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THIS GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1914
C W. SPITZ, Prop.
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OF AMERICA AND EUROPE
(Continued from last issue.)
Of course what lias made Flor- la man to sit in nml the guide said
ence most famous is her great col- lit had been the prison of S.u ana
lection of art and in the two large rola the famous old Priest who was
galleries the old Medichi family I burred at t lie stake tor savings
has surelv managed to gather to- that have now made him famous:
gether the best work of Italy's while outside, in the sun ite, a
most famous painters, and for davs j large cross on a Hag stout niprks
ymt could wander through these
immense old palaces and gaze at
the ni l masterpieces.
In the Tribune hung a Vciius
g azing calmly down on the eager
ourists; and there she had been
for over four hundred years, the
admiration of men p.nd the envy of
women-and it must have amused
Inr to see this :lailv stream of peo
ple, guide book in hand, rushing
pst-haviug paid their 20 cents to
get in and 2 cents to ride up in the
elevator, they seemed eager to see
the spot wlure he stood on the day
o! his martyrdom. It seems sttanpe
bill true that the man who is burn
ed at the slke lies on in lnein-
jor and fame torcver, while those
wh seek thus to destroy soon pass
on; in dishonorable graves and the
uiou! 1 of ages covers them with
There was much to see in Flor
ence, but .:n hour or two in a gal
lerv is enough I'm o. r day. lly
that time your neck and back feel
as though pivrcid by a thuusind
as much as possible in as short a; darts, and yon feel as though you
tune as possible, whereas to her
time seemed as nothing at all, and
she looked as fair as the fir dav
sue e tered the pr.lace. ,
The guards were a nuisance.
K .cry room had one and they per
sisteu in telling you atl about the '
pictures, yet none of them could
speak live words of Knglish and i;
was very trying- to listen to thein
Yet it was impossible to get awry
fiom them and they all wanted a tip
for troubling you. Ten centime1-,
cr about 2 cents, was enough, so
bv paying in advance you cut lnm
o;T and he left you to enjoy tin
pictures and read the Iviglish
guide-book in peace. One guide
could talk Knglish, so I gave him
4 cents, and he felt quite flattered,
He told ine that the reason the
n.ttards could not talk Knglish
was because Knglish as not tnught
in the public schools. He had been
a sailor and had learned Knglish in
Next in interest to the pictures
were the Duotno. a splendid cath
edral; the bell tower of Campenilli
and the Haptistry, with its wonder
ful bronze doors, coveted with
numberless pictures in relief of the
most well known bible stories. I
tried to make them all out. but
soon gave up and spent my time
looking at the other tourists try
to make them out gazing at a
door and then at their Hadekers,
would suiely die if you couldn't
escape to the streets once more.
It seems to me that if criminals
were sentenced to ten hours a dav
looking at pictures Distend of to
the rock pile, our ja Is would be
Oi l- TO V1SXICF.
Spring was coming and our time
was up. so se said good bye to
Florence and ran oxer the moun
tains once more and in the after
noon found oui sdvc in Yeni. e
Cit of Romance and Stutv; but,
Ala-! the Yenice of todav is not the
Venice of the Merchant Of Venice,
and the old, faded homes, looking
t nmble-tiown and desi-i ted . are not
in attiadive as one is led to be
lieve. The ino;or bo t man has
killed the iharin of the I z gondo
la. The motor boats went "Put
put -put" down the grand canal
and 'hiew such waves against the
hotel hiud.ng pUce that it was al
most impossible at times to get in
or out of your gondola and once
safelv on board the boatman had
to lie constantly spinning the boat
around to take the waves bows on.
the gondola spinning in the air on
the first wave and coming down
with a loud thud anything but
agreeable-the gondoliers meanwhile
uttering most murderous yells at
the offending motor boat.
