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MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMHER 7, 1912.
o 0 o o o O O O O O O O O O ft : 1 zp cocccccococo oococooooot FOR SALE CHEAP THREE 300 h. p. HEINE WATER TUBE BOILERS Were standing 135 lbs. working pressure when removed from our plant to be replaced by larger boilers. FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY Hawaiian Electric Co., LIMITED. HONOLULU. cccocccc CCCOOCCC ) o () () () () () C) () () () o o ( () () ( ( ( o o o o () () o () () () ( () ( ( () C) o o MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OP IN TENTION TO FORECLOSE, AND OP SALE. Special Notice wj Convince yourself M. W. & L. Co., Ltd., and This is not an advertisement but a Fact ! Since the recent installation of a new clarifying 1 plant at the Makawao Winery, the KAUPAKALUA WINE has taken the deserving place of honor, as the most delicious family table wine ever imported on Maui. by giving it a trial. Ring up the you wi 11 b e convmc ed. Telephone 1141 . Wailuku, Maul. T. H. P. O. Box 81 WAILUKU HARDWARE CO Succeuocs to LEE HOR General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines, Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc. COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE Educator $4.00 shoe A Home for the Feet not a Prison. Has room for all five toes to lie perfectly in their natural potations. . : : MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd. 1051 FORT STREET, : HONOLULU. M Notice Is hereby given that, under power of sale contained in Mortgage dnted March 12, lqio, executed by Annie Hauwahine Kealolia and L. C. Kealolia, to the Young Men's Savings Society, Limited, a corporation, the owner and holder thereof, the Young Men's Savings Society, Limited, Intends to foreclose same, and sell said mortgaged proper ties because of non-payment of principal and interest now due on the promissory note secured thereby. ' The above mortgage was given to se cure the payment of a promissory note for Eight Hundred Dollars, of even date therewith, payable two years after date, nd executed by said Annie Hauwahine Kealolia, and L. C. Kealoha, to said Young Men's Savings Society, Limited, or order. NOTICE IS HEREBY LIKEWISE GIVEN that, after the expiration of three weeks from date of first publication of this notice, to-wit, on Monday, Decem ber 9th, 191?, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, said mortgaged properties, for the reasons above stated, will be sold, at public auction, at the front entrance to the Court house, in Wailuku, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii. Each of the properties covered by said mortgage will be sold separately unless the mortgagors shall, in writing, otherwise request. lerms 01 sale Cash, ana needs at ex pense of purchaser. Ten per cent of the purchase price must be paid down by purchaser at time of sa'e. Balance on execution and de- i very of deeds. For further particulars apply to J. Garcia, Treasurer Young Men's Savings Society, Limited, Wailuku, or to D. H. Case, its attorney, at Wailuku. Young Men's Savings Society, Limited Mortgagee. Dated November 12, 191 2. Description of Properties to be sold: That certain piece, parcel or lot of land situate at Palama, Waikapu, Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, and being all of the same lands conveyed to Anrye Hauwahine Kamakele (who is now Annie Hauwahiue Kealoha, oue of the parties of the first part herein-by deed of Esther Jackson, said Heed being dated April 1st, 1885, and appearing of record in Liber 93, on page 1 15 of the Registry of Con veyttuces at Honolulu. All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land situated at Opuupuu, Hi of Keokea, Kula, Island of Maui, Territory of Ha waii, containing au area of l-'our and 85 100 acres, and being all ot the same premises conveyed to the aforesaid Ane Hauwahine by deed of Paakai and his wife Kaialtilii, said deed' being dated November loth, 1883, and appearing 0 record in Liber S4, on pages 264-26.5 of the Registry of Conveyances at Honolulu, said lot being now under lease to Chin Hoy by lease of A. Hauwahine Kealoha dated July 26th, 1904. All that certain piece, parcel or lot of laud situated in the Hi of Kaopuupuu, Keokea, Kula, Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, containing au urea of Eleven and 95-100 (11.95) acres more or less, and being all of the same premises con veyed to the said Ane Hauwahine by deed of T. Kalaau, said deed being Dec. 20th, 1883, and appearing of record in Liber 85, on pages 477 and 478 of the Registry of Couveyances at Honolulu. Ten acres of which said property is now under lease to Tan Kui by lease executed by A. Hauwahine Kealoha bearing date the 26th day of July 1904. All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land situated in the Hi of I'iinioo, Keo kea, Kula, Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of Eight and 11-100(8.11) acres more or less, and being all of the same premises conveyed to the said Ane Hauwahine by deed of G. S. Kalama dated the 23rd day of February 1884 and appearing of record in Liber 85, on pages 476-477 of the Re gistry of Conveyances at Honolulu. . All of that certain piece, parcel or lot of laud situate at Ahulua, Waiohuli, Kula, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of One and 86-100 (1.86) Acres more or less, more fully described in deed of James L. Coke, Administrator of the Estate of J. Kama kele, Deceased to Annie Hauwahine Kealoha, dated the 4th day of February A. D. 1910, and recorded simultaneous with this instrument. All that certaiu piece parcel or lot of laud situate at Keokea, Kula, Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, containing au area of One and 70-100(1.70) Acres, described in deed of Haili Kauiaka to A. Hauwahine Kealoha, dated the 27th day of July, A. D. 1904, recorded in Liber 266 on pages 15 and 16 of the Registry of Conveyances at Honolulu. All of the right of Annie Hauwahine