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Notice i hereby given that under
and by virtue of the power of sale
contained in that certain Indenture of
Mortgage, dated the 28th day of July
D. 1890, executed, acknowledged
and delivered by George 13. Miner, of
Makawao, Island of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, and joined In by Annie
Miner, his wife, In token of her re
lease of dower, to Henry P. Baldwin,
of Haiku, said Island of Maui, mort
agee, said mortgage having been
given to secure the payment of Two
Thousaud Eight Hundred aud Seven
ty Dollars, payable two years after
date,nd drawing interest at the rate
of cicht percent per aunum, and now
to bo sold because of the non-payment
of said principal sum, and certain in
terest dun thereon; which said mort-
gngo is recorded in liber 12G,at pages
155, 15C and 157 in thcOHlco of the
Registrar of Conveyances at Hono
lulu, and which mortgage is still held
and owned by said Henry P. Baldwin;
intends to foreclose
said mortgage for condition broken,
that is to say, for the non-payment of
Imahopc mai olu manawa, ma kauku-
paneo o 8 pakeneta o ka makahlkl,
ma Ueia ko hoolaha la nku nel, he ma
koninko nel ka mci paa mornkl i ole
oia e kudala ia nna ua alna 'la, noka
mea nolo I ukula ke kumupaa amoka
uku-pance; a o ua palapala mornkl la
ua kopeia ma ka Liber 120, p. 155,
15G ame 157 ilokoo ko Keona Kakau
Kopo, tnu Honolulu, a clu no ko paa
la nci ua moraKl la o Henry P. Bald
win i oleloia; ma keia ko haawl aku
nel ka hoolaha ke makomako nel ka
men paa morakiohooko 1 ka morakl
I nleloia, no ke kumu, ante I ukula ke
kumupaa a me ka ukupanco i ka
manawa ihoakakaia al.
Amakela.ko haawiia aku nel ka
hoolaha o ka moa paamorakiioleloia
Henry P. Baldwin, mahopo o ka pau
ana o ekolu pule mai ka la aku o kola
hoolaha, a nla no hoi ka Poakahi, la
Ho Iutai, 1004,raa ka hora 12 oia la, o
nn waiwal i mnraki ia, no na kumu 1
ololoia maluna, ekuai kudala ia ana
ina ka puka o ka Halo Hookolokolo o
Makawao, Mokupuni o Maui i oleloia.
0 ke kumukual nu ke dala kulko.
Q na palapala kual ma ka lilo o ka
mea moa e kuni mai ana.
Nona mea ikoo e pill ana i keia
kuai, a mo ka walwali oleloia, e nlnaU
tho principal sum therein named and
for the non-payment of interest, as bv ja Henry P. Baldwin, ka mea paa mo
the terms of said mortgage, secured. rnj., wa pUunene, Maui, a i olo ia ia
Notice is likewise given oy sniu
Mortgagee, Henry P. Baldwin, that
after the pxplration of three weeks
from tho dato of this notice, to-wit,
on Monday, the 11th day of July.lOOi,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day, said
mortgaged property, for thereasons
hereinabove stated, will bo sold at
public auction at the entrance to the
Makawao Court-house, at Makawao,
said Island of Maul.
Terms of sale! Cash at the time of
purchase. Deeds at the expense of
purchaser or purchasers.
For further particulars regarding
sale, and of tho property to be sold,
apply to Henry P. Baldwin, Mort
gagee, at Puunene, Maui, or to D.H.
Case, Attorney fpOJortaagee, at
Henry P. Baldwin, Mortgagee.
Dated tho 17th day of June, 190A
The date of the above sale is, con-
The Bant of Hawaii
darv of this land, between 'Pumalei
tlnued to, and wUl be had on, Mon- Und LIHkol to large leaning koa tree
marked x on south and upper edge of
Kailua gulch, tho east corner of this
land then following along down on up
per edge of Kailua gulch to stake in
Puleihuaon uppor edge of gulch at
north east corner of this land; thence
Tho following is a description of the south 71 75 wei.t 53 1 chains across
day, the 25th of July, 1904, , at the
same hour and place, aud subject to
the same terms as, provided in the
Description of Properly to be Sold.
