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JN Till: UNITKI) STATES MOTltlCT
COIIUT, Will TIIK TUItlttTOllY
TlllS tl.NITKI) 8TATKS OK AMKK-
iu,, l'laiiitirr, vg. ckcii iiuown,
Trustees, ct al., DcFciilliintB. Ac
tion brought In said District
Court, mid ttio 1'ctltlnii filed In
Hie olllco ( the Clerk of said
DlHtrlct Court, In Honolulu.
TIIK PHUSIDKNT OK TIIK UNlTlil)
CIX'lli IIUOWN, IIK.N'KY M. VON
I10I.T nud Al.HKttT N. CAMP
IIICI.I., Trustees under tliu List
Will and Tcstuuiont of .1 A. MICH
CAMPI1KI.L,, deceased ; AMU AIL
W. KAWANANAKOA; KAI.AKA
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
I.ANl KAWANANAKOA, ntlicr
wlno called KAP10I.ANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPltKI.I,, und 1.1
lilll KAWANANAKOA, minor
children of A1IKM1I. W. KAWA
NANAKOA; AUCK T. MAfTAIl
LANK; WAI-TKIt V. MACKAU
I.ANU husband of AI.K'B T.
XI A C K A K I, A N K YVAIriill
JAMKS MACKAItLANK, AMCH
KMAI.IK MACTAItI.ANK and
MUitiKi di:atmci-: mackau-
I.ANIC, minor chlldicn or AI.ICi:
T. JIACKAM.ANE and WAI.TKll
K. MACKAKI.AXK; MURIKh
SIllNOhK; HOHKUT W. SIIIN
(!I,K, hURbauil of MIMtlKL 81IIN
(JI.K; .Ml'ltlHI. M1XV1N SIIIN
(11.11 and ItOIUIItT W. SHINtH.K.
Junior, minor children of MUK
llll, SIIIMII.i: and ItOllKItT W.
HHINtH.H; IlKATItlCi: MAItY
CA.MPIII2I.I.; OAIIIT 11AIIAVAY
AM) I.ANH COMPANY, a cornor
atlon cxIkIIiik and (IoIiik Imslnens
under and by virtue of the laws
of the Territory of Hawaii; 11011
KIIT W. ATKINSON and VAI
TKIt K. FHKAU, Truslees; HA
WAIIAN KllllfB COMPANY, MM
ITi:i), a corporation t-xlfttiw; anil
InliiK business under and by vir
tue of Hip laws of tlm Territory
of Hawaii; KWA PLANTATION
COMPANY, it corporation existing
and iI.iIiik businesR under and by
virtue of the laws of the Territory
of Hawaii; and JOHN IlItOWN,
JAMKS WHITK, IIKNUV SMITH.
DAVID IONICS, MAItY C.IIKKN,
JANK III.ACK, MARTHA Wll.
MAMS, and AMCH DAVIS, un
known owners and ctalmantn.
You nro liorcby directed to appear
mid uimwor tliu Petition In an actlno
untitled as above, brought against you
in tbo Hulled States District Court,
for Hie Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from in'iil after service
upon j on of a certified copy of Plain.
HH'n Petition herein, together with n
certified copy of this Summons.
And yon nro hornby untitled that
unlLFn )iu appear and answer as
nlio iCQUlrcd, the said Plaintiff will
tali judgment of condemnation of tho
Inndii ilci rllicri In tho Petition herein
bi.iI for nny other relief ilcmanded In
WITNESS THE IIONOIIAIILE
SANTOIH) II. DOLE nml THE IION
OltAIII.K CHARLES K. CLEMONS,
Judges of SRld District Court, tills
2:ird clay of March, In the year of our
I,ord oiio thousand nlno htindreil and
eleven nml of tlm Independence of the
llnlleil States the ono liumlrcd nnd
(Signed) A. K. MltRPHY.
"No. IK. UNITED STATUS DISTRICT
COURT, for tho Territory of 11a-
wall. THE UNITED STATES OK
AMERICA vs. CECIL IIUOWN,
Trustee ct nl. SUMMONS. U0I1
ERT W. HUECKONS. United
THE UNITED STATES OK AMER
ICA. Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, ss.
I, A. II MURPHY, Clerk of tho
United States district Court for the
Territory nml, District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify the foregoing to bo n
full, truo and correct copy of tho
original Summons in the cuso of THE
UNITED STATUS OK AMERICA vs.
CECIL IIUOWN, Trustee, ot ill., ns tho
snmo remains of record and on Din In
NO. 20S. TIlHIltTOltV OK HAWAII.
COURT OP LAND ItEOIHTUATION.
