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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 16, 1912.
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IN OUR STOCK OF
you will find designs and fin
ishes tint will bo in keeping
with the wood and finishes.
Will you let us show you the
SARGENT and YALE Hard
ware? Lewers & CooRc
177 GO. KINQ 8TREET
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $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 theatre and
retail district. On car tines trans
ferrin? to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets" ABC code.
J.H. Love.Honolulu representative.
A hotel that hns reach
ed tins highest standard of
cxA'lli'nVe e"f hoti'I mnn
agemi'iit. Centrally locnteel
und coinniands the patron
nge of persems who know
Emma St., above Vineyard
1H A nool) 1'I.ACi: TO SPHND Till!
WINTRY WIJATIII2II TRAINS H
id Tin: lawn
Rooms and Board
W. C. Btrgln, Prop.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
$TEARNS & FOSTER
JIA ly lit mmtUrful H"i&
Vrocm that iirikhiCfi ths
mutt ptrftct tiiultittt i ioich.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the (inly thini; thev
have in common is t lie wot J cotton
J. HOPP & CO.
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Btrost, oppoilU Young HoUl
P O Hoi M0 Foods lOII
FROM 45 to 50
Interesting Experience of Two
Women Their Statements
Ashcville, N.C. "I suffered for year
with female trouble, whito going through
the Chnnge of Life. I tried a local phy
sician for a couple of years without any
substantial benefit Finally after te-
pented suggestions to try Lydia E. Fink
ham's Vegetablo Compound, I quit my
physician and commenced using it with
the happiest results. I am today prac
tically a well woman and anxious to con
tribute my mite towardx inducing others
to try your great medicine, as I am fully
nersuaded that It will cure the ailments
from which I suffered if given a fair
" If you think this letter will contrib
ute anything towards further Introducing
your medicines to afflicted women who
are passing through this trying period,
it is with great pleasure I consent to Its
publication." Mrs. JULIA A. M.OOHE,
17 East SL, Ashcville, N. C.
The Case of Mrs. Klrltn.
Circleville, Ohio. "I can truthfully
say that I never had anything do me so
much good during Change of Life as Ly
dia E. Pmkham s Vegetable Compound.
"Before I had taken one half a bottle
of it I began to feel better, and I have
continued taking It My health Is better
than It has been for several years. If
all women would take It they would es
cape untold pain and misery at this time
of life." Mrs. ALICE KlRUN, 368 W.
Mill SL, Circleville, Ohio.
The Change of Life Is one of the most
critical periods of a woman's existence.
Atsuchtlmeswomen may rely uponLydia
11 l'inkham's Vegetable Compound. "
Notice I hereby glve-n that there
will he a mi'ctlng of the Republican
ele'ctura of the tenth mid twelfth pre
cincts of tlie Fourth Re-pre'seiitntlve
District, ut Concordia Hall, l.uso street,
em Monday evening, March 18, 1912, at
7 30 p in. for the purpose of organ
izing precinct clubs, electing olllcers
und transacting such other business
as may be properly brought before the
KXF.CUTIVI: COMMITTER OF ItE
PU1ILICAN TUIUIITOItlAI. CKN
' lly A. D. coopi:r.
lly JOHN II. WISH.
r.lSI-Jt President of Old 10th
DO IT NOW.
Send In tho United Tailors nnd have
your suits tle-nned. pressed find re
paired. Alteri'il If necessary. Prompt
und piTSOnal attention glcn to ull or
elers. Tel. 39'JO. Knplolunl building.
WM. E. MILES
Proprietor and Manager
I hereby give iiollcn that Wm. Dinel
Ih no longiT coiiui'cled with my dental
Iliiiinliifii, Marcii 2, 1912.
f i Fnitni'HoN. d. n. s.
