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ME MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1907
V. T. Robinson is eroding a fine
resilience on the Cummins cniner
lot that he recently bought. The
house will be oecupinil by Comity
Attorney D. H. Case.
The County Engineer is pi epai wig
to have the old plank side walk be
tween the Enos corner and the Maui
Publishing Company removed and n
cement wulk laid there.
The dance at the K. F. Hall for July
3rd has been postponed.
Don't forget that the entries for
tho Fourth of July will close next
Monday at five o'clock with the
Secretary of the Association at the
Maui V're & Liquor Co.
On the first of July the Archives
Commission consisting of Secretary
Atkinson, Prof. Alexander and A.
P. Jud 1 will have the filling of the
position of assistant to Custodian
Lydecker author. zed by the L?gU
lature. John II. Wise, clerk of the
House at the late session, is the only
one thus far mentioned as an appli
cant. If your horse is not entered by
Menday at five o'clock you cannot
race him on the Fourth of July. .
There will be a name of base biil
tomorrow afternoon at Well's Park,
Wailuku, between the La Palmna's
The Maui Realty Co. has disposed
of a largo portion of tho property it
has for sale and those desiring a good
business or residence site should
- apply at once.
Official ruco programs will be in
sale at Ihis office next Wednesday at
The Maui Aid Association has just
completed the repairs of the JIuelo
Church. Mr. W. E. K. Maikai super
iutendented the carpenters and did
the hauling of the lumber and sand.
' The church has been thoroughly re
novated and looks like a new building.
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin, Rev. and Mrs.
James M. Alexander of Oakland and
Mrs. Helen G. Alexander of Honolulu
visited their old homo here in Wailu
ku last week. They were guests of
Rev. and Mrs. R. B. D:ulge.
Mr. Samuel K; Tooraey,- who era-
(limt.pH frnm tlm KampLnmplm
Schools last month is spending the
summer in Wailuku. Under the
direction of the Hawaiian Board of
Missions he is beginning a carefully
prepared religious census of this dis
trict, lu September Mr. Toomey
expects to enter the Normal School
The Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church has closed its meetings
for the summer. At the last meet
ing Miss Mary P. Green of Chicago,
a guest of Mrs. R. B. Dodge, gave a
very interesting, informal talk on
her recent trip to China and Japin.
Rev. Doremus Rcudder, the new
pus tor of Central Union Church, Ho
mlululu, sailed with his wife on the
Sierra for a three month's much
needed rest on the mainland.
Notice of Fire Company Election,
Notice is hereby given that the
Volunteer Fire Company for the
town? of Wailuku and Kahului will
meet at t lie Court house at Wailuku,
Maui, on Monday July 1st. 1007, at 7
o'clock p. m. for the purpose of hold
ing the biennial election of officers of
of said Company.
All members are urged to be pre
sent mid take part in this election.
Dated n't Wailuku this 21th day of
June A. D. 1907.
JAMES L. COKE,
Chief Engineer, Wailuku and Ka
liului Fire Company.
NOTICE CONCERNING POUNDS
AND POUND MASTERS FOR
THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
The following named places and
enclosures in each of the Districts of
the County of Maui are hereby estab1
lished as pounds for impounding
District of Wailuku: The County
Stable Yard situated in Wailuku
south of the County Building and
fronting on Rogers Lane.
P,und Master, Frank Summerfeld.
District of Lahuina: The County
Stable Yard situated in Lahuina in
the. rear of the English Church, and
fronting on the street leading to the
Pound Master, C. A. Buchanan.
District of Makawao: The County
Stable Yard situated at Paia on the
Paia-Makawao road near the resi
dence of S. Hocking.
Pound Master, David Morton.
District of liana: Situated at Ka
waihapapa in liana near the resi
dence of Frank Wittrock, Deputy
Tound Master, M. Naeole.
Board of Supervisors within and
for the County of Maui.
By WILLIAM HENNING.
