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ttfiiifiiint fur Ihn rrmlttnliln iii.iniinr In
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Many holdeis nf oil stock hero will
bo Intciested In the following from
tho tallfornlu lields:
HAKi:itSKli:U, Feb, ill. As a re
suit of tho lslt of W II. Storms, state
mineralogist, to Inspect thu Kern
county and Coalluga oil Melds, a mass
meeting of California oil men has been
tailed for Ilakersficld on March ', to
discuss plana for guarding tho Mid
wny and Sunset nil Ileitis ugulnut tho
Infiltration of water.
It Is rented that unless speedy uc
tion Is taken tho ptoduclng nil wells
mid oil strata yet untouched will bo
ruined by tho seeping In of water from
wells that wero left to stand. Tho
alkali ute through the pipes, permit
ting the water to percolato tho oil
hands, A measuro will bo framed call
Ing on the state legislature for funds
and authority to copo with tho sltua
TliQ Independent oil producers'
agency will meet, heio Mulch !i tmdls-
cuss tho offer of tho Union Oil com
pany to pay its centB a bairel tor
agency oil in storage. Several million
barrels me nu hand,
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Election of Officers, Royal Hawaiian
t. II .......I .......tlitf ,,f tlin Htiii'lf
il .HIT ..llllll... .Ilv....f v. ...i. . -..
holders of the ltoyal Hawnllan Oarage,
Mil, lielil III Honolulu on Iholth day
of March, 0912, the followliiB directors
wire elected to ere lor me ensuing
1. W. Mncfurlaiic. 1. E. Thompson,
(ienrac II. Ilobvrtson, Uiorgo Itodlek
nml C. J. Fulk.
At n subsciUint meeting of tho
ltn.iril nf Directors, tho follow Iiik oltl-
cirs were. elected to serve for the en
suing year, namely:
I'. V. Muifurlano President
t. I Tl, .ii.iit unit .VI, i.lrif.liltllt
U J. Folk.... Secretary nml Treasurer
Ucorgc KoitlcK Aiiuuor
C. J. I'AI.K.
Secretin-, ltujal ilnwulhui Garage,
Honolulu, T. II.. March il, 1912.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Pearl City Fruit Company, Limited,
At thu annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Pearl City Fruit Com
pany, Limited, laid lit thu olllccs of
Mesirs. Theo. 11. D.ivles & Co., Mil.,
nu the 1st March, 1M2. the follow fug
olllcirs and directors wero duly elect
ed to serve during thu ensuing jear:
.Mr. U. 11. Wodchouso
Vice-President and. Director
Mr. 15. W. Jordan
Tri usurer ami Director
Mr. 0, I'. D.ivles
Secretary und Director
.Mr. W. II. llalrd
Director Mr. II. II. Sinclair
Auditor Mr. 11. W. M. Mist
W. II. llAlltD,
Sccntary. Pearl City lYult Company.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Humuula Sheep Station Company.
At tlic annual mcctlnc of tho stock
holders of the ahoio company, held
In Honolulu on thu 1st day of March,
1912. the following olllccrs und direc
tors were elected to serio for tho en
President uud Director
Mr. S. K. Parker
1st Vice-President mid Director.. i.
i Mr. Ii. 11. Wodchouso
Mr. Samuel Parker
Treasurer, ami Director
Mr. O. F. D.ivles
Director Mr. Henry Holmes
Director Mr. a. J. Waller
Seiretary Mr. W. CI. Slnglehurst
Auditor Mr. II. W. M. Mist
W. U. SINOLHIllinST,
Secretary, Humuula Sheep Station
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Walanao Lime Company, Limited.
At tho annual meeting of tho stock
bidders of tho Wnlauac Lima Company,
Limited, held ut tho olllccs of Messrs.
