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EVEN'INO nUM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. KIUDAY. AUG. , 1910.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALU
ABLE REAL ESTATE SITUATE
AT HONOKUA. DISTRICT OF
'SOUTH KONA. ISLAND OF HA
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN.
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
SALE. ' .
I'tirsunnf In a Decree of lufclii-
Mire hihI ikle iiihiIc lij (lie llniitrshic
W. J. Itoblnsdn, Thlnl Judge of tilt
Circuit Court of the Hint .ludiiliu!
Circuit of tlic Terrllor) or llnwnl1.
at Chambers, In Equity, on the f.tli
ilny of March, A. I). Ifllu, In nn nc
tlon entitled. "Pnut Muhlendorf.
Mark I'. lloblnwin, James K. Jnegor'
nnil Mm. II. M Allen. Trustee under
the liiBt Wilt und Testament of S t".
Allen, do eased, (oniplalnants, vs.
Ilnwnll Land Conip.ni, l.lmlted. re
spondent. Hill to l'oreelouc Mort
gage;" (Kqult) Division No. ltiTS),
mid pursuant to the further order of
the'Oourt, duly given and made on
the 7th daj of June, A. I), 191'J. dl
rcctlng and ordcrlug it HI! SAI.K of
tlTu'iirbpert) described In the Oecree
of Koieclosuro and Hale herein, nnd
pursuant to the further order of the
Court, duly git en and made on tho
2tst day of July. A. D. 1910, direct
ing nnd ordering a IU:-SAI.K of tho
property described In the Oecree ot
Foreclosure and Salo herein, the un
dersigned, an Commissioner, duly ap
pointed and constituted as such by
said decree of Foreclosure and Sate,
will sell, nt Public Auction, to the
highest and best bidden for cush,
subject to confirmation of the Court,
SATURDAY, THE 13TH DAY OF
, AUGUST. A. D. 1010.
At 12 o'clock Noon of Said Day,
at tho front (mauku) entrance of
the Judiciary llulldlng, In the City,
and County of Honolulu, Territory
of Hawaii, all and singular the prop
erty described In thnt certain Inden
ture of Mortgage dated the 31st day
of August, A. I). 1809, mdq.ptl'.l
executed by the r12Uljl.iVlW'.HiWftl
Land Company, Limited, t.BBArhUel 0,
Allen, and recorded In th8 Office, of
tho Ilcglstrnr of Cortvoyrtnccs, fit Ho
nolulu, In Liber 19C of CortV6yant.es,
nt oages 212-244: salt! tlrdllorty "be
ing, situate nt South jtqna, "island
of Hawaii, Territory of Ilnwnll, ami
being more particularly bounded and
described ns follows, to-wlt:
'1st: All those premises In the deed
of the Trustees ot Kalakaua to T. K.
11. Amain, dated June 13, 1S88, nnd
recorded In Liber 110, page 392, con
taining an area ot 1 4-100 acres, and
duly conveyed to said E. K. Amalu
by deed ot D. P. Nnmauu, recorded
In Liber 118, page 326, together
with all houses on It;
2nd: All the undivided 340 acres
of said K. K. Amalu In'tha'Ahupijaa
of llonokua, S. Kona aforesaid, bong
the sumo premises coin eyed to sad
E.iK, Amalu by deed o'f Kalkajpu itflij
Kawal, his wife, dato March 1.
1899, and recorded In I.llier jjl, pasB
173. ' "
-kSald pioperty will be told In two
Termi of Sale: Cash in United
Btutes Gold Coin; ten (10) per
tl'litr of tho purchase price to be
paid on the fall of the hammer; bal
ance to be paid upon confirmation
of sale by the Court unci execution
and delivery ot deed or deeds by the
Commissioner. Deed or deeds at ex
tents of purchaser or purchasers.
Tor further particulars apply to
Messrs. Kinney, Ilallou, I'rouser &
Anderson, uttornejs for complain
ants, at their offices, 303 Stangen
wald Uutldiug, Honolulu, or to the
undersigned at his office In the Judl.
clary llulldlng, lu Honolulu afore
said. M. T, SIMONTON,
Dated, Honolulu, July 22, 1910.