W. F. Kaae,
Wailuku, Maui, June 27, 11)07.
June 29. July 6, 13.
J. A. Harris of Kahului left tor
'Houolulu Wednesday to employ ex
perienced labor for his harness fac
tory. While there he will purchase
more machinery hiiJ tools for the
better equipment of his plant. He
is expected back today.
"The Rev. Canon Ault retuins
from Honoluld today here he lias
been attending Convocation. Service
in the Church o' the Good ShepHerd
will be as usual "morrow.
William Williamson and George
Cooke of Honolulu returned Wednes
day from Nhiku wheie they have
mads a thorough inspection of the
D. H. Davis returned Tuesday from
S. Hocking of Paia left fttr Hon
olulu this week to bring his children
home from school.
Brothers Frank, Charles and Mau
rice of St. Anthony's School were
passengers to Honolulu this week
where they will remain a few weeks.
Charles Rose of the County Clerk's
oflico was a passenger to Honolulu
T. A. Lloyd of the Kahului Railroad
has resigned his position us head
bookkeeper and will leave soon for
Entries close Monday at five o'lock
for he Fourth of July races.
Commissioner's Notice of Sale
of Real Estate.
Situate in the District of Lahaina,
Island aud County of Maui, Territory
Pursuant to an Order made by the
Honorable A. N. Kepoikai Judge of
the Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, on the 19th
day of June, A. D. 1907, in an action
entitled, "S. K. Lukua et al v. Mary
Keahiena et al," (Suit in Partition,
Equity Division No. 3G,) the under
signed, as Commissioner, will sell at
Public Auction to the highest and
best b'dder, subji-ct to confirmation
of the Ccurt:
On Saturday, the 27 th day of July,
A. D. 1907, at 12 o'eloi-k noon of said
day, at the front entrance of the
Court House, at Lahaina, District of
Lahaina aforesaid, ail and singular
the following described Real Estate,
to wit :
1. Alt Uvxl certain lu'iil sraiate in
the town of LiUhaina, oVtcribea as
JK'giiuiiiig at a po.si on lie o.iun-
d.iry net-ween U!iao and Aki at Ui
South East comer of a kalo patch
belonging '.o Kekuanaoa.ar.d running:
N. 40 3 K-,
N. 370 K.,
S. 60 0 K.,
0.92 Chains along Kuaka-
2.60 Chains to the place of
coimiieiiceiiiL-iit, containing an area of
3 Koods and 8 Poles, conveyed to James
Mathews, by deed of L. S. Ua and wife
I'uuiwai, dated March 22, 1S51, record
ed in liook I of Deeds, page 292
2. All that certain portion of land
situate at Aki, described as follows
N. 30 0 E., 2.30 Chains along J. Mat
S. 63 o E..
S. 57. U W., 1.43 Chains along Kuaka-
S. 430 V.' 1.05 Chains along Kuaka
tnautia; containing an area of 1 Chain,
I in. sold to James Matthews by deed
of Kekuauaoa and wife Knahuuiauu,
dated September 27; 1859, and recorded
in Liber 22, page 210,
3. All that portion of the Ahupuaa
of Uhao, bounded and described as
Lot No. 1. Beginning at the North
corner by Government Road and
S. 41. Yj 0 W., 4-19 Chains along N. side
of Timoteo Road adorning Lot 4, Aki
S. 450 W., 6.27 Chains along N. side
of Timoteo Road;
0.27 Chnins along James
3.04 Chains along Jnmes
2. 1 1 Chains alone Sam-
S. 40. J 0 E., I.24 Chains along Aki:
N-53-43 E., 2.31 Chains along Uhao
N. 38' V.,
N. 42 0 E.,
M- 39- Yi K., 3-20 Chains
N. si. 'A0 E.,
N. 46 0 W.. 0.60 Chains along Govern
ment Road to place of beginning.
