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Hawaiian Trust Co.
STATEMENT OP RES0URCE8 AND
On hand S 703.70
III bnnk ....... 22.S24.17
III Jmnft us trus
In bank (re cs-.
111 agents hands 21,150.98
Hluck In uthcr corporations
Loans, lU'iiiiuiil mill lime.
. (imA furniture ' mid llx-
Accounts duo iih nt llitrcst
Oenernl accounts duo uh..
Assets other Hum tlm
Territory of Ilnwnll, )
Island urtlaliii. )
. I. 'John II. Halt, Treasurer of Hawaiian Trust Company. Limited, do sn.
oninly swear Unit the ubovo statement Ih true to the best of my knowledge
J. It. (IAI.T, Treasurer.
Subscribed unci (morn to before 1119 this 5th iiy of Juuiuiry, A. D. 1912.
IIKNJ. I,. MAHX.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Yokohama Specie Bank; Ltd.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 30, 1911.
I.011118, Discounts mill Over-
IriiftH , $115,315.98
riirnlturo ami Fixtures .... 15,797.11
Dm- from Hanks unit Hunkers 105.418.15
All othpr Resources 100,201.48
I. Vu .Vkal, .Manager of the Yoko'hauin Speclo Hunk, Ltd., doolemnly
swenr that the ubovo statement Is true to tho liesf of my knowiedgo nml
Subscribed and sworn to beroro mo this 17th day of January. A. I). 1913.
J. ASHMAN HMAVKN,
N'oUiry I'ublle, First Jiiillelal Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
f fEKLY BULLETIN
llrokeu lenses repluccd uulck und
.Special lenses ground to order.
Urokcn frames repaired promptly.
A. N. SANFORD
Boiton Building Fort Strett
Over Miy & Co.
Honolulu Drug Co.
Free Delivery Within All Rmton.bl.
1024 FORT ST. TELEPHONE 1364
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Well 8tocked with New Druge and
'8TOP PAYING RENT
A: II. D0NDER0,
83 MERCHANT 8T. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
OLIVER Q. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
r-BULLETIN ADS PAYaj
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
LIABILITIES, DECEMBER 31, 1911.
Capital full)' pulr up ....
Trilst unci agency accounts
H II 9,73 0.01
Due to ItuiikM mill Hauliers.. 2,539.30
All other Liabilities 6,192.55
(Signed) YU AKAI.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 n day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Evcr,y comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrins to alt Darts of citv. ( Electric
i .i ..: . .
I omniDUs meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TraWcts" ABC code.
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
TKN DOLLARS WILL PAY FOR A
TWO-DAY TRIP TO
With CarrluRo Drives through the
Rooms and Board
W. C. Berg In, Prop.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special II u 1 1 0 1 1 n CorroiiKindmcr.)
WASHINGTON', I). I'., .Inn. 13. Tho
rpcclal committee ot the House thai
lias been Investigating the Sugar Trust
resumed Its hearing January 8. An
announcement wan unulc nt the Im
hIrhI., ,!. tl.n ..!, 1,1 lift !....
rled to a conclusion. It was desired
to have nil tlio facts collected In time
f.. ... I.,. il, U'- n.,,1 MMn nnrr.
mlltee In framing up a revision ot " reject nny and all bids and to walvo
the sugar Helie.1i.lc of the Payne Al,"' ''" . .. .
drliii tariff bill. Hence, nil the re
malnlng iiroiiositlons were given n
lick and n promise and the Inquiry
l.nion.l i n ,..1
W. 0. Cooke a New York broker,!
vm I in most innortnnt witness ex.'"1' "iiuiicii o.i ciii.ii ui m puh.s iiiiu
nmlncd. He dUciiesed the sucnr
nation III Hawaii, Ho represented
hlnlsclf ns having resided In the Id
nuds and being largely Interested In
the sugar Industry there. He explain
ed to tho committee In detail just how
the sugar producers of Hawaii arc sit-1 ""i'0" l'r"'l'sius win no recciveu ny c ,,y .,, , ommiss.ou.
