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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T It . THURSDAY, DRC 8, 1910.
The Standing and Integrity of the Gentlemen
Composing the Officers and Directorate
ot Lake View No. 2 Oil Company
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK, financed the now World's Famous LAKE VIEW GUSHER and
Los Angeles, Cat. served as its Manager and Superintendent until the first oil
Gentlemen: Referrinn to your request for information sand was entered. Mr. Off mav be called a nioneer in th'e
in regard to business standing of the Officers and Directors Oil Industry in the Los Angeles district. 'The three wells of
of the Lake View No. 2 Oil Company, we beg leave to report his Company, now operating at First and Union Avenue, ace
The President of the Company, Mr. Irving L. Pruyn. is
a man of wide business experience, who for eight years serv
ed as cashier and director in the First National Bank of
Oneonta, New York. For fourteen years he was cashier and
director in the First National Bank of Bainbridge, New York,
and during that time he was President of the Oneonta Mill
ing Co. of Oneonta, New York. His late efforts have been
confined to Presidency of Buffalo Milk Company and Director
and Largest Stoc' holder in the Queen City Dairy Company of
Buffalo, New York, the largest Milk and Dairy Company in
the United States. Mr. Pruyn has lately moved to Los An
geles and has become identified with the Oil Industry of Cali
fornia, being one of the Stockholders in the famous LA.KE
VIEW GUSHER. As President he will bring to this Company
the benefit of THIRTY YEARS of active business experience
with corporations that have been universally successful,
BANK REFERENCES: German American Bank, Bank
of Buffalo, Union Stock Yards Bank. All of Buffalo, N. Y.
First National Bank, Oneonta, N. Y; First National Bank,
Bainbridge, N. Y.
The Vice-President of the Company is Dr. Clarence H.
White, of Los Angeles, Cat., formerly of Grand Rapids. Mich
igan. For fourteen years the Doctor served as President of
the Grand Rapids Medical College of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
and the Doctor points with pride to the fact that three of his
former students are successful practitioners of Los Angeles.
Doctor White for fifteen years, served as Division Surgeon
for the Pennsylvania Railroad and has had the following hon
ors conferred upon him, due to his high standing as a pro
fessional man of affairs in the community in which he lived:
United States Pension Examiner; United States West
Point Examining Board; Chief Surgeon Reed City Hospital,
Reed City, Michigan; Surgeon of the Butterworth, U. B. A.
Saint Mary's Detention Hospitals, and Children's Home.
Grand Rapids, Mich.; City Physician and member of Board
of Health, Grand Rapids, Mich.; President Michigan Sate
Medical Society; President Osceolo Medical Society; Vice
President Fort Wayne Medical College Alumni Association;
. President White and Brainard Lumber Company, Grand
Dr. White has been identified with the Oil Industry of
California two years. He is one of the original Stockholders
of the LAKE VIEW GUSHER. Bank References: State Bank
of Michigan. Grand Rapids, Michigan. People's Savings
Bank, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Fourth National Bank, Grand
Rapids, Michigan. Commercial National Bank, Los Angeles,
Mr. Floyd White, Secretary of the Company, is a
young business man of this city, who before coming to Cali
fornia, served three years as Secretary of thV Valley City
Pharmacal Company, of Grard Rapids, Michigan, and four
years as President and Manager of the Brainard Lumber
Company, of Benton, Arkansas. Since coming here he has
been dealing in Lumber and Timber Lands. Mr. White is al
so a Stockholder in the LAKE VIEW GUSHER" and resides at
No. 107 Union Avenue. BANK REFERENCES: Salina Coun
ty Bank, Benton, Arkansas. People's Bank, Benton, Arkan
sas. Kent County Savings BanK Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Security Savings Bank. Los Anaeles. California. Commercial
National Bank, Los Angeles, California.
Mr. Fred D. Griffith Treasurer of the Company, is a
practicing attorney of this city, and is a man of wide business
experience, having served six years as President and Di
rector of the Marble City Bank, of Knoxville, Tenn., and was
also a Stockholder of the Union Bank of that city. Mr.
