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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. 'H 'FRIDAY, MA'r. 8, '1912.
MAJ. MY SCANDAL SAID TO INVOLVE ANOTHER MAN
WELL KNOWN IN HONOLULU; HIS WIFE THE CAUSE
(torts of promises, ami threatening
StOrV That HaS ShOCked the' that lie would auk for n dlffeient clerk
o.-,Ul. D.,I,I l InTTT" lan.l make luc lose my position If she
oeiviui- nuvcaivu in imi-
MnJ. II. II. Hay. well known In Hon
olulu from Ills former residence here
cnlv n few years ago as army pay
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master, is now iiio center or onu in."" --
the hlnteit scandals the oriny ha,1 certainly extenuating clm.nisfnnces
i,.r - ... .Wat "Worse Than Blind."
m Mn.. months '..ast there havo!
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In somo-ngly-chaiRes, and at last the;
affair named out In a way that has
tel the servlcu afire,
Honolulu people have heard within
I... ...., t. Ini'd Hint tlm lllflll
who Is responsible for pressing thonil MrH, were together a great
charges, the man whose wife MaJ.I
Hay Is declared to hac corrupted. Is
also well known heie. Ills name.huw
cer. has been suppressed 'throughout
so far as tho public prints are con
cerned. A Washington, I). C, pacr has
gone Into the matter with some thor
oughness, and publishes tho following,
including some Interesting letters:
Charges concerning the alleged con
duct rif MaJ. II. I). Hay, paymaster In
the army, toward the wife of a former
clerk, made In the form of a letter
, I,.. W1, , l.nl,ntr fl.innr.il
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the House commlt'teo on 0XpPmu.,
lures In the War Dep.irtinent. which1
Is li.vestlgi.llng accusations of 1II.
cat utility against MaJ. Hay. Other
lllrc nn.l nr.lnrs l.nrlne- on llim
ease, which were not put In tho rec-
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drd last Monday, also were read by
(lenrgo I'. Downey, deputy paymaster
The Idler from MaJ Hay's clerk to
Pa master General Whipple was writ
ten rrom Atlanta, On., June 25, l'.U",
and In It (he clerk, whose name has
been suppressed, declared that MaJ,
Hay had corrupted his wife. He nn-j
burdened to the general a story ch.ir
actcrlzed by l.lm as "sickening." and
applied for a transfer from MnJ, Hay's
Graphically describing how his
wife, whom he described ns little
more than a child, had repulsed tho
advances of MnJ. Hay until the latter
"continually annoyed ami Importuned
hor, making all sorts of promises and
threatening that he would ask for a
different clerk and make me lose my
position If she did hot comply with
lis demands," the clerk wroto to
(Ion. Whipple that ovary time he
looked tho hiajor In the face ho
."wanted to kill him."
Camplalnt of the Clerk.
, Tho letter from the paymaster's
clerk, suinbltled as evidence, follows
"Atlanta, fla June 2.". 1910.
"My Dear 'General: Circumstances'
have arisen that make It absolutely
necessary that I be relieved from
duty as personal clerk to MaJ. II. II,
Hay at the earliest possible date.
"Ilcfore proceeding any further 1
first desire to Impress on you my de
sire for nbsolute secrecy rulatho to
tho Information contained herein. I
havo n falhor 82 anil a molllor 73, who
celebrate their golden wedding anni
versary In October; also two children
and I would brave any circumstance
or conditions rathor than bring shame
nnd disgrace upon them,
"I havo loved and honored my wify
uliote everything elso on earth; havo
trusted her as 'Implicitly as I would
, my mother, and you cdn readily see
to Just what desperation I havo been
driven when I write this commiinlcu
Hon. I have probably been partly to
uiamo for what lias happened by nl
lowing Mrs. to bo In MnJ. Ray's
company to the extent that she has
but In extenuation of that fact, I have
only to say that I trusted her.
