Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, FEB. S, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick Btructure.
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
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets" ABC code.
J.H.Love, Honolulu representative.
Everything nt this hotel
).' Ik Ir.irmonlous. The ctil
," sine iirnl the service; thu
architecture und the fur
nishings. Every nrinnge
ment li made for the
loinrort of '(he gut-Ms.'
Emma St., above Vineyard
THERE KS AN Al'TO IN Till RENT
service fun tiii: guests this
week there will he moon
light UAN('i:s will vor come
W. C. Btrgin, Pi-op.
f? ' f tr Tin i
dreamless, healthful" sleep
-Vu iy Iht'coiuhrfiiVW'tb
J'ruetu that pnxliitu I In
viott ytrftcl iniittrm I ilSten.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mnttresscs; the only thing they
have in common is the word cotton
' J. H0PP ,& CO
OAHU FURNITURE 10.
King Btrt, opposlU Young HoUl
P. ). Uol 0 Pboovi 1011
8TOP PAYING RENT
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT 8T. PHONE 2553
5500 to $15,000
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
OLIVER a LANSING
80 Merchant 8tratt
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, i H.
P. O. Box 606
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
' 12 Stangenwald (Building Honolulu
in t.i: and regulation or tiii:
IIOAltl) OF COMMISSIONERS Ol'
AIIRICI'I.TUIU AND FORES-
Tin, concerning Tin: CON
TROL Ol' Till: PLANT. PEST
tiumuleuekiiy in Tin: TER
RITORY Oh' HAWAII.
Tlit' Hoard of Comuilalnucra of Ag
rii'iiltuiL' mil loretry hereb) in. ike
tin' following rule hud regulation
Section 1. For tin. purpoc of con
tinuing mill at fur im povdhle nf pre
venting the furtlirr spread of Thimble
brr (Kubua Jiimulccitnls), culled nlsu
(iliiu ltiiHplitiry, und 1 1 Itrlu oi'k llerry,
n plant Introduced Into this Territory
tit a point neur llllci, I In wiill. ninl now
Known to lie cMuoiiaiicil on various
parts of the Island of Hawaii ami In
the KiNiUiu mill liana districts, Maul,
which liy reuaon of Its habits of growth
uml eue nf ptopugntlou has become hf
certnln imrts of the Teirltory a serloui
peKt. especially nn grafting laiiil, nil
pirsons ninl corporation" arc hereby
prohllilteil front cnrryliiK or shipping
nn plant, rout, cutting, fruit or seed
nf tlie xnlil Thlmbleberry from one la
land of the Territory to any other Is
land, firm html, however, that idilp
menta of Mich Thlmbleberry plants
which are Infected with a fungus dis
ease inn) lie madu by duly authorised
agents of the Hoard of Agriculture imd
Forestry for the purpose of Inoculating
health) Thlmbleberry plants with saltl
Section 2. Tor tho'purposc of crnd
IcntliiR mil pr.cv,ntlnrthe spread of
the nulma jmnnlcenala, inspectors anil
other iluly unpointed ngents of thS
Hoard of Agriculture' (imt Forestry nro
hcrctfy'eliipo-ivered'to enlen.u'. 4lll,rKH,
amiable tlmca nny and nil premises
throughout the Territory where the
Thlmbleberry la known or believed to
be growing, and auch HKenta are nlso
hereby empowered. If phmta of Thlm
bleberry are found thereon, to seize
mid remove the aame and to have them
Section 3. Any person or corpora
tion violating the above rule ahull be
guilty of n mNdeincunor, anil ahull bo
punlahed liy u line not to exceed Klvo
Hundred Dollars, na pru.-'ded by Sec
tlon 390 of the Revised Lawn of I In
wall na mnended 7by ct 82 nf the
Session Laws of 1905 and Act 112 of
the Session .Laws of 1907. '
Section 4, ThbfKUlntlnn ahall take
effect from nd',.aftcr the upprowil
thereof by the. Governor.
Approved! ' lt.u'n: .'
W. I. FREAK.
Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu. Territory, of Hawaii, Jnn-
imrj- 31. .1812.
r.l51rI.eh.3, 5, C.
oi'kic;k op Tin: Juqahd or
, ih:aji.thj, ,.
