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IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILER3 OF
LADICS, CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OR IN SAN FRAN
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MAONIN'3.
TW7E show at all times the most
" exclusive assortment of Ladies',
Children's, and Infants' Wear at
popular prices. MAGNIN'S quality
represents the best make, finish, and
GRANT AVE. AND GEARY ST.
Deary Strcet,abovo Union Square
European Plan $1.C0 a 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
ferrin!; to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets oil trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
at Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC rode.
J. II. Love, Honolulu representative.
The hotel where cleanli
nuts, meals and service
have consideration before
everything else. Location
excellent and prices not too
EMMA, Abovo VINEYARD
PINEAPPLES AIHJ HIPKNINO ON
THE PLANTS TUN DOLLARS
WILL PAY FOR A TWO-DAY TRIP
THAT INCLl'DES TRAIN FAHH.
HOARD AND LODClING- AT
AND A DRIVE THROUOlt
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
Ihbken lenses replaced quick nnd
Hjierlnl lenses ground to order.
Ilrnki-n frnmna repaired promptly.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street
, Over Miy & Co.
Hpnolulu Drug Co.
Free Delivery Within Alt Reasonable
1024 FORT ST. TELEPHONE 1364
'NEW DRUG STORE
HAVVAJI DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end' of Bethel
, Well' Stocked wllh"NewDrugi and
V " JV , pi
DAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
The undersigned, II. C Carter, 8. A.
Walker mid Harry Armltage, all of Ho
nolulu, City iiml County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, hereby give notice
that on tbc L'nd day of Janunry, 1912.
they formed n Special Partnership
Under the name of HAltHV AUMI-
TAtlU & COMPANY. I.tMITIJI), for
the transaction of u stock and bond
brokerage business nt No. t9 Merchant
Sheet. Honolulu. 11. C. Carter, resld
Ingnt Nn. 17IU Niiuami Street, Honolulu,
and 8 A. WalUer, residing nt No. 2:11:1
Nmiiimi Street, Honolulu, are rienernl
Partners In said linn, and llariy Ar
mltage. lesldlug at No. 330 Itolirnn
Ume. Honolulu, Is Sneol.il Partner
therein. The said partnership com
menced on the Slid day of January,
1UU'. mid will continue thereafter ns
Inns; li" the same Is mutually iigroeable'
to the (leueral Partners.
Riled January !, 1912.
II. C. CARTER.
S. A. WALKER.
fit;fl-jin. fl, in, 23, :so; Feb. o.
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort, Street
1ICS KORT STREET
Regal Shoo Store,
1 ' if
IIAX.A1 !SIIi: riTOItt:
llcrclaiilii Street, .Near Nuiiuuu
IIOMIl.UM', II.- T.
Orders recently iRSiied from tho Dp-.
pattment of Hnwnll effecting tlio nm-.inii
bllcnrmy, me ns follows:
unpin n unnr es A. uiaru, ypav. Ar-
tlllery Corps. Fori linger, II. T In
el.nrgo of fire control liiHtallntl.m In
the AHlllorv District of lloiinltiln. will
make not to exceed one Mult per
month, during tlio remainder of tlio
litt'sent fiscal year, to Forts Kamcliii
luelni, Armstrong nnd Do HusRy, II.
. 7 . : - i
T., on official business pertaining to
Rilcli Insinuation, returning nfler each
v I k 1 1 to his proper Htntlon.
Klrsl Clans Private Fredrlrh W. SI.
beck, Company (1, 2d Hattnllnii of En
gineers, Kort Do Hussy, II. T., In
slrnnferrod ns a Private to Cnuiiianv
I, 2d Infantry. Ho will proceed I)
Fort Shorter, II. T nnd reimrt iimi1i
nrrlvnl to the commanding olllcer of
tlm company to wlilrh Iransforied, for
Muslcln I.oiiIb Plttlusky, Company
I, 2d Infantry, Kort Hliafter, II. T Is
transferred as a Second Class Piivnto
to Company (1, 2d Ilaltallon of Engi
neers. He will procceil to Kort Do
Hussy, II. T., and report upon arrival
to Hie commanding olllcer of the com
pany to which transferred, for duty.
