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EVENINQ.. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, .T., H, MONDAY, JAN.. 22,. 1912.-
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTOI BU3 AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVE!! MEET. ALL
. . STEAMERS -
ANTICIPATING EVERY DEMANDOF
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
i tt ((& . Jt.
Geary Street, above. Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hoiclat very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all ports of city. Electric
omnibus meets alltrains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian, Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts"ABC code.
JJI. Love, Honolulu representative.
The hotel vnhore cleanli
ness, meals and service
have consideration before
everything else. Location
excellent and prices not too
MISS JOHNSON, .
EMMA, Above VINEYARD
PINEAri'LKS AItU IUPENINO ON
TllK PLANTS TEN DOM.AIIS
yVUAl PAY FOR ,A TU'O-D'AY TItIP
THAT INCLUDES JliMN FARE,
j - HOARD AND LODGING AT
DRIVE THIlOUail THE
Rooms mnii, Board
FINE B A T H I N a
W. C. .Bergln. Prop.
Broken lensek repluccd quick nnd
Prokcn frumes, .repaired promptly,
Al N. SANfORD"
t OPTICfAN v "
o'ston Building - Fort Street
! Over Mty t Co.
' Hbnalulit m&ML
Free. Delivery .Within All Reasonable
,1024 KORT 8T,
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATER 'FOUNTAIN y
Hotel 8irett at end of Bethel
Stocked with' "New 'Druge
, , n
w y jv
THE MOST EXACTING QUEST.
OFFICE OF TlIK THKASUIlKtl OF
TllK TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
NOTICE TO VETERINARIANS.-1
III accordance with Act 71 ot tho Son
Ion Ijiws of 1011) entitled "An Act to
Regulate tho Practice of Veterinary
..Medicine, Surgerynnd Dentistry In the
Territory of Hawaii," notice is hereby
given that all persons practising or In
truding to practise vctorlnary medicine,
surgery or dentistry In the Territory
of Hawaii, shall make application to
the Treasurer of tho Territory for a
license to so practise.
Surh application must be accompa
nied by tho sum of Ten Dollars (J10.00),
(P. O. Money Orden-ln favur ofitho
Trrimurrrl. niton rt-cclnt, of whlcllifur
---- . ,.. , !
wicr instructions win uo mancji-xu liiu
applicant, i ,'
D, L. CONKLING.;
Treasurer' of tthelTerrltoryi
L Shoe Co., Ltd.-
Hli8:FO'rtT:BTnHETT PHONE ilCU
it , t :; t
llcrelinilu HirwliHVtiir Nuuauu
IIOMILULir, II. X,
Jiyiejiliniie I(Ml.. '
lVimled: Flftr more deronilcil
nutOH for tlir" Floral Pnrndc Oct In
Hue for tlio blggc.t caruirul ol uil.
1 ' 4 t ,!,.,' I
J .UMtlMSMMM,Utl U t
D N -,- t rr
IS A SUCCESS
Tim rnund-tho-lsland nuto bus ex.
piiHlnn nt flin Plllilln Hprvlrn Ahancln.
luit yesterday was nn -unbounded suc-i1"
cess 'und -will be repented next Satur
'day, Twenty-flvo visiting tourists
from every part of tho world enjoyed 1 ty the Loan Fund Commission,
tin, trip, and most of them wish to'l'laccd In a sealed envelopo nddrcsscd
make It ngnln. The nuto bus went otitt
of: schedule time to tho moment 7:30
horn the Public Service rooms. A
cnuplo Hint arrived seven minutes into
iiad to rnco the auto bus up tho Pall
toad, but llnally caught It. Ilauuln
Was reached at 11:30 and Hnlclwa nt 2
p. jn. Tho return f rom' 'itnlelwtt began
ft 3!lfj, and tho party arrived In Ho
nolulu nt five minutes' to six, a llttlo
iihcnd bf schedule time.
' There Is always a waiting list of
thoso who wish to enjoy tho week-end
excursions, and for that reason another
sight-seeing ear seating twelve will bo
fitted up. Tho trip next Sunday will
no to Haunania. Bay, Knko Head and
Mnkupuu light. Tho old Hawaiian
crives contnlulng nntlvo hieroglyphics
Will bo visited, ns well ns .tho spouting
horn that 'cnds n gclser sixty feet Into
tho nlr. Somo of tho party will utlllzo
tho benches, where the finest body surf.
