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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,!". H., MONDAY, FEB. 12, 1912.
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Otary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New tteel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rate. 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 "Trawets"ABC code.
J .II, Love. Honolulu representative.
Evtrxthlng at this lintel
Is liarinnnlnnir The cul
Klne nml the scrvlo. the
iirihiticturo unci the fur
iilxhlnK" liver) arrange
merit It hmilo fur the
rotnfort of the guets
Emma St, above Vineyard
THERE IK AX AUTO IN Till: HUNT
service for tiii: gpests this
week there will hi: moon
light DANCES WILL AOU COJlll
Rooms and Board
FINE A T H I N'Q
W. C, Bergln, Prop.
For atsoiutc comfort "and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STARHS & FOSTER
Midi ly tin Koiidtrful IPiS
l'rocut that jimiuctt tht
v nof pirtel inuttrui lloicn.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thing they
Jiavc in common is the word cotton
J. HOPP & CO '
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Stre-at, oppoalto Young Hotel
P. O Rox 140 Pbonu 101
A. H. D0NDER0,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
1500 to $15,000
BUY A LOT IN
( KAIMUKI LAND CO.
(OLIVER G. LAN8INQ
80 Merchant Street
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolnnl Building Honolulu, '. H
P. O. Box tot
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
112 8tanonwld Building Honolulu
( nil for nnminl corporation meeting
ore Inert nslnic ilulli l'lnntntlon mid
other meitlng so far eillcd ore ns fol
lows Till 14 -Hawaiian Agricultural To
Fib 14 Onomen Sugar Co
Fib 14 American Sugar Co
I'th II Kuliuku Plimlntlon Co
lMi 1." Knlinuhii Agricultural Co.
IVh 15 Htivv -Aimrlcnn Ituhbir On
l'tb 15 Hawaiian Sugsr Co
Ktli IS -Onhil Sugar Co
I'th 15 Knhulul It It. Co
l'cli II II It. T. & L Co
l'li 1" -lllln Sugar Company.
IVh 15 W nlmnnnlo Sugar Co
Ili 15 Welin Agrk'iiltlinil Co
IVh 13- Kiihnupa Agricultural Co.
Feb lfi- Pioneer Mill Co.
IMi tr. -Olownlu Co.
IVh if, Ilonunpo Agricultural Co
IVli If. Knu Agricultural Co
I'th li,- Wiilolilnti Agrl & Grazing Co
Til, Jl Wnltuku Sugar Co
Ktli i Hulkii Susnr Co
rVI 21 rlllc Gunno S. rerlll. Co.
Kill SI lliln Plantation
l'clr !1 Kolnt Sugar Co
Feb Jl Piililm l'liintutlon Co
IM, 21 Kclialm Sugar Co
I'iIp. 21 Kiillallniil l'lnntntlon Co.
I'll, 21 Walimo Sugar Mill Co
IVh .'3 East Maul Irrigation Co.
Tnli 23 Nnhlhii Hub Co.
lli 23 Central Mill Co.
Fib 23 tlonoimi Sugar Co
File 21 Inter-Island Steam Nnv Co.
IVh 2" Wnlntuie Company,
IMi 23 IInnllnn Toluccu Plnntatlon
Pi It. It Alexander & Baldwin
Poll iff-Ktilinln Sugnr Co.
K li 27 Apnknn Sugar Co
Pel, 27 Ewa l'lnntntlon Op
Pill. 2S Wohliwu Water Co.
IMi 2S Wnlulun Am Icultnriil Co
C. 0. Yce Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER!
Tlphon. No. Mil
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Streets
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fort and Beretanla
rare line-of-dry ooodi
WAIi YING CHONG
KiDR Street, Ewa Tiihmarktt
Wing Chong Co.
Kl0 .ST, EAK HKTIIEIi
Dialrrs In Furniture, Mattresses,
etr rlr. All kluds of hOA mid 3I1S
SIO.N FUIIMTUltE inudo to order.
niroitiKiis up oi!ii:.TAL nouns
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
911 JSiiunini, near Kins Street,
And Cloth of Al Qnallly Can lie
I'. 0. ilm 1)01. Telephone 1731
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU 8T, NEAR KING ST.
cotiov citFi'i: simiTS, kimonos
l-MB POUT Sl AIIOVi: IIKHETANIA
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
LAUNDERED BY HAND
A. Abadle, Prop.
777 KING STREET PHONE 1491
11 ll I If II u Willi! Ads will lliidll.
