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EVENING BULLETIN, JDNE 24, 1897.
SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
On Wednesday, July 28, 1897,
at 12 o'clock uoou, at tbo front
entrance of tho Exccutivo Build
ing, Honolulu, will bo sold at
Public Auction, tbo Hawaiian
Hotel Promises at Honolulu.
Tbeso premises aro centrally
located in tbo city, in tbo contro
of tbo block bounded by and witb
entrance drives from Hotel,
Richards, Boretanm and Alakea
streets, and tho grounds coutaiu
an area of 1 7-10 acres.
Tbo Buildings consist of tbo
Hotol proper of two stories and
bosomout; built of biick and con
crete with broad verandas at front
and rear of oacb story.
Tbo Main Building covers an
aroa of 10,800 sq. feet with Lauai
or wing addition on ono sido,
40x21 feet, and wooden addition
on opposite wing for Kitchen,
There aro also Four Cottages
on tho premises with ample pro
vision for Imth rooms and closets.
'lno Mnin Building contains a
Bpacions Pallor, Public and Pri
vate Dining Booms, Largo Bil
liard Hall and Bar Boom, 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
tow oi at an eltnntion suilicient to
give a good water prosfcuro in
second story of tho Main Build
ing. This tank is supplied from
an Aitesiau well on adjoining
promises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow. The buildings and grouuds aro
thoroughly lighted witb Electric
Plans of tbo Buildings and
grounds can bo seen at tho ofllco
of tho Miuister of tho Iutorior.
Terras of Sale tiro Cash iu
United States Gold coin.
Upset price: SG0.000.00.
In caso there is no bidder to
purchase tho property at tho above
upsot prico, a lease of tho samo
will immediately bo offered for
salo at an upsot prico of $4000 a
year for a period of thirty years
nndor tho conditions set out in
Act 7, Laws ot 1890 and moro
particularly of Sections 2 and 4 of
said Act which roadB as follows:
"Section 2. Every such lease
shall contain a covenant on tho
part of the lesseo that ho shall,
during the first four years of tho
term of the lease, cause to bo
erected upon the leased premises
a lire proof building of Brick,
Stone or Metal, iu a workmanlike
manner, satisfactory to tho Min
ister of tho Interior at not loss
than a stated cost; and
keep the same suitably in
sured at not less than two
thirds of its value for the benefit
of the lessor; and shall keep tho
building in good repair during
tho romainder of tbo teim of lease,
reasouablo use and wcai tbeieof
only excepted;, aud iu case of
damage or. destruction of such
building by fire, shall mnko good
such loss or damage by tho neces
sary repairs or reconstruction or
olso bui render the immianco to the
"Section 4. Every such leaso
shall also contain a covenant on tho
part of the le&Hor, that upon tho
request iu writing by tho io3seoor
bis representatives, before tho ex
piration thereof, tho premises with
tho improvement, shall, if all of
tbo conditions to bo porf owned by
tbo lessee havo been satisfactorily
performed, be put up at auction
for a loase for a term of not over
twonty years; unions said piomises
shnll be requited for public uses,
of which tbo lessee shall receive
at least ono year's notice. Such
auction sale shall be held not
moro than six mouths nor less
than ono month before the epila
tion of said term."
Tho cost of building to bo
eroded iu accordance with Sec
tion 2 as above quoted, is placed
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office Maicb 27, 1897.
Ddri't bo porsuaded to accept
what is not really good in en
larged portraits, just because you
bavo given an order for ouo.
King Bros, will givo you some
thing infinitely hotter ntfd cheap
er than you can get auywhoro else
in town. "
To Coffee Planters
ALEXANDER GARVIE has opened an
Ofllco in London, England, at 16 Henrietta
street, opposlto Bedford stroot, W. O., and
is prepared to receive consignment of
COFFEE and other produce, and obtain the
very best market prices for samo.
A, O. Una had six years' experience In
tho Cofleo trade in England and Scotland,
and knows tho London market thoroughly.
A. Q. is also prepared to act as agent
and buyer for all coiniriodities suitable for
tho Hawaiian markot.
Samples of now goods will bo sent out
immediately on being put on tho London
A, G. was over live years in business in
tho islands first in tho banking establish
ment of Bishop 4 Co., anil latterly with
tho Uawaiian Sugar Co.
