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AUTO DUO AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVE!! MEET ALL
rr.rtn i r ii iii nytCeialL.
THE SPIRIT OF GOOD SERVICE AND THE FACILITIES THAT
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EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
Report of Resources and Liabilities
Bank of Honolulu, Ltd.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31, 1911
Loan, Discounts nnd Over-
draft 1.I0.7C2 42
Ilomln 200,000 00
Dun from Banks 10.778 2.1
llthfr Resources 102,928.11
Cash 243,7.15 05
Territory of Hnwull, ,
Cltv nnil County of Honolulu.
I,rE, I. Spalding, lo solemnly swear
ll,n 1.Ik..4 t.f lull lihmi In.lnn rtflil linltnf
ill lit a I, in. hij niiun ivuhv iiiin m"-vh
Subscribed ami sworn tu before mo
But It's Hot
Pf course it is, and it'll STAY
But, there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
'i er i'ai
handles your baggage it
gets on the right stearner
Office, King 8t-, next Young Hotal Telephone 1874 .and 1875
Capital pa 111 In t 000,000 00
Surplus Profits and Unpaid
Depo-dts 1,200,207 97
Dim to Banks 4,591.74
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tlmt tho nbuvo statement is truo to j
(Slg) 13 I SPALDING,
thin 4th day of January, 1912.
(Slg) 1) I CONKL1NG,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
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PURCHASE OF WIFE LED TO
(Hpevl.il Bulletin Correspondence.)
WAILUKU, Jnn 5. HnJImoto. n
Jnpnposc Inliprer of Liihalpn, was
caught this morning by Sheriff Clem
ent Crowcll nnil Ills police officials nt
Hoiiokuliuu Volley. IliiJIinoto phot nnil
killed liU mistress nt u rnmp nt. Main,
near the wireless station, I,nhiilnn,
curl) hint Monday evening, besides so-
rlouslj injuring In the arm another
llajhnotu hnd lieen living Willi tlm
w cumin , according to JniMineio fashion,
hut when ihe learned that ho was nl-
ready a benedict, lmlnK left n wlfo
mill child In Jupan, the woman loft
hlni to live with pnothcr Japanese. The
second Japanese, however, according
In the iimuner of the Nipponese, of-
filed to pay n handsome um for tlio
woman Tho paU was Binned and;
HnJImoto hub wjlllng to forego hi
lose for the woman for tho money
consideration Rut the new nuiCtor
wui slow In coming with tho coin, bo
last Monday HnJImoto, armed with a
In n decision handed down yester
day hy the supremo court, tho old
Cnclhdt innininn Inw nnksed during
the reign of (luecn Elizabeth had to!
he brought In relpilHltlon there being
no express statute In tho Territorial i
The caso Is one In which tho ilrcult,
icurt of Molokal rcsercd a question1
for tho supreme rourt, Lnwrcmo II
lice bought somo Innd nt n sherlft's'
sale nnd now claims the deed, Kllzu.
bcth Foster, the defendant In tho mso
Introduced two deeds In evidence,
lowecr, dated In 1900, two years be
fore tho date of- tho Bale, nnd inndo
on the snmo day. One of tho deeds
Is from defendant nnd husband to
Harry Armltago nnil tho other from
Harry Armltago to defendant.
Tho plaintiff attacked tho validity
of the deeds and tho trial court able
0(1 the following ipiestlon ot tho su
premo, court: "Cnn tho deeds from
frank II. Kostcr to Hnrry Armltagc
and Harry Armltago to the defend,
tint, nbovQ referred to, lio attacked In
this action hy tho plaintiff on tho
(round that the same wero executed
and delivered in fraud of creditors?"
Tho supremo court lfolils that tho
plaintiff can at(nik the Millillty of the
deed. Tho syllabus reads as follows:
"The statute of 13th Kllrabeth re
lating to (omejantcs made In fraud
of creditors was In ufflr'manio of tho
principles of the common law and Is
& part of tho common law of thh
"A decit told because made with In
tent to defraud n creditor Is, as to
the defrauded creditor, oil at Inw
na well as In equity.
"The purchaser nt an execution snlo
of n debtor's Interest In land acquires
the legnl title nnd may, In nn action
of ejectment against one In possesion
claiming under n deed from tho debt
or, attack tho Millillty of the deed on
(lie ground thnt It was inado with In
tent to defeat the Judgment and de
fraud tho Judgment creditor."
