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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.00 a da) tip
American Plan $3.00 n day up
New steel and brlclt structure, v
j-very comiort nnu convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rate. In the center of thtatrc and
retail district. On car lines trans-
1 f erring to nil part of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts" ABC code.
i J.H.Loic.ltonohilu representative.
FwrMhlng ii 'I'1- 1' I '
If hiirinnnloii-- 't It . ul-
ilm- .mil II i ii iln
iir bit" inn mil lli Fin -
iillilni Im ir in i -
llll III i III nil r- 1 till'
tomrnit of llit mil1-!-)
Emma St, above Vineyard
in tl AT
there is an .t tij i Tin: rhvt
servu i i nit tiii iii i'sts 'inis
week thfiii win. in: mhox
l.HiiiT dm i.s will or i-uMi:
Room and Board
W. C. Bergtn, Prop.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
JTEARKS & FOSTER
Jlcii7it ly the womtirul Wtb
l'rortu Hint prmlncti tin
, tnoit perfict inattreit I toicn.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thing; they
have in common is the word cotton
J. HOPP & CO "
OAHU FURNITURE OO.
Kino Stratt, oppotlta Younj Hotal
P. O. Hoi 810 Phnno fl
8TOP PAVlNQ RENT
A. B. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
OLIVER G. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
jB? ' Se
m " W.C.Achi "
BE ATTORNEY AT LAVV
-ESf' Kaplolanl DullHino Honolulu, f. H.
HE ' P. O. Box 60S
K Philip L. Weaver,
Et " ' . ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ri" " 112 Stannanwald Building Honolulu
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
SAN FRANCISCO .
AUTO DU3 AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
THE CENTER OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY THAT EN
TERTAINS. KUROIMUN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
t?' UNDER THC MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
S N BENITO, To Inn 2T WhUo
the atuar-cniip rrnii In tlio upper gulf
mint region of Texas suffered henvy
iliiinaROK lij the fiepze Into In Noiem-
nor, Hie unhnrvestod cane in mo low-
i-i lo Oiando allev escupcii wiiii
cnmiurntliol) little Injury
Tin- losses bowel er. to the crop in
1I10 upier wilt r tho pane-growing
territory of Texas, from which section
ilniiteni In Hip lower HI" flrutulc val
ley hail expected to obtain miltnblp
iliiantlilcM or the product for plntitlnR
iiiikios. will nintcrinlly reduce the
contemplated Incicase of acreage. In
one icspoct It Is oxpecteil that the
hisses to planters outside of the vnl
1p reelon will he of benefit to thp In-
ihiuirv nrnnnil hcip. as it will attract
growers to this latitude, which la he
low ordinary danger of dninaRP from
railv fi cozes
The transportation problem, which
lieietofoio iMndlrapped the. oris of
Retting the cane to the nilllsVIn n con-
KlderablP poitlon of the valley, has
been parti) solved this )ear by tho
construction of Bio San Ilonlto and
I'ln Grande Railway Company's sys
tem of Interiiibiii lines that run out
of this place In different-directions.
It In claimed that tbia new s)slem of
transiortatlon has mntctlallv reduced
Hie cost of hnulaRP, thereby resulting
In an aiblllloiial piollt ror llie grower.
11 Is rl.ilmeil that 111 no other sngar-
KrnwIiiR district In tho woild Is thero
Rieater prospects fur tho development
of the lndiisir) than in this i alley.
Tho new TMi-ton mill of I.011 C. Hill
and his sous began grinding nbnut tho
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER
Talaphona No. 3451
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Street.
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fort and Beretanla
FINE LINE OF DRY G00DI
WAII Y1NG CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
Ki(i sr., m:ak 111:1111:1,
Ileiilrri. In riinilliirc, Mnllrrnsps,
ilin ilr. Ml kinds of KOA mill .MIS
M ITIIMII III: iimiIu to unler.
nii'0ii:i:i:s or oiiii:ti, ijouiis
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
'.Ill Niiiiiiiiii, near lilnu' SI nit.
inlddle of Nuiember nml has cotitln
iio.i wlihiiui lutcrt notion slnco that
time. Tho harvesting of tho Hill
cane aggregated about 2500 acres, nml
Is neatly finished.
