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EVENING OUWjBTIN, MAY fi, LHU7.
Holik-rn of water privilege", ortlioso
j-uy hii? wntcr rules, ro hereby uotl
fttnl Hint the liuim for irrigation pur
poxu. uro (ram 0 to 8 o'clock A. M. nnd
from 4 to 6 o'clock r. m.
8npt. Honolulu Wiiter Wnrkn.
Approved: J. A. Kino, MluUterof
Honolulu, II. I., April 0, 1897.
SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
. PREMISES, HONOLULU,
On AVedueaduy, July 28, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, nt tlio front
entrance of Hie Executive Build
ing, Honolulu, will bo sold at
Puhlio Auction, tlio Hawaiian
Hotel Pretnisos nt Honolulu.
These promisos are oentrnlly
located in the city, in the centre
of tho block bounded by and with
entrance drives from Hotel,
Richards, JJeretnnia unci Aliikeu
streets, and the grounds contain
an area of 1 7-10 acres.
The Buildings consist of the
Hotel proper of two stories uud
baaetnent; built of brick and con
crete uith broad voraudasat front
and rear of ench story.
The Main Building covers an
area of 10,800 oq. feet with Lnnai
or wing addition ou one side,
40x24 feet, and woodon addition
on opposite wing for Kitchen,
There are also Four Cottages
on the premises with ample pro
vision for bath rooms and closets.
'lne Mniu Building contains a
Bpacious Parlor, Public and Pri
vate Dining Booms, Largo Bil
liard Hall and Bar Boom, and
Forty Sleeping rooms. The Cot
tages coutain about twenty addi
tional sleeping rooms. .
A water tank with capaoity of
10,000 gallons is placed on n
tower at an elovation Biiflioieut to
give a good water pressure in
second story of the Main Build
ing. This tank is supplied from
an Artesian well on adjoining
premises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow. Tho buildings nnd grounds are
tnorougniy liguiea wuu jMecmc
Plans of tho Buildings and
grounds can bo seeu at tlio office
of tho Minister of the Interior.
Terms of Salo aro Cash in
United States Gold coin.
Upset price: SG0,000.00.
In case there is no bidder to
purchase tho propprty at the above
npsot price, a leaso of the same
will immediately bo offered for
Bale at an upot price of $1000 a
year for a period of thirty years
under tho conditions set out in
Act 7, Laws of 189G and more
particularly of Sections 2 nnd 4 of
said Act which rends as follows:
"Section 2. Every sucu lease
shall contain a covenant on the
part of the lessee that be shall,
during tho first four years of the
term of tho lease, cause to be
erected upon the leaned premises
a lira proof building of Brick,
Stone or Metal, in a workmanlike
manner, satisfactory to the Min
ister of the Interior at not loss
than a stated cost; and
keep the same suitably in
sured at not lehs than two
thirds of its value for tho benofit
of the lessor; and shall keep the
building in good repair during
tho remaindor of the term of lease,
reasoiiablo use nnd wear thereof
only excepted; and in caso of
damage or destruction of such
building by lire, shall mnke good
such loss or darnago by tho neces
sary ropaiis or reeoustruction or
else surrendor the insurance to the
"Section 4. Evry such lease
uhall uIro contain a covenant ou the
part of the lessor, that upon tlio
request in writing by the leasee or
hid representatives, before tho ex
pirntiou thereof, the premises with
tho improvements, ahull, if all of
tho conditions to bo performed by
the lessee have been satisfactorily
performed, bo put up at auction
for a leaso for a term of not over
twenty years; unless said premises
shall be required for public UBes,
of which tho Iobsoo shall receive
at least one year's notice. Such
auction sale shall bo held not
rooro than six months nor less
than one month beforo tho expira
tion of suid term." ,
The coat of building tn bo
prected in accordance willi Hoe
tioti 2 as above quoted, is placed
. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Intorior.
Intorior Office, March 27, 1897.
51? Ever?ir?$ Bulletip,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, MAY fi, 1897.
