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1 Alnrtgtigecc's Notice of Intention
I ' 'y to Foreclose, nnd of Sole.
Notice is hereby given that under
,nri . virtue of the iiom-r of sale
combined in that certain Indenture of
Mor dated the 28th day olJuly
A. D 1890, executed, acknowledged
and dpi veri-d by George E. Miner, of
.. Isiandof Maui, Terrilot
uf i . and joined in by Annie
Mine .ife, in token of her re
- -, to Henry P. Haldwln,
of Haiku -aid Island of Maul, mort
tftiitrv . - mortgage having been
given t rothe payment of Two
Tboucaiio I'.ht Hundred and Seven
tvD.'lK' ..'lo two ypars afler
dsiti'.ufi ' . Interest at the rate
of fiv'i y :- i per annum, t)d now
to besuiil k. .u.-'ofthenan-paynu'ii'
of said irvtsr, .1' !irn, "and certain in
ti-roRi dut I.'" t ; which said m.irt
jfuP i fuwtfiodifi liber 12G,.nt pages
165, lftB H'ti 157 1 t ie Office of th
Reiftstmr o" 1 i"vynnces at Hon.
lulu, B:i'l vs u , in.Tt.gngp is still hflo
ami ownci .) -M'i Hi'i.ry P. Baldwh ;
thn Mori.'-.' .! i n tends to forcrlosi
aid nior'.'i .. . ! oudition broken,
Uittt is ti f f" i .'n-paymentcl
ti,p pi-),,. .. .' ii.. 'h.Miin named lout
for the i.''. v ivim ni of interest, as tn
the terms ut snul mortgage secured,
Nolue i- likewise given by sau'
Morlgngfe, Henry P. Kuldwin, that
after the xpii sittdn uf three week
from the dule of tliis notice, to-wit,
on Monday, th- 11 lh i.ay .ruly,1904,
at 12 o'clock mon of s.'i'i day, said
mortgaged prnpprty, for 'lie reasons
hereinaimve s'uti-d, will b hold at
public auction at the entrance to the
Muknwno Court-house, at Makawao,
said Islu of Maui.
Terms' uf foje: Caf.ii at the time of
purchase. Detjdsatlho expense of
purchaser or purchasers.
For further particulars regarding
sale, and of the property lo be sold,
apply to Henry P. Baldwin, Mort
gagee, at Puuneue, Maui, or to D.H.
Case, Attorney for Mortgagee, at
Hkshv P. Baldwin, Mortgaget
Dated the 17th day of June, 190'
Description of Property to be Sold.'
The following is a description of tin
mortgaged properly conveyeo o,y sum
mortgage, and which will be sold:
"All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate iu Haiku, Maui aforesaid.
and more particularly described as
follows, to-wit: Commencing at soutl
corner of this land at stake on upper
edge and north side of deep or Haiki'
gulch, on boundary line of PumaM
and Lilikoi, and running, north 01 30
East 08 1 chains along raauka boun
dary of this land, between Pumalei.
and Lilikoi to large leaning koa tree
marker1 x on south and upper edge
of Kailua gulch, , tho east corner of
this land then following along dowi
on upper edge of Kailua gulch to
stake iu Puleihua on upper edge of
gulch at north east corner of this
land; thence south 71 75 west 53 J
chains across Haiku along makai
boundary of this land to stake in Kau
hikoa on upper edge and east edge of
deep gulch, tho south-west corner
of this and; then following along up
Huai pali of deep gulch separating
this from Haliiraaile to place of com
mencement containing an area of 674
2-10 acres, and being the same as de
scribed in Royal Patent number 59,
issued to Edward Minor, and by the
said Edward Miner devised to tho
said party of tho first part by will
duly probated: Togethor'with all and
singular the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances unto the
above described premises belonging,
or iu anywise appertaining, and also
all tho estate, right, title and in
terest of the said party of tho first
part (being George E. Miner) of, in
and to tho above described premises."
Iloololia Manno e Ilooko a Kuni
a If a Men Pao Moraki.
Hamuli o ka mana kuai i hoopaa ia
iloko o kekahi palapala Moraki i ha
naia ma ka la 28 o lulai, M. H. 1890,
i hooialo a haawiia e George E. Miner
o Makawao,Mok"upuni o Maui,Toritori
o Hawaii, a mo Annie Miner, kana
wahiue mare, ma ka hookuu ana aku
i kona hapakolu o ka wahinomare, ia
Henry P, Baldwin, o Haiku, Moku
punl o Maui i oleloia, ka mea paa
.moraki, a o ka moraki 1 oleloia, ua
hanaia no ka uku ana i kekahi nota o
Elua Tausani Ewalu Haneri ame
Kanahiku Dab, no elua makahiki
mahope mai oia manawa, ma ka uku
panee 08 pakenutaQ ka makahiki,
ma keia ke lioolaha ia akunei, kema-
kemake nei ka'mea paa moraki i olo
uku-pani'f j ti m nvlupultf thnmki li
ua kopeU inn Uu Mnpr 120. ti. 155,
15f .hup 157 llok'i ke Kf'enii Ivakmi
Kope, mn H"iii'iHlii. a w ko win
l.i net ua moi Ul .i e Ht'nrv P Bald
win i olelotui im kehi ko-mi.wi uk
nel ka huoluh.i ke tnnkenmke nei ka
mea paa iiwm!ti'tiookQ.i Wa inoniki
i oleloia, no ko kumn, nhlp I nkuia ke
kumupaa' a me ka ukupanpa I ka
manawa ihnnkaka in ai.