natcil and how they would ho nneeted "' '"'" ,''ul"1 Coininlsslon of the City Troposnls shall be In n oulcil ene
by changes In tlio existing l'ayne-AI ""ll County of Honolulu, up to 12 lope, addressed to T. II. lVlrle, Hccre
ilrleh act. I o'clock noon of Huturdity, February 3, tary of the Loan Fund Commission,
A number of beet sugar grower Ai " ''!' "l ",0 ,,,,lcn of T- " ,l0" '""' nni1 County of Honolulu, mid
from Michigan and other stnten wero ,rlc' corner Fort mid Merchant Htrcets, plainly marked on the outside, "Tro
hcanl. They protested against any Honolulu, for tho construction of aeon- psal for the hauling of rock from Wh
diangc which might illsastrously nf-'t"r,', ",m1 ffamo Bchool ltullillng at.lkakiilaua (lulch to (lovcrniiienl load
feet their Interests, At present, they Koko Head and Wulaluu Avenues, Knl- crossings of the Walplo and l.elleliua
said, the beet Industry Is fairly' lima-!'"""!. Honolulu. brunches on the O. It. & I (.s track."
perous and they desired to retain l'ropoals shall bo on forms furnish. All proposals shall bo accompanied
whatever degree of snccesB lind been Pl' by the Loan 'Fund Commission, und by a certllled check for a sumeiual to
achlevcil by ilcvclopmelit nnd hard placed In n scaled envelope nddressed to 11 vo per cent of the amount of thu pro
work, IT. II. I'ctrle, Kceretnry. plainly mark- posal.
('t of llellneil. U'd on tho outside, "1'ropnsal for I.lll-I The successful bidder, sliouhl a con-
Dctallcil rciiorls from nianiifncturers uokiilanl Hohool llulldlng." tract bo awarded, will' bo required to
of refined sugar on the cost of their All proposals shall bo accompanied furnish a bond In tho amount of ilfty
output iliirlns tho mcnl great nil- by u certllled check as provided for In Per cent (50) of tho amount bid, with
vnnce In prices were received by the' the speclllcutlons, for a sum eipjal to'x'irctbs subject to the iipprohl of the
committee nnd Incorporated In the rec-
ord. All the leading rcdncrs answer-
til the committee's request for;lnform.
Tho committee tools up the task of
formulating Its report January lb.
When completed the document will
show that tho Hugar Trust, through,
combination and agreement maintain
ed tho price of refined sugar and that
thq duty levied on Imported material
went Into the pockets of tho refiners.
Tho opinion will be expressed Hint
material reductions can safely be
made on present sugar duties without
proving detrimental to tho beet Indus
try. .Chairman Underwood has rcpcatcill
announced that the Ways and Menus
Commllteo has collected Its own sug'
ar data and does not require any of
the Information gathered by tho Hard,
wick special committee. Tho work of
framing up n revision mehsuro will
be taken up whenever tlio modlflol
steel schedule Is out of Iho way. Tho
committee had not, yet Indicated lo
what extent it will go In proposing
The apathy of the Senato nnd tho
opposition of President Tnft still stand
in the way of perfected legislation
.lowering the sugar duties.
SAYS PEST HAS
WASHINGTON, Jan. C Tho stal
ling statement that tho Mediterranean
fly hud attacked tho cotton plant In
Hawaii was madn tit Hepfi'sentatlvo
Knliti III u telegram today from O. St.
John Gilbert, a resident of Hawaii,
now visiting Phoenix, Ariz.
Chief Kntouiuloglst Howard of tlio
Department of Agriculture naid this
was tho first case, ho had utor heard
,ot tho lly attacking cotton.
Tho menace of tho lly t.i cotton will
ii..iro tho eo-oppratlon of Southern
Congressmen In obtaining uppi'onila
tlnns for combatting thu post.
i i ej ii
AGAIN MADE MAYOR ON
HIS 85th BIRTHDAY
lli:i,I.MFl)NTAINi:, 0 Dec. 30.
