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THE GARDKN. ISLAND. "1UKSP AY, JANUARY 26 1915
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Monday January 25.
DIG NAVAL BATTLE
Loudon A German raiding squadron, consisting of three miglitv
cruisers, with a number of destroyers and light cruisers was met off the
east coast of England yestetdav by a British battle cruiser squadron.
A running fight followed, the Germans seeking safetv in flight to their
mine field off Heligoland.
The German cruiser Blucher was sunk and the British battleship
Lion, which was left behind to watch results, picked up 133 of her
The Germans were chased to the edge of their mine field.
This is said to have been, in some respects, the niot important
sea fight of the war. Besides the sinking of the Blucher, two battle
cruisers were crippled.
REPORT FROM BERLIN
Berlin The Russians have been repulsed in several attacks.
In east Prussia the situation is unchanged.
The Russians are preparing to take up the defensive in Galicia.
They are strengthening their third line of defense. -
VIENNA SEEMS CHEERFUL
Vienna The Russian invasion of western Hungary is at a stand
still. The Austrians are beginning to assume the ascendency there.
AMERICAN CONSUL INJURED
Paris American Consul Merrill, at Dunkirk, was severely wound
ed in an explosion due to aerial raid.
DUKE KAHANAMOKU WINS.
Sydney, Australia Duke Kahanamoku, of Honolulu, won the
hundred yards dash in the swimming events yesterday (Sunday), his
time being 55 3-5.
CARRANZA DENIES ATTACK.
Washington Carranza denies that Tntnpico has been attached.
TONG MRS START AGAIN.
San Francisco Seven Chinese are under arrest for taking part
in a Tong war. Stockton iu also having troubles of the same nature.
TROUBLE IN SOUTH AFRICA.
Pretoria A strong force of rebels attacked Maritz and Kemp.
They had 1200 men and four pieces of artillery.
THE NIGGER PEEPS OUT.
Washington Cardinal Gibbous supports President Wilson in the
latter's objections to the literacy test in the new immigration bill,
which he says would bar manv desirable immigrants.
RELIEF SHIP'S BAD LUCK
Halifax The relief ship Camilla broke from her tow at sea,
her rudder in a storm and arrived back at this port yesterday.
DACIA DELAYED BY WEATHER
Galveston The Dacia. the cotton laden vessel intended for
many, about which there has been so much correspondence, has
yet sailed on account of bad weather.
PATROL CANADIAN BORDER
Vancouver Conferences will be held heie today legarding pntrol
ing the Canadian-American border to prevent citizens of hostilel
countries crossing the border to America and sailing for Eutopc to
enter the war.
SUPERVISORS AT LOGGERHEADS
Honolulu The "Big Four," Supervisors. Larseu, Horner, Logan
and (juinn, are arrayed against Mayor Lane in the matter of appoint
Sunday, January 24.
AIRSHIP RAIDS YESTERDAY
London Renewed aerial activities of the Germans and Allies
furnished spectacular features of yesterday's fighting in Flanders.
There were air raids by the Germans on the Allies' lines and on cities
in the rear, and raids by British and French upon German positions
in Flanders. The Allies levisited Zeerbrugge, the raid bein'g signalh
Nothing of a very definite character has come from the fighting
in Alsace and Flanders during the past few days. In Aisace it is re-''
ported that the French were repulsed, though the French claim to have
advanced at La Basse.
GERMANY FORCES ROUMANiA.
Germany is forcing the hand of Roumania by sending a peremp
tory note asking for explantation of reasons for latter's mobilization
of army, which Germany claims is tantamount to a hostile act. Tins
move may hasten the plans of other Balkan States.
German reinforcements are being poured into Hungary to help
defend the border along the Roumanian frontier in event of attack
from the latter country.
PORTE DOESN'T EXPLAIN
Rome The government of Turkey has failed to saMsfv Italy in
her demand for the release of the Biitish consul seized in the Italian
consulate in Arabia. The consul is still a prisoner
COAST TO COAST TELEPHONE
San Francisco The Coast-to-Coast telephone line will be opened
for service today.
Boston lliiirv K. Thaw, on his w.iv from Ncv. Ham,' ire to the
Tomb? in New Yoi k, w.i; cheered at iailwa stations enroutc.
