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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., WEDNE8DAY, JAN. 17, 1912.
Aft milAXi"K 1 AMK.MI llltKIWM'i: Ml. '-MS (IK 'I hi: mv AMI
(OUM'Y OF llotfOM'M', KM' 1 1 lllll . OlllimXi: IIKI.UIMI
TO TIIK KltmiO.V rON'.STIUTTlOV I.mt'IH Itlll'Allt AMI
lV..MOVAr. of ni'iMii.xis ami oiin:i( m urn I'll i:s i thi:
ciiv AM) I'or.vrv of iiii.MH.n.iv
m: it ordained iiy Tin: people of thi: city and county
Section 1. Section 1 or Orillnniice No. 2C of tho City mid County of Ho
nolulu Is hereby umctuleil so us to n'.ul ns follows:
"PERMITS TO I11TIL1) Oil EXCAVATE l'OR llUILniNa PURPOSES.
"Section 1. (n) No person or persons or corporation Bhall elect, lopalr,
iliangc, niter, rcmoc or rernof unv building or structure, or oxemnto nny
cellar or lot for building purposes within the City anil County of Honolulu,
unless he or they shnll first obtain n permit for tho vork from the llulldlng
Inspector of tho City unil County of Honolulu. Tho application Tor such
permit shall bo made on a proscribed form, ami shall stato tho site to bo
occupied by the proposed ImlldlnK or structure or work to bo done, tho ma
terials to bo used In the construction of the same, the dimensions and esti
mated tost of tho same, tho probable time required for 118 erection, tho uso
for which the same is Intended and Is to be put when completed, and the
namcH of the owner, the architect, and tho builder ;prolded, Hint the pro
visions of this Section shall not nppl) to painting, papering tho restoration
of plastering, or to repair work not exceeding In cost the sum of One Hun
dred Dollars ($100 00) and not ulfectlng the construction of outsldo or party
walls, chltunejB or stalrwa)s or the helRht of building, nnd provided further,
that If any frame building or structure or commuted Iron building hereto
fore constructed within tho lire limits shall bo repaired, tho owner of such
building or strucluru shall, beforu tho commencement of such repairs, fllo
with the llulbllng Inspector u statement showing the estimated cost of bucIi
repairs, and tho cost of all repairs theietofore made upon such building or
"(b) Fees for permits unci Inspection by tho llulldlng Inspector shall be
"Work to cost more than JH'OOU und not more than $500.00, tho sum
"Work to cost morn than $500 V0 and not mora tlinn $lC0O00, tho sum
"Woik to cost more lliuu S 1.100 uu and not morn than $2300 00, the Bum
of $4 00.
"Work to tost more than $2.100 00 and not more than $3.100 00, the sura
"Work to cost more than $3.100 00 and not moie than $5000.00, the sum
"Work to cost moie than $.1000 00 and not more than $100,000 00, $B0
for the first fSoouOO, and 111 cents for each $100.00 or fraction thereof In
excess of the sum of $1000 00
"Work to cost more than $100,000 00, $10.1.00 for the first $100,000 00,
nnd 5 cents for each $10l).i,0 or fraction thcieof In excess of $100,000 00.
"Whcro separate structures are Included In ono application, u pormlt
shall bo Issued for each stiucture."
Section '.'. Section 11 of Ordinance No 20 of tho City and County of
Honolulu Is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
"POWER OF 11UILDINO INSPECTOR TO ORDER REPAIRS.
"Section 11. Whenever nnv building or any portion thereof, or nny
Rtructuro, chimney, smokestack, stove, oven, furnace or other appurtenance
tounectcd with any building or upon any premises or place. Is dangerous.
defective or unsafe, the llulldlng Inspector shall notify tho owner thereof,'
and shall order and cause tho same to bo torn clown, altered, icpalred or re
built, or bucIi work to be done thereon as may bo necessary to lender tho
samo safe, and such owner shall forthwith comply with bhlIi older. In the
event that audi owner does not comply with such order of tho llulldlng In
spector,' the llulldlng Inspector may proceed to tear clown any such danger
ous or unsafe structure at the expense of the owner thereof."
Section 2A. Section 18 of Ordinance 20 of the City and County of Hono
lulu 1 kuroby amended so us to lead as follows:
"CALCULATION OF STRESSES.
