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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1912.
H. Goodincj Field Tells Mem
bers of Chamber How
Figures Prove It.
That Honolulu as n city la spend
liiK fir loo iiuhIi niniicy In curiont
expenses nml f.ir too lit I lo In pcrmn
unit Improvements, and tli.it raurli of
the present waste can be remedied l
scientific organization nml mntiarc
mi'iit of Its business affair was the
iH'Llaratlon made jmlirilay li II
deluding Field In tlio eourse of nn ad
dress before tlio rlinmlH r of i oni
Mr. Field wan formcrlv ihlpf ne '
(onntant and cost expert for the Isth
mlan canal rommls-dnn ami hi ad
dress dwelt largely with tin- business
lenient entering Into jmtl!- niliuln
titration. He Is a man with the happy
family of making llguns Interesting,
and tho comparison he drew between
various eltles of tlm I'nltpil States, In
pludlng Honolulu, the conclusions
taken from what are ordinarily .Iml
masses of uninteresting data, made tils
extended address an nliwirliliiR one nil
the wav through.
Leaning, apparently, strongly to
ward a commission form of govern
meiil as solving iiimh of the problem
nf ei'onomleal adnilnlftratloii, .Mr
rii'M pointed out In detail the pin
gross made by various ninlnl.ind cIMc
under this jdan. He ran nwr brlellv
the astoundliiK figures of lost of run
ning titles generally, and s like ol
marked pavings elTeited by a little care
In handling the llnames sclentluVall.
In part he said:
"The Increasing demands now bc
Ing made on the territorial e heiiuer
for tin' (onstruillnn nml miilutennncc
of public works are assuming fori
oni proportions. When It Is consid
ered that seventy per cent of the
bonded debt limit of this Territory
has already been mulled, leaving nil
available ma re In of but fifty per cent
of the amount ailiially required to
meet urgent demands In the near fu
tine, mere spot illation HUM give
place to sound reasoning. If this sit
uation Is attributable to the present
discriminating methods of taxation to
meet current outlays then n readjust'
incut of the taxation whcdule heroines:
Imperative, but If, on the other hand
the cause can bo traced to ndmlulstra
live waste and there Is nn .gainsay
Ing tlio fact that for every dollar for
which the people have thus far ob
ligated theniK'lvps cm Isiiided Indebt
edness, eighty cents have been ab
sorbed In fixed charges and expenses,
while but twenty cents have been
actually expended In permanent Im
provemcuts mid for which the dollar
was originally Intended then radical
changes In tlio mode of procedure
should be promptly made.
"When It Is furthermore considered
that sixty per cent of the total lev
eiiups of the City of Honolulu hns In
the past gone for mrrent oM-nfoj
the hypothesis of vntc would bo the
Figures Down to Date.
"Ill analyzing the appropriations
for current expenses, permanent Im
provements nnd rond work for the city
and county of Honolulu for the year
1918, bared on the six months' np
proprlatlcni bill to June 30, 1912, the
following deductions ran be made:
"Of the total estimated revenue for
1812, placed at SH,190. the sum of
;C3S,1C2 Is set aside for salaries and
expenses, or "S II per cent of the
totnl revenue. Of this sum, over 52
per cent will be paid nut In snlarb1
alone. In other words, out of every
dollar collected for the upkeep nnd
betterment of the City nf Honolulu for
the current year, over scventy-elglit
cents will first be expended for fixed
charges nnd operating expenses before
one rent can be applied to the nctinl
linpiovement of physical conditions of
"That the cost of genernl govern'
ment for the City of Honolulu Is ex
cesslve, nnd out nf nil proportion to
papulation there ran bo no doubt
H ICe--. jeel '
B .l . nW.W 'STOP
H ,BLLaLaaH 1). r"cnt6l ll 'iKeW
I"-"- I TS Tfl iH ?ei'eeellllllfcee A LtT IN
1 I KfeH PATENT ! M 111 I 'aeHHIIII'
mjiLCTi flour mHMIr
whether the ornunixntlon. ns It stnnils
nt piesetit. Is burdened With Item of
i Mien se which should rightly be
chnmed to other nci omits, Is n ques-
Mon vvtili li enn onl.v lie .nisnutd b .11
thorough Investigation of Its work I
Ins; . One point, however, Is clear
that unless sitih charges have Is'cn
made. It will be iieiessnry to Injei t
piaitlral methods into tlio adnilnlstru I
Hon as the only feasible solution ot,
"By the Introduction of rtentlfti
management nnd cost control In the
affairs of our territorial nnd munlcl
).i I governments, results would be oil-
tallied whb h would sllenie all further
criticism, and from my experience In
similar matters, I have no hesitation
in statin t tint the Unnnclnl situation
would then bo plnred on n sound ba
sis. The necessity for such an ndmln-
Istrntlve plan would appear lo be im
perative. In view of the complexity of
the situation resulting fiom the- pre
suit legal requirements to segregate
appropriations Into three separate and
dlstlnit fundi', nnmelv, the general
fund, permanent Improvements fund,
and a fund for si hool purnoses, In
nddltlon lo the reservation of money
for a sinking fund to liquidate the ter.
