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THB GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1915
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Continued from past 5
Teutons Take Bielske
Berlin Germans have taken Bielske.
Honolulu U. S. Federal officers declare the Lahaina accident
McCarn cables for the rearrest of quartermaster Winters, charged
with smuggling; and released by commissioner Curry.
Sunday, August 22
Italy Declares War On Turkey
London Italy sent a declaration of war on Turkey yesterday,
and an Italian squadron is expected to sail for the Gulf of Saroes at
once, convoying an Italian at my to cooperate with the Allies for forc
ing the Darnnalles.
Turkey helped the revolt among the Lyberians. and detained
Italians in Syria, where invasion and massacre kept them in danger.
Two German Cruisers Sunk
Petrograd Heavy fighting cou:iuues in the Baltic, for possession
of the Gulf of Riga. Effective services being rendered by British sub
marines. In the Baltic fighting yesterday, British submarines found
their mark on two attacking cruisers, both being sunk. Their identi
ty is not known.
Berlin Reporls Russian Losses
Berlin The Russian tumboats Sivutch and Koreets, a Russian
torpedo boat, and a German torpedo boat, have been sunk in the naval
battle at the mouth of the Gulf of Riga. Another warship beached
and another disabled. Forty of the Russians were saved.
The Eastern War Arena
London The Russian stronghold of Ossowetz is holding. Reports
from the eastern war arena are, not reassuring. Vilna, on the line be
tween Grodno and Petrograd is still an obstacle to Get man advance.
Government Will Ask Reason Change Of Stand
Washington The Allies base their right to declare cotton contra
band of war. because it is the principle ingredient in the explosives
used by their enemy. It is believed the State Department has been
preparing a protest against the action of France and England, and
will forward it to those governments. It is stated that action of con
trabanding cotton is against previous stand taken by Gieat Britain and
that government, will ask reason for change.
Two Officers Charged Unneutral Acts
Portland Senator Chamberlain and George Shepard made charges
against two officers coast artillery, for slioi.ving sympathy for Ger
man cause, in that they joined toast ui a restautant to the success of!
German arms. Officers deny the truth, but affidavits have been furnish
ed to confirm the charge.
Border Snipers Again Busy
Washington Border snipers continue to annoy Americn troops
on patrol duty. A volley wos fired by Mexican troops on Americans
who were on practice ride with soldiers, and bandits pursued.
Two Hundred 'Belgians Arrested
London German authorities have arrested two hundred Belgians
for expressing grief, on anniversary of date of occupation of their ter
ritory by Germans.
German Authorities Silent Regarding Arabic
Berlin Representatives of associated press are unable to obtain
from any German official in a position to talk; a stitrment concerning
the sinking of the Arabic. Direct refusal to talk for publication was
made at the foreign office and at the admiralty The question seems to
be one over which there is no necessity for excitement.
Roosevelt Says Time For Deeds
Oyster Bay Roosevelt says "Do not the people at Washington
know that the time for words has pass:d. Now is time for deeds. It is
inconceivable to me that there can be Americans who cannot see that
time for action has come."
Washington It may be two weeks or more before the adminis
tration is in possession of full report regarding the sinking ot the Ara
bic. Government will proceed with extreme caution.
Saturday, August 21
Honolulu Secretary Thayer opposes and condemns the resolution
of the Bar Association thanking the President for appointing Chief
Justice Robertson lo succeed himself. He does not believe the proposed
Garden Island Wedding
Thk Garden Island office had
a weddinp Friday evening, when
Miss Yoshie Fukushima, head girl
compositor, became the bride of
Shoichi Takemura, chaffuer for
Senator Chaa, A Rice. The wed
ding was a quiet affair in the Japan
ese Christian church, Lihue, Rev.
111! Hill IV
New Traffic Regulation
A distinctly city-like atmosph-re
pervades the road junctions at the
sites of Lihue and Hanamaulu
stores, where 'Traffic Cops' have
now been stationed by the police
department, to regulate traffic at
thi.se dangerous points of the main
The rapid growth, of late, of
jitney traffic, has especailly rend
ered these precautions and public' couid grab the wheel the
dinner to the sustained jurists is right. Lawyers pay no attention to
Galveston This city is gradually approaching normal again, fol
lowing the hurricane.
