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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1912.
A Hawaiian Trust Co.,
STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES, DECEMBER 31, 1911,
On hand 763 70
In bunk 2V.82I.17
In Imnlt us trus
tee 10,030 81
In bank (re es
In agents hands 24,ir0.!S
Stock In other corporations
Loans, demand nnil time,
Itrnl estate ,..,,
Ulllra furniture nnil fix
ture Accounts line iih lit Interest
Gcncrnl account One us..
Assets other tluin those
Territory of Hnwnll, )
Island of Oiihu. )
I. John H. Halt. Treasurer of Hawaiian Tmit Company, Limited, do sol.
eiiuily swear that the above statement truu to the hest uf my knnwlcdgo
J. It OALT. Treasurer.
rHibscrlbcd and sworn tn heforo in3 this 5th day of January. A. 1). 1912.
IIHNJ. t,. MAIIX,
Notary Public. Klrst Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Guardian Trust Company,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 30, 1911
Cash on hand and In bank f 37,472 49
Honda , 8,477 50
Works '. 84.R54 90
Loans secured by mortgages on real estate 8,372 50
Loani) ilemand'mid time 9,600 00
Kilrnlttiro nnd fixtures ', .' 1,913 90
Accrued' Interest receivable 713 99
Assetbolhcr than thoso spcclllcd ubovc 9,291 60
! v , ' i !' , ) ' 'll58.729 78
' ' '. '.' -,US ,1.WU .. ,
Capital fully paid In J 100,000 00
Undivided -prollts ,.,..,,,.,... 5,273 60
Tru.it' and nRcncy accounts 53,421 G3
OUlej: Ili!iliJ?f,-.Af - ..'.,'., ."...,i... . ,xr:34 61
1 $168,729 78
Territory of Hawaii, ) ' ,1 i' ,
)H.. . , ,
City and County of Honolulu) ' ' ,
I, W. W. Cluiiuberlaln, Treasurer of the nuardlan Trust Company, Lim
ited, do solemnly swear thut the above statement Is true to the best of my
kuowlcdgo mid belief.
V. W. CIIAMIir.ItI.AIN.
pub'crlhed and sworn to before mo this 30lh day of December, 191k
KAY II. niKTOW,
Notary IMilillc, Klrst Judicial Circuit
WHEN YOU IIUY M13AT.H KUOM US YOU TAKIJ NO
CHANCKS ON OUTTINO AN INKHRIOU QUALITY. OUR
BKUVICK IS AS GOOD AS TUB QUALITY OK THK'MKATS.
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Offlcn, King 8t, nxt Young Hottl Ttlephonti 1S74 and 187S
Capital fully imlr up .,,.
Trust nnil agency accounts
Guaranteed Good Work
PHONE 1862 UNION AND HOTEL 8TREET8
BUSINESS MUST BOW TO THE
PEOPLE SAYS SECRETARY STIMSON
Cabinet Officer Declares Cap
italists Realize Now That
Peace Will Only Come
NOW YOHK, Uoo. 20. AitvocntlnR
nn administratis bureau for the coil'
ailmlnlstratue bureau for uic con-
of trusts, Henry U Stlmson, 8ec
iry of War, told tho members of
Ilepubllean Club ot New York
city Krlilny night that the time was
nasi when business Is to dominate
the public Interests. Capitalists now
realized, ho said, that business peace
can on.y be realized by subm.ss.on to
club toasted President Tart as "the
greatest Jurist of them all none
more honest and none more sincere."
Mr. Stlmson began by pleading for
a better spirit on the part of the na-
tlon toward the trust problem, avoid
ing tlic radical anil conservamc ex
tremes, The first constructive steji,
he said, was legislation dellnlng in
detail the nrlous methods of unfair
trade by which competition Is de
stroyed. The second constructive
step was the creation of an adminis
"I bellet- that tho criminal pro-
visions of the law," ho raid, "should
ho supplemented by legislation wlilili
111 nDtnLlloli nn nilitttlotfnl tun till.