TERRITORY or HAWAII to WIL-
.1.1 M t). SMITH, ALltEIlT K.
Jl'DI). SAMUEL M. DAMON. 13.
1'AXON 11IS1IOP nnd ALKRED
W CARTER. Tni!tec-( under the
Will and or the Etate of Hernleo
t'mmlil lllsliop, deceased; J. E.
HECK; J. ALKRED MAOOON;
EDWARD C11MJIIN(!S, a minor
(by J. Alfred MiiKoon, his (luard
lani; ERNEST ('UMMIXOH. Nl
iiilnnr (by J. Alfred MiiROon. Ills
(lunrillnii): KAAtllUK; TIII1 TER
RITORY OK HAWAII, by Alex
ander Llndray. Jr.. as Attorney
Oencral. and by Miirstim l'iini
bell, ns Hiiicrlntcinleiit of Public
Works: CITY AND COUNTY OK
HONOLULU, by Joseph J.
ns Mayor nnd President of tbo
Hoard of Supcrvlors: and to ALL
whom It may concern: J
Whcrens, a petition has been pre-
xontcd to said Court by ROItKRT
DAVIS KINO. Trustee for Edith Diets,
W.tll. to rcghtcr end confirm his tltlo,
In tlm rollowltiK-descrlbed hind:
U.n.l situate In Honolulu. City audi
cmintv or llomdulii. Territory of lln-
LOT 1. Redlining at mi Iron pin,
at Junction of Ktonn walls, being a
common corner of I 'mi lion. I'uahln.iinil
Lot I, the co-ordinates of said point
referred to (Invcriitnciit Survey Trl
nneiilatlou Station Rocky Hill being
2,7.1.7 tect south nnd 3782.0 feet east,
nnd running by true azimuths:
1. 274 20' 120.1 feet along Pallida to
all Iron pin;
2. D9 55' 1.1.". I feet ulong I'liahla to
an Iron pin;
3. 1M" G.V 112.9 feet along Puahla to
.IV 231.0 feet along Puahla to
2C3 tn' 1S3.1 feet along I,. C. Pe
tition No. 1.11 and Lot 2 to cen
ter of stream;
3l!i iV "!t.O feel along center of
stream (being direct nz. nnd ills.
SI" IS' 139.0 feet, and passing over
a 1" pipe at 11 feet, up pall nml
along stone wnll;
32" 2.1' G2.li feet along stone wnll;
13 30" 1510 feet along utone wall;
21" 2V 1N0 feet along stono wnll;
M" f,n' I12.il feet along stono wnll;
15" 40' f.2.0 feet along stono wall
to an Iron pin;
107 00' 77.S feet along stone wall
to an Iron pin;
27' 138.0 feet along stono wall
to an Iron pin;
1R3" 19" 171.fi feet along stone wall
to an Iron pin;
17S" 04' 3H8.fi feet along stone wall
In the point of beginning, and
containing nn area of 0.90 acres.
LOT 2. llcgliinlng at the southwest
corner of till" piece. In center of old
nnwtil. the cii-ordluates of khIiI
angulation' Station Rocky Hill being
22S0.2 feet south, nnd 39S4.2 feet east,
and running by true nzlinuths:
1. 173" fit' 50..1 feet along center of
aiiwai (L C. P. No. 151) to a
2. 2r,j .',0' 49.0 feet along Puahla to
all Iron pin;
S. 181 CO' 112.2 feet nlong Puahln to
it "t" ii rock:
t. 261 30' 70.0 feet along Puahla and
passing over a "4" on largo rock
at Ofi ft., to center of stream;
5. 349 44' 107.1 feet along center of
stream (being direct ax. and
0. 83 40' 112.5 feet nlong Lot 1. to
the point of beginning and con
taining an urea of 0.40 ncrcs.
(llelng portions of I,. C A. 1748 to
Ono; JInlicia Valley, Honolulu, Kona,
Oahu. T .11.)
You are hereby cited to appear at
tlm Court of I.uii'1 Registration, to bo
held at the City and County of Hono
lulu on the 23rd day of May, A. D.
1911. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, to
show cniiKc. If any you have, why tho
prayer of Wild petition should not bo
granted. And unless you appear at
said Court at the time and place aforo
sald jour default will bo recorded, and
the said petition will bo taken ns con-feei-cd,
nnd you will bo forever barred
from contesting said petition or any
decree entered thereon.
Witness tho Honorable W. J. ROR-
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INSON. Judge .if said Court, this 2911
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Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal) M. T. SIMONTON.
till.". Apr. 29; May , 13, 20.
Do You Want Mules or Hortct?
