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EVENING BULLETIN, JDNE 25, 1897.
SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Ou Wednesday, w.j -3, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tlio frout
entrance of Hie Exccutivo Build
ing, Houolulu; will bo sold nt
Public Auction, tho Ilnwaiian
Hotel Promises at Honolulu.
Tucao premises are centrally
located in tho city, in tho coutro
of tho block bounded by and with
entrance drives from Hotel,
llichards, Bvrctnnin and Alakea
streets, and tho grounds contain
an area of 1 7-10 acres.
Tho Buildings consist of tho
Hotel proper of two stories and
basement; built of brick and con
crete with broad voraudas at frout
and rear of each story.
Tho Main Building covors an
area of 10,800 bii. feet with Lauai
or wing addition ou ouo side,
40x24 feet, and woodon addition
on opposito wing for Kitchon,
There aro idso Pour Cottages
on the premises with ample pro
vision for bath rooms and closets.
'lno Main Building contains a
spacious Phi lor, Public and Pri
vato Diuiug Booms, Largo Bil
liard Hull 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 gulloiiH ia plnceil on a
tower at an elevation suflicient to
give a good wutor pressure in
second story of tho Main Build
ing. This tank is supplied from
an Artesian well on adjoining
promises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grew. Tho buildings and grounds are
thoroughly lighted with Electric
Plans of the Buildings and
grounds can be seen at tho offico"
of tho Minister of tho lutorior.
Terms of Salo aro Cash in
United States Gold coin.
Upset price: 800,000.00.
In case there is no biddor to
purchase tho property at tho above
upsot price, a luaso ot tho samo
will immediately bo offorod for
salo at an upsot prico of $4000 a
year for a poriod of thirty years
under the conditions set out in
Act 7, Laws of 189G and more
particularly of Sections 2 and 4 of
said Act which loads as follows:
"Section 2. Every such lease
shall contain a covenant on tho
part of tho leBsee that ho shall,
during the first four years of the
term of the lease, cause to bo
erected upon the leased premises
a lire proof building of Brick,
Stono or Mcf'i', "n a workmanlike
manner, satibUOKiiy to tho Min
ister of tho Interior at not loss
than a stated cost; and
keep tho buino suitably in
surod at not less than two
thirds of Hh value for tho benefit
of the lessor; and blmll keop tho
building in good repair during
tho romainder of the teim of lease,
reasonablo use and wear thereof
only excepted; and in case of
damage or destruction of such
building by fire, bhall mako good
such loss or daiuago by tho neces
sary ropaiis or reconstruction or
else surreudor tiiu iiisurauco to the
"Section 4. Every such lease
shall also contain a covenant on the
part oE the l.'-or, that upon tho
request in wilting by tho losseoor
his representatives, beforo tho ex
piration thoroof, tho premises with
the improvements, shall, if all of
tho conditions to bo poi formed by
tho lessee hav been satisfactorily
performed, to put up at auction
for a lease for a term of not over
twenty yeais; uulesG said premises
shall l)p required for public uses,
of which tho leasee shall receive
at least ono year's notice. Such
auction sale shall bo hold not
more than hix mouths nor less
than one month beforo tho expira
tion of said term."
'Tho cost of building to bo
orocted in accordauco with Sec
tion 2 as abovu quoted, is placed
J, A. KING.
Minister of the Interior.
Iuterior Oflico, March 27, 1897.
Don't bo pordiiadod to accept
what is not roally good in on
largod portraits, just becauso you
havo given an order for ono.
King Bros, will givo you somo
thing infinitely hotter and cheap
or than you can got auywhoro olso
To Caffoo Hunters
ALEXANDER OA11VIE 1ms opened nu
Oftlco iu Louilou, Englnml, nt 10 Henrietta
1 street, opposito Hertford street, V, 0., nnrt
is prepared to rcccivo consignments of
COKI'EU tmd other produce, nnd obtniu tho
very best market prices for samo.
A. Q. hag had six years' eipencnce in
the Coll'eo trntlo in England nnd Scotland,
and knows tho Loudon innrket thoroughly.
A. Q. it nlso prepared to net ns agent
nnd buyer for nil commodities suitablo for
tho Hawaiian market.
Sample of now goods wlllbosont ont
Immediately on being put on tho Loudon
A, O. was oer livo years iu business In
tho islands first iu tho banking establish
ment of Dishop A Co., nnd latterly with
tho Uawaiian Sugar Co.
