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SALToF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
On Wednesday, July 28, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
ejatranco of the Executive Build,
ing, Honolulu, will bo Bold at
Publio Auction, the Hawaiian
Hotel Promises at Honolulu.
These premises are contrally
located in the city, in the centro
f the block bounded by and with
entrance drives from Hotel,
Bichards, Boretania and Alakea
Btreots, and the grouuds contain
an area of 1 7-10 ueiea.
'Plm llnihlinnfl (OIlRlst of tllO
Hotol proper of two stories and
T . i. . I...M1 -. C 1 mi nl n tl Sinn I
Tinnnmnnt: built of brick nnd con
orote with broad vorandas at front
nnd rear of ench story.
The Main Building covers an
aroa of 10,800 so,, feet with Lanai
or wing addition on ono aide,
40x24 feet, nnd wooden addition
on opposito wing for Kitchon,
Thero aro also Four Cottages
on tho premises with ample pro
vision for bath rooms and cloBets.
lue Mnin Building contains a
spacious Parlor, Publio and Pri
vate Diuing Rooms, Lnrgo Bil
liard Hall nnd Bar Room, and
Forty Sleeping rooms. Tho Cot
tages contain about twenty addi
tional sleeping rooms.
A water tank with capacity of
10,000 gallons is placed on a
tower at an elevation sufficient to
give a good water pressuro in
second story of tho Main Build
ing. This tank is supplied from
an Artesian well ou adjoining
promises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow. The buildings and grouuds aro
thoroughly lighted with Electric
Plans of tho Buildings nnd
' grounds can bo seen nt the offico
of the Minister of the Interior.
Te'rmi of Sale aro Cash in
United Stati's Gold coin.
Upset prico: SG0.000.00.
In case theie is no bidder to
purchase tho property at tho above
upset price, a lease of the same
will immediately be offered for
Dale at an upset price of $4000 a
year for a period of thirty years
under the conditions set out in
Act 7, Laws of 189G and more
particularly of Sections 2 and 4 of
Baid Act which reads as follows:
"Section 2. Every such lease
shall contain a covenant on the
part of the lessee that he shall,
during tho first four years of the
term of tho lease, cauBe to be
orfifited uhoii the leased premises
a firo proof building of Brick,
Stouo or Metal, iu a workmanlike
manner, satisfactory to the Min
ister of the Interior at not less
than a stated cost; and
keep the samo suitably in
Burod nt not loss than two
thirds of its value for tho benefit
of the lessor; and shall keep tho
building in good repair during
flm rnmnindnr of the term of lease.
reasonable use and wear thereof
only excepted; and in case of
darongo or 'destruction of such
building by fire, shall make good
Buch loss or damage by the neces
Bary repairs or reconstruction or
also surrender the insurance to the
"Section 4. Every suoh lease
shall also coutuiu n covenant on the
part of the lessor, that upon tho
request in writing by the lessee or
his representatives, before tho ex
piratiou thereof, tho promises with
tho improvements, shall, if all of
tho conditions to bo porformed by
the lessee have been satisfactorily
performed, bo put up at auction
for a lease for a terra of not over
twonty years; unless said premises
shall be rpquired for public uses,
of which tho lessee shall receive
at least one year's notice. Such
auction sale shall bo held not
more than six mouths nor less
than ono month before tho oxpira
tioti of said term."
The cost of building to bo
nmoind in accordance with Sec
tion 2 as above quoted, is placed
J. A. KING, t
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, March 27, 1897.
Friday, June 11, 1897, being
the Commemoration of tho Birth
day of Eamehamoba L, will be
observed ns a Publio Holiday and
all Government Offices throughout
the Republic will be closed on that
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 29, 1897.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for irrigation pur
poses are from 0 to 8 o'clock A. H. and
tram 4 to 6 o'clock P. M.
Bupt Honolulu Water WorkB.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., April 0, 1807.