Says Hit Wire Confessed.
"Within tho Past few ilnvi, Knm
thing, which I cannot mention, forced
me to the belief that thcro was sumo.
thing wrong. Lust night I had an all
night talk with my wife, rind -sho fin
ally confessed to me that bIio hail on
several occasions been Intimate with
.vinj. nay that from the first few
months that I was assigned to him ho
forced his atteritlnns on hor, had
done everything In his power to mako
ncr untrue to me; but that up to the
tlmo of our leaving Honolulu sho had
icpoiled him. think ncr she could ens
My keep him nt a distance, nnd not
telling me, because sho cnnsldeiod
that sho was perfectly able to take
cuio of horself; and ns our toiatlons
woro pleasant, and wo always seemed
"inn oi a pleaBiint station ftc. she
Kept tho matter to herfcolf.
"Upon our arrival In San Francisco
wo had rooms at tlo Hotel Manx, nhd
It was there that ho first succeeded
lu overcoming her scruples, securing
tho key between tho rooms, and leav
lug tho 'tho 'nlllce.s In the- afternoon,
luung inaf no was attending to nrl
vale business, only to go Immeillafoly
to tne notol and enter my wife's room.
"Tho "arguments ho used woro par
ticularly contemptible and disloyal to
me, no stating that It was only :
question of time until I lost my iios!
tion on account of my debts that
whon I did loso my place he would
seo that sho never needed anything,
and bo forth,
"Since then he has continually in-
portuned uud anuoyed her, mJkliig all
lid not comply with hi ilcmaiula. My
wife It really btvl n child In experi
ence, being eleen jears my Junior
In age, naturally of a trusting anil
cimndlhg disposition, and nlthongh,
of course, I can soo that there Is no
. Inp ., hr.inlll, vp. ,i10ro nro
"MaJ. Uay Insisted upon our coming
to ChlcbKD en route to Atlanta, anil at
' " I wondered why I w -It I.
clear to ; me now. The husbnn, Is al-
' uhva till, l.lflt to KllSIWCt. It IS 8.11(1
and several times different people
havo mentioned to mo that the major
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and several times hnvo cautioned her.
I hnvo been worse than blind.
I consider Xlal. Hay's actions par
ticularly rtuwurtliy those of an officer
Mul gentleman, andi particularly tin
Ktaeful, In lcw of tho fact that dur
ing his trouble In Manila I was the
only friend ho had In the pay depart
ment I lie u I kept htm advised
while In the States that ho had ene
mies, stood by him at nil times, nnd
made enemies for myself. When he
and Mrs. Hay came to Manilla Mrs,
nlld IliysCOf gn0 lip Olir OWI1 lllllllO
which wo had furnished there, to
""'m and wen ot to board: we have
J'""'"' uoth 1. ni and Mrs, Hay i tiring
I,,a" - ""' ' Ml,,v 'l"e "Verylhlug In
' lmer "' forWiir' Jntercau
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" nv uccn more surprise,, mm
"Now. I am prepared to forglvoand
try lo forget Mrs. 's part In this
unfortunate affair. ' jtnj. Hay
has promised me two months' leave
Immediately upon completion of the
maneuvers at Chlckamauga Turk, anil
I was then going to come to Washing'
lon,a1,"l ,,a n"'U8 overtures to get a
ixisltlnn with Mr.
tw of "'X creditors, and try to work,
off sonic of my Indebtedness,
You can readily seo that my dally
association with MnJ. Hay Is almost
unbearable; that every tlmo I look
nim in tno face. I want to kill him,
and that, a continuation of our rein
tlons Is Iliii6ssilile.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Feb. 1".
Whntover Frank M. Hyatt and other
Indicted union officials hnvo said In
their ofllco about tho dynamite con- Volco: "fly fho way, Is McNama
sptracy slnco Inst October Is alleged rn's plcturo In ihls group?"
to havo been learned by tho govern- Voice; "la i your Idch tho govern
ment through a dictagraph discovered ment will pay tho expenso of these
today In tho headquarters of tho In-, men coming to Indianapolis on March
ternntlonal Association or Urldgo nhd
Structural Iron WofkcrB.
