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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1915
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Continued from page 1
Monday January 4.
GREAT BRITAIN WILL PAY
Washington Great Britain has agreed to pay (or all rosin and
turpentine seized by her warships prior to December as contraband.
This covers a part of the complaint made by the United States.
RAINS STOP HOSTILITIES
London A cessation of the offensive operations of the Allies in
Belgium has been brought about by the cold, winter rains. Fk'hting
for positions occupied bv the enemy continues, however, with vigor.
A portion of a fleet of the Allies has appeared off the westend,
but has not yet lired on the German positions.
A Paris despatch says that artillery duels continue except al I,ys
and Arras, which are silent.
Heavy fighting took place yesterday at Beausejour, at which the
Allies inflicted damage on the etiemv.
CONSCRIPTION "IN ENGLAND
It is broadly hinted by the secretary of the admiralty that cotir
scription niny be resorted to tobring Britishers to a sence of their loyalty.
Young men without dependents will be required to go to the front.
Heretofore enlistments for the war have been voluntary.
RUSSIANS PRESSING AUSTRIA.
Petrograd The invasion of Hungary by the Russian army is
making rapid headwav. The Auslrians are badly defeated and seem
unable to rally.
General successes are attending the operations against Cracow.
BERLIN HEARS DIFFERENTLY.
Berlin No changes have taken place in cast Prussia and north
Poland. The week's battling along the Vistula has resulted favorably
to the Germans.
TURKS REPORT SUCCESSES.
Constantinople Turkish successes are reported from Transcau
casia. DOWN IN MOB-LAND
Vera Cruz The brother of Carranzn and his staff have been be
trayed to the enemy and captured.
AN UNUSUAL CONFESSION
Salem An inmate of the insane asylum here has confessed to
haing committed a murder three years ago for which another man
was, convicted and sentenced to death.
KINNEY IS RETURNING
Honolulu W. A. Kinney, the well known attorn y, formerly of
Honolulu, has been engaged to act for Mrs. Knight in her contest of
the will of the late Mrs. Thelma Smart. Mr. Kiunev is now on his
way from Nova Scotia to Honolulu.
Mrs. Thelma Smart, who died recently in San Francisco, willed
all of her property to her husband, cutting out her mother, Mrs.
Knight, and other relations. Mrs. Knight claims that Mrs. Smart
had been hypnotized by her husband at the time she made the will.
Inasmuch as more than a million dollars (probably as much as two
millions) are involved, the case will likely be a big and interesting
one. Mrs. Knight was a daughter-in-law of Colonel Sam Parker, and
Mrs. Smart was the Colonel's Granddaughter.
Sunday, January 3.
Sugar; Raws, 4.07. Market strong.
INVASION OF HUNGARY BEGUN.
Petrograd The invasion of Hungary by the Russians has begun
in earnest The four main passes through the Carpathian mountains
have been captured and occupied. Through these the Russians are
streaming in four armies, sweeping everything before them. The
northern foothills have been entirely cleared of Austriaus. The Rus
sian advance is along the southern roads, clearing the districts of
Galicia south of the Dneister and right to mountains.
TURK ARMIES ENTER RUSSIA
In the Transcaucasiau theater of war the Turks, under the lead
ership of German officers, have entered Russia in three places, and
are driving northward-
VON DER GOLTZ TO FRONT.
Berlin Field Marshall Von Der Goltz, who is in supreme com
mand of the Turkish army, has left for the front.
'GREECE AND NEUTRALITY.
Atnens ureece will maintain strict neutrality unless forced into
the war by aggressions on Greek territory.
SAILORS FROM THE FORMIDABLE
London A cutter containing fifty of the crew of the British bat'
tie-ship Formidable which was blown up by a mine reached Dor
setshire yesterday Several had died from exposure before reaching
the shore. The total saved from the wreck is 201.
EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK
New York Secret Service men believe they have unearthed a
conspiracy to send German reservists from New York to the front in
Europe. It is a case of svstematic fraud in obtaining passports. Sus
picion was aroused by evidence brought out in the Lody trial in Lon
don. A number of arrests have already been made.
LITERACY TEST PASSED.
Washington The literacy test in the immigration bill has nnssed
the Senate, but may be vetoed bv the President. j
Senator Gallinger vestei day offered a resolution, the object of
which would be to repeal both the Underwood tariff bill and the Payne-1
Aldrich tariff law. 1
Orders have been issued to Colonel James Lockett, commanding !
in Colorado, to withdraw all United States troops from the late strike
Saturday Afternoon. !
Honolulu Coke says not after district attorney's job. Wants'
more power in Utilities Commission. Has gone to Washington to se
cure it for Commission. Appointments on committees may split Lane's'
Sydney In one hundred yard swimming race Kahanamoku won'
in fifty three, four fifths; Cunha second; Barry third. This is world's'
record. ' '
Washington Taft says immediate independence Philippines
would be disastrous in extreme.