Japan iu all probability, at least
as regards her present ruling
statesmen, is far from seekiug
any international complications
in this quarter. "While it is truo
that nt times in tho past tho Ra
dical party in her parliament has
expressed covetous 6ontimonts re
garding tho rfawaiiau group, that
party has boon unnblo to securo
the reins for directing tho Mika
do's policy. Whether on account
of an oven bulunco ol parties in
tho realm, or the piuuuue&s to iu
trigno of Japanese Btatsemen,or the
oxorcitiO of proi'ogativo by tho
Mikado, or a combination of some
or nil of those factors, it would
appear that thocoursoof Japanese
affairs only runs smoothly undor
a coalition administration. Even if
the Radical party should come into
unobstructed powor, however, it is
not probable that its former souti
monts relative to tho Hawaiian
Islands would tako ehapo iu defi
nite policy. Japan has a new
question, at tho least a material
change in an old relation, to deal
with at her very doors, which is
exceedingly liable to provent
nny administration from going
far afield" in quest of
problems worthy of tho grasp of
her statesmanship. Reference is
had to her interests in Coren.
Therowith is bound up n great
measure of JapunV fu'.uie influ
ence iu hei own iimuedialo noigh
borbood, the impairing of which
would be damaging, in propor
tion to the extent of tho process,
to all her national aspirations for
giving vent and scope to the now
territorially bottled up energies
of her people. Jupan ployed for
big stakes in tho war with China
She wanted to get rid wholly of
the cumbering partnership of
China in the regulation of the
affairs of Corea. The issue of the
conflict, as bucIi uffnirs go, fairly
entitled her to tho solo pro
tectorship of that kingdom.
European intervention skilful
ly designed by Russia pre
vented Japan from assuming
that control of the troubled king
dora which was clearly tho prime
object she had in going to war.
About the only prize Japan se
cured by her victorious arms was
the large money indemnity, witb
which sho is vastly increasing her
nrmntmnt doubtless with a viow,
largely, to resist an absoluto ouBter
from Corea by Russia. Last year a
treaty was conoludedbetwoen Rus
sia and Japan entablishing n joint
protectorate between them ovor
Corea. From recent discussions
of the Oorenn quostiou in Euglish
and French papora and periodi
cals, and Europoau correspon
dence from the Orient, a strong
impression is created that Russia
has dosigns of .getting rid of
Japan in tho peninsula, as Japan
formerly had of getting rid of
China. A writer in the Saturday
Roviow indicates certain signifi
cant faots. Undor tho Ohino
Japanese arrangement beforo the
war, neither Power was in caso of
disturbauco to send troops into
tho country without notifying tho
other. Tho king of Corea was to
engage the officers for tho troops
raised to preserve order,and a third
Power, China and Japau boiug
oxo,ludod, was to drill tho troops.
In contrast to this, under tho
Russo-Japaueso convention', Rus
sia is Bonding officers to act as
military instructors, and. a fow
KiiHsitui non-eoiiimiflnloneil of f
It. ...... ,. 1 . ,.f .. 1 I...I n.i .l..l ... !
iiunin iiiu llinimii'U no ik owit wt
bodyguard in tho now palace
whither tho king latoly removed.
Tho Saturday Reviow writor goes
bo far as to say: "No doubt woro
it not for tho fact that Russia's
military and naval forces in tho
Pacifio nro at this moment inforior
to Jnpau's, Corea would alrendy
havo boen formally appropriated.
But Russia is playing tho waiting
game, nnd alio can afford to do so.
The fate of Corea will probably
bo decided in hor favar by tho
completion of the Siboriau Rail
way." Difforout commonters on
tho situation attributo to Japan's
bungling tho opportunities given
Russia for becoming mistress of
the situation. Sho iB blamed
with trying to force reforms upon
tho country in precipitato hurry.
As tho London and China Ex
press puts it: "Many of tho ro
forms urged by Japan wore con
coived in all good faith, but they
woro head and shoulders cloan
ovor the heads of king, officials,
and people. Deoados wore re
quired with auoh a country to no
compliBh what Japan would havo
done in years if not months."
