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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 30, 1897.
rjmjjmjcniw majw iwwwm ywMia
Saturday Evening, July
3d, 7:30 Fireworks and
Water Carnival, Hono
1. Best illuminated merchant or
coasting vessel, $50.
2. Best illuminated steam
launch. First prie, $25; second
3. Best illuminated bnrgo (not
lesa tlmu G oars). First prizo, $20;
second prize, $10.
4. Best illuminated Bhip'a boat,
(4 oars) . First prize, $15; Becond
5. Best illuminated skiff, (2
oars). First prize, $10; second
6. Best illuminated canoe. First
prize, $10; second prizo, $5.
7. Best illuminated iloat. FirBt
prize, $15; second prize. $10.
8. Best illuminated catamaran.
First prize, $15; second prize, $10.
Entries will close at the Hawai
ian News Company on Friday,
July 2d, at 12 o'clock Tnoon. The
competitors in Nob. 2 to 8, inclu
sive, will assemble off the Myrtle
Boat House on Suturduy, July 3d,
at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Liuo will
thou bo formed and the procession
will rnovo up the harbor, around
the judges' bout, theueo to starting
July 5 Monday.
DAYLIGHT NATIONAL SA
LUTE. 9 A.M. PARADE
AY. H. HOOGS, ESQ.,
Line of March Passing out of
the King Street Gate of the Ex
ecutive Building Grounds, down
Merchant Street, to Fort, to
Hotel, to Alakea, to Emma, to
School, to Fort, to King, to the
Bicycles. Best decorated, $15;
second, S10; third, $5; fourth, 85;
fifth, $2.50; sixth, S2.50. Best de
corated tandem, $10.
Unofficial Floats. Best decorat
ed, $50; second best, $25; most ori
ginal, $50; secoud, $25.
Masquerade Character. Most
original, $10; second best, $5; third
Musquerado Squad of Eight or
More. Prize, $30.
Hocks and Public Vohiclos.
Best decorated, $20; second, $15;
Business and Delivery Wagons.
Best decorated, $25; second, $20;
third, $15; fourth, $10.
11:30 A. M.- LlTEKAKY EXEltCISES
AND MUSIO AT Ol'EllA HOUSE.
Prayer Rev. J. M. Monroe.
Song Chorus of 20 voices, by
the DeKoven Glee Club.
Reading of Declaration of Inde
pendence Prof. J. L. Howard.
Song Chorus of 20 voices.
Address Harold M. Bewail,
United States Minister.
The United States Flagship Phi
ladolpliin'tt baud will be in attend
ance. 12 M. NATIONAL SALUTE.
1:30 p.m. tGamkb at the Bahkiiali.
Pauk. Admission Fuee.
100 yards dash For boys under
14 years. First prizo, $3; second,
80 yards dash For girls under
14 yeurs. First prize, $3; second,
80 yards dash For boys under
12 years. First prize, $3; second,
00 yards daoh For girls under
12 years. First prize, $3; second,
00 yards dash For boys uudor
10 yeuis. Fiiat prizo, $3; second,
50 yards dash For girls uudor
10 years. Firbt prize, $3; second,
Boot and shoo race. First prizo,
$3; secoud, $2.
50 yards wheelbarrow raco.
First prizo, $3; second, $2.
Greased polo. Prize, $5.
100 yardB dash. First prizo,$10;
Running high jump. First
prize, $5; second, $2.50.
120 yards liurulo. First prize,
$10; second, $5.
220 yards dash. FirBt prizo,
$10; second, $5.
Running bases. First prize,
$10; second, $5.
Throwing baseball. First prizo,
$5; second, $2.50.
Polo vault. First prize, gold
medal second, silver medal.
Option of trophy instead of
Entriea for all these events to
bo made to the Clerk of the Courso
at the iraok.
3 p. m. Baseball.
Stars vs. St. Louis (Postponed
regular Leaguo game).
Ball at Independence Park Pa
vilion. The official and only authorized
program for tho celebration will
bo published by It. L. Scott and
distributed gratis. G45-5t
SALE OF THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Oil "Wednesday, July 2S, 1S'J7,
at 12 o'clock noon, at tho frout
ontranco of tho Executive Build
ing, Honolulu, will bo sold at
Public Auction, tho Hawaiian
Hotel Premises at Honolulu.
These premises are centrally
located in the city, in tho centro
of tho block bounded by and with
ontranco drives from Hotel,
Richards, Beretania and Alakea
streets, and tho grounds contain
an area of 1 7-10 acres.
Tho Buildings consist of the
Hotol proper of two stories and
basement; built of brick and con
crete with broad verandas at front
aud rear of each story.
