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MortRMftcec's Notice o? Intention
to Foreclose, onil of Snle.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of the power of sale
contained in tlmtcertnin Indenture of
Mortgage, dated the 28th day of July
A. I). 1890, executed, acknowlodL'i'd
and delivered by George E. Miner, of
Makawao, Isinnd of Mauir Territory
of Hawaii, and joined in by Annie
Miner, his wife, in token of her re
louse of (lower, to Hennv P. Baldwin,
of Haiku, said Island of Maui, mnrt
gagee. said mortgage having been
giver, to smiuro the payment of Two
Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven
.ty Dollars, pavablo two years after
date.and drawing interest at the rate
of eight percent per annum, and now
to bo sold because of the non-payment
of said principal sum, and certain in
terest dun thereon; which said mort
gage is recorded in liber 12G,at pages
155, 15G and 157 in the Office of the
Registrar of Conveyances at Hono
lulu, and whicli mortgage is still held
and owned by said Henry P. Baldwin;
tho Mortgagee intends to foreclose
said mortgage for condition broken,
that is to say, for the non-payment of
iho principal sum therein named and
for the non-payment of interest, as bv
tho terms of said mortgage secured.
Notice is likewise given by satd
Mortgagee, Henry P. Baldwin, that
after tho i-xpiration of three weeks
from the dale of this notice, to-wit,
on Monday, the 11th day of July,1001.
at 12 o'clock, noon of said aay, said
mortgaged property, for the reasons
hereinabove stated, will bo sold at
public auction at the entrance to ttie
Makawadi Court-house, at Makawao,
said Island of Maui.
'' Terms of sale: Cash at the time of
purchase. Deeds at the expense of
purchaser or purchasers.
For further particulars regarding
sale, and "of the property to be sold,
apply to Henry P. Bi.ldwin, Mort
gagee, at Puuncne, Maui, or to D.H.
Case. Attorney for Mortgagee, at
Henry P. Baldwin, Mortgagee
Dated tho 17th day of June, 190
Description of Property to be Sold
The following is a description of the
mortgaged property conveyed by said
mortgage, and which will be sold:
"All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Haiku, Maui aforesaid,
and more particularly described as
follows, to-wit: Commencing at south
corner of this land at stake on upper
edge and north side of deep or Haiku
gulch, on boundary line of Pumalei
and Lilikoi, and running north 04 30
EastG8 J chains along mauka boun
dary of this land, between Pumalei
and Lilikoi to large leaning koa tree
marked x on south and upper edge
of Kailua gulch, tho cast corner of
this land then following along down
on upper edge of lvailua gulch to
stake in Puleihua on upper edge of
gulch at north east corner of this
land; thenco south 71 75 west 53
chains across Haiku along makai
boundary of this land to stake in Kau
hikoa on upper edge and east edgoof
deep gulch, tho south-west corner
of this 'and; then following along up
Huai pali of deep gulch separating
this from Hnliimailc to place of com
mencement containing an area of G74
2-10 acres, and being the samo as de
scribed in Royal Patent number 59,
issued to Edward Miner, and by the
said Edward Miner devised to the
said party of tho first part by will
duly probated: Together with all and
singular the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances unto tho
abovo described premises belouging,
or in anywise appertaining, and also
all tho estate, right, title and in
torest of the said party of tho first
uart (being George E. Miner) of, in
and to tho above described premises.'
Hoolnha Manuo e Ilooko a Kua
a ka Mea Paa Mornlci.