N. B. For further information, npply to
tho nbovo nddrcss, or to ltobt. Catton, or
W. II. l'niu, Honolulu. 633 3ra
Iu the Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit. Hawaii
nn Islands. James J. By mo vs. John
Allen, H. Allen anil others, nt Chum
barn. Tho Republic of Hawaii: To
the Marshal ot tiiu Hawaiian Islnnds,
or his Deputy, Greeting: You nro
hereby coiiimiiuilcil to ftumnmn John
Allen, Henry Allen, Henry Ilhodpfi,
V. H. Lambert, A. Feck, 1$. F. Dil
lingham und Oahu Rnlltoail & Lund
Co. to appear tun days utter tervlco
hereof, If t hoy reside on the Island of
Oalm, otherwise twnnty duyH after
tervlee, before such JiHge ofthoClr
cult Court of the First Circuit us shall
he sitting nt Chambers In the Court
Roam, nt Honolulu, in the Juillotiiry
Ihilldiug, to answer the annexed lull
ol James J. Hyrne. And you are lur
ther commanded, by order of the Hon.
A. V, Carter, 1st Juilue of the Circuit
Court of tho 1st Circuit, that process
no orrvru upun v. n. iviuuey, Ji.sq ,
for and on behalf of A. Feek and that
n temporary injunction Issue as prayed
for against the O ihu Railroad &. Lmd
Company, A. Feek, his Attorneys,
Agents nnd Factors, and have you
then thcro this Writ, with your re
J hi'at Witness the First Judge
1 ahAIjof tho Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit, nt Honolulu, this 27tn
day of July, 1S90.
(Sig) GEORGE LUCAS,
I 1100, Civil Code. Tho time with
in which an act Is to be done,
shall bo computed by excluding the
tlrst day and Including the last. I(
the lust day be Sunday, it shall be
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of tho original summons In said
cause, and that said Court ordered that
servlco bo made uion said nou-resident
defendant, A. Feek, by. publica
tion of the same anil continuance of
said cause until the 28th day of June,
1697, nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
Honolulu, H. I., March 10, 1897.
J. A. THOMPSON,
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT OP THE
First Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands.
In Probate. In the matter of the Es
tate of ACHEW, late of Wulluku,
Maul, deceased. The petition and ac
counts of tho Administrator of the
Itiite of euid deceased, wherein lie
ti"ks that his account be examined
uud approved, and that a lluul order
be inmlo of distribution of tho pro
perty retnululng iu his hands to tho
persons thereto entitled, and discharg
ing him from all further responsibi
lity as such Administrator. It Is or
dered that Monday, the 19th day of
July, A. D. lo97, at 10 o'clock a. m at
Chambers, In the Court House, at
Honolulu, be uud the same hereby is
upioilitcd us the timo uud place for
lierwlni; enld petition nnd ttci'ouiits,
and that ull perrons Interested may
then and there uppear und show
cause, if uny they have, why the sumo
should not be granted,
Hy the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Honolulu, Juuo 17, 1S97. G37-3t
IN THE ClltOUir COU11T F1I1ST CIIl
uiit of tho Uawaiiuu Islands, In Probata Iu
tho matter of tho Estnto of John Kouuody,
latu of Houolulu, Oahu, deceased, iutos.
tuto. lVtitiou haitig been filed by Geoigo
Andrews, a Irknd of bald iutostato, pray
iuR that letters orAdminMintiou upon said
estutu ba ipsned to Ooorgo Andrews, notice
I hereby givnti that Monday, the 10th day
of July, A. 1). 1597, nt 10 o'clouk n. m.,
In the Judiciary Hi lldlitg, Honolulu, Is
appointed the time nnd place for hoarlug
said petition, when aud wkeio nil persons
concerned may appear nnd how cniihe, if
any they have, why said I'etitiou should
not bo grouted.
ISy tho Court:
UEOItGE LUOAS, Clerk.
Honolulu, Juuo 17, 1897. 637-3t
AN INVOICE OF ,
Dry and Extra Dry fa
In pints and fjuurls, Just to hand
In exeellf nt condition, direct from
FREMINEf & FILS. For sulo
at low rates hy , , .
GONSALVES & CO.,
0 0-liu (Jueon Street.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
VAimti; noun t'nojf mi: iiak
Iu I'ort Schooner Trnnult
from Hnn FrnncUco-
Pmacnsr Inwnrd uud outward.
Tho Italian bark Giussoppo bo
gins taking sugar this afternoon.
Tho steamer Mikahala is on tho
Marino llailway for au overhaul
ing. Tho Mauna Loa sails at 3 p m
for tho usual ports on Maui and
Tho Amorioan ship A J Fnllor
is roatly for sea. Sho takes Btigar
to Now York.
Tho ship Louisiana has nbout
finished discharging coal, nnd is
taking rock ballast.
Tho four-masted sohoonor Tran
sit arrived lato yesterday, about
13 days from San Francisco.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:18
yj i mjhigh tide small .... a in; low
tido large 5:55 am; lowtidu small
9:33 p m.