' ARIZONA PENSIONS WIDOWERS
Phoenix The governor ii n s git d the ''ill for pensioning widow
ers with children in u. Stale ho .ne nn. bU to take cue of I'lem
aelvts. (.It lllnv h Ihnt tlu above rof.r- to "widows ' in nheeof " wid
owers" Ed. Gard. Isl.)
MADERO'S MURDERER ARRESTED
Mexico Cuv Tlwe murderer ot the m other of
who was kilied two yar9 no, i under .met. He
WHAT IS "DEMOTIOr MIL?
Honolulu -Hawaii "demotion" bill in hands ot the President
for his.Mgnaturc. Passed Senate without :oin; t" Conference. (.Tint
iti.tv refer to tlwt bill relating to appeal from Hawaii courts.- Kd.
Another gre: girr swimmer of tiie Coast tnav be bromjlu here for
he Carnival swimming evenK.
London It is an open secret that Roumanian bankers are raising
money here with which to buy supplies in New York.
Rome The Governor of Yemen, a Turkish citv of South with
Arabia, has seized the British consul. I;siiu orders from the Pone.
he refuses to give up his prisoner. Papers sav the consul was suiyd i
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in inv uaiian consulate, the Uoveruor maintains tlta, it lie gives up
the consul he will humiliate the Ottoman Kmpire.
Petrograd The Russian chief of staff plainly peuiivos that Ger
man plans for their great campaign in the east bate been materially
altered, because of Austrian situation. The severest ftgbtir against
invading slaves is expected in Bukowina. and Hungary, where the
Austrian resistance to the Russian advance is not stiff enough to Mitis
Constantinople The Russian main forces, attempting to encircle
our left wing, failed in their eftYrt. a:ui retreated against counter-attack.
Amsteulam- British m men have bombarded Bruges, in Belgit'in,
now held by Germans.
Washington The Senate vear book fNuvy) shows when 1915
warships nre com pitted, the United States drops from third to fourth
place in uavv strength, and France rises from fourth to third place.
Berlin Near Pout a Mousson two French attacks were severeh
A single heavy Austrian shell, hurled into a Russian railway sti
tiou at Chercirey, destroyed the station, and killed';dl soldiers inside
Paris Official bulletin says today infantry busy along the liu s
repairing their trenches. Desperate fighting in Alsace continue1-.
Nooidw'ck Fishermen arriving today from the North Sea sa .
Fridav ni ht they saw a huge Zeppthn Iving helpless on the waves.
They say it foundered
Los Angeles- The Amaricau-Hawaiiati steamer Montanan, clash
ed into the municipal pier here yestetdav, tearing awav 50 feet of
structure and bent her bow badJy. Accident caused by steamer fail
ing to respond to rudder. 1500 dollars damage done to pie.
Saturday, January 23. .. ,
.Sugar, advanced to 4.03.
' HEAVY FIGIlTIfIG IN FLANDERS
London Despite the rain in Flanders, hard battles are in pro
gress, the Allies and Germans being gripped on the line between
Nietipoit and Ostein!. r
All trenches in the battle zone are flooded.
The Allies silenced a German battery near St. Mard. N:ar Apre
mom the French lost positions. Kverywhere else the Germans are
reported as losing terrific battles.
A tremendous battle is developing ir. Alsace; where Frencli pres
sure ins compelled the Gf mpns to seek reinforcements and pr.-venling
them from sending reserves to the aid of their army in Flanders.
Despatches-received last night from Bucharest say a desperate
battle is in progiess.
WLL CHANCE CAPTURE
New York -Running al! risks of capture by the. British audi
French blockading-squadrons, tile, American schooner Wilhehnina, en-1
gaged in the Caribbean Sea trade, sailed yesterday Cor Europe, carry
ing a cargo of foodstuffs vained at $200,000 con-igned to various
American citiz-ps now resident in Germany. The charterers arc ready
to protest and contest seizure, should that occur.
COTTON SHIP SAILS
Galveston, Texas The steamer Dacia lias cleared-for Rotterdam
SHIP SUBSIDY IS BLOCKED
Washington The Republicans in Congress have succeeded in
blocking shipping subsidy legislation.
AIRSHIP ALARM FALSE
Loudon The report that dirigibles had been sighted at the Eng
lish coast town of Cramer is declared unfounded. Much anxiety was
caused by the rumor.
ARMY BILL IS PASSED
Washington The army appropriation bill, carrying $100,000,000
for 1915, passed the house last night without roll-call.
