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Of All Champagnes the Best.
Its Clientage Proves That.
H. Haokfeld "& Co., Ltd.
deed of R. II. Makekau, dated April
18, 18!)."), ami appearing of record In
Liber 159, on pages 107 to 170 of tlio
Registry of Conveyances at Honolulu.
Further particulars can bo had of
.lames L. Colo, attorney for Win. L.
Doeolo, the mortgagee named in the
said mortgage, at liis law oflicc in
Wailuku, County of Jlaui, Territory
Dated at Wailuku, this 20th day of
June A. D. 1!I07.
Win. L. DECOTO,
Mortgagee named in mortgage
r June 212, 20. July 6, 13.
HOOLAHA 1IOOKO MORAKI.
1 "Remember the Maine" 1
j PLACE TO BUY 21
Beers Ales wines
I Maui Wine
& Liquor Co.
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
We Want Your Trade and Will Do Our 3?
g Best to Hold Et. g
The LahaSita National
Chns. M. Cooke, I'rcs. C. I). I.ufUin, Cashier
R. A. Wndsworth, Director W.
Win. Helming, Vice-l'res,
Iv. Decoto, Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OV BUSINESS, DEC. 31, 1906
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 35,976.35
Cash and Exchanges...
U. S. ISoiuls
Other lionds (Quickly
Premium on U. S. Bonds.,
Furniture and Fixtures....
Five Per Cent. Fund
Capital Stock 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 154.36
Due to Banks 212.19
Dqjosits : 35.2S1. 46
Dividend Unpaid 750.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
G. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, 1907.
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with the provisions
of a certain mortgage made xby Ah
Yee, mortgagor, of Labaina, Island
and County of Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, to Wm. L. Decoto of Lahaina
aforesaid, mortgagee, dated the 13th
day of January A. D. 1900, and re
corded in the Hawaiian. Registry of
Conveyances, in Liber 27G on pages
200, 2151 and 2G2; 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 prim
cipal and interest.
Notic6 is likewise given that after
the expiration of three consecutive
weeks from the date of tho publica
tion of this notice, the said mort
gagee inteuds to and will foreclose
thn same, and will advertise for sale,
the property covered and convoyed
therein, and will sell tho same at
Public Auction at tho front door of
thu Court House in the town of La
baina, 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
said property: ' 1
First. All of the undivided in
terest or share owned by said mort
gagor in the Hui Land of Mah'mahi
ma, Kahana'and Kahananui, situat
ed at Kaanapali, Island and County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, and
being all of tho same interest or
share conveyed to the said mortgag
or, Ah Yee, by deed of Lilia K. Ka
holua and Ben Knholua, bearing date
the 4th day of May, A. D. 1895 and
appearing of record in Liber 159" on
pages 170 and 171 of the 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, aud being all of
the same premises described in and
conveyed to tho Mortgagor All Yee,
by deed of Hoomana Halo and Esther
Hoomana flak, said deed bearing
date tho 7th day of Feb. 1897, and
appearing of record in Liber 107 on
pages 257 of the Registry of Con
veyances at Honolulu.
Third. All of tho undivided in
tercst or sharo owned by the said
mortgagor Ah Yee in tl.c Hui of
Mallopai, Kaanapali, Island, County
and Torritcry aforesaid, and being
all of the samo interest or' share con
veyed to the mortgagor heroin by
1 kulike ai me ka mana 1 holkeia
ma'oko o kekahi palapala moraki
hanaia e Ah Yee, mea moraki mni, o
Lahaina, M kupuai amo Kalann o
Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, ia Wm. L.
Decoto, o Lahaina i olelola, mea paa
moraki, i hanaia ma ka la 13 0 lanu-
an, j. 11. liiuo, a 1 kopeia ma kc
Kccna Kakau Knpe o Hawaii nei,
ma ka Bukc 270, aoao 200, 201 ame
2f2; ke hoolahaia aku nei a Wm. L.
Decoto i oieloia, mea paa moraki i
oleloia, e hooko aku ana oia i ua mo
raid 'la no ka uhaiia o na kumu ao
like o ua moraki Ma, oia ho', ka hoo
kaa oleia ana i ke kumupaa ame ka
A Ice hoolaha houia aku nei, a hiki
aku i ekolu man pule mai koia la aku
0 puka nei keia hooluha, n par.iku aku
ana ka mea paa moraki, a e hoola
haia aku ana na aina i hoopaaia ma
ua moraki "la, a e kuai i:i ana ma ke
kudala akea ma ka puka rnamua o
ka Halo Hookoloko'o m.i ko kaonu o
Lahaina, Mokupuni ame Kajana o
Maui, Territory o Hawaii, ma ka
Poaono, ka la 27 o Iulai, M. H. 1907,
ma ka hora 12 awakeao ia la.