Mortgagee's Notice of
to Forocloso and
Notice la hereby given that by virtue
of a power nfsulo contulneil In a cer
tain mortgage, dated I ho 2'li day of
June, 1891, iiiudehy Clmrlei. Lflinmiili
nnd Joliaiiu Lelimunu, Ills wife, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, to Paul Lemke, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, recorded In the Reuister
Ofllce, Othu, in Lllier 131, on Pages
208 ami '209, notd e Is hereby given that
the moitgagre Intends lo foreclose the
game lor condition broken, to wit:
Nnnpa) ment of interest w hen due
Nulled id llkewlbe given that after
the expiration of three w oks from the
date of this notice, the property con
veyed by ahl mortgage, will be sold at
ihidiic auction, aiuieauniion roowaoi
James t. Morgan,
in Honolulu, on
Tuesday, Juno 8, 1897, at 12 o'clock
noou ot said day.
Term's: Cah, U. 8. gold coin. Deeds
at purchaser's expense.
PAUL LEMKE, Mortgagee.
Further particular mav be had of
A 8 HUMPHREYS,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Honolulu, April 22, 1897.
The premises covered by said mort
gage couslnt of:
That certain niece or'parcel of land
eituateou Punchbowl Htreet, Honolulu,
aud kuown as Lt 4, by tturvey of M.
D. Mousarrat, dated January 8, 1891,
and more particularly described liy
metes nnd bound-. In the deed of John
Magoou titsalil Charle Lehmanu, anil
loutaliilngau area of 5,8V2i-quare fet-1,
being a portion of Royal Paieut Grunt
No. 2457, toother with all building!)
aud appurtenances thereon. 611 4t
In tho Circuit Court of I
n.o ci ii...ii u.nti isiAtua
an Ixlauds. James J Byrne vs. John
hue .'It.. yiiiu.t, unniiu I
Allen, H. Allen and other, at Cham
bera The Repuollo of Hawaii: To
the Marxlml of the Hawaiian Inland,
or his Deputy, Greeting: You are
hereby commanded to Mimmon John
Allen, Hmr Allen, Henry Rtioiles,
W. H. Lamhert. A. Feek, U. F Dll
liughaiu unci Oahu Railroad & Laud
Co. to appear ten days alter i-ervlce
hereof, If they reside on the Island of
Oahu, otherwise twenty days after
servit e, before such Ju-tge of tho Clr
cult Court ol the First Circuit as shall
be sitting at Chamtiers In the Court
Room, at Honolulu, in the Judiciary
Building, to'auswer the annexed bill
ot James J. Byrne. And you are fur
ther commanded, by order of the Hon.
A. W. Carter, 1st Judge of the Clr. uit
Court of the 1st Circuit, that process
be served upon V. A. Kluuey, Eiq ,
for and on behalf of A. Feek and thai
a temporary Injunction Issue ax pray.d
for against the O ihu Railroad & L aid
Compauy, A. Feek, bis Attorney",
Agents and Factors, aud have you
then there this Writ, with your re
J DC1, Witness the First Judge
1 8EAIi of the Clreult Cou tol the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27th
day of July, 1890.
(Slg) GEORGE LUCAS,
I 1166, Civil Code. The time with
in which ati oot i to be doue,
shall be computed by excluding the
first day aud Including the last. II
the last day be Sunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the original summons in ald
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service he made uiou said uou resi
dent defendant, A. Frek, by publica
tion of the same and conllnuai.ee of
said cause until the 28th day of June,
1897, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
Honolulu, H I., March 19, 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
TUG OF WAR
Pavilion Beretania and Alakea Streets.
AT 7:30 p.
First Prizo t :
EtT Entries can Iip ma'lo at Thrum's
Book Store up to JUNE 1.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Nnrsea, Massage, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths. Elootricltv and Physical Training
may be obtained. . .
P. 8. KELLOaG, M, D.,
Telephone 630. Superintendent.
Bulletin, 76 cents
EVENING BULLETIN, JDNE 1, 1897.