When Joseph F. Dennis took tho oath;
of olhco today and becamo mayor of
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Hell Center, this county, tho occnslou
of Ills ti5th birthday anniversary, ho
claimed tho distinction of being tho
iddest mayor In Iho United States, Ho
was Mrs! elected mayor of tho town In
1S70. mid since then ho hns held tho
olllco three different tluies for from'
two to three terms. Ho says ho ox-
pects to bo a candidate for reelection
.hen his term expires.
Arthur IHwIln, 0110 of tho New York
(Hants' third basemen, Is having mat-'
rlinonlal troubles for a New Year'i
greeting, Mrs. Devlin has quit her,
husband mid returned to her father,
who Is a banker. Devlin has been
spoken of as tho best third baseman
lu the National League. He Is evident -
ly past that stage now, us Herzog play-
d Iho position for the olants In tin)
last world's series.
HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN.
Scnlcd proposals will he ricclved lijr Scaled proposals will ho received by
thc-Lomi Fund Commission of thu City the Loan Tumi Commission of tho City
11 ml County of Honolulu, up to 12 anil County of Honolulu up to 12
cUo..k l.wn of Saturday, 1'elirunry 3, o'clock noun of Saturday, February 3,
A l IM2, ut Hie olllec of T. ft. Pctrle, 1912, nt llio olllce of T. II. I'ctrlo, cor
Secretary, corner Fort mill Merchant ncr Fort mill .Merchant Streets, Hueo
Streets, Honolulu, for the construction lulu, for the hauling of upproxltmtcly
of 11 Ilclnforccd Concrcto School IIullil- 11,000 cubic yards of rock; ialil rock
Ing on 2nd Street, between Kruwu ulul to be either of it size broken ready tr
j Coral Streets, Honolulu. J crushing, or tho crushed rok, nt tint
Proposals shall he oil forms furnish- oillon of thu Commission, frviu 11
ed by the Loan Fund Coininlsslon, quarry rite situate In WitlknUfttetu
I placed In 11 soiled onvclopu nddressed
to T. II. 1'ctrle, Secretary, and plainly
marked on tho outside, "1'roposul for
l'ohuknliia School Dulhllng."
All proposals shall bo accompanied
by a certltled check an provided for In
tho spcclllcatlons, for a sum equal to
vo s ",cr CBnL ot '" ,m,ounl 0,,k to ,,u ,uu,tal uml u,"odllt,1
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' uuilllllli.1.11,11 ois'iui, .110 UKIir
riiins, rpcclllcallons and forms may
be bad upon application to II. L. Wrr,
'''"" ' "10 "'"ulsslon. room-,
1312-314 McCundlcss llulldlng, llnnoliilu.
A deposit of Ten Dollars (110.00) nlu
Chairman, Uan Kiind Coinmlstdon,
City mid County ut Honolulu.
live (5JJ) per cent, of tho amount of tommlsslon.
tho proposal. I This bond will be for the purposo of
Tho Commission reserves tho right j guaranteeing each and every condition
to reject any and all bids mid to wulvo.1""1 obligation on the part of the Con-
I'lnns, spcclllciitlnns mid proposal,
forms may bo.'bad upon application to
j. H. Crulg. Architect of tho Coinuila-
Lion, Union Street. Honolulu.
a deposit of Ten (J10.00) Dollars will
, required on each hot of 'plans und
Chairman, Loan Fund Coininlsslon,
City mid County of Honolulu.
Honolulu Brewing &. Melting' Company,
The annual meeting of tho vtockhold
crs fif tho Honolulu Ilrewiug & Mult-
lug(Cinpany, l,lnltcd, will bo held at
the olllce of tho company ut No. 535,
Queen street, Honolulu, Oaliu, on tho
30th day of January, 1012, ut tho hour
of 10 o'clock a. in.
lly order of 'the president.
w. q. I'Aiticn.
Tho slock books of tho Honolulu
Ilw-wlng & Malting Company. Limited,'
UI bo closed to transfers from J. in
nary 20, 1012. to January 30, 1012, both
W. C. rAUKIJ.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a mcHtlug of tlio stockholders of
August Dreier, Limited, held ut tho
olllce of F A. Schaefer Ik Company.