The site for the bulkhead wharf pro
posed bj the Harbor Ciiiuiiilssloiurs,
details of which were announced In
the II ii I I e t I n of Pehrunry 2, wns
Inspected bj members of Iho I.lnrbir
Coininlasliin on Satiinlnv niiit tho
rchvino more thoniiighly gone Into
The uiilcomc wan Hut limy linvo
agreed that the scheme can be cnrrlod
out mid tint It will prove loss i-Pn-lve
thiin the former plans for the
dtedgltig of n new Blip.
The Kchcine proposed by Wakefield
In brief Is this: A bulklienil lino be
tween the Poll street wharf and tho
far corner of the proposed Kllaiien
wharf with biff warehouse nccninino-
ilntlon iilum; the slime Hue. The old
Idea was the ricatlnn of slips parallel
ing the Alukcn, wharf ns fnr as Port
Ily inuklng n bulkhead lino thn
lieay expense of dredging will bo
ellmlnalcil Thcro will nlso bo n
frontage of 070 feet and n side llnp of
(100 feet which will glvo lunch iiima
room than bj the other tlienip.
The roiiinilsslonorB arc nlso of the
opinion that n right-of-way for tho
railroad bIioiiIiI bo secured by the
Legislature through Allen and Hoblh
son's lumber )ard, so that tho truck
would run past tho Oceanic doclc, tlio
Kllnnra whaif and the lllelnrds Htreot
The matter will be taken up nt tlio
meeting of tho roimulsslon to be held
(Pr-wlnl Till 1 let In Corrcpnii(loiipe.)
WAII.UKtl. Maul. Peb. 10.A. 11.
Nnone. who Is cinploje.l by J. A. Alio-
oiir to paint the new sanitarium bulld-
ihb nt Mila, of which tho latter Is
contractor, fell from the roof last
.Monday morning nnd sprained his loft
fool Portunatcly for .Mr. Naone, tlio
hclRht from which ho fell was ouly
about ten feet and he landed on n
glassy spot. His foot, however, struck
a lltllo stone. The accident Is very
inliifnl and nny Incapacltato Naono
from hlrt work ffir several weeks.
J. A Ahcoiiff cxpcctB to finish Uio
now caiiltnrliini bulhllng at Knla nbont
I ho olid of this inoiitH." Ho has already
started on the foundation of tho new
annex to Ihu JIululant Hospltnl In
WallnUu. Mr. Aheong Is In plllUIn,
the Hoard of Supei visors not having
approved his claim of 90o as his sec
ond luiynicnt for tho contract. Ahr
ong Only signed his voucher nnd
passed It over to ilr. Poster, the over
seer of the sanitarium, who is also
tho architect of tho building and tlio
lnsiectdr Tor the County of Maul. Mr.
Poster baa not'liccn well for some
time, but fortunately for him Mrs.
Poster, his wife, Is district nurso nml
she atlends to him with wifely devo
tion In sending down to tho Iloarcl
in Hupervisois tnu month's batch of
approved claims Mr, Kosler forgot to
approve Mr. Alieong'o claim and tlio
Hoard will therefore not recognize It
as a legal claim until next month.
Mc.uiwlillo Mr. Aheong's men may
ttrlko for lack of funds.
NO CAUSE FOR WORRY
fll.ll HITIins h the 'Terrllni'v U nf
tho preseurilmo paying out SGOO a dny
for Intci est on money borrowed, this
sum will bo very materially reduced
in tho near future Is the opinion of
By next November It Is honed that
another $50,000 of the Chinatown lire
claim bonds will bo taken up, which
will leavo only ICO'.OflO outstandlnir.
wheieas the original debt was 3G5,
000, Owing to tho good crodlt the
Territory has, the rate of Interest Is
much lower than that prevailing cith
er in cuua or the Philippines.
ino Territory has on hand at tho
present tlmo $2,340,217.38 and out of
this sum $1,530,000 Is loaned to tho
iocjii minks and Is In circulation, in
accordance with tho law authorizing
men uso of Treasury funds The pros-
iiccis uio iiiat tno tax leturns will
bring In $1,800,000. All the Islands
Imvo Increased their tnx rates and
theio will In all piobablllty bo about
$300,000 more In taxes this jear than
G. A. R. POST MOURNS
DEATH 0E A COMRADE
(ieorgo AV. Do I.ong Posi. No. 45.