Under nuthorlly of the Secretary of
War. dated Urcuiuht-r 21, 1911. tlio
coniuiiilntlnu of milmlxlcnro niltlinrlz-
oil o be Paid to tlio followltiK enllxt-
cil men on duty, under competent or
ders, In this department, Ih lncreaned
ftotll "lie per day to $1.00 per day,
from date of said authority.
rout ConmiliiKnry SerKoaut .lumen
Collins, U. S. Army; lt Clasa Sur-
Keant William Groat, SlKiinl Corps, U.
S. Army: Scicouiit Jllllard ,M. Hani
well. Troop (l, nth V. S. Cavalry; Pri
vate Kdward .1. Nicholson, llatterv 1'
1st Meld Attlllciy; Private Henry II
Norman, Troop c, stii u. S. Cavalry.
Under authority hont Ilciiilquarlprs,""1""""' Hclmol ltiillillu
weslcin Imlslnu, dtiled December :io,
Hill, rommtttatlon of rations will b'
paid to Ordnance Scrsonnt Henry K
kurt, (1. S. Army, uhllo on duty at
Fort Kaiuehanioha, II. T an uiiKiir
rlsnneil post, at tlio ralo of 7.'i cents
per day hum December 1 to Decem
ber 20, 1'JII, and ?l.w per day from
December 21, l'Jll. (1!i:i.'i, I). II.)
Leave of absence for two months, to
take oilect on or about Mutcli 12, 1!H2.
is granted Chaplain James F, Houli
han, r.lh Cavalry, Scholleld llarrnchs,
Under tlio piovlslons of (icnernl Or
ders, No. ", War Department, Hill, the
division or tltnn hetweeu the garrison
nnd field training peilods for mobllo
Hoops Is proscribed as. follows:
Harrison trnliiiii; period, Novnmbor
1 to March 31.
Fluid training period, April 1 to Oc
Under the provisions of Ooneral Or
ders No. 22!t, War Dcpaitmetit. 1010,
tho llmlllnc dales for periods of In
struction of Coast Artillery troops nro
prcscniiea ns follows:
indoor Instruction, December 1 to
Outdoor Instruction, April 1 to No
Tho exact location of the proposed
navy wlrclcca station for which an
apprnpilntlnn nf $200,)0 has Just been
tcriired. Is In doubt, according to oil!
cers nt the local yard. It Is not known
whether tho station, with lis lofiv
aerials, ollleo nnd operatluK IiiiIIiIIiikh
and iinarlcrs, will bo erected at the
i'e:iri Harbor naval reservallon, or on
Illsbop's point, Just iiluivo Waterlown,
whero the Navy Dcparttnont has n
slx-acio reservntlott. If tho latter
place is chosen tho oxpenso of con-
(.miction will ho greater, ns It will
bo. necessary () huliil boat lamlliiKs
and n road from tho point to tho na
Mil station, for which n right of wny
would luivo tn lio acquired by con
demnation or .'purchase. However,
conditions tit nishop's point nro said
to be hetler for wlrtss work, and
as tho now station Is deslcned tn hn
ono of ho most powerful In tho ser
vice. It Is Improbable that tho Riivnrn
mont will Btlclc tit n few dollars, add
ed cost If the ciiKlucers report In fav
or ot lilsliop'B point slto.
Tho HawallnnDiedKliifi Co. Ih Mill
wnrklnK bu sections C and 13 or tho
Pearl Harbor channel, and tbo Inblinn
"ot been accepted by tho envornniput
ns yet. It will probably bo n weel:
before tho contractors luivo scraped
away tho last hle.li, Bpot,
It rosts hut a few dollars; to dec
ornlo n rnr for tlio l'lornl I'lirnde.
Ami, It helps make Honolulu nolcj
the. uorld oicr.
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
BUY A LOT IN
nCAUTIFUl HEALTHS! L.
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
OLIVER G. LANBINQ
80 Merchant Street
Sealed proposals will bo received by
the I.nii Fund Commission ot tbc City
nnil County of Honolulu, u) to 12
cco, k i.con or Saturday, February 3,
A tl 1 12, nt tha otllce of T. II. Petrle,
Secretary, corner Fort nnil Merclimit
Streets, Honolulu, for tbo construction
of n Reinforced Coneretu Scliool Uulld-
,, Snd street, between Kcnwe nnd
Coral Streets, Honolulu.
., .,, ,, ,m ,,, f.lrnIMi-
,, . , , ,. , . i
crt tllu 1-0J" 1"a Commission,
I'hiced 111 a scaled envelope addressed
to T. 11. l'etrle, Secretary, nnd plainly
marked on tlio outside, "Proposal for
I'oliuknlun Heliool Hillldlng."
