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EVKN1NG HULLETIN, JUNE 10, 1807.
SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
On WotliicBilny, July '28, 1807,
Rt 12 o'clock noon, nt tho frout
ontrnnco of llio Exoculivu Build
ing, llonolulu, will bo Bold t nt
Public Auction, tho Hawaiian
Hotel PromittOH nt Honolulu.
Theso promises lire contrnlly
located in tho city, in tho coutro
of tho block bounded by nutl with
ontrnnco drives from Hotol,
lliclinrtls, iJoretnnin mid Aluken
Btroots, and th. grounds contiiiu
an nren of 1 7-10 ncres.
Tho Building consist of tho
Hotol propor of two stories nud
bnsomont; built of brick nnd con
croto with broad verandas nt frout
nnd renr of each slory.
Tho Main Building covers an
area of 10,800 sq. foot with Lanai
or wing addition on ono pido,
10x21 font, nud wooden addition
on opposite wing for Kitchen,
Thore arc also Four Cottages
on the premises with ample pro
vision for bath rooms and closets.
'lno Main Building contains n
spacious Pnilor, Public and Pri
vnto Dining Rooms, Largo Bil
liard Hall and Bar Boom, and
Forty Bleeping vooiim. Tho Cot
tages contain about twenty tulili
tionnl sleeping rooms.
A wator lank with capacity of
10,000 gallons is placed on a
tow or at an elevation sullicieut to
give a good wator pressuro in
second story of tho Main Build
ing. This tank is i.upplied from
an Artesian well on adjoining
pioiniecs, owned by Dr. J. S. Mo
Grow. Tho buildings nnd grounds nro
thoroughly lighted with Electric
Flans of tho Buildiugs nnd
grounds can bo seen nt tho ollico
of tho Minister of tho Interior.
Terms of Salo aro Cash in
United Stnto? Gold coin.
Upset price: 60,000.00.
In enso there is no bidder to
purchase tho property at tho above
upset price, n lease of tho sumo
will immodintoly bo offered for
sale at nn upsci price of S1000 a
year for n period of thirty years
under tho conditions sot out in
Act 7, Laws of 1890 and more
particularly of Sections 2 and 4 of
said Act which roads as follows:
"Section 2. Every such leaso
shall contain n covenant on tho
part of tho lessee that ho shall,
duriug tho first four years of the
torni of tho lease, causo to bo
erected upon the leased promises
a iiro proof building of Brick,
Slono or Metal, in a workmauliko
manner, satisfactory to tho Min
ister of tho Interior at not less
than a stated cost; and
keep the Bame suitably iu
Burcd at not loss than two
thirds of its value for the benefit
of the lessor; nnd shall keep the
building in good repair duriug
tho romainder of the torm of lease,
reasonable uso nud wear thereof
only excepted; and in caso of
damago or destruction of such
building by Hie, shall mako good
such loss or damago by tho neces
sary repairs or reconstruction or
olse surrender tho insuranco to tho
"Section 1. Every such loase
Bhnll also contain a covenant on tho
part of tho lessor, that upon tho
request in writing by tho losseoor
his representatives, before tho ex
piration thereof, the premises with
tho improvements, shall, if all of
tho conditiono to bo poi formed by
tho lossoo havo been satisfactorily
performed, be put up at auction
for a leaso for a term of not over
twenty years; unless said promises
shall bo required for public uses,
of which the lessee shall recoive
at least ono year's notice. Such
auction sale shall bo hold not
mora than six months nor less
than ono month before tho expira
tion of said term."
, Tho cost of building to bo
orooted in accordnuno with Sec
tion 2 as abovo quoted, is placed
3. A. KING.
Minister of tho'Intenor.
Interior Ollico, March 27, 1897.
Don't bo porsuadod to accept
what is not really gpod in en
larged portraits, just because you
have given an ordor for ouo.
King Bros, will givo you Bomo
thing infinitely bettor and cheap
er than you can get anywhoro oIbo
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
June 23d Sports,
Following is tho program of
BportiuR ovonts nrrnngou by tho
Bub-cominitti'o having tho matter
in oluirgo, for tho Diamond Jubi
lco, which takes pluco on Juno 23d:
Committee: A. G. M. llobort
snu, W.F. Lovoand U.K. Walker.
All ontrios to bo in boforo noon,
Saturday, Juno 19th, nt tho oflico
of A. G M. HobortBon; first raco
to start nt 8 a. m.