The dictagraph, hidden under a
draw in the desk about which Ityan,
tho president; Herbert S. Hockin, the
secretur.v-lreasurcr, dnd J. T. Duller,
first vice president, and other olllclnts
confened concerning their defense
and pleas, Is satd to have enabled two
government stenographers In n room
below to tnko dally reports of the
Tho iiso or tho dictagraph was' dis
closed today when the government de
cided it was no longer or vnlile, be
cause a w-oman cleric In Hyatt's ofllco
was heard to say;
"Well, 1 supposo they aro hoarlng
now whatever we say."
That, with statements by nyan,
convinced District Attorney Clarence
Nichols that tho dictagraph no longer
The discovery of tho dictagraph
followed soon after the government
had received Intimations that some of
th'o defendants wcro ready "to tell all
About District Attornoy Charles W.
Millers oIDco It was said "something
had been expected," but Miller ilo
cllned to say what It was.
Works for Months.
Miller said tho dictagraph had
worked satisfactorily for months nud
many volumes of stenographic notca
Had iiecn taken and would be used nt
the trials. Tho Instrument was still
working today, when tho following
Woniuns volco; "I wnndor If Ihoso
wlroB go to the Jail and whether they
aio listening now?"
volco; "I supposo so. I wish I
could find out where tllo sounding
Hockin; "Say, nyan, do you know
wnat n dictagraph looks like?"
Hyan: "It's about ns big as a hat,
i -am told, hut I novor saw one."
iiocKin; "i near thero Is ono on
exhibition In this city, and I bellovo
J will go and tako n look at It." Aftor
that Nichols said ho had no doubt that
Hyan knew or the dictagraph,
As further showing tho operation of
tho dictagraph, Nichols gave out u
samplo of the conversation known to
have taken place last Wodnesday'soou
niter tho arrests were mado.
Hockin: "Oo right In, boys. I'll bq
thote In it minute."
Volco (evidently rcKrtor): "Will
all theso men ho able to get bond?''
Hockin: "Wo bone so. hut w hnvn
no iiiouoy to furnish."
As Hod Is my witness, evety line I
have written Is (ho whole truth, and
'I ho arid pray that jou will 'betlctc
and do something Immediately to to
lleve me from n situation that Is mad
dening. Very truly yours, ."
Made Part of the Evidence.
A letter from Oen. Whipple to Mr.
, In which the latter was Informed
that his request for n change of sta
tion could not bo granted, because for
the (loticral to take the Initiative In
the matter Would be violating tho
principle of paragraph 424 of the Ar
my manual, was read Into the evi
dence. Other letters showing that
tho charges had been directed to Mn
Jor Hay's attention nhd that he had
di'ntcd tlmiii Were also read. A let
ter written by Hrlg. Hen. A. I.. Mills,
commanding tho Department of tho
flulf. was made a lrtirt of the evi
dence. It follows;
"(A. 0. O. D1728)
"Headquarters Department of tho
Atlanta, Cla., Sept. .1, 1910.
"MaJ. Ueechcr II. Hay, Paymaster, U.
H. Army, Atlanta, On.
"Sir: I nntf directed by the Chief
of Staff or tho Army to Inform you
that Implitntlnns against you have
been made to the Paymaster Oencr.il
In the form of reportR alleging Illicit
relations between you and Mrs. ,
the wile of Mr. .
"These reports aro of such gravity
as to call In question your character
ns an officer and a gentleman, for. If
the allegations should bo true, yo.it'
conduct should bo characterized .hu
reprehensible and deserving or tho
"Should you ileslro to lake steps to
clear your record .of these Imputa
tions, you will be afforded every fa
cility to thut end within Iny imwor.
