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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 1914
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
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all hours, Day and Night -
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
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Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
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There are tvj kinds, Marine and Stationary, of
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which U a 1 aio'iio'i1e type of motor adapted for
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C.nNexrc men won't have anything
but the BEST that' why they all una
College men know too that Hie Reach Hall has bten adopted by the
American League for ten years, ami is the Official League Ball. No other
ball can be useti in any league game, i-rice every wncic.
I The Reach Trade-mark an all Sportlno Goods Is a f uarantee ol quality II means satis
faction, a new article ar yonr money back (except on Balls and Ball under 11.001.
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lor the Territory of Hawaii
-what could i oo?" TODAY'S AND LATEST
MUmi LUNCH BOX I
The following editorial appeared
in the Advertiser of last Friday:
Discussing the effort being made
by Speaker Champ Clark and
House Leader Underwood to
"round up" absentee congressmen,
flie Portland Telegram says:
The tiiiii- is pregnant with trreat events,
and no ime run tell what exigency may
arise that. w ill imperatively require the
most capable and conscientious congres
sional attention. The congressman who
can stay nt home and play polities in
such circumstances is not fit to lie return
ed to renin's., lie Iimm not the concep
tion of puliiie duty that in the first equip
inent for the place. An the papers report,
Home of tlie-o men Imve failed at the
primaries. They all I'eservc good, lib
eral dose of that "innocuous desuetude
which Orovel Cleveland lined t o talk
HEWS BY WIRELESS
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Honolulu 100 Olaa sold 4.875; 175 ditto. 5.00;90 McBryde. 5.375;
355 ditto. 5.50:55 II. C & S., 33 50; Oahu. 20;25 Haiku, 113.83;
Hon. Brewery. 17.85: Pineapple. 32.5U;5 Onoiuea, o2;20 Jiouokaa,
6; 10 Wailua, ICS
CHIYO MARU CHASED.
San Francisco The Japanese liner Chiyo Maru wis chased by an
unidentified cruiser for four hours Saturday night. The captain crowd
ed on steam and escaped
JAPANESE TAKE ISLAND
Peking The Japanese force9 have occupied a small island off Te-
hieu, outside Kiauchau bay.
PARIS PREPARES FOR SIECE
Paris This city is rapidly assuuii.ig position for threatened siege.
If the nuiinlanders feel this wav Troops from the south and west are arriving to man the defenses.
I cy i i it f a 1 1 1 ..-. AiLi f inn in rr a tiiti 1 11 civ
about the absence of one or two P"nuaV s cau . riuu..-. .c? ... " V" " "
congressmen from States that have
from three to thirtv representatives
in the national legislature, what Washington According to official ad vets. Fi a; ce is considering
would they think of the continued moving the capital to Bordeaux
absence of the only representative
No man or woman who eats him
aw ay I mm luiiiic--.no child wii
reiiiHi. N at school during the noon
hour call Ik- without a Universal
lune.i box. Its vacuum bottle
guarantee a steaming hot or icy
cold cup of tea, codec or milk.
Its f 1 drawer w ith its ventilat
ing features assures fresh whole
Rot lie food at all times. Positively
the most perfect box known.
Price fL'.'.'.i each
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weeks. All trains leaving Paris are packed with Kpa ting civilians.
MAY MOVE CA11TAL
a Territory has?
Hawaii has not been officially re
presented at Washington during
the present session except for a
few days out of nine months.
On the stump, Kuhio is now
RUSSIANS ARE CAPTURED
Berlin It is officially announced tint 30,000 Russians h ue Keen
captured by German forces in the east, including n any high oflicers.
Germans made attack through swamps an 1 lakes esh German troops
are appearing in invaded territory.
REPORT FROM WASHIN GTON
Washington Diplomats of neutral nations stationed here have
learned that 70,000 British held in check 200,000 Oei nu ns lor last
challenging anyone to state where three days until French reinforcements arrived.
Hawaii has suffered from his de
fection from duty. That is a diffi
cult question to answer. There
have been a multitude of Hawaiian
questions before congress, but
whether Kuhio could have done
anything or not to help Hawaii, checked
even had he been on the job, is
problematical. When he had Honolulu
vSecretary McClellan wiih him he holiday
was able to do considerable, but
a a a 4 .
since lie lias commenced paying
his personal political debts at the
expense of Hawaii and has refused
to appoint a working "assistant
as secretary, Hawaii has been
Great Britain joins France in protest against the proposed pur
chase of German ships to build up the American merchant marine. It
is held that it would benefit Germany and threaten violation of strict
neutrality on the part of the United States.
RUSSIANS REPORTED UNCHECKED.
London Advices today say that Russian advances remain
SEPTEMBER 12 HOLIDAY.
-The Governor has declared
September 12 a legal
Monday, August 31.
Sugar: Raws, 6.02; beets, no sale.
