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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, APR. 18, 1912.
of the Famous
makos. Escutcheons, Knobs,
Hinges ond Locks for every char.
Oder of building and to corre
spond with the woodwork and
Lewers & Cooke
177 SO. KING STREET
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.00 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kviry comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of thtatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city, riectric
omnibus' meets alt trains and
Etcnmers. Hotel Stewart recognized
ns Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts"Al)C code.
J.II. l.o ve, Honolulu representative.
A hotel centrally located,
mi nisy walk to business
,in,l places of amusement,
hut with Ihii iKipli-iil sur
roundings f a suhiuh.iil
Emma St., above Vineyard
ist tiii: im.ai'i: for tiiohi: who
art. i'dxi) or athi.iitics
OR Will) WANT A lti:.ST
Trains gn t" thi' door
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
Walkiki Beach Retort
rURNISHED COTTAGES. J1.D0 Day
TURNLSHED ROOMS 75c, $12 Month
PETER GIBB, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 2836
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
Unite ly tht wunJirul Who
J'rtwus that protlurts th
inoit jirrvct vtultrt k ioich.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thing they
liuvu in common is the word cotton
J. H0PP & CO.
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
Kinn Street, opposite Younfl Hotel
I', (i Uux 810 Phono 309J
Don't abuse or neglect
id and you will bo well
repaid, If it becomes
(ones- strengthens Imlgnralcs
Try a bottle today for
MALARIA, FEVER AND AGUE
For sale by Ilennon, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.. Chamber Drug Co., Ltd., Illlo
Drug Co. nml Ht all whnlasulo lliiuor
1 lias the best Home-Made Bread,
, German Pretsels and Co If re Cake. Be
I sure and ring up 2124.
1129 Fokt Stkfxt
. Hotel 8treot, Near Fort
For Spring land Summer Wear
J. E. ROCHA
TAILOR FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Hotel Street Next Y. M. C. A.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
WAS AWARDED HIQHECT HONOR8
At the recent California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD ana
A CASH PRIZE
hose needed. It will last
52 NORTH KUKUI STREET
518 S. King it
TI.e IIICYCI.ti DKAI.nil mid Hi:
PA lit Kit, lias mated lo
180 ki mi 'stiu:i:t
Xet lornlloii lied Iroul, neur
Young lliilltllng. Telephone 21518.
May's Old Kona Coffee
nr.ST IN Till. MARKET
& C O.
AT YOUR OROCERS'
N. 0. Lansing, Distributor
fni 'ill j rnliittiTiV iWttiinii' 'if rrW? -
DnubtH as to tho authenticity of the
inai prepared by I). K. Motiger of
llllo, showing liln Ideas of bow tho
land for Greater Hllo should bo laid
out nml whero tho now Hllo wharf
shuutd be situated, arose at tho meet
Iiik of tho Harbor Commission yester
day afternoon when Chairman Mars
ton Campbell produced n cert 1 Med
Copy of tho Ahny engineer's man with-
out the borings shown on tho Motzger
Where Motzrer shows lava the on
Blnccr's map shows coral and sand
and In almost oerv Instance whero
Metzger clnlms hard rock the other
map shows soft material. Tho stnto-
ment was inado that Melzger bad el'
tber been Imposed tipon or tlint. being
anxious to net ccrtnitt datu, It had
been supplied to Mm by a lormer out
ployo of tho engineers named Pnpke.
Following the Introduction of the
now-map tho chairman was authoriz
ed to nend two or threa men to Hllo
to mnke additional borings near the
land end of the wharf where a cap of
lava overhangs tho roral and sand. In
tho meantime the work of preparing
the plans nnd speculations for tho
illedglng and wharf will be pushed
ahead and may be submitted to tho
Hoard at Its next meeting.
Colonel McCarthy mndo a kick
against llio ipmlltv of ohla blocks that
the Pnhoa company Is, supplying far
tho llackfeld wharf and stated that
tho material had not come up to spec
ifications. A statement of facts sub
mitted showed that 2-lhcli ohla
would eiiual 2a-lncli to H-lnch nor'-
west. Tenders for both classes of
wood are to bo called for tho Queen
A map showing tho proposed new
nil pipe lino that Is to be laid by Ilia
Hawaiian Klcclrio Company and tho
Intor-lsluiid Company wns submitted.
