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i , EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAR. 15, 1912.
mm IN 0UR
you will find design! and fin
lilies th.lt will be In keeping
with the wood and finlthei.
Will you let us show you the
SARGENT and YALE Hard
ware? Lewers & Cooke
177 SO. KING STREET
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan S1.C0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A hiclt class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
f erring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "TMwet"ABC code.
A lintel Hint tuts reach
ed the. highest, standard nf
excellence nf lintel man
ugement Centrally Iiciiti-1
and cominniids tin p.itrnn
nee of persons who know
Emma St above Vineyard
1H A (lOOl) PLACE TO SPEND the
WIXTItV WEATHER -TRAINS (lO
T Till: LAtt'.N
Rooma and loai-d
W. C. B.rflln, Prop.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
JItiilt hy Iht vumterul Wtb
J'rueut Hull jirmlnrrM Iht
f must ptrect miittrrii k ioipii.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thint; they
have in common is the word cotton
J. HOPP & CO.
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE 10.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
'-P. Ot-Box'ltO PbOM loll
ch, Ulot Apptiut. llMfi Flutwine,
,z.. .nJWln'on Stomich. HloaleJ Irtl
lnr I'l In Momh "" tlltrj, Sick
Htilictit, Dllilntil. CvittJ Tongut.
Ulluuintd. L bllpr. Uenru lvr,
Qilllf mi rvfr, MiUrli, BretVeone,
c.u. Tlt.1 rlln9.Junlrt.l!ckl(ht
Dlittlft, Gtivtl.lnclpltnt Uileht Dli
east. UUJatl Trouble, tnurtiit. Rneu
tt.Uim.lmrueUlooJ.OIirth.ScrofuU. Metincheiu, Nrvou Disorders. Sleee-
until, Kemoves Worms, Cutis Con-
ttlpAtlon, Anae mic ionjiuuu.
K Gret Tonic tor Women.
1 1 .00 etr tettls, 3 lor I2-.C0, 6 lor J 6.00
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
von Hamm- Young
tfoneeri and Leaders In
the Automobile Bntlneii
Agents for such .eU-Xnown ears
i Packard. Popr-Hartford, Htarsns
Duryee, Cadillac, T'oomaa Flyer,
Hulck, Ot.rland, tlakar EUetrte, and
American Motors Go.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets
GEO. C. BECKLEY, Sole Distributor
tOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
R. J. DERGER ELECTRIC WORKS
1181 Alakea Street Near Deretania
Storage Batteries rented, recharged
(SI, 7c, for cash) and repaired.
Expert work on Coils and Magnetos.
,' Complicated electrical work of every
description attended to on short notice.
For the BEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404 1 1.ANOAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
6UPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
ALL WIC ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING 'WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
BOUGHT and SOLD
Saddle, Driving nntl Work Horses'
'62 North Kukul 8tr..t
Tli BICYCLE DEALER rind IIK
lMIIIEII, Iiiih moTfd to
180 KIXU 'STREET
Xw locution lted front, neur
Young lliilldlnir. Telephone 2518.
518 S. King M.
Mr. P. A. Swift's Outline of
Club's Purpose at the
Mnnngrr I A Hwlft of May & Co,
In lil tnlk nt the Honolulu Ad Club
lunch on Thursday,' dcnlt with the
purposes nnd program nf the nd club
os follow k
Mr President nnd Members: 1 have
been appointed elinlrmnn of the edu-,
oiitliimil course nnd iimKram comnilt
tep Your vreahlent Instrnctod nip to
tirpinre n pniier on "Thp Ntt-iln of Hip
Honolulu Ad Club."
TIip objict of thl organization I to
xtudy iiihcrthlnB In nil Its plinxoi",
TIip duty uf otir ooininlttpp on pdu
catlonnl eourip mid uroKmiu 1 to pro
vldp n Kubjpct for rifocumtlon nntl
KppnkrrH nt each rrKtilar inectliiK of
Our iniM'tliiKi. ran he mndp n train
ing "t'hool of ndvcrtlxhiK for ewry
menilier, regnrdlcai of the line of Iiuh
lner he may lie eliKHKi'd In.
