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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY,. FEBRUARY 2, 1915
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hi the Vosgcs. French atticks near flenoocsand ltandcsapt were re
Untiuportfliit Russian attack north eaal of Qttmbinne were re
pulsed. In the western part of the Argowncs German attacks, southeast of
Verdun, were repulsed with heavy lost.
Loudon Military experts say that OeiBsan are preparing another
great attack, to cut on line of French at Soiraott Tent oca are report
cd making hcavv reinforcements at La Basse.
DunkirkSix German aeroplanes dropped 50 bomb here. Ten
were incendiary bombs. Several houses da waned; no loss of life. Ger
man air raid was a m-litirv failure.
London llerliu savs German captured 745 French soldiers, 12
machine nuns and other equipment in western Argonne forest.
Petrograd The valley of Alashikert in Persia wss scene of stub
born fight in which Russians capturctl Knits, colors and military sup
plies belonging to Turkish forces.
Vienna The Russian attempt to outflank the army of the Arch
Duke Joseph Ferdinand, commander of Gnhcia forces, has been thwart
ed by Austrian. Russian effort, to invade Trauavlvania from lluk
owina, and outflank Carpathians, was ineffective.
Berlin 1 1 has been learned that Raiser was under heavy Are at
Soissons. retiring only after insistent entreaties front staff member.
Honolulu- Sugar up to 4. JO. llinhcut since Uctober.
Repotted F. C. Smith is to succeed George Dcunison as Railw.iv
Motion filed by Mrs. Knight ask that the appointment Judge
Perry, as guardian ad litem of Richard Smart. be vacated. Grand
mother states has right to lie heard.
City daylight automobile bandits stole $45,000 in diamonds.
Heavy gales report-id from California coast. Storm breaking over
San Francisco bar.
Saturday, January 30.
Sugar, advanced' to 4.17.
CAMPAIGN IN THE EAST.
Loudon The latest move of the Germans makes the Russian
campaign in the east harder.
The offensive inaugurated by the Allies of the Germans is met by
the Russian advance against the German lines in the east.
Petrograd contradicts the Austrian claims of successes in the
Carpathians and reports gains in the north while the Turk are busy
With sinking of the armed Hritisu merchantman Viauor, 230 naval
reserve youth went down.
KOLBERG WAS NOT SUNK
Berlin The Admiralty staff officially denies the loss of the light
cruiser Kolberg, said to have been sunk in the North Sea engagement.
ITALIANS CALLED OUT
Rome Italian reserve.1', belonging to the infantry and the moun
tain artiilery, are called to the colors.
PLENTY OF MACARONI
Venice The Minister ot Agriculture announced todav that the
army has food to last untill Scptt-uilwr.
There is a serious shortage, however, of food for animals.
The grain supply will be conserved.
MEXICO'S TOY WAR
Mexico City General Obregon has entered Mexico City at the
head of 10,000 men.
San Diego A naval battle between a Villa gunboat and a Carran-
v:a gunboat is momentarily expected off the coast of lower California
Hoth war vessels are out to meet the schooner Annie Larsen with i
cargo of arms and ammunition for Carranza.
STRIKES HEAVY WEATHER.
San Francisco After tne Matsonia left San Francisco for Hono
lulu she ran into heavy weather.
HOBSON ATTACKS WILSON'S POLICY.
Washington In the House yesterday Cncie-uun Hot.on went
after Wilson for his Philippine pohev. and said that it is abject fear ol
war with Japan that directs his course as President.
The House Committee sent back the 1m in in ration Hill with
recommendation that it be passed over the President's veto.
The U. S. N. cutter service has passed out of existence, and is
to be succeeded by what will be known as a coast I'ttard.
The Senate, in an all-night session, wrangled over the ship pur
chase bill. Not yet decided.
Tokio Because of failure lo effect the consolidation of electric
light plants under municipals government, Baron sakatuni, mayor n
Washington Secretary Daniels says trip lo Hawaii may be post
poned, not cancelled. May be delayed pending President s visit to iw ;
position uanieis lorni'Uiv annpuueeu touav, opening rauaum v-amu
postponed lo July.
Honolulu kalanianaole cables, Kahili Channel reported tavor-
ably by River and Harbors committee."
Eugene Lcauds, Portuguese fisherman, found unconscious, with
throat cut from car to ear, in Iwilci, this morning. Supposedly at
tacked by Filipino bandits.