BIJOU SHOW IS
Tho IIIJou was ugrtln crowded to the
doors last night, at both performances,
nnd there wan u Hutlsllcd look on tho
fnpo of everjiiiio who left tho "theater.
Koine wile under tho Impression that
(lie week which llts In between tho
Hughes Musical Comedy Company and
the 'I lull" W'lsc aggregation would bo
slow, but, taka It from those who lima
seen tho 111 st two nights, It Is ono of
tho best weeks of show that has been
put on lit tho IIIJou.
Tho tricks of tho trained inoiikesaro
a wholo show In themselves, and when
they are backed up with aerial gym-
naMlcB by tho best trio that hns er
landed heie Kohoone, Tripp & Schocno
and tho closer footwork of McfJoo t
Itccce, which Is certainly In a class by
Itself, not to say anything of tho mov
ing pictures, ono lllm of which shows
ji runaway unto with the usual result,
Jills out an evening that It would bo
hard to diipllcnto unless )ou went tho
noxt inenlng. '
Thursday night there will bo somo
extraordinary aerial work dono by tho
C0WMITTEEBMEET TO- -FIX
Tho committee named hy tho Clov
Tiior fcomo tlmo ago In to help him
In tho determination of tho correct
nomenclature of Hawaiian towns, .riv
ers and points met yestnrday for tho
first tlmo. Tho Governor was voted
'n ,tho chair nnd Itobert D. King of
tho territorial surveyor's ofUco as sec
retary. The committee tool; up a number of
pojiitR that havo beep raised hy the
initlinrlllps In Washington nnd wl
mnlip a report back thero as soon as
tho final uumo Is decided on.
HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY,
revflvcr; went to the woman's camp
nm demanded tlio return of the wo-!
,nul r its cash emilwtlent or death. A
strugglo followed, with tho result on
After killing the woman the inurtlcr
er run along .the heaeh a ml left lilt
clothe there, nppnnntly to dlsguHo
IiIh true win leuliouts The sheriff wns
notllltd of tho murder nnd, accompa
nied 1 1) Sam l(tnday nnd I.. II. Bylyn
captain nnd lieutenant of Wiilluku po-
CP respectively, left tlnvt Kame night
for the Kcene of the murder. Within
tour dajs of the committing of tho
murder, the sheriff had tho culprit
wifely In Uilmlna Jail, and to.norrow
morning tho slieillT nud his nrl.mncr
will bo In Walltiku,
This In really quick work, nnd tho
sheriff nnd his otlleerM nrn entitled to
the highest praise for tho biislnosstlko
manner In which they went nhout
trailing tho lleclnc murderer, who was
said to ho nrmeil to tho teeth anil con-
slilercd it most dcqrntc character.
Judge Cooper, In compliance with tho
request of the uttorne) genet al tiled
Monday last, jei.lcrday afternoon nam
ed the Jury In councutlon with Jhe
opening of (:tljl(op strict uii( tho clos
ing down of .Union.
Twenty-four nanus luuc been drawn,
and from these six will bo drawn to
net as the Jury. They will look over
the project and then stale whether or
not the work should be carried out. If
thej report favorably, the appraisers
will bo appointed, nnd these will do
turmluc tho llguro thnt Is to ho paid
by the government Previous to this.
however, tho land commissioner will
try and come to somo peaceful ur
rangement vv Ith ,tluv ow pur.
Tho names of thpte from whom tho
llnal Jilryi is to )!f drawn lire n fol
lows: IMward 11 Dulscnhcrg, James
J. Crn!tke,tt, Kenneth It. Uarnes, tleprgo
Hnfrnor, Hf ;C lHncrs, lldward DcUum,
CjMirles S. Weight. William, Hi Knlth
Q. l'red Hush, Lewis Jt. Underwood
Harold U Dillingham, II. V. It. abide.
Prcd W. (johrlng, James W nohertson,
Altrod n, Hatfield, villlnm T. Schmidt,
Sherwood M. I.owrcy, Iloseoc W. Per
kins, Maurice Ilrasch, James D, Dole,
Jack Horace Myntt, John J. Itclscr,
Charles II. King nnd Joseph Schwartz.
