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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914.
Notice of Sale of Real Property for Delinquent
To Wm. K. R1AKAKOA, fl non resident, unci
TO ALL TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I, JAS. N. K. KKOI., Deputy Assessor (inil Collector of Taxes for the District
of Wailuku, Second Taxation Division, Territory of Hawaii, do hereby give notice
that I will, in pursuance of the provisions of Section I266A of the Revised J,rvs of
Hawaii, upon Saturday, the i;th day of January, A. D. 1914, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, in front of the Court House at Wailuku, County of Maui, in said Terri
tory, SKLL ALL THH RIGHT, TITLE, and INTEREST of Wm. K. MAKAKOA,
in and to the piece of land described in Royal Patent 51 1 f, Land Commission
Award 3456 to Keliinui. situate at Kaohe, Ohia, Waiehu, Wailuku District, said
County of Maui, containing about one and 40-I00 acres, more or less (viz: ap. I,
.02; ap. , .10; ap. 3, .53; and ap. 4, .75 acre, ) at l'uhlio Auction to the highest
bidder for cash (gold) to satisfy the lieu for taxes thereon, together with interests,
penalties and all costs as lollows:
Taxes Assessed Upon Said Property as of January I.
Interest Advert. Costs
2.00 . 1. 50 Jf.Ho
together with the costs and ixx-nses of this sale.
Wm. K. MAKAKOA the person assessed as the owner of said property and
from whom the taxes aforesaid are due, ami A 1,1, OTHER PERSONS having any
interest in the above described property , are hereby warned that unless the fore-
g'"f? taxes with all interests, penalties, costs, expenses, and charges are paid be
1 'ore the time herein specified for the sale thereof, the property herein advertised
fjir sale will be sold as advertised.
Dated at Wailuku Maui County, Territory of Hawaii, this December, 15th,
A. D. 1913.
JAS. N. K. KEOI.A,
' Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes, District o
W ailuku, Second Taxation Division, Territory of
Dec. 20, 2-X i9'3. J""- 3. k, 1914.
Mortgagee Notice of Intention
to Forecoae, and of Sale.
NOTICE IS IllEREBY OIVEN that,
under the power "f sale contained in
that certain niortgVge of date May 1,
1910, from Thomas V'lark, of Wailuku,
County of Maui, TertVjAory of Hawaii, to
the Wailuku Market anV Land Company,
Limited, a domestic corporation, of re
cord in the Office of te Registrar of
Conveyances, in Ilonoluhl, in Liber 347,
011 pages 391 to 394, the Ipreseut owner
and holder thereof iutend.V to foreclose
said mortgage and sell tlVe mortgaged
property therein named because of non
payment of principal and intret due on
the promissory note secureiV thereby.
The above mentioned uiortljage was
given to secure the payment ola promis
sory note for Three Hundred lVllars of
even date with said mortgage, lpayable
three years after date, and bearinVc inter
est at the rate of 10 per annumv pay
able semi annually, executed by said
Thomas Clark and Levina Clark, t and
in favor of the Wailuku Market youl
Land Company, Limited; said WailAiku
Market and Laud Company, Limitei
still being the owner and holder of both
said note and mortgage.
NOTICE IS LIKEWISE OIVEN that,
after the expiration of three weeks from
date of first publication of this Notice, to
wit, on Saturday, January 3rd, 1914, at
12 o'clock noon of said day, the said
mortgaged property, for the reasons
above stated, will be sold at public auc
tion at the front entrance to the Court
House, in the Town of Wailuku, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of Sale Cash.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to The
virst National Bank of Wailuku.
WAILUKU MARKET ANli LAND
Bv J. Garcia,
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, December 13,
Description of Property to Be
All that certain piece and parcel of
land located in the southeastern corner
of what is commonly known as and
called the Fishmarket Properly, situate
on the corner of Market Street and Mill
F.oad, in Wailuku, County of Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, the portion of said
property covered aud intended to be
conveyed by this instrument beginning
at the south-eastern corner of said Fish
market lot, at a point marked by air iron
bar (car axle) driven at the corner of the
old board fence, and running by true
.1. 148 30' 46.7 ft. along board fence
to fence corner;
2. 56 0 50I 54 ft. along high board
fence to fence corner ;
3. 328 0 to' 50.2 ft. to au iron pipe
I Yi x 18 alongside
the board fence divid
ing this property from
that of W. T. Robin
son, from which pwint
au old iron pin at m
gle in Robi uscu '
above Kuleana ditcjli
is 52 42' 62.4 ft.