San Francisco Steamer San Juan, Pacific Mail Co., held by Mexi
can authorities Salina Cruz. Threatened with destruction dynamite
because captain refused surrender eighty soldiers with horses to Car
ranza. London Russian atmy now reported passing through Carpathian
mountains after victory over Austriaus.
Though campaign between Russians and Turks exceedingly clou-'
dy as to details, reported in Athens fall Constantinople is near. Sul
tan and court preparing to leave city. Attack of Turkish troops a
gainst Egypt apparently postponed. British official eye-witness of
German situation reports Germany. lacks neither men nor material and
have no consciousness that thev are defeated. Believe Russia decisive
ly defeated. Realize war will last longer than at first believed.
Berlin- -Enemy's attacks Nieuport repulsed. In Argonne we have
progressed along entire front. Despite French assertion, we have not
lost a single house in Steinbach. All attacks repulsed.
Petrograd Austrian forces i n Galicia again defeated. Three
thousand prisoners taken by Russians.
Washington American oil-tanker belonging Standard Oil seized
for second time by British vessels, though unofficial assurances reach
ed Washington she will be released.
Paris Enemy has delivered scries attacks against almost entire
allies' front but has cverywuere been repulsed. In Steinbach we have
occupied three new lines of houses. In fighting here enemy lost heavily.
Litchfield Ashes of W. W. Rockhill buried here todav.
Saturday, January 2.
Honolulu Isaac Ihihi and wife drowned Waikiki yesterday. Two
children with them saved by prompt action Harold Castle and Dudie
Still no clue to persons who ran down and killed aged Hawaiian
London Warship "Formidable'' torpedoed by German submarine
early Friday. Six hundred men went down. Locality of affair not
Dispatches received from two different sources highly contradic
tory as to health conditions of Kaiser. One'savs good health; other
says in serious condition.
In western theater war neither side able to make decided progress
Opposing armies engaged making strong entrenchments.
Heavy fighting going on Argonne district. Attempt retake St.
Georges by Germans abandoned account high water. French aviators
bombarded railway stations Metz and Arncville and French continue
make progress foot by foot at Steinbach. Indications from Petrograd
are to effect northern Poland neither opposing armies can make head
way both sides entrenched.
Armies will wait cold weather harden ground.
Washington It is expected prompt action will be taken by Bri
tish on matter president's note. Four monarchs-kings of England,
Belgium, Sweden and Norway and German Ambassador send greet
ings to president Wilson.
Copenhagen Shipment copper said to have been sent by Gernian
Anierican held i'p here.
Berlin French have suffered series of reverses in Morocco. Tribes
men have diiven them back from Taugiers.
Paris President Poiucairc told group diplomats yesterday that he
expected war to continue another year.
San Francisco Railway shops Southern Pacific will resume work
London (Official) British battleship Formidable been sunk in
ICnglish channel. A light cruiser has? rescued 71 survivors.
Berlin (Official) from Rheims to sea the-e aie only artillery en
gagements taking place. The enemy has fruitlessly bombarded St.
Georges in an attempt to retake it.
Berlin (official) The attempt to
by Germans on account of high water,
molished the entire village. East of
English trench. In argonne we have
chine guns, four mine throwers, much ammunition
Northwest of St. Mihiel artillery has set fire to a French camp.
At Flirev we repulsed new French attacks.
Paris President Poiucairc told assembled diplomats who called
on him todav that next year's assembly will undoubtedly see peace
Paris An air raid by Germany has taken place at Dunkirk, four
aeroplanes bombarding the French channel port on Thursday Damage
i;-. not stated.
retake St. Georges abandoned
The enemv '.s artillery has de
Bethune we have captured an
taken 400 prisoners, six ma-
LOTS WANTED IN
THE KAPHA TRACT
The following filed applications
for the government lots i n the
1 Ioanl Kolac, 2 Manuel R.
Aguiar, Jr., 3 Johnny S. Rapoza,
4 -An tone M. Sotiza, 5 Satsuki
Fukumoto, 6 John Ornellas.
7 Mrs. Louisa Sheldon, 8
Cora Clement, 9 Gcoige Brooks,
10 Au Tai Yau, 11 J. F. Betten
court Jr . 12 Tonquiin de Souza.
13 Joseph Nunes, 14 William
W. Malloy, 15 Carrie F. Betten
coutt, 16 Mrs. Gloria F. Teves.
17 Mrs. Funny Kainii, 18 Mrs,
Sarah Waialeale, 19 Manuel P.
