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Russian Advance Important
London The advance of the Russians is the
in today's war news. Report from the Caucasus
Czar's troops are developing a crisis.
Bad California Weather
Los Angeles Floods are sweeping over the coast of southern
California. Property valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars has
been destroyed. Oil fields suffer tremendous losses. Derricks and
houses blown down. Cold weather over entire country.
Honolulu Mrs. Fred Knight has been appointed guardian of
The Northern Pacific, sister ship of the Great Northern, is to
leave San Francisco February 16 and will remain in the Islands until
midnight of the 26th.
Turks Win. A Victory
Constantinople Turks operating in the Caucasus have won an
important victory, defeating the frssh Russian offensive which had
beeu undertaken in force.
Floods In Europe
London Belgium and northern Holland are suffering severely
from tremendous floods. South Flanders is flooded, the very heavy
waters carrying away dykes.
Cardinal Goes To Confer
Rome Cardinal Mercier, Belgium Primate, has come to Rome on
an important mission with the Pope. He refused to enlighten ques
tioners regarding a bundle of papers which he carries, said to be
minute report ot conditions in Belgium, including alleged German
Diplomats Reach Brindissi
Brindissai Forty members of the Serbian government have ar
rived here from Scutari, also the diplomats of the Allies accrcditted
to King Peter.
Allies Left Valuable Booty
Constantinople When the Allies withdrew from Gallipoli they
left behind war material and booty worth ten million dollars, which
has fallen into the hands of the Turks.
Austria And Montenegro
Rome Austria is reported to have offered to conclude peace with
Montenegro, including the cession by Montenegro ol Mount Lov
cen, recently captured by the Austrians.
Italians Get Money.
Twenty million lire have been subscribed to the new national loan
by the National Insurance Institution.
Spanish Steamer Destroyed
London The Spanish steamer Belgica blown up, 23 of crew being
Emperor Wilhelm Makes Calls
German Army Headquarters Emperor Wilhelm called at several
places, and was seen at several places on Saturday.
Passenger Train Wrecked
Sioux A passenger train of the Illinois Central Railway was ditch
ed today near Cherokee, many people being injured. Four of them
were seriouslv hurt and are being returned here in a special.
Cold In Middle West
Washington Indianapolis and Cleveland are sufiering from the
coldest weather of the season, the therometer registeridg four degrees
Belgian Steamer In Trouble
Vigo The Belgian steamer Lille wiielessed in here for help. She
is afire 105 miles out.
Monday, January 17
A Hint Of Success
London The second attempt of the British armies to force open
the back door of the Turkish empire, through Mesopotamia, after the
front had been barred, has met with signal success, the Musselmen
retreating with heavy 1 osses. The object of this campaign, as an
nounced, is to secure Bagdad in order to more effectually protect the
Suez canal and cut oh supplies to Constantipople.
Russians Also Claim Victory
Petrograd The German attempt to attack British India has been
nipped by the Russians, The Turko-Genuan expedition striking
through northern Persia towards the empire of the East is said to have
been routed near Hamadan. The Muscovites made many captures in
the battle which is believed to have exposed the hand of the Kaiser in
the project to carry the war into King George s domain.
Bergen Swept By Flames
Christiana For the third time in history the historic city of
Bergen has been swept by flames, with an estimated loss of $15,000,000.
Fighting In China
San Francisco Despatches from revolutionary leaders in Shang
hai report a general engagement between 60,0000 of the rebel forces
and the torces ot umperor yuan, which resulted in theidefeat of the
Carranza Promises Retribution
Washington Larranza Has given promise to the State Denart-
ment that the bandits who killed Americans will be punished when
Berlin Partially Admiis
Berlin advices to the State Department are to the effect that von
l'apen may have had important documents and aided alleged conspir
ators, but merely as a private citizen.
Not Edison Batteries
Experts 'report that the explosion on the submarine E-2 was due
to other causes than the lidison butteries.
