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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.C0 a da) up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high dais hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferritin to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts"ABC code.
J.H.Love, Honolulu representative.
i:irtlur is .it tiil. lintel
I. b innnnloii" Tin' cui
sine .i iil the miIcc; tin
nri'tiiui tun' mill the fur
nlxlilnu" j:rv iiiruuHe
nifiit I" iniiilc for the
(OlnlOrt Cll tile gllei-tS .
Emma St, above Vineyard
HOW N' AT
THERE IS AN Vt Til IN Till: Itl'.NT
SERUM K'ttTlll il nSTS THIS
vi:i:K Titl-.RI 1ULL HI .liON'
I.K1IIT I)AN( ES MILL YOU COME
Roomi nd Board
W. C. Bcrgln, Prop.
For "absolute comfort' arid
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
MmU ly lit KOHiltrul 117ft
Vruemt llutt prothictn tlis
viott jitrttt imittrtu k loien.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thin"; they
have in common is the word cotton
J. HOPP & CO
OAHU FURNITURE 10.
King 8trt, opposltt Young Hotel
P. O. Box S40 Pnonu lOtl
STOP PAYINQ RENT
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 255S
$500 to $15,000
BUY. A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
fa.', OLIVER G. LAN8INQ
i 80 Merchant Street
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, f. H.
P. O. Box 606
Piilip L. Weaver,
" TV i i
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Btannenwald Building Honolulu
I " .'
A ' ' '.
RILE AM) HElll'LATION OK THE
HOARD l' COMMISSIONERS Ol'
AdltU'll.TIlti: AM) HIRES
Tll. CONCERNING THi: CON
TROL OK TIII2 PLANT PEST
Tin.Miii,i:iii:itHY ix tin: TER
RITORY or HAWAII
I 1 ho Hoard of Commissioners of Ag
rlculluie nn t Feicitry hereby make
tin' following rule mill regulutlun.
I Stitlon 1 1'or the purpo.u of con
trolling mid " far ns possible of pre-
I mliiK the rurther rt-ud of Thimble,
li in iltuluis J.iiiinli'eiils), railed nlsu
i hhi ItiiKplioT), nnO Hitchcock Berr',
. plant Introduced Intii this TerrltoiyJ
it ii point near llllo, Hawaii, mid now
iliimwn tu lie clllhllshed nil Mirlotl
pints or the Iland of Hawaii nnd 111
tl' Konluii mill lluun districts, .Mulil,
whi.li b reason of Its habits of rowth
and ease nf piopagutlon him become In
t rtulu parts or the Territory n sirlous
pest. '!(. lull)' on grazing Intnl. all
persons niul corporations are hereby
Vriihlhlleil from earning or shipping
liny plant, mot, cutting, fruit or sicd
of tin- said Tlihrtblelurry from one 1s
lanil nf the Tcrrltorj to any other In
land; prnWilcJ. however, that ship
ments of such Thlinblebcrry plantii
which art- Infilled with u fungus ills-
cne mnj he made hy duly authorized
iigint of the llonnl of Agriculture nnd
'orestr for the inirpoie of Inoculating
lniiHIu Thimbu lurry plants with said
Section 2 I'or the purpo of erad
icating niul preieiitlnB tho spread of
the Itiiluii jnili.ilcensls. Inspectors niul
other duly appointed agents of the
lloanl or Agriculture niul Foretry nro
hireby empowered to enter tit alt rea
sonable tlmo any niul ull premise
tliiiiiiRlmiit the Territory where the
Thlinbleberry Is known or believed to
be glowing, and such agents are also
hereby empowered, If plants of Tlilm
blebirry ure found thereon, to seize
niul remove the name and to have them
Section n. Any person or corpora
tion vlnlatliiK the above rule ehall bu
Ktillty of a inMcmcmior, nnd xhall bo
punlxhcil by a line not to exceed Klvn
Hundred Ilollarx, ax pnu'deil hy Sec
tion S'JO of the Itevlxeil Ijiwx of Ha
wall ax amended by Act 82 nf the
Sexxlon Uiux nf IDOS nnd Act 112 of
the Sexxlon I.'iwx nf 1!I07.
Section t Till remilntlon xhall taUo
effect frnni anil nrter the approval
tin rt of by tho 'Governor.
w. f. rnnAR.
Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, Jan
uary 31, 1912.
r.151 Feb. 3, !i. fi.
Kona Bottling Works Co., Ltd.
