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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1916.
John A. ralmer, of the Oahu tax div
ision office, was a visitor to Maui last
Saturday gathering data for a now
pditlon of the Courtland Hotel guide
of Hawaii. Mr. Palmpr who is propri
etor of thp Courtland, has been issu
inc thp little guide book for 9 years,
and it has come to he recognized by
nil tourist agencies as one of the best
books of its kind issupd in the Islands.
II. Cooper and Miss A. Cooppr, who
have bepn attending St. Louis College
and the Academy of the Sacred Hearts
Kaimuki, respectivply, will leave in
the Claudine this afternoon for their
homes in Hana, Maui, w here Uiey will
spend the summer vacation. Adver
tiser. Mr. Edwin Hughes, who came over
from Honolulu to attend the wedding
of his son Robert to Miss Alice Walk
er, is at the Hughes beach bungalow,
for a couple of weeks. Later he, with
his niece, Miss Emma Hughes will be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Venhizen
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin, who has been
visiting on the Coast for sevpral
months, was a returning passenger
by the Matsonia, which rpached Hon
olulu Wednesday affprnoon. She is
exr"ctpd to arrive on Maui tomorrow
E. C. Moore, of the Hawaii oxperi
ment station extension division, at
Kuiaha, is in Honolulu thisweok, on
John O'Rourke, the well known
horse trainer, was a passpngpr to Hon
olulu by last Saturday's Claudinp.
Mrs. Jack Borgstrom, who has bppn
ill in the Paia hospital is now re.
covering nicely from the effects of
the operation she was compelled to
to undergo. Mr. Bergstrom is on Ha
waii this week on business, and will
return in a few days.
Mrs. Henry W. Kinney, wife of the
territorial s uperintendent. of public
instruction, who has been visiting
friends on Maui for the past several
weeks, returned to her Honolulu home
on Monday night.
Mrs. A. C. Gilmore was a departing
passpngpr to Honolulu this week,
where she will visit her daughter and
young grandchild for a month or so
before returning to her home in Berk
David S. Wadsworth, son of R. A.
Wadsworth of Wailuku, who has been
in Boston taking a business course '
for a year or more, is expected horn by
for a year or more is expected home
by the Wilhelmina early in July.
Col. and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin are a
gain at teir Hamakuapoko home af
ter several months spent on the
mainland. They stopped in Honolulu
for two weeks, arriving last Tuesday.
Sister Flaviana, sister superior at
Malulani hospital, Wailuku, left this
week for the coast to attend a con
vention of the Order of St. Francis,
in Syracuse, New York.
Dr. E. N. Young, of Kahului, left
this week for the coast for a several
weeks' vacation. He will join Mrs.
Young who has been away for some
Miss Mary Cooper, of the teaching
staff of the Maui High School, will
leave by the Lurline next week for
Mississippi where she will probably
remain for a year or so.
George W. R. King, of the territorial
auditor's office, Honolulu, has been in
Wailuku during the past week making
the regular audit of the books of the
third tax division office.
Charles Mulleitner, wireless operat
or at Lahaina, is in Honolulu this
week on a business trip. His place is
being taken by a substitute operator
Mrs. Grace Billings, and Mrs. C. G.
White and her four children were de
parting passengerson the Manoa, this
week. Mr. White will follow at a later
Raymond Vasconcellos, J. Kahooke
11, A. H. Aiona, W. Afong. A. Silva, J.
Kauhane, H. Drummond and T. Pires,
students at St. Louis College arrived
Tuesday for their summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles Villiers are
in Honolulu attending the graduation
e( rcise at Punahou. Their
d .tighter, Miss Olive, is one of this
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rice retura
edTuesday from Kauai where they
spent a few days afti r attending the
holiday festivities in Honolulu.
A. F. Tavares, manager of the Maul
Pinenpple Company, left for the city
by Monday night's boat on a short
J. N. K. Keola, deputy in the county
auditor office, is in Honolulu this week
on business connected with the Valley
Isle Theater, of which he is manager.