N. I). For further information, apply to
tho aboe address, or to Itobt. U.ittou, or
W. II. Pain, Honolulu. 633 3m
Iutho Circuit Court of ,.
tho First Circuit, Hawaii- STAM1 s
an Islands. Ju tries J. Byrne vs. John
Allen, H. Alien ami other, at Cham
bers. Tho Republic of Hawaii: To
the Manual or tho Huwuilmi Islands,
or liU Deputy, Greetiug: You are
herehy commanded to Hiimmoii John
Alloii, Hfury Allen, Henry Rhodes,
W. II. Lambert, A. Fk, B. F. Dll
Hliglmru and Oaliu Railroad & Laud
Co. to appear ten daja alter service
hereof, If they reside on the Inland of
0'ilui, otherwise twenty days ufter
t-ervb'o beforosuHi Ju tgo ofthoC'ir
cult Court of the First Ciictiit as hIihII
lie sluing t Clumbers Iu tho Court
Room, ut Honolulu. In the Judlclurv
Building, lounswtr the aunexid bill
of Juiiiea J. Byrne. And you ure fur
ther comiuunded, by order of the Hon.
A. V. Curtei, 1st Judge of the Circuit
Court of tho litt Circuit, that process
be served upou W. A. Klliney, Esq ,
for unci on behalf of A. Feek aud Unit
u temporary Injunction issue as prayed
for ugulust the Oiliu Railroad & Laud
Company, A. Feek, his Attorneys,
Agents and Factors, and have you
theu there this. Writ, with your re
i spi Witness the First Judge
1 btAI'of the Circuit Couttof the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 27th
Uuy of July, 1698.
(Slg) GEORGE LUCA8,
? 11G0, Civil Code. The time with
Iu which au net is to be done,
thai I be computed by excluding the
first day and including tho last. If
the lust day be Sunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the original summons In said
cause, and that said Court ordered that
service he made upon said non-resident
defendant, A. Feek, by publica
tion of the samo and contluuauce of
said cause until the 28th day of June,
1897, at 10 o'clock iu the forenoou.
Honolulu, H. I., March 19, 1897.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Flrt Circuit ot tho Huwallau Islands.
Iu Piobato. Iu thii matter of tho Es
tate of ACHEW, lato of Wailuku,
Maul, deceased. The petition and uo
counts of tho Administrator of the
E-tiUo of cald deceased, wherein ho
arks thiit his accounts be examined
mid approved, and I hut a Hual order
be made of distribution of tho pro
perty remaining iu his hands to the
persons thereto entitled, and discharg
ing him from all further responsibi
lity as Fucb Administrator. It Is or
dered that Monday, the 19th day of
July, A. D. 1897, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
ClmiiibeK, In ttiH Court House, at
Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
apioioted as tho time and place for
hearing mid petition and accounts,
and that all persons Interested may
theu anil there appear and show
C'uo, If any they have, why the same
should uot bo granted.
By the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Honolulu, June 17, 1897. C37-3t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT F1KST Gilt
cult of the Hawaiian Islands, in Probate. In
the matter of the Estate of Joliu Kennedy,
lato of Honolulu, Oahij, deceasod, intes
tate Petition having beon liled by George
Andrews, a friend of wild iutestate, prn
lug that letters of Administration upon said
ostute be irsuod to fleorge Andrews, notice
1 herohy given that Monday, the 19th day
of July, .D. 18U7, at 10 o'tlook a.m.,
ia tho Judiciary lit ilding, Honolulu, is
appointed the time and jilacofor healing
said petition, when and whoro all persons
concerned may appear and sliow cniiRe, if
any they havo, why baid Petition should
not he granted.
By the Court.
GEORQE LUCAS, Clerk.
Honolulu, Jnuo 17, 1B97, 037-3t
THE - BOW - TON
Ice Cream Parlors,
Hotel and Union Streets.
"Log Cabin" and "Salt Water" Taffy
lloston Coooanut Cako,
Original French Hobs,
Ice Cream. Iced Sojas.
Hires' Hoot Hetr,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
G-. MILLER, Manager.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
A TEKV IIUSV HAY ALONG THE
Wnrrlmoo nnd Aornnul Arrlre
Today About tUo RIoMiit Olhor
Items of Interest.
Tho Warrimoo sails at 5 p m.
The Warrimoo has 54 through
fiassongors, but nono for Hono
ulu. Tomorrow, high title largo 1:40
p id; high tide Bmall 1:55 p m; low
tido largo 5:20 am; low Hue small
8:45 p m.
The 8 S Aorangi will como in
to Pacific Mail wharf this ovoning
after tho doparturo of tho S S
The Hawaiian bark Iolaui,
from Now York, arrived yestor
day with a gonoral cargo. 0
Brower & Go aro tho agents.
Tho S S Aorangi, which wns
sovoral days overdue, arrived off
port this forenoon. Tho cuuso of
her delay was tho breaking down
of machinery. Passengers and
baggago woro brought ashore in
tho tug Eton about ono o'clock.,
S. N. Moulin.
Tho Union Steamship Co'b S S
Moana, which takes tho Mono
wai'a place on tho A & A lino,
tied up at Ocoanio dock yesterday,
about noon. She departed for
San Francisco shortly after 8 p m.
