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"EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, 8ATURDAY, DEC. 30, 1911
Geary Street, nbovc Union Squnrc
European Plan $l.GO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure,
livery comfort and convenience.
A IiIrIi class hotel nt very moderate
tales. In tho center of theatre and
retail district. On car Hues trnns
f crrlnp to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets nil trains and
stcamcro. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian island Jicautiuarters.
I Cable Address "Trawcts'WBC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
THE COLONIAL HOTEL,
on Emma Street, abovo
Vineyard, is managed on
tlio deTeett of other hotels.
Tho result is very satisfnc
tory to tho guests.
Emma St., abovo Vineyard
Hiicpiti: oiit p.oom roit tiii:
wnr.K i:u ami Tin; da nth
GOOD TI.MD noon MUSIC
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bcrgin, Prop.
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
daily and b suppliad with any of
these varieties from
PHONE 1131 1134 NUUANU ST.
h.ts ihe best Homc-Made
Bread, Gcpiian Pretzels anil
CutTcc Cake. He sure and
ring up 2t 24.
1129 TOET STREST
Hotil Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In tho Markot
HENRY MAY A CO.
'BOSTON LUNCH ROOM
Moals at All Hours
Day and Night '. .
I.IIKi'llDei I'l T IP AND SUNT OUT
.BIJOU LANE - NEAR THEATER
Th. Best Milk You Csn Us
AT ALL DEALERS
r 7 H
Hard coughs arc bad enough; to
be sure But it's often the lit
tle, hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
especially when there Is a his
tory of weak lungs in the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the' label
of every bottle of Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral. A6k him if this med
icine has his full approval for
tiiroat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's Clicny Pectoral
HEAD OFFICE O'NEILL BLDG.
10 Kino Gt, cor. Fori - Tel. 3529
von Elamm - Young
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known can
s Packard. Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Uuryea, Cadillac, Tuonans Flyer,
llulck, Overland, Ilak.r Etectrle, and
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
For tho BEST RENT CAR3 in tha
city, ring up
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403; RENAULT,
No. 404) I.ANOAUI.ET, No. sot)
C. H. BEHN
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Building
Uso a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Autcmobils and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
IMPORTED and ISLAND
FORT STREET PHONE 1109
Ihe BICYCLE DEALEK and U-
PAlKKIt, hni moved to
180 KINO STRUT
New locution- Hed front, nemi
Young Building Telephone 2516.
k VC m
frmd ti Dr, I, C, Ajtr fi Co . UWt, Hni, U. S. A.
GEN. WOOD FORiWOULD START
WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec 17 Ma
jor (icncrnl Leonard Wood, chief nf
Ktutt nf tin- nrmy, favors the rcstorn
tlon nf the tiinttrn to nrmy imi'Ik. lie
declares In his annual report thnt thn
roii'onsus of opinion III the nrmy Ik
tlml the canteen should he reestab
lished (leiieriil' Wood also makes same rcc
iiiiimciidiitloiis for the garrisoning nf
Pniianm Cnnal forts. He says It It
necessary t provide Harrisons to pro
tect tho cminl nnd to Insuro Its neu
trality, mid fur thnt ho recommends
13 companies of const nrtllhiry, four
lcgliiicnts of liifnnlry nt full strength,
one hnttnllon of llrhl urtlltcry, one
siti,iilron nf cavalry mid puniu uuxll
f lit troops.
In rrcoinnicndliiK xhort-tcrin cnllst
IncntH the chief of Muff says tlm argil
incut tlmt men would not return to the
tolors In time of wir Is "an unwar
rantable rcllcctlon on the patriotism of
men who lmc served the colors and
returned to private life."
(lenrrnl Wood oppocd tho hill pend
ing In Congrvss which would consoli
date the iiiUulant and Inspector gen
truls' departments with tho Kciicral
HulT mrps. He favors a consolidation,
hut not In the way proposed. He take
the position that great care should ho
taken to prevent nnd person or per
nios from he-coming permanent mem
bers f the general staff corps. The
detail system, liclicrnl Wood declares.
Is one of the essential features of the
elllilcnry of the Kciicral staff.
HOME OF KING'S
(Continued from Pago 17.)
due of the old men, Theodore H.