It shows u distant o of 87(10 feet
Campbell stnted that ho was doubtful
at to (ho propriety of tho Government
securing tho right-of-way nnd tho mat
ter was finally referred to tho Attor
It wns reported In tho Hoard that
the piling on the Oceanic wharf was
bad. Campbell asked for tho renewal
of the two hundred piles, but Wake
Held. In view of the bulkhead plun,
which would Involve some changes in
the wharf, suggested that tho matter
bo held In nbeyance for boiiio time, as
the report does not stnto that tho dock
Is In a dangerous state.
A report showed that repairs to tho
Walmen wharf had been completed
and tho work on the Nawlllwllt wharf
Is now to bo done. This Includes tho
widening of tho approach, laying car
tails Hush with tho wharf Itself and
mnltlug other Improvements.
The Hoard also authorized the ex
pemllturo of $1870 on the Napoopoo
) wharf. The shed Is to be extended
alid a llaro built to prevent the spray
from coming on the whaif.
Artistic Job printing ran iiImhjk be
obtained from the II ill lot Ill's rem-plitt-l)
equipped ob printing plant.
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and Leaders in
(lie Automobile Business
Acenls for such well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-1 larlford, Slevcns-
Duryca, Cadillac. I nomas riyer,
Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
CHUMAN CARRIAQE CO.
For tho BEST RENT CARS In the
city, rinn up for
OLDSMODILE, No. 403
LANDAULET, No. 580
C. H. B E H N
SUPPLICa AND REPAlnlNO
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
Al.Ii WK ASK IB A TIUAIj
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 K.plolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITR TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
R. J. DERGER
Storage Datteries recharged and re
built, expert work on Coils and Mag
netos, Motorcycles repaired, Keys made
to lit any lock. 1171 ALAKEA ST.
- - "' - 1'" - "
Attempt to Be Made Soon By
Germany DIrig'blo Suchard,
Built for the Purpose.
ni'IU.IN, Germany, March 2.",. Hv
erythliiB Is prnctlcall) In readiness at
tlia Johantilsthnl aviation grounds
near this city ror tho trial Mights ol
tho dlrlgblo alrBliiji Huclinrd, which I?
noon to tindcrtnko tho hazardous tnsk
of making a flight across tho Atlantic
ocean, from Tcnorirfo to tlic Went In-
dies. I)r. Paul I' dans, tho scleiitlllc
bead of tho undertaking, who Ih to bo
In command during tho trans-Atlantic
flight, Joseph Urucker, I ho business
mnnnger of Hie enterprise nnd tho
membciH of tho prospect crow nro on
tho spot, ready for tho llrst trial HIkM.
which Is awaited with treat InloroHl
by the public In ceneral and tho dlrlK
Ible ciitbtiHlnstH in paitlculnr.
Tho dlrlMlhlo balloon Suchard
hlch has been built ospoclnlly for
this trans-ocrnuic lllKht. wax complcl
ed last Fall, but lifter lis completion
It unt found ndvlah!c to mako Homo
alternllonH and roniruiiKemontH, uhlch
mndo It ImpoHHlble lo carry out tho
orlKlnnl plan of making tho lllKht be
fore tho hcKlnnltiK of winter. If tho
trial flights during tliu next few dayH
should be sticccuxful, tho balloon and
Its nttnehments will bo packed with
out delay and shlipcd to the Canary
iKlands. The start is to ho made from
Tenerlffo at the earliest opportunity.
The Hiichard Is a non-rigid illrlglblo
of tho I'nrsovnl type, 2.MI feet long
nnd Tit foot In Kieatest diameter. It Is
equipped Willi three powerful engines
if tho type used In tho l'arneval. Kadi
Is capable of dcieloping 110 horsepow
er mid weighs about win pounds. They
ran bo operated Independently and nro
to bo used only as auxiliaries, to keep
tho nlrshlp In Its course. The balloon
will depend for Its propulsion almost
entirely upon tho trade winds, which
nt this time of the cnr. blow steadily
from the Canary Island toward tho
West Indian archlpelaiius.
Dr. dans and bis friends nro conn
dent that tho flight can bo made safe
ly at this time of the year nnd that it
will tnko about four or lio dajs a ft or
tho stint from Tcnorirfo lo reach some
of tho West Indian Islands. The dnn
ger of gas leakage, which would mnko
It Impossible for. the big balloon to re
main In tho air so long, has been ma
terially diminished, In tho opinion of
Dr. Clans, by the coating of the bnl
loon, which will absorb moisture from
tho atmosphere, thus protecting tho
enclosed gas from the licat of the huh
and consequent excessive expansion,
Tho balloon will bo ballasted with sea
water of which a sulllcleiit supply will
ho carried to sprinkle the balloon dur
ing tho hottest time of tho day. Un
der tho tint;., is a gallery for Hleeplug
quarters and1 below that will bo sus
pended n powerboat that can bo quid.
ly cut loose in enso of accident. Tho
powerboat Is Intended as tho main liv
ing quarters of the six men of tho
Tho motors drive two two-bladed
propellers of the I'ursotal typo which
make only 100 revolutions a minute.
