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RY AUTHORITY 3fcQmtttLotMTiMiriun
U 1 AUL U. VJl LLl.j AmU0 Scuth sbpo punchbowl
., .... -".' ! Hill, Honolulu, Oahu.
SALE Ur Tllli HAWAIIAN HOTEL
On Wednesday, July US, 1897,
l 12 o'glock noon, ut the front
entrance of tlio Jixccutivo JJuiltl
iug, Honolulu, will bo Hold nt
Public Auction, tlio Hawaiian
Hotel Premises nt Honolulu.
TIichu premises arc centrally
located in tlio city, in tlio cuntro
of tli block bounded by nud with
entrance ilrivcB from Hotel,
Itichanlu, Uorotnnia nud Aluki'ii
sti.'th, and tlio grounds contniu
an urea ot 1 7-10 acres.
Tlio Buildings consist of tlio
Hotel proper of two stories nud
basement; built of brick and con
crete with broad voruudns at front
and rear ot each story.
The Main Building covers an
area of 10.S00 on. fmt um'Hi rntini
oi wiii,' addition on om side,
lii.tll fet. and wooden addition
on opposite wing for Kitchou,
Thoro nro also Four Cottagos
n the pruiuisos with ample pro
visinu for bath rooms and cloBats.
Tho Main Building contains a
spacious Parlor, Public and Pri
vote Diniug llooms, Largo Bil
liard Hall and Bar Room, and
Forty Sleeping rooms. Tlio Cot
tages contain about twenty addi
tional blecpiug rooms.
A water tank with capacity of
10.0UU ualluny is nlaccd on n
towor nt au elevation sufliciont to
give a good water pressure iu
second story of the Main Build
ing. This tank is supplied from
an Artesian well on adjoining
promises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow. The buildings and grounds are
thoroughly lighted with Electric
Plans of the Buildings nud
grounds can be soeu ut the offico
of tho Miuistnr of the Interior.
H m I'm
termo ot Sale aro Unsh in
United States Gold coin.
Upsot price: 800,000.00.
In caso there is no bidder to
purchase tho property attheaboro
upset price, n leaso of the same
will immediately bo offered for
sale at an upsot prico of $1000 u
year for a period of thirty years
under the conditions set out iu
Act 7, Laws of 1SW5 and more
particularly of Sections 2 and -1 of
said Act which ipiuIs as follows:
"Section 2. Every such leaso
ahull contain u covenant on the
part of the lessee that he shall,
during the first four years of the
term of the lease, cause to be
erected upon the leased premises
n file proof building of Brick,
Stolid oi Mfliil, in a workmanlike
maimer, satisfactory to the Min
ister of tho Interior at not loss
than it stated cobt; and
keep the same suitably iu
ouied ut not le.s than two
thirds of its value for the bonefit
of the lessor; and shall koop the
building in good repair during
the remainder of the term of lease,
reasonable ubo and wear thereof
only excepted; and in case of
damage or destruction of such
building by fno, shall make good
such loss or damago by tlio necos
ary repairs or reconstruction or
else surroudor tho insurance to tho
"Section 4. Evory such lease
i.- "..,.(.. : :. mi.
!)!! t hi til 1 r iitM. ii f if ii rim
requcnt in wriiingby tho lobbcoor
his representatives, beforo the ox
piiation thereof, tlio premises with
tho improvements, bhull, if all of
tho conditions to bo porformed by
the lessee have been satisfactorily
uniformed, bo out un nt miction
for a lease foi a tciru of not over
Un TUESDAY, May t!3, 1807,
at 12 o'clock noon, nt tho front
entrance of tho Executive Build
iiiL'. will bo sold nt l'tihlin Auc
tion Fivo Govorumont Ijots,
situate on tlio makai sido of
Thurston avouue, opposito the
residenco of 11. 1). Johuson and
noar Wilder avonuo, South SIopo
Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu,
nud numbered from 020 to G21.
