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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 13, 1312.
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Terra Cotta Chimneys
Lcwers & Cooke
177 SO. KING STREET
Geary Street, above Union Square
Huropi an Plan $1.60 n da; up
American Plan 53.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort end convenience.
A high cw i hotel at very moderate
rates. In the entcr of theatre and
retail distrii I. (-., car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
stcumers Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts" ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel In llic heart of
the city, but with sur
roundings suwirlng "f the
tropical Kctv detail In
thi' iiiiiiinui'iiKiit has thu
attention oi the proprietor.
Emma St., above Vineyard
HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALED
IN HOTELS ON THIS ISLAND
Trains to tne door
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Who Bather
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
Jwf fai Oif vtimltrful M'tb
J'rtirma tint prmliirM tin
, tnvtt jintct uuittrtii k.iaxen.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; tl'c only thing they
have in common is the word cotton
Woven Vire' Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO,
(King .Street, opposite Young Hotel
y. o. Box mo
jiff Y ' ViAtc. '".
What is good for my cough?
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
How long f.-.s it been urcil?
Do doctors endorse it?
It" not.we wot id not make it.
Do you publish the tjnr.ula?
Yes. On every bottle.
Any alcohol in it?
Not a single drop.
I Iov may I bam more of this?
A. k your doctor. He knows.
P'-simJb(Pr. 1. f. A, tr .(.. to. Ms-. II '
von Hamm? Young
, Pioneers and Leaders in
i t lie Automobile Business
Agents for sucli well-known cars
'as Packard, Popc-I lartford, Stcvcns-
Uuryca, Cadillac. 1 homas rlycr,
I Buick. Overland, Baker Electric, and
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OLDSMODILE, No. 403
LANDAULET, No. 580
C. H. D E H N
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
ALL, WE ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 Kaplolani Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
R. J. DERGER ELECTRIC WORKS
1181 Alakoa Street Near Beretanla
Storage Batteries rented, recharged
($1, T.'ii', for cash) and repaired.
Expert work on Coilt and Magnetos.
Complicated electrical work of everv
description attended to on short notice.
No hose needed. It will last a life
time. Telephone 1109.
52 NORTH KUKUI STREET
58 S. King &
The HICVCI.K IHMI.KH mid IIU
PAIItllll, has inured lo
18 0 K 1 X (1 S T It K K T
Xeiv locution Ilcil front, ueitr
Young lliillilliig. Telephone '.'.', 1 8.
Want nils In Hie II it 1 1 o 1 1 n hrliur
you rich returns.
WAILI'KU, April 11. Miss I.urctiii
Murrlmnti nt Alnvnnilni. Il,c,n ...III
IpflVH tnf tlm Pftill ,itl Unlli.itnti ,,. '
...... .... ,.w ..wt...,. u,l UIIIIIIUU; un ,
Tho lit. Itcv. Hlshop Rcstnrlck ar
rived nn Tuesday's Kllaticn ntitl will
spend the week here. On Sunday lie
will administer the apostolic rile of
ennllrtnation nt tho Church of tho
Mr. E. II. Carlcy, Superintendent of
the Mntil Telephonn Co., lias n now
auto, n (icyllndcr Stcvens-Diirycn.
A limn will ho given nt the homo of
.lohu Kaluna. Pnla. on Anrll 27th. hv
tho roadmen of Mnkawno In honor of!
Mr. (leorgo Groves, who recently re-
signed ns district overseer. Invita
tions are out.
Mr. N. Omstead, of liana, eanio over
in tho Clnmllno laRt Tuesday to at
tend to certain court innttors.
Mr. .1. .lorgonson, of the Honolulu
Iron Works, arrived In Wnlluku last
Mondav on business connected Willi
his hlR linn. Ho departed for Illlo
Mrs. C. A. Seville, bettor remember
ed mi Maul ns Mrs. Ilucklngham, has
been deserted by her husband after
about a year's marriage. Ho left n
nolo to tho effect that he wns going
to try his luck In South Amoricn and
advised her to return to Iondnn. Mr.