It is planned to run tho motors alter
nately during the day and depend al
together upon the Irndo wind at night.
According lo llio present plan I be vo
uge Is to bo inado at a height of 'fi'lil
lo film feet. Tho dirigible will bo
steered by nil ordinary ertlcnl rudder
and for the purposo of rising, descend
ing and balancing largo Huh, Uko nel-
lerous, will be used. Tho steering is
to bo done by compass and to enable
the liavlgulor ot the craft to judge of
tho leaway, bright red hollow alumi
num bnlls will bo dropped from time
to time. Tho expedition will carry a
liberal supply of those bulls. Owing
to tho fact that tho engines will run
alternately and only during part of tho
day, the quantity of benzlun used will
bo trilling, which Is rather Imporlunt,
as it would bo Impossible to carry a
large supply of that fuel.
Of course, owing to tho dllllculty of
holding a dellnlto course in u balloon
or airship steered by compass only.
Dr. (lutix Is unable to tell where his
craft Is going to laud. Tho geiiernl
coursu will ho In the direction of the
Carrlbean Islands and Dr. (Inns in
tends to mako a lauding on the llrst
island or part of the mainland which
tho balloon should reach. Tho air-
ship Is equipped Willi a wireless ap
paratus and can signal at n distance
of l.'D miles.
INVENTOR TUCH PERFECTS
A patent bns Just been granted to
C, C. Tilth for u rat- and Insect-killer.
It does not only catch them but it
kills them overy time. Mr. Tncli bns
had a winking model of his oxlerml
uutor "set and going lor some lime,
bagging fruit llles, cockroaches, coin I
pedes, mohipiitocs and mice. So far
tho ruts have shown bciiso enough to
Tho exterminator consists of n box
with a double cnverliig of wlro inesb.
with a nice ro u ml hole in tho side and
n doorstep covered with wire. Attach
ed Is an electric light coiinectlou,
rendy to gcrnw Into any bulb socket
Olio wlro goes to ono part of the o
terminator and tho other to unothei',
and all that is necessary Is for some
thing lo Join up tbo circuit and "get
bls'n," Tho curient necessary to kill
comes from tho electric light wire. In
teusllled by u resistance -coll. An or
dinary rut will slop currying Ileus aft
er getting a l'-'O-Uilt Jolt, other pests
"Ono beauty of my extormlnnlor Is
that It only uses current when it Is
working," evplnlns the Inventor.
ArlNtlc Job printing can iilunjs be
obtained I'loni (lie II ill let Ill's cinii
plcti'l) equipped Job printing phial,
i: V V n I n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
H. T. FELIX GOURaUD'S OMENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIIIIK
TttmoTtt Tar, I'lmptA.
rcklii, Mold I'-itchM,
Itiib, in-J Mln I'l'fk'fp,
iqiI Mtrf bitmitb
n Ociutf, wid if
fin 'IH tit it ti It
hftifctool tL tt
tif tf jetrt. tin
i to nrnm
(tit vt imllsi
r am. Dr. L. A
pvr ula to
Uir of ttt hfcyt.
ton ( ffttltDtn
"A jou l&Jiei
will tint Htm.
t recti mint fid
(lout-Hiiil Cr?iMtiM lt Ufttt Urftfal rf tlltbt
kla firriTiig." tot mi by U ant! iMi nd rmcy
OooUt laifti lo tin Vfiltcd hlftttv, t'ftutdt ft turob.
