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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1916
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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
(Continued from pace 1)
Now York Koport lvoiived hen tiniay indicate that fitting is par
ticularly heavy in the Ralk.u.s -vtion and on the borders of Attstro
Hungary where the Slav- an- oruh:ni: their way down from the north
and the Rumanian- are strikinc hard from the east.
Between the Danube and th Rlaok Sea the Bulgarian and their al
licsJiave carried the ofTen?:v acr? the Rumanian border and toward
several town?. Along tlu tr.:r fr-ntur there is heavy lighting between
On the west front there are i;all devlopments. The weather in the
Somme section is so inclement that it has delayed operations in the
trenches and both sides are doing little except artillery lire.
The Russian Report
Petrograd In the Carpathian mountains the Russians have captured
a whole series of mountain heights and -advanced near the Hungarian
frontier, clearing the way for an early descent from passes into the Hun
In eastern Rumania where the Bulgarians crossed the frontier along
the Black Sea the Teuton-Bulgar forces were repulsed in an attack on
Basaidjik. Fighting continues between Dodrudaya and the Bulgarian
Hostile hydroplanes Hew over Russian territory today and dropped
on the town of Constanza, wounding civilians and children.
German Representative Arrived
Athens Baron von Schcnk, who has been directing the German
propaganda in Greece and attempting to inlluencc public sentiment
against the Allies, was arrested today and taken on board an Entente
Sixteen more warships of the Allies have arrived and the harbor is
being steadily occupied by the Entente fleets.
No Politics- No Speech
- Nashville The refusal of Republican candidate Hughes to speak at
the Labor Day events here todav has caused a sensation. When inform
ed that politics were barred from the day's speeches Mr. Hughes de
clined to appear.
Honolulu Postollice Inspector Flavin received a telegram today
that Morris Keohokalole the defaulting postmaster of Raia, Maui, was
leaving San Francisco on Wednesday for the Islands to stand trial.
Air Raids By Both Sides
London OHieial The British in air raids over Belgium bombard
ed the Hohoken shipbuilding yards on Saturday and the aerodrome at
Ghistelleson Sunday. At both places the Germans have military establish
In the fighting north of the Somnie during the last few hours the
British captured German defenses 800 yards deep along a front of 8000
yards, including the trenches at Guilcmont. The whole of Ginchy was
lir.-t captured, but later the British were compelled to give ground.
They still retain part of the village.More than 800 Germans were taken.
Berlin Ollicial Several airships on the night of September 2 bom
barded London, Yarmouth and Harwich, dropping explosives on facto
ries and other places of strategic importance in the southeast counties
and on the Humber. Good effects were every where observed.
Monday, Sept. 4
Honolulu The Pacific Mail Steamship Co. has returned to its
old service with the arrival of the steamship Ecuador here on her way
to the Orient.
Defeat Of The Austriaris
Paris The Rumanians defeat the Austrians in a forty-eight hours
battle, the Teutons being driven out of Orsona by their new foes. Des
patches to Paris morning papers say that the struggle has been des
perate, British and French have made a four-mile gain on the Somme
trout, in a series of fresh assaults.
Citizens In Training
American Lake, Wash, Approximately 400 business men from
the cities and towns of the northwest began training tecentlv here.
Five regular armv officers are with each company.
German Submarine Sunk
Athens A German submarine which was apparently trying to
force its way through to Constantinople was sunk yesterday by war
ships of the Entente Allies.
Japan Demands Again
Peking The Japanese ambassador representing the Mikado in
China yesterday presented to the foreign office full demands of the
Japanese government in settlement for clash between Cninese and
Japanese troops at Cheng Chiatun on August 13. The demands are
of a sweeping nature and include the dismissal of all officers com
manding troops in the district where the clash took place and the
withdrawal of all Chinese troops from the district.
Chinese Fire On Russians
Tokio A troop of Chinese opened fire on Russian soldiers in
Manchuria last Saturday. It is claimed that the assault was without
Fire At Sacramento
Sacramento Flames are sweeping the Sacremento fair grounds,
many of the buildings being destroyed.
Eight-Hour Law Signed
Washington The President has signed the new eight-hour labor
law, using four pens in the operation which were presented to heads
of the Brotherhoods as souvenirs. It is stated by the unions that this
settles all trouble unless the railroads determine to contest the new
law in the court, in which case a strike will be immediately ordered.
Sugar, 4.89. r
Honolulu In yesterday's races a dark horse named Satisfax,
owned by Lieutenant Hoyle. took first place. Time 1,4 4.5. The
ladies' race was won by Miss Alice Macfarlane, a society girl." Von
Tempskv's Gwendolin took second place, the entry of Miss Bertha
Bates. Miss Rosa made third and Laura Low fourth place. There
will be an all-day race program tomorrow.
Remarkable Road And
Race Track Records
JUNE, July and August have re
corded a series of remarkable
racing records achieved with the
aid of Goodyear Cord Tires.
These victories are valuable be
cause they offer corroborative evi
dence of the very qualities for which
Goodyear Cord Tires are famous.
The terrific speed of the shorter
contests, and the sustained speed of
the longer ones, are added proof of
that stoutness, liveliness and speedi
ness which every Goodyear owner
experiences in every-day use, and
which led to the adoption of Good
year Cord Tires as standard equip
ment on the Franklin, the Packard
Twin-Six, the Locomobile, the Peer
less, the White, the Haynes Twelve,
and the Stutz.
Goodyear Cord Tire achteve-N
ments to date have been a3
World's record for one mile on one-mile track.
Dei Moines. I., June 25, 1916, De Palma
driving Mercedes car. Speed at the rate of
103 mUes per boar.
World's record for 5 miles on one-mile track.