A ma keia Ire hnawila ftku nti kn
honlaha e" ka m ptrn moraki i oleloia
ITenry P. Daldwln, mnhopn n kn pan
ana o pknlu pule mai ka la aku o keia
hoolaha, a oia no hot ka Poaknhl, la
11 olulal. 1901, ma kahnra lliotala. o
na waiwai i moraki iv, no na kumu 1
oleloia maluna,.p kuai kudnla la ana
ma ka puka o ka Hale TIooko!oknlo o
Makawao, Mokupuni o Maui J nlelnia
O ko kumnkuai ma ke "dala kuike.
O na palapala kuai ma kn 'lilt o kn
m,-a mea e kuai mai ana.
No na mea i kne n pili ana i keia
kuai, a me ka waiwai iololj5!o?p ninati
ia Henry P. Baldwin, ka nyl Paanin.
raki, ma Pnunene, Maui, ai nlijia ia
D. H. Case, Loiooka mtia PpaMn
raki.ma Wnlluku, Maul.
Mea Pita Moraki.
Hanaia i keia la 17 o Ijitto; 1904
Papa Helu Wftjwal.
O ka waiwai c kuai ia aku aton oia
no keia malalo lho;
"Ali that certain piece or parcel of
land itnatp in Ualku,o)'"afnr'esnid,
and more particularly described as
follows, to wit: Commencing at south
corner of this laud at stake on upper
edge and north side of deep or Haiku
gulch, on boundary lino of Pumalei
and Lilikoi, and running north 04 30
East 68 1 chains along mauka boun
dary of this latio, between Pumalei
and Lilikoi tolnrgc leaning koa tree
marked x on south and upper edgo of
Kailua guleh, the oast corner of this
land then following nlongdown on up
per edge of Kailua guleh to stake in
Puleihua on upper edgo of gulch at
north east corner oS" this land; thence
south 71 75 wet 53 1 chains across
Haiku along makai boundary of this
land to stake in Kauhikoa on upper
edge and east edge of deep gulch, the
south-west corner of this land; then
'nllowing a!6ng up Huai pali of deep
fiilch separating this from Haliimailu
o place of commencement' containing
an area af 674 2-10 ncres, and being
the same as described in Royal Pa
tent numbdr 59, issued to Edward
Miner, and by tho said Ed ward Miner
devised to tho said party of the first
part by will duly probated: Together
vith all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances
unto the above described premises be
longing, or in anywise appertaining,
and also all the estate, right, t itle and
intorest of thesaid party of the first
part (being George E. Miner) of, in
and to the above described premises."
All accounts due Jim Ah Hoy, Wai
luku, Maui, T. H., from November 21,
1902 to date havo been assigned to
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
All persons owing the said Jim Ah
Hoy are hereby notified tomako pay
ment to the authorized collector of
said Henry Waterhouse Co.
Wailuku, Maui, Juno 1, 1904.
Is Never ,xLk
Tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company's ileamer Hanalin was put.
on the marine railway shortly tiltr
noon yesterday to be cleaned und re
paired preparatory to hor departure
the latter part of the present week
for Sau FrancUoo, where it is under
stood the vessel will be sold.to partic
who will put her ou the cuastiug
Captain Niblack, U. S. N., has re
ceived instructiuns from Washington
to select a sito for a naval wireless
station on the island of O.Uiti. One
of the best sites In the island Bar
ber's Point Is nlremly occupied by
the local wireless telegraph company.
In nceordnnco with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of tho laws of 1886;
All parsons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
nro hereby notified that the water
rates for tho term ending Dec. 31,
jlflOl, will be due and payable at th
tIHce of tho Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, on the 1st, day of July,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, 1904, (30
davs aftor becoming delinquent), are
liable to suspension without further
Rates arc payable at the office of
the Water Works in tho Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. Wailuku A Kahului
Wailuku. June 15. 1904.
Call No. 2.
To the Republican Party of tho 3rd
Pursuant to section 13 of Article 1
of the "Rules oftho Republican Party,
all Republicans, and those wisihng to
affiliate with the Republican Party,
arc requested to meet in the various
Precincts, at their usual places of
meeting, betwepn the hours of 2 and
9 P. M., on the 18th of Juno, and make
nominations for officers for their Pre
The election of officers, nominated
at the aforesaid meeting, shall take
place at meetings of the various Pre
cinct Clubs to be held between the
hours: of 2 and 9' Pi M. of Juno 25th.
Tbo officers' for each Club to be
nominated on the 18th and elected on
tho 25th instances are, a President 2
Vice Presidents a Secretary As
sistant Secretary a Treasurer 3
Judges of Election and an Executive
Committee to consist of 5 members.
Any one qualified to register for the
next general Election, and who has
caused his name to bo entered on the
Precinct Republican Roll, prior to the
nomination of officers, shall be entitled
to vote for said Officers. All voting
shall bo by ballot.
Head Quarters, June 1st, 1904.
W. F. POGUE
Chairman Republican Ex. Comm. 3rd
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