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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914
Continued from page 6
ENGLAND P0RIIIB1TS SUGAR
The British government lus prohibited the importation of sugar
by private individuals and corporation, with the object of preventing
the sale of German and Austrian sugar in England through neutral
countries. It is figured that the demand for sugar can be supplied
from the 900,000 tons which has already been contracted for v the
A general round-up of German commerce destroyers has been
ordered by the Admiralty. The work of convoying troopships from
England to the continent has been completed, and the fleets used
for this purpose will now sweep the seas in search ot these commerce
An early report that the Allies had broken through the German
line at Eecloo has not been confirmed.
During the occupancy of Routers by the Germans, forty citizens
OPERATIONS AT KIAUCHAU
Tokio It is reported from the war office that one foit in the de
fense of Kiauchau has fallen before attacks of the lapanese. Opera
tions now consist mainly of airoplane reconnaissance and bomb drop
ping. HONOLULU NEWS ITEMS
Deputy Sheriff Julius W. Asch leaves at noon today for the coast
to bring back W. F. Arnistr formerly of May & Company, who is
charged with embezzling ' 't bonds of the Loval Ordei of Moose,
and for whom extradition ha been granted by the governor of Cali
fornia. The McCarn case drags along, the only diversion being spats b;
tween McCarn, acting as his own attorney, and McBryde.
Copenhagen The German shipbuilding yard at Kiel is construct
ing 30 armored lighters; each with a capacity foi 500 men and making
a speed of nine ni'les an hour.
Honolulu The German consul has received following todav:
Belgian coast one British ciuiscr disabled by shell fire from field artil
lery. One stranded off coast of Scotland. 2,000 Biitish soldier., with
machine guns taken prisoners at Lille. Decision there is imminent.
Ktudcn for third time sunk five British steamers, one dredger off the
Indian coast. British cruisers Aretliusia, Fearless and destroyers
only saved at last moment.
Tenetiffe German steamer Crefeld carrying crews of British ves-
sels has arrived bringing news of exploits of the cruiser Carlsruhe,
operating against merchantmen,
London The Swedish steamer Alice homeward 1 ound struck a
mine in the North Sea. Vessel was sunk in 3 minutes, crew and pas
Officially announced that Prince Maximillian, of Hesse, nephew
of Kaiser, was killed at Mt. Descat.
Rotterdam The westward movement of German soldiers leaves
only a few hundred men to garrison the city of Antwerp.
Lisbon Revolting monarchists attempted an uprising in north
em Portugal but were put down.
London The Duke of Roxburgh, husband of Mary Goelet, is re
covering from se-ious wounds received at front.
New York The Spanish steamer Telesfora from Buenos Ayres,
reports having collided with the French cruiser Descartes in the har
bor of St. Lucia and cruiser was seriously damaged.
Paris The French feel the attack of the Germans butare main
taining their positions through the entire region between the sea and
the canal of La Passe.
London The German line has reinforced its troops and is attack
ing the French right with renewed vigor. The battle is now swaving'
backward and forward. Both sides are gaining temporary victories to
Tje slcceeded bv reverses. Some French warships arc aiding British
monitors in fighting on the Allies left,
The present conflict of the two great armies is the bloodiest vet
reported, and is accompanied with tremendous fatalities.
Berlin On the Yser vesterday thcGermans achieved success. Fast
off Lille Germans took several villages.
Honolulu Hot words passed between McCarn and McBryde to
day. The trial is progressing slowly.
Friday, October 23.
Sugar: Raws, 4.21.
London The Germans have been defeated in attempts to advance
in Belgium. French center made substantial advances toward Long
wy. Desperate fighting near Lille, 'enough for the Allies artillerv to
bombard the citv and drive out the German garrison, the Germans re
treating through the burning villages of Schooten, Leftnuse, Wilsker
ke and Slype.
Germans are entrenching and installing heavy artillery at Zer
brugge, where it seems evident thev into l to assume the defensive.
Before retiring from Ostend they sunt orders to citizens to supply
them with 6,000 bottles of wine.
Lille is a mass of ruins. Germans still hold position west of citv.
French troops captured 7,000 prisoners, 3 guns and 31 flags in
driving the Germans back from Chalons--Sur-Marne, towards Long
wy, on Luxemburg border.
Washington Reports received here yesterday agree that the main
fighting of the day was along line taken by the Allies in the southwest
of Belgium. extending from seacoast to Yser canal, through Dixmunden,
this line being a continuation oi the main line Allies left wing.
Germans reformed bv ncally all of their available troops in
Belgium and by a detaebnn : of marines sent to the front from Ant
werp, hurled their columns against the Allies Hue, attempting to break
through. In no place were the Allies forced to give ground."
Germans repeatedly repulsed with heavy losses.
Fierce artillerv duel alne line in Belgium.
The British fleet is operating northeast ot Niuport, toward Os
tend. while the big fight progresses along the Yser canal.
General Von Trip is among the German slain.
Vienna There is an unconfirmed report here that Italians have
been lauded at Aviona, Albania.
London It is reported that General Von Moltke is dying of
There has been desperate engagements in Galicia. The advance
of the Russians toward the Vistula is being stubbornly contested.
ine K.ansrune continues to sink vessels on the Atlantic. Her
prey now numbers thirteen British meichantmen.
A marine base on an uninhabited island in the Shetland.? has beei
located and broken up.
According to a Warsaw despatch, the Kaiser and his staff have
retreated hncK into bilesia, in the direction of Breslan.
The presence on the fighting line of troops from Siberia, indicates
mobilization m remote parts of the Russiau empire being completed
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uimHa ui u.uanuiiia in ruianci. wiiue not uecisive. may prove
timing point or me war.