Mamuli o ha matin kuai i hoopaa ia
iloko o kekahl palapala Moraki i ha
naia ma ka la 28 o lulai, M. H. 1890
i hooifiio a haawiia c George E. Mine
o Makawao.Mokupuni o Maui.Tcritori
o Hawaii, a mo Aunie Miner, kan
wnhine mare, ma ka hookuu ana ak
i kona hnpakolu o ka wahiuomare, ia
Henry P. Baldwin, o Haiku, Moku
puni o Maui i oleloia, ka mea paa
moral;!, a o lea moraki i oleloia u
hanaia no Ira uku ana i kekahl nota
Elua Tausaui JMvalu ttuneri amo
Kanuhiku Dab, no elua makahiki
mahopo mai oia maunwa, ma kauku
paneo o 8 pakoneta o ka makahik
ma keia ke hoolaha ia aku nei,, ko ma
kemako nei ka Aei paa moraki i olu
oia c kudala ia nna ua aiua 'la, uok
uku-paner; a o un palapalamoroki la
ua kopeta van ka Liber 120, p. 155,
15G ume 157 ilnkoo ko Kecna Kakau
Kopc, tnu Honolulu, a ela no ko pan
la lu-i ua moraKi la o Henry P. Bald
win 1 olelola; ma keia ko haawi aku
nei ka hoolaha ko makemako nei ka
men pna morakiohooko i ka moraki
1 nleloia, no ko kumu, aole i ukuia ke
kumupua a mo ka ukupaneo i ka
mannwa ihnakakaia al.
A ma keia ko haawiia aku nei ka
hoolaha o ka mea paa moraki ioleloia
Henry P. Baldwin, mahopeo ka pau
nnari) ekolu pule mai ka la aku o keia
hoolaha, a oia no hoi ka Poakahi, la
llolulai, 1904,mn kahora 12oiala, o
na waiwai 1 moraki in, no na kumu i
nleloia malunn, ekuai kudala ia ana
ma ka puku o ka Halo Hookolokolo o
Makuwao, Mokupuni o Maui 1 oleloia.
O ke kumukuai m.t ke dnla kuike.
O na palapala knai ma ka lilo o ka
mea mea o kuai mai ana.
Nona men ikoe o pili ana i keia
kuai, a mo ka waiwai i oleloia, c nlnau
ia Henry P. Baldwin, ka mea paa mo-
aki, xva Puunenc. Maui, a i ole ia ia
H. Case, Loiooka mea Paa Mo-
raki,ma Wailuku, Maui.
Henry P. Baldwin,
Mea Paa. Moraki.
Hanaia i keia la 17 o Iune, 1901.
Papa Helu Waiwai.
O ka waiwai e kuai ia aku ana oia
no keia malalo iho;
"All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Haiku, Maui aforesaid,
and moro particularly described as
follows, to wit: Commencing at south
corner of tins land at stake on upper
dgo and north side of deop or Haiku
ulch, on boundary line of Pumalei
and Lilikoi, and running north G4 30
East ,G8 i chains along mauka boun
dary of this lano, between Pumalei
nnd Lilikoi to largo leaning koa tree
marked x on south and upper edge of
Kailua gulch, tho east corner of this
land then following along down on up
per edgo of Kailua gulch to stake in
Puleihua on upper edge of gulch at
north east corner of this land; thence
south 71 75 wef.t 53 J chains across
Haiku along makai boundary of this
land to stake in liaumkoa on upper
edge and east edge of deep gulch, the
south-west corner of this land; then
following along up Huai pali of deep
gulch separating this from Haliimailo
to place of commencement containing
an area af G74 2-10 acres, and being
tho same as described in Royal Pa
tent number 59, issued to Edward
Miner, and by the said Edward Miner
devised to tho said party of tho first
part by will duly probated Together
with all and singular the tenements,
ereditaments aud appurtenances
unto the abovo described premises be-
longing, or in anywise appertaining,
and also all the estate,right,t itle and
interest of tho said party of the first
part (being George E. Miner) of, in
and to the above described premises."
All accounts duo Jim' Ah Hoy, Wai
luku, Maui, T. H., from November 21,
1902 to dato have been assigned to
The Henry Waterhouso Trust Co.
All persons owing the said Jim Ah
Hoy are hereby notified to make pay
ment to tho authorized collector of
said Henry Waterhouso Co.
Wailuku, Maui, Juno 1, 1904.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of tho laws of 188G:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that tho water
rntflfl fnn flin tnrm nnrUnir Tlnr. Q1
1901, will bo due and payable at tho
office of the Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, on tho 1st day of July,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they aro duo will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, 1904, (30
days after becoming delinquent), aro
liable to suspension without! further
Rates aro payablo at tho office of
the Water Works in the Wailuku
Court Houso Building.