Penci ka hnakake o na aina i ole
loia: Akalu: O kc' kuloana i mahele olei
ia o ka inca moraki mai iloko n ka
Hui Aina o Mahinahina, Kahana amo
Kahananui, e vvailio 'la ma Kaana
pali. Mokupuni ame Kalana o Maui,
Teritori o Hawaii, a oia no hoi ka
inahele apau i hooliloia mai i ka mea
moraki mai, Ah Yee, ma ka palapa
la kuai a Ldia K. Knholua ame I3en
Kaliolnn, i hanaia ma ka la 4 o Mei,
M. H. 1895, a i kopc-ia ma ka Duke
159. aoao 170 amo 171, ma ke Keena
Alua: Me kola apana aina apu
loa e waiho 'la ma Kaanapali, Moku
puni, Kalana amo Teritori i oleloia
nona ka Hi o 1.02 Eka, a oia no hoi
kahi apau ia hoaknkaia a i hooliloia i
ka mea moraki mai, Ah Yee, ma ka
palapala kuai a Hoomana Hale ame
Esther Hoomana Hale, i hauaia ma
ka la 7 o Feb., 1S97, a i kopeia ma ka
Buke 107, aoao 257, ma ke Keena
Kakau Kope ma Honolulu.
Akolu: O ka kuieana apau i ma
hclo oleia 0 ka mea moraki mai, Ah
Yee, iloko o ka Hui o Mailepai, Ka
anapali, Mokupuni, Kalana ame Teri
tori i oleloia, a oia no hoi ke kuieana
apau i mahele oleia i hooliloia ai i ka
mea moraki mai ma ka palapala kuai
a R. II. Makckau, 1 hanaia ma i;a la
18 o Apcrila, 1895, a i kopeia ma ka
Buke 159, aoao 107 a i 170, o kn Ke
ena Kakau Kope ma Honolulu.
DA LA KUIKE:
E lona 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 Keena
Kanawai ma Wailuku, Kalana o
Maui, Teritori 0 Hawaii. Hanaia ma
Wailuku, i kcia la 20 0 lune, M. H.
Wm L. DECOTO,
Mea Paa Moraki i holkeia ma ka
Moraki i oleloia.
lune 22, 29. Iulai 0, 13.
The Board of Licence Cominisson
ers for tho County of Maui will Inlu a
meeting at the public room 111 tho
Masonic Temple, Kahulii, on Monday
tho 15th of July 1907 at 1 P. M., to
consider the application to the Pir-
neer Hotel Co. Ltd. for a Wholesale
License to sell into; icating Honors h,
tjin promises known as tho Lahaina
Saloon building, Lnliaino, under tho
provisions of Act 119, Session Laws
All protests or objections against
tho issuance of a licensn uwlor said
application should be filed with the
Secretary of tho Hoard not later than
the time "set for said hearing.
June 14 tli, 1907.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Commis
sioners. Juno 15, 22, 29. July 0, 13.
Spot'tH tit Sunny&tUe.
large number of people from all
over Central Maui attended tlic
sports at Sunnysidc on July 4lli.
The llrt on the programme was the
base ball contest botwern tho Maui
Agricultural Go's aud the l'uunene's.
The contest was a close one and in
the last inning was won by the for
mer team in a score of 8 to 7.
Foot races for the boys under fif
teen years worn participated in by
a number. John Andrews won.
One hundred twenty yards dash
wusnvon by A. M. Simpson of Puu-
The sack race was won by Yoshl
Sixty yards girls race was won by
In the tilting David Fleming won.
A watermelon race was one of the
features of the Jay. The contestants
were tcqiured to rule tneir uor.se j to
a table, dismount and pick up a
melon and ride the course and lay
the melon dow.i on the table.
Manv drouned their loads beforo tne
race was finally won by Ventura.
A potato race w s one of itic races
that alTorded amusement. Tho con
testants picked up potatoes in spoons
and then mounted their horses and
rode the course bringing their pota
toes back to the table, that is a few
did. The winner of this race was
An automobile race was run with
E. F. Deinert, E. O. Born ami W
W. Wescoatt in the race. Deinert
started out at, full speed aud won
easily. P. is said that Woscoalt star.t
ed on low speed and failed to got, his
machine on hi'di snood until too late
In tho. polo contest the Reds easily
A free lunch was served
Do not throw away your
old books. Send tlicm to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.
NtiucK Appointed Cbtn'C-iitctio-
Joseph Nmics has' been appointed
storogrnphor of tho Second Circuit
Court and will assume his duttrs ot
filing his bond in 1 ho f.uni or One
Thousand Five Hundred Dollars aud
the acceptance of. tho same.
This office was created by an act
of the last Legislature.
He and J. M. Kcanu were Hie only
applicants for tho positim .
The Court appointed ' D. H. Case,
J. L Coko and J. M. Vivas as a com
mission to examine tho applicants
and report, on their qualifications.
Tho Commission rrsolved its self
into a mock' court and charged N. K.
Otuka witli fast and furious driving
on Church Street at twelve thirty
i.'clocU at night while drivim: a green
II MeCubbin of Lahaina knows
how tn tell a L'ood story and'hos an
unlimited stock always on hand
While in Wailuku he called at thin
oflije and related the following.
