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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 26, 1897.
Mi T4Tr iTTrnrrmnmv I
jgfe, PI AU1QUJU11.
EL SUE OF THE HAWAII AH HOTEL
H PREMISES, HONOLULU
k u. i:
On "Wednesday. July 23, 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front
entrnnoo of tho Exccutivo Build
ino Honolulu, will bo sold at
Publio Auction, tho Hawaiian
Hotel Promises at Honolulu.
Thcso premisos aro centrally
located in tho city, in tho centre
f tho block bounded by and with
entranco drives from Hotel,
Richards, Ueretania and Alakea
Btrootn, and tho grounds coutaiu
an nra of 1 7-10 acres.
Tho Buildings consist ol tho
Hotol proper of two stories and
basement; built of brick and con
crete with broad verandas at front
and rear of each story.
Tho Main Buildiug covors an
area of 10,800 sq. feet with Lauai
or wing addition on oun side,
10x21 feet, and wooden addition
on opposite wing for Kitchen,
Tnere aro also Tour Cottagoa
on the premises with ample pro
vision for bath rooms and closets.
I"" Main Buildiiifj; contains a
spaciiniR Parlor, Public and Pri
vate Dining Itoorns, Large Bil
liard Hall and Bar Boom, and
Forty Steeping rooms. The Cot
tages contain about twenty addi
tional sleeping rooms.
A wator tank with capacity of
10,000 gallons is placed on a
tonei .li an elevation snflicient to
givo a good wator pressure in
second Htory of tho Main Build
ing This tank is supplied from
an Artesian well on ndjoining
premises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Gre. Tho buildings and grounds are
thoroughly lighted with Electric
Plans of tho Buildings and
grounds can bo seen at the offico
of tho Minister of the Interior.
Terms of Sale are Cash in
United States Gold coin.
7j)dot prico: 8(50,000.00.
In caso there is no bidder to
purchase tho property at the above
upset prico, a loaso of tho sumo
will immediately be offered for
sale at ou upset pric" of $4000 a
year for a period of thiu ears
under tho conditions set out in
Act 7, Laws of 18 and more
paiticulnrly of Sections 2 and 4 of
said Act which reads as follows:
"Section 2. Every such tease
shall contain a covenant on the
part of tho lessee that he shull,
during tho first four years of the
term of tho lease, cause to be
erected upon the leased pioniises
a fiic proof building of Brick,
Stone or Metal, in a workmanlike
manner, satisfactory to the Miu
ister of the Interior at not less
than a stated cost; ond
keep the same suitnbly in
surod at not less than two
thirds of its value for the benefit
of the lessor; and shall Uoep tho
building in good repair during
tho remainder of tho term of lease,
reasonable uso nud wear thereof
only excepted; and in case of
damage or destruction of such
building by fire, shall make good
such lobd or damago by the neces
sary repairs or reconstruction or
else nnrreudor the insurance to tho
"Section 4. Every such lease
shall also contain a covenant on tho
part of tho lessor, that upon tho
request in writing by the losseoor
his representatives, before tho ex
piration thereof, the promises with
tho improvements, shall, if all of
tho conditions to bo performed by
the iH3(r have been nntlnfuc'orily
performed, be put up at auction
for a louse for a term of not over
twonty years; unless said premises
shall be required for public uses,
of which tho lessoo shall receive
at least one year's notico. Such
auction sale shall bo hold not
more than faix mouths nor less
than one month boforo tho expira
tion of said term."
The cost of building to bo
erected in accordance with Sec
tion 2 as above quoted, is placed
J. A. KING.
Miuistor of the Interior.
Interior Ofiico, March 27, 1897.
Don't bo porsuadod to accept
what is not really good in on
larged portrnifs, just bocauso you
have givou an order for one.
King Bros, will givo you some
thing infinitoly hotter and cheap
or thin you cun yet unywhoro olso
To Coffee Planters
ALEXANDEll GAKVIE hs opened an
Office in London, England, at 16 Henrietta
street, opposite Bedford Htreet, W. 0., and
is prepared to receive consignment of
COFFEE and other produce, and obtain the
very beat market prices for game.
A. Q. has had six years' exponenoe in
tho Coflee trade in England and Scotland,
and knows tho Loudon market thoroughly.