"Section 18. The allowable working stresses In materials, tho strength
of parts, and combinations ol matcilnls used, shall bo determined In accord.
anco with tho rules and In the manner prescribed by Btaudatd modern au
thorities on the strength ot materials, applied mechanics and tho best en
"Computations and strain sheets shall bo submitted to tho llulldlng In
spector when reepilred."
Section 3. Section 03 of Oidlnnnio No. 26 of tho City and County ot Ho
nolulu Is hereby amended so as to read all follows:
"INTERIOR PAUTrriONS-LllillT COUKTS.
"Section 93 Interior partitions In any building or Class Ono shall bo
constructed of tile, brick or concrete, or shall bo of bars or metal, lathed
with thelnl lath and both sides plastered, or shall bo of wlru glass not less
tliHii one-fourth Inch thick Bet In metal frames and sash Interior partitions
In bulldlngR of Class Two may bo constructed of wooden studs with lath
and plaster on each side."
Sertlon 3A. Section !8 of Ordlnanio No 2C of tho City and County of
Honolulu Is hereby amended u iib to read us follows:
"Section S. Every building of threo stories or morn In height shall bo
provided and equipped with a Bullklcnt number of galvanized metallic lira
escapes, combined with Biiltablo gulvanlzcd metallic balcoulcj, platforms and
lalllnga, strougly mndo and firmly Becmed to the outor walls, and erected
and arranged In such u wey und In Biich proximity to ono or moro vvludows
of each Btory, or to us many windows of each story uhovo tho Ural us may
be necessary to mako und render said llro cscupeB readily accessible, Bafo
and adequate for the escape of tho Inmates In caso of tire, and when placed
on the rear or Bides ot building not adjoining a street they shall oxtend
down to within eight (8) feet of the
"Flrn escapes In rmnt or building shall oxtend fiom tliu level of tho
coiling of tho first stnrv to and over the loot, und shall 1io cither vortical
gnlvunUod metallic ladder llro escapes,
or other sufficient llro escapes constructed of Ilrcpioot muteiiuls.
i "All flro escapes Bhall be kept In
all obstructions." ,
-) Soctlon 3Il. Section 101 of Ordinance No. 2G of tho City nnd County of
Honolulu Is hereby amended so as to lead as follows:
"USi: OF SIDEWALKS AND STREETS. ,
f "Section 101. It shall bo unlawful for uny poison, firm or toiporatlon
to commento tho election of any building ubuttlng upon sidewalk, or to con
Unuo tho oroctlon thcieof, unless thero shall oxlst ulong tho center lino of
aucb. sidewalk, for tho piotoctlou of pedestrians, u good und substantial
board fence at least eight feet high, enclosing tho Inner half of the width
of sued 'sidewalk.
(- "Jt Bhall be 'unlawful for any person, firm or corpointlon to mako nny
excavation In that part of any sidewalk lying between tho curb line and tho
center' line thereof unless there Bhall oxUt over auch excavation a good and
Hubfliaiitlal 'temporary walk, ao tonBtiutted and maintained us to uftoid at
all times Bafo, fieo and unobstructed passage for pedtstilana over and uloilg
all that purt of such sidewalk" uhovo inontloued. Such tempoiaiy walk shall
lie constructed and maintained on n level will) the suifiiro of the sttoel or
lit nn olovntloii of not more than four feet nboyo the name, having steps
n't'encli pndnnd a railing not loss than thieo feet high along tho sldo noxt
galvanised metallic stair flro escapes,
good order and repair, and fico from
"No person or pett-ons shall occupy or obstruct nny portion or nny street,
nllcy or sidewalk In uny other manner or to nny greater extent than Is al
lowed by this Ordinance, without first obtaining n penult tlicreTor. Such
permit may bo Issued by tho Hoard of Supervisors of tho City und County of
Honolulu on application therefor In writing, nnd shall bo accompanied by
tho bultdlhg permit for tho building proposed to bo erected. Such obstruc
tion shall bo permissible only during period of construction.
"It shall bo unlawful for uny person, firm or corporation to fall or
neglect to bavo at least one-half ot width of tho sidewalk and not less than
one-half tho width of mi alley miobstrucicd nnd frco fiom rubbish at nil
times, except that u passageway uciosa such space may ho used for carrl.igo
"It shall bo unlawful for nny person, llrm or corporation to sloro for
nun o than one day uny caith taken fiom uny oxc.ivatlon, or rubbish or ma
terial taken from any building, upon tho sidewalk or tho roadway of any
street or alley; such materials shall bo 'removed (lorn day to day iih pro
duced Any dry rubbish liable to produce dust shall bo kept wetted clown In
order to prevent dust.
