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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1914
Contained from page 5.
SunJaJ', August 30.
ir; Raw.-, (i nj; K-els no sale.
GllAT naval battle.
: i .".j.Vihcrs of t!i c Brilith destroyer crews w!io have relumed from the
't !ou-;-5 oil Heligoland Friday report llial at least eleven German warships
. .i . a t . t i . a i. l
w:rc sank in the engagement which lasted eigut tours and resulted
vx portion of the Grnr.an fleet which ventured out (tot. the port to
. CAUGHT IN A TRAP,
.n-is verc ciS!Lt in a trap by the Critish. When the little cruiser
': 3 four-inch gnus, was scut up the cocst patrolling, she brought out
tiii'ir cover, and the B.-iu't cruisers surrounded thorn. The Fr-
o.r e:ie ny's c!i?pj. G:i!y one of the German cruisers to sink;
j v,.? t'.3 Mainz, and other Gorman cruisers sank destrojtr. ap-
f v report !ior;!L!e'sc;!::C on beard t! Mainz, wreckaje and dead
'I fvtr h:z s:ii; 17C of crew killed and ma;:y wounded, 70 wounded being
I j e-.lv'i day, An.ong then is the son of Admiral von Tripitz. Other
m'.j.'ixI h .'Irwich Ore djstroycr has fourteen holes in her hull.
' slrtH; nineteen lirres.
terf:fic land fighting
iV:nil'- l.tn 1 fighting took place between French troops
'. i ' invaders in the vicinity of Lille. Four French corps
' r.-iivil the German tenth corps, while German left wing
. . :: -nth in the direction t Lifer, where tlicy were attacked
-: . . The plans of the Germans for a turning 'movement and
iii in h ive been wrecked entirely.
y. Minus prevums report of ( unintelligible). All German
tit .'"i i 'i region line of attack abandoned. French ttoops have
: !'. rv oc.-upv line along Mort.igne. Right wing forward.
CLLCI.AK KING LEADS TROOPS
King Albert led his troops in person today, forces from
' : oTe:r.ive again-t the Germans, who were withdrawn from
' i j hi m
PARIS GETTING READY
The. military governor o' Paris lias ordered all residents
i i.vo rire'e, of forts defending the citv to tear down their
r. : .. v-acu-.te the M-clioti. Four days are given in which to car-
: .. o'vers.
that thousands of buildings ir. the outskirts must be
1 . i !e cise'e U miles in circumference is to be bared, mak
: ' '-'I'-'i of ..a enemv only nossible across an open plain.
CTPJ-iANY AND RUSSIA.
1 ; The Ge: mans have found that the approach of the Rus-
'!-".-!i:i iangcr that demands greater forces to meet, and
' ir-- ; s toward west Prussia from Belgium has begun.
.!.. 1 and -:t . raiiwv.y trains loaded with troops have passed
b : ' .a.k to German territory
; -h i cmfinns this report
r,- t 7, h is been suspended.
! a '. v G i:r.j-i p. Russian reverse in east Prussia where five Rus-
: .1 three cavalry divisions were driven back to their
Saturday, August 29.
; beets, no sales.
THREE SEA BATTLES
i- was a day ot successes for the British on the
in the North Sea, Adriatic and China.
the British squadron was victorious. In the
1 '1 l . . 7
i (7i',' 1117
'17, T l!
Not th Sc. i
troyu fought a due with an Austrian destroyer and
I 'l ims. In the China sea, a British destroyer sank a Ger-
'! tlie .-.aiv.e class.
X, h Sea a British squadron under Admiral Beatty. in the
; with the New Zealand, Oueen Marv, Princess Royal,
a ui .er Amethyst and the torpedo boat destroyer Laerth, de
iman stp.'adron, sinking the Mainz and another vessel of
methyst was damaged and the Laerth also suffered some
i'.i i'.ish loss of life was small. A cruiser carrying wounded
!"v : ' i"t .
:i cruiser on fire disappeared in the fog.
WOUNDED REACH ENGLAND
A hospital ship has arrived from France bringing
TRAWLER SUNK BY MINE
iwicr off Northumberland was strnrt- hv a minK nnrl
. of her crew reached shore.