Honolulu, Hawaii, January 31, 1912,
Notice Is hereby Riven tliut Ihcj-eR-illation
paaxed November 9, 1911, re-
KardliiR the quarantine placed upon the
premlaes In Kolllil, known na Kalllll
Camp, and situated In the district of
Konn. Pity uml County of Honolulu.
Island nf Oaliu, nml bounded on the
eaat by the Kallhl Quarantine Htatlon
Is hereby reacluded,
Tin: noAitD of iicaltii.
liy lt President, J. S. ,H..In ATT.
CORPORATION NOTICES. ' '
Kona Bottling Works Co, Ltd;
At the annual meeting of atockhuld
era of the Kona IJottlliiR "A'orka Co.,
Ltd., the follow Ins named, were elected
olllcera of the company for the cnsulng-
I'realdent A. I Greenwell
Vlcc-Prealdcnt It, WaHsniun
Auditor !'. n. Orecnwcll
Secretary and Treasurer., 1.. s. AunKat
John Gnapur, 1-Yanlt Uomea, J. A.
I.. S. AUNGST.
January 30, 1912. 51'-4t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of tho mem-
bera of the I.ralll Home held on the
29th ila of Juuuary, and at tho fol
ImwIiik inrelliiff of truateea, the folbuv
Iiir olllcera, who also are tho truateea
of the Institution, were elected toaerve
for the euaulnR yeur:
I'reahlent..., Mr. C. H. Athcrton
Mr. ('. MontiiRue ('ooKo
2nd VUe-1'realilent..Mr. O. P. Caatlo
Treaaurer Mr. M. It. Jumleaon
Auditor .Mr. J. P. Cooko
Hetretary Mr. O. !. Diivlvn
G 1", davm:s,
Kahulul Railroad Co,
The annual meeting of tho atock
holdera of Kahulul Railroad Company
will be held nt the principal branch
oillce of the company, No. 208 Ktangen
wald bulldliiR, Honolulu, on Thuiaday,
February 15, 1912. nt 11 o'tlock a m
HI.MHIl i: PAXTON,
SeiTji'tury, Kahulul Itallroacl Co.
1'iilillc Nhlrlti'il in en una vtoinen nro
lilannlnt,' I" ilicnnilt' niilniiiolillri for
I lie Floral Parade, Are J on one of
A Tonic Free from
Are you pale, weak, easily tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar
saparilla would not be good for
you. He knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol in this medicine. It,
puts red corpuscles into the'
blood, gives steady, even power
to the nerves; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
f-.fi-.' h Dr. I. C. rr & C . I (II. Mm.. U. S. A,
. . ANNUAL MEETING.
' Kibahulu Sugar Company. i
. 4t;pvnrtlrr..ot- the lloaiil i)fDlrcfitr!'
'llie unuuat meethiR of tho.toi.liholderM
of the Klpabulu HiiRiir Co. will be held
at the olllee of H. Hackrcld &. Co.,
Mil, Honolulu. T. II., on Saturday,
February 10, 1H12. nt 10 o'clock a. in.,
for the purpose of elettliiR olllcera mid
transacthiR auch other huilneaa aa
may be brought before the meeting.
511 H Jan. 31J Feb. 5, 0.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER!
Telephone No. 3451
I. i ?, :1JII (?. ('
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King 8tret
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fort and Berttanla
imE LUTE OF DHY O00DI
WAH YING CHONG
Kin Street. .wa Fiih-narket
Wing, hmg Co.
KING ST NK'AU IlETIIKl
Ilrnltra In Furnlliirr, Mallrrssea,
rkn rlc All kinds of KOA nml MIS-
8I0X KIIIIMTLIIK made to order.
IJH'OltTEHS OF OltlK.NTAI, (I00DS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
1)11 Nuuanu, near King Street
Aud Cloth of Al ('nnlltj- Cnn Ho
, 0. Ilox SOI. Tclcpliuuo 1731
MEN'S 8HIRT8 AND COLLAR8
LAUNDERED BY HAND
A. Abadta, Prop,
777 KING STREET PHONE 1491
' G. M. DUNCAN
258 Baratanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
pro 711 1 11 e 11 1
. iltlil ...Mrt
who have found
them to be inval
uable for cltar-
( tlie voire.