"Ill vnttlUIIPII till llilllllllinnumv -
reau for tho permanent, continuous
and watchful oversight of corjwrato
huslness engaged In ntcrstate com-
mcrcc legislation which will give
stability to such legitimate business
and at the some time safeguard tho
Just Interests of the public. Such a
bureau would become an assistant
and safeguard to the honest business
man and yet at tho same tlmo make
tho law vaftly more effective ngalnst
tlic other hind our huslncss. The best minds can
"It could co lect a largo amount of BC , comparatively short dis
information which would Ik of lues- . .' ., ,'. , , . , .
llmahlc service In Informing tho busl- lan, ln, ,,c ,""llr' ,, '- '-11"'"-ness
lommunly as to what tho law Tintely iindcrstanil llm great forces
meant; at the samo tlmo. It could of moilcm society now at work. What
furnish Congress similar Information wo should attempt Is tn dlreit these
for the purpose of perfecting future forces toward a. Just Industrial sys
legislation, and would bring to the torn, leaving full play to Individual
side of tnc public tho tremendous
JIUMUI UL pilllllLUy.
"Ill the case of our
ve U,e 'criminal. "u'n,W
giving of n rebate or ills-
crimination can lie punished with flue
and imprisonment. Hut tho real
power which regulates our transpor
tation, which most adequately pro
tccts us from tho abuses of unjust
rates and tho stock-Jobbing which so
commonly Induced them, Is the rare
fill system ot supervision and pub.
Ilcl'y of which tho Interstate com
merce commission is the agent.
"That system not ..only provides
that rates of transjioftatlon must be
made public and filed with the .com
mission, but It gives the commission
power to prescribe a uniform system
lur muir uciumiifl, nnu jiowrr 10 iibk
questions anil compel nnnwcni under
oath In case those accounts arc dlslii'
genuous or Insufficient.
"Tho President has. In his recent
message recommended such an ad
ministrative syslem as the seiniid
piece of constructive legislation which
ho"fa,ors. He recommends It as one
of the features of a federal Incorpor
ation law. Of courro, a federal In
corporation law Is not tho only form
under which such n system of admin
istrative supervision could he main
tained. Others sincerely and Intelli
gently urge It as a -part of a system
ol federal licenses tp ho imposed
upon htate-crcated corporations. Tho
feature which Is common to both
proposals is tho establishment of a
federal ndnilnUtratlvo bureau which,
either by charter or license, will pre
scrllio tho conditions upon whMi
comuinaiinns of nusiness men can
engage In IntcrMate commerce.
"It seems to mo clear that the fed
cral Incorporation law Is tho Mmplcr
and moro ofTcctlvo means of reaching
tho result desired. II avoids some
legal dimcultlcs which might arlso to
hamper tho effectiveness of tho II
censo syslem. Under tho latter thero
might arise cnnflUts between tho two
sovereigns state and federnl exer
cising regulation over Itho corpora
tion, which would unncMUMirlly
Rhaclslo its activities without pro
tedlng the public.
"It is folly to acciiso such a system
of being too Inquisitorial. That oil
Jectlon generally comes from tho men
no regulation whatevor.
A system which has nrod.ued no I...
birv m ii, ,nU. ,iii i...i..... ...
tho ountry-tho uedlt business of
our ba.,k,n i,f,n .. . .i,...
for tho ordinary loruoratlon. Thin
Is an ago of faith In publicity, and
thero Is a teglstmato distrust of the
business which Is unwilling to have
ItH financial operations Bland lieforo
the light of day. Itcmembur wo aro
dealing Blmply with tho structure
and organization of tho business, and
not wltl Its leglslmnte trade secrets
thoso kcerot processes of manufac
ture which exist In some trades and
for which, for aught that we reipilro
here, may woll bo kept Inviolate.