Theo. II. p.ivles & Co. Ltd, In Ho
iioliiln, on tho 1st March, 1912. thu
following otliecrs and directors were
duly Hotted to sirvu during the en
President and Director
Mr. O. F. Davlei
Vice-President und Director
Mr. J. J. rtclscr
Treasurer uud Director
Mr. U, II. Angus
Sccictary and Director .,
Mr. Ii H. Wodchouso
Auditor nnd Director ,.,,
Mr. W. C. Shields
K H. WOIHHIOUSIi
Secretary, Wnlanuo Llmo Company,
HALAWA PLANTATION, LIMITED.
Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual gcnuul meeting of the stovkliobl.
cis oMIal.twii Plantation, Llinltul, will
bo held at the nfllcca. of tint company,
Kiiliulu, Hawaii, on Thursday, tho 21st
day of March, 1912, at a o'clock p. m
Dated this 21M lny of February, 1912.
6170 Fob 20; Mar 4, 11
ELCCTION OF DIRECTORS AND
Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land
Nollcu Is heichy clen Hint ut tho
aiimial mectliiK of tho Honolulu Itnpld
Transit and 1-aitid Company, held on
the lSth day of Kebruiiry, 1912, tho
irullowlliK directors wero elected to
scno for the, ensuiiK year: I T. Peck,
U A. Thurston, O. P. Castle, C. II.
Atbeitoii, A. 1. Castle, (J. O. llallen
tyne, Itlcluird hers, O. N. Wilcox nnd
W. II. Cnstlej and that at n rcuular
mcctliiK of thu dlretturs of said com
pan)', held the siime day, tho following
otllcerH wero appointed to scro Uur-
Iiir the comliiR yeur:
I.. T. Peek , Presldint
1. A. Thurston.. Klrst Vice-President
O. I. Castle.. Second Vice-President
C. II Atberton ...Treasurer
A, 1.. Castle Secretary
W. M. IJnilmm Auditor.
ALl-'ItUI) I. CASTI.U.
Secretary, II. It. T. & U Co.
Honolulu, Miir,h 7, 1912.
Election of Officers, Union Feed Co.,
At tho iiuimal meeting of the stock
holders of thc'Unlou Feed Ckmpuny
Mil held on the 7th day of JMurch,
1U12, ut the company's oltlcp In Hono
lulu, thp following olllcirs nnd direc
tors veru elected to servo for the en
President and Manager
K Wi Mncfarlano
Vlte-Presldent. .Oeorgo Jjl llobertson
Seerctiyy and. Treasurer... C. J. J'ulk
Auditor A. Constabel
UlrcLtors K W. Macfarlnne, (leorgo
11. ItoliertKon. (jeorgo Itodlek, II. V.
Tenniy and C. J. l''ulk.
C. J. RMJCi-
Secretary, Union I'eetl, Company, Mil,
Honolulu, T. It., March 8, 1U12.
ELECTION OK OFFICERS,
Castle St. Cooke, Limited.
At the annual meeting of the share
holders n( Castle &. Cooke, Limited,
held In Honolulu on Thursday, March
7, 1912, the follow lug directors weru
elected to scrc for thu ensuing year:
(1, P. Custle, II D. Tcnncy, W. A.
How en. C. 11. Atberton, T. 11. Pctrlc,
U T. Peck, V. C. Atheitou; uud ul u.
subsequent meeting of tho saliUillrcc
tors, tltn following olllccrs wero up-
mlntiil to serve for the sanio period:
! P. CtiHtlu President
II. D. Tenney ,
..'.1st VIco-Prcblileiit and Manager
W. A. Unwell 2nd Vkc-Presldent
T. II. Petrle Secretary
0. II. Atherton Treasurer
I.. T. Peck Auditor
T. 11. PKTItli:,
Secretary, Castle At Cooke, Limited.
Honolulu. March S. ''"-
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hawaii Railway Company, Limited.