NEWS OF THE SEA
TUB NCIIOOIfKB ALOHA AHR1VKS
VWtOSl THI COAST.
Bnrkcutlne H. ft. Wilder Outward
Bonnd-Home ether New Motes
of the City Frant.
S S Australia sails tomorrow at
4 p m for San Francisco.
The barkontine 8 G Wilder sail
ed for San Francisco today with a
full load of sugar.
Tomorrow, high tide large 6:12
p m;high tide small 3:55 a m; low
tide large 9:18 am; low tide small
Two sailors of the ship Beaper
who were released yesterday from
jail have refused to work and are
making all tho troublo they can
for tho captain.
Yesterday afternoon the Amer
ican four masted schooner Aloha
arrived from San Francisco after
a passage of 23 days. Tho Aloha
brought a full general cargo, and
G2 mules, 5 horses and 3 cattle on
deck. The livestock was in good
condition. Tho mules are for W
The steamer Mauna Loa tied up
at the wharf at 1 p m today.' This
trip she brought from Hawaii the
largest lot of BUgar she ever car
ried. Genial Purser Matthews
now furnishes reporters with writ
ten passenger lists on arrival,
which is much appreciated by the
scribes. No important news from
Hawaii. The volcano is smoking
a good deal. Tho oldest iuhabi
tauton the "Big Isle" says "where
thero is smoke, thero is fire."
Vice Admiral Alexeieff, Commander-in-Chief
of the Imperial
Russian Squadron in the Pacific,
lias notified, for tho information
of marinors, that the Russian
cruiser Kroiseor has located a
hitherto uncharted rook in Sir
Harry Parkes Sound, Douglas In
let, under 14 feet of water. Its
bearings are as follows: Cape At
kinson S 13$ W; South extreme,
Puto 1, N 49 E, South extreme,
Aston I, S 80 E; or approximate
position : Lat 35 4' 38" N, Long
128 38' 12" E.
Ynkobanin'a Dry Dock.
The now dock of the Yokohama
Dock Co, was opened on 26th nit,
when the Saikio-maru was taken
in. Work on tho dock was com
menced in January, 1895, and it
has therefore been built in about
two years, which is less than was
originally anticipated that the
work would require. It is built of
large blocks of granite and is 351
feet on the blocks, its length from
the outside of the entrance to tho
head, is 49 feet 10 inches and from
tho outside caisson to.the head,
400 feet 3 inches. Tho width of
the entrance is GO feet 3 inches at
the top and 45 feet 11 incnes at
tho bottom. Tho depth is 35 feet
1 inch on tho inside, and 31 feet 2
inches on tho sill. The depth of
water on the blocks is 27 feet 2
inches at spring tides, 26 feet 2
inches at ordinary springs and 19
feet 8 inches at low water of spring
tides. This is the smaller or No2
Dock of the Company. Tho Nol
Dock, work on which was begun n
few months ago, will bo nearly 550
feet long, and will hold tho largest
vessels coming to the .Last.
From Sau Francisco, per schr
Aloha, May 31 U F MoOullough
and wife, A B Brown and F West.
From Hawaii and Maui, per
stmr Mauna Loa, June 1 0 Trow
bridgo and wife, C W Dickey, H
W Doskey, Mrs V Word, Mrs Chas
Muiuocke, Master F Meineoke,
Uov S Kapu, R W Boyd, W J
Kane, S Lazaro, Wm H Shipman,
luiss li uocKtw, luiss Alice onaw,
Revs Kauhano aud wife, W B Ke
anu, W M Kapaiwaa, E Egami,
Young On, and 52 deck.
For San Francisco, per O & O 8
S Coptic, May 31 Col Z S Spald
ing, Otis B Spalding, Miss L Pears,
Miss B Doyle, Henry S Kip, W R
Kip, Morgan Davie, Mr Wiloman,
H V Dickenson and S Hose.
