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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1914
LftTEST WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 5.
Sunday, Scptcm ber 1 3.
Sugar: Raws, 6. 195.
RICE SENDS THANKS
The following wireless from Chas. A. Rice was received shortly j
after midnight last night. "Kuhio nominated bv a large vote. Thank
Kauai people for supporting me."
THE ELECTION ON KAUAI
Following were the totals polled bv the various candidates on the
island of Kauai (uot including the 36 votes of Niihau, which have not
vet been heard from): Chas. A. Rice, 424; Kuhio. 249; MeCar.dless,
214'; Carter, 17; Woods, 5; Xotley, 2; Kahatilelio, 0. Eor the Senate:
Mikae'.e, 375: Knudsen. 373. For the House: Lota, 576; Kula 569;
Coney, 501; Fassoth 425, and Chandler. 30S. Full details of vote bv
precincts in Tuesday's Garden Island.)
ELECTION RESULTS IN HONOLULU
Honolulu Incomplete returns indicate the election of Hawaiian
tickets with few exceptions. Catheart, for county attorney, and Conk
ling, for con ii tv treasurer, ;ire nominated. Charles Rose s probablv
elected sheriff of Oahu. Kuhio landed about 400 more votes than Rice.
Woods polled a total of 32 votes, with Carter 10 behind him Lane
leads for Mayor, with Cohen second. Thirteen precincts to hear from.
THE MAUI VOTE
With a few very small precincts to hear from, the results on Maui
were as follows: Kuhio, 977; Rice. 8X3; McCandless, 286; Words, 7;
Carter, 31: Notlev, 5.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Reports from the island of Hawaii are very incomplete, but indi
cate a big lead by Kuhio over Rice. Woods ran surprisingly low on his
BACK TO THE WAR
Paris A despatch received by the war ministry announces con
tinued general retreat of the Germans from Northern France, in some
cases the retreat assuming the appearance of a route. Allies are vigor
ously pursuing the enemy. After five days fighting the railways be
tween Belfort and Nancy have resumed operations.
An aeroplane battle took place yesterday in the vicinity of Tioves,
a French machine going in pursuit of a German flyer, The German
machine was winded and came down, two German officers being killed
by the fall
Rome Germany and Austria have resumed efforts to induce Italy
to stand bv the agreement of the Triple Alliance.
CROWN PRINCE DEAD?
London A Reuter's despatch from Ostend states that the Ger
man Crown Prince and his brother, Prince Adalbert, and Prince Carl,
of Wurtemberg, are all dead from wounds received in battle. Bodies,
according to this report, are lying in Brussels hospital.
GERMAN'S HOLD 200,000.
' Rotterdam Despatches from Berlin say that 200,000 prisoneis of
war are being held by Germans.
London Belgians buried 1239 dead Germans after the battle of
Termonde, where the Get mans were defeated
Conditions of country through which Allies are marching is said
to be indescribable. The roads are littered with dead horses and cattle.
San Francisco Mildred Gear, widow of the late Judge George
D. Gear, of Honolulu, has been arrested here for obtaining an auto
under false pretenses.
London The British admiraltiy announces that the British fleet
has occupied Ilerbertshaere, capital of the Bismark archipelago, Ger
man possession in the Solomon Islands.
The Servians aie pushing their way against Austria.
Bordeaux The supply of gasoline used by the Germans in France
is running low, seriously handicapping the moving of heavy artillery.
Aeroplanes today report that the retreat of the enemy is very rapid.
Our troops have crossed the river Ourcq and are rapidly pursuing
London It is officially announced that the French third armv
captured the entire artillery equipment of one Geiman army corps.
Enemy retiring from France and offering feeble resistance on ihe
left. Germans are retreating between rivers Oise and Marne. Their
cavalry is exhausted. Allies pursuing fleeing soldiers have encountered
Germans have evacuated Vichy le Francois on right wing, which
they had fortified.
. German forces are occupying Argouuo region. Have begun to swav
to northwest in Lorraine. Allies are making slow progress. Germans
have evacuated St. Die. German prisoners suffering from bayonet
wounds brought to Paris after the route of the Germans say that the
retreat across thv River ()urc; was disastrous.
Saturday Sept. 1 2.
Sugar: Raws, 6.195.
London Announcement is made from Berlin of the defeat w-s'.er-dav
of Russian forces on the border of East Prussia. At Lvack, the
Km-.muhs, consisting of the 2nd. army corps of Finnish troops, were
in :-t by the Germans on tile line and signally defeated, the invaders
l)t-i iil; driven back toward BilvsUck.
A despatch from Cope il; tgen confirms defeat of the Russians,
wlili. h cuts Russian line to the South and opens the way for an offen
sive German movement against the Russian rear.
