two
thuds of its alue for the benefit
of tho lessor; and shall keep tho
building in good repair during
tho remainder of the term of leaso,
reasonable uso and wear thereof
only excepted; and mh case of
damage or do&ti uction of such
building by fire, shall make good
such loss or dnmnge by tho neces
sary repairs or reconstruction or
else surrender tho insurance to the
"Section 4. Every such leaso
mIibII also contain n covonant on tho
piui iH tlto losoor, that upon tho
request in wilting by the lessee or
Jiib representatives, before tho ex
piration thereof, the. promises with
tho improvements, shall, if all of .
tho conditions to h performed by I
tho lessee havo been satisfactorily
performed, bo put up nt auction
for a loaso for a term of not over
twenty years; unless snid premises
shall be required for public uses,
of which tho leasee shall receive
at least ono year's notice. Such
auction sale shall be held not
more than six mouths nor leas
than ono month before tho expira
tion if said term."
The cost of building to bo
oiocted iu accordance with Sec
tion 2 ns above quoted, is placed
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
lntorior Ollico, March 27, 1897.
Notice to Voters.
All persons deflrlnj,' to vote at the
Qeupral Election to tin bold on tho
Inxt Wednesday in September of this
yciir will be required to register be
fore the Hoard now In dea&lon at the
Old Legislature Hall, Judiciary Ilullil
IIKXHY DWIti, Chairman.
JOSKI'H M. OAMAIIA, JK.,
ItOHUItT HOAl'lM HAlvEU.
llonrd i( Ilegtftrutloii, Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, April 13, 18!)7.
Holders of water privilege!?, or those
paying water rate, are hereby unti
tled that tho hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from 0 to 8 o'elock A. M and
from 4 to 6 o'clock v. i.
Snpt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Mtulster of
Honolulu, H. I., April 0, 1S07.
5t; Eieiii Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, APBIL 14, 1897.
Sountor Woleott has expressed
tho opinion that tho recent cur
rency legislation of Japan must
not bo construed as an attempt to
establish and maintain n gold
standard, but simply an attempt
to prosorvo tho economic advan
tages which who at present enjoys
beiauso of tho gold premium
which exists in Japan. Ho jiiitli-
er Hrtj.-, tuat, at the prr-t-eut pi ice
of silwi in. ,ivu red b gold, the
lvsiiltof tuoucliou of Japan would
on to driie all its silver out of that
countiy. It U hard to see
how Japan can letain the advan
tages of a gold premium by bring
ing its silver coinnjjo up to tho
market parity with gold. This
policy would seem to destroy the
gold premium it n stroke. If
Japan has blundered it is nrobab-
'y in putting her silvor coiungo
too oloso to its motal vnluo in an
uncertain state of tho market. In
other words, mnking dear money
of her subsidiary coiungo, which,
according to tho accepted maxim,
renders it liable to expulsion.
Thoreforo Senator Wolcolt
in likoly right when ho says silver
may bo drivon out of Japan. This
resuit would not happen, however,
if as tho Buu.irriN has suggest
ed proviousl tho oiy nctiou of
Japau should prevent any more
depression of tho silvor miirkef.
The bimotnllist Senator herein
quoted is piobably wrong in
sizing up Sjapan's inotitp. Thnt
country has, it is more leaiouablo
to suppose, an eye to tho accumu
lation of gold sloies thiough tho
medium of foreign liade. She
anticipates a balance of trado iu
hor favor, increasingly, from
many quarters whero she is
sending her own pooplo's steam
ers. It really eeoins to bo a sen
sible policy, nnd bettor calculated
to promote universal bimetallism,
than tho omorgoncy expedionts
putting tho nation into debt
which tho United States has had
to employ for prosorving her
treasury bnlanco of gold. Japan
has tnkou tho bull by (he horns, it
would appear, by adopting a cur
roncy schemo vory like ouo ndvo-
cated by some ablo nrofessois in
the United States. Theso argued
I on tho principle of Grunt's famous
I advico about specie payiuouts
"Tho best way to resumo specie
' payments is to resumo." Thoy
l recommended transtoiming tho
I silver currency to a parity with
gold, on tho basis of relative
I vnluos of tho metals at the timo
: preseut, a'ld the nation's assum
ing ot whatever loss accrued from
It is reported at Now Orleans
that ono of the offnets of the prize
fight in Nevada will bo the re
moval of tho Honduras lottory to
Nevada. This is tho old Louisia
na lottory that, failing to get n
nuewal of its chnrtor in 1892, had
to go ubroad." Hawaii by its Lo-i
gislnture, upon an overwhelming
popular demand, invited it to Ho
nolulu, but tho Piovisional Gov
ernment countermanded the invi
tation. So tho outfit wont to Hon
duras. There it appears its ex
porienco has not been altogether
satisfactory to tho management.