rB0. T, H0PK1IS. Proo 37 Great Jcnu Street. Mew TmI
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AND
PERSONAL PROPERTY, SITUATE
AT PUPUKEA-PAUMALU, IN THE
DISTRICT OF KOOLAULOA, IS
LAND OF OAHU, TERRITORY OF
Pursuant to n Deirte made by tho
Honorable Henry I: rnii r. 1'lrKt
Judge nt the Circuit ('unit of the l-'irnt
Judicial Circuit of the Terrllory of Ha-
wnll, on the 30th day of March. A I),
l'.ill'. nt Chuuibers, III i:iulty. In nil
iiethin entitled, "The Plrt Aiiu-rlciili
Savings nnd Trust Company of Ha
waii, Limited, an Hawaiian corpora
tion, petitioner, vs. Oahu rineappbi
Company, Limited, nil Hawaiian nr-
poi-atlon, respondent l-'ore, Ionre of
Mortgage" (Hiiuity Division. No 1KISI,
Ih,- iiniUrHlgnetl, us (NiiiiuiIahIoiici-, ilulv
appointed nnd i-ouytltuteil as so Ii by
Hiild lli lie, will sell ut public auc
tion, to the highest nnd best hlddi-r
for cash, subject to tuulli million by
the Court, on
HATCHDAV. TDK SOTII DAY til'
Al'ltll,, A D ll'U'.
at li o'tlotk noon of sold day, at the
illation loomVof James 1 Morgan, de
eenseil, M7-W7 Kaiihiiinniiii Street, III
Honolulu, City nnd County of Hono
lulu, Tirrltoiy of Hawaii, tho follow
ing dextrine,! mortgaged premises and
propeiH, niljllilgeil -iinil decreed to lie
Mild h and hi accordance with said
I iceri e:
Tirst -All that eeitalu parcel of bind
situate nt I'lipiiken-I'.iuin.ilii, In the
Dihtrict of Kooliiuliia, Inland of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, and mentioned or
described In Ijin.l Patent No S1S1
(ttriiut) and contulnliig an area of
"01 1 ticies.
Kfennil All undivided one-hnlf part
of Ihe land situate nt said Piipukea-.-uiiiiinlii,
in the District of Knohioliui
aforesaid, unit inentlpiietl or ,U scribed
In Uinil Patent No. Sll'J (llranl) and
containing nil area of 139 r acres.
Tngetbir with nil crops growing on
the said lands hereinabove llrslly and
Pertonal Property. '
Six (G) Horsex;
Two (2) Cons mid Calves;
One (1) Steer;
Two (2) l-'.inn Wngens;
One (1) HooHo-ncck Dray;
(no (I) Disc Plow;
Ono (1) Disc llnirow;
one (I) Tooth Harrow;
(Pie (1) Culthutor;
Two (Ji Small Plows;
Three (.!) SetH of Hainess.
Said mortgaged premises mid prop
erty hen Inabove set forlb nml de
scribed lo bo Mild ns n whole or In
parctls us may In- deemed hest by the
CoiuiiilMHloiier at the lime unit place
Ti rins of i"iile: CiikIi In tlnlted
States gohl loin; ten pi r cent. (10)
of the pari base prkc to lie paid on
the full of Ihe hammer; balance upon
loiiilrmntlon of sale by the Court ami
ONecutlon mid delivery of deed or
deeds by CniniulNHloiier.
Deed or deeds to he nt the expense
of the pun baser or purchasers of Ihu
proinlsi'N sold, or such pi mens or per
miii sin the purchas, r or purchasers
I'or further particulars, npply to
Messrs, Holmes, Stanley k OImiii, at
torneys for petitioner, ut their oillcch,
Kiiiibiiniaiiu Street. Honolulu; at tho
auction iooiiih of James !' Morgan,
deceased, SI7-S.17 ICll Alllllliullll Street,
Honolulu, or to the undersigned at the
Clieult Court lliilhllng, iwmr Hotel
mnl Alakea Streets, Honolulu aforo-snbl
Dited, Honolulu, T. H April A, A.
r,2ll.l- Apr 4, 9, 11, Hi, 18 20
LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretanla St, nr. Nuuanu Ave.
All kinds of hats Cleaned and Blocked.
Wo sell the latest styles of Porto Rico,
Panama and Felt Hats. All work guar
anteed. Called for and delivered on
short notice. Prices moderate. FELIX
DO IT NOW.
Bend to tho United Tailors nnd hnvo
your suits cleaned, pressed and re
paired. Altered If neiessnry. Prompt
and personal attention given to ull or
ders. Tel. 3990. Kuplolunl building.
WM. E. MILES
Proprietor and Manager
City Hardware Co.
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Collins Block Telephone 3591
RESOLUTION NO. C38.
1U: IT UKHciIA KI) i tin llonnl of
HuiM-rxlMiit nf t!it City iiihI Ctuiiity fif
Ilutiuluiii Tcrrlloo r liitwull, mui m
mini .r i ivij ill suiti.ii AiD niii"
TV-KIVi: 1HILI.AUK (f4ft00, )m nml
Um minii In litTMh upiirnirlutcil out nf
ull iiioiii-jH In tin (jcnvnil Puml uf the
rrtitury fr tin (utotint known tm
rulAAWTtoS ANU WHI'UHITluN
or (lAHHAOi: (I'nrcliiii'u of 2 wo-
Iiitroilucpil Ity Supervisor
ii. n MtJiuiAV.
