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IN THE ClllCUl I' COUHT OF" Till!
First Circuit. Teirllory of Hawull. Olaf
U Sorenson vs Krnnka St. Clair So
renson. Term Summons. (Stamps.)
The Territory of llnwnll: To Hie High
Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
his deputy, the Sheriff of the Island of
Oahu. or hln Deputy You are com
manded to summon Franka St. Clair
Sorenson, Defendant, In case she shall
file written answer within twenty dajs
after service hereof, to he and appear
before the paid Clicult Court at tho
May TcrTii thereof, to bo holden at Ho
nolulu, Island of Oaliu, on Monday, tho
Gth day of Mny next, at 10 o'clock a.
m., tu show cnuso why the claim of
Olaf 1.. Sorenson. 1'lalntlfr, should not
be nwarded to him pursuant to tho
tenor of his annexed l.lbel for 1)1
orce. And jou aro commanded to
have you then there this writ with full
return of your proceedings thereon.
WITNESS Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
First Judge of the Circuit Court of the
First Circuit, at Honolulu, tilts 4th
day of April, 1302.
M. T. SIMONTON,
Territory of Hawaii, Inland of Oahu,
I hereby certify that tlfo foregoing
Is a full, true and correct copy of the
original summons In said cause, and
that tho said Court ordered publica
tion of the same and continuance of
Bald cnuso until the next August, a.
I). 1902 Term of this Court.
A. O. KAULUKOU.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
21JD May lli. 23, 30; Juno 0, 13, 20.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUUT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
hose Eiulcrmark vs. Elmel Endcrmnrk.
Term Summons. (Stamps.) The Ter
ritory of Hawaii- To tho High Sher
iff of the Territory of Hawaii, or his
Deputy, the Sheriff of tho Island of
Oahu, or his Deputy: You aro com
manded to summon Elmel Emlcrmark,
Defendant, In cubo ho shall f'o writ
ten answer within twenty days after
hcrvlco hereof, to bo and appear be
fore i. io said Circuit Court at the May
erm thereof, to be holden at Honolu
lu, Island of Oahu. on Monday, the 5th
day of May next, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
to show cause why tho claim of Hoso
Endermark, Plaintiff, should not be
nwarded to her pursuant to the tenor
of her annexed Petition. And havo
you then there this Writ with full re
turn of your proceedings thereon.
WITNESS Hon. A. 8. TTumphrcys,
First Judge of the Circuit Court of tho
First Circuit, at Honolulu, this 14th
day of April, 1002.
Territory of Hawaii, Island of Oahu,
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Is n full, true and correct copy of the
original summons In said cause, amf
that the said Court ordered publica
tion of the .same and continuance of
said cause until tho nnxt August, A,
D. 1902. Term of this Court.
A. 0. KAULUKOU,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hie I'll Bt
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
2140 May lli. 23, 30; June 0. 13, 20.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO IN
The undersigned, Administrator of
th7J""Estato of A. B. Serlmgeom, de
ceased, hereby notifies tho public in
general that ne Is ready to receive bldsi
for tho purchuso of tho stock In trade,
good will, fixtures, tools, and utensils
of Hie' Manufacturing Harness Coy
situate on the corner of Eort and King
strceTs, Honolulu, Onhu, All bids to
be submitted In writing on or before
tho 31st day of May, 1902. Terras
Thq bid accepted will bo submitted
to the Circuit Court of tho rirst Cir
cuit for approval nnd confirmation.
Tho "money to bo paid when confirma
tion or approval by tho Court Is ob
tained. Dated, Honolulu. May 14th, 1902
Administrator of tho Estate of A. B.
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ADVICE TO YOUNG
Manager of the Philadelphia America i League. Club.
Good Third Baseman
In previous chapters tho dlfllcultlei attending the playing of lufleld posi
tions hare been pointed out. Tho third Iiuhc has alwun I n conslilcreil ns thu
most clllllcult position on tho diamond to pl.iy. And uhllc It Is true that tlioro
aro so many obstacles to ovcrrome In covering third liutc, II Is doubtful
whether any other position In tho inflel l ran hi- so well tlinplifled by llrst-
class men. This Is true also with the
acknowledged fact that a finished nrtlst anil arrompllihi'd piufist,lonal man
or a well-trained mechanic can, by care nnd attention u.uk. h'u work riruch
lighter than It otherwise would be.
