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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1907
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The Lahaina National Bank
Clins. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. I.ufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wmlsworth, Director W.
Win. Helming, Vicc-l'rcs.
L,. lJt'Coto. Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
ATiCLOSEr.OFfllUSINESS, DKC. 31, 1906
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts...; 29,446.64
Cash and Exchanges 6,340.56
U. S. Bonds 6,250.00
Other Bonds (Quickly con
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00
Furniture nnil Fixtures 1,142.14
Five Per Cent. Fund 312-50
Capital Stock 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 2.54
Due to Banks 514.40
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
COUNTY OF MAUI (
I, C. D. Iufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
nbove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFICIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1907.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with the provisions
of n certain mortgage made by Ah
Yet', mortgagor, of Lahaina, Island
anil County of Maui, Territory of Ila
wsvii, to Win. L. Decoto of iiahaina
aforesaid, mortgagee, dated the HUli
day of January A. D. "100(5, and re
corded in the Hawaiian Registry of
Conveyances, in Liber 270 011 pages
2(10, 2151 and 202; notice is hereby
given that the said Wm. L. Decoto,
mortgagee, as aforesaid, intends to
foreclose said mortgage for conditions
broken to wit; non payment of prin
olpal and interest.
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three consecutive
weeks from the date of the publiea
tion of this notice, the said mort
gagee intends to and will foreclose
the same, and will advertise for sale,
the property covered and conveyed
therein, and will sell the same at
ublic Auction at the front door of
the Court House in the town of La
haina, Island and County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, on Saturday
the 27th day of July, A. D. 1007, at
12 o'clock noon of said day.
The following is a description of
First. All of the undivided in
terest or share owned by said mort
gagor in tho Uui Land of Mahinahi
ma, Kahana and Kahananui, situat
ed at Kaanapali, Island and County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, and
being all of the same interest or
share conveyed to the said mortgag
or, Ah Yee, by deed of Lilia K. Ka
holua and Ben Kaholua, bearing date
the 4th day of May. A. D. 1895 and
appearing of record in Liber 159 on
pages 170 and 171 of I he Registry of
Second. Also all that certain
piece, parcel or lot of land situated
at Kaanapali, Island, County and
Territory aforesaid, containing an
area of 1.02 acres, and being all of
the same premises described in and
conveyed to the Mortgagor Ah Yee,
by deed of lloomana Hale and Esther
Hoomana Hale, said deed bearing
date the 7th day of Feb. 1897, and
appearing of recoid in Liber 107 on
pages 257 of the Registry of Con
veyances at Honolulu.
Third. All of the undivided in
terest or share owned by the said
mortgagor Ah Yeo in the JIui of
Mailepai, Kaanapali, Island, County
and Territory aforesaid, and being
all 01 the same interest or snare con
veyed to the mortgagor herein by
deed of R. H. Makelcau, dated April
18, 1895. and aupear'mg of record in
Liber 159, on pages 107 to 170 of the
Registry of Conveyances at Honolulu.
Further particulars can be had of
James L. Coke, attorney for Wm. L.
Decoto, the mortgagee named in the
said mortgage, at his law otnee in
Wailuku, Cnuiiiy of Maui, Territory
Dated at Wailuku, this 20th day of
June A. "D. 1907.
Win. L. DECOTO,
Mortgagee, named 111 mortgage
' June 22, 29. July 0, 13.
morale! mal, All Yee, ma ka palapa
la kuai a Lilia K. Kaholua amo Ben
Kaholua. 1 lianaia ma ka la 4 0 Mei,
M. II. 1895, a i kopcia ma ka Buko
159, aoao 170 amo 171, ma ke Keetia
Alua: Mc kola apana aina apn
loa c waiho 'la ma Kaanapali, Moku-
puni, Kalaua amo Teritori i olcloia
uona ka Hi o 1.02 Eka, a oia t.o hoi
kabi apau ia lioakakaia a i hooliloia i
ka inea moraki mai, All Yee, ma ka
palapala kuai a Hoomana Hale amo
Esther Hoomana Hale, i hanaia ma
lea la 7 o Feb. 1897, a i kopeia ma ka
Buko 107, aoao 257, ma ke Kcena
Kakau Kopc ma Honolulu.
