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TBB GARDEN ISLAN.D, TUESDAY, xMAY 4, 1915
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Wallace Theatre Doomed
New York The old Wallace theatre is being pulled down to make
room for yet another skyscraper.
Widow Of Madero Leaves Mexico
Kl Paso The widow of the late President Madero, passed through
here, on her way to New York.
Harsh Weather Subsides
San Francisco The heavy rains and winds, now prevailing, have
driven away the frost, and a bumper crop of fruits and grain ensuted.
Swiss Mobilization Unexplained
Berne No official reason is given, for the increase of military,
now under arms call, It is believed to be an indication of the imme
diate participation of Italy with the Allies in the war.
Women Delegate To Powers
The Hague The women in Congress have adopted proposals, to
send delegates representing the Congress to President Wilson, and all
European Power sovereigns, demanding the immediate sessation of
Shooting Matches Arranged
Washington Shooting matcnes, for national championships, will
be held this summer on home ranges of Hawaii, The Phillippines,
Alaska, The Canal Zone, Poito Rico and the Mainland,
Case Of Typhus In New York
New York The first case of Typhus to reach here, was brought
in the steamer Christoferos, the third engineer being down with this
Tokio Japan will restore Tsing Tail, in lieu of formal acceptance
of modifidied demands, at the conference tomorrow It is believed
that China will retuse. Japan's attitude becomes weaker as negotia
tions drag on; Tapan denouncing Okuma's ministry. A wave of hosti
lity is sweeping through Japan, against the government.
Peking The Chinese minister of foreign aff.-.irs, presented to Hi
oka, the Chinese maximum of acceptances. They include further ac
ceptances bv China, but Hioka says fall short of minimum. Contained
twentv for China, and says "You will inform your government."
Hioka is said to have remarked that he was sorrv. as he believed his
government would be disappointed. China agreed to all demands, re
specting Mongolia, excepting that demanding, which would place the
seltlemert of question respecting agricultural lands owned by Japanese,
within the jurisdiction of Japanese consular courts.
German Headquarters Reports
Washington German Headquarters says all attacks north west of
Yprcs, and on the east bank of the river have failed. The forttcss of
Dunkirk has been shelled by artillery. Three of the enemy's avia'ors
we're forced to the giound.
An engagement near Szawle ended advantageously to the Ger
mans. The Russians fled after having fired the town.
The Russian attack on east Plock, was repulsed with the loss of
300 prisoners. Hostile coastal aviators have also been active resulting
in damage to a number of Osteud buildings.
Storm Damages Vcsscla
San Francisco Many small craft along the coast have been dam
aged in the tecent storm. The temperature in Loss Angeless fell to
-14. Some 50,000 sheep have frozen to death in Oregon,
London Earthquake shocks recorded here, indicate disturbances
Warning Is Posted
Minister Vandyke to the Netherlands reports, unices havp been
posted, warning Americans, that if they travel on ships of Germany's
enemies, they do so at their own risk. This warning is believed
to forshadow incrensed activity by German submarines. Reports re
ceived of damage sustained iy the S. S. dishing.
London According to Allies reports, the Peninsula of Gallipoli,
is being gradually severed by the Allies.
It is impossible f.or Turkish troops to pass back and forth.
British aviators have attacked German batteries, shelling Dunkirk.
Shells from 17 in. guns fell in the city for 10 minutes.
Damage done bv British bombs is unknown. The Russian fteamer
bvorono with coal, trom Arcliangel lias been sunk by a submarine off
the coast of Ireland.
Swiss Called Out
Berne ine federal Louneil ot Switzerland, has called out the
sixth division of the Swiss armv.
Saturday, May 1
McGralh Breaks Jail
Honolulu McGrath, one of the trio of men figuring in the notori
ous opium scandals and disclosures of the past several months, broke
jail during last night and is at large. He was to have been sentenced
today. Inasmuch as he cannot well gel away from the island without
detection, his recapture is probably only a question of a short time.
Sayres Heads The Brewery
The report of yesterday that St. C. Savres would succeed C. G.
Bartlett at the head of the Honolulu Brewerv is fully confirmed. The
control of the business remains in local hands.
Waialua To Retire Bonds
Waialua Agricultural Company (Waialua sugar plantation) will
buy up and retire its outstanding bonds, leaving the corporation clear
of indebtedness and on a first-class basis in every particular.
No Taxes For Hilo R. R
The Governor has signed the bill exempting the Hilo Railway
from taxes for a period of five years. The Hilo Railway has not been
a financial success, and in view, of its importance to the island of Ha
waii, the Legislature considered it worth while to help it along to the
extent of remitting its taxes.
Strong Turk Resistance
Lndon A determined resistance is meeting the attempts of the
Allies to reduce the fortifications at the Dardanelles.
The Landing At Dardanelles
Dardanelles The landing of the Allies was made undar cover of
the warships, but has been costly to the invaders, they losing heavily
The British have established a line at Gallipoli, and the French
have captured the strong position of Cape Cuincale.
Russian Advance Slows Down
Petrograd The Russian advance in Uzsok Pass has slowed down
as a result of the stubborn resistance of the Austro-Gcrman forces.
Great Fire In Panama
Colon A disastrous fire, doing $2,000,000 of damage, hroke'out
here yesterday. Twelve thousand persons were rendered temporarily
homeless. Twenty-two city blocks were wiped out. Serious disorders
accompanied the conflagration, and many arrests were made by the
Villa Wins A Victory
El Paso Villa's armies defeated the garrison at Trinidad.
