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W. L. Hardy of Hana Is in WniluUu
W. F. Pouup wiif in to.vn this week,
serving on thu grand jury.
David Morton of WuiuKoa was in
town this week, utVtuding Court.
Jack Dow of Honokalmu was in town
serving on tho grand Jury this week.
W. P. Fonnell. dcuutv tax assessor
at Punaluu, Hawaii, is visiting Maui
Deputy Sheriff Wittrock of Hanu
is in attendance on Court atWailuku
W. H. Cornwell look Thursday
night's Kinau for Honolulu, to take
In the races.
James Kirkhuid und Ferd Hons of
Kahului visited Honolulu by Thursday
li. C, Seatle of Houolua arrived on
Wednesday morniug to serve his coun
ty as jury mail.
D. L. Meyer of the Maui Wine &
Liguor Co. is expected hone by next
Mrs. James Kirkland of Kahului
was a passenger on last Saturday's
Cluud'uic to Honolulu.
Mr. M. S. Levy is on Maui, looking
after the interests of the subscription
department of the Evening Bulletin.
Solomon Fuller a prominent Hawa
iian from Molokui has been spending
several days past at the county seat.
Deputy Sheriff Wittrock and Cap
tain of Poliqe H. Z. Kaipo of Hana at
tended Court at "Wailuku this week.
R. E. Ford and E. Vaiaholo of Lahai-
ua spent several days at the county
seat this week, doinc grand jury
Judge J. W. Kalua and Attorney
John Kicliard.-nn of Lahaina arc in at
tendance on fourt at' Wailuku this
Wfn. Green, travelling man for M.
Phillips & Co. Honolulu, came over on
Tuesday to Lahaina, and to Wailuku
last i Ight.
Henry H. James, representing the
Fuller & Co. paint and oil house of San
Francisco is doing business with Maui
merchants this week.
Dr. Frear, the dentist, is stopping
at tho Muai Hotel where he will re
main till Wednesday, filling profes
Cashier C. D. Lufkin of the Wai
luku Bank and Manager Wells of Wai
luku Plantation returned from Hono
lulu on Wednesday's Claudlne.
W. E. Shaw, who lias been "rubber
ing"over in Hana District for the past
week, came over to Wailuku on Tues
day, to servo as grand juryman.
Attorney A. N. Hayselden of La
haina and Attornoy Enos Vincent of
Paia have been in attendanco on Cir
cuit Court at Wailuku this week.
Wm Morton came over on Wednes
day's Maui to take a special course
of treatment at the Puuneno Hospital
uuder the care of Dr. R. H. Donegar,
Attorney Jas. L. Coke and T. B
Lyons attended the Democratic Con
vention in Honolulu, and wero both
elected as delegates to the St. Louis
Deputy Attorney General Peters
and stenographer G. Bell of Honolulu
came over on Tuesday night's Kinau
to attend tho June term of Circuit
Court at Walluku.
Auditor J. II. Fisher, who was at
Hilo in connection with alleged short
ages in the land department, stopped
off on Maui on Thursday night, and
spent Friday in Wailuku.
W. M. Mossman, W.n. Bailey and
Wm. Miuer, indicted by tho March
term grand jury on the charge of rob
bcry, wore tried by jury at the pro
sent term of court and found not
Guy Goodness of Ulupalakua is in
Wailuku doing hlsnsual stunt as jury
man, and says that tho Court dont
seem to think that it could do bust
ness at the old stand without him,
Mr. Jas. TJ&yloi'. representing tho
Lewis Publishing Co. of Now York is
on Maui in connection with tho prep
aration of a historical and biograpl:
jCal volume relating to the "Islands
All accounts duo Jim Ah Hoy, Wai
luku, Maui, T. ., from November 21
11)02 to date linvo been assigned to
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co
All persons owjng the said Jim Ah
When the U. S. Transport Solaeo
as approaching Oahu, Operator
Kinney distinctly heard her wireless
ignals, about G BO in tho afternoon.
Mr. Kiunev t-ont a message to the
Now York in Honolulu harbor, and he
received a reply from that vusel, ax
follows: "O. K. We will try her every
en minutes." But the operator on
he New York did not got into com
munication with the Solace till several
ours had elaDsed. After the arrival
of the Solace, Mr. Kinney sent a note
and a cako to the transport's op
erator. When the Solace sailed from
Honolulu, Mr. Kinney was able to
read her signals when shewas at least
75 miles from here. Ho read mes
sages between the Solace nnd tho New
York when neither of thoso vessels
caught signals from the Lahaina of
fice. The Lahaina operator's skill in
receiving messages seems tfi be much
superior to that of tho naval op
erators!. Japanese workmen have been busily
employed in breaking up the old
wreck of tho ill-starred Kilohana, and
considerable portion of the old mate
rial has been landed on the shore of
At 12.30 p. m., last Saturday, the
peculiar tremors of an earthquake
wero felt for several seconds. A chim
ney was thrown df,wn near the wator-
front. In anotVcr place a shed was
partially demolished. In soveral
houses and stores, pictures and plas
ter fell from tho walls, and small
articles tumbled from tho shelves.