Neatly every club In tho major leagues today Is i nr fill In the selection
of n third baseman. Tho player at on o learns who are the hunters on the
different clubs, nnd what Mayers make It u nraitlce or lilttlr.r the ball Into his
territory. When he has thoroughly
vnr.. nwivn tlio rmttoru mnv mnkn
batter's Intention, As It has been pointed out before, all bntterb have their
peculiarities, and by carefully watching there batters a third base man may not
only save himself a lot of trouble, but Is often able to rob a b.itter of what
otherwise might ho a safe bit.
With a man on first base and no one out, he rhoitld al vijs h, pt-p.itod
for a bunt, except In the cne where morn than one run Is needed. In this
latter case. It largely depends upon how good a hunter Is at the b.it, and
whether or not ho Is n fast runner.
To the third baseman, tho hardest problem that he has to contend with Is
n batter who has the art of bunting down line nrnl who Is a speedy runner.
This class of batsmen nic Invnilably among the li-st on thu team and neeil
nintei watching than any other. Not only ,,in the) pleie the lull with won
derful precision nnd regularity, but the y will often take t'ewperaiu chance
and succeed In making n safe hit where, under other conditions, a put-out
might be effected It Is not Infrequent thnt these battetp will make a fal.e
attempt to bunt, lly this means tlicy mrv hticcctd In inducing the third
baseman to play In exceptionally close: niid then. Instead of limiting, hit tlio
ball as hard as possible In the tllrei tlon of the Ihlrd baseman Should this
happen, the odds nro hugely against the llelder teaching the lull, an the
spceil with which It leaves the bat Is su, h as to render It itiipiisHllilu feu the
third baseman to ecu er much ten Itoiy And e vcu If hr should succeed In
teaching the ball It Is problematic whether the set-d It s lraellng will en
able him tu hold It safely after It touches his hands.
CANE IMPORTATIONS MUST
BE CAREFDLLY GUARDED TO
PROTECT HAWAII FROM PESTS
(Continued fiom page 3.)
specific nome "vnUitrlx' has been ap
plied to It, I presume it it highly In
jurious. I think thee lcif-hoppers nrn
quite as likely to have neon brought
with other plants as with cane, since
one at Ifact Is partial nho to corn and
Most Serious Cane Pests.
(4). What are the uiot-t serious In
fect peMs In other cane countries,
specifying countries st, fur an possible?
It Is. I think safe- to tay that almost
every country wbbh grows cane ex
tenslely, has bad poMs. which are at
present quite unknown In thoue Islands,
riiofco chlelly to he guarded against
are the various borers wliidi might
easily bt lntrod-.n cd in imported cane.
The word "hour" has bon applied In-
dlscrlmlnatedy to utterly different In
ej-cts. so that th. "borer- of one sugar
.Ki.i.vni intra ,i, iuiii ui ,11(11111,-1. vj.ju-
sequently the "bow. ' limy he dlIded
Into two Classen:
A. luetics, to which belongs th
cane-borer of thtM lilandr Allied to
our cane-borer are ll) Calandra palma
rum, West Indler. Queensland, Louis
iana. (2) Rh)neophoriin ferruginous.
Java. (3) Sphenophorus Milieus (sac
rharl) the lady-bird boter of West In
dies and British Guinea. With these
may be included Xyleboru- perfornns, u
minute beetle, the "ihot-borer" of tho
West Indies. Wo have many species
of Xyleborus in thei-e Inlands, both
Indigenous and imported, but none, so
far as I know, tl.Kt attack .ine.