The Miin Building covers an
area of 10,800 sq. feet with Lanai
or wing addition on ono side,
40x24 feet, and wooden addition
on oppotite wing for Kitchen,
There are also Four Cottages
on tho premises with ample pro
vision for bath rooms and closets.
lno Main Building contains a
spacious Parlor, Public and Pri
vato Dining Rooms, Largo Bil
liard Hall and Bar Room, and
Forty Sleeping rooms. The Cot
tages contain about twenty addi
tional sleeping roomB.
A water tank with capacity of
10,000 gallons is placed on a
tower at an elovation Bufliciont to
give a good water pressure in
second story of tho Main Build
ing. This tank is supplied from
an Artesian woll on adjoining
promises, owned by Dr. J. S. Mc
Grow. Tho buildings and grounds are
thoroughly lighted with Electric
Plans of the Buildings and
grounds can bo scon at the office
of the Minister of the Interior.
Terms of Sale aro Cash in
United States Gold coin.
Upset price: $60,000.00.
In case thore is no bidder to
purchase tho property atthoabovo
upset price, a leaBO of tho samo
will immediately be offered for
salo at an upset price of $-1000 a
year for a period of thirty years
under tho conditions set out in
Act 7, Laws of 189G aud moro
particularly of Sections 2 and 4 of
said Act whioh reads as follows:
"Section 2. Every such lease
shall coutain a covenaut on tho
part ofltho lessee that ho shall,
during tie first four years of tho
term of the lease, cause to bo
erected upon the leased promises
a fire proof building of Brick,
Stone or Metal, in a workmanlike
manner, satisfactory to tho Min
ister of tho Interior at not loss
thau a stated cost; aud
kcop tho Bamo suitably in
sured at not less than two
thirds of its valuo for tho benefit
of the lebsor; and shall keep tho
building in good repair duriug
tho remainder of the term of lease,
reasonable uso aud wear thereof
only excepted; aud in case of
damago or destruction of such
building by fire, shall make good
such loss or damago by tho neces
sary repairs or reconstruction or
olso surrender tho insurance to the
"Section 4. Every such leaso
shall also contain a covouuut on the
part of tho lessor, that upon tho
request in writing by tho loaseoor
his representatives, beforo tho ox
piratiou thorcof, tho promises with
tho improvements, shall, if all of
tho conditions to bo performed by
the lossoo havo been satisfactorily
performed, be put tip at auction
for a lease for a torm of not over
twenty years; unless said premises
shall bo required for public uses,
of which tho lessee shall recoive
at least one year's notice. Suoh
auction salo shall bo hold not
more than six months nor less
than one month before the expira
tion of said term."
The cost of building to be
erected in accordance with Soo
tion 2 as abovo quoted, is placed
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflico, March 27, 1897.
MARINE NEWS ITEMS
The Pacific Mail wharf presents
a very busy appearance today.
Tho Miowera is duo tomorrow
from Victoria with a wcok's later
Tho A J Fuller, Capt Matthews,
sailed for New York at 10:30 this
The Alden Besse, consigned to
W G Irwin & Co, has been re
ported off port.
Tho schooner Luka is discharg
ing 1G00 bags of Hurnakua sugar
at the Irmgard wharf.
The Transit has 0000 sacks of
Hurnakua sugar awaiting hor at
the Kiuau and Irmgard wharves.
Tomorrow, high tide large 4:52
pm;high tide small 4:25 a m; low
tide large 9:15 a in; low tido small
... .a m.
The James Makeo sailed yester
day afternoon and will call at Ka
paa to land 54 Chiucso for Kenlia!
The American bark Hosper
with coal from Newcastle, was
signalled at 2:30 p m yestorday,
but did not come in until 7:30
Tho barkentine Archer got away
yesterday at 3 p m with a cargo of
21,937 bags of sugar equal to 1375
tons. Castle & Cooke, Brewer &
Co and ,T H Davies & Co were the
The bark Alden Besse, Captain
Potter, has arrived, 18 days from
San Francisco, with 1400 tons
general merchandise, consigned to
Wm G Irwin & Co, aud several
paesongors. Experienced fine
weather with southerly winds
throughout the voyage. June 24,
passed tho steamer Moana. Has
boon within 200 miles of the isl
ands' for the last six days.