"It has Buffered from tho revolu
tions thoro, "a Now Orleans cor
respondent wires," and has boen
oppressed by tho oxtrnordinary
taxes, and tho Government of
Honduras has insisted upon a
change in tho Bchomc of the
lottory, and that a largo p'orceut
ago of the money rocoived for tho
tickets shall be distributed in
prizes. This has disgusted the
incorporators, who nro looking
for a uow field." Nevada's rowdy
proclivities, nB ovideuced by its
Legislature's proffer of hospitality
to prize fighting, havo induced
the lottery gang to think thnt tho
Silvor State is their natural haveu
of rest. Thoy will offer inducements
to Nevuda, thoreforo, for n site for
their demoralizing establishment,
and, if a bargain bo struck, will
try to find some way of getting
over tho disability of being pro
hibited from using tho United
States mails for thoir transactions.
DOOM OF TRUSTS.
According to a Now l'ork dis
patch, there io a general opinion
that tho Fedoral Supremo Court,
in its decision advci&o to the
TraiiHmissouri Freight Associa
tion, has struck a mortal blow nt
every form of trust and combina
tion under the terms of tho Sher
mau auti trust law. Several associ
ations of manufacturing and trans
portation interests aro mentioned
as especially nffeotod, and it is
evon said that the law mav bo
mado to apply to. tho labor organ
izations. If the law is inadequate
for tho purpose it is for tho peo
ple to soo that they got laws which
will forbid all organized efforts to
crush free competition or to sup
press individual liberty of action.
Voir tho tyranny of theso things in
modem days is as bauoful as that
of abooluto monarchs in tiines
happily past forever for tho lead
ing nationalities of tho world.
Thiough the developments of
tho X ray, the modern Esculapius
will bo more a machinist thau u
chemist. One of his kind in
Chicago has bogun scouring peo
plo's stomachs, juut as Hilly Boo
nt the foundry would clean a pis
ton box. One may almost imagine
the timo coming whon a doctor
will sit in a window with his kit
like a watchmaker, nnd take a
follow all apart and put him to
gether again after scrubbing his
diaphragm or oiling hin vertebral.
Good Friday Morning
ruSTelnphone 71. 58I 2t
Extra Mince Pies
"Will be Delivered from
Good Friday Morning.
J&..Telophono 872. 581 2t
There will tin a Pncclal Mftliiir of
thu Member ot (lie Myrtle Unit (!iui,
held t tint lo'tms of tint Clmnilier of
Oniimieiee THIS ( Wulntwlay) RVK
N1N(1, at 7:S0 o'clock, Mr the iurpoe
o'elfitllug an Auditor and TriiMre ou
the llo.ud of Directors.
Secretary Myrtle Hunt I'lub.
Honolulu, i, I., April H, 1897.
New . .
Our Hotuil Department hav
ing met with such success, nnd
wishing to accommodate our
patrons in furnishing their kit
chen with a complete outfit,
we concludod to add to our
already large stock of House
the dilt'orcnt works
East, we find
The Michigan Stove Co.
OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN,
are the largest manufacturers
of this class of goods in the
world. They make tho largest
and best line that are particu
larly adapted to this country.
