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PR SAN FRANCISCO !
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Flan $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 them nnd
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrlng to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers, Hotel Stcv.nrt recognized
i as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
i Cable Address "Trowels" ABC code.
I J.H.Love, Honolulu representative.
Evcrj thing nt this liottl
Is harmonious Tito ctil-
sine mid the service; tlio
iirrhltccluru mid the fur
nishings, livery arrange
ment Is tmiilo fur tlio
comfort of tlio guests
,lJtCmmn St, above Vineyard
THERE 18 AN Al'TO IN THE HUNT
service ron tiii: ufesth this
week Tin:ai: will ifi: moon
i.iuiit dances AvII.L you come
p 111, III
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEAMS & FOSTER
HaJt by thi wontUrful VTtb
1'rocin Hint product! tht
,( moil ptrtct mallrtu known.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thing they
have in common is the word cotton
J. HOPPfe CO,
OAHU FURNITURE no.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Ilox 140 rnomi SOU
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
IUY A LOT in
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
JO LJ V C R G. LANSINO
SO Merchant Street
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, f, H
P. O. box 60S
Philip C. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I2 Stangenwald Building Honolulu
t iij. i .
Distressing Symptoms That Arise
from Overwork and Worry
and That Show tho
Need of a Tonic.
A liUlo worry does n great deal of
harm. Overwork ami worry glvo riw
to nervotinr, headache, slccpltw
Wi lack of ambition, lack of ihtcrrrt
In lour work, weak back, indigestion
and sometimes n rompleto bn-akilown
of.tho ncrror.1 tom. If thow aro
vour syinptoiin, jou npoil a tonic Tho
lt way to toiio tiii tho nerpi is
thrpiii?li tho blowl. llr. AVllllnma' Pink
1'iIm for l'nlo Pmplo aro a illrwt tieno
tonic bi'iauo they enridi ami bulbl up
tlio blooil. Under their tonic inlliienro
lienoiKnrvaticl all tho otlier ciln of
worry and oieraork quickly tliapear.
Ihey lestoto tho ilijrcsllon and enahlo
tho liody to tako full ndiautago front
tlio food eiUon.
Jim. Jack Clark, whoso addww la
Box ns, It. 1 I). Kg. 1, Jledicino
Ixxlgo, Kana, pays!
"Through overwork I fufferpd from a
ccnornl breakdown for alout a year.
I was icry ncrvoin all of tho tlmo and
had nostrenpth at nil. I had sovero
headache which nearly droo too
crary. They often luled for two or
throo dajs. 1 wai cubject to iliry
ppclls and n Mnrrint; Mnation over my
ejes. I s also pubjevt to hot llafhes.
Any little cxi itoment would hriiiR on
thco nervous and dirry ppells. I ronlii
pctlmt Iittlo rot nnilwutlrodontnllot
tho time. I had no ntnbition to work
anihi.n frequently forced to stay in bed
for o day or no.
"I did not tit any benefit until I
tried llr. Wllliamo' Pink Pills for Palo
People. They helped mo po much that
I was poon ahlo to sleep well and after
n fair trial I was entirely cured. Sinco
then I havn given tho pills to my
daughter, who was 'wry weak and in
poor health, and Jiey turid her nlso.
Wo feel that wo cannot prrico Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pilli too hljrhly."
Tor a full platcment of thia treatment
write for tho freo iKwklet, "UioeaH-a of
tho Xenous Hystem, Their Nature,
Symptoms and Treatment." Send to
day, a potal card will do.
Mart today to euro yourpclf with Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People.
They aro for palo by all druggista, or
will 1)0 sent, ixndpaid, upon receipt of
price. fiOc. por Iwxj six Imxrs for JL'.SO,
hy tlio I)r. Williams Modleino Com
pany, Schenectady, N. Y. Never aold
In bulk by tlio doicn or hundred.
C. Q. Yec Hop Go,
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER!
Ttltphon No. 3451
Clothing' and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Streeti
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD8
Fort and Beretania
FINE LINE OF DRY Q00DS
WAII YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fiihmarktt
Wing Chong Co.
kimi wi m:au iii:tiii:l
Denier In Fiirnlliire, MnltrrsHes,
ele etc. All klndi of KOA and .MIS
MO. I'UItMTIJHK iiuido to order.
.MPoitrtits of oitii:.TAii noons
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
1)11 nuutili, near Klnj; Strict.