Seville was vice-president and mali
nger of the Honolulu .Monument
Itcv. Rowland II. Dodge lius Just re
ceived n handsome donation of $."00.0d
from Mr. I-'. W. Darling, n' trustee of
Hampton Institute. Mr. Albert Howe,,
Secretary and Treasurer of tho Hnmp
ton Training School for Nurses, mid
Dr II. I). Howe, his son. for n memor
ial to (leneral Sninucl C. Armstrong
In connection with the Wnlluku Union
Church. These gentlemen with their
rnmllies paid n nurrled visit In Julv
last year to the William nnd Mary Al
exander Parsonage for tho purpose of
seeing whero Oencrni Armstrong,
their warn filcnd and fotnder of
Hntrpt ir Institute, wns until. In th?lr
let I r tiiey sugccsl Hint their itonathn
be used fur u Oencrni Armstrong Me
morial Studv nt tho new church. Such
r study at the parsonage Is now used
lor Hie olllcc of the Maul Aid Associa
tion. Miss Crlcknrd, who has been llvlmt
with her Rlster, Miss Lldn C'rlckard,
since tho beginning of tho school year,
has been seriously sick nt licr home.
She Is Boniowhat better at present
Mrs. Jessica Pnsco, formerly of Cal
ifornia, but now teaching nt tho St.
Androw'B Priory, is visiting Mrs.,
Grnco P. Ilnvcn nt Mnunnolu eiul
nary. On Thuisdny she expects lo
visit n former pupil of hers, Mrs. II.
Messrs. Noble, Hutchlns nnd .lack
Cullcn nro making tho dust fly, liter
ally and mentphorlcally apeuklng.
They nro doing some fast work, ami
splendid work, upon tho new roads
and railway extension, nnd Mr. A, A
Wilson, the contractor. Is rubbing hi
hands nnd cougintluntlng himself up
on his great luck In having such men
ALLEGED PLOT TO KILL
KNOX IN NICARAGUA
A Number of Prominent Liber
als Face Death Penalty.
NKW ORLEANS, l,n., March 20.
As the result of nn alleged discovery
by tho government of Nlenrngun of a
plot to assassinate Secretary of State
Knox on the occasion of his recent
visit to thu capital of that country, it
is not Improbnblo that a number ot
prominent liberals will be put to dijiilh
according lo ndvlccs received hero to
day from Uluclinlds,
Thirteen dynamite bombs placed
beneath tho roadbed over which Sec
retary Knox's speelnl train traveled
from Corlnto to Managua and con
nected with nn electric battery were
discovered by government ngonts. It
Is alleged, nnd will bo used as evi
dence. Roughened plates, which may be at
tached to a shoe, have hern Itivcntcil
to keep a man's runt from slipping us I
ho climbs a ladder.
SEALED proposals will be received
by the Hoard of Harbor Commission,
ers of the Territory uf Hawaii up to
2 p. in. of Wednesday, April 21, 1012,
fur furnishing labor, materials, tools,
machinery mul equipment necessary
fur sub-structuro repair work anil
pavement on Queen Mroct bulkhead
Plans, specilicutlOna and blank forms
of proposal nro on tile In the olllco of
the Chairman, Marston Campbell, Cap
itol Hullillng, Honolulu.
The liiHiiil of Harbor Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any or nil
tenders or parts of tenders; nnd to
award the) contract ns n wholo or In
I'llHlriiian, Hoard of Harbor Coinmls.
Honolulu, April 3, 1013.
Sealed tenders will be received by ,
inn Hiiperlntendint or 1'ublle Works I
up until 12 noon of Wednesday. Anrll
21. 1IM2. for the construction of K-liicli
n-ner in ion sireet KnaKlnl street
to I'nuiM road Honolulu, T II
Plans, speclllcatlons nnd Manic forms
tor propositi are on lllo In the nllU-o
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Cnpllol bull. ling.
The .Superintendent of Public Works
reserves tho right to reject iiuy or all
MAHSTON rMPIi!OI.I '
Superintendent of Public Vttnks
Honolulu, April 12. 1012.
If the name Kasiman had not been
behind them, we would have been
afraid that there was something beside
the priee that was cheap, when the
Brownie Cameras first came out. But
they were made by Kodak workmen in
Kodak factories. That was enough to
satisfy us, and the results have more
than justified our confidence.
We don't understand how the Kodak people
do it at tlie price, hut here's their
No. 2t Brownie
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Everything Photographic" Fort below Hotel
Made Under Pejecf Conditions
AND PACKED IN A
DUST PROOF CARTON
(for jfour protection
C.Q.YEE HOP & COMPANY
A stovo of greater efficiency than the kitchen range boeame
it does not waste the heat, nnd yet a stove suitablo for any short
cooking operation, is the
Electric Disc Stove
Always ready for service at tho pressing of a button.
Absolutely sanitary and safe.
A convenience In tho dining-roomi a necessity In the nursory
Wear-ability Qualities, in Tile and Parquetry effects and
Rug-like designs for rooms whero a bright and artistic effect
Stock consists of Quality Inlaid Makes of Farr & Dalley and
the Sterling Qualities mado by Cook, the linoleum manufac
turer. Alio large stock of
priced from 35 cents a yard up.
