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THE MAUI NKWS, FRIDAY, JUXK VAu
Case arrived homo on Tuesday
iid.r a wci-k spent in Honolulu on
l.' iecss. Mrs. Case, who aecoinpan
itu hiui. will remain in the city with
In . daughter Miss C'leo Case, who has
Lias just returned from the coast
where she has heen attending school.
They w ill return in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. M. de F. Spinola, who
visited in the city the past week, will
leave in the Mauna Kea this after
noon. Mrs. Spinola will land on Maul,
on a visit to relatives, while Mr. Spin
ola will go direct to his home in Hilo.
Miss Irene Aiken of Kahului, re
turned home last Saturday after sev
eral weeks spent in Honolulu.
Mrs. N. Omstcd of liana, has heen
the guest this week of Mrs. A. F. Tav
ares. of Paia.
Mrs. R. K. Purdy was a passenger to
Honolulu last Saturday, where she has
joined her husband who recently re
signed his position with the Island
Electric Company to accept a position
in tin? city.
C. C. .lames of the I'acifie Guano &
Fertilizer Company, spent last Sun
day and Monday on his homestead in
Kuiaha. His family is expected over
from Honolulu in a few weeks to
spend the summer.
Librarian R. C. Lydeckor, of the
territorial archives. Is expected to ar
rive on Maui next week to collect a
lol of ancient court records which he
will take hack with him for deposition
in the department of which he has
E. II. nianehard, of Kuiaha, was in
Honolulu this week on business.
Mrs. John Venhnizen and children
of Kuiaha, returned home last Satur
d after a visit with relatives in Hono
lulu. Col. and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin arrived
home on Tuesday morning's Claudine
from a several months visit on the
mainland . They slopped in Honolulu
for a week to take in the races and
Miss Cleo Case, who has been atten
ding Mills College on the coast, arriv
ed home by the Mauna Kea on Wed
nesday afternoon to spend her vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
H. Case of Wailuku.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chillingworth, of
Wailuku. were among those who at
tended the Kamehameha Day cele
bration in Honolulu last Saturday and
Mrs. P. H. Ross and daughter "Babv
Alma", returned to Wailuku on Wed
nesday evening from Honolulu where
Miss Alma filled a 4-night engagement
at the National Theater.
Miss Eva Robinson, stenographer in
lhe attorney general department
Honolulu, spent last Sunday and Mon
day visiting her parents, Senator and
Mrs. Robinson in Wailuku.
Mr. and Mrs. John Visher, of Paia
were among those who made the trip
to Honolulu last Saturday to attend
the Kamehameha Day celebration.
Miss Eva I,. Heusner, principal of
f-e Tf.innnolu Seminary, expects to
I :'v- for the mainland shortly for a
r- months vacation.
Yrs. Stanley McKenzie of Honolu
i ' jved Wednesday evening and Is
fa cues! of her brother Frank L.
1 1 nigs, at Wfiikaptl.
Mrs. Harry Oesner, wife of the well
known Schuman auto salesman, has
been visiting in Honolulu during the
William E. Hooper, of the Hawaiian
Electric Company, returned to Hono
lulu on Wednesday after spending a
week's vacation in and about Wailuku.
County Sheriff Clem Crowr-11 made
a quick trip to the liana district this
week. He reports everything quiet in
the district nnd generally prosperous.
Deputy Sheriff E. J. Silva, of Hana,
who has been seriously ill for some
time is much better and is able to be
Miss Violet McKee, of I'lupalakua,
was a passenger to Honolulu last
Mrs. V. C. Schoenberg and Miss
Hansen of Wailuku are visiting in
Honolulu this week.
IN HONOR OF THE C. G. WHITES
The Paia Community House was
well filled last evening with merry
dancers, the occasion being the dance
given by Mrs. von Tempsky and Mrs.
Dowsett in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence G. White. It was long after
midnight before the last number on
the program was ended and the guests
had departed. The dance hall was
prettily decorated for the evening, and
the two popular hostesses saw to it
that, everybody had a jolly time. Dur
ing the evening choice refreshments
were daintily served.