Ami I'lolh of Al (iunllly Can Ho
P. O. Ilox 001. Telephone 1731
Japanoto Provision! and
NUUANU ST., NEAR KIN'G 8T.
fornix (.'iii.ti: miihts, kimo.mis
AMI PA JAM AH
lill I'OItT hT AIIOVi: IIKKKTAMA
the Heekl) l.'illltoii of (lie eu.
lug It ii 1 1 II a irncs lulu niiiro
lliuiicn lliriiiigliuiit (In Mile Mauds
llinii nil) other neiispnper pitlillvlicd
More Lepers Pronounced
Cured Now and arc
Outtddo tho roiitlno mailer consid
ered nt the niectlnn of tlio health
hoai i jcnteiday that body also con-1
p'llercil tho pinna siilnulttcd h llnrk
fold & Co. na nRoiita for tho O.ihn'
Simar Co, for bettering tho health '
conditions In Wntpnlut. Tho reiMirtj
Kiibiulttcd that nt tlio present time
r tin nvlu t Inr rtnit1 1 1 Iriii i nrn i ITiriti urt
' iiu v vinuiifi luimiiiun j niiu a niviiuvv
to those living there.
A full report on tho Biihjcct wna
made by Dr. McUcttlgan, who Is tho
plantation doctor and also the govern
incut doctor for the district. Ho aug'
KCKts the running of n sewer ns tho
best poisililo vvny out of tho difficulty
The board went Into tho matter fully.
but nothing dcflnlto wns nrrlv'ed nt
owing to tho fact thnt t lie re Is nil
moncv available for such work. The
matter will not ho lost sight of, how
ever. Dr. JlcCoy suggested to tho board
that In rutin o hoiischoldcis bo niacin
lesponslblo for lnsnnltnry conditions
without flint having a notice served
on them. In other words, that If
wrigglers or other conditions contra
ry to good health ho found on their
premises they bo arrested without
having a notice served.
The board discussed this matter
fully, but did not decide as to what
course of action blioultl be taken In
More Lepers Cured.
The hoard also gi anted permission
for four more patients from tho Ka-
lilil iccelvtng station to be released
on pniolc. This makes seven In all
who have now been under Dr. Wii)
son'H "snow" treatment successfully.
In Kinie of the cases a complete.
cuia has been inn do, while In others
pntlcnta havo been i educed to such n
stago that they can ho nllnwcd at lib
el ty without any danger to tho com
One of the cjses reported scstordjy
was a Chinaman In whom tho marks
of tho disease disappeared from ul!
parts of the" Iwdy with tho exception
of oho foot. Ho allowed this to bo ro
moved and tho board gave him mi nr
uncial limn. Ilo has now been re
leased and wllh tho others will le-
maln under obsctvatlon.
More Plague Cates.
According to n wireless messngo re
celved jesterday nricrnoon from
lienltli Inspector llowm.in on tho Is!
ntiil or Hawaii, ono enso or biihoule
plnguo litis broken out mid nnolher
caso Is looked" on as being very sus
picious. Tho wireless read "Cnse alive, Ho
uokaa lllage. Very 111. Neck glands.
Suspicious caso llonokaa mill camp.
Question. Two positive (Infected)
rats, one llnnokan mill stabio; otlici
l'aaullo, same place. Ilowmati."
Tlio fact of tlio pl.iguo unking Its
apic.1iaiice In tho neck glands Is nc
cullar to tho dlbcaso on theco Islnndb
iind Pcdcral Dr. McCoy has noted tho
fact and If possihlo will mako n hdo
clal Investigation in connection with
It. In otlier partH of tho world It first
appeals under tlio ntins. Several rats
and Bonio mlco have been found In tho
district and Just near whero the cases
havo broken out.
Dividing his subject Into three pints
Professor (lllmoro at tho College of
Hawnll seminar held scstcriluy uflci-
lioon doalt with the, matter of "Tho
PiOBcnt Status of Agricultural lMuea-
tlon." He first defined tho rural prob
loin stating that tho problem of tho
fanner was not only that of lnlslng
crops and finding a market for them,
but that tho problem of tlio country
wus boclnl and ethical as well.