Ilochme, 83 enrs of ago and totally
deaf, fought under Grant nnd has vivid
recollect hum of tho part ho played In
Shcrman'M famous march to the sen.
lie Is ii graduate of n Ccrinan college,
Jcii.i, In Sne Wrhiinr. The fJerninn
Heiievolcut Society Is purlrciilarly In
terested In his ense.
Mr. William Young, mint her Inmate,
was formerly llritish consul to tho
Island of Tahiti for twelvo years. Ho
Is Mi jcars of age.
Al of these Intcrcstlm; pcoplo uro
llvhiK hi the past, when they were
actively ahoul life's work. When you
visit tho homo tliny love to entertain
ou with stories of their achievements,
and Instead of liclnp liored, us would
prohahly ho tho case were jour In-
fornniiit u nicmher of tho youiiKcr Reit
eration, you are completely fascinated.
Often It Is said the Inmates foruet
to he eratcful for present favors, but
as a rule they can not hut remember
tho stniiiKlcH of Inter years nnd rest
cnntc,itt III the thought that a Rond
homo has lieen provided for them for
as Ioiik lift they shall lve.
As a .philanthropic Institution tho
KhiK's lMuuhlcru' llnine Is anions the
most worthy In Hawaii, and as u haven
or rest for worthy UKcd people It Is thu
center of much heart Interest,
In this year of tho Dickens revival
It Is intcrcstlm; to know- that thu i It It r
ilren of Dickens and Thackeray are as
cood friends ns their fathers were. At
a K.irdeu party rIvcii u few mouths
iiro hy jniy Ritchie, the daughter of
Thackeray mid the editor of CornlilU's
.MiiKazInc, Mrs. PcrtiRlnl.'who was Kate
Dickens. Iiclpi-il In Hi,. reception.
Th.ickiu-ay wrote 'Kathcrlnc's Uin
tcrti" to her when she w'ns it little
Rlrl ljidy llurronrt, itiliiKhtcr of .Mot-
ley, was ono of thu women who as
sisted Lady ltltchle. This Is ulso tho
1 haekeray centenary.
FOLKS PAST FIFTY
lVluit glasses are In weak ejes, ('ns-
urns nrc to weak lioivels a lit.
edit box will truly Hinaic jnu.
Most old pouplo must Rlvo to tlio
bowels biinio. legiilar help, cIbo they
Kuffer fiotn constipation. The condi
tion Is ticrfcctlv natural. II lu d.ot
as nutiiinl a8 It Is for old people, to
wain nowly, Tor ago Is nover so
tictlve as jouth. Tho miiBclcH nro
les8 elastic. And tho bowels nro mus.
So nil old pcoplo need CiiBcnrots.
Ono might ii h well tefiiso to aid weak
cjes with Rlasfccs ns to ncgloct ths
Kcnllo aid to weak bowels. flic
lsiwels miiHt bo kept tictlve. This la
Important at nil ages, hut nover so
much ns nt fifty,
Aro Is not n tlnio for linrsh physics.
Youth may occasionally whip tho
bowels Into uctlvlly. Ilut u lush c.m't
ho used ovcry day. Whut (ho lmuols
nf thu old need Is a gentle und n,a
lurnl tonic. One tlmt can bo con
stantly nted without linrm. Tho only
Rttch toulf Ih CttBcaictH nnd thoy cost
only 10 coins per box nt any drtnt
stoio. They woik vvlillo )ou bleep.
Tn add In tlio Indiistrlcn of Ilnwatl
in the object of it syndlcntc, the prn
.notion nf which Is hehiR canted on
by .Incoh Cocipor, n lorn; rosldcntor
nf tho Islands ntul well kniinn ftoiti
ono end of the Territory tn tho other
It is, proHiHod liy thn proinotoirt to
eslnhlisli tho IIIiIrcIhiusc Wlno nml
nlstllliiK Cnnipnny, Ltd., nt South
Kona,' Hawaii, ami this Is beliiR" ihmo
by popular subscription for tlio stuck.
synopsis of Intentions, which tiro
In a fair way to' become facts, nro
thnt tho company shall tako on ,1
corporato cxlstcitra of fifty years,
with nil of the righto ntul privileges
tiBitnlly granted to Joint stock com
panion. It Is Intended to cnpllnll7o
tho company tit tho off start nt $"i0
00", divided Into 2Snn shares at $20
per share, par. Tho Incorpoiatlon will
Includo the privilege to Incrciso tho
capital In ,'i(iu,000 should an inctcas
cil business demand It.