Honolulu, April 12, 1'Jl'J.
At a lh-Rtilar Adjourned Meeting of
the Hoard of Sllrl-ors of tho Cltv
and Count', ol Honolulu held on I'rl
dus, April 12. 191S, the foregoing ltes
oliitloii wns passed on I'lrst Heading
on the following vote of tho snld
Ayes Annum. Arnold, Dwlgbt, Kru
ger. Mnrni Totnl. .".
Absent and not otlng Low, Me
Clell.in. Total 2
D. lvAI.At'OICAt.ANI Jit.,
City nnd County Clerk.
r,2H Apr 17. IS. 13
Sealed lenders Will be reoelvrd by
the Sllperlllti inlent of Plllille Works
up until 12 noon of Wednesday, April
.!(, P.i2, for the loiistrin Hon or k-lmh
sewr In Tort stre, I -Kunklnl utreel
to P.iuoa road Honoliilii, T. II.
Plans, spit HUatlons mid blank forms
for propoMil are on file In the iilllco
of the Siip'rlntendent of Public Works,
The Superintendent of Public Works
remrxes the right to reject uny or nil
Sine iliiteml, nt of Public Works
Honolulu Apill IJ l!it2.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of Manuel
Rodrigue do Monte, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given thnt the un
dersigned bus been appointed, ami has
iillnlltleil. IIS exiclllor of the esllll, of
MiiiiuiI ltodrlgues do Monte, lab of
Honolulu, (1:11111. deetlised
All persons Indebted to th tat. of
said deceased are birebv notllUd to
make linincdliite paynieiit to the under
signed at tins olllcc of Uiriiarh
Itobluson, uttorne)s for said estate. In
the Sliingcmwild building, Iliinoliilu.
And nil creditors of said estnte nre ln
ilicd to present their claims, duly ver
llled, inn! with jiroper vouchers at
tatbej (II any exist), even though
such claims be secured by mortgage
of real estate, to the undersigned at
the h.i Id otllce of Kiibl Ijirimcli ,t- ltnb-
liiscm. within sl months from the llrst
publlrutlon of this notice, or within
six months after the sniiio shall be
come due, or Mich ilnlms will be for
D.itid at Honolulu, tills 11th day of
April. A. D. 1012
JOHHI'II D, MAHQIT.S.
i:eculnr nf the llstnti, of .Manuel ltod
rlgues do Monte, lute of Honolulu,
r.20! Apr II. IS. 25; May 2. 9
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Ot.IVHH (! I.ANSINfl nnd AIUHHT
II DONDHItt) btreby give notice that
the (op.lltlnrship hentnfore exlntlng
betweiu them, under the llriu inline of
Donib-io & Lansing, was. by mutual
llhMilvid oi, November !
A II DONDHHO.
OI.IVHH (J. I.ANSINfl.
-Apr 4. II. 18, 25: May 2
Ol-'I'MCi: C Q M, Cbronlile Hblg, Sail
Francis, o. Oil. Aplll IS. 1912 Scaled
priiposalH will be received hire until
11 ii m., May U, 1912, for furnishing
en.il reiiulrid nt posts In Western Di
vision during llsenl enr commencing
July 1, 1912 Information furnished on
npplleatlou here or to Post Quarter
masters mid Quartern). iMi rs nt Suit
tie, Wash; Portland. Ore, mid Ho
nolulu, II. T., mid bids may be re
ceived by Post Quartermaster mnl
Qiiatlerinasti r, Honolulu. II T., until
II a m. I'acllK- time May K, 1912
See See 37Hi. It. S I' Von Schroder.
(' Q M.
f,2H Apr 18, 19, 20, ; Mny 13, It.
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu,
P. O. Box t0
P. H. BURNCTTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB.
LIC Grants Marriage Licenses. Drawa
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT 6T.,
HONOLULU, Phone 1346.
I F I T'S PAINT
And you want a good Job, see me
SHARP 8IGN8 ARE SEEN
Phono 1697 847 Kaahumanu
"I didn't know lliinnll hail n lum
bering linliistr)," snld ii stranger af
ter nailing Vincrli'nn. Hawaii. 1'er
Imps jour friend or business rorres
pointful docs nut cither. Let cut) one
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THKj
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TERVl
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY.