Limited, on Friday, January 10, 1012,
tho following olllccrs wcro elected to
servo during thu ensuing year:
Mr. F. A. Hcbnrfrr President
Mr. Cecil llrown Vlco-1'resldent
Mr. II. M. von Holt Treasurer
Mr. J. W. Waldroi Secretary
Audit Company of Hawaii.... Auditors
Tho directors elected to servo dur
ing tho saiuu period being Mr. F. A.
Scbuefer, Mr. II. M. von Holt. Mr. Cecil
llrown, Mr II. Focko. Mr. J. W. Wnld
ron. J. W. WAI.DItON,
Secretary, .Vjigust Drcltr, Limited.
Honolulu, January 19, 1912.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Ileglniilug February I next, a switch-
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lg charge of 10 cents for each unil"' '' (-''mmlsslon, ltoom 10. Mclnlyro
"vlr lI" ""' "" "'" "" "muu ",r
.... .(.... ....11 ...111 !... t. ..
long-illstnuiu messages between tho
company's city system and tho telo-
Illumes eoiilieeteil with tlin pr.nolrv
n0M beyond the Pall.
Honolulu. January 17, 1912.
MUTUAL TKI.KPHONK CO.. LTD.
lly F. O, HUMMKL,
IIIIAIt ,(Y ."c
1 . . r-TT" TS
Hilii; Honolulu (o 11 liunilrcil-
thousand population means arlly lo
,(.,, M. ',Pr,i l'nnnl next. IVIiruiirr,
gulch iipproxlmately 1000 feet nbovc th
crushing plant of thu Hawaiian Ucdg
Ing Company, Ltd., to tho govorauiant
roiul crossings of thu Wulplu mid Lel-
lehua bra IK lies of the O. II. & l Co.
trucks, and the furnishing and laying
of tho necessary switches and sidings;
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w.'H.l., -.,..,. ..- ,.,.,v ... ..v .,......-
titles us the engineer -hall decide will
be,t facilitate Iho work. The output o
Iho crusher being approximately
cubic yards per hour.
n.ymont for huullng rock will bo
made at tho end of each calendar iiioulli
for tho a mount of lock hauled during
linii bidder shall stain In his prn-
poiul the mnoiiut per cubic yard for
which ho will furnish the necessary
eiiipineiit i ml haul tho rock from the
luarry site to tho points spccHlcd.
rro'onls shall he on forms furulsli-
tractor as may nppcar In the Articles
Only Territorial Corporations
Surety Companies may bo submitted
The Coininlsslon reserves tho right
to reject any or all bids.
HpeclllciitlmiH and Forms of Proposal
may bo bad upon application to (I. II
(lire. Knglneer, Loan Fund Coininls
slon, room 10 .Mclnlyro Uulhllng. Ho
nolulu. ANDIli:V ADAMS.
Chairman, I .nan Fund Commission,
City and County of Honolulu.
Sealed pmposals will bo received by
tho Loan Fund Commission of the City
mid County of Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, Fobruury 3,
1012, ut tho olllco of T. 11. I'ctrle, cor
ncr Fort und Merchant Streets, llono
lulu, for the construction of tlfty-llvo
thousand, live hundred and twenty-four
and thrcc-tcuths lineal feet (55,521.3'),
or ten und fifty-tuo hundredth miles
(10.52), of highway, designated as Sec
tion 2, U.iliu licit lioad, and extending
from tho cud of tho present macada
mized road In Wal.ilua District, thruugh
Walauau I'ka and Wulplu Districts, to
io macadamized road at Klpapa (lulch
lhu mrkl of Wnlplo, City und
County of Honolulu.
1'ioposals shall bo on forms furnish
ed by the Commission.
Much bidder shall statu III his pro
posal! I. A specllled sum for which ho will
furnish all labor, tools and material,
exiept as specllled to bo furnished by
tho City nml County of Honolulu and
the Loan Fund Commission, necessary
to complctn lhu work In accordanco
with tho plans und specifications,
2. The time within which ho will
ugreo to complete 'the work.