On Galician Front
Vienna The war department last nieht lepeated reports of des
perate fighting between the Teutons and Russians in eastern Galicia
and in Bessabian frontier.
The Slavs have at last managed to reach the trenches of the Teu
In Tyrol And France
Berlin The Italian forces are increasing activities on the Tyrolean
Lille has been bombarded again.
Contradictory Reports About Kaiser
Paris Contradictory reports continue to reach this city concern
ing the condition of the Kaiser.
Sunday, January 16
Honolulu Arthur Wilder has notified Auditor Fisher that the
trip of Superintendent Forbs east with expenses paid from incidental
fund is illegal.
Russian Slaughter Frightful
London Slaughter on the east front is frightful on the Russian
side. Battle along a front of many miles is raging in a most desperate
way. with the Teutons claiming the advantage.. The Slavs made
chaigcs in the face of the machine guns of the Teutons.
Petrograd has sent out no official information as to the outcome
of the battle,1 but announces the resumption of heavy fighting.
Down In Old Mexico
El Paso On the heels of announcements from Washington that
Secretary Lansing had sent instructions to various United States con
suls in northern Mexico to leave the fighting zone, instructions have
been given Consul Letcher which seem to countermand the order.
Germany Prefers Executions
Berlin Replying to the British offer to arbitrate the deaths of
submarine sailors, Germany declines to arbitrate and will prefer ex
ecution. Russian Order For Guns
New York Russia has piaced an order for thirty two thousand
guns with American manufacturers.
Machine Gun Man Anxious
New Haven Hiram Maxim; the famous American gun inventor,
warns the nation that war with America may soon follow peace. Who
ever wins in Europe may likely turn upon the United States and
would have veteran millions with which to make an attack. There
are many chances, he points out, even now for future complications.
Our army, he declares, poorly equipped as it is. would be only some
thing for one of the European powers to exercise on and play with.
Ford Party Reduced
The Hague The Ford partv of peace makers is now reduced to
thirty. They may go back to Stockholm where their reception was
Von Papen Case Again
Washington Some excitement has been created by cable advices
from London to the effect that the British authorities have found
documents directly connecting von Papen with some of the various
war plots that have existed in the United States.
Count von Bernstorff does not credit the story,
Some of the letters indicate frequent payments made through Ger
man official to conspirators operating in the United States.
If. I G. JL SYSTEM
Lloyd R. Killam, of the Hono
lulu Y. M. C. A. came up on the
Kinau Wednesday morning to lay
the foundation for Y. M. C. A.
work on this island. While kere
he was the guest of Rev. J. M.
Lydgate, and returned to the city
In general, it is proposed to or
ganize t n e movement, w l t li
branches for work in all of the
towns of the island. An experienc
ed man will be placed in charge.
The expense of the system will
be in the neighborhood of $2500 a
year, plus such receipts as there
may later be from dues, etc. The
plan lor raising this money is not
Mr, Killam left feeling quite
enthusiastic over the prospects.
Following are some extracts from
authorities on the subject of rural
Y. M. C. A. work:
RURAL WORK OF THE
Y. M. C, A.
"There should be a large exten
sion of the work of the Y. M. C.
A. into the rural communities,
There is apparently no other way
to grip the hearts and livs of the
boys and young men of the avetage
From Country Life Commission.
"I inyite your intention to what
the Commission says of the need
of an extension of such work as
that of the Young Men's Christian
Association in country communi
ties, Let me lay special emphasis
upon what the commission say at
the very end of its report on per
sonal ideals and local leadership.
Everything resolves itself in the
end into the question of personali
President Roosevelt's Comment
on the report.
Principles of Organization and Methods of
County work is not an attempt
to build up a new organization.
Its program is based on the re
cognition that the primary institu
tions of country life are the home,
the school and the church. It
recognizes the fact that these in
stitutions so fundamental to the
wholesomeness and efficiency of
rural life are often functioning vei y
inadequately. It finds its largest
challenge in supplementing their
"The vitality of the movement
is in the personality and leader
ship capacity of the rural secretary.