Coyne Furniture Co.
For 2 tf x 4
pictures, price only
$3.00 Works just
like a Kodak, and
good pictures; other
Hrownies, $1.00 to
Electric Co., Ltd.
ALEXANDER & 13ALDWIN, LTD.
To the Holders of Oonds of the Mc
Drydo Sugar Company, Limitedi
Pursuant to Instructions of the
Hoard of Directors of Mcltrydc Sugar
Company, Limited, 1 hereby notify you
lh.it the outstanding bonds ot thcMc
Hrydo Sugur Company, Limited, will
be called for payment ulul redemption
us of July 1, 1012; that a new Issue of
bonds of sunt company will he mado
dated July 1, 1912, of which un ag
gregate amount of fiiO.OOO will be Is
sued of tho denomination of $100 each;
1200,000 Mill bo issued of tho denomi
nation of JCOu each; nnd ll.iHO.OOO will
bu Issued of the denomination ot J1000
null, all being payable In twenty (20)
years und rcdccnublo In ten (10) years
after date, und ut any Interest paying
data thereafter, and bearing Interest nt
llvo (5Vo) per cent per annum; that
said bonds lire to be secured by n
trust deed covering all ot the property
now pledged for the security ot tho
outstanding bonds, together with ad
ditional security of tin approximate
value of $150,000, representing the
property of tbc Kauai lllrctrlc Com
pany, Limited; that In said trust
deed provision Is to bo made for a
sinking fund of $00,000 u year begin
ning with the calendar year 1012, pay
able out ot the prollts of tho company,
and to bo cumulative In enso In utiy
year the full payment ot $30,000 Is not
mado; Hint thu Trustee will have the
right to purchase with monies paid
Into tho sinking fund from time to
tlino outstanding bonds of tho new Is
sire; and that Mcltrydc Sugar Com
pany, Limited, has received from Al
exander & Daldwln, Limited, un orfer
to under urltu the wholo or uny part
of said new bonds at par. Ileforo that
iifTer Is nccepted, however, It has been
decided to first glvo tho present hold
ers of tho now outstanding bonds of
Mellryilo Sugar Company, Limited, nn
opportunity to exchange bonds now
held by tlieni or uny part thereof for
an equal amount ot bonds nt the new
Issue nt par, nnd without nllownnce
fur dlffercnco In the rnto of Interest,
thn company, however, reserving tho
right, In Its absolute discretion, to se
lect tho denominations ot tho bonds
of the new Issue so to bo exchanged.
Accordingly tho undersigned will re
ceive offers to muko such exchanges
up to und Including April 15, 1912, lif
ter which date, unless tho holders ot
lh, present bonds so advise tho un
derslgned In writing of their dcslro to
take new bonds In exchange for the
bonds now held by them ns aforesaid,
tho opportunity nnd offer herein made
will be considered ns having been de
clined, und the bonds of tho new Issun
not so agreed to bo taken by the pres
ent holders of tho now outstanding
bonds, will thereupon Ixi allotted to
Alexander & ltahhvln. Limited, or oth
erwise disposed of ns tho directors of
the McHryilo Sugar Company, Limited,
Dated, Honolulu, March 21, 1012.
Treasurer, Mcllrydo Sugar Company.
IN THU CIRCUIT COUKT. KIHST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Pro
bate. At Chambers, No. 4268. In tho
natter of the Kstnte of Hoso ltobert
son, late ot Honolulu, Oahu, deceased
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determining Trust
and Distributing the Kstate. On rend
ing und tiling the petition und accounts
of Jnmcx William Hnbertson, udmln-
Istrator of tho estate of Hose Robert
son, late of Honolulu, Oahu. deceased,
wherein petitioner asks to be allowed
j:is:i:i.i;:i ami charged with $3S30.02, ami
asks that tho sumo bo examined and
approved, nnd that n final order bo
made of distribution of the remaining
property to thu persons thereto enti
tled mid discharging petitioner nnd
sureties from nil further responsibility
herein: It Is Ordered, that Monday, tho
nth day of May, A. D. 1912, at 10
o'clock ii. in., beforo tho Judge presid
ing ut Clmmhcra of said 'Court at his
courtroom In tho old Y. M. C. A. build
ing, in Honolulu, County ot Honolulu,
be and the sumo hereby is appolntul
the time and place for hearing said pe
tition ami accounts, and that all per
sons Interested may then and there ap
pear and show cause, If any they have,
ivliy the samo should not bo granted.