Don't bo persuaded to accept
what is not really "good in en
larged portraits, just because you
havo given an order for ono.
King Bros, will givo you some
thing infinitoly better and cheap
er than you can get uuywhoro else
Monday, May 81.
Am schr Aloha, Dabtl, from San Franclico.
Tuesday, Joae I.
Stmr Manna L, Slracrten, from tlawati
Tdesday, Juno 1.
Stmr Kcauliou, Thompson, for Kaliuku.
Stmr Kauai, Bruliu, fur Uunamaulu, Wal
mea aud Kckaha.
Stmr Waialcale, Parker, for Nawlliwlll,
Kllauca, Kalllilwal aud llanalel.
Stmr James Mnkcc, Tullett, for Knpaa.
Am bktn 8 O Wilder, McNell.for San Fran
cisco. Stmr Claudlnc, Cameron, for Maul.
Stmr W O Hall, llaKluud, for ports on
Stmr J A (Juramlns, Scarlc, for Oahu
VE8SELS LEAVING TOMOIUIOW.
S S Australia, Iloudlctte, for San Fran
cisco. 0AH00E3 FltOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmr Mauna Loa 11,600 bag sugar, 108
bags colTec. 115 bags awu, 20 bdls tildes, SU
bead cattle, 1 horse, I5U nkijs sundries.
VKS3KL3 IN POUT.
U 8 8 Philadelphia, Cotton, San Dicfio, April
USB Marlon, Greene, San Diego, March 19.
II 1 J M S NuulwaKau, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Gcr bk Paul lecuberg, Wullman, Liverpool,
Am ship Iteapcr, Young, Newcastle, May
Bktn Ensenada, Toyes. Newcastle. May 1R.
Am bk Fresno, Underwood, Port Townscnd,
Am skip Loustana, Halcrow, Newcastle,
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, 8 F, May 23.
Am bktn Echo, Foje, Newcastle, May U.
lirlt bk Helen Deuny, Smith, Newcastle,
S S Australia. Houdlctte, S F, May 35.
Am schr Vlklug, Peterson, Washington Isld,
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, Pugct Sound,
Am schr Aloha, Dabcl, 8 F, May .11.
FOItEION VF8SELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Whcrotrom lino
Schr Louis Newcastle....
Haw bk Iolaul New York
Ilk Nuuanu New York....
, May 31
(irship II FOladc,.... Drunin July. 31
Ilk Colorado Newcastle
Bk Mauna Ala Newcastle
Bktn OO Funk Newcastle
ilk Chas B Kounv... NcwcaUle
Bk Palmyra, PC Gamble
Am bk Mohican 8 F.
Am bktn W II Dlmond ....S F,
Schr Jessie Minor Eureka,
Am bk Martha Davis S F.
od Alameda S F JuntttS
SSBelglc SF JuneS
SB Peru SF June 15
S 8 Aorau.-l Vancouver Junu IS
S 8 Gaelic Yokohama June 20
S3 Australia SF June22
S SMoana Sydney June H
SS Warrlmoo Svclney June 24
8 8 City of Piklrg.Yukohama Juue 2U
Am bk Edward May. .New York
Ttant Uou&luir Affair.
Other spectators of tho affair
over which the morning paper
made seriouB charges against
Lieutenant Eekai and others
of tho police forco give an entirely
different version to that published.
Marshal Brown has obtained the
names of many who saw the
affray and questioned them
yesterday. Gus Cordes wbb not
present and therefore could not
have used the bad language re
ported. It is intimated that he
will enter suit against tho Adver
tiser for libol.
In tho police court yesterday
the cases of James Horrioksou,
charged with assaulting a po
liceman while in the execution ot
his duty, and Johnson, fot
obstructing an officer, wore con
tinued until Juue 3, to await the
investigation into tho mattor now
being made by the Marsha).
Gave the Olllcor the (Hip.
While tho men-of war's men
were drilling at the baseball
grounds today, the truant officer
captured two Portuguese young
stors. Holding each ono by tho
collar, he marched off with them.