In tho absence, however, of such
effort for vindication. It is my duty
to admonish you as to the future,
vhllo jinder my command, that any
iniscoiitiuci ns an omcer on your pari
will not be treated with Impunity. ,
"Acknowledgment, In writing, of
tho receipt of this communication Is
desired Very respectfully,
"A. I,. MH.I.S,
"Ilrlg. Oen., U. S. A Comdg,
Tho committee has taken no action
In the enso as jet.
Voice; "How much money Is thero
In tho Cincinnati workers' treasury?"
Hdckln: "About J20.0u0, I think."
12 for arraignment!
Hockin: "Well, now, that uts n'l
Idea into my head; I hadn't thought
about It, It beats tho devil how
thcio aro so many things .to think.
about. It seems the government
Hyan wns then told there was n
dictagraph in his office. Ho consent
ed to hnvo his Infmmnnt search his
An examination of Ryan's desk ex
posed tile annunciator of tho 'appara
tus hanging by its wlic's against the
back wall of tllo desk, directly beneath,
the top. Disconnected, he nnn'ilncla
tdr whs slioVn'to Hyan and then car
"What Ho fyou think about thnt?'
said Hyan. "How did they get It In
When tnld that records had been
taken of 'conversations in tho office
slnco Inst October, Hynn said tho gov
ernment must have a transcript of
many consultations between officials
of the union on the subject of tho In
vestlgntlou of the dynamite consplr
The wires rrom tho dictagraph ntii
nuuclator ran from tho back of Hy
nn's 'desk tHrough (ho floor nnd Into
a room tieiow routed by tho govern
ment. Hero sat every 'day two sto
nogrnpllorg under tho direction 'of
nbw'land Evans, stenographer for the
I'Cdernl Court, with the receiving ap
pniatus at their care, Tho Rtcnogrn
pliers worked In relays except nt such
times whon It wns desired to tako a
double -record for' corroboration,
Holh nyan and Hockin said they
wcio amazed that a dictagraph 'nnd
been In operation In' ihd'hmco.'thoudli
they had Seculatcd on tho possibility
or such an arrangement by tho 'Feder
"They aro welcdmo to anything I
havo said," said Hockin. "Noh'o ot
my conversations had been Incrlml
nntlng, because 'I havo doho nothing;
wrong. I dbf suspect some onvesilronJ
plug scheme, lrtit my first thought, 'tons'
that our telephone wires might hnvo
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature or CjtMjfffl.tc4&t:
Tl Y1V)I M ITFBS' SFfRFTS
(.following appeared In every San
Francisco dnlly on Feb. 13, 1911.)
We Invite you to Inepeet a reepvery.
that Is now In process on Clay street,'
In n case of chrnnla Parenchymatous
Nephritis Involving 'chronic nlbumenll-'
rla nnd general dropsy. '
This case will Interest you. because
It was carefully diagnosed by special-
Ists at one of our best hospitals. Pa
tient had been tapped twice nnd par-.
ems uuiincu mm recovery whb iiiuiui
slble. An operation (decapsullng the
kidney) was advised, but ns no nssiir-l
nnce could bn given that nny results
could be hoped for the parents accept-,
ed the Inevitable nnd took the patient
home to die, Ilcfore leaving the city
they decided to make ono more effort.
A physician was called in who put
the patient on Fulton.' Ilenal Com
pound, aiding it with heart, tonic and
ellmlnntlve treatment. The sixth day
results began to show. At this writing.