Mr. and Mrs. White, who leave soon
for the coast to make their home, will
doubtless long remember with pleas
ure last night's gathering of friends in
EXCITING INDOOR BALL GAME
In one of the hottest games of in
door baseball ever played in the Wai
luku Gyinn, the "Blues" defeated the
"Whites" by a score of 14 to 13, on
Wednesday night in the presence of a
big crowd. The excitement was in
tense as the score climbed up with
scarce a run to spare on either side,
and when a White runner died at the
3late at the end of the last innin
when bases were full and the pitcher
walked a man, thus ending the game
the rein f from the strain was very'
real. The came was between two
teams of the Young Chinese Club,
which have been recently having
some interesting sport with the new
L. E. Arnold, superintendent of the
Hawaiian Pineapple Company and
well known on Maui from his freq
uent visits to the Haiku Fruit and
Packing Company, of which he a dir
ector, while driving his automobile In
Manoa valley last Saturday, collided
with a wagon driven by a Chinese
named J ohnYuen Kee. In the run
away which followed, the Chinese was
thrown out and killed.
Ned Nicholas, the auto driver, who
was seriously hurt a week ago, while
at Olinda with a party of tourists, is
much better. It was while walking
across a trestle of the Kula pipe
line, while waiting for his party to
return from the mountain, that Mr.
Nicholas accidently fell a distance
of about 18 feet. Several broken ribs
formed the most serious part of
During the last big konnstorm.a
number of tnilo trees in the Hann
district were blown down. The sup
ervisors. at its last meeting decided to
call for bids for the sale of the wood
which amounts to about a cord and
is in large pieces. The wood is one
of the rarer woods of the Islands,
and is especially valuable as a cabi
The 1915 Yearbook of the depart
ment of agriculture has just been iss
ued, and copies may be had free by
addressing Delegate Kalanianole, In
Washington. The new volume con
tains one whole chapter by Dr. E. V.
Wilcox on Hawaii's territorial mark
The Choral Club jinks, which takes
place tomorrow evening at the Paia
Community House promises to be the
occasion of much enjoyment. The
members of the club have been work
ing hard for several weeks on a num
ber of tuneful stunts that are said to
be very funny.
The Holy Ghost festival at the
Faia Catholic Church, tomorrow even
ing and Sunday morning, is being el
aborately arranged for. Indications
point to this year's celebration being
by far the most elaborate ever under
taken in Maui.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crockett of La
haina, Maui, have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Christobel K. Crockett, to W. M. S.
Lindsay Jr., son of Deputy Sheriff
and Mrs. Lindsey of Waimea, Ha
waii. In order that she may travel in
Japan, to which country she proposes
going shortly as a teacher. Miss Lila
Wagner has applied at the ofllce of
Second Circuit. Court Schoebcrg for a
A contract was let last week by
the supervisors to the Honolulu Iron
Works for supplying 140 new water
meters to be used principally on the
Kula pipe line.
Miss Sigrid Hannestad, formerly of
Makawao, but now of Honolulu has
been elected secretary of the Oahu
Young People's Union, of the Christ
ian Church for the ensuing year.
A splendid program has been arr
anged for the closing exercises of the
Liihnina Sacred Heart School, to be
held next Tuesday evening.
Opening And Closing
Of Fair To Be Impressive
The Maui County Fair committee on
entertainment has outlined opening
and closing ceremonies for the big e-
vent. An opening address of welcome
is to he made by President R. A. Wads
worth, of the association, to which it
is expected that Governor Pinkham,
who has promised to be present, will
respond. Another address Is to he
made by W. R. Farrington, president
of the Ad Club of Honolulu, and man
ager of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, on
"The Press and the Significance of the
County Fair"; and W. F. Crockett will
speak on "The Spirit of Maui."
The closing of the fair is also to be
made the occasion of a big send-off
at which D. H. Case and Dr. Raymond
are expected to be the principal speak
ers. It is the intention to close the
fair at midnight on December 2 in a
blaze of glory, oratory, and fireworks.