KITSMur 2, 9, 10, 2J
AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL BTBER
P. 0. Box 040
Conducts all clastei of Audit and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work
Snt?eatloni given for ilmplifvint;
or systematizing office woik. All
Tho IIICVCLK PKALKK and
l'AIHKII, bus moTi'd to
180 K1.M1 'STItKKT
lied front, neur
lUili Cfli '"N
llie n one -hA
I'lioto l)ii;rii)lui; of hlKhcst Kraile
run now be secured front (lie II u !
1 e 1 1 u l'hoto Kii(rrusliiir pluul.
HARNESSING THE MISSISSIPPI
EQUAL TO DIGGING PANAMA CANAL
nuqe uam 01 uoncreie oeing ,'
Built Across Stream
Power May Create New
r ... !. .-..nl..- ntiilnBftrlnff ffntS.
WIH' III llir B""""' ......-. ...n
the world hns ever seen Is bringing
nliout mi linlustriui revolution in Ainrr-
Iciu Hut notwithstanding the enormity j
of the project and the Important de-
Velopmeiit It will entail. It has nttrnct-,
ed but comparatively little attention.
This engineering enterprise is me inko containing CO square miles, whose
bulldlnK of a power dam across the Lrcnt latent force will ho utilized In
Mississippi rUer nt n point adjacent producing electrical energy,
ti Keokuk, lu., says n writer In'citltt 8hr Powtr.
the CIiIciiko Ilecord-IIerald. Producing! Hcvernl cities In the district have nl
250,000 hydro-electric horsepower en- ready nrranged for n share In the dls-
ergy, It will be the greatest power lnmtrlliuthm of power, and many others
In the world. The solid wall of con-nr
erete that Is to bo stretched ncross the'
Mississippi represents n project rlvnl- trlcnl horsepower, (,0,000 of which has of the F.state of Thomas Jones, De
lug In magiilturu that of the Isthmlun been taken by the city of Hi. Louis ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing
On mi I und nn enterprise whose Inllu- under n -yenr contract. Petition for Prohnte of 111 A doeu-
ence upon Industrlii! conditions In llio. Qulncy. III., with n population of 40.-' " I'urportlng to he the Last Will
Middle West will be greater than that 000 mid located forty miles south of nr Testament of Thomas Jone-s. do
nf H... rnr.rmiipil Intereiceanlc canal th i.lunt on the Mlsslsslnnl rler. has. censed, ImWlig on tlie 21th day of Feb-
One of the Immediate effects of the
Mississippi project will be the develop- i
inent of a new and Intensely active. In-
dustrlal center In the United States. It
will Include the cities of Qulncy, Keo-
link, Fort Mndlson, Ilurllngton, Dnven-
pnrt. Rock Island, Moll lie, Hannibal
nnd St Louis. However, electric pow
er will be delivered no farther south
Hum St. Louis nor north of UurllnKton.
In anticipation nf the Industrial ele- power to locate there Ke-okuk, which
velopmeiit that will follow the comple- has recently reorBiinlre'd Its commercial
Hon of the dam, commercial and man- organization, has the commission form
ufacturlne activities In the cities men-! of government.
tlot.ed have already been stimulated., UurllnKton, Kort Madison, Hnnnllinl
Heeral already have one or several land other cities In the vicinity, many
iiinnufncturlnR e'HtnbllshmentH that ure of them within llfteen miles of the
the Inrtcest of their kind In the United power stntlon, hae decided to avail
States. themselves of the power fncllltles.