O. A. II , has pnssed the following res
olutions: 'Wheieai, the members of this
post nie bowed down with gilef and
soriow hy the doalh of our comrade,
n. iv MCKeagtie, thornfoio be It
'Resolved, That In his death wn
have lost n warm-hoarted, genial ami
loyal comrade, nnd his country, for
which ho risked his Ilfq on thq tented
Hold, n bruvo and initrlotlc citizen.
"And It Is further Resolved, That
wo, his smvlvlng comrades, temlei to
his boienved widow -our svinnathv in
this tlio hour of her gieat affliction.
"Resolved, nlso. That tho foiegolng
resolutions bo spread iiikiii tha priii-
utCB of this Post ami n conv tiieienf
be piesonted o his widow, Mis. Sam
Del K, MtKejigue,"
Haiku Sugar Co.
The nununl lmetliiK of stockholders
of llnllai Hiignr Co will be held nt the
mike nml principal place of business
of the loinpnny, 20SStungeiiwald build
tiiK", Honolulu, T II . on Wednesday,
the 21st day of lYUuary, 1912, nt 9130
o i lock u in
ni.Mi:n n. paxton,
Kecntniy, Haiku KiiRnr Co.
The nununl meeting of stnekliolders
of l'nlii I'liintntlnii will be held at the
mike, and prliulpil plmn of business
of tile l'iinp.in., 208 BtanKetiwald
bullilliiK. llnnoliilii, T. II, on Wednes
day, the Slut On) of Pcbrunry, 1912, nt
10 ii'ilook n m
c i:i.Mi:it i: paxton,
Secretary, I'nla Plantation.
Pulehu Plantation Co., Ltd.
Tlio nununl meeting of stockholders
of I'ulehu Plantation Co, Ltd, will ho
held nt tho office nnd principal plnco
of biislnes of the Company, 208)Btan
genwahl liullillng Honolulu, T. II., on
Wednesday, the 21st day of Pcbrunry,
1912, at 10:40 o'clock n. in.
nt.MPH 13 PAXTON,
decretory, I'ulehu Plantation Co, Ltd.
Kallallnui Plantation Co, Ltd.
Tlio nniuial inciting of stockholders
of Kullnllnnl Phntolloii Co, Ltd, will
ic held nt the odice nnd principal plnco
of business of the Company, 208 Stnn
genwnld building, Honolulu, T. II., on
Wfdncsilny, tho 21st day of Pebruary,
1912, nt 10:30 o'lloclc n. m
HLMPn 13 PAXTON,
Secretary, Kallallnui Plantation Co,
RESOLUTION NO. 621.
1113 IT IU380LVI3D by tho Hoard of
BupuvlsiirH of the City nml Ooilntj' nt
Honolulu, Ttrrltory of Hawaii, that
the sum of POI(TV-NlNI3 HUNCHED
AMI ril'T-.W'lVU 63-1U0 HOLI.AIIH
S4Uirf5) lu iimironrLiteil from the
(Icmral i'lind of' tlio, City and County
for the purpose of repairing King
Street on the llnqs us shown In tho cs
tliuato of tliu C(ty and County" Kiv
lnlroduceil by, H, II MURRAY,
Dated Pebruary Ct 11112.
At u regular meeting of tho Hoard
in ctipirvisors iu iiiu i iiy nnu coumy
of Hbpbliilu, held on Tuesday, Ptbru-
c . . ! .. ...... . .
nry c, 1912, tho fnreKoliig Hesolutlon
win pnssed on Plrst Heading and or
dcred to print on tho following vote ot
Aje Amunn, Arnold, Dnlght, Kru-
ger, Low, McClellan, Murray. Total, 7,
D. KALAUOKAI.ANI JR.
City and County Clerk,
r,lC0 Peb. 9, 10, 12.
