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Tim GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 191.5
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London Private and unconfirmed dispatches from Nishi sayAus
trians have invaded Scrvia, seeking tr surprise from the rear an im
portant Servian position commanding the Danube. Roumanians re
pulsed the invaders.
Washington Ambassndo Page's Lusitanin report has been receiv
ed here, but is withheld from publication. It is said there arc many
precedents to establish the right of steamers to cany the flag of neu
trals when seeking to avoid capture.
Geneva Bonds, stocks and script to the amount of $600,000,000
have been returned to Paris. These were sent to Geneva for safe
keeping soon after the war began.
London The German" lunges at central Poland are costing heavy
to both sides. There is little change in the alignment of opposing
Petrograd Reports of minor victories there, and in northern Po
land. Carpathian struggle is still undecided. Russians maintain that
Austro-German attacks have been broken down. The Teutonic Allies
have lost 2500 prisoners, and dead and wounded in proportion.
London Premier AsquitU staled today that Britain's casualties,
in all ranks in the western arena, is 104,000 up to February 4th.
Washington Clarke and Underwood agree that an extra session
is necessary, unless congestion of senate business is averted. Big
filibuster and party fight over Ships Purchase Bill practically lost by
administration; though adinistration leaders claim a tie.
Honolulu Sierra due tomonow, and Lurliue Wednesday
Gilbert Brown, N. L. H. Reynolds and Frederick Cramp are lost
in the hills. They Joined the Trail and Mountain Club for a Sunday
hike. Searchers have gone after them.
Monday, February 8.
Rome Pope Benedict intoned prayer for peace in St. Paul's yes
terday. TRAYER READ IN FRANCE
Paris Pope Benedict's prayer for peace yesterday was read in
the churches ol France.
AUSTRIA GOING SOUTH
Resumption of Austrian attacks on Montenegro positions along
the banks of the Drina were reported today.
CHINA AND JAPAN
Peking China faces a crisis which looks like war with Japan.
Unless China agrees to recent demands of Japan, it is said that they
will be enforced.
China is willing to meet some of the demands, but says that en
croachments on her domain by Japan must cease.
Just what the demands nn China are have not been made public.
GERMAN NEW GUINEA TAKEN
Sydney The capture of German New Guinea was accomplished
by Admiral Beresford, Afterward the natives revolted, but the dis
turbance was quelled.
DARDANELLES FORTS BOMBARDED
London Four torpedo boats of the Allies bombarded the forts of
the Dardanelles yesterday. 1 he ammunition depots of several forts
were set on fire. (The bombardment of elevated fortifications by tor
pedo boats is one of the unusual features of this unusual war. Ed.
A REMARKABLE STORY
The Hague America and Germany will join in a widespread
movement for the relief of the people in the devastated districts of
Poland. It is believed that relief there is as essential as in Belgium
TURKEY SATISFIES ITALY
Rome Announcement is made that Turkey has satisfied the de
mands of Italy. (The only demand known of here was for the release
of a Biitish consul held prisoner by the Turks in Arabia Ed. Card Isl )
RUSSIANS REPORTED RETREATING.
Berlin Russian forces in Bukowina province arc reported to be
retreating and the Austrians gaining ground.
CRITICA'L SITUATION IN BELGIUM.
London The situation throughout Belgium is acute. The people
must have food sent to them, for starvation has the populace within
SOVEREIGNS AT THE FRONT
The Emperors of Russia and Germany are watching the fighting
at the same trout, tne Jzar trom ins Headquarters, while tlie Uermau
Emperor inspects men working in their trenches, lhe two sovereigns
are but a short distance apart.
The Germans are making tremendous efforts to shatter the Rus
sian lines, with 600 massed field pieces in action.
THE MEXICAN NUISANCE
. San Antonio General Obregon declines to hear any overtures fo
peice. He is holding the City of Mexico for the Carrauza forces
Relief stations will be established for the people.
SIERRA A DAY LATE
Honolulu 1 he Sierra will not arrive from San Francisco unti
tonight. She left ban Francisco a dav lite on account of the Storm
last week along the Pacific coast. "
MAY SEE SMART CHILD
bmart nas agreea mat Airs. Kingnt, tne grandmother, limy see
his baby son, Richard b mart.
Sunday, Februaty 7.
Sugar, t 64.
