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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1912.
MP. - 10
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADICS CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OR IN CAN FRAN
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MACNIN'8.
TJTTE show at all times the most
' exclusive assortmen t of Ladies',
Children's, and Infants' Wear at
popular prices. MAGNIN'S quality
represents the best make, finish, and
ORANT AVE. AND GEARY ST.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED RrPRERENTATIVES MEET ALL
-nrll'll f, I I MM in i-t3r.
EUROI'KAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
llrokcn lenses replaced quick anil
Special lenses i;ronnil to onler.
Iliol.in frunieH repaired proinplly
A. N. SANFORD
Botton Buildina Fort Street
Over Ml & Co.
Honolulu Drug Co.
Free Delivery Within All Reasonable
1024 FORT ST. TELEPHONE 1364
NEW DRUG STORE
BODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
"Veil 8tocked with New Drugs and
8TOP PAYINQ RENT
A. II. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT 8T. PHONE 2553
1500 to $15,000
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
OLIVER G. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
BULLETIN ADS PAY-1
-BULLETIN AD8 'PAY-
SAN TRANCISCO, CAL.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 n day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
t ommous meets an trains anu
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
i J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
THE COLONIAL HOTEL,
on Emma Street, above
Vineyard, Is managed on
the defects of other hotels.
The result Is very satisfac
tory to the guests.
Emma St., above Vineyard
ten nni.r.Aits will tay roit a
TWO-DAY TKIP TO
Willi Carriage Drlies tltrniiRli the
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop,
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ARMY AND NAVY
BY C S. ALBERT.
(fpfclnl II ii lint In Corresponelencn.)
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jan. Ii.- Fol
lowing the phut nf tlio Wur Depart
ment, w hereby llio nrmy nvlntora
wire MM Soulli for the winter, tlio
Navy Dcpaitmcnt expects to send tho
navy aviators nt Annapolis to North
Inland, Han Dlcgo, Cnl., where they
w 111 carry on experiments thin winter. '
Arrangements lite being matlo nt'
Snti Dlcgo for the school to he located
mi Ninth Island. Two lllng machines'
ullt he shipped to the California const,'
one it Cuitlss hyilro-nitoplane anil tho'
ntlnr a Wilxht hlplane. They will be!
npeiatecl by I. lent". T. (I. Kllysnn, John
Rodger, nnil J. 11. Totters. I
Her Admiral Reginald I'. Nicholson
ban closed hi administration ns chief
of the Intrant of navigation. Navy De
partment. He held n'n Impromptu re
ception, nearly nil the nillclnts of tho
ikpat Intent niul his legion of friends In
thin city calling to take official leave
of the popular nlllecr. lie will take n
Hhort leave of nbsetieo prior to nssitm-
lug coinmaiu! of the Asiatic lleet early
n March. In that cotitmatiil Com
mander Clint los II. JleVay, now on
illilj at tlii' Navnl Academy, will be
Aiiiulrul NlchoUon's chief of staff, uml
Iili ut I'oniiuaniler Daniel W. Wurts
haugh, now on the battleship Smith
Diikota. ami l.leut. (Junior grade) Cil
ln 1'. Pago, now mi the battleship Del
aware. nlo will bo on bin staff.
Rear Ailmlral I'lilllp Anilrewvs, nld to
Secrctnry Mevor, will assume the du
ties of the chief of the biirenn of n.ivi-
Kittlnn lomoiroiv, with Commander It.
It. llelkuap iih nsslstnnt chief of the
othir Important changes In the na
val establishment nro linmllient. ltcur
Ailmlral William I. Toller, nlil for per-
Komiel nt the Nnvy Department, will
tellti. on nccniint of nun May 10, 1911.
It Is miorteil that lie will bo succeeded
by t'upt. Teniplln M. Potts, now chief
hiliillgi'iico otllci r.
Anolher report at the department It
that Hear Admiral Joseph 11. Mimloek,
now commanding the Asiatic lleet,
when relieved by nihiilral Nicholson,
will be assigned to the command or
llio navy yard ut New York iih tho to-
f of Hear Ailmlral E. II. O. LcutKO,
A radical step toward realistic bat
llo prucllce under conHlderallon nt the
Navy Department In calculated to give
the olllce rs mid men of two or three
kittle-ships llio most thrilling experi
ences of their naal careers.
