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XnU GARDEN TSLAN.D, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915
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Tornado Hits Alberta
Red Cliflc, Alberta A disastrous tornado hit this town yesterday,
destroying homes and other buildings and inflicting damage on the
French Towns Penalized
Amsterdam In retaliation for the bombardment of a German
consulate in Turkey by a cruiser of the Allies, the French towns of
Valencienne and Raubax have been fined $.30,000 each, which must
be paid forthwith,
German Submarine Run Down .
London It was announced in Amsterdam yesterday that another
German submarine in the North Sea had been run down and sunkj by
a British cruiser. '
Russian Successes Continue
The Russians continue to hold the Dneister line, and have thrown
the Austro-Germaus back on their left with heavy losses.
Reinforcements have arrived and the Russians are fortifying their
latest positions in Galicia.
, Austro-Germon assaults are growing less impetuous, and it is be
lieved that they arc feeling a lack of ammunition. The lengthening of
tilt lines has caused no end of difficulty and delay in forwarding sup
plies to the troops at the front.
Judge Stuart has written the Interior Department advising the
"cutting up of large estate holdings in the Territory. Little attention
has been paid to the letter.
Eugene Love, a former partner of the notorious Jack Scully, plead
ed guilty today to a charge of embezzlement from Loveiov & Co.
Japan And Chinese Boycott
Tokio Five of the elder statesmen held a conference today with
Marquis Inouye on the Chinese boycott. Premiei Okuma was advised
to take immediate steps to check it, and save Japan's trade with China
Princess Hatsuko died today.
Rather than suffer the dishonor of becoming prisoners of war to
the Austro German forces, two Japanese officers committed hara-kari.
They had joined the Russian forces in Galacia.
Russians Are Rallying
London Harried and shattered in the disastrous retreat from
Galicia, the Russian forces have turned at hay and have checked the
Teuton advance. The left bank of the Dneister has been entirely clear
ed of the Teutons, and they arc making a desperate effort to force a
passage of the river elsewhere. Bridging operations have been begun
by them south of Bukaszounche. Remnants of detachments wlncii Had
previously crossed the Kozany. district were rallied and now attempt
ing the advance, ,
The Gciman drive elsewhere in the eastern arena has been parti
Italians And Austrians
Further successes at the Trent and Trieste fronts arc reported by
the Italians. They are keeping the Tyrol and Trentine front clear by
artillery fire an'd isolated infantry operations, Progress is being made
along, the Isonzo river.
In Belgium And France
British aviators dropped bombs today at Roulers, Belgium, where
the Germans had established an ammunition depot. The bombs explod
ed in the depot, killing fifty Germans. '
Trains loaded with heavy guns have left Essen for the German
tront at Buko river in Poland. It is believed that they will be used in
the German advance on Warsaw. '
Little activity is taking place on the west front, according to re
ports from France.
At The Dardanelles
Constantinople A Turkish patrol destroyed a party of Allies and
captured their guns.
Will Be No Embargo
Washington The report that the government is considering plac
ing an embargo on shipments to belligerent nations in retaliation for
British interference with America trade with neutrals is officially de
Zapata- Defeats Carranza
Zapata forces in possession' of Mexico City have inflicted a crush
ing defeat on the army of Gonxales and Carranza, which had advanced
Saturday, June 26
Peace Talk In Germany
Berlin The question ot peace was debated in fhe Prussian. Diet
The leader of the Socialists declared that "the masses of the people
desire an early ending of the great conflict.
The Minister of Interior said in reply that the Teutons must win.
The only thought that can prevail is that strife may be concluded in
such way that a repetition of it cannot occur.
The Experiment Blew Up
-Pittsburgh Ten persons were seriously burned in an explosion at
the Aetna Chemical Works yesterday, which occurred while experi
ments were being made with a new process of manufacturing gasoline.
Excitement In Georgia
Atlanta Jewish merchants vesterday received threatening letters
warning them to leave Georgia before Sunday. The mayor of Mariet
ta, the-home of Marv Phagen, the girl figuring in the sensational case.
has been ordered to hold himself in readiness for possible disorders.
Neutrality Being Violated
San Francisco United States District. Attorney Preston reports
flagrant al use of the neutrality rules in the recruiting of men at San
Francisco for the British army.
