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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914
HATTLE IN THE ORIENT '
Shanghae - Two four-funnelled wnrsliips in badly damaged condi
tion, carrying many wounded, arrived nt Hongkong yesterday. He
lieved they may lie the Hi itish warships Minosatir and Hampshire, or
the French men-of-war Duplex and Montcalm. It is reported that
they had engagement with the German cruisers Scharnhost and Guei
senan. RUNNING FIGHT ON ATLANTIC
Halifax German cruiser Karlsruhe, fled from Uritish cruiser
Suffolk which surprised her while coaling from the Kronprinz Wilhelm
off Ik-rmuda today. Suffolk pursued and engaged with her in a run
ning fight, until she was outdistanced, when she wirelessed to liritish
cruiseis Bristol and P.etwick. The latter pursued the Kronprinz Wil
helm, without overtaking her. Hristol caught up with Karlsruhe and
the two engaged in exciting race through heavy seas firing heavy broad
sides until the German finally pulled away for San Juan for coal. No
damage to ships as far as reported.
GERMAN SUITS INTERNED-
London Dispatch from Constantinople says that the German
ships Goebel and Hreslau have arrived at the Dardanelles dismantled
and fixing the Turkish Hag, and it is believed they have been interned
with the Turkish government, rather than run the risk of loss in a
The government has notified shipj ;rg that the Atlantic is safe tor
British vessels. German cauisers are 1 eing driven off traffic lints.
Shipowners are being urged to begin n. tilar business.
May be no scarcity in food supplies. Number of vessels arrived yes
terday from Norwegian ports with supplies. This is indication that
North Sea is free from danger.
ITALIANS WOULD ARBITRATE.
Rome- -The Italian Ambassador is returning to Washington with
instructions to co-operate with President Wilson in offer of mediation.
A STR ANGE RETORT.
London -The main German army is now employed in attempting
invasion of France through Belgium.
The German army invasion south and west of Liege is reported
to be in a desperate p'.ight. Officers picked up on the field were found
to have raw potatoes in their pockets, indicating only food available.
Soldiers have left the ranks to dig turnips and potatoes in the fields.
Horses have starved to death.
CAPTURES BY RUSSIANS.
St. Petersburg Seventy-three German and twelve Austrian ves
sels have been seized by Russia.
INVESTIGATE HIGH PRICES. 1
San Francisco Federal grand jury is to be summoned to investi
gate the rise in prices of foodstuffs.
The Japanese cruiser Idztima. on way north from Mazatlan, under
orders to rejoin the home fleet, wirelessed that she would put into this
port lor oil.
WILSON AFTER HIGH PRICES.
Washington The Attorney-General of the United States has been
directed by President Wilson to inquire into the causes of the advanc
ed price on foodstuffs.
MORE SUBMARINES COMING.
San Frinciseo The cruisers South Dakota and West Virginia
have received orders to sail for Honolulu with sub-marines Saturday.
The T. K. K. Tenyo Marti will be laid up here several weeks for
repairs to machinery.
WILL OPPOSE PRESIDENT.
Washington There will be opposition in the Senate to the emer
gency shipping bill proposed by the President, m which foreign built!
ships were to be allowed American registry.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON'S REPORT.
.Siiangliae iecause Japanese liner Nnkoku Maru disregarded the
port regulations, even after emphatic warning, the British forts shelled
and disabled her.
uunuuu -uuci mucin uige uiai commerce on tne Atlantic oe re
sinned, guaranteeing adequate protection. North Sea is still closed be
cause thickly mined. German oil tank "Leda," valued quarter million
Paris--Official bulletin war office desciibes two days lighting be
tweeu I'lench and dermaiis on Alsace Lorraine borders, fighting con
centrating at Moussen. north of Nancv. Encounter began Auuust 11.
Superior German force attacked t,o French battalions. French retreat
ed, and reinforced over night, gaining so much strength they stopped
retreat and assumed oileusive, backed by good support. French artil
lery which, is claimed proved superior to that of enemy, Germans re
treated precipitately. Left dead and wounded, including batterv artil
lery, tliree macinne guns, several loads ammunition on field. Entire
German forces have retired.
London Twenty-five of Germany's twenty-nine army corps have
been located by observers. Main bulk massed between Liege and
m ussels- l'irst big pitched battle between Germans and Belgians
iought yesterday near Uiest. Oermans lost about 3,000. In space 50
re 2D0 bodies counted.
Mr. Rice To Maui
W. II. Rice, Sr.. left Saturday
afternoon for Maui, it being his
inUutio.i to accompany Charles
A. Rice on the hitter's stumping
tour of that island.
Optical Man Coming.
Mr. T. C. Boylan of the Stan
Uard Optical Co. of Honolulu, will
be at the Waimea Hotel on Wed
nesday. August 19th., Faitview
Hotel, Liliue, on Thursday, Aug
mil. "M f.... i . v
twui., iiaucs oray s, Kapaa, on
Friday, August 21st,, and Kealia
Store Saturday. Aug. 22nd A
his time wiil be limited, it woul
nt advisable tor those desiring to
sie him to either telephone or write
to the different places mentioned
and the telephone or written con
UHinication received by him will
receive immediate attention.
