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THE 'GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914
Continued from page 1.
Monday, October 1 2.
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Paris (today) A brisk engagement took place in northern France
yesterday between troops on the extreme left of the wing of the Allies'
line and the German cavalry, which had seized the points of passage
over the Lys river, east of the town of Aire.
The Germans were driven off and letired into Armentierres dis
trict and are now practically on the Belgian border, between Arras and
The Germans made a vigorous attack without making any progress
in the center. The Allies have driven the Germans back to a point be
tween Rove and Soissotis and gained some ground.
Ihe heaviest fighting took place in the Woevre district, where the
Germans delivered violent attacks in the region of Apieniont, which
was taken earlier in the day, retaken by the Allies and finally remain
ed in their hands.
From the right wing there was nothing reported, the impression
being that the results of the day's fighting were satisfactorv.
Two German aviators flew over 1'aris vesterday and launched a
score of bombs into different .quarters of the city, killing three c ivil
ians and wounding fourteen, trench aeroplanes went in pursuit.
Results not yet reported.
Petrograd Russian cavalry has cut to pieces several bodies of the
German advance guards, but at what place is not stated.
Paris Fighting continues southeast of Wirballen, in west Suwal
ki, between the Germans and Russians.
London Montenegrins have defeated the Austrians which were
attacking Serajevo, inflicting heavy losses upon them,
Tokio Japanese lines about Tsing Tau are closing in and fight
ing has begun in earnest. The Germans are employing the fire of
their torts and that of the warships in the harbor, as well as aeroplanes
and bombs in their effort to stop the advance of the besiegers.
Tne Japanese commanders report that they are sustaining no dam
age. They say that the fire from their warships has silenced the List
fort, and that the German warships in the harbor have been driven
out of range of Japanepe guns.
SiiBoston Today's game was as thrilling in character as has ever
been recorded in the annals of baseball, resulting in favor of the
Bostons, 5: Philadelhia, 4. Batteries Tyler and Goudy and Busch
and Schang. 12 innings.
Berlin Last Saturday in a fierce battle the German annv com-'
pletely routed a division of cavalry at Diussion, west of Lille. Gcr- ;
mans also inflicted severe losses on another division near Ilazebrouck.
The results of the campaign west of Arras still undecided. j
Piiris Pnvnlrv f tio:icptiifiit runlimi tip;ir T.:i R:msp. l'.stnirps mid '
Ilazebrouck. Between Arras and the river Oise the enemy's attacks ' but
OF JUDGE DICKEY
Kauai Jurist Interests Members
Of The Civic Convention
The three leading speeches pre
sented by Kauai delegates before
the Civic Convention on Maui were
as fnllows: "Co-operation," by J,
M. Lvdgate, published elsewhere
in this issue; ''Kauai," by Senator
K. A. Knudsen. which we hope to
be able to publish next week; and
the spjich of Jiul;e L. A. Dickey
at the banquet held on Monday
evening. Judge Dickey said:
"At the outset of this conven
tion changes were spoken of and I
have heard many delegates speak
of the changes on Maui since they
were here. I have noticed many
Iciianges niyselt since my boyhood
days he-re. There were no such
good roads as those I have passed
over each dav to and from the
meetings, nor do I remember any
such roads as those now at Haiku.
Next year von come to Kauai. I
doubt if so many will speak of
changes. Kauai lies off the usual
line of travel and to most of you is
an unknown part of the group, and
you will have no memory of tl t
place with which to make compari
sons. Some of the Ad Club members
weie there last vear and we show
ed that "It's always fair weather
when good fellows get together"
we wish you to see Kaud in
have failed; notablv between Lassigny and Rove. In the center some j wi-ather
progress is being made between Soissons and Verdun. In the osges ,
a night attack by the enemy south of St. Die has been repulsed.
London It is said the Germans lost 45.000 men in the attack on !
Antwprn we have men of resources in emer
that a 1 1 will call fair.
Some have thought Kauai could
not take care of such a throng but
Paris The Germans drooped bombs from aeroplanes between two
loaded crowded railroad trains: but tne bombs failed to explode..
Vienna Reinforcements have relieved the beleaguered Austrians
in the stronghold of Przmvsl. Russians have b en obliged to retire.
The Hagu 26.000 Belgians crossed the frontier and interned
Venice-Cholera is spreading rapidly in Austria. Case was dis
covered near the Swiss frontier. The cold is causing intense suffering.