Friday, January 29. '
VARIOUS DOPE FROM LONDON
London There is lull in the fighting on the western line, but a
great battle is developing in the east.
Large detachments of Germans have joined the Austrians in an
effort to regain the Carpathian passes ami to stem the Russian inva
sion. The Russians will withdraw from Bukowina and concentrate
to hold Leinburg, it the full result of the movement is obtained.
An official denial has been made of the report that the German
ship Von der Tann had been sunk off the coast of South America.
It is now declared that no such engagement took place.
The persistent rumor from llerliu that in the recent North Sea
..nRagcmcnt the British lost one or more ships is also pronounced un
true. SWITZERLAND'S POSITION.
Rome The King or Italy received in audience yesterday the Swiss
Minister of Foreign Affairs, who colled to arrange for the passage
of aitnnl jfs ilirontdi tinlv m Switzerland. The Swiss Minister inform
ed the King that Switzerland desired to maintain a strict neutrality
in the war. but was armed and ready to fight at any time that the
neutrality of Iter borders, should be violated. If anv attempts made
to starve the country out, by shutting off its commerce, Switzerland
will fight, he said.
WILL SHUU1 iiLLUANS.
Berlin-Orders were issued today to shoot -any Belgian attempting
to cross the border with the intention ot joining uic auics.
FISHERMEN CAUGHT IN ICE.
Buffalo Ice blocked up in the Niagara river caught a number of
fishermen by surprise. Three hundred of them were unable to reach
the land and were carried awav uy floes.
MORE NEW STEAMERS.
San Francisco The American-Hawaiian Steamship Company has
ordered three new steamers.
CARRANZA BACK IN MEXICO.
Vera Cruz- The announcement was made last night that the
roojis of Carranza had re-occupied Mexico -City.
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Prior to leaving Honolulu for
Kauai, Superintendent Forbes,
Who is also chairman of the Har
bor Commission, dictated t o a
stenographer and had prepared a
somewhat remarkable proposal in
regard to a wharf for the Wai mi a
secliou-rccoinnicnding, m effect, ' ,
that Waimea as a site be abandoned , Waimea. I would
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for boats to lie at the wharf, it is
a certainty that the erection of a
wharf in that locality would be
too expensive and more so if it is
to be a concrete structure.
As a solution to the problem of
providing a safe substantial wharf,
removed to a uohil at or near Ma-
kaweli lnndintr. Whether or not
the proposal has yet reached the
Harbor Commission' in a foinial
way is not now known here; but
it is known that the members of
the Commission, individually, have
read it. Following is the docu
ment in full:
suggest and recommend that a
j concrete wharf be erected at Ma-
kaweli which is approximately
only three miles distant from
Waimea. I am informed from a
most creditable souice that there
has been many occasions when it
became-necessary to laud freight
and sometimes passengers destined
I for Waimea at Makaweli on ac
In contemplating the construe-1 comit nf bil(1 wealMcr nnil UI1Eafe
tion of a ucw wharf to take the
place o f the present structure
which 1s now almost beyond repair
the consideration for this contem
plated and much needed improve
ment has been confined to one
localitv ' .1 1 ' ' "d n." thought
has br n govi iitd by pi cedent
actuated fiwi iIk- fact that this
wharf, U-ing for the purpose of
serving the oopuiacc ot a men
lid KckahA in particular, it is
qi it natural that the idea has
concentrated m r near tin hitc of
the present structure.
It has Uxti sngfteslcd uud con
sidered that a site seme distance
to the westward or towards Ke
kaha would 1 better location
than the present site, bused on the
gi onude of its being further awav
front the Waimea River which
would eliminate one great difficulty
DIPT11CRIA AT FUNAHOU.
Honolulu One case of diptheria has apjxjared in the frestiman
class at Punahou.
Hawaiimay have an official censor for moving pictures.