'He is usually the fittest type ot
college man, often not only a col
lege graduate, but also with some
special training. He is a man who
loves country life and believes in
the country He is usually a mm
of large capacity for leadership
with a brond knowledge of human
nature and a fine friendliness as
well as an earnest Christian pur
pose and a great longing to help
country boys and young men to
well developed Christian manhood".
Chamber Of Commerce
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Homestead committee. E.
W. Broadbent, chairman; H
Andermann. C. B. Morse.
Village improvement committee.
C. Maser, chairman; II en r y
Blake, A. Siebel.
Playground extension commit
tee. Francis Gay, chatrman; John
Fernandez. Judge C. S. Dole.
Public parks committee. G. P
Wilcox, chairman; J. H. Bole, A
Committee on Municipal Affairs
J. H. Moragne. chairman; W. K.
Schultze. W. O. Crowell.
Committee on Education. T.
Brandt, chairman; Dr. A H. Wa
terhouse, Dr. K. Hoffmann.
Public Works Committee. J. II
Coney, chairman; W. Eblling, G.
Arbitration Committee. Judge
C B, Hofgaard, chairman; H. D.
Wishard, J. R. Myers.
Special Committee on Moving
Pictures. E. O. Thurtell, Lihue;
John Bush, Koloa; Joe Gomes,
Eleele; Frank Cook, Waimea,
Whitman Is For Hughes
New York Governor Whitman declares for Hughes for President
and says he is the right man for the Republicans to nominate.
San Francisco Captain Yoshikawa, a Japanese who has been
fighting in the Carranza army in Mexico, has been arrested here and
is held for investigation.
Montenegro Still Bellicose
Rome Montenegrins in their war capital spurn offers ot sugges
tions of peace with the Teutonic allies.
Canal To Open Soon
Panama General Goethels has named a board to report on the
condition of the canal. News regarding reopening is expectul soon.
Honolulu News Items
John Anderson gets the Wailee school.
A visitor from Spokane dies of heart trouble at Waikiki while
Honolulu The U. S. submarine E-2 blew up and partially sunk
in New York navy yard.
There was an internal explosion. Seven of crew are dead. Res
cuers met by choking gaseous fumes which drove them back. News
paper men were barred frorp the yard from the moment the accident
Details are meager. It is reported that twenty of crew were
Edison batteries figure in the cause of the explosion.
Dutch Steamer Sunk
London The Dutch steamer Massliaven struck a mine Thursday .,
f i yzy
one oi crew oi iwciuy-six uemj; saveu.
Flood In Holland
Flood damage in northern Holland is greater than first supposed.
Banks of the Zuydcr Zee collapsed.
China Rebels Victorious
Tokio The rebels have defeated the forces of Yuan, in China.
and have captured Suehan, a city of half million inhabitants. The
revolutionists aie marching on Chung King.
Will Avenge . Killings
Berlin Germany, in reply to note bearing on Baralong case.
makes it plain that she intends to take summary measures of her own
to avenge killing of her subjects. (This sounds like a wireless transla
tion from the ancient Arabic. Ed. Gard Isl.)
The Kaiser's health is a matter of much rumor.
London It is reported that the Kaiser's brother has been called
to the bedside of the sick monarch.
Berlin says that the Kaiser has appeared at several public places.
Mrs. Pankhurst Muzzled
New York Mrs. Pankhurst has been stopped from going on the
Serbian relief trip.
Negro soldiers Hounded Up
Honolulu All negro soldiers found on the streets have been call
ed in by the military authorities.
The Joker Steps Out
Tucker has resigned from the superintendcucy of Wailee School.
In Thr Circuit Coukt, Fifth
Circuit, Territory of
July A. D. Term.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Arthur C. Wheeler, Acting Super
intendent of Public Works
Plaintiff and Petitioner
Annie S. Knudsen, Augustus F.