The first movo of tho company
would he to acquit 0. n parcel of hind,
'.'OS acres, 11101 c or less, situated In
South Kona, This Is to ho acquired
In fee simple. Two-thirds of this
land Is flttltnhlc for cultivation nnd It
Is proposed 'thnt the principal product
shall be Rrapcs. This district Is par
ticiilurly adapted to tho cultivation of
Krapcs, nnd the promoters havo tho
flfiiircs to show that n Rood return on
tile Investment will bo sure. Coffee
nnd tobacco, plucapplcH nnd pipnlns
figure In the crnps to bo brought from
The subscription lists were opened
Tucsdny and n number of people have
signified their Intentions to tnke up
some of the stock, believing It to be 11
Samples of wine imido by .Mr. C'oer
pcr, In Kona, hnvu been tasted by ex
jicrts and pronounced us Rood If not
better than any vvlnu on the market,.
Mr. Cornier will bo pleased to give
Information and submit samples of
wines liinde bj himself to Intending
Investors tit hM lieadqiiniters at tlio
IN BEET FIELDS
WASHINGTON, D. l, Dec. 10. Ill
a statement m.sln public hero ester
day former flmeriior Henry A. Iluchtel
of Colorado lKorotisly dulled that
conditions nppronchlng peoungn exist
ed In the sugar beet llcbls of Colorado.
n..... ...... ... -........ 1 n U ..-l
. IIO! UliUilllllll OHMni ... III.' I.I-II-
inouy of Jiitnes ltodkln of Oolorudo he
roic the House .sugar Invcstlgiitllig
committee that men nnd women In
the beet Holds worked sixteen hours n
day nt b.u'k-brcnklnir labor. Clovcrn-
or Iluchtel explained that these men
and women were Russians or Italians
Jwlio worked by' the Jpb, not by tho
"lly tho aid of hs wife nnd children,
these men will make more money In
one mouth In Colorado than ho could
iiiako In two years li Itussla or Italy,"
wild tho former governor. "Usually
that mil ti will own his own farm at the
end of two .years. Ho nnd his vvlfo
Will each earn nhout live dollars u day
lq the In it llelds, nnd each of his chil
dren will cum iilmtit . three dollars n
This crime, of grvlnir tho poor la
borers or other louutrlcH u chance to
111. tl ,. f,l.,. l ( llA lill.I.H tt .. I
....... .. .,, 'J ..IV ,.l,'l, 'l II , ,A1"
u.itrly two years. Is mi old crlnm In
mi couuiry. run iounirv or urn rp
puhllc talkeil much nhout innklngbcre
in tin so Uultetl ritntrs nil iis)lum for
the oppicssed or every land. I nm
proud to he uhln tn say, from pirsnunl
knowledge or the people In every part
of Colorado, that Industrious nnd pur
poseful workliiR men huvp now' In Col
orado us line opportunities to get on
In tlm world us thev hnvu ever hail at
'mil limn III llllV Mill. ! Mil,,.. ,tf flw.
WHIPPING POST AGAIN '
USED 0N.WIFE BEATERS
CBNTKIIVII.I.B, Mil., Dec. 10.
Hie jWhlppliig jxist for vvlfq beaters
has been rovivcil In .Maryland niii) u
'.lining gatheied nt tho JjII yester
day to sec tho hcctmd punishment of
the kind ever Inlllcted in Queen
Anno county And the first tlnio slnco
tho rovivnl or Ihe old law. Tho cul
ptlt wan l.nuioucn .stlner, , Ho ro
qiiestod that his vvlfo bo mimniunc'l
to witness tho ntonemont tho law
exacted from blm, saying ho do
scrvqd It and llmt bo wanted hoc to
heo llm ptinlshed. Mrs. Stlner was
glcn a chair In tho jail yard near
tho whipping post and grimly watch
cd Iho pioccodlngs.
