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THE GARDEN ISLANJD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19,16
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Submarine Probably Sighted
Washington Despatches to navy department last night ttated
that a craft had been sighted off the coast of Florida, believed to be
the lost submarine K-5.
Washington Preparations are being made by Congressional lead
ers to bring forward the legislation to suspend the free-sugar provi
sion of the Wilson Underwood bill.
The original plan was to wait until the middle of March to take
this matter up for active consideration by congress, but that is now
changed and it is planned to bring up the sugar duty legislation on
There is a general agreement among Congressmen not to couple
sugar legislation with any other measure, but to let it stand alone.
lialians Land In Albania
Berlin The Overseas News Agency says today that that Italy
has landed an additional division of troops at Avelona, Albania, with
the evident intention of contesting vigorously the Teuton campaign in
the western Balkans,
Chinese Revolt Grows
Peking Provinces of central and south China are joining the
revolutionists, and the revolt in some of the provinces is assuming a
very serious aspect. News received at the capital from the south indi
cates that the province of Kenichau is in full rebellion. The governor
has been forced out, as the revolutionists at once were able to take
charge of the public buildings and met no serious opposition from the
military forces. Rebels cut communication after getting control of
the province cities. Luchow and Tzelicutwing arc reported captured
by the rebels. Twelve thousand soldiers from Kieuchow are reported
to have joined other rebels in Yunnan and are marching into Chung
King to attack the Federal forces there.
Monday, January 31
Germany Refuses Disavow Lusitania Deed
London Berlin refuses in the Lusitania case to disavow her deed.
London gives news to this effect and that Washington has replv of
Germany. Berlin will make no further concessions.
Roosevelt Arraigns Administration
New York "Wilson's policybrings the nation into dishonor"says
Roosevelt. Former President during an address in Brooklyn bitterly
arraigns the administration for its failure to protest against invasion.
Declares Teutons have already contemptuously defied us, He tell?
his hearers that Washington has brought ignominy upon this country
by attempting to avoid its legitimate obligations.
Vandalism In Ottay Valley
San Diego The Ottay Vallev catastrophe resulted in hundreds
of homes being pillaged, until Admiral Fullan ordered Marines and
sailors to shoot all vandals on sight. Toll of deaths due to the flood
grows as searchers progress. The great dam at the head of Cuyaniaca
water system is said to be ready to collapse and loose another volume
Submarine K5 Lost In Storm
Charlestown The submarine K 5. one of the craft belonging to
K. group was lost in the storm prevailing on the Atlantic. Wireless
messaRe from the boat says she is afloat. Messages from the rescue
ships say her rescue is assured.
Varying Reports From Fronts
London Reports of attack on French front vary. Paris claims
successes which Berlin denies. Germans made another Zeppelin attack
on Paris last night. Ten are reported killed. In the raid on Friday
night 24 were killed.
Russians Advancing Asia Minor
London Russians are reported to be advancing in Asia Minor,
according to report received here. Slavs are reported to have sur
rounded the city of Frezrum,
Colonel House Leaves Berlin
Berlin Colonel House left last night for Paris and London to
confer with Diplomats.
Ford . Bryan Telegrams Cheered
Washington Telegrams from Ford Bryan denouncing Wilson's
preparedness plan, were greeted by cheers of the crowd at mass meet
ing held here last night.
Aero Club Will Open Schools
New York With more than S200.000 raised by popular subscrip
tion, the aero Club will open eight aviation schools at New York,
UMcago, uoston. rslewport JNews, Augusta. Maine, Detroit. Los
Angeles and Seattle.
American And British Steamers In Collision
London The American liner Philadelphia!! and British steamer
Ben Le reported to have been in collision last night off Carnovan
Bay along the south coast of Wales
Wilson Off For Milwaukee
Cleveland President Wilson left here last night on his
Milwaukee where he is scheduled to speak tonight.
near Admiral Barker Dead
Washington Admiral Barker died at his home last night, after a
long illnesi. . He was a veteran of the civil war and pioneer of high
Honolulu That there are few Al pineapples here is claim made
by Fred McFarlane. He tells packers difficulties which they must face
and of plan to cross Cayenne and old Hawaiian varieties to improve
Jeif McCarn, former District Attorney, gives an account of his
work here to homefolks in Tennessee. Says he did not resign until he
had lawless element prostrated, and that he saved government immense
sum in Federal site deal.