DIkciihhIoh proinotesj education,
KnoitledK'of thp prlnclplPH of niher
tlKlng paeH the way to auccwtful
tupthodK of "playing; the M-lllnn KOtne"
In n modern ny.
The Importniioe of niHirtlliiK for
every clnxn of tiuslnean needs no ex
tended nrKUment. AdertlslliK inntter
oecupleH relutlxely the nni place In
buxhieMH eeonoiuy an a unle force, thti
purpose,, of both being to make n Hiite.
The elmrncter of udverthilng varies
ulth the article offereM for Kiile, nntl
Hiieh luedliitn In metl u will, In le
juilgnieiit nf the ndvertber, produco
Adertli(ng conducted through tho
niedluni of piihllcitttonK, blllbonrdu,
ill'., with the bleu of creating u cull
for the odertled article from vari
ous users, should be hacked up by a
reliable and xuillclrnt supply of stock
In the hands of the advertiser. The
sale of merchandise. If In n retail bus
iness, Is furthered by a display of some
kind, proper!)' dressed In the Miow
windows of the udvertlser, with ap
propriate show cards to attract atten
tion of the pa Km r by.
The renl object of advertising Is to
sell Xo iiuttir what other virtues nil
ad may hue. If It does not sell the
goods It Is n failure. Attention at
tracted Is of value, hut attention to
the point of buying Is the only thing
The ad stands In the position of n
snlesmnn and should present the sub
ject forci fully, easily unci In n manner
peculiar to Itself. Hound rnnslderntlon
of the choice of words Is of prime lm
Ikirtnnre. Originality, distinctiveness
nnd accuracy of facts, In the composi
tion of nn nil, arc absolute necessities
to get real results.
Circularizing Is another Important
branch of advertising, a stimulant to
trade. Circulars receive the scrutiny
and study of the prospective buyer.
Correct methods along these lines re
sult In traceable business.
Our meetings are called for the pur
pose of diligently studying and dis
cussing these subjects without preju
dice tq the medium used In advertis
ing. Het the germ of enthusiasm
ntlnnt, and when the war of words used,
In argument at our sessions Is report
ed 'On the outside, our membership
will Increase twofold,
A great many prominent national
advertisers are attracted to our city1
for the purpose of a much-deserved
rest, recreation und chiinee of scenery.
It will bo the object of your commit-:
teo on educational course und program
to extend such visitors nn Invitation
to address our organization on their
methods and results of advertising,
whenever the opportunity presents It
self I would recommend that afttr thn
receipt of the "Voice" and the first
educational course of the Associated
Advertising Clubs of America, your1
committee set aside certain dates for
the presentation of papers on the Vlirl.
uu subjects, to receive consideration
In n thorough nnd serious manner.
Launching of Ginger Talks,
March 21 Tcn-mlnito addresses on
methods of prolltable advertising from
March 28 Presentation of samples
nf local nnd mainland advertisements
with suggestions for betterment.
April 4 lluylng at home, (n) At
tracting town trade; (b) Heachlng out-of-town
April 11 Advertising abroad Con
fined to local concerns nnd not to the
advirtlseinent of locally manufactured
This is merely nn outline of n ten-
tatle program for the purpose of
munching Dinger Talks.
The necessity of u -large attendance
at our meetings Is Imperative, nnd I
trust every member will coopirnto In
making the Honolulu Ad Club a grnnd
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for California
and New Yorki NOTARY PUBLICi
Orants Marriage Licensee Draws Mort
gages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases,
Wills, eto. Attorney for the District
Courts. ?g MERCHANT 8T, HONO
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" , - , r
Nervous Breakdown' Is a Warn
ing That You Muit'Hccd to
' Avoid Something
Nervous exhaustion, or bronktlown o!
the '.nerves, is mora often blessing
than anything else. Tliancneg have
rebelled and you should Ik; thankful It
is no .worse than It Is. Utltfereasa
sharp warning to relievo the strain and
to Uko s treatment that will build up
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peo
ple are real nerve tonic. Thuy sup
ply plenty, 6( nourishing red blood to
the exhausted nerve and do not excite
and urgo tlitni on to do work which
they have already shown they can
not do. Medicines which whip on the
tired nerves, do mora harm than no
inedicino at all. Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pevle People not only start In
Immediately to nie relief hut continue
to strengthen the nerves until they are
able to do their work once more.