Another Zeppelin Raid
London Zeppelins again raided the English coast last night. At
this time the extent of damage is not known.
Steamers Have Pilikia
San Francisco The steamer North Pacific? of the Hill line, is
hove to off Point Arena, with her steam and hand steering gear batter
ed out of commission.
The Mexican steamer Victoria is in distress off Coronado.
Bachelor Girls Taxed
Sacramento The bill introduced in the Legislature to tax bache
lors over 40 years of age in this Stale has been followed by another to
tax "bachelor girls.' i
Minnesota In Drydcck
Tokio When hope of getting the steamship Minnesota off the
rocks was abandoned, dynamite was tried on the rock beneath her
keel which was successfully blasted out without particular injury to the
vessel. The steamer was then taken to Nagasaki and successfully lifted
into the arydock.
Laborers Accept Compromise
Chicago Acting contrary to the orders of the chiefs of the labor
unions, 65,000 railway strikers have accepted the decision of the Arbi
tration Board and have gone back to work. They get an increase of
Rcdiicld Is Optimistic
Philadelphia Secretary Redfield predicts even a larger increase
Sugar, advanced to 4. S3.
Rapid Transit's Troubles
Honolulu The matter of the Territory vs, The Honolulu Rapid
Transit & Land Co., the Attorney General has asked for injunction to
prevent the company issuing am more of its .stock, which is declared
to be now illegal, following the action of the Governor in refusing to
approve the Franchise Bill.
Minnesota Still Stuck
Tokio Three attempts to float the American steamship Minne
sota, which is stranded on the rocks on the Japanese coast, have failed.
China And Japan
There were no developments todav in the crisis between China
and Japan. The second conference has been postponed at the request
Aeroplanes Attack American Ship
Loudon A Rotterdam despatch says that the steamer Cusding,
which sailed from Philadelphia April 11, brings news that she was
attacked bv aviators in the North Sea, two bombs being dropped,
without, however, inflicting anv damage.
The Gushing flies the American flag.
Eleele News Note
Mrs. Win. Pillar, of Wahiawa,
entertained at. tea in honor of sonic
of the ladies who are leaving on
the Matsonin next at Wcdticsdav
afternoon. The afternoon was very
pleasantly spent in sewing and
later on dainty refreshments were
served. Among those present
were Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Alexan
der, Miss de Lackncr, Mrs. Moler,
Mrs. Bole,- Mrs. Hughes, Mrs.
Leavitt, Mrs. Roondahl, Mrs. Has
tie, Mrs. Glaisver,' Mrs. Kruse,
Misses Rustic, Mrs. Tohnson, Mrs,
Morse and Misses Ing.
Mrs. Rocndal entertained at a
tea on Thursday nflernoon.
Mr. Walter McBryde returned
to Kauai after a two months trip
to the coast.
Mrs. Harry J. Kby, of McBryde,
returned to Kauai on Wednesday
after a trip to San Francisco and
Miss Mildred de Lackue.r, nurse
at the Eleele hospital left en Sat
urday for New York. Miss de
Lackner has been in Eleele for
over two years and her many
friends hale to see her go. Miss!
Pepper who is well known on Kan-!
ai, will take her place temporarily. !
Mrs. Frank Alexander, of Ele
ele, left on Saturday for her home
in New York. Mrs. Alexander
expects to be gone about s i x
Mis. Robbins, who has been
visiting her-son on McBrvde for
the past six months left on Satur
day for her home in Ohio.
A Kick From Koloa
' In the Ilanalci district court
yesterday, A. Batille plead guilty
to assault and battery, committed
on a compatriot named Drabrero.
-He was fined twenty dollars and
three dollars costs.
IT. S. Truscott, chief engineer of
Makaweli, returned Friday morn
ing from an important business
visit to Honolulu. Otto Prueser,
blacksmith of Ilananiaulu planta
tion, also returned by the same
Host "Dick" Oliver, of the
Waimea Hotel, was a passenger
for Honolulu in the Kinau Satur
Koloa, Kauai, May 1st., 1915.
Editor Garden Island:
Please allow me a space in your
paper, and print the following).
I was at the Koloa Theater lKt,
night, and noticed that the benches
were kept as reserved seats up
stairs, with the exception of a tew
chairs which were reserved for
some of the audience. Now as a
riile first come first serve, but these
audiences were of the very last,
and these chairs were . specially
hidden for thrm when the price of
reserved scats was all equal.
There should not be any favori
tism shown at a show house when
the prices are equal, have either
all benches or all chairs to give a
square deal to the public, in gen
eral. Square deal.
The committee on "housing"
the members of the Congressional
party on the night of the 13th has
practically completed its work and
very excellent arrangements hav'-'
been made all around.
The rainfall at the residence of
A. S. Wilcox from Friday morn
ing at seyen o'clock to Saturday
morning at seven o clock was .
inches. Of this amount
dies fell in the space of
hours between 2 and 4 o'clock on
k was V:
t 4.32 S.i
The chartered steamer 'Hanify'
is due at Port Allen this morning,
while the American-Hawaiian
'Georgian' will reach that port
next Thursday. .
Notice is hereby givsn that no
bills will be paid for the entertain
ment of the Congressional Party on
the Island of Kauai unless the
same are approved in writing by
H. D. Wishard, Lihue.
Wadu Wakrkn Thayer,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, April 30, 1915.
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