rllorlal bond Indebtedness.
In i losing his nddri'ss Mr. Field In
tlmated strongly that If Hawaii's gov
eminent Is wasteful the United States
must step In and lake charge.
At the cnueluslon of Ills address
Mr. .1. I' Cooke1 rose nnd niovi'd n
vote of thanks to Mr. Field for his
very able uddress nnd the members
voted with a will by rising unanimous,
ly. Mr. Field thanked them In a few
nell-i liicii wnrdH. stating that he has
i nine lo make his home In the Isl
ands and If he Is able to do nnythlir;
toward foiti'rln more sclenllllc man
agement of piiblb affairs here, he will
be nt the rcrvlce of the public.
CROSS SEA SOCIAL
TIES ARE STRENGTHENED
The S.m Francisco Examiner gives
the following nccouut of the mnrrl.tge
of Justice Antonio Perry nf llonnlitM
mid Miss Eugenia Yauderhiirgh It
San Francisco recently:
Honolulu nml San Pr.uiclsio soibl
(lee vere further strengthened by the
marriage of Miss Euconln Vauilerburgli
and Judge Antonio Perry, the iciev
mony taking place nt the home of the
bride's parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. V. W.
Vanileilmrgh, with Hip Itev. Charles
Itamin of St. Mary's C.ithPdiul sol
cmiilclng tho rites. Only tho relatives
and a very few Intimate friends vvero
Miss fleorgln Smith, a school chum
of the bride, camo up to net ns her
bridesmaid, and Harry White stood up
with Judge Perry. Tho bridal couple
stood before a lloral alter, nnd nil
about tho Vanderburgh resldomo weie
pink roses. The bride's gown was tho
conventional white satin, mndo with
a bodbo of Inee nnd embroidered 111
teed pearls The veil was hold em
wllh a enp of pearls, and a shower
bouquet of valley lilies completed the
dainty altlie. Miss Smith wore n
gown of pink chiffon nnd satin and
carried pink rosebuds.
Judge and Mis. Peny left for Coro
nado and other points In the south
They will go to Honolulu In February.
The bride Is well known here, nnd
alco In Oregon, where the Vandrr
burghs mndo their home before e inn
ing to this city. Judge Peiry Is one
of the Judges of tho Supremo Court
of Hawaii. The marriage wns the re
sult of a friendship of ninny monlln
simp the visit of Mrs. Perry to tli"
Islands last year.
A Skin uf Beauty Is a Joy Forever
pvR. T. FELIX GOWvAUD'S'ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFILR
itiib, and M.ln liifcaM-r,
ftii'l every b'rmlii
o tenuty, iL1ti
Hta id Ih tlnti. It
7 luaktuod lli t
cj year, aui
U tc )aniilt v
taiti lltoUiur u
U i ropfrly tuauc
ramt. Uf, U A
K-irr 14 to
Udf of IL Lint
tun (a tMlectll
'Aa you Uillti
will U"i tiflDj
IJoUMIIIiI'm f'rontu nl lli It liartr.fiil .f ull It,
tkto j.re I rtliti ttr ial tiy all Aruwttt an.l I iney
Uuod lit klvra In tbe UoHid ttttti, Cutcl and Europe,
W.UHOPIIKS. Prso, 37 Grot Jonu S!r;et. KiwTmI.
jj 2 w Ji 1 Jy
FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERIES
I'l... Federal Oraml Jury yesterday
brought In four Indictments, ouo ofi"rn e'r'wn concrete hcnooi iiuii.i-
whlch wns placed on tlio secret llle.