4676 July 22, 29; Aug. 5, 12.
Notice '1 hereby glren'thnt by
tlrtue nnd In (misname ot the power
contained In that certain mortgage
ninile bV Ktmc'r .1. Ifrcckcnrldge nnd
wife, ot Honolulu, Terrllor) ot Ha
waii, to Cecil lllinwi, dated Do em
ber 4, lflllG, nnd recorded In the
Hawaiian Heglstry of Conveyances In
Liber 289 on pages ltC-119, the said
Cecil Ilrown, mortgagee, Intends to
foreclose said mortgage for breach
of the londltlons in said mortgage
contained, to wit: the non-payment
of the pilnclpiil and Interest when
Notice Is also hereby ghen that all
and singular the lands, tenements
nnd hereditaments In said mortgage
described will be sold nt public auc
tion nt the auction room ot James I'-
Morgan, on Knahumami street. In
Honolulu, City nnd County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on Sat
urday, the 20 th day of August, A. D.
1910, nt 12 o'clock noon ot thnt day.
Tho property cohered by suld mort
gage aro as follows: '
1. All that ccrtnlu plcto or par
cel of land sltuato at Kaluaoloho,
Walklki, Honolulu aforesaid, on the
Lcahl side of Kapiihulu Koad, being
mI 13, Block 6-H, of Kaluaolohe
Tract, and mire particularly de
scribed as follows: Beginning at the
north corner of this lot, being tho
west corner ot Iot 11 on Hoolulu
Koad, nnd running by true bearings
1. S. 74 31' V. CO feet along
2. S. tu 26' B. 100 feet along
N. 74" 34' E. 50 feet along
N. 16 26' V, 100 feet along
Lot it to tho Initial point,
containing an area of C0UO
square feet; tho same being
the iiremlfc-conveyed to
the said Klmcr J. lirecken
rldge by H. C. Hobron, dat
ed November 0, 1902, ana
ot record In the Hawaiian
Heglstry ot Conveyances In
Liber 286, page 275 ct scq
All that certain plccp or par
cel of land situated at Kapnhulu,
Honolulu aforesaid, being known as
Lot 11, tllock 6-K, Kapahulu Tract,
and more' particularly described as
74 34' W. BO feet along
Lot 12, Block 6.H;
N. IS 26 W. 100 feet along
Lot 13, Hlock 6-K;
74 34' E. B0 feet along
8. 15' 26' E. 100 feet along
Lot 9, Illock 6-K; contain
ing an nrea ot 6000 square
feet; same being the prem
ises conveed to said Elmer
J. Ilreckenbrldge by deed of
j:. C. Hobron and wife dat
ed December 1, 10Q6, and
recorded In said Heglstry
In Liber 286, on pages 277
279, Jornis: Cash In U, 8. gold coin.
Deeds at tho expenso of purchaser.
Dated, Honolulu, July 21, 1910,
4676 July 22, 29; Aug. S, 12, 19.
THE FIVE GEORGES
IN ENGLISH HISTORY
IN TIE C1HCUIT CPUHT OK TDK
!"$ Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Llllle
Leonora Ulrd, Deceased. Notice to
Creditors. Notice Is hereby given
that Letters of Ancillary AdmliitsliS-
tlon with the Will annexed have
been issued to Hermann Focke of
the City und County ot Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, as Ancillary
Administrator with the Will annexed
of the Estate of Llllle Leonora Bird,
late ot South Kensington, In the
County ot London, England, de
ceased. All creditors of the said esi
tale are hereby notified to present
their claims against the said estate.
duly authenticated, and with proper
vouchers. If any exist, even though,
the said claims be secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to' the under
signed Hermann Focke, at his office.,
cftrq''jlpffschlacger Company, Ltd., on
KnB apd';llethel streets", lit slird Ho
nolulii, Wltriih six 'W 'months 1from
the date hereof (which 1b the date
' of the first publication of this no
tice) ; otherwise such claims, If any,
will be-forever bnrrod. And all per.
sons Indebted to the said estate are
hereby notlfiod to make Immediate
payment to the undorslgncd as such
Ancillary Administrator at the above
address. Dated ut Honolulu, T. II.,
July IS, 1910. HKRMANN FOCKE,
Ancillary Administrator with the
Will annexed of the Estate ot Llllle
Leonora Ulrd, Deceased. Holmes,
Stanley & Olson, attorneys for An
4(171 July 1B. 22, 29; Aug. 6, 12.
