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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1Q11.
The Effects of Opiates-
'THAT I.NTAXTS nro peculiarly susceptible to opium ami lis various prop.
' nrntions, all of Tvliicli arc lyrcotlc, Is well known. Even in tho smallest
ilo.c.s, If continued, thoso opiate") ciitiso changes In tlio function and growth of
''lie cells, which nro likely to becomo porniancnt, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving fornlcoliol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such
as Introctablo nervous dyspepsia nnd lack of staying powers, aro a resultof dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their Infancy. Tho rule among
physicians Is that children should never receive opinies in the smallest doses for
mora than a day al a time, and only then If unavoidable.
The. administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Symps and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tlio druggist should not bo n party to It. Children who aro ill need tho attention
of a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to doo them willfully wllhnar
io'.Ics. Castoria contains no natcotlcs If it bears tho signature, of Clias. H. Fletcher.
lirn nl ii re
Votir preparation known an t'nMnrla I hatcn-wl 1
lor jrnriln rh.itirtQ 'acompuinttaml I bare foana ,
Johx J. Lirr. M D.
M For icrr ral yean I rrcemm 'twlrd your Vwtnrla'
M hU hj continue n do o, a it hai inttv
rlablj jtIuciI beneficial rwu'ln M
Ecwik F. I'nn-r, M. 1)., New York City.
"Tonr Cattorla la a tnrluri.tnii liouf-ehoM
rrmed. It U purely tecetflltlo anilaitu aa a inlM
ralharllc AVitq all. It 4i no harm, which la
more than can b raid of tha rct majority of cbll
Victor U, Corrv ak, 11. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30 Years.
When thermometer Says "It's Hot,"
Thermos Answers "Certainly Not,"
My contents are Icy Cold.
And when Thermometer goes below,
Says Thermos Bottle " 'Tis Not So"
For "All Is Hot I Hold."
And they are both right. The latest thing in Thermos Bottles is here
we have themi the pint bottle that we sell you for $2 each. "
Everybody can use a THERMOS now the prico brings them within
anybody's reach for everyday use. Call and look at the new bottle.
E. 0. Hall & Son
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On Renting a Store or Office
The Rent sign In your Store or offlco
meets the glance of but a casual hand
ful. Our little Want Ads, telHng Just
what you have to Rent, will meet the
eyes of thousands the very people look
ing for the place you have vacant. Costs
but pennies I And you are sure of get
ting the right tenant without need
less delay. Perhaps you yourself want
to Rent. Read, use, or answer our little
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
M I hmo pirtcrlbM your Cantorla In many ci'rt
ana na.ro alwaya found It an efficient and tpcedj
. 1'cri.m, M. I)., St. Loull, Mo.
" I hire n.cd yonr Ci.torla In my own houtchoM
n ith rxl rcilu, ana htvo sdvlrd covert! idrrU
to one It for lt rollj, laxttlto fflVct nd freedom
frumhtrm." P.dwabd 1'iniii, h, M. D.,
Brocldjn, N. T.
"YnnrCsMorts holili the celccra of tho nicllcai
profrrrlon In a manner htM by no other proprietary
preparation. It la a auro and rtlliUo medicine to'
infanta and children, la fart it la tho unlriratl
houathotd remedy for lufantllo sllmenli."