Stlner took Iho flrst threo stroke3
with scnrroly niorc IIiiih vvhliuiKir,
hut bofoio tlio rout tli descended Iho
muscles of Ills HltouulorH nnd arms
woto drawn Into tenso knots frcni
tho palo wliltq-livldl tnaikB, filled
with bruised . bloiiil, which lined l)ls
sliguldots mid extended down his
fldo, " f
When the sixth slioko full a sigh
or icllef eBcapnd the tliioug (hut hud
Ratborcil to see the whipping, a
'iituikei wns thrown nhout thu vie-
tlm'H fhoiildors ami he wns hurried
lo bis cell, vvhPio tho lull phyBlclnii
apiillcil oliitnient o heal tho cuts,
PURE FOOD LAWS
PUT BAN ON
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Kneels! tint lei In CorresiHindenee.)
WASIIINCITON, 1). 0., Dec. IS.
Tlio lover of nbslulho frappo inu-t
iloiaro to bcroino resigned nnd tic-
conimod.ite lilinself to some other tip
pie. Tito Pnro Fnoil Hoard of the
Department of Agriculture bus de
creed thnt no longer may the insi
dious 1'icnch intoxicant he liupuiled
into this country. An ordct has been
issued In make effective tho conclu
bIoiih reached. Tho action vvus taken
nrtcr long and thnrottgli Investigation
Tlio decision declares:
"It Is well recognized In nil conn.
Iilcs tlmt have had cxpcrlcnco tlicic-
with that tlio yo of the hovcrtiKO
iinciwn as nbslntlic is dangerous to
Dr. Wiley, bend of Ihe hoard, ex
pressed tho opinion thnt "nbslntlic Is
one of tho worst enemies of mnti, ifitd
If we cm keep the people of the
United Stntcs from becoming slaves
to this demon we will do It."
Under the food and drugs, net thu
Importation Is forbidden of any food
or drug "of n kind foi bidden entry
Into or forbidden to ho sold or tos
Irlclcd In sale In the country In which
it Is made or front which It Is Im
i'drleil.' Under this nulhorlly the
I'onrcl nctcd. llelgluni 1111.I Svvltrer
I'liid have foiblitdcn the iinniifnctiii'u
nf nbslntlic mid France has institut
ed rigid regulations over Its nintiit-
fee I tire nnd stile.
Ni:V VORK, N. Y Dec. 11. Miss
Dorothy Arnold, whoso mysterious dis
appearance fioiu her homo hero pu
y.leil the police of two continents, will
Imvo been mlsshiR one year tomorrow.
She was last been on December 12
.Miss Arnold's nbsence was made pub
lie tlrst on January -0, mid since that
time many reports nt her death, her
uppenrance In other cities hero mid In
Kurope, nml of hir return home hnvu
kept the public In u statu of wonder
ment. Tho situation after n jcars
search Is thus summed up hy Attorney
John S. Keith, the Arnolds' legal rep
"Since the morning when Miss Ar
nold left thu home of her parents, not
ono word has fir been rocolvul from
her, nor have we or anyone else, who
aided In thu world-wide search, been
uhle .to II nd u single clue ns to what
beenme of her. The family and also
uiyseii ueiievr sue is oeaii, mr null is
th.fl-,nnll' c.p!uniitlon that weyan eiy.)
Honolulu Rapid Trantit and Land
The directors of this coiporatlon lmv
lug declared a dividend or 1.1 Cl) per
sh.ne on Its picfcrrcd stock nnd ll.'.O
1'.4) per share, qn Its coiuilion stock,
the smue Is duu und p'lynble December
SO, Hill, Htock transfer books will ho
closed from December 27 to January
'.', both dates Inclusive.
A.KIIi:i U CASTI.U.
Keirctary, Jlooolulu Itnpld Transit and
G118Dcc. 27, 28. 30.
O, 8. S. 8IERRA.
Notice is hereby Riven Unit tho B
S Hlcrrn will suit from tills port Keli
ru.iry (I. 1912. Instend of Kctiriuiry 7,
nnd on return trip will sail from San
1'Yaiicisco IYbruiiry 10, bringing- her
here the morning of tlie2;nd of Fuli
ruury In season to see tho annuul
c. nnnwnn t co. (f.imited),
... Agents, Oceanic. Steamship Co,
NOTICE- OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASE OF PUBLIC LANDS AT
At 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, Jan
tuiry lu, 11112, nt thu front door to
tlio Capitol llullillnif, Honolulu, theru
will Im sold at I'ulillc Auction under
J'art V, Land Act 18!l.', Sections 2"fi
2S3 Itevlsril Laws of Hawaii, (leti-
cral l.ousu or that certain pleco of
land situate nt Kapaa, Knual, nenr
Jllock A of Town Situ Lots nnd con
tulnliiK nil urea or .70 of an ncru. Up
net rental, 20 per auniiin, p.iyublo
semi-annually lu mtvmu.0.
Term of lease: l'lfti-en yours from
January 10, 1912,
Tin) iilsivn leaso Is sold upon thocx
press coudlllon that tlio lot Is to bo
used for school purpnrs only.
I'urch.ii-er to pay cost of advertising.
Sub lease to ho turinluutcd upon
one year's written untka it said lot
be required for public purposes.
Kor null's mid other Information up
dy, ut the nilleo of the Coninilssloiiir
of I'ubllc Lands, Capitol lltilldlng, Ho
ciiAitLus s, .innn,
Commissioner of. Puhlle Lands.
Honolulu, Deceiuber S, 1911.,
6101 Dec. 9, 10, 23, 30; Jnni.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.'
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU,
Till! TlIIUllTOItY Ob' HAWAII, by
Alarston Campbell, Superintendent
or Public Works, l'lalntlrf und I'rtl
lloner. vs. ISAIIULl.A II. WOODS!
I'AliMKIl I'AllKnR WOODS mid
MOLI.IIl WOODS, his wife; MAUY
AI.ICi: IIUIDTT mid 1. W. 1.
lll.UKTT, her htisliand; JA.MKS
l'ltANIC WtlODS mid KVA WOODS,
his wire; SAilllKli 1' A It K.Kit
WOODS nnd ItOSIJ WOODS, his
wire; MAUMIi IIOHKIVTSON IllX'lv
LKY and IlKNItY llKCKI.KY, her
htisbandi MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS! It. W. SUINnLi:, KRNKHT
WODUUOUSn mid At.I.UN W. T
ItOTTOMLUY, Trustees under tlm
Will of Jnmes Wight, decensed;
KOlfALA ItANCII COMPANY, I.IM
1TUD, mi Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal oilier nt I'lmbuc,
District of Kohala, Island mid Ter
ritory of Hawaii: JOHN DOU. MAItY
Don und ItlUIIAItP DOM. unknown
owners nnd claimants, Derctuhints
THU TmtltlTOUY OP HAVA1I:
TO Tlin 111(111 SHKRIIT'" of tho
Territory of Hawaii, or bis Dep
uty: YOU Anil COM.MANDICD to sum
mint ISAIIULLA If. WOODS; I'AL
MKIt I'AHKUIl WOODS nml .MOLL1H
WXIODS. his wife; MAItY ALICH
ULUr.TT mid 1'. W I'. lll.UnTT. her
hushnnd; JAMUS lTtANIt WOODS
mid i:'A WOODS, his wife; HAMUI3I,
fAllKUIt WOODS und HOSIT WOODS,
lilw wire; MAIIUI. HonKUTSON
IIUCKLUY mid IIUNIIY IIUOKLHY,
her hushnnd; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
woods; n.' w. suiNOLi:, i:uni:st
WODMUOUSU nnd ALLUN W. T.
noTTOMLUY, Trustees under the Will
or James Wight, deceased; KOI I ALA
ItANCII COMPANY, LIMlTKD, nil
Hawaiian Corporation hnvlng Its prin
cipal oltlce ut Piiiihue, District or Ko
hala, Island und Territory of Hnvviill;
JOHN Don, MAItY DOt: mid IUCII
AIID Don, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants, lu case they shall llln
vvi Itten misvv cr within twenty days ufter
service berrof to bo mid appear before
tho said Circuit Court' at the term
thereof pending Immediately lifter the
expiration of twenty days after ser
vice hereof; provided, however. If no
term he pending ut such time, then to
ho mid iipiM'iir before the said Cir
cuit Court lit the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to be IioHIcii nt the City mid
County of Honolulu, mi Monday, tlm
eighth day of Jmiuiiry next, ut 10
o'clock a. m., to show cause why Judg
incut or condemnation or the lands do
scribed hi tho petition herein mid for
such other relief demanded In thu pe
tition should not be awarded to thn
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tho
tenor of Us nunc.vcd petition
And have you then there tills Writ
with full return or jour proceedings
WITNKSS the Honorable Presiding
Judge or the Circuit Court or tho Klrst
Circuit, at Honolulu uforcMibl, this Ilth
day or February, 1911,
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
U 727. Iteg. 3. Pg 2.tfl. Circuit
Court, h'lrst Circuit, Territory or Ha
waii. Tho Torrltoiy or Hawaii by
Mnrstoti Campbell, Superintendent or
Public Works. PlalutllT and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II. Woods it ill., Defend
nuts nnd llespoiidciits. Petition. Filed
mid Issued Februiiry 11, '1911, ut 10:50
n. in. J, A. Thompson, Clerk. Iteturu
nt nt l!.io o'clock p. in, April 13, inn.
Itpbcrt. Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orlg
Territory of Hawaii, )
City und County or ) ss.
I. lleniy Smith, Clerk or the Circuit
Court or the First Judicial Circuit, Tcr
rltory or Hawaii, do hereby certiry tho
foregoing to bo u full, true mid correct
copy or tho original suuunous In tho
ciisu or Territory or Hawaii by Mar
stun Cmuphell, Superintendent or Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella 11. Woods i-t
al.. us tho same remains or record mid
on tlio lu the otllce of thu Clerk or said
"ii,ii,.i.i wiii:iii;oi , I havo
hi rennlo set my hand and uflixcd thu
Bin! or said Court this 21st day of
Kl'D HUNItY SMITH,
Clerk, Circuit Couit or the First Ju
dicial Circuit, Tenltory of Hawaii,
Alexunder Lindsay. Jr.. Attorney
uriierm, unti Aillitir fl. Smith, Deputy
ojioriiey ucnrrnl, for the Petitioner.
C. WHITE LEGHORNS
Egos for hatching. Day. old Chick.
from our four pens, with trap nettod
racord of over 200 aoijs a ivnr. Two
even - months old Cockerels, 227.eog
A few very choice Cockerels (rum
Mnklkl Helohts Poultry Ranch
Ord.i-. kL.,l .. ,,i ,, 7
orders booked now VIltor welcoma
IN T1IK UNITUD STATUS DIS
THIUT COUIIT l'OU Tilt! TIIIl
MlTOItV OF HAWAII.
Till! UNITKI) STATUS OK AMKIl-'
1CA, Plaintiff, vs. I'KHHKKKO
HUOAIt COMPANY, ct nl., Do;
fcndnntH. Aelion Jirought In
said District Court, und tlio
l'cllllun, filed In tho ollico of
the Clcik of said Dlutrlct Court,
THU I'llKSIDKNT OF TIIK UNITKD
I'lH'KKKKO SUOAIt COMPANY, n
corporation existing under nnd
by virtue of tho Inws of Iho Ter
ritory of Hawaii; .l.iili 110N0;.
JOHN LICK 1I0NU, JAMICS LUU
1IO.NC1, SIAHY LKI3 110NQ mid
BAKAII LKK IIONO, unknown
heirs at law of LKK 1IONO, do
censed; ANNIU AKONQ; WIL
LIAM AKONO, HKNIIY AKONC1,
LUCY AKONO and JANK
AKONtl, unknown heirs at law
of MAItY AKONO, doccased;
JULIA II. AKONtJ; KMML'LINU
M. MAC500N; MAKIK ,K. IIUM
PIIIIKYS; JULIA JOIINSTONKj
CAIIOLINK 11. ItlCOS; MAUY
CATIIKIIINK AFONO; ALICK
LILIAN HUTCHINSON: IIKLKN
0. HKNSIIALL; MARTHA M.
DOUOIIKHTY; HKNKIKTTA P.
11U11NS; NANCY I McSTOCK
Klt: 11I3AT111CH M13LAINK
DltKWSTKIt; ANTHONY C.
AKONO; AL11KUT F. AFONO;
AIIHAM II. AKONO; AH S1IKU
AKONO; CIIAULK3 AFONO,
THOMAS AFONO, CLA11A
AFONO nnd ItOSU AFONO, un-
known heirs at law of All LINO
AKONO, deceased; and JAMICS
UltOWN, JOHN ltLACK, IIK.S'
IIY WHITK, (IKOItUK SMITH,
MAItY JONKS. MAIltlAHKT
MILLS, HKL13N 11 1 LO and
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
er's and claimants.
You are hereby directed to uppeur
and answer tho 1'etltlon In an action
entitled as above, brought against you
In tho United Stntcs District Court,
for tho Torrllory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after sorvlcu
upon you of u ccrtlllcd copy of l'lulii
tin's Petition herein, togothur with u
cortilled ropy of this Summons.
And you uro hereby untitled thnt
unless you upponr nnd answer ns
above tccpilrcd, tho said Plaintiff will
tako judgment nt condemnation of tho
lands described In tho Petition herein
and for any other relief demanded I
WITNKSS Till'! IIONORAIILK SAN
FOUIl II. DOt.K and T11K 1IONOR
AIII.I3 0 HAUL MS V. CLKMONS,
.lintrns or mild lllstilct Court. Hint
'2Sth day of October,
;r, In tho year 'j'aVj
Mini nlnii hiini)rlil''
tho IndcpcndelicoM .
s the one hundred f .
our Mini ono thoitn,
mill cloven nnd of
of tho United States
(Signed) A. i:.
"No. 7U. UNITKI) HTATKS I)IS
TIUCT COURT, for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii. TIIK UN1TKO
STATKS OF AMIIIHCA s. PK
l'KKKKO SUOAR COMPANY ct
nl. SUMMONS. ltODKRT W.
llltKCKONS, United 'States At
torney." TIIK UNITKI) STATKS OF -
Territory ot Hawaii,
City or Honolulu. bs.
I, A. K. MURPI1I1Y, Clerk of tlio
Unlled Stales District Court for tho
Territory anil District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify tho foregoing to bu n
full, true and correct copy of tlio
original Summons In tho easo of TIIK
UNITKI) STATKS OF A.MKIIICA va.
PKPKKKKO HIJOAIl COMPANY ct
nl., ns tlio mime remains of record
and on lllu in tlio ollico of the Clerk
or Raid District Court.
IN WITNKSS WHKItKOK I Imvo
hereunto sot my band and ulllxed tho
heal of Had District Court this lGth
day of November, A. I). 1911.
A. K. MURPHY
Cloik oi United States Dla
(Scul) trlct Couit, Tcrrltorv of
lly F. L. DAVIS,
C0SC 3m lid
IN TIIK CIltCL'lT COURT pF TIIK
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers. In Probate. In the matter
ot the I'Muto of Margaret Fisher, or
der r notice of hearing petition for ad
ministration. On reading und filing thu
petition of Mury Aim Richmds or Ho
nolulu, alleging that Margaret Fisher
of Honolulu died Intestutu ut Honolulu
on the 3rd day of December, A. D. 1911,
leaving ptoperty within thu Jurisdiction
of this Court necessary to be adminis
tered upon, nml piaylug that letters ot
mlmliilstratloii 1mju to Mary Aim
Richards, It Is Ordeied, that Monday,
the 29th day of January, A. D, 1912, lit
9 o'clock ii. in., bu nnd hereby Is ap
point! d for bulling said petition In thu
loiiitiooui of this Court In tho Judi
ciary building In tho City and County
of Honolulu, at which tlnio mid place
all Hrrnr) concerned may appear mid
siow cause, ir nny they have, why said
pftltlnn slsiuld not bo grunted, ilytlm
Court: JOHN MARCAI.LINO, cjlcik,
FJrst Circuit Court, luted, Honolulu,
December 23, 1911 YViubi Wurrcn
Thayer, utttneyfor J'etltloner,
Sll ix-c-T 23," aoj "inn o, is, '
II flH bill a few dollars In ilecl
nriilc a car for Iho I'loral l'ltritilf.
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