The Moana is a modern, up to
date vessel, of about 4000 tons,,
witn a speed ot 1Y knots. Having
all tho latest improvements and
conveniences, tho Moana should
be n favonto boat with travelers.
Better accommodations for both
first and second class passengers
could hardly be desirod. Captain
M Carey, formerly of tho Mono
wai, is commaudor of the new
craft. Purser Bendall is aboard,
and is just asobliging and pleasant
aB over. Qood luck for tho ship
Milp Hurtled at Son.
Eurthor details of tho loss of
the British ship Buckhurst by firo
at sea wore received by tho steam
er City of Para. It was this
steamer that picked up some of
the boats of the lost vessel and
landed the survivors at Punta
Arenas. Nothing further baa
beon heard of the two missing
boats, which contained seventeen
men. Tho Buckhurst loft New
castle, N S W, February 2 with a
cargo of coal for Panama. On
April 3 tho cargo wos found to bo
on fire, and ton days later tho crow
was compollod to take to boats
aftor a long fight with tho fire in
the hold of tho ship. Tho mon in
the boats started for Cocos inland,
470 miles distant. Three boats
reached tho island, but tho two
containing sovoutoen mon havo
not beon hoard from siuco, having
separated from tho others ono
night. The only hopo that they
aro alive is that they wero picked
up by some vessol that has not yet
ariivodatits port of destination.
Tho men who reached Cocos isl
and stayed thero twonty days
when, not having seen a sail and
provisions running short, it was
decided to start for Panama.
After torriblo buffering in tho
open boats the City of Para was
Bightod on May 2 100 miles off
the coast of Nicaragua and tho
twenty ono mon woro saved. Thoy
wero aftorward bent to New York
by tho British Consul. S F
H. s. Wurrliiitxi.
Purser F E Bellmaino reports
Tho It M S Warrimoo, 1897
tons, Chas Wra Hay commaudor,
loft Sydney at 5 p ra, June 10; had
fresh winds and modorato seas to
Huntor's Island, which was pass
ed at 9:45 p ra, Juno 14. From
thence light winds to Suva whero
anchorage was reached nt 8 am,
June 16. Departure was made
from Suva 1pm samo dato;
cleared tho group at 2:30 a m
following day, and paseod Alofa
Island at 2:30 samo aftornoon.
Crossed the equntor at 4 p m,
Juno 19, and arrived off Honolulu
at 4:30 a m, Juno 21. Experienc
ed from Suva light S E trades
to arrival as nbovo.
Juno 22, the GOth anniversary of
tho Roign of Her Majesty Queen
Victoria, was kept up in festive
style. A largo and varied pro
gramme of athletic Bporta was
held during tho day, and compet
ed for by all classes. At 12 noon
tho passengers and officers mot in
tho Social Hull on the Captain's
invitation, and celebrated tho oc
casion in fitting stylo, aud at 8
p ra all tho crew and paBsongors
adjourned to the Music Saloon,
and joined heartily in singing tho
"National Anthem.'' Tho day'a
amusement terminated in a con
cert in the saloon at which a good
programme was successfully gono
On tha evening of tho 23rd a
variety ontortaiuraont was given
by the stewards, and wsb thorough
ly appreciated by tho passencors.
From tho Colonies, por S S
Moana, June 23 Mrs A H Bryant
aud Miss Bryant, Mrs H F Lowis,
child and nursn, Mibb J Doble,
and 4 in tho steerage.
From Vancouver nnd Victoria,
per S S Aorangi, Juno 24 Mrs
Wallace aud child, Nellie Shaw,
Mr Holdsworth, wifo and child.
For San Francisco, por 8 8
Moaua, Juno 23 It Hnlstead,
wife and daughter, A M Kestlor
and wifo, A Michalsticko and
daughter, W Dillinghnm, H
Dillingham, Dr J M Whitney,
Mrs Lydia Davis and child, S F
Mumford, ltev A V Soaros and
sou, MisB E P Judd, H Laws nnd
wifo, Miss E Holmes, Mrs R W T
Purvis aud (cui!d, A F Church
and wife, I Upham and son and
24 iu steerage.
For Vnucouver, por S 8 Warri
moo, June 24 Lady Hampden,
Hon G Brand, Hon Miss Braud,
Hon G Gathoruo Hardy, Mr and
Mrs Liughnm, A F Tutton, 0 H
Tutton, Miss Hush, F A Griffiths,
G Somewnille, W S Bates, Miss
M Bates, Mrs Bates, Scott,
Gooduch, Burmastor, H Mc
Arthur, Teagher, Wood, Mr and
Mrs White, Mastor and Miss
Whito, Mrs H Priugle, Mr and
Mrs Hurley, Dr Evans, Dr nnd
Mrs Wnmor, Stewart Ewing,
Davidson, J Miles, H O Thomas,
Sato, Jenson, O Lund, Bounsfell,
Eaton, Frosor, H Kuuisse, Paul
Jamiosou, A Grant, H Young, W
Morrison, J A Higgins, H Mar
quaratt, J J Brown, G Wittiors, T
Davidson, Graber, Ohambrand,
Fothorgill, J MoLood.
