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TIIK GARDFN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2) 1914
C. W. L1PITZ, Prop.
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THE BIOS! SOLA
One day t!ic Alio Chili of Paris
imiounccd a llilit, so we drove
out to the grounds nt St. Cloud
were quite excited over one balloon
as it drifted rapidly away toward
the river Rhine, and we were told
by an obliin member that the
vouny man actum as pilot had not
been able to obtain a certificate of
tfood intentions from the German
Continued .'ruin pajje 1
Sii)iar, no change, !
Washington The comptroller of currency accepts Hawaiian bonds
as security for additional circulation under t;tnis of Aldi ich-ree-
land act. I
Philadelphia -The Athletics won the pennant toda , putting them
in the contest for the World's series championship.
London The two lines at the battle of the Aisne are within two
hundred yards ot each other. Frenzied hand to hand fighting is taking
place which indicates that the Allies have won ground inside the
range of artillery fire.
Paris Official despatches from the front say that during the past
three days, the Prussian guard which is the flower of the Kaiser's
armv has been cut to pieces. The strength of the companies has been
reduced from two hundred and fifty to one hundred men, bv the rav
ages of shot and shell in theit midst: virtually all of the original officers
have been killed or wounded; whole batteries having been annihilated.
Merlin Subscriptions to the war loin continue to pour in. The
war is costing Germany twenty million dollars daily.
Peking The Japanese land forces are moving west to invest Tsinjt
Tan. German outposts have been driver, back to their first line defense.
Paris---Violent German attacks between the Aisne and Argonne
have been repulsed. The war zone is relatively quiet otherwise.
Washington--Peachy looped the loop four times over the Capitol
today; while the President watched from the White House. It is be
lieved that Congress will adjourn soon.
Honolulu George Allen pleaded guilty of forgery this morning.
London The Russians are driving the Austrians before them at
every point and have cleared Galicia north of the Carpathian moun
tains as far west as the San river. Petrograd reports Austrian column
now in full retreat from Przmysl towards Sanok, thirty miles southwest
after having been shelled by the Russian artillery on the heights. The
Austrians were routed. Transport trains and a number of motor cars
jti battle near Uszuk Pass."
The Russians report the defeat cf the last remuant of Austrian
forces in the eastern half of Galicia, with loss of part of their artillery
and many prisoners. Russians now pursuing the Austrians through
the Uszuk Pass on the South into Hungary.
The latest reports from Petrograd indicate that the Russian inva
sion into Gel many is on a far greater scale than was first reported.
The Russian front now extends from the Baltic Sea to the southern
boundary of Silvia.
Nishi The Serbs have been beaten bv the Austrians in a fight
that has been progressing for past two weeks,
GERMAN BOMBS IN PARIS
Paris A German dirigible dropped four bombs into Paris yester
day, killing one and wounding another. One of the bombs fell with
in a block of the American Ivmbassy.
Cardiff Welsh miners have consented to work Sundays and holi
days in order to keep the British admiralty supplied with coal for the
SITUATION IN FRANCE.
London-- Last night the sistur.tion in France was unchanged, ac
cording to official announcements at the war office. For three davs and
nights the German have hurled their armies against the Allies along
he entire front with unprecedented violence. Attempts' to force opening
have been met and repulsed at every point and Allies have been con
centrating their efforts to recapture the ground they have lost. The at
tacks upon the British armv resulted in heavy loss of men.
Germany's official statement is that since the war began slightly
more than 104.000 men have been killed and 10,000 wounded.
KAISER REPORTED ILL.
The Kaiser is reported to be ill with inflatnation of the lungs con
tracted after falling into n ditch at the front.
London Conflicting reports have been received here regarding
'lie Kaiser despatches to The T'mes. A report from Petrograd states
that he is Fast Prussia, and this has been confirmed from Antwerp.
Reports spread of cholera among Austrian troops and typhus rag
ng among the Germans around Brussels and Termonde.
THE MEXICAN TROUBLE
Baltimore Another factor which may hasten intervention in
Mexico was voiced here today at opening of convention of American
Federation of Catholic Scoieties. Bishop Schrembs intimated that it
was time to unite in protest to Washington against the alleged brutal
treatment of members of the Catholic faith in Mexico. Cardinal Gib
bons gave full approval to the demand.
Mexico Cit Three Commissioners have taken route to Agnas
J dientes to meet a commission from Bandit Villa in an attempt to
.each a peaceful solution of the present difficulties.
Chihuahua Villa savs that unless Carranza resigns the Presiden
cy he will continue the war. .
Washington Part of the crew of the Tahomas, wrecked oil Alas
ka, has been saved and boats have gone in search of twenty-two others
who landed on one of the smaller islands.
Sunday Sept. 27.
Sugar: Raws, 4. 'JIM.
Honolulu-- FItorts to find Gus Scluunan in Furope have failed,
ilonolulu lodges and State Department have tried everywhere. Is an
merican citizen but thought he inav have gone to war. Last heard of
Capt.tin Watkius, 25th. U. S. Infantry, found dead on ride range
villi bullet in brain. Circumstances mysterious May have been suicide.
Rich ird Trent, of Trent Trust, among thoc returning from Coast
;i steerage of Manchuria owing to crowded conditions.
Oliver K. Stillman ami Daniel Woodward, for uianv years con
nected with water department of Territory, have been asked for re
signations. Politics believed to be the cause.
THE SEAT OF WAR.