City of Mexico There is an unconfirmed rumor here that former
presiuem, rornrio uiaz, is dead.
E Paso The Peace Convention ended in failing.
Honolulu -Decrease in tuberculosis is announced by the Board of
The matter of changing the official time of the Islands will be dis
cussed again next Tuesday.
Sugar Chemists' Association elected the following officers: II P
Agee, president; G. Giocatnetti, vice president; S. S. Peck, secretary
treasurer. Executive committee: I A Vt-rret.-H. fohnson, C. Halden
J. E. Biela, A. Fries and Robert S. Norris.
have been improved by the new
Metallic Systc - we
are at your : !ce
under the old nu; . . vs, viz:
Office and Manager
Note the following change:
82 Meat Market
eparate line having been installed to improve
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524
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two pound. Milk Cliocolati'H oOi Hindi box ; $1.00
large box. No ch.nw for postage.
HAWAII TUNA CLUB
II . Gooding Field , secretary of
the new Hawaii Tuna Club, sends
a letter to Tiik Gakden Island,
and request that it be published for
t h e information of anglers on
Kauai. Following are extracts
The well wishers ot the club
have come forward so willinelv in
offering club house facilities, and
other accommodation, that the
Directors feel that the anticipated
large expenses in providing suita
ble quarters has been materially
lessened, hence their waiving of
the initiation fee. Mr. L. Wcinz
heinier has placed at the disposal)
of the Tuna club members his
commodious beach house at Lnha
ina, and Mr. George Freeland of
the Pioneer Hotel has set aside tor
the exclusive use of the club the
large ground floor room in the new
annex to his hotel at Lahaina. The
Trail and Mountain Club has als :
extended the eo -rtesies ot their
rest house fncil'ties at shore point
on the Islands of Oahu and Maui
The Outrigger Club has also offer
ed locker space a t its Waikiki
headquarters for the Tuna club.
It is the intention of the Direc
tors of the Hawaii Tuna Club to
make the organization the medium
for healthy sport and good fellow
ship. Game fishing with rod and
reel is always a panacea for busi
ness and other worries; at Avalon,
the home of the Tuna Club of
Santa Catalina Island, California,
all cares are thrown to the wind
and feed to the fishes. The very
object of the local Tuna Club be
speaks broadness of purpose, as it
aims primarily at a higher devel
opment of sea angling in the Ha
waiian waters and the protection
of onr game fish. One of the most
enjoyable features of the club will
be the fishing competition among
i its members, and the honor of
'winning and wearing the club
Two seater and double rum
ble Overland automobile in good
condition. Will sell for cash very
!Yt. J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
Notice i s hereby given that
Leong Chung has retired from the
management of the affairs of the
Wailua Rice Mill Co. and Poi
Factory, and that in his stead.
Fong Tai Kam (Ah Chock) of
Kapaia was, at a meeting of the
co-partners held on September 3rd,
1914, duly elected Mf :vt-of said
Wailua Rice Mill C. . nd Poi
Factory, with full power to tran
sact all business of said co-partnership.
Sept 29-Oct 6-14-20-27. 51.
Limes For Sale
Choice, fresh limes in any quan
tity at 75 cents and Si per hund
red, according to size. etc. Apply
J. C. Jerves, Kalaheo, or ring up
Wanted to buy a buggy horse.
Not over S75. 00. See Mr. John
ston, Huleia School. Advt.
button bv successful anglers. With
Lahaina as the center of the club
activities, on account of the great
variety of game fish and desirable
fishirg grounds in its close vicini
ty, and a lively interest shown at
other points on. the Islands of the
group where fishing accommoda
tions h a v e been so generously
placed at the disposal ot the club
members, a friendly rivalry will
be developed among local sea ang
lers which will result in keeping
up the standard o f clean sport
among lovers o: the out-of door
Stevens clock registeis will be
! established on the North Wailua
and east branch of North Wailua
( In this column, continuing until
election day, will appear the cards
of candidates for the Hawaiian
Legislature. Voters are urged to
read them over carefully each
week, and act accordingly).
FOR THE SENATE
Sept. 15, 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I wish to extend my sincere
thanks to the voters of Kauai for
the s u p port given me in the
primary for the Republican nomina
tion for the Senate.
I feel that I can rely upon mv
past record in the Senate as a legi
timate and reasonable basis of ap
peal fo the voters of Kauai for their
support at the polls in November
Very truly yours,
E. A. Knudsen
Statement Olf TlIK OwfttK
sun', Management, Circula
tion, Etc., oi- "Tiik Gadkn
J island" published weekly at Li
I hue. Hawaii, required by the Act
of August 24, 1912.
Editor. L. I). Tiininons Lihue,
HON. J. II. COXEY.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I beg to acknowledge, with
thanks, the support given me in
all the precincts in the primary for
the nomination on the Republican
ticket for the House.
Soliciting your individual and
united support, in the campaign,
and at the polls in November, I am.
J. H. Coney,
Representative Sixth District.
Sept. 15. 1914.
FOR THE HOUSE OF
To the Voters of Kauai:
I take this occasion to thank
everyone who voted for me in the
primary and gave me the nomina
tion as a Republican candidate for
the House of Representatives.
If elected, I promise the people
of this island a vigorous and in
telligent administration of their
I solicit your support and votes
at the regular election in Novem
ber. Sincerely yours,
James K. Kula
Koloa, Kauai. Sept. 15. 1914.
The Honolulu Construction &
Droying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
waiian Express Co. and Nieper's
Express, assure all Kauai passen
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
livery and courteous treatment.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
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Roaches, Ants, Fleas,
Chicken Lice, etc., are effect
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