Suffocated In Ash Box
While playing hide and seek
with five other children of about
his own age, Kuichi Kawashige,
aged eight year's of.Koloa, decid
ed to hide in one of the iron ash
boxes which are used by the Ko
loa mill, and when the boy
ed himself down into one he innne
diatcly sank and was engulfed in
the powdery substance. His play
mates fifteen or twenty minutes
later, noticed his hand projecting
above the ash surface but when
the body was drawn foul life was
Lihue Benefit Concert
The arm of the law now stands
a conspicuous figure ready t o
pounce upon any offender against
the rules for regulating traffic, and
to eliminate risks attendant on
A machine regularly
S. Kodama, and carrying
time a young Portuguese
John Louis, a policemar. of the
Kauai force and two Japanese,
was wrecked last Sunday near Ha
Young Louis had taken t h e
wheel when the policeman passen
ger noticed a somewhat erratic
course was being taken by the
car. He questioned the man a t
the wheel as to his possessing o
driving license, and was answered
thnt a licensed driver was beside
him, Then the car got complete
ly beyond control of the amateur
driver and before the policeman
partially climbed a bank and col
The passengers sustained some
flesh wounds and the car consid
erable disarrangement. x
The Kawaiahao Seminary girls
who will give a benefit concert at
Lihue Social Hall on Saturday
evening are preparing some new
features for the entertainment,
which they have not previously
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X lit LUIILC1 l.Mclll.iaiO.IJU UlOl'K,
and will conclude with dancing to
Kawaihau Glee Club music.
Limited sale of reserved seats at
Near Serious Accident
Morrow To Coast
Frank Morrow, superintendent
of the Kauai Telephone Company,
has been granted a leave of ab
sence for two months in order that
he may make a visit to the Coast.
While away Mr. Morrow will
study some o f the latest tele
phonic improvements and will hus
tle certain appliances needed to
put the local system in better
A car owned by Peter Malina
came near going over he embank
ment on the Lihue side of Nawili-
wih Thursday night. The front
wheels actually slipped over the
cliff, but the front of the machine
was held by the trees on the slope,
the rear wheels remaining on the
edge of the road. Help arrived
and the machine was dragged from
its serious predicament. In the
car were the driver and a native
woman passeucer. t
The Kauai members of the Theta
Pi fraternity held a jolly reunion
Sunday evening of this week.
Dinner was at the Fairview hotel.
The decorations of the table were
most effectively carried out in pink
and blue, the fraternity colors,
and each man wore a button hole
bouquet of the same flowers. After
the dinner they repaired to the
home of Judge Dole, where broth
erhood secrets, college tales and
cigars wiled away the evening
T he Kauai members are W.
C. Avery, Charles S. Dole, Dr.
Lyman and Mr. Alexander of Ele
ele and a visiting guest is Mr.
Medcalf of Honolulu.
Francis Lyman spent the week
end with Malcome Coney in Lihue.
returning to Waimea with Willie
Coney Sunday evening. Later this
week Henry Harbaugh, bookkeep
er in the First National Bank in
Honolulu, will be a guest at the
Departed For City 'A
A number of Kauai people left
Saturday for Honolulu, amonc
them Mrs. B,D. Baldwin, with her
son Douglas and daughter Jessie,
to auena tne wedding of the formr
er, which will be held very soon.
Mr. Eric Knudsen rushed away
to obtain treatment for his wound
ed eye into which an inconsiderate
stick had seen fit to thrust itself.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilcox left
for a visit in the city, and George
and Mildred Hogg will be the
guests of Mrs. Clarence Cooke for
about ten days.
Mrs. Baldwin Honored
In honor of the birthday of Mrs.
B. D. Baldwin, "Dick" Oliver of
Waimea entertained about twenty
five friends with a most successful
luau. An outdoor lanai was erect
ed especially for the occasion A-er
the waves, and palms, maile wreath
and Japanese lanterns formed fit
ting decorations. The pig was
declared perfect and in the whole'
feast Mr, Oliver lived up to h'j
reputation as an excellent provid
tr. A jolly dance ended the even