Ferreira Loses First
Point For Reinstatement
A writ of mandamus to compel the
county auditor to Issue a salary war
rant to John Ferreira, as deputy sher-
tn, was denied this morning by Judge
Filings, after argument of the case by
Lorrin Andrews and Eugene Murphy,
for the petitioner, and County Attor
ney Kevins, for the auditor. The
court held that the sheriff's notificat
ion to the auditor that Ferreira was
no longer a deputy was sufficient auth
ority on which to refuse to Issue the
warrant. The point will probably be
Should the supreme court sustain
Judge Filings, It Is understood that
further action will be taken to com
pel the re-instatenient of Ferreira.
DEATH OF A YOUNG GIRL
Miss Lncy Kauhaahaa, a talented
young singer of Kahakuloa, was
found dead in her bed at the home of
Judge J. W. Kalua, in Wailuku. where
she had been staying, last Monday
morning. She was apparently weil
when she retired on Sunday night.
The deceased was 19 years of age, and
was the possessor of a voice of un
usua lsweetness. Her death was a
shock to her many friends. The fun
ral took place at Kahakuloa on Mon
day afternoon and was largely nttend-
Those Who Travel
By str. Mauna Kea, June !) Mis.
Betls, Miss C. Hose, Miss II. Ah Yau,
Miss K. Adams, Miss M. Hoffman, Mis
E. Bal, Misses Hart(2), Dclroy(2),
Miss Delroy, Master Delroy, T. W. Tay
lor, Miss V. McKee, Miss P. Parker,
Miss I. Wodehouse, J. F. Visher, A. C.
Betts, F. A. Lufkin, A. C. Dowsett, P.
J. Iven, T. Y. Awana, K. W. Kam, J.
Garcia, .Kama Apo W. S. Chilling
worth and wife A. Mozctta, A. A. Reis
Mrs. P. H. Ross and daughter, Mrs. H.
Gessner, M. G.Paschoal, D.. Quill, Hue
dick, D. F. Balch, Mrs. Terner R. A.
Drummond, F. Bostwick, Miss Hansen,
Mrs. V. Schoenberg and child, W. A.
Clark, L. Hebert, H. McCubbin, Miss A
Tripp, E. Waiaholo. W. E. Bal. Jr.. Geo
I miotics, i. i. i..ons, iiiarics ako, .mis
E. Blackmore, Mrs. S. Ako and daugh
ter, Mrs. Keanu, Miss J. Maile, Mrs.
Lcn Wal, Master Len Wai, Mrs. L. Ka
wahana, M. Dutro, K. Halcmanu. J. K.
Kahahoohala, Mrs. R. Purdy and two
children. Lum Chov. J. Andrade. wife
I and five children, H. Lake.
I By str. Claudine, June 10 Mr. and
! Mrs. A. Kassman, Miss M. Heremlen,
W. E. Hooper, H. A. Austin. G. F. Low,
Kuroda, W. Oshini, W. C. Oshini, Miss
L. Fitzpatrlek, Mrs. John Venhuizi n,
and children, Mrs. Chas. Cowan, Park
er Cummings, Mrs. O. K. Tseu, Tama
shiro, Mrs. Tamashiro, Mr. anil Mrs. A
By str. Claudine, June 10 W. Ayers
Mrs. Ayres, E. B. Blanchard, Mas.Mc.
Genow, Miss Naukana, N. E. Weight,
J. Freltas. J. Cornell, J. Lynch, Miss
Groves, Miss Kauwila, Miss M. Lane,
Miss M. K. Lane, Miss L. Robins, D. B.
Maconarhle Miss R. Larsen, Mrs. Ke
ola, Miss Rose, Sister Benndicta, Mrs.
Wo Chung, Miss E. Tait. Miss Law
rence, Miss T. Yamagi, T. Yamagi. T.
Kogoshima, Miss N. Freitas, D. Van
Dyke, Y. Kohatsu, S. Yamanuha, Miss
Saffrey, E. W. Thompson.
Alexander House Team
Lost To Palama Girls
The Alexander House Basket-hall
Team lost 2 straight games to the
Palama team, in Honolulu, last Satur
day and Monday, the first by a score
of 22 to IS and the second by a score
of 26 to 17. A third game, which was
not on the schedule, was a landslide,
nobody was able to keep track of the
score. In spite of defeat the local
girls had a fine time, and greatly en
joyed the trip.