"Moro than that, largo business,
tho business of our combinations, can
no longer bo treated as wholly prl
vale business. Tho public Is loo vl.
tally Interested In nnd too dependent
upon Its results to allow any suc'i
claim of exemption."
Mr. Slmson said that tho people of
tho country would not allow tho re
peal of the Sherman ait. A further
general Impilry by Congress he re.
parded as iieeelle.ss. He continued;
"There, was a time, not so very
lotm Bo, when many of our toRl't-i
Ill viiirunn ........tn.i .m.i.ivi tin,
Krcnt coriiorntlons did not virtually
control the country. There was u
time when trust mammer wcro rulh
less anil defiant een In the ery
committee rooms of Congress. To a
larco extent nt least that time has
. ..,,,. tn tlC0(, iB cvcr r
l,af8C". ""' '"f ci is ccr pris.
l 'f Mullnnt wm.hfiilnnw Bilnj.l
"ny attrmjitcl domlname of purely,
eeiusn or scuionai purposes in mo
country, and tho rclstancc to smh
encroachments must be unabated. A
few years nco some of our larco
apltnllMs Mppclml I)lIslllCM )wllu
through the submission of the iKople.l,, ,lnt , int,.rM mny
, flll)nlBI1(m , , ,,,,,.
,.,... ,., ,.,, . ,,,,. ,,,,
' ,r',,cr than ""''. Ml" ' a. .."
'"P"" 8rn"c "' r"lc resj.onsinimy
" " ""' vn-ni itoi inuusru
thrnugliout our business eirrlei.
"I thing there Is
n ery general',
recognition throiiKliont the commun
Ity of tho ImP'irtaiKC nnd delicacy of
thin great problem. I think we real
lie now better than ecr b!foro how
Jho interests of the unnufaituier,
the laborer and the lonsumer Ilia
rorjioranon. us empiojeei nnu mo
pumie arc mine nouiiu up in rum
mon In Its snlutloii. I think we nro
n n.. I.....I .. I . m ln ...!.. ll.i ...'
tut I'll in'HIIIUIIIh l" I HIl'U 111 til "III
attempted solution must not be tin
pretentious, too rigid, or too coinpre-
,,, n t8 cnort
..... , , , . ... .
" nro cnBa?p,1,,n MrnlKi ",
wh" wc nrn '"nexlble In our resolu-
tlon that the Interest of the puhlh.
must dominate the situation, we
realize mnro fully than before thaf
the Interest of the public Is lne-
irlcably Imund up In the welfare of
Inltlatl.e and full Fiopo for Individ
ual reward, but at all hazards to He-
''' "" ";""' 'T,nm l
,ho Krcnt ""lS8 of ""' l'I'lr-
"American tea Is by no means an
Impossible, product of tho future,"
says .Secretary Wilson of tho Depart-
, "lc,,t ,,r Agriculture, hu being of tho
-" " ii "' "nint;irn in mi; wn
of this achievement may lliuMy bo
overcome by persistent effort.
Tea Is a staple crop of India, Cey
lon, China nnd Japan, whero cheap
labor Is abundant, and at present ex
tends tho promise) of playing an Im
portant rolo in tho Industries of tho
Tho work In tea culture, carried on
ut Summcrvlllc. H. C, has continued
to glvo favorable results, and al
though this section was somewhat
discouraging from tho standpoint of
rainfall, tho year has been satisfac
tory. A machine! to pruno tho plants
clthor in tho Hat or convox typo of
cut has dono successful work saving
expensive hand labor, and ten picking
apparatus Is now receiving attention,
and soiiio small samples of m.ichiiio
plckeil tea hao been obtained. When
theso two operations aro suecehsfully
dono by machines tho labor problem
In tho American tea raising Industry
will hau been willed.
Of tho world's annual consump
tion, exclusive of tho very largo local
uso In China, (tho oxteul of which
cannot bo determined), nmountlng to
about 700,oou,(ini) pounds, 150,000,000
Is produced In China, and tho recent
I rouble) there Is hound to Intorfeio
tn u great extent with this Industry
and will In all probability bring
about n rcudjt: tiueut of tho tea trade.
of tho world.