Lee Wuh Chung, tlio Chlunmaii who
was Importing dope from San Fran
cisco wns Indicted. Vim Yin assault
ed u customs olllcer on tlio docks unci
Hung Till Chung Is the man uguliist
whom perjury Is alleged.
Tlio work of tho (Irnnd Jury Is
nearly through now nnd ns it will
only cciiuo together nn cull, four new
members fiom O.ihu weie ilriiwu.
They nre (leorgo Lucas, M. A. Run
salves, Chang Ilooii mid .1. 1,. Pvor
mini. They reported for duty nt 10
o'clock this morning.
The' uillllniH of Cnsrurr! users ne-ier
liiivr lli-iiilnclii', (iiii-lli:ill(iu, 111 I
Ioiiiiipss or Silk Stoiuacli.
It Is more necessary that )ou keep
your Ilowcls, Liver and Stomach
clean, pure nml flesh than It Is In
keep tho sewors nml drnluago of n
large city free1 fiom obstruction.
Are1 jint keeping clean Insblo wllh
Cnscarcts or merely foiclng n pas
sageway every few das with salts,
enthatllc pills or raslor (ill? This Is
Cnsraiels Immediately cleanse nnd
legulate the slomach, remove tho
sour, undigested nml fermenting food
and foul gapes; tal;o the excess, bile
from the llvi'r and carry nut of the
system the deri)niirpd waste multer
ami poison In tho Intestines nnd
No odds how badly and upset you
reel, a Cuscarct tonight will Ktralghl
en you out by innrullig. They work
while you hlce-p. A 10-ceut box fnim
vour druggist will keep your eutlro
futility feeling good fur months. Don't
forget the children their little lu-
sldes need :i good, geullo cleansing.
At tho public band concert this
evening nt tho Kiika.ikn Mission, the
program will be:
March Ilnkl Ilcruet
Overture1 Jolly Students Suppe
Waltz I-iuni Mlllocker
Selection lloso of Shims . .Kllenberg
Veicul Hawaiian songs. ar. by Merger
Selectoln Pinafore Sullivan
Waltz Noptiino Llucko
March Muni llerger
Tlie Star Spaugle-d Ilnnuer.
ja5"""Feir ttale" curds m Ilnlletln...
AT YOUR GRoccns
N. D. Lnnsinn, Distributor
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
May's Old Kona Coffee
Beit in the Market
HENRY MAY CO.
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California State Fair
held ut Bncrumento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
.Sealed proposals' Will bo received by
the Loan Fund Commission of the City
nnd County of Honolulu, up to 12
edn. k l r,cui of Kntiinlny, February 3,
A l M!, nt the olllce of T. It. l'ctrle,
Secretary, corner Fort nnd Merchant
to. ... .. ...... .1.- ... ....... ...,!....
I"'"'""1. "". '"r e.,e c .... . uv -,.
'K " -'" "ire", oetwecu e- ......
I oriil Streets, Honolulu.
Proposals sllnll be on forms furnlsh-
ed by the l.o.in Fund Commission,
placed 111 n sealed envelope uddresstd
to T. II. Petrle, Secretory, nnd plainly
ninrked oil thu outside, "Proposal for
'ohiiknlini School llullillng."
All proposals shall be accompanied
by u ret Wlrel i-lii'ck as priivliU-el for In
the spoollli'ntlons, fur a sum equal to
tlvo (Ti) per lent, of the amount of
Thu Commission reserves' the right
to reject nny unil nil bids and to wnlvu
Plans, specifications nnd forms may
be Inn I upon nppllcntlon to II. I,. Kerr,
Architect of tlio Commission, rooins
11J-3I4 McCiilidless llullillng. Honolulu.
A deposit or Ten Dollars (110.00) will
bo re-qiili'i'il on each set of plans nnd
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu.
