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Maquire's Widow Named
Hilo. Apiil 19. Tile widow of Charles K. Maquire, former audi
tor of Hawaii county, who died a few weeks ago after being paroled
from prison, where he was serving for embezzlement, today married
Julian Monsarrat, manager of Kapapala ranch.
Noted Dynamiters Jailed
New York, N. Y., April 19. A oar no amd Carhono, dynamiters,
were sentenced to not less than six nor more than twelve' years at
Sing Sing prison. '
o . Monday Morning, ApriM 9.'
Honolulu It has been decided to lift the submarine F-4 this
morning. All hands confident of success.
A REPORT FROM RUSSIA
Petrograd Between March and April 12, along the Carpathian
front, the eneinv has suffered loss b.y the capture of 70,000 men, in
including 900 omcers. me attempt to stem tlic Kussiau advance
has been an exceedingly expensive one for the Austrians.
FOOD TROUBLES IN AUSTRIA
Verana The Russian invasion and increasing cost of food is mak
ing the war unpopular at Vienna and various parts of Bohemia. The
bread allowance is unsufricieut. Mobs are reported to have sacked
houses in seach of food.
ON THE ASIATIC SIDE
London It is learned that last week the headquarters of the
Turkish army at .1 Arist was attacked by untisu ami iMencli guns,
while French airmen dropped bombs. A French cruiser concentrated
fire on the Turkish headquarters, and threw shells into it.
GERMAN ACTIVITY- PREDICTED ' '
General Ian Hamilton and other strategists believe that Germany
will soon take the-offensive with the greatest fury since the beginning
of the war. Whoever can command the air will win the Spring.
campaign, he says. "'
BRITISH SUBMARINE CAPTURED
' The British submarine K-l was lost in the Dardanelles yesterday
the crew being taken prisoners by the lurks. While investigating
the mine field, the submarine accidentally ran ashore and was captured.
EPISCOPAL RECTOR ARRESTED
Rome The Rector of the Kpiscop.il church of America here wa
arrestee on suspicion oi uetng a uerman spy, our was promptly re
leased upon his. identity being established. Apologies -were offered
'and accepted.' 1
MOTOR PLANTS REQUISITIONED
Glasgow Die government lias taken over all Scotch motor
plants with a view to accelerating the furnishing of war materials.
REVOLT THREATENED IN CHINA
Peking Marauding Manchus headed by Japanese officers, haw
appeared in Shantung province, their raid indicating revolt. Revolu
tionary spirit is spreading throughout China, and leaders under Dr
Sun Yet Sun have been executed.
ROOSEVELT; TO ANSWER LIBEL
Syracuse Roosevelt will answer to chaise of libel brought against
him by Barnes today. i
EDUCATOR IS MENTIONED
New York Prof. Murray Butler, of Columbia University, is men
honed as a presidential possibility to run against llsou next year.
ALASKA RAILWAY TO START
.Seattle The first rails for the Alaska lailway, vhicli,.yill be own
ed by the government, have been shipped. The Yukon is breaking up
. and will soon be opeii tor navigation. , ,
Sunday Morning, April 18.
. ' -Sugar, 4.885. . .
Honolulu Diver Lougham was down on the submarine F-4 five
hours yesterday owing to entangling of the lines. He had to be kept
later nine hours in the recompression tank and is now in the sick bav
of the cruiser Maryland. He was assisted in returning from the bot
tom by Diver Cnlly.
Lines are now well distributed around the submarine.
Mrs. Moore announces that the fund" for the relief of' the families
of the dead sailors of the F 4 amounts to $4,000, with more coming
in. The girl's swimming club handed each of the widows" of the
sailors $50 yesterday-, raised from a benefit performance which they
The submarine will lie dragged into sliallow water about next
Wednesday so that the divers can work at her advantageously.
THE WOES OF CHINA
Peking Negotiations between China and Japan are deadlocked re
garding lengths former will go in yielding to demands which China
claims affects the Republic as a self-governing state.
The United States has been appealed to by Missionaries in China
for intervention, a 5,000 word memorial on the subject having been
cabled to President Wilson.
It is claimed by the missionaries that Japan's aggressions against
China are a menace to American interests in the Orient.
JAPAN ADMITS DEADLOCK
Tokio A condition of deadlock continues to prevail at Peking.
Both sides are seeking a way to overcome the duhculties.