M the minii.ll meetlnu of ftoekhnlil-
(rx of the Kona Itottlliu; Works Co,
r.til , tho folliiwhiK naiiied were elected
olllcers of the conipuuy for the eimulnic
Piexldent A. I.. Oreenwell
Vice-President II. Waxxman
Auditor F. It. Oreenwell
Secretary und Treasurer..!.. H. Aunuxt
John Oaxpar, lrank Cloinex, J. A.
I.. S. AUNC.ST.
January 30, 1912. 51S-H
Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd.
Tho nnnual nu-itluK of tho stock
holders of the Pioneer Mill Company,
Ltd., will be held ut tho olllco of Its
agents, II. Haikreld & Co., Ltd., It"
nolulu, on Friday, the 16th day of Feb
ruary, 1912, at 10 p'clock n, in.
In addition to any regular business
thnt may be brought up nt said meet
Ing, the matter of Increasing tho cap
ital stock and changing the par vnluo
ot the share of the company, and of
amending Itx Articles of Incoipnnttlou
will be considered.
Hy order of the Hoard of DIrectorx,
5132-lOt Acting Secretary.
Kahulul Railroad Co.
The nnnual meeting nf the stock
holders of Kahulul Railroad Company
will be held at the principal branch
olllce of the company, No. 208 Stnngen
wald building, Honolulu, on Thursday,
February IS, 1912, at 11 o'clock a. in.
i:i.mi:r r.. paxton.
Secretary, Kuhulul Railroad Co.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the nnnual met ting of tho mem
bers of the l.enhl Home held on the
29th day nf January, und nt tho fol
lowing meeting of trustees, the follow
ing olllctrx, who ulso ure thu trustees
of the Institution, were fleeted to servo
for tho ensuing year:
President Mr. C. H. Athertnn
Mr. C Mnnlaguo Cooke
Slid Vice-President.. Mr. O. P. Castlo
..Mr. M. It. Jamleson
Mr. J P. CooUo
Mr. (J V. I).ivlon
(I F. OAVIIIH,
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FEUX GOURAUDS ORIENTAL
. CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
lUtnovet Tun, rimH
frreckto, Muth lutein,
on brnuty, fiili
f( t JfHK Ntft
taMeit tnt Miff it ,
It t roiwrly tn w'e '
fm of nliii (
t.n It. U A
Parr kld to
1.1 j of Uf haul.
tfiTJ ft t-MlfttM
"Al ymi UJLtl '
will uw thru.
I recummtbrl 4
.. - - ... ...... r -..! .i . ;
kin trttftun tr n.t br 1LdrnW M rncjr
Ool 1kIii in th Uultfd Stales t'nidi ud t,urrH
rB0.T.H0PIlNS.P 37 Great Jones Situt.KtwKt
SHIP. The undersigned, II C Tarter. S. A.
Walker and Hurry A nil I twee, nil of Ho
nolulu, City niul County of Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, hereby kIvo notice
that on tho 2nd day of January, 1912,
they formed n Special Partnership
under tho iiamo of HAHUV AU.MI
TAOi: & COMPANY, I.IMITHI), for
the trnuonctlon of n stock nnd bond
brcikeraKe buxlneax nt No. 89 Merchant
Street. Honolulu. II. C. Carter, rexld
Inicnt No. l'ti) Nuiianu Street. Honolulu,
niul K A. Wnllier. ri'Hhllnt? nt No. ?313
Nuunnii Street, Honolulu, nrc General
Partners In xald llrm, nnd Harry Ar-
inltnKc, rexhllni? nt No. 330 Hohron
Uine, Honolulu, Is Special Partner
therein. Tho xald pnrtnerxhlp com-
menced on tho 2nd day of January,
1912, mid will continue thereafter ns
Ions nx the same Ix mutually ngreenhlo
to tjie (lenernl Partners.
lUted January 0, 1912.
I II. C. CAUTHR,
8. A. WAI.KI'.lt.
f,129 Jan. 9, Hi, 23, 30; Feb. C."
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hn
wnll In Proliate. At Chambers. In
the matter of tho Hxtato of Sophlo II.