Des Moines, la., Lewis driving Crawford
car, 3 minutes, 2 seconds. 98 miles per
Fourth place, ISO-mile race on one-mile track,
Des Moines, la.. June 36, 1916, Lewis driv
ing Crawford car.
First place, 50-mile race, on one-mile track,
Des Moines, la., June 26, 1916, Lewis driv
ing Crawford car. 89 miles per hour.
Second place, 20-mile race, Des Moines, la.;
' June 26, 1916, Lewis driving Crawford car.
92 miles per hour.
Second place, 10-mile race, Des Moines, la.;
June 26, 1916, Lewis driving Crawford cor.
90 miles per hour.
First place, 5-mile race, one-mile track, Dei
Moines, la., June 26, 1916, Lewis driving I
Crawford car. 90 miles per hour. (
First place, 100-mile race, 1J4 mile dirt track
(poor condition), Kansas City, Mo., Dc
Pa':-- driving Mrcedes c?r. 63 miles per
First place, Eddie Rlckenbacher driving Max-
well car. Third place, Lewis driving Craw-
ford car. Fourth place, Do Palma driving )
Mercedes car. Fifth place, Henderson driv
ing Maxwell car. 350-mile race on 2-mile
track, at Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 5. 1916.
Speed of winner 89 miles per hour.
In this race, the biggest event of the season
on the Pacific Coast, and one of the few
races recognized by the American Auto
mobile, Association, Eddie Rlckenbacher won
on Qoodyear Cord Tires without tire trouble.
He changed his four tires for safety's sake
only. Lewis who won third changed but
one tire. De Palma who won fourth changed
but one tire. Henderson who won fifth went
through the entire race without a stop.
GMiytar Tirts, Heavy Touritt Tulti and "Tin Sater" Aetmoriti
art uty to frt torn Qtodytat Mmic4 Station Dealrri euryuhtn.
Old Hall Calls
The old steamer W. G. Hall,
which formerly made the run be
tween Honolulu, Ahukini and Na
wiliwili, came up last week on a
special trip, returning to the city
again Thursday night.
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
The Last Chance
Thursday will be the last
candidates for the Legislature
have in which to file their papers.
The primary election will take place
October 7 and the regular election
The deferred game of baseball in
the series running at Ifanamaulu
park will be played off at the end
of the season.
I, J. Mahiai Kaneakua, County
Clerk of the County of Kauai
Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
certify that I have, on the 1st day
of September A, D. 1916, receive
from the Honorable Wade Warren
Thayer, Secretary of Hawaii,
Public Notice of Primary Election
and in accordance with paragraph
2 of section 29 of the Revised Law
of Hawaii. 1915, I do hereby pnb
1 1 - 1 4 . a
nsn so mucn oi saiu JNotice as is
applicable to the County of Kauai
Territory of Hawaii, as follows:
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
"Notice is hereby given that in
accordance with the terms of Chap
tct 8 of the Revised Laws of Ha
waii, 1916. a Primary Election for
the purpose of making nomina
tions for a Delegate to the House
of Representatives of the United
States and for a Senator and Rep
resentatives of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, as more
particularly hereinafter set forth,
will be held on,
SATURDAY THE 7TH DAY
OF OCTOBER. A. D. 1916, with
in the County of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, between the hours of
8 o'clock, a. m. and 5 o'clock, p.m.
The Senatorial District and the
number of candidates for Senator
to be nominated by each political
party is as follows:
FOURTH DISTICT Islands
of Kauai and Niihau one. .
The Representative District and
the number of candidates for Rep
presentatives to be nominated by
each political party is as follows:
IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT-
The Representative District,
Precincts and Polling Places are as
DISTRICT FOURTiH SENA
TORIAL DISTRICTjThe Islands
f Kauai and Niihau, constituting
tne County of Kauai.
FIRST PRECINCT: The Is-
and of Niihau. Polling Place, Nii
hau school house.
SECOND PRECINCT: The
portion of the District of Waimea,
on the Island of Kauai, west of the
boundary between the Kekaha and
Waiinea plantations and a line in
extension thereof along the west
ern edge ot Waimea Valley to the
southern boundary o f Na Pali,
Polling Place, Kekaha school house.
THIRD PRECINCT: The par-
tion of the District of Waimea, on
the Island of Kauai, between the
second precinct and the bed of the
Mahinauli Valley. Polling Place,
FOURTH. PRECUNE I : T 11 e
remainder of the District of Wai
mea, Polling Place, Makaweli
FIFTH PRECINCT: The por
tion of the District of Koloa west
of the west boundary of the land
of Koloa. Polling Place, office of
the McBryde Sugar Company at
SIXTH PRECINCT: The re
maiuder of the District of Koloa
Polling Place. Koloa courthouse.
SEVENTH PRECINCT: The
District ot Lihue. Polling place,
District Court Room at Lihue.
EIGHTH PRECINCT: Th
District o f Kawaihau. Polling
Place, Kapaa courthouse.
NINTH PRECINCT: The por
tion of the District of Hanalei east
of the Kalihiwai stream. Polling
Place, Kilauea schoolhouse.
TENTH PRECINCT: The re
mainder of the District of Hanalei.
Polling Place, Waioli courthouse.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF
I have hereunto set my hand and
caused the Great Seal of the Terri
tory of Hawaii to be affixed.
DONE at the Capitol in Hono
lulu, this 31st day of August, A
Wade Warrbn Thayer,
Secretary of Hawaii
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF
I havt hereunto set my hand and
caused the Seal of the County of
Kauai. Territory of Hawaii, to be
DON1S at the County Seat at
Lihue this 1st day of September
A. D. 1916.
J. Mahiai Kaneakua
County Clerk, County of Kauai
MA KE KAUOHA
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTO
Owau o J. Mahiai Kaneakua
Kakauolelo o ke