Sirs. J. K. Udelle, who-o address ll
Boil30,R.F. D.No. 1, Oswo, Minn.,
says: "I was so completely worn out
from overwork and nervousness that I
was unable to continue at my work as
dressmaker. I was very wt ak nnd my
back ached continually. My stomach
was so weak that I could cat nothing
but light food and oven then I would
have pains liko cramps, (las formed
on my stomach. 1 was short of breath
and bad palpitation of tho heart. I
was in lied for three months. 'At Daven
port, Iowa, I wan under drx tors' rare
but received only tumporary nlief so
fave it up. I then used Dr. Williams'
ink Pills tor Palo People. When I be
gan using tho pills I bad no strength at
all ami bad-lost a great deal in weight.
1 did not liovo to Uko tho bills long
Morb I felt better. I iravCtlio piUs a
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Dr. Williams' Pink Pilli for Pale
People aro guaranteed to lie free from
any harmful or liabUVforuiIng drugs.
Theydiave given tho most gratifying
results in nervous hendaihes, neuralgia,
nervous dyspepsia, St. Vitus' dMice,
ml even in partial paralysis and loco
motor ataxia. Writo for the f reo book
let, "Diseases of tho Nervous Sjstcm."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro sold by
all druggists, or will Isj fent, postpaid,
on receipt of price, B0 cents tier boxj
Six boxen for 2.o0,hy the Dr. Williams
Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
10 TO MX REDUCTION
Main Entrance! Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
Kee Lox Carbon Paper
The mnit satisfactory carbon von
can g( t. ?n smudge, clear copies.
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO, Ltd.
Hotel Street, Near Fort
Brown A Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO
"Everything In Books"
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ARY and FILING 8YSTEMS, call or
write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT 8TREET
8TOP PAYINQ R't-NT
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 255J
(500 to 1 5,000
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.-
OLIVER G. LANSING
B0 Merchant Street
May's Old Kona Coffee
tst In the Market
HENRY MAY A CO.
AT YOUR GROCER8'
N. B. Lansing, Distributor
Artistic Jub printing run niiviljH ho
obtained from the II u 1 1 e tin's com
plrlely equipped Job printing ipluuL
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
1'nder and by vlrlue uf n certain
Writ of Execution Issued by the Hon
orable Wni, I Whltney, 'Beeond Jndgo
of the Circuit Court lofuh Klrst iCIr
cult. Territory of Hawaii, ort tha 8th
day of Tehrunry, A. D. a12, hi tho
matter of Julln 11, Mncy, I'lalntltT, vs.
t' F. l'e(erson, Defendant, for the sum
of i:iKht Hundred Klghty-nlno-and CO
100 (I8S9.6U) Dollars, t did nn the Stli
day nf February, A, D. .1912, makn n
demand on iC. V. Peterson, therein
named as defendant, for pajniont of
said Judgment, -as Mated nhove, nnd
hnrlUK failed , to comply with such de
tunnel to pay snld judgment, 1 did, on
the 21L day of February, A. D. 1SU2.
levy upon and shnll nrfer nnd cxpixu
for snle nnd sell nt public .miction to
tho highest bidder the property herein
nfter referred to, to satisfy the said
Writ of Kxecutlon, nt the City Auction
Itooms, llethel street, Honolulu, City
nnd County, of Honolulu, Territory ot
Hawaii.-nt 12 o'clock noon of Hnturduy,
the 23rd day of March, A. D. 1912, all
of the right, title nnd Interest of tho
said t F Peterson, therein named ns
lefemlnnt, In and to the follow Inn de
scribed property, unless the sum duo
under Mild Writ of ICxecutlon, together
with Interest, cost nnd my fee and
expenses, are previously paid.
PROPERTY TO BE SOLD.
All of the right, title and Interest
hf the said CV'I J'etirson In nnd to
those certain premise situate nt Ke-
wan. In snld Honolulu, being all of
Lots 22 nnd 23 In lllnck 8 of the Ke
wnlo Tract, nnd the same conveyed to
C F Peterson by vleed of Hoslnn An-!
tnnlzrl, dated November C, 1897, re
corded In the Hawaiian Iteglstry of
Conveyances In I.lber ITS, pages 4CG-7.