The return games, which were to
have been played In the Alexander
House Gymn, next week, have been
postponed to June 27, 28. and 29.
With their regular team intact
through having the Robinson girls In
their places, and on their own floor,
there is a strong feeling that the
Honolulu defeat will be retrieved.
COURT AT LAHAINA NEXT WEEK
The June term of Circuit Court will
begin next Wednesday at Lahaina,
with the convening of the grand jury.
The term promises to be light. The
trial jury will not meet til the follow
ing Monday, June 2G.
The grand jury panel consists of:
Manuel Dutro, W. L. Decoto, George
Copp, Eugene Haneherg, George K.
Richardson, Chas. B. Cockett, Wm. H.
Young, George Weight, J. W. Man
ning, W. I. Wells, C. D. Lufkin. F. F.
Baldwin, Geo. P. Cooke, John E. Gar
cia, J. V. Maciel, Chas. Kiakona, T.
Burlem, Geo. L. Keenev, J. K. Ka-
hookele, W. H. Engle. Chas. Cowan.
Wm. II. Field.
First Boy Scout Drill
Day Is Great Success
The first Boy Scout Field Day
which was held at Camp I beach last
Saturday was a great success. About
75 boys were present and joined in th
sports. The results of the games were
Fifty Yard Dash
First Parker Cummings, Troop II
Second Ah Kau Tom, Troop III
Third Oggie Cummings, Troop II
One Hundred Yard Dash
First Parker Cummings, Troop II
Second Ah Kau Tom, Troop III
Third Wells Cummings, Troop II
First Tin Chee, Troop III, 271 ft.9in.
Second- Henry Shim, TroopIII.251V4rt.
Third- Earnest Borba, Troop 11,246 ft.
and 7 inches.
First, William Kale Hoa, Troop II
Second, Harvey Holt, Troop II
Third, Kimeont Alo, Troop II
The results of the baseball games
were, Troop II, Wailuku, 14; Troop III
Troop II, Wailuku, 3; Troop V.Lahai-
Great credit is due to Troop IV, Wa
hee, John Brown, Scoutmaster, for the
way in which they conducted them
selves and the work they did to make
the day a success. It was Troop IV
that cooked the pig, no small job as
the pig weighed 200 pounds and 7f
boys are a problem to feed. Troop V
came over from I-aliaina in an automo
II. Kinberg.nianager of the Ameri
can Can Company's Haiku plant, will
leave with his wife in a few days for
San Anselmo, California for the sum
mer. The factory dhas been close
for the present, and the Kinbergs are
not certain about returning.
The executive committee, of the
Maui CountyFair will hold an import
ant meeting al the Wailuku Town Hall
on next Tuesday evening, at 7:30 p. in.
ORDINANCE No. 36
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING .TOR
THE EXHIBITION OF fv'OVING
PICTURES OF AN EDUCATIONAL
OR BIBLICAL CHARACTER ON
SUNDAYS, AND PROVIDING RE
STRICTIONS THEREON AND
PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION
Be It Ordained by the Board of Sup
ervisors of the County of Maui:
Section 1. Any person paying the
requisite license fee, as provided un
der Section 2077 of the Revised Laws
of Hawaii for l!'ir, as amended by Ai t
223 of the Session Laws of 1 : 1 1 7, . for
conducting a moving picture show
on Sundays and who shall desire to
exhibit to the public in the County of
Maui, between the hours of f!::i0 1'. M.
and 9:30 o'clock P. M., on Sunday, any
moving picture film or films of an ed
ucational or biblical character, may
make application to the Treasurer of
the County of Maui for a license or
permit to exhibit such film or films in
the manner hereinafter provided.