A. Q. ft also prepared to act as npent
and buyer for all commodities suitable for
the Hawaiian market.
Samples of now goods will be sent out
immediately on being put on the London
A, G, was over live years iu business in
the islands first in tho banking establish
ment of Bishop k Co., and latterly with
tho Hawaiian Sugar Co.
N. B. For further information, apply to
tho above address, or to Itobt. Catton, or
W. n. Pain, Honolulu. 633 3m
In the Circuit Court of RTAMI,-
the First Circuit, HhwuII- 8TAMls
nn iHlanils. Jamex J Byrne vs. John
Allen, H. Allen ami oilier, at, Cham
beiM. The Republic of Hawaii: To
the Marshal of the HhwhIIhii IhIihkIm,
or Ills Deputy, Oreilim: You urn
hereby commmxltrd to cumuiou John
Allen, Henry Allen, Henry KIioIi-h,
W. H. Lanihen A. FVt-k, H. K Dll
litighum ami Ortliu Hullroail & Lund
Co. to appear tei (Iujh titter fervlee
heleof, if they rfiilo on thy IhIuihI of
OhIiu, otlierwlHtt twnnty diiy Hfler
Kervlce, before hiicIi JtHgp ofthof'ir
cult Court of the Flint Circuit mt shall
he billing t Chtnuiiers hi the Court
Kimm, nt Honolulu, In the Judiciary
Hlllld'Og, fo hijb c r the uniK sul hill
of J times J 15 mo Ami you urn tir
ther commanded, by onlcr of the Hon.
A. VV. Cartel, 11 Juiiirn nj Hie Clr lilt
Court of the 1st. Circuit, Unit prm-eas
be served upon W. A. Kinney, Esq.,
for imil on lidmlf of A Peek hikI tiiut
a teinpoiury hijiiin iluti issue iipryiil
or uguiusi mo u inn H inroad oc imiki
Compiiny, A. Keek, Iiih Attorney",
Agents und Fnuicirc, nnd have you
then there Mile V 1 1 , with your re
J bvat Wltne-H the First Judge
1 8hAIj of iIih Circuit dm tuf the
Firt Circuit, at Honolulu, thin 27th
duj of July, lbOu
i 11CG, Civil Co i riietiiiic with
in which an net in bo iinne.
ph. II be cntnput' by ixelnilli.g tlie
nifi imy uno niei miik me lu-t. I'
the lint day be .iimlitv. it -imll be
I pprllfv Hi. ftir itnlmr In liu n tt-iiu
nmi of tliH nriiriii .1 hiiiiiiikimm lii taulil
euune, ami tliulieinl C "iirt oriler--ii that
reivire, nu ni;iin h on win linn reSl
ilni ! fenilrmt, A K eh, liy publlcH-
i n oi i ne Mime -ii ' coiiuuuui ee oi
rani -HUNe until l. 'jyi ii ilny nf June,
ISIW, HI 10 (I CHICK 1 1 I lie lort IIOHII.
Honolulu, H I., Mxr-i 10, 1807.
J, A THOMPSON.
IN I'HECIKCUH COUItl'OK THE
Firt Clleull ! th, H.whIIuii rslumls.
In 1'ioliatc. in ili mtlter of ihe Ei
title of ACHKW, lute ot Wtlluku,
Maul, 'Je n.(-'. Tin , tillin, ami mi
umiiiiIm of the Ail iiliilftrKlor of the
I2tnte of hill,1 iIithixmI, wherein he
ii-ki. thttt his uee nut- bet xuuilneil
in il approved inl thut u tlual onler
tie iiuulf ol ilWtrihiitlnu of the pro
perly rorniiluf'ig In hlx humls to the
perrons tin ri'loenillleil, mill ilii-chur-in
liltn (iniii all further reHpoiiplhl
llt an ruoIi Ailiiilnl-lreiKir It Is or
dered that Moniliy, the lOihdayof
July , A. D. Ib07, ut 10 o'clock a. in., at
ChmnberH, iu thn Court House, ul
Honolulu, be mid the Hume heiehy Is
appointed ni 1 1 time mul place fur
hearing caiil petition unit uceouuts,
and that nil peri-oim 'nterented may
then ami there uppetir ami show
ciuse. If any thy have, why thesamo
should not be granted.