Griffith was for five years President and General Manager
of the "Southern Foundry and Machine Compapy," one of
the largest manufacturing concerns in Knoxville, f cup. This
ponce'rn. opertcd two Foundries and a large Machine shop, it
extensively engaged in the Manufacture of Car Wheels and
heavy castings. He is identified with a number of business,
banking and manufacturing interests of this city. He is a
Stockholder in the Home Savings Bank, of Los Angeles. Mr.
Griffith is also fortunate in being a Stockholder in the LAKE
VIEW GUSHER. Mr. Griffiths resides at No. 323 South Bon
nie Brae Street, Los Angeles, Caljf.
BANK REFERENCES: National Bank of Commerce,
Broadway Bank and Trust Company, Commercial National
Bank, all of Los Angeles, California, and Commercial Bank
of Pasadena, California. '
Mr;, Chas. F. Off, Superintendent and Ffeld Manager of
the Company, is a gentleman who has applied the greater
part of his life in developing the Oil Industry of Southern Cal
ifornia. Mr. Off is the gentleman who located, promoted and
Experts Give Out Figures On
Beet Sugar That Are
Willed & (IrnyM Sugar Journal for
Nov. 23 reviews matters nt Interest
to tlio siiR.tr trade as follows:
RAWS. Tlio notobW features of
the week Is tlio largo Increase In the
estimates of tlio European tieet sugar
crop liy all tlio leadlngLcrup experts
Tlio "Factories," considered the
mest conservative of all, places ttio
crop at 7,880.000 tons, and Is only ex
ceeded liy Otto I.lclit, who says 7,
933.000 tons. F. (). I.lclit estimates
7,875.000 tons. With theso large croi)
Arillhlfll An I trth.t I4 4tt ttf te hrtnll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
( FIRST CIRCUIT. TERRITORY
OF HAWAII. HOLDING TERMS
IN THE CITY AND COUNTY
OF HONOLULU. "
estimates In hand It was to be expect
cd that European prices for beet sit
gar would decline, considerably, but
In fact prices barely dipped below
9s and recovered and rt'ril'aln sta
tionary at 9s, confirming tho conclu
sion that 9s. f. o. b. Hamburg Is tho
virtual cost of pro'ductldn, and any
decline from that price Is quickly re
Whether a big crop like this may
reduce the cost of production Cd., and
lcriiilt n dccllno to Ss. Cd., remains
to bo seen, lint even at this lower
price for beet sugar tho Cuba plant
er can flguro n profit on coat and
still sell to the United States ot he
low the Kuropcan parity.
Sales of tlio week comprise 8,000
tons Javas nl ureiiKwaicr at ius., c conetia.
1. l., reducing qil'Jiauuil in o.5i. iitw
next sale or 5.700 tonB Cuba Centrifu
gals for prompt shipment from Liver
pool ot 3.89c. raised quotation to
3.88c. Tho remaining sale of the
week of 3.000 barrels of Louisiana
among the oldest in the Los Angeles district.
Mr. Off is connected with the followinci dividend navinn
properties: Manager and Director of the Rico Ranch Oil Co.,
Manager and Director of the Whittier Crude Oil Co., Manager
and Director of the Off Crude Oil Co. Mr. Off resides at No.
104 North Union Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal.
BANK REFERENCES; United Stages National Bank. Oil
and Metals Bank, Farmers and Merchants Bank, all of Los
Mr. Frank P. Wells, formerly of Buffalo, N. Y., member
of the Board of Directors of this Company, is President of the
Wells Boat Oar Co., of Buffalo, N. Y.,' and De Vails Bluff,
Arkansas. For nearly thirty years this Company has manu
factured a large part of the boat oars used by the U. S. Gov
ernment in its Navy, Revenue and Life Saving service. Mr.