20 Nicholas K. Kcmiki. 21
Albert John Kaleo, 22 Mrs. Jo
hann.ih Ebingcr, 23 Louis Rapo
zo, 24 Mrs. Alice M. Rodrigues,
25 Mrs. Mary Fcrreira, 26 lohn
Mendesjr., 27 John F. Rapozo,
28 Frank Pinto de Silva, 29
John Rodrigues Jr., 30 Louis
Ferreira, 31 Mrs. Maria Teixeira
32 Arthur G. Rapozo, 33 Willi
am Ebingcr, 34 Joe Teixeira, 35
Antone Teixeira, 36 Robert
Puuki (Judge), 37 Mrs. Rosie
Bettencourtjr., 38 Charlie Ebin
ger, 39 William Rodrigues.
40 Manuel Correa, 41 M r s.
Julia K. Opio, 42 Alfred de Sou
za, 43 Apela Koalii, 44 John
Opio, -15 Mrs. Marie Ferreira,
46 Manuel Rapoza Ventura, 47
Mrs. Maria Mladnich, 48 Caesar
Clement, 49 Au Kon Yen, 50
Au Yuen Chong, 51 Mrs. Maria
de 'Souza, 52 Mrs. Daisie Kevse,
53-Harry G. Gobleman, 54
Solomon Opio, 55 Au Tai Hon,
56 Masayuki Takemoto, 57 Au
Tai Ting, 58 Joe Rapoza Teves,
59 Jose Jalindo.
60 Mrs. Lizzie Ilalaole, 61
Jule Rapozo, 62 Au Tai How,
63 John Viveiros Jr., 64 Alex
ander Koon Yee, 65 Fred Mcndes
66 Antone Rodrigues Rente, 67
Daniel P. II a n o, 68- Henry
Thomas Sheldon, 69 Mrs. Maria
R. Rapoza, 70 Minnie Malloy, 71
Kathrina Jose, 72 In Koon
Kin, 73 J a m e s Kamokulana
Apolo, 74 John Oruellas, 75
Mrs. Amelia Mendes J r., 76
Mrs. Carrie J. K. Apolo, 77
Virginia Correa, 7S Ching Dai
Bew, 79 Vincent Souza,. 80
Kauai, The Same
The Hilo Tribune says:
ITilo might do well to have a
representative in Honolulu, to aid
in Promotion work, much as Ho
nolulu has had one in San Francis
co. He should be a well inform
ed, enthusiastic citizen, of plenty
of voluble capacity, and should be
a member of the general Hawaii
Promotion Committee. If promo
tion work is worth keeping up at
all, or contributing to, it is worth
following up, and there is a rather
well grounded suspicion that what
this island pays for promotion
work goes to aid a more or less de
finite campaign against this com
munity, as far as tourists are concerned.
Find The Jackass
The Maui News says editorially
"Jackass diplomacy," is what
the Advertiser characterizes Presi
dent Wilson's note of protest to
England against the seizure of
American cargoes by the British
fleet. It's a safe guess that real
Americans gfneially are just jack
asses enough to thoroughly ap
prove this particular piece of
The Koioa Wharf
I The freighter Arizonan is ex
j pected at Por Allen the last of the
' week, although there seems to be a
little doubt about her arrival as a re
port has come in that she had been
delayed en route.
Kekaha Sugar Company and
Waimea Mill Company paid divi
dends of $l.r0 per. share, respec
tively, on January 2.
Among the returning passengers
in Che W. G. Hall Friday morning
were Mrs. B. D. Baldwin, of Ma
kaweli, and Mis. II. I). Wishard,
Mrs. A. Wilson, mother of the
Misses Wilson, teachers i n the
Kolca school, arrived in the W.
G. Hall Saturday morning on a
visit to her daughters.
The preliminaries for construct
ing the new government wharf at
Koloa have been practically settled
and actual work will begin very
shortly after the survey lias been
completed. The wharf will b e
fully large enough for all purposes,
and will have ample landing ac
coinmodations for passengers and
Went To Honolulu
turned to Honolulu by the Kinau
Saturday night, the full list of
rncCfiifTrr; limner oc fr11rtit
J. Douse, Miss Douse, A. Douse
Mrs. A. Douse, II. P. Lyman, F.
A T T ... -r- , . .
JvYiii.m. r r o in meeie iur
Shinda, Mrs. Shinda, CleinAkina
A. D. Mc Fee. From Koloa
Miss L. idinha. From Nawili
wili W. K. W erncr, C. I?
French, E. M. Cheatham, F. R
Tracy, Miss H. Haae, Frank Jor
.1 T',. . . .....
nan. .miss i'. 1'iuar. ,miss u. Pillar
K. O. Kim. P. E. Baldwin, C. B
Baldwin, Hans Hansen. Miss I,
Martin? H. G. Spalding, M. Lyd
gate, F. W. Brondbent, F. Zoller
Miss J. Deems, Miss M. Hastie
W Pnnci' T Tfnrrito A'..- t?..:
j , . . ., i'uyr
ta, Mrs. Ilofgaard, Miss E. Rice
r 1 T" !11 r
oiuuuru ucvenn, .miss n.iJevcri
"r tv mi r- t t . .
wis. uevenn, v.. v. spitz.
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j j &
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