WHERE IT HURTS
Militant- Bourbon Editor's
Broadside Stuns Friends of
New Jersey Man.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Special Hut In tin Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON, 1) C, Jnn. HI
The Presidential h mm of Governor
Woodrovv Wilson ha sustained a bnJ
puncture. It was caused hy the mid
den exploding of a il'iuunlte bomb by 'nrt any of January, 1912, wcro as fol
ni ...... .-..... tl. ..niKnM'i .
ioi. iieury VYiuiciaiu, i icihuiii
editor and Democratic lender. Tho
Governor refuses to tuke cognizance
of the perforation und contents him
self with cxclalinlnT, "Col. Wttcraon
Is a Krnnd old man." Ills frlonds af
fect to be calm nml flee from dis
couragement, but the fact remnliu
that his clinuccs of nomination In tho
Hnlllmore convention havo been ma
The explosion was well-planned and
carried ut to tho letter. Col. Wnttcr
aon cut loose with n long Interview
which wna carried to the remotest
nook and corner of tho country. He
declared, In brief, that Governor Wil
son was n scholar und not n states
man. He had hoiied to And another
rilden hut admitted the keenest dis
appointment. He complained of tho
Governor's austerity and frigidity,
Haying he was utterly nonMnaffnotlc,
and had nothing In common with th,c'
plain people, lie i elated all tho de
tails of the conversation In which tho
rnor miiicsted Col. George W.lllrc' r ,l"' Territory of-llnwnll.
ley lo take his name down from .. , ",ANK, ,'"' .n?,N'f?D:S
e.tlimlni ....- i ii , wb. Notnry Public, First Judicial Com
the cdltoilnl pago ol Harper's Week
ly hccniiso It was piovlng detrimental
lo his prospects
Wilson Men Stunned.
Tho effect of Col. Watterson'n
hmndslde has been lo temporarily
stun tho leading men behind tho
movement to namo Wilson ns the De
mocratic Presidential candidate. It
has caused a partial collapse of (ho
Wllioii boom In many hectlpiis. of, tho
country, wnere the plain eoplo pre;
duinlnatci Advice received heio
from all parts of 'ho, United States In
dlcuto that those Ir. favor, of Wilson
have become weakened and are cast
liifi about for some, other randldate on
whom to bestow tlielr nffectlons. In
Nebraska a call has been ,ltytupd for
n uprciai iiit-eiiug ot tuemic; t'OUl
inltlee lo consider, Presidential, urei
eicnees. The qhnlfiuon, bijgan his
cuii wiin ineso words;
'Itealfzlng that the slntcmentH, of
ed. WntlPrann n.i nl Ti.-... ,'..."
made the nomination and , election of
. .7 .""" yii'w, '."
liovcriior Wilson nn liioiuilblllty.'
nn, following with the request for n'
meeting of his associates.
Tho gloom In tho Wilson camp has
brought corresponding brightness and
Joy to those of others who scok to
occupy the big chair now nllcd hy Mr.
Tnfi. It has been admitted that Gov
ernor Wilson had a fl'lng start for
the nomination and nothing but n
thunderbolt or an explosion of dyna
mite could provont him from achiev
ing success. .In Iho oiilnlnn of M
ornaments both have, now descended'
r - -.. ... I
110111 h. clear Bay nilU me tlovernor.
a clear sky mid the Gtivcriior!,,rWr ' C"'l''"-. Ltd., In 1
has been tendered comiurut'lvclvi
harmless, thus, leaving nn pppprtunlty
1 ,. ... . . - .. i
lor some rival lo capture the prize,
Newlanda for Wilson.
As a sort ot compensation for tho
bhock occasioned hy the defection of
coi. wutterson a modicum of comfort
in noing grasped by the announce
ment of Senator .Newlands, that ho
will not be a candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination and releasing all
Ills fi lends from further support of
his Inleicsts. Ho declaics himself In
favor of Govcrn,or Wilson and urges
his followers to climb upon tho band
wagon of the Now Jersey Chief Kxe
ciitlvo. Senator Goro, the blind orator fiom
Oklahoma, also stood by his guns
Ho guvo out 11 neat statement saying
tho people of his state would not be
disturbed by nny nssnult from Col,
Watterson. At tho same time It was
notovvoithy that Mr. Gore devoted tho
enthe day following the oxploslon lo
seeking a long-distance conversation
with Governor Wilson, who was then
wading nbout In MJchlgan. He failed
in ins attempt and finally permitted
tho statement to g out.