By the Court:
t J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Honolulu, June 17, 1807. 037-3t
IN THE OIROUir COUHT F1HST OIK.
cult of the Huwuiiau Islands, in Probate. In
tho mutter of tho Kstato of John Kennedy,
luto of Honolulu, O-juu, decoused, iutos.
tate. Petition having bcon iiled by Ooorgo
Andrews, n friend of haid iutestato, pray,
iug that letters ofAdiuiuUtrutiou niion siiid
ottutu be issuod to George Andiuws, notice
U heroby given that Monday, tho lOtu day
of July, A. D. 1807, nt 10 o'clock a. in.,
U the Judiciary II, ilding, Honolulu, is
aptioiutod tho time und placo for hearing
said potition, when nnd where all persons
concerned may appear and how cause, if
any they huvo, why taid Petition should
not bo granted.
By tho Court:
GEOKGE LU0AS, Oiork.
Honolulu, Jnuo 17, 1807. 637-:it
Imported Dry Oooil. EnglUli, American
Dress Making a Specialty.
how Prices to suit Hie tlmci.
f?T" Come In and see our New Stock and
Wing1 Hing1 Loy
Nutiaim near Hotel dieut, opposite V. W.
MT" Tlilt il i m ,i furinuilr kiionn n
"iliun hoy," I'uiKlrcul.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
HrKAMKU KI.NAlt I'HO.H Till:
Caiiadlnn- Aiiitrnltnn Liner Aoraual
nparted-I.oral Murine Jiittluga
of Today Alone t ha noaki.
Tho brig Consuelo began load
ing at Mahukona yesterday.
Tho Mikahala is up to sail nt 9
a m Tuesday for Lahaina, Maala
ea, Kona and Kau.
The ship Boderiok Dhu was
about ready for sea at Hilo when
the Einau left that port.
On account of tho rainy weather,
work on tho waterfront was almost
entiroly at a standstill today.
On account of tho bad weather,
tho yacht race, which was to have
been sailed today, is postponed.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 2:55
pmjhigh tide small 1:17 a m; low
tido large 6:80 am; low tide small
10:15 p m.
The dock lnborors havo built a
tug-of-war apparatus on Pacific
Mail wharf, and some exciting
contests take placo daily.
The Aoraugi's engines woro got
ten in proper working ordor last
night. The big whito steamer do
parted for tho Colonies about half-
past hvo o'clock this morning.
Sixty-eight Chinese immigrants
passed iuveRtigntion this forenoon
nt Quarantine island. Two hun
dred nnd four contract laborers
are being examined. This is the
lot which arrived iu the Gaelic,
The splendidly equipped Amer
ican ship Commodore arrived
from lialtimoro on June LI, says
the Snu Frnncisco Call, with a
cargo of crrnl in the fair timo of
L 9 days. Captain Davidson re
ports very heavy weather iu the
Gulf Stream and also heavy west
erly weather off Cape Horn. The
vessel hnd not been in port five
hours boforo sho was alongside
Union-street wharf aud ready to
begin discharging. Tho rush is
all in order to enable the Commo
dore to got to Honolulu in timo to
save her ohartor. She is to load
sugar for New York. Captain
Davidson is well known in San
Fraueisco, and a great number of
bis friends were down at tho wharf
to wolcorao him back.
People of the inland districts do
not know the importance tho sail
or attaches to tho naming of ships,
says tho Marino Journal. Nearly
all steamship lines and compnnies
adopt certain lines of nomencla
ture, such as the names of coun
tries, States, cities aud things.
French vessels usually bear tho
names of French provinces, French
towns, or wines, or victories, or
ideas, or 8outimout8,but no French
names, excepting those of great
men of French history. German
ships bear the names of German
rivers, ports, poets, States and
characters in German literature.
Italian shipping names are tlioHo
of hope, courage, enterprise, faith
or those takou from Italian litera
ture. Spanish ships are almost
invariably named nfter Spanish
cities or the great commaudors of
ancient Spanish history. Swedes
aud Norwegians perpotuato the
famo of localities dear to them.