Ing wave's In tho Islands four In; 'olli-
crs will go land shelling, others ex-
oloro the craters, nnd some irinke' a trln
to Ttabblt Island. Doth auto bus nnd
t.ll..t.n ...III t.n In ........ ..!....,.. ' lnl.
U.t.JilV. ,,,,, I.U ,11 lUllltlllBSUWIt ,U IIIAV
care of the "excursionists. Tho 1'ublla
Scrvco will provide the lunch, and the
cost of the day will bo $2.50. Tho ex
cursions are becoming' moro and moro
popular, mid the tourists nro now giv
ing tho Public Service good hdvlco' as
to ihoiv' the'y'should' 'io conlluct'eil rind
Just whut thu tourist wishes to see.
Iteport Cnso of Mr. It. Orlincs, Clear
I.uke, Vls.--u well developed 'case, al
iiumen nearly twenty-flvo per cent.
loss In weight Incapacitated, could
hardly get around. Treatment changed
and put on Itrmil Comp. Feb. 12, 1909--betwecn
six, nnd seven weekscforo Im
provement was noted, Caso beean to
respond about 'tho s,cvciitl) week (m-
provement thereafter steady. On, Aue.
18, 1909, Dr. Goodwin reported,, the last
iracq oi uiuumcn uau uisappcareu.
ecpipinver ,i. uy, aim not aiuumcn
nnui patient IcfllnK so well that tho
Ubovo , report was sent In voluntarily,
' The ngent employed In tho above caso
Whs- Fulton's Rennl Compound. 'Whero
It, ip iidmlrdstcrcd licforo, tlio jicart has
broken, down and there Is still ijecuper
ntlvo' povcr. Chronic Drlght's Disease,
pvcji Jn .Its inpst stubborn ,and sup"-
iiosed Incurahlo forms, commonly
yields, nnd iihyalclana uro moro and
moro OUcardlnc; futile DLetalls, Xltro
Glycerine, Hnsham's Mixture, etc., un
der which tho deaths have doubled, and
uro saving lives with this treatment.
Tho new emollient treatment, Ful
ton's Renal Compound, can bo had Ii
your city nt all druggists.
Wo desire every patient to write us
who Is not noting, tho usual Improve
ment by tho third week. LItcraturo
mulled free. Jno. J. Fulton Co., 61B
ilnttcry St., San Francisco, Cal. Wo
Invito correspondence, wlht physicians
who havo obstlnalo .cases.
MEMORIAL WIDOWS ARE
I PLACED -IN CATHEORAU
'Two iriotriorlnl windows have been
placed 'In' St. Andrew's, cathedral this
month lnnd dedicated ibyl.Rlshon Res.
tijrlck, Thenervlccln connection with
the first oneiwero held nn January 4
and those .for tho second on January
'I tic nrat window, showing "Tho
Transfiguration,'.! was placed -dn .tlio
cathadralilniineinoryiot the lata 'John
Owcri Uomlnls, by his widow, Queen
Ljlluokalanl. Mr. JJomlnls was born
In 1832 and dlnd In 1 Q'l1 ti,. .-.
vices were .conducted In .tho preuciicu
oi wucen ,L,niuoKalanl, Mr. and. Mrs. C.
K Iaukoii, JJr.tand Mrs.' John A. Dom-
Inls, Mrs. Oullck and 'Mrs. Mnrta.,
The second window waB erected to
tlio memory of "II. It. II. Kaluianl
bprn Ofctobor 10, 1875, lind died March
6, 1809." It -wns placed there by her
futhor nnd the' subject Is that ot
Christ blessing the llttlo 'children.
Those 'present were relatives and
frljjnds of the Princess and Mr. Cleg-
norn nnuMncluaed Mrs'.- Cleghorn, Mr,
und Mrs-. P. T. Cleghorn, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Ii. Iloyd, Mri'nnd Mrs. J. E. Jaeger,
eiisB uuonncu, miss lloyd. nnd M ss
Jjotli wlndiws ure from the' famous
jlluillo'of iMessrs. Clayton und Roll,
Dunoon... iiiei samo llrm hus put In
eomoeautliiiliwlmlows- in Windsor
PREACHES FIRST' SERMON
AS' ASSOCIATE PASTOR
Jiov. A. A. Ebersole preached his
first sermon as associate nastor In
Central Union church yestorday morn-
ingj and that' his recent elovutlon from
usslstiint minister to ussoclato was
a (lopular' move' by.ithe' church -waa
evidenced by the, Iurg8 crowd In at
Hoitookas his sonnon ('The Gia
ciousness of Jesus" nnd dwelt tion
tho, ninny ovhlenoes' of Ibndornessnild
iwiiKillty (if tho'MnstcH'In.the Now
Tcstninont The ehnlr. music" was es
pecially beautiful yesterday.