J. W. Holland, yard master of the
Kahului Railroad at Kahului, leJt for
the coast this week for a vacation
which he expects to spend in the east
Mrs. C. J. Beggs, head nurse of the
Puunene hospital, returned home this
week from a vacation spent on the
Mrs. Wm Haley of Honolulu, who
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Charles Bailey of Haiku, returned to
her home last Saturday.
Mrs. John Vasconcellos, of Kahului,
returned home from Honolulu on
Tuesday where she attended the grad
uation exercises of St. Louis college.
II. R. Pcnhallow, manager of the Wai
luku Sugar Company, was a business
visitor in Honolulu this week.
Rev. S. K. Kamaiopili, of Honolulu,
was a visitor in Lahaina this week on
a short business trip.
Mrs. S. E. Taylor, of Hamakuapoko,
is attending the anniversary exercises
in Honolulu this week.
J. A. Medeiros, of Hana, was a bus- National Bank, was a visitor to Ilono
iness visitor to Wailuku the first of lulu this week.
Manager Tharos of the Orpheum
Lyceum circuit announces that, follow,
ing the picture show at the Kahului
Lyceum, on the evening of July 4, a
a dance will be held for the patrons.
The Maui Music Club on account
of the vacation absences of many of
its members will not hold any further
meetings until September, when an
announcement will be made as usual
In spite of the fact that the steam
er Manoa did not arrive in Honolulu
until last Friday, 3 days late owing to
the longshoremen's strike in San
Francisco, the vessel made Kahului
earlv Sunday morning, took on her
quota of sugar by about 3:30 o'clock
Monday morning, and got away from
Honolulu again on Tuesday morning
at her usual hour.
John Torres, of Puuncne was fined
$23 andicosts In the Wailuku district
magistrate's court, on Tuesday. - for
committing an assault and battery on
Ah Ram, a Chinese ice-cream peddler.
Aor.nnir in the ev nence, lorrcs
found fault wltl the quantity of the
frozen confection which the ancient J
Celestial sold him for 15 cents, and ,
' , .i. .. . in ti rnnrt :
fior rbimninir the cream in the road
beat the Chinaman up in a brutal way.
John A. Noble, a native of Waika
pu. Maui. but. who has lived in Hon
olulu for some years past, died at the
Beretania sanitarium last Saturday
after a short illness. He was 48 years
of age. He is survived by 2 sons.
tm. ,i.w.onoi.ii wag nt one time a well
known jookov, and as such was well j
known all over the territory.
Announcement 1, . mad; ;
a c,esh in iXinaluna !
" r,n.rt rtrit-hi hovs over !
III,- ,n , . .... ...
15, who have passed the 5th Grade
have an excellent opportunity. Board
and tuition costs nothing, and expens
es for the year will not exceed $20.
The first night. ofSunday movies,
it Snnrlnv was a hie success in both
CM' II I'll I III "V m r- - " -
Wailuku and Lahaina. All three o
, lr rP Crowded to capacity Plantation Company. It consists of
the theaters were crowded to capaci fiopo of
houses- , . ,,an. w.nk i eT 'attle. W. F. Sanborn, manager for
The lumber schooner ;the plantation, will conti nue as man-
leman is due to arrive at Kahului with ; acpr A. S. Wilcox was principal
a cargo of nor west lumber, early in tnckhodpr ,n the prnceViiie corn
July. ! "my.
The next mail for San Francisco r,.(jon in tne niatter.
will go by the Matsonia sailing from n
Honolulu next Wednesday, June 28. n GoodlnR Flel(1 (he fathPr of the
Thp steamer Kilauea is taking the , TTRwnli Tuna Club, arrived home this
run of the MaunaKea for a few trips ,
while the latter vessel is undergoing ,
minor repairs in Honolulu.