Americaus unrao thoir vessels nfter
their owners, friends, relations or
"any old thing."
From Hawaii and Mnui, per
stmr Kinau, June 2C -J Goetzue,
0 H Fairer, V K Ahana, Ah See
Yuen, Wo Hiug, Alaua, llobort
More, J- U Ptirdy, H S Town&end,
E Conn, Miss L Fish, U T Taylor,
Brothor Henry, E It Hendiy,ftliss
O E Steele, Miss H Coan, W O
Walker, 0 Koolling, MrB A D
Friemann, A Douse, Miss E Wil
son, Miss Aoo Akona, J N Boll,
wifo and daughter. Mrs W It
Buchnnan, A Devorill, Miss M
Pali, Miss Abboy Hose, W Na
ipo, D Kanowanui aud 87 deck
From Molokni, Mnui aud Lanai,
per Htmr Mokolii, Juno 2G Miss
Finklo, Miss Bruce, Otto Meyer,
Frank Foster, Miss McCorriston
nnd 8 dock passougors.
For Mnui and Hawaii, por stmr
Mauna Loa, Juno 25 Miss May
Paris, Jurgeson boya. W A Green
well, Master J Jl Paris, J Greon
well, E E llolina, A Kmnoy,
Writjht children, Miss V Wnrd. 11
Mc Wayne, Miss Wills, .7 O Wills,
MisB Axtoll, Mr aud Mrs Faret,
Mr Colston, Mrs J Gomes, Miss
Gomes aud 59 on deck.
For Knpaa. por stmr James
Makee, Juno 25 Miss Wilcox,
Matter Wilcox, Mra Wait, Miai
Elsio "Wilcox, G N Wilcox, BWT
Purvis and D Conway.
Satuudat. Juno 20.
Stmr Mokolii, Dennett, from Molokal,
Maul and Lunul.
Stmr Klnau, Clarke, from Hawaii and
'! Altl llhtl.
Stmr Kcauhou, Thompson, for llonokaa
It M d Aoranul, Ucpwortu, for the Colo
nies OA 11(10 CM ffllOM ISLAND l'OUTH.
Ex trnr Mokolii .Vi ehei'p,l2 hog, 5i bags
taro, (i iloi.kej o, etc.
Ex iltnr Kln.ili JtfiTJ hngf suyar.i;.1! Iingi
iiotituc. Si i 0K corn, 187 Tildes, "13 ilicep,
1 pin aud 2w jiKirii BUiulrlcs.
I.HSKI ' IN POUT.
0 8 S Marlon, Hook, Han Dlcgo, March 19.
I18K l'lillnilrtplilfi. t'nttn ii I!l.h. , Anil'
II 1 J M S Nunlivn Kan, Kurookn, Japan,
lUoiuteri not ineluilerl in llin ml.
Am flilp Louabtu, llnlcrow, Nccantle,
Am chip A J fuller, MaMlicw, Nnjcunakl,
J line S
Am bkln Kllkltat. Cutler. Port OainMe,
Am fdir I.oulf. Ilnteli, N wcictle, June 13.
Am bk C I) Drjant, Colty, Lasou hlanil,
Am 'lilli Arjan, St tlnlr, Jnpn, Juno V.
Am liktu Aielier, ( nitiiiiiu. r Jiinc. i7
Am lik Albert, (irlilillot, ri F, June IT.
Haw bk Manna Ala filnllli, Neucustle,
Haw bk Dlnraond Head, Ward, Pugcl
ejonud, June ft,
Am bk Palmyra, Keller, Tut'et eonnd,
Am scUr O A Tbayer, Lllyqult, Paget
Sound, June 21.
Am bk Cb.18 1) Keuuy, Anderson, New
castle. June il.
a S Australia, lloudtctte, "an Kruuckco,
Am bk Colorado. Moline, New en-tle, June ii,
Haw bk lolanl, McClure, New York, June '-23-lul
bk Giuseppe, Feluccaluzor, S F, June YJ.