Tho steamer Ilolcno is ou tho
boards to leavo at ! p m ou Mon
day for Olowalu, Mahukoun, Pa
auhau and Ookala.
. This morning tho Hawaiiau
bark Iolaui began unloading at
Brewer's wharf. Sho brought
12,000 cases of oil for this city be
sides general morchnndiso. There
aro 75,000 cases of oil for Hong
kong. The O A S S Aoruugi eutored
the harbor last night after tho de
parture of tho AVarrimoo. The
euginoors havo been working ou
her maohiucry sinco her arrival,
trying to got them iu hotter work
ing condition. She is advertised
to sail at 8 p m, but it is doubtful
that sho will be oil' at that time.
From Kauai, per stmr Kauai,
Juno 210 13 Hofgaard, T
Phillips, Miss Soper, aud -1 deck.
From Hawaii, per stmr Kenu
hou, Juuo 25 Miss Groonfiold
aud 5 deck.
From Vancouver and Victoria,
por O A S S Aorangi, Juno 24
Mrs Wallace and child, Miss
Nellie Shaw, Mi aud Mrs Holds
worth aud child.
For Vancouver aud Victoria,
por O A S S Warriraoo, Juno 21
ltov Alex Mackintosh, F Kohlor,
WWZolIor, MrflA M Thomas,
Dwiunn P Hanuess, G A Davis.
Tiiuuspay, June St.
Stmr Knunl, Ilrulin, fiom Kauai.
Stmr Knnla. Mnalicr, from Unliu ports.
Am sclir Trani-lt, JorKenscn, from San
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, from Knunl.
8tmr Wulukalc, Gregory, Irom Kauai
Stmr Mauna Lon, Slmursou, for .Maul and
J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
MaKec, Tullett, for Knpia.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOMtOW.
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for llonokaa
OAItGOEH F110M ISLAND POI1TH.
Ex Btmr Claudlnc (HOO bni;a iiujar, 150
bn-s potatoes, H Imjjs com, III ho;;, Bl
hides, 1UIJ pKs suiulilcs. .
Ei stmr Kaala VX bags rice, 01 bigs
Ei! etmr Kauai 2533 bans sugar, 145 bags
Ex stmr Kcauhou 3210 bans sugar.
Ei stmr Walnlcalc alio bags Piuldj, ISO
ANDItAI)E-ln Ilonoliilu, June !
wife of Manuel AmliaJc, aeon.
FOIUIION VESSELS EXPEOTED.
Vctpcla Uliere Irom t)u
Sclir Novelty Ncucastlo
llaw bl: Iolanl New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuanu New Vorl;
Grsliln II FGIaao,,,..llrunien July 31
Ilk Colorado Newcastle
Uktu O C Funk Newcastle
88 Australia 8F Iune2S
8 S City of Peking. Yokohama Juno U'J
Am bk Eilar(lMay,.New York
Am bk Alden licsse H F
Am eclir O A Tliajc,r...Hraj's Harbor,.., Duo
Am ship Mary I.L'ushlug lapau
Am ship Coinmoiloie 8K
Am slilji Kuuuoke Japan Due
Tin: iioAitit oi' nr.Ai.rii.
Coft)iitC(Z from Jst lujc.
sons receiving opium from him
had divided with others and in
those cases ho had promptly cut
them off tho lint.
Dr. Wood said ho had always
beon opposed to giving out opium
in this way. If it was given to
one, it should be to- all aud tho
government should go into tho
business in a wholesale way. Ho
thought tho best thing to do was
to stop giving it altogether. If it
was necessary to save lifo, lot tho
patients got it from their physi
cians. Dr. Howard said that somo of
his customers would not last threo
days if their supply was cut off.
Tho mattor was passed without
definite action, except that tho
opium is to bo kept by Agout
ltcynolds aud given out to tho dis
pensary as required.
Dr. Howard then asked for six
weeks hwuefoabsonco and suggest
ed Dr. Myers as his substitute.
Dr. Howard then wilhdrow, but
a few minutes later telephoned
tho Attorney-General requesting
thut tho matter be kept out of tho
papers. That official 'requested
the reporters to use discretion iu
making their report.
Bids for furnishing supplies for
tho Board for tho uext six months
wero opened nnd partially read.
They wore so numerous that they
wero roferred to tho clerk nnd
oxecutivo otlicor for classification.
Tho awards will be mado nt a
Hpecial meolitiR of tho Board to
bo hold on Saturday morning at
A communication from n pro
miuont citizen asked if there was
any law to provont burials on the
uext kuleaua to his residence
The Attorney-Gonoral said not.