Petrograd reports Russian victory near Lvack.
Russians took Spohc and Tourbaiie bv assault. Russians now be
sieging Grojce in Poland. Second Austrian army defeited at Tomas
zow. which was captured alter sanguinary battle.
Russians and Servians are meeting with
gainst the Atistrians.
Copenhagen--Austria will not make peace except with the
sent of. Germany. .
London -The Belgian movement gainst the German right
tinned yesterday, resulting in the reoecupation of Termonde 1 y
BRITONS AND EGYPT.
Cairo, Kgspt -All ri;'ht of suzerainty by Turkey in Egypt was
swept away yesterday Alien t lie British military authorities here invit
ed the German ami Austrian diplomatic agents to leave the country,
xvlrch thev did at once, without protest from the Khedive, to lioni
they weie accreilitted. 1 lie Jinttsii iiavc assumed sovereignly
Egypt bv this move.
Paris Foreign ambassadors, including the German representa
tive, have notified the .Sultan of Turkey that the Powers could not ac
cept the abolition of trcitv rights now accorded foreigners within
Turkish dominions, as proposed yesterday.
London Rouinania, Greece and Bulgaria will remain neutral in
the pre .-tit war if Turkey stays out of it.
An intercepted wireless message sent to Belgium by German Gene
ral reads: "Great disaster lias overtaken us. We are badly in need
of horses and suppHes". This confirms the official despatches that
the German right wing has been entirely crushed and remnants are re
treating in disorder.
Washington--At the German Embassy yesterday it was officially
an'iio.im e 1 that the German left w ing held its own against the Allies
'for two d,,vs and captured fifty gnus and several thousand prisoners,
finally retiring before superior numbers. The French Embassy an
nounces that marked advance against the German right continues and
that Allies have advanced in place from 36 to 47 miles.
There is no confirmation of the report that M.uiberge had f dleti.
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CONSUL RODEIK REPORTS.
Honolulu German Consul George Rodeik
been otdered to re
losses were suffered
vices that the German right wing in France has
treat for stragetical reasons, whereby some
through separation of several detachments. The German center is ad
vancing satisfactorily between bezanne and .uaiuy ana tne lett wing
near Vitrey. Fort at Verdun has fallen. New reinforcements are sent
for. Decisive battle attack bv Alsace-Lorraine nnnv steadily pi ogres
sing. The situation in east Prussia is very satisfactory. The east armv
has encroached on the Russians and forced them to retire on Jemen,
while southwest Poland is now occupied by Germany and Austria
. Honolulu Chas. A. Rice closed his campaign at the Bijou theater
with a record crowd. Kuhio had an audience of 2,000 in Athletic
park for his closing speech,
Passengeis by th" Ventura report the removal of German reser
vists from that steamer at Sydney witn torce. 1 liree otliers were
Mobilization of troops in Australia continues actively
Tozawa, a Japanese subject, was denied naturalization bv Clerk
Sugar: Raws, 6.265; beets, no sale.
Honolulu Stock transactions today were :is follows: 750 Oiaa,
740 do., 6; 1C0 do 6lx; 285 do, 6'4; 210 do. 6!2- 150 McBnde,
110 Onomca; 365 Hawaiian Sugar, 37:310 Oahu,
35 Hawaiian Commercial, 35; 100 do., 35l4.
vileges which tH
continued successes a- pendence and lu
in your garden are
Luther Burbank's Seeds
Vp until yciy latelv it
has been impossible to
secure Burbank Tested
Seeds - the seeds that
succeed when atl o'.hers
fail but now a complete
line of them is kept in
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 King Street Honolulu.
There is a special assortment of 12 packages of seeds
--both flower and vegetable that sells for only Si .00.
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
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74 QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU
6nn; 1340 do., 64
20; 129 do., same.
Waialua, 110; 225 Brewery, 16 V 8000 Olaa, 6.
GERMANS ARE IN RETREAT
London- Official announcement made here says that the general
retirement of the German forces from the battleground of France still
Many German infantry detachments have been found hiding in
the woods, evidently left behind on account of the hastv retreat of the
It is admitted in Berlin that German evacuation of Frr.nce con
tinues Germans are fatigued, while the Allies are fresh Rifled vil
lages and drunkenness among prisoners is taken toindicate demorali
zation of the retreating Germans.
The Servians hive occupied Setnlin, which lies opposite Belgrade
on the farther bank of the Danube.
The ustrians are prepiring to re-take Letnberg,
London -"Rouinania. Greece- and Bulgaria have signed a compact
to interfere if '''uikcv joins Germany in the war.
