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EVENING BULLETIN, J ONE 2, 1897.
SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
On Wednesday, July 28, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, nt tho front
entrance of the Exeuutiro Build
ing, Honolulu, will bo sold nt
Public Auction, tho Hawaiian
Hotel Promises at Honolulu.
Thoao promises are centrally
located in tho city, in tbo centre
of tho block bounded by and with
entrance drives from Hotel,
liichards, Boretania and Alakea
streets, aud tho grouuds contain
an area of 1 7-10 acres.
The Buildings consist of tlio
Hotol proper of two stories nnd
basement; built of brick and con
crete with broiid verandas at front
aud rear of each story.
Tbo Main Building covers an
area of 10,800 tjq. feet with Lnuni
or wing addition on one sido,
40x2-1 foot, aud wooden addition
on opposite wing for Kitchen,
There are also Four Cottagos
on tho premises with ample pro
vision for bath looms and closets.
Ino Maiu Building contains a
spacious Parlor, Public and Pri
voto Diuing Booms, Largo Bil
liard Hall and Bar Boom, and
Forty Sleeping rooms. Tbo Cot
tages coutaiu about twenty addi
tional sleeping rooms.
A wator tank with capacity of
10,000 gallons is placed on a
towor at an elevation sufficient to
give a good water pressure in
second story of tho Main Build
ing. This tank is supplied from
an Artesian well on adjoining
premises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow. Tho buildings and grounds aro
thoroughly lighted with Electric
1'lans of tho Buildings and
grounds can be seen at tbo offico
of the Minister of the Interior.
Terms of Sulo aio Cash in
United States Gold coin.
Upset price: $00,000.00.
In caso tber-3 is no bidder to
purchase tho propoity attbeubovo
upset price, a leaso of tbo saino
will immediately bo offered for
Bale at an upset prico of $1000 a
year for a period of thirty years
under tho conditions sot out in
Act 7, Laws of 189G and more
particularly of Sections 2 and 4 of
said Act which reads as follows:
"Section 2. Every such lease
shall coutaiu a covenant on the
part of tbo lessee that he shall,
during the first four years of the
term of tho lease, causo to be
erected upon tho leased premises
a iiro proof building of Brick,
Stono or Metal, iu u workmanlike
manner, satisfactory to the Min
ister of tho Intorior at not loss
thun a stated cost; and
keep the same suitably in
sured at not less than two
thirds of its value for tho bonoGt
of the lessor; and shall koop the
building in good repair during
the remainder of tho term of lease,
reasonable use and wpar thereof
only excepted; and in caso of
damage or destruction of such
building by fire, shall make good
such loss or damage by tho neces
sary repairs or reconstruction or
else surrender the insurance to the
"Section 4. Every such lease
shall also contain a covenant on the
part of tho" lessor, that upon tho
request iu writiug by the iesseoor
Ihh representatives, before tbo ex
piration thereof, me premises with
the improvement, shall, if all of
tho conditions to be performed by
tho lesseo have been satisfactorily
performed, be put up at auction
for a lease for a term of not over
twonty years; unless said premises
Bhall be required for public uses,
of which tho lesseo shall recoive
at least one year's notice. Such
auction sale shall bo bold not
more than six mouths nor less
than one mouth before the expira
tion of said term."
Tho cost of building to bo
erected in accordance with Soc
tion 2 as above quoted, is placed
J. A. KING,
Minister of tbo Intorior.
Intorior Office, March 27, 1897.
Fridoy, June 11, 1897, being
the Commemoration of the Birth
day of Kamehamoha I., will bo
observed as a Public Holiday and
all Government Ofiicos throughout
the Bepublio will be olosed on that
day. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Intorior.
Intorior Oilico, May 29, 1897.
Public Lands Notice.
On THURSDAY, July 1, nt 12
o'clock noon, it the front entrance of
Judiciary Building will bo sold at
auction; lot containing 3 acres In
Walanae Village, on main road near
Walanae Mill. Upset price, 1300.00.
For further particulars apply at
Public Lauds Office, Honolulu.
J. F. BROWN,
Agent Publlo LuiuIh.
June 1, 1897. 025 3t
Holders of water privileges, or tlioo
paying wntcr rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for irrigation pur
pose nre from 6 to 8 o'clock A. M. and
from 4 to 0 o'clock p. M.
Bupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., April 0, 1897.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of
Notice la hereby given tbatby virttio
of a power of sale contained In a cer
tain mortgage, dated tho 25th day of
June, 189, made by Charles Lehman n
aud Juliana Lt-uraann, his wife, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, to Paul Lemke, of Ho
nolulu, Oatiu, recorded in tbe Register
Olllce, Onliu, In Liber 131, ou Pages
208 and 209, notice Is hereby given that
the mortgagee intends to foreclose the
same for condition broken, to wit:
Nonpayment of intereHt when due.
Notice la likewise given that after
the expiration of three w oka from the
ilatn of this notice, the property cou
veyetl by said mortgage will be Hold at
imlilto unction, nt the auction rooms of
J much F. Morgan, In Honolulu, on
Tuesday, Juue 8, 1897, at 12 o'clock
noon ot salil day.
TerniHiCaxh, U. 8. gold coin. Deeds
at purchaser's expellee.
PAUL LIS MICE, Mortgagee.
Further particulars muv he had of
A 8 HUMPHREYS,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Honolulu, April 2.2, 1897.
The premies covered by said mort
gage cnnsNt of:
That certain piece or parcel of land
s Itttute on Punchbowl street, Honolulu,
and known us Lt4, by survey of M,
D. MnuHurrut, (luted Juuuury 8, 1891,
and more particularly described by
metes and bounds In the deed of John
Magnon to said Charles Lehm'ann, ami
containing an area of 5,852 square feet,
being a portion of Royal Patent Grant
No. 2153, together with till buildings
and appurtenances thereon. Oil U
In the Ciroult Court of .
the First Clicult, Hawaii- STAM1S
an Islands. James J. Byrne vs. John
Allen, H. Allen and others, at Cham
hers The RepuOlio of Hawaii: To
the Marshal of the Hawaiian Islunds,
or his Deputy, Greeting: You are
hereby commanded to mmraon John
Allen, Henry Allen, Henry Rhodes,
W. H. Lambert. A. Peek, B. F. Dil
lingham aud Oahu Railroad & Lund
Co, to appear ten dus alter rviee
hereof, If thoy reside on tbe Island of
Oahu, otherwise twenty days after
service, before suoh Ju4ge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Circuit as shall
he Mining at Chambers in the Court
Room, at Honolulu, In the Judiciary
Building, to answer the annexed bill
ot James J Byrne. Aud you are fur
ther commanded, by order of the Hon.
A. W. Curler, 1st Judge of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Circuit, that process
be served upou W. A. Kinney, Esq ,
for aud on behalf of A. Feek aud that
a temporary Injunction issue us prayed
for against the O hu Hull road & L tud
Company, A. Feek, his Attorneys,
Agents and Factors, aud have you
then there this Writ, with your re
J up., Wltnes tlie First Judge
1BliAI,of the Circuit Cou.tof the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27th
day of July, 1890.
(81g) GEORGE LUCAS,
i 1100, Civil Code. Tho time with
in which an act Is to be done,
chiill be computed by excluding the
tlrst duy and including tho luet. It
the last day be Sunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to he a true
copy of the original summons in said
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service he made uiou said uon resi
dent defendant, A. Feek, by publica
tion of the t-ame and continuance of
said cuuse until the 28th day of Juue,
1897, ul 10 o'clock iu tlie fort-noun.
Honolulu, H. I., March 10, 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been np.
pointed executors of the will of M. Mo
Iuerny, deceased, notice la hereby giv
en to all creditors of the deceased to
present their claims, whether i-ecured
by mortgage or otherwise, duly au
thenticated, aud with the proper
vouchers, if any exist, to the under
signed, within six mouths from the
date hereof, or they shall be forever
barred. Aud all pereoutt Indebted to
the said deceased are requested to
make Immediate payment to the un
dersigned, at their office, cornor of Fort
and Merchant streets, Honolulu,
Honolulu, April 20, 1897.
E. A. MclNERNY,
J D MoINERNY,
W. H MclNERNY,
Executors of the Will of M. Molnorny,
NEWS OF THE SEA
AUSTHALIA FOR SAX FRAN
lark Itfiirtlia DitTli In Port-Note
Gathered on the Docks This
Dnll Day Fme!i-r.
A dull day on the waterfront.
Alameda with late news of the
world tomorrow morning.
The schooner Luka will sail for
Paauilo on Friday with general
Tomorrow, high tide largo G:20
pmjbigb tide small 4:40 a m; low
tido largo 10:5 a m; low tido small
1:15 p in.
The barkentino W H Dimond
will probably bo in port before
long. The Martha Davis reports
seeing her about a week ago.