1. Yacht. Second class. First
prizo. tCO; second prize, $25.
Courso: Oil" Waikiki and return.
2. Four oared flholl. Prizo: ?50.
Course: Tluoo - qunrtor - niilo
3. Fivo-oared wlmloboat. First
prize: SCO; second prize, $20.
Courso: Spnr buoy nud return.
1. Six-oared sliding-soat barge.
Prizo: ifoO. Courso: Spnr buoy
5. Ton-oarod barge. Prizo: 50.
Courso: Boll buoy and return.
G. Canoe, six - puddlo. First
prizo: .20; second prize, $10.
Courso: From start to first can
buoy and return.
At Kupiolaui Park, commencing
nt 10 o'clock n. m.
Committco: Thomas Wright,
Charles Crozier and Douglas Col
lins. Tho program for tho chil
dren's spoits will appoar lntor.
1. Ono-milo bioyclo (open).
2. Ono-milo running.
3. 100-yard dash.
4. 150 yards, whoolbarrow.
5. Hiilf-milo bioycle (open).
0. 120 yards hurdle.
7. Ono - milo bioyclo (second
8. Running high jump.
J). Ono-milo bicycle (novice).
10. Throo-leggod raco.
11. Half - milo bicycle (second
12. Polo vault.
13. Putting lG-pound shot.
14 Ono-milo bicycle (tandem).
15. Half-mile run.
1G, Ilonning broad jump.
17. 410 yard foot raco.
18. Sack race.
19. Two-mile- bicycle (open to
20. Ring throwing contest.
21. 100 yards dush (for boys
under 1G years).
22. Novelty raco. Ono milo
bicycle, ono milo walking and ono
milo running; u liberal money
23.220 ynrds dash. Spooial
prize "Watch, suitably inscribed,
Excopting whoro othor prizes
will bo given, gold medals will bo
awarded to the winnors of tho
foregoing races; silver medals for
Committee: Thomas Wright,
F. Harrison, G. S. Harris, Jr., and
B. F. Beardmoro. All entries to
bo in before noon, Saturday, Juno
19th, and all ontrioa to bo made
to Thnmns Wright. G32-td
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Officii: Kulawao, Molokal, II. I.
Abstract and Business
Having been entrusted from btisl-I1L-H4
men all over the Islauds for the
pitflt yearc, I am prepared to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds in a most
thorough, accurate aiul complete man
ner,' and to negotiate Sulea or leases of
lands belonging to thoie who are re
siding at the Settlement on short no
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
miti.n or imduiht utiii:iu:i
A HaUlltiK flood rB Crnm Jnpnii
-Bark . . Hrjrant Arrlro-
Another Lumlirr Yeel.
The yacht Holeno is on tho
The Bhip Henry B Bydo arrived
at Now York, May 29, from Hono
lulu. The ship Boanoko is 1G days
out ftom Yokohama, bound for
On Juno 7 tho British stonm
ship Amarnpoora arrived nt Seat
tle from Honolulu.
Tho bark O D Bryant from
LayBon Island was sighted off
Koko Head shortly boforo noon
Tomorrow, high tide largo 5:5G
pmjhigh tide small 5:35 a m; low
tido largo a in; 10:23 low tidu biuuM
0:50 p m.
Tho bark Albort and barkontiuo
Archer Bailed from tho Coast for
this port, Juno 4, nlso schooner
Olga for Knhului, Juno G.
It is said thnt tho yacht Aggio
will como to Honolulu from San
Frnucisco soon with a party of
plensuro seekers on a cruise.
Early yostorday afternoon, tho
American ship Aryan, St Clair
mastor, mado port aftor a rattling
fiuo trip of 19 days from Japan.
Sho is to load sugnr for Now
Aftor a fair woathor voyage of
1G days from Eureka, California,
tho American threo - mahted
schooner Esther Buhno entered
port this morning with n enrgo of
rodwood lumber for Lowoib it
While boarding n steamlaunch
nt the boat-landing lato last night,
an officer of the U S S Philadel
phia made a raistep nnd foil into
tho water. Ho was safely fished
out of tho briny, being none the
worse for his involuntary bath.