Akolu: O ka kuleana apau i ma
helo oleia 0 ka mea moraki mai, All
Yee, iloko o ka Bui o Mailepai, Ka
anapali, Mokupuni, Kalana amo Teri
tori i oleloia. a oia no hoi ke kuleana
apau i malielo oleia i hooliloia ai i ka
mea moraki inaimaka palapala kuai
a R. II. Makckau, 1 hanahs ina Ka la
18 o A perils, 1895, a i kopcia ma ka
Buke 159, aoao 107 a i 170, o ke Ke
ena Kakau Kope ma Honolulu.
E loaa no na hoakaka hou ana ma
ia James L. Coke, Loio o Wm. L.
Decoto, ka mea paa moraki i hoikeia
ma ua moraki 'la, ma kona Kcena
Kanawai ma Wailuku, Kalana o
Maui, Teritori 0 Hawaii. Hanaia ma
Wailuku, i keia la 20 o lune, M. H.
Wm. L. DECOTO,
Mea Paa Moraki i hoikeia ma
Morale! i oleloia.
Iune 22, 29. Mai 0, 13.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
GEORGE FORSYTH, late of Kula,
Maui, deceased, before Judge A. N.
Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Final Accounts and
Discharge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of A. K. Forsyth, of
Kula, Maui, Executor of the Last
Will ar.d Testament of George For
syth, late of Kula, Maui, deceased,
wherein he asks to bo allowed
t3,355.00 and he charges himself with
$3,355.00, anil asks that tho sarno
may be examined and approved, and
that a Una! order may -be made of
Distribution of the property remain
ing of his hands to the persons thereto
entitled, and discharging him and his
suroties from all further responsi
'bility as such Executor:
It is Ordered, that Monday the
29th. day of July, A. D. 1907, at 10
0 clock A. M. before tho Judge of
said Court at tho Court Room of the
said Court at Wailuku, Island of
Maui, be and tho same hereby is ap
pointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, jf anytuey nave, why the same
should not be granted, and may pre
sent evidence as to who ar entitled
to the said property. And that
notico of this Order, in the English
language, bi published in the "Maui
News," a weekly .newspaper printed
and published in Wailuku, for three
successive weeks, the last publication
to be not less than two weeks pre
vious to tho time therein appointed
for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 20th
day of June, 1907.
(Signed) A. N. KEPOIKAI
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal.) (Sd) Edmund II. Haut,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
June, 22, 29, July C and 13.
On the road between McGregors
Landing and Kahului Store on Tues
day evening May 20 a watch fob with
Masonic Emblem. Finder will leave
same at this ollice and recoivo ro
IIOOLAHA IIOOKO MORAKI.
1 kuhke ai me ka mana 1 holkcia
ma'oko o kekalu palapala moraki i
hanaia e All Yeo, mea moraki tnsi, o
LiUhania, Ai. Kupuai ame Kalana o
Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, ia Wm. L.
Decoto, o Lahaina i oleloia, mea paa
moral;'), i hanaia ma ka la 13 o lanu
an, m. u. tiiui), a 1 Kopcia ma Ke
Keena ivaua'i ivnpe 0 Hawaii 1101,
ma ka liur.o au, aoao 'Jbu, Ubl ame
2(2; ke hoolahaia aku nei a Wm. L.
Decoto i oleloia, mea paa moraki
oleloia, e hooko aku ana oia i ua 1110
raid 'la no ka uhaiia o ua kumu ae
like o ua moraki 'la, oia ho', ka boo-
kaa oleia ana i ke kumupaa amo k
A ke hoolaha houia aku nei, a hik
aku i ekolu mau pule mai keia la -iku
o puka nei keia hoolaha, c pariku aku
ana ka mea pan moraki, a c hoola
haia aUu ana ua aina 1 boopaaia ma
ua moraki 'la, a c kuai ia ana ma ke
kudala a la-a mu ka puka mamua
ka Halo Hookolokolo ma ke kaona
Lahaina, Mokupuni ame Kalana
Maui, Territory o Hawaii, ma ka
Poaono, ka !a 27 o Iulai, M. II. 1907
ma ka hora 12 awakea o ia la.
