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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1914
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Continued from page 3.
-'Two merchantmen struck mines yesterday, one off Cruxhavcn.
- British vessels have captured two German merchantmen.
MONTENEGRO JOINS ISSUE
Vienna Montenegro has informed the Austrian minister that she
considers herself at war with Austria.
M AURETANI A A CRUISER
Halifax The great liner Mauretania will be transformed into a
AUSTRIAN vSEEKS COVER
Rome The Austrian warship Taurus has taken refuge in Brindisi.
NAVY CONTROLS WIRELESS,
Honolulu The navy department of the United States now controls
the wireless telegraph in the Territory of Hawaii and is maintaining a
strict censorship on messages sent away from the Islands.
SUGAR EXCITES THE COAST.
s San Francisco The sensational advance in the price of sugar has
caused great excitement on 'Change here. There seems to be no im
mediate prospect of a return ot prices to normal.
Tokio British, French and German reservists left on the Korea.
LIEGE TAKEN BY GERMANS.
London. August 7 (Friday afternoon) After hours of fierce fight
ing the Germans occupied Liege today.
Brussels Hostilities lasted 24 hours before Liege fell to Germans.
A statement has been issued admitting the loss of 25,000 men in the
day's assault on the Liege fortress.
MEDITERRANEAN RUMOR CANARD.
London The German cruisers reported as having been captured
by the French in the Mediterranean on August 5 arrived at Sicilly and
put to sea on expiration of 24 hours time limit.
Honolulu -The nominations of Ashford and Tidings to judgeships
have been confirmed by the United States Senate.
WOODS TO BUCK M'CANDLESS.
.Senator Palmer 1'. Wood?, of Hawaii, lias announced himself as
a candidate for Delegate in Congress. ''Bert" Rivenberg, former sec
retary to the mayor and now keeper of Kapiolani Park - Democratic
leader - has been appointed campaign manager for Woods.
CARNIVAL MAY BIv POSTPONED
War conditions in Europe may be the cause of postponing the
Mid Pacific Carnival indefinitely. Bids for printing Carnival litera
ture have been returned unopened to the bidders.
COURTS SHOW RESPECT.
The courts adjourned yesterday out of respect to the President
and in memory of the late Mrs, Woodrow Wilson.
- The leport is current that the S. S. Siberia is in danger from
Friday, August 7.
Sugar: Raws, 4.10 1-2; beets, 3.46. A phenomenal rise in
raw sugar took place late yesterday afternoon.
Honolulu All German reservists tn Hawaii have been ordered to
hold themselves in readiness until transportation can be secured.
It is figured here that the big rise in sugar will add $2,700,000
to the value of the unshipped balance of Hawaii's crop
FIGHTING IN THE ORmNT.
Manila Authentic reports received here this morning announce
that the German squadron mobilizing at Tsing Tan is being attacked
by the British.
GERMAN CAPTURES RUSSIAN.
Report form Tokio savs that German war vessels yesterday cap
tured u ship of the Russian volunteer fleet in the Far Piast.
2,000 KILLED IN EXPLOSION.
Brussels One entire battalion of Germans was wiped out when
the Belgians exploded a mine before Liege. More than 2,000 officers
and men were killed.
JAPAN SENDING TROOPS.
Shanghai Japan has announced that she will send a fleet ami 10
000 soldiers to attack the German position at Isien lau, and 10,000
more men to releive '.he British positions at Tien Tsin and Peking.
GERMANS BOMBARD RUSSIANS.
London The liner Kaiser WilLelm der Grosse. it is reported, has
been turned into a commerce destroyer. The bombardment of the Rns
siau fortifications at Havtborg bv the German Baltic squadron is re
ported as under way.
THE WAR IN AUSTRIA.
Vienna Formal declaration of war declared by Austria against
Russia, followed by the Russian ambassador being handed his pass
ports. The Austrian attack on Belgrade (S.'rvia) was resumed vestei -day.
The previous report of the capture of the .Servian capital by the
Austrians has proved incorrect
CANADIANS GET EXCITED.
Winncpeg, Canada Aroused by patriotic speeches, a mob last
night stormed the Austrian consulate and German club. Much damage
was done before the mob could be dispersed bv the police.
Paris A French niin planting ship yesterday captured and tow
ed to Cherbourg a five-thousand ton steamer.
THE KAISER ISSUES CALL.
Berlin Tne Emperor has issued a call to all Germans capable of
bearing anus to rally to fight for the Fatherland.
AMERICAN SHIPS ON PACIFIC
New Yoik The Pacific Mail and American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company will keep their ships on the Pacific.