Incorporated Under tho Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
.Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
F. W . Macf arlane. .2nd Vico-Presicen t
C. H.' Cooke Cashier
F. C. Athertou. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry "Waterhouse, E. D. Tennoy,
J. A. McCanuless, v. H. Athertou
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apd Savings Business.
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D. H. Case, L010 o ka moa Paa
rakl,ma Wailuku, Maul.
H ENiiy P. Baldwin,
Mea Paa Mnraki.
Hanaia i keia la 17 o Iune, 1904.
Ua hoopaneo ia ka hooko ana o ka
Kuai Moraki maluna ae a i ka Poaka
hi July 25 1904, ma ka hora ame kahi
I hooakaakaia a 0 pili nona mea apau
i hoikcia ma ka Hoolaha mua.
Papa Helu Waiwai.
O ka waiwai e kuai ia aku ana oia
no keia malalo iho;
"All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate in Halku.Maui aforesaid,
and more particularly described as
follows, to wit: Commencing at south
corner of this land at stake on uppor
edge and north side of deep or Haiku
gulch, on boundary lino of Pumalei
aud Lllikoi, and running north G4 30
East 08 chains along mauka boun-
A. Enos Jr. took a run toHouolulu
by last Saturday's boat.
A. C. Alexander and son were book
ed for Maul on Wednesday's Claudine.
Dr. John J. Savngo was an outgoing
passenger by last Saturday's Clau
dine. The marriage of Miss Minnie dos
Reis and J. Garcia is announced for
Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
over this week to spend tho Fourth
K.S. Gjerdrum of Honokna came
over ou Wednesday morning to visit
Billy Lucas and Lew Warren ar
rived by last night's Mauna Loa, to
take in the races.
Principal C. E. Copoland of tho
school at Walakoa was a visitor to
Wailuku on Tuesday.
Chas Belllua of tho Club Stables
camo over on last night's Maunu Loa
to spend tho Fourth.
M. L. DecKer, W. L. Dccoto and
James Curell will olliclato as judges
at the races on Monday.
Miss Turner of tho sottle'ment has
gone up vo Ukelele on theVjhountalu
side for a brief vacation.
Mr. Lovested of the Gregg Car Co.
was on Maui this week, looking after
the atlairs of his company.
Jockey J. McAuliffe, accompanied
by his wife, came over on Wednesday
to ride in the Kahului races.
Manager Paul Jarrett of the Ulu
palakua cattle rancho returned from
Honolulu by Tuesday's Kiuau.
Mrs. W. A. McKay left for Hono
lulu by last Saturday's Claudino, to
snond a few weeks of her vacation.
Charley Gait came over on the Like
like, and will probably pilot Billy
Lemps in thefreefor all and 2.15 trot.
Mr. George Robertson, manager of
C. Brewer & Co. was on Maui last
week lookiogover plantation mattors
J. M. Vivas and W. J. Coelho con
template the formation of a law
partnership to bo established in Wai
luku. Henry E. Cooper, former Superin-
tehdaut of Public Works came on
Wcsnesday to attend a case in theCir
Burt's Bagasse Furnace
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CLINTON J. HUTOHINS, Honolulu, General Agent, Tor. of Hawaii.
