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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST I, 1916
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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Hughes Begin Campaign
New York Mr. Hughes, the lic-puhliYnu candidate, made hisspm-h
of acceptance last night and took occasion to rap the Wilson adminis
tration very hard. The speech was delivered in Carnegie Hall heroic a
huge crowd. Mr. Hughes made a plea for firmness and more consis
tency, and denounced all (dots and conspiracies fomented in the Tinted
States in the interest of any foreign nations. The third year of tin great
war begins and finds the real crisis still ahead. The speaker scored Wil
son's Mexican policy.
German Captures Britisher
Berlin An auxiliary cruiser, after an engagement with an armed
British steamer off the Norway coast, captured it.
Fighting Along All Lines
London Fierce fighting continues on all battle fields. The Russian
drive clor-es in on Kovcl, the key to the German lines on the east front.
Allied forces on the Pom me front arc moving forward.
Zeppelins Raiding English Coast
Zeppelins are raiding the east and southeast coasts of England. A
British aeroplane fired numerous shots into one of them.
Immigration Bill Deferred
Immigration Bill has been postponed untill the
; at the request of Democrat ie members of Con-
NOTICE N. G. H.
next session of Congrc:
Damaging Evidence Procured
Pan Francisco The police broke into the headquarters of a suspect
gang here and secured letters and other documents which the district
attorney says will make convictions in the dynamiting case certain. The
documents shows vast ramifications of a frightful conspiracy. Convic
tions will send both men and women to prison, says the district Attorney.
Irish Question Unsettled
London Parlament is in a heated debate over the failure of the
governnent to disclose its plans in regard to Ireland, which indicates
that the Irfsh question is still far from settled.
The Military Bill
Washington The House balks at the Senate amendments to the
military bill, which greatly increases the amount of appropriations, and
sends the altered measure to conference.
Deutschland May Sail Today
Baltimore The indications are that the German subsea freighier
will make a sudden dash today for the open sea.
New York Albert Diekman, agent for the Lehigh Valley Railroad,
and Alexander Davidson, superintendent of warehouses for the National
Storage Oompany, have been arrested under the startling accusation of
guilty participation in the blowing up of the Storage Company's ware
houses at Communipaw, New Jersey, at 2 o'clock Sunday morning.
The men have been charged with manslaughter and the poiice and
detectives who have been working on the case since an hour after the ex
plosion occurred declare that they have every reason to believe the two
m 3 were largely responsible for the deal.
A Federal investigation is also progressing. United States secret
service men have been put on the trail of what may prove to be an as
tounding plot. City and State officials are also conducting inquiries in
an endeavor to ascertain the cause of the explosion and find out what
men, if any, were involved in bringing about the disaster.
Pope's Appeal Fruitless
Rome The appeal of the Pope for peace is without result and the
fighting will go on.
Germans Attack In Force
runs .oitn oi me feomme river tne dernians nave Jaunened a
furious attack and have redoubled the strength of their counter attacks.
Between Ilemwood and Monaco farm a severe struggle is going on.
British Advance Position
London The British advanced their posts on the west front today
at some points north of Bazentine le Grand.
Mexicans Again Cross Border
El Paso A gang of Mexican bandits crossed the border near Fort
Hancock in the early hours of this morning and received a hot welconu
from a detachment of cavalry on guard near the spot at which the out
laws entered American territory. The gang was virtually wiped out, but
in the encounter two Americans were killed and one wounded
Henderson Gets One Year
Honolulu A, T. Henderson, bookkeeper of the von Hamm-Young
Company, entered a plea of guilty to the charge of embezzling money
man Ins employers and was sentenced to imprisoment for one year
Henderson is a well known young man in the eitv,
Honolulu A drunken Hawaiian cut his hand vesterday when
he smashed his fist through a niirrow. He vas displeased with his
I beg to advise the members ot
the Kauai National Guard that I
have on hand the following pic
tures for sale:
Officers picture taken at Lawai
Beach House, $1.00.
Officers picture taken at County
Building, SI. 00.
Regimental picture taken at Li
hue nark July 4th, $.50. This
picture taken from the roof of the
Regimental picture taken at Li
hue Park, $.50
Picture taken from the review
Should anyone desire any of the
above, please make selection and
P. O. Box 177, Lihue, Kauai.
For The House
David Kancalii, of Wainihn,
Haualei, Kauai, herein' announce
himself to be a candidate for nom
ination by the Republican Pnin
arv for the Home of Representa
tives. Wainiha, Hanalei. May 15. 1910.
Passengers To City
The following were pa-a ngers in
the Kinau Saturday night for Hono
lulu: A. Horner, George Rodiek,
C. W. Spitz, K. A. R. Ros. .1. Or
denstein, D. H. Hitchcock, Mr.-. D.
H. Hitchcock, Harvey Hitchcock,
Diekum Hitchcock, Helen Hitch
cock, Miss 1). Wood, li. 1). Hales,
Mrs. Hoapili, .Jr., Miss Crowell,
Miss Hoapili, .Miss Hoapili, W. K.
Aim, Rev. H. Ohye, Rev. II. Miya
shi, P. S. Po, K. Morita, Master
Morita, Miss Cimoto, Miss J. JJ.
Smith,- K. P. Macomber, Mrs. 15.
P. Macomber, Mrs. S. K. Kawaha,
I am now prepared to handle ymu
"ub-u'riptinn for the following nii'gir.iiic-
Ladies Home Journal'
Saturday Evening l'o-t
( lood llouselicep'nji
Xew Story "
K. C IIOPPHIi,
Lin Tong, C. K. Amona, R. II
Ludington, II. Ludington, J. A
Coney, An Hoy, Lui You, S. Mai
bara, Rev. .1. Takeda, Mrs. Trobi
ner, Miss C. Stewart, Dr. Hutchin
son, Mrs. II . C. Yat, Mrs. C. K
Youn, .M.B.Goodwin, H. C. Brown
Mrs. Hay, Mrs. Stubbs, Maste
Stubbs, Mrs. Waterhotise, Mr. Pat
terson, R. N. Oliver, A. S. Prescott,
A. Knglehurts, L. Onouson, C.
Iloorswfll, A. R. Gurrcy, Master
Gurrey, T. .1. Fitzpatriek, P. G.
Riley, G. A. Jordan, Mrs. .Jordan,
IC. A. Billiard, Mrs. Bullard, K. V.
Abbot, Mrs. K. ICIston, Miss Ci.
Iliorth, A. K. ICIston.
1 xtravagance rots
character; trai n
youth away from it. On
the other hand, the hab
it of saving money,
while it stiffens the will,
also brightens the ener
gies. If you would be
sure you are beginning
right, begin to save."
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A Summer Camp for Boys will be es
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ai, from Aug. 1 0 to Aug. 24.
All Boy Scouts and other boys who
might be interested are invited to come.
A charge of $3.50 for the whole period
will be made including food and lodging
and transportation from Waiawa to Poli
hale and return.
Mr. E. Allen Creevey, Scout Master of
Kauai, will be in charge of the camp and
he will have as assistants others versed in
running, shooting, hiking, etc. All the
various forms of scouting will be taught.
Any boy coming should bring a change
of clothing a light blanket and a mosquito
If you wish to come drop me a post
card, not later than Aug. 1 st.
Party will leave Waiawa Aug. I 0.
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