Penei ka hoakaka o ua aina i ole
Akaht: O ko kuleana i malielo ole
ia o ka mea moraki mal iloko 0 ka
Hui Aina o Maliiuahiua, Kahuna amo
Kahananui, 0 waiho 'Ia ma Kaana
pall, Mokupuni amo Kalana o Maui
Lahainaluna High School held
Teritori o Hawaii, a oia no hoi ka
mahclc apau i hooliloia ma! I ka mea lot interest to all.
itssevcnty-sixtli annual commence
niont exercises last week, and r
large and appreciative audience was
in attendance from Lahaina. This
school has at this time a bright
future before it, anil Principal
MacDonald, ably assisted by Mrs.
Ma'cDonald and his corps of instru
ctors, are to bo warmly commended
for the sincere and painstaking la
bor that they have so unstintingly
lavished upon the work in hand;
esurrecting from the ashes of its
past a once famous school, to still
point out the road to character per
fecting and mental training to the
youths of Hawaii.
The old "Lahainaluna Song" sung
by the school was followed by the in
vocation address by the Rev. David
White. "Hail Silent Night" was
then beautifully rendered by the glee
club of the School. Then followed
tl 0 essays by tho gradating class
"Kaahumanu" was the subject se
lected by Kane Lohiou, in which he
ave a brief account of her life and
labor in the cause of education.
"Industrial Education" by Jetudo
Morimoto, a Japanese student was
highly interesting. "Our Home in
this World"by Eddie Holckunihi, well
delivered and instructive, was follow
ed by Wallace Saffery witli his essay
entitled "Agriculture" its Study and
Practico". This address, perhaps
the most interesting of the day, on
account of its subject and its appli
cation to tho industrial conditions in
Hawaii was enjoyed throughout.
Following tho general outline of
study, Saffery jrave a practical ill
ustration of grafting, illustrated by
diagrams on the black board, and with
skill and precision he performed the
operation on a small pear tree.
The Field and track events were a
feature of the day and tho boys show
groat interest in making these sports
a feature to tho School. The pole
vault was won by Eddie Smyth at 8
feet. The running jump by Robert
Keaupuui at 4 ft. 11 ia. The running
board jump was tied at 10 ft 2 in by
Keaupuni and Mio.
Eddie Helekumhi took the 100
yards dash in 12 sec, and also the 50
jardsdash in 1 sec. Botli the half
mile relay and tins mile relay were
by the Malo. District which District
scored in total points made in all
events. Tho Principal hasiinstituted
County Government in the school and
tho boys practically go erd them
selves. For convenience tho division
lias been made into two Districts,
called Malo and Hitchcock. Eeacli
of tho Districts have their Board of
Supervisors, Sheriffs, Judges, Offl
cere etc. and the whole set have the
duties prescribed by the Constitution
governing their acts. This is a splen
did innovation ar.d one which will
assist the boys in gaining self reli
ance and a practical knowledge of
the system of government.
Tho last of the exercises, and in
which all present strenuously joined,
was tho Luau, which closed a day full
The Lahaina Kindergardeii, to
which Mrs. L. K. Simpson Is Prin
cipal, hold the closing day's exercises
on Friday afternoon, attended by mi
morons paren's and friends. Mori
than eighty little ones went through
tho work with her and with happi
ness depicted on their merry little
faces. The Honorable and Mrs. II.
P. Baldwin have given Lahaina a
strong influence for good 'n provid
ing a school of this kind for the homes
in town, and under tho direction of
Mrs. Simpsrn, its Principal, that, in
(luenco is strongly asserted.