Sunday, January 30
Floods In California
San Diego A hundred men, women and children are dead. The
cattle town of San Pasqual is wiped out and friends of those living in
the village of Ocean Side fear tnat that town has also been destroyed
by floods that followed a cloud burst yesterday afternoon.
, Killed While Hearing Lecture
Halifax One officer and three soldiers were seriously injured to
day and five others injured less seriously by an explosion in a gun
nery. They were listening to a lecture on bomb manufacture.
French Retake Trenches
' Paris The French official communique issued last night reports
that French troops in the trenches at Hill No. 14o, in the vicinity of
Artois, have retaken at the point of the bavonet trenches captured the
day before in a surprise attack of the Germans.
An Air Raid On Paris
For the first time in many months, Paris was the aim of the
enemy's air men last night Early in the evening warnings from the
battlelines told of the coining of a Zeppelin fiom the direction of the
frontier. Shortly afterward the German air battleship appeared in the
clouds to the north of the city. Ten persons were killed and more
than thirty wounded by a score or more of bombs dropped upon the
Wilson Talks Of Preparedness
Cleveland -In the most solemn warning he has ever delivered to
the people of the United States, President Wilson last night told them
that now is the time in which preparations should be made. if ever, for
a possible war.
Sugar. 4. 705; previous quotation, 4.77.
Three Hundred Believed Lost
London Three hundred people are believed to have lost their
lives in the sinking ot the British steamer Appam, which is so long
overdue at Plymouth that no hope is entertained of her being afloat.
The mystery in the disappearance of this steamer, which is confident
ly believed to have been caused by a mine or a torpedo, is the topic
uppermost in the newspapers today. It is believed that the vessel was
sunk northwest of Madera. The value of the cargo in her is esti
mated to Have been Si, 500, 000.
Lloyd George Predicts Success
Paris An important prediction of the success of the Allies is
made in the course of an interview, bv the British Minister of Muni
tions, David Lloyd George, published by the newspapers here today.
He is quoting as saying that the Allies are constantly gaining strength,
whereas the Germans are weakening.
A British General Dead
London General Hodson, of the Indian army, who was wound
ed at Gallipoli, died todav at Malta.
Rioting In Switzerland
Lausanne, Switzerland Nothwithstanding the presence of troops
rioting was renewed last night in the vicinity of the German consu
late. There were more than 1.000 arrests.
Mines Guard The Baltic
Washington Information has been received at the State Depart
ment that Great Britain is sowing mines so thickly at the entrance to
the Baltic Sea that the entrance is impassnble except with the guid
ance of official pilots.
Germans Report Successes
Berlin The Germans have captured 1000 yards of trenches, with
13 machine guns and 1,000 prisoners , south of and including the vil
lage of Fries.
Northeast of Nietiville the Germans stormed and took 1,700 yards
What The French Say
-The German attack south of Somme failed, but succeeded
Saturday, January 29
Washington The army increase which the war college recom
mends calls for expenditures of a million dollars a day.
The army general staff declares that for the adequate defense of
the Atlantic seaboard alone, an available force of a million trained
men is required and the establishment of'nn impregnable naval base
on Oahu is essential to the defense of the Pacific coast. Retention of
the Philippine Islands is not a necessity.
Storm Reaches Climax
Los Angeles The climax of the storm in Southern California
came yesterday when the dam broke near San Diego, killing fourteen
men, women and children.
Ottay dam was formerly one of the chief sources of water supply 1
in southern California.
Successor To Justice Lamar
Washington President Wilson has appointed L. D. Brandeis as
successor to Joseph Lamar, former Justice in the United States Su
His confirmation is regarded as certain.
Renewed Fighting Many Fronts
London Reports of renewed fighting comes from every point on
the battle line, French launched a desperate attack en German lines,
which drew Teutonic counter assault. '
Russians are leading up to another advance in Persia. It is re
ported they have captured much munitions from the Turks-there,
U. S. Wants Definite Information Sinking Persia
Washington The department has sent a note to Vienna askinr
for definite information on the sinking of the liner Persia.
It is reported that the Tutkish government would send
statement that the submarine bore the Turkish flag, but this
unconfirmed, as no word has been received here.
Allies Losses In' Aeroplanes
Berlin Since October first, according to reports, Allies have lost
sixty-three aeroplanes. Many of the aviators killed and others cap
tured. Warden Dies While Pressing Button
Raleigh Just as he pressed the button, electrocuting two negro
murderers, the warden, a hale old government employee, dropped dead.