The result was an outbreak
of obstructive forces at Seoul, in
which the queen was brutally as
sassinated and the king driven to
refuge. Russia had thus oponed
to hor the door she sought for step
ping into control. The latest news
from Seoul iudicates premoni
tions of trouble. It is stated that
already a great many wealthy re
sidents nro leaving tho capital and
taking up their residences in tho
intorior. Besides this serious
matter of Corea, Japan has no
small difficulty in holding
down the island of Formosa.
Her troops thoro aro suc
cumbing to the climate, in
conscquenco of which it is
stated that n forco of natives is to
bo raised by conscriptiou. In
viow of those vital interests of
hers either standing in jeopardy
or beset with difficulty close to her
doors, Japan is not likely tn
traverso thousands of miles of
ocean to find fresh trouble.
LATEST HILO ITEMS.
Industrial. NporiliiK anil HacUl
Silo lur Nmi Hospital.
The site for the Hilo hospital
aud tho Victoria aunox thereto
has boen Belected, on a lot facing
ou upper Waianuonuo street.
Captain Matson's gift of a silver
cup for a yachting trophy has
Mr. aud Mrs. J. R. Wilson havo
colebrated the seventh auniversa
ry of their marriage, that took
placo in Honolulu, by giving a
The Government will bo asked
for more light on Hilo streets.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Williams gavo a
farowoll dinner party in honor of
Mrs. O. O. Kennedy and son,
Bruce, who are taking a tour
Mr. Walton has donated a coat
of his Peerless preserving paint
to the roof of tho new church.
Antono Sorrao has lost a son
three years old by membraneous
T. J.Higpins is going to make
his home permanently amidst his
coffee treos at Olaa.
Pulping frolics aro a feature of
tho coffee region. Aftor work,
feastiug aud whiut.
Dr. Hutchinson has opened
negotiations with Olaronco Mac
furlano of Honolulu for tho pur
chase of his twenty foot coutor
J. F. Brown has bpon showing
his interest in this island recently
by putting on foot a number of
important measures to facilitate
the dividing nnd putting in nvail
nble shape for occupancy public
lands hitherto not available for
small private holdings.
Furnished House; Parlor, Dlnlnp;
Room. iwnB drooms, Kltulion, Ruth
tin , nil In (li-t oluss condition, Stulue
loom Ml id cerVHMlx' ijUttrlfrr; ground
In clfgnut coiiilllloii. Location upper
Llllhit Btreot; putwe-nlou given Jiiiih 1.
Apply ut Bulletin Ollke. COJ-lm
By the Australia -we have
received some novelties in
Kitchen utensils whicch will
be appreciated by all Hono
lulu housekeepers on sight.
Tht Champion Roaster
is 'handy, convenient and cheap.
It is a portable oven designed
to be placed on top of an or
dinary cooking stove. It will
bake anything in the shape of
fish, flesh or fowl and for
cooking cake it is unequalled.
It can be moved about while
the cooking is going on and
the heat regulated to a nicety.
They cost just an even 2.?0.
Stroud's Self Basting
Pan is another useful novelty.
It consists of an enameled dish
or cooking pan which sets in
side another in which the hot
water is" held. It can be used
inside an oven or on top of
the stove. Its price is 1.50
Telescope Coffee Pots
we have advertised before and
their merits are known. They
are absolutely the best in use
and that is saying a good deal.
We have a fresh supply of
them on hand in several sizes.
We have also received by
this steamer a fresh invoice of
the Blue Flame Oil Stoves
in two sizes, either three or
four burners, which we are"
selling now at $22 and $2$
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STKEET,
Opposite SpreokelB Bank.
DO YOU STILL HAVE
Why, wo have as many calls
today for them as at any time
since they wore first thought of.
And we nro constantly adding
to their numbor.
More than Fifty
havo boen mado by us, and
each succeeding ono is an im
provement on the ono that went
Our latest is a beauty most
people think it tho best wo have
ever produced, and a tray full
laBts just about a day. All
hands aro building them, how
ever, and there will be ono for
you in time for this or any mail
that may follow.
Wo lie awake nighU thinking
of new designs, and each day
ndds something now to our
H. F. Wichman
Universal Stents $ Ranges!