4. 232 0 43' 54 ft. along board fen'ce
dividing this frnu
to initial point, iiud
containing an are 1 of
2616 sq. ft., toge her
with a right-of-way
eight feet in wi.lth,
to run from theiorn
er of this lot ailjoiu-
nig tne lence sur
rounding the Silva
oremises and to con
nect with the road
unnamed along the
back portion or line
of the premises to be
occupied by the Wai
13, 20. 27, 1913. Jan. 3. 10, 1914.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OI
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of JOSE
MONIZ, Late of Waiakoa, Kula, Maui,
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will.
A Document, purporting to be
the Last Will and Testament of Jose
Moniz, deceased, having on the
17th day of December A. D., 1913,
been presented to said Probate
Court, and a Petition for Probate
thereof, praying for the issuance
Letters Testamentary to John
Miguel having been filed by Manuel
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
26th dViy of January, A. D., 1914,
at 10 ovclock A. M.. of said da v.
at the Ctyurt Room of said Court at
VVailukuACountv of Maui, bo mirl
same is hereby appointed the time
and place foV proving said Will and
heanni' saidf aimlication.
It is I'm tllier Ordered, that notice
thereof ha' given, by publication
once a week tor three successive
weeks i;n the Maui News a news
paper; printed and published in
Wailuku, Maui, the last publica
tioa t6 be not less than ten days
previous to the time therein ap
poiniled for hearing.
Dated December 17th, 1913.
(Sd.) S. II. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec
(i4d.) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Sec
Dec, 20, 27, 1913, Jan. :i, 10. '14.
Annuul Stockholders Alec tiny.
The regular Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the Baldwin National
Bank of Kahului, will be held at its
Banking House, at Kahului, Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, on Tuesday, the 13th
day of January, 1914, at Ten o'clock A.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Dec. 13, 20, 27, Jan. 3, 10.
LODGL MAUI, No. 984.A.F.&A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visit ng brethren are cordially in
vitee to attend.
hi. R. BKVINS, R. W. M.
I A. L. CASK,
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, Dec. 31. The reception to Governor I'inkham was
the biggest American gathering seen here for years. His policy is
published in The Advertiser this morning, and it lias made n good im
pression. W. II. Fnrringtnn is reported to have resigned from the
Republican County Committee.
Walter Rcvell is back, and now nsks for a chance to make good.
His defrauded friends don't look favorably on the proposition.
Mayor Kern will appoint the tieu Civil Service Commissioners on
HONOLULU, Dec. 30. Plans for reception of (iovernor upset
through delay of steamer. Does not arrive till 9 p. m. today.
W. R. Farrington boosted for president of Merchants' AsKocia-
S. 8. Makura left Suva five days late.
General P unston endorses McCarn's attitude in regard to prize
Tw soldiers accused of murdering Japanese at Iwilei now waiting
Mayor will appoint new Civil Service Commissioners. Wirtz re
fuses to serve and Doyle may be chairman.
Koii'i tobacco crop sold for record price.
HONOLULU, Dec. '2!). McCain has put the lid on boxing match
es here and says he will not allow them lo be pulled off even at the
Captain Tripp died yesterday, after a couple of days illness.
' The Chinese baseball team defeated the Hawaiis by a score of 1
to 0 yesterday.
The Honolulan will not arrive till late on Tuesday evening.
HONOLULU, Dec. 27. Medeiros dead in San Francisco. His
confession involved Mis. William Welsh, who is said to have ftirn
ished him money to get away on.
Ad Club preparing reception for Pinkhani, who arrives here Mon
day. Pinkham is not opposed to bonds. Mott-Smitli will remain in
ollice for a while.
Makura believed to be three days late.
Rev. E. R. Smith, pastor of Methodist Church will make a fight
for the life of Ferguson.