COUNCIL OF BOY
New life was Injected Into tho Hoy
Scouts by tho organization of tho local
coiipcll at a meeting held last night
nt tho homo of Commissioner J. A,
Wilder at WalMkl. Thero wcru twen
ty-two In attendance at tho meeting,
and n constitution was adopted and a
committee named to draft tho by-laws,
Tho executive committee, will hold u
meeting Ip tho near future to innko
plans fur entertaining General liaiicn-
I'owcll, organizer of tho movement,
ulio is to bo hero within u fcvvmoptlm
on Ids wa) to Australia.
Uuorgo It. Carter wus elected preisi
dent; H M, von Holt, vice-president;
A 1'. Judd, trcasuicr; O. C. l'ottcr.
secretary; f, A. Wilder, scou cuinmU-
These nnk-ors, togethir with W. h
Whitney cinil Cqorgo Vngus, vvifi make
up tlm executive lOmmlttee
Tim court of hoimr comprises J. A,
Wlldc.r, 1). II Ultclicock, IMpI Smie,r,
II M vou Holt and I)r llohdy.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, Y. M. L
Daiulen Council Nn. SC3, Young
Men's Institute, Installed ollleers last
night at a meeting held at C 11. U
Hall, Cathiillc Mission grounds. Olll
eers Installed wero:
Trcsldcjit, j:. V Todd; 1st lco-proH-
idont, II P. O'Hullhan; 2nd V'lco-prcH.-,
Ident, N K Hoopil; treasurer, Kathcr
Valentin; recording and corresponding
secretary, A. M. JCeoho; tlniinclnl sec
retary, Win I.'. A. Miles; marshal, It
N Knhalepiina; Inside sentinel, David
KalMlciiji.hu; outslilu scntlqcl, iMwanl
K Kealolm llxecutlvo cnmmlttco, nil
J. Crawford, chairman; I'ctor Miranda,
J, J, Sullivan. Chaplain, Father Val
Tills evening nt 7:30 Merger's band
will 'give tho following program at Aula
Mnrqli Aula Park Ikrger
Overture Jully Students Huppo
Waltz Ijiurii Mlllpckor
Selection I.uclii Donizetti
Vocal Hawaiian Songs,, Ar. by llergcr
Selection (lrrinnn Mnrches ,
Waltz Morning Papers Strauss
Quadrille lion Jour Zlltoft
The Star Spangled Banner.
JAN. 10, 1912.
Rats Carry Disease
iL germs into the
home and are a
iio life, and also the
!" Jiot prooenv. j
it n sure exterminator of rats. .mice.
cockrpachcs and ,all vermin. Get
tlie genuine. Money back If It Falu,
iii ud $1.00. SoU E.MTW.r."
Stiarm' Dttrtrio Pasta Co., Chkafo.m.
Notice Is hereby given of tho lots of
the following drafts drnvvii upon the
undersigned by tho dipt. Cook ColTco
Co., Ltd , of Kenlakckun, Hawaii, and
(ill persons ale warped ugalnst negoti
ating tho same, viz.:
No. .IS, dated Dee 2d, 1910, and drawn
In favor of H. itokuiiobu for Jioo.
No. 59, dated icc. 20. 1910, nnd drnvvn
In favor of H Ilokunobu for $100.
HIND, IIOLPH H CO.
Per J, K. CLARKH,
Honolulu, January 8, 1012.
24 BETHEI STREET'
P. 0. Box 646
Investications, arid umjshet Beporti
uu tu juuos oi unaacuu wor
BnftTCstloni Riven for limpllfjlnn
or lyitematizinit office woik. All
Pioneer mnd leaden in
tho Automobile Baiineu
Agents (or such vwell-known can
m Packard, PopB-Uartford, 8tevni-
Duryc-s, Cadillac, Tuomai Flyer,
Dulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD.
For the BEST RENT CARS In tht
city, ring up for
OLOSMODILE, No. 403) RENAULT?
No. 404 1 I.ANOAULET, No. MQ
C. H. BEHN ' "'
ALL WE ASK 18 A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
i-none ioj isapioiani ,ouiaina
U.d PRE8T-0-LITE TANK on
your AutomobiU and aav Ginirator
Acetylene Light and
w Sh GAS
Blank books of all sorts. IftdpAnT
etc., manufactured by the bulletin
IN TUB UNITKD STATES DIS
TRICT COU11T FOIl TII13 TBR
1HTOIIY OF HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. PEPEEKEO
SUOAIt COMPANY, ct nl., De
fondants. Action brought In
said District Court, and tho
Petition filed In tho ofneo of
tho Clerk of eald District Court,
THE fllESIDENT.OF THE .UNITED
PEPEEKEO SUGAR, .COMPANY, 8
corporation existing under and
by,)lrtuo,of the lawn ot tho Ter
ritory ot, llawall: LEE IlONU:
JOHN I.EE llO.SU, JAMES LEE
1IONQ, MARY LEE JHONO and
SARAH LEE HON'O, unknown
heirs at law ot LEE HONO, de
ceased: ANNIE AKONO; WIL
LIAM AKOO, HEN.RY AKONO.