"No door on tho ground floor of
or arranged as to swing or open upon
sidewalk or public place."
Section 4. Section 101 of Ordinance No. 2G of the City and County of
Honolulu Is hereby amended mi nil to lead as follows;
"CLASSES OF IIUILDINOS IN THE FlltE LIMITS
"Section 101. No building shall bo erected within the lire limits unless
said building shall conform In all respects to tho requirements or this Ordi
nance for ii building of either Class Ono or Clmls Two. Any building, nny
part of which shiill bo vvllhln tho flro
poses of this Oidlnanco ah wholly within such limits"
Section 5. Snctlon 107 of Ordlnnnco No. 20 of the Cltv and County of
Honolulu Is hereby umended bo as to tend as follows:
"Section 107. All theatcis licreaftor built vvllhln tho City and County
of Honolulu Bhall be of Class Ono or
County Treasurer Bhall nut Issue a
building until a certificate In writing has been Issued, signed by tho llulld
lng Inspector nnd tho Chief Engineer ot tho Flro Department, that tho re
quirements of this Ordlnnnco have been compiled with.
"Theaters shall bavo at least ono r rootage on the stiect; In such flout
thero Bhall be suitable means of entrance and exit. Theie shall also be on
each Bldo of tho exterior of tho building an open lourt or Bp.tco, each ot
which shall be not lens than eight feet wide und Bhall cvteiul hack the full
length of tho building fiom tho front street. These cotuts or spaces shall
bo kept clear during performances.
"Exits. Opening from tho auditorium Into those coi'nts or spices thero
shall be not less than two exits from each sldo of each lloor nnd gallciy:
theso openings shnll bo closed by doois easily opened fiom tho lusldo by
pressure during all performances. They shall bo of ample width and shall
swing outward In such n way us not
open. All such exits immt open from
"Tho exterior balconies upon which these exits open, and the stair ways
leading to tho ground must bo not less than" four feet wide and shall bo
constructed of Iron or stool of ample
eighty pounds per hquaro foot, with a
"Thero shnll be also ono exit on
"At each nnd ovcry exit In uny theater In tho City mid County or Hono
lulu Ihcru Bhall bo plnccd und maintained a lamp 1n which only mineral,
Bporm, nut or other nonlnllamablo oil, or electricity upon nn Independent
chcult, Bhull bo used, nnd said lamp
tho opening of tho doors of such theater for uny pcrformiflk-o therein and
shall bo kept lighted until tho audience shall have departed from tho prem
ises, and tlioio shall bo Inscilbed upon
in distinctly visible letters not less than six inches high.
"Stairways shall havo handrails on each sldo firmly secured to strong
supports or to tho walls. There shall bo no flight or moro than twenty
Bteps, thero shall bo no winders, and no step shnll be less than four feet
wide In tho clear. Such steps shall have a rise not greater than six Inches
and n tread not less than ten Inches.
"There shall bo u llro wall of brick or rein fenced concrete nbovo tho
proscenium urch, between tho Btago and tho nudllnrliim, which wall shall
oxtend at least three fcot abnvo tho roof. Tho prosconlum shall be tho only
ojionlug In said wall nbovo tho lovol ot tho stage, und nil openings through
this wall below tho stage lovol Bhall bo provided with self-closing flro doom,
coii8tiuctcd as per Sec. 97. The wall ahovo tho proscenium arch shall lie
supported by reinforced concicto girders or by Btuol girders covcied with
"The'lioscenluin opening shall bo piovlded with u curtain of asbestos
or flrcilroof material, sliding at each end In gioovcs securely fastened to tho
masonry wnll, und extending Into such grooves to u depth of not less than
four Inches. Tho fireproof curtain may, bowovor, bo furnished with steel
cuhlo guides not less than ono-qunrttT Inch In diameter; piovlded, that such
curtain laps over tho stagn opening at the sides and top for a distance of
not loss than eight Inches, und that attached to snld curtain at the top and
bottom, tn the full width thereof, ubull bo wrought lion or steel pipe of not
less than l',i Inches diameter. Tho llrepioof curtain shall bo kept lowered
between aitB, during intermissions nnd al tho cliuo ot each performance,
oxcept during rehearsals. Tho curtain shall bo hung nut iicaicr to the foot
lights than three feet.