CO days 'later, tiro albumen Is nearly
gone, the dropsy completely so tile pn-
J tlent Is 'playing about tho room Vind
the attending physician believes ho will
be ready to be taken honic in another
The case having beeh carefully dl
ngnnscd by some of the be'st prdfes
Mrinnl tnlent In this city and In one of
the best hospitals nnd recovery being
theoetlcnlfy Impossible, the actual re
covery that Is nntv In process 'should
Interest those who still believe In tho
Incurability of chronic llrlght's disease
and particularly' physicians nliiil hos
pitals who hnvo patients slowly suc
vuriililhg tinder the old methods. Tho
pbyslclnn 'In charge will make on np
polntnicnt with nnd meet physicians
who. may be Interested,
JOHN J. Fl't.TON CO.,
r,tr, Itattery St., Ran Francisco.
Fulton's 'Hennl Compound can be
had nt nil druggists'
Send for literature to our San'Frah-
Sealed tenders will be 'received by
the Knunl Loan Fund Commission up
to 12 in. of Wednesday, March 20, 1912,
for constructing tho Hnnnpepo School.
All tenders 'to be addressed to Mr.1
II. 1. Wlshord, Vlcc-Cbalrmnn of tho
Knunl Loan Fund Commission, I.lhue,
Kilunl, nt Whoso oiltce copies U plans,'
specifications and proposal blanks rhay
Copies Of plans, specifications nnd
proposnls nre ulso on tllo In the dilkV
Of lllpley & Ueyuulds, architects, Ilo-i
ton liulldhig, Honolulu.
The Kauai Loan Fund Commission
reseres tho. rlgb( to reject any und nil,
Chnlrmnn, Kauai Loan Fund Commis
sion. March 1, ipi2. G174-10t;
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up to 12 noon of Tucsdny, March 19,
1912, for tho construction nnd re-location
of Knnawnlk'aala llo'a'd, l'upu-uken-Pniimlilii
Hoinestends, 'in Koo
Plans, specifications nnd blank forms
for proposal nro on tllo In the ottlce
of the Superintendent of. 'public
Works, Capitol Ilulldlng. Honolulu.
The Superintendent of Public Works
resirves the right to reject nny or nil
'Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March B, 1912.
Lots of from 6 to 11 acres In the
village of MAKAWAO, Maul, suitable
for grnpa culture, general farming, eto.
Theso lots will bo sold by auction nt
1 p. m. on Saturday, March 9, 1912, In
front of the Roman Catholla Church,
Terms; One-half cash, the balance
ut 1 nnd 2 years with Interest ut 7,
lty order of
IIAl.DAKAirA RANCH CO,
B1B7 Mar 8 Irio
DO IT NOW.
Bend to the UnltVd Tailors nnd havo
your suits cleaned, pressed find re
paired. Altered If neiessary. Prompt
and pcrronnrnttchlloh 'given to nil or
ders. Tel. 3990. KnptOlnnl building.
WM. E. MILE8
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
.112 Stanganwald Building
W. C. Mi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, f, H.
P. O. Box 80
II u 1 1 e 1 1 u Waut Ads will Uud It
HIQH SHERIFF'S 8ALE NOTICE.
Under nrt'd by Vlrt'lie Of "n certain
Writ of 'r.xecu'tlotf' funded by' the 'Hon
orable Vfin.'U 'W'liltney. Becoml Jlldgo
of the circuit, Court of 'the First Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, bn the 8th
day of Febrtlary, "A. D. 112, in "tlui
matter of Julia II. Mney, Plaintiff, vs.
C, F. Peterson, Defendant, 101 tllo sum
of Right Hundred Eighty-nine nid Gft
100 (188!.f0) "Dollars', '1 dld'dn'the'stli
day of February, A. b. 'l12, 'make a
demand on C. F. Peterson, therein
named ns dcifciida'ht.,' fbr 'payment of
snld Juilginentl''Kii 'stlitcd ''nbove, nnd
having failed to comply with such de
mand to .pay snld Judgment, I did, on
the 21st day of February., A. D. 1912,
levy upon nnd shnll offer and exposo
for sale nnd sell nt public auction to
tiie highest bidder the property herein
after referred to, 'to satisfy the said
Writ of Kxecutldn, nt'tlic City Auction
Itooms, Iti'tliel street, Honolulu, City
nnd County gf lotinlulu, Territory of
Hawaii, nl 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
the 23rd day of Mnrcli, A. "D. 1912, nil
of the right, title nnd Interest of the
snld C. F. Peterson, therein nntned ns
defendant, In nnd to the following do-,
scribed property, unless the sum duo
under snld SEVrlt'ofTIxecutlon, together
With 'Interest, cosM nnd 'my fee nnd
expenses, nre prWlojisly paid.