Theie ham been reiiorts current re
raniiv unit tun li.ml about closed n
deal for the sale of his new mill and
M!Mrnl thousand ucres of land, nml
also the townslto of HarlliiRcn, to n
s)iullcale or St. Louis men for $2,r.on,
0110. FINE START ON
SUGAR OF 1912
Approximately twenty-four thoiisand
tons of Ilawall'H 1!U2 augar crop has
been shipped to maihet by tho end of
tho first month of 11112, nml ManaRcr
A, M. Nowell of tho Sugar Factors
Company Is to bo congratulated until
on tlin management- that Is getting
the crop out so satisfactorily and on
tho Rood weather that has prowtlleil
to help It along.
If only tho freighter Virginian
hadn't 11111 Into 11 collision up In Pu
get Sound, it all would hao been
lou'ly sailing, but ns It la the sched
ule Is disarranged, and tho Mlssoit
rlan comes three da)s late. Mean
whllo the sugar has been (muring In
from tho plantations, ami It Is now
piling up a little, but Mannger Kowcll
eH'cts to Ret clear ns soon as the
schcdiilo is put hack into shape.
Heel sugar advices from Europe on
tho new- crop will soon ho In order.
How tho last ebttmntcs were reused
again and again Is shown In n glance
over the statistics sent out by V. O.
On September 21 he estimated the
crop as fi.187,500 tons, In October le
lsed this to fi,97u,000, on Km ember
1G estimated It at G,gRS,ni)0, on Kn
01nbor 17 mado It fi.nso.oiiO, on De
cember 14 mined It to (1,180,000, nnd
on December 21 raised It again to fi,
2:0,000.' START WORK IN WORKSHOP
OF NEW CLUB AT Y. M. C .A.
Tho new' workshop In tho Y. M. C
A which Is to ho used by tlio mem
bers of tho Craftsman Club, was start
ed yesterday when six boys showed
something of what they could do. They
wero under the direction of D. (1.
There aro tools and equipment for
ten, which number Is more than filled
on tho waiting list. Tho boys will get
together Friday, when n formal or
ganization will ho arranged. Educa
tional excursions to tho various fac
tories, foundries, sugar mills nnd oth
er places of n llko naturo aro planned
mid will he taken uhntit nnco a month.
The boys who ninilo tho start yes
tot day wero T)sou N'orgaard, I.eon F,b
crsolc, Itounld Illgglus, Leo do Hon,
James Piatt mid Charles Htchnrdson,
CHINESE TO CELEBRATE
After conshlciablo discussion nt tho
mooting of tho United Chlucso Society
last night it was decided that the lo
cal "Chinese should tnlto pait In tho
celebtatlon of Washington's Dlrthday,
Kelt. 22, A committee, consisting of
C. K. Al, Chung Chnu and look Sec
I. lug was nppntuted to innko atrango
ments for tho celestial part of tho pa
Karly In tho evening tho uncle! y
eleclpd olllceis for tho nnsiiliiR )oar.
Chung Ming, manager of tho Ivwong
Yuen Hlng Company, was elected
picsldent of the society, with Ho Foil
as vice president. Tho new president
was ebcorled to his chair by C, K. Al
and I.nu Tong amid cheeis.
Mr. Bhn of SliaiiRhnl w'ns VK'sont as
Unnuclal ugciit of tho new Republic
of China. He picseuted hla eicdeu
llals, which wcru examined and up-piou'd.
('alio fur nnniml cmiinratlon meetings
We Incrt-nHlnx dally l'lnntntliin nml
other tiK-rtltiK no far ciilkil nre ns fol
lows: Toll. H Oniiiiien Sugar Co.
Fb. 14 American Sugar Co.
IVb 14 Knlmkii l'l.mtatlnii Co.
I'ih. HI Ilawnllnn Siotnr Co.
IVb IR Oiiliu Sugar Co.