It Is proposed to send these battle
ships, yet to be sclct-tcil. out In the
spring tnrget practlco stripped for ac
tion. Tim former custom Iibh been to
ilo what Is called "clear for ncllon,"
which. It Is said by olllcers, Is n mUil
procedure compared to the stripping
'Stripping for net Inn" means that
Ptnctlcally everything Hint Is not
nnlled down, mid u gooel many tlilliu'H
that are so fastened, nro removed front
Deik rails will lie removed, venti
lator funnels taken off, nnd the decks
denuded of everything removable. He-
low decks every piece of wooden fur
niture will be removed, accordlnir
the plan, Including the bunks In the
nlllcirif staterooms, the mess tables
chairs, nnd nil such Iniiiedhucnta.
Olllrcrs will bo obliged to Uvo under
conditions similar to those hmiosei
upon the crew, nnd evi ry member of
the ships companies will leant what
life on u battleship In time of war
really Is, The entire program on board
tho ships selected for tho experiment
will be laid out ns If nn engagement
wire Imminent ut any hour.
The battleships stlccttd wlll proceed
to Norfolk after the practice nt flimii-
tunnnui to begin next month, nnd
there priparid for the demonstration
rollowini,' un opinion rendered by
JudliO AilMicuto (leuer.il rrouder the
War Department has decided that a
civilian cuiidld.ile for iippotntinint to
the army Is not cllulblo If ho has
rcachi d tho hk "f 27 bifuru the Issuo
of n commission to him, nnd that u
commission cannot be aiite-dated so ns
to purport to have lit en Issued before
ho reached tho hko limit.
Tho case In point was that of Shep
Icr W. l-'ltwralil, a candidate tit it re
cent examination. He wns rejected
us deficient In weluht and with refer'
enco to Ids helKlit. He reached tho
iiro limit November 11, but ns ho hail
taken steps In the preilons tnoiith to
have hlf. physical dlsqiiullllcntlon re
inoved, ho npplleil to have u commis
sion Issued to him of u date before
Announcement has been made Of
plans for the nnmial dinner of the
I.enRite of Itepnbllenn Rtnto Clubs, to
be Klven nt the New Wlllnril tVli. ID.
Covers will bo laid for about 400.
President Tnft will bo present, nnd
the spenkcts will bo Oov. floldsbor
oiirIi, of Maryland; Oov. Ilndley, of
Jllssoiirl; former Vlco-Piesldent Fair
banks, of Indiana; Job Ili-dccs, of New
Yotk; John Ilaya Ilnmmoiul, of Mns
BUihusetts, nnd others who wlll be an.
noiiiiced latir. John a. Capers, presl
ilint offttho leaRiie, will net ns toast
master. lloost tlm I'liirall'nraUti unit Iit-lp
Need Sunshine '
Next to sunshine, nothing
restores health, strength i
and vitality like
Sealed tendu - w HI be ruelved nt the
olllce of the Maui l.o.ut runt! I'ommls
Mim, AVnlltiku, M.uil, until 10 u. m.,
edncsdny, Jiinu.iry .'.1, liiu, for fnr
lilshlmt pipe mid lllthiKs to be delivered
on Kahtilut Wimrf.
Spcclllciillo'iis nnd list of pipe and
Mllmrs rciiiheil,"iind oilier Inforiiintlon,
may be had upon application to R II.
Ilnrvey, Hccrclnry. Makiiuno, Alaul.
Tenders to be based upon the quan
tity stated, hut the Maul I.onn e'liud
Commission wlll not bind llsilf to pur
chase the whole or an pailkiilar putt
of the quantities slated; nnd reserves
the rliiht to roJict nny nnd all bids.
Tciulern must In. made on Tonus fitr
tihhid bv the .Maul l.o.iu I'liud Com
tul"iloii, and iicciiiiii.inled by u cerll
llul liui'k In nmoiiut quill to r.i of the
r II HAllVIIY,
MSs Jnn. in. 2.1, Jf.. .
Sinliil proposals wlll bo received by
the 1.0U1I I'uuil Comiulshloii of the City
nnd County of Honolulu, up to 12
c.'ilo. k i.wni of Saturday, l'i bru.iry :i,
A I) 1M2. at the olllce of T II. Ietrle,
Seci clary, tcirmr Kelt and Merchant
Streets, Iliiniilubi, for the coiistriictton
of n ltUuforccd Coneri le School llultd
Ini; on 2nd Strut, between Keawo nnd
Cornl SlrietK, llonoliilu.