I!. Pratt, Deceased. Order of Notice of
Pitltlon for Allowance of Accounts,
UttcrinlnhiK Trust and Distributing tho
Itate. On rendliiK nnd IIIIiik the Po
tltliin and accounts tt Rnliert J. Pratt
nnd John S. II. Pratt, Uxccutor of tho
Will of Sophlo II. 11. Pratt, deceased,
wherein petitioners nsk to be allowed
$2141.41 nnd charged with $3739.40, and
nsk that tho same be examined and np
proved, nnd that n flnnl order bo mndo
of distribution of tho remaining prop
erty to the persons thereto entitled and
illxclmrRlnK petitioners from nil further
responsibility hireln: It Is Ordered,
thnt Thursday, tho 29th day of Febru
ary, 1912, ot 9 o'clock n. m. before tho
JiiiIbo presiding nt Chambers of said
Court ot his Courtroom In the Judi
ciary bulldliip. In Honolulu, County of
Honolulu, bo and tho amo hereby Is
appointed ns the tlmo nnd plnco for
henrlnir snld Petition nnd Accounts,
and that all persons Interested mny
than and thero appear nnd show cause.
It any they hne, why tho samo should
not bo granted. Dated tho 23rd day of
Jnnuary. 1912 Ily tho Court: JOHN
MARCAM.INO, clerk of. tho Circuit
Court of tlm First Circuit.
CI 41 Jan. 23, 30; Feb. C, 13.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER!
Telephone No. 3441
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Streete
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD8
port and Bcretanla
FINE LINE OF DRY. Q00DS
WAN YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fiihmarket
Wing Chong Co.
kixo st, kak iii:tiii:l
Drillers In I'liriillure, Msillrrssei,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA und JllS
SID.V I'lIIIMTl'lli: made fo order.
LimilirOS OF OKIKNT.U, (100II.H
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
III! .Viiuiiini, near King Striel.
hW' , wtffeAitfiftwhk .,n5M - -
IS HAPPY MAN
After an absence of more than three
yearn from hla home nnd family In!
Tolslij, Japiin, Hon. Senlchl Ueim,
Ills imiierinl Japauere Majesiy'd Con
sul General In Honolulu, held a "re
union" with his tntlro family jester
day In his beautifully Rrcen-carpcted
officcH In tho Consulate General. .Mrs.
Uyeno, Hiirrouniled by her chlhlrcn,
arrhed In the Korea not In prriinii
hut hy photOKiiiph. In tho nbxence
of Mr. Uycno's family, tho" Consul
Oonernl had ns Riiests n number of,
the local newspapermen to extend t'i
bl in their coiiRrntulRtlon on the nrrlv
nl of a hciiutlfiil photimrapli of the
Seated In the center Ix Mrs. Uyeno.
Mrs. Klku (clirysantlieiniim) bHb next
to hor mother. Kh? Is a student In
tho I'cprs' School for Olrls, where
sho will Krndiiato In June Mils year.
She Is said to be one of tho brightest
students In the school, and her father
Is Justly pi oud of her,
Her sisters nnd brothers are attend
ing other schools In Toklo. Uyeno,
Jr., Ix now connected with the illlsul
Knlshn nRcncy In China, and Is con
sidered one of the most reliable em
ployes of the company.
While It Is nut definitely known!
here. It Ix said that Consul (lenernl
Uyeno Is rontemptallnK a trip to hlx
home In Toklo Jtipnn, In tho near fu
ture. Ho has been the Mlkado'H Con
sul (lenerul here In Honolulu for mote
Hint three cars, and. arrnirihiK to
the resolutions of the department.
Mr. Uyeno Is entitled to u leave of nh-
sence. If ho desires to hno one.
UurliiK his residence hero Mr. Uye
no made many friends Ills recep
tions have been notable.
For the last tlmo In tho history of
China the New Year will bo held mi
n different dato from that of other
nations, rebruar I" Is the day sot
down for this celebration, but In fu
ture It will bu held mi January 1. The
local Chinese. hoo to hear hy thut
date that the ii'iuibllc has been rcc
uKiuzeu uy uie oiuer hjuis, nun ii
they do n monster putade Is planned.
HiirluK this parade the old .style will
be shown llh the new but It will
mostly lean towards, the latter. Tho
United Chinese Society meets .toniuht
to niako arrangements.
Natuinlly there will be many
changes to be made and through Chi
natown nt the present time theio can
already be noticed n dllTcieiiee. In
olden days tho barber shops wero all
working oveitlmc just now fixing up
queues, but tills year tho harbeis
have tu learn the new styles of hair
cutting, for the long appendage Is a
thing of tho past. A change In the
holiday clothes Is also predicted and
thero will bo n genet nl fulllng-bnclc
tendency towards Kiuopcan clotheH.