Honolulu Two more German steamers reached this port, con
suming lotig time i n crossincr the Pacific. The Australian Govern
ment will make exception in Hawaii regarding shipment of meat, on
account of contract Hawaii Meat Co. has to furnish meat to the army
here; provided it is not reshipped.
The Catholic Knights of Columbus will visit here in a special
ste'imer chartered by them.
Second McCarn trial set for next Monday. On the first the Jury
stood seven for acquittal to five for conviction, up to dinner-time,
after which it became 6 to 6 and 'never again' changed.
gencies. Last Saturday we had a
rain on Kauai. One of our promi
nent citizens with his guests had
been spending the evening at a
friend's a n d returning found a
bridge over a stream swept away
with his seashore home on the
further side. He plunged through,
got bathing suits for the party and
thev all ended the evening with a
midnight swim homeward.
"The greatest change since my
boyhood is not the material growth
of Maui and the rest of the Islands
but the change in the sentiment
It is rumored that Special A;ent Offley will be back to probe the ! of brotherhood and common inter
McBryde Afong White Slave case
Continued on page 6
Passengers In And Out
All members of the Lihue Kegel
Club are cordially invited to be
present at the reading ot the re- ( from IIonoll,,l):
lien i ui iijc leniimiiicc em e;Jiii3L
in regard to the Silver cup, pre
sented bv Mr.C.W. Spitz, on Sat
urday. Oct. 17, 1914, 7:30 p. m.
Rules in this contest are drawn
up so that every player has a
chance to win the cup.
following arrived bv the
last Wednesday morni iig
est for which this convention
stands. A scientist was on a trip
in the woods when his guide had
a pain in the eir The scientist
looked in and with his microscope
discovered a bug, but did nothing
to help. When a friend asked why
he said "I have already in mv col
lection a sufficient number of that
L. A. Dickey, K. A. Knudsen, S. ! particular species of bug." This
A. Keystone, L. R. Dean. A. Blum, ! attitude is not with us here. We
A. Gartenberg, H. Wechselan, A. seek knowledge for our mutual
IHE NIGHT LETTER
SYSTEM TO START
The Wireless Department of the
Mutual Telephone Company will,
beginning with Thursday of this
week, inaugurate a night-letter
service between all points in the
Hawaiian Islands. Night letters
may be filed at any time during
the day, delivery being made the
following morning (the system
working much the same as that
of the telegraph companies on the
The minimun limit of the Night
Lettergrams between islands will
be twenty-five words, for which a
charge of $1.50 will be made. For
each additional word over twenty
five the charge will bs five cents
per word. The twenty-five word
limit includes also address and
This Night Letter system will
he an immense advantage to per
sons wishing to send messages of
considerable length without extrar
ordinarily large costs, and do not
object to delivery being deferred
to the following morning.
Kauai Girls Mentioned
Miss Electra Williams was host
ess at a delightful dancant at Cas
tle Hall, Punahou Academy, last
Monday afternoon in celebration,
of her birthday. During the after
noon refreshments were served to
her guests, who were Miss Flof
ence Chalmers. Miss Myrtle Tay
lor, Miss Marguerite Briand, Miss
Dora Lvdgate, Miss Thelma Mc
Quaid. Miss Alice McQuaid, Miss
May Gay, Miss Elsie Gav, Miss
Winnifred Wadsworth, Miss Ag
nes Chalmers, Miss Kathlcn 0'
Dowda, Miss Aileen Gibb, Miss
Esther Gibb, Miss Blanche Wish
ard. Miss Buchanan. Mrs. Bettis,
Mrs. M. F. Bettis. Miss Mary
Forrest. Miss Louise Churchill.
Miss Ruth Harrison, Miss Doro
thy Forsythe. Miss Elsa Meinec
ke, Miss Mildred Chapin, Miss
Catherine Johnson. Mrs. Taylor
and Miss Margaret Austiu.
Notice i s hereby given that
Leoug Chung has retired from the
management of the affairs of the
Wailua Rice Mill Co. and Poi
Factory, ami that in his steael.
Fong Tai Kam (Ah Chock) of
Kupaia was, at a meeting of the
co-partners held on Septembei 3rd,
1914, duly elected Manager of said
Wailua Rice Mill Co. and Poi
Factors-, with full power to tran
sact all business of said co-partnership.
Sept 29-Oct 6-14-20-27. 5t.
1 Ewart. Miss I. Kingsbury. W.
H. Fry, C. P. Hong. Mrs. C. A.
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Silva,
Wm. Kelly, R. G. Maehara, Mr.