"All Beats except thoso In tho boxes shall ho firmly fastened to tho floor,
and no scat In tho auditorium shall have moio than six hc.it u Intervening
between It und tho aisles. Scats shall nut bu less than thlity-ono Inches
from back to back, nor less than twenty Inches In width.
"Center aisles nnd paBsagoways shall bo at least forty-eight Inches wldo
at tho narrowest point, Bldo nlsles at least thirty-six Inches, und nil shall
Increase In width toward tho point ot oxlt at least unc-quarter Inch for each
foot of 'length. Tho grado ot aisles shall not bo grcator than ono und one
quarter Inches per foot.
"A ventilator Bhaft ot sulllclent capacity, Ilnod with flieproof material,
Bhall bo placed over tho center of tho Btago und ahull oxtend at least thioo
foot nbovo tho roof. Tho mof over tho stage shall bo piovlded with sky
lights In urea equal to one-fourth of tho stage nica, und said Bkyllghtb shall
bo made to opou automatically In caso ot flio.
"Theater floors shall bo of sulllclent stiength to support uu Imposed
live load of ono bundled pounds per square foot.
. "Evory theater ohall bo equipped with at least two lines of Btandard
three-Inch cast Iron or galvanized water
ninln, and provided with the standard coupling of the Flro Department, with
not less tlinn twenty-llvo feet of hose attached. Such vvntcr plpo nnd hoso
shall be ready for Immediate use at any tlino duilng tho performance in
"Elcctilc wires, footlights and ull uppaiatus for extinguishing flics or
guarding against tho samo shall bo In charge of und under tho control of
tho Flio Department, und tho Chlof ot said Department shall bo responsible
for tho execution und enforcement ot this icgulatlnn.
"arndlontB or Inclined planes ahull bo employed Instead of steps to
overcome slight difference of level In or between ulslcs, corridors and
' "Walls separating tho actors diesslng rooms from tho Btago and par
titions dividing tho dressing rooms, together with partitions of every pas
itogoway from tho bnmo to the stage, und nil partitions on or about tho
stage, shull be constructed of flropioof nutoilul. All shelving and clip
boards In each und ovcry diesslng mom, piopeity loom or stoingo loom
shall bo constructed of 'lliopioor tuilal. Diesslng looms muy bo placed In
tha'lly gulloilcs, piovlded that viopcr oxlta aio seemed theiefioni to flio
escapes In tho upon tourtB und that tho stalls leading to tho biuuo shall bo
flirproor. Dressing looms shall have an Independent exit, leading dlrertlv
Into nn open court or sheet, nnd shall be ventilated by windows In the ex
ternal wrill; 'n"nd no dressing room shnll he mom than ono story below street
level. All windows Bhall bo arranged to open, nndjionn of tho windows In
outsldo walls ahull havo fixed sashes, It on grills orTiars.
any building shall bo no constructed
or over uny public uticet, highway,
limits, shall bo deemed fur tho pur
Class Two construction. Tho City and
license for any perforiuamo In bucIi
to block tho balcony upon which they
strength to safely sustain n load of
factor of safety of four.
each sldo or tho Btago into tho courts
or lamps shall bo lighted previous to
said lninp or lamps tho word "exit"
pipe, leading cllroctly fiom the street
'A.wm trvaf Mrfl.Ml.toAi.T.,
"If any arrangement or construction
safe to life, full authority Is hereby
tho Chlof Engineer of tho Flro Department, or cither of them, to order und
enforce such changes ur additions nn
Section 0. This Oidlminco shall
Dalo ot Introduction: Introduced by
Tho 7th day of November, l'RANK K. KHUllElt,
1911. Supei visor.
At a regular adjourned meeting 'of tho Hoard or SiipervlsoiH or tho City
nnd Comity of Honolulu, held cm Tuesday, January !, 1012. the foregoing
lllll was p.ibscd on Flist Heading und oldered to mint on the following voto
of tho wild Hoard:
Ayes: Annum, Arnold, Dwlght, Ktuger, Low, MtClcllan, Muriny. Total 7.
D. KAI.AIJOKAI.ANI Jit.
Jan If. 1(1 17 I'Hy and Voimly Cleik.