Another result that hns been conje-c-tured
Is the creation of a cotton iniimi
facturlnK district within Illinois. At
present cotton raised In Mississippi nnd
Louisiana has been sent to the New
HiiRland mills, whence the finished
product Has shipped to Its IokIcuI
tmirke-t The construction of the Mis
sissippi river ilnm will reverse this con
dition. With the completion of thnt enitln
eerliiK fe'nt cotton raised 111 Southern
Htntes can he shipped up the river to
Its IokIciiI market and Rradunlly con
verted Into cloth en route. The manu
factured product then limy bo sold In
the North or shipped to the Orient via
the Mississippi river and the I'anamn
Canal. Thus will lie effecteel not only
n savins In the shipping cost, hut in
dustrial conditions In the Middle WYxt
particularly In Illinois, Iowa nnd Mis
souri will be stlinulnte'd through the
elUerslon of part of tho cotton manu
facturing from the New KiirIuiuI States
to ii territory neur the center of popu
lation. The story of how the Mississippi Is
belnK harnesM'd to perform the work
of an linlustriui empire Is n fusclnntlnK
one. The pemer of wuter produced will
iie-xer full as lonir ns the How of the
KTe'atest of all rivers continues.
The project entails the bulldlliR of an
indestructible! wall of solid concrete
across the Mississippi, spanning the
chasm between the Iowa and Illinois
banks. A huge powerhouse and lock
nnd elryileick iilso uro In course o( con
struction. Its total cgst will bo $25,-
More than SCO.OOO cubic yards of ma
sonry will be required In tho construc
tion, iilxo C50.000 liurrels of cement and
7000 tons of steel. The work Is belnK
pushed forward from both sides of the
river, the Iowa division comprising
powerhouse und lock und the Illinois
section the dam Itself. The powerhouse
and lock ure located In the bed of the
river, nnd the work on them Is carried
on Inside u cofferdam.
The cofferdam Is composed of a se
ries of tlmher cribs resembling largo
wooden boxes that ure tilled with stone
to prevent tlie water from washing
them away. The first crltis were
placed lu January while the river wus
On the Illinois division of tho project,
where tlie sulu concern Is the construe
Hon of the main dam, It was decided
that never during working hours 'was
the placing of concrete to bs Inter
rupted, while ut the sumo time tho
erection of steel forms and the tilling
of spillways were to proceed. That
these operations might be carried on
simultaneously without Inte'rferlngwlth
one another, u, system of four "steel
travelers" wus designed.
Machines Rush Work.
One of these, consisting principally
of u ISO-foot cantilever suspended from
u tower, places the concrete, support
lug two trolley ways which pick the
loinled concrete from the curs und
place It where It can bo dumped. In
order that the steel forms may be ul
ways ready for the concreto n second
traveler Is used for their construction,
while a third dismantles tlie steel forms
lifter the-y have) served the purpose. The
fourth derrick Is usi'd to place concreto
lu the spillway sections between the
The excnvntlon for tho dam Is car
rier! on several hundred feet In advance
of the I'oncrete construction Tho earth
Is III st reinow-d, and then ull shale und
poor stone Is cleurrd uwuy by blustlng
Another Interesting featuie is that
I'" "" r ,1C t0"'1 ,,ngl,, of """
' m,m vn ,ir ia"u- ""
"m"n"! "'.:.." ."'...
All Ice fender will he Imllt up-stream
from the tipper end of the powerhouse (
nml curving Into n junction with the
(shore In order to keep limiting Ice nnd
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H'K IIUIII I ll,e e lUfi, Mini n. .ill" ,.,,,
,c 2&oo feet Iouk anil constructed of
0lld masonry. There will lie large
arched opening below the water level,
through which the water will llnd Its
wny to the powerhouse. The damming
f the big stream Is to create n real
contemplating doing so.
development will be for 120,000 ec-
through Its commercial organization.
the Qulncy Chamber of Ce.niinerce.slg-
nllled Its Intention of taking power from
the plant, und will raise a fund for"'11' ' '"rT 'esinmeninry .o
the securing of additional manufactur-
Ing Interests lim-ei oy nawiiimn irusi vu , i.in ; ii
Keokuk, a 'city of 16.000 Inhabitant...10"1"' ,1,n' T"';r';'ln'' t8'" '",V
i..i..i f Mnrclt. A D 1912. nt 9 o'clock n.
nun irvuinij iiiitii ivr,ivj tiiiuufsii ii
lie subscription for the purpose of In
'eluclni; manufacturers who deMre cheap
ALL YOU NEED IS A
No Hick llendnrlie, Illllou Stoinncli,
ronled Tonnue or ('iiusllpnted
llonels bj niornliiK.