Tho people of tho United Stales,
although ronsldeicil n corfeo-drlnking
nation, consiimo annually upward of
100,000,000 pounds of tea, for which
?'"'WU'-"0U '.r T"
$111,000,000 or mom am paid Tho
,""'""" "' .,c" ' r
every fifth year
ii. i . .. - . .- -. . -
Toni .,.! in lain inclusive, snow a
fT' "VT"0 i'"..".0 ""'"l!'," ,"'
u'n lit'd, 'l H Is l.osslble by
establishing a lea Industry at homn
to greatly Increase) (ho consumption,
as has been demo In Orent Ilritaln
since tea hecamu a staplu of her col
onies tu tho Bast Indies.
Tim Secretary assorts that "tho
ability of the tea plant to ndapt Itself
tn a wide range of conditions Is ex
ceeded only by wheat, nnd that tho
climate of the .Southern states Is In
general fairly suited tn Jts cultiva
tion ; for although tho rainfall is
much less than In most uf the lea
producing countries, tho average an
nual temperature. Is lower, hence
there Is less evaporation and there
fore less rainfall Is needed."
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
I IV, VV. urovu 5 suuumic la uu
PAIUS MEDIUMS CO., St. Lout., U S. A.
IN Till: CIHCHT I'lH'UT, I'lllHT
Circuit, Terrltor of Hawaii -In Pro
bate. At Chambers, No. 42CI III tho
nutter of the Itate of John Lmme
luth, deceased. On reading nnil llllnu
tho Petition nnil accounts of John II.
Wilson, AdmliiMriitor of the Itatu
of John Kmmeluth, det eased, wherein
,,,, uk1h , 1)0 Mtmvt jifi.sj.-.oj.
., ,r,l i,i. t.,n.S"7.2n. n li.l aMvl
that the same be examined mid approv
ed, mid that it llmil order bo made of
Distribution of the remaliilni; properly
to the persons thereto entitled nnd dli
charKlnir iirtltlnner mid sureties from
nil further responsibility herein: It Is
" '"""" ' - ' . . , ,
0rilcrrll t,at Momin,., the 12th day of
YI,runryi A. . I9ISi , 10 ,MikU .
m Mmr (h, JllR() lir()B Ilt n,nm.
. )f ,,, n)lirt , ,,,, t.urtr(,oin In
..... ,...,, , ., ,.. ,, ii
the Judiciary HillMltm, In Honolulu
County of Honolulu, be and the samo
. . . ........ ,. .i i ..,..
- " " "' ' V." , "V ' '-'"
then and there appear and show cause,
If any they hae. why the same should
not be grunted, mid may present el
deuce lis to who are entitled to the
said property. D.iled the fith day of
ffinn.irv I'll' !lv tho I'li'irt- (Keilll
, . uii,v-t,w iii. ..t n... i-ir.
..,. 1 ni.ili.ii w... ...v... ... ...- '
cult Court of tho Klrst circuit. W. S.
IMIngs, attorney for nditilnMr.itor.
5127 Jan 0, 13, 20, 27.
1.4. llll.llli.Llt ,V,I, VI' ....
t n.... .,(,,..,, in, .,,,, 'I .It. .lt
I Irst Clreiill. Terrilor) of Hawaii ,l
In rrobati. In tin matter
of the UMiiti of Marg.iiel Klslur Or-
, f f , , 1,1,tll, rr n0
ministration (In reading and tiling tho
petition of Mut Ann lib hards of Ho
nolulu, alleging that .Margaret Kl'her
of Honolulu died Intestate at Honolulu
on the Srd da) of December, A. 1). 1911,
Idling property within the Jurisdiction
of this Court necessary tn be ad'nlnls-
tered upon, mid praying that letters ot
ailiiilui.tratloii Issuo to .Mary Ann
Kkhards, It Is Ordered, that Monday,
the 29th day of January, A 1) 1912, at
: o'clock n. in, be and hereby Is up
pointed for bearing said petition In the
courtroom of this Court In tho Judl
duty building In tho City ami County
of Honolulu, at which time mid place
nil persons concerned may appear nnd
show euiise. If mi' they have, why said
petition should not be granted, llytho
Court JOHN .MAIMWI.MNo. Clerk,
Klrst Circuit (Mart. Dated. Honolulu,
December 2.1, 1911 Wndn Warren
ThuM-r, attorney for petitioner.