Wilders' Btonmship Kinnu came
in about six o'clock this morning
with a good load of island produco
and a fine list of passengers. Fino
weather along theHawaii coast is
reported. Tho Kinau is not mak
ing very good timo now on ac
count of a foul bottom. After
next trip, she will probably go
on tho ways for a cloaning andj
Arrived at San Francisco May
30; Bktn Mary Winkolmau from
Eahului; Brig Cousuelo from Ma
hukona. May 31: Bk S O Allon
from Honolulu. Juno 2: Bktn
S N Castle from Honolulu. Jno3:
8 S Mariposa, Bktn lrmgard,from
Honolulu; Schr Mary Dodgofrom
Kahului. Juno 5: Schr Wm
Bowden from Honolulu. Juno G:
S S Coptio from Honolulu.
First officer Murray of tho bark
Mohican is a hustler. To expo
dito tho loading of sugar into his
vessel, ho has rigged tackle so that
it yanks a Bling of sugar from tho
wharf to tho deck as quickly as
one can wink or say "Jack Robin
son." Tho Mohican is taking in
about ton thousand sacks of sugnr
at Kinau wharf. Her cargo will
bo complete in a few days, when
her nose will bo pointed for tho
Tho gathoring of naval vessels
nt Spithend next month, on tho
ocension of tho Queen's jnbiloo
celebration, ia likely to surpass
any naval pageaut that has over
taken place. Of tho British navy
alone there will be 1G0 pennants,
including tho pondorous armored
battle-ships and tho graceful
swift torpedo-boats. Tho illumi
nation preparations nro being
mado on a largo scale, providing
for 170,000 incandescent lights,
for which 700,000 ynrds of wiro
From Hawnii nnd Maui, per
stmr Kinau, Juno 1G Yolcauo:
MisB Walcott, Miss L Friborg, H
M Whitney, A M Kistlor nnd
wife, D G Fnirohild, J W Winter,
W O Smith, T W llawlins, T J
Higgins, A W Dunn, A S do Ca
navarro, Mrs K McWilliam, P
Peck, W T Perry, Mrs J P Conk
loy and child, Mrs K It G Wal
lace, 11 Wallaco, 0 B Dwight, J E
Bush, A llosa, Enoch Johnson,
L A Dickey, A F Tavaros, David
K Baker, llov Fathor Loonor nnd
boy, F K Thomns, wife nnd 3
cluldron, II P Baldwin and G7
From Kauai, por slinr Kauai,'
.hum 1(1 L-' (lay, Mrs It P llo
biiiHon, MIhh K (lay nud 7 deck.
For Maui, por stmr Clnudino,
Juno 15 Mibb G Cook, MIbb
Aloxandor, Mrs Ovendon, child
nnd nurse, 11 It Borg and wifo, J
S Low, Wm T Itobinson, Mrs
Router and two children, Rov G
Egami, M T Lyons,' Miss L Coc
kott, H W Dickey, Miss Kapti,
Rov S Kapu, Miss Kaailua. S K
Kaailua, Rov Mukckau, P A Dins
and Miss Kaaloa.
For Kauai, por stmr W G
Hall, June 15 J 1) Athorton, wifo
and child, A Conradt, F Arm
strong, G R Ewart, Jr. T Wolff, S
N Huudloy, R W T Purvis, P T
PhillipH.WH Baugh.Miss Black
stad, Miss Kato Bortolmaun, F
Cartor, Miss Juliet Hartwoll, Miss
Bornico Hnrtwell, A Rice, Yeo
Chin, Mrs A S Wall, Mrs Roin
hart, Hon Ark nnd wifo.
For the Oriont, por P M S S
Peru, Juno 15 S Matsumoto, L E
McChesuoy, Dr H M Hollor and
A C Hnrrison, Jr.
Tuesdat, Juno 15.
Stmr Kucha, Pnrkcr, from Walnlua.
Am (tilp Aryan, St Cltilr, from .lupin,
Wednesday, June 10.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii mid
Stmr J A Cummtus, Senile, from O.ilm
Am elir Esther Unlinc, Amlorton, from
Atn bk C I) liryant, Colly, from Lnyton
Wedm:si)av. Juno 10.
Stmr Hclenc, Freeman, for Hawaii.
Br lik Helen Denny, Smltli, for I'ugot
Stmr Kaenn, Parker, for Walalua ports.
Stmr WnUlcnlc, Gregory, for Makawcll,
Schr Lukn lor Han all.
CARGOES FltOM ISLAND TOUTS.