All proposals shall bo uccompanleil
by n cerlllled cheek ns provided for In
tbo speculations, for n sum equal to
Ilvo (S).per cent, of tbo amount or
Tbo CnmmlsKlnn reserves tlio rlsht
to reject uny nnd till bldi and to waive
Plans, siiecirtcntlons nnd forms may
be bad upon nppllcntlon to II. I Kerr,
Architect of the I'nniinlsrion, rooms
312-314 MrCntiilless IliilblliiK, Honolulu.
, deposit of Ten Dollars (J10.00) will
bo required nn nub set of plans and
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City and County of Honolulu.
Senled proopsnls will be received by
the J.oan Fund Commission of tlio City
and County of Honolulu, up to 12
iiVIimI; noon of Halurday, February 3,
A. I). 11)12, lit the ollleo of T. II. Po-
trie, corner Fort ami Merchant Streets,
Honolulu, for the construction of it con
crete and frame School HullilliiR lit
Knko Head and Wiilalim Avenues, Kal
Prnpionls Khali be on forms furnish
ed by the Loan I'iiiiiI ('oiiimlsslon, and
placed In n sealed envelope addressed to
T. II. Petrle. Secretary, plainly mark
ed on the outside, "Proposal for I.III-
All nrniMiMilM shall bo ncroiminnled '
iv n certified cheek ns provided for In
tlm speelllciitlons, for it sum eipial to
II vn IV" m.r rent, of the amount Ot
The Commission reserves the rlfthl
to reject any nnil all bids and to waive
Plni.s, specifications and proposal
forms may be had upon nppllcntlon to
J. II. Crlili?, Architect of tlm Commis
sion, Union Street, Honolulu.
A deposit of Ttn (tto.Oll) Dollars will
be required on each set of plans nnd
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City nnd. County of tlonolulu.
Sealed lenders will be received at tlio
ollleo of the Maul Loan Fund Commis
sion, Wallukii, Maul, until in a. in.,
I'dneKilay, January 31, 1!I12, for fur
lilshlnK pipe and (ItthiKS tn.be delivered
on Kiihiilul Wharf.
Specifications nnd list of pipe nnd
llttlnirs required, mid other Information,
may be had upon application to F. K.
Harvey, secretary, Makawao, Maul,
TeiubrH to bu based upon tho qunn
tlty stated, but tbn Maul Loan Fund
Commission will not bind Itself to pur-
chase the whole or any particular part
of Hie quantities stated; nnd reserves
the rlKht to reject nny and all bids.
Tenders must be made on forms fur-
llhheil by the Maul Loan Fund Com
mission, and nccompaiiled by n certl-
Hid check In amount equal tn ti',' of tho
F. li IIAUVKV.
M3R Jan. 19, 23. 2(1.
OFFICIJ OF TIII5 THHASIJHKH of
TIIF. TCRHITOHY OF HAWAII.
NOTICE TO VETERINARIANS.
In iiecordanco with Act 71 of tho Scs
Klon Uuvs of 1911, entitled "An Act to
IlcKiilutn the Practice of Veterinary
Medicine, Surtjcry nnil DcntlBtry In tho
Territory ot Hnwnll," notice Is hereby
Klven that nil persons practising or In-
tendhiK to prnctlso veterinary medlclni
Kiirwery or dentistry In tho Territory
of Haw-all, shall mako application to
tho Treasurer of the Territory for a
license, to so practise.
Such application must be uccnmpn
tiled by tbo sum of Ten Dollars ( 10.00),
(I1. O. Money Order In favor of tho
Tn usurer), upon receipt of which flir-
tber Instructions will bo mailed to tho
D. U CONKLINO,
Treasurer of tho Territory,
Sealed Tenders wtll bo received by
tho Superintendent ot Public Works
up until 12 in. of Thursday, February
ft, 1912, for constructing part of the
Paiiawnlkaala road, Piipukea-Pnumalii
Homesteads, In Koolatiloa, Oabu, Inne
corilnncu with tho plans and spcclllcn
Plans, specifications nnd blank pro
posals nro on lllo In tlio ollleo of the
Superintendent of Public Works, Cap
lt! llullilliifT. Honolulu.
Tho Superintendent of I'ublle Works
reserves tlm right to reject nny or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, January 22, 19V2.