Dr If. I. IIORDORN will depart by
the Sierra for the Coast, thcro tooinlio
I purchases of 'mules and horses. Spo-
' cla attention glicn to commissions
from Intending buyers of mules.
Block delivered ou or about Juno 1.
C.ll nr n.Mi-n...
Tbo I.elund, r,27
I lU-rctnnla. Avenue.
Balfour, Guthrie Line
Antwerp to Honolulu.
Steamer will receive freight during
June and will arrlvu Honolulu about
Loading ports will possibly Include
Oood opportunity for shipment of
For freight rates and Information,
FRED L. WALDRON, Agent.
When Ruby was BlcK, we gave nor
When alio was a Child, she cried tor
When silo became Miss, sho clung to
When rlio hml Children, she gave them
ie women of Vnllejo, Oil., If tho
charter goes through, pre to bo
eligible for membership on both tho
board of education ami tbo board of
library commissioners, und also to all
The Herzer Recital.
A musical treat la In store for
those attending Hugo Ilorzor'a song
iccltal nt the Young lintel on Thurs
day next. It will lie without doubt
the most attractive program Hint Air.
Heritor has us yet given. Work on
tho chorus has been piogicsslng most
favorably und tho twenty picked
voices will bo heard to great advan
tage In "The Pagoda of Klowcrs" nnd
tho selection from Kniniil. The solo
ists will lie Mrs. II. llerzer. Mrs. Wnl-
tcr Mncfarlnno nnd Reynold II. Mc
Orcw, tho two former hnvlng create.l
fnvoinblo Impression heretofore. .Mr.
Reynold R. McCliew will bo heard I"
great ndvnnt.ige In the portion of tho
piogrnm entrusted to him, ho niakliK
his Initial bow before Honolulu'.-,
musical tot. The Hlo "Awgathu" m,
"Tho l'ncodn of Klonors" will bo
sung by Mrs. Hugo llerzer Mrs. Nor-'
mini T4. Knlnveathcr nnd Mr. Arthurl
K. Wnll will add much to tho nrtlst'f
program. The recital will bo given
under tho distinguished pnlronngo of
Her Majesty Lllluokiilanl, Mrs. W K..
Kicar, Mrs. B. A. Mott-Smllh, Mis.1
K. I). Tomicy Mrs. .1. S. Mcdrew.
Mre. .1. S. MeCnndloss. Mrs. II. M.
von Holt. Mrs. W. C. Neville Mrs.
Arthur Mntjx. Mrs Robert Lowers,
Mrs. A. K .Wall, Mrs. W. Noonaii,
Mrs. 11. II. Reslniick Mrs. K. W. Mae
fnrlnno, Jr., Mrs. (Ic C. Rnnon, Mrs.
II. M. Hepburn Mrs. Kiel Sinllli.
Mrs. K. A. Scliacfer. Mrs. L. L. Mi
Cauilless. Mrs. D. II. Illlchcnck, Mrs.
A. Hocking. Mrs. Robt. Shingle, Mrs.
(ioo. Herbert, Mrs. Ebon Iow, Mrs.
.las. Lyle, Mrs. Rernieo Wnlbrldgo
Mrs. P. A. Jordan. Mrs. C. 11. Coop
er. MrsTKri'tik Alherton. Mrs. W. ,M.
Whitney, Mrs. L. Teiiney Peck. Mr.i.
IlenJ. Marx. Mrs. W. I). Wes'.ervcll.
Mrs. A. W. T. Ilollomley. Mrs. A. N.
Campbell.- Mrs. W. A. Uivo. Mrs. C.
M. Cooko. Miu A. L. Castle. Mrs.
Alex. Linilsny, Mis. Rlchnrd Ooo'(.
Mis. Wm. WllllnniKiin, Mrs. It. C.
Ilrown, Mrs. Thonias Wall.
Reception at Arcadia.
The tnwufolk and ilslloia ate loos
ing forward to Iho reception Hint will
be given from I lo (i ,it the home of
(lovernor and Mrs. Walter Krear.
These monthly affairs nro always on
Joynblc, It Is euslomary for the (lov
ernor and his wife to receive on tbo
II i si Monday of each mouth. On ac
count of (lovernor Krear being tin
Maid. Iho recepllon was postponed.
Mrs. llralncrd II Smith who leaves
this nionlli for the East, will recclvo
Willi Mrs. I-Var. Mrs. (1. P. Wilder
nnd Mrs. E. A. Knudseu will preside
over the tea table, nnd others who
will assist will be Mrs. II. V. Dilling
ham. Mrs. Win. Monro Mrs. Itrii'o
McV. Mnekall, Mr. and' Mrs. Arthut
Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. 0. Dilling
ham. Mr. A K. Knudseu, Mr. C. P.