Proposals shall bo In sealed enve
lope, addressed to T, II. Pelrle, Secre
tary of tho Loan Fund Coininlsslon,
City and County ot Honolulu, und
plainly marked on tho outside, "1'rupo
sal for tho Construction of Section 2,
OjIiu licit Itoad."
All proposals shall he accompanied
by ii'certlllod check, ns provided for In
tho speclllcutlons, for a sum equal to
llo pir cent (5) of tho amount of
The Coininlsslon reserves tho right
to reject any und ull bids, und to wulvo
liutis, Specifications mid Forms. can
bo bad on application to tho F.uglnccr
I Itiillillite A iliiinidlr tf Tin nn lupu
lluildlug, A deposit of Ten
(t'.O.OO) will bo required on each set
of 1 bins nud speclllcutlons.
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City mid County of Honolulu.
O. P. 8. SIERRA.
Notice Is hereby given that tho 8
S. Slerrn will sail from this port Feb
ruary 0, 1912, Instead of February 7,
mid nn return trip will sail from San
Francisco February 16, brlnglmr her
here the morning of tho 22nd of Feb
ruary In season ' to see the annual
C. I1RKWKR & CO. (Limited),
Agents, Oceanic Steamship Co.
IN THU UNITKi) STATI2S DIS
TRICT court Ftm thi: thii-
UlTOUY OF HAWAII.
TIIK UNITKIJ STATIC OF A.MMIl
1CA, l'lnlntlrr, vs. I'HI'I.'KKKO
SUdAlt COMPANY, ot al., De
fendants. Action bt ought In
said District Court, mid tlio
Petition filed ill thu (illico uf
the Clerk of said District Court,
Till: PltKSIDKNT OF TDK UNITiSI)
PKlMWIvKO HUQAU COMPANY, n
corporation existing under nml
by virtue of tho laws of tho Tor
titory of Hawaii; I.KIC IIONC;
JOHN I.Ki: MONO, JAMKS l.HH
IIONO. MAIIY I.Klv 1 1 UNO nud
HA UAH I.ICIC IIONO, unknown
heirs nt law of t.VA'. IIONO, do
ceased; ANNIK AKONC.; Wll
I.IAM AKO.Nd, IIKNIIY AKONO,
I, U C Y A K O N (I und J A N K
AKONO, unknown heirs nt law
of MAHY AKONO. ilecemud;
JULIA II. AFONC, i:.M.Mi:t,INK
M. MAdOON; MAItli: K. HUM
PliltMYS; JULIA JOIINSTONK:
CAHOI.INI-: II. KltiOS; MAIIY
CATIIIiltlNH AFONtl: ALICH
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; IIICI.KN
(1. IIKNSI1AI.L; MARTHA M
DnuaiiiiitTY; jii:nihi:tta p.
HUitNS; NANCY U McSTOCK-
i:il: IIHATUICK MULAINU
IMKWHTKIl; ANTHONY C
AKONO; ALIUJUT K. AKONO;
AllltAM II. AKONO; AH SHKU
AKONO; CIIAIII.ICS AKONO,
THOMAS AKONO, CLARA
AKONO und UOSi: AKONO, un
known heirs at law of AH LINO
AKONO, deceased; nnd JA.MKS
HltOWN. JOHN II1.ACK, IIKN
KY WIHTi:, OKOROi: SMITH.
MARY JONliS. M A It O A it K T
MILLS. IIHI.KN 1111,0 und
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
eis and claimants.
You nro hereby directed to appear
and answer tho Petition In mi uctlon
entitled us above, brought against you
In the United States District Court,
for tho Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after service
upon you of a certllled copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
certltled copy of this Summons.