Upsot Price: Lot 020, $100;
Lot (521, $750; Lot 022, $750; Lot
023, $500; Lot 021, $100.
These lots Iikvii n fmnlnno if
100 to 120 feet on Thurston
nveuue and depth of 175 to 300
feet according to locatiou.
The conditions of snlo of thoso
Lots aro ns follows:
One fourth of (lie nnrelman
prico to bo paid at tho fall of tho
hammer and tho balanco in equal
paymonts iu ono, two aud three
years, with intorest nt tho rate of
six nor cent nnr iitinnm.
Tho purchaser to joiu with the
Minister of the Interior in an
Agreomont of sale, containing tho
following conditions and stipula
tions: 1. Tho purchaser to have inane
diuto right of possession.
2. To build a residouce on tho
promisosaudto live therein beforo
tho expiration of three years from
date of Agreement.
8. To pay taxes on the premises
from the dalo of the Agreement,
upon tne tun value thereof.
4. The agifcomout uot assignable.
5. Purchnso prico may be paid
in full at any time during the
said threo yours, thereby stopping
6. At tho expiration of threo
years from the dato of tho agree
ment, if the eruditions of tho
samo shall hnvo beon performed,
a Land Putenl shall be dolivered
to tho nurchnsur or his hoiru.
Map showing tho above lots
can bo seen at tho Interior De
partment, Honolulu, Oahu.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. April 21, 1897.
THE NATIONAL FEED BOX
is a perfcel device for slow
feeding in the stables oron
the toad and is a boon both
to the horse and his owner.
for ftHiiftrnl hnppiUl meonunoda !
lion, available for any nick or iu
jurcd pursons who cannot nlfiml
to pay feesjlinti n hospital Is for in- I
curnhlcs. Such would seem also '
decidedly more practicable than a
spocinl hospital for incurables. A
"Victoria Ward," under con
trol of tho British Benevolent
Society, attached to tho Queen's
Uosnitnl in nnrnetuitv would bo
of grentor benefit to a greater , U jb ,e best device VCt ill
number particularly of British ; vc,Ued f(Jr fcedj k;d Qr
residents, than a hospital for in- . , , i
curables. Tho example would be 'l1' choPPcd fo0cl bra
moro likely to be followed, also, l i"sn, water or medicine.
by other nationalities horo, so j It is made of Steel, practical
tlmt there would bo a prospect iu Iv indestructible. The follow-
timo of basing what Honolulu , er slides on a malleable iron
greatly lacks, freo hospital nccom- . roj rjve(ej ,0 (he b ow
uiouaiioniorau wno roiiuirea it.lt i . . . i i i
would be rather au extrao.dina.y ht j"!,011- , Finelygal-
burdon for the British rollouts vamzed. Easily Cleaned. Pure
I to assume, the provision ot a hos- and Odorless. Light and Port
pital for the hopeleMM sick cases
of nil tho many nationalities Lore.
Uuloso it received nndowinonts
from tho fow wealthy British ro
sidonts and owneru of Hawaiian
iulorests, to place it beyond any
vicissitudos of tho future, thofo
would bo no asauranco of its per
manouoy. Should it arrive at n
condition of depleted rosourccs
aud support bo solicited
from tho community in geuernl,
thoro would bo the possibility ot j
a board of directors ariBint? who
Holders of water privileges, orthne
piiyiiiK water rule-, nn Hereby noti-
tieil that the Iiihiih foi irritation pur-posi-i
me fri ft to S '"ook a. m. suit
from 1 tu B o'clock i M.
Supt. Honolulu Wutcr Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I , April 0, 1897.
31? llueijir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
able. The onlv box foi cam
paitfiiinjr. Used and approved
by ou ners and drivers of the
latest hoises in (he world.