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
Tho present (liorgi- become-, tho from wlint It had been ns a Prince,
fifth rujat (Icotge In English history, '"' his father, he was tncrlHkcn by
tho, five being enibrncd In n period M'"')"''"" n'l madness brought on
of h little less than too joars. J'"'"!' bf M " Illt' ,"" ' M '",
Oeorge I. ns bom In llnnou-r In ,,8o' " wnH """" lll"l,Vl"
1660. the win of Ernest Augustus. lltuary and lacking In .oiisp of lion-
elector of Hamner. He married, In or nn,, klnRl' '"S""
1682, Sophia Dorothea, his cousin. , ., ,
They separated and he Is charge,! with """R0 v "" '" ,,,c "m'"B ""V
having made way with her lover. "" 'liel nmi-icni iraieniago ..mi
Count von Konlgsmark Oeorgo sue- l'f'nK'K P "" l8,t"' "" ""J,0 r
ceeded to the electorate lu 1W8. and urk, hu wns put Into the llo)nl Navy,
obtained a dUorcc from hit wife, ncrp '" dcxelopid InduHrloiis habits
whom he placed In prison, heie sho ?"" ,CRrno" ",c "n" , " "" , ,,
remained until her death In 1727. Ills' hl Brnndinolhers uncle Ham V.
mmh.r n ih .in.mhio ,.f , un he may become kuonn ns the Sailor
of Hnvarla, and the granddaughter of K1,'" ' i'" ,e"J"5e'1 ,,,1I" f1",,,,
James I of England, and the death of em. coiifldciicr. and after lis elder
tho Iluko of Olouctster In 1700 hrothcrVdfcalli ho xNas carefully In;
brought the Hamner line to the- front "cil as iu inc umi.- no ..
He marrJcd, In 10-1. the fiancee of
his; dead brother Princess May of
Teck, nnd since that tlmo he has been
much In the public cjo, nnd has en'
dcarod lilmself to his future subjects
In many waj-s. In 1910 ho mntlo n
tour of tho principal colonics.
Ho comes to tho throiio with the
best wishes of nil factions, nnd finds
tho Empire torn In nnno of the tur
moil of tho Eighteenth Century
There hao been rumors of two
morganatic marriages Into which ho
Is said to hae entered, but If thcro
Is any truth lu these reports tho ro
tjeenco of modern times has not
brought the proof of them to tho surface.
NOTHING SO GOOD
for tho English throne
On tho death uf Queen Anne, tho1
succession fell to Ocorgc, who enmo
our to found tho Hiuiovcrlun D) nasty
In England, followed by his ml (tress
es, whose capacity led to much cor
ruption. Tho King's reign early was
embittered by parliamentary squab
bles, and tho first Jncobltu rising. His
harsh treatment of tils son, aftcrnnrds
Ocorgc II, also resulted In nn oppo
sition party. There were several In
surrectionary plots, which were put
down with difficulty.
Tho King's Indolence, Ignorance,
nnd contempt for his new subjects did
not help to make him popular. Ho
died In 1727, during n visit to Ger
many. In spite of his faults, turnover,
Thackeray pronounced his character
moderate and upright
OFF TO 8EE WHO
Oeorge II (1683-1760) married Wit
hclmtna Charlotte Carollno of Ilrndcn
burg-Anspach In 1705. He was crown
ed.on OcLlI, 1727. His disgrace by
his fattier Tuiti formed n Prlnco of
Wales party which led to grcnt acrl
mony nnd Intrigue. TIiIb was aided
by the gallantry which ho hud In
hcrltcd. One party which favored
Ills queen bitterly opposed him. Like
lils father, ho cnntlnucd to tncddlo In
German affairs, which led to petty
quarrels and intrigues against his In
terests, thereby affecting English l
lltlcs. The Jacobites rose again, nnd Scot
land worried him ns It hnd his fath
er. Like the latter ho made pro
tracted visits to Hanover, which, with
his Immorality and bis neglect of the
queen, caused much III feeling In
England. Uke his father, he quar
reled with his eldest son nnd treated
him with great severity. Ho partly
redeemed himself for his cruelty to
tho queen by n reconciliation wltli
her on her deathbed.