Kealoha, title and interest in and to all of the lands, tenements, and heredita ments belonging to the Estate of J. Ka makele, deceased, and situated at Waio huli and Keokea, district of Kula, Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii. Also all of our right, title and interest in 'and to the following pieces, parcels or lots ot land situated in the district 01 Kula, and more particularly described in Map on file in the Circuit Court of the Second Circuit at Wailuku, together with papers of the Estate of J. Kamakele-. deceased, viz: A nana 2 of Royal Patent 640 1, 4. C. A. 6415, containing an area of 11.33 acres, situate at Keokea, Kula, Island of 'AIsui. itrritorv of Hawaii: Apaiia I, containing an area o acres to Kekua: Apaua 3 containing an area of iT" acres to lielekahi; A nana containing an area tA 4.13 acres to Uilani. i TEN ACRES OF SAND By M. QUAD Copyright, 1912, by Associated Lit erary Press. Everybody knows that to build walls and chimneys you must have sand. Perhaps that was the reason why Grandfather Sharp founded the town of Shurpsvllle where he did. There were hills around It, and those hills were full of Baud and gravel. For thirty years every man that built house or hud need of sand was free to dig Into any hill and help hlniBelf to all he wanted. Shnrpsville had got to be a town of 1,500 people and was Jogging along In a humdrum way when a great and sud den change swooped down on it A railroad decided to come that way; a shoe manufacturer decided to erect a big factory theTe: It was a fine site for a chair factory, and as the country around was agricultural a cannery was to be established. In a sly, secret way, sites were purchased and then came the announcements that fairly made the town stand on Its head. All the sandpits were bought up except rme. There were ten acres of that, and It was owned by a spinster named Han nah Goodhue. Three or four different times Mfes Goodhue had offered to sell those ten acres for $50. Nothing but sorrel and mullein stocks would grow on the sandy surface, and nobody could tell wheth er the material below amounted to anything. Not over 100 cart loads of snnd had ever been taken out. as there was plenty to be had nearer. The land buyers Inspected the sand, pronounced it good and offered $50 for the ten acres. They would have got it but for old Ezra Johnson, one of the old pioneers of the town, who bad known the spinster since her . birth. He had overheard some talk and be called on her to advise. "Hanner. I hear you are goln' to sell them ten acres for $50. Don't you do It." "But why?" "I've got a sseakin' idea that the other sand pits are peterin out I know Taylor's is, and Johnson's never did amount to much. There's going to be a terrible pile of sand used here, and if it turns out that you've got the only pit you can get your own' price for it Jest bang on for awhile any way." "Well, if you think so." "I surely do. Say, Hanner, you know I was a widower ten year ago?" "Tes." "I kinder nun around here for a spelL" Hannah looked embarrassed. "Guess rnebbe you thought I wns after you?" "Why. Mr. Johnson!" "To be honest with you, I was after you. but them relations or mine tniueu r; nnu luiheu tiuui 1 nut hvwiamcu vu n-er- the Wldder Colby. It's alius laid heavy on my conscience." "But I never even dreamed of mar rying you!" exclaimed the blushing spinster. "Tut. tut! It's all right, however. I'm coin' to show you bow to get a better husband than I would have made. Them ten acres is goin' to do the trick." "But but I don't want to marry!" "Oh, yes, you do! This pokin' around alone hain't good for folks. You Jest refuse to sell that land at any price, but throw out a strong hint that when you have a husband he can do as be will about sellln'. Now, don't be skit tish about it . Every woman on airth is entitled to a husband. If he don't come through love make him come through ten acres of sand. Love and sand will mix all right after a bit Mind what I tell you. I orter married you myself, but I'm doin' the next best thing, if not the best" Now and then Ezra Johnson met Miss Goodhue on the street and winked at her. and when he Judged the time ripe be went to the president of the big shoe concern, who was tearing bis hair In anxiety, and asked: "Do you want to git bolt of Mls Goodhue's sand lots?" "Do I want to?" was shouted in re ply. "Why, man, you may go and tell her that I'll give her a check for $15, 000 for them right now." "She wants more than that" ' "Well, make it $20,000." "No use to offer money not now.'.' "Then In heaven's name what can we offer?" "Have you got a mighty good man banging around a feller about forty good nntured and of a loving disposi tion, widow or bach?" "I'm! Um! Let's see, Tes, I have He's one of my foremen and good as the day Is long. Why?"1 "Get him to marry the old maid, and you'll got your sand all right No hus band, no sand." Then Mr. Johnson explained and the foreman was sent for, and within two hours the plot was laid. Was It a bru tal affair? By no manner of means. Why, It was the plainest case of doing the rljrht thing at the right time you ever heard of, and Cupid came ringing the doorbell almost as soon as the prin cipals had been introduced. In a month there was a marriage, and the town was bustling again. The husband thought the land worth about $3,000. and he got his price, and, though Ezra Johnson doesn't wink at Hannah any more when they pass, he does chuckle to himself and slap bis leg and exclnlm: "I owed her one and hare paid it and now my conscience feels Jut like 'lasses runnln' across the IJtcben floorf" ( MATSON NAVIGATION CO. FREIGHT AND "PASSENGER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO -:- PUGET SOUND , 1912 No. 4 HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Steamer Leave 8. F. PDGF.ET SOUND Arrive Leave Hnttnllan Inland Arrive Leave tllyades Oct. 17 Wilhelmiiia. Oct. 23 t Enterprise., Oct. 26 Hoiiolulan.. Oct. 30 fllilonian.... 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