Sealed Tenders will be received hy
tho Superintendent of Public Works
up until 12 noon of Wednesday, Peb
ruary 21, 1912, for tho construction ot
two (2) one-story frame cottages for
the patients In the Kallhl Hospital, Ho
Plans, specifications nnd blank forms
for proposal ure on Ilia In the olllco of
thr Superintendent of Public Works.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves tho right to reject nny or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, Pebruary 7, 1912.
Lots of from E to 11 acres In tho
village of MAKAWAO, Mnul, sultablo
for grape culture, general farming, etc,
These lots will be sold by miction nt
1 p. in. on Saturday, March 9, 1912, In
front of tho Roman Cuthollo Church,
Terms: One-half cash, tho balance
nt I and 2 jiors with Interest at 7,
Ily order of
HALHAKALA IIANCII CO,
5157 Mar 8 Inc
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST' MILK, FORI!
Your Grocer Sells It
G. M. DUNCAN
?58 Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd.
Tho annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Pioneer Mill Company,
Ltd, will be held at the oinco of Its
ngints, H. lluikfclil & Co, Ltd, Ho
nolulu, on Prlday, the 16th Any of Peb.
runry, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. in.
In addition to i.ny regular business
Hint may bo '.roug-hl up nt said meet
ing, tho mnter of Increasing the enp-
Ital stuck nnd changing the par value
of the shares of the company, nnd of
nmemllng Its Artlclei ot Incorporation
will be considered.
Hy order of the Hoird of Directors.
r,l,'i2-10t Acting Secretnry.
Walrnanalo Sugar Company.
Tho annual meeting of tho share
liohkrs of tho Wnfmannlo Sugnr Com
pany will be held 'at the office of Its
ngents, C. Hrewcr & Company, Ltd,
In Honolulu, on Thursday, Pebruary
HI, 1112, nt 10 o'clock a, m.
13. I. SPALDING.
Dated, Honolulu, Pehrunry 1, 1912,
Hllo 8ugar Company.
Iho nununl meeting of the share
holders of the Hllo Sugar Company
will bo held at the olllce ot Its agents,
C. Hrewer & Co,' Ltd, In Honolulu,
Thursday, Pehrunry 15, 1912, lit 11
o'clock n. m. ''I""
Honolulu, Pcbrunry 1, 1912.
Kahului Railroad Co.
The nnnunl meeting of tho stock
hnhkrs of Knhulul Itallroad Company
will be held nt the principal branch
olllce of the company, No. 208 Stongen
wald building, Honolulu, on Thursday,
rebruary 15, 1912, at 11 'o'clock a. m.
I3I.MI3R H. PAXTON.
Secretary, Wahulul 'HuHrond Co.
The nnnunl meeting of tho slmrc
hohlers of the Olownlu Company will
be hehi at the olllco of Its agents, C.
Brewer & Company, Ltd, In Honolulu,
Prlday, Pebruary 10, 1912, nt 10 o'clock
Honolulu, Pebruary1 1,-1912.
Tho nnnunl meeting of tho stock
holder of tho Wnljnao Company will
bo held nt tho ofllco of J M. Dowsett,
Merchant street, Prlday, Pebruary 21,
1912, at 11 o'clock a. m.
J. M. DOWSP.TT,
Secretary, Waianae Company.
Honolulu, Pehrunry 8, 1912.
NOTICE TO 8UB8CRIBER8.
Notice Is hereby "glv'en that a new
Directory of suliscrllurs of the Mutual
Telephone Company will shortly bo
All subscribers desiring nny change
of tin mo or address and all Intending
subscribers nre earnestly requested to
send written notke or call In person
nt the olllco of the company on Adams
I-nno, on or beforn Thursday, February
29. 1912, niter which date positively no
changes will be made for the new Di
MUTUAL TDLPPIIONH CO, LTD.
Honolulu, T. II, Pcbrunry 9, 1912.
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
The nnnunl meeting ot tho stock
holders of tho Inter-Islund Steam Nav
igation Co, Ltd, will be held nt the
otlke of tho company, No 39 Queen
street, Honolulu, on Prlday, rebruary
23, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. in
noiiman i: ar.pan
Secretary, Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co, Ltd.