J. A. Pahmr, M. D., Kanaaa City, Mo.
& CO., Ltd.,
Tho YOUNG HOTEL LAUNDRY
lias the latest methods In laundering
PHONE 1861 and 1862
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First Excursion to Other Is
lands Will Be Up for Dis
The Trull mill Mountain flub uiul
the Hiinds-Arouii'l-thc-PucHIc request
nil who wish to assist In making up
n three-dollar round-trip week-end ex
cursion to unc nf tlio other Island,
with n full ilny nshore. tu meet at tlio
olllccs on Kins street occupied by tho
Knlmukl IjiihI Company at 5:13 tumor-j
Fred Zloalor nmt n iiiinilirr of IiIm
trninpcrs have already made up qulto
n party, mill u liiiinhor of Initio bnvo
asked for reservations. Tho staterooms
will ho reserved for the luillori. It Is,
probable that nt tho meeting tho Island
to ho vMtril will bo selected anil n
date set for tho cxcir-lon. I
5Iniil will wcloomo tlio party, nnd,
MhtrnKcr Flpld will in.it.o a fifty-cent ;
the day In Ino Valley Tho canyons of ,
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llllini IV PI) I'lllIH' III, II liirtllJ.".Hll,
, .1 ,. . 1
Hliu iin-n- HIT iiiiini; M nw . inn n rjitit.i
11 ilny on llttli-knnuti Nllhnii. It Is
prnhnhle that Mr. Parsons of the Sierra,
Mnmitlnir I'llmhiiir I'liih of Cn rnrnii.KI
who lielped orcnnlzp tho Trail and
Mountain flub, will have n few words
to say. iih ho has Juct returned from a
Mnul-Hnwall trip nnd Is nn nrdent en
thusiast. Mr. Smith of the Spokane fhamber
of Commerce, of which he Is one of
the live members, will also be Invited
to be present nnd tell In his Interesting
wn how that bmlv trains the ynuiiR
men of the city to do oltintnry promo
tion work, mid the splendid results Hint
have accrued from this up-to-date
lll"tllOll. i . . ;
The steamer that will bo used by
Hip excursionists will bo a small one,
as will be the price of tho excursion
tickets. Thoxe who nro promoting the
excursion, however, iiosure everjono
til it they havo discovered n posltlvo
Iireeiit,lyr for Hint scnslcfc feelnt. nnd
none need fear to trust themselves to
'Tlio boat choen will leave Honolulu
after dinner, prolmbfy on li Saturday
nlsht to"be selected, arrive tit ono
of the Ixluiids nt la. llk-ht on Sunday,
and leave after dinner Sunday evenlnir
fur tb" return. The excursionists may
take their provisions with them, or se
cure their meals ashore
PLANS TO GO ON
lltiild'UK on tho site acntilrcd to
conll by the llrcttct Kstitlo from
Htiice Caitwilsht, Sr on the corner
of Hotel ami Union slroots will bu
bcRitn within a fow weeks and in)
iniiro time will ho spent In ncRotlnt-
ItiK fnf fnrthci prnpoity thoro, tic
ctirdlns to a stntcinent front a ropc-
KPiitnmn of tho cstnlo this morning.
It w:s tho phiitH for ro-locnlliiK
union sit eel and it ptoposed deal ho
tweett tho lliower l.stnlo and Iho Ter
ritory that atotihcd a lot of oppO'il
tlon at Ilic Inst session of tho IcrIm
Inline, ii'siiHIiir llnally In Iho defeat
of (lie bill to ic-locnlo union street
Tho defeat of this bill meant that tho
llrewer IioIiIIiirh cannot bo extended,
It w'ns slated this inornlnir that Iho
ostato will piocced nt unco with Its
pIiiiiK for a two and posslbm three
story InillilliiK, and Unit If Hotfd
street Is wlnened, as has lieen pto
posed. the Territory will hno to pay
for Iho Improvements put on tho pro
perly Iry tho estate. Tlio building will
occupy the full size of tlio plot bought
ftoin Mr. C'artwilght, and any sttcct
widening will hao l() ho ilono by
cttttlng nff part of tho building.
Architects' plans havo been drawn
for Iho building, which is to bo of
reinforced conciolo, nnd bids will bo
called for In u few weeks. Woik
o iilhe building hlinnhl start by tho
middle of summer.