Itoth tho king and hli father wcra
soldiers of no mean order, nnd waged
wari with success at various times.
Ills conduct nt Aschaffenburg nnd
elsewhere made him, for a tlmo, a
popular hero In England. Tho Prince
of Wales died in 17C1, and his royal
father followed him nlna yenrs later.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUIlT OF THE
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii. At Chambers. In Prdbate.
In the matter of the Estate of Lil
Say, Deceased. Notice to creditors.
Notice Is hereby given that the last
Will and Testament of Lai Ha)', lafe
or the city and County ot Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, deceased, has
been admitted (o probate by the
above Court and Letters Testamen
tary granted to the undersigned,
Lum Sec, widow of said deceased,
the Executrix named In the said
Will. All creditors ot tho deceased
or of his Estate are hereby notified1
to present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with the proper vouch
ers. If any exist, even though the
said claims may be secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to Holmes,
Stanley & Olson, Attorneys at Law,
863 Kaahumanu street, Honolulu
aforesaid, Attorneys for said Execu
trix, within six (6) months from
the date hereof (which Is the date
of the first publication ot this no
tice); otherwise such claims, If
any, shall be forever barred. And
all persons Indebted to the said es
tate ore hereby notified to make
payment to the said Holmes, Stan
ley '& Olson, at the above address,
Dated nt Honolulu, T, II., July 22,
1910. LUM SEE,' Executrix.
4677 July '22, 29; Aug, 6, 12i 19.
To the Stockholders ot the Hawaiian
Tobacco Plantation, Limited,
The annual meeting ot the stock
holders of this company will be hol1
at the offices ot Thompson, Ctemous
& Wilder, Campbell block, Honolulu,
on Thursday, August 18, 1910, at P
o'clock a. m.
Honolulu, August 1, 1910.
"Fur Sale" curds ut Bulletin.
Oeorge ill, eldest son of Frederick
Louis and grandson of Oeorgo II, was
born In 1738. Ha passed his youth
In an utmosphere of Intrlguo and Jea
lousy and came to tho throne full of
prejudices "fostered by women and
As a boy ho was sullen, suspicious,
obstinate, but high principled and re
ligious. He was only fairly Intelligent,
being slow and dull wlttcd.
On becoming King In 1760 ho threw
off his Idleness and becanio an Indus
trious monarch. In spite of his luck
of general knowlcdgo ami his narrow
prejudices, ho was a great Improve
ment on his predecessors, Especially
was this truo of his domestic lite. Ho
allowed a small faction of nobles In
swuy him, and thereby veakened the
power of tho crown.
English Internal turmoil under
Oeorgo HI did not got beyond purlla
rnentary and ministerial Intrigue. Out
the obstinacy of the King nnd Lord
North lost the American colonies to
tho crown. After this It became ap
parent that tho King's mind was af
fected. Ho becamo blind, und mad
ness at last selxcd him.
Ho was much moro beloved by his
people than tho to former Georges,
A regency bill wus passed in 1811. Ho
lingered for nine years after that.