PROPERTY TO BE 80LD.
.All of the right, title nnd Interest
of the snld C. F. Peterson In nnd to
those certnln premises situate ht Ke
walo. in said Honolulu, 'being nil of
Lots 22 arid '23 In Block 8 of tho Ke
wnlo Tract, and the pnmo conveyed to
C. F. 'Peterson by deed of 'lloslpn An-'
toiiUV.1, dated XoVCMber 'c. "1897, 're-'
corded In tho Ilnwnllnn Registry of
Conveyance in I.lbcr 172, pages 4GC-7.
Terms! Cash In United Stntes gold
Dated, Honolulu, City nnd County of
Honolulu, Terrltoy of Hawaii, this
21st day (if February, A. D. 1912,
I WM. HKNHY,
High fiherlfr. Territory of Hawaii.
ClC Feb 21; Mar G. 12
Notice Is hereby given that at the
annual meeting of the Honolulu Rapid
Transit mid Land Company, held on
tllu lBth 'day "of 'Februnry, 1912, tho
I'oliowlnc directors were elected to
servo for the ensuing year: I T. Peck,
1.. A. Thurston, Q. P. Castle, C. II.
Atherton. A. I.. Castle, C, a. Ilallen-
tyne, Richard Ivers, CI. N. Wilcox nnd
W. It. Castle; nnd thnt nt a regular
meeting of the directors of said com
pa,ny, held tho same day, the following
olftcers were appointed lo servo dur
ing the coming year:
U T. Feck ., PresbUnt
I.. A. Thurston., First Vice-President
(1. P. Castle.. Second Vice-President
C. 11. Atherton .....Treasurer
,. I.. Cnstlo Secretary
W. tit- araham ., Auditor
AI.FRKD I CA8TLK,
Secretory, II. R. T. & U. Co,
Honolulu, March 7, 1912.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Inttr-'ltland Sttam "Navigation Com
Af tl.n nnniml mnadni. nt tlin atnrW.
. ... . .... ...... i c u f
IIOUKTH Ol (HO llllt'I-lSIUIIU OIC1H1I tlU,-,
Igntlon Co.. Ltd.. held nt the office of
the company on February '23, 1912, tho'
following directors were elected to
serve for 'the ensuing year: ,
0. N. Wilcox, A. S. Wilcox, W. O.
Smith. J. M. Dowsctt, Cecil 'Drown, C;
II. Coike, James ',A. Kennedy.
At n subsequent meeting of tho Hoard
of Directors, the following otllcers were
elected to serve fqr the ensuing year:)
James A. Kennedy President
JnmcH I McLean .Vico-Presldcnt!
Norman K. Gedgo
Treasurer and Becretary
7.0 no K. Myers Auditor
NORMAN K. OEDan.
February 23, 1912. B109-2W
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
Hawaii Produce Company, Limited.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Hawaii Produce Com
pany, Ltd., held In Honolulu on Jan
uary 2B, 1912, the following directors
were elected to servo for the ensuing
year: Al. Kawnhara, D, Yonekura, T.