The Nord 1. utschcr liner Bethanin. carrying f.oo G'-nan reser
vists, 100 tons of coal ami six months provisions for the t misers
! K.;i lruhe and Dresden has been captured and brought h-re.
Honolulu Mail advices toda tell of small British :l -
I Sunt!. Sea garrison (German) without bloodshed. iThis is ;,rol:.
i !a!u't in the Matshall Islands lid. Gard. Isl.)
Friday September II.
Stig. : Raws. 6.26; beets, no sale.
TURKEY BEGINS TO STRUT.
Wa.-,i..ng.o:i Turkey has notified' all nations that she has abro
atid the series of ci iiveiitiuns, treaties and privileges origin:;! ine in
. e eleventh ccnuiry. whereby foreigners in the Ottoman lvnnirc hay
ten exempt from jurisdiction of the local Turkish authorities in ei '.
aid criminal ca-.v Foreigners lose the extra tentorial rights and :v:-
h.i ve enjo;. eel. ami Turkey declares absolute iudo
dom fi -':n ihe domination of other powers.
THE BATTLE IN FRAME
London After battling fur io.;i i!.is the main German fore,-'
invading France have been pusl :e ! b i I: ;7 miles and is still fallin:
back, reports Sir John French. o - - i ; f the F.ugb-h f rvt- . The
movement of the Germans is actual 'iie ', and not a strategic 1 e i
anv since. Il is believed that ne euiiie Germas; corps luis bee c '
ofi from the main holy bv A'.'.'ts lines between Compeigne and Me n
Bodv of troops in prtcariou-. s'tuation. Germans now investing Loar
and La fere Thousands of prisopti s are being taken by the Allies.
Appioaches to Antuup were closed by the breaking of the dykes. Be'
gian military operations in Antwerp continuing satisfactory. It is
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ove r 1 ' eo iui ie-iiuiieu m.ii .iiuuiit; i ne ie-i ma ii wijuiuieu is iiitice joacnini,
j the oungest son of tile Kaiser.
Soi'.t'i Alriea c.ihles that the Ioaltv of the Boers to Kngland may
be relied on. Volunteer forces are ready to co operate.
British forces met and defeated 400 Germans in battle in Xyassa
Bordeaux The Flench troops are advancing into upper Alsace,
as the Germans retire. Advices via I'aris from Munich state that the
Berliu garrison, which has taken to the field, is repotted to have lost
42,000 men killed and wounded since the war began,
London -At the British Admiralty the following repo-1 was is
sued: Yesterday and today numerous strong squadrons and flotillas have
advanced into the bight of the German stronghold at Heligoland,
without meeting opposition. The Russians are now bombarding Koe
nigsbtirg and the part of the citv being shelled is in flames
Honolulu - The Canadian steamship Marama has arrived from
An Austrian Baron, arm ing in the citv by the Manchuria, has
disappeared after failing to ket loroi'n'n'eiit with Consul Schaefer.
When last seen he was near tla- 1' ili.
DON'T HURT YOUR HYHS OR YOUR GOOD IIKALTII
BY POOR LIGHTING.
DON'T LOSE SALES IN YOUR STORK BY RKASON OF
rsK(iOOI) FIXTl'UKS I TIIK bKiHTIMi 1' Yul U I'LUT.
Let us solve your lighting problem tor you.
We meet the season half way.
The multitude of big and little casts
piling in upon us proclaims in nun s
takable fashion that c are iv; d for
bi'S'iussif or.slne-s is re-iab f-i is
The ovatan received b our itiiti!
arrivals nerves us to new etTor.s. -Hereafter as ' i r o
fore, our aim will be to supply and sati.-fv evt r- wa.a
of the million and millionaire.
We will shortly moe into our new (platters on ll"t..l
St. in the iie-int;me your orders will get our us.i il
cateful atieiitio.i and be charged at the prevailing
clearance sale prices.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods C .
Had No Notary
public or anv other official on the
Island of Niihau who was authoriz
ed to administer oaths. He could
not find the time to cross the t'n.
jmukahi Channel to Kiuai, a id
A report from Honolulu says:
Mr. Timer yesterday struck a snag
when he recieved trom Ndhan. a j wanted to know what to do. ' The
precinct ot tne Kauai repieseuta
tive district, the signed oath of
Kaohilaulii who was recently ap
pointed as chairman of the board
of inspectors of election. The oath
was no oath, after all, for it had
not been sworn to, Kaohilaulii
stating that there was no notary
secretary h.-s written ir i,o ....
sworn chairman of inspectors that
the other two members of i x.
board may, since there t xists a
vacancy, tippoint him a mem 'r
and swear him as sueli tn, r..
I body else will 'nave to act as chair
iiiian. This was one way out ot
I the pilikia.