DISCOUNT RATE IS REDUCED
-The Bank of England announces a reduction iu the discount
rate from ten to six per cent.
MRS WOODROW WILSON DEAD
- -Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the president, died yesterday p.
AMERICAN ARTIST ARRESTED.
Sui. derland- Henry Aaron Mattes, an American artist, was ar
rested todav on suspicion of being a spy. Case remanded for one week.
HONOLULU GENERAL NEWS.
Honolulu--Twenty nine member of the Chamber of Commerce
rgani.id a trades association vesterday.
--'1 he Inter-Island S. N. Co. reports a shortage in the coal sup
ply. Thuisday, August 6
Honolulu F li. Davis K: Company, wholesale commission mer
chants, have been forced into bankitiptcy by mainland creditors. Davis
has gone to the mainland
- The Pacific Mail has decided to cut Manila out of its route on
account of lack of business'.
-Robert Horner, capitalist, will !,e a candidate on the Republican
ticket for supervisor.
The CharU-s A. Rice meeting in Thomas square last night was a
monster affair and enthusiasm ran high " ""
BULL MOOSE VOTES
Honolulu. August 5 The first
meeting of the Territorial Central
Co.nniiitee of th Progressive par
ty has been celled for Tuesday, Au
gust 11, at which meeting the
chairman, secretary a:.d treasurer
will be elected, and the provisional
committee, w hich hitherto has con
ducted the affairs o f the party
will be dissolved.
Although a few precincts have
not ye t cast their votes for the ter
ritorial central committeemen their
ballots will be received and count
ed up to the date of the meeting,
and it is not likely that there will
beanv change in the following list,
who are apparently elected:
Oahu: A. L- C. Atkinson, Ho
ward M. Bailou, David Knlauoka
lani.Sr. and J, U. Joseph, Hawaii:
T. Guard, Ililo: Chas. Kauhailiao,
Hamakua; Geo. P, Kamauoha,
Kona. Maui: Thuiston S. Hinck
ley, Haiku, and William Helming,
Kauai is entitled to one member,
but sufficient votes have not yet
been received to warramt the an
nouncement of any name.
A Bridge Party
Mrs. Booge, Sr., Mrs Booge,
Jr., and Miss Booge were hostesses
a t a prettily appointed ladies'
bridge partv at the Hotel Fairview
last Wednesdr y evening.
E malamaia ana ka Halawai Ma
kahiki o ka Hui Kuai Aina o Wai
niha, Kauai ma ka la 24 o Septem
ber 1914 hora 10 a.m. A ke kau
oha ia aku nei na poe apau i loaa
he kuleana iloko o ka Hui i oleloia
nialuna ae E"hiki kino mai lakou
ma ko lakou keena man ma Wai
niha, Kalana o Kauai T. II.
James K. Apolo, Peresidena,
H. K. A. o Wainiha, Kauai.
Kapaa, Kauai Aug. 1 1914,
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86 KING STREETU" H0N0LULUJ.il.
E malamaia iaana ka Halawai o
ka Hui Kuai Aina o Haena, Kau
ai ma ka la 25 o September 1914
hora 10 a. m. A ke kauoha ia
aku nei na poe apau i loaa he ku
leana oiaio ko lakou iloko o ka
Hui i olelo ia nialuna ae. V, hiki
kino mai lakou ma ke Keena Oi
hana o ka Hui o Wainiha ma ka
nianawa i oleloia nialuna ae.
James K. Apolo, Peresidena,
II. K. A. o Haena. Kauai.
Kapaa, Kauai Aug. 1 1914.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
has received a large quantity
of vegetable and melon seeds
from Washington for free
distribution to small farmers
and gardeners of Kauai.
These seeds will be cheer
fully supplied to growers
who may send or call at this
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Dealers in I
(Hay, Grain and Ciiickkn
Sole Agents for I
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TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., I
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We meet the season half way.
The multitude of big and little cases
piling in upon us proclaims in unmis
takable fashion that we are ready for
business if business is ready for us
The ovation received by our recent
arrivals nerves us to new efforts. Hereafter, as hereto
fore, our aim will be to supply and satisfy every want
J of the million and millionaire.
I We will shortly move into our new quarters on Hotel
St. in the meantime your orders will get our usual
1 cateful attention and be charged at the prevailing
I clearance sale prices.
! TV. 5. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
I The steamer HeLne, making a Parcels post from all parts of tne
; special trip, sailed from Ahukiui j United Suites ( including the L'a
last Thuisday afternoon, with a waiian I: lands) to France and
I full load of sugar., for Honolulu. ' Germany has 1 ecu suspended.