Among some of the things that will
not go in c to be the lanterns. At the
picseut time the makers uie busy
turning them out hy the hundred nnd
soon they will bo swaying In the
breezes that swoop through the Orien
tal section of the town.
A ktait Is also being made tn dec
orate tho club-houses, and when tin:
big day comes along there will ho
cluateiH of various-colored lights
showing through n decoration of wav
ing fems, while, Inside thoie will bo
Tomorrow evenlny, nt 7:30 o'clock,
theie will be picscuted In tho Parish
llotiso of Central Union Church the
111 st iino of four specially picpared
pioginms on India. Some thirty dlf
leieut people luno been nsslKucd parts
on thu irograms, and each evening
theio Is to bo outicled u drama rop
icseutlng some phase of missionary
life niul progiess In this most lulerest
lug mission Hold,
At tho first meeting tomorrow night
n gioup of tourists will he illHcmeic'l
seated about a parlor table, and ono
after the other the members of the
parly will report, tho observations of
their trip. The tourist party Is mado
up of tho following ladles and gentle
men: Miss Kllco K. Knapp, Mrs. V.
A. Ilowcn, James A. Rath, J. i:. Illg
glns Frank H. Scudder, Paul Super,
and Rev, A. A. Kboisolo, each of whom
will make tliclr'contrilmtlon to the
A inoct coidlal Invitation Is extend
ed to the general public, to como nnd
share these meetings with thu Central
Union people. Come tomorrow night
to this first meeting, which will mto
us an luttoductlon to the thieo which
nro to follow.
Declaring thnt ho Intends to uso he
role measuies with the lawless ele
ment of tho Illinois Central Hullrnnd
strikers at MrComli City, Miss., Hoy
enior Uinwcr sent a special message
lo the legislature asking an emergen
cy uppioprlutlnu of $2,000, Ho got It
A&feilvJuifc.. - - iit. rt..UiJ-Si'-'A"'"'
How She Was Saved From
Surgeon's Knife by Lydia
Mognilore, Ohio. ' 'The first two years
I was married I. suffered so much from
female troubles and
bcarine down pnlns
that I could not stand l
on my feet long
enough to do my
work. Tho doctor
said I woutd have to
Undergo an opera
tion, but my husband
wanted me to try
Lydia E. I'inkhnm's
first. I took three
bottles and It mndo me well and strong
and I avoided a dreadful operation. I
now liavo two fino healthy children, nnd
I' cannot say too much about what Lydia
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has
done for me." Mrs. Lee Manges,
II. P. D. 10, Mogadorc, Ohio.
Why will women take chances witli an
operation or dragout n sickly, half
hearted existence, missing three-fourths
of tiie joy of living, when they can find
health in Lydia E. Plnkham's VeRetablo
For thirty years it has been tho stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re
stored the health of thousandsof women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, Inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, Irregularities, etc.
If you want special ndilce write to
I,)dla i:. l'liikham iMedlelno Co. (confi
dential) Lyuu, Mass. Your Idler Hilt
bo opened, read nnd aiKivercil by a
nouiuu uud held In strict confidence.
Hilo Sugar Company.
The liliiill.il meeting of the share
holders of the llllo Hugar Company
Will be held nt the olllce of Its agents,
('. Ilrewer K- Co. Ltd.. In Honolulu,
Thursday, rebruary IS, 1!U2, ut 11
o'elml; u. in.
n. i. KPAi.niNci,
Honolulu, I'ebruury 1, 1912.
t Walmanalo Sugar Company,
The nnnual meeting nf the share
holders of the Wiilmnnnlo Hutfar Com
pany will ho held ut the utllee of Its
agents, '. llrcuir & Company, Ltd,
111 Honolulu, on Tliiuday, February
1."., in I:', u t in o'clock n. m.
Ii I. KPAI.DI.N'O.
Dated, Honolulu, Pihrunry 1, l!Hl'.
The annual meeting nf the share
holders of tho Olowuhl Company will
bu held ut tho ollleo of Its agents, C,
lliewer .V: Cmniuny, Ltd, In Honolulu,
Friday, February 10, lull', nt 10 o'clock
i:. I. SPALDINfl.
Ilmioldl February 1, PJ12.
" i , r.ir.o-i:t
Weha Agricultural Company, Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of tho share
holders of tho V.'ehn Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, will ho held nt the of
Hie of Its agents, c Ilrewer & Com
pany, Ltd., In Honolulu, on Thursday,
February 15, PJ12, at 2 o'clock p. in.