Said application shall be in writing,
shall set forth the name and address
of the applicant for the permit, the
occupation or business of the appli
cant, the location and character of
the building in which said film or
films are to 1m shown, nnd the day or
days and hour proposed for their ex
The said application shall be acconi-
panted by an affidavit sworn to by
the applicant, or some person having !
knowledge of the facts on behalf of i
said applicant, showing to the satis
faction of the Treasurer of the County
of Maui that the film or films pro
posed to be exhibited are either ed
ucational or biblical and are in no
sense vulgar, indecent, suggestive or
improper pictures to be exhibited.
On filing of an application and aff
idavit, as required in this ordinance,
the Treasurer of the County of Maui
shall issue a permit to the applicant
for the exhibition of said pictures be.
tween the hours of 6:30 P. M. and
9:30 o'clock P. M. for the Sunday or
Sundays designated in said applicat
ion, and the Sunday or Sundays upon
which said film or films are to be ex
hibited shall be set forth in said per
Section 2. Any applicant who shall I
mis-represent in said application or j
in said affidavit the character of the!
film or films to be shown, or who
shall exhibit, the same, or any part
thereof, at any time other than that
specified in the permit, shall be deem
ed to be guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction thereof shall be pun
ished by a fine of not less than $.".00
nor more than $100.00 together with
costs of Court, and upon failure of
said person so convicted to pay any
fine so imposed, the said person may
be committed to jail until said fine
and costs shall have been discharged
bv operation of the Laws of the Terr
itory or Hawaii applicable thereto.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take
effect from and afier th date of its
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WITH
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
By S. E. KALAMA,
W. F. Kaae,
Clerk of the Board or Supervisors
Within and for the County of Maui.
I hereby certify that the .foregoing
ordinance, upon consideration had
and vote taken, was passed by the
Board of Supervisors of the County
of Maui, on the 10th day of .Tuno,l!)16
at their regular monthly session held
at Wailuku, Maul, T. H.
W. F. KAAE.
Clerk of the Board of Snncrvlsors
Within and for the County of Maul.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
ll A kl A I I
In the matter of the Estate of Annie
Thompson, late of Kamaole, Kula,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is herby given to all per
sons having claims against the Estate
of Annie Thompson, bite of Kamaole,
Kula, Maui, deceased, to present the
same to the undersigned (Charles E.
Thompson) the executor of said es
tate, at said Kamaole, Kula, Maul,
within six months from date of pub
lication of this notice, or payment
thereof will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 1", day
of June ,1916.
..CHARLES E. THOMPSON.
Executor Estate of Annie Thompson,
June 16, 23. 30. July 7. 19J6.
Sunday Movies To Be
Shown In Maui Theaters
The Sunday movies bill is now a
law. The supervisors passed filially
upon the ordinance at last Saturday's
meeting, and as a result the movie
fans will be able to take in a show on
Maui next Sunday ninht for the lin-i
time. The Wailuku Orpeum and
Valley Isle managements took out a
permit today, and it is umb r! ood
that the Pioneer Theater at 1 ih iin i
w.ill also give its first Sunday show at
the same time. For the time bein ' ;'
least, Wailuku and Lahaina wiil be the
only places in the coniily to take ad
vantage of the new law. I'luh r the
ordinance the shows may not begin
earlier than li:"il p. in., nor continue
later than 9:3u p. m , and the manag
ers of the show bouses must make ;'',!
dnvil in each instance that the pic
lures to be shown are either educat
ional or biblical, and not '. i.l-ar. 'l i e .
may be lined $Iim and imprisoned for
violation of the oidinance.
OfiDINANCr. No. 35
ATJ ORDINANCE Rf.GL'LATING THb
USE AMD MAINTENANCE Or
BUILDINGS AND PORTIONS OF
BUILDINGS AS GAR AGLo AND
STANDS FOr-i AUTOMOBILES,
THE COUNTY OF MAUI, TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII.
Be It Oidained by the Board of Sup
ervisors of I lie County of Maui.