CORPUS CHRISTI TO BE
CELEBRATED NEXT SUNDAY
The celebration of the feast of Cor
pus Christ!, at the St. Anthony'B Cath
olic church, Wailuku, on next Sunday,
promises to be even more largely at
Vion nsunl. Excursion rates
iril'l' i'. '"-' .
I V tlin rqlTrnfld i
are being onereu uy i"- ;
The exercises will begin at 6 a. m. and
solmn high mass will be ceiennueu
10 o'clock. The fair and sale of fancy
articles promises to be unusually at
tractive. Rev. Father Juslin will be
assisted in the services by most of the
members of the Catholic clergy of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
iTthe matter of the Estate of Annie
Thompson, late of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is herby given to all per
sons having claims aeainst the Estate
of Annie Thompson, late of Kamaoie.
Kula. Maul, deceased, to present the
same to the undersiened (Charles E.
Thompson"! the executor of said es
tate, at said Kamaoie, Kula, Maul,
within six months from date of pub
lication of this notice, or, payment
thereof will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku. Maul, this 15 day
of June .1916.
..CHARLES E. THOMPSON.
Executor Estate of Annie Thompson,
June 16, 23.30, July 7, 1316
Senator W. T. Robinson, accomp
anied by his daughters Miss Hannah
and Miss Eva, will sail today frorn
Honolulu by the liner Niagara for Van
couver, by which route they will go
direct to Wathlngtonl. Laer they
will tour the mainland for several
months before returning home.
R. W. Linton, who has been con,
nected with the Maui Drygoods & Gro.
eery Company for several months,
has accepted a position as clerk with
the Wailuku Sugar Company.
The sum of $25 was contributed at
the Children's Day services held at
the Kahului fnion Church Sunday
school, last Sunday, the amount to go
to relieve the suffering in the Balkan
'Judge D. W. Wailehua, of Hana. re
turned home on Tuesday after a short
visit in the city.
J. Garcia was a week-end business
visitor to Honolulu last Saturday, re
turning on Tuesday's Claudine.
John O'Rouke, the horse trainer
sailed by the Manoa on Tuesday for
Mrs. V. C. Schoenberg and son re
turned last Saturday from a week's
visit in Honolulu.
R. C. Searle, of Lahaina, was a pass
enger to Honolulu by the Kilauea,
John E. Gannon, manager of the I.a
haina Store, made'a quick trip to Hon
olulu this week.
Miss Mary Holoholokalani of the
teaching staff of the Wailuku public
school, is visiting in Honolulu.
W. F. Pogue, chairman of the Maui
loan fund commission, is in Honolulu
this week on business.
C. D. Lufkin, cashier of the First
On the Other Islands
Kauai Has School Row
Th failure of the department of
public instruction to re-appoint Mr.
:ni'l Mrs. H. C. Brown as principal and
teacher or the Walmeh. school, has
stirred up a big rumpus on the Gard
ne Island. Last week the Kauai cham
ber of commerce took (he matter up
nnl appointed a special committee
to Investigate the matter. Governor
Pinkham has declined to take any
Must Tax Officers' Autos.
The supreme court has sustained
I lie opinion of Judge Ashford to the
effect that automobiles owned by arm
y officers may not be exempted from
taxation, even though same may hp
tiod to a largp extpnt in line of thp
officers' duty. The case has been in
the rorts in one phase or another
fr upwards of a year.
Governor Pinkham has refused to
interfere on behalf of Mr. and Mrs.H.
' Brown, principal and teacher of
Walmea, Kauai school, who were
re'uscd reappointments by the board
"r school eotiim ssionors recciiMv
n epidemic of typhoid fever is rag
1 on X;uni. Seven new cases at
' town of Nawiliwilt were reported
The laborers of the Honokaa Plan-
n'ion are talking of going onstrike
on account of the delay in paving
H'r'i their bonus for April and May,
V'- TT. R-ce. of Kaua, l been elected
''V the Kauai Chamber of Commerce
lo represent that Island on the Hawaii
Promotion Committee. He succeeds
Cyril O. Smith.