Col. Watterson la' the-, most iwtctit
factor In Iho Democratic party bo-ond
William J. Bryan. He has a large
iinii devoted following and his advlco
Is usually observed. It Is this fact
which has created tho consternation
unions tho udliurents of Governor Wil
MISS WARD E8CAPE8 INJURY,
liat Friday afternoon u Pope Hurt-
ford auto, number 862, driven by Mlaa
Lucy Wunl, vvua hit by 11 trolley cur
In charge of Motormaii W. F. ltleland
slightly damaged. The occupants ea
vn lied unhurt.
The incident happened Just 11s the
unto win. leaving the Old Plaiitiitlou, on
King street, niakul of Thomaa Square.
When Miss Ward saw the passenger
cur coming ahe stopped until It passed.
Then, believing there wna no other rnr
following, she Marled lo move on, when
her unto wna struct; by the second enr
Those In the car besides Mlaa JVnrd
were Mlsa Kulnmanu Ward, Mlaa Ma
bel Phillips uml Curtis W. Iluatuee.
City ami County of Honolulu )
Territory of I'nw-nll )
Cecil Brown and 1 T. Peck, each be
ing duly aworn, depose and any that
they lire ronpectlvely tho Proahlcnt and
Cnahlcr of The Flrat American Sav
Inga und Trust Co. of Hawaii, Ltd., and
that tho following schedule, la n full,
true, und accurate statement of the af
fair of the an Id Tho Flrat American
Savings und Trust Co. of Hawaii, Ltd.,
to nml Including tho Slat day of De
cember, 1911, such 'schedule being re
quired by Section 2388 of the ltcvlaed
Ijiw'h of the Territory of Hawaii,
The authorised capital of the Com
pany Is $200,000, divided Into 2000
allures of the par value of J100 each.
The number of shares Issued Is 2000;
alxty per cent., equal to 8120,000, has
been paid In on the stock, leaving 880,
000 subject to be called In.
,The liabilities of the Company on the
Capital paid In
Undivided prollts ...
Suspense account ...
The nsaets of tho company on tho
II rat day of January, 1912, wcro as fol
lows: Dills receivable 1503.515.11
Heal estate 34.011.ZS
Cnah on hand and In
Interest accrued ...1....' 7,874.88
(Signed) CECII4 nrtOWN.
I T. PHCK.
Suhscilhcd and sworn to beforo mo
Mils 29th day of January. 1912.
(Hlg.) FRANK V. FKRNANDE8,
Notnry Public, First Judicial Circuit,
, t; herelij- certify the nlmvn lo lie n
IrdO lintl orreet copy ot the .original
schedule tiled In tho odlco of theTreas-
Hilo Sugar Company.
The annual meeting of the share
holder of tho llllo Sugar Company
will be held at tho oillce ot Iti ugenta,
C. Hrevvcr & Co., Ltd.. In Honolulu,
Thursday, February '15, 1912, ut il
o'clock a. in. 1
IW. I, SPALDING.
'"'' " Secretary.
Honolulu, February 1. 1912.
' '-' ' l'5I505lSt 1
Waimanato Suoar. Company.
'"1 1. r ,:
The nnnunl meeting of the shnre-
holders of the Wnlutanulo Sugar Coin
I,n" will be held at the oillce of lt
"KC,;!" '" ","t'1' '.inipaj.y. Ud.
Honolulu, on Thuraduy, Februarj'
, 1912, ut 10 o'clock a. 111.
11 I. SPALDING.
Dated, Honolulu. Februnry 1, 1912.
The annual meeting of tho shnro-
hutdciH of the Olowalu Company will
l,e hp,1 " t,,e unlcc of llH-"
ItrnU.A, ,Jl. ,,.,,.,....,.. I .l l t.
.: " .""i-j. m., 111 iiuuuiuiu.
"lri"','. February Id, 1912, ut 10 o'clock
II I. SPALDING,
Honolulu, Februnry 1, 1912.
Waha Agricultural Company, Ltd.
The annual meeting of tho shale
holders of the Wehn Agricultural Com.
puny, Limited, will be held ut the of
lice of Its agents, C, Hrewer & Com.
puny, Ltd. in Honolulu, 011 Thursday,
February 15, 1912, nt 2 o'clock p. in.
Honolulu, February 1. 1912.
Kahaupu Agricultural Company, Ltd.