. . SEEKS AID IN JAPAN
r. T-. '- r ... i i ' t i i 4-
oau rrancjsey v,urr.iu,.a siacm iu japan saueu several days ago
from Seattle. He will seek aid iu Japan iu pacifying Mexico. His
quest is hopeless. .
BICYCLE CHAMPION KILLED '
T 1 -KT T T?1 1 1T.T? 1 .1 1 - , ...
iNewarK, .n j. rioyu .wi-raiiiiiiu, emuupiou coast Dicycilst, was
killed in a fracas witli 'a confectioner here last night, being stabbed
with a screw driver.
EUROPE QUIET LAST NIGHT
.. ' London A pall of silence has settled down upon the beliggerent
capitals. No official reports of fighting were forthroming from any
point during the night. Repotts of damage done to civilians in vari
ous places raided constitute the gt eater part ot yesterday's news.
GREEK STEAMER TORPEDOED
The Greek steamer Hellespont, bound from Holland for Uruguay,
was torpedoed off the Kinder lightship. Twenty-one of her crew and
the Dutch pilot were saved.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN VICTIMS
Most of the deaths from taube raids have been of women and
BOMBARDMENT IS RENEWED
Constantinople The British battleships Majestic and Swiftsure
resumed bombardment yesterday at Gavctaphi.
IN THE AEGEAN SEA
London A Tuikish torpedo boat was sunk in .the Aegean sea.
She had attacked a British transport and was chased by a mine trawl
cr. The crew were made prisoners.
P01NDEXTER OUT OF WET
Spokanc-Senator Miles Poindexlcr, of Washington, has renounc
ed the Progressive party and goes back into the Republican fold for
reiiomination for the Senate.
WAS SHOT BY MISTAKE
Laredo, Texas General Herrera, one of the foremost officers of
General Carrauza's army in Mexico, was shot and killed1" by his own
men, as he and his staff came over a rise of land from an unexpected
direction, the party being mistaken for Villa soldiers.
CALIFORNIA AND JAPAN
Sah Francisco Jacob Schief , the great New York financier, spoke
bare last' night, urging Californians to become better acquainted with
the Japanese and shed themselves of race prejudice.
AMERICANS FROM MEXICO
Washington General Zapata has notified the 'State department
that a special train would carry American and other refugees from the
city of Mexico Friday night. There will be accommodations for 300.
PRESIDENT WITH THE SCRIBES
President Wilson will attend the banquet of the. Associated Prefcs
New York next Tuesday.
A NEW AMERICAN STEAMER
The Hamburg American Packet Company's steamer "Georgia'-'
has been given American registry and renamed the Hottsatanic"
Honolulu Representative Ktinihea declines to resign under firo.
Schoficld Barracks men are searching for a hunter who is lost in
RUMOR GRAND DUKE SHOT
London Prussian newspapers publish a report that Grand Duke
Nicholas, of the Russian army, has been shot by General Sieveres,
commander of the defeated-Tenth Army.
TURTLE BAY INVESTIGATION
Washington Commander Irwin, U. S. N. has been ordered to
make a complete investigation of the report that Japanese are arrang
ing to establish a naval base of some sort at Turtle Bay in Lower
California, Mexico, and to report his findings at once.
HUERTA MAKES STATEMENT
New York Former President Huerta, of Mexico, states that
Mexico never at any time gave Japan, nor any other foreign govern
ment, rights or concessions of any kind along "the Lower California
OKUMA THINKS PEACE NEAR
Tokio Premier Okuma.'of Japan, expresses the opinion that the
war in Kurope'inust soon end for the reason that both sides arc becom
ITALY SIUrTlNli LUNlKAIiANl)
London On the verge of war with Austria, her former ally, Italy
is taking drastic measures to prevent contraband articles crossing the
Attempts to rush food supplies across the border before the war
is actually declared is being blocked by the Italian government, those
caught trying to do so being penalized.
OFFICIAL PREDICTS NO WAR
Casscffendi says that he has assura'nees Italy will continue to re
main neutral during the war.
AIRSHIP VISITS STRASBURG
An airship has dropped twelve bombs in Strasburg, wounding two
people. The machine was attacked by guns designed for fighting
air-craft and driven away.
AUSTRIA TO STRIKE FIRST
Rome Should Italv announce her intention of entering the war,
it is believed she will be attacked by Austria.