Helping Honolulu, tn n hundred,
tliuusiinil population means partly to
help the l'lornl Parade next February,
Senled proposals will be received by
the Loan Fund Commission of tho City
and County of Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, February 3,
11)12, nt tho oltlce of T. II. l'etrle. cor
ner Fort nnd Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for the linullnir of approximately
14,000 cubic yards of rock; said lock
to bo either of u size broken ready fur
crusbliiK, or the crushed rock, nt the
option of the Commission, from a
ittarry site sllunto In Wiilkiilmtiiun
Kiilch approximately 1C00 feet nbovo tlm
crushing plant of the Iliiwnllnn Drcdtf.
lni; Coinpany, Ltd., to tlm Rovernment
road .crosshiRS of the Wnlplo and Let
lehua blanches of the I). It. & I.. Co,
tracks, and tho furnlshliiB nnd laylnit
of the necessary switches nnd slilliiiis;
rock to bu loaded and unloaded by
Delivery shall bo mndo In such iiunn
titles as the engineer shall decldu will
best facilitate tho work. Tho output of
tho crusher bclnc npproxlinalely HI
coble yards per hour.
Payment for linullnir rock will be
made nt the end of each calendar month
for tho nmoiiiit of rock hauled durlni;
liich bidder shall Male In Ills pro
posal tho amount per cubic yard for
which ho will furnish tho necessary
equipment and haul the rock from tho
cpinrry silo In tho points specllled.
Proposals shall he on forms furnish
ed by tho Commission.
Proposals Khali bo In n willed enve
lope, iiddrcssed to T. II. Petrle, Secre
tary of the Loan Fund Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu, nnd
plainly marked on the outside, "Pro
posal for the haiilhiK of rock from Wu
Ikakalati.i Culcb to (loveriimcut road
crosslUKS of Hid Wnlplo and Lellehua
branches on tlm (), It. ,"t L. Co.'s track."
All , proposals Khall.be ncinnipiinlcil
by u cei tilled check for it sum cipinl to
live per cent of tlm nmoiint of tho pro
posal. Tho successful bidder, should n con
tract bo award id, will bo required to
furnish n bmul In the amount of ilfty
Per cent (f.0',0 of tbn ninnunt bid, with
sureties subject to the npproval of tho
This bond will be for tbn purposn nt
guaranteeing each and every condition
nnd ;bllgatlon on the part of tlm Con-
traitor as may uppuir In tho Articles
Only Territorial Corporations or
Surety Companies may ho submitted
Tlm Commission reserves tho right
tn reject any or nil bids.
Speclllcnllons nnd Forms of Proposal
may bo had upon application In (1. II
Here, Knglneer, Loan Fund Commis
sion, room 10 Mclntyro Hulldlng, Ho
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City uml County of Honolulu,
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Loan Fund Ciunmlsslun of the City
nnd ('nuiily of Honolulu up to 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, February 3,
1912, at the otllce of T. 11. Petrle, cor
ner Fort and Merchant Streets, Hono
lulu, for the construction of tlfty-llvn
thousand, live hundred and twenty-four
nnd three-tenths lineal feet ( .r.r..524.3),
or ten uml ilfty-twn hundredth miles
(lO.r.L'), of hlghwuy, designated as Sec
tion ;', Oabu Kelt Road, ami extending
from tbn end of tho present macada
mized rond In Wulalmt District, through
Wnlanae Ukn nnd Wnlplo Districts, to
tho iimcadaml.ed road at KlpapaCulch
In tho District of Wnlplo, City und
County of Honolulu,
Proposals shall bo on forms furnish
ed by tho Commission.
Kaeh bidder shall state In his pro
posal: 1, A specified sum for which ho will
furnish nil labor, tools uml material,
except ns specllleil to bo furnished by
tho City nnd County ot Honolulu nnd
the Loan Fund Commission, necessary
to complete 'tlm work In accordance,
with the plans unci specifications.
2. Tho lime within which ho will
ngreo to complete the work.
Proposals shall bo In sealed enve
lope, iiddressed to T. II, Petrle, Secre
tary of the Loan Fund Commission,
City nnd County of Honolulu, and
plainly marked on tho outside, "Propo
sal for tbo Construction of Section 2,
Oabu Holt Ito.ul."