The annual meeting of the shnre
holders or Kuhuupu Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, will bo held ut the ottlce
Of Its agents, C Hi en it & Company,
Ltd. In Honolulu, Thursday, February
15, 1912, at 4 o'clock p, 111
H. M, WHITNIIV.
Honolulu. Februury 1, 1912.
A meeting nf debenture stockholders
of tho Oriental Brewery, Limited, will
,IC held at tho office of II Colt Hobron
Love building, Fort street, Honolulu,
imiiu, on the 8th day of February,1
r.ir.', at 2 p. in.
r'H-t A HOCKING.
Fiom uml after this dtitu I will not
be responsible for any debts contract
ed In my name without my written
it n itoss
February 2, 1912. f,5n-3t
IN THE UN1TKD STATKS DIS
T1HCT COURT FOIl T1IU TEH
RITOIIY OF HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OK AMGIl
1CA, Plaintiff, vs. PEI'EEKEO
SUOAIt COMPANY, ct ol., De
fcudauts. Action brought In
Bald District Court, and the
Petition filed In tho oillce or
tho Clerk of Bald District Court,
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY, a
corporation existing under and
by virtue of the laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii; I.EE HONG;
JOHN LEE HONG, JAMES LEE
HONG, MARY LEE HONG and
SARAH LEE HONG, unknown
heirs at law of LEE 110XO, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONG; WIL
LIAM AKONG, HENRY AKONO,
LUCY AKONG and JANE
AKONG, unknown heirs ut law
of MARY AKONG, desoased;
JULIA II. AFONG; EMMEI.INE
M. MAGOON; MARIE K. HUM
PHREYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE II. RIGGS; MARY
CATHERINE AFONG; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
G. HENSHALL; MARTHA M.
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
BURNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
EIl; BEATRICE MELAKNE
I1REWSTER; ANTHONY C.
AFONO; ALBERT F. AFONG;
ABRAM It. AFONG; AH SHEU
AFONO; CHARLES AFONG,
THOMAS AFONG, CLARA
AFONQ and ROSE AKONG, un
known heirs at law of AH LING
AFONG, deceased; and JAMES
BROWN, JOHN BLACK, HEN
RY WHITE, GEORGE SMITH,
MARY JONES, MARGARET
MILLS, HELEN HILO and
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
ers and claimants.
You are hereby directed to appear
and ansvypr the Petition In an action
entitled aa above, brought against you
In the United States District Court,
for the Territory ot Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after service
upon you of a cortldcd copy of Plnln
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
certified copy ot this Summons.
And you are hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
above required, the said Plaintiff will
take Judgment of 'condemnation of the
lands described In the Petition herein
and' for 'any other relief demanded Id
'W.ITNESS THE HONORABLE SAN
FORD' B. DOLE 'and THE HONOR
ABLE CHARLES P. CLEMONS
Judges 'of Paid' District Courti this
ZGth.UoVot October! In the year ot
pur Lord'ono thousand nine hundred
nnd eleven and ot the Independence
of the United States tho ono hundred
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 79. UNITED STATES DIS
TR1CT COURT, for tho Terrl
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. PE
PEEKEO SUCAR COMPANY et
al. SUMMONS. ROBERT W,
BRECKONS, UnPed Statea At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OP
Territory of Hawaii,-
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. E. MURPHEY, Clerk of the
United States District Court tor the
Territory and District ot Hawaii, do
hereby certify the foregoing to be a
full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons in the case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs,
PEPEEKEO SUOAR COMPANY ot
al., as the samo remains of record
nnd on tile In the olllco ot the Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto sot my hand and afllxed the
seal ot said District Court this 10th
day of November, A. D. 1911.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States Dis
(Seal) ti let Court, Territory ot
By P. L. DAVIS,
6086 3m lid
O. P. 8. SIERRA.
Notice Is hereby given that tho S
S. Slcira will sull trom this port Feb
ruary 6. 1912, Instead of Februury 7,
mid on return trip will salt from San
Frutiylsco February 18, bringing her
here tho morning of the 22nd of Feb
ruury In season to sco the annual
C. BREWER & CO. (Limited).
Agents, Oceanic Steamship Co
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
lleirltiiitiifr l.Vliriuii-v- 1 nxt ti sivll,.!,.
lug churgo ot 10 cents for each und
eveiy completed toll will bo made for
long-distance messages between the
company's city tyatem und tho tele
phones connected with the country
lines beyond tho Pall. '
Honolulu, January 17, 1912.
