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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JAN. 5, 1912.
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OH IN SAN FRAN.
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MAGNIN'3.
E show at
exclusive assortment of Ladies',
Children's, and Infants' Wear at
popular prices. MAGNIN'S quality
represents the best make, finish, and
GRANT AVE. AND GEARY ST.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
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ISnii id!" '!l!iii'-,iiUA
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NAMED AFTER THE PATRON SAINT OF THIS CITY, THIS
HOTEL EXPRESSES THE COMFORTABLE SPIRIT OF OLD CALI
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(GHI.VM.I.L AiriOMATIC SPIIIMvl.rJII)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
WATCH US GROW
With the business that is coming our way
Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machines
Household Furnishings in every branch
James Guild Company
COLLINS DLDG., KING ST., NEAR
ASK ME FOR ESTIMATES ON
P. M. POND,
all times the most
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Reports were llio onlrr of tho clay at
the meeting or tlie health board )es-
Irnlii) iifliTiiiMiti. Ir J T. Wnson glv i
ug an uicnunt of the work that hail
In on done at the Kulllil receiving stu
Hon ami ex-Governor George It Carter
speaking of the work lie has observed
ilom li the eltlcns' sanitation iiim
mlltee Other minor reports were also
niaile in iiinnectlon with departments
I Wu)snn reported that during the
past Mar 129 examination 1ml been
in.nle nt the receiving station anil out
of tin He 7s h.nl proeil to lie uftlktcil
anil Pi fonml to he nnn-leprnus One
was dWc barged mid a dl-agrcemcnt of
diagnosis resulted In mint her case.
Seven!) -two were llnwnll.iii, 17 p.irt-
Unwaliuui. four Chliii"e, six Japanese
anil bI Portuguese, while the halame
hiii niaile up of one or two of the other
Dr Wn)snti reporteil that ten dllTcr-
enl methods of treatment hail heen
trli.il. anil of thee he mentloneil the
uirlion ilioitle methoit an the mnt
promising l)r MeCoy also mailo a
short report ax to the work In conncc
tlnn with the IVileral h prosnrlum
Other reports enme from the ilNpen
ser nml the president l)r Pratt stnt
eil that arrangements li.nl heen mailn
between the manager of the Seaside
Until ami the Itlshop l.itatc, as a re
sult of whleli the hail itiniiilto-hreel-ing
place hehlml the hotel wax now be
ing lllhil up
.Mr Carter during n talk In connec
tion with the mosquito inmp.itgn stnt
eil that he thought that If lle Imnilreil
arrests were nuile. eliarRliiR peoplo
with hahiR iinni'ccssnr) water eon
tnlnerx on the premise. In which inns.
inltoei. were hreeilhiR, It wouhl li.iv
a Kiiliitnr effect He xalil that this
wax not meant ax tinthl!iR more than
a remlniler ami that he thntiRht there
wouhl he no neeil for an) thing further.
Let there lie no evasion wo mean
elnonle nml supposed Incurubln cases
involving ilrnpxy, albumen ami casts
They mo cumuli; In a ureal majority
ol all cases
It lis ciln n tjplc.il case that of
.Mr. H. !'. Nltsckkc, of EMC Sp.ilght
street, Madison, Wis There hail heen
eight phjHiclanx on thin rase and It
Rot no extreme that ho llnully had one,
of the last sjmptoius; namely, falling
e)c-alglit. In January, 1007, the doc-
torn admitted that iiotliluc further
iniild ho done, and they Bent him to
Eureka Springs. Arkansas Ho ciin
tlnueil to Ret woise, the dropsy llnnll)
reaching the Htomaeh, heart and
lungs At one timo tests showed al
hunien ax IiIrIi ax ?.' per cent
lie learned of Kulton'H Itenal C'oni
I'ound and heRan to take It .Inly .ltd
Diopsy heRan slowly to decline and
tlio albumen dropped to fort), then to
twenty, then to ten, and Dually to two
per cent In Slay, 1JI0S.