5110 Dee 23, 20; Jan . 13.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. Box 040
Conducti all claisei of Audit and
Investigations, and fumiihei Report!
on all kinds ol financial work
Sulfations triven for limplifyini;
or syttematlzinic office woik. All
Bread Baked Daily
You cfi hvt yur order ohvngad
daily and b upplted with any of
thsia vorUtUt from
1134 NUUANU 8T.
Ins the best Homc-iYlnric
Bread, German Pretzels anil
Coffee Cake. He sure ant!
ring up 2124.
1129 FOHT STREST
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
Beet In th
R V M A Y
-'Tor Hnlo" cards at HulleUn...
IN TUB UNITKI) HTATII.S DIS
TltlCT COIIIIT KOIl Till; TKIl
UlTOItV OK HAWAII
Tlli: UNITKI) STATKS Ol' AMRIt-
ic., l'laiutiiT, s. 1'K1'i:i;ki:o
SUUAU COMPANY, ct nl , l)e
fcndaiils. Action brought In
said District Court, and the
I'ctltlon lllcd In thu ulltcu of
thu Clerk of Bald District Court,
TIIK I'lti:aiDi:NT OP TUB UNITKI)
I'KI'KKKIIO 8U0AII COMI'ANV, a
corporation existing under and
by lrtuo ut the laws of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii; LKK IIONO;
JOHN l.i:K IIO.Ntl, JAMBS l.KK
IIONO, MAUY l.KK IIONO and
HAUAII l.KK IIONO, unknown
heirs at law of l.KK IIONO. de
ceased; ANNIB AKONO; WII-
1,1AM AKONU, IIBNUY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO nnd JANB
AKONtl, unknown heirs at law
of MAUY AKONO, deceased;
JUMA H. AKONO, KM.MIM.INK
M. MAtlOON; .MAIlli; K. IIU.M-I
1'llltBYS; JUMA JOHNSTON!;;
CAUOI.INK II. ltlllOS; MAUY
CATIIKUINB AKONO; AMCK
LILIAN HUTCHINSON: HKI.KN
O. HKNSIIALL; MAUT1IA M
DOUOIIKllTY; IIBNUIBTTA I'
11UIINS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
KU; IIKATUICB MKIINK
IIUKWSTKU; ANTHONY C
AKONO; AIJtKUT K. AKONO;
AI1UAM II. AKONO; AH SIIKU
AKONO; CIIAIU.B3 AKONO,
THOMAS AKONO, CLAHA
AKONtl and UOSB AKONO, un
known heirs at law of All LINO
AKONO, deceased; and JAMBS
11IIOWN, JOHN ItLACK. IIBN
UY WHITB, OBOUOB SMITH
MAUY JONKS. MAItOAIIKI
MILLS, 11 13 LBN III 1-0 and
MAUTIIA KONA, unkniiwii own
ers and claimants.
You arc hereby direcled to appeal
and answer the I'etltion In nn uctlon
entitled as alien o, brought against eiu
In tho United Slutes District Court
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from ami after sort let
upon 5 em of a ccrlllled copy of I'lalu
tiff's Petition herein, together with u
ccrlllled copy of this Summons.