Hanalei ranch, or Prineville Plant
ation as It is also known, was sold
this week for $250,000 by the Lihue
WPPi from a trjp to loj, Angeles
w-,(ro j,p won a trophy for catching
a 25-pound yellow tail with regulation
tackle. He states that a large number
of mainland sportmen will be In the
Islands next winter to try out Haw
m iint XX1"1
Prof. L. A. Henke has accepted the
chair of professor of agriculture at the
College of Hawaii, according to an an
noucement made a few days ago. He
iiuu.riiiriiL 1 1 1 I w t i irw unto qku, jh
is a graduate or the I'niversity or
Wiscansln agricultural college and has
been director of agriculture at the,
nei'lcultural school in Elbow Lake,
Entered of Record
THOMAS P KAILIULI to R A Drum-
mond. 1-4 Int in Grs 2010 2886 3361
il tr, iirtialia Ilia Taimn
13, 1916. $385.
THEODORE KAILIULI et al to R. A.
Drummond, 1-4 int in 2010, 2886, 33-
61 and 3341 Kaumabahra etc Kaupo
Maui. June 13, 1916. $765.
HELEMANO AWAHIA to Cassimira A
Drummond, 5 A in share in Gr 382
hui land, Kowall, Hana, Maul, June 13,
VICTORIA K CUM SUN & HSB to R
A Drummond. 1-3 int in R P 7259
Kul 2937 Kumunui 1 Kaupo, Maui,
June 14, 1916. $225.
J S KALAKIELA & WF to R A Drum
mond int In R P 1449 Maui, June 17
JULIA KALAKIELA & HSB to R A
Drummond int In pes land, Kaupo,
Maul. June 17 1916 $700
MARY AH NO & HSB to Charles L.
Thompson int in Aps 2 and 3 of Gr.
468 and int in Gr 2473 Kamaoie Kula
Maul Mar 28 1916 $100.
W B STARKEY to Cassimira A Drum
mond; int in pes land, Niumalu Kau
po. Maui. Feb. 1. 1916. $150.
HATTIE MAULE to R A Drummond:
int In pes land, Hikiaunea, &c Kau
no, Maui. June 9. 1916 $80.
WILLIAM A OAHILL &WF to Chang
Tung: L P 6536. bldgs, rents &c
Kaumiloloa, Molokal, .June 13,1916
WILLIAM H B LINCOLN & WF by
AITt in re ownership of por R P 6727
Kul 8520 Main Street, Lahaina, Maul
June 15, 1916 .
B KINILAU (k) et al to Lum Wha; ps
land, Pihana, Wailuku, Maui. June6
' 1916. 15 yrs. at $10 per an.
Bids will be received by the County
C'erk prior to 2:00 P. M. July 6th
1916, to be opened by the Board of
Supervisors at that time, for the con
struction of a two-room school build
ing at Puunene, a two-room school
building at Paia, and a two-bed-room
cottage at Paia. in accordance with
plans and specifications on file in the
office of the County Engineer. A
copy of the plans and specifications
may be obtained from the County
Engineer on the deposit of $5.00
A certified check for 5 per cent of
(he amount of the tender must accom
pany each bid.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reji'ct any and all bids,
I1Y ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS WITHIN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
WM. FRED KAAE
County Clerk, County of Maui.
June 23, 30.
GALVESTOX, June 19 The gocrtinurt of tlic Mexican slate
of Yucatan has issued a proclamation otdcrin;.; Americans out of the
country and declaring that a state of war exists between the nations ac
cording to passengers who arrived here from I'rogresso. Americans
and other foreigners arc hoarding American gun hoats at J rogrpso
and there is much excitement.