The Oceanic liner Australia
leaves nt 4 p in today for San
Francisco. She takes tho usual
largo amount of island produce
and a good list of passengers.
First officer Nicholson of tho
steamer Noeau was feeling quito
happy today. His wife aud chil
dren nrrived in the bark Martha
Davis, having come all the way
from tho eastern States.
Last night tho Amorican bark
Martha Davis anchored off port,
18 days from San Francisco. Cap
tain Friis, who came dowu in the
vessel, will bo master on the ro
turn trip, Captain Soulo remain
ing in Honolulu. Captain Soulo
brought down a lino driving horse
for himself. The Martha Davis was
brought into port this morning
and tied up at Brewer's wharf.
Au IllumliiHteil Lite I.luo.
In spitoof tho magnificent work
of the life saving corps of tho gov
ernment, and regardless of tho ap
poratus for tho rendering of aid to
tho shipwrecked which is at their
command, many n life has been
lost by tho inability of tho per
sons who are cliugiug to a wreck
to seo tho line shot at them from
the shore, or, if it readies tbo rig
ging, to tell just where it might
be seized upon As in suoh cases
minutes mean lives, the inability
to see and grasp the lifeline with
out tho delay of a second has
lessened tho population of the
earth by several in mauy,mnny in
stances, says a Washington letter.
The idea which Mr Plass has suc
cessfully evolved is to provide a
lifeliuo which emits a phosphores
cent light of sufficient luminosity'
to be visible for a long distance
immediately it leaves tho mortar's
mouth, and is shot through the
gale to tho wreck. Iu the past if
it happened to be daylight when
the life savers were at work, they
could, by means of their glasses,
tell whether or not thoy bad land
ed a lifelino aboard tho wreck. It
unfortunately happens, though,
that the majority of wrecks occur
at night, and, therefore, a lumin
ous lifoline becomes an invention
of the first importance By its uso
tho lifesavers can toll exactly what
has bappoued to tbe line. Thore
need bo no more uncertainty.
It is estimated that tho luminous
Hue of Mr Plass will bo visible
with as much distinctness as if tho
light were emitted from a 5G can
dle power olectric-bulb. In that
way, unless the storm were too
dense, tho lino would bo visible ita
entiro length from shoro to wreck,
aud tho watchers ou tho beach
could toll just what progress to
ward safety was being made by
those whoso lives they were trying
to save. Exchange.
For Kauai, per etmr W G Hall,
Juno 1 MrsEECunlia,E Lindo
mann and wife, L L McCuudless,
J H Cummings, J Watorhousoand
24 on deck.
For Maui, per stmr Claudino,
June 1 H P Baldwin, Father
Leonor, Miss Ethel Smith, H
llethe, Awaua, Akanaliilii, Thomas
Brown, J K Sinytho, 0 UoBse, 0
von Hamra, E K. Bailor, E John
son, L A Dickey, Oheoug Chung,
Autouo Rosa, Mrs Telles and four
For San Francisco, per SS Aus
tralia, Juue 2 James A Low, Q
W Hinkle, Mr and. M rs OTt Gil
christ, Miss E Molnorny, 0 F
Porry, M G Silva, the Misses
Curtin, Miss It M Kinney, Miss
K D Wntson, It P Kithet, J A
Hopper, Mrs L L Long, John
Gallery, Rev Arthur M Clark, E B
Beard, Dr P S Kellogg and wife,
G Redo, Mr and Mrs Maxpape, H
J Agnow, Miss M Rico, Col Do La
Vcrgno, Mrs H F Wichinaii and
cbildrou, Miss A Haako.Mrs K W
Edgar, Mrs T R Reed, II A Wide
mann nnd family, Mr and Mrs N
O Harlan, Dr R W Anderson,
Miss Reid, T H Hicks, GT South-
fate, Mr Brown', Mr and Mrs G
' Wilder, Miss L Wilder, Mrs
Robinson, Capt Green, Mrs J W
Brown, Miss Brown, Mr and Mrs
Wm G Irwin.
Wednesday, Juno 3.
Stmr Kaala. Moshcr, from ports on Oahu.
Stmr KUauea Mou, Weir, from Hawaii.
Schr Luka from Han all.
Am bk Martha Dals, Soulo, from San
Wednesday, Juno 3.
8 S Australia, Houdlcttc, for San Fran,
Stmr Kaala, Moalur, forKalmku.