CHINESE ARE EXCITED
Pekintr Streets of capital are strewn with leaflets which state that
.... ... haoan's intentions were to make China a dependency and urges every
without proper representation, JP M his Ufc in prterence to acceding to Japanese domi-
1- a. I. . s a a 1 -n no r 4- U'r)rliiN aar4-.'4 l" . . . . . . a. f .
ii 'tion. the leaflets being based on alleged punnequons in Japanese
nraners. The police are attempting to suppress distribution of in
cendiary documents and have arrested some of the circulators. Among
them are persous ixiong ng to uie uesi society.
DOINGS ON ASIATIC SIDE.
Tsing Tau The report that the railway bridce had been dynamit
tfd Viv Germans is denied. No bombardment yet by tne lapanese
Yesterday the forts fired a few shots at Japanese destroyers, which
weie hovering close in. This port has been blockaded since war with
whether Kuhio was at Washington
or iust basking away the hours at
A live man at Washington could
help in the agitation which has al
ready started to restore the duty
on sugar to make up for the tariff
losses due to the war.
A live man on the ground, could Japan was declared.
have presented Hawaii's right to THt KAlbtKIN tUiABtlM.
share in the benefit of the revised Tientsin Orders were received here yesterday for the erew of the
ci,:.;r, in,,. mid r-nnld nrntst Austrian warship Kaisenn Elizabeth to return to l sing lau,
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against these Islands being exclud
ed from tee benefit of the proposed
'erovernment owned" line of
A real representative would have
been able to help along the work
tbf vesiel was interned. The Chinese government prevented return ot
sailors and is endeavoring to maintain strict neutrality
HOLD OUT TWO MONTHS.
Tokio Military experts here do not exrect the fall of Kiauchau
before November. The place i well provisioned.
THE WAR REACHES SAMOA.
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T nndnii Aoia. the capital of German Samoa, surrendered Satur
tor tlie carrying out 01 uie jvaiun t0 a navai and militarv contingent sent trom e.v eaiauu
harbor extension, which recent THE AMERICAN POSITION.
events have shown is very neces- Washington Diplomats believe America has little to fear in the
sary fui the prosperity of this port. ,i rin,fP','0f control of naval base of Apia to Great Britain. Whatever
A man able to present facts direct loss Apia may be to Germany, it is pouited out that its posses-
I the idea that sion will result in little direct advantage w orcai duhui, w...e..
ready controls Fiji and other Pacific islands near ny.
GERMAN FUES OVbK rAKla.
p:.tie- KK inir over the citv of Paris in an aeroplane, six thousand
feet high, a German aviator today dropped a bomb which fell in thei
northern part of the city. Two women were injured by the explosion, j
The aviator also dropped a note whiJi said: The German troops are
,U the gates of Paris. You can do nothing i ut surrender . i ne noie
was signed by Lieutenant von Heidscn.
LORD KITCHENER TALI S.
London Lord Kitchener announced yesterday that after four
days fighting the British forces, which lost between 5. 00 and 6,000
men were rested and ready for the next battle. The statement is based
m, a'renort from General French, which adds that British fought
would have squelched the idea that
has traveled over the mainland that
these Islands should be used as a
place for the keeping oT mainland
A true representative would have
urged on the armv department the
necessity now of employing, only
citizen labor on federal contracts.
These are only a few of the
things that a Delegate to Congress
micht have done. But, as Kuhio
JAS. F. 1H
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125-131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
asks, what good would it have against over-whelming numbers and were compelled to fall back
been to Hawaii if he had been at
Washington? And we can only an-
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swer: We ton t Know mat 11 wouiu
have done anv (rood: but he IS
being paid a salary to go to Wash-
new line of defense, where tnev have not been in contact with the
enemy since Thursday. In the meanwhile the right wing ot tnef rencn
armv has brouglst German attacks to a standstill
RUSSIANS AGAINST GERMANS
t.i: f , n.rtna.ie are nresiinc the Russian invaders hard at
Allenstein. which was captured by the Russians on Saturday. Generals
describe Russian endurance as terrific. One Russian General reported
I ington and do whatever he can do
for Hawaii, be be it much or little; cantured
and we know that he is not earn- L0SSES 1N
ing his salary nor even trying to jT,,t p.ri,io. losses in naval battle off Heligoland were 29
1 AvV H' tun - " - -- -.
ido so. Killed nod 38 wounded. German loses by sunken cruisers, 670.
That's why we want to send TURKEY EXPECTED TO TROT
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s nneone else, someone wnoin wc Tom-Inn Turkey may declare war at any moment is tne announce-
I know will be "on the jol" when nient inlblished vesteiday. All efforts of the Triple Entente to have
the ..efsitv for a real Delegate to Turkey remain neutral have failed. The F.mbassy admits that the sit
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
We know that ex Governor Frear
has been kept "erv busy at Wash
ington doing work fur Hawaii, for
part of which he was paid bv the
Chamber of Commerce, and for a
large part of which he received no
reward except the satisfaction of
doing something for the good of
nation is grave.
PANAMA RADIOS TAKEN ;
Panama The United States has taken c ntrol of all wirtless tele
graph stations along the Panama cana1.
MONTANA HAS BABY WAR
Helena, Montana The Governor has oite ed out all Na ional
Guardsmen, and has asked Washington for Federal troops to pr-vevt
rioting resulting from the dynamiting of the buildings at uie f.trrot
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