Sumlda, W. Motoshlgo and A. K.',
Tho following otllcers were subse
quently elected by the Board of Di
rectors to servo for the ensuing year;
M. Kawnharn President
D. Yonekura ..., Vice-President
A. K, Ozawn Secretary
T, BUmlda , Treasurer
W, Motoshlgo .Auditor
(Signed) A. 1C. OZAWA,
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
house "fUrNioHinq doobs
IN THK UNITED STATES DIS-
TniCT COURT FOR THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
fHE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vs. PEPEEKEO
SUGAR COMPANY,, et al De
fendants, Action brought lu
said District Court, and the
'Petition filed In the office of
tho Clerk of said District Court,
TilB PRESIDENT OF THE, UNITED
I'EFEEKEO SUOAR COMPANY, a
corporation existing under and
by virtue of the laws of the Ter
ritory ot Hawaii: LEE HONQ:
JOHN LEE 'HON'a, JAMES LEE
HONG, MARY LEE HONU and
SARAH LEE HONQ, unknown
heirs at law ot LEE HONQ, do
ceased; ANNIE AKONO; WIL
"LIAM AKONO, HENRY AKONO,
LUCY AKONO and JANE
AKONO, unknown heirs at law
ot MARY AKONO, deceased
JULIA H. AKONO; EMMELINE
M. MAQOON; MARIE K. HUM
PHREYS; JULIA JOHNSTONE;
CAROLINE U. ,R100S; MARY
CATHERINE AFONO; ALICE
LILIAN HUTCHINSON; HELEN
0. HENSHALL; MARTHA M.
DOUGHERTY; HENRIETTA P.
11URNS; NANCY L. McSTOCK
ER; BEATRICE MELA1NE
JJREWSTEH; ANTHONY C.
AFONO; .ALBERT V. AFONU;
ABRAM II. AFONO; All SHEU
AFONO; CHARLES AFONO,
THOMAS AKONO,' CLARA
AFONO and HOSE AFONO, un
' known heirs at law ot AH LINO
AFONO, deceased; and JAMES
BROWN, JOHN BLACK. HEN
RY WHITE. OEOROE BMIT1I,
MARY JONES, M ARO A RET
MILLS, HELEN II ILO and
MARTHA KONA, unknown own
ers nnd claimants.
You aro hereby directed to nppear
nnd answer tho Petition In an actlou
entitled as above, brought against you
In tho United Sttttes District ourt,
for the Territory 'of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and utter Borvlco
upon you ot a certified copy ot Plain'
tiff's Petition heroin, together with n
certified copy ot this Summons.
And you aro hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer as
abovo required, the said Plaintiff will
take. Judgment of condemnation 'of the
lands described In the Petition heroin
and for auy other relief demanded In
the Petition. i
WITNESS THE HONORABLE SAN
FORD B. DOLE and THE 'HONOR
ABLE CHAIl'LKS 'F. CLEMONS,
Judges ot said District 'Court, 'this
25th 'day of October, In tho year df
our Lord ono thousand nlno hundred
and eleven arid ot 'the 'independence
of the United States the one hundred
(Signed). A. E. MURPHY,
"No. '79. UNITED STATES DIS
TRICT COURT, for the Terrl-
tory or Hawaii. THE UNITED
'STATES -OF AMERICA vs. PE
PEEKEO SUGAR COMPANY ct
nl. SUMMONS. ROBERT W,
BRECKONS, United States At
TIIE UNITED STATES OF
Territory of Hawaii, ,
City of Honolulu. ss.
I, A. E. MURPHY; Clerk of tho
United States District Court for the
Territory and District ot Hawaii, do
hereby 'certify the foregoing 'to be a
full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons in the case ot TIIE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs.
PEPEEKEO SUOAU COMPANY ef
al., "as 'the same 'remains of 'record
and 'on file In the ofllco of the 'Clerk
of said 'District Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto set 'my 'hand and ulllx'ed 'the
seal of said District Court this 'ftth
day ot November, A. D. 1911.