IMi. IS K11I111I11I II It. Co
IMi IS II It T. & I. Co.
IMi. IS lllln Sugnr Coiiiinny.
Felt IB Wiilmniiiilo KtiKiir l'o
IMi. K Willi! Agricultural Co.
IVli. IS Kahniipn Agricultural Co.
Feb. 1G Pioneer Mill Co.
Feb. lfl Olowalu Co.
IVli. lit Honunpn Agricultural Co.
IVli. 1C Kail Agricultural Co.
IVb in Wnlolilnu Agrl & Grazing Pit.
Feb. 21 Wnlluku Sugar Co.
IVli 211 llononiu Sugar Co.
Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd.
The annual mettliiR of the stock
holders of tho l'loiici-r JIM Company,
Ltd.., vlll lip held lit the oitleo of Iti
ORCntK, H. Ilnehfcld & Co. Ltd, Ho
nolulu, on Friday, the lfith day of IVb
ruary, 1!H2, tit 10 o'clock u. In.
In addition to any reitulnr liiisliiesH
that may be brnuKht up nt said mrot
liiK. the matter of Increasing the cap
ital stock nnd eliaiiRlug tlin par vnlue
of the shares of the company, and of
ninrnillng Its Articles of Incorporation
will lie conxldored.
lly- order of the Hoard of Directors.
II. 11 COO.
r.lri2-10t Acting Secretary.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual mi-itlng of tho mem
bers of the I.enbi Home held on the
29th day of January, and nt the fol
lowing meeting of trutees, the follow
ing officers, who also are the trustees
of the Institution, wire elected to servo
for the ensuing year:
President Mr. C. II. Athertnn
"..Mr. C. Montague Cooke
2nd Vice-President.. Mr. O. P. Cnstlu
Treasurer Mr. M. It. JatnleMin
Auditor Mr, J. P. Cooko
Fcmtnry Mr. O. P. Davle"i
CI. 1 DAVIRR,
HONOLULU RAPID TRANSIT AND
Notice Is hereby given that tho nn
mini meeting nt the Honolulu Rapid
Transit nnd Lund Company will bo held
nt the company's olllce, COt StniiRpn-
wald IIiiIIiIIiik, In Honolulu, on Thurs
dny, February 15, nt 3 p. m.
Ai.rnnn l. casti.c
mm Felt. 7, 13. 11.
IN THH CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIH
! First Judicial Circuit, Territory of Ha
wall. In Probate. At Chambers. In
tho matter of tho Hsfnto of Sophlo II.
11. Pratt, Deceased. Order of Notice of
Petition for Allowance of Accounts,
Determining Trust nnd Distributing tlio
Kstate. On rending nnd tiling tho Pe
tition nnd accounts of Robert J. Pratt
nnd John S. H. Pratt, Executory of tho
Will of Sophlo II. 11. Pratt, deceased,
wherein petitioners nsk to ho nllnwcd
12141.41 nnd charged with jr,739.40, and
nsk that the same be examined nnd ap
proved, nnd that a final order bo mado
of distribution of tho remaining prop.
erty to tho persons thereto imtitled nml
discharging petitioners from nil further
responsibility herein: It Is Ordered,
that Thursday, tho 29th day of Febru
ary, 1912, nt 9 o'clock a. m. before tho
Jiulgo presldirtc nt Chambers of said
Court nt his Courtroom In tho Judi
ciary building, In Honolulu, County of
Honolulu, bo nnd tho tome hereby Is
appointed as tho time nnd placo for
hearing said Petition nnd Accounts,
nnd that nil persons Interested may
than and there nppenr and show cause,
If any they have.'uhy the Bamo should
not bo granted. Dated the 23rd day of
January. 1912. Ry tho Court: JOHN
MARCAM.IKO, Clerk of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit.
C141 Jan. 23, 30; Feb. 0, 13.
IN THH CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At
Chambers. In Probate. In tho mntttr
of tho Kstnto of Samuel Kennedy Mo
Kngue. A document purporting to bo
tlin I.nkt Will and Testament of Sam
uel Kennedy MeKengue, deceused, hav
ing on tho 2nd dny of February, A. P.