MUTUAL Tl'LIH'HONl CO., LTD.
By 1. G. HUMMEL.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER.
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Marstun Campbell, Superintendent
ot Public Works, l'lalntlfl and Pctl- y
Holier, vs. ISABELLA 11. WOODS;
PALMER PARKER WOODS nml
MOLL1E WOODS, Ills wire; MAItx
ALICE BLUETT and T. W. P.
BLUETT, her husband; JAMES
FRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wile; 8 A M U I U PAIt K I- It
WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS, his
wire; MABEL ROBERTSON HECK
LEY and HENRY BECKLKY. her
husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; R. W, UIIINQLi:, ERNEST
WODEIIOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under tho
Will of Joiner Wight, deceased;
KOIIALA RANCH COMPANY, LIM
ITED, an llnwnllnn Corporation hav
ing Its principal olllco at Puiihuc,
Dlatrlet of Kohnla, Island nnd Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOB. MAKY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners nnd claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF of tho
Territory of Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL- ,
MEIt PARKER WOODS nnd MOLLIE "
WOODS, his wife; MARY ,ALICI
BLUETT nnd P. W. P. BLUETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS and ROSE WOODS,
hti wire; MABEL ROBERTSON
HECKLEY and HENRY BECKLEY,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; R. W. SHINGLE, ERNEST
WODEIIOUSE and ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOIIAI A
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, nn
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal office nt Puuhuc, District of Ko
hnla, Island nnd Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE nnd RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners nnd claim
ants, defendants, In cnao they shall lllo
written answer within twenty dnya ntter
scrvlco hereof to be and appear before
the suld Circuit Court nt tho term
tliereof pending Immediately nfter tho
expiration of twenty days nfter ser
vice ihereor ; . provided, however. If no
term bo pending at such time, then to
be I'anil appear beforo the said Cir
cuit Court nt the next succeeding term -thereof,
to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to be holdcn at the Cltynnd..
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
eighth day of January next, at 10
o'clock a. m.v to show cause why Judg
ment or condemnation of the lands de
scribed In tho petition herein nnd for
such other relief demanded In tho pe
tition should not bo awarded to tho
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tlia
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And havo you then tbcro this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorablo Pre-ldlng
Judge of the Circuit Court of thu Flrat
Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
Jay of February, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON.
I 7276. Reg. 3. Tg. 239. Circuit
Court, Flrtt Circuit, Territory of llu
wall. Tho Territory of Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plaintiff nnd Petitioner,
vs. Isnbcjln II. Wooda ct nl., Defend
ants nn'd nrapondenta. Petition. Filed
and Issued Februury 11, 1911, at 10:56
a. m. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return- ,
ed nt 1:50 o'clock p. m., April 13, 1911,
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Oilg
Inal. Territory or Hawaii, )
City and County ot ) ss.
I. Henry Smith, Clerk of thu Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Huwnll, do hereby certify thu
rorcgolng to bo n rull, true nml correct
copy ot the orlglnul summons In tho
enso or Territory or Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent or Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella H. Woods et
al., as the samo remains or record and
on lllo In the oillce or the Clerk or said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto s-t my hand and affixed tho
seal or Sdld Court this 21st day ot
S"D HENRY SMITH.
Clerk. Circuit Court of tho First Ju
dicial Circuit, Terrltoiy of Ilaivull.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
General, and Arthur a Sn Deputy
Attorney Gcnerul, for the Petitioner.
Sealeit Tin,li.j ...111 i ,. . .
.,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, Li,.,., ,y
the Superintendent of Public Win Us
until 12 m of Monday. IVhruaiy 12, for
furulshlnir 24-Inch cast Iron i,.,- i..
mid 10, 12 und 18-Inch vltrllled lr,.n.
Hone sewer pipe Spi locutions uml
quantities on lllo In the otlke or Iho
Superintendent of Public Woika
Superintendent or Public Winks
Department of Publb Works. Jaiiu
my 29. 1912. r.iiT 101
"inittil: Fitly moro docnrnlpil
liulds for die Floral l,n-,,i,. n., i..
W k I t 8 1 1 1 1 a II ar fair,
Hue for the biggest caruliul of nil,