MORE AIR RAIDS EXPECTED
London Kngland is expecting more air raids by German Zep-
The Germans made an aerial attack on- Amiens. France, during
which five women and two men were killed and eight wounded.
RUSSIANS LQSE 500,000 MEN
The Russian losses in killed and wounded, sick and prisoners in
tiie Carpathian campaign will reach a half million men.
OFFICERS PUNISHED IN REPRISAL
Ten British officers have been placed in solitary confinement in
Magdeberg prison os reprisal for the treatment Kngland accords some
of the crews of German suln.iarines which have been captured.
GERMAN SHELLS IN SWITZERLAND
German shells have struck into Switzerland for the third time
since the war started.
The Germans arc endeavoring to destroy the French port at
Ludwig Paul Selbaeh, claiming to be an American citizen but
who is held iu Kngland on the charge of being ,an alien eneinv, has
admitted that he was born iu Hamburg, Germany. t
DIVER HAS A CLOSE CALL
Honolulu It is rumored today that one of the expert divers en
gaged in work on the submarine F-4 had been drowned. Another
diver went down, however, and brought him safely to the surlace
when it was found that his rope had becoipe entangled.
Saturday, April 1 7
Sugat, advanced to 4.885.
Honolulu Under the fire of public criticism. Representative Ku
pihea is reported to be contemplating resigning his seat in the House.
Owners of cattle are opposing the bill relating to dairy animals.
The experts working to raise the submarine F-4 have succeeded
in placing two lines around the submerged craft as she lies at the bot
tom of the sea.
The relief fund for the families of the F-4 has reached a total ,of
immigration authorities protesting against the government allowing
former, President Huerta, of Mexico, to remain in tne united states.
Others insist that he be arrested as a fugitive tronr justice and
turned over to Carranza for trial.
FRANCE'S UNIQUE PROPOSAL ,iU
Paris A member of the Chamber of Deputies advanced the pTj
posal yesterday that whenever a merchant ship belonging to the Allies
is sunk by Germans that a Geruian ship be given to the owners as re
compense for the loss. ...
HAVANA IN QUARANTINE
Havana, Cuba Bubonic plague has been officially declartd epi
demic at this port.
VILLA FORCES DECAMP
Mazatlan, Mexico The forces of General Villa, heretofore sta
tioned at Tepic, have evacuated their posts and are hurrying iu the
direction of Guadalajara. Mexican customs officials have abandoned
their posts at San-Bias.
INDIANS DEFEAT TURKS
Loudon In a bloody battle between an Indian expeditionary
force and 1500 Turks, the latter were signally defeated and dispersed,
but at the cost of 700 men killed and wounded.
The Turkish loss ran into the thousands.
- THROUGH CANAL JULY FOURTH
New York The naval parade through the Panama canal has been
definitely set for July Fourth.
GUTHRIE GOING HOME "
Pittsburg George W. Guthrie, United Stales Ambassador to Ja
pan, has cabled telatives here that he will shortly return home on a
visit. This may mean that the end of the China-Japan trouble is in
THAW IS AGAIN BUGHOUSE v
Nqw York Harry Thaw has been remanded by the court to fal
tewau Asylum for the insane.
BULGARIA LOOKING FOR TROUBLE
London The premier of Bulgaria, presumably speaking for Czar'
Ferdinand, is crcmtlcd with the statement that Bulgaria is about to
enter the Kuropean war. .
Italian armies are massed along the Austrian border. m
Iu Turkish waters the L'ritisl , French and Russian fkels arcTcn
gaged in raiding coast points.
San Francisco The American lumber schooner Ktiiel Zane, own
ed here and which was given up for lost, has arrived :.t Guayaquil.
Tokio The Kmperor of Japan will be crowned November 10 next,
San Fraucsico The Japanese accuse General Otis of starting the
rumor that they were planning the establishment of a port in Lower
California, Mexico; ond that he did so in order to influence the gov
ernment to buy cerlain property owned by him there.
Washington The government will inquire into the negotiations
allegid to be pending between Mexico and Japan for a naval base at
Turtle Bay in Lower California.
London Roused by the spectacle of huge German aeroplanes fly
ing over peaceful Knglish fields in daylight and dropping bombs, the
small towns and country-side people realize that they are no longer
immune from Zeppelin invasion.