Also Lot 3: Beginning nt the
South West corner and running:
S. 84 3 E., 0.44 Chains along Aki;
N. 4 K., 4.22 Chains along Aki;
N. 68 3 V, 0.16 Chains nlong Aki;
N. 19. Jj0 E., 1.70 Chains along Aki;
N. 36. 2 o V., 1.09 Chains along Aki;
S. 33-Vz W., I.76 Chains along Aki;
S. 51 0 K.. 0.78 Chains alone Aki:
S. 3 0 W. 4.77 Chains alone Aki to
place of beginning, conveyed to James
Matth ews by deed of F. S. Pratt and
Elizabeth Pratt, dated October 28, 1865,
being a portion of L. C. A. 4SII to La
anui, recorded in Liber 22, page all.
4. Share of Kato in Hui Land of
Mailepai, Kaanapali, Maui being
part of R. P.l(iG3, conveyed to paid
James Matthews by Kaio, by deed
dated May 4, 1861.
Excepting and Resprving,however,
all those pieces or parcels of land sold
by S. E. Bishop, Administrator of - he
Estate of James Matthews, under
order of the Court, which are as
1. That portion of land situate at
Uhao, Lahaina, to wit: ' ,
Commencing at the South corner
of said land, and running:
N. 390 W., 1. Chain along Kekua-
N. 450 E., 1.81 Chains along Gov
N. 37 0 E., 1.30 Chains along James
S. S4-2 0 W., 1.78 Chains along Kuaka-
mauna to place of commencement, con
taining an area of 21-100 of an Acre,
conveyed to the Board of Education by
deed dated May I, 1867, and recorded
in Liber 23, page 374.
2. That portion of land situate at
Uhao, Lahaina, to wit:
Commencing at a stake on the
Government Road at the junction of
this and Matthews, and running ma'
kai along South side of the Govern
S. 45-X W., 3.32 Chains to adobe wall
and school premises; thence
S. 37- E., 1. 19 Chains alone school
N. 550 E., 0.97 Chains along Kuaka-
niauna to angle; thence at right angle
to last line to South and East 0.12
Chains; thence ,
N. 52 0 E., a-39 Chains along Kalo
S. 41.0 E., 0.09 Chains along end of
kalo patches; thence
N. 490 E., 1.37 Chains along stream to
Matthews end; thence along Matthews
to plaee of commencement, containing
an area of 64-100 of an Acre, more or
less, conveyed to James Campbell and
Henry Turton, doing business under
the name and style of Campbell and
Turton, by deed dated June 8, 1 870,
and recorded in Liber 30, page 130.
A lot 130 teet oy 50 feet of the Ian ft
described as 3 herein,, is leased to
Kiota for a term of 10 years from
September 1, 1906, under the follow
From S. N, Lukua, at $50. per
From Mele Keahh-na, at (50. per
Another lot 175 feet by 75 feet i
eased to Okamuio for a term of 10
yen rs, from September 1, 19ii(i, at
$50. per anr.uin.
Said premises are to be sold with
all buildings .unl Improvements there
on, and the a ppii' lenanecs t: the
TERMS OF SALE: Cash in Unit
ed States Gold Coin. Deeds at the
expense of the purchaser or pur
chaser or purchasers.
For further particulars, apply to
Magoou and Lightfoot, attorneys for
the Plaintiffs, at Honolulu. Oahu, or
to James L. Coke, attorney for the
Defendants, at Wailuku, Maui.
EDMUND II. HART,
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 27,
June 29, July 6, 13, 20.
Congressional party No. 2, arrived
in the transport Crook in Houolulu
on the 23rd instant and are on Maui
this week. The party consists of
Congressmen J. M. Reynolds, E. M.
Higgins, W. W. Cocks and James
McKinney, with members of their
families. After visiting the islands
they will proceed to the Philippines
hi the transport Sherman on July 15.
George Maxwell, Deputy Jailor of
Wailuku left for Honolulu Weduesday
with three loug term prisouers. He
will return this morning.
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