Piobably tonight Hie water will be
all pumped nut of tlio (lrtt caisson
section of Iho Ppatl llarbot dryijock
the pumps Htirtlnir on tho work jov
1 jeriluy morning and pumping nt tho
i ralo of half u million gallons an hour
1 until tilghlfnll nteu ono pump wps
l shut off .
I Tho wnler was lowered during iho
! (!n nt the into of two foot per hour
nnd In the afternoon tho upper story
of iho false ci lb woik was exposed In
All Iho afternoon and Ibis moiiilng
! tho two pumps woto kept going, nnd
tlio wnv tho wilier loworod showed
Hint there wero practically no leaks
In tho shoot piling which hns been
built mound Iho 'Jiin-feel scellon of
Wookly Uullutlu tl per year,
t: :: tt tt ntttitinti n tt
H. 8P011T CALENDAR.
tt If Managers of baseball nnd nth- tt
t! or ulhlctlc tenuis would notify tlio St
tt II 11 1 la 1 1 11 of tho dates of prn- it
tt pospil nmlchca so Hint such In- tt
tt fnrmatlon could bo iibiccd In tho tt
tt sport calendar It would bo con- St
tl sldcrod n favor. Address all com- tt
tt iiinnlcatloni to Spotting IMllor, St
:t 11 k 1 io 1 1 n onicc.
Friday, May 5. it
MoctlttK Trail and Miiiinlniit Club tt
St Kaliiinkl Uiiul Olllrc, T p. lit. tt
tt llasuball Putts. s. Kimm. nt It
tt Knmehautcha. St
SS Daskotball Kallhl vs. V,
St A., nt Honolulu.
M. C. SSI
St Handicap Tennis Tournament
SS Saturday, May 6.
SS Hascbnll Katus. h. I'nualiou.
SS nascball STTl-ouls vs. HlRhs.
SS Sunday, May 7
ts Simar Ihriic (lames ul Kwn SSi
tt Kwn . Wnlpahit. Al Alcn It
SS Alea vh. Wnlaiuic. tt
tt Monday, May 8. SS
tt nascball, Komi vs. St I,ouls. tX
tt Wednesday, May 10. tt
tt Ilnseball Kntns. M. IIIkI'h.
S,''.Zi .'V,. n...n
8f. , , y,, fy J,',,
SS Hawaii Yacht Cub Cruise
. t , ,
It Wnlunno Hchnnliic Sunday.
,.!, ., , , .. , i-l..l, '
" oiiiuuci i.i-aiuiii i.. -"" "
(( l UOltntry unit) iTCSt- u
debt's Cup Piny.
SS Sunday, May 14.
SS Sugar Icnguo flames at
Kwa vs. Alcn. At Walpahtt SS
Walpahtt vs. Walaiine.
SS flolf nt Country
SS dent's Cup Piny.
tt Monday, May IS.
SS Haschtill Knnis. vs. Puu.ilioii.
tt Dnsoball Highs vs. Kams.
SS Wednesday, May 17.
SS Championship Tennis Tourua- tt
SS ineiit. Singles Commences SS
SS Four 'Courts.
tt Saturday, May 20.
SS Honolulu Tenin Io Maul fur Soc
SS cer dnmc.
SS Saturday. May 27.
tt Ladles' l.n'y tluwnll Yacht Club s(
SS rciftcrtalns. SS
SS Hnwall Yncht Club D.iuco Pearl
SS Harbor. SS
SS Sunday. May 28. SS
SS Ladles' Day of Hawaii Yncht
St Cluh Pearl Harbor. SS
SS' . ts
Defeated Central Grammar
13-5 at Makiki Field
In a otie-sliUd game yesterday aft
ernoon, St Louis defeated Central
(Iramumr nine ll-D. tho game being
plnril on Mnkll.1 Held, It was tho llrst
Inning that did the damage, for In that
period Tlio Saints put seven men oxer
tho plate nnd the lend obtained was
too much for the opposing team to ro
Ciutriil (iriiuimnr Jay Tong. 3b.;
Melm. rf : like, "li.: Drasli, ii,: Peters,
IN BY SAINTS
lb.; (Iriicc, c; Mltsuru, ss,; Alfred, lf.;!llvcred an uildtcss to tho members of
Chllllngworth. cf. Itho order.