SiH-akliiR of tlio miwois Ihnt mo nt
work In this connection tho sneaker
placed tlio newspapers as first. In
cluded aro also periodicals, pamphlets
ami uookb. Tho piluinry icasoii of
thcsQ things having such an ttillucuco
Is that they go Into tho homes and aro
constant vlsltois. Ho dwelt mi tho
Impoitanco that thoy cany good, trim
Ilio colleges weio ulso serving their
pill poses, btatod tlio president, by
training jmmg men nnd women for
liil.il and household pmsults. Ilo also
spoko of tho vvoik that Is being dono
In Hawaii by tho Institutions that
havo been established for a long tlmo
iiini niso ny mo uonego or Hawaii.
In tho thhd pait of his paper ho
dwelt with tho testilt or theso efforts
In education as luojsuicd bv national
Ufi.llth una unlfjrA ft i. .1........
,..w.... ...... fHKHIU. Ik ,l,n D1III1, ,1
ll i. .....i... , - . '
...... ,uw ..iiivi iv.,,11 ituiiiui mm cill-
clcnt III ULconlaiico wllh tho lotmns
H'r unit "f labor.
Tho mooting closed after a discus
sion of Ilia Kiiliuku school piojoct
nnd of tlio goneuil vnluo of extension
I J"-u union peels Hpnnkleii nver
l'""lK wl" destroy any dls.igicoublo
'odor In tho house.
Next to 8unfeliine, nothing
restores health, strength
and vitality,, like
(.'alls for annual corporation iiiectliris
lire liierinslng dall l'laiitntlon mid
litliiT meetings to far tailed uro us fol
I oli. 1 1 .Hawaiian Agrliulturul Co.
l"eh 14 Ononicii Sugar I'o
l'eli. 14 Afnci li'.iu Sugar Co
l'el). II Knliitku I'liinliillon Co.
l'tli. 15 Ilnwallan Hugnr Co.
I'cb 15 Oahu Sugar l'n
full. 15 Kuhulul It. It. Co.
l'eh. 15 II. It, T. a. J. Co
I"cli. 15 llllo Sugar Company.
rcli. 15 Wnlmanalo Sugar Co.
Cell. 15 Wtlm Agrkulttinil Co
l'eh. 15 Knlmupu AKrleiilttiral Co.
IVIi. 10 Pioneer JIIII Co.
Kli. Ifi Olnwaltl Co.
1'eli IB Ilouunpo .nrli ulliiral Co
lel). 10 Kali Agricultural Co
1'cti 18 AVnlnlilnti Agrl k Crazing Co.
l'eh. 21 Wnllukll Sugar Co.
l'eli. 23 llononiu Sugar Co
l'el). 23 Inter-lslaml Steam NaV. Co.
l'el). 23 Waliinao ("oinp m
l'eh. 23 Hawaiian Tobacco I'J.uitatloil
Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd.
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tlio Pioneer Jtlll Company,
Ltd. will hi)' he lit at tho olllco of Its
iigints, 11. line kfi Id . fc, , l.tit , Ho
nolulu, on l'rldaj, tlio Hth day of lVb.
ruary, 11)12, at 10 o'clock a in.
In addition to uny regular business
that may bo 'roiight ui nt said incet
Ing. the mriter of Inereaslng tho cap
ital stotl' and changing tho pur value
of the shares of tho compiny, anil of
amending Its Articles of Incuiporatlon
will bo eonafilertd. ' '
I)y order of the Hoard of Dhectors.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Walanao Company will
ho held at the olllco of J. M. Dow sett,
.Me reliant street, rrlilay, I'cbruary 23,
11112, ut 11 o'clock ii. m.
J. m. DowHirrr,
Secretary. Walanae Company.
Honolulu, I'cbruary 8, 1012.
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
up until 12 noon of Wednesday, Feb
rum) 21, I!)!.', fur tho construction of
two (2) une-stoiy frame cottages for
the patients hi tho Kulllil Hospital, Ho
nolulu. Plans, specifications nnd blank forms
for proptiaI uro on lllo In tho olllco of
the Supeilnteiidcnt or Public Works,
Capitol Hull, ling.
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
icservis tho right lo reject nny or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, February 7, JV12..,
Q. M. DUNCAN
?58 Beretania 6L, opp, Royal Hawaiian
I A OlIFB LliTB
I nnn DEUUUIII
9 Drill. DtflJAm 111
" A - - -- .