Am nclir Traislt, ,Iori;cnsen, San fcrancifco,
OKKIO VMUtiLf EXPEtJTEI)
Vessels Where Iron. lim
Sclir Novelty Newcastle
Haw bk lolanl New York .... May 31
Ilk Nuuanu New York
Hrshlp 11 F Glade Bremen July 31
Bk Colorado Ncwcastlo
Iiktu OC Funk Nuucuatle
SB Australia S F June 22
a S City of 'eking. Yokohama Juno2'J
Am bk Edward May. .New York
Am bk AliU-n Uessc 8 F
Am sclirO A Tbayer...Uraj'8 Harbor,. ..Duo
Am sblp Mary 1. CusUlni;,,... Japan
Am sblp Commodore 8 F
Am skip Roanoke, Japan Duo
LAZAKUS In this city, June 2 1S1I7,
.losepli Lazarus, a lutlrc of Llvcrpuol,
England, aged 07 years
Funeral t bis (Saturday) afternoon at !i o'clock,
fr, m tlio tisldeiiee llvretanla street.
Frlcndi and iicrjualutances respectfully
Invited to attend. .
lUnkeo IhIbiiiI Concert.
Tho government band will givo
tho usual Sunday concert at Ma
kee Islaud tomorrow 'afternoon,
commencing at 3 o'clock. Profes
sor 13erger has nrranged tho fol
The Old Hundred.
Overture Iplilgenie Gluck
.aria Stauat Mater Koselul
Finale- Astorca Albert
Selection II Ilrnvo Mercudante
Cornet Solo Russian Fantasia (new)..
Mr. Charles Krcutcr.
Pelcctlon-11 Travhta Verdi
(aottc r.Uliie Souuds Latanu
Murcb (iruud Procession (new) Siaytb
At tniiiiii siinro.
Weather i)orraitting,tho govern
ment baud will render tho follow
ing selections at Emma squnro
this nftornoon, commencing at
March The Admiral Parlow
Overture La Slrene (uuw) Auber
Polka The Uells (new) Budlck
8Llectlou-A Gaiety Girl Jones
Waltz Uypsy Baron Strauss
Medley Ucycr's Annual Beyer
UiiRBlea DHd Fhactsiis,
Gus Sohuraau bogs to inform
tho publio that he has on hand a
fino now lino of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaotons, llond Wagons and Carts;
Doublo and Siuglu Buggy, Ex
press and Ilnok Harness mads
specially for tho Hawaiian trndo.
These goods aro now on exhibi
tion ut tho Club Btubles.
1776 TEE G-LORIOUS 4th 1897
Largest and Most - -
- - Varied Stock
THE G-IiORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
American and Hawaiian
H'rom 6 to 25 Keet
American and Hawaiian Shields
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbmia
American (New Stylo) Butt m-liulo 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 price.
E Assorted Cases of Firo Works for purt'es: $7.50, $10,
15, $20 and $25.
Island orders solicited and
B. W. LEDEREK,
I". O. Box 430. . Tklkhio.n-k 478.
1894 Hurrah for the Republic) of Hawaii 1897
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Okfiob: Kalawao, Molokal, H. I.
Abstract and Busines3
Having been outruuted from huxl
noes men ull o'er the Inlands fur the
past years, I am prepared to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds iu a most
thorough, accurato and complete man
nor, and to negotiate bales or leunes of
luuda belonging to tlioj who are re
siding at the Settlement on short no
Neat CottiiRe anil groaiU n Muitinu
nenr KuLul Htreet, only two uiUuton walk
from tho buidueti!) tioitluti of 11m city,
coi-tf A.r. tiaiulco.
Corner KIdr nnd Nuu
Corner Klug and Alakea Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
Mrs. A, Scbmellen, PropriGl'rcss,
Rooms Knaulto and Rluglo, with
Dimril, from f5 B0 pur week, according
to requirements of the guests.
The only Itnof I'romenodo Garden
In the city. GKO. OAVENAGH,
Telephone 05t : : ; Manager.
If you aro interested in tho sub
ject of enlarged portraits, it would
ho worth your while to boo the
oaraplos at King Bros, at prices
ranging from $5.00 to $10.00
frames and all. Thoy can't bo boat.
If you contomplato ordoring a
portrait onlnrgoment wo invito
your nttontion to tho superior
work wo offer and would ask a
comparison of prices aud work
manship boforo placing your
order, lung Bros., Ilotol streot.
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