Tlio patient Is now hack In his em
ployment and Is dootliiR full tlmu to
Patients deslrlnR lo know more of
this treatment curt Ret full llteratuie
hy wrllliiR to tlio John .1 Kullnn Coin
pany, San Kraticlseo, C.il
Fulton's Hi mil Compound ran ho
hud In jour city at all driiRRlslB
We desire eery patient to wrlto us
who Is not notliiR the usual impugn
ment hy Ihe thlid week
There Is fond for thought In tlm fol
low Iiir editorial utterance of the
CrUlj Hear," the magazine publish
ed on board the I S S. California.
Ihe holiday number of whkh Is Just
"The object of a sirlee miiRu.iuc Is
not end) to Rive new's to the men of
the Meet, but to servo as a means
whereby men inn lit the 'folks at
homo' know what Is beliiK dono ami
how we do It
There seems to be a inlxtuken Im
piesslou aiuoiiK civilians that the navy
Ik vvorne than a peullentlaiy, and that
the men me treated more like anhualh
than human behiRs It li this belief
that we ale all tijhiK to correct, theie
fore all our articles of news must be
made to appear as optimistic as pos
sible Itevcrses come to all of us,
uhetlur In or out of the navy, and the
best thlnR to do Is to fnritut them as
Minn as possible
"The better the Impiesslnn of the
service created amom,' the people In
civil life the more respeit they will
show tnuntil the men who mako up
that service How in my peoplo do
Mill suppose would respect a man who
was (ontlnuallv RrovvlhiR and KloklnH
about his lot without ever behiR sat
isfied or icintentiir' Very few Indeed"
The Do it Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
105 J Fort Street
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrins to alt,par,ts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts"ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
THE COLONIAL HOTEL,
on Emma Street, above
Vineyard, Is managed on
the defects of other hotels
Tito result Is very satisfac
tory to tlio guests.
Emma St., above Vineyard
REST ("ROM LABOR The lacy man
who would have refreshment after the
labor at tin close of n busy year may
Kit whit hi vv. nits when he wants It at
Trains to tlio door
Rooms and Board
W. C. Be.ro.ln, Prop.
1168 KOItT HTIttiRT PHONE 3601
Regal Shoo Store,
ANZAI 8HOE 8TOrE
Be.re.Lnl 8tret, Near Nuujnu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Hotel Street, Near Fort
RULE AND REGULATION OF THE
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY
CONCERNING THE CONTROL
OF INSECT AND OTHER VEGE
TABLE PE8TS IN THE TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII.
The Ilo.iril of I'oiniiilssloncrs of Ab-
ilculturu and I'orcstrj of the Territory
of Hawaii hereby mako the following
lules anil regulations for the purpose
of tontrollliiR and dlmlnMiitii; or erad
icating liijuilous Injects, blights, scales
and pests, Injurious or liable to be
come Injurious, to trees, plants, or oth
er i gelation of Milue unci the fruit
Hedlon I In view of the presence
of Injurious Insects, blights, M-nlcs nml
pests which are a detriment or which
may become a detriment to tlio agri
cultural Industries of the Territory and
for the purpose of preventing or dl
mlulihlng the damage and loss e-aus-
able b them, all Inspectors and other
duly nppolutecl agents of the Hoard of
Agriculture and forestry arc hereby
empowered to enter at alt reasonable
limes any and all farms, orchards and
premises In said Territory, where thero
arei agricultural growths and products,
for the purpose of Inspecting trees,
plants, cuttings, vines, fruits, vegeta
bles, tubers, roots, seeds und other
agricultural growths and products
Section 2 Whenever suih Injurious
Insects, blights, scales, or pests are dis
covered on any premises, Inspectors
and other duly appointed agents of the
Hoard of Agriculture ntul Korestry shall
nelvlic the growers of Die crops on such
premises as to the best methods of re
ducing the damage that may he caused
thereh) and all fruits, plants, cuttings,
vines, vegetables, tubers, roots, seed,
or leaves Infected with any such In
sect, blight, scale or pest, shall be de-
stroM'd at once by the grower thereof
hy methods prescribed by the Huperin
teudent of l.ntnmology upon the re
ipicst of a uj such Inspector or ngent.