Seuled proopsals will be received by
the Loan l-'und e'oinmlsilon of tho City
ml County of Honolulu, up to 12
o'clock noon nf Saturday, IVbrtinry !t.
,. I). 1912, nt the oltlco of T. II. Po-
trle, corner Kurt nml Mcrcbnnt Streets,
llonoliilu, for the construction ot n con
crete mid frame Si hunt Ilulldlng lit
Koko Head nnd Wnlnhiu Avenues, Kill-
Prnios,ii shall be on forms furnish
ed by the l.ii.ui I 'li nil I'oiumlislon, nnd
placed In ii healed ciivelnpo nddresseil to
T. II. Petrle, Secretory, tdulnly mark
ed on the outside, "Pi opoi.il for LIU-
iiokiilnnl School liulldliig."
All proposiils shall be accompanied
by u certllled check ns provided for III
the speeillcutions, tor n sum eiUal to
live (r,7,) per cent, of tho ninnunt ot
The Commission reserves the right
to rejectuuy mid nil bids nnd to vvulvo
I'lnns, Hpeclllcntlnni nnd proposal
forms may be bad upon application to
J. II. Crnlg, Architect of the Commls--lon,
Union Sire it, Honolulu.
A deposit of Ten ($10.00) Doltnrs will
be ieiUlrc'd on e.-ich set of plans und
Chulrninn, Loan Ku ml Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS.
I'ho undersigned having been duly
nppoluteil Administrator 'with tho Will
Annexed of the l'Mnto ot John Nolt
late of Honolulu, City und County of
Honolulu, Territory of Ilnvvull, de
Notice i hereby given to all persons
to piesent their claims ngnlnst the Hs-
tate of said John Nott, deceased, duly
iiutlieiitlcnted, whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise1, to tho under
Mgncil nt his olllce In tho Hnrrlsnn
Hindi, coiner of Port nnd Ilerelmiln
streets, In snld Honolulu, within six
mouths fiom the ilato hereof, or they
will bo forever bnrred. And all per
sons Indebted to sold Kstnto urn hereby
requested to mako Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., December
Ailmlnlstinlor wllh the Will Annexed
of tho INtato ot John Nolt, do
Sim -Dec. 28; Jan. 4, 11, 18, 2G.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
He ginning I'cbrunry 1 next, u switch
ing charge of 10 cents for each und
every eon.pleti'd call will be mndo for
loiig-dlatunco messages between tho
ooinpnnv'H city system and the tele
phones connected with tho country
lines lievond tho P.ill.
llonoliilu, January 17, 1U1S!.
MI'TCAI, TKLIIPIIONi: CO.. LTD.
I Uy K (I. HU.MMKL.
A. II. DONDERO,
B3 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
OLIVER O. L A N 8 I N Q
80 Merchant Street
SHE-BULLETIN ADS PAY-9M
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Senled prnpoinls will be received by
the Leian I'miil Commission ot the Clly
nml County of Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, I-'ebrunry 3,
Ills, nt tho oitlcc of T. II. Petrle, cor
ner Port nnd .Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for the hauling of npproxlmutcly
11,000 cubic ynrds of rock; said rock
to be either ot n size broken ready for
crushing', or the crushed rock, nt the
option of the Commission, from n
eptarry slto situate In Wulknkalaua
gulch npproxlmately K,00 feet nbovo the
crushing plant of the Hawaiian Dredg.
Ing Company, Ltd., to the government
road erinsliigs of the Wulplo nnd Ind
icium branches ot the O. It. & I Co.
tracks, nml the furnishing nnd laying
of the necessary switches and sidings;
lock to be londed nml unloaded by
Delivery shall be made In such ipinn
titles us the engineer shall diclde will
best fncllltiile the work. Tho output of
the crusher being npproxlmately HI
cubic ynrds per hour.
Payment for hauling rock will bo
made nt tho end nf each calendar month
for the ninnunt of rock 1 in tiled during
Kncli bidder shall stalo In his pro
peisnl tho aiiioiint per cubic yard for
vvlih It he will furuMi tho necessary
equipment mid haul the rock from the
llinrry site to tho points spccMcd. .
Proposals shall bo oh forms furnish
ed by the Commission.