Adyt. land Mrs. Jardin, J. L. Huddy,
:M Shimamura, Miss E. Hano, A.j
V. Peters. H. P. Faye, L. J. War-)
ren, T. J. Blackstad. W. libeling,
C. W. Spitz, Mrs. W. B. Whit- j
tington, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Don-
aid, Miss Donald, Robert Puuki, J
I Ben Olivira, R. H. K.uuau and 17 !
The following arrived by the W
G. Hall Friday morning from Ho
O. A. Berndt, H. F. Wheeler.1
M. Pollock, C.H. Brown, C. Hede-
man, A. Humburg, J. M. Lvdgate,
A. Horner, I. O. Lutted, T. Shin-,
j zaki, Ah Chock and 17 deck. I
High School Wins
I'cr a new institution, the Ka
uai High and Grammar School has
made a promising start in the mat
ter of baseball Last Fridsy after
noon the High'School's team went
up against the crack team of Lihue
school, and won. the score being
12 to 8.
THE ANDRADE CASE
SET FOR OCT. 21
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
Notice to the Parents and
Guardians of the District
Vnii urv lu r.'liy imtilicil that all nut
yet siiwssfiilly vacvinutc'l cliihlivn will
U- yucvinatfil liy the uvcriiiiii'iit physi
cian a fnl in:
At Kllil:l hi'h'iul, Oc t. l'ltll
11 A. M.
j At Anahularii-hiiiil, (K t. Ilith I'M 4 after
11 A. M.
This ik dire i.i liiven in onlcr t all'nr.l
you an oiiurtmiity to ! iivscnt ut snrh
1 v:i 'i iiiation il you so clcsiiv, iii conliii
! Att Ho, Sc.-.-ion Laws of IW.l.
1K. KaKI. lloFKMAV,
Ihe change, of course is not
in something new. but in the em
phasis, the public recognition and
advertisement of our sentiments,
for eightx vears ago on North Ka
uai there was cooperation. A lit-; Attorney Wsrrtn came over
tie Hawaiian comui unity under . horn Honolulu last Wednesday to
leadership of its voting raster went ' aDPear in the casc of th McBryde
into the sugarcane business to get j Sugar Co. vs. Manuel Andrade,
mn, iev to build a church. A 1 1 j petition for injunction. K. C.
worked. The juice was boiled in , Peters, attorney for respondent,
an iron pot from a whaleship and failed to appear. After hearing
drained at.d dried in lanhala mats, j counsel for petitioner, the court
The profits were only three or four ' se October 21 as the date for hear
hundred dollars but enough to ing argument.
build a church and buy a church j After the jurv liial of Androde
bell. It was a successful enterprise o:i the charge of assault, the plan
am1, the grandsons of the early tati-n moved for a permanent in
pastor now manage sugar planta- junction and securtd from the
'.ions on this island and are helping court a temporary order. It is the
on the success of this convention, permanent injunction question that
"Our peace meeting Sunday ! will be argued when once the case
noon is tvpical of this general' s "P again
change. It is perhaps the first lime ! S. Ii. Hannestad, Esq., appeurs
in the history of the world that the with Mr. Warren as an attorney
I people of a great nation through- for the petitioner.
out its length and breadth have,
j devoted themselves at one :iiue to , toons of this war deal in skeletons
thoughts not of themselves but of and specters of famine and carnage.
lui I afti-rj and. after a preliminary hearing, j the troubles of foreign nations and 1 We call it the tragedy of the aj:
was committed t o the Circuit ! their peace ami welfare. In our and feel that patriotism and courayr
Court for trial by jurv. ! meeting place is a familiar picture '. can be shown in other ways. V t
Pacero has made a statement to of grandfather, sou and yinndson of this convention when we conftr
the sheriff in which he admitted going to battle. We have for years together on tourists, sanitation and
shooting Valentine, but stated that 1 been drawing lessoi s of patriot- business genet ally with noisy gro.l
' at the time he believed his own life ism , bravery and self sacrifice from fellowship are in a better wa
was in danger at the hands of the .war, but the prevailing thought lighting shouleler to shoulder tot
1-t ; dead man. now is not in tins line. 1 he car-. our liberties ana our uomes.
Held For Murder
Juan Pacero, the Filipino arrest
Sunday night a week ago for
shooting and killing one Valentine
I pong, was arraigned in J eid.e
Dole's court yesterday morning.