1912, been presented to said Proltato
Court, and a petition for probata there
of, praying for tho Issuance of Letters
Testamentary to Henry Wnterlinusc
Tiust Company, W. A- Row en nnd P.
If Dickey, having been filed by C If
Dickey; It Is ordered, Hint Tuesday,
tho 12th dny of Mnreh, A. D. 1912, nt
'9 o'clofk a. m. of snld day, at tlm
'eoiiitronm of said Court In the old V.
M C A. building In tho City and
ninny or iinnniiuu, no tint! tlio samo
Ih hereby appointed the time nnd plnco
for pioWng said Will and henrlng said
application. Ry tho Court: JOHN
MARCALt.INO, Clerk, Vlrst Circuit
, Court, D.itul, Honolulu, February fi,
Bim Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28.
I A Sure Cure
r'or Catarrh. Hay revtr, CoM In the Head
HMIcult Urcathlntr.ctc. ,
Contain nothlnjt harmful.
Carina only In one alie Price gQc i
Bra. Benlimln Gomoound Nerbala
Stomach, Liver KlJney anj UUJJer Hemedy
111004 runner, a ureal meaicm.
tt Alab th Curr.
I'rlif , fi.oo per tonic. 3 lor si.50. o ror x$ oc
Honolulu Drug Co.
Hilo Sugar Company.
The aniiunl meeting of the share
holiUrs of the lllln Kugnr Coinpaii)'
Will be held nt the oltleu of Its ngi'iits,
C. Ilrcwor Kl Co, Ltd., Ill Honolulu.
Thursday, Kebrimry 10, 1912, lit 11
o'llmk n. m.
r i. HPAi.ni.vo.
Honolulu, rebrnary 1, 1912.
Waimanalo Sugar Company.
Tho nnnual meeting of the share
holder of the Wiilmaiinto Sugar Com
pany will bo held at the olllce. of Its
ngents, C. llretter & Company, I.tdt
In Honolulu, on Thursday, February
in, 1912, nt 10 o'clock n. in.
Dated, Honolulu, Februnry 1, 1912.
The nnnual meeting of tho shnro
holders of the Olowalu Coinany will
be held at the oltleu of Its agents, C
llrewer & Company, Ltd, til lliiiioluliii
Friday, February 10, 1912, lit 10 o'clock
11 I. SPAI.DINO,
Honolulu, February 1, 1912.
Weha Agricultural Company, Ltd.
The annual meeting of tho share
holders of the Weha Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, will be held nt the of
lice of Its agents, C. llrewer & Com
pany, Ltd, In Honolulu, on Thursday
February IS, 1912, nt 2 o'clock p. in.
Honolulu, Fibruary 1, 1912.
Kahaupu Agricultural Company, Ltd,
The annual meeting of tho share
holders of Kahaupu Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, will be held at tho olllce
of Its ngents, C Iliewer Si Conipnuy,
Ltd , In Honolulu, Thursdny, February
15, 1912, at 4 o'clock p. ni.
II. M. WIIITNIJY,
Honolulu. Febnuiry 1, 1912.
A meeting of debenture stockholders
of the Oriental Rrewery, Limited, wll
bo held nt the olden of n. Colt Hobron
Lovp building, Fort street, Honolulu
Oaliu, on the dth day of February,
1912, at 2 p. m.
r.l49.r.t A. HOCKINO.
Kona Bottling Works Co., Ltd.
At tho annual meeting of stockhold
ers of the Komi Unfiling Works Co,
Ltd, tho following named wero ilectnl
otllcers of the company for tho ensuing
President A. I Oreenwell
Vice-President R. Wussman
Auditor., F. R, Oreenwell
Secretary nnd Treasurer..!,. H. Aungst
Dli ectors . . . ,
John (laspar, Frank floines, J, A.
I.. 8. AUNOST,
January 30, 1912, mr-4t
Kahulul Railroad Co.