Terms: Cash In United States gold
Dated, Honolulu, City lind County o(
Honolulu, Territory ofNawalI. this
21st day of February, A. p. 1912.
High Sheriff. Territory of Hawaii
B166 Feb 21; Mar C, 22
Notice Is hereby given that there
will lie a meeting of the "Itepubllcan
electors nf the tenth and twelfth pre
cincts of the Fourth Representative
District, .it Concordia Hall l.uso street,
on .Mnndiiy.cvenlng. Mnrch 18. 1912, at
T..10 p m, for the purpose of organ
izing precinct clubs, electing otllcers
and transacting such other business
us mny he properly brought before the
KXKCUTlVi: COMMITTOR OF nR
1H'III.1CN TRItniTOHIAI. CRN
lly A. D. COOPRIt,
lly JOHN H. WISE,
G184-M President of Old 10th
DO IT NOW.
Rend to the United Tailors nnd have
our suits cleaned, pressed and re
paired. Altered If necessary. Prompt
nnd personal attention given to all or
ders. Tel. 2990. Kaplolanl building.
WM. E. MILES
Proprietor and Manager
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up to 12 noon of Tuesday, March 19,
1912, for tlib construction nnd re-ln-catlon
of Kaiiuwalkaula Itoad, Pupu-ukea-Pnumnlu
Homesteads, In Koo
Plans, specifications nnd blank forms
for proposal are on fllo In the olllco
of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Capitol Ilulldlng. Honolulu
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to roject any or ull
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Mnrch C, 1912.
Kauai Fruit t Land Co.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of thn Kauai Fruit & Land Co
will be field nt the oltlctt of tha com
fsiiiy, Stungeuwald building, Honolulu,
'1 11.. on Thursday, Murch 21, 1912, ut
11 o'clock a. m. f
ELMER R. PAXTON,
Becretury, Kouul Fruit & Lund Co.
I ORANGE. .BLOSSOM- CANDIES I
The Most Popular 'Candles Made I
on the Const
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LJOA
1024 Fort 8t. Telephone 1361
BODA- WXTER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at "end of Bethel
Veil 8tooksd with New Drugs and
llulletlu Wuut Ads n 111 0ud It,' .
IN THE UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT FOR THE TEIl
HITORY OF HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. PEPEEKEO
8U0AU COMPANY, et nl., De
fendants. Action brought In
said District Court, and the
Petition Died In the olllco of
the Clerk of said 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 liawull; LEE HONG;
JOHN LEE HONO, JAMES LEE
HONG, MrtUY LEE HONG and
SARAH I.KE HONO, uukn6wn
heirs at law ot LEE HONO, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONQ; WIL
LIAM AKONU, HENRY AKONG,
LUCY AKONG and JANE
AKOvO, unknown heirs at law
of MARY AKONG, deceased;
JULIA II. AKONG; EMMELINE
M. MAGOON; MARIE K. HUM
PHREYS; JUUA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE U. ItidOS; MAUY
CATHERINE AFONG; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
G.. HENSIIALL; MARTHA M.
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
UURNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
ER; DEATH ICE MELAINE
UREWSTERJ ANTHONY O.
AFONG; ALBERT F. AFONG;
AUHAM II. AFONG; AH SHEU
AFONG; CHARLES AFONG,
THOMAS AFONQ, CLARA
AFONG and HOSE AFONG, uu
knowu heirs at law of AH LING
AFONG, deceased; and JAMES
DROWN. JOHN DLACK, HEN
RY WHITE. OEORGE SMITH,
MARY JONES, MARGARET
MILLS, .HELEN HILO and
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
ers und claimants.
You uro hereby directed to appear
and answer the Petition in an action
entitled as above, brought against you
iu the United Slates District Court,
lor the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after service
upon, you ot a certltled copy ot Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
certified copy of this Summons.
Aud you are hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer us
above roqulrod, the said PlulutIS will
take Judgment ot condemnation ot the
lands described Iu the Petition horolu
and for any other relief demanded In
WITNESS THE HONORAI1LE SAN-
FORD D. DOLE and THE HONOR
AULE CHARLES F. CLEMONS,
judges of said District Court, this
2Cth day ot October, In the year ot
our Lord one thousaud nine hundred
aud eleven and of tho independence
of tho United States the one hundred
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 79. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COUIVT. for the Terri
tory of Huwai. THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. PE
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY et
al. SUMMONS. ROUERT W.