Tho place was outside Houolulu
and regulations in regard to
burials applied only to this dis
trict. Anybody could bo buried
nnywhoro in tho rest of tho isl
ands. A rneniuer, sotto vooo, "it won't
bo so nftor annexation."
Tho Board then adjourned.
Premier Seililon InnUli that the
Servlco bo Hliorleued Five llnjH-
London, Juuo 2. Mr. It. J.
Soddon, tho New Zealand Pre
mier, had an interview yesterday
with Mr. James Huddart, manag
ing director of tho Canadian-Australian
mail lino botwoou Van
couver aud Sydney, via Welling
ton. Mr. Seddon insisted that tho
sorvico should hoshortonod by five
Mr. II mid i rt pointed out that
in older to shorten the sorvice an
additional subsidy would bo re
quired. Mr. Seddon, in reply, appeared
inclined to concur with tho pro
pos.il. Ho intoudod to press tho
Now Zouhuid Trcusury to subsidiso
tho conveynnco of the colony's
muils to the United Kingdom.
On June 22nd slavery is to cease
iu all tho semi-indopondout stutes
which acknowledge British con
trol. A fitting memorial this of a
reign which has been character
ized by tho expansion of tho true
principles of individual liberty.
Notlueil is hereby given that tho
lliiilertjlgneil J. Alfred Mugoon lias dis
trained and levied upon tho following
uooils mid i-lmttole, tho property of Ah
Kill, for rent duo hy the tuld Ah Kul
to the 8uid J. Alfred Muoon uud in
arreur to the amount of One Hundred
uud Fifty-lour Dollars for rent, of cer
tain premises on King Street, Hono
lulu, to wit:
Canned salmon, oysters, sardines,
herrings, assortod fruits and vegeta
bles, linking powder, ten, rice, currie
powder, mustard, tumblers, dishes,
tea p-its, bowls, plate", lumps, tin cupd,
cooking utensils, shlits, ties, suspend
ers, under shirts, socks, stock! nys,
cull'-', collars, shoes, gloves, ribbons 45
plt-ce-, woolen, cotton and linen cloth,
shawls, rea lymtule clothing, comfort
ers, elmlrs, nulls, brushes, gunpowder,
tiro works, curry combs, etc., consti
tuting the stock iu trade of the said
And notice Is further given that said
goods and chattels will be sold at Pub
lic Auction at the abutlon room of
Janiurt F. .Morgan, on Queen Htreet,
Honolulu. H. I., on THURSDAY, the
8th duy of July, 1607, at 10 o'clock a.
in., to satisfy the rent due aud In
arrcar as aforesaid ou tho said pro
iiiIkcs. (Ill-til J. ALFRED MAOOON.
Subscribe for tho Hvenino Bdl
r.ETiN 7fi ocntu per month,
1776 THE G-LORIOTJS 4th 1897
Largest and Most - -
- - Varied Stock
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
American and Hawaiian
UVoin 6 to 25 JFeet
American and Hawaiian Shields.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbons,
American (Now Stylo) Button-holo 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 tho lowest cash price.
f" Assorted Cases of Firo Works for parties: S7.50, $10,
$15, $20 and $25.
135" Island orders solicited and promptly filled.
S. W. LEDEKEB,
P.O. Box 430.
1894 Hurrah for the Republic of Hawaii 1897
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Opfiou: Kalawao, Jlolokal, II. I.
Abstract and Business
. Having been entrusted from busi
ness men all over the Islauds for the
past years, I am prepared to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds In a most
thorough, accurate aud complete man
lier, and to negotiate sales or leases of
lands belonging to tlioje who are re
siding at the Settlement on short no
Neat Cottngs and gronnds on Nun mm
neur KtiUui Htrt-ot, only two iiiiiuitus wulk
from tlio btiHhichi portion of tho city,
(J0J-tf A. V. CUAIt it CO.
I. X. L
Corner King nnd Naa
Corner King and Alakea Streets, .
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A. Sclimcileii. Proprietress.
Rooms Eimilto and Slnglo, with
lloaid, from $5 50 ner week, according
to requirements of the guests.
Tlio only Rnof Promenade Garden
In tut city. GE J. CAVENAGH,
Telephone 054 : : : Manager.
If you nro interostqd in tho sub
ject o onlurgod portraits, it would
bo worth your whilo to boo tho
samplos at King Broa. at prices
ranging from !r5.00 to S10.00
framoa and all. Thoy can't bo boat.
If you coutompluto ordoriug a
portrait onlargomont ro invito
your nttoution to tho Buporior
work wo ollor and would ask a
comparison of priced aud work
manship beforo placing your
ordor. King Bros., ilotufutreot.
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