B. Caterpillars of tnotlm, which
should be called "moth-bcrrri." To
this class 1, longs the notorious Ilia-
1lfTn.r..l nlnl. ... .,. .if ....( I... a. fn I
tract. The literature at my lOmmand
noes noc ensuip ire io uoiermine tut
Identity of the moth-borer" of various
sugar countries, but they nro found In
the West Indies Java, A mtialln. Brit-1
Ifh India. Louisiana ttc. We hno
nothing In these Ii.nril tl nt ipneiiM
thete destructive Int'ott.,
To these may be nddd otbei i-.ilcr-
pillars called top-borer, ttio nature of
whlrh Is sufficiently explanatory and
ou will know bett'r then royo-lf thu
chances cf Introducing these.
Remedies fcr Ptrlr.
It Is certain that two or tln- larvaa
of the pects that live In the ttni of the
cane might serve to lop-il.-te tin so Isl
ands In a f-w kr. with unities'
nnmlcrs of theii sr"U. WLjt effot
the lemedlcs you adopt In tieatlng Im
ported cane would hrve en th larvao
hidden from tight In tl hit of tlie
stem I do not know, but I would sug
gest that you experiment with thesn
remedies on itland cane infthled with
the island borer In 'iltfient itagi'a of
growth. I bellow- that a Mirk ol cane
containing a few small larvae of bor
ers would show little or no xternnt
sign of being affe-itMl. yt these would
be quite sufficient to stock (Tie Islands.
Therefore all cane Imported should bo
rigidly treated and In such n way as to
make sure that borers oi their larvae
concealed In the heatt would bo de
stroyed, and at the same time the cane
should be uninjured by the moans
adopted. The cane ol these Islands
being nt the present time free from so
many Injurious foreign loien. it la of
the utmon importance to keep them
Most Injurious Pcttr.
The other most Injur ioi.s, pi s,tn or
cane whlrh would be likely to he In
troduced are species if that i lass to
which the Japanese bctle of those.
Islands bolongs. Such aie the well-
known Lepldculerma il.eplilinin) iillm
hirta of Aiu-tinlla, th Apogcnla de
tune tor of Jnvn eto. Fer,o of theso
species not only do pit at ''.image by1
di-vouiing the roots of the nne as lar
vae, hut like the Japanese bietlo de
foliate the sairiouurilng ti h, ,ik ma
ture beetles. Insects eit I hi-, (b me
much more likely to he Introduced
with other plants from into ted dis
tricts than with e-nne IIkHI .
No doubt the list of lns ts Iniurlnus
to these Islands could be 1m reascil by
special observation'- and nn-i' definite,
information about in ny of them would
be desirable. My own work d ning the
Must Watch Batter.
other positions. It is a well-known and
mustered these points, he should w.tti-It
Bil ... flint - ...... In .,ni, li,.,tmr H.n
Recorded May 16, 1902.
Territory of Hawaii to Mrs. L. Na
aim; deed, pieces land, School street,
Honolulu, Oahu; $1. Book 231, page
378. Dated May Io, 1002.
Kaloann ami husband to Moelkitahl
l Davlda; deed; three loltsof Kul.
4313 and one acre kula land, Lalcwal
Koolattloa, Oahu; J 10. Book 231. page
37D. Dated November 27, 1894.
B. F. Dillingham and wlfo to Hale-
Iwa Hotel Company, Limited; deed;
Ap. 3, It. P. 3118, Kill. 2692. Walalua.
Oahu; six leaseholds, buildings, ac
counts, eft"?; 871 shart-R stock. Book
231. page 38o. Dated May 14, 1902.
Clara P. Lowrlo to Hawaiian Trust
Company. Limited; power 5f nttor
noy: general powers. Book 233 pago
189. Dated May Hi, 1902.
Tllllo E. Lowrlo to Hawaiian Trust
Company. Limited: nower nt nttnrnm
general powers. Hook 235, page 190.
M. Aona and wife to Keluwah.inu
kit; deed; poftfon It. It. 169fi Kul.
4S78 Pnhoa. Lahalna. Maul, $lfin.