WASHINGTON, June 19100.000 national guardsmen at least
f.re mobilizing today, in the face of gn'.vcsi national call to iolois
since Spanish American war. President Wilson's call yesterday lo the
organized militia of every state for border service put into full swing
the mobilization of guardsmen in 45 states. Call to three "others, New
Mexico, Arizona, and Texas, was issued a number of weeks ago after
the Columbus raid. An official of the Mexican embassy today left a com
munication at the slate department for Secretary Lansing. Contents
Mexican ambassador made request at department for a conference
with Secretary Lansing but to this request Lansing replied that he
was too busy.
17 states have already notified department that they are making
progress in mobilization. Only drilling and recruiting being carried out
now. No plans for actual offensive vet contemplated.
LONDON. I une 19 '1 hat Russians menace Kovel, is rumored in
I'erlin paper. Germans under Gen. von Lingsengen are trying to hold
back .Slavs. Austrians have taken fresh positions between Czerno
witz and the Dneistcr. German General von llothmar reports gaining
advance against heavy Russian pressure.
PARIS, June 19 -German infantry repulsed. Germans' bombard
ment of Dead Man's Hill continues.
HONOLULU, June 19 Signal corps, regulars, of department of
Hawaii, ordered from Hawaii. 75 men and officers will leave earliest
Hawaii G. O. P. in future gels 2 delegates, says A. L. Castle, writing
from Chicago. Territory is mixed tip with "possessions": Hawaii men
sought to clear ap status in minds of mainlanders.
Santa Clara ball team arrived this morning.
HONOLULU, June 19 Word from San 1'rancisco says Judge
Stuart is hot after Pinkham's seal). He attacks Pinkham's land pol
icy in interview inSan Francisco paper.
WASHINGTON. June 19 Gen. Pershing was heard from last
night after President had called out national guard. He says condit
ion is very tense but he is prepared for eventualities. It is understood
liiat Mexican general has a force of 50,000 or 60,000 men with which
lo attack Pershing's force of less than 5000. The President has called
out National guard to the border. State of war really exists on part of
Carranzistas. President Wilson says the Unitect States has no intention
but to protect Americans and chase bandits from border. Mexican
government takes action of Wilson as a declaration of war and state
of war exists along the Rio Grande, without same having been declared.
Preparations for fight being made at all points. Mexicans commit hos
National guardsmen at border will relieve regulars of patrol duty.
California's guardsmen ready in shortest time. Word cabled to war
department that state would have 4000 men ready in 4S hours.
Officials here of opinion Carranza is seeking to provoke war.
Pershing's forces outnumbered 10 to 1.
TUCSON, Ariz. 19 Southern Pacific railroad is siezed by Mexi
cans. Americans flee from interior, while Greasers are armed for con
flict. Telegraph and telephone systems cut off. American refugees
say Mexico has begun war already. Anti-American demonstrations
are occuring everywhere.
EL PASO, June 19 5000 troops at Douglas are awaiting event
ualities. Active preparations going on, on both sides of border.
" SAN DIEGO, June 19 News received from territory of Lower
California indicates she is deserting Mexico. Governor reported say
ing state will remain neutral.
HONOLULU, June 19 Armies on Oahu and national guard
b arn first of Mexican trouble. United States forces here will probably
remain. Governor Pinkham does not think Hawaii's regiments are in
cluded in Mexican campaign according to Washington's plans.
VIEN'NA, June 19 Report is that Czcrnowitz has fallen before
Russians. Austria-Hungary makes official announcement of loss of
stronghold, and general retreat of Teuton forces. Slavs are striking
hard at Carpathians. Teutonic reports are to effect that legions of
Czar are reversed, northward of P.ukowina, but news is discounted bv
HONOLULU, June 19 William Savage dies at Leahi Home after
HONOLULU, June 18 Ad Club receives financial talk from
from city auditor. Detailed account
ury shows how funds are disbursed.
gislature enactment seems to be greatest drawback.
Mayor Lane would have ce'ebration of Kalakua Day. Says he
did more to advertise Islands than
merchants and others.