All proposals Khali bo accompanied
by it certllled check-, as provided for In
Dm speclllcnllons, for it sum equal to
live per cent (5) ot the amount of
Tho Commission reserves the right
to reject uny mid nil bids, und to walvo
Plans, Specifications nnd Forms can
bu had on application to tho Knglneer
ot the Commission, Itoom in, Mclntyro
Hulldlng. A deposit of Ten Dollars
($t0.00) will bn required on oach set
of plans uml specifications.
Chairman, Lnau Fund Commission,
City und County of Honolulu.
O. P. 8. SIERRA.
Notice Is hereby given that the 8
8. Sierra will sail from this port Feb
ruary fl. 1912, Instead of February 7,
and on return trip will sail from San
Francisco February 10, bringing her
here tho morning of tho 22nd of Feb
ruary In sensou tn seo tho annual
C. HHKWKR & CO. (Limited),
Agentu, Oceanic, tHeamahlp Co.
THE UN1TKD STATKH HIS
THIOT COURT FOR TIIF, TKK
KITORY OF HAWAII.
TItn UNITKI) 8TATK3 OF AMI-M
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. Pi'H'F.KKF.O
SUOAIl COMPANY, ct at., Ub
femluiitH. Action brought in
said District Court, nnd tho
Petition Illcd In tho ollleo of
tho Clerk ot said District Court,
THE l'RESIDHNT OF THE UNITED
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY, a
corporation existing under and
by virtue of tho laws of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii; LEE HONCJ;
JOHN LEE 110X0, JAMES LEU
1IONO, MAItY LEE HONO nnd
SARAH LEE HONU, unknown
heirs nt law of LEE llO.Nfl, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONOJ WIL
LIAM AK0N0, HENRY AKONC1,
LUCY AKONO und JANE
AKONO, unknown heirs nt law
of MAItY AKONO, deceased;
JULIA II. AFONO; KMMELINE
M. MAOOON; MAHIH K. HUM
PHREYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE II. HlUtSS; MARY
CATHERINE AKONO: AU1CE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON: HELEN
(1. IIENSHALL; MARTHA M.
DOUailEHTY; HENRIETTA P.
HUHNS; NANCY 1., McSTOUK
E!t; HEATH ICE MELA1NE
HREW8TER: ANTHONY C.
AFONO; AL11KRT K. AFONO;
AHRAM It. AFONO; AH 8IIEU
AFONCl; CHARLES AFONO,
THOMAS AFONO, CLARA
AKONO and HOSE AFONO, un
known heirs nt law of AH LINO
AFONO, deceased; and JAMES
1IHOWN, JOHN 1ILACK. 1IKN
HY WHITE, OEOROE SMITH,
MARY JUNES, MAHflAHET
MILLS. HELEN IULO and
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
cis mid claimants.
You nro hereby directed to appear
nnd answer the Petition In an notion
entitled as above, brought ngalnst you
tn tho United Slates District Court,
for tlm Territory ot Hawaii, within
twenty days from nnd after service
upon you of n certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with it
certllled copy ot this Summons.
And you nro hereby notlllcd that
unless von nnncnr uml answer as
abovo required, the snld PhilutlfT will
tnka judgment of condemnation of the
lands described In tho Petition heroin
and for any other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE I10NOHAHLE RAN
FORD 11. DOLE nnd THE HONOR
AHLE CIIAHLKS F. CLEMONS,
Judges of paid Dlntllct Court, this
2fith day of October, in the year of
our Lord ono thousand nine, hundred
mid eleven nnd of llin Independence.
of the United States tho one hundred
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 711. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tlm Terri
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA VS. I'E
PEKKKO SUOAR COMPANY et
al. SUMMONS. HOI1ERT W.
HHECKONS, United Slates At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OK
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. E. MURPHEY, Clerk ot tlm
United States District Court for tho
Territory nnd District ot Hawaii, do
Iioreby certify the foregoing to ho a
full, true nnd correct copy of the,
original Summons In tho cico of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs.
PEPEEKEO SUGAH COMPANY et
al., as tho saiuo remains nt record
and on Ilia In tho ollleo ot tha Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havu
hereunto set my hand and ulllxcd the
seal or said District Court tills ICtli
day of Novonibor, A. D, l'Jll.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United Stales DIs
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory of
lly V. I-. DAVIS,
COSC 2m lid
i i ' 'J
Honolulu Brewing & Maltinrj Company,
Tlm nnniinl meeting of the stockhold
ers of tlm Honolulu Hrewlng & Malt
ing Company, Limited, will bo held at
tlm oiricu of the company lit No. 535,
queen street, Honolulu, Oabu, on tbo
noth day of January, 1U12, ut llm hour
of 10 o'clock a. in.
lly order of dm president.