Loudon Answering strategy of German and Austrian (Wul'i
strong offensive movements in Hungary and Buckowina to repel ,jav 1 which luis Ixen iperUitced wth
troops today, Russia resumed the invasion of east Prussia. Russians ' Waimea wharf and that is the
30 miles inside German border. I tendency of shoaling or kinking
Petrograd North of Tilsit in east Prussia, on Monday. Russians' tnfOUh l,w a.-tion of
drove back Germans destroying Pogrugan railway station, south east J the River cm u-nt which hu nude
of the Dukla pass. Russians gained important successes on Tuesday. it netH.sar to lemttlien Waimea
Venice- Uispatclies troin leuna say city councellors and. new wharf .vcra! times,
papers urge Austria to follow Germany's example and confiscate food I 2 , i . ,
stuffs to be distributed bv government agencies, press denounce. ' 1 ci.tmea tnai m tue
Hungarian farmers opposing this plan. 'loAtion fun her to thss twrd
Near Verdun Crown Prince Wilhelm made the following tau- tin-wharf -.v-.tiM not I as WtteU
ment to the press: "We are convinced the day comes when Kunsia ' cN'vd -intiufl' vratW 9t
and France tuut tney ate doing niigland's dirty work. We expect :' the a i,o i l.m v . : as the
ueriin-oerman aeropmues tast night raided Dunki.k, dropping UlIS roav u. , t ntrst the enact law fixing a small
conditions at Waimea. I am also
informed that the wharf at Maka
weli, which was erected by the
Hawaiian sugar ioinpauy, was
maintained and used by them for
a number of years without anv
dimcu.ty whatever and was only
abandoned when it became feasible
and advantageous foi them to make
Port Allen their shipping point.
In making this recommendation
1 have also considered that the
bridge across Waimea River would
have to be removed in order to
handle the heavy traffic but with
considerable curtailment i n the
length ot the wharf if erected at
Makaweli as compared to the re
qttiremenis at Waimea, the clifler
ence in cost would nearly and
perhaps wholly provide for the
construction of a n e w bridg
and I will request permission of
the Harbor Hoard to further in
veatigatu and prepare an estimate
on the cost of . constructing a con
ctete wharf at Makaweli a n
by co operating with the Depart
ment of Public Works I can at the
same time prepare an estimate on
the cost of a steel bridge capable
of handling fail way cars and heavy
traffic across the river.
As a means of providing for
maintenance and rejwirs to such a
Urhbje it might be possible to
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?uli-cribed and swonCfo hefoiv mo ti lis 2nd day of January, 101,"i
lSKAKt v. . ,,. . ' 1- MAKQUl-S.
jntai'V I'nl'lie, l-nt .ludieiul Circuit, T. II.
serve as a lever to prevent the ask
ing of an exorbitant price for
land now under consideration at
Waimea for the same purpose.
C. U. Forbes
Chairman, Hoard of Harbor Com
" t i ....4.. r j i n i i a i. ; jt.
nuances snow uepobu im ivit io nave liicreaseu js.'.'u.inj'i.ood.
Mexico City Gen. Obreigon, supposedly frieudlv to C i
entered the capital yesterday, heading an ormv . f in,, i, (
Sharpshooters, hiding under roof attempted his in.ui.in.
tITili!..i. Int. Wile.. Art .-. t 1 .. ... -. ,
v uaiin'K iuii n uauii nun; i-iu.iuiujii iui.iv ,n
' McKinley's birthday.
evtiari-! i i .vtiirfsu lb t loa-litsttse
ti.,n. ti Mil in', tt-.t u wo.iM I believe that this problem is
b-i.( -- i e ni - :. x in dttrvii 4 consideration if only
! - t i 1 ; . .i - i i ban tor ;he purfMih of ascertaining
i. . -,. i . io whf-t' er Unci ia aaihtble for wharf
otaiu vak re i'Hi.-t dpsb ol w itssr rHMkes at Makaweli. It would
At the same time, however, Mr
Forbes will t-outiiiue negotiations
Notice is hereby given that
Leong Chung and Chong Mov,
having disposed of their interests,
respectively, in the Wailua Rice
Mill & Pci Factory are no longer
connected in any way with said
at Honolulu with the Knudsen ; """'" . aim said company is not
Estate and anv others interested . responsible for their acts or obliga
in the matter of a site at Waimea. tions.
and it is still reasonably probable
that Waimea will retain the wharf.
Kauai people visiting Honolulu
will do well to entrust their bag
gage transfer business to the Ue
liable Transfer Company, M. K.
Gomes, Jr., proprietor,
street above King.
Wailua Rice Mill & Poi Fact..
Hv An Chock, Manager.
Wailui, Februnry l, 1915, 1-t.
Uev. Mr. Savior held Episcopal
He Ih el! services m I.ihue Union church