8tmr Noeau, I'cteriou, for Lahalna, Hono
kaa, and Kukulhaclv.
OAnaons fiiom island touts.
Ei stmr Kaala SO bsgs rice.
E schr Luka 1800 bags sugar.
Ex sihr Kn Mol 3100 bags sugar.
Ex sclir Molwablne-2i00 bags sugar.
VKSBKLd IN TOUT.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, 8an Diego, April
U 8 8 Marlon. Greene, San Dlcgo, March 13.
II 1 J M 8 Nan 1 a Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(CoaMcrs not Included In this list.)
Gcr bk Paul lscnberg, Wullman, Liverpool,
Am ship Kcupcr. Young, Non castle, May
Bktu Encnadi, Toycs, Newcastle. May IS.
Am bk Fresno, Underwood, Tort Townscnd,
Am ship Louslana, Halcrow, Newcastle,
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, 8 F, May 23.
Am bktn Echo, Foje. Newcastle, May 31.
Ilrlt bk Helen Denny, Smith, Newcastle,
Am schr Viking, l'ctcrson, Washington Isld,
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, I'uget Sound,
Am schr Aloha, Dabcl, S F, May 31.
Am bk Martha lmWs, Soulc, 8 F, .Time 3.
FOREIGN VFSSEI.S EXPECTED.
Schr Louts Newcastle
Sell r Novelty Newcastlu
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuanu New York
Grshlp II F Glade,.... Ilremen July 31
13k Colorado New castle
Hk Maunu Ala Newcastle
Bktn CO Funk Newcastle
Hk Clio B Kenny.. .Newcastle
Ilk Palmyra, PtGamble
Am bl; Molilcmi 8 F Duo
Am bktu W II Dimond ,...SF Due
Schr Jessie Mluor Eureka Due
8 8 Alameda 8 F Junuii
SSBeldc 8F JuncS
8 8 Peru SF June IS
8 8 Aorangl , Vancouver June IB
8 8 Gaelic Yokohama June SO
88 Australia s F Juue2J
8 8 Moaua Sydney June 31
8 8 Warrltnoo Svdney June24
8 8 City of Peking. Yokohama June 8!)
Am hk Edward May..Ne York
CAMARA In Honolulu, on tho morning of
Juuo 1, lb'J7, to the wlfo of J Caraara Jr,
The Goddird Lectures. The second
of tho Cloddard lectures was given last
night before an audience which was
thoroughly in -"coord with the lectur
er end listened to his splendid descrip
tions of tbe art 0i brewing "Rainier"
beer. IIo remarked that only the best
of hops and melt were iiset1 thus in
suring a healthful beverage On tap
or in bottles at the Crite-'on saloon.
llniciclca and IMinetons,
Gus Schnmnu bops to inform
tbe public that he has on hand a
fiue new line of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Road Wagons nnd Carts;
Double and Single Buggy, Ex
press and Hack Harness made
specially for the Hawaiian trade.
These goods are now on exhibi
tion at the Club Stables.
The finest of breakfast sausages
aro to bo had at tho Central Meat
Market on Nuuanu avenue. Tele
Meohanios' Home, oorner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 26
and 60 cents per night. $1, and
S1.25 ner week.
Sharkey will dofoat Maher if
ho drinks the now O. P. S. Whis
key that is just put on tho market
at tbe Anchor Saloon. Also,
Half-and-Half and Seattle Beer
It's one thing to tako an order
for a portrait and quito another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits havo always been known
to give satisfaction and now that
thoy havo reducod thoir prices so
low, an oxtra inducement is offer
ed. Seo what thoy havo boforo
j you invest.
J. S, Walker,
Ileal - Estate - Broker
Has for Sulo nnd Loate on
1. Largo Lot, Maklkl stre t, fenced, 22S
2. Lot on Kinau street between Alapal
and Kaplolaui streets 140 feet frontage.
3. Lot on Luunlllo street between Alnpai
and Ilaekfeld streets.
4. 3 largo Lots on Prospect street.
5. House and Lot on Qrcen street be
tween Knpiolanl and Victoria.
6. Tbo Building known nsThomas'BIock,
2 stories nnd embracing C (rented) stores
on leaded ground.
7. Lot corner of Kinau and 1'iikol streets.
8. Itico Land nt Waikane, Koolau.
0. Lot on corner of Heulu and Eccan
moku streete, between residence of W. A.
llow6n nnd lot of W. M. Uiffartl, having
frontage on Heulu street 200 feet,
10. Lots 0 nnd 7 with House, Kalin,
11. Half Acre Lot in Hilo Town.
1. Cottages on Queen street near Fnnch
2. 3 Cottages nt Old Wniklki.