Sect ion 1 .No building, part of build
ing, or room of any building shall be
used or maintained as a garage or
stand lor automobiles within lil'ly
(."pii) ft ft of any p.ut of that portion,
of Market Street, lying between Mill
Street and Main Street in the town
of Wailuku: or within "nc Hundred
(li'ii) feet, of any pari of that portion
of Main Street lying between Dunn
S'.n el and Mill Sip el in the town
of Lahaina, in the County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, unless such
building. art of building, or room of
such building so used or maintained
as such garage or stand for automo
biles shall have n fireproof door and
Hie wall have a surface of fireproof
mail rial to a heiijii of not less than
six (1) f. el above lhe II
iln re ,j1i. ill be a clear
h ss' than twenty lineal
the huildinir. part of
room of such building
maintained as a c.nragi
automobiles and any
ior. or unless
space of not
; so used and
or stand for
inn lure; and
no person, firm or roipnrntion shall
use or maintain any building, part of
building, or loom of any building as
a garage or stand for automobiles con
trary to the provisions hereof.
The word fireproof door as used in
this ordinance shall be taken to mean
a floor composed of dirt, sand, gravel
or stone or cement or concrete of a
thickness of not l"ss than 1 inches
and the word fireproof material as
applied to walls shall be taken to
mean corrugated iron, zinc, concrete
or oilier material equally as effective.
Section 2: Any person, firm or cor
poration v ho shall violate any of the
provisions of this ordinance, upon
conviction thereof shall be liable to
a fine of not to exceed One Hundred
(Jlon.dn) Dollars together wiih costs
of court; and in the event of default
in the payment of such fine or. costs,
any such person shall lie imprisoned
until such fine and costs shall have
been discharged by operation of lhe
general law of the Ti rritoryof Hawaii
applicable thereto; and every day dur
ing which such violation shall ooiitin
dislincf violation of the pro isions of
ue shall be considered a separate am!
Section 3. This ordinance shall In
come effective upon the 1st. day of
July, liilf,, and after posting of a true
copy hereof upon a bu'ietin board in
front of or near the room occupied
bv the Board of f .tipervisors of the
County of Maui and upon lhe publish
ing of a (rue copv ho'eof in one issue
of The Maui News and the Week: ''
Tiiiies, newspapers of ;.on ral circula
tion published at Wailuku. the County
Seat of tin- County of Maui.
Dated lhe In day of June 1016.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
THE COUNTY OF MAUI, TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII.
By S. E. KALAMA.
Chairman and Executive Officer.
W. F. KAAE,
Clerk oT the Board of Supervisors or
the County of Maui.
I hereby certify thai the foregoing
and vote taken, v.
Board on the 10 da
is pass' d by the
y of June 1016.
W. F. KAAE.
County Clerk for the County of Maui.
Territory of Hawaii, and ox officio
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for
the County of Maui. Territory of Ha
waii. 1 t.
High School To Graduate
First Class Next Week
There will be five graduates from
the Maui High School, unless one or
more fiunks in (he examinations being
held this week, which isn't expected
to happen. This will be the first
graduating class to be turned oul of
the Maui institution. It consists of
the following five members: Misses
Annie Walker. Dorothy nnd Olive
Lindsav, nnd Rita Rosecrans, and
The class will finish Us final exam
inations t!:ts; week, these having been
all put into this week for the reason
that next week will be given up to
college entrance evaminations. several
memlieis of the class planning to en
ter higher institutions next fall. Tin
college examinations will be in chargi
of the Rev. A. Craig Row dish.
The commencement tills year will
be he'd a) the I'tiia Community lloitsi
on net Fridav evening. June 2H; and
on the lollowmg evening the com
mencement dance will be held at I
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lers will h ave
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OTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
MORTGAGE UNDER POWER OF
SALE, AND TIME AND PLACE
OF SALE. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, under and by virlue of the pow.