Honolulu, February 1, 1912.
Kahaupu Agricultural Company, Ltd.
The nnnunl meeting nf the share
holders of Knhnupti Agricultural Com
p.iny, Limited, will ho held ut tho ollleo
of Its agents, f. Ilrewer & Company,
Ltd., In Honolulu, Thursday, February
ir, 1912, at I o'clock p. m.
II, M. WIIITNUV,
Honolulu, Fehrunry 1, 1912.
A meeting nf ilehrnttirn stockholders
of the Oriental Ilreuery, Limited, will
be held nt the oltlee of E. Colt Hohron.'
i.ove ouuiiing. I ort street, Honolulu, i
Oahu, on the filli day of February,
1912, at 2 p. in.
r'H9-Ct A. HOCKING
G. M, DUNCAN
258 Beretanla 8U opp. Royal Hawaiian
IN TIIE UNITED STATUS DIS
TRICT COURT FOR THH TER
RITORY OP HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OP AMER
ICA, I'lnlntlff, s. PIH'EEKEO
SUGAR COMPANY, et nl., De
fendants. Action brought In
said District Court, und the
Petition filed In the ollleo of
the Clerk of said District Court,
THE PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY, n
coiporution existing under and
by vhtuo ot the Iuwh ot tho Ter
ritory of lruwall: LEE HONOJ
JOHN LEE HONU, JAMES LEE
IIONO, MARY LEE HONU and
SARAH LEE MONO, unknown
heirs nt law ot LEE HONU, de
ceased; ANNIE AKO.NO; WIL
LIAM AEONO, HENRY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO and JANE
AKONO, unknown heirs ut law
of MARY AKONO, deceased:
JULIA II. AFONQ, EM.MELINE
M. MAGOON; MARIE K. HUM
PHREYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE 11. R1GUS; MARY
CATHERINE AFONG; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON: HELEN
O. HENSHALL; MARTHA M.
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
IJUHNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
Ell; UEATRICE MELAINE
UREWSTER; ANTHONY C.
AFONG; ALUERT P. AFONG;
AllltAM II. AFONG; AH SHEU
AFONG; CHARLES AFONQ,
THOMAS A PON G, CLARA
AFONG und ROSE AFONG, un
known heirs al law of AH LING
AFONO, deceased; uud JAMES
IJROWN, JOHN ULACK, HEN
RY WHITE, GEORGE SMITH,
MARY JONES. M Alia A RET
MILLS, HELEN HILO nnd
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
ers nnd claimants.
You are hereby directed to appear
and answer the Petition In an action
entitled as above, biought against you
in the United Stutes District Court,
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty duys from and after servlco
upon you of a certified copy ot Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with n
certified copy ot this Summons.
And you nro hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer us
above required, tbo said PlulntlS will
take judgment of condemnation of the
lands described tu tho Petition heroin
and for any other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORABLE SAN
FORD 11. DOLE and THE HONOR-
A1ILE CHARLES P. CLEMONS,
Judges of suld District Court, this
2!Jtli day ot October, In tho year ot
our Lord one thousand nliiu hundred
and eleven und of tlio Independence
of tho United States tue one hundred
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 7'J. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Tcrri
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. PE
PEEKEO SUCAR COMPANY ct
nl. SUMMONS. IIOIIERT W,
DRECKONS, Uni'ed States At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OP
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. bs.
I, A. E. JtURl'HEY, Clerk of tho
United States District Court for the
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify tho foregoing to be a
full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons In the case of THE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA vs.
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY" et
al., as the sumo remains ot record
and on file In the olllco of the Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal ot said District Court this ICtli
day of Noember, A. D. 19X1,
A. K. MURPHY
Clerk of United States DIs
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory1 of
By P. L. DAVIS,
1080 Sin lid
O, ?, 8. SIERRA.
Notice h hereby given thnt the S
S. Sierra will sail from this port Feb
ruary ', 1912. Instead ot February 7,
und on return trip will sail from Sun
Francisco Fehrunry 16, bringing her
here tlm morning of tho 22nd of Feb
ruary In hciisun to seo tho annual
C. RRIiWER & CO. (Limited),
Agents, Oceanic Steumshlp Co.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Beginning rebruniy 1 next, u switch
ing cbnrge of 10 cents for each und
every loiupleted cnll will bo mado for
Ijitiir.iltuf iitirt,, tiiauafiirnu lint nikiii ilin
,,. .,., .,.,....., .i ,,, ,..i.
pi,0nes connected with the country
lines beyond the. Pall,
Honolulu, January 17, 1912.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.. LTD.