3. Storo nnd Dwelling;, corner Wyllle
nud Nutninu, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot corner Merchant and IUckards
Properties Matinged, Collec
tion, of Rents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances made on
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckels Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box. 339. Tel. 331.
Finest Turnouts in City.
Wagonettes and Surries
With Cartful Drivers always on
London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Company of
(Stock Company, Incorporated 1801.)
Norwalk Fire Insurance Com
pany of Norwalk, Con
necticut. (Stock Company, Incorporated 1859.)
A nollcv written bv tbe above
company Is doubly secure, as It repre
sents two of the lurgestFire Insurance
Companies back ot It.
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
08 Fort BtrMt - - - Honolulu
A. V. G-EAR.
No. 810 King St.
1 Two Stores on Nuuanu itreet.
3-Lot on Magulne Hill, 130x2W fet
commanding an excellent view of tbo city
8 Lot on Ilaekfeld street, 80x100.
4 -A Choice Kesldenco on Lunalllo street,
bavlnc nil modern Improvements.
5 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental ot 1105.
This property Is S.'4llfeeton Punchbowl stree.
with a depth of 22a feet running to the drlU
? rounds or armory, with a frontage on same
Br 4 or 5 more cottages. The central loca
tion of tho property makes it most available;
0 A Flno Kesldenco centrally located,
containing 15 rooms. Lot laoxSUO ft. Two
small cottages on tho lot brlni;inir In eood
7 A Commodious Residence on Haeslnger
street, fitted with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
8. A House and Lot on Young street.
0 House and Lot corner Victoria and
Uerctanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains 0 rooms.
10 House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ot the Hev. Mr. ilydo. Lot
110x140. Houbc contains elcht rooms;
II Pearl City Property.
Ill Desirable Tract of Coffee Land on Ua
wall. 13 A most Doslrablo Homo on Thurston
nveune. Large grounds nnd beautiful flow,
er ((in den; houso furnished throughout in
huril wood with, nil latest Improvements
Excellent vlow of tho city nnd ocean, and
one which cnunot bo cut off.
14 A Largo Lot nd Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding an nn
obstructed view of the city nnd harbor. No
choicer residonco Is to be had in tho oity
even by tho most fastidious.
15 A New House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, servants' quarters and stables. One block
from car lino at Punahou.
10- Only 4 of those Lots lcll near Kamcha
17 Tw o Houses and Lots on Llllba street.
18 A House and Lot on Alakea street.
Ill A Ueantlful Uulldlng Lot at Kallhl,
11KJX200, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
SI0 A. Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, Ut0xlU5, having a frontage on tircen
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's,
cyu view of tho city and harbor.
ai Elegant llcach Property at Walklkl.
Si House and Lot on Peterson Luno, Pa
lama. Houso contains 0 r"oms. Lot 75x110.
2.1 Dwelling House of V rooms, fitted with
all modern conveniences Lot 125x110.
Situated at Palama.
St Vacant Lot on Walklxl Iload, 100x110.
25 House and Lot on Nuuanu street.
House contains eight furnished rooms.
Very conveniently located near the business
center of the city.
2U Elegant Kesldenco nt Punahou. House
of 7 rooms with all modern conveniences.
Lot looxSoo, nicely planted with fruit and
2712 Suits of Furniture comnleto and
tho rental of tho most desirable and cen
trally located Lodging (Iouto in thx city.
28 Pineapple ltuuch 25,000 fruiting
plants, 600 linio trees, 60 Avocado peat
tret s, poach trees aud Alfalfa crop. Two
Dwellings, burn, etc Au Al investment,
2'J A Lodging Houso ou Fort struct con
sisting of twenty furnished room!,, all occu
pied by lodgers. A bargain for tho right
80 House and Lot, corner Wilder avenue
and Kuwalo street, beautiful grounds, well
laid out, an excellent view of the mountains.
The lot Is lliO feet front on Wilder aeuue by
a depth of 150 feet on Kcwalo street. House
contains eight rooms and outbuilding.
ill Houso and Lot, situate a few feet off
King street, just opposite LUlha street.
Noticb: Can, Negotiate Loans on anvo)
the above property lor purchasers desiring
samo at from 50 to 75 per cent of tho value.
A. V; GEAR & CO.,
210 King street.
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