Wells has been in the Lumber and Timber business and for
years served as President of the Arkansas Land and Timber
Company of Little Rock and De Vails Bluff. Arkansas. Mr.
Wells is a graduate of Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan,
and for thirty years has served as trustee of this College.
Although Mr. Wells has been spending the winters in ! clarified sugar tor reiming ut s.ooc,
uaiitorma tor the past ten years, it is only since his becoming
interested in the LAKE VIEVy GUSHER that he has decided to
locate permanently in Los Angeles. He is now building a
home in Hollywood.
BANK REFERENCES: Fidelity Trust Company, Bank
of Buffalo, Union Stock Yards Bank, all of Buffalo, N. Y., and
Bluff City Bank, of De Vails Bluff,' Arkansas.
Mr. D. W. Wickersham is another member of the Board
of Directors of this Company, who was formerly in the bank
ing business before going in to Oil in. California. He is Pres
ident of the Bank of Safford, Safford, Arizona. For fifteen
years he has been President of the GilalBank and Trust Co.
Tho nnnflinnl nlnfl nf l-incinncc nf 4hip PnVnimi io of Rfinllnno
i lit; u i u ua u qul u uuoiiiL.00 ui.-iuia uuiiiunuv 10 111 muni.iiu. 1
..." ..-. ' . - -. ' . .... .- .f" ... ..''.. ' OIll .01. dill mm unsuu
wnie it nas nranencs at uinon&anora ana uodc. Arizona. mhMnro iered nt :& r.
He is also Stockholder and Director of th!e Wickersham Mer-1 i3.oic.wni.uary ki""um?nO ?.? c-
cantile Company, of Safford, Bowie and Globe, Arizona. Mr.
Wickersham has gone into the Oil business extensively since
coming to California, and to date,' each of the Compa;,,',5 Yi
has i'dentified himself With hasjproved a: winner, bpf'-' V
ing a Director in the Lake View-No. 2 Oil Company r. ' one
of the lamest Stockholders of tho LAKE. VIEW GUSHEd. he
... . . . . . . -k. .. -. I... . ... . ' " "I" ' ! I1-V".
ts Vinfi.Prnsirinnt ann Uirnntor di the ca linrnm Minwav ui oiiors expectation of hiibr o . yn
Hnmnanv. nf Tnft. nnrl Stnr:klinfflpr in thn rinmhinnrihn Mi'ri.Hn" '' l'rlf" fr " ""
way Company, also the American Oil-fields Company. Mr.
Wickersham resides at No. 744 South Beacon Street, Los
sngnrs pending the nrrlvnl
Ijiter. After above was In print
sales were made to American of Cit
lias nt Greenock nt S.flOc, OR test,
Cubas at New York nt 3.83c. basis
95 test (3.91c, 90 lest) mid Jnvas
at Il'reakwatcr, at 10s. 3d. c. I. r., equal
3.93c. 90' tost.
AMERICAN SUGAR REFINING
CO. 'Distribution of Stock. The
stock of this company Is ono of the
most widely distributed stocks now
listed on the. New York Stock Kx
cha'rtge, there being altogether' 10.17G
shnteholders. of whom, on October 1
only four held blocks of tho stocks as
large ns 1,000 shores each. Tlio total
par value of the stock thus held Is
$495,000 or "j of of (ho $90,000,010
total stock while 84.75 or $70,275.
pOO Is held In lots of not over 50
rhnrcs. Tho stock Is divided eqiMlly
Infn xir, onn.nnt'i iirpfFrreil nnd 143.-
OOO.OOd common. Fifty-one ncr cent 1 1.1 K WOODS, his wife:
nf the stockholders nre women. Of. ALICE HI.UETT nnd V,
tho total number of stockholders 78'"
nro residents of Now England holding
C3 of the total capital stock. More
than 'half the stock (s held In Massa
chusetts and ono quarter by residents
of New York. Among the remaining
stockholders nro some residents of
"Stock tn "llio Vnlne of $9,300,000
stands In the name of executors, trus
tees, guardhns, banks. cburche3. hos
pltals, nnd charltablo Institutions,
mostly In Massachusetts.