CHICAGO, Dec. 30. Moyer is recovering quickly from his
wound. He says he will return to Calumet with a body-guard.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 30. The body of E. C. Darcy has been
found in the river. The man has been missing for some time and Ins
death is classed as a mystery.
SACRAMENTO, Dec. 30. '1 he northern rivers are nearly Hooded
and the danger mark has been reached.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30. The Schmidt jury has disagreed as to the
sanity of the man.
SAN FUANCISCO, Dec 30
the exhibition building.
Lincoln Heachy flew today within
De la Harra, (he Mexican anvoy liar departed
Four million dollars has been raised as a
TOKIO, Dec. 30
LONDON, Dec. 30
loan for Hu rta.
HATH, Deo. 30. The drhij-n for the neht challenger has bit n
accepted by the New Yoik Yacht Club.
PRESIDIO, Deo. 2'J. Rebels nttatlud Orizco's force; -100 lied
across the board, but returned to Mexico later. Many killed
WASHINGTON, Dec, 29 Rumor that General (iorg.is will be
appointed Surgeon General of U. S Army.
LOS ANG K LKS, Dec. 29. -Ferris has changed his mind and will
fight for life in higher court
MONTREAL, Dec. 29. No water supply to fight fire should
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29. It in shown that the production of
U. S. A. amounts to ten billions of dollars.
CHICAGO, Dec. 29 Hullet lias been removed from Moyer's back.
MELBOURNE, Dec. 29. S. S. "Tasman" wrecked off coast of
Papua. Has Madame Nordica on board. None lost. '
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 28. R. Ferris, alias Bostick, was fonnrj
guilty of highway robbery and murder and sentenced to death all
within two hours.
OAKLAND, Dec. 28. Melville lias escaped fro11 jail. He held
up a citizen and took his clothes from him.
CHICAGO, Dec. 28. Mover has arrived here. He is wounded in
the back and is in a serious condition.
SPRING FIELD, Dec. 2S Four hundred telegraphers have been
lischarged in anticipation that they would strike on account of tele
phones being installed.
VERA CRUZ, Dec. 28. Representative Lind has warned all
Americans that they should not take part in any strife as they will
lo so at their ow n risk if they do. The United Slates will not protect
any American w ho takes part in any fighting on either side.
CALUMET, Dee. UU. Eighty persons are now known to be dead
as result of Christinas horror. City is in mourning, and a public
funeral is planned. It is charged that man who raised the cry of fire
is employed by Citizens' Alliance and he will be lynched if caught.
SAN FTiANCISCO, Dec. 26. Thousands of unemployed adrift in
city were given Christmas dinner through the Cooperative Bureau of
Employment. Mayor Rolph, made statement early in the day in
which he offered to guarantee that the unemployed be cared for until
NEW YORK CITY, Dec. 2G. Seventy families are homeless at
Seabright. Several hotels and many homes have been undermined
by tremendous seas sweeping coast. A velocity of 90 miles an hour
TOKIO, Dec. 2G. Senor Francisco de la Harru was received bv
secretary at Imperial Palace and met Emperor today. He presented
letters from Iluerta, thanking Japanese for their participation in Mex
ican centennial two years ago. Later de la Harra was waited on bv
committee from the Imperial Parliament and presented with a sword.
I lie speakers made an attack upon the United States denouncing
American discrimination against Orientals and criticizing their own
government for participation in the Panama Exposition.
BERLIN, Dec. 2G. Announced today that all European Powers
had agreed on assumption of Albanian throne bv Prince Wilhelm.
PURE KAUPAKALUA is becoming tlio favorite
table wino of Maui just because it is pure and
Ask your dealer to pive you a free sample and
then order a gallon.
Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor Co. Lid. Haiku, Maui.
The Honolulu Iron Works
have a machine which is a complete
woodworking plant in itself -there
being 16 operations possible of per
formance with only a change of
parts. The machine is the
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Colors to stand the exposure necessary to farm work.
, THE STUDEBAKER WAGON
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Now with the
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Will prepare plans ami Kpeeifiea
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Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
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Drays, ICxprcss Wajj.ms, Ilujjies, etc.
Harness mid SaiMIe Morses; 7-seate'r
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We guarantee to make all steamer and
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