Ex stmr Kinau 1U.055 baza stgar, VM bags
potatoes, 50 bags corn, 111 bides, 07 pigs,
SU eg soap, 210 pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Kaena 511 bags paddy, 50 bags
Ex stmr J A Cummins 770 bags rice, 400
Ex stmr Kauai C052 bagB sugar.
VESSELS IN TOUT.
U 8 S Marlon. Hook, San Diego, March 13.
UBS Philadelphia, Cotton, San Diego, April
11 1 J M S Naulwa Kau, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship Rtuper. Young, Nowcr.stlo, May
Uktn Enscnada, Toyes. Newcastle. May 13.
Am ship Louisiana, Halcrow, Newcastle,
Am ship A J Fuller, .Matthews, Nagasaki,
Am bk Mohican, Saunders, S F, June 0,
Am sell Robert Seailes, Plllz, Newcastle,
Am bktn Kllkltal, Cutler, Port Gamble,
Am schr Louis, Hatch, Nun castle, June IS.
Am schr Esther lluline, Audersou, Lureka,
Am bk C D Dryant, Colly, Layson Island,
Am ship Aryan, St Clair, Japan, Juno 15.
FOUEION VF8SELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trom Duo
Schr Novelty Newcastle
Haw bk Iolanl New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuauu New York
Grsblp II F Glade,.... llremen July SI
Ilk Color.ido Newcastle!
Ilk Mnunn Ala Newcastle
llktn O CFunk Newcastle ,
Ilk Chas 11 Kenny. ..Newcastle
Ilk Palmyra Pt Gamble
S 3 Aornngl Vancouver June 10
S S Gaelic Yokohama Juua'JO
S.S Australia SF June L' J
S 8 Mimna 8 j dney June 21
8 8 VYarrlmoo Sydney June 21
S S City of Peking. Yokohama Junoy'J
Am bk Edward itay.. New York
Haw bk Diamond IIcnd....l'rt Gamble. .Due
ltal hk Gluscppl SF
AmbkAlden Uessc 6 F
Am bk Albert SF
Now suitings and pantB pattorns
aro arriving by every mail steam
er for L. P. Korr. Ho Bella a siuglo
yard at wholesale priceB.
Torchon and Valoucionnes laces
aro still in groat domand. L. B.
Kerr line a choice lot, which ho is
selling at lowest possible rates.
It's ono thing to tako nn ordor
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits have always been known
to givo satisfaction and now that
they havo reduced their prices bo
low, an oxtra inducomout is offer
ed. Seo what thoy havo beforo
Our work is bettor nnd our
pricos aro lower for enlarged
portrait work than anyone elso'a.
Wo aro not making much at it,
but don't lot that worry yovu If
you havo anything in this liilo to
bo dono soo our samples first,
and you won't regret it. King
Bros., 110 Hotol stroot.
1770 THE GLORIOUS 4th 18D7
Largest and Most - -
- - Varied Stock
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
.TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
American and Hawaiian
B'roui 6 to 25 Feet
American and Hawaiian Shieids.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribboms,
American (Now Style) Button-hole Buttons,
ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND FRESH.
American and Hawaiian Silk Flags,
American and Hawaiian Printed Flags,
Decoration Bunting, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Will bo sold at the lowest cash prico.
EKi? Assorted Cases of Fire Works for parties: 7.50, $10,
15, $20 and $25.
g3? Island orders solicited and promptly filled.
8. W. LEDEKEB
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P. O. Box 430.
1894 Hurrah for the Republio of Hawaii 1897
EVERY - MM - ifES - DWN - HORSE - DDCTDR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
FOH THE CURB OF DISEASES OF
Soress, Cattle, Sheep, D?g3, Swl&e, and Poultry.
Tho Mairelons Mr Hemerty which provunta
FOR SALE BY
Solo Agent, Honolulu.
RT Nont pamphlet lree.'on implication. P. O. Box 292, Telephone 20.
HoNOLnLD, April 21, 1690.
Mr. O. W. JlACFAULANEi It affords me pleasure to recommend, to any ono whoso hair
ia fulling out, the use of l)t. POlTUVsi It Allt OIL. My hair was comlnc ont at suob
nrato as led me to believe that I would Boon boeomo bald. Aftor using tho oil (ornve weeks
this ceased entiroly; nono whatever U now falling out. I cousidor it the best and only
worthy remedy for this troublo and also recommend it us n stimulant to now growth.
605-tf Yours truly, J.B.DANIELS.
I. X. L
I Comer Klnp nnd Nniv
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