At the annual meeting of tho sharer
holders of thu Hawaii Hallway (,'oin
pun, Llmlti d, held In Kohala, Hawaii,
on Thursday, February 29, 1912, tho
following olllccrs wero elected to servu
for the ensuing enr:
H. II. Itcnton President
li I). Tenney Vitc-Prcsldcnt
T. II. Petrle Secretary
C. II, Atberton Treasurer
T. Cllio Davie Auditor
Tho aboic-nnmed olllccrs ulso con
stitute the Hoard or Directors for tho
, . T.ir, pirrniE,
Secretary, Hawaii Itulhvay Company,
Honolulu, March 8, 1912.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hawaii Produce Company, Limited,
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders or the. Hawaii Produce. Com
pany, Ltd, held In Honolulu on Jan
uary 25, 19J2, the. following, directors
wero elected to servo for tho ensuing
year: M, Kuwabara, D. Yonckura, T,
Sumliln, W, Motoshlgo and A. IC
The following officers wero subse
quently elected by the Hoard or Di
rectors to servo, for tho ensuing year:
M. Kuwabara President
D. Yonckura ,, Vice-President
A. K. Ozuwa Secretary
T. Sunildn Treasurer
W. Motoshlgo Auditor
(Signed) A. IC. OZAWA,
Kauai Fruit 4 Land Co.
Tlia annual meeting ot tho stock
holders or tho Kauai Fruit & laind Co.
will be held at, the, ulllc.e of thu con
puity, Staugi-iiwnhl building, Honolulu,
T. II., on1 Tluirbday, Murch 21, 1912, ut
II o'clock a. in
IlLML'Il li PAXTON,
Secretnry, Knual Fruit A: Mi ml Co.
You inns), get Hie
get the A'l'ns.
iioad ovi:ttsi:i:it's offich.
Honolulu, T, II.
Heated, proposals will bo received at
this office until 11 o. in. Saturday,
March 1C, 11112, for tho purchasing of
1000 cubic jttrds of ciirlli from Lniul
Knrth to bo removed to Hues mid
grades as glien by tho City nnd Comi
The successful bidder will liu rr-
iiulrcd, to pay 25 of hs hid iiioii. thu
iicupttincn of his proposal, an iiibll
tlonal C0, of his bid when OOO.yanH
have been removed, and the, biilaiieo
when 7B0 ynnls have been removed.
As mi owilcnco of good faltli, each
proiiosol must bo accompanied ly a.
certllled check for an nmount ciUul to
10 of his bid.
These checks will be returned
promptly to the unsuccessful bidder.
J. W. CAt.mVIILU
lload Overseer, Honolulu Dlstrlit.
Sealed, tenders will bo received by
the Kiiiial Loan Fund Commission up
to 12 in, of Wednesday, March 20, 1912,
fur constructing tho Ilnuapepo School.
All tenders to be addressed to Mr.
II. D. Wlshnril. Vlco-Cbalrmnn of tho
Kauai Loan Fund Commission, Mime,
Knual, at whoso oillcc copies of plans,
ppccllteatlons and proposal blanks may
bo obtained. '
Copies of plans, spcclllcatlons nnd
proposals are also on tile In tho oillcc
of Itlpley & IteynnliN, architects, Hus
ton building. Hunolulu.
Tliu. Knual Loan, Fund Commission
reserics the right to reject any und all
Chairman, Knual Luan Fund Commis
March 1, 1912. 5174-10t
Sealed tenders will he received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up to 12 noon of Tuesday, March 19,
1912, for tht construction and Ve-lo-catlou
of Kanawiilkaala lload, Pupil-tikea-Pauinalii
Homesteads, in Koo
laulon, Oahu. '
Plans, specifications and blank forms
for proposal are on tllo In the olllco
or tho Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol HiilldlW, Honolulu.
Tho Superintendent of Public, Works
rcsirves tho right to reject nny or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March 5, 1912.