And ou nro licichy not I lied thai
unless you appear mid answer as
abend reipiliod, tho said IMaliitlfT will
lake Judgment of condemnation of the
lands described In tho 1'etltlon heroin
and for any other relief demanded In
WITNBSS TUB 110NOUAI1LK SAN
KOIID II. DOLB and TUB IIONOU
AI1LB 1'IIA It L K S V. CLKMONS,
Judges of said Diatiict Court, this
mill day ot October, in the year of
our I -ore! olio thousand nlno hundred
nnd eleven nnd of tho Independence
of tho United States tho one hundred
and thirty-sixth. ,
(Sigurd) A. B. MUIU'HY.
"No. 7!). UNITKI) STATKS 1)13
TUICT COUUT, for tho TorrI
tory of Hawaii. TUB UN1TKD
STATKS OK AMKUIOA vs. PE
im:kkko suoau company ct
nl. SUMMONS. KOI1KUT V
IlllBCKONS, United States At
TUB UN1TKD STATKS OP
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. K. MUUIMIKY, Clork of the
United States District Court fur the
Territory and District uf Hawaii, do
hereby ceitlly tho foregoing In bo a
full, truu anil correct copy ot the
original Summons In (he on mi of TIIK
UNITKI) ST.VJBS OK AMKUICA s
I'KI'KKKKO SUOAU COMPANY el
nl., as tho samo remains of record
and on file In tho nlllcn ot tho Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNBSS WHKUKOK I have
horounlu set my hand and alllxed the
seal of said Dlutilct Court this ICth
day of Nmoiubcr, A. D. 1811.
A B. MIICPIIY
Clerk of United Slates llls
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory ol
lly K. L DAVIS,
Mfcfi- .im lid
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho annual meeting of tin mem
bers of Kwong Ycc Soelety, held at Its
hall on Oci ember 1.1, 1911. the follow
ing ollletrs wiro lul', cliilci! to servo
for the ensuing year:
I'lesldut, Yllill Mlllli vice-president,
I'hlng I.1111, seiretaiy, W. A11 Wen; as
sistant seiretary. I.eoug Kwong; trcas-
urir, Cblmr Cheoiig; assistant treas
urer. I Kong I, In; aiMlltor, l.enne
Till, assistant mulitor. An Joy King.
W All WT.N,
Secmtaiy, Kwong Veo Society
O. F. 8. 8IERRA.
Notice Is hereby gicn Hint Hie S
H Sierra will sail from this port 1'uli
ruary 6, IPI3, Instead of February 7.
and 011 return trip will sail from San
rranclsco February Hi, bringing her
hero the morning of tho !I2iid of Pnb
ruary In season to see tho annual
C imr.WUU & CO. (Limited),
Agents. Oceanic Steuinshlp Co
II rusts hut n fen dollars In dec
urate 11 car tor Uu I'liiral Parade.
tiil It helpi make lliumliilu tinted
tlic norld out.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THC CITY
ANO COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Tin: TintuiToitY tn- Hawaii, by
Marston Campbell, Sup rliitendcnt
or Public Works'. Plaintiff nnd Peti
tion! r. vs 1HAI1IM.I.A 11. WOODHS
PAI.Mnit I'AUKCIl WOODS anil
Mill. I. IK WnoDH. his wife; .MAUY
ai.h-i: iii.rirrr nmi v. w. r.
lll.ri.TT. her liiisbiinil; JAMIIS
I'llAMv WOODS anil i:VA WOODS,
bis wife. SAM IT IM, P A It K 11 It
WOODS ami ItoSl", WOODS, bla
wife. MAIIUI, UOHIIIJTSON IIP.CK
I.C.Y and lli:Nlt IIIICKIlKY. her
husband; MAID WOODS; I.tJOV
woods, it w siii.siii.i:. i:uni:st
WODIlllODSi: and AI.I.KN W. T.
