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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAY 4. 1915
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Directory Man Here
Wm. T. Barkow is on Kauai
j working up data for the new 1915
j directory, lie is an experienced
j directory man, and is trying very
hard to make the Kauai section of
I the new book the most complete
' and accurate ever gotten out. Mr.
Barkow will probably finish his
work this week and return to Ho
jnolulu Saturday night.
! Passengers In And Out
j The following arrived bv the
Kinau last Wednesday morning
1 from Honolulu:
S. Powers, Chas. Gay, R, W. T.
and Mrs. Purvis, Ah Chuck, Koon
Lock, Yun Woo, Kam Yew, Kern
Nee, Lun Ho, Koon Sun, See
Chong, Lnrn Mau, Tai Lane. Ben
Lazaina, C. Lazama, J. R. Gomez,
Rev. Hans Isenberg, A. Garten
berg, P. Palama. W. D. McBryde,
J. Kamanuwai, D. W. Dean, H. J.
Eby, Miss Combs, Miss M. Gomes.
S. Bilo, K. Kotani, Mr. Korzumi,
Mrs. Chew Wah, W. T. Barkow.
The following arrived at Lihue
by the W. G. Hall Friday morning
C. A. Rice, Mrs. C. A. Rice, S.
Takemura, Rev, S. K. Kaulili. A.
Andrew, H. Truscott, O. Pruser,
F. T. Schmidt, Rev. H. Obye, J.
H. Coney, Mrs. I. H. Conev. Miss
C. K. Coney. Miss C. P. Conev.
Coney's maid, J. A. Hogg and 11
John A. Hogg, the Lihue garage
man, returned Friday morning
from a visit to Honolulu.
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue. Kauai,
will receive sealed tenders up to
10 o'clock a. m. of May 5, 1915,
for furnishing all Materials, Labor,
Tools and Machinery and macada
mizing three miles of road extend
ing from the foot of the grade at
Kalihiwai, three miles towards
Lihue, passing through Kilauea,
About 6,000 cubic yaids of crush
ed rock will be required. The
contract is to be paid for by the
cubic yard for all crushed rock ap
plied in approved manner.
A certified check amounting to
5 of the amount of bid must ac
company each bid. ' Bond as re
quired by law.
Specifications will be furnished
by the undersigned on receipt of
$5.00 which will be, returned on
return of specifications
J. H. Moragne.
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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Situation At Dardanelles
London It is reported here llmt warships bombarding the Dar
dandles forts did great damage to the forts and town, the latter is re
ported destroyed. Constantinople says Allies troops landing in Galli
poll prevented from making headway.
The French battleship Henry IV damaged by fire from forts.
un tne iJospnorus side ot Constantinople, the Kussian lieet nns
been compelled to retire after several hours demonstration against the
Allies Reports Unsuccessful
Washington Berlin savs that 'In Flar.dets, the enemy after
strong preparation for artillery, attempted nn assault on German posi
tions northeast of Ypres. The French attacked vigorously between
the canal and the road to Ypres. English weakly moved westward.
Enemy's efforts absolutely unsuccessful, especiaily in view ot German's
flanking and reserve fire, trench loM several trenches."
Kaiser And Prince Henry At Front
Amsterdam I he uerman Inipernr and Prince Henry are again
at the western frontier insrecting trenches and fortifications fronting
the Allies lines.
Tokio Unless the latest list of twenty four demands be accepted,
once, Japan will send an ultimatum to China and break off diploma
U. S. S. Crooklyn To East
Washington The cruiser Brooklyn has been erricicd to the Orient
to relieve the Sanatoga.
Honolulu Congressional party arrived, all well.
Monday May, 3.
Sugar, raws, 4.827.
Honolulu, Sierra, with Congressmen due here at eight o'clock
this morning. Reception committee, will go out some distance to
meet the steamer.