5164 Peb 7, 9, 12, 14, 10, 19.
Kotula 8ugar Company.
Notice Is hereby given that tho an
nual meeting of tho shareholders of
the Kohula Sugnr Company will bo
held nt tho ofllco of Castlo & Cooke,
Limited, at tho corner of Port and
Merchant streets. In the City nnd
County of Honolulu, Territory of Ha
waii, on Monday. Pebruary 20. 1912. nt
li- o'clock a, in
At such meeting proposed amend
ments to the Charter and By-Laws of
tho company will bo submitted for con
T. II PP.TRIE,
Pecretnry, Knhalii Sugar Company
Honolulu, Hawaii, Pehrunry 10, 1912
IN THK UNITED STATES DI8
TIUCT COURT FOR THIS T13U
1UTORY OF HAWAII.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. PEI'EEKEO
8UOAII COMPANY, et ul , De
fendants Action brought In
Bald District Court, and the
Petition tiled Iu the olllco of
tho' Clerk of said District Court,
In Honolulu. '
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
I'EPEEKEO SUUAIt COMPANV, n
corporation existing under and
by virtue of the laws of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii; SLEE HONO;
JOHN LEE HONO, JAMES LEE
MONO, MARY LEE HO.N'ti uud
8 AH AH LEE HO.NU, uuknowu
heirs at law of LKE IlO.NCl, de
ceased; ANNIE AKONU; WIL
LIAM AKONC1, HENRY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO nnd JANE
AKONU, unknown heirs nt law
of MAHY AKONO, doccased:
JULIA II. APONd; EMMEL1NE
M. MAGOON; MARIE IC HUM
PHREYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE II. HIGGS; MARY
CATHERINE AFONO; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON: HELEN
G. HENSHALL; MARTHA M.
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
11UHNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
Ell; 11 EAT KICK MELAINE
UREWSTEIl; ANTHONY C.
AFONG; ALBERT F. AFONG;
ABItAM II. AFONG; AH SIIEU
AFONG; CHARLES AFONO,
THOMAS AFONO, CLAHA
AFONO and HOSE AFONO, un
known heirs at law of AH LING
AKONU, deceased; and JAMES
BROWN, JOHN BLACK, HEN
IIY WHITE, GEiOUUE SMITH,
MARY JONES, MAUOAItET
MILLS, HELEN HILO and
MARTHA KONA. unknown own
era and claimants.
You are hereby directed to nppear
and answer the Petition in on action
entitled us above, brought against you
In the United States District Court,
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and utter service
upon you of a certified copy of Plain
tiff's Petition heroin, together with a
certified copy ot this Summons.
And you are hereby notified that
unless you uppcar and unswer as
abovo required, the said Plaintiff. Will
take Judgment of condemnation of' the
lands descilbed In tho Petition herein
and for auy other rollof demanded In
WITNESS THEf HONORABLE 8AN
FOItD B. DOLE and THE HONOR
ABLE CHARLES F. CLEM ON S,
Judges of, said' District Court, lids
20th day of 'October.' In tfie year bf
our Lord one thousand nluo hundred
and eleven and of tho Independence
ot the United States tho ouu hundred
(Signed) A. E. 1UJHPHY,
"No. 7. United states dis
TRICT COUKT. for the TerrI
tory of Hawaii. THE 'UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA vs. I'E
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY et
ul. SUMMONS. ROBERT W,
BRECKONS, United Statea At
torney." THE UNITED STATES OF
Torrltory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu. as.