Turn the rascals nut tho hendacho,
tho biliousness the Indigestion, the
sick, sour stomach and foul gases
turn them out tonight and keep them
out with Cascarets.
Millions of men and women take a
Cascnret now and then and never
know tho misery caused by a lazy
liver, clogged bowels or an upset
Don't put In another dny of distress.
Let Cascnrcts cleanse nnd regulate
your stomnch; remove tho sour, undi
gested and fermenting food nnd that
mlsery-mnklng gas; take the excess
bile from your liver nnd carry out of
tho system o,U tho decomposed waste
matter and poison In tho Intestines
nud bowels. Then you will feel great.
A Cascarct tonight will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work wlillo you sleep, A 10-ccut box
from any ilrug storo moans a clear
head and cheerfulness for months.
Children loe to take Cascarets be
cause Hhcy tusto good tievor grlpo
For the Furnishing of a Powsr Police
Patrol for tho U of tho Police
Department of the City and County
Sealed proposals will be received at
the Otllce of the City and County
Clerk up to the hour of 7:',0 p. in. of
Tuesday. April 23, 1912, for 1 power
l'ollce I'atrol with the following re-
llody to seat twelve pnssengcrs and
designed to carry stretcher.
Hides open, without rear doors. Step
to curry two pussengers.
Maximum speed: 30 miles per hour.
Motor, number cylinders 4 to 8.
Shaft or chain drive'.
Tires! 30x5 minimum front, pheti
mutlo; 3GxSVi rear, pneumatic; or duul
Hlectrlc heud lights.
denerutnr with storage.
Submit bid uUn for chassis only.
As n guarantee nf good faith, bid
ders are required to tile certlllcd checks
I'lpial to " of bids submitted.
The Hoard of Supervisors reserves
the right to ri'Ject any or ull bids,
I). KAI.AUOKAi.ANI Jit.,
City and County Clerk.
SlflC Mar 15, IK. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
Kauai Fruit et. Land Co.
The iinnual meetliiR of thS stock
holders of the Kauai Fruit & Land C"
will be lie-Id lit the otllce of the com
puny, Staugeuwald building, Honolulu,
1' II , nn Thursday, March 21, 1912, ut
11 o'clock II 411
ELMER E. PAXTON,
Secretury, Kuiinl Fruit A Land Co.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having been duly
appointed administrator of the estate
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I ee 1.11111. Iiee-e'useil, u luu nimui-
.. 1 ....,
nllle William l Wlliwiey, imwiu ju.iKo
of the Circuit Court of the First Clr
cult, hereby gives notice to nil crr.1
HotH f i,i .uu to present their
!1iltim .Infc imflipntlcnti'el mill With
,.,,. ,rnv Mt. even
( (hi cMm ,,,,.,.,, ,,y Inrl.
gnge upon real estate.
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n,J (,r (( Rf)X
w w Itliln six
!i, Ocncrnl Cost
inoiillis from this
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,.,..i.. ul,i . ,.v
immediate payment to him nt the of.
c( ur n,,rem, aforesaid
Honolulu, February 24, 1912.
Administrator of the )tate of Yeo
BlOO Feb 24; Mar 2. !. K,
IN Tlin CIRCUIT COURT OP Tin:
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At
In Probate. In the mntter
""""V. A D 1912. been presented to
"ul1 1'robate Court, and n petition for
" " y-. i'ri..v.K i..r i.m .-.i-
"'" irusi eo. i.in. nainK wen
im of said eiiey, nt the courtroom of
said Court In the old Y M. f A build
ing In the City nnd County of Hono
lulu, be nnd the same Is hereby ap
pointed the time and place for proving
said will and hearing snlel application
lly the Court: JOHN MAItCAI.I.INO.
