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CHANTS, 8UGAR FACTORS
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Geo, 11. Robertson
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HOKOLIL'J IRON WORKS
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no,T in London
data Jan. 23,
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has dona my hair
a world of good.
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la now thick, glotaj,
and soft, and bea
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' lqng. Ajert Hair Vigor
jught to be mod 1
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Special 'Meeting of Stockholders of
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
" ',( it ' i 'ii . . r
Notice Is hereby bIvoh that a spo-
ctnl meetitiR of tlie stockholder)! of
Hawaiian HuRar Co, will lie held on
Tuesday, the 17th day of May, J910(
at 2 o'clock p. m., nt the nfllce of
the company, Stnneenwnld huildlne,
II6i:olitln. for thci purpnsn of tansldi
erlnc on Increase In Ihe capital stock
of. said Hawaiian Sucnr Company.
Ily order of the 2nd Vlce-lVeil-dent.
i:i.mi:r i:. paxton.
Secrelnry, Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Honolulu, May C, 1910.
4 CI. 1-1 d
Special Meeting. of Stockholders of
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Notlco Is hereby Riven that a spe
cial moetlue nf tho ttiir-kholders of
Knhnktt Plantation Company will bo
held on Wednesday, the 18th day of
Mpy. 1910, at 2 o'clock1 p. m., at the
office of the company, Stuugenwnld
InitldlnK, Honolulu, for the purpose
(Of inuHldcrlnK an Increase in the
capital stock nf said KaliuKtt I'lati-
Ily order of tho Vlrc-Prcsldent.
K. tt. PAXTON,
Secretary, Kahuku Plantation Co.
Honolulu, May C, 1910.
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M T 1 A ri Tr
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CHARLOTTE C. tVIJS . '
r.'i," i .
Fine Race Ends in Victory for Boat
Sailed by George Crozier.
King Knlnkau.i'i beautiful cup la
now In the ppflsaloli of (loome Cro
zier, who jesjerday sailed 'the Char
lotte c. to victory over the nlndys,
failed by Turn ilnrf. Tho cup has
been lp Ihe bands of the owner of
tl)H ,(llalyHfor n long time, and It
will now have to be handed over to
tiioiiicw holder of the honor.
The Charlotte C, won the race
yesterday by a margin nf sixteen
minutes and lit toon eronds from
the. Gladys, and the rnco wan veil
worth seeing. Tho fourKn .Was frrim
the harbor to a boat pn Diamond
Head, nnd thonro In I'oarl llnrbor
and back ngaln to tho starting
point. The winning bout took .V
liourn 27 minutes 35 seconda to
cover tho lUstan, ,,nnd, tho 0ndfl
took 3 hours 4.1 ml nut on and fu
seconds. , ,
Tho Hawaii fnllofed tbo rare, and
under tho able supervision of Com
moiloro Wilder gnvo n InntitlTuI ox-
lilltltlon. 'Kho slliipcd through , tho
water In great style, nnd the way
nho was linndMd promises well for
her chnnces lu the coming trnns-Pn-clhc
n n a
DOTS AND DASHES. ,
1 Joseph, on first, did snino remark
able Juggling Kstonlny: ho tried to
cntch a ball Hint bounced out. of bis
hands nnd then back Into them. Ho
was so nnxlotiH (o catch .the sphele
tho second tlmo that ho knocked It
back over his bead Into tho hands of
Deponte. who had nn ocr from sec
ond to rover first. The crowd watched
the feat wllh bated breath, nnd n.great
yell went up w.hpn, tho batsman waa
The senior championship scrlcn of
handball games will start today nt
tho V. M. C, A. and each player will
hao to meet every other n'ltycr In
tho competition once. Tho following
schedulo of games ha? been arranged:
f'ook On vs. Webster. Monday, 3:3b
l. in.; i. Jiuin vs. i.cwis, iiicsuay.