DRECKONS, United States At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OB"
Territory ot Hawaii,
City ot Honolulu. ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho
United Stales District Court for the
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify the foregoing to be a
full, true und correct copy ot the
original Summons In the case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs.
PEPEEKEO SUOAR COMPANY et
al., as the same remains of record
and on fllo In the olllco of the Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of said District Court this 16th
day of November, A. D. 1911.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States Dls
(Beal) trlct Court,, Territory of
By Y. L. DAVIS,
E08B Jm lid
WA8 AWARDED 'HIGHEST HONORS
At the ..recent California State Fair
held at Bacramento:
A GOLD 'AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Gookj; i c
With 11 A J
258'Berttanta St, opp. Royal Hawaiian
a. p: Mcdonald,
Contractor nnd lluttdcr
Estimates given on nil kljids ot
Concrete Work a Specialty
I'AC.UII STREET, JfKAlt KUUAND
IN THE CIRCUIT 0OURT OF THE
FIR8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
amh r.oUMTV OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, Plaintiff nnd Peti
tioner, vs. ISABELLA II. WOODS
PALMER PARKER WOODS Bnd
MOLLIE WOODS, Ills wife; MARY
ALICE BLUETT nnd P. W. P.
BLUETT, her husband; JAMES
FRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wife; SA'ifUEL PARKER
WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS, his
wife; MABEL ROBERTSON BECK
LEY and HENRY BECKLEY, her
husband: MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; K. W. SHINGLE, ERNEST
WODEHOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMLKY, Trustees under the
Will of James Wight, deceased;
KOHALA RANCH COMPANY, I.1M
ITED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its prlnclpni 'office ut Puuhue,
District of Kohula, Islund and Ter
ritory ot Hawaii; JOHN DOE. MARY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. unknown
owners and clulinants, 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 WOODB und MOLLIE
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
BLUETT and P. W. P. BLUETT, her
husband; JAME8 FRANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS and ROSE WOODS,
his vvlfo;, MABEL ROBERTSON
BECKLEY nd HENRY BECKLEY,
her husband; MA if I J WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; R. W. SHINOLE. ERNEST
WODEHOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
DOTTOMI.EY, Trustees under the Will
uf James Wight, deceased; KOHALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation haying Its prin
cipal office at Puuhue, District of Ko
hala, Jr.1i.nd nnd Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE. MAHY DOE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owncra and claim
ants, defendants. In case they shall nle
written unswer within twenty days after
service hereof to bo nnd appear before
tho Raid Circuit Court at the term
thereof pending Immediately after the
expiration of twenty days after ser
vice hereof: provided, however. If no
term bo pending at such time, then to
be and nppean before the said Cir
cuit Court at the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to be holden at the City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, the
eighth day of January next, at 10
o'clock a. m to show cause why Judg
ment of condemnation of the lands de
scribed In the petition herein and for
such other relief demanded In the pe
tition should not be awarded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And havo you then there this Writ
with full return ot your proceedings
WITNESS the Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, at Honolulu uforenald, this 11th
day of February, 1811.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
L 7276. Reg. I. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Territory of lia
wull. The Territory of Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plaintiff and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II. Woods et ul, Defend
ants und Respondents. Petition. Filed
and Issued February 11, 1911, at 10:64
a. in. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed nt 1:30 o'clock p. m, April 13, 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory ot Hawaii, do hereby certify the
foregoing to he a full, true and correct
copy ot the original summons In the
cuse of Territory of 'lawall by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, vs. Isubella II. Woods et
ul , as tho same remains of record and
on file In the office of the Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hund and affixed the
seal of said Court this 21at day ot
BeD HENRY SMITH,
Clerk. Circuit Court of the First Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
General, end Arthur a. Bmlth, Deputy
Attorney General, for the Petitioner.
GlflAIC NOW c
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
I F I T'8 PAINT
And you want a good Job, see me
8HARP SIGNS ARE 8EEN
Phone 1897 847 Kaahumanu
You must get the llulletlu (
get the Kens.