Kntidsen. Arthur S. Knudsen, by
Bishop Trust Company Ltd, his
.Guardian: Eric A. Knudsen, Ida
E. Von Holt, Maud Garstin, H.
M. Von Holt. Trustee, Yamanil
S. Ozaki, Francis Gay, Aubrey
Robinson, Jane R. Gay and Mrs.
ubrey (Helen) Robinson, co
partners doing business under the
firm name and style of Gay &
Robinson, Kekaha Sugar Company
Ltd. Waimea Sugar Company Ltd,
John Doe, Marv Doe, and Richard
Roe. unknown owners and claim
ants. Defendants and Respondents.
Alias Term Summons.
It is expected that J. P. Cooke
and perhaps other officers of the
house of Alexander & Baldwin
will arrive with Colonel Baldwin
Friday morning from Honolulu.
mis win ue uoionei jjaldwin's
first visit to Kauai in about twenty
years, and it will be quite an event
at Eleele and Makaweli.
A. S. Prescott, manager of the
Standard Oil Company, completed
a business tour of the island at the
THE TERRITORY OF HA
WAII: To the high Sheriff of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, or his Deputy; the
Sheriff of the County of Kauai, or
You are commanded to summon
Annie S. Knudsen, Augustus I
Knudsen, Maud K. Garstin, John
Doc, Mary Doe and Richard Roc,
defendants, in case thev shall file
written answer within twenty days
after service hereof, to be and ap
pear before the said Circuit Court
at the July 1916 Term thereof, to
be holden at Lihue, County of
Kauai, on Wednesday the 5th day
ot July next, at it) o'clock A. si.
to show cause why the claim of
The Territory of Hawaii, plaintiff,
should not be awarded to plaintiff
pursuant to the tenor of its com
plaint. And have you then and there
this writ with full return of your
Witness the Honorable Lyle A.
Dickev, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit, at Lihue, this
17th day of January, 1916.
(Signed) D. Wsi. Dhais'.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF KAUAI. J ss
I, 1). W. Dean, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, do
hereby certify that the foreuoing
is a full, true and correct copy of
the alias summons in the case of
The Territory of Hawaii vs.. An
nie Knudsen, et al.. as the SfWjtSj
appears of record and on file in the
office of the Clerk of said Court.
I further certify that the petition
prays the condemnation for use as
a wharf site, of the following des
cribed land and its appurtenances,
situate at Waimea, Island a n d
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
Beginning at a point on the sea
shore at high water mark tmm
which point of beginning the true
azimuth and distance to a na;l set
in the outer end of the wharf is
120 22' 46" 37S.5 feet; the true
azimuths and distances from said
nail to Government Trig, Station
"Puu-Lani" is 272 45". 28.469.80
feet and to Government Trig. Sta
tion "Pun O Papai" is 292 51',
21,271.23 feet running by true
azimuths as follows:
1. 185 52' 258.0 feet; 2. 95
52' 62.0 feet; 3. 5 52' 258.0 feet;
4. Thence along high water mark
to point of beginning-, the true
azimuth and distance beinc 275
52', 62.0 feet. Containing an area
of 15,996 square feetdnore or lesfc.)
All persons having any inte'rJk
in, or claim to, thu land and its
appurtenances sought to be con
demned, are hereby warned that
unless thev file answer at said
Circuit Court, on or befoie May 8,
1916, thev will be foiever barred
from contesting said' petition or
any judgment entered thereon.
In witness whereof I haye here
unto set my hand and fiffivi.d 1h
seal of the said Circuit Court this
17th day of January. 1916.
(Signed) D. Wsi. Dkan,
S. Morimoto and K. Yokovama
have purchased the rice plantation
owned by Quong Sam Sing. Wai
lua, Lihue, Kauai.
Rice and Cows are not transfered
but all the rest Rice Mill, Horse.
Mules, Houses, Boats, Wagons
and all the working articles