Oeorgo IV, tho eldest son of Georgo
HI, was born lu 1762. He was more
extensively educated than any prevl
oils Hanoverian King of England, Ho
was howovcr, disrespectful to tho
.King and given Jo Ijlng, drink and
low company. '6VWng ref usdif nloro
personal liberty by his father, ha em
braced the Whigs and thriw himself
Into the wildest dissipation ot town
life. This alienated mm from ins fa
Among his other escapades he se
cretly married Mrs. Fltiherbort and
lived with her openly. Ills treatment
of his friends was cowardly and trea
cherous. He sjient most ot his time
In drinking and gambling, Ho welch
ed his debts of honor and ran to ex
travagauces of Immorality which
brought the contempt of all decent
To Increase his Income he married
Caroline of Drunswlck In 1770. Later.
by means of conspiracy, he obtained
a illvorco. Ha enmo to the throno In
1820 nnd occupied It 10 cars. As a
atm ' IP
'F A BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE WAS NOT RELIABLE,
TWOTHIRDS OF ALL OF THE BANKS IN THE UNITED
STATES WOULD NOT HAVE IT IN OPERATION. IF THEMA
CHINE WAS NOT TO BE DEPENDED UPON FOR ACCURACY,
IT WOULD NOT BE A PART OF THE OFFICE EQUIPMENT OF SO
MANY OF THE BUSINESS HOUSES OF HONOLULU AND ELSEWHERE.
THE BURROUGHS IS CLOSELY RELATED TO THE NATIONAL
CASH REOISTER AS AN OFFICE HELP. ITS MISSION DIFFERS
SLIOHTLY. FOR WHERE THE FORMER IS A TIME-SAVER, THE
LATTER IS A MONEY-SAVER IN 'THE HANDLING OF CASH. AD
DITI0NS ARE AS SIMPLE AS A-B-C WITH A BURR0UOHS. THEY
REQUIRE NO CHECKING; NO GOING OVER TO SEE IF THEY ARE
CORRECT, FOR WHEN IT GETS THR0U0H A COLUMN, NO MATTER'
THE DIMENSIONS, ONE MAY DEPEND UPON THE CORRECTNESS
OF THE WORK.
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER PRACTICALLY ELIMINATES
DANGER OF MISTAKES IN MAKING CHANGE. IF ,THE CASH JS
SHORT OR OVER AT THE CLOSE OF THE DAY, THE RECORDS
MADE BY THE INDIVIDUAL ENTRIES TELL WHO MADE THE MIS
TAKE, AND WHEN.
THERE IS VERY LITTLE CHANCE FOR A BURROUGHS OR A
NATIONAL TO GET OUT OF ORDER. SHOULD EITHER FAIL IN ITS
DUTY. WE HAVE AN EXPERT WHO WILL GIVE THE MACHINE IM
MEDIATE ATTENTION, AND THERE WILL BE NO LOSS OF TIME,
NO NECESSITY FOR GOING BACK TO THE OLDER AND UNSAFE
METHODS. WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK OVER THE ADVANTAGES
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HEVEIILY, Muss., July 30. Secre
tary of Commerco und Labor Nagel
and Attornoy Gcncrul Wlckcrshum
uro going to' Alaska to find out whe
ther tho Guggeiihelms or tho United
States own that territory. They left
Monday, July 18, for Vancouver, from
which point they took the Albatross,
tho fish commission steamer, for
Alaska, Slnco the fight beforo tho
senate subcommittee on Judiciary nt
the last session. In which charges
and countercharges were made by
Delegate, Wickerulinm of Alaska,
Marshal llosco and District Attorney
Sutherland ot the first circuit on tho
one hand and Governor Clark on tho
other, tho president has decided that
ho wants to know tho truth about
Alaska. Uoyco and Sutherland went
to the extent of charging that the
nuggcnholms, through tho governor
and other officials ot Alaska, control!
ed tho territory nnd thnt (he ousting
of llojco und Sutherland from office
wasi the result of Guggenheim Influ
ence. Attorney General Wlckersham
Biiltl that as the territory Is practl
cally run by the federal Judges and
district attorneys It Is Important that
Washington know exactly what Is go
lug on, and ho Is going to put In a
couplo. of months nndlng out. secre
tary Nagcl said that Ills mission Is to
Investigate Immigrant stations, tho
Alaskan fisheries and the geodetic
suney. The two cabinet officers pro
bably will not return to Washington
before the latter part of September
Tho last body on the French sub
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tho sunken vessel. Twenty men per
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