Dated thu 22nd day of March, 1912,
(Hi-ul) )ly tho Coutt: A. K. AONA,
Clerk Lurnach & Robinson, attorneys
5193 -Mar 23, 30; Apr C, 13
I)l-'lili-: C O. M.. Chrmililn lllili- K,,,,
I' Kriiiuiscn, fill.. April 10, 1912. Scaled
jj proposals will be received hero until It
,u in., .) iv, mi.-, mr lurnisliltu;
'wood, coke, charcoal, fuel and mineral
oil. and gasoline, required ut liosts In
' Western Division during fiscal year
I commencing July 1, 1912. Information
j I furnished on application hero or to
Post Quartermasters, and Quurternms
, ters at Seattle. Wash.; Portland, Ore.,
und Honolulu. H. T.. and bids may be
rccchod" by Post Quartermasters anil
Quartermaster. Honolulu. H. T. until
II a in.. Pnellle time, .May 10, 1912. R
Von Schrader. c. Q. jr.
620S- Apr 10, 11, 12, 13; May 8, 9.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
TUB TUimiTOHY OK HAWAII, by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, Plaintiff und Peti
tioner, vs. IBAUlll.LA 11. WOODS!
PALMMIl I'AIHCKR WOODS nnd
MOLI.I1-: WOODS, his wife; MAUY
ALICH DLUKTT nnd P. W. P.
UI.UHTT, her husband; JAMC3
I'HANIC WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wife; SAMUEL PA UK Kit
WOODS and KOSI-3 WOODS, his
wlfo; MAUEL HOIIEUTSON DECK
LEY and HENItV 13ECKLEY, her
husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SHINGLE, EltNEST
WODEIIOUSE nnd ALLEN XV. T.
HOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the
Will of James Wight, deceased;
KOHALA KANCH COMPANY, LIM
ITED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal office at Puuhue,
District ot Koluila, Island anil Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MAUY
DOE nnd ItlCIIAIlD DOE. unknown
owners and claimants, Defendants
THE TEItUITOUY OK HAWAII:
TO THE HIGH H1IKIHKK ot the
Territory of Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISAHELIA II. WOODS; PAL
MEIl PARKKR WOODS nnd MOLLIB
WOODS, his wife; MAUY ALICE
I3LUETT and P. XV. P. I1LUETT, her
husband; JAMES KUANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS and ROSE WOODS,
his wlfo; MAUEL UOHERTSON
I3ECKLEY nnd HENRY UECKLEY,
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; II. XV. SHINGLE, ERNEST
WODEIIOUSE and ALLEN W. T.
ROTTOMLEY, Trustees under tho Will
of James Wight, deceased; KOHALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation having Its- prin
cipal office nt I'uuhue, District of Ko
hala, Island and Territory of Hawnlt;
JOHN DOB, MARY DOE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners nnd claim
ants, defendants. In caso they shall nle
written answer within twenty days after
service hereof to bo and appear beforo
tho said Circuit Court at tho term
thereof pending Immediately after the
expiration of twenty days after ser
vlco hereof; provided, however, If no .
term be pending ut such time, then to
bo and appear before tho said Cir
cuit Court nt the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to bo holden at the City nnd
County of Honolulu, on Monday, the
eighth day of January next, nt 10
o'clock u. in., to show couso why Judg
ment of condemnation of the lands (In
scribed In tho petition herein and for
such other relief demanded In the pe
tition should not bo awarded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable. Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit, ut Honolulu aforesaid, this ltth
day of February, 1011.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON.
L. 7276. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit ,
Court, -frst circuit. Territory of IIu- '
wall. Tho Territory of Hawaii by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plaintiff nnd Petitioner,
vs. Isabella H. Woods et al., Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition. Flld
and Issued February 11, 1911, at 10:G
a. m. J. A. Thompson, Cleric. Return
ed at 1:30 o'clock p. m., April 13, 1911.
Robert Purkcr, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify the
foregoing to bo u full, true and correct
copy of the original summons In the
caso of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
Bton Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lie Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods et
ul., us tho same remains of rocord and
on tllo In the otllce of the Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and nfflxcd the
seal of said Court this 21st day oi
Sc,ll HENRY SMITH,
Clerk. Circuit Court of tho First Ju
dlclnl Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
Oeneral, end Arthur G. Smith, Deputy
Attorney ai-nenil, for tho Petitioner.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLB
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GA80LINE ENGINE. 18 H. P.
H4 EMMA STREET Telephone 2411
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Uulldrr
Hstlmales given on nil kinds of
Concrete Work n Specialty
I'AUAHI STIIKET, M:ah MJIUM
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got tlm A'eits.
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