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ile Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
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W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkiu Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsav.
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qulro at First National Bank, AValluliU.
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the Republic of Hawaii.
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P. C. Jones ,,Vico-Presidon
F. W. Macfarlane. .2nd Vicc-Presicen 1
C. H. Cooko j Cashioi
P. C. Atherton Assistant Cashier
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All first class stores handle
The Pianola brings pleasure to the
entire family throughout tho year.
It educates tho childron bymakin
them appreciative of tho best music
It allows ouo to enjoy and study
music without studying and acquiring
toehnique. To all it opens up tho
musical literature of the world.
Tho metroslylo is tho latest de
velopment of tho Pianola and has giv
en it pefectio.i.
When in Honolulu call and hear
this wonderful instrument.
Illustrated Catalogue freo If you
Bergstrom Music Co,
"D. L. Meyer is expected hack lo
Honolulu in tune for the Juno rnces.
C. Dunkhaso of Hackfeld & Cr.
was booked for Maul on this week's
Senator S. E. Kaluo of Wailuku
was a visitor to Honolulu by Satur
George O. Cooper spent the early
part of tho week m Wailuku, leaving
for Hana on Wednesday.
Postmaster V. A. Vetlc5,cu went
to Honolulu on Saturday, returning
by Tuesday's Mauna Loa
Wm. Morton, formerly at Kahulu.
but recently of Honolulu, is stoppha
in Wailuku as tho guest of the Maui
Dr. P. F. FreaV, who wus busy oi
Maui last week dlling pi ofessional en
gagements left for Honolulu on Satur
Hon. S. Kelilnol has been elected
clerk of the road board of Wailuku
District, to succeed W. T. Robinson,
' "i3illy" Green, the popular travel
inc man for M. Phillips & Co., Hono
lulu, is dated to arrivo on Maui about
Delegate Kuhio arrived in Honoi
lulu last Thursday, and left again for
ilio Chicago Convention by Tuesday's
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin, who has been
visitihg in Honolulu for several weeks,
returned to Wailuku on Wednesday's
Attorney D. H. Case and Court
Clerk W. J. Coelho visited Honolulu
by Saturday's Claudine, returning on
Attorney James L. Coke and Dr.
V. R. Boote went over to Lahaina
on Saturday to lookeflftcr the dem
ocratic fences in that District.
Capt. J. S. Molony and Mrs. Molo-
ny of Lahaina cametaver to Wailuku
on Saturday to spend several dajs
with friends, before starting to tho
coast for a several rrionths' visit.
Mr D.T.Corey, who has thoreputa
tion of being a first-class horse shoer
and all round blacksmith, is making
arrangements to occupy the Painter
blacksmith shop. He should do well
Canon William A,ult came over from
Wailuku on Sunday afternoon, and
returned on tho following day.
As the Siberia's passeDgers list was
full, Miss A. Z. Hadley was obliged to
remain in Honolulu until tho Alameda
sailed, on Wednesday, May 25.
Mondny being Memorial Day, the
pupils of the Government School as
stiinbled around the flag staff at 9 a.
in., and the American flag was hoist
ed with appropriate honors. At 9:30
the children were dismissed for the
Tho revenue cutter Thetis arrived
dt 9 a. m. on Saturday, and sailed at
G o'clock on Sunday morning.
Mrs. Henniug, her daughter Emma
iho youngest son and the baby, ic
turned from Honolulu last week. Mr,
Hennmg has secured tho Club House
lor tho family residence, nnd it ha
been moved to the sito of the house
that was recently burned.
Rheumatism, dengue and other dis
orders are prevalent.
One of the Chinese restaurant keep
ers is going to his native land, on ac
count of illness. Ho hopes to retui
to Lar-aina. '
Heleno and Genevieve Halvorscn
were baptized on Sunday morning,
Bishop Restarick and tho Rev,
Kong Yin arrived from Honolulu on
Tuesday evening, and remained here
untilThursday, when they continued
their journoy to tho Chinese Mission
A preliminary meeting to organize
an Improvement Society was held at
tho Courthouse, on Monday evenin,
Alfred N. Hayselden Esq., presided
and Senator Whito performed the
duties of Secretary. A committee
to draft a constitution for tho societ;
was chosen as follows: Alfred N,
Iluyselden, Wm. White, R. C. Soax le
Matt. McCann and John Richardson
Adjourned subject to tho call of th
The anniversary exercises of the
Lahaiualuna Industrial School will
t ike place on Wednesday, June 8, at
10 a. rn. A cordial invitation Is ex
tended to all.