London The S. S. Lusitana arrived at Liverpool vestcrdny fiyinr.
the American flag, which she had done from Quecnstown until she enter
ed the Mersey river. The Captain said that he did so to protect theslyp.
Washington The use of the American flag on the British steamer
Lusitana has excited wide attention and general comment. It is likelv
that the question will be taken up and the whole matter of the use of,
the American flag by belligerents considered. !
MOBILIZATION IN ITALY
Rome Work of mobilizing Itilian forces is progressing rapidly.
Reservists are arriving from abroad in increasing numbers.
The Mayor of Turin was yesterday called to the colors.
KAISER INSPECTS SAILORS
Berlin The Kaiser complimented his sailors after an inspection
and left for the front.
UNEMPLOYED IN CHICAGO
Chicngo Mayor Harrison has issued a call for a public sub
scription toward a fund ol half a million dollais for the unemployed
of tlie cilv.
STEAMER COLON IN DANGER ,
Sau Francisco The steamship Colon reports herself leaking bad
1 v as a result of strain during the recent storm.
BOSTON'S BOLD BANDITS
Boston Two men entered police headquarters today and demand
ed niotiev at the point of guns. They were overpowered and locked up.
REPORT FROM PETROGRAD
Petrograd The Germans in Poland are being overcome, and must
The Russian general staff regards recent violent attacks as mask
for the commencement of retreat.
While the Germans are hurling three quarters of their army
against the Russian position at Warsaw, the Russians are holding their
ground and inflicting terrible losses upon the advancing masses.
A big battle is developing in east Prussia when reinforcements
come for the defenders at luster.
HONOLULU'S OPIUM RING
Honolulu It develops that the opium "badger game" was well
worked by the opium hui here. Si ,600 was gathered in from one
crowd. Evidence against the gang is accumulating.
Copenhagen Norway indignant over Germany s war zone procla
mation. Says it violates well established international usage Rome
nress also expresses strong protests.
Washington The German ambassador todav declared Germany
would not molest American vessels laden with foodstuffs lor the
enemy's countries. Hopes England will not make a reconsideration.
This attitude necessary by the seizing of ships like the Wilhch'iina.
The official text of the war zone proclamation shows that routes north
of the .Shetland Islands, an eastern portion of the North Sea, also
strips thirty miles wide along the Dutch coast are out of danger zone
Waters immediately surrounding the British Isles comprise the zone,
London Von Ilindenberg continues his costh lunges at Warsaw,
with German troops, while farther north, Russians, after crossing the
M.ura river, seriously threaten to outflank him.
Paris Only artillciy engagement? arc in progress along the entire
western front. Our guns have brought down a German observation
balloon and exploded an ammunition depot.
Berlin All Russian attacks east Prussian frontier and in Poland
have been repulsed. Genitalis have taken one thousand prisoners and
;ix machine guns.
Little Rock Governor today signed state wide prohibition law.
Honolulu Homesteaders on Kauai are now assured of a market
for their cane and pineapples.
Evidence against 'fliiium smucclers is piling up. Local and fed
eral officers are working on the case.
Saturday, February 6.
Sugar, 4 52.
London With the Czar at the front the Russians have taken up
a vigorous offensive campaign against the Germans in Poland, and
scored numerous victories.
AUSTRALIA OFFERS 10.000 MORE.
Melbourne Australasia has offered another detachment of 10,000
men for-the war.
BREAD HIGH IN ITALY
Venice The price of two-pound loaves of bread has been raised
by official decree to sixteen cents.
...DESTROYERS OF ZEPPELINS
New York The British arc completing a number of light, fast
icroplanes, designed to carry s.nall guns and specially made to destroy
BELGIUM FILES A PROTEST
Paris Belgium has protested to the neutral powers against the
action of Germany m annulling exequaturs of neutrals throughout
Belgium. (This would s em to suggest that Germany has canccllcU-
or otherwise nullified the powers and recognition of consuls and other
i gen Is of neutral governments now slatioued in Belgium. Ed
Gard. Tsl )
" MILITARY BIPLANE WRECKED
Amsterdam A military biplane flying over Potsdam collapsed
yesterday, killing the pilot and one passenger.
FINANCES RUNNING LOW
Washington House Leader Underwood advises economy, stating
that revenues will be $34, 000,000 less than disbursements owing to
large appropriations having been made by Congress.