Healed proposals will bo received by
tlicl.oim Fund Commission of the City
und County ot Honolulu, up to' 13
o'cln.-.k nr,on of Saturday, February 3,
A. D 1M2, nt the'offlcotof T. II. Petrle,
Secretary,- corner Fort and Merchant
Streets, Honolulu, lor the construction
of a Reinforced Concrcto School Build
" 2" Street,. between Kcuwe and
Coral Streets, Honolulu,
Proposals Khali bo on forms furnish'
T. II. petrici secretary, unupiainiy
marked on tho .outsider "Proposal for
Pohukulna School Building.
All proposals- MiulI bo 'Accompanied
by u certified check as pruvldcd-for In
the specifications, for n sum equal to
II Vo (6) per .cent, of tho amount of
Tho Commission reserves tho right
to reject nny and all bids and to waive
Plans, specifications and forms may
be had ipon application to II. L. Korr,
Architect of' tho Commission, rooms
312-314 McCnndlcss llulldlng, Honolulu.'
A deposit of Ten Dollars .(tlO.OO) wMl
bo rctilred-on cuch set of plans and
' ' ANDREW ADAM8,i
Chairman,' .Loan Fund Commission;
City and County of Honolulu,
- , B136-10t
Sealed 'irt-oopsnls will bo received by
the Loan Fund Commission of thoiClty
und County 'of Honolulu, un' to 12
'o'clock noon of Saturday,' February 3,
A. D. 1912, nt tho olllco of T. H. Po
trie, corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
Honolulu, for tlio construction of neon
crcto and frnmo School llulhling, nt
Koko Head und Wulnluo Avenues, Kul
PiopOsals shall bo un forms furnish
ed by the Iian Fund Commission, nnd
placed In u scaled envelopo addressed to
T. 11. Petrle. Secretary, plainly mark
Cil on tho outside, "Proposal for LIU
uoKiilanl School lluliulngj
...Ml proposals shall bu accompanied
by u certified check us provided. for In
tholspcclllcutlous, for u sum count to
flvo. (f.) per cent, of tho uniount ot
.Tho Commission reserves tho right
to reject nny and all bids and to waive
Plans, specifications nnd proposal
forms may ho hnd upon application to
J. II. Craig, Architect of tho Commis
sion, union mrcci, Honolulu.
A deposit of Ten ($10.00) Dollars will
lie i required kon each set of'plant, and
' ' ANDREW ADAMS,
Chairman, Lo.uk FuniL,CDtnnjh!son.
City und County of Honolulu,
' L. . .... !
Honolulu Drawing 4' Matting Company,
Tlio mutual meeting ot the stockhold
ers of tho Honolulu Urcwlng& Malt
ing 'Company, Limited,, will bo.hcld ut
tho ofllco ot tho company ut No. 531!,
Queen street, Honolulu, Ouhu, on the
30th day of January, 1912, ut the hour
of 10 o'clock u. in.
'lly orcUr of tho president.
W. C. PAItKK,
'Tho stock books of tho Honolulu
Brewing & Malting Company, Limited,
will bo closed to transfers from Jan-
JUary 20, 1912. to January 30, 1912, botil
W. C. PAItKE,
ELECTION OF OFFICER8-
At a meeting ot tho stockholders of
August Drelcr, Limited, held at tho
olllco of F. A. Schncfcr & Company,
Limited, on Frlduy, January 19, 1912,
thu following olllctrs' wero elected to
fc'erve during the ensuing yean
Mr. F. A, Schacfer.. President
Mr. Cecil Ilrown ...Vico-PreBldcnt
Mr. II, M. von Holt Treasurer
Mri J. w. Wuldron ,.... Secretary.
Audit Company of Hawaii..,. Auditors
Tho directors elected to servo dur
ing tho same period being Mr:- V, 'A.
Schaefcr, Mr. II. M. von Holt, Mr. Cecil
Ilrown, Mr; II. Foclte, Mr. J. W. Wuld
ron. J. W. WALDRON.