Food For Luxemberg
Paris A consignment of food from Switzerland for people in the
Grand Duchy of Luxemberg has been allowed to pass through France
to its destination.
Another Chicago Strike
Chicago The Master Builders' Association last night ordered an
absolute lockout in all building trades, effective immediately. Two
hundred thousand men thrown out of work.
Back To British Registry
San Francisco Captain Robert Dollar announces that owing to
the new shipping laws his steamers flying the American flag will be
put under British registry.
Portugal With Allies
SParis Ministerial declarations at Lisbon last night -.were to the
effect that Portugal will continue in sympathy with the Allies in re
venge for the encroachments of Germany on the rights of Portugal.
l Mrs. Clarence H. Cooke and
three daughters will arrive tomor
row from Honolulu to visit Mrs.
Hen Wise and Katie Milton, two
of the very best known of colored
minstrels, will arrive on .Kauai
next Friday morning, and will ap
pear Friday and Saturday evenings
at Kealia, in connection with the
motion picture program of W. A.
Fernandez, With them will be
Miss Spencer, a n accomplished
singer and dancer.
The minstrels will appear in Li
hue Monday and Tuesday, and
will then proceed down the line
to Waimea, the dates at' various
points to be announced later.
Wise and Milton were stars of
the famous Hogan minstrel com
pany. Thev stopped off in Hono
lulu years ago and have been theic
most of the time since. Miss Spen
cer is a Hawaiian girl, and is re
puted to be very clever. Advt.
The old board o f supervisors
will hold their final meeting Thurs
day morning, at which time busi
ness for the period will be closed
up. At noon the new board will
come jnto office, and will hold its
first meeting in the afternoon.
Among the items at the forenoon
session will ba endorsement o f
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg to be the
representative of Kauai in the Ha
waii Promotion Committee.
Teachers To Tour
Quite a few teachers of the Li
hue school will be absent during
the Summer. Miss Mumford, prin
cipal, and Misses Hannah and
Daisy Sheldon and Miss Lottie
Jordan will "take in" in the San
Francisco fair. Miss Starkweather
will visit her old home at Berkeley,
while Mrs. Buike will likely tour
Cyril O. Smith, of the Kapaa
school, and W. C. Avery, of the
Kauai High And Grammar school,
left -Saturday afternoon for Hono
lulu to take up work in the Sum
The children of Fred and Dr.
E. C. Waterhotise, of Honolulu,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas,
H. Wilcox, Lihue.
In Tim Cihcuit Court o v Tim
Fifth Circuit, Tkrritorv
At Chambers In Proba'tc.
In the Matter ol the Estate of
David Kealahula, deceased.
Order of notice of petition for
allowance of accounts, determina
tion of trust and distributing of the
On reading" and filing the peti
tion and accounts of Wm. Bade,
of Koloa, Kauai, Administrator of
the Estnt- of David Kealahula,
wherein petitioner asks to be al
lowed $204.35 and charged -with
$157.35, and asks that the same be
examined and approved, and that
a final order be made of Distribu
tion of the remaining property to
the persons thereto entitled and
discharging petitioner and sureties
from all further responsibility her
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
31st clay of July A. D. 1915. at
9:30 o'clock a. m. before the Judge
of said' Court presiding at Cham
bers at his court room in Lihue,
Kauai, be and the same hereby is
appointed the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons inter- '
ested may then and there appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why the same should not be grant
ed, and may present evidence as to
who are entitled to the "said pro
Dated the 28th day of lunc,
(Sgd.) Lyi.k A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the x
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the .
A. G. KAULUKou.y
Attorney for Petitioner.
June 29, July 6, 13, 20.
Musical Cmedv C
HEN WISE -KATIE MILTON -MISS SPENCER
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tions Included. The very
best of Films selected
by Wm. Fernandez.
Kealia, Fri. Sat. July 2-3 Lihue, Mon. Tires. July 5-6 Koloa, Wed. Thurs. July 7-8
Waimea, Frid. Sal. July 9-10 Eleele, Mon. 'July 12, and other places on the Island.
Prices: Reserved Seats 50c & 75c.
General Admission 35c.
Tickets on sale at Lihue Store, Lihue, and C. B. Hofgaard & Co., Waimea.
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