At one tliiio ' the stock was very
actively dealt In on tho Stock Ex
change, but recently It has taken a
position among the most deslrablo In
vestment stocks, and only Hi? of tho
totnl shares now stand In the name of
bails 90 test, restored tho quotntlo.i
to 3.90c., tho same ns last week. Sell
ing Louisiana clarified for refining Is
somewhat Ulmsfial. as' theso sdgars
generally go directly, .Into con?nmi
tlon. Poailbly the quantity-made Is
larger than tho grocers can lunula
nl onee, nnd tho fear of decline In
general values a llttlo later Induces
sale? for refining.
About 11.000 tops. Jay.as. nt break
water remain unsold and hold abovo
lie markrt. Abaut 10,000 tons centri
fugals In warehouse unscld nnd held
for 3.95c. About D 00O tons Cuba cen
trifugals for shipment from Liverpool
unsold and held at 3.93c. Theso com
prlfc rcninlnltig offerings :aUlio mom-
out -of. filil crop SIIS9C9- New cro'.i
f, Kcbrnary-Mar.tn. but imycrs
Fhow no Interest. New crop Philip
pine Islands Incieases'SO', and onrly
deliveries (February shipment) aro
offered, at 3-ViC. c, &,' ?Sft'ost. basis,
eeual tn i;n9c.' c.- & f: for-Cuha'cen.
tlfugals, !IC basis (:i.3.ric. per pound,
duly paid). Those sugars look cheap
for Aprll-Jlny nrnyni, innicaiiiigsopiu
MAI18TON CAMI'llEMi, Superin
tendent ot Public Works of tho
Territory or Hawaii, I'lalntlft
and Petitioner, vs. I9AI1ELLA
11. WOODS et nl Defendants
THE TERRITORY OK HAWAII to
THE HIGH SHERIFF of tho
Territory of Hawaii, or his
YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISAUEM.A II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS and MOI.-
III.UETT, hor husband; JAMES
FRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS,
his wlfb; SAMtfF.I. PARKER WOODS
rind ROSE WOOlsr iiTs wife; MA
IlEIi ROHERSOV I1ECKI.EY and
HENRY I1ECKI.EY, her husband;
MAUD WOODS; liUCY WOODS; It.
W. SHINCil.W. ERNEST WODE
IIOUSE nnd ALLAN W. T. I10T
TOXILEY. Trustees' under1 .the Will
of James WJght,-. deceased; KOHALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, nil
Hawaiian Corporation having Jts
principal ofllte at Puuhue, District of
Kohnla, Island nnd Territory ot Ha
waii'; JOHN' DOE, MARY DOE, and
RICHARD DOB, ' unknown owners
nnd claimants, 'defendants, In onso
they shall fllo written answer with
in twenty days after sorvlco hcreor
to be and appear before tho satit
Circuit Court nt tho term, thcreot
ponding Immediately after the expt
intlon of twenty days nfter sorvlco
hereof; provided, however. It no
torni be pending at such time, then
to be nnd, appear before tho said
Clicult Court at tho noxt succeed
ing term thoreof, to wit, tho Jan
uary 1911 Term thereof, to bo hold
en at tho City and County of Ho
nolulu on Monday, the- ninth day
of January, aiext, nt IP o'clock n.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE m .to show- cnuso-why Judgment
UNITED" STATES FOR THE'ot rondeinnntlon of tho lands do.
FOR DEEP-SEATED COLDS and
Allen's Lung Ralsam cures
when nil other remedies fall. This
old reliable medicine has been sold
for over 40 years, :3c, 50c and $1.00.
Ulnnk books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uulletln
TERRITORY OF 'HAWAII.
scribed In tho Petition herein nnd
for any other re'let demanded In
THE UNITED STATES OF AMUR- the petition should not bo awarded
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. THE TERRI- to Marston . Campbell, - Superintend;;
rum ui- Hawaii, ci ni., ueicuu- em or i'utiie worn, pursuant to wio
THE PRESIDENT OF THE
UNITED STATES, OREETINO:
THE TERRITORY QF HAWAII.