And you 1110 hereby tiotllled that
unless yun appear and answer 11s
ubovo required, t!iu said Plnlntlf! will
Inko judgment of condemnation of the
lands described In tho Petition hcieln
and for any other relict demanded In
WITNKSS TIIK HONORAIlLi: SAN
FORD II. DOLK and TIIK HONOR-
AIII.H CIIAIILKS V. CLKMONS,
Judges of said Dlsttlct Court, this
25th day ot October, In thu year of
our l.ord ono thousand nlno hundred
and eleven and ot tho Independence
uf tho United Slates tho 0110 hundred
(Signed) A. K. MURPHY.
"No. 79. UNITliU STATICS 1)18
TIHCT COURT, for tho Tcrrl
tory of Hawaii. VII K UNITKD
STATICS OF AMKIUCA vs. PK
PKICKKO 8UOAR COMPANY ct
al. SUMMONS. HOIIKllT W,
I1UKCKON3, United SUtcs At
torney." TIIK UNITKD STATICS OK
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. sa.
1, A. K. MUIU'HKY, Clerk ot tho
United States Dlsttlct Court for the
Territory and District nt Hawaii, d
hereby tortlfy Iho foiegnlug to bo a
full, truo and correct copy ot tho
original Summons In Iho citso ut Till')
UNITKD STATICS OK AMKIUCA vb
PKPICKKKO 8U0AU COMPANY et
til., ns the Kiiino remains of record
and 1111 lllo In tlio olllco ot tho Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNKSS WHKItlCOF 1 hnvo
linrounto r,ut my hand and alllxud the
seal of said District Court this lUth
day of Nuvumbor, A. D. 1011.
A. K. MURPHY
Clork nt United States l)l.v
(Soal) trlct Court, Tcrrllorv of
lly F. U DAVIS,
IN TIIK ClltCl'IT COl'IlT, FIRST
Circuit, Terrltor) of Hawaii In Pro
bate. At Chambers, No. 12CI. lu tho
matter of the Kstntu of John Km me
luth, deceand. On rending und llllug
thu Pitltloii and accounts of John II.
Wilson, Administrator of tho Kstato
of John Kmuiehith, deceased, wherein
petitioner asks to be allow ed t1C.S35.02,
nnd chin gil with J20,t.27.2P, ami nsks
that the same be examined mill appiov-
!ed, and that a Una) order be made of
iDlsirlbutliin of Hie i molding properly
I I'lCII ll'llll"!! "t 111"' 11 IIIUIIIIIISi 'M'" Hi
thereto entitled and dls
, ',' . .... . .,. I
'CIllirlllK peiiii.,ii,- inn, puuuvn ,101111
all further responsibility herein; It Is
Ordered, that Monday, the 12th day of
February. A. 1). 1912, lit ID o'clock 11.
111. before the Jiidgo presiding utChmu
liers of said Court at bis courtroom 111
the JudUlsry llulldlng. In Honolulu,'
1 'noiily of Honolulu, be mid thu siimn'
hereby Is appointed tho tlmn und phicu
, , , , , , . .
lor Hearing sain rciiiiou ami Account,
and that all persons Interested may,
then and there itpueur and show cause,!
If any they have, why the some should,
not be granted, und may present evl-
deuce as to who lire untitled to tho!
Mild property. Dated the f.tli day ofj
January, 1912. Uy the Court; (Seal)1
M. T. SIMONTON. Clerk of the Clr- j
cull, Court of the First Circuit. 'W. H.
Idling, attorney for ndinliihlrator.
M27--.Tnn. (!, 13, 20, 27.
V 'i'llfcW.vfK 3 BaaHLBamFaeVBaaH
LEGAL NOTICE8. 1U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDINO TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
Till: TKItlUfi'llY OF HAWAII, lT
Marston C'ninpbell, Superlntcuilent
of Piddle Works, Plaintlll and Peti
tioner, vs. ISAHDI.LA II. WOODS;
PAI.MF.U PAItKHIt WOOIW and
Mtll.l.ti: WOODS, his wife; MARY
Al.lli: Itl.FKTT and P. W. P.