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU. 1
Tin: THltlllTOllV OK HAWAII, 7
Mnrstun Cumpbell, Superintendent
of Public Worss, Plulntlfl and Peti
tioner, s ISAUHLLA 11. WOODS!
PALMHIt PARKIJK WOOUH ana
MUl.l.li: WUOD.H, Ills wife; MARY"
Al.ICIJ IH.UHTT and V. W. I.
lll.UHTT, her busbund; JAMKH
KUANK WOODS and HVA WOODS,
bis wile; SAMUHL, 1'AltKKll
WOODS nnd HOSH WOODS. Ill" 1
wife; MAHLI. HOUHKTSON DUCK
1.12V and HKNItY UI2CKI.KV, her
biisbnnd; MAID WOODS; LUC
WOODS; It W. SIIINOI.H 12ItNi:3T
WOD12HOCS1-2 nnd ALLEN W. T.
HOTTOMI.il V, Trurtees under th
Will of James Wight, deceased:
conn t iiaviMI l'flf PANY. L.lM-tl
1TKD, an Hiiwiillan Corporation nav-
li.g Its principal otllco nt puunuo.
Dlatrlet of Kolinla, Island and Ter
ritory of Hiiwnll; JOHN DOU, MAltXj
DOI2 nnd ItlCHAKD DOK. unknown
owners und clalmuntk, Defendant
TIII2 TnitlHTOIlV Ol'' HAWAII;
TO TII12 IIKill HIIKItiri'' Of th
Territory of Hawaii, or Ills Dep
uty. YOU AUK COMMANDED to sum
mon ISAIII2I.I.A II. WOODS; PAU-j
Mi:it PAHKI2H WOODS und MOLUB1
WOODS, bis wife; MAHY ALICI3
HLUI2TT and I'. W. P. BLUETT, licr
liuiband; JAM12S 1'itANK WOODS
and HVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUUk
PAHKI2K WOODS and UOSI2 WOODS,
his wlfii; MAHI11. It O 11 KIITH O U
IIHCKI.HV nnd HI2NHV 11I-2CKI.F2Y.
Inr himhmid: 2MAHD WOODS: I.UCYI
WOODS; It W. SIIINOI.n. I-211NI'2ST
WODI2HOIISI2 nnd At.I.KN W. T.
HOTTOMLI2V, Trustees under th Will
or James Wight, deceased; KOIIAL.A
RANCH COMPANY, 1.1M1TI2D. an
Hawaiian Corporation having lie prin
cipal otllce at Puuliue, District of Ko
linla. Island nnd Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOK. MARY DOI2 nnJ RICH
ARD DOI2. unknown owners and claim
nuts, defendants, In case they shall nl
written answer within twenty duys after
service hereof to bo mid appear before-)
the said Circuit Court at the term
thereof pending Immediately after the I
expiration of twenty days after eer-l
vice hereof: provided, however, If no'
term be pending at such time, then to i
be and nppenr before the said Clr-j
cult Court at the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, the Jnnuary 1912 Term'
thereof, to bo lioldeu at tho City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, thai
; eighth day of January next, at 10 1
o clock a, in., to show cause why Jcds-
tin-iil of condemnation of the lands de
scribed In the petition herein and for)
such other relief demanded In the pe
tition should not be at -anted to the
Territory of Ilnwull, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceeding! ,
WITNESS tho Honorable Trcsldlng
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Klrstl
Circuit, at Honolulu nforesuld, this 11th
duy of 1'ebruary, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
U 7276. Reg. J. Vk. 23. Circuit!
Court, First Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii. Tho Territory of Hawaii b
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Works, Plnlntllt and Petitioner.,
vs. Isabella II. Woods et al., Defend
ants nnd Respondents. Petition. Fllod
and Issued February 11, 1911, at 10:CI
m. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. April 13. 1911.
Robert I'urker, Jr., Asst. Clerk. Orig
Territory of Hawaii, S
City and County of ) si. "
I. Henry Smith. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify ttmj
foregoing to be a full, true and corroct
copy of the original summons In th
case of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub-J
no worics, vs. Isabella II, Woods et;
nl , us tbo same remains of record and
mi file in tho otllce of the Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I haT
hereunto set my hond and affixed tha
seal of said Court this 21st day ol
(Seal) HENRY SMITH, ,
Clerk, Circuit Court of the First Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney I
Oenernl, end Arthur O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney Oncrat, for tbo Petitioner. '
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