AMERICAN StKlAR COMPANY,
tenor of his annexed Petition. .
And have you then there this.
Writ with full return ot your pro
ceedings thereon. $t,
WITNESS the Honnrablo Presldr
LIMITED.' ft Corporation Organized Ing Judgo cf tho Circuit Court ot
jind extstlng uttder and by vl"rtue1pttho FJCEt Clr.'ult, nt Honolulu afore-.
'the laws'o(';the'reriltorof Hawaii; I said, th!s 1st day nf September,, V-
CHARLES't.R. 'rilSlIOP.;MVILI.rAM 1910. " ""' f
BANK REFERENCES: First National Bank, of Los An
geles, California. v
There is possibly no man in the Oil business in Southern
California who has had greater and more varied business
experience than has Chas. B. Jiidd, member of the Board of
Directors of this Company.' For twelve years he" served as
Vice-President and General Manager of tho Bissell Carpet
Sweeper Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan, a'c'pnce'rn
that manufactures 95 per cent of all tlje Carpet "Sweepers
made (n this country. Mr. Judd has been a successful lum
berman in Northern Michigan and has extensive lum,hec in
terests in Northern California and in Oregon. For eight years'
he was Secretary and Manager- of the Grand Rapids Vane'er
Works. He is prominently identified in banking circles ip his
home city. Mr. Judd has spert hisr winters in California for
the past eiglit years and has made the Lahkershim hotel of
this city Ills winter headquarters ever since this hptpl was
opened to the public' Mr. 'Judd is prommpnt in automobile
circles, being one of the prime movers in the Automobile Cl(ib
BANK REFERENCES: National City Bank, Kent State
Bank, Michigan Trust Co., Fourth National Bank and Old Na
tional Bank, all of Grand Rapids. Mich.
Mr. David, G. Cole was for rriany years engaged in
ranching. He conducted hjs variousfarms in such a success
ful and businesslike manner that he made a fortune. For
the past few years he has been doing a successful Real Es
tate business ut 0ran,ge County. Mr- Cole' rpsjdcs at No. 71 1
North Main Street, Santa Ana, California.
BANK REFERENCES: Commercial Bank, Farmers and
Merchants National Bank, Orange County Savings B.ajik,
Santa Ana Savings Bank, Santa Ana, California.
Trusting this is the information desired, we are,
Yours very truly,
LAKE VIEW NO. 2 OIL CO.
J. OSWALD LUTTED, General Sales Agept,
1 1 39 Fort St. Phono 3020.
The Pqnd Daiiry i
offers for talc at the rate of $1 per r".ir absolutely pure
from certified healthy cews maintained under perfectly san
TELEPHONE 28D0, and also for tale by Henry May &
C?., C. J. Day & Co,, and J. M. Levy & Co.
SPECIAL RATES FOR DELIVERING CAL
ENDARS, CIRCULARS, ETC. Give us your
orders for Xmas deliveries. Rhone 1861
"The bride was young nnd boautl-. Dick I Itnoy n i;lrl who urceptB
fill," eaya a Virginia pupcr, "Iwr lliuJJ Afipui' iiidiiahii, ilbfi('til0w,
chestnut hair being' In ilngletn about C'liTra Sj. c)iijr't(fliollyo IP. 'Jloiv'eoiiTd
her nmrbln Iirulii." How would you she? Dick Why, who baa to, uu
llko tu marry n girl with u "marble know.- HIio'b a telephone girl. -Hotbrain?"
Toledo lieu. I ton Courier.
Ralna have recently fallen freely In
FOftloim rt Cuba where ni'ist needed.