.v .'V U1U., r
V14H.I i uncilKUJ im,i IU
I !;?.rc,,"r'h jv I'evcr, Cold In the Head
' I Ointalninotlilnx harmful. 5
Comci only In one le. Price .10c.
Bro, Benjamin. Compound rlerbalo
w,.. 11,,,,, rv'juty "iij iH.iJcr iiciucayt
' V ' ' lCillklU(
HonolultrDr ug Co:
m 11 Aiakc tne
Oahu SUgar Company, Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders Of tho Oahu Sugar Co, Mil
Will be held ut tho olllco of Its agent,
11, llackfeld fit Co, Ltd, Honolulu, on
Thursday, tho IStli day of February,
1012, ut 10 o'clock a. in.
In nddltlon to any regular hii-dncs
that may bo brought up at said meet
ing, the matter of Increasing tho cap
ital stock of tho company, and of
amending Its Articles of Incorporation
and Ily-Utws accordingly, will be ion
sldeied. lly order of the Hoard of Directors.
Acting Scire tary.
5151 l'ct) 3, 9, 14
Kipahulu Sugar Company.
Ily order of tho Hoard of Directors,
tho annual meeting of tho stockholders
of tho Kipahulu Sugar Co. will bo held
at tho olllco of II. llackfeld & Co.,
Ltd, Honolulu, T. II, on Saturday,
IVhrua-j 10, 1912, nt 10 o'clock a. m,
for tho purpose of electing olllccrs nnd
transacting such other business us
may bo brought before the meeting.
6148 Jan. 3i; Feb. 5, 9.
Waimanalo 8ugar Company.
The annual meeting of tho share
holders of tho Waimanalo Sugar Com
pany will be held nt tho olllco of Its
agents, U. Drewcr At Company, Ltd,
III Honolulu, on Thursday, I'cbruary
13, 1912, nt 10 o'clock u. in.
Ii I. SPALDING,
Dated, Honolulu, February 1, 1912.
Hllo Sugar Company.
Tho annual meeting of the share
holders of tho llllo Sugar Company
will bo held ut the olllco of Its ngents,
C. Ilrcvvcr & Co , Ltd , In Honolulu,
Thursday, I'cbruary 15, 1912, at 11
o'clock a. in.
Honolulu, February 1, 1912.
Weha Agricultural Company, Ltd.
Tho annual meeting 6f' the share
holders of tho Weha Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, will be held nt tho or
llco of Its agents, C. Ilrcvvcr & Com
piny, Ltd, In Honolulu, on Thursday,
February 15, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. in.
Honolulu, February 1, 1912.
Kahaupu Agricultural Company, Ltd.
The annual meeting of tho share
holders of Kuhaupii Agricultural Com
pany, Limited, will bo held ut tho olllco
of Its ngents, C, Ilrcvvcr & Company,
Ltd., In Honolulu, Thursday, February
15, 1912, ut 4 o'clock p. in
H. M. WIHTN13Y,
Honolulu, February 1, 1912.
Kuhulul Railroad Co.
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of Kuhulul Itullroad Company
will bo held ut tho principal hrntich
olllco of tho company, No. 208 Htanncn
watd building, Honolulu, on Thursday,
February 15, 1912, at 11 o'clock 11. in
i:r.Mi:ii 12. paxto!,
Secretary, lCaliulul ltallroad Co.
The annual meeting of the share
holders of tho Olowalu Company will
be held at tho nlllco of Its agents, C
Drewer A: Company, Ltd, In Honolulu,
Frlduy, February 10, 1912, nt 10 o'clock
V I. SPALDINll,
Honolulu, Fcbiuary 1, 1912.
Intor-ltland Steam Navigation Com
Tho annual meeting of Iho stock
holders or tho Inter-Isluiid Steam Nav
igation Co, Ltd, will bo held at tjiu
nlllco of tho company, No, 39 IJueiMi
Htieil, Honolulu, on Friday, Fcbiuary
2.1, 1912, ut 10 o'clock . ni
NORMAN i: OHDllK.
Secretary, Intel -Island Steam Navlgu--ton.Jl.W
BlBl Feb 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 11.
l'linlu llngrin liiir of lilglicc) grade
ran nun be secured from the Bul
letin l'liutu Eiigrutliig plant.
IN TI1K UNITKD STATUS DI8
TltlCT COUUT FOR Tim TKll
HITOKY OF HAWAII.