W. C. PARKE,
The stock I ks of tlm Honolulu
Hrewlng & Malting Onmpnny, Limited,
will ho closed lo traiisfirs from Jan
uary 20, 1912, to January 20, 1912, both
W. C. PARKE,
NOTICE TO SUDRCRIDER8.
lleglnnlug February 1 next, n switch
Ing chargo of 10 centH for each und
every cofnpleted call will be made for
loiiK-illstniicp messages between tho
company's city system nnd tho lel
plumes comu-eled with the country
lines beyond tlm Pall.
Honolulu, January 17, 1912.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD,
lly F. 0. HUMMEL,
6130-tf Manager. -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
FIR8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE Tr.RHITOHY OF HAWAII, by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, Plaintiff and Peti
tioner, vs. LSAHKLLA II. WOODS!
PALMER PARKER WOODS und
MOL1.1U WOODS, his wife.! MARY
ALICE HLUKTT nnd 1'. W. 1'.
HLUETT, her husband; JAMKH
FRANK WOODS und EVA WOODS,
his wife; SAMUEL P AUK EH
WOODS and HOSE WOODS. Ill
wlf; MARK!. HOHEUTSON HECK
LF.Y nnd HENRY HKCKI.EY. her
husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS! It. W. HIIINOI.E, KHNEST
WODEIIOCSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
HOTTOMLEY, Trustees under Ibo
Will of James WlBht, deceaseii;
KOIIALA HANCII COMPANY, LIM
ITED, nn Hnwallan Corporation hav
ing Its principal otllce nt Piiiihiio.
District nf Kohnla, Island nnd Ter
ritory ot Unwell: JOHN DOE, MAUY
DOE mid RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners nnd claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE Illlllt SHERIFF of the
Territory of llnwall, or Ills Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to num
ninn 1SA11EI.LA 11. WOODS: PAL
MER PARKER WOODS mid MOLI.1E
WOODS,, bis wife; MARY ALICE
IILHHTT nnd P. W. P. HLUETT. her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
nnd EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS and HOSE WOODil,
his wife; MAIIKL HOHEUTSON
HECKLEY nnd HENRY HECKI.EY,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SlIINlH-.E, ERNEST
WODEUOt'SE nnd ALLEN W. T.
HOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the Will
of Jame.1 Wight, deeenred; KOIIALA
RANCH COMPANY. LIMITED, nn
Hawaii. in Corporation having Its prin
cipal otllce nt Puiihiie, District nf Kn
hala, Island nnd Territory nf Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MAUY DOE nnd RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners nnd claim
ants, iIcfMidnnts, In cure they shall flln
written answer w lllilu twenty days after
servlco hereof to b anil appear before
tbn said Circuit Court nt the term
thereof ponding Immediately after tlm
expiration ot twenty days after ser
vice hereof; provided, howevir. If no
term bo pending nt such time, then to
be nnd appear before the said Cir
cuit Court at the net succeeding term
thereof, lo wit, llm January 1912 Term
thereof, lo bo hidden lit the City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, the
eighth day nt January next, nt 10
o'clock n. in., to show cause why Judg
ment of condemnation nf tlm lands de
scribed In the petition herein and for
such other relief demanded In tho pa-
t tt Win should not bn awarded lo the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tho
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And havo you I hen there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judge of tho Circuit Court of th First
Clicult.nl Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
ilny of February, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
I 7270. Heg. 3. Tg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Territory ot Ha
waii. Tlm Territory ot Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent ot
Public Works. Plaintiff and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II. Woods et nl Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition. Fllod
and Issued February 11, 1911, ut 10:56
a. in. J. A. Thompson, clerk. Return
ed nt 1:20 o'clock p. in., April 13, 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk, Orig
inal. Territory of llnwall. )
''lly and County of ) ss,
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of. tho Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory ot Hawaii, do hereby certify tho
foregoing In bo u full, true mid correct
copy of the original summons In tho
caso of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Puh
lie Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods ct
nk, ns tlm sumo remains of record and
on file In the ollleo of tho Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto svt my hand und ntllxed tha
seal ot said Court this 21st day of
(Seal) HENRY SMITH,
Clerk, Circuit Court of Urn First Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory or Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
Ooneral, and Arthur O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney Oeneral. for the lVlltlon.er.
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