Propoiils sbnll be 111 n senled enve
lope, nddi essed to T. II. Petrle, Secre
tory of the I.ouu I'll nil Commission,
City nml County nf Honolulu, nnd
plainly marked on the outside, "Pro
posal for the buttling of rock from Wu
lknkalaua lllilch lo (loverninent road
crossings of the Wulplo nnd Lellebun
brnncln-s I'm Hie (). It. & I.. Co.'h truck."
All proposals shnll bo nccomp.inleil
by a certllled check for u sum venial lo
live per cent of tho umoiint of tlio pro-
Tho successful bidder, should n con-
trnct bo awarded, will bo required to
furnish n bond In the amount of fifty
per cent (50) of tho nmoiint bid, with
sureties subject to the upproval of tho
Tills bond will be for tho purpose ot
gnnranteelnir each und every condition
mid obligation on the pirt ot the Coll
tractor us may appear In tlio Articles
Only Tt-irlteirliil Corporations
Surety Companies may be submitted
The Commission reserves the right
to reject any or nil bids.
Speclllcatlons und l-'orins of Proposal
may be had upon uppllcatlon to (. II,
(tere, Hoglneer, Loan Puud Commis
sion, room 10 Mi'lntyrn llulldlng, Ho
nolulu. ANDItnW ADAMS,
Chairman, Loan I'lind Commission
City mid County nf Honolulu.
Senled propoxals will bo received by
Hie I .o.in Fund Commission of tho City
mid County of Honolulu up to 11
o'clock noon of Saturday, February 3,
ItilL", nt thu otlicc ot T. II. Pctile, cor
ner Port nnd Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for the construction of nrty-llvo
thousand, live hundred mid twenty-four
mid three-tenths lineal feet (r3,r,:4.3'),
or tin mid llfty-two hundredth miles
(lO.riJ), of hlKlivwty, designated us Sec
lion 2. Oaliu Kelt ltoad, nml extending
from the end of tho present mncada
mlzed load In Wulalua District, thiough
Wulaunu Uka nnd Wulplo Districts, to
tho macadamized road ut KIpapiKitllcli
111 the District of Wulplo, City nnd
County of Honolulu.
Proposals shall bo on forms furnish
ed by tho Commission.
l.'.ich bidder shall state) In his pro
1. A specllled sum for which ho will
furnish ull labor, tools and material,
except ns specllled to bo furnished by
the Clly und County of Honolulu nnd
tho Loan Fund Commission, necessary
to complete the work In ncrordatico
with the plans und speclllcatlons.
2. Tho time within which bo will
ngreo to complete the work.
Proposals shall bo In sealed enve
lope, nddresseil to T. It. Petrle, Secre
tary of tho l.oau l'und Commission,
City and County of Honolulu, und
plnlnly marked on tlio outside, "Piopo
sal for tho Construction of Section 2
Oahii lb-It Ito.nl."
All proposals shall bu accompanied
by u certllled check, us provided for 111
tho speclllcntlons, for u sum eipial to
1 1 Mi per cent (.") of tho amount of
Tho Commission reserves tho right
to reject any und nil bids, und to vvalvu
Plans, Speclllcntlons und Forms run
be had on application to tho Kugliieer
of tho Commission, itooni 10, .Mclntyru
llulldlng. A deposit ot Ten Dollars
('0(I0) will bo reiiilred on each set
of ilans und speeillcutions.
Chairman, Loan l'und Commission,
Clly and County of Honolulu.
ATTENTIONI SYMPHONY SOCIETY
A meeting of the members of the
Symphony Society will bo held Tliurs-
lay afternoon, Juuuaty is, ut -t o'clock,
ut tho Chmnbi r of Coinmeico Itoonts,
PAUL- It. lSHNItnita,
IN THK UNITKU STATUS DIS
TRICT COURT FOll THU THU
1HTOHY OF HAWAII.