MiLMONAlRES ARE "SOAKED"
s from Antwerp say that the German military govern
eiMted, as hostages Ernest Solk, a rich Belgian, upon
S',oiii,m mi i.s imposed; and Baron Rothschild, who is
ivmenl of 2, 1100,000.
th British war office that the Germans claim a victory
in Belgium, but th;s report is not confirmed in des
;ris a,i 1 Antwerp.
CANADIANS OFF TO WAR.
Tiie First Canadian Regiment sailed from Montreal on a
v for Europe. The regiment was raised and outfitted
: tt and Hamilton. Of the 1,100 men in the regiment,
d.iU showing previous service in South Africa, the Philip
Twenty to twenty-five thousand Canadian troops will
-l detachment in two weeks.
JAPANESE FIRED ON,
i -Two small lananese cruisers lu-ivprinrr r.n
- - - . . . . . w . w. 1 . lilt
.1 . 'i . ,
a: I at
base and port of TMiiir Tail drw first firp frnm flr
7 7i al shells fell about the ships, one of them finding its
Honolulu Oahu will send 125 delegates to the Civic Convention
on Maui, Octoler 3-5.
Charles A. Rice says he will meet Kubio in debate if his managers
will sanction such a course. Lorrin Andrew opposes the scheme.
Merchants oppose holiday for September 12, and have petitioned
Governor against holiday.
Friday, August 28.
Sugar, 6.02; beets, no sale.
BALKANS TO TAKE A HAND
Washington Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria and Ronmanin are soon to
become active participants in the war of Europe, according to the view
of the diplomats.
Turkey, Bulgaria and Roumania will declare war against French,
Russians and British and come to the aid of Austria and Germany.
Gicsce will throw her lot with Servia and Montenegro, and the
Balkans will once more be ablaze with hostilities,
Tin key will set out by declaring war on the Allies.
Greece will be expee'ed to take up the challenge at once, " which
will be followed bv declarations of war bv Bulgaria and Roumania.
Announcement is made from German Embassy that Lehman Pasha,
who had been loaned Turkey to train and lead Turkisk troops, has
been put in command of tntire Turkish iirniy.
The American cruiser North Carolina will go into Turkish waters
for the State department , carrying gold for the relief of Americans.
Powers have already been notified of the purpose of her mission.
GERMAN CRUISER DESTROYED
Berlin In naval engagement between Rus-ian cruisers in the
Gulf of Finland and a portion of the German blockading squadron, the
German cruiser Magdeburg, cruising in a fog, ran ashore on the island
of Oldenberg. Her plight became known toth; Russians, who despatch
ed p. cruiser to destroy her. The Magdeburg wir lessed for aid and a
portion of the German squadron coming to her assistance torpedoed hot
to keep her from falling into Russian hands. The Magdeburg lo t
17 killed, 25 taken prisoners and 85, including the captain, lnis -iig,
MOVEMENTS IN PRUSSIA.
London Operations in Prussia are still unchecked. The Russians
yesterday entered and occupied Tikit (piobubly Lvck-Ed Gard. Isl.
in east Prussia, Throughout the southern and eastern districts the
Germans have retreated and are now concentrating at Ostero.le and
'1 ne Russian advance is now moving toward Konigsberg, having
crossed th? Allain in several places, The left wing is rapidly ap
proaching the important railroad center of Lemberg (This may be
Bromberg, northeast of Posen-Ed, Gard. Isle). The center is pushing
toward Posen, where it is thought the fiercest battle will be fought.
GERMANS DEMAND DAMAGES.
The Germans demanded of Tournai, in Belgium, $400,000, and
within an hour after the demand the burgomaster was held as hostage.
Chailevoi was assessed $.300,000. Premier Asquith said yesterday,
commenting on the acts of the Germans, that they are against all us
ages of war.
SITUATION IN BELGIUM.
1 he French war offices issues statement that operations extending
as thev do over a front 250 miles long have necessitated a change in
the position of troops now occupying the Setaing. Line in Belgium,
east of Namur, in order to meet German advance line is supported by
the French on both flanks
In the Vosges district French have resumed the offensive and have
itriven back the Germans, who, however, yesterday forced the French
to retire upon Saint Dir.
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Washington The action of Carranza in repudiating old bank and
treasury notes precipitated a riot in the city of Mexico yesterday.