Frank Clark, an old resident of
Kaanapali. died at an early hour on
The commencement of Lanainaluna
School took place on Wednesday
morning. A large number of visitors
were present. The program was as
follows: Chorus byfthe School.
Louisiana Exposition, Mandolin Club;
A Heroine of Lahaina, ft'ina Brown;
Chorus Hail to Our Beautiful Queen,
Mina Brown; Essay Lahainaluna,
S. L. White; HuntiDg Chorus,School;
Address, Judge Kahaulelio; Creole
Gelles, Mandolin Club; Chorus Hold
Your Head Up Like a Man, School;
Address, Inspector Charles E. King;
Chorus Song That We Never For-
et, School; Hiawatha, Mandolin
Club; Presentation of Diplomas, C. A.
MacDonald; Hawaii Ponoi.
In tho afternoon there was an in
teresting exhibition of field and track
athletics. Tho officers having charge
of the events wero as follows:
Track Events, Mr. King und Mi-
Miranda; Field Events, Mr. Dods
Mr. Pascal; Starter, C. A. MacDon
aid; Clerk of Course, Mma Brown
Tho cxercisss in which the students
took part were quite interesting and
highly creditable. Judge Kahaulelio
made an eloquent address in Hawa
nan, which was interpoted by Senator
White. In the course of well chosen
remarks Principal MacDonald pre
sented Samuel White with tho diploma
of the school, as ho has completed tho
course of studv with distinction.
The field aud track athletics were
a brilliant success: and a bountiful
luau was subsequently enjoyed by the
many visitors on tho hill. Tne boys
have had little practice in athletics
but made remarkably good records
School-Inspector King was unable to
l Ip f Ip li Tgl) (fh KERBS,WERJEIM8&rllFFER, GENERAL ARTHUR 1 ?.
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Arthur CigSrs Packcd- I
1 gimi Comer fort and King Streets, Honolulu . I
Mortgagees Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and oi Sule.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of tho power of sale
contained in that certuln Indenture
of Mortgage, dated the 21st dny of
November, 1902, executed, ncknowl
dired and delivered by Jim Ah Hoy.nf
Wailuku, Maul, Territory of Hawaii,
as Mortgagor, to W. T Robinson and
Lee Hop, of said Walluku, n Mort
gagees, said mortgage having been
iriven to secure the payment of $850 -00,
and drawlnir interest at the rate
of ten per cent per annum, and now
to he sold because of tho non-payment
of said principal sum and inter
estdue thpreon; which said mortgage
is recorded in Liber 243, ntpnces74,
7G, in the office of the Retrlstrnr of
Conveyances at Honolulu, und which
mortgage is still held nnd owned h
said W. T. Robinson nnd Leo Hop;
the mortgagees intend to foreclose
. . - . ...
said mortgage tor conamons nrouen,
that is to say. for the non-payment
of tho principal sum therein named
and for the non-payment or interest,
as by tho terms of said mortgage se
cured. Notice is likewise given by said
MortcraEees. W. T. Robinson nnd Lee
Hon. that after tho expiration of
three weeks from the date ot tnti
notice, to wit: on Monday, the 13th
day of June, 1904, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, said mortgaged property,
for the reasons hereinabove stated
will bo sold at public auction at thp
entrance to tho Court Uouso at wai
Terms of salo: cash at the timo or
Deeds to be at the expense ot pur
chaser or purchasers.
For further particulars regarding
sale, and of the property to bo sold,
apply to D. 11. Case, Attorney for
Mortgagees, at Walluku, Maui, or to
W. T. Robinson, one of tho Mort
gagees, at said Wailuku.
(Signed) W. T. ROBINSON,
Dated, 20th day of May, 1904.
Description of Property to be Sold.
The. following is a description of
the mortsasred property, convoyed
by said mortgage, and which will be
That certain two room, one storj,
store building situated on Market
Street, Wailuku, Maui. Said store
huildintr being located on tho prem
ises underlease to the party of the
first part, by lease of Mrs. barnh K
Aluli dated May 12tli, l'JOU, and ap.
nearim? of record.
Also that certain restaurant build
inir on Hinh Street, Wailuku, Maui
situated on the lot adoinin on the
Waihee side the residence lot of w,
T. Robinson. And said building be
ing now occupied by Moon Chong as a
Also tho 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 other
property of every nature and des
cription of the party ot the first part
situated in or used about the store of
the said party of tho firs.t part on
Market Street, Wailuku, Maui, and
which said store adioins tho,Wailuk
Market, on tho Waihee side of said
Wailuku Market. And all stock and
trade in, upon or about tho said storo
or store building.
Also all furniture, equipments and
every other nature or description of
property in or about tho 'Wailuku
Market on Market Street. Walluku
and all and every nature of property
used in tho conduct of said business,
Also all outstanding accounts
other indebtedness of whatsoever
nature duo or owing said Jiip Ah Hoy,
from said store or market business
or from any other source whatsoever,
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
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