The School of the Sacred Heart on
Thursday evening gave a public en
tertainment at thoir Hall, and the
program throughout was certainly
one of the best scon here for years,
ft was in fact a performance which
would rank with its kind anywhere
as one of the very best. This school
is doing excellent and faithful work
and the other schools ol the District
will hove bard work to keep pare
with it in discipline and in sound in
struction. Father Thomas is Prlnci
pal, and the Misses Keohokalole as
Under the direction of Mrs. Rowe
na Hose, tho Government School
gave an entertainment, at the Jap
anese Show House on Thursday ov- n
ing which was well attended by
parents and others. Mrs. Hose is a
proficient musician and Assistant
Principal of the School and the ro
suit of her work is apparent.'
The Reverend Mr. So, who has
charge of the Japanese Methodist
Episcopal Church at Lahaina, lias
been enabled by his energetic labor
and assisted by the generous contri
butions of friends of the work, to
erect a large hall nn tho church
(.wounds for meetings, and other set
tlement work. Tho Pioneer Mill
Company of Lalaina, by its manager
Mr. Barkhausen, donated the land
for tho Mte of the building.
On Saturday last invitations wore
issued to a number of friends to at
tend the entertainment given in com
memoration of the event, at which
meeting congratulatory and other
addresses were made by the Rev.
Mr. Wadman, the Rev. Mr. Ming,
tho Rev. Mr. So, and Messrs Fuji
rnoto, Masuda and others.
A number of prizes were awarded
to tho classes of tho Japanese school
which is conducted by Mr Soon the
After the program an ample and
delicious feast was spread out on
tables sot out in the open air under
tho bright light of a perfect moon.
Willi the bright hued lanterns string
ed about the trees and grounds,' tho
scene will be long remembered by
those fortunate enough to be there.
At the Church of the Holy Inno
cents, on Saturday afternoon, Miss
Francis Napaepae and Mr. Nuuhiwa
were joined in the bonds of matrimony
by the Rov. Canon Weymouth.
After the ceremony a very dainty
repat was provided lor tlie hundreds
of friends who attend, at the resi
dence of Mrs. Kauwenao'e.
Queen Liliuokalanl, arrived from
Hilo on the last "Kinau," and is
residing with Mr. and Mrs. G. G.
Seong at their now residence "Mauna
Mr, and Mrs. D. K. Haysoldcn and
family have removed toKau, Hawaii.
J. V. Kerr and his McKmiey colt,
"THE WINNER," arc doing splendid
work and both are getting in fine
condition. Johny prophesies an easy
Dan T. Carey, has undergone a
hard week's training, to makeweight,
and from the reports ol his hotel
keeper, ho will succeed in a day or
two. He is also sanguine of success,
and many think that Dan knows
a thing or two. D. L. Meyer, as
usual will say nothing, and when a
reporter asked him for a little in
formation regarding the sure winning
propensities of the other two, ho
merely smiled, and said, "THEY
ARE NOT UNDER THE WIRE AS
YET" From all nppcarai ccs, it
seems that thero will be a battle
royal on July 4th, b.Hweou those
throe kings rf the sulkv, and
that wltiush it, will remember
long as they dont forgot it.
liana School Closing Uxcociscb.
The liana School held its closing
excrciseses at the va::alua Utiurch
last Fiiday the 21st inst. at 7.30 in
This large struck turc was tastily
decorated with Palms and flowers
for the occasion by tho scholars and
at 7.30 sharp the pupils commenced
their prog amine which consisted of
Tho different grades from the tiny
tots in the primary to the Highest
grades scholars went through their
different parts in a most credible
manner which goes to show tho
efficiency of their teachers consisting
of Mrs. Fram ably assisted by Miss
E. Cameron and Mrs. Omsted. They
surely desoive the support of the
community at largo for the wounder'
ful showing made. The improvement
in their pronunciations of English was
very noticeable in all their dialogues
Miss Cameron was in charge of the
singing ar.d she truly showed her
ability as a pest mater in this
Space does not permit the printing
of the programme.
Thi,s schoal will rank with any on
Maui, second prehaps, only to tho
High school at Wailuku which carried
off the bun at tho recent visit of tho
It is to be hoped that tho Board of
education will continue to favor the
school with good teacher in order
that the work that has already been
accomplished will not be lost.
Seing is Believing.
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Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
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