Negotiations have been completed forthe discharge of 5,000 Mexi
can pi isoners taken to Forts Wingate and Rosecrans. in the United
States. Carranza has guaranteed their safetv upon return to Mexico.
The United States has been at expense of $2,500 a day for maintenance
during the time they have been held.
, no ashes
i ta.7 (.;
WOMEN DISLIKE THE WAR.
we;n v thousand women clad m black
u ntowii district's vestcrdav
HIV t CI i
Mrs. iKnrv lllard carried a peace banner.
BELGIUM PAYS SLOWLY.
(bile Sioo.Ojt) of the $40,000,000 demanded of the city
s been paid. The Germans threaten to take the great col-
l ieiuisii Masters in the Museum if the money is not
L0UVA1N IS BURNED.
I. on vain, a city of 40.000, has been seized and burned
of i In
t th.;t .
7.;.- 1 a
BELGIAN MINISTER PROTESTS.
ster to the United States protests against action
Louvain as an act against international law
laws of humanity.
led to the United States and other neutral coun-
a 'itin m oillri-r in .tonsil l.,UA.l tj.i
--."i.ni mumi iwki jvlu eruss
third. An affidavit from the wounded nurse to
1. Al! wore the insignia of the Red Cross, con
it the time thev weie attacked.
CERMANS IMPEDING ADVANCE.
i-sburg despatches say that the Germans have
the natural difficulties against invasion by the
:- a is said to be panic stricken.
Emalamaia ana ka Halawai Ma
kahiki o ka Hui Kuai Aina o Wai
niba, Kr.uaiina ka la 3 o Septem
ber 1914 bora 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 Jakou
ma ko lakou keena manma Wai
niha, Kalana o Kauai T. H.
James K. Apolo, Peresidena,
H. K. A. o Wainiha, Kauai.
Kapaa, Kauai Aug. 1 1914,
E malamaia iaana ka Halawai o
ka Hui Kuai Aina o Haena, Kau
ai ma ka la 4 o September 1914
hora 10 a. m. A ke katioha 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 ma ke Keena Oi
liana o ka Hui o Wainiha ma ka
manawa i oleloia maluna ae.
James K. Apolo, Peresidena,
II. K. A. o Haena, Kauai.
Kapaa, Kauai Aug. 1 1914.
Notice is hereby given that the
proposed new ESTRAY ORDI
NANCE for the island of Kauai
will be considered by the Board of
Supervisors at 2'oclock, Wednes
day afternoon, September 2.
All persons interested in the
purpose of said ordinance are re
quested to be present at that time
and express their views.
II. D. Wishard,
Chairman Board of Supervisors.
Li hue, August 24, 1914.
The Board of Supervisors will
hold their monthly meeting tomorrow,
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CEMENT, LIME & PLASTER
RED PRESSED BRICK
LAWN MOWERS, HOSE A
WALLPAPER, PAINTS A OIL A
LUTHER UUKBANK's SEEDS
WHEELBARROWS A HAND
CARTS FLOWER, PALM A ORCHID
TOOLS OF ALL KINDS.
Jl Jl Jl
LEWERS & COOKE LTD.
Thomas At Grove Farm, Li
hue, Tuesday, August 25, 1914,
to the wife ol M. Thoiua5, a
Good Oil Stove does
awav with all the
dirt and bother that comes
with wood, coal and ashes.
It makes light work and
a clean kitchen.
OIL COOK STOVE
burns kerosene, the clean, cheap fuel. It
is a fine stove for hot weather because
it doesn't over-heat the kitchen. All the
heat is applied at the cooking point. You
can bake, broil and roast on it just as
well as on a wood or cal stove and much
quicker and cheaper. It doesn't smoke
or smell; doesn't taint the food. Get an ,
oil stove and make summer cooking easy
and comfortable. Dealers Everywhere.
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GONSALVES & CO., UP,
74 QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU
right at the
table on a
f Are V
( New. )
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 to 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
careful attention and be charged at the ;evailing
clearance sale prices.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
The Misses Marion and Eva i Miss Mumford has returned to
Hastie, of Eleele, are visiting in Lihue after spending a part of the
Honolulu. Summer vacation in Honolulu.