Rook 231, page 383. Dated March 12
Icn jours that I hac worked at tho
Hawaiian fauna has been chlelly purel
scMeiilaflo. as opposed to economic, and
has led me rather to th6 mountain foi
ests with tholr comparatively abundant
and highly peculiar fauna, so strongly
opposed to the commonplace foreign
Insects of the plains and cultlxatod re
gions, and excepting on this Island urn
Knual I hao rarely visited a cimr-fleld
Consequently I can glc you no definite
Information as to the range of the viri
ons species t hac enumerated on tho
iiiueicni isianils of tho group. With
regard to the llanallan cune-beirer It It
Perhaps worth remarking thut about
1877 It was only rcnortcil nn mi-., in
banana slnm In the mnnninln. !..i n-
.. - .' .
Uev T. Blackburn nt Mini tim rni
dent naturalist, makes no mention of
ii us nuacKing cane. It was not until
ten years later that specimens weie
tent to Washington us nn Insect Inlurl
ems tu cane Although ccitalnly Intro
duced, It Is not likely that the time of
lis Introduction will ever be known
Youig ery truly.
It. C. L. PEIIKLWS
III .0CUlbcr Of lust venr Prof IC.n.
bole, as chairman of the Committee m '
Diseases of Cune. gain nn lnimossUo
i-H.iiine or me risk which would bo
entailed by lnsufllclcnt precautionary
measures respecting variety Importa
tions. From his report we would quote
A Pointed -Example,
"Somctlmo during tho spring of the
present year. Mr. H, E. Blouln hud
written to Demcrara for n select lot of
seedling canes, to be cultlnie,i nn
these Islands. As shown In note rucelv-
en iiy .Mr. Eckart, the Diamond planta
tion shipped tho samo on July :,. 1901,
As we hac been able to trace It, tlio
consignment ennic by way of New Or
leans and had been shipped to San
Prnnclsco by the S. V. & S. J. II. U Co
It,nrrhed at this port on tho S. R.
Mariposa, September 2.
"On October 12 the Experiment Sta
tion was notified of the arrival of the
sumo. Being laic on Saturday It could
not be brought out until Monday. Oc
tober II. As agreed with Mr. Clarke,
I examined tho cane the following day.
"Tho consignment consisted of n
single Biigar barrel with some elvht
holcs surrounding tho same, about one
by live Inches. Tho cane within having
been tied in bundles, iic-ceirdlng Io the
Miriouos, weio unrounded with dr
leaU'8. Both of the ends were tnrioil
We could find but very few sticks that
had any molstuie left, cvldonti) the
same hud been dead for keverul weeks.
Many of them, and oven the tarred
ends, showed holes from whore some
Insects had Issued. Excry stick was
spilt open nnd carefully examined, and
was found Io be Inhabited by hundreds
of our common nnt. Phelilole mega
cephahi; n cosmopolitan species Moat
of them showed the work of the cane
Inner, similar In all respects to tho
worn oi our own neetiu, some even
consisted of hut a shell filled with looso
fiber and many cocoons, open at the
one end. We also found n few- fresh
traces of larvan of ai lous stages, yet
none of these could be dotocti'd, owing
to tho numerous ants that bad devour
ed the same. Within one of the co-J
coons a pupa of the beetle was found
paitly devoured by the untie At the
bottom of the ban el a hectic, was found
which had been destrojed sometime
pievlous by a fungoid disease. I found
two pcifoit cocoons, one containing a
comparatively fresh Insect ol de
stroyed by this paiasltlc fungus some
two or thre-e weeks pioNlous. The sec
ond lontalnrd n living beetle which
was the only one In the whole con
signment. The bin i I ami Its contents
weie Immediately limned"
I-'iom what has been said coneinlng
the danger of Introducing these urlous
cane posts Into the Islands we believe
it U mado oildt-nt that no preiuutlnn
should he omitted which will assist In
uveitlng such Injurious consequences.
The enileuwii' to substitute hurdler and
thriftier canes for certain loialltles
, '"'r climatic conditions and present
NailCtles SCOni Incompatible U bill a
natural desire, but such substitutions
are apt to do moie harm than good It
we are at the same time to accommo
date prolific breeding pests of a serious,
nature on our cane fields.