JACK JOHNSON NOT WANTED
El Paso, lexas i lie atitlionties nave requested customs men
long the border to prevent Jack Johnson, the nogro pugilist, from
crossing -tlie line into me united Mates, it iounci trying to cio so, ne
shall be arrested "at once. It is believed he will try to enter the United
States from Mexico at about the time set for fight with Willard.
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LATE MR. HANSEN
Tlie Trail And Mountain Club
has failed to book a sufficient nitiu
At the meeting of the Kauai
fMinnilw.r rf f ltll 11HMTO II11(1 111
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Waimea Thursday evening, Ulc : uer ot excursionists to justily the
following resolutions; prepared by i '
i A-wutlUi tutu ,iu 1.1 Jltl U
- n T t AT T ...1.
.ir. uiu Jsaei, iw.j. w. nu- make Uie lrip jsteadf laying Ho
gate and .Mr. I , Uraudt, acting as aoltilu at 10 o'clock Friday night
a committee appointed for that and arriving here (presunibly) at
purpose were adopted by tiuaui- 7 o'clock the next morning.
Among tne excursionists will be
WHEREAS, God, in his wis-,
dom, has removed from our midst
our friend and neighbor, Mr. Gus
lav Hansen, a valued member and
fitted by the
give that long wear
which makes the
"initial cost seem
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STATEMENT Ol- CONDITION
at close of business December 31, 19J4
Loans, Discounts and Over
liank Promises, Honolulu l('S,ii'iii. S
Hunk Promises, Liluio liruneh.. 12,000.00
Customorf.' Liabilities: un
der I-otters of Credit 7!).2(t.:!(
Other As-eN... :!,7l':!.S1
Cash and due from Hanks. ..LLil.V,, si!
('uphill, Paid up ?CO,('00.00
Undivided Ptolits :j,-,7.r,i
Pension ImiihI .pjflo'')"
Letters of Credit Out- '
Reserved f..r Interest..
Dividends L'nealled for,
Deposits ... .
Territory of Hawaii l
City and County of Honolulu
I, V. P.. DA.MOX Cashier, being llivt duly mvorn, do Holenuilv we-ii- ilni
the above is true to the best of my knowledge mid belief. '
Kxan.ined and found correct: V" nUln-V' Cufclilcr.
II. II. WALKKI5, Auditor
I. A. McCANDLKSS
V. C. ATHKKTOX L Director?
It. A. COOKK I
S"SF i'l'l1 l)l f," '"l thU 'll,y f Jan""'-.V,
L. A Thurston and A, II. Ford,
both prominent excursion boost
ers; and A. 1 Taylor, acting sec
retary of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee. A letter to the editor
of This Gakdkn Island, received
director of the Kauai Chamber of .this morning, states that Senator
Commerce. Therefore, be it
RESOLVED. That we wish to
express our appreciation of his
many estimable qualities, as a man
and as a citizen; and our sense of
loss to,the community in bis re
moval. RESOLVED, That we farther
wish to convey to his bereaved
family our hearty sympathy with
them in their great loss.
Harding will probably not be able
to come, as he :s booked to sail on
Saturday for the mainland.
Land Patents Issued
Governor Pinkhain has issued
the following additional patents to
parties on Kauai:
Lydia Meheula, for lot 10, block
C. Kapaa, Puna, Kauai, and 6278,
to Hee Kim, for lot 2, block O,
Kapaa, Puna, Kauai.
I II All 11 WTI.-w!
Xotary Public, First .Indicia! cimiit, T. II.
Mr. Roper May Come
In a personal letter to the editor
of this paper, received this morn
ing, Mr. D. C. Roper, first assis
tant postmaster-general, says that
if he visits the Islands the coming
Spring, as originally planned, he
will endeavor to make a tour, also,
of Kauai. Mr. Roper fears, how
ever, that there may be a special
session of Congress, on the ncels
ot tlie present session, which, lie
says, would prevent his departure
from Washington at all before,
perhaps, the Summer.
B. D. Baldwin has authorized
the announcement that he has
withdrawn from the race for sup
ervisor of the Waimea district.
At the same time conies the an
nouncement that D. K. llavscl
den, also or MakaweM, 1ms entered
The candidates now in for the
Republican nomination for super
visor of Waimea district aie T. II.
Brandt, J. A. Akina and D. K.