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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRURAY 2, 1915,
(Continued from page 5)
Monday, F .bruary 1 .
WILL MAKE TFST CASE
Galveston The steamer D n ia has sailed from licfe for Europe
with a load of cotton. .She will be seizo.l by the British nrotile ami
the issues involved between her owners and the Biitlsh authorities
will be fought out in the prize court.
This is to be a test ease in which the Paeia, a German ship
.U she i-s still subject
:::g of the war.
now owned bv Americans, the British c limine t'
to seizure as she was a German ship t'.v bestir
ITALY BtCCV'.'S EXCITIP
Rome Serious i iots, the puvpe-c of which :.s to f.-'eo a war be
tween Italy and Austria, aic t.kki:;. '..vc in th: e.; . T'.v m.bs g.t
beyond the control of the police nr. i lnvp wore oa'.d o-.u to o
An attempt Is being made to s;...y th-' tide of so"t:f.-"n o
Austria. Speeches made demand a tvorl to ..vn. A" i;c o;
troops the crowd became passive and t'.uro w.i no re : : t 1 arcs.
SUfTL'lS IN NORWAY
dirisuania Aorway is accused n selling
horses (?) to Denmark.
The supply of gram and Hour is now believed
meet all demands.
ARTILLERY FIRE YESTERDAY
Paris Artillery fire continued ycstcrda
of the Allies.
Trenches at I,a Basse were regained.
Churches at Fonquivilliers were wrecked by German guns.
DIG GUNS IN FLANDERS
Berlin Fighting in Flandcis yesterday was with big guns.
IHiRD BRITISHER SUNK
London The third British merchantman sunk by German sub
marines was the Kilcoau. .She was a small ship.
FIGHTING IN CARPATHIANS
For the third time .since the beginning of the war, a section of
the Carpathian mountains is the scene of a pitched battle, and the in-
The Beauty of Every-day Things.
Did you ever think of the beauty that water brings
into our lives, just plain everyday water that runs from
It is one of the most commonplace objects in our
daily existence, one of our possessions we give the least
thought to, yet it is a thing of really wonderful beau
ty; or perLaps to put it more accurate'v, a means of
expressing marvelous anil joy-giving beauty,
I spent some weeks this .summer on the shores of
a bay. On sunny days, the water of that bay were
! the most exquisite sapphire blue that the eve ever rested upon. I doubt
jc I if the famous Bay of Naples, the waters of the Mediterranean, or those
, ' that encircle beautiful Bermuda or lovely Honolulu could be more en-
mainly to theadvanto.ee line
trancing than was that a.ure sheet that lay spread before me. By its
sheer beauty it was an uplift to the spirit every time the eye rested
upon it. And even in memory, its beamy biings that same sense of ex-
Tlu n think of the b. autv of water in a water-fall a great tre
mendous to nuing torrent such as sweeps over the abyss at Niagara,
ihe w ondj mis froth of foam that leaps down the precipice at the
Ca'-.v on ot the Yellowstone; or the ; thin, swaying veil of mist that
di.-.'v some mountain side in the Alps. One of the most exquisite
'. .;! .-- u.i'.'o.ie gives us is the water of a waterfall.
l'.;t m do not have to go so far afield to get beauty from home.
Wo-. : e oao. vou get au thing more exquisitely daintily colorful than
. .::. o. that spans the sky, or even grant your lawn when the
-prink'.or is .-,t wot k? True, light has to do with this as well ns with
some of the other e;Teots mentioned, but water plavs its part.
And eaa on ;uul main things lovelier than the silvery slanting
. it . i-.i : i. ..
ot a siiower. as u i-weeps acioss a ueui an carpcicu wuu kiccii,
it l av
with the shining beauty of its shimmering lines.
dicat'otis are that the greatest battle of all in that region is developing i
there. From a series nf combats, the fight along the line seems now toj
be becoming general. Preliminary success is claimed by the Russians !
GERMANS AND AUSTRIAN'S. ' j
The Anstrians, reinforced by Germans in the mountain region, j
assumed the offensive, while at the same time guarding the Roumanian .
frontier against anticipated attack from that quaiter, i
AS RUSSIA HEARS IT j
Tetrograd The Russian armies have been generally successful in i
all of the recent fighting, including preliminary operations in what!
promises to be a great battle in the -Carpathians. j
The German left Hank was assailed in an attempt to turn it in I
east Prussia. j
YOUNGEST SOLDIER WOUNDED I
London The youngest "Tommy Atkins" in service, a lad of 1 I,
has been wounded bv shrapnel and invalided home.
