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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JUNE 20, 1916,
Win. T. Punli, rRc(l 21. ami K:i
zahelh Riclinrds, scarcely 18, were
married in Lihue lust Tuesday.
The bride helongs to Honcdulu
and, sad to relate, liad run away
from the girl's industrial school
down there. The strong arm of
the law was close upon her, to take
herback to remain until her ma
jority, when Cupid intertered. She
became Mrs. Wm, K. Puali, and
law was beaten by law.
Tenders Teachers Cottage
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Big Battle In East
lVtjDgrad The Russians get the master hand m the situation in
tin1 1'oland (ialieia section. A crucial battle in pending with the Aus
trian beyond t'zernowitz which will force a general (iennan retirement.
The press in IVtrograd is jubilant.
Czernowitz May Be Important
Paris Jt is thought here that the Russian victory at Czernowitz
may have important diplomatic results, n Meeting the Czar's Roumanian
Serbians Delay Allied Campaign
Solonika The aggressive campaign of the Allies from this point has
been delayed on account of the Serbian army being unable to get ready
(ialveston The government of the Mexican State of Yucatan hasis-
Amcneans out of the count ry and do
n't ween the United States and Mexico,
The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai at Lihue, Kauai,
will receive bids up to 10 o'clock
a. m. of July oth, Pllfi for furnish
ing all materials, tools and labor i
and erecting a 7 room teachers cot-
tage on the Kauai High School sued a proclamation ordering all
grounds nt Lihue, according to '''"' that a state of war exist
plans and specifications. All bids ; " eonbng to passengers who arrived here today from the port of
., i , ... , 1 rogiesso. Americans ami other lorei;;ncrs are going a board an American
mus be accompanied by a certified j Kmi,,.lt ,villg -m w 1Klrt f p,,,;,,,., tlim. is K,,,lt eX(.it(Mllt,llt
check 111 favor of the Hoard of Su- there
109,009 Guatdsmcn Respond
Washington One hundred thousand National (luardsincn at the
required least are mobilizing today in the taeo ot the gravest national call lor duty
The usual bond will bo
of the successful bidder.
The Hoard reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications will be
furnished for the sum of 80 on ap
plication to the undersigned.
J. II. Mohahnk,
County Road Supervisor.
Lihue, June 20th., 1!)10.
COUNTY WARRANT No. ...
of the value of $22.20 in the name
of the undersigned. Finder will
please return to John Costa, Homesteads.
Mare broken to harness and (
die, Apply H. Vincent, Lihue.
smee the Spanish-American war.
President Wilson's call yesterday to the militia of every State for
Ixirdor service put into full swing the mobilization of (iuardsnien in forty-live
States. The call for three others (Arizona, New Mexico and
Texas) was issued a number of wicks ago, after the Columbus raid, ami
those troops are now on the border.
Lansing Too Busy To Talk
An official of the Mexican Embassy left a communication at the
JStafe Department today for Secretary Lansing. The contents of the
note have not been divulged.
Dr. Eliheo Arredonda, the Mexican Ambassador, made a request at
the Department for a conference with Secretary Lansing but to the rc-
t quest Lansing replied that he was too busy.
1 Program Of Mobilization
Seventeen States have already advised the ar Department that
they are making progress in the work of mobilizing. Duly drilling and
recruiting are being carried out now and it is stated that no plans for an
actual oM'cnsivo are yet contemplated.
Pershing Ready For Business
Columbus General Pershing and his men are ready to make quick
dashes north or south as occasion may require.
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RUSSIANS LANDING AT MARSEILLES, PRANCE.
Disembarkment of the second contingent of Russian troops at Marseilles, France. Russia is send
ing quite a number of troops to help turn back the Germans on the western front. It is thought that
they are coming by way of the Mediterranean. In this case they either tmbuik at Yladivostcck or Port
Arthur and pass through the Suez Canal. The troops leaving the quay.
W. A. Fernandez' Program
JESSE L. LA SKY PRESENTS
A FAMOUS RUSSIAN STAR
An exciting drama of western
life a thrill for each moment.
Among those who appear in sup
port of Miss Snratt are: Thomas
Meighan, Theodore Roberts, Hal
Clements, Ernest Joy, Rob Flem
ming, Jane Wolff and Mrs. Lew
13th Chapter of
The Girl of Mystery
HEARST SELIG NEWS'
Will be shown at the regular places
Makaweli, Wednesday, June 21; Eleele, Thursday; Waimea, Friday; Koloa,
Saturday; Lihue, Monday.
Sjj celebration for children of I fej
Fourth of July
celebration for children of
will be held this year at the new
Hanamaulu Park in the usual
manner, on Saturday July 1&t.
at 2 p. m.
Ice cream, Sports and Prizes
ffl Lverybody Welcome j
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