cr of sale contained in that certain in
denture of Mortgage dared lhe Jwli
day of July. BHIS, executed, acknow
ledged nnd delivered by Polly Kalua
and John W. Kalua. as Mortgagors, of
Wailuku, County of Maui, to Jose V,
Maciel, of Makawao, 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 for
the sum of Fifteen Hundred ($1,500.00)
Dollars, of date June 10, 1908, payable
two years after date, to Jose V. Ma
ciel, and drawing interest at the rate
of len (10) percent net above all tax
es and assessments, said Jose VMa
ciel, the Mortgagee, who is still Nie
ow ner and holder I hereof. Intends 10,
and will, foreclose said mortgage for
conditions broken, that is to say, for
non-payment of the principal sum due
on said nolo, for non-payment of Inter
est due thereon. ahd for non-payment
or taxes, as per terms of said mort
gage. Notice is likewise given by said
Jose V. Maciel, Mortgagee, that on
Saturday, the eighth day of July, 1916,
at twelve o'clock noon of said day,
the several parcels and tracts of land
and property described In and con
veyed by said Mortgage, and hereun
der also described, for the reasons a
bove stated, will be sold, as a whole,
at public auction, at the front entrnnce
to the Court House, in the town of .
Waltuku, County of Maul, Territory
Terms or sale: CASH.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars regarding
this sale apply to J. V. Maciel, of
Makawao. Maul, or D. II. Case, Wailu
ku, Maui, attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this June 1,
JOSE V. MACIEL, Mortgagee.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO
The following is a description of the
property described in and conveyed hy
said Mortgage, and which is to he sold
under the foregoing notice:
All those certain lots, pieces and
parcels of land situate in Iao Valley, In
said Wailuku, bounded and described
(a) Portion of Apana 2, Land Com
mission Award 418 to Halualani;
(b) Portion of Apana 2, Land Com
mission Award 490 to Hapaweuweu;
(c) Portion of land to J. D. Havo
kosl, In the Hi of Puakea, Keoneula,
The metes and bounds of said three
pieces of land as a whole being as
Beginning nt a point three feet In
side the fence, the East angle of this
lot, and running:
S. 6(1. '2 degrees, W., 9.00 Chains
along road mil Konohiki;
N. Sr..34 degrees W., 3.20 Chains
N. 3 degrees E., .68 Chains along
alley-way to Kamaka;
S. SO degrees E 1.97 Chains along
S. 74. degrees E., 1.20 Chains
N. 7. J't degrees V., 1.81 Chains
West. .29 Chains along Kamaka;
S. 7 degrees W., .38 Chains along
N. 60 degrees W., 2.88 Chains along
Kamaka to three feet above junction
of ditch to Kaima auwai;
N. 88. 1-3 degrees E., 5.02 Chains a-
long South side of ditch;
N. 80. i2 degrees E., 2.08 Chains a-
S. 79. V- degrees E., 2.97 Chains along
S. 70 degrees E., .70 Chains along
N. 84. 12 degrees E., 1.30 Chains
along Konohiki and across the Govern
ment Road to the initial point, and
containing an area of 3. 164-1000
Acres; area of one Poalima,6-100 Acref
area of a portion of Napela Apana,
S3-100 acre; exact area 3.074-1000
Acres; the said described premises
being a portion of the lands conveyed
to said Mortgagor hy deed of Dorcas
R. Decker, dated May 17, 1907, and re
corded in the Registry of Deeds, in
Honolulu, Oahu, in Liber 291 .folios
321 et seq.
(d) One piece of land in Land Com
mission Award 406 to Napela. and A
pana 8 of Faid Land Commission,
Award 406 to Napela, containing an
area of 5-100 of an Acre; the same he-
tng a portion of the lands conveyed to
said Mortgagor by deed of Dorcas R.
Decker, dated February 6, 1907, and.
recorded in said Registry of Deeds, in
Liber 2K7, folios 287 et seq.
Juno 2, 9, 16, 23.
The examination of chauffeurs will
be at the following places to issue
Permanent Chauffeur's Certificates
mid Rent Service Applications.
MAKAWAO TAX OFFICE OnSat
tirday, 21th day of June, between the
hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M.
PAIA DEPOT On Sunday and Mon
day, 2fith and 26lh day of June, be
tween the hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P.
LAHAINA COURT HOUSE-On
Wednesday and Thursday, 28th and
i-'llih day of June, between the hours
of ! A. M. and 3 P. M.
WAILUKU SHERIFF'S OFFICE
On Fridav-, Saturday and Sunday, 3t'uh
day of June, 1st and 2nd day of July,
bet .een the hours of 9 A. M. and 3
June U, 16, 23, 30, 1916.