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LATEST WIRELESS HS
THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915
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W. W. D:-c::do.,Ltd.
U5-65 King St. Honolulu
Besides the famous Re
gal Shoes, we also sell
the Nettleton Shoes for
Men ($7) and the Wich
ert & Gardiner Shoe3
for Women. Either of
Jfsthe three brands are
' r nr t n crive absolute
The Footograph System as
sures your getting the cor
REGAL SHOE STORE
"The paramount thing is
to save. No man has any
business to spend all he
makes. He has' no right
to expect continuous help
from those around him.
Even if he makes 'but
five or six dollars a week
he should save one. It
may not be easy, but one
dollar pieces will add
Start a Savings Account.
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Monday Morning, April 26.
Honolulu Rough weather outside stopped work on the submarine
The unoccupied house of Dr. M. E. Grossman, Nuuanu valley,
Tvas burned down. Loss, $18,000.
Honolulu Chinese sent identical messages to Sir Edward Grey and
President Wilson yesterday, bearing on the situation in China.
Canadians Meet Germans
London Temporarily abandoning the drive against the French
cction or the line in Flanders, the Germans yesterday concentrated
heir efforts in an attempt to pierce a section of the line held by Cana
ian troops. The Canadians firmly held their ground, and the fight
:g, which was continuing at last accounts, was most deadly.
In the opinion of military experts tLe German offensive between
lie Meuse and Moselle 13 merely a feint.
Russians Relieve Galicia
Petrograd The Russhti government has appropriated $5,500,000
tr the relief ot sufferers in Galicia.
Incidents In England
London A large consignment of mules, intended for Germany,
ave just been brought in here and will be set to work with delivery
c.irts of the army.
Female officers are replacing men at Brighton.
Chief of police of Southampton advertisers for women at $7 and
$9 a week to act a.? peace officers for the remainder of the war in order
that men may go to the bnttlefront.
All railways will eliminate chnuig cars from trains.
Socialists Issue Manifesto
Rome A faction of the Socialist party issued a manifesto yester
declaring themselves opposed to all war.
The Fighting In Mexico
San Diego Carranza forces have captured the town of Navajo.
with machine guns and ammunition, putting Villa troops on run.
Two Americans in the Yaqui valley -were killed while defending
Sunday, April 25.
Chinese Appeal To Hague
San Francisco An appeal to the Hague tribunal for aid to China
n her determination to resist the twenty-one demands presented bv
apan was cabled the Hague last night by the heads of the Chinese
Six Companies. The cable says that China is menaced by internal en-
mies as well as by Japan, so that help must come from outside.
Britishers In Turkey
Constantinople The first British prisoners to arrive here (.the
crew of the submarine K 15) are attracting great atttntjon.
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Wo neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
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Largest Cleaners and Most
Sanitary Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
High Class Work.
Laundry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai,
777 King Street
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Acting upon this advice, the
five men were discharged. Two
left the plantation without argu
ment or trouble, but it became
necessary to have three of them
ejecled by the plantation police.
FOR 13TH OF 1!
Notices are being sent out today
to members of the Kauai Chamber
In the evening thefolice visited ! of Commerce, requesting them to
Camp 2, where the men had lived, be present at the luncheon to be
and found that they had returned given in honor of the visiting Con-
there. It is declared that upon
finding them there Officer Heifers
became quite angry and lashed one
of them with a whip. The latter
went away, either stating or giving
those about him reason to suspect,
that he was going for a pistol. He
did not get the weapon, however,
but joined his other two comrades
and went off.
Soon afterward a section of the
cane-field was discovered to be on
fire, and the supposition imme
diately was that the discharged
Filipinoes had started the blaze.
About 300 laborers were called out
by the alarm, and by hard work
during the night they put out
the fire before the fields of young
cane were readied, adoui m
acres of grown cane were burned
Deputy sheriff Crowell, of Wai-
mea, went immediately in searcn
of the offenders aad arrested two
of the suspects, Wednesday morn
ing vSheriff Rice hurried to the
scene. Before arriving there the
third of the discharged Filipinoes
was brought in.
The three men were arraigned
in Judge Hofgaard's court at Wai-
mea on the charge of third-degree
malicious burning. County Attor
ney S. K. Kaeo appeared for the
prosecution. Defendants waived
examination and were committed to
the Circuit Court for trial by jury.
They were transferred yesterday
afternoon to the Lihue jail t o
remain until the next term.
gressmen at Niumalu May 13,
from 12 to 1 p. m.
This luncheon is being provided
by the special committee of the
Chamber of Commerce, the com
mittee having the assistance of the
ladies of the Mokihana Club.
Provision is being made for the
entertainment of 350 pjersons.
which will include the visitors,
members of the Chamber of Com
merce and local ladies.
Makaweli Brings Coal '
The barkentine Makaweli, Cap
tain Neilsen, arrived at Port Allen
Saturday morning from Newcastle,
bringing 1,200 tons of coal for
Makaweli, McBryde and Koloa
sugar comuanies. She will be there
about ten days and will then sail
for the Sound.
The Hilonian will be the next
big steamer at Port Allen. She
will arrive Thursday morning
Ah Chock Dead
Ah Chock, the well known Chi
nese merchant of Kapaia, died in
Honolulu last Friday after a long
illness, news ef his death having
been received by wireless. He
was on his second trip to the city
for treatment by a specialist when
overtaken b y death. Deceased
owned and operated the business
started by his father many years
A Small Party
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wiudas,
Grove Farm, entertained a few
friends Saturday evening, dancing
being the principal feature of the
Visitor at Lawai
Mrs. F. S. Hamilton, of Visali.t
Cat., daughter of Mr. and Mr. J
W. Rath, of Lawai, is visiting for
a month with her parents in the
famous cannery town. She came
to the Islands, also, to attend the
wedding of her sister, Mrs. George
A. Gonsalves, nee, Miss Ella Rath
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Dr Derby, the dentist, went to
Honolulu Saturday night and will
probably not return until Friday
lie will bring back with him the
equipment for his new dental par
lors in Lihue,
There are some wonderfully pretty
things in new Dress Good? for
summer, this year.
We have a good assortment
of them in
WHITE and FLOWERED
VOILE, LACE CLOTH, RA
ALLOVER LACE, LACE
NET and EMBROIDERY.
We extend our earnest invitation to the
ladies of Kauai to come and look at them.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P O.Box No 594 Honolulu
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
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MIGHT MAKF.S RIGHT."
Mrs. Merrill, of New York, and
Miss Landow, of Indianapolis, who
have been touring Kauai, will re
turn tonight to Honolulu.
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IT is sure to incite your admiration.
The Modari ha received more praise
than any corset we ever carried.
Style, Comfort and Quality the three
corset requisites are gloriously embodied
in the Madart. No other corset we know
offers as much for the money.
You cannot fully comprehend the quality
of the MoJart without seeing and com
paring it. Do this please.
You will appreciate our recommendation.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
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