Clerk, Klrst Circuit Court Dated, Ho
nolulii, February 24, 1912.
SH9 Keli 24! Mar 2. 9. 1C
IN TIIH CIRCUIT COURT. ITRST
Circuit, Territory of Hnwnll In Pro
bate'. At Chambers, Nn. 4411, In tho
mntter of the Kstate of Walter Ilemsen
llrlnckerhnrr, decense-d. fin rending
nnd llllng the petition nnd accounts of
The Hawaiian Trust Compnny, Limit
ed, ancillary administrator with the
will nnnexi'd ef the estnte of Walter
Henisen IlrlnckerhofT, de'censed. where
in petitioner nskh to be allowed SL
OKI 54 nnd ehnrg-d with 110,387.31, and
nsks that the same be examined and
approved, nnd thnt n llnnl eirder be
made nf distribution nf tlie remaining
properly to the persons thereto enti
tled and discharging petitioner nnd
suretle-s from nil further responsibility
herein; It Is Ordereel, thnt AVednesilny,
the 17th day of April, A. I). I!12. nt
! o'cleK'k n m before the Jiulge pre
siding at Chnmbers nf said Court at
the courtroom In the old Y. M. C. A.
building, III Honolulu. County of Ho
nolulu, be and the same hereby Is ni
poluti'd the time nnd place for hearlnn
said petition nnd nccounts, nnd that
nil persons Interested mny tbe'n nnd
there appenr and show cause. If any
they have', why the same should not
be grunte'd, ami may present evlelence
ns to who are entitled tei the said prop
erty, lly the Court: JOHN MAIt
CALLINO. Clerk, Tlrst circuit Court.
Dated the Rill day nf March. 1H12.
BI81 Mar 9, Hi. 23, 30
Seuled tenders will be ri'celved by
tho .Superintendent of l'ubllc Works
up to 12 noon of Tuesday, March 19,
1912, for the. construction and re-location
of Kaniiwnlkaiila Itnail, I'lipil-ukea-I'iiumnlu
Homesteads, in Koo-
rians, specifications and blank forms
for proposal are on illu In thu utiles
of the Superintendent of l'ubllc
Works, Capitol lliilldlng, Honolulu.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to I eject nny or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March 5, 1912.
Tsft Republicans, Fourth Precinct,
At the request of the Tuft Li-ague,
ii meeting of the Taft Ilepiibllcnns of
tlie Fourth 1'reclnit, Fourth District,
will be helil ill tlie barn on tho prem
ises of Colonel John II Soper lit 7:30
o'clock p in on Monday, Marcii 18,
1912 Your presence Is earnestly re
ORANGE BLOS80M CANDIE8
The Alost Popular Cnnd'es Made
on the Coast
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.
1024 Fort 81. Telephone 1364
NEW DRUG STORE
BODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUQ CO.
4 Hotel Street el end of Bethel
Vedi Btooked with New Drugs .and
IN THK UNITED STATKS DIS
TltlCT CUUKT FOR TM1J 'I Kit
HITOKY OK HAWAII
UNITKD STATKS OK AA1KK-
1CA. Plaintiff, vs. PKPKKKKU
SUtlAK COMPANY, el ul., De
fendunts. Aetlou biuiiKhl In
said District Court, und the
1'etltlon tiled lu the otllce ul
the Clerk of said District Court,
TiiK PRKSIDKNT OF THK UNITKD
I'r.rUKKKU HtlUAIC (JU.Ml'A.Mr, u
corporation existing under uud
by vntuu of tliu laws of the Ter
ritory of lluwull; LKU HONU;
JOHN LKK HONU, JA.MIOS LICK
HONU, MaIiY LICK HONU uud
SAKA1I LKK HONU, unknown
heirs ul law of LKK HONU, de
ceused; ANN1K AKONU; WIL
LIAM AKUNU, IIKNItY AKONU,
LUCY AKUNU aud J A N K
AKOvU, unknown heirs at law
of MAItY AKONU, deceased;
JULIA II. AKONU, KMMKLINK
M. MACOON; MA1HK K. HUM
I'llllKYS; JULIA JOILNSTONK;
CAKOLINK U. H1UUS; MAItY
CATIIKIUNK AFONU; AL1CK
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HKLKN
U. HKNSIIALL; MAHTHA M
. UOUU1IKUTY; HKNHIKTTA P.