Wednesday, Juno 23.
Haw bk lolnnl, McClurc.from New York.
8 S Moana, Carey, lrora tho Colonics.
Stmr Hcleno, Freeman, lrom Hawaii ports.
Htmr James Makec, Tullctt, from Kauai.
Itttl bk Giuseppe, Felaccaluzor, from
Tuuksdat, June 21.
Schr Mol Walilne, from Paaullo.
S S Warrimoo, Hay, from the Colonies.
8 R Aornni;!, Hepwortli, from Vancouver
WEnNrsDAT, Juno 23.
8 S Moana, Carey, lor Ban Francisco.
Tuuksdat, June 24.
Am schr Esther Buhne, Anderson, for
Am schr Robert Bcarles, Flltz, for Fugct
8 8 Warrimoo, Hay, for Vancouver and
Stmr Kacna, Farkcr, for Walalua.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUtOW.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmersoa, for Maul and
OAUaOES FKOM ISLAND POUTS.
E stmr James Makco-2550 bas sugar,
IOtl liaa rice.
Ex schr Molwalilnc 2100 bags sugar.
Ex stmr Hclenc llUO bags sugar.
VESSELS IN POUT.
USSMarion. Hook, San Diego, March 13.
U 8 3 rtilladclplda, Cotton, San Diego, April
HUMS Naulwa Kan, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship Louslana, Halcrow, Newcastle,
Am ship A J Fuller, Matthews, Nagasaki,
Am bktn KUkltal, Cutler, Fort Gamble,
Am schr Louis, Hateh, Newcastle, June 13.
Am bk C D Bryant, Colly, Layson Island,
Am ship Aryan, St Clair, Japan, June 15.
Am bktn Archer, Calhoun, 8 F, Juno 17.
Am bk Albert, (Jrlllllhs, 8 F, Juno 17,
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, Newcastle,
Haw bk Diamond Head, Ward, Fuget
Sound, Juno 91.
Am bk I'alinjra, Keller, Fuget Sound,
Am schr C A Thajer, LllyiiulBt, Fugct
Sound, Juno 21.
Am bk Clias B Kenny, Audcrson, New
castle. Juno 21.
S 8 Australia, Houdlcttc, San Francisco,
Am bk Colorado. Mohne, Ncwcastlo,June 23,
Haw bk Iolanl, MtClure, New York. June 23
Ital bk Giuseppe, Felacealuror, 8 F, June 23,
Subcoribo for the Evening Bul
letin 75 oe'nta per month.
1776 THE G-LORIOUS 4th 1897 (
Largest and Most - -
- - Varied Stock
THE G-LORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
Pt Jf ft
American and Hawaiian
EYoin 6 to 25 Feet
American and Hawaiian Shields.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbons,
American (New Stylo) Buttoiuholo 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.
EEP Assorted Coses of Firo Works for parties: $7.50, S10
815, $20 and $25.
tZP' Island ordere solicited and promptly filied.
8. W. LEDERER,
1894 Hurrah for the Republio of Hawaii 1897
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Office: Kalawao, Molokal, II. I.
Abstraot and Business
Having been entrusted from busi
ness mon all over the Inlands fur the
past years, I am prepared to make
Abstracts ot Titles or Deeds in a most
thorough, accurate aud complete niun
ner, aud to negotiate sales or leases of
lands belonging to thene who are re
uidlug at tho Settlement on short no
Neat Cottage and grounds on Nuonnn
near Kukui street, only two mlnutoti walk
lrom tho bualnoss portion oi the city.
GOl-tf A. Y. GEAlt & CO,
I. X. L
I Corner Kino, and Nnn
Corner King and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, Scbmeflen, Proprietress,
Rooms Eusulto and Rlhglo, with
Board, from $5 50 per week, according
to requirements o( the guests.
The only Roof Promenade Garden
in the city. GE J. OAVENAGH,
Telephone 654. ; : ; Manager.
t If you aro interested in tho sub
jeot of oulargod portraits, it would
bo worth your while to boo tho
samples at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to 810.00
f rumes nnd all. Thoy can't bo beat.
'Boforo giving your ordor for a
portrait, boo what King Bros,
bavo to show in crayon enlarco-
mentB and judge for yourself
whothor thoy can givo you tho
boat value for your money or
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