PropoMils shall bo on forms furnish
ed by the Loin l'lind Commtssloii,
placed In u sealid cuvelopo uddicsseil
to T. II. l'ettiu, Suritary, and plainly
marked cm the outside, "Proposal for
Pohukalna School llullilliur."
All proposals shall bo accompanied
by u ccrtllled cneel; ns provided for In
the spccMlcntlous, for n sum equal to
live (5V, ) per cent, of tho amount of
Tho Commission reserves tho rlchl
to reject any nnd till bids nnd to wnlvo
linns, specifications and forms may
be had upon application to II. 1,. Kerr,
Aiililtcit nf the Coitiinlssliip, looms
:;!.'-:: II McCaudless llulldhu;. llonoliilu.
A ih posit or Tut Dollars ($10 00) wlll
be required on cntli set of plans mid
spicilli ul ions bsued.
(iiihmaii, Loan I'uml Coiumlssluii
City and County of llonoliilu.
Scaled pronpsnla wlll bo received by
the l.ii in rund Commission of the City
mid County of Honolulu, up to 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, February 3,
A. I). 1M2, nt tho olllco of T. II. Pe-
trie, conur Fort and Merc hunt .Streets,
Honolulu, fur tho coiiKtitictlon nf n con
en to and flume. School Iliilldlni; lit
Koko Iliad and Walalau Avenues, Knl
1'ropns.ilK shall bo on forms furnish
id by the Loan Fund Commlsslnn, mid
placed hi a si died envelope uildresseil to
T. II Pi tile. Secretary, plainly mark
id on the nulslde, "Proposal for I.lll-
iiokal.inl School IlullillllK."
All proponls shall bo nccompanled
by n ceiillled check lis provided for In
the speclllcntlniis, for n sum equal to
llu (.1 ) per cent, of the amount ut
The Commission rcservcB tho rlcht
lo reject any nnd nil bids nnd to wnlvo
linns, speclllcntlnna nnd proposal
forms may bo had upon application to
J. II. Ciiili,', Architect of the Commis
sion, Union Street, Honolulu.
A deposit of Ten (10.00) Dollars will
he' required on each set of plans itnd
Chairman, I.onn Fund Commission,
City nnd County o( Honolulu.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
IleKlunliii; February 1 next, u switch
Injr chaiKci of 10 cents for ench nnd
every completed call will be made for
loiiK-dlstauco inesMiRcH bciwien thu
louip.iiii's city systein mid tho tele
phones connected with tho country
llnoH beyond the Pull.
Houotiilii, Januiiry IT, 1912.
mutual ti:i,i:piioni: co i,td.
Jty F. O, IllIMMIHi,
luter-Uluud and O, 1U & I,, shlhldng
hooks for bale at ths B a 1 1 o 1 1 1
illlco f.Oo noh
Illunk licioka of all surtH. IrdKera.
eto, inatiiifuctiirod by tlm II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Loan Fund Commlsslnn of the City
ntid County of Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noon of Snturdny, February 3,
191.', ut the olllce of T. II. Pctrle, cor
ner Fort nnd Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for the haullne of approximately
11,000 cubic ynrds of rock; said luck
to be either of it slc broken ready for
crushing, or tho crushed rock, nt the
option of the Commission, from n
limit ry site sltunte In AVnlknkiilaiia
milch approximately 1C00 feet above the
crushing plant of the Hawaiian Dretlij.
Ins Company, Ltd., to the Kocrnincnt
road cros4lnns of the Wnlpln nnd Lei
lehtiii brunches of the O. It. ft I Co.
trucks, and the furnishing and laying
of the necessary switches nnd sidings;
rock to bo loaded nnd unloaded by
Delivery shall bo lumle In such quan
tities ns the engineer shnll decide will
best facilitate the work. The output of
tho crush! r being approximately lo
cubic yards per hour.
1'uyment for hauling rock wlll be
maife nt the end nf each calendar month
for the nmmtnt of rock limited during
Dnch bidder shall Mnlo In his pro-
pixal the amount per cubic yard for
which he wlll furnish thu necessary
equipment and haul the rock from the
Itiatty site to tho points speellled.