The nnnual meeting of tho stock
holders of Knhulul Railroad Compnny
will be held nt the principal branch
nlllco of the company, No. 208 StaiiKPn
wald building, Honolulu, on Thursdny,
Febfiiary IB, 1912, at 11 o'clock a' m,
ni.MRIl U PAXTON,
Secretary, Kahulul Railroad Co.
G. M. DUNCAN I
258 Beretanla 8U opp. Royal Hawaiian
il Hotel '.
IN THK UNITED STATUS D1S
TIUOT COURT FOR THH TKR
niTOHY OF HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, s. PEPEEKEO
SUOAIt COMPANY, ct nl De
fendants. Action brought In
said District Court, and the
Petition filed lu tho olllco of
tho Clerk of said District Court,
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
PEPEEKEO SUOAIt COMPANY, n
corporation existing under nnd
.by virtue of the laws of tlio Ter
ritory of Hawaii; LEU HON'Q;
JOHN LEE HONQ, JAMES LEE
HONG, MARY LEE HONO nnd
SAltAlI LEE HONO, unknown
heirs ut law of LEE 1 10X0, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONU: WIL
LIAM AKONU, HENRY AkONO,
LUCY AKONU nnd JANE
AKONO, unknown heirs nt law
of MARY AKONO, deceased;
JULIA II. AFONO; EMMEL1NE
M. MAQOON; MARIE K. HUM
PHREYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE U. RIGOS; MARY
CATHERINE AFONO; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
Q. HENSIIALL; MARTHA M.
DOUailERTY; HENRIETTA P.
HURNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
ER; UEATUICK MELAINE
URRWSTKit: ANTHONY C.
AFONO; ALUEKT F. AFONO;
AURAM II. AFONO; AH SHEU
AFONG; CHARLES AFONO,
THOMAS AFONO, CLARA
AFONO and ROSE AFONO, un
known heirs nt law of All LINO
AFONO, deceased; and JAMES
DROWN, JOHN 11LACK, HEN
ltY WHITE, GEORGE SMITH,
MARY JONES. MAIIGA11ET
MILLS, HELEN HILO and
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
era and claimants.
You aro hereby directed to appear
nnd answer the Petition In an action
entitled as above, brought against you
In tlio United States District Court,
for the Tonltory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from und after service
upon you of n certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition heroin, together with a
certified copy of thla Summons.
And you nro hereby notified that
unless you appear nnd answer ns
nbovo required, the said Plaintiff will
take Judgment of condemnation of the
lands described In tho Petition herein
and for uny other lellof demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORABLE SAN
FORD U. DOLE nnd THE HONOR
ABLE CHARLES V. CLEMONS,
Judges of said Distitct Court, this
2Dth day of October, In the year of
our Lord ouo thousand nlnn hundred
and eleven and of the Independence
of the United States the ouo hundred
(Signed) A. II MURPHY,
"No. 79. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA MS. PE
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY ot
nl. SUMMONS. ROREItT W.
BRECKONS, Unl'ed States At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OF
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. sa.
I, A. II MURPHEY, Clerk of the
United Stntes District Court for the
Territory nnd District of Hawaii, do
horoby certify the foregoing to bo a
full, truo nnd correct copy of tho
original Summons In tho caso of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs.
PEPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY et
al., as the samo reiuaiiiH ot record
und on tile in tho olllco of tho Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hnnd nnd alllxed the
seal or snld District Court this JGtli
day of November, A. I). 1'Jll.
A. 11 MURPHY
Clerk of United States DIs
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory of
By F. I DAVIS,
(086 3in lid
O. P. 8. SIERRA.
Notice Is hereby given thut the S
u mi. rm will snll from this uort Feb
ruary 0, 1912, Instead of Fehrunry 7,
nun on ruiirn irip win snu irom nun
Frunclsin Februnry 111, bringing her
hero the mornlna of the 22nd of Feb
ruary In seat-on to sea the unnuul
C. IIREWER CO. (Limited),
Agents, Oceanic Steamship 'Co
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Beginning February 1 next, n switch
ing charge of 10 cents for each and
eiery iitinpleted call will bo made for
long-dlstniicn mest-nges between the
iiniiimni''a illv. bx-btmit nml tlin litln.