A Portuguese in the grand stand
shouted something in his native
tongue. Immediately on hearing
the words from the grand stand,
t ie two youngsters mado a break
for liberty in opposite directions,
ono of them succeeding in getting
off. 'While the policeman gave
chase the crowd of spectators
yelled, enjoying the fun greatly.
The Godd-ird Lectures. The second
of the Goddard lectures was given laat
night before on audience which was
thoroughly in 5cord with the lectur
er f.nd listened to his splendid descrip
tions of the art oi brewing "Rainier"
beer. He remarked that only the'best
of hops and melt were usee1 thus in
suring a healthful beverage On tap
or In bottles at the Criterion ealoon.
JAPAN ANI TIIK INLAND.
Continued from 1st Page.
en into new hands, who have not
yet come to understand the
steadying effect of responsibility,
and tho Foreign Affairs Commit
tee of the Senato, which votes in
Boorot, and has not the responsi
bility of carrying out the measures
it declares for, is swayed only by
the prejudice of tho hour. A
Government whioh is a compro
mise between a feudal dependence
and an English Crown Colony is
the suggestion of tho momont, but
the constitutional party in the
States hositato to accept a rule,
tho effect of whioh may recoil on
themselves. The couutry which,
after the United States and iu
some respects before, has the
largest interest in Hawaii is, of
course. Ennland. .
Naturally England is in the present
stato of affairs out of the question.
The men who gained their ends by
meaus which will not bear the
light of day, have littlo cause of
wonder if they find like measures
taken against themselves, and tho
Japaueso 'Government seams to
have concocted a scheme whioh
shows how lightly the amenities
of her newly found position rest
upon them. This wus the intro
duction under the name of freo
laborers of carefully drilled
soldiers. Tho motive, of course,
has not come to hand, but it is
generally belioved in Hawaii that
tho object was to foment a rising
amongst tho already numerous
class of Japanese residents on tho
islands, with tho ulterior aim of
annexation by Japan. The scheme,
whatever it was,Beems to havo had
a directly contrary reault to that
intended. It has certainly spurred
tho somewhat languid uesiro for
annexation existing in the United
States, and will bo mado use of as
an excuse to restrain the influx of
any moro of tho Japanese olement.
But, even if tho United States
were to stand idly by and witness
tho coercion or annexation of
tho island by Japan, it is not
likely that England would be an
indifferent spectator. We havo too
tnauy interests at stake in tho
Pacific to permit the most import
ant station in it to fall into the
hands of so self-assuming andun
trustworthy a nation as Japan. It
is true that the British Govern
ment baB not yet awakened to the
importance of her interests in the
North' Pacific; the Colonies, how
ovor, have been moro alert, and
though no overt steps have been
taken wo feel sure the subjeot has
not passed without discussion in
Ottawa and Sydney. The vacilla
ting action of tho United States
haB hitherto passed iu Japan as a
sign of acquiescence, but it would
bo well for .bnglanu and America,
however different may bo their
views ns to the ultimata govern
ment of tho Islands, to unite in
giving notico to Japan that no in
terference on her part will bo per
mitted iu Hawaiian affairs.
AG UN IN TROUBLE.
The Jaunueae Ilotolkeeper ou
Kiraura, the Japanese who was
arrested lately for running a hotel
out on Beretania street, dear Ma
kiki, without a liconse, is again in
trouble. Ho pleaded guilty on his
former trial and sentence was sus
pended on his promise to procure
a proper license.
Siuce thattinio in order to evade
the law ho claims to have sold ont
his hotel to a Japanese hui con
sisting of 25 of his lodgers. That
this sohemo was only concocted
with the intontion of defrauding
tho government was tho decision
arrived at in tho Marshal's office
as soon as it was reported and
Jnpanoso interpreter Doyle with
uetective xoma wero put on tue
cqbg. Toma cot a couple of his
men to go to the hotol and ongage
lodgings by the week. They did
so and stayed two weeks in the
place, during which time they ob
tained abundant ovidenco to show
that Kitnura was still running the
place. They ongaged the lodging
from him and paid him therefor
at the rate of a dollar a week.