4:30 p. in.; Mnrcalllno vs. Johnston,
Wednesday, 4":30 p. in.; Nott s. De
colto, Wednesday, fi i. m.; Illanctinrd
vs. Rascman, Thursday, 12th, 0:30
1 Tho Port Rugcr baseball learn trav
eled down to I-elleluia on Sunday and
,went up ngalnst Iho Klfth Cavalry
nine. That was It; they sure .went .up
ngalnst Iho Cavalry, nnd when, tliq
smoKC cleared 11 wus seen tnai 1110
Lellehua buncli was 11 to tbo Artll
lery boys' gnqso egg. Tho, Ilugerltes
purely got It gpod nnd hard, at Scho
flcld Darracks nnd It was a sad bunch
that caught tho tram back to town.
On the Kamcltameha Schools dla-
inond on Saturday, tho Inter scho-
Instt: series got going, nnd tho Oahu
pollego team met nnd defeated tho
Kama by a score of 4 to 2. The
game was keenly contested, nnd the
footers for both 'sides .were ninth In
vldenco during the afternoon.
... . "
Next Wednesday ovening Iho Mar
Incs'and Towulca will play tbo first
game of a two out of three scries that
tins been arranged. Later on the rort
phafters will play the winners of tho
dnrlncs-Town serlesT and somo Inter
esting games should bo seen. , ,
Thcro was a tugf-war on skates at
ho Princess rink last night, and the
'ort Shattor bojs showed what they
an do In the hauling line, by defeat
ng tho Fort Ruger representatives In
iRex Hitchcock did somo good
wtrllng fori tho .collcgo, , and ho
showed flno control. For, tho Kama,
Mlllkaa did gootUwork also, and he
struck out a bunch of men, .
P.wa handed A lea a packago to the
luno of 4 to 3 yesterday nt Aloa, and
the gamo was a good ono.,' -Ilenry Chit-.
Ilngworth umpired tho gamo and ho ,1b
t,ho right man for a Job of Uiat kind.
Nigel Jackson la working hi rd on
the fifteen miles running' rape, anil
r, number of men nro In actjvo .raln
ng for tho event. '
TAKING THE CENSUS.
"Much has been written lately ahnul
tho claboraio provisions made .by tho.
flnlted-State for-tlio Inking-of tho
ensus this year, and no llttlo arppunt
Of self-glorification has been lnduljed
In by tho press regarding tho perfec
tion of the "methods and machinery, to
be employed In reaching a trueiand
rapid count. .It may notjbo, howovor,
aniUa to glanco at what has been done
rlsowhoro In, this. direction. Sir H, II.
HlBley, sccrQtary for .tho homo depart
ment of India, recently Introduced Jn
tho council at Calcutta a hill for tho
holding of a census of India In March,
1911. Ho. said that. India hcld'MIm
record for the magnitude PMhe census
operations and Uje,;ureed with which
the results were published. Three
bundled million peoplu In India had
been counted between soven o'clock
and midnight, when tho last .census
was held, and tho results woro pub
lished IB days later. Tho conaus was
preeminently tho work of tho Indian
IN -7HE, plSTRtCT COURT- Or TrIB
UNttSB 3TATE3. TOR' THE 7KR.
R1TORY OP HAWAII.
THR UNITED STATES OP AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, VS. WILLIAM II.
CASTLE, ct at, Defendants.
Action brought In said District Court,
and tho Petition idled In the office of
the Cleric of gald District' Court, In
THR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA (1REKT
WILLIAM R. CABTLE; IDA D. CAS
TLE, wife of WILLtAM R. CASTLKj
WILLI AM R, CASTLE, Trustee j J. U.
JOHNSON, whore "full nnd true name
Is unknown; UWINI JOHNSON, wlfo
of J, D. JOHNSON, whoso full and true
namo Is unknown; WILLIAM C.
ACHIi HANNAH MARKHAM;
OEOlton MARKHAM, husband of
HANNAH MARKHAM: EDITH MOR
TON: HENRY O. MORTON, husband
of EDITH MORTON: MAUD PFLU
(3ER: HENRY O. rFI.UOER, husband
of MAUD PFLUOER; YONO AHIN;
SIU SHEE, wife of YONO AHIN: LEE
CHU, Trinioo: CUM HOY; LEE CHU;
CHUNO StlEE, wlfo of.LEE CHU; C.