St. Umls College J. Holllngcr, ss.;j He- was accompanied by Illustrious
Murkhum, lb.; Nye, c; "W. IIolllnger, Potcntuto James D. McCandless of
If.; Nako, 3li.; I.lnilley, cf.; Swan, 'Jb,;i Aloha Temple, Honolulu. Acting as
Wing Tnl. rf ; Sllva, lf.-c.j Jutissen, p.!
Score by Innings: j
Central Orammiir. ...02310000 0 5
St Louis 71310100 13
Central ririiiiimnr....l 22 10000 00
St Louis 42320201014
Errors Central flraiiimur 7, bt.
tu n n
FANDOM AT RANDOM
The dunce of tho Myrtlo club which
Is planned tu tako place ut tho Seaside.
Hotel on Friday. May 12, will bo an
affair to mink the social activities of
this famous club for tho present sea
son Tho daneo .Is being given to get
money to help pay for tho now bargo
which H being built on the Coast for
Eddlf lVriiiiii(lez plans u ladlex' night
on Friday at tlio Orphcuin for Mm ex
hibition of the Jeffries-Johnson light
pictures, nnd It Is expected Mutt Micro
will be a bilge number of tho fair sex
III Iho aiidlenco that evening,
It Is expected by Manager Love that
llnol iiriungemcntB for the hlrshlp
lligbts ut I.elU'bua will be mudo by
Friday of this week. He was out to
Seholleld yesterday, but nothing dell
nlte was decided upon.
Tlieie Is lotH doing In tho spor lino
on M ii ul these days, and the funs on
Mm Yalli'j Isle aro not lacking III
amusement of the kind that makes
the pulses qukken with good, red
"A Ilnseball Man for Mine," Is Mm
title of n song written by Miss Ornlee
, I.,, ,I.A I it,l.?l......... hn,,annnH ..Ipl
1,11 ,11,1 Wlk.UIIUIIIil ,11-T, (.1,,,,'V, fill.
who Is nu nrdent fan mid follower of
tlio baseball games of tho country.
Waianae Cruise Date and
Dance and Ladies' Day at
Harbor Decided Upon.
The nipmbprs of the Hawaii Yncht
nub nro lnnkhiR forward to tho deacon
of 1911 with rrrcnt enthusiasm, poma of
which has been Injected by Charles O.
K Jtillen of Vancouver, who Is one of tho
SS', tnott enthusiastic of yachtsmen.
SS The opcnhiK crnlic and races to Pearl
tt' Harbor last Sunday wero so well nt
jj tended that the mcinliprn of tho club
jj loo! forward to nrentcr things this sea
" "" rvir before, nnd nt, n mcctlim
iivni mn evt-niiiK incru iviw n inrc ni
tendmice. Several matters of Importance enmo
up for dlscu'slon, and It was decided
to havo tho Volanno cruise on liny
., 13-14, nnd n dance nnd ladles' day ut
L.l'curl Hnrbor later In tlio month.
l ri. ii'fllnnA ...,- t 41. . .,.,
. m- if.iiiuiiiu luii-o in iiu iii'ai lllillK
on the proKrntu, nnd this will take
two days, the boats nolng around to
"I the other (ildo on Saturday, Muy tfl, and
"l.flflimkin.ln I I ...... I ..I ,1... ,.,, ..... I .. ..
.Iklllllinih n JIUII1MUIV, IIU iUIIUWINK
nru-rnoon ufter hlKh Jinks for nearly
.May 28 has been set upon as ladles'
day by the club members, and tho
wbolo bunch will bo ut Pearl Harbor
on that day for n great celebration.