The PMSS City of Peking
arrived in port last ovoning and
was docked at tho Pacific Mail
wharf at 6:15 o'clock p m. The
pursor reports: Sailed from
Hongkong, Juno 9; Amoy, 10th;
Shanghai, 12th; Kobe, 17th; Yo
kohama, 20th; arrived in Hono
lulu, 29th. Tho Peking has brought
about 1G0C tons of general mer
chandise including 5000 tubs of
Bake. The steamer is scbehuled
to sail at G o'clock p m, but it is
unlikely that she will get away on
From China and Japau, per SS
City of Peking, June 29 MisB A
H Johnson, H Tevyford, T Kawa
guchi,T C Hothrington,A P Craw
loy Boovey and 232 native etoer
ago. Throngh R M Griffin and
wife, Rev T O Winn and wife.Geo
H Wiun,MiBB Winn, Master Winn,
P de Chozanowski, Miss M E Mo
Guire, Rev J Calhoun Nowton,
ChaB Iloid and wife, H H Horsey,
wife aud infaut,Miss S Thompson,
Joseph Hunter, M Frauzins, G
Frauzius, Rev E J Hall, six stcor
age and 181 native Bteerage.
From San Francisco, por bark
Alden Besse, Juno 30 G L Sew
ard, J H Polehmas, 0 F Oroiz, W
L Johnson and W H Horn.
For Maui and Hawaii, por strar
Mikuhala, Juuo 29 Mr and Mrs
W M Graham aud Louis Vascon
colles. For Kauai, per stmr James Ma
kee, Juno 29 -- Mrs Bortolmauu,
Chris Bortolmauu, Miss Angoliue
Bertolmann and Miss Mitamura.
For San Francisco, por bktno
Archer, Juno 29 Miss Maud L
Millard, F Hedomann.Wadn Arm
strong, J Gray and G H Camp
boll. For San Fraucisco.por S S City
of Poking, Juuo 30 Miss Wards,
Misa Mooncy, Mr Moonoy, Mr G
do Dumas, Mr aud Mrs Noyos,
Mr Fred MoPherson, Mr O H
Clapp, Otto Schmidt, Mr aud Mrs
Du Roe, Mr and Mrs Herbert.
For Kauai, per Btmr W G Hall,
Juno 29 Mr and Mrs W H Rico
and family, Miss Juliette King, F
Weber, H Christian, Kowolii Po
kele, Mrs J W Girvin, Miss Ivy
Girvin, Miss Helen Girvin, Chas
Girvin, A Dreier, J N Benn and
For Maui and Hawaii, por stmr
Claudine, June 29 H P Baldwin,
Miss M G Beckwith, Miss M O
Bockwith, Mrs Sorcnson, MIrsE
Damon, Mies D Sorcnson, Miss
Ohrt, Miss E Daniels, Miss D
Smith, Miss E Holt, J A McCand
less, Master A Dunn, W D Bra
den, Captain Ahlborn, E Kopke,
EPDole, Chas David, John D
Holt, A Long, E Parker, Mis J W
Kalua, 0 Y Aina and wife, Mrs
Norrie and family, Searle boys,
Wilder Wight, J Napalua, Mrs
AcheoDg, Mrs Kaunalani, Corn
well pntfy, A Viorra,"P Ohrt, O
Nanapi, L von Tempsky, F Wal
dron, T W Kau, Miss M Sharratt.
For San Francisco, por S 8
Australia, Juno 30 Miss A Bruce,
Miss Alexaudor, Dr Bryant, Mrs
Hryant and child, Miss A Z Had
ley, Miss Rasmusson, Mr and Mrs
Farrington, Professor Scott, R F
Woodward, Mrs A B Frieman,
Master Ashford, Miss Coan,
Brother Henry, M Thompson, J
W Nishmit, Miss Steolo,Miss Leo
nard, Misses Pope,Miss Need bam,
Miss Knapp, B F Beardmore,
Armstrong Smith, Mis L Roth,
Miss Rohm Cuuha, Dr and Mrs
Howard, Mrs Savidge, TC Porter,
Mrs Porter and child, D L Naouo,
Hro Jomos, Bro Iguaeiu, Arthur
Ewart, Mrs Scott, L A Dickey, P
F do la Vcrguo, Miss M Greene,
Mrs Alice Brown, Miss Ludd, Mrs
Ounhn, Clarence Cunha.MrB Mon
taguo Turner, Miss Forreiro, Misa
Chamberlain, Miss Ellis, Miss
Pires, Miss Forbep, A Cuuha, J
W Gillespio, Miss May Weir,Miss
muiueruy, jluv uuhs uiuwuu, n.
J Head, A Ouellette,Messrs Cook
son, Lieut Qualtrough, Mr and
Mrs O W Macfarlane.Wm Walsh,
D G Fairchild and B Lathrop.