Piopo-ala shall bu on forms furnish.
id by the Commission,
Piopovals shall be In u sealed enve
lope, iidilicssed to T. II. Pctrle, Seere
l.ii j of the Loan Fund Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu, ami
plainly markeel on the outside, "Pro
posal for the hauling of rock from Wu
Ikakal.tiia (lulcli to (lowrmucut toad
erovMiiRs of Hid Wulplo ami belli him
branches on the cj. It. .i 1.. Co.'s track."
Ml pioposnlH shall be iiccompnliled
by a ceiillled check for it sum equal to
five per cent of llio amount of the pro
posal. The successful bidder, should n con-
ttact be nwardul, will bo required to
fiitnlsli n bond In the amount of lifty
per ci nt (50) of tho niuiuint bid, with
sureties subject to the approval of tho
Tills bond will be for tho purpose of
guaranteeing inch mid every condition
anil obligation em the part of the Con-
tiactor us may uppinr In the Articles
of Aki cement.
Only Territorial Corporations or
Sutety Companies may lie suhuilttid
The Commission ri'servcs tlm right
lo reject iiii- or nil bids.
SpccillealtoiiH and Forma of Proposal
may be had upon "application to (1. II.
Here, Flightier, bond Fund Commis
sion, robin 10 Mclhtsre llulldlng, llo
noliilu. ANDItDW ADAMS,
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu.
Seuled proposals will be received by
the Loan Fund Commission of the City
mid County of Honolulu up lo 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, February 3,
P.H2. nt the olllce of T. II. Pctrle, cor
ner Fort nnd Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for the e onsti action nt llfty-llvo
IhoiiHuml, llo hundred nnd twenty-four
nnd three -tilillis lineal feet (55,524.3'),
or ten nnd lllly-two hundredth miles
(10.52). of highway, dcslguatid us Sec
tion 2, Oahu Hell Itnnd, nnd extending
from the cud of the present macada
mized road In Wal. i lua District, through
Wulauao Ukn nnd Wulplo Districts, to
tho macadamized road ut Klpapa Gulch
In the District of Wulplo, City nnd
County of Honolulu.
Pinponls shall be on forms furnish
ed by the Commission.
ICach bidder (.hall slntu III his pro
posal; 1. A spcclllcd sum for wlilch ho wlll
furnish nil labor, tools mid material,
except ns speellled to bo furnished by
the City mid County of llonoliilu nnd
the bona Fund Commission, necessary
to complete) tho work In nccordunco
with tlio plans ami spcclllcatlons.
2. Tho time within which ho will
ngreo to enmplcto tlio work,
liopoxalx shall lie In scaled enve
lope, nihil csscd to T. II. Pctrle, Secre
tary of llio Loan Fund Commission,
City mid County of Honolulu, and
plainly marked on tho outside, "Propo
sal for the Construction of Section 2,
O.ihu licit Itond."
All proposals shall he nccompanled
by n ceiillled check, as piovldcd for In
tho spctiucntlons, for u sum equal to
Hut per cent (5) of thu amount of
'1 lie Commission reserves tho right
to reject any and nil bids, nnd to waive
linns, KpecHlcntlons nnd Forms enn
bo had on application to thu Kngluecr
of the Commission, lloom 10, Mciutyro
llulldlng. A deposit of Ten Dollurs
(ltO.00) wlll bo required on each Bet
of linns and spccincntlons.
Chairman, bonn Fund Commission,
Clly niul County of Honolulu.
O. P. S. 8IERRA.
Notleo Is hereby given that tho 8
8. Sletra will sail ft mil thin port Feb
runty II, 1012, Instead of February 7,
and on return trip will salt from Kin
Francisco Febninty 1(1, bringing her
here the morning of tho 22nd of Feb
ruary In season to seo thu nnmial
Floral Pal ado.
C. HltllWFR & CO. (Limited),
Agents, Oeeanlo Steamship Co.
IN TUB UNITUD STATKS D1S,.
TK1CT COUUT TOR TIIM TICK
1UTOKY OF HAWAII.