IN THE UNITED STATES DI8
TltlCT COURT FOR THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. PEPEEKEO
SUGAR COMPANY, ct ill., De
fendants. Action brought In
snld District Court, und tho
Petition filed In the olllco of
the Clerk ot snld District Court,
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
PEPEEKL'O SUOAR COMPANY, n
corporation existing under nnd
by vlrtuo of tho laws of tho Ter
ritory of Huwull; LEE 1IONO;
JOHN LEE 1 1 ONO, JAMES LEE
1IONO, MARY LEE 1IONO and
SARAH LEE HONG, unknown
heirs nt law or LEE JIO.NO, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONO; WIL
LIAM AKONO, HENRY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO und JANE
AKONO, unknown holts nt law
of MARY AKONO. deceased:
JULIA II. AFONO, EMMELINE
M. MAOOON; MARIE K. HUM
PHREYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE D. ItlCOS; MARY
CATHERINE AFONO; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON: HELEN
O. HENSIIALL; MARTHA M.
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
HURNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
ER; BEATRICE MELAINE
HREWSTER; ANTHONY C.
AFONO; ALBERT F. AFONO;
AHHAAl II. AFONG; All SIIEU
AFONG; CHARLES AFONG,
THOMAS AFONG, CLARA
AFONG und ROSE AFONO, un
known heirs at law of AH LINO
AFONO, deceased; and JAMES
DROWN, JOHNslILACK. HEN
RY WHITE, OEORQE SMITH,
MARY JONES, MARGARET
MILLS, HELEN 1IJ,L0 and
MAIITUA KONA, unknown' own
ers und claimants.
You nro hereby directed to appear
und answer the Petition In an uctlon
entitled as above, in ought ugulnst )ou
In tho United States Dlstiict Court,
for thu Territory ot Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after sorvlco
upon sou of a certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
certified copy ot this Summons.
And you nto hereby notified that
unless )ou appear and answer us
ubovo tequlied, thu said Plulnllf! will
tako Judgment of condemnation ot tho
lands described lu tho Petition heroin
and for uny other relief demanded lu
WITNESS THE I10NORA11LE SAN
FORD 11. DOLE und THE HONOR
AIILE CHARLES V. CI.EMONS,
Judges of said Dlstiict Court, this
25th day ot October, In the year of
our I.uul ono thousand ulno hundred
und uluveii and of tho Independence
of tho United States thu ono hundred
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 79. UNITED STATE'S DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. 1'E
PEEKEO SUOAR COMPANY ct
al. SUMMONS. HOllERT W.
HRECKONS, United Slates At
THE UNITED STATES OF
Territory ot Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. E. MURPIIEY, Clerk ot the
United States District Court for tho
Tcrrltoiy und Dlstiict of Hawaii, VJm
hoioby cortlfy tho foregoing to bo a
full, truo and correct copy of tho
original Summons lu tho caso of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VB.
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY ot
ul , as tho same remains ot record
and on fllo in the olllco of the Clerk
of Bald District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havo
hereunto set my band nnd affixed tho
seal of said District Court this lGth
day ot November, A. D. 1911.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States DIs
(Seal) trlct Couif, Territory of
By V. L. DAVIS,
CObC 3in lid
Cltl.VIt AOii Se
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
1'l.ire roar hand nit the puhe nt
Honolulu's business world hi beliicl
n fonstiiiit render of the ' Want Ad
Section of the li u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
or appliance of uuy theater la un
invested In tho llulldlng Inspector und
may bo nccessaiy,"
tako effect ten days from und utter Its
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a meeting of the stockholder,, ol
Mm Honolulu Amusement Company,
Limited, held Jumi.it) 1.1, 1912, the fed
lowing pel sous weie elided otliccis and
dliectciis for the ciiMllug eur:
J. Aided Magoon
President and Director
Arthur Co) no
Vice-President und Dll color
loliu Henry Miuioon
Treasurer and Director
1' 11. No)c. ..Sieietary und Director
Charles Lucas Director
Allied Miiguun Jr Director
K. O KOYEd,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho minimi meeting of the mem
hers of Kwong Yee Society, held lit Its
ball on December 1C, 1911, tho follow
ing ollleers were duly elected to serve
for the ensuing year:
Picsldcnt, Yuen Mini; vice-president
Cblug I.uii; sccictury, W. Ati Wen; lis
sNIant secretary, I.eong Kuoug; treas
urer, Clilng Cheong; iiHslxtunt treas
urer, Leo Kong Lin; auditor, Leong
Tul; assistant auditor, Ait Jo) lllng.
W. AU WEN.
Secretary, Kwong Yeo Society.