WASHINGTON, Junt 18 Washington looks for war with Mex-
ico. immediate recall ot troops cnasing raiders oniy assurance oi
peace. 4UU troopers under command
cavalry has crossed liorder and engaged with large torce ot Mexicans
proving to be Carranza troopers, lielieve National Guard may be mob
ilized, to be used as border guards leaving regulars for other work.
bunston hears of attack. Says situation is bad. 1 ransportation facil
ities make things 1iard. International bridges blocked to prevent Amer
LONDON, June 18 Austria
sending troops. Bu'gars also reported having dispatched two divisions
to help Austrians at l'ukowina.
Slavs everywhere reported to be continuing their advance.
CONSTANTINOPLE, June 18 Only less than 2300 officers and
men are now wearing uniforms of Turkish empire.
SEATTLE, June 18 Canal nearly done. When completed it
will give to Seattle a line fresh .vater harbor.
BROOKLYN, June 18 Mrs. Madeline Astor, wife of late John
J. Astor, will be married on Monday to Mr. W in. Auger, the refiner.
Py marrying, Mrs. Astor gives up her $5,000000 income. Money may
revert to Vincent Astor.
HONOLULU, June 17 Dr. Scudder will leave Central Uunion
and take pulpit in Japan. Tokio Union Church in' corresiondencc
with him. He is considering change.
PETROGRAD, June 17 The. Russians are continuing to move
forward on the southeast front. North of Czcrnowitz they have
forced back the Austrians on the boundary between Galicia and Russ
ian Poland, have reoccupied Radziknvo and are only i0 miles north
cast of Lemberg, which they abandoned when forced back by the
great Teuton offensive.
PARIS, June 17 On the west front today the Germans hurled
hand-grenades at French positions on the Avocourt front.
In the region of Dead Man's Hill the bombardment rose to an in
tense pitch. In the Vosges, east of Thann, the French have penetrated
the first and second German lines and captured prisoners.
HEREIN, June 17 Along the Stokhod and Styr river sectors the
Russians are battling with forces under Gen. von Linsingcti. North of
Przelowka Gen, von liothmer and his men are lighting hard w ith the
South of the Dneistcr rivt rAustro-Hungariau troops defeated the
It is estimated that there is enough
waste from the sawmills ol the South
alone to produce twenty thousand tons
of paper a day.
OF THE WEEK
of condition of municipal treas
Fixed charges established by
any other monarch. Oueslion up to
ot ftiaj. rdvani Anderson, mini
calls for assistance and Germany is
Iwo lud Germi.n army corps on way
1 District Magistrate Archie Mahaulu,
I of Waialua, Oahu, has been appointed
j prabat ion ollicer for Oahu succeeding
W. H. Hulton, who recently resigned.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
MORTU AGE UNDER POWER
SALE, AND TIME ' AND
OF SALE. y
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, under and by virtue of the pow.
er of sale contained In that certain In
dent ure of Mortgage dated Hie 10!h
day of Jul., 1!)08, executed, acknow
ledged and delivered by Polly Kalij"!
and JohtvW. Kalua. as Mortgagors, of
Wailuku County of Maui, to Jose V.
Maclclof Makavvao, said County of
Maul, as Mortgagee, of record in the
Office of the Registrar of Conveyances
In Liber 301, on pages 371-374, said
mortgage having been given to secure
the payment of a promissory note fur
the sum of Fifteen Hundred ($1,500.00)
Dollars, of date June 10, 1908, pny;ili!e
two years after date, to Jose V. Ma
ciel, and drawing interest at the rate
of ten (10) percent net above all t a ic
es and assessments, said Jose V. Jla
ciel, the Mortgagee, who Is still the
owner and holder thereof, intends to,
and will, foreclose said niorlgage for
conditions broken, that is to say, for
non-payment of the principal sum i'
on said note, for non-payment of Inter
est due thereon, and for non-payment
of taxes, as per terms of said mort-
Notice is likewise glveTi by said
Jose V. Maciel, Mortgagee, that on
Saturday, the eighth day of July. 1016,
at twelve o'clock noon of said day,
the several parcels and tracts of .i"d
and property described in and con
veyed by said Mortgage, and hereun
der also described, for the reasons a
bovo stated, will be sold, as a v.hol",
at public auction, at the front entrance
to the Court House, in the town of
Wailuku, County of Maui, Territory
Terms of sale: CSII.