Tdesdat, June 29.
P S City f Pcklujj, Smith, from China and
Stmr J A Cummins, Seaile, from Oabu
Stmr Knena, ParKer, from Oaliu ports.
Am uk Ilcspcr, , from Nowcattle.
Schrl.uka from rianall.
Tuesday, June 29.
Am bktn Aichcr, Calhoun, for San Fran
cisco. Wkunksuat. June 30.
Am ship A J Fuller, .Matthews, for New
Stmr Nocau, Peterson, for Lahalna, Ilono
kjn, and Kukulhaele.
Stmr Kama, Parker, for Walnlua, Puulkt
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Kuhulnu
S S Australia, Iloudlctle, for San Fran
cisco. S 8 City of Peking, Smith, for San Frau
cloco. CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ex schr Luka 1600 bans sugar.
Ex stmr Kacna 590 bags puddy.
Ei stmr J A Cummins 1UJ bdtfs sugar, 740
Ex 1 1 in r City of Peking 1600 tons general
freight Including 50U0 tubs of sake.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Judicial Clicult, Hawaiian Inlands. In Pro
bate, lu the matter of the petition of Deml
trlus (J. Camartnos to bo appointed Guardian
of P.inaglotls George Camarlnjs, un lusauo
OUIIF.IIOF NOTICi; AND PUKUCATION.
Upon reading aud filing tho petition of De
metrius Ueorge Carnarlnos In wlilcli petition
er recites that petitioner Is tho brother of
Pminglotls (leorge Canmilnos, tlso and moro
commonly Unonn a Peter (1 Carnarlnos;
that said Pannglotls (leorge Cumarluos Is an
Insano person aud residing without tho Re
public of Hawaii, but having citato therein;
that It Is proper that a Guardian should bo
appointed and prajing that petitioner be ap
pointed Guardian of tho person pnd estate of
said insano person.
Now, therefore, it is hereby ordered that
all persons having any Interest lu the pre
mises appear beforo mo at my Chambers In
tho Judiciary Uulldlug lu Honolulu, Ii-lund of
Oahi, Hawaiian Islands, on WEDNESDAY,
tho 7th day of July, A. D. 1897, a to o'clock
A M., then aud there toshovrtlusc If any
they have why the prayer of petitioner herein
should not begrauted;
And It Is further ordcied that a certified
copy of this Order bo published da)ly for ono
week In tho Evr.Ni.vi llci.i.iniv, a iewspuper
printed aud publUhed In tho Kugllii language
In Honolulu aforesaid.
Dated Honolulu, 11. 1., Juuc 29, A. D. 1BU7.
(3ia.) A. PERKT,
Second Judge of tlto Circuit Coin t of tke
First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Inl
ands. I certify tho foregoing Is a truo aid conect
roiiy of the Older of Notice and Publication
now un file In the Clerk's Ollleo of tho First
Judicial Circuit Court of the Hawaiian Inl
ands. J. A. 'ItiotrBON,
1776 THE G-LORIOUS 4tli 1897
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS
American and Hawaiian
From 6 to 25 Feet
American and Hawaiian Shields.
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbons,
American (New Style) Button-hole Buttons, i
ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND FRESH.
American and Hawaiian Silk Flngs,
American and Hawaiian Printed Flags,
Decoration Bunting, Etc., Etc., Et
Will be sold at tho lowest cash nrice.
B3s5" Assorted Cases of Fire
ft! 5 SH20 And ft25.
Y., .. .
KzT Island orders solicited
B. W. LEDEKEB,
1894 Hurrah for the
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Office: Kalawao, Molokal, II. I,
Abstract and Business
Having been entrusted from busi
ness men all over the Inlands for the
past yearn, I tim prepared (o 111 uke
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds iu a moat
thorough, accurato aud compluto miin
ner, and to negotiate utiles or leases of
lauds belonging to tho jo who aro ro
sidlug at the Settlement ou short no
Neat Cottngo nnd grounds on Nuunuu
neur Kukui street, only two uiiutitos walk
from tho buuiuusA iiorliou of tho city.
uM-tl A. V. GlUlt & CO.
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Works for parties: 7.50, ftlt
and promptly filled.
Comer King and Nuu
Republics of Hawaii 189
Conn r Klug and Alakea Street
irtonomiu, 11. 1.
Mrs. A, Scbmelleii, Propriete'
Rooms Enaulto and Siuglo, wij
lj.jum, irom jo ou per weeic, aucordiS
to requirements of the cuests. 9
Tho only Roof Promenade Garda
iu me city. UJiU. UAVJSNAGHJ
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