Bishop Restarick made an excej'ent
address at tho Lahainaluna Industrial
School on Wednesday evening.
Father Wendelin has returned from
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(Continued from Pngc 2.)
rganizatinn. II there Is to bo an
gent in San Francisco ho must be
Johnny on tho snot :n the deals and
hen tho sharks try to shut him out
e should bo ready to ship his fruit to
points East even as far as Chicago,
or If this fruit Is properly packed It
111 carry to Chicago or through Brit
lull Columbia t Wiunepeg. There s
rrat possibilities here an whrn the
ear pascs and you find twenty thou
sand bunches a month going from here
ynu will be sorry you did not take up
land." Hawaii Herald.
Mortgagees Notice oT Intention tc
Foreclose and oi Sole.
Notice is hereby given ttint under
nd by virtue of the power of sale
ontained in that certain Indenture
f Mortgage, dated the 21st day of
November, 1902, executed, acknowl
deed and delivered by Jim Ah Hoy.of
Wailuku, Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
as Mortgagor, to W. T. Robinson and
Lee Hop, of said Wailuku, a Mort-
agees, said mortgage having been
given to securo the payment of $850.
00, and drawing interest at the rate
of ten per cent per annum, and now
to be sold because of the non-pay
ment of said principal sum and inter-
stdue thereon; which said mortgage
b recorded In Liber 243, ut paces 74,
C, in tho office of the' Registrar ol
Conveyances at Honolulu, and which
mortgage is still held and owned bv
aid W. T. Robinson and Leo Hop;
tho mortgagees intend to foreclose
aid mortgage for conditions broken,
that iB to say, for the non-payment
of the principal sum therein named
nd for the non-payment of interest,
is by tho terms of said mortgage se
Notico is likewise given by said
Mortgagees, W. T. Robinson and Lee
Hop, that after tho expiration of
three weeks from the date of this
notice, to wit: on Monday, tho 13th
day of June, 1904, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, said mortgaged property,
for the reasons hereinabove stated
will be sold at public auction at the
entrance to the Court House at Wai
Terms of salo: cash at the time of
Deeds to bo at tho expense of pur
chaser or purchasers.
For further Darticulars regarding
sale, and of the property to bo sold,
apply to D. H. Case, Attorney for
Mortgagees, at Wailuku, Maui, or to
W. T. Robinson, ono of tho Mort
gagees, at said Wailuku.
(Signed) W. T. ROBINSON,
Dated, 20th day of May, 1904.
Description of Property to be Sold.
Tho following is a description of
the mortgaged property, conveyed
by said mortgage, a,nd which will be
That certain two room, one' story
store building situated on Market
Street, Wailuku, Maui. Said store
building being located on tho prom
ises underlease to the party of the
first part, by lease of Mrs. Sarah K
Alult dated May 12th, 1900, and ap
poaring of record.
Also that certain restaurant build
ing on High Street, Wailuku, Maui
situated on the lot adoimnc on the
Waihee side the residence lot of W
T. Robinson. And said building be
Ing now occupied by MoonChongasa
Also the lease of said lot from John
Tallet to Jim Ah Hoy.
Also all the goods, wares, merchan
diso, stock in trade, furniture, equip
ments, effects, chattels and othc
property of every nature and des
cription of the party ot the first part.
situated in or used about the store of
tlffc said party of the first part on
Market Street, Wailuku, Maui, and
which said store adjoins tho Wailuk
Market, on the Waihee side ot said
Wailuku Market. And all stock and
trade in, upon or about the said stor
or store building.
Also all furniture, equipments and
every other naturo or description of
property in or about the Wailuku
Market on Market Street, Wailuku
and all and every naturo of property
used in tho conduct of said business
Also all outstanding accounts or
other Indebtedness of whatsoever
naturo due or owing said Jim Ah Hoy
fronj said storo or market business.
or. rum uuy ouier source wnatsoover
- A good, experienced man to tako
care of Coft'eo Plantation.
Apply to R. C. SEARLE
h Bagasse Furnace
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CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii.
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