Wo secured the Agency for
theso Islands, and now havo
on tho way a largo shipment
of these justly nulcbratcd
Hangcs and Cuuk' Stoves.
They will ho hern on the ar
rival of tho harkentine "Ar
cher," which will probably be
about the 20th of this month.
Anyone contemplating buying
a new range will do well to
wait a few days and have the
finest assortment to select from
ever brought to this market,
and at prices to suit tho times.
l(R Duo notice will
given of their arrival.
Mechanics and Teamsters.
Anyone needing tho services of
Kintt-oliM Meeliunlci, Tuitiiintera,
iiUiiut, etc., can le supplied by apply
ing to J. Alfred Mui;oon, or to the
Ilnwallan Hary T. Mllutr. IVIriiiione
700 K. WILUUIU'OX,
582 lin MuttHffer.
On anil after April 1st, Drs. Cooper
fe Uaynniuil will occupy tho ofllc 01
Dr. McGrew on Hotel street. Qlllce
limit -t f.'.oi 8.30 t.i 10 h in, 1 mtj'J
and 7 io 8 p. in. TW.puon6 No. 154.
N. FERNANDEZI .
NOTARY PUBLIC ant TYPEWRITER
OrriOE: 203 Morcliant Htrixtt, CamiilHill
Illook freiir of J. O. Carter's ufflco. I. O,
fit miJTWJFVvmm m tuiumrjJ.
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
OCJJR SJb'Ji.UlA.JLTY IS
Fine Handmade Harness, Etc.
c, Wo keen in stock
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE,
THE NATIONAL FEED BOX
is a perfect device for slow
feeding in the stables or on
the' road and is a boon both
to the horse and his owner.
It is the best device yet in
vented for feeding all kinds of
grain, chopped food, bran
mash, water or medicine.
It is made of steel, practical
ly indestructible. The follow
er slides on a malleable iron
rod, riveted to the box, our
latest invention. Finely gal
vanized. Easily Cleaned. Pure
and Odorless. Light and Port
able. The' only box foi cam
paigning. Used and approved
by owners and drivers of the
fastest horses in the world.
Especially adapted to the use
of tire and police departments,
stock farms, and public and
Owners and drivers of horses
entered for the 11th of June
races should see that their
animals are provided with
these feed boxes. They will
be sure winners if they do.
Belting men should not invest
a dollar on a horse that has
not been fed from the Nation
al Feed Box. They will be
sure losers if they do.
Horsemen generally and
every man, woman or child
who owns a horse is invited
to call and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opponite Spreckols' Bank.
San Franoisco and Yoko
The Flret Steamer
Of the above Hue will be due from
Kobe, Jupun, on or about the
30th Oil1 A-fllL
And-wlll Imvo diopatch for San
l.V For particulars, Inquire of
G. E. 110AKDMA2J,
J. J. COUGIILIN.
P. O. Box 322.
Now thnt we hu-vo found it
preparation that is u powerful
disinfectant, purfcetly harm
less, free from odor, con
venient to Uoi .mil .it the re
markable low fiurt- of
5 Cents a Gallon.
No prudent housekeeper can
afford to run tho risk of con
tracting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should you neglect
to keep the sowers, cess-pools
and outhouses in a perfectly
Any Physician will endorse
what wo claim when we tell
you that nino tenths of all
tovers and alike illness is tho
result of carelessness about
the sanitary conditions of tho
Ono great objection to most
disinfectants is that thoy have
such u disagreeable odor. Puri
fine is odorless.
Don't delay in purifying tho
air j'ou daily breathe and
trust to kind providence that
you may escape illness. Now
is tho time to conuuenco tho
good work, don't wait until
tho dead heat of summer has
arrived; it may be too late.
Take time by tho forelock.
To bo forewarned is to bo fore
armed. Purifino in quantities to suit.
Wo aro the Sole Agents.
Hollister Drug Go.
.... AND ....
In Suitings Xbr
A Perfect Fit OiiHranlupd.
J. P. RODHiOUES'
14-2 jHort Street.
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