McGrath, said not to be no the oil steamer. Believed to be in
American Tank Steamer Torpedoed
London The American tank steamer 'Gaflight' from Port Atthur,
and bound for Rouen, was torpedoed off the Scilly Islands yesterday,
by a German submarine. The steamer now lines beached, the captain
dead from schock and two of the crew from bullets.
Two German Submarines And British Destroyer Sunk
London Two German torpedo boats were run down and sunk by
a squadron of four British destroyers in the North Sea, Saturday.
The list of casualties, at the Dardanelles; just sent out by the
Admiralty, makes previous reports from the enemy, appear ridiculous.
The fleet losses in six days, six men killed fifty-three wounded.
The British desttoyer 'Recruit' was sunk by a Gefman submarine
esterday off the Belgium coast, while attempting to go to the aid of
the Norwegian steamer 'Columbia' sent down by same submarine.
Northern Pacific Arrives Three Days Late
San Francisco After weathering 100 miles of gale, the steamer
Northern Pacific arrived here three davs late.
Girl Scout Movement
London Women are enlisting as girl scouts in Britain's cause.
for home service.
U. S. S. Denver Aids British Steamer
San Diego -The British steamer Cetriana was towed here, by the
cruiser Denver, in response to wireless calls, for protection from a
band of Mexicans who attempted to take the ship and cargo, and iail
New Invasion Of Russia By Germans
London A new invasion of Russia, has been started bv Germans
to divert attention from the battle of the Carpathians, and the advance
on Cracow. This time the thrust is tar to the North iu the Baltic
Quiet On Western Front
Paris Comparative quiet reigns along the western front for the
past 48 hoursr No further bombardment of Dunkirk.
German aeroplanes yesterday bombarded several towns in eastern
France. Twenty bombs fall in fours and evidently nobody hurt.
French aviators dropped bombs on the fortifications of Metz.
Extraordinary Cabinet Meets
Tokio An extraordinary cabinet was culled yesterday, to consider
China's refusal to meet Japan's latest demands.
Policy decided upon was not made public.
Walsh Denies Breaking Faith With Rockfeller
Cincinnati The statement issued last night, by Federal Commis
sioner Walsh denying that he hud broken faith with young Rockfeller;
relative statements made says that while the young man represents
the greatest fortune in the world, he is merely a subordinate, acting
entirely under instructions from his father.
Sunday, May 2
No sign of McGrath, who broke jail yesterday.
Renewed Activities Along Eastern Front
Loudon Yesterday was marked by renewed activities along the
entire eastern troni, irom jiDau on tne Kussian name to bniyrna, on
the Mediterranean, with the greatest interest centering along the
Germans report meeting with success, in their attacks along the
Activities In The Carpathians
Vienna Reports received here of a big battle in the Carpathians,
reverse for German-Austro forces, but with operations generally sue
cessful for Teutons.
Washington The attack on the Cushing, according to official
reports, was unprovocked, and made in broad daylight. When the
American ensign was flying, the aeroplane was so close that the officers
could see the German ensign painted on the underside of the machine,
Ottawa is under the sting of an insult. Private Londsdale, of Leeds
Ontario insulted a German officer, in a prison camp, in Geimany,
and as a result, is to be court-martialled . May ba executed.
Last nip.ht minister Hughes stated that whatever was done to
Londsdale, would be meted out to the three Germans, who are now
prisoners in canac. one oi wnom is a nouieman. n uanaoian is exe
cuted, the three will be promptly shot. If forced to indignities, they
will be similarly treated.
RooseveIt-Barr.es Trial Extended
Syracuse The trial of Barnes-Roosavelt case, seems to have only
begun. Twenty-five former and present State officials, will be called
to stand, Defense will probably rest Wednesday.
Internes To Be Held At Norfolk
Norfolk The two interned German auxiliaries, will be held at
Norfolk Navy yard. j
British Booze Advances -j
London Booze prices have advanced to exactly the amount pro-
posed by Lloyd-George, and without notice, the tax on whiskey and ,
brandy, is to be increased bv three dollars per gallon.
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