IILl'KTT, her husband; JAMKU
I'ltAMt W Ol'S mill 12VA WOODS,
his wife; SAMUKL PA UK Kit
WOODS nml HOSH WOODS, bis
wife. MAHDI. ROIIIIUTSON IIUCIC
I.KY and IIHNltY IIKCKI.KY. her
biisl.aiid; MAID WOODS: LUCY
WOODS; It W. SIIINOLi:. KltNKST
WOimilOI'SK and AI.I.KN W. T.
HDTTOMI.KY, Trustees under tho
Will of James Ight, deceased;
KOIIAI.A RANCH COMPANY, I.IM
ITICD. mi Hawaiian t'orporallon bnv
lug Its principal olllco ut Pauline,
District or Kohnla, Island and Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOK, MAl'Y
lull: mid Itlt'UAItl) DDK. unknown
owners und claimants, Defendants
TIIK TKIIHITOItY OF HAWAII:
TO TIIK 111(111 SIIKRII'F of the
Territory of Hawaii, or Ids Dep
uty. YOU AUK COMMANDED to sum
mon ISAHI.'I.I.A II WOODS; PAL
MICIt PARKKR WOODS and MOl.LIB
WOOS. IiIji wife; MAUY AI.ICK
Itl.t'KTT nnd P. W. P lll.UKTT, her
husband; JAMKS FRANK WOODS
and KVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUKL
PAItKKIl WOODS nnd ItOSK WOODS,
his wife; MAIIKL It O II K UTS O N
IIKCKLKY mid IIKNIIY IIKCKI.KY,
her hiisbanil; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SHINOI.K. KUNKST
WODKIIOl'SH nnd AI.I.KN W. T.
IIOTTOMI.KY, Trustees under the Will
ot James Wight, deceased; KOIIAI.A
RANCH COMPANY. I.IMITIID. nn
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal olllce nt Piiuhue, District of Ko
hnla, Island mid Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOU MAUY DOK and HICH
AM) DOK, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants. In case they shall lllo
w rllten answer within twenty days ntier
servlco hereof to be and appear before
ho said Circuit Court ot tho term
thereof pending Immediately after tho
expiration of twenty days after ser
vlco hereof; provided, however. If no
term be pending nt such time, then to
mid appear before tlio said Cir
cuit Court nt the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, tho January 1912 Term
thereof, to bu holden ut tho City nml
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
eighth day of January next, at 10
o'clock a. in., to show caue why Judg
ment of condemnation of the lauds de
scribed In tho petition herein and for
such other relief demanded In the pe
tition should not be awarded lo tho
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Us annexed petition.
Ami have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNKSS tho Ilonorabln Presiding
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, ut Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
day of February, 1011.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON.
(Seal) Clerk. , ffl
KudurseiL' v nM
I,. 7270. Iteg. 3. I'g. 239. Circuit ,. af!
uouri, nni iircuii. Territory or iii"vr
wall. The Territory of ' IIrwhII by.;,.'M
marni.iii i ampoeii, Miiperinif nueni "(Or j r
Public Works. l'lnlntlrr ami Ivtltliii"rr.TU
vs. Isabella II Woods et al., Defend-1
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and Issued February II. 1911. nt 10:5s .' ''.-)
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ed ut I - :io o'clock p. 111., April 13, 1911.
Hubert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orltf,
Tciiltory of Hawaii. ) ,-,.
lily und County of ) ss. ',
Honolulu ) ' ,t
I. Henry Smith. Clerk of Iho Circuit V
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Tef-
rltnry of Hawaii, do hereby certify lira
foregoing to be 11 full, true and correct
copy of tho original summons In (ho ,
ensn or Territory or Hawaii by Mnr-
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Puli.'J
llu Works, vs. Isabella . Woods "et
all as the same remains of record nnd
on lllo lu the olllce of tho Clerk of sold
IN WITNKSS WIIKUKOF. 1 have
hereunto set my n 1 , alllxed lhu1
seal of said Court this "let day "of
""' IIKNIIY SMITH.
Oik. Circuit Court of tho First Jit
illelnl Clrenlt. Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
Oenernl uml Arthur O Smith, Deputy
Attorney Oenernl for the Petlt'loner,
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiolani DullJinq Honolulu,
P. O. Box SOS
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