LUCY.AKONa and JANE
AKONO, unkjPown holrs nt law
oi aiauy akuu, uoccascu
JULIA II. AFONd; EMMELINE
M.f MAOOON,; .MARIE K. H,UM-
l'llltMVS: Jtlf.tA JnllNSTniMR"?
CAtlOLiNE B. Riaas; MARV
CATHERINE AFONQ; ALICE
LILIAN JIlITCIHNSON; HELEN
O. llrJ.NHIIAL.I-; MARTHA M
DOUGHERTYJ HENRIETTA P,
UPRNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
ER; BEATRICE MELA1NE
RHEW8TER: ANTHONY C
AFONQ; ALBERT F. AFONQ;
AI1RAM II. AFONQ; AH SHEU
AFONQ: CHARLES AFOKU,
THOMAS AFONQ, CLAilA
AFONQ and ROSE AFONQ, un
known heirs nt law of AH LINO
AFONQ, doccasedi and JAMES
BROWN, JOHN BLACK) HEN
RY WHITE, OEORQB SMITH,
MARY JONES, MARQARET
MILLS, HELEN HILO nnd
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
ors and claimants. '
You nro hereby directed to nppear
and answer the Petition tu nn cctlon
entitled us above, brought against you
In tho United States District Court,
for tho Territory of llawall, within
twenty dnys from nnd nftor service
upon you ot a certified copy of Plain
tlrt's Petition heroin, together with a
certified copy of tills Summons.
And you nro hereby notlllcd that
lUnlcss jou nppear nnd answer as
abovo required, the eald Plaintiff will
tako Judgment of condemnation of the
lands descrlbod In tho Petition heroin
and for any other' rellof demanded in
WITNESS THH HONORABLE 8AN-
F.ORD n. DOLE and THE .HONOR
ABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
Judges of said District Court, this
25th day ot October, in tho year ot
our Lord one 'thousand nine hundred
and cloven and 'of tho independence
of tho United StatoB tbo one hundred
and thlrty-Blxth. ,
(Signed) A. H. MURPHY,
"No. 79. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for the Terrl-1
tory of Huwnll. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA Vs. TE
PEEKEO SUQAR COMPANY et
nl. SUMMONS. ROBERT W.
BRECKONS, United States At
torney." T.HE UNITED STATES OF
Territory of, llawall,
CJty of JIopolplu. ss.
I, A. E. MURPHEY, Clqrk of the
United States District Court for the
Territory, nud District of .Hawaii, do
hereby certify ,tlio foregoing to bo a
full, truo and correct copy of the
original Summons In tho case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY ot
nl., as the same remains of record
apd on fllo In tho ofllco ot tho Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havo
hereunto sot my hand nnd nfllxod the
seal of Bald District Court this 16th
day .of November, A. I). 1911.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States DIs-
tr.lpt Court, Territory ol
.. .r- Deputy Clerk.
B0!6 3m uu
8. C. WHITE LEGHORNS
Eggs for hutching. Day-old Chlcki
from our Tour pent, with trap nated
record of ovar 200 eggs a var. Two
saven months old Cockerali, 227-egg
A faw vary choice Cockarala from
Maklkl Heights Poultry Ranch
Ordara boolcad now Vlsltora walcoma
To Whom It Mny Concern:
During my ubsonc,p from thq Terri
tory my sop, IVienk L. Hooga, will act
for mo under full power of attorney In
W. II, HOOGS.
Honolulu, January S, 1912,
-"For Sale" carrta at Bulletin,.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIR8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER- .
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING -TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Mnrslon Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, Plaintiff and Pell- .
Honor, vs. ISABELLA II. WOODS!
PALMER PARKER WOODS nnd
MOI.L1E WOODS, Ills wife! MARY
ALICE, BLUETT nnd P. W. P.