THE UNITED BTATL'S OF AMKK
ICA, I'lalhtllT, vs. I'KPKKKFO
SUHAU COMPANY, et nl lie
feiidants. Action hi ought In
said District Court, and tho
Petition filed In tlio olllco of
tho Cierk of kuld District Court,
TIIR lllKSIUIJNT OF TUB UNITKD
i'rjii:KKi;o sugar cqmpany, a
corporation existing under and
by vlrtuo of the laws of tlio Ter
ritory of Hawaii; I,KI3 HONO;
JOHN bEK IIONO, JAMKS LKI3
1IO.NO, MAUY LEI HONC1 nud
SARAH LEE IlO.Vd, unknown
heirs at law of J. ICE IIONO, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONO; WIL
LIAM AKO.Ntl, HENUY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO and JANE
AKONO, Unknown heirs at law
of MAUY AKONO, deceased;
JULIA II. AKONO, EMMELINE
M. MAdOO.N; MAHIE K. HUM
I'HHEYH; .1UMA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE II. H1GOB; MAUY
CATHERINE AFONO: ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
(1. HENSIIALL; MARTHA M.
DOIIOHEUTY; HENUIETTA P.
1IUUNS; NANCY b. McSTOOK
Kit; HEATH ICE MELA1NE
11M3WHTKK; ANTHONY C.
AFONO; AL11EIIT F. AFONO;
AIIHAM II. AFO.NG; AH SIIEU
AFONO; CHARLES AFONO,
THOMAS AFONO, CLAHA
AKONO and HOSE AKONO, un
known hclM at law of AH blNG
AKONO, decensed; and JAMES
DROWN, JOHN IILACK, HEN
IIY WHITE, (1KOIKIE SMITH,
MARY JONES, MA1U1AUET
MILLS, HELEN IIII.O and
MARTHA KONA, itiiUnnwii cm it
ers nnd claimants.
You arc horeby directed to appear
ami answer tho Pellttoti In alt notion
entitled us above, brought against you
in I ho United States District Com I,
for tho Territory nf Hawaii, within
twenty dayn from and after service
upon you of a cot tilled copy of Plain
tiff's Petition hcielit, together with a
certified copy of thin Summons.
And oii uro hcieby nolllled that
unless you appear nud answer as
aliino required, tho said Plaintiff wlll
tako judgment of condemnation of tlm
lauds described lit tho Petition herein
and for any other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE IIONOI'.AHLE HAN
FORD H. DOLE nnd THE HON0R
AIILE CIIAllliliB V. CLEMONS,
Judges of liald Dlslllct Court, this
25th day nf October, lu the year of
our 1-ord ono thousand nlno hundred
and eleven nud of the Independence
of thu Hulled Stales tho una hundred
(Signed) A. II MURPHY,
"No. 7H. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Tertl
lory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA 8. PE
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY et
nl. SUMMONS. HOIIERT W
1IRKCKONS, United Stales At
THE UNITED STATES OF
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. bs.
I, A. E. MIIRPIIEY, Clerk of the
United States Dlslllct Court for tho
Territory and District of Hawaii, d
hereby eeitlfy tho foregoing to bo (i
full, trtto and correct copy of tho
oiiglnal .Summons In tho case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VB.
FKPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY et
al., iih tho Etiinu remains of lecord
anil on llle lu the olllco of tho Clurk
of Mlil District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havo
hereunto hot my hand nnd iilllxcd the
seal of said District Cottit tills lCth
day of November, A. D. 1111 1.
A. K. MURPHY
Clorlc of United States Dls
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory of
lly F, b. DAVIS,
5080 3m lid
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Clt'ciilt, Teitilury of Hawaii. At
Chamber:!. In Probnto. In the matter
of the Estnto of Yen Clihl of llonoliilu,
T IL, deceased, Intestate. On rending
mid llllug the petition of Yee Yap, u
creditor of said deceased, alleging that
Vie Chin of ruld Honolulu died IntfH-
lute nt said llonoliilu on tlur "Otli day
of December, A. D. 1011, lenvlng prop,
rty within the Jurisdiction of this
Court necessary to bo ndmlnlstcrcd
upon, nud praying that belters of Ad
ministration Issue lo Yen Yap; It Is
ordeiesl, that Wednesday, tho lltlt day
of February, A. D. 1D12, nt 0 o'clock
a. in., be nnd hereby Is appointee for
hearing said Petition In the courtroom
of this Court In the Judiciary building
In the City nud County of llonoliilu,
it which time mid place nil persons
concerned may appear and show cause-.
If any liny have, why said Petition
should not be granted, lly tho Cumt!