An editor of a country news papei
where telegraphic news was unknown
wont one day to the city to learn
how the great dailies are run.
The first thing that caught ills eye
was tho bulletin board where the
state of Es'President . Clcvclam's
health was written from hour to hour
This was enough for the country
editor and on reaching homo he bor
rowed a black board from the local
school trustees and put it out in front
of his office and announced ho would
place llmreon ail of l no latest news
Time passed and yet 'nothing ap
peared on the board. Persons be
gun to twit the editor on the lack
of news on the board.
At the end of throe weeks tho edi
tor rushed out and wrote the follow
9 a. m. Deacon Jones is ill.
10 a. 111. Deacon Jones is worse.
11: n. m. Deacon Jones has sent
for Doctor Pills.
1.30 p. m. Der.con Jones is dead
and gons to Heaven. May poao
rest with hU soul.
A drummer passed the office that
afternoon and reading thu messages
picked up the crayon and .wrote
CONSTERNATION IN HEANEN.
4.30 p. in, D. aeon Jouos lias not
arrived. Tho worst is feared.
An Lull too to Wed.
Under the heading of "Society"
the San Francisco Call of recent date
publishes the following;
An engagement of genoralintorosl
to ban Franciscans and residents of
Honolulu is that of Mrs. Casllo and
Walter G'fford Smith, formerly of
this city, at present editor of tho
Commercial Advertiser of Honolulu,
Mrs. Castle arrived hero a few day
ago, en route to Europe, Jatid is the
guest of friends across the bay. She
will be joined, e tlior hero or in Ger
many, by Mr. Smith, and there thu
marriage will tak'e place. No date
has boon set.
Mrs. Castle i an interesting and
charming woman. Beforo her mar
Hugo with Mr. Castle stic was in)
structor in Greek at a prominent
Eastern university. " Mr. Castle's
death occured on the fated steamer
E'be, of! tho German coast, some
Walter Glfford Smith is highly
esteemed in tills city and on this
Coast. He was graduated from
Princeton some ttmo in tho eightios,
and soon after began work as a
jot rnullst. In newspaper work lie
ranks as an ablo writer.
The Commission were unanimous
inth&lr recommendation of the ap
pomthinntof Nuncs to tho position
and lie. r?celvod his appointment
Mr. Nunes has been in the employ
of Attorney J. L. Coko for several
years and is familiar with legal terms,
YVnihcc School Closing.
Tho closing exorcises of tho Wai
.hco school woroheld on the even
ing of the 21st. The Teachers
pupils and friends having constructed
a stage in the large church adjoin
ing the school premises. Tho palirs
evergreens aud Japt neso lanterns
used' in decorating wore nrrang2d
with pleasing effect aud the church
j was crowded to its utmost capacity,
A number ol witnesses including many from Wailuku being present.
W.J. Coelho, A. Enos and D. H. j The program o enod with "Geeting
Davis were culled. Their testimony by Hat tie Mnialoha and consisted of
violated every ruin of evidence and 1 some 20 numbers which was all rr-
afTordfid no end of amusement to ecivod with marked appreciation,
those present. Some of the; recitations were excel-
Tho applicants were required to lent and Miss Lavi's "Fai ries" and
take down tho objections and motions' her girls singing cf tho lullaby were
of tho attorneys and the rulings of j both deserving of commendation,
the U-mpoiary indge and read audi. Miss Maulo's boys made a hit in
transcribe their notes.
A number of decisions of various
courts wore read and tho applicants
were required to write rapidly and
road and transcribe the same.
"Our Games" and Iter girls in "Our
l)..ilios," The Rod Whin- aud Bli.c
drill with taiiliii-s was very elToctivo
and th dialogue "The School"- was
g! Believing that interest in art and amateur photo
E graphy in this city will justify the opening, of a thor-
oughly equipped and up-to-date art and photo-supply
1 store wo beg to announce the opening of such an
cslablishmcnt on or about July 15, 1007, and earnestly
solicit tho patronage of all who are interested in these
Our lines will consist of' kodaks, cameras, plates,
films and artists' supplies of all kinds, picture framing.
A specialty will be made of
Developing and Printing for Amateurs
Announc3mont of tho exact date of our opening will
bo made later.
All Our Goods Are Fresh and New.
ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
L. R, CROOK, Prop, and Mi
Fort St. near Kin&$1oraoIuUi.
cfc no B
'Wtiia ti K tamSPJ u b & Till H
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choico
selection of nickol plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for tho Bathtub,
French Plato Glass Mirrors,
Soup Dishes for tho Wall,
Sponge Cups, -
Soap and Sponge Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-15 and -1 fold,
Comb nnd Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Tu tnliler Holders,
Kobe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their boauty and uso,fulnoss they
must bo soon and used. Taken tfs a wholo these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and thoroforo the MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring thorn within tho reach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD ' CO.'S
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