Operations of the military airmen today have overshadowed all
other developments of the war, insofar as Kngland is concerned. The
deadlock at the western front, with the tide swaying along the battle
line; the fightng in the Carpathians and even the persistent attempts
of the Allied fleets to break through the Dardanelles are overwhelmed
in public thought by the invasion of Kngland bv German ainnen.
Kentishtown, thirty miles from London, was bombarded. The
damage was slight, but alarm great. '
A fleet of German Zeppelins has been sighted, flvii: westward.
London no longer feels safe from visitations by German dirigibles.
It is reported that there is much activity in the German airshi,p
base at Cuxhaven. Special cVnils of police have been sworn iii oirgf'c-,
count of fear of bomb-throwing from airships at night. N
An Old-Timer Dead
Yasunari, for more than twenty
years locomotive driver for Koloa
Sugar Company's plantation, died
in the Koloa hospital yesterday
morning of tuberculosis. He left
a wife and six children. Deceased
was well known around Koloa and
was liked bv everybody.
The Lihue Band will
regular monthly concert
25th., at 3
on Saturday. April
Abo f lolmnann
"Ideal" ...C. F. Daniels'
"Dream of Autumn" ...
F. 11. l.OM'V
PACIFIC MAIL TO DISCONTINUE
San Francisco The Pacific Maii Steamship Company
formal notice to its agents on both sides of "the Pacific thn
pany will discontinue business on November 1 next.
No freight contracts will remain in force after July 1.
WILL SEIZE FOREIGNERS
Seattle American steamships operating steamers out of Seattle,
San Francisco and Alaskan ports have been notified by the British ad-
nuralty that ueriiian, Austrian anu liirKisu passengers will he re
moved by the British authorities whenever such vessels touch at Cana
ZEPPELIN RAID YESTERDAY
Loudon Three Zeppelins appeared on the P.nghsh coast yester
day, dropping fifty bombs south of the Ihames in Kent' and bombard
ir..! i . Ti . .1 1 1 . j ri
eu i'aversuam aim oiuingnounie. u is &upposeii mat aneerness was
the objective point of the invaders, but the naval base there, was not
IIEURTA NOT IN FAVOR
New York A large number of Americans have telegraphed the
' Two Filipinos were before the
Lihue district court yesterday on
the charge of breaking jail. One! 8
of them was serving a year for
larceny, being sent up from Wai-j
mea. He was given three months
additional. Another had been sent
over for a year and half, from Ko
loa, for vagrancy. He was given
an additional two months.
Speeder Fined $25
Lovell, an auto driver, was lined
$25 in the Waimea district court
yesterday for speeding. The of
fense was committed on Sunday.
A question mark had been placed
opposite Lovell's speed record before.
Waltzes "Under Southern Skies"
- 0. Carlton
Selection "llolieinmn Girl"
March "American JCngle'f
Serenade "At tho Fountain"
'- F. If. Losoy
Finnic "Klectrio Wizard"
F. II. LoH-y
The Star Spangled Banner.
J. A. Sor,A
Mr. Wadman On Kauai
The freighter Arizonaii)( voyage
No. 3, arrived at Port Allen yes
terday morning, bringing a mail
and 27 tons of freight. She is tak
ing 33,000 bags of sugat and will
sail this afternoon for Kahului.
Lihues Easy Victors
Sunday afternoon the Lihues
had a try-out game with the new
Japanese league team, on the Li
hue grounds, winning easily.
Rev. J. P. Krdman and Rev, A,
Akana came up on the Hall Friday
to join the number of church
workers assembled rt Waimea for
Rev. J. W. Wadman arrived on
Kauai last Wednesday inonvrKg
and has spent much of the time
since addressing the schools of the
island on the subject of temper
ance. On Friday he addressed the
church convention at Waimea. It
is his intention to return tonight to
Vice Consul Silva?
John I. Silva, a prominent mer
chant of Kleele, Kauai, probably
will be appointed Poituguese vice
consul for Kauai within the next
few days. Star-Bulletin.
The governor has approved the
following homestead leases for
homesteaders at Hanalei, Kauai:
Peter Kanihaalilo, lot 25; Mafia
Katnaka, lots 24 and 25 A; Solomhn
Kamaka, lots 35 and 35A; Mili
kaa, lots 30 and 30 A, and Kalca
kala, lots 36 and 36A.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilcox and
Rev. Hans Isenberg returned from
Honolulu in the W. G. Hall