THE TINITKI) STATKS OF AMHR-
1CA, Plaintiff, vs. I'KI'KKKKO
SUdAU COMPANY, ct nl., De
fendants. Action brought In
paid District Court, mid tho
Petition Hied In the ollluo of
the Clerk nf mild District Court,
THE PHUSIDHNT OF THU UNITKD
PEl'KBKKO SUC1AII COMPANY, n
corporation existing under and
by vlrtuo of thu laws of tho Ter
ritory of Ilnwull; LKI: IION'tl;
joiin i.kic no.va, JAMKS LICK
HONO, MARY I.KIJ HO.S'O nnd
SARAH I.i:iJ HONO, unknown
heirs nt law of LM1 HONO, de
ceased; AN'N'IK AKONU; WIL
LIAM AKONO, HKNRY AKONU,
LUCY A RON' CJ und JANK
AKONO, unlinowii heirs nt law
of MARY AKONO, deceased!
JULIA H. AKONO; HMMHUNH
M. MA000N; MARIK K. IIU.M
PHRKYSr JULIA JOHNSTONK;
CAR0LINK 11. RIOOS; MARY
CATHKRINi: AFONGi ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
O. HIINSHALL; MARTHA M.
DOUOHERTY; HENRIETTA 1'.
WHITINd; ELIZAHE'f II
11URNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
Kit; 11 HAT it ICE MELAINE
11REWSTER; ANTHONY C.
AKONO; ALIIERT F. AKONO;
AllllAM II. AKONO; AH 8HEH
AKONO: CHARLES AKONO,
THOMAS AKONO. CLARA
AKONO nnd ROSE AKONO, un
known heirs nt law of All LINO
AKONO, deceused; nnd JAMES
11ROWN. JOHN MjACK, HEN
RY WHITE, (1EOROE SMITH,
MARY JONES. MAR (I A RET
MILLS, HELEN 1I1LO nml
MARTHA KONA. unknown own
ers nnd claimants.
You nro hereby directed to appear
und answer the Petition In an notion
entitled ns above, brought against you
In the United Stnles District Court,
for the Territory ot Hawaii, within
twenty days fiom anil utter service
upon you of a certllled copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
certllled copy of this Summons.
And you nre hereby untitled that
unless you appear und answer ns
above required, tho snld Plaintiff will
take Judgment nt condemnation of the
lands described In the Petition herein
and for nny other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORARLE SAN
KORI) 11. DOLE and THE HONOR
ARLE CHARLES V. CLEMONS.
Judges ot said District Couit, this
2rth day of October, In tho year of
our Lord ono thousand nluo hundred
nnd eleven nnd of tho Independence
ot tho Hulled States tho ono hundred
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 7U. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OK AMERICA s. l'E
PEEKEO SUOAU COMPANY et
nl. SUMMONS. ROIIERT W.
IIRECKONS, United Suites At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OF
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. E. MURPHEY, Clerk of the
United States District ('emit for tho
Territory und District nf Hawaii, da
hereby ceitlfy the foregoing to bo a
full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons In tho raso of THE
UNITED STATES OK AMERICA vs.
PEPEEKEO SUOAR COMPANY ct
nl., ns tho same remains of record
and on llle In tho ulllco of tho Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hnvo
hereunto set my hand nnd nlllxed the
Real of snld District Court this 10th
day of November, A. I), 1911.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States DIs-
(Seal) trlct Courl, Territory uf
Hy F. L. DAVIS,
C08C 2m lid
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At ii meeting of the stockholders of
thu Honolulu Amusement Company,
Limited, held January PI, I HI'.', thu fol
lowing persons we re elected olllcerrt and
dhietorH for tho ensuing J car:
J, Alfied Magoou
..Piesldent and Director
Vice-President nml Dliector
John Henry Magoon
Tieusurer nml Dlnctor
P.. (I. Noyeii. ..Secretary nml Director
Charles Lucas , Director
Alfred .Mai:oon Jr Director
V. (I. NO YES,
O. F. 8. SIERRA.
Notice Is hereby given that tho B
8. Sleira will sail fioin Ibis port Feb
luury li, 1912. Instead of February 7,
nnd on letiirn trip will sail from San
Francisco February G, bringing her
lifin thu morning ot tho 21'ud of Feb
i nary In reason to reo thu aniimil
C. IIRHWEIt & CO. (Limited).
Agents, Oceanic Steamship Co
-"For Sale" curila at nulletln...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OK HAWAII, by
Mnrston Campbell, Superintend! nt
ot Public Works, 1'lulntlrf nnd Peti
tioner, vs. 1HA11EI.LA II. WOODS;
PALMEIl PAHKEH WOODS und
MOLI.li: WOODS, his wife; MARY
ALICE 11I.URTT nnd P. W. 1.