I, A. 13. MUnPHEY, Clerk of the
United States District Court for tho
Territory nnd District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify the foregoing to be a
full, true and correct copy of tho
original Summons In the case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA V
I'EPEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY et
al , as tlio same remains ot record
and on fllo In tha ofllco c! the Clerk
of said District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I lmvo
hereunto set my hand and atllxed the
seal of said District Court this ICth
day of November, A. D. 1011.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States Dis
trict Court, Territory of
6080 3m lid
Notice Is' hereby given that the S
S. Sierra will sail from this port Feb
ruary 0, 1912, Instead ot February 7,
and on return trip will sail from Sun
Francisco' 'February 10, bringing her
here the morning of tho 22nd of Feb
ruary In sm Mm to see the annual
C. DKEWKR A CO. (Limited),
Agents, -Oceanic Steamship Co
' J cios'tr
was Awarded HiaHeer"-HrNOR8
At "the rectut California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH RIZE
lilt I let J ii niK best Business (lit.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
riRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TEH
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
11113 TERRITORY OP HAWAII, by
Mitrstoii Campbell, Superintendent
ot Public Works, Plaintiff and P(tt-ry
tloner, vs. ISABELLA Jl, WOODSj'p
PALMER PARKER WOODS uud
M01.L113 WOODS, his wife; MAIL
ALICE BLUETT und 1'. W. 1.
BLUETT, her husband; JAMES
PRANK WO(US atid I3VA WoiDS,
his wife; H AMU 111, PA HUE It
WOODS und ItUSIL WOODS, his
vvlfo; MABEL IIOBEUTSON' HECK
LEI' and HENItV BECKLEV, her
husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SII1NUI.E, ERNEST
WODE1IOUHE and ALLEN W. T.
BO'lUOMLEl', Trustees under tha
Will of Janus Wight, deeeared;
KOIIALA RANCH COMPANY. LIM
ITED, on Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its prlnilput olllco ut Puuhue,
District of Kohula, Island and Ter
ritory of lluwnll; JOHN DOE, MAUY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. unknown
owtidrs und claimants, Defendants
and Respond! nts.
THE TERRITORY OP HAWAII:
TO THE Hiail SHERIFF of the
Territory of Hawaii, or his Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA li. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS und MOLLIS
Woods, his wife; mary alice
BLUETT nnd 1'. W. 1'. BLUETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS and HOSE WOODS,
his vvlfo; MABEL ROBERTSON
BECKLEV und HENRY BUCKLEY,
iier husband; MAUD WOObS; l.UOJ
WOODS; It. W. SHINOLE, HRNHKTfjt
WODEIIOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
BOTTOMI.EY, Trustees under tliu Will
of James Wight, deceused; KOIIAI.A
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal olllce at Puuhue, District of Ko
hala, Island nnd Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MAHY DOE nnd RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants, In case they shall die
w rllten nnsw er vv Ithln tw enty da s after
service hereof to bo nnd uppeur before
the said Circuit Court nt the tirm
there-of pending Immediately ufter tho
expiration of twei.ty dnys after ser
vice lureof; provided, however. If no
firm bu pending at bucIi tlmo, then to
be and nppear before) the snld Cir
cuit Court nt the next succeeding teim
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to be hohUn at the City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
eighth"1 day of January next, at 10
o'clock a, in., to show cnuse why Judg
ment of condemnation ot tlfe lands do
hcrlbcd In tho petition herein nnd for
such other rdlef demanded In the pe
tition should not bo nwnrded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to tht
tenor of lis unnoxid petition.
Anil have ou then third this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS (ho Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Cl.cnlt Court of tho First
Clriult, nt Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
day of Pehrunry, 1911.
(S'd ) J. A. THOMPSON,
L 7270. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court. First Clriult, Territory of Ha
waii. Tho Territory of Hawaii ln'
Marston Campbell, Superintendent o.
Public Works, Plaintiff and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella II. Woods it ul , Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition. Piled
und Issued February 11, 1911, nt 10:50
a. in, J. A. Thompson, Clerk, Return
ed nt 1:30 o'clock p m, April 13. 1911.
Robert Purker, Jr, Asst. Clerk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii. )
City und County of ) ss.
I. Henry Smith. Clerk of tho Circuit
Court of the Plrst Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, do hereby certify the '
foregoing to be a full, truu nnd correct
copy of the original summons In tho
ense of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabdln H, -Woods et
al , as the same remains of record and
on file In the ofllce of the Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I l.nv.
hereunto s-t my hand nnd afllxed the
seal of null Court this 21st day of
Kenl HENRY BMlTir
Hirk, Circuit Court of the First Ju-
uicinl Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay. Jr.. Atinn...
General, and Arthur O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney General, for tliu Petitioner.
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