Paris -All forces of Germans and Allies were engaged yesterda
in the battle of the Aisne. Results according to reports are that the
Allies repulsed the Germans at every point and gained ground for
themselves. Battle was resumed on initiative of Germans, heavy fight
in;; taking place in east and west wing.
1) s-oeerv and ihj of ttu peuite by the French will probably make
wars impossible, is the opinion of experts.
London -Renter' reports the invasion of Cape Colony, South
I frica, from Namakualand bv a force of ,i(K) Germans, who crossed
j from the Orange Free State and occupied the town of Peiaitsa. a trad
j ing stition. Another German force invaded Becluianaland and made
j headquarters at Reidfontain, near C:'pe Colony.
The Hague Determination of Germans to resume operations in
I Belgium on large scale is indicated by continuous arrival of fresh
j troops at this place, while several Austrian regiments are on Belgian I sort
j ;oil rendy to take part. i thesf
4.. ......... A n.rni.i,i 'K.rfii .I 'i in fli-. nvf-r MnlTi-l 1(1 tnltfC criioli'
I if here, at an early hour this morning. The aviator drapped two!
bombs, both of which fell into the water,
RICA Hi EUROPE
(Continued from last issue.)
Paris has been written about so i managed to see some of the great
much that I will not try to add I fortifications of Paris. Little did
anything in that '.inc. 1 1 was nine ) we then think that in less than
years since I had seen Paris, and I j five months thev would have the
tound tha: the taxicab had chang- j most important need fr them,
ed to an autonr ibile; and it is I One day we joined a large party
strange that the a Ivctit of the auto- 'and motored out to Versailles and
taxi has completely changed the saw that wonderful palace so full
whole tenor of life in the large 1 f interest to French history. We
cities; and the beautiful boulevards j wcre entering the large and famous
have changed into a long line of UA 0f Mirrors, the joy of Louis
madlv racing machines, each trying I x VI and the pride of the French
to pass the other; and the way j people, when suddenly some Ger
thev flew in and out of another's j mans in the party asked where the
path and never se. iued to hit was j Coronation Hall was It was amus
a constant source of wonder and j jjr to see how peeved the guide be
came. Of course the Gentians were
referring to the time when King
William was crowned Fmperor of
Germany, and that was the very
ami saw eleven splendid balloons ! hall, The Germans couldn't have
go up in seccessio i and drift over 'chosen a better place to stage such
Paris. The members of the Club j an important event in and of course
every German tourist wants to see
the room in which the great Em
peror was crowned. And we saw
the rooms in which the great Na
poleon 1 had lived and worked,
and the home he built for Joseph
ine, and the little, crude, iron bed
ambassador and without that itilieslcj.it on at St. Helena; and in
one of the rooms we met a crowd
of sight-seers going the other way,
and who should we see among them
but Miss Finkkr, of Kekaha school
fame. Of course we could only say
"Ilellii'' and "Aloha", as it is a
penal offense to hold back a crowd
of sightseers;but the incident show
ed how small the earth is after all.
One night wc went to see the
divine Sarah Bernhardt, in he
own theater. She is a wonderful
actress but I don't think she ever
sat in her own theater, for the
s.ats were the most nncomfortable
I ever met with, the benches in
Waimea hall beins luxurious in
comparison. A lady usher showed
us our seats and then tried to hold
us up for a tip for finding them,
When I didn't understand her,
she became quite indignant. As I
noticed that others who came in
was not wise for a Frenchman
land on German soil.
Mr. Rumpclnicier seemingly
had no fear ot arrest as he was the
youthful j roprietor of the most
fashionable tea and coffee shoji in
all Paris and of course the thou
sands of Germans who w e r e
thronging Paris knew him as well
as KemjMnski's in Berlin, and sine
enough he had no trouble, although
he landed well into Germany.
The great event of our stay was
the visit paid to Paris by King
George and Queen Mary, and the
French jieojde gave tlie Fnglish a
roval welcome. They had a sjeci
al jilay nt tlie oji;-i a house, the
guests being invited by President
Poincare. A few tickets got into
the hands o: siiectilators and were
sold for 2,000 francs each.
One day there was sjiecial racing
and of course there was a crowd ave her a small coin. I found the
and all th ladies were dressed in .smallest I had it wasn't latge in
the very latest creations of Paqttin, any sense of the word -andgave'.it
etc., and looked exceedingly neat, to her as I left, with a cotnplimen
The King and (Jueen sat in the tary exjuession in French, and she
President's bo::, ami the crowd : seemed ajqteased.
surged in front, and it was only At the Baux Art we saw the
after five races had been run that j
the crowd took notice of the races
latest works of modern art. Most
of the jointings were very highly
coloicd. Somehow they d o not
Faster Sunday we spent at the ' quite come up to the standard of
home of afoitner Honolulu boy i tin olu Ma-ters.
and in ruling out in lusa;towe
fTo be continued.l
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VH1TE) AND COtONEL
THE K K .K A" '
- F Vui-lO SAVEO
KM K1DE2: ESPINOiA , ML"'
Tht-se .lie t pes of the soldiers
recently engaged in th? war on
Illicit. i in Mesico, and who will
take important parts in the Villa
rebellion, should a crisis of that
mi . I :i th I le n t i war
G'-iiciah were ad on the
same side It is not yet known
here how they have aligned them-
.tME WL OJEC3A . AND GENtRi"
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