HENRY SMITH. Dated, llonoliilu,
Juiiiiary 12, 1012. W. 8. Filings for pe.
r.1112 Jan. 12, 19, 2(1; Fob. 2,
M. A. GUNST & CO.
..&. 1 ..,!. ...M.JU.W!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OK HAWAII, by
Mnrstun Campbell, Superintendent
or Public Works, lialntlh mid Peti
tioner, vs. 1SA11IXI.A 11. WOODS;
PALMER PARKER WOODS uml
MObbli: WOODS, his wife; MARY
ALICE IlbUETT and P. W. P.
1II.UETT, her husband: JAMF.H
FRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his Wife; HAMUEb 1'AilKRIt
WOODS niul HOSE WOODS. Iili
wife; MAIIEL ROIIEHTSON HECK
LEY and HENRY HECKbEY. her
husband; MAPI) WOODS; I.UCY
WOODS; R. W. S1IINOLE, ERNEST
WODEIIOIISE nnd AbbEN W. T.
1IOTTOMI.EY, Trustees' under the
Will of James Wight, deceased;
KOIIAbA RANCH COMPANY, LIM
ITED, nit Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal olllce nt PmihiiP,
District of Kobukii Island mid Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE. MARY
DOE nnd RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners uud claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF of the
Tetrllory of Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to mim
tnon ISAHEbbA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS nnd MOI.I.IE
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
IlbUETT uml P. W. P. IlbUETT. her
hlishiir.il; JAMKS FRANK WOODS
nnd EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS,
bin wife; MADE, RollERTSON
HECKbEY mid HENRY IIHCKbEV,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
Woods; h. w. shingle, krnert
WODEIIOIISE nnd ALLEN W. T.
IIOTTOMLEV". Trustees' under the Will
of James Wight, eleeeased; KOIIAbA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, nn
Hawaiian Cm porn I Ion having Its prin
cipal olllce nt Puiihue, District of Kit.
hala, Island nnd Tirrllniy of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE uml RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners niul claim
ants, defendants, hi c-i-o they f.h;ill llln
W rllleti nnswer within twenty days after
sitvIcu hereof In bi mid nppear be foro
llio said Circuit Court at the term
thereof pending linmedlntely uflir the
expiration cf twenty days after ser
leo hereof; provided, however. If no
let m bo penillng at such time, then to
be uud nppear before tho said Cir
cuit Court nt llio next succeeding term
thereof, In wit, tho January 1912 Term
tin rent, to be holillm lit tho City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
eighth day of January next, at 1U
o'clock n. in., to show cntisn why Judt;
incut of condemnation of the lauds de
scribed In tho petition herein nnd for
such other relief demanded In tlio pe
tition should not bo nwnrded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant In the,
tenor of lis nnnnxnl petition.
And have jou then there this Writ
with full rcitirn of jour proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Jiielfi- of the Circuit Court of the First
Chciilt, nt llonoliilu nforesabl, this 11th
day of IVbriuity, Hill.
(Sgd) J. A. THOMPSON.
1,. 727B. Reg. .1. g, 3j, circuit
Court, Flyst Circuit, Territory of Iln
wnll. The Territory of Hawaii by
Mnrstou Campbell, Superintendent of
Piibllu Works, Plulnllrf nnd Petitioner,
vs, Isabella II. Woods et nl.. Defend
ants nud Respondents. Petition. Filed
and issued February 11, 1011, nt 10:60
a. in. J. A. Thnnipnon, Clerk. Return
ed nt 1:30 o'clock p. m , April 13. 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orlc
liinl. Territory of Hawaii, )
City nnd County of ) si.
I. Henry Smith, Clerlt nf tho Circuit
Court of tlio First Judicial Circuit. Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify the
foregoing to bo a full, truo iiml correct
copy of the original summons In tho
case of Territory of Hnvvull by Mur
stnn Campbell, Superintendent of Pub.
lie Works, vs. Isabella ii. Woods et
al, ns the sumo remains of word mid '
on file lit tlio olllce of tho Cleric of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havo
hereunto set my hand nnd ntllxed the
seal of said Court this 21st day of
(f,''a,) HENRY SMITH,
Cletk. Circuit Court of tho First Jit
ellelal Circuit, Territory nf Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jri Atrirnpy
General, nnd Aitlmr G. Hmllh. Deputy
Attorney General, for the Petitioner.
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
612 Btanaenwnld Buildina Hbnolulu
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiolnnl Building Honolulu, f, H.
P. O. Box COB
WUv Uullotlu II vtr nr,