We had rooms in the Grand
, Hotel, and our rooms looked out
and all the time trying to l.rnsh f0ver tlit- Kraiul catuil; and out in
off a mass of boys and young men 1):iv lay Kmperoi William's fine
:rying to sell them picture postal 'iVJut the Meteor, where the Kin
curds. !of Italy paid him a visit and ue.it
The only way to avoid the latter (German launches were passing up
was to bnv a pack ot cards the first land down all the time. (One day a
day and carry them around with large procession of boa's came
you, and as soon as one of them i past, load e d with beautiful
came rushing at you, produce the I wreaths of (lowers to put on the
cards and fl ish them in his face, ! graves of Italian and Get man sail
whereupon,' nrting that vou had I ors drowned n: an accident in the
been stiinn once, he would i cspeet harbor. ) Thegunsot the ship were
you and leave ou alone. I booming in salute all the time ami
All three buildings were ol white t h e church bells rang between
marble and made a very beautiful times, so as far as noise went there
and imposing center of the t uvn. was plenty- and vt there were
Not far from the gallery, and no autosnor trolley cats, the tilings
older than it, was a large ugly which make the most noise i u
ouilding of red brick, splendidly Kuropean cities (The noise cui-e
built to resist attack. It had once is something terrib'e in the larger
been the headquarters of the Medi- jchies.)
chi family , and its walls had seen I Venice luckilv ha 1 no noise, and
many a bloody deed, Ihev said.
High up in its lofty tower, from
which you could get a grand view
we lovtl to waiuler through the
narrow strtets and look at the lace
shops and glass and coral works.
ot the city and s-.e if am enemy aml not have to dodge out of the
ete approaching, tliev showed a 1 wav of some r kle auto t'nvcr.
the primary election on
LATEST WIRELESS NEW!
Continued from pagt 1
Sugar: Raws, 6.405.
Honolulu--Today's stock transactions were as follows: Olaa,
6s, 12y:j Mcllryde, 67s; 140 Waialuj, 110; II. C. &S., 354; 325 do.,
34'4;yO Oahu, 2(l'4: 5 do., 20' 2 50 Oahu, 20-,4; 5 Haiku, 130;
150 Pioneer. 25'j; bin Hawaiian Sugar, 37' 4 ; 5o Hawaiian Sugar,
37,,s: 100 Pineapple, 3J 1 4 : 19 Kekaha, 125; 30 Ouomea, 361 ; 45 II.
li. ,V M., H..
P1LIKIA FOR CATHCART
The Attorney General holds that the election of Cathcart to be
county attorney is illegal.
DAVIS JUMPS THE PARTY
George A. Davis, defeated candidate for Couuty Attorney, has
gone back to the Progressive Party.
REPORT FROM PARIS
Pans On the Allies' left the enemy has been obliged to abandon
their dcfuisis 1 etwttn Lcniptigi.t- and Soisscns ar.U l.ej oiul the livir
Aisne. In the region of Araonne the enemy has turned northward. On
the right the enemy's retreat is general from Nai.cv to the Vosges.
French territory in this vicinity has been completely evactuated.
General Joffre sends word that victcry is inconttstible. The advance
of the Allied forces is continuing all along the line.
GLOOMY RUMORS IN CI LIN
Perlin Gloomv ruinois regarding th out come of the contest be
tween the Allies and Germany are so rife in this city that it has be
come neccessary for the authorities to deny rumors that the United
States is contemplating joining forces with the Allies and waning
London Despite stubborn opposition all day, the Allies forded a
passage across the Aisne. Headquarters of Kronprinz's aruiv have
been driven from St. Menehould to Montfaucon.
Panic cjti'-ed in Vienna when learned that Servians occupied
Monday, Sept. 1 4.
Sugar: Raws, 6.195.
ELECTION ON OAHU
Honolulu The nominations made by
Saturday were as follows-
For Congress Kalanianaole, Republican;
For the Senate (Oahu J A. I,. Castle, Chat. K. Chillingwortli
and K. V. (Juinn, Republican; Kdward K. Hanapi. Gabriel K. Kea
wehaku and George Low, Democratic.
For the Ho use C. II. Hrovvn, C. II. Cooke, W. T. Rawlins.Nor
inan Watkins, Isenberg (other names unintellgible), fourth district, Re
publican; Aiea (?). Craw ford, W.H. Ciawford.K. K. Mahoe and Henry
Vierra. fifth district, Republican. The Ikmoerstic nominees for the
House (12 in two districts) are: Kaiwi, Kapana, Keiki, Liftee, Naole,
Archie Robertson, Ahiina. Gay, KaUkiela, Kaniho, Kupihee and I.