PUOPOSALSlFOH SIIUVICLS during
llseal car beginning July 1, 1912, nnd
ending June 30, 1913. Olllco Depot
Quartermaster, Honolulu, T It., March
. 1912. SHAI.HD rilOPOSALS 111
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nnd (luurteriimster's Department, Ho
nolulu, II. T.: rurnHiIng nud delivering
Jco. to olllccs, etc-.: laundering towels
for olllccs; laundering liner for trans
port. For blank proposals and further
Information apply to the Depot tliiar-
tcrmnstcr, Honolulu, 11. T.
6161 Mar 9, 11, 12, 13; Apr 7, 8
Lots of from 5 to 11 acres In tlin
village of MAKAWAO. Mnul. millnliln
for grilpQ culture, general farming, etc.
llicso lots will bo sold by auction ut
1 p. in. on Saturday, Murch 9, 1912, In
front or tho Ilomnn Catholic Church,
Terms: Ona.half cash, tho Imlnncn
at 1 nnd 2 years with Interest at 7.
By order or
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IN THE UNITED STATES D18-
TltlCT COUIIT FOll THE TEil-
IUTOllY OP HAWAII.
THE UN1TEP STATES OF AMEK
i 1CA, Plaintiff, vs. I'EPEEKEO
uuuaii company, ot ul., De
fendants. Action brought In
said District Court, und. tho
Petition Hied In tho olllco ot
tho Clerk' ut said Dlntrlct Court,
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
PEPEEKEO SUQAIl COMPANY, a
corporation oxlstlng under nud
by vlrtuo of the laws of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii: LEE 1IONC1;
JOHN LEE 110XO, JAMES LEE
HONO, MaUY LEE HONtl and
I SAHAII LEE HONO, .unknown
heirs at law of LEE 1IONQ, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONQ; WIL
, LIAM AKONO, IIENHY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO and JANE
AKOvO, unknown heirs at luw
Of MAUY AKONO, deceased
JULIA II, AKONO; EMMELINE
M. MAUOON; MAMIE K. IIUM
P1HIEYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
caholine h. niaas; maiiy
LILIAN HUTCHINSON: HELEN
Q. HENSHALL; MAKTHA M.
DOUOIIEHTY; HENJUETTA 1,
ItltriNHl NANftV I. MnSTfintf.
ER; HEAT HICK MELA1NE
BIIEW8TEH; AN.THONY C.
AFONG; AUlEllT F. AFONO;
ADRAM II, AKO.VO; AH SHEU
AFONQ; CHARLES AFONO,
THOMAS AFONQ, CLAHA
AFONO nnd HOSE AFONQ, un
known heirs at law ot AH LINO
AFONO, deceased; and JAMES
11IIOWN, JOHN BLACK, HEN
BY WHITE, QEORQE SMITH,
MAIIY JONES, MAltQAriET
MILLS, HELEN HILO and
MAIITHA KONA, unknown own
ers and claimants.
You ure hereby directed to appear
and answer the Petition In an action
entitled as above, brought against you
In tho United States District Court,
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twonty days from und after service
upon you ot a certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition horoln, together with a
certified copy of this Summons.
And you aro hereby notified that
unlesB you appear and answer as
above required, the said L'lalntlS will
tako Judgment of condemnation ot tho
lands described In the Petition herein
and for any other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORABLE 8AN-
FOUD B. DOLE and THE HONOR
ABLE CHAM LBS F.' CLEMONS.
"Judgea ot said District Court, this
Z&th day of. October, in the year ot
our Lord ono thousand nine hundred
and cloven and ot tho Independence
of tho United States tho ono hundred
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 79. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. PE
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY ot
al. SUMMONS. ItOUERT W,
BIinCKONS, United Statca At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OV
Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. K. MURPHY, Clerk of tho
United States District Court for tho
Territory and District of, Hawaii, do
h'orcby certify tho foregoing to bo a
full, true and correct copy ot the
original Summons in the custj of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA s,
PEPEEKEO SUQAIl COMPANY et
al., as tho sumo remains ot record
and on (lie In tho olllco ot the Clork
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havo
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said District Court this 16th
day of November, A. D. 1911.