The trip dow. will bo made the day
before Saturday and a dance will bo
held ut tho clubhouse that evening.
In charge of the Walanno cruise,
Vice-Commodore Kerr has been chos
en, us Crozlcr Is busy with other mat
ters. Four honorary members wero elected
last nlglit-rrraiicls Smith, J. Hartman,
Df. O'Connor and li Podntoro.
Cnmtnjtteeie chosen ut tho meeting
Finance, Vltfdt Commotions II, Ii.
Kerr, Kenneth Ilrnwn,' entertainment,
J.tck O'Brien, U Podmore, K, .Meeker;
transportation and lighting, It. Itcittiw,
Harry Dallcy; refreshment, Oeorge
Turner, 'John II. Magoon.
James S. McCundlcss, potentate of
Aloha Temple, Mystic Shrine, took n
Prominent part In the recent senil-nn-niiul
session of Islam Temple, San
lYanclscn, The San Krnnclco Chron
icle of April 23 publishes tho following:
The seml-nnnuiil ceremonlnl session
of IkIhiii Temple, Ancient Arable Or
der of Nobles of tho Mystic Shrine,
was held last night at Pavilion rtlnk,
and was attended by many of tho
members of tho Knights Templar of
California, who recently adjourned ut
San Joe. Tho session commenced with
n dinner nt (i:,10 o'clock for tho Dlvnn
nnd Arab patrols, after which tho of
Potcntuto rrancls V. Keesllng di
rected tho uffalrs of tho ceremonial.
Imperial Potcntuto Kied A. 1 lines of
tho Imperial Council of North Atner
Ifn, made the session the occasion of
his annual visit to Islam Temple, hav
ing liiiiriici ed from Scranlun, Pu. Ho
was received In splendid stlo and do
their personal escort wero tlio Imperial
representatives of Islam Temple, Past
Potentate Charles L. Field, Ilohert It.
Moore, (iiorgo Fllmer and William
Moro than llfty Wniild-bo Bbrlners
wero Initiated Into the templo and at
10 o'clock 1200 members of tho organ
ization sat dowii to the linmiuet board,
win re the fun was fast and furious
until the session broke up at iiildulgbt.
"Socialist Foundations" Is the sub
Ject that Challcs Edward Russell, tlio
noted inagnslun wi Itpr and economist
Will speak upon tomortow afternoon at
tho lecture to bo given nt 2:30 o'clock
In the mukiil pavlllun of tho Young
Hotel rouf-gai den.
' Mr. Russell will nrrlo on tho Chlyo
Muni finm the Orient, nnd ncco'fdlns
to the latest wltelcss messages tho
Chlyo will be III port tomorrow morn
lug, so that the presence of tho fu-
inoiis "muck-taker Is assured, t
Thero urn undoubtedly a great many
people In Honolulu who will avail
themselves of this nppot Utility of hear
lug Ml' Ilussell. Ills lectin o will no
doubt bo uloug tlio lino of his recently
published book, "Why I Am a Social
ist" Opportunity will bo given at the
tloo of the lecture for ans questions
Mint ntijone may wish to ask of lilm.
The eniiiinlttpo tint N iiriaiigliig for
Mio lei lute wishes Io make It clear
that this Is a free lcctuie, open to tho
general public, and that ladles as well
as gentlemen are Invited to attend,
IN T1IK DISTRICT C0UI1T OF TDK
UMTUD STATUS IN AND l'OH
THE TKItlUTOItY 01' AND D1S
TI1ICT OP HAWAII.
UNITED BTATI33 OF AMERICA.
Plaintiff and Petitioner, vs. AU
GUSTUS F. KNUD9EN: EilIO A.