O. F. S. SIERRA.
Notice Is hereby glveir Hint tho S
S Sierra will sail from this port Feb-
ruiiiy C. 1912, Instead of February 7,
nnd on return trip will sail from San
rranelseo IVbruary 1G, bringing her
hern tho morning of tho 22nd of Feb
ruary In season to sea the annual
C. nitEWER & CO. (Limited).
Agents, Oceanic Stcitmshlp Co.
-rr ; r ' n T-
. BUSINESS NOTICES."
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER.
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERM8 IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OK HAWAII, oy
.Mat stem Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Woilcs, Plaintiff und Peti
tioner, VS. 1SAIIELLA II. WOODS!
PALMER PARKER WOODS und
MOI.LIE WOODS. Ills wife; MARY
AI.IOU 1ILUHTT nnd P. W. P.
III.UETT, her husband; JAMES
PRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wife! SAMUEL PARKER
W'OODrf and ROSE WOODS. hU
wife; MAURI, ROMERTSON IIECK
I.EY und HENRY HECKLHY. her
hlHiuud; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SHINGLE. ERNEST
WODEIIOUHE und ALLEN W. T.
1IOTTOMI.EY, Trustees under Ilia
Will of James Wight, lit rntsf ii ;
KOI1AI.A RANCH COMPANY, LIM
ITED, uu Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its prliielp.il olllco nt Puuhiie,
Dlstiict of Kohnla, Island mid Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MARY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners and claimants Defendant:!
THE TERRITORY Ol' HAWAII:
TO THE 111(311 HIIERIIV of tho
Territory of Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOtt ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon 1SA11ELI.A If. WOODS: PAL
MER PARKER WOODS and MOLLlll
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
TtLUKTT and P. W. V. III.UETT, her
husband; JA31HS PRANK WOODS
und EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS,
his wife; MAIIEL HO II HUT HON
HECKLHY nnd HENRY HECKI.EY,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; R. W. SHINGLE, ERNEST
WoDEflOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
IIOTTOMI.EY, Trustees under Hie Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOIIALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, nil
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal olllec nt Puuliuc, District of Ko
hnla, Island nnd Territory ot Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE nnd RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners nnd claim
ants, defendants, In caso they bhall lllu
written answer vv llhln tw enty days nfter
service hereof to bo and uppenr before
the said Circuit Court al tho term
thereof pending Immediately after tho
expiration of twenty days after ser-
vlco hereof; provided, however, If no
ttrm he pending nt such time, then to
be and appear beforo tho said Cir
cuit Court ot the next suceeedliii; term
thereof, to wit, tho January 1912 Term
thereof, to bo boldcii at tho City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
elgbtli day of January next, at 10
o'clock a. in., lo show cnuno why Jifdg
meiit of condemnation of the lauds de
scribed lu tho petition herein nod for
such other relief demanded -In the pe
tition should not bo awarded to tho
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tho
tenor of Its iiiiuexed petition.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judge of tb Circuit Court of tho l'lrsl
Circuit, at Honolulu uforcMild, this 11th
day uf IVbruary, 1911.
(Sd) J. A. THOMPSON,
U 727C. Rejf. 3. Pg. 239. I'll cult
Couit, Plrrt e'lrcult. Territory of Ha
waii. Tho Territory of Hawaii by
MiirMmi Campbell, Superintendent of
P.ibllu WnrU, Plaintiff and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II. Woods et al , Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition Piled
anil Issued I'ehruury 11. 1911, ul 10:5G
a lu J. A. Tl ip,on, Clerk. Return
ed ut 1:30 o'clock p. m, April 13, 1911.
Robert Purkcr, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Chile of the Circuit
Court of tho rirst Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory or Hawaii, do hereby certify Iho
foregjdng to bo u full, liun and correct
copy of tbo original summons In tho
caso of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
llu Works, vs. Isabella H. Woods it
nl . as tbo same remains of record nnd
oil lllo lu thu olllco of thu Clerk of snld
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I bavo
In-ri'iiiilo set my hand nnd alllxed tho
seal of said Court this 2Ut day of
Sl'"l) HENRY SMITH,
I'leiK. Circuit Court of tbo Klrst Ju
dicial Clieult, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr, Attorney
Oenernl, and Ailliur 0 Smith, Deputy
Attorney Oenernl, for tho Petitioner.
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
512 Stangenwald Building Honolulu
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, t. H.
P. O. Box C06
W k I y U u 1 1 e 1 1 n CI per year,
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