A. E. MURPHY
Clerk of United States DIs
(Seal) trlct Court, Territory of
By V. L. DAVIS,
6086 3m lid
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PAUA1II STHEUT, NIMH NUUANU
With UA J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THi
FIR8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Itn
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDINQ TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Mnrston Campbell, Bupcrlnicnueni
of Public Works, Plaintiff nnd Pell
tldncr, vs. ISABELLA II. WOODS;
PALMER PARKER WOODS nnd
MOLLIE AVOODS, Ills wife; MARY
Alice bluett 'and p. w. p.
BLUETT, her husband; JAMES
'FRANK WOODS and EVA WOODS.
h(s wife; SAMUEL PARKER
WOODS and ROSE WOODS, his
Wife; MABEL ROBERTSON BECK
LEY anil HDNnY BECKLEY, her
husband; MAUD WOODS! 'LUCY
WOODS; R. W. SHINGLE. ERNEST
WODEIIOUSB nnd ALLEN W. T.
DOTTOMI.EY, Trustees under th
Will of Jumes Wight, debased;
KOHALA RANCH COMPANY, LIM
ITED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal oillce at 1'uuhue,
District of Kohala, Island nnd Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MARY
DOE and RICHARD DOE. Unknown
owners and claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE 'IIIOH SHERIFF of the
Territory 'of 'Hnwall, or his Dip
uiy: YOU, ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon ISABELLA II. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS nnd MOLI.llO
WOODS, bis Wife; MARY ALICE
ilEUETT nnd P. W. P. BLUETT, her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL'
PARKER WOODS nnd ROSE WOODS,
his wlfo; MAdEL ROBERTSON
BECKLEY nnd iIENRY nECKLHY.
her liu'sbn'n'd; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
Wood's; r. w. shingle, ernest
WO'OEHOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
DOTTO'm'i.'EY, Trustees under the Will
it Jnmes Vliiht, defenscd; KOHALA
RA'NCiI COMPANY, LIMITED, iin
Hawaiian Corporation havInK lt prin
cipal olllcc nt Puuhue, District' of Ko
hnln, Island and Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE and RICII
ARD'DOE, unknown owners and claim
ants, defendants, In caso'they shall nle
Written answer within twenty dn'ys nf ter
service hereof to be nnd nppear before
the said Circuit Court at tho term
thereof pending 'Immediately after the
expiration of twenty duys after aer-
vlco hereof; provided, however, If no
term bo pending- at such time, then to
be and appear before tho said Cir
cuit Court at the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit,' the January 1912 Term
thereof, to be holden ut the City unit
County of Honolulu, on Monday, tho
elRhth day of January next,' nt '10
o'clock h. m., lo show cnuse'why Judg-
nicnfofi condemnation of the lands de
scribed In the 'petition herein and for -such
other relief demanded In tho pe
tition should not bo uwarded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to the
tenor of Its nnnexed petition.
And hnvo you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceedings
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judga of the Circuit Court of the First
Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
day of February, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
(Seal) " clerk.
L. 7276. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Circuit, Territory, of Ha
waii. The Territory of Hawaii by
Mnrstoti Campbell, Superintendent of
Public' Works, Plnlnllff and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella 'H. Woods et al Defend
ants and Respondents, Petition. Filed
dnd Issued 'February 11, 1911, ut 10:B8
a. ru. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed ht 1:30 o'clock p. in., Ap'rll 13, '1911,
Robert Parker, Jr.. A'sst. Clerk. Orig
inal, Territory of Hawaii. ) 4
City nnd 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 be a full, true und correct
copy ot the original summons In the
cuso of Territory of Hawaii by Mnr
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
llo Works, vs. Isabella II, Woods et
ill., ns tho samo remains of record and
on file In the otllco of the Clerk of said
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto st my hand and u'rtlxed th
seul of suld Court this 21st day ot
(SenI HENRY SMITH.
Clerk, Circuit Court of tho First Ju
dicial Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
Alexander Lindsay, Jr.. Attorney
aeneral, uud Arthur O. Smith, Deputy
Attorney acnerul, for tho Petitioner.
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