UUHN8; NANCY L. McSTOCK-
Kit: UK AT HICK MKLAINK
UKKWSTKIl; ANTHONY C.
AFONU; AU1KHT F. AFONU;
A1IHA.M II. AKONU; All HHL'U
AFONU; CHAltLKS AFONO,
THOMAS AFONO, CLAKA
AFONU und JIOSK AFONU, un
kuowu heirs ut luw of AH LINO
AFONU. deceased; and JAMKS
liltOWN, JOHN 1II.ACK, HKN'
IIY WIHTK. UKOItUK BMITII,
MAHY JONKS. MAltUAHKT
MILLS. HKLKN IIILO aud
MAHTHA KONA, iiuknuwii own
ers und rlulmuutu.
You are boreby directed to appear
uud answer the Petition In ail uctlou
entitled as above, brought ugalust you
In the United States District Couit,
for the Territory of lluwull, wlthlu
twenty duys from und utter service
upon you of a certlllcd copy of Plain
tiff's Petition herein, together with a
certlllcd copy of this Summons.
And you ute hereby notified that
unless you appear and uuswer us
above required, the said PlulntIS will
take Judgment nf condemnation of the
lauds described lu the Petition lierelu
uud for uny other relief deuiundtd In
WITNKSS TIIK HONOltAHLK HAN
FOHIJ U. DOLE uud THK HONOlt
AHLK CHAltLKS F. CLKMONS,
Judges of said District Court, this
2Cth day of October, In the year of
our Lord ouo thousand ulna hundred
and eleven and of the Independence
of tho United Slates thu one hundred
(Signed) A K. MUltPHY,
"No. 7!. UNITKD STATKS DI8
TIHCT COURT, for tho Terri
tory of Hawaii. THK UNITKD
STATKS OF AMKU1CA vs. PK
PKKKKO SUGAR COMPANY et
al. SUMMONS. UOIIKRT W.
IlltKCKONS, United Stutes At
torney." THK UNITKD HTATKS OF
Torrltory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. as.
I. A. K. MUltPHY. Clerk of tho
United States District Court for the
Torrltory and District of llawull, do
hereby certify the foregoing to be a
full, true and correct copy of the
original Riimmnns In the case of TIIK
UNITKD STATKS OF AMKRICA va
PEPEKKKO SUOAIl COMPANY et
al.. as the sntne remalna of record
and on file In the olllco of the Clerk
of aald District Court.
IN WITNKSS WHKRKOF I have
hereunto set my hand and afllxed the
seal of said District Court this 16th
day of November, A. D. Hill.
A. K. MURPHT
Clerk of United States Ills-
(Soul) trlct Court, Territory of
Uy K. U DAVIS,
f,08 3m lid
WAS AWARDED HIOHECT HONORS
M the recent California Hints Fair
held at Sacramento:
A OOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD snel
A CASH PRIZE
G. M. UUNCAN
753 Beretanls St, opp. Royal Hawaiian
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and lliillilcr
given nn all kinds
Coiicrete Work a Hpeclaltj
PA UAH I HTItKET, .NL'AU NTUA.NU
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
FIHbT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITOHY OF HAWAII.