. I-"-'." " - .v....... ...... . ...
1 phones connected with tho country
lines beyond tho Pall.
Honolulu, Jiinunry 17, 1912.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.. LTD,
By F. O HUMMEL,
With U A J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERM8 IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works. Plaintiff and J"
tloner, vs. ISABELLA II. WOt. .4!
PALMER PARKER WOODS nnd
MOl.LIE WOODS, his Wife; MARY
ALICE BLUETT and P. W. 1.
BLUETT, her husband; JAM EH
FRANK WOODS und EVA WOODS,
his wife; SAMUEL PARKER
WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS. IiH
wife; MABEL ROBERTSON BECK
LEY and HENRY BECKLEY. her
husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS! R. W. SI1INOLE. ERNEST
WODEIIOUSE and ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the
Will of Jnme Wight, diceased;
KOIIALA RANCH COMPANY, LIM
ITED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal olllco ut Puiihiic,
District or Kohaln, Island und Ter
ritory of Hawaii: JOHN DOE, MAUY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners and claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF of the
Territory of Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS and MOLLIE
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
BLUETT nnd P. W. P. BLUETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
nnd EVA WOODS, his wife: SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS,
his wife; MABEL ROBERTSON
BECKLEY and HENRY BECKLEY,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; R. W. SHINGLE. ERNIjJJT
WODEIIOUSE and ALLEN W. ,.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOIIALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, nn
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal odlce nt Puiihuo, District of Ko
hala, Island nnd Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE iilui RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners und claim
ants, defendants, In case they shall Die
written miniver within twenty days after
servlco hireof to be nnd appear beforo
tho said Circuit Court nt the term
thereof pending Immediately after tho
explrntlon of twenty days after ser
vice hereof; proilded, Imwuver, If no
term be pending at such time, then to
bo nd appear before tho snld Cir
cuit Court nt the next succeeding tenn
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to bo holdun nt tho City and
County ot Honolulu, on Monday, tho
eighth day of Janunry next, at 10
o'clock n. m., to show cause why Judg
ment of condemnation ot the lands de
scribed In tho petition herein nnd for
siiih other relief demanded In tho pe
tition should not bo nwnrdod to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tha
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And hnve you tlirn there thN Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judgo of tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, nt Honolulu ufnrcsnld, this 11th
lay of February, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
L. 7270. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii. The Territory of ljawall by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent K'
Public Works, PlulntlfT nnd Petltloi ,
vs. Isabella If. Woods ct ul , Defend
ants nnd Respondents. Petition. Filed
and Issued February 11, 1911, at 10:56
a. m. J, A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed nt 1:30 o'clock p. in, April 13, 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Cleik. Orig
inal.' Territory of Hawaii, )
City nnd County of ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify tho
foregoing to be n full, truo and correct
copy of tho orlghml summons In tho
case of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods ct
al , as tho same remains of record und
on fllo In the olllce of tho Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hnve
hereunto st my hand nnd alllxed tho
seal ot snld Court this 21st duy of
Sc'"' HENRY SMITH.
Clerk, Circuit Court of tlio First Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Llndsny, Jr., Attorney
General, anil Arthur O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney General, for tho Petitioner.
SEALED TENDERS. .
Sealed Tenders will bo ricelvei.'.iy
the Superintendent, uf Public Works
until 12 in of Innday, Fibruary 12, for
furnishing 24-Inch cant Iron wiittr pipe
and in, 12 nnd IS-lneh vlirllled Iron
stone silver pipe. Specifications mid
iiu.iiilltles on lllo in the ollle.i nf tho
Kiipeilntendent nf Public Works.
Stipirhitoiidenl of Public Works.
Depaitinent of Public Woiks, Jniiu
" 29, 1012. f.147-101
Miwli'ilt Fifty more ilenirnled
iintix fur Hie Floral I'armle. (let lu
Hue fur the Itlggenl raniltul nf nil.