Especially adapted to the use
ot lire 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
know not Victoria, nud even the i these feed boxes. They will
very name luijjht be wined out ' Iv smv wiring tl" tliev An
i Betting men should not invest
a dollar on a horse that has
not been fed from the Nation
al Foed 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
Universal Stoves 0 Ranges !
The Host unci Urn (.hen pout !
Danhv (Join., No 7. I 7 inch Holes, (hon li"U7. Price 8 (JO
WiWTiliiN, Nn. 7. 1 7 inch Holes, Oven 10 4xi7. " Ifi 00
Piiizk ItANfii:, No. 7 18, (5 7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Brico !2.'J 00
Wi:i,comi: Hanoi:, No. 7 18,0-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 00
Aitum.0 Hanoi:, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
I'liee ,')0 00
Hitliui I'mvuwai. JtAMir, No. 7 18, (5 7 inch Holes, Oven
18xls. Piieo yc 00
roll HA LIS BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
AL13X. OHISIIOLM. J. J. COUGHL1N.
The SasiyfaGturirig Harness Co.
Kovt unci King 8t roots.
V. (). Box 322.
WEDNESDAY, APllIL 21, 1697.
tuut juiio, unl.jn riii.l ljremisos
slmll be requiiccl for public uses,
of which tlio lessee shall receive,!
at least one year s notice. Such
unction sale oLuIl lit hoKl not
more limn six luoutiis nor less
than one month hnforo tho oxpirn-
tio.l ot brti I let mi "
Tho cr,t of building to bo
erected iu nccordnnco with Soc
tion 2 as ubovo u noted, is placed
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilico, March 27, 1897.
WWMWMMiMaM(. , I ! nil -- II
On ami after April 1st, Drs. Conjiur
A U onioui will nuiMipy tilt) oIUoch of
Dr. McClrtwiiii lluiul stiuut. Oilico
houix frmii 8 .III) In 10 a. m , 1 Itll to 3
uinl 7 U S p. iu. IVIiplioiiu X. 151,
British residents of Hilo wero
to havo the proposal submitted to
thorn, at thoir Victorian Jubilro
meeting, of establishing a "Vic
toria Ward" in the local hospital.
This ought to be practicable. If
Adopted, howovor, tho British re
aidant of Honolulu who aro in
ltol OL eotilUlIdllin 1.,-i.i u Uua.
pital for iucurahIco,in commemor
ation of tho longost reign, cannot
count upon tho assistance, of thoir
compatriots on the island of Ha
waii, as they nio doing. It is well
that this probability should be
known and- fully weighed in any
discussion that may lake plawO at
tho Houolulu meeting this even
ing. Tho cost ot any such a largo
project as that brouelud lor a
memorial at the capital ought to
be carefully enunl.d, so tbnt it
may bo clearly known whether the
institution cuu bo btarted auu
Maintained aa a British founda
tion for all time. It it is not to be
purely British in all but its
beucficiiu io3, then it may us well
be left severely alone. Initiation
alone will not make it British.
Tho Hui,t.ktin would like to boo a
hospital for iucurables, but be
lieves that, to have ono
on a firm and olllcimit
footing, it will havo to be cos
mopolitan. Thoro is more call
una tlio institution iu its com
memorative quuliry p 'ish. Ho
nolulu furnishes a parallel of u
very such eventuality. The Bul
letin wus tho first daily paper
horo to udvocato a hospital for in-
curables, besides suggesting sauu-
tonums in the country tor
invalids of not boneless cases.
but it does not bolievo that any
siuglo nationality is equal, or has
any niorul call, to undertake tho
establishing of such institutions
in this foreign soil. Thny aro to
bo regarded ns strictly in the
sphere of either Hawaiian nation
al or cosmopolitan philanthropy.