rtOLUINO TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
TIIK 'IHItltl'lURY OF HAWAII, by
Mulslou Cuinpliell, Supe.riuteiident
of l'ubllc Works, I'lnlntllT und Peti
tioner, vs 1SAIIK1.LA II. WOODS;
PALMKR PARKKR WOODS and
MuL1.li: WUUDS, bis wife; MARV
Al.lCi: lll.l I?1T and P. W. P.
lll.UKTT, tier husband; JAMKS
FRANK WOODS und KVA WOODS,
bis w lie. S A Al V i: I. P A R K K II
WUUHS und HUSi: WOODS, hie
wife, AIAIIHI. IIUHWITSON 11KCK
I.HY und IIKNHY UKUKl.RY. her
husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. M1IINULK, KRNKST
WODKHUUSi: and ALLUN W. T.
IIOTTUMLKY, Trustees under the
Will of Jnine-s Wight, detease-d;
KOHALA RANCH COMPANY. LIM
ITKD, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal olllce nt Puuhue,
District of Kobiiln. Island und Ter
ritory of Hawaii. JOHN DOK, MARY
DDK nnd RICHARD DOK. unknown
owners und claimants, Defendants
IIIK TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE IIHIII SHERIFF of the
Territory of Hawaii, or tils De-p-uty:
YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon IHAIIi:l.l.A II WOODS; PAL
A1EII PARKER WOODS und MOI.I.IK)
WOODS, his wife; MARY ALICE
III.UETT unel P. W P HLUETT, her
husband; JAMKS FRANK WOODS
und EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS und ROSE WOODS,
his wife; MAIIEI. ROIIERTHON
HECK1.EY und HENRY IIECKLEY,
her husbund; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It W SIUNOI.E. ERNEST
WODEHOUBB und ALLEN W. T.
IIOTTOAII.EY, Trustees under the Will
of Jumce Wight, deceased ; KOHALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation having Its brln-
clpal otllce ul Puuhue, District of Ko-
uilu, Island und Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOH MARY DOE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners und claim
ants, def.nclunts, In case they shall nle
wTltten unswer within twenty duys after
ervlce hereof to be and appear befors
the suld Circuit Court at the term
thereof pending Immediately after the
expiration of twenty days utter ser
vice hereof; provided, however. If no
term be pending at such time, then to
lie and appear before the suld Cir
cuit Court at the next succeeding terra
thereof, to wit, the Junuury 1912 Term
thereof, to be holden ut the City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, the
eighth day of January next, ut 10
o'clock n in., to show cuuse why judg
ment of condemnation of the lunds de
scribed In the petition herein und for
such other relief demanded In the pe
tition should not be uwarded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to Ih
tenor of Its annexed petition,
And have you then there this Wrtt
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS the Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, ut Honolulu ufuresuld, this 11th
duy of February, 1911.
(Sgd.) J A. THOMPSON,
L. 727. lleg. 1, Pg. 23, circuit
Coiu-t, First Clre.uU, Territory of Ha
waii. The Territory of Hawaii by
Alnrston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plaintiff und Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II Woods et al . Defend
ants und Respondents. Petition. Filed
und Issued Fvbruury 11, 1911, at I0i(f
a. Mi, J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed ut 1:30 o'clock p m , April 13, I91L
Robert Purker, Jr., Asst. Clsrk. Orig
inal. Territory of lluwull. )
City und County of ) sa.
I. Henry Smith, Clerk of the Clrcutt
Court of the First Judicial Circuit. Ter
ritory of lluwull, do hereby certify lh
foregoing to .e u full, true und correct
e'opy of the original summons In the
cuso of Territory of 'luwull by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods et
ul, us the same remains of record end
on tile In the otllce of tho Clerk of ssld
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto sett my hand and a nixed ths
seul of said Court this !lt duy ot
s,"' HENRY BMITH.
'"lerk. Circuit Court of the First Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
Oenernl. und Arthur O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney General, for the Petitioner.
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