TUB UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. PKFL'KKL'O
SUOAlt COMPANY, ct nl , De
fendants. Action brought In
said District Court, and tho
Petition tiled In tho olllco or
tho Clerk of Bald District Court,
TI1U PJIDSIUDNT OF TlIU UNITED
PEPEEKEO BUCIAtl COMPANY, n
corporation existing under and
by vjrtuo of tho laws of tho Ter
ritory of Ilawal; LEE HoK'tl;
JOHN LEU 1IONU, JAMES LEE
110NO, MAltY LEE 110NO and
SAUAU LEE HONCl, unknown
heirs at law of LEE lld.Nll, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONG; WIL
LIAM AKONO, ltENUY AKONG,
LUCY AKONG and JANE
AKONO, uuknown heirs at law
of MAllY AKONG. docoased;
JULIA II. AFONO; EMMEL1NE
m. maooon; MAitin k. hum-
PHItEYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE U. RIGOS; MARY
CATHERINE AFONO; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
G. HENSHALL; MARTHA M.
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
BURNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
ER DEATH ICE MELA1NE
I1REWSTER; ANTHONY C.
AFONG; ALBERT F. AFONO;
AUItAM II. AFONO; AH S1IEU
AFONG; CHARLES AFONG,
THOMAS AFONO, CLARA
AFONG nnd ROSE AFONG, un
known heirs at Inw of AH LINO
AFONG, deceased; and JAMES
IlliOWN, JOtlN DLACK, HEN
RY WHtTE, OEORGE SMITH,
MAllV JONES. MAItaARET
MILLS, HELEN II ILO and
MARTlfA KONA, unknown own
ers and claimants.
Yoii aro hereby directed to appear
and answer the Petition In an action
entitled us ubove, brought against you
In tho United States District Court,
for tho Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after aorvlce
upon you of a certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
certified copy of this Summons.
And you aro hereby notified tliut
unless you appear and answer as
nbovo required, the said PlatiltIS will
take judgment of condemnation of the
lands descrjbed In tho Petition herein
nnd lot any other relief demahded in
WITNESS THE I10NORA11LE SAN
FORD II. DOLE nnd THE HONOR
ABLE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
Judges of snld Dlstilct Court, this
25th day of Octnbor, In tho J car of
our Lord ono thousand nine hundred
und eleven nnd of tho Independence
of the United Stales tho ouo hundred
(Slgucd) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 73. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA s. PE
PEEKEO 8UCAR COMPANY ct
nl. SUMMONS. ROBERT W.
BRECKONS, Untied States At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OF
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I. A. E. MURPHEY, Clork of tho
United States District Court for the
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
horoby ceitlfy the foregoing to bo a
full, true and correct copy nt tho
original Summons In tho case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs,
PEPEEKEO SUOAR COMPANY ct
al., as the sumo remains of rocord
und on lllo In the otllco of the Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WlTNEHSi. WHEREOF I have
hereunto-set rny hand and alllxed the
seal of said District Court this lCth
day of Norombcr, A. D. 1911.
A. U. MURPHY
Clcrk'iat United States DIs
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory of
By F. L. DAVIS,
Deputy Clork, - -.
5086 3m lid ,
O. e, 8.1 SIERRA.
Notice Is hereby given that tho S
8. Sierra will sail from this port Feb
ruary 6, 1912, Instead of February 7,
nnd on return trip will sull from San
Francisco I'cbruary 10. bringing her
hero tho morning of tho 22nd of Feb
ruary In fccuson to see the annual
O. IIRlCWER & CO. (Limited),
Agents, Oceanic Steamship Co
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS,
Beginning February 1 next, 11 switch
lug eliargo of 10 cents for each and
overy completed call will bo mndo for
Inng-cllstanro messages between the
company's city system and tho tele
phones connected wllh the country
lines beyond tho Pall.
Honolulu, January 17, 1912.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
By F. (!. HUMMEL.
BlSS-tf Man iger.
,N IHt ClrlLUir COURT OF THE
r-IMbl JULIIUAL OltloUII, TfcH
HIIOKY Oh HAWAII.
rtuLLHftci It KM a IN THE CITY
MINO OOUNfT UF HONOLULU.