Tho 33osfc and tlio Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 1-7 inch Holos, Oven 15x17. Price 8 8 00
Wkhtkun, No. 7, lr7 inch Holes, Oven 1G 3x17. " 15 00
Prize Ranoe, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holes, Ovou 18x18 inches.
i'rico 23 00
Welcomk Ranok, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 00
Ai'i'OLLO Hanoi:, No. 7-18, (5-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
SuTEM) Universal Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 iuch Holes, Oven
18x18. Price 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., 'Ltd
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Two vessels arriving within
past ten days brought slathers
of goods to our Grocery De
partment and wo now havo all
lines complete. The delicious
Dried Fruits you failed to se
cure because the demand wasl
larger than the supply aro now
hero and will be promptly de
livered if you order them:
Pears, Peeled Peaches, Apri
cots, Figs, Apples and Cher
ries. These aro tho choicest
fruits over brought to this
Another delicacy is Ripo
Olives, practically unknown
here and infinitely better than
those you have been used to
Russian Caviare, elegant
for lunch sandwiches. Levi's
celebrated California Epicu
rean Delicacies fresh by . Aus
tralia. These are the finest
"air tights" in the world. Red
Kidney Beans, Lunch Oysters,
Lobsters, Shrimps with tomato
sauce, Boston Baked Beans
with tomato catsup. These
goods are recommended only to
those who enjoy good things.
Other, people put up those
goods but they will hardly
stand comparison with the
"Epicurean" lines. '
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been up
folnteil txrouiura of the vttllof M, Mu
nerny, ileooase'l, nolle- la lit Tv by lv
etl to all oieilitor ol IIkmIci;. ns.d to
inesont their claim, whutlitti u'.miio'I
by oinrigtige or oUit-rwise, duly mi
tlientlcaleil, and with th iruu-r
vouoherw, If uny exli-l, lo llin under
Bl tMieil, within hIx mouths from iIih
dute hereof, or tliey elmll bo foit-ve r
barred. And ull neri-oiic Inilelited to
iht Bald deceaBtd ure rrque-t'd to
make Immediate, payment lo the un
dersuued, altbfclrotllce, eornerof Fort
aud Merchant Blreetf, H iiinlulu.
Honolulu, April 20. 1897.
J3. A Mol NERNY,
J D Mol N Hit .NY,
W. H M.-INERNY,
Executors of the Will ol M. Mol o nv,
DeceiiHOil. 609-1 1
Subnoribe for the Evening. BtL-
LETIN 75 oontB per month.
YOUNG TENDER CORN
to our scarf
family a "vain lot."
They almost plead
to us to say
and we can't help
tickling their vanity -
Uest wo ever know for
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Order.
New Tmo Story House on Prospect treot.
Unsurpassed view of (lie harbor.
8 Uoom Cottage, Llllha street, near School
street. Newly repaired. .Mosquito proof
room, Lare j a rd.
8 Room Cottage, Maklkl atrest, facing
Cricket ground. fiwt class condition.
8 ltnom Cottage. I.llllia street near Klne.
Large lusemint. Carriage house and stable.
7 Room Coltngc, 1'uuchbowl street. '' Room
Cottage ,n yard.
2 NeatCottnges.ChrUtley plaee.Fort street.
6 Room Cottage, Ither street near -U.Louis
Cottage. Newly repaired throughout.
0 Room Cottage, corner Alapal and Dercta
&JEF" Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
SW-tf Neit to the Pott Oulce.
By W. H. RICKARD.
(3PKN0KR, J3. U., bV
Duko Spencer, Sally Black
Lou Spender, B. F.,by Duke
Spencer, "Bell" dam.
Dukk Spknoer was sirrd by
tho Duko of Norfolk, nnd Lou
Spencer dam; and Boll was
sired by General Longstreofc,
"Thene Thoroughbreds arc to be
ne-1 1 utiliH Pmitheon Stable whrna
full pedlgrot will be given.' B971w
Will In future have an Oftlee
at 312 Rlouarvb street. Tolepuoue 346,
MondayB and Thtir-days, 8 to 10 A. i.
f " Can he nmehtd by Telephone
at ll times.
599 3t PROF YARNDLEY.
' FRANCIS DUNN,
Architect and Superintendent
Office: 305 Fort street.
Spreckols' Block, Room 5.
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