CARRANZA IS HOPEFUL
Yera Cruz General Carranza issued a statement yeste-dav to the
efTecl that the war in Mexico is nearly over.
Washington .Special Agent Carmthers savsthat Villa is unharmed.
MURDiiR DUE TO DRINK
Honolulu The murder ot a discharged soldier in the city Satur
day night was due to drink. Two soldiers are under arrest and may
be charged with the crime.
QUARLES FOR C. J.
Associate Justice Ouarles is slated for chief justice to succeed A.
G. M. Robertson.
Young Plemer won the 25-mile hicvele race vestrrday in one hour
and 26 minutes.
Sunday, January 31.
Honolulu Lorrin Andrews has been re-appointed to the Civil
There is no longer any fear about confirmation of all of May or
Lane's appointments. .
A soldier was found murdered at an early hour this morning in
the lot back of the Schuman Carriage Company's premises, Queen
Mrs. Knight has filed a motion for the removal of Judge Perry
an cancellation of appointment. She savs nothing about a successor.
I,owrey wins in his suit against the Athletic Park management
and will now enter suit for damages.
NOTED SWIMMER COMING
San Franc;seo -Francis Cov.les, noted swimmer, will leave for
Honolulu February 6 to take part in Carnival swimmiim meet.
JAPAN CANNOT TAKE LAND
Peking Japan is pledged to Great Britain not to demand the
ceding of land from the Chinese.
FIGHTING IN FRANCE
Paris Furious fighting in the Argonne di'Uiiei. gives Germans!
slight lead at heavy cost.
Dead ar abandoned bv the Teutons in their retreat from Flemish1
p)sit;ons. Big guns pound litie-s of Allies.
From Arras to Brieraneourt the Germans keep up a heavy bom
bardment. REPORT FROM LONDON
London A submarine in the Irish Sea gave the captain of a mer
chantman twenty minutes to leave the: ship, with his crew, and then
sunk her. Two other vessels are also reported as having been sunk
This move is believed to be in retaliation for Great Britain's action
in blocking shipments of foodstuffs to Germany.
The public regard it as the execution of Admiral Vou Tirpit.'
threat to destroy British merchantmen. ( Yon Tirpitz is chief of the
German admiralty F.d. Gard. IslJ
CREAD LIMIT IN BERLIN
Berlin By legal decree the bread limit is fixed at what can be
made from two kilograms of Hour.
ZAPPATAS ON THE RUN
Mexico Zappata's troops are in lull retreat after being whipped
by Carran.a's army.
BUSINESS IN CONGRESS
Washington---After thirty-seven hours of speochmaking the fili
buster is quieted until Monday, at which time the fight on the ship
purchase bill will be re-iiuued.
STORM ON Tii-E COAST
San Francisco - Severe storms interfered with shipping along the
coast today. The pleasure giounds at Venice were seriously damaged.
The battleship Oregon, which was to have led the" procession
through the Canal next month, has In on loaleicd to remain at her
station until July, when the parad- will a'.in !e attempted.
WOULD TAKE THE RISK
London -The Belgian Relief Committee ofiVrs to buy the food on
the steamer Wilhelmina and guarantee its sale delivery.
Saturday Aft; moon.
But even the beautv of the clear water in the glass on your table,
as it spaikles and scintillates and catches the light and shines upon
you with diamond vavs is refreshment to the eye. And as it boils and
hubbies in the pot on vour.stove and rises in filmy wreaths of steam,
it has a beauty not to be decried.
In fact in almost any form in which you can find it, just plain
common water has a beauty that is a feast to Ihe eye.
Ho vou not think so?
Ju.-t notice, as it flashes along in a brook, or comes shining
down in a shower, or quivers in a rainbow, or leaps in a cataract, or
flows suavely in some bay or river, what a message of- beauty it has
73 arb-' cLrt--f-.
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We are backed by our reputation for promptness and re
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For County Auditor
The Voter9 Of Kauai County:
I hereby announce myself a can
didate on the Republican ticket for
nomination at the primary election
to be held March 13, 1915, for the
office of COUNTY AUDITOR.
My past record speaks for itself.
I hope that the voters of Kauai
endorse that record, and that they
may see fit to give tne the nomi
Lihue, January 11. 1915.