11111 TL'Uiinoiti of Hawaii, i-y
Aiuiston Cuiupucll, tiupciinuiulciil
of Public Works, Pljlnllil und Peti
tioner, VS. 1SAHLLLA 11. WUUUa;
PAI.Ml.Tt PAHIvUll UUDS und
.MUl.Lli; WUOUS, ins vvltoj MAltY.
ALICE HLUL'1'1 und P. . '
ULUE'lT, her husband; JAMLS
lllAMi WOODS unit LVA WOODS,
bis wife; MAMUUb PARK EH
WOODS und ItOSL WOODS, bis
wile, MAUHL ROBERTSON BUCK
LEI und HENRY HOCKLEY, her
liusbuml, MAUD WOODS! LUCY
WOODS, R W.tilllNom ERNES!'
WOUEIloUSU und ALLEN W. V.
UO'l'tOMLHY, Trustees under the
Will of Jumcs Wight, dcccuscd;
KOliALA RANCH COMPANY, LIM
IT ED, 1111 Huwullan Curpurulioii hav
ing Its principal Olllco ut Puuhuo,
District of Kohulu, Island and Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN UOE, MAUY
DOE und RICHARD DOE, unknown
owhers und claimants, Defendants
The terri'iory or Hawaii:
TO THE HIGH SHERIFF ot tho
Tc-rrltvry of llawull, or Ids Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED lo sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS und MOLLltl
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
BLUETT nnd P. W. I". BLUETT, her
husbund; JAMES FRANK WOODS
and KVA WOODS, his wlfo; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS and ROSE WOODS,
his wife; MABEL ROBERTSON
BECKLEY and HENRY UECKI.F.Y,
her husbund; MAUD, WOODS; LUOY
WOODS: II. V. SHINOLE. ERNEST
WODEIloUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTdMl.EY, Trustees under tho Will
ot James Wight, deceased; KOHALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation having Its piln
elpnl olllcc ot Puuhue, District ot Kn
liala, Island anil Territory or Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants. In caso they shall lllo
written nnswer within twenty clays after
servlco hereof to bo and appear beforo
tho said Circuit Court ut tho term
thereof pending Immediately after tho
expiration of twenty days utter ser
vice hercor; provided, however. If no
term be pending at such time, then to
be and appear beforo tho said Cir
cuit Court at the next succeeding leim
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to bo holdcn nt tho City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tlio
eighth day of January next, nt 10
o'clock 11. in., lo show cnuso why Judg
ment of condemnation ot Iho lands de
scribed In tho petition herein and fur
such other relief demanded In tho po
tltlon should not bo nwarded to tho
Territory ot Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And havo ou then there this Writ
with full return or jour proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable) Presiding
Judge or tho Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid, llilu 11th
day of February, 1911.
(Sgd ) J. A. THOMPSON,
L. 7276. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, Flrit Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii. Tho Territory of Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plaintiff and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II, Woods ct nl, Defend
ants und Respondents, Petition. Filed
and Issued February 1, 1911, at 10:50
11. in. J. A. Thompson, Clerk, Return
ed at 1:30 o'clock p. m, April 13, 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clenlc. Orig
inal, Territory ot Hawaii, )
City and County of ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk or Iho Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Tcr
rllory or Hawaii, "do hereby certify the
foregoing to bo 11 lull, true and corrocl
copy or the original summons In the
case or Territory or Hawaii hy Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods ct
nl, as the samo remains of record and
on lllo lu tho olllco of tho Clerk of ould
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto s-t my hand and affixed Hib
seal of said Court this 21st day of
Hl"') HENRY SMITH,
Clerk, Circuit Cotut of tho I'lrst Ju
dlclal Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr. Attorney
General, and Arthur O Kiullli, Deputy
Attorney General, for tho Petitioner.
Sealed Tenders will bn renlwil 'liv
tho superintendent of I'ubllo Woiiti
until 12 m of Monday. February 12. roe
riirulsliliirr 21-Inch cast Iron vvnler plp,j
and 10, 12 ami 18-lnch vltiilb'd Ii.mi
aliitio sewer plpn Speclllcatloiis mid
inutilities on lllo In tho nlllco of the
KupMliiUiuli-iil of public Work 1.
Supirlnlendent of Public Wnikn.
Doht.mfit of Public Works. Janii-
niy 29, 1912. r.t17.ini
limited! I'lllr in are t.nr,iln.i
iiiitiiK for the rior.il Parade, (lit u
Hue for the biggest lurulrul of all.
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