BLUETT, her husband; 'JAMES
FRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his vvlfo; SAMUEL PARKER
WP'DS, nnd ROSE WOODS, his
vvlfo; MABEL ROBERTSON HECK
LEY nnd HENRY DECKLEY". her
husbund; MAUD WpODS! LUCY
WOODS; Jt. Vv". SHINGLE, ERNEST
W.QDEH0U8E nnd ALLEN W. T.
UpTTOMLEy. Trustees under tho
Will of Jnmos Might, deceased;
HQUAJ'A RANCH COMPANY.J.IM
1TED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its prinqlpnt ofllco nt Puuhiic,
District of Kolinln. Island nnd Ter
ritory .of Hnwall; JOHN JJOH, MARY
DOE nnd RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners nnd claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OP HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF of tho
Territory of Hnwall, or his Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOQDS and MOLLI11
WOODS, his wife! MARY ALICE
11J.UETT nnd P. W. r. BLUETT, her
Husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
(tpd EVA WOODS, his wife! SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS,
lih wife; MABEL ROBERTSON'
RECtvLliY nnd HENRY BECKLEV,
lirr h'usbniMl: MAUD WOODS: LUCY
WOQDS! R W. SHINGLE. ERNEST
WODEIIOUSB nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under tlio Will
or James vvight, deceased; koiiai.Aa
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, nr
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal ofllco nt Puuhtie, District of Ko
hala, Iijianil and Territory ot Hawaii;
JOHN DOE. MARY DdE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants, in case they shall lllo
written unsw cr vv Ithln twenty dns after
scrvlco hereof to bo nnd nppear beforo
tho said Circuit Court at tho term
thereof pending Immediately nftcr tlio
expiration cf twenty duys utter ner-vle-p
hereof; provided, however. If no
tqrm bo pending at such time, then tu
h unit nppear Jioforo tho s.ihl Cir
cuit Court al tho next succeeding term
thcre-of, to wit, tho January 1912 Term
thereof, ,to bo holdcp nt tho City nnd
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
eighth day of January noxt, nt 10
o'clock .u. in., to ahovv cnuso why Judg
ment of condemnation of tho lands do
scribed in tlio petition herein mid for
such. other relief demanded In tho pe
tition should not bo nvvurded to tho
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tlio
tenor of its annexed petition.
And havo you then thero thli Writ
with full return of you,r proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorablo Presiding
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, nt Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
day of rcbiuary, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON.
I 727C. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit
C.ourt. First Circuit, Territory of Hn
wall. Tho Territory of Hnwall by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works. I'laliitlft and Pctltlonc:,)..
vs. Isabella II. Woods et al , Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition. Filed
and Issued February 11, 1911, ut 10:50
u, m. J. A. Thqippson, Clerk. Return
ed at 1:30 o'clock p. in, April 13. 1911.
Robert Tarkcr, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of ) ss,
I, Ilqnry Smith, Clerk of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit. Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify tho
foregoing to bo a full, truo und correct
eppy of tho original summons In tfio
caso of Territory of Hnwall by Mur
s(on Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic: AVorks, vs. Isabella II. Wpods ct
nl, as Ilia same remains of record und
op lllo In tho ollco of tlio Cleric of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and nlllxcd tho
seal of suld Couit (Ills 21st duy of
B"I HENRY SMITH.
Clerk, Circuit Court of tlio Flrfct Ju
dlelnl Circuit, Territory of Hnwall.
Aloxnnder Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
General, mid Arthur G. Smith, Deputy
Attorney Oqne.rnl, for tho Petitioner.
O. P. 8. 8(ERRA.
Notice Is herehv clven (lint n,n a
8. Sierra will sall.frorp this port Eeli-i
runry 6, 1912, Instead of Fcbruury 7
ion on rciurn trip will sail from San
Francisco Fobruary 16, bringing her
hero tho niornloL- of tlm "?n.i nr i.i.
runry In s,cnson to seo tho unnuul
1 lorul Pnrado.
C. nnKWER & ,CO. (Limited),
, Agentjj, .Oceanic, Steamship Co.
It rilltlM lllll fl fni .fnll...... ! .1-
f " ,,",,,,, n ,. urc
ornto n cur Iw .tlio l'lorul Parade.
And It helps make Honolulu noted
tlio norld orer,
itti'ii ii unwiiiim
m.WBaiUMi., j.. g