Tho institution of a Oritish ward
named nffer the oliji-ct of ptiMeut
supreme houor, in a houpit.il al
ready firmly established, is prac
ticable and would retlect en
during credit . upon tho colo
ny, besides buing a uoeded
boon of iuostiinable value to its
members in huuiblo circumstances
who might bo ovei taken by ill
ness or accident. Such an insti
tution would appeal constantly to
tho support of British U'hidents of
moderate means, who would not
know the day s'len thv.., t,!i'
become its bouoliciaries, whoreas
n hospital for incurables uould
huvo to depend mainly, from year
to year, upon a subdivision of tho
churilablo bounty of the wealthy,
wuicu uouniy uas a Host ot calls
OUJR tilJJb!,UidLTY IS
Fine Handmade Harnoss, Etc,
KSl. We keep in stock and sell no goods Cxcenfc
OUK OWN MANUFACTURE.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STRKET,
Opposite Spreckcls' Bank
upon it perennially.
A leader in tho Komi Echo, tho
editor ot which is a Japanese,
comments on the prevalence of
profaue and foul lauguago in
truly that, with the exception of
part of the white population, tho
habit is practised "without any
seeming sense or its being out of
tho ordinary." School teachers
are deemed by tho Echo to bo
among tho most favorably oitualcd
spoilt" for ringing ebont reform
in tho muttor. Teachers can no
doubt do a giont deal t inbue
tho rising generation with a reali
zation of tho suusolossuess and
demoralizing iuiluouco of profane
una vulgar languay".
1 Stiii They
1 bOm 6 saBSTKa.
Each day adds r number of
members to our popular
A number of natives from
Puna declare that Madame Bole
is surolv coinc to mix thiuus
somewhat at tho volcano ere long,
h'H- tiii mm i limine. tti.
Puna warm springs nro getting
quite hot and tho volumo of smoke
from tho crater is increasing con
siderably. Hot air from old
(rnnk-M in Hid mnntiliiin niiliiH linvfi
been reporti'd fiom soveial points I
and a leguiar out timu stir may . w
Club one and two drew last
Saturday. Club throo is rapid
ly filling up. Tho samo en
thusiasm as of old exists, all
cIubsos urn nnviniiH In inin lm.
s cause it is a clear saving of
I You Throw Away
I Every Week,
Besidos another vital point
j addb to the jjopulurity, and that
j is that wo do not makn it
0 obligatory to take a watch, but
03 allow you to seleot any ono or
B moro articles iu the store, no
i mutter in what line. Could
p anything be fairer to you?
1 Vo want to say rigut here,
i that wo will buck up any and
in . . v
p ovory artiolo selected in our
club with tho samo full and
1 comploto guarantee which goes
B with OTury piece of goods sold
in tho store. You take no risk
whotover. Wo toko it all.
$2,853 00 to be Given
Away in 130 Prizes.
Tlio Eahtinau Kodak Com
pany have decided to award
the above prizes to amateur
photographers for the best
Pictures and Lantern Slides
made from their Transparent
All kodakers are entitled to
compete for' the prizes. The
pictures will be exhibited and
the competition will bo decided
All- pei-bons desirous of en
tering the competition must
have specimens at Eochostcr.
N. Y., before September I,
Pen Pictures of the Bible from
GeneHls to Revelations. . .
152 Beautiful Illustrations.
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TWO COBJTER LOT'S
Hit'iutHii on thu niatiku flldo of i'-03-pect
fttreur, west of Huchfelil Htret.
lliiiiiiiigi.ty Kiucd nun wullud. uiiu
taluliiK un area of 23,710.75 wiuare feet
mill 71100 uminro f..t r,..; I...I-
fnt. ",.."" i ,va)'t-uiiviiiy.
inese Lotu coinnniud the flucat view
in uiu uny, narnor una ocean of any
lots on the hill. Teriuu easy. Apply to
58S-lw jr. at D0f
The Honolulu Sanitarium
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ii .i ' 1?1I,"WHU. "bweoisu iluvouHiiit"
Ilallis tlictucity ami Vhyuvnl TrnlulnD
way I ooliilnud.
Hloi'liouo u;it), Kuix-rlnteudeut,