Secretary, August Drelcr,, Limited.
Honolulu,- January 19, 1912.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.'
Beginning February 1 next, a switch
ing charge of 10 cents for each and
every completed call will bo made for
lung-dlstaucu 'inoasagea- between tho
company's city byutcm und tho tele
phones connected with the country
lines beyond the' Pall.
Honolulu, January 17, 1912.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.,'LTD.
Dy F. O. HUMMEL,
C13Ctt. " Manager.
CIOAIt SOW So
M: A. GUNST & CO. Agents
" Helping Olottoluln to n 'hundred.
help the Floral runide next February,
BY AUTHORITY. '
Scaled proposals will bo received by
tho Loan Fund Commission of tho City
and County of Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noon of Saturday February 3,
1912,. at tho oftlco of T. II. Petrle, cor
ner Fort nnd Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for tho hauling of npproxlntatcly
14,000 cubic yards ot rock; said, rock
to bo cither of a slzo broken ready for
crushing, or tho crushed rock, nt tho
option 'Of the Commission, from a
uuarry slto 'situate In Wnlkaknlaua
gulch approximately 1000 feet ubovo the
crushing plant ot tho Hawaiian Dredg
lng Company, Ltd., to the government
rcind crossings of tho Wnlplo nnd Lel
leliua branches of tho O. It. & I Co.
tracks, mid the' furnishing and laying
of the necessary switches and sidings;
rock to be loaded and unloaded by
Delivery shall bo mado In such auan
titles as the engineer shall dccldo will
best facilitate tho work. Tho output of
the crusher being approximately .10
vfMa yards per hour.
. Payment for liuullngi rocic win no
blade at the end of each calendar month
Lfor tho amount ot rock hauled during
'Knch bidder shull.stato In his pro
posal tho amount per cubic yurd fur
which ho will furnish tho necessary
equipment nnd haul the ruck from tho
luurry slto" to tho points xpeclltcd.
Proposals shall lo" on forms furnish
ed by tho Commission;
Proposals shall, bo. In a healed enve
lope, addressed to T. 11. Petrle, Secre
tary of the Loan Fund Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu, and
plainly marked on the outside, "Pro
posal for the hauling of rock from Va
Iknkalaua Gulch to Government road
crossings of tho Wulplo und Lcllehua
branches on the O. It. & L. Co.'s track,
Alp proposals .shall bo accompanied
by a ccrtlllcdrcheck for u suniicuual to
live per cent ot the amount of tho pro
Tho successful bidder, should a con
tract bo awarded, will bo required to
furnish n bond In tho amount ot fifty
per cent (60) of tho amount bid, with
sureties subject to tho approval ot the
This bund' will be for tho purposo of
guaranteeing each nnd every condition
und obligation on tho part of tho Con
tractor ns may appear In tho Articles
Only Territorial Corporations or
Surety .Companies, may bo submitted
ns bondsmen, ,
Tlio, Commission reserves tho .right,
toTcJcctnny oriillblds. .. .
Specifications and Forms of Proposal
may ho. had upon application, to,.0. II
Gere, Engineer, .l.onii.U'und. Commis
sion, room 10 Mclntyro Uulldlng, Ho
" ANDIIKW ADAMfJ.
Chairman,, Lonn Fund .Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu.
Scaled proposals wll bo received by
tho .Loan. Fund Commission of tho City
and County ot Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, Fobruary 3,
1912, at tho olllco of T. 11. Petrle, cor-
per Fort and Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for tho construction ot flfty-llvo
thousund, II vo hundred nnd twenty-four
und three-tenths lineal feet (CJ.524.3'),
or ten and fifty-two hundredth miles
(10.52), of highway, designated as Sec
tion 2, Oahu licit Iload, and extending
from tho end of tho present macudit
mlzcd road in Wulalua District, through
Wulanae Uka and Wnlplo Districts, to
tho macadamized road at Klpapa Gulch
In tho District of Walplo, City, and
County of Honolulu,
Proposals shall, be on forms furnish
ed by the Commission.
Euch bidder (.ball stato In his pro
1. A specified sum for which ho will
tumlslr all labor, tools nnd material,
except us specified to, be, furnished by
tho City and .County lot Honolulu and
the Loan Fund Commission, necessary
to complete the work In accordance
with the plans ami 'specifications.
