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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 25. 1916
NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE
OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
Notice is hereby given that, under
the power of pale contained in the
following mortgage, and additional
(1) That certain mortgage given
by K. Yukoyama and S. Morimoto,
to the Kauai Trading Company, by
instrument dated the 31st day of
January, 1916, of record in the of
fice of the Registrar of Conveyances
at Honolulu, in Liber 44 4, on pages
(2) That certain additional
charge given by said K. Yukoyama
and S. Morimoto to Theo. II. Davies
& Co., Ltd., an Hawaiian corpora
tion, carrying on business at Koloa,
Island of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, under the name of Kauai
Trading Company, of record in the
ollice of said registrar of Conveyan
ces injLiber 437, on pages 3ol-3"3.
The said Theo. II. Davies & Co.,
Ltd., carrying on business at Koloa,
under the name of Kauai Trading
Company as aforesaid, the owner
and holder of the above mentioned
mortgage and additional charge,
intends to forclose said mortgage
and additional charge, and sell the
mortgaged property therein named,
because of the failure of the said
mortgagors to pay to said Kauai
Trading Companv, the sum of ONE
THOUSAND FIFTY ($1050.00)
DOLLARS on or before the 24th
day of June, 1910, as required by
the terms of said mortgage and ad
The above mentioned mortgage
was given to secure the payment of
the joint and several promissory
note of said Yukoyama and S. Mori
moto for ONE THOUSAND (81000.
00) DOLLARS dated January 31,
1910, payable to said Kauai Trad
ing Company on January 31, 15)17,
bearing interest at the rate of 8
per annum, and executed by said
K. Yukoyama and S. Morimoto.
The above mentioned additional
charge was given to secure the pay
ment of further loans and advances
aggregating the sum of ONE THOU
SAND (S1000.00) DOLLARS made
by said Kauai Trading Company to
said K. Yukoyama and S. Mori
moto as set forth in said additional
charge and to secure the payment
of the further loans and advances
aggregating the s u m of FIVE
HUNDRED (8500.) DOLLARS
made by said Kauai Trading Com
pany to said K. Yukoyama and S.
Morimoto as set forth in said addi
On the above mentioned promis
sory note and further loans and ad
vances, after deducting all payments
and credits made thereon, there re
mains due and unpaid on account
of principal and interest up to and
including the 20th day of Julv,
1910, the sum of TWENTY ONE
HUNDRED (82100.) DOLLARS.
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of thirty (30) days
from the date of first publication of
this notice, towit, on the 21 day of
August, 1916, at twelve o'clock
noon of said day, said mortgaged
property, for the reason above said,
will be sold at public auction at the
Store of the Kauai Trading Co. at
Koloa, Island of Kauai.
Terms of sale Cash.
Instruments of sale at expense of
For further particulars apply to
II. Gorman, Manager of the Kauai
Trading Company at Koloa, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Koloa, T. II., this 25th
day of July, 1910.
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO., LTD.,
Carrying on business at Koloa,
County of Kauai, under name of
Kauai Trading Company, the above
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TO BE SOLD.
. 15,933 11. paddy
3 only plows.
2 jacks for raising' weights,
9 horse collars,
9 prs. harness
5 garden hose,
2 old saddles
3 ic. new roie
1 pkge. fish line
1 roll floor matting (new)
10 bags bran
24 bags fertilizer,
5 bags barley
1 large scale
2 old bridles
2 Hawaiian mules
3 Hawaiian mares and 4 horses
4 Hawaiian colts
1 rice threshing machine
1 lot of second hand rice sieves!
1 lot of second hand rice baskets
Sundry pieces leather and leath
Lot of second hand tools
2 flat bottom Ixiats.
fuly 25, Aug. 1-S.
Misses Juanita Speckcns, Edna
IVnniman and (icorgina Wolf, are
the guests of Miss Lulu Weber at
Kukawa mountain house for the
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning: Mrs. F.
T. Schmidt, Mrs. Grote, Mrs. A.
G. Hoon, Miss F. I loon, Miss D.
Hoon, E. A. Knudsen, C. A. Rice,
Mrs. Stubbs, Master Stubbs, Misf
E. Sweeney, W. Waterhouse, II. R.
Grovcr, T. Nott, L. Quonson, T.O.
Brien, J. K. Farley, E. P. Macom
ber, Mrs. S. K. Kanoha, Mrs. L.
Trobiner, MissAkina, MissN.Oishi,
Miss A. Furukawa, E. Lovell, C. L.
Sing, Mrs.Kuhlmann, Master Kuhl
mann, A. W. Olund, C. Bertlcman,
I. Scott, A. Gartley, W. Pfluzcr,
Geo. Figgs, C. E. Sherman, Miss
Figgs, Mrs. Figgs, Miss A. Rober
ficld, Miss Stephenson, Miss D.
Wood, Miss T. Ehnhorst, Miss M.
Balache, E. W. Fernandez, Mrs. L.
K. Chong, II. Rohrig, E. N. Fell,
Ted Vaugham, Miss C. Stewart,
Rev. J. A. Akina, Master Akina,
Miss II. Yamasliiro, Miss II. Kawa
moto, Miss M. Fukushima, Malum,
II. A. Bruce, J. Santos, Goo Kau,
The following arrived by the S.S.
Maui Friday morning: Miss E. A.
Wilcox, C. Uurch, Miss II. Kuhl
mann, K. Murata, G. II. Toulock,
K. Fujinioto, S. Saycgusa, Wm.
Chalmers, P. O. II. Deverill, W. J.
Geoger, Judge Lindsay, F. Bosta,
Nieora, S. Abestilia, L. Petuluna,
A. Morioka, P. Helbish, Mr. Ste
phenofT, Mr. Larsen, Mr. Tuttle,
Mr. Mahoney, Mr. Ricoff, Mr. and
Mrs. Misaya, Miss Misaya, M. J.
Fernandez, Antone Fernandez, Mrs.
Ehara, M. S. Ilenriques, Mrs. Ilen
riques and infant, Miss Ilenriques,
Master Ilenriques, Joe Santos, Mrs.
Santos, Miss F. Sliimamoto, Masa
dio, Pelcs, Scresto, Ichioka, T. To
bayashi, Mrs. C. J. Holt.
Misses Blanche Martin and Mar
jorie Wood are the guests of Mrs.
Hof guard at the Ilofgaard mountain
All shooting privileges over the
Mana lands are hereby cancelled.
Those wishing new permits may
obtain same by applying to the
undersigned. Price, $10.
Kekaha, July 15. 1915.
COUNTY WARRANT No. ...
of the value of 822.20 in the name
of the undersigned. Finder will
please return to John Costa, Home
For The House
David Kanealii, of Wainiha,
Hanalei, Kauai, hereby announces
himself to be a candidate for nom
ination by the Republican Prim
ary for the House of Representa
tives. Wainiha. Hanalei. May 15. 1916.
iwijM II II III
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