Appoplexy is given as the cause.
Powder Works Burned To Ground
Wilmington The Dupont Powder mills are burned to the ground,
seven workmen being injured as a result. Officers say fire is work of
W. C. A. raise $9,200 for the vear's
Honolulu Women of the Y.
The Leahi Home shows splendid results with
ments. Dr. Sinclair masters hfty per cent of cases.
Finances of the Home are hard hit by the high cost ot food stuffs.
San Frapcisco Dr. J. H. Peden and Dorothy Spring who figured'
in auto accident in Honolulu Decembet 20th will shortly be married,
Engagement announced here last night.
Action Of English Labor
London The Labor Union conference at Bristol, after adopting
yesterday the resolutions against compulsory military service, declined
to countenance any agitation for the repeal of the pending military
service bill lest the government b embarrassed in its prosecution of
Passengers In And Out
The following sailed in the Ki
nau Saturday night for Honolulu:
C. K. Young. J. F. Nobriga. E.
A. Lucas. Mrs. Fujiwara, K Fu-
jiwara, Leon Quonson. lie. Fat,
J. Kwai, Mrs. R. Naiamati, C. A.
Stanton, Mrs. M. R. Aguiar, Geo.
Bustard, C. F. Loomis, B. II.
Vickers, E. J. Nell, C. II. Dye.
D. B. Bvrue. JA. Menefoglio, G.
H. Pierce, J. A, Wilder, A. L.
Dean, A. Humburg. F. T. P. Wa
terhouse, Albert Waterhouse, A.
Horner, Mrs. M. G. Leviuko. C
Y. Spitz and thirty-two deck.
The following arrived by the S
S. Maui Friday morning:
Mrs. Hans Iseuberg. Miss Bre
wer, Mrs. C. B. Grav. J. A. Wil
der, A. Waterhouse, L. H. Tracey
C. F. Loonis A. L. Dean. Mr.
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning:
D. B. Byrnes, M. de la Verne,
F. Howes, P. A. Gorman, A.
Hcrnei. Geo. Bustard, G. H.
Pierce E. I. Mill, C E. Young,
A, M. McBryde, Miss Mae Brown.
Mrs. Wishard, Miss 1. M. Soper,
Mrs. F. Dvsou, F. T. P. Water
house, Miss J. Eaton, A. Hum
berg. Miss M. Etta, J. C. Plan
kington, Miss A. Knippenberg,
C. C. Basler. G. B. Dean, C. B.
Makee, P. G. Riley, D. H. Lake.
Master D G. Texeira, J, G.
Stakes. Mrs. A. Silva, F. Schatt
na. J. F. Nobriga, E. C. Roberts,
J. P. Alohikea. E. A. Luea,
Mrs. J. K. Cockett, Nishimoto,
C. A. Stanton, Duke Young,
Mrs. Haake and 3 children.
S M A RT T 1 1 R O N AS I n 1 1 on o -lulu,
December 25, 1915. Wil
fred Housten Smart and Miss
Agues Rae Thronas. Rev. Leo
pold Kroll of the St. Andrew's
Cathedral officiating; witness
es Hazel Ridley and George
Contractor Spalding w a s on
Kauai at the weekend in connection
with tlie new theater building for
Lihue, which will be erected bv
his. concern It is now figured
that the theater will be ready for
service in the Autumn.
Fukunaga, the Lihue barber,
sustained a badly burned hand as
the result of the overturning cf an
ANOTHER 5c SALE
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 1 0th, I 1 th
and 12 th we will hold a "Jitney" or 5c sale.
That our patrons on Kauai may take advantage of
this wonderful opportunity to get drug store bargains,
we have mailed to such names as are on our Kauai
mailing list a circular giving a list of the items that
are offered in this sale and how to order them.
You pay full price for an article and get a second
one for 5c.
1 0c articles will sell two for 1 5c
25c " " " " " 30c
50c " " " " " 55c
$1.00 " " " " "$1.05
$2.00 " " " " "$2,05
If you did not get a circular in the mail please tele
phone or call today at the office of THE GARDEN
ISLAND for one.
We want every person on Kauai to profit by this
unusual offer. Orders are filled in the order received;
get yours off in the firsT: mail.
BENSON, SMITH & Co., Ltd.
The Rexall Drug Store Fort & Hotel Sts.