KNUDSENj ANNIE S. KNUDSEN;
ANNIE S. KNUDSEN, Guardian of
ARTHUR S. KNUDSEN; ARTHUR
S. KNUDSEN; IDA E. VON HOLT;
HENRY M. VON HOLT; MAUD
K. QARSTIN; KEKAHA 8UUAR
COMPANY, a corporation organiz
ed and existing under and by vir
tue of the laws of the Territory of
Hawaii; THE TERRITORY OF
HAWAII; UISIIOl- TRUST COM
PANY, a corporation organized und
existing under nnd by virtue of tho
laws of tho Territory of Hawaii;
and SAMUEL ALOAROUA, JANE
CIUAVA, MARY MANGO and JOHN
HANYAN, unknown owners nnd
claimants, Defendants and Re
spondents. You are hereby directed to appear,
and answer tho Petition In an action
entitled as above, brought against you
in tho District Court of tho United
States, In nnd for the Territory of
Hawaii, within twenty days from nud
nfter service upon you of a cor tilled
copy of Plaintiff's Petition herein, to
gether with a cortllled copy of this
And you nro hereby notified that un
less you appear and answer as above
required, tho said Plaintiff will tako
judgment of condemnation of the
landa described In the Petition heroin
and for any other rollcf demanded In
"WITNESS THE HONORAD'.B
SANFORD D. DOLE and THE HON
ORADLE A. O. M. RORERTSON,
Judges or Enid District Court,-this' Gth
day of January, In tho year of our
Lord ono thousand nine hundred nnd
cloven and of tho Independence of tho
United Slates the ono hundred and
(8gd) A. E. MURPHT,
No. 72. DISTRICT COURT OF THE
U. S. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA vs. AUOUSTUB F. KNUDSEN, et
al. SUMMONS. RORERT W. RRECK-
ONS and WILLIAM T. RAWLINS, At-
torncys for Plaintiff.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
District of Hawaii ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho Dis
trict Court of the United States of
America, In and for the Territory nnd
District of Hawaii, do hereby certify
the foregoing to be a full, true and
correct copy of the original Summons
In the case of THE UNITED STATES
0"F AMERICA vs. AUGUSTUS F.
KNUDSEN, et al., as the same remains
of record and on file In tho odlco of
the Clerk of said Court.
1 W1TMI?3Q WnrrnPflTT t hnvfl
hereunto set my hand niieV dfflx'ld'tne
seal or said District Court this 17th
day of January, A. D. 3,011.
(Seal) A. E. MURPHT,
Clerk of the United Statoa District
Court, Territory of Hawaii.
By F. L. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk.
H. M. KING GEORGE V.
Tho undersigned has been requested
by some llrltlsh residents to cull n
meeting In tho ballroom of tho Young
Hotel (fifth tloor), on Friday, May r,
lull, nt 8 p. tn, for tho purpuio of
discussing tho milliner In which Coro
nation Day shall bo celebrated Im Ho
nolulu. A largo unit representative
attendance of thoso Interested Is hoped
RALPH G. E. rOItSTEU.
It. 11. M. Consul.
Honolulu, Huwnll, May 3, 1911.
(PLANNING TO LEAVE THE CITY,
OWNER WILT. SELL CHEAP AND
ON EASY TK.RM8 A PRKTTY HOME
ON MATLOCK AVENUE.
For particulars see .
Island Investment Co.,
Member of llnwallau Slock Ex
change; Room 10,1, Staiigennald build
ing, Telephone 1SSI; Postolllce box.
SOC. Cable iiddress: "Bulldog."
Splendid lots In Nuiinnii Tract on
easy terms 121,0 up Tho electric lino
extension pusses this tract.
K'ni.li stnet liomw L'lOOO,
Cholcir propel ty In Kamchameha
Park Tract. Sewer, electric light, good
st"nts, ilectrle cilr set vice,
A lino bargain! Four tuttages in
lltst-class condition, near upper I.l
lllui strict, tenting for PC per month
FOR RENT Splendid new cottago
In line location nt Knllhl 3Ti.