Two cruisers have been ordered to the Caribbean Sea station.
ALBAMA IS AGAIN DRY
Montgomery Alabama has again voted itself prohibition, to lake
elTect July 1 next.
HONOLULU HAPPENINGS .
Honolulu Affidavits have been filed in court showing that lawyer
Frank Thompson admitted to Attorney Anderson ami Judge Perry
that Richard Smart, child of tin- Smarts, was disinherited.
Rapid Transit & Land Company will file a suit which wili call on
the governor to settle the present controversy in the court. The com
pany will extend its double tract! at once.
Two men in upper Man on valley were badly injured while fooling
Olaf Omstcd. formerly of llilo, was buried yesterday.
London In Alsr.ce and Lorraine a tremendous battle is developing
at critical points. Both sides are rushing reinforcements from the re
serve armies. Heavy figljiipg is renewe i in Belgium and at Seunhcim
and Thanui. The French advance from Point an Mousson threatens
German communications nt Metz and St Mihiel. Conditions are de
veloping comparable with the battle at Soissons.
Paris An official bulletin says that a ferocious hand to hand bat
tle is taking place in Alsace. Situation at Soissons is unchanged.
French artilleiv is predominant between Ypres and the river Oise, also
near Berry an-Bac and the Vosgts. German bombardment in the forest
of Aprenumt continues. Forced Germans to evacuate their positions
Copenhagen "snatches from Berlin state that the air fleet which
raid- d tliv English coast towns was composed of the latest type of
Amsterdam It was luinored that a hard battle has been taking
place during the last few days between Nieuport and Ostein! , despite
rains and flood. Frenches arc deep in water, making them barely
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House Cleaning Easier
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Light Portable Railways g
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a Wet Weather Loses Its
Ignace P.Kierewski, the pianist, Henry Sicnkiwiez, the
New York City Before the Japanese Society of this citv nromi. : occupable
pent Japanese, in addresses, gave reasons whv. Tanan should lmlrl i London
Tsing Tau. The claim is set up that Germany violated the rules of novelist, togetuer wiin oilier great rojts. are appealing to tiie press
neutrality. for relief for sufferers in Poland. They declart the destitution in rav-
HARRY THAW AGAIN iaged Poland is worse than in Behjium. The fleeing populate of Buk
,. , , , ' owina 's living m caves like animals, and fight for food like wolves.
New ork City Harry j. ihaw, murderer of Stanford White. Berlin today report- French advances sharply checked. Paris ad-
who cseupcu Mum ..tum.-M.ii. t...a..c ntim in vwuiun ami was ran-, mjt Gertuans gained mmi,. ground
roadeo oacK across uic ooruer into ;ncw uaiupsnire. u, uuc at the
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Tim Oakpux Island has re
ceived the following note from one
of its friends:
"At present there seems little
likelihood of Makaweli entering
a team in this year's baseball
series. Clement Akina, the stand
by captain, has left and there
seems to be little enthusiasm on
the part of the old players. But
it is said that the Mak.uveli play
ers will join Waimea in an earnest
effort t o qapture t h e honors.
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Waiinea team and there is a very
good catcher there also. Hans
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should be plenty of material for a
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I old time heady catcher, Joe Pas
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of the island will put up a very
His trial has been set for Friday.
ueneva tooos in soutnern Alsace nave completely lialteu oper
ations of hostile armies around Altkirch.
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trict And Kauai Friends Generally:
I take this means of formally
announcing myself a candidate as
a Republican for the nomination
for SUPKRYISOR, representing
Koloa District, to be voted upon
at the Primary set for Match 13,
I will appreciate the support of I
all voters of Koloa District in the
Primary, and, if necessary, in the
regular election to be held in May.
W. D. McBryde,
Supervisor Koloa District.
Red Cross Benefit
A benefit for the American Red
Crosr, Society is to be given under
the auspices of the Mokihana Club, numbers o f Miss Carol r
at "Kilohaua," the home of Mrs. ' classes. Refreshments will be
Albert Wilcox, on the evening of served, and there will be also V
February sixth. There will be a ! sale f It-is and candy. .
musical program followed by aj Admission Sl.oo. Tickets on
dance-, where, besides the rcui,jnr-sale tliiswek.
waltz and two-step, there will be.' C . ''
an opportunity to see some of ortotS
new funcy dances rendered by; foi a short visit.