For County Treasurer
To the Votets Of Kauai County:
I respectfully announce -myself
as a candidate on tne KeptiPiicnn
ticket for nomination and re-election
to the office of COUNTY
TREASURER, and solicit t h e
support of all the voters of the
County of Kauai at the Primary to
be held March 13. 1915.
I am willing to stand upon my
past record for the careful and
satisfactory handling of the funds
of the county , and promise equally
efficient service in the future.
Very truly yours,
Lihue, Kauai, January 18, 1915.
For Couuty Clerk
To the Voters of Kauai -nei:
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate, as a Republican, for
the nomination to succeed myself
as COUNTY CLFRK, to be voted
upon in the Primary Flection for
nominations to be held March 13,
I have endeavored in the past
to fulfill the duties of County
Clerk faithfully and well, and will
feel grateful to all my -friends for
their support again on this occa
sion. Very respectfully,
J. M. KANKAKUtl,
9-t. County Clerk.
To The Voters Of The Koloa Dis
trict And Kauai Friends Generally:
I take this means of formally
announcing myself a candidate as
a Republican for the nomination
for SUPERVISOR, representing
Koloa District, to be voted upon
at the Primary set for Match 13,
I will appreciate the support of
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.
Waimca, Jan. 19, 1915
To the Voters of Kauai nei:
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate, as a Republican, for
nomination to the office of super
visor, representing this district;
and will much appreciate the sup
port of the party and all other
friends at the primary election to
be held March 13 next.
J. A. Akina.
Washington" -Yesterday, along the co.i-.t of l'l md-.-rs,
stormed Middkk'rkc and Fls to. On the Craoma- !a i,;ht
took 500 more meters of French trenches.
( Continued on i ,-i )
The announcement of B.
Baldwin as a candidate for
ofiiee of Supervisor fioiu the
I). The monthly meeting of the
thej Board of Supervisors is scheduled
lis- j for tomorrow morning. It is un-
Walnica appears in this ' dcrstood that only routine matters
! will come up for consideration.
For County Treasurer
Lihue, January 1 1 .
The Voters of Kauai County:
I am in the race for the nomina
tion on the Republican ticket, at
the Primary Election to be held
March 13. 1915, for the office of
Although new in the running
for public office, I feel that I am
sufficiently well known to all of
you to ask for your cordial support
and votes. If nominated and;
elected, I promise you a highly i
satisfactory administration of the
A. G. KAri.i Kor.
To the Voters of the Waimea
I beg to Announce rnvself a can
didate as a Republican for the nom
ination for Supervisor, represent
ing your District.
Your support will be much ap
preciated at the elections.
H. D. Baldwin.
For County Sheriff
The Voters of Kauai:
I hereby formally nnnounce my
candidacy as a Republican to suc
ceed myself as SHERIFF of the
County of Kauai.
I respectfully invite the support
of all good citizens at the Plirnary
Election to be held March 13,
1915, and in the final election to
be held in M,av.
My record is well known and
speaks for itself. If re-elected I
promise equally satisfactory (or
better) service in the future.
V. II . Rice, Jr.
Sheriff of Kauai.
Lihue, January 31, 1915. 6-t.
Hoolaha Holo Moho
E holo moho ana watt no ke
Kalana o Kauai, ma ka aoao Re
pubalika no ka Makainui, a ke
waiho nei wan i ko'u iuoa imua o
ka poe Koho Balota o keia Kalana
Me ka mahalo nui,
Wm. Hknry Rick,
Lihue, January 31, 1915.
Waimca, February 1, 1915.
To the Voters of Waimca District
and the Public Generally:
After duly considering ihe large
responsibilities and duties to the
public involved, I have decided to
formally announce myself a candi
date for nomination to appear on
the ticket at the County Election
in May, as a Republican, for the
office of SUPERVISOR for the
district of Waimea,
I invite, and will appreciate, the
support of all voters of the Wai
mca District at the polls on March
13, when the primary election will
KAUAI TO HONOLULU AND
(An extra charge of One Dollar
each way will be made for certain
deck berths on the S. S. "Kiu'au.")
The S. S, "Kinau" will sail
from Kauai Friday, February 19,
1915, instead of Saturday, the 20th,
Tickets issued to arrive at Hono
lulu February 20, 1U5, return
limit March 2, 1915. 3-t.
Wholesale and Retail Groceriei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Reasonable-
rales to all parts of
lames McClellan is installing an
individual electric plant on his
premises at Waimea. It will furnish
all the light and power required
for hi.s two houses.