J. H. SCHNACK,
137 Merchant Street
SANITARY PLUMDINQ, SEWER
CONNECTIONS, TIN WORK
"THE PIONEER PLUMBER"
182 MERCHANT STREET
Dluuk books of ull sorts, 1-Ogeia,
etc. manufactured by thu U u 1 1 o 1 1 u
i publishing Company.
IN THE, UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, FOR THE TERRITORY
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER-
1CA, Plaintiff, vs. CECIL BROWN,
Trustees, et nl., Defendants. Ac
tion brought in said District
Court, and tho Petition filed In
tho ofllco of tho Clerk of said
District Court, in Honolulu.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
CECIL DROWN, HENRY M. VON
HOLT and ALUERT N. CAMP
DELL, Trustees under tho last
Will und Testament of JAMES
CAMPBELL, deccused; AI1IOA1L
W. KAWANANAKOA; KALAKA
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
LANI KAWANANAKOA, other
wise called KAPIOLANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPBELL, nnd LI
LIU KAWANANAKOA, minor
children of ABIGAIL W. KAWA
NANAKOA; ALICE T. MACFAR
LANE; WALTER F. MACFAR
LANE, husband of ALICE T.
JAMES MACFARLANE, ALICE
EMALIE MACFARLANE nnd
MURIEL BEATRICE MACFAR
LANE, minor children of ALICE
T. MACFARLANE and WALTER
. F. MACFARLANE; MURlffL
SHINGLE; ROBERT W. SHIN
(1LE, husbntiVl of MURIEL SHIN
OLE; MURIEL MELVIN SHIN
OLE nnd ROBERT W. SHINOLE,
Junior, minor children of MUR
IEL SHINGLE and ROBERT W.
SHINGLE; BEATRICE .MARY
CAMPBELL; OA11U RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, n corpor
atlon existing nnd doing business
under and by vlrttto or tho laws
of tho Territory of Huwnll; ROB
ERT W. ATKINSON nnd WAL
TER F. FHEAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN FIBRE COMPANYLIM
ITED, a coiporntlon existing and
doing business undor and by vir
tue of the laws of tho Territory
of Hawaii; EWA PLANTATION
COMPANY, a corporation oxlstlng
and doing business under nnd by
virtue of the laws of tho Territory
of Hawaii; ami JOHN DROWN,
JAMES WHITE, HENRY SMITH,
DAVID JONES, MARY GREEN,
JANE BLACK, MARTHA WIL
LIAMS, nnd ALICE DAVIS, un
known owners nnd claimants.
Yott nre hereby directed to appear
and answer the Petition In an action
entitled us above, brought, against ott
lit' the United Statos District Court,
for 'tlio Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from nnd after scrvico
upon you of n certified copy of Plain
tin's Petition herein, together with n
certified copy of this Summons.
A,nd you nro hereby notified that
unites you appear and answer .as
nboio required, tho said Plaintiff will
takn judgment of condemnation of tho
lnndii dercrlbcd In tho Petition horctn
ntid for uby other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
SANFORD D. DOLE and THE HON
ORABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
JudgeB of said District Court, this
23rd day of March, In the year of our
Lord ono thousand nlno hundred nnd
eleven and of tho Independence of tho
United States tho ono hundred and
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 70. UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, for the Territory of Ha
waii. THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA vs. CECIL BROWN,
Trustee, et ul. SUMMONS, ROB
ERT W. BRECKONS, United
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho
United States .District Court for tho
Torrltory and District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify the foregoing to be a
full, truo and correct copy of thq
original Summons In tho enso of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs.
CECIL DROWN, Trustco, et nl as tho
Bumo rcmutnn of record nnd on fllo In
tho odlco of the Clerk of'sald Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havo
hereunto set my hand nnd alTlxed tho
seal of said District Court this 30th
day of March, A. D. 1911.
(Seal) A. E. MURPHY,
Clork of United Statos District Court,
Territory of Hawaii.
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