Hy P. 0. HUMMEL,
-frk ,. "lA
.. jit sr J.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Ttic
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN TMfc n I t
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Mnrston Campbell, Superliiteiulini
of Public Works, Plaintiff and Pll
tloner, vs. ISABELLA It. WOODS'.
PALMF.lt PARKER WOODS and
MOI.LIE WOODS, hi wife; MARY
ALICE BLUETT nnd P. W. P.
BLUETT, her husband; JAMES
FRANK WOODS uud FA'A WOODS,
hli wife! SAMUEL PARKER V
WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS, his I
wife: MABEL ROBERTSON BECK
LEY nnd HENRY BECKI.EY. hir
husbnndi MAUD WOODS: LUCY
WOODS; R. W. SHINGLE. ERNEST
WODE1IOUHE und ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the
Will of James Wight, dtcoascd;
KOIIAI.A RANCH COMPANY. LIM
ITED, nn Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal iittlco nt Puiibue,
District of Kobnln, Irlnnd and Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MAUY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners and claimant, Defendants
THE TERRITORY,. OF HAWAII:
TO TIIE IIIOH SHERIFF of the
Territory ot Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOU Alt'-: COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS nnd MOI.LIE
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
BLUETT und P. W. P. BLUETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS niul ROSE WOODS.
Ills wife; MABEL ROBERTSON
BECKLEY and HENRY BECKI.EY,
her husband: MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS! R. W. K1IINOLE. ERNEST
WODEIIOUSF. nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trutee under the Will
of Jnnn- WlBht, deceased: KOIIAI.A
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal utllee at Puuhue, District or Kit
br.bi, Island and Territory of Hawaii:
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners nnd claim-
nuts, defendants. In case they shall Ilia
written answer within twenty days nfier
servlco hereof to b nnd appear before
tbo suld Circuit Court nt the term
thereof pending Immediately nfler tho
expiration of twenty days nftir ser
vice hereof; provided, however. If no
term bo pending nt such time, then to
bo and nppeur before tbo snld Cir
cuit Court ut the next succeeding teim
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to bu boblen at tho City und
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tlm '
eighth day of Jnnuary next, ut 10 .
o'clock n. in., to show cause why Judg-
ment of condemnation ot the lands do- I
scribed In the petition herein und for '
such other relief demanded tn the p-
tltlon should not bo awarded to the.
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition. I
And hnvo you then there this Writ j
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judge of tho Circuit Coutt of tho First
Circuit, nt Honolulu aforesaid, this lllli '
dny of February, 1911. t ,!
(Bgil.) J. A. THOMPSON, '
L. 7270. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit I
Court, First Circuit, Territory ot Ila- I
wall. Tho Territory of Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of j
Public Works, Plaintiff and Petitioner, I
vs. Isabella II. Woods et al.. Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition. Fllud
and Issued February 11, 1911, ut 10:GC
u. m. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed at 1:30 o'clock p. in., April 13. lull.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii, )
City nnd County of ) ss,
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of the Circuit 1 )
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory or Hawaii, do hereby certify the
foregoing- to bo u full, truo nnd correct
copy of the original summons In tho
case of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
He Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods et
nl., bh tho smile remulns or record and
on file In the olllce ot tho Clerk or said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I Imvo
hereunto stt my hand und ntllxed Sho
senl or suld Court this 2M tfuy t
S' HENRY SMITH,
''lerk. Circuit Court or the First Ju
dlclat Circuit, Territory or Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
Oener.il, and Arthur O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney (lenernl, for the Petitioner.
Sealed Tenders will bo reeelve.l lie
I the Superintend! nt of Public Works
i limn 12 in. of Monday, February 12, for
iiiniisiiiiiij 21-inrn cast Iron water plp,
nnd 10, J2 mid 18-Inch vltrlilnl !....
,.oni sewer pipe. Specim-uUmi niul
I Olmtltlfll.u n ,11.. I.. .1 (... . ..
" iii" iii iiio oiueii ot mo
Superintendent nf ppliHc Worka.
Siipeilntenilent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, .lami
ry 29, 1912. fill7-lfit
Mauled! Fitly more decuriilcil
inifos for Hie 1'lor.il Parade, (let hi
line fur Hie litecrst turiiltal at all.
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