HOTTOMl.llY. Trusties umler tlio
Will of Jiiine Wight, deceased;
KOIIAI.A ItANCII COMPANY. 1.1M
1T1:D. nn Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal olllcc at Pililliue,
District of Knhal.i. Island 11 lid Ter
rltor of Hawaii; JOHN DOli .MAUY
Doi: and ItlCIIAUD DOi:. unknown
owners and claimants, Defendants
nn: TKiturroitY or iiawaid
to Tin: limit minini'i of tho
Territory of Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOll ARi: COMMANDED to sum
mon IK.lli:i.l.A II. WOODS; PAI,
MKU PAHKHIt WOODS and MOI.l.li:
WOODS, hit wife; MAUY AI.IC11
III.IUTT and P. W. P. III.ITCT'P, her
husband; JA.MIIS 1-MtANK WOODS
mil i:VA WOODS, his wife; HA.MUCD
PAUKUIl WOODS and IIOSIJ WOODS,
his wlfo; MAllIlt, UO It 11 UTS ON
IIKCKI.UY, and IIUNUY IIKCKI.KY.
her husband; MAUD WOODS; I.UCY
WOODS; It W SIIINOI.i:. UltNUST
WoDKIlOIISi: nnd Al.l.HN W. T.
HOTTOMl.llY. Trustees under the Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOIIAI.A
RANCH COMPANY. I.IMITP.D. nn
Hawaiian Corporation having its prln
Ipal ulllce at Piliihu,, District of Ko
lain, Ishuiil nnd Territory of Hawaii;
IOHN DOH. MAUY DOH 11ml UIC1I
MtD Don, unknown owners and claim
ants, ill feiidaiits. In rase they shall fllo
written answer within twenty days after
iirvlcn hereof to bo mid appear lieforo
thu said Circuit Court at tho term
thereof pending Immediately alter tlio
expiration of twenty days after ser
vile hereof; provided, however. If no
term be pending at such time, then to
bo mid appear bi foro the s.ild Cir
cuit Court at the next succeeding term
then of, to wit, tho January 1912 Term
thereof, to be hidden at the City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, thu
eighth day of January next, nt 10
oVIock a in., to siiow cause why Judg
ment of condemn. itlon of the lands de
scribed In tbi' petition herein nnd for
such other relief demanded III the pe
tition should not bo awarded to tho
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant tu thu
tenor of Its annexed petition.
Anil have )ou then there this Writ
with full' return of jour proceedings
WITNKHS tho Ilonorablo Presiding
Juelge of the Circuit Court of the first
circuit, ut llunoliilu aforesaid, this 1 1 tit
day of I'Miruary, PJll.
tSgd.) J. A. THOMPSON.
I :fi. Ite. .1. Pg. S39. Clreiill
Court, 1'liH 1'lrcull, Territory of Ha-'
wall. Tho Territory of Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent (f
Public Works, Plalntlrf and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II. Woods et nl.. Defend
nits and Itespondents Petition. Piled
and Issued b'ebruary 11, 1911, at 1:56
a 111 J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed at 1 SO oMock p. tu, April 13, 1911.
Itobirl Parkir, Jr.. Asst Clerk. Orig
inal. Terltory of Hawaii. )
City anil County of ) ss,
I. Henry Smith. Clerk of the Circuit
court of the Klrst Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify the
run going In bo 11 full, trim and correct
opy of the original summons In the
ease of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
.Ion Campbell, .Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods et
il , as Ihn same remains of record and
011 III.) In the olllcc of thu Clerk of said
IN WITNKHS WIIHItCOl'. I bavo
liireunlu set my hand and alllxed tho
enl of said Court this Slut day of
(Seal) HIINUY SMITH.
Clerk, ('limit roiiil of the Klrst Ju-
dlclal Circuit. Territory or Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
(leiieral, and Arthur O Smith, Deputy
Attorney (icuernl. for the Petitioner.
8. C. VHITE LEGHORNS
Eggs for hatching. Day-old Chicks
from our four pcn$, wit'i trap netted
record of over 2C0 egrjt a y.ar. Tvvo
even - months old Cockerels, 22fegg
A few very choice Cockerete from
MakiU Heights Poultry Ranch
Order booked now Vlilton welcome
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