The flrnt estate to coinnicnco grind
ing ii h mentioned In Oovernment re
port wll( probably bo tho Trancco
Central on December first. Louisiana
crop outturn reports nro snniewhat
contradictory, but x loport here
wlh tdiowu largely Increasing re
ceipts, VurgoEt week of the season, or
corresponding week last year. Indicat
ing final outturn about a our esti
mate. Tho weather l8Vro;.orted' gen
erally favorublo for all eropa'of Veat
Indies. Hawclt. liuluv nndf Ill(lfnqi':
tho latter Is icspondtiiK q'i free-duty
privileges rapidly, .India trives,,prni
Iso of slightly smaller crop owing to
i educed cano nroas)ir .ToJal,,4jnpoyt8
into India nro nbiv; kVout.'Jthcsaino as
labt year. Dcmbrnra crop reports r-
..nltt ,naelmtutlp-. -
' Seo New Japan Sugar! Tilrln" sched
ule herewith which "will' Increase du
ties about 40o on tho principal grades
of Impart next year. For United
-Kingdom trnda seo-statistics and mar
ket letters herewith. Uusslan crop
estimates nro of Bpeclal Interest. Our
Hus(an special coYrojiprindcuce gives
two crop estimates! ndi),to;tio oth
ers. ,'- . yf
Tlio enormous 'itlpwfoV' crop In
crenso ts really tho causo of much
of (he prevailing depression, but It Is
well to noti that stocls (u Itiissla at
the beginning or tlio crop year were
reJuced to 2,000 tons against normal
stocks of 20.0flp to 400,000 tons, nnd
that ONports to convention countries
nro limited to 200,000' toils.
Nm convention countros In 1909-10
received from Hussla.- 80.000 tons
against- 250,000 tons In 100809.
Larger receipts from Ilussln In
1910-11 mny dleplieo somo receipts
from convention countries. Oorinany
sent qbout ' 200,000 tops in 1909-10,
Austrln 200,000 tons Franco 100,000
tons, but theso wore not materially
hiigor thnn In normal' "year, nusida
can always hold In roservo a largo
surplus production for consumption
lu smaller crop years.
ec'plpt's nt tho UlfiJfedSthtcs Four
rosffor io, wce(lfapiouiitcd Jo 27.
0(0 tons Including tho first arrival of
Cubas from Llvorpoo, nnd, first' ar
rival of new LouUtnna crop fropi
Thoro are 5,000 tnnn mnro of Iuls
hum Hugtirs now nlloat to New York
nnd further shipments expected, re
finers deeming It best to transfer part
of their New Oilcans stock for melt
n Cuh nn stock remains nt tlio bx
principal rot Is.
. Our market., cilo?isv.stlk3,90c, Imls,
.0. SltU, SAJJUKL M. DAMON'. E.
FA.NUN IIISIIUI", ALIIKKT I. JUUU,
npd ALFIIKD V. CAHTKR, Trustees
under the Will and of'.'the KstateiOi
IIKIINICK V. IIISIIOP, deceased:
KLIZAnKTII L1IIUE. L1ICILE NIU
MALII, KSTIIKIt KALII1I. CAHO-
LINI3 PUKOO, -ANNIE KAPAPALA,
CLARA KILAUEA. EIA 1UI.O,
MAlllOV MAKKXA. DAVID PII1I-I
i r . t iii.M-r iiiTv-AiiniT nrni,'TT ents,
WAIIIAWA. ALEXANDER LANAI,
OEOIIOE KEWALO, HENRY K.-
(Sg.d.) HENRY SMITH.- V-'
'V,"iEnddrE?di L. No. 7202". Reg. "
pg. 10B, fjlrcult Court, First Clr-
tilt. Territory of Hawaii, Mnrstod
Campbell, Superintendent ot' Pitblla
Works of the Territory of "Hawa'lli1
Plff, nnd Petitioner, vs. Isabella IK
Woods et als Dcfts, nnd Respond-
Original summons filed and
Issued September 1, 1910, at 2:25
o'clock p. ni, A. IC, Aonn, Asst.