DIN SINO, whoso full and true namo
Is unknown; WONO SEE, wiro of C.
DIN SINO, whoso full nnd true namo
Is unknown: T. KAT POO, whose full
and trtioinnmo Is unknown! I.EONO
SHEE, wlfo of T. KAT POO, whose
full and truo namo Is unknown; YKE
CHIN; AVQNO- SHEE,, wlfo of YEB
CHIN; CHIM SHEE: TI1E WESTERN
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COM-
PANY LIMITED, a corporation duly
Incorporated and organized under tho
laws or tno uniiea Kingdom or ureat
Britain and Irolnnd and having Its Reg
istered Ofllco at Dundee, Sqotlandt
YONO YAU; GHOW CIIONO T1N
CHOW DON.; NO MINO ..IQKE; EI
MER KAPAHULU, ROBERT KAIMU
KI, CHARLOTTE PALOLO and CLA
RA WA1KIKI. pnknown heirs at law
of KAAIHAEMA, deceased; MANUEL
LEAIII, AUGUSTUS WAIALAR. ED
NA IIANAMU and MARY N1U, un
knows heirs at law of HOOMOEA
PUIE, (w). deceased: ALFRED PUU
NUI, ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and MALAEA PALAMA,
unknown heirs at law of KANANI
MAULOA (w), deceased; JOHN AIEA,
CHARLES MUNANA, JOD WAIAU,
EUGENE MOlLHLt, VINCENT PA
IIOA, CLEMENT KOELE, MIRIAM
LEHUA, RUTH HALE, ELIZADETIt
MAKIKI, ARDin KALUAOLOHB.
LEILANI PUNAYAI. LYDIA MOKU.
and EVELYN POO, unknows owners
and claimants ''
You are hereby dlrcpted tQ appear,
and answer the Petition In. nn action
entitled as abovo, brought against yoil
In the District Court of the United
3tatos, In and for the Territory of Ha
waii, within twenty days from and of.
ter service upon you of a certified
copy oM'lalntlff's Petition herein, to
gether with a certincd copy of this
Summons , J
And. you nro hereby notified that
uniess you appear ami answer as
ibovo required, tho said Plaintiff will
take judgment ,and condemnation of
the lands described In tho Petition
herein and for apy .other relief de
manded In tho Petition. - t
W1T.NFSS THD HONORABLE A. O.
M. ROBERTSON, one of
the Judges of said. District
Court, this 18th day of
March in the, ypar of our
Lord ono thousand nine
hundred and ton and of
the Jndopendonce of the
Unl(cd states tho ono
hundred nnd thirty-fourth.
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No.i-61. DISTRICT COURT OF
THE Vi B. fqr the Territory of Hawaii.
.TUB-UNITED BTATEil OF AMERICA
va.i WILUAM' R. CASTLE, ct al.
SUMMONS. ROBERT W. BRECKONS,
Plaintiff's Attorney.". J
UNITED 8TATES OF AMERICA. )
Territory of Hawaii. )
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho Dis
trict Court of tho United States ot
America, In -and for tho Territory nml
District of Hawaii,' do 'heroby certify!
tho foregoing ;to be a full, truo nnd
cbrreet copy of tho original Potltlonf
and Summons In tho caso of UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. WILUAM
R., CASTLE et al., ob tho aomo roi
mains of record ana on fllo In the of
lice nt the" Clerk of said Court,
IN WITNESS WHREOF, I havo here
" unto sot imy hand nnd af.'
(Seal) fixed the seal of said Dis
trict Court this 21st day;
of March, A. D. 1010. 1
A. E. MURPHY.
Clork of United States District Uourt,
Territory of Hawaii.
. , . . B91-3m
, NOTICE OF REMOVAL. 7
, Cation, Nolll &. Co., Ltd., beg to
annoupco that on and after Thurs
day; 5th .Insr., (hey yll occupy . tho
n6w offlcs at their workB, Second
and Smith streets, Kakaako. '
Pau Ka Hana,
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