H. E. PICKER, Travelling Representative.
liet wise 35
mortgaged property conveyed by said
mortgage, and which will be sold:
"All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate iu Haiku, Maui aforesaid,
and more particularly described as
follows, to-wit: Commencing at south
corner of this land at s.lake on upper
edge and north sde of deep or Haiku
gulch, on boundary line of Pumalei
and Lilikoi, and runp'mg north G4 30
East 08 chains alonj: mauka boun
dary of this land, between Pumalei
and'Lilikoi to largo leaning koa tree
market1, x on south and upper edge
of Kailua gulch, tho cast corner of
this land then following along down
on upper edgo ot Annua guicn 10
stake in Puleihua on uppor edgo of
gulch at north east corner of this
land; thenco south 71 75 west 53 $
chains across Haiku along makai
boundary of this land to stako in Kau
hikoa on upper edge and east edgo of
deep gulch, tho south-west corner
of this 'and; then following along up
Huai pali of deep gulch separating
this from Haliimaile to place of com
mencement containing an area of G74
2-10 acres, and being the same as de
scribed iu Royal Patent number 59,
issued to Edward Miner, and by the
said Edward Miner dovised to the
said party of tho first part by will
duly probated: Together with all and
singular the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances unto the
above described premises belonging,
or in anywise appertaining, and also
all tho estate, right, title and in
terest of the said party of the first
Dart (being George E. Miner) of, in
and to tho above described premises."
Haiku along makal boundary of this
land to stake in Kauhikoa on upper
edjje and east edge of deep gulch, the
south-west corner of this land; then
following along up Huai pali of deep
gulch separating this from Haliimaile
to place of commencement containing
an area af 074 2-10 acres, and being
the same as described in Royal Pa
tent number 59, issued to Edward
Miner, and by tho said Edward Miner
devised to the said party of the first
part b. will duly probated: Together
with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances
unto tho above described premises be
longing, or in anywise appertaining,
and also all the estate.right.t itle and
interest of the said party of the first
part (being George E. Miner) of, in
and to the nbove described premises."
Mrs. C. B. Olsen and family of La-
haina who have been spending -oe X3B9WSenaS9
weeks up country, returned nome on
All accounts due Jim Ah Hoy.Wai
luku, Maui, T. H., from November 21,
1902 to dato have been assigned to
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
All persons owing the said Jim Ah
Hoy are hereby notified to make pay
ment to tho authorized collector of
said Henry Waterhouse Co.
Wailuku, Maui, Juno 1, 1904.
Iloolnha JYInnao e Hooko n Kuril
n Ua MeaiPnaMoi,oll.
Hamuli o ka mana kual i hoopaa ia
iloko 0 kekahi palapala Moraki i ha
naia ma ka la 28o,lmi, M. II. 1890,
i hooiaib a haawiitTe George E. Minor,
o Makawno,Mpkupuni 0 Maui,Tc ritori
0 Hawaii, a mo Annie. Minor, kana
wahine mare,' ma ka hoolcuu ana, aku
1 kona hapakolu, o ka wahlnomare, ia
Henry P. Baldwin, o Haiku, Moku-
.punho Maul 1 ololojaAaV moa paa
morakii a,o ka morakllifelcloia ua
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of tho laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
aro hereby notified that tho water
rates for tho term ending Dec. 31,
1904, will be duo and payable at tho
office of tho Wailuku & Kahului Wa
ter works, on tho 1st day of July,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days nftor they aro duo will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid August 15, 1901,?(30
days after becoming delinquent),, aro
liable to suspension without further
Rates aro payable at the'officu of
tho Water Works in tho Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. .Wailuku, foKahulul.
Mrs. George Bennett of San Fran
cisco is visiting friends on Maui, hav
ing come from Hawaii on Tuesday's
Manager Wells af the Wailuku
Plantation was a passenger to Hono-
ulu bv last Saturday's Claudine, re
turning this week.
Principal McDonald of Lahalnaluna
and Principal Wood of tho Normal
school in Honolulu visited the crater
of Haleakala this week.
J. Sullvan, tho San Francisco shoe
man dropped in from Hawaii on Tues
day's Mauna Loa, and loaves for
Mr. Edmund Hart, the newly ap
pointed clock of the Circuit Court
arrived on Wednesdaj', and assumed
office yesterday morning.
1 'Dickey" Davis came over on Wed
nesday and returned to Honolulu to
night to act as purser on tho holiday
excursion of tho Likelikc.
Captain and Mrs. A. L. Soule, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith of Hono
lulu came on Wednesday to spend a
week on Maui and take in the races.
Mr. James Kirkland of Kahului,
who has been visiting in Honolulu, re
turned on Weduesday, accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. D.H. Davis.
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