Clerk. Returned October 4, 1910,
f t f 1IM T TIAlt ItlM'l.Vt n,i,l
...V.r.:. , .I .,...V.?' ...'".. I nt 1:0.". p. m. A. K. Aona. Asst. Ro.
You are hereby directed to nppear,
Issued for further serylco this 4th
day of October, 1910, nt 1:BG o'clock
p. m. A. IC. Aona, Asst. Clork.
Territory of Hawaii,
nnd answer the Petition In an action
(.milieu lis iiuuvu, uiuuKm. ubu.h.l .. . r...ntv nf ,..,.,
you In the District Court of the Unl- , Sm, clork 0, ,, cr. j
ted States, tn nnt for the Territory cu Cort ot u,a F(.gt jaclal clr.
of Hnwnll. within twenty flays from .n, territory of Hawaii, do horo
nnd nftor erv!co upon you of a cer-( j)y cert,fy the foreg0lI1(; to he n fu'lli
tlfled copy of Plaintiff a Petition yue -,, iorrect oopy ot tll0 orIg.
herein, together with a certltTed copy nil, iummopg the caBe ot Mar
of this Summons. Btm, Campbell. Superintendent ot
And you arc hereby notified thntp y,D ,.8 of tll0 Terrtory r
unless1 you appear and answer ns-irawaf'v"s? Isabella H. ' Woods ct
above reaulred, the said Plaintiff ns.. ns the same remains ot record
will take iudgment of condemnation nnu- h (e u10 0 ot thoClerlc
of tho Innds escribed In the Petition of said Court.
heroin and for any other relief do- in WITNESS WHEREOF, I havo
manded In tho Petition. hereunto tet my hand nnd nfllxed
WITNESS THE HONORAHLE the Seal of said Circuit Court this
SANFORD II. DOLE, nnd the HON- 1711. day of-November, 1910.
ORA1ILE A. .0. M. ROHERTSON.I HENRY 8MITIL ,,
Judges ot rnld District Court, this Clerk of tho Circuit Court ot tho
First Circuit, Territory of Ha
Alexander Lindsay Jr., Attorney
General, and Arthur O. Smith, Dep
uty Attomcy-Gencrnl, for the petl.
tinner. . "' 4779-3m
on wank of lefliiei's as rompnred with Court, Torrltory of Hawa(l.
the limited available supplies ot cano' 47?0.3m
22iui day of 'November,, In tho year
of our Lord one thousand ntno' hun
dred nnd ten nnd of the Independ
ence o( the United States one hun.
drcd nnd thirty-fifth. '
iSgd.) A E. MURPHY,
No. CG. DISTRICT COURT OF
THE U. S. for tho Territory of Hn
wnll. THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA vs. THE TERRITORY OF
HAWAII, et al. SUMMONS. ROII-
ERT W. 11RECKONB and WILLIAM A special meeting of the stockhold-
T. RAWLINS. Plaintiffs' Attorneys. rs "t tho 0.ihu Country Club, Ltd.,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA wl" ll IlcW " tl10 Alexander Young
Territory of Hawaii. City of Hono- I'0'"! roof garden Thursday evening.
Ii,iu en Dccombor 8, 1910, ut 8 o'clock.
I. A. E. MURPHY. Clerk of the ALLEN C. R01IINSON,
District Court of the United States 4701-4t Secretnry.
. . . . . . .. .. i
or America, in, nnu tor mo Territory
and -'District, of1 )Iawnllv do hereby
eortlfy tho foregoing to bo a'fiiH, tnio
and correct copy of tho original 'Pe
tition npd Summons In the case of
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA vs. TUP TERRITORY PF HA
WAII, ct al., as the same remains of
record and on file In the ofllco of tho
Clork of eii Id Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hayo
hereunto Eet my hand and affixed the
real of said District Court this 1st
dny of Docembe, A. D, 1910,
(Seal) A. E. MURPHY..
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Prwnpt and Polite Attention
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Assessment No. 13
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