A, E. MURPHY
Clork ot United States DIs
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory of
By F. L. DAVIS,
.. .. .MS6 3ra lid.
WA8 AWARDED HIGHECT HONOR8
n.t tht recent California Btate Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD ana
A CASH PRIZE,
G. M. DUNCAN
258 Beretanla St, opp. Royal Hawaiian
a. P; Mcdonald,
Contractor nnd Builder
Estimates Rlvon on n)l kinds ot
Concrele Work it Specially
l'AUAHI STlllX!, XJJ.IK KUUAKU
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TI.H
niTORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Mnrston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, Plaintiff nnd Peti
tioner, vs. ISABELLA II. WOODS;
PALMER PAHKLR WOODS nnd
MOLL1H WOODS, Ills wlfo; MAUY
ALICE BLUETT nnd P. W. I.
BLUETT, her husband; JAMDS
FRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wife; SAMUEL P A 11 K Eft
WOODS nnd ItOSH WOODS, bis
wife; MABEL nOHEItTSON DECK
LEY und HENRY BKCKLEY, her
husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; B. W. SHINGLE, ERNEST
WODEHOUSE and ALLEN W. T.
HOTTOMLEY, Trustees under tho
Will of James Wight, deceased;
KOHALA RANCH COMPANY, LIM
JTED, nn Hawaiian Corporation hnv
Mng Its principal olllco at Puuhuo,
District of Kohala, Island and Ter
ritory of, Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MARY
DOE and RICHARD DOE, unknown
owners and claimants, Dcfendunti
and Respondents. '
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE Jliait SHERIFF of the
Territory or Hawaii, or Ills Dep
uty! YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS nnd MOLL1I3
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
BLUETT nnd P. W. P. BLUETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
nnd EVA WOODS, his wlfo; SAMUEL
PAIlKKtMVOODS and ROSE WOODS,
his wlfoT MABEL IIOHERTSON ,
BECKLEY nnd HENRY HECKLUV,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SHINOLE, ERNEST
WODEHOUSE und ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLEY, Trustees under tho Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOHALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, nn
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal ofllce at Puuhue, District or Ko-
hala. Island nnd Territory or Hawaii;
JOHN DOE. MARY DOE and RlCH-
ARD DOE, unknown owners nnd claim
ants, defendants, In caso they shall nlo
written answer within twenty days after
service hereof to bo nml appear beforo
tho said Circuit Court at the term
tltcrcor pending Immediately after tho
expiration of twenty days after ser
vice hereof; provided, however. If no
term' be pending at such time, then to
bo and appear boforo tho said Cir
cuit Court at th next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to bo holdcn at the City nml
County or Honolulu, on Monday, thn
eighth day or January next, at 10
o'clock a. ni., to show cause why Judg
ment of condemnation or tho lands do
scribed liIMho petition herein and for
such other roller demanded In tho po
tltion should not bo awarded to tho
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And havo you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honornblo Presiding;
Judgo or the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, ut Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
day or February, 1911,
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
I 7276. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Territory or Ha
waii. . Tho Territory or Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plaintiff nnd Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II, Woods et al , Defend
ants und Respondents. Petition. Filed
and Issued February 11, 1911, nt 10:68
a. in. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed at 1:30 o'clock p. m, April 13, 1911.
Robert Purkcr, Jr., Asst. Clork. Orig
inal, Territory of Hawaii, )
City nnd County ot ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clork of tho Circuit
Court of tho'FJrst Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory ot Hawaii, do hereby certify tha
foregoing Jo bo a full, true and correct
copy of he original summons In the
case of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent or Pub
He Works, vs, Isabella II. Woods ot
al , as the saina remains or record and
on ntu In the olllco of tho Clerk of sold
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand nnd nfTlxed llm
seal or said Court this 21st day or
(Seal) HENRY SMITH,
Clerk, Circuit Court or tho First. Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
General, end Arthur a. Smith, Deputy
Attorney General, ror the Petitioner.
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