For Auditor James
For Treasurer D. L
(From the vague tenor of the despatches it is inferred thatCouoty
Attorney Cathcart and County Cleik Kalanokalani were elected at the
primaries I-'.d. Gard. Itl.)
For Supervisors Ahia. Hollingtr, J. C. Quinn, C. Arnold, W.
l.arsen, I) Logan. Robert Horner. ( Democrats not given in message.)
NEWS FROM THE WAR
London- All of the German armies tsxeept the one Lxfoxe Verdun
are retreating. The great battle on the River Marue is regarded by war
critics as the most remarkable reversal of roles by two opposing armies
ever shown in history.
It is believed that the first phase of the war has been decided and
that the plans cf the Germans are frustrated. Kxperts still recogni.tr,
however, the possibility of a German rally.
The lielgiaus are pushing the Germans to the southwest, and have
determined to re-take Brussels.
French military authorities consider the position ot the Germans
ON THE RUSSIAN FRONTIER
After seventeen days fighting, Russia claims victory over the Ger
man and Austrian armies, with operations in Gahcia completed us
Russia pi opuses to match direct to Vienna.
Hittle at Rawa Russia.!), Poland, will decide Austria's fate.
Thev are now enrolling the last class ol reservists in Austria,
whose armies are surrounded and surrender semis impending , f0,000
prisont rs have been taken.
IS ITALY GOING IN?
Paris Italians are disembarking in Albania.
REPORT FROM FRENCH SIDE
Reports from General Joffre. commander in chief of the Allies,
saxsthat the results of the five days battle were undeniably m favor of
the Allies, and that the rueniv everywhere is retreating.
Nancy has been cvacitaUd bv the Germans.
Continued ou page 6
John C. Lane, Republican; Joseph J. Fern, Demo
Hicknell, Republican; Jesse P. Makaiuai,
. Conkliug, Republican; M. G. K. Hopkins,
ES SUNDAY AT
M OUL C
tiny toom barely large enough for !
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READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
The Land D. par'mert seemed to
have made a mistake when it told
the Kauui supervisors to g o
ahead and er jet t h e proposed
new Waipouii school house on Let
88. for, as a matter of fact, an
original homesteader is found to
have a perfectly legal claim to the
property. Mr. Morange has found
another site on a oit of plateau,
near by, which was originally set
aside for a rest rvoir and which, it is
thought, will answer the purpose
1 and the school house will likely bf
I built there.
Railroad Man Here
j A. H. Hiitchius, traveling audi
tor of a railway company with
I headquarters at Minneapolis, is
I touring Kauai in company with
J Max Giecnbaugl', the Honolulu
commission merchant, Mr. Hut
chins being a brollu r in-law of
, Mr. Greeiiliaiigh. The railroad man
is suffering of 1 hemiutism and will
i travel all over the islands in the
! hope of improving his health,
j He states th. n he already feels
I better and has much hope that the
I climate of Hawaii will entirely
T 1 had another race meet at
, Waipouii Sunday morning, ami al
though no world's records weie
1 broken, some 500 people present
seemed to enjoy the events very
much. The dav was fine and the
truck was in excellent condition.
The plincioal luce was a half
mile dash between a bay maie
owned by Inouye and a d irk horse
owiud bv Fujimoto. Hie former
won handily in. 56. Tins race
settled an old controversy ami was
a matter of considerable ititeiest to
those present un the field. The
purse was ?200.
Time weie a number of miu r
cv. nts, the horses 1 1 mil, 1 fri.in tht
The events started nt 11 :M) m
the morning and were over in the
t arlv h'urs ot .he altti noon.
COUPLE OF CASES
FOR THE CORONER
Two deaths under un 'snl cir
cumstances hae tak- place in th
Koloa and Homestead neighbor
hoods lately. The first win Porto
Rica 11, living near Lindemann'a.
in Koloa, who deliberately drank
himself to death He drank a
number of different kinds of llnuj.' .
and, although not clearly establish
ed, probably took a jolt or two ..f
wood aU'uhul alonjf wiihthe red.
One ui) usual thing taken by Un
man war a half bottle of bay rum.
The other case was of a Form-
. guese woman living 4t the lU'tiK-
steads. She had carried a si) ll
.boy up tke bill toward her houe.
shortly after which she dropped
dead, heart failure being the caut
The public school o f Kauai
opened yesterday for the fall term.