W. E, BAL,
Supt. Wailuku & -Kahului
Wailuku. June 15, 1904.
There is . a rumor on Kauai, cir
culated by a number of Honolulu vis
itors, to the effect that High ShprilT
Brown is about to resign. Tho causa
of this is not known, but it Is stated
that perhaps ho will take chargo of
tho ranch of the JUololcat Cattle Com
pany. Some say that Deputy Attor
ney General Petors will succeed him.
and some say that Warden Henry is
suro to bo the mum, provided Brown
decides to IcaJu the government
Mr. L. von Tempsky of Makawao
was in town on Monday.
Mrs. Cleveland from Chicago is
spending tho week on Maui.
Adam Forsvtho of Waiakoa was a
visitor to Wailuku on Tuesday.
Chris. Conrudt was a passenger to
Kahoolawe by Tuesday's Likclike.
Manager D. C. Lindsay of Paia
was in Wailuku on business on Wed
nesday. Clerk Coelho of tho Circuit Court
haa tendered his resignation to Judge
At tornoy John Richardson of Lahai-
na came over on Thursday on profes
AttornoyA. N. Hayselden of La.
haina was in Honolulu last week, re
turning on the Claudinc.
Principal Atwator of tho Haiku
School was a visitor to Wailuku on
Thursday evening and Friday.
Attorney Georuo A. Davis of Hon
olulu has been restored to his full
rights as an Attorney at Law.
Judge John W. Kalua of Lahaina
spent a couple of days in Wailuku
during tho early part of tho week.
W. O. Smith and Mr. Wittington of
Honolulu catno over yesterday to at
tend a land case before tho Circuit
W. Williamson is on Maui this week
handling goods, wares and merchan
disc in tho-intcrest of tho Von Hamm-.
Attorney Vivas of Honolulu came
over on Wednesday's Claudine to at
tend to legal business beforo tho Cir
W. H. Smith of Honolulu, accom
panied by his wife, will arrivo at
Wailuku next Wednesday, to stay
over for tho races
Mr. George Robertson, Manager of
Brewer & Co., Honolulu, came over
to Maul this week, to look over the
Miss Gay, who has for the past
year been in charge of tho Settlement
kindergarden, left Wailuku for the
Coast last Saturday.
Edmund Hart of Honolulu has been
appointed Clerk of the Circuit Court
for the Second Judicial Circuit, and
will take office on July 1.
Mr. Kichi, manager of tho Yoko
hama Specie Bank of Honolulu is on
Maui on business, and states that no
Japanese bank will bo established in
Dr. Frear, tho Honolulu dentist
spent the week at the Maui Hotel,
and owing to an accumulation of pro
fessional engagements, may remain u
Auditor J. H. Fisher relumed to
Maui from Hawaii by last Fr'day
night's Mauna Loa and spent Satur
day exporting books at Wailuku,
leaving that afternoon for Honolulu.
Misses Violet and Juliet Atherton,
daughters of C. II. Atherton of Hono
lulu came over on Wednesday to spend
tho Fourth with their cousins, Miss
Cleo and Master Hebbard Case of
Mr. and Mrs. Evans of the Kona
Orphanage aro spending a several
weeks' vacation on Maui. Mr. Evans
is a graduate of tho famous Hampton
Institute, and is an old classmate of
Miss Snow of Maunaolu.
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NASIE FROM
June 1 Sonoma S. F,
1 Moana. . Colonies
2 Coptic Yokohama
4 Miowora Victoria, B.C.
6 Novadan S. F.
8 Doric S. F,
10 Alameda S. F,
14 Corca Yokohama
18 Siberia S. F,
21 Sierra..: Colonies
22 Ventura..' S. F.
25 Gaelic Yokohama
29 Coptic - S. 1"
29 Aoran'gi Colonies
1 Sonoma Colonies
1 Moana Victoria, 'B. C
2 Coptic S. F
4 Miowcra Colonies
7 Nevadan S. F,
8 Doria Yokohama
14 Korea S. F
15 Alameda S. F,
18 Siberia Yokokama
21 Sierra S. F,
22 Ventura Colonies
25 Gaelic S. F,
29 Coptic Yokohama
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