Kimura'e former conviction on
whioh sentence was suspended will
now bo revived and he may have
to answer additional charges.
Marshal Brown fixed his bail at
If you oontemplato ordoring a
portrait enlargement wo invite
your attoution to tho superior
work we offer and would ask a
comparison of prices and work
manship boforo placing your
order. King Broa., Hotol streot.
TIIK LtllOlt COMVtNflUN.
Dclecnlea to IVIept and DUcnvi
Hawaiian Labor Question.
When tho California Labor
Convention adjourned sine die
shortly after the adjournment of
the last Legislature it wos be
lieved that its mission was ended.
Its purpose was to take suoh ac
tion as was necessary to sooure
tho pnssngo of ceitain laws of ad
vantage to labor. An effort is
being mado to rovivo the conven
tion, as will bo seen by the fol
lowing notico soot out to all of the
Sau Francisoo, May 16, 1897.
Dear Sir and Brother: You are
oarni'Stly reqnestod to attend a
upeoiitl meeting of tho delegttes
of the California Lubor Convention,
to be held on the evening of the
18th at tho usual place, fur the
purpose of acting upon tho report
of Lubor Commissioner Filzgoruld
in regard to diepliioiug Aaiiitic
with whito labor in tho Htuvuiinn
J. Rose, Chairman.
While many inny attond the
meeting tonight at 915$ Market
stroet, there are muny who will
not. Tho latter take the ground
that tho convention went nut of
existence when it adjourned sine
die.J nud that thoy ns dolegates
wore discharged by their respec
tive labor unions and therefore
have no right to represent their
unions at tonight'smuetiug. Those
favoring tho roussembliug of tho
convention declare that by virtue
of tho words sine dio (without
day) the convention aid not set a
special date for reassembling, but
that the 'chairmnn has the, right
to make a d.ty for calling tho con
vention togothorugaiu. Tho Cull,
Fltaitornld Should ba Chained.
Labor Commissioner Fitzger
ald may bo big onough to handle
himself on American soil, but
when ho becomes a self eleotod
diplomatic representative of this
couutry to Hawaii, he puiu fully
illustrates the difference between
ability and absurdity. His threat
made to the planters that Congress
would oppose annexation if the
islanders did not open their arms
to the unemployed of the Pacifio
Coast, who are supposed to be
anxiously peering over the bosom
of the ocean toward the cane fields
of the Hawaiians, was a stretch of
the Fitzgerald imagination. Our
Labor Commissioner should be
chained up in his office, or Bent to
join tho ranks of the unemployed
himself. S. F. Nowa Letter.
Soon Be Coming Of
Graduating classes want
class photos made. Lower
classes ought to have
them, too. Wo want to
do all the college work
this year. Our posing
and grouping ure not sur
We know our prices aro
as low as the finost work
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned Imvlncr been an-
Folnteil executors ot the wlllof M. Mo
nerny, deceuseil, notice is hereby giv
en to all creditors of the deceased to
present their claims, whether ceured
by mortgage or otherwise, duly au
thenticated, and with the proper
vouohers, If any exist, to the utuler
slgnetl, within six months from (he
date hereof, or they shall be forever
barred. And all pereoua imlehted to
tbn said deceased ure request d to
make Immediate pavment to the un
deralened, at their olllce, corner of Fort
and Merchant street, Honolulu.
Honolulu, April 20, 1897.
E. A. MclNERNY,
J D MclNERNY,
W. H. MclNERNY,
Executors of the Will of M. Mulieniv;
Poij Rent or Sale.
Neat Oottago and grounds on Nuuanu
near Kukul street, only two mluutos wulk
from tho business portion of the city.
G0t-tf A. V. GEAlt I-CO.
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