Deeds at. expense of purchaser.
For further particulars regari-g
this sale apply to J. A'. Maciel. of
Maknwao, Maul, or D. II. Case, Wailu
ku. Maui, attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this June 1,
JOSE V. MACIEL, Mortgagee.
The following is a description of the
property described in and conveyed 1 y
said Mortgage, and which is to be sold
under the foregoing notice:
All those certain lots, pieces and
parcels of land situate In lao Valley, in
said Wailuku, bounded and descrih d
as follows: .
(a) Portion of Apana 2. Land Com
mission Award 418 to Halualani:
(b) Portion of Apana 2, Land Com
mission Award 490 to Hapaweuwei':
(c) Portion of land to J. D. Have
kost, in the Hi of Puakea, KeoneuU,
The metes and bounds of said three
pieces of land as a whole being rs
Beginning at a point three feet in
side the fence, the East angle of tlr's
lot, and running:
S. 66. ',4 degrees, W., 8.00 Chi-v.s
along road and,Konohiki;
N. 85. degrees W., 3.20 Ch t-s
N. 3 degrees E., .68
alley-way to Kamaka;
S. 86 degrees E., 1.97
Chains a' vg
S. 71. degrees E.,
N. 7. i degrees W.,
West, .29 Chains along Kama' n:
S. 7 degrees W., .38 Chains along
N. 60 degrees W., 2.88 Chains al mg
Kamaka to three feet above junction
of ditch to Kaima auwal;
N. 88. 1-3 degrees E., 5.02 Chains n
long South side of ditch;
N. 80. 14 degrees E., 2.0S Chains a
S. 79. V-i degrees E., 2.97 Chains along
S. 70 degrees E., .70 Chains a'org
N. 84. degrees E., 1 30 Chains
along Konohiki and acrosT the Gove-n-ment
Road to the initial point, n'
containing an area of 3. 161-1000
Acres; area of one Poalima. 6-100 Ace;
area of a portion of Napla Ar-ifi.
83-100 acre; exact ana 3.07110(10
Acres; the said described premiri s '
being a port ion of ihe lands con veyed
to said Mortgagor by deed of Porcns
R. Decker, dated May 17, 1907, and re
corded in the Registry of Deeds in
Honolulu. Oahu, in Liber 291 ,fr.l! -g
321 et seq.
(d) One piece of land in Land Com
mission Award 406 to Napela, a:vl A
pana 8 of said Land Oommis ion
Award 406 to Napela, containing rn
area of 5-100 of an Acre: the sane l e
ing a portion of the lands convoyed o
said Mortgagor by deed of Dorcas IX.
Decker, dated February 6. 1907. and
recorded In said Regisirv of Deed", in
Liber 287, folios 287 ct seq.
June 2, 9, 16, 23.
The examination of chauffeurs will
be at the following places to i s-ue
Permanent Chauffeur's Certificates
and Rent Service Applications.
MAKAWAO TAX OFFICE On Sat
urday, 21th day of June, between the
hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.
PAIA DEPOT On Sunday and Mou
day, 2.".th and 2Cth day of June, be
tween the hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P.
LAHAINA COl'RT HOUSE - On
Wednesday and Thursday, 28th and
29lh day of June, between the hours
of 9 A. M. arid 3 P. M.
WAILUKU SHERIFF'S OFFICE -On
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 3nih
day of June, 1st and 2nd day of July,
between the hours of 9 A. M. and 3
June 9, 16, 23, 30, 1916.