,2. Tho time, within which' ho- will
agree to comploto the work.
Proposals shall be In sealed, enve
lope, uddresscd to T. II. Petrle, Secre
tary ot tho Loan Fund Commission,
City und County, of Honolulu, and
plainly marked on tho outside, "Propo
sal for the' Construction ot Section 2,
6ahil Belt iload."
1 All proposals shall bo accompanied
liy a certified check, as provided tor In
the specifications, for a sum eipuul to
five per cent (5) ot tho amount of
The Commission reserves tho right
to reject any'and all bids, and to walvo
Plans, Specifications, and Forms can
be had on application to tho Engineer
of' the Commission, Itoom 10, Mclntyro
Building, A deposit ot Ten. Dollurs
(110.00). will be required) oneach sot
of plans and specifications.,
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City, and County of .Honolulu.
O. F, 8. 8IERRA.
Notice Is hereby given that'tha S
S. Sierra will sail from this port Feb
ruary 8, 1912, Instead of February 7,
and on return trip will sail from San
Francisco Fobruary 16, bringing her
here the morning not the 22nd of .Feb
ruary In season to pee tho nnnunl
c. nnwwmv & co,' i.imh d),'
Agents,. Ocft-mlo. Steamship Co,
THK UNITED STATIJS DIS
TRICT COURT FOR THU TElt-
ltlTORY OF HAWAII.
THE' UNITED BTATKS OF AMKtl-
ICA, PlnlntlitV vs. PEPEEM.u
SUGAR COMPANY, ct nl., De
fendants. Action bruught In
said District Court, nnd tho
Petition lllcd In tho olllco of
tho Clerk of Biild District Court,
THE I'MKSIDIiNT OF TIIEUN1TED
PEPEtiKEO SUGAR COMPANY, n
corporation existing under and
by virtue of tho laws of tho Ter
rltory of Hawaii: LEE HONU:
JOHN LEE HONG, JAMES LEE
HONG, MARY LEE IIONO nnd
SARAH LEE HONG, unknown
holrs nt law ot LEU HONG, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONOJ WIL
LIAM AKONG, HENRY AKONG,
LUCY AKONG nnd JANE
AKONG, unknown heirs nt law
of MARY AKONG, deceased:
JULIA II. AFONO; EMMEL1NE
M. MAGOON; MARIE K. HUM
PHRGYS: JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE, ill. 'RlGaS; J MARV
CATHERINE AFONO: ALICE
O. HKNSHALtl; MARTHA M,
DOUGHERTY?' HENRIETTA P.
DURNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
ER: 11EATIIICE MELAINE
BREWSTER: ANTHONY C,
AFONO 1l ALBERT F. AFONO;
ABHAM II. AFONOjt AH SIIEU
AFONO:. CHARLES AFONO,
THOMAS ,A F O N Oi , CLARA
AFONO nnd HOSE. AFONO, un
kno wn, holrs, nt lnwtof .Alii LINO
AFONO, deceased; and JAMES
BROWN, JOHN BLACK, ,1IEN
HY WHITE, GEORGE SMITH.
MARY JONES, MARUARET
MILLS, .HELEN H1LO and
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
ers und claimants.
You nro hereby directed to appear
nnd, unswer the Petition in ru cctlnu
entitled ns above,, brought against you
In the .United, Statea District' Court,
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twehty days from und after service
upon you ot a ccrtlllod.copyof Plain
tiff's. Petition liorcln, together with u
certified copy ot this Summons.
And you aro hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
abovo required, tlio said Plaintiff will
tako Judmeiit'of dolidemliulloli otltlie
lands" described in tho Petition heroin
auditor nny other relief demanded In
tho. Petition'. ' ' i.
WlfNESS THE HONORABLE SAN-
DOLE and THE HONOR-
XbLE. 'ti HA UX'E SI'K. "CI.EMONS,
Judges of' said District 'Court, ithls
3Stti day of October, In "tho year of
ou'r'.Ldrd oiio' 'th'iliisand nine hundred
(iiiilt eleven Unit ot the iudependonce
nt ,11a llnll.i i!..,nn 11. nnn It.fn.lrA.l
anil"tlirrty-Blitll. '' i '-.' '
1 (Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
; ; Clerk.'
"No. 79, UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Torrl
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA VB. PE
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY et
nl. SUMMONS. ROBERT W.