Ily a proper system of tnne examina
tion and fumigation together with the
Inspection of other plans entering these
Islands, this danger will be reduced to
Senders of cane should be reeiucsied
to cccludc leaf-wrappings from their
lOllPlgnmeiits and to piepaie cml per
fectly sound sections for shipment Thu
slnple sealing of the e mis of seed c uni'S
with parnfllne, and wi.ipplng tin- ludl
Ultlual pieces with paper before lug
1 glng will Insure the best kei plug con
dltlons and the least d'tnget of Intiii-
riuclng destructive Iiueets.
'Itespi'otfitlly submit I ed.
C. T. IX'KAHT.
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tad trtry is nlnutM thereafter till 104). it'ts n4
iijsr.n rren waiRiKi rototnt runinou sutut.
Itava R Rantt orPawia iwttcb f or town at
, UA.M. tai vrv it m mutes thereafter till tt oS. m.
Car Itavt Foit and Klnr streets comer for PaJaaa
itfi.io A.M. and every
$ nloutes afttr till it.t$
Cars Itavt for Palama only at 5 and j:o A.M
Cars leave Palimalor Walklkf j 4) a m and rttrr
11 mrautestlll 43 P m
then at ta tt enJ io 41 .m
A from Pa I a me tat Punabou onlv roi
Cars Itavi Fort and Klnr streets cornet foi Rifle
Ranjts at $ 10 and tuAM,
Cars leave Fort and Kin; streets corner for Walblk
tt 6 05 A.M. andeveryij minutes till ioejP.v then at
10 u and 11.4 p , The it. 15 p.m. joei to Walklkf
BERETANIA STREET AND fUUANU VALLEY.
Cars leave Punahou Stable for Town at ) and
(or Town and Valley ati 40 s s 6 10 ,to 6 40 ? and
Carsleavt Oahu Collet for town and Valley at
6-o 6 jo and fio A.M and ever) 10 minutes till to-ic
P.m. atceptth even bourandhatf, hour cars wtlcl
run from the S title
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6 jo 6 50 A, en4
very 10 minute thereafter till to so P.M
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Puna hog
Codecs at 6 o$ 6 ij 6 s a M end every 10 minutes
after till 9 4J P.M, After that the cars run to the
Stable up to 11:50P.M. which Is the lastcar from Town
rsachrnrtb Stable at 11 jop.m
Telephone to All Parts of the Island,
iv-EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HEXRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountain.
An excellent chance la offered tor
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the S. 8. Mauna uus
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
to Uookena, where the steamer 1 men
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1811.
t ... j'l
STATIONS DAILY DAILY
(Oulwiri; ii. Sun daily i. Sun daily daily
A.M AM. A.M. P.M. PM
Honolulu .... t.io 9 tj ii.of ) is jv
Prt City.... Sol g tt n o 1 4? :so
Ew Mill ... S j) ioo8 It oo 4 os .to
W.Un to s 4 4S ....
W.l.lu ii, ss s 40 ....
Kahuku lt.)s 6. is ....
(InwttJ) i Sun. daily daily daily
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Kahuku s')s .... so
Wililua i io .... .so
Walana ? io ... 1 SS
Ewa Mill t.yj T 4S of 4).
Ptail City o.is lot i:o e ji
Honolulu. .... .... o.jo 8. s i os s
r C. SMITH, Ocn'l Pass. & Ticket Ait.
O. P. DKNI8QN. Superintendent
THE UNION EXPRESS CO
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamcra from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam
r. Wblte and Black Sand For Salt
Office with Cvenlncr Bulletin, HI
King street. Tel 86.
fl. LARSEN, Wfl
When You Want a Rig
ItlNQ UP Till
LIVERY BOARDING and
i : : : : sib fort street
Btable 'Pnoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. DELLINA.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENOlNbEKS ANU : : :
Piam 1.4 tktlmatet lurnlthti lor all claa
Tel. Main 245.
'ROOM 30P 30ST0N BLK. Honolulu.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved nnd niodoru SUOAR MA
CHINh'RY of every capacity and de
acrlptlon made to order. Holler work
ncV RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion ald to JOU WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.