A ZEROLENE lubricani
for Every Moid Need
The Standard Oil for Motor Cars.
For use where a heavy oil is desired.
For Ford Cars.
ZEROLENE Transmission Lubricant "A"
An Oil heavy bodied.
ZEROLENE Transmission Lubricant "BB"
A Grease semi-fluid.
ZEROLENE Transmission Lubricant "BBB"
A Grease heavier than "JJB"
ZEROLENE Cup Greaoe
For Grease Cups, etc.
ZEROLENE Fibre Grease
For use where a fibrous grease is desired.
Standard Oil Company
APPLE DOTTED SILK FOR THE SUMMER GIRL.
Apples are high in Fashion's regard just now.
1 1 1 (X..
They trim summer hats and adorn the new suicen ami crepe snm ii
dainty gowns. Here is a Palm Beach frock recently made up, of mod
. . - i n....A.,;..n1 nr,rlc iti lmrlps of nink
ern art taneta prinieu over wnu luiiiihuu..... -- -
and pale yellow. 'each apple having a stem and two green leaves, I lie
skirt drapery shows the new lifted-at the back effect and the huge
bow poised at the waistline is exceedingly sm rt. A leghorn nat ana
dancing boot;? accompany the pretty gown.
limalamaia ana ka Halawai Ma
kahiki o ka Hui Kuai Aina o Wai
niha, Kauai ma ka la 30 o Septem
ber 1914 hora 10a.m. A ke kau
oha ia aku nei na poe . apau i lon:i
he knleana iloko o ka Hui i oleloi.
maluna ae IC hiki kino mai lakou
ma ko lakou keena maiinia Wa i
niha, Kalaua o Kauai T. H.
James K. Apolo, Pen sidena,
H. K. A. o Wainiha, Kauai.
Kapaa, Kauai Aug. 1 1914,
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., Lm
74 QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU
0(BI(1HT MAURI A EWINO, WASH,
('liuimuin Adauisoii, of House (.'niu
inittee on Interstate Coninicrce.
F?.ssoth Files Papers
The papers of John Fassoth,
candidate on the Republican licktl
fur the House of Representatives,
were filed at Honolulu on the 10th
San Carlos Sells
.lu.'.i' II. I. Ni'wIU-, wlm-e 1 1 n i uliiv
;it l i 1 1 1 1 i't va a i ct.ii'ular inriili'iit I
1'ivHilrai Wil mi's vacaliuii last WintiT.
San Carlos s'igar plantation, in
the Pliilitpi!ies. most of the stock
of which is held in the Hawaiian
Islands, has made a deal for the
sale of most of its present crop at
5.25. The news, which has pleas
ed the stockholders, reached the
islands a few days ago.
Adjutant and Mrs. Tiinniennan,
of the Salvation Army, have re
ceived orders to relingtrsh com
mand of the Koloa Corps on Au
gust 23 and proceed to Honolul to
take charge of the English speak
ing corps there. They desire to
thank the friends of the Army for
their many kindnesses during the
past year. Captain and Mrs. Fe
lLia::o. their successors, will arrive
September i .
A Japanese working for the con
tractors iiithe new Koloa ditch
blew himself up with giant powder
!art Tuesday, losing both of his
He was rushed to the Lihue hos
pital where he was given prompt
Fassoth Comes Out
E malamaia iaana ka Halawai o
ka Hui Kuai Aina o Haena, Kau
ai ma ka la 4 o September 1914
hora 10 a. in. A ke kauoha ia
aku nei na poe apau i loaa he ku
leana oiaio ko lakou iloko o ka
Hui i olelo ia maluna' ae. E hiki
kino mai lakou make Keena Oi
liana o ka Hui o Wannha ma ka
msmawa i oleloia maluna ae.
James K. Apolo, Peresidena,
II. K. A. o Haena. Kauai.
Kapaa, Kauai Aug. 1 1914
Wholesale and Retail Grocerie
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
right at the
table on a
j I Things )
I New. )
John Fassoth, of Waimea, has
come out as a candidate for nomi
nation on the Republican ticket for
the House of Representatives. Mr.
Fassoth is an old-timer on Kauai
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
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
bus-'ness if business is ready for us
The ovation received by our recent
arrivals nerves us lo new efforts. Hereafter as hereto
fore, our aim will be to supply and satisfy every want
of the million and millionaire.
We will shortly move into our new quarters on Hotel
St. in the meantime your orders will get our Usual
caieful attention and be charged at the prevailing
clearance sale prices.
5, Sachs Dry Goods Co.
j M. V. Fernandez, of Makaweli, J sentatives. He wishes to thank his
and is regarded as an exceptionally finds himself unable to run as a j friends for the support they had
good man. ! candidate for the House of Repre- proffered him.