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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 916
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NOTICE N. G. H.
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
(Continued from page 5)
Another Section Of Strike
Philadelphia street ear men arc now on strike.
Notes Of The Capital
Honolulu Fusion of the two factions of the Democrats is the talk
and a love feast is reported to be near. Which side is to yield is not in
the forecast. The organization meeting will be held tomorrow. Date
of ratification meeting will be determined by the committeemen.
Senator Shafmth has delivered to the President the resignation of
The Ad Club will have a Civic Convention rally at the Young Ilotd
Honolulu George X. Wilcox, of Lihue, Kauai, gives $50,000 for
a Boys' Home under the auspices of the Salvation Army to be located
in beautiful Manoa valley. Other big hearted people have given the
land for the site. Seventy-five homeless boys are to be taken into the
institution and made into good citizens. A model farm will be a fea
ture of the home.
It has been decided that Oriental vessels arriving here are not ex
posed to cholera.
Two laborers were killed and eleven injured in a car smashup at
Oahu plantation yesterday. The work train, carrying the laborers,
was homeward bound and smashed into a string of emptv cars. Lack
of proper lights is said to have been responsible for the accident.
Oliver Paakahali, mate of the steamer Maui, of the Aluikini lou'ej1
was shot and killed last night by a package boy named Taakinui S.
Takashi. A dispute over an alleged gambling debt ended in a fatal
quarrel in a restaurant. King street crowds witnessed the death of the
sailor. The Japanese was arrested and found to be slightly wounded
on the breast.
I beg to advise the members ol
the Kauai National Guard that I
have on hand the following pic
tures for sale:
Officers picture taken at Lawai
Beach House, SI. 00.
Officers picture taken at County
Building, SI. 00.
Regimental picture taken at Li
hue park July 4th, S.50. This
picture taken fiom the roof of the
Regimental picture taken at Li
hue Park, $..50
Picture taken from the review
Should anyone desiro any of the
above, please make selection and
P. O. Box 177, Lihue, Kauai
For The House
AVe neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
ttVKKYTinxG in Tin;
Silvkr and Gold LiNij.Sjjt
Rich Cut Glass and
Mkrciiaxdisk of thk
Bi;st Qiwuty Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
David Kanealii, of Wainiha,
Hanalei, Kauai, hereby announces
himself to be a candidate for nom
ination by the Republican Prim
ary for the House of Representa
Wainiha. Hanalei. May 15. 1916.
Dr. A. C. Urn ley announces that
he will arrive in Lihue Aug. Sth.to
assume Dr. Derby's practice during
wttlt Rounded Iotide Comert
f oeoartructed that the most dell
eate tastement is retained in food kept
la- their dean, wholesome, unlUsy
PRESERVATION OP PURITY,
are all eombinedJn the
Ask to see this wonderful Refrigerator
at our staro.
r w.-ito lur rices ai.d lid ature.
W. W. Dimond k Co.. Lid.
"The House of Housewares"
flli-li.") Kins fH.
GERMANY'S SUBMARINE MERCHANTMAN
HERE Are Two Views of the Submersible Deutschland, and Captain Koenig, Who Brought the Diver Merchantman through
the .Sunken nets of the British Blockading Fleet and landed a Cargo of Dyes and Chemicals At Baltimom. The Upper Photograph
Is a Close-up of the Conning Tower and Deck Amidships Showing the Double Periscope System I'scd Tn Guiding the Craft When Sub
merged. Lower Is Full-length View of the Craft, Giving An Idea of the Size of the Underwater Carrier.
The Deuwhland .-ailed ht Tuesday .morning on her return vovagc and, as every effort will be made by the British licet to apprehend
the craft, news of her will bo awaited with intense interest.
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A Summer Camp for Boys will be es
tablished at Polihale-Napali Diftridt Kau
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. 1 0.
ERIC A. KNUDSEN
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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