Ill.tlETT, her husband; JAMES
l'UANIC WOODS nnd EVA WOODS,
his wife; SAMUEL PARKER
WOODS nnd HOSE WOODS. Ids
Wife; MA1IEL ROHEUTSON HECK
LEY und HENRY HEOKLEY. her
husbntid; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SHINOI.E, HIINEKT
WOUEHOUSE and ALLEN W. T.
IIOTTO.MI.EY, Trustees under tho
Will of James Wight, deceased;
KOIIALA RANCH COMPANY. LIM
ITED, an Hawaiian Coiporntlon hav
ing Its principal olllce nt Puuhiie,
District nf Kohnln, Island mid Ter
ritory of Ilnvvull; JOHN DOE, MARY
DOE und RICHARD DOE, unknown
owners und claimants, Defendants
the territory or hawaii:
TO THE Iliail SHERIFF of the
Territory of Hawaii, or bin Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon 1SAI1E1.LA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS nnd MOLI.IE
WOODS, his wife! MARY ALICE
IIU'P.TT mul P. W. P. Ill.tlETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS und ROSE WOOD3,
his wife; MAIIP.L RO HERTS ON
IIECKLEY und HENRY REC'KI.EY,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It W. SIIINOI.E, ERNEST
WODUHOUSE und ALLEN W. T.
llOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the Will
of Jatncs Wight, deci'nsed; KOIIALA
RANCH COMPANY. LIMITED, ull
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal olllce nt Puuhiie, District of Ko
hnln. Island nnd Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOK. MARY DOE anil RICH
ARD DOE. unknown owners nml claim
ants, defendants. In case lhi-y shall Ilia
w I Itten answer within twenty days ufler
servlco hereof to bo nnd appear before
tho said Circuit Court ut the term
thereof pending Immediately nfler the
expiration of twenty days after ser
vlco hereof; provided, however. If no
term bu pending nt such lime, then to
be und appear beforu thu said Cir
cuit Court ut tho next succeedlni: term
thereof, to t, (lie January 1!M2 Term
thereof, to lie hblilen nt the City and
County of Honolulu, on Momlny, thu
eighth day of January next, ut 10
o'clock n. in., to show cnuso why Judg
ment nt condemnation ot the lauds da
scribed In the petition beieln und for
such other relief demanded In thu pe
tition should not bo u ward ed lo Urn
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And have you then there lids Writ
with full return nf your pioceedlncs
WITNESS tho Houornliln Pri'tlillm;
Judge or tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, ut Honolulu uforesiild, this 11th
day of February. 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON.
L. "2"fi. Rerr. 3, Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Cheult, Territory of Da
wn 1 1. Tho Tenltory of Hawaii by
Maiston Campbell, .Superintendent of
Public Works, Plalntlrr and Petitioner,
vs. Isnbolla 1. Woods et nl , Derend
unts mid Respondents. Petition. Filed
und Issued February 11, 1911, nt 10:D0
a. in. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed at 1:20 o'clock p. in.. April 13, 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii, )
city and County of ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk nf tho Circuit
Court of the First Judicial circuit. Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify the
foregoing to bu a full, truo und correct
copy of tbo original summons In tho
case of Territory of Hawaii by Mur
slon Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic AVniks, vs. Isabella II. Woods et
al., us thu samo iriiinliin of record nml
on fllii In the otllco of tbo Clerk of suhl
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hnva
hereunto set my baud uml nlllxed the
sent of snld Court this 21st day of
Sinl HENRY SMITH,
Cleik, Circuit Court of tlio First Ju
dicial Clicult, Ten limy of Hawaii.
Alexnmbr Llnibny, Jr., Attorney
Oenirnl, and Aillmr O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney Hem ml, for thu Petitioner,
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
612 Gtnnnenwald Building Honolulu
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, i. H.
P. O. Box C06
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