BRECKONS, United. States
THE UNITED STATES OF
Territory of Hawaii,
City1 of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. E. MURI'HBY, Clork ot
United States District Court for
Territory und District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify tho foregoing to bo a
full, true nnd correct copy of the
original Summons in thb case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VB.
PEPEBKEO SUGAR COMPANY ct
ul.', 'as tho samo, remains, ,of record
and on file in the ofllco ot tho Clerk
ot said District 'Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto sdt 'my hand and' nfllxcd tho
Beal) ot said District Court this ICtli
day ot Novombar, A. D. 1911,
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States DIs-
(Snal) trlct Court, Territory ot
Dy F. L. DAVIS,
508a 3m lid
8TOP PAYING RENT
A. H. D0NDER0,
B3 MERCHANT ST.. PHONE 2553
$500 ',to $16,000
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI, LAND CO.
OLIVER Q. LAN'S
n B0, Merchant Street
; , Cookvfi i.C
i. WithlUAO "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER.
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY Or- nunuuuLu,
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Marston Campbell, aupcriiuciiuciu
of Public Works, Plaintiff und Peti
tioner, VS. ISABELLA 1L WOODS;
PALMER PARKEH WOODS and
MOLI.1E WOODS, Ills Wife; MARY
AI.ICB BLUETT nnd P. W. P.
BLUETT, her husband; JAMES
FRANK WOODS nnd EVA WOODS,
his wlfel SAMUEL P AUK Ell
WOODS anil ROSE WOODS. Ids
fo; MABEL ROBERTSON HECK
LEY und HENRY HECKLEY. her
husband; MAUD WOODS: LUCY
WOODS; R. W. SHINGLE, ERNEST
WODEHOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under tlio
Will f Jumci Wight, deceased:
KOIIALA RANCH COMPANY, L1M
1TED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal ofllco at Puuhiio,
District of Kohnlii, Island Nnnd Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MAVY
DOE nnd RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners nnd claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII;
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF of the
Territory of lluwall, or his Dep
YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS nnd MOLLIE
WOODS, his wife! MARY ALICE
BLUETT nnd P. W. P. BLUETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
Wild EVA WOODS, Ills wlfq;, SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS nnd nOSE WOODS,
Ills wlto;, MABEL BOBERTHON
HECKLEY und HENRY HECKLEY,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS! It. W. SHINGLE, ERNEST
WODEHOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the Will
ot Jamei Wight, deceased: KOIIALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, all
Hawaiian Corporation having ItK prin
cipal ofllce at Puuhue, District of Ko-
hahi. Island and Territory of Hnwall;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE nnd RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners and claim
ants', defendants,, In case they shall fllo
written answer within twenty days after
servlco hereof to bo and appear before
the said Circuit Court at tho term
thereof pending Immediately after tho
expiration of twenty days after ser
vice hereof; provided, however, If no
term lo pending at such' time, then' to
be and appear before tho said1' Cir
cuit, Court lit tlio next, succeeding term
thereof, to wit, tlio January 1912 Term
thereof, to bo holden at tho City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
eighth day ot January next, ut 10
o'clock a. in., to show causo why Judg
ment of condemnation of the lands de
scribed In tho petition herein mid fur
such other relict de'munded In' tho pe
tition should not bo awarded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its nnnoxed petition.
And havo you, then thero tills Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honornblo Presiding
Judge ot tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, ut Honolulu. nforcsald, this 11th
day of February, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
L. 7276... Itcg. 3. Tg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Territory of Ha
wall. The Territory of llawull by
Marston Cumpbell, Superintendent ot
Publle .Work.. Plulntllt and .Petitioner,
vs. Isabella, II. Wooilstot al., Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition. Filed
and Issued February 11, 1911, ut 10:58
n. in., J. A. Thompson, Cleric- Iloturn
cd nt 1:30 o'clock p. m., April 13, 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal, Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of lluwall, do hereby certify the
foregoing to bo u full, truo and correct
copy of tho original summons In tho
cnso, of .Territory' of Hawaii by Mar
ston, Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, ye. Isabella II. Woods ot
al, as tho samo remains pf record nnd
on file In the ofllco of tho Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hund and alllxcd thn
seal of said Court this 21st day ot
"ul HENRY SMITH,
Clerk, Circuit Court of tho First Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of lluwall.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
General, nnd Arthur-a. Smith, Deputy
Attorney General, for tho Petitioner.
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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