Wilder, Miss llutli Richards. Miss
Laura Atherlon and Miss Majorle
Senile llrlilge Club.
The members of th6 Servlco Ilrldgo
Chili held nliother of tho pleasant,
luncheons and card parties Monday at
the Ladles' Annex of the University
Club. Miss Kuthcrinc Stephens was
awarded u beautiful clolssnnue hat
pin, that constitute!! tho first bridge
prize; (lie second prize was won by
Mrs. Williams ot Kort linger. This
wns a fancy basket llllcd with flow
ers. Tho heart prlzo was CHptureo
by Mrs. AVIIcox; this wns ulso a pret
ty basket, llllcd with flowers.
Dance nt llnlel ('ourtlaiul.
The dance at tho lintel Cnuttland,
that will bo glien this ovcnlng, Is be
ing eagerly looked forward to by the
gucbts of this hotel, nnd the town
folk that have been Invited. Each
guost Is privileged to Invito four
friends. A Hawaiian ipilntct club
will furnish tho music and tlm danc
ing floor Is being put In excellent
ahapo. Tho reception halls, verandas
and ballroom will bo gayvwitli flags,
flgwcrlng tropical vines and palms.
l.leiileiuiut unit .Mrs'. Cuniilngliuiii's
American llcauty roses wero pro
fusely used on tho dinner tnblo when,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Cunningham en
tertained Krldny In hojir of Colonel
Wilder, commiindant' of lileliua.
Amng tho guests, hesldo tho host.
hostess nnd guest of honor, wero Cap
tain and Mrs. McCluro, Lieutenant nnij
Mrs. It. M. Parker, Major Ilensou,
Lieutenant Johnson, 2nd Infantry, and
!lr. Charles Weston's Lun(iiciiii.
Mrs. Chnrlc.i Weston entertained
some of her friends Informally nt
luncheon Friday afternoon nt hor
homo at Wnlklkl. Spring flowers nnd
maidenhair fern Bcrvcd ns a decoration.
Klorcnee Roberts, one of, the lending
emotional uctreascs of the American
stage, and her leading man, Tburloiv
Rerglii, may como to Honolulu this
summer for n season of drama.
Mlxs Roberts will close at tho Alca
zar Theater III San KrnnelHCO some
time In July und would then llko to
come to Honolulu. She has written
Manager W. D. Ailnms of tho Hawai
ian Opera House to that erf ret, and
her plans, calling for five pcnnlo In
nil, may bo accepted. Many of the
plays she would stage have never bo
fore been seen hero.
Miss Roberts Is no strnugcr to Ho
nolulu, and there Would be ninny to
welcome her back. In her support Is
mentioned Theodore Roberts. If this
Is the some Theodore Roberts that
created the grcnt character role of n
Canadian voyageur In "The Right nt
Wny," his playing would bo a revela
tion to the local thcnter-golng folk
who have not seen him before.
(Ry C. S. Albert)
(Frsiial Rulletlu (Vrresponili-nee.)
WASHINHTON,- April 10. Tho
marvels and attractiveness of Hawaii
wuro vividly sot' forth 1n a lecture do
livorcd by Dr. Charles P. Nelll, Com
nilsslonur of Labor, lie spoke to tho
members of St. Ann's Holy Name
Society of Tcnlpytown, a suburb of
this city. He jevlewod bis recent
trip to the Territory nnd clearly In
terested nil those present.
Dr. Nelll praised the beauties of
Iho Islands, describing in detail many
of the things he saw us n visitor. IIo
told of (lie natural wonders caused
by volcanic upheavals.
Tho prevailing economic conditions
wero discussed by Dr. Nolll In n less
er degree. Ho referred briefly to tbo
preponderance ot Japanese In tho field
(Ilium wns ulso tho toxt of a lecture
delivered befoio tho Sons of tho Amer
ican Revolution by William E. Star
ford. Captain Cicrn, n lormcr gover
nor of tho llttlo Islam, was presont
us n guest of honor.
WABIIINOTOX. April 20. Repre
sentative Martin Littleton wns tbo
guest of honor at a dinner nt tho Now
Wlllard tonight. Representative
Krank Clark of I-'Inrlila bet a dinner
that Mr. Sparkmnn of Florldif, Chair
man of Iho Rivers nnd Harbors Com
mittee, wrote tho poorest hand In
Congress. Itepresentntlin Rardwick
of (leorgla entered Mr. Adainsnn of
that Slate, Chairman of tho Commit
tco on Interstate and foreign Com
merce. Mr. Littleton was selected us
Judge and gavo tho honor to (leorgla.
-Mr. Clark paid the bet.
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