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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3U l15
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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national union of paper workers decided that thev will not maintain
relations with the German and Austrian organizations.
"Jack" Spreckles Also Weds
San Francisco "lack" Spreckels has taken out a marriage
license to wed Sidi Wirt, a young lady ot Garden Citv, Kansas.
Kx-Mrs. "Jack" married Mr. Wakefield at the Young Hotel, in
Honolulu, a few days ago,
Cuban Sugar Crop Large
Havana, Cuba Expectations now run high that Cuba's sugar
crop will reach the unprecedented figure of four million tons and will
not improbably onsiderablv exceed that figure. The planting of ad
ditional acreage on a great scale, the fact that owing to the unseasona
ble rains of lasi season it was impossible to cut a large proportion of
the cane and that this will be ground at the close of the coming sea
son, and reports that the growing crop is doing splendidly, combine
to justify the high estimates.
Honolulu Nine Hawaiian, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese em
ployees of the shipping department of Ilackfeld & Co. have been ar
rested for larceny.
New Steamer For Colonics"
Washington The postofl"ice depart mtnt has arranged with the
Oceanic Steamship Company for ai additional steamer to run between
San Francisco, Honolulu, Pago,' Pago and Sydney. This new steamer
will sail in three weeks.
Merchant Marine Increases
Based on number of ships and tonnage the merchant marine ot
the United States is larger than it was in 1X6..
Berkeley - Resolutions passed here require that olicemen study
psychology in order to make them fit for duty. Insanity is one of the
Early Frosts Da Damage
Washington Severe frosts and cold snaps have injuied crops in
the upper Mississippi valley. The temperature at Chicago was 47 and
at Waterloo, Iowa, 34.
Money Market Is Firm
New York The arrival ot English, gold and securities lias not
affected the money market. Exchange.poiimls now quoted at 4 61 3-4
The French Injure Trenches
London The French have successfully mined and cannonaded a
number of German trenches in the Argonne district.
Auto Ford A Soldier ,
Chicago Ford, the noted iiuto builder, joined the civilian train
ing camp which opened today for September work,
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"The Talking Pictures"
Presented by means of Edison's Great Invention
Will be introduced by Eddie Fernandez at
HALE HOONI, LIHUE
Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings
of this week, starting at usual hour
Congressional Party Pictures
Will be shown Thursday Evening
AND ARE PUNISHED
A car accident on the road near
Mr. Wolters' residence, at Hana
maulu, at the week-end resulted in
a double case in the Lihue police
The net results of the accident
were that the car turned turtle' and
was damaged, and a Portuguese
bov and a Japanese were injured.
Nakaguma, of Kapaa, owned the
car and it was beinR driven by S.
Kodama on the jitnev route.
Near Hanamaulu the man Kodama
turned the wheel over to a Portu
guese boy named Manuel Reis.
The boy proved altogether un
skilled in handling tars, and the
machine left the road, ran up the
side of the hill and turned over.
There were several passengers
aboard nt the time.
The Portuguese boy was arrest
ed, charged with driving a car
without license and fined $10 and
53 costs. Kodama, the licensed
driver who turned his car over to
the boy, was fined $15 and costs.
The big ejectment-injunction
case of Tom Lee vs. a number of
other prominent Chinese, includ
ing Hee Fat, the well known rice
planter and onetime capitalist, will
be called in the Circuit court to
A whole bunch of attorneys are
interested in this case. Appear
ing for the prosecution are Alex
ander Lindsay, Jr., and E. A.
Mott-smith, of Honolulu, and
Judge Chas. S. Dole, of Lihue;
and for the defendants are Light
foot vV Lightfoot.of Honolulu, and
J. M. Kaneakna and S. K.' Kaeo,
of Kauai. Lindsay and on- of the
Lighttoots (or Lightfeet, as you
please) will arrive in the Kinau
tomorrow morning from the city.
Ic is not thought that Mr. Mott-
Smith will come over, although
1 he case involves a lot ot rice
and also the rights to certain
leases of rice property.
All the Big
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Inch Inner Tubes Casings
Sizes Price Price
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30 2.70 10.4 )
32 2.85 11.35
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31 2 70 14.45
32 3.25 16 25
33 2.85 16.75
34 3.45 17.50
36 3 65 18 00
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31 3.03 18.00
32 ' 4.15 20.95
33 3.80 21.50
34 4.55 22.00
35 3.95 22.75
36 4,75 23.75
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34 5.75 27.00
35 5.25 28.50
36 6. 10 29.25
37 5.50 30.00
38 6.40 29.50
35x5 5.75 33.00
36 7.10 , 34.05
37 7.30 34.75-
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