Section 3 All Inspectors and other
dul appointed agents of the Hoard of
Agriculture and Korestry arc hereby
empowered to scire and destroy any
fruit, plant, cutting, vines, vegetables,
tubers, roots, seeds, or leaves Infected
with ail) such Insects, blights, scales
or pests found ,ln any shipment In any
part of the Territory.
Section 4. Any person. Itrm or cor
poration violating the above rule shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor nnd upon
eonvlitlon thereof shall be punished by
a line not to exceed I'lve Hundred Dol
lars, as provided by section 390 of thn
Itevlscd I.OVVS, ns amended by Act 8'J
of the Session Ijiws of 1905, and Act
1 1 J of the Session Ijiws of 1907.
Section .".. This rulo shall take ef-
feet upon Us approval by the Gov
w r Kni.Ait.
novernor of Hawaii.
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, De
eeniher 30, 1911 11125-31
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
TREASURER'S OFFICE, HONO
In ra Dissolution of the Honolulu
Stock-Yards Company, Limited.
.Whereas, the HONOLULU STOCK
YARDS COMPANY. LIMITED, a cot.
pnratlon established and existing under
Hint hy virtue of the laws of the Ter
rllory of Hawaii, has pursuant to law
In such cases made and provided, duly
tiled In this office a petition for the, rils
solution of the said corporation, to
gether with n certificate thereto an
nexed as required by law;
Now. therefore, Notice Is hereby
given to any and all persons that have
been or urn now Interested In any man
ner whatsoever In the said corporation,
that objections to tlio granting of the
said petition must bo II led In this of
Ike on or before 12 o'clock noon. Jan
u.iry 12, 1912, and that any person Or
persons desiring to be heard thereon
must he In attendance at thn olllce of
Ihe undersigned, In the Executive
Itiilldlnc. Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon
of said day, to show cause, If any, why
said petition should not he granted.
(H) D L. CONKLINO,
Treasurer, Terrltoiy of Hawaii.
Honolulu. October 28, 1911.
5074 Nov 3, 10, 17, '.M; Dec. 1, 8, 1
22, 29; Jan 5, 12.
IN Till: t'lItl'l'IT COURT OP Till
first Judlilal Clicult of the Territory
of Hawaii. At Chambers In Divorce
Hilda Huston, l.lbellant, vs Walter K.
Huston, l.lbellee Libel for Divorce.
Notice To Walter K Kdston, llhelleo
herein You am hereby notified that
the above. entitled cause, thn sumo he
Ing Tor a divorce from M'u on the
Kioutuls of desertion and non-support,
is now pending In the above-entitled
Court and that tlio samo will bo heanl
and determined on HHtuiil.it, tlio 17th
day of rebrunry, A D. 1912, at the
bout of 9 o'cloik a in of said day, or
as soon thereafter as lounsel can bn
heard, at the lourtrooni of said Court
In Honolulu, T 11 Dated, Honolulu,
fit and County of Honolulu, Terrl
toiy of Hawaii, this Rth day of Do-
i ember. A D 1911. (Sad) M T. SI-
MONTON. Clerk, Clicult Court, Plrst
.luiliclal circuit. Territory or Hawaii.
(Seal ) f K. Qiiiun, attorney for II-
6103 Dec. 8, 15, 2.', 29; Jan. 6, 13.
IN TUB UNITKD STATUS DIS
TRICT COURT FOR TIIK TKR
IIITORY OV HAWAII.
TUB UN1TI.I) STATBS OP AMER
ICA, iMnintirf, vs. pkpi:i:kko
8U0AR COMPANY, ct al De
fendants. Action brought In
said District Court, nnd tlio
Petition filed In tlio olllco of
tlio Clerk of said District Court,
THE PHL'SIDKNT OV TUB UNITKD
PKPEBKEO SUGAR COMPANY, n
corporation existing under nnd
by vjrtuo of tlio laws of tlio Ter
ritory of Hawaii; LKH HONO;
JOHN LKi: HONO, JAMBS LBB
HONO, MARY LBB BONO nnd
SARAH LBB HONO, unknown
heirs nt lnw of LBB HONO, do
censed: ANNIB AKONO; WIL
LIAM AKONO, HBNRY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO nnd JANB
AKONO, unknown heirs nt law
of MARY AKONO, deceased;
JULIA II. AKONO, KMMBLINB
M. MAOOON; MARIB K. HUM
PHRBY8; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE II. RKUiS; MARY
CATHERINE AKONO; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
0. HBNSHALL; MARTHA M
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
UURNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK-
ERJ I1BATR1CB MBLAINE
HREWSTER; ANTHONY C.
AKONO; AL11ERT K. AKONO;
AI1RAM II. AKONO; AH SHEU
AKONHi CHARLES AKONG,
THOMAS AKONG, CLARA
AKONO nnd ROSE AKONG, un
known heirs nt law of AH LING
AKONG, deceased; nnd JAMES
DROWN, JOHN 11LACK, HEN
RY WHITE, GEORGE SMITH,
MARY JONES, MARGARET
MILLS, HELEN II 11.0 nnd
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
era nnd claimants.
You arc hereby directed to appear
and answer the Petition in an action
entitled ns above, brought against you
in tlio United States District Court,
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and nfter sorvlce
upon )ou of a certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with n
certified copy of this Summons.
And you uro hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
abo.o required, the said PlalntllT will
tnko Judgment of condemnation of the
lands described In the Petition herein
and for any other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORAHLE SAN
KORD n. DOLE and THE HONOR
AHLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
Judges of said District Court, this
.,5th day of October, In tlio year ol
our Lord ono thousand ulno hundred
and eleven and of tlio Independence
or tlio United States tlio one hundred
(Signed) A. B. MURPHY,
"No. 7D. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for the Terri
tory of Hnwnll. TUB UNITED
STATES OK AMERICA vs. PB
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY el
al. SUMMONS. ROHERT W
HRECKONS, United States At
THE UNITED STATES OK
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A B MURPIIBY, Clerk of tho
United States District Court for the
Territory nnd District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify thn foregoing to bo a
full truo and correct copy of the
original Summons In thn casn or THE
UNITED STATES OK AMERICA VH
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY el
nt , as tho Kama remains or record
and on tile in the olllco of tlio Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and afllxod tho
seal of said District Court this ICtli
day of November, A. D. 1911.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk or United States Dl3
(Scal) trlct Court, Territory of
Jjy F. L. DAVIS,
fiOSC 3m lid
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order chanuod
dally and b supplied with any ol
these varieties from
PHONE 1431 1134 NUUANU 8T.
has the best Homc-Madc
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring up 21 24.
1129 FOKT STREST
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIR8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TLR
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERM8 IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
TUB TERRITORY OK HAWAII, by
.Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Winks, l'lalntlrc and Peti
tioner, vs lSAHHI.I.A II WOODS;
P.M.. MP.It PARKER WOODS ami
MOI.I.1E WOODS, his wife; MARY
ALICE Hl.tlETT nnd P. W. P.
HI.UI.TT, her husband; JAMES
PRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wife; SAM OIJI. PA UK Ell
WOODS ami ROSE WOODS. Iili
wife; MAItr.l. ROHEHTSON HECK
LEY and HENRY HECKI.EY. her
litHiiinil; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It W SHINGLE. ERNEST
WODEIIOt'SB nnd ALLEN W. T.
ItOTTOMI.EY, Trustees niidir tho
Will of James Wight, deceased;
KOIIALA RANCH COMPANY. LIM
ITED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal olllco nt Piiuhue,
District of Kohnti, Island and Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MARY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners and claimants, Dcfindautu
THE TERRITORY OK HAWAII.
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF of tho
Territory of Hawaii, or Ids Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISAIIELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS nml MOI. 1.111
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
ULUETT nnd P. W. P. IILI'ETT. her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
ilml EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS,
his wife; MAIIEL ROHEUTSON
HECKI.EY and HENRY ItECKl.EV.
Ivor husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS: R W SHINGLE. ERNEST
WODEHOUSE nnd ALLEN W T.
HOTTOMI.EY. Trustees under the Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOIIAI.A
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal nlllee at Piiuhue, District of Ko
hala, Island nnd Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners anil claim
ants, ilefenilauts, In case they shall lllo
written answer within twinty ilna after
service hereof to ho and appear befoul
the said Circuit Court nt tho term
thereof pending Immediately after thu
expiration of twenty das after bei
vlco hereof; provided, however. If no
term be pending at such time, then to
be and appear beforo tho said Cir
cuit Court at the next siicieedlng term
thereof, to wit, tho January 1912 Term
thereof, to be holilen nt thn City and
County of Honolulu, on Motidai, tlio
eighth da) of Januaiy next, at 10
o'clock a m., to show iniise wbv Judg
inent of eoiidemiiatlou of the lands de
scribed in the petition Iieieln and for
such other relief demanded In tho pe
tition should not bn awarded to thn
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tho
tenor of Us auuexed petition
And Iiiimi Mu 'hen thero this Wilt
with full return of jour ptocenllngj
WITNESS the Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of the I'll at
Circuit, at Honolulu aroresaid, this litis
day of IVbru.il), 1911.
(Ssd) J A. THOMPSON.
(Seal) f Clerk.
L 7270 Reg .1 pg 239 Circuit
Court, I'll ft circuit, Territory of Ha
waii. The Tetrltoiy of Hawaii hy
Marston Campbell. Supi rluti uilent of
Public Works, PInliilllT and petitioner,
vs Isabella II Woods el al . Difeuil
inls and Respondents Petllloii Filed
and Issued February 11, 1911, at lU.Gi;
a ill J A Thomp',011, Cleik. Return
ed al 1 30 o'clock p in, April 13. 1911.
Robert Parker, Ji , Asst Clctk. Orig
inal Territory of Hawaii. )
City and County of ) i,s.
I, Ileniy Snillh, Cleik of tho Clicult
'emit of Ihe First Judicial Circuit, Ter
illorj of Hawaii, do heieby entity the
roregolug to ho a full, Irue and eoirect
copy of the original summons In tho
ease or Tin Hoi) of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Supei lutiudent or Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella II Woods et
al. as the samn lenialns of rcconl and
on lllo In Hie utile o of I lie Cluk or said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I h.no
heieunto set my band and alllxul tho
seal of said Couit tills 21st clay or
(K HENRY SMITH,
Chik, Che ult Couit of tho piisl Ju
dicial Cheiilt. Terrltoiy or Hawaii
Alexander Lindsay, Jr , Altoniey
General, und Aitlmr (I Smith, In puty
Attorney tienei.il. for 10 ivutluuer
O. S. S. SIERRA.
Notice Is heiehv clven Mini II,.. II
H Siena will sail from this port !' h
lllllly b, 1912. Instead of Kebrinnv 7.
and on return trio wilt suit ,.. v:,..
I'r.inclsco IVbruary 1(1, bringing her
hero tho morning of tho 22nd or I'eb
ruury In season to seo thn uiiniiil
C DREWER .t CO. (Limited).
Agents, Oceanic Steamship Co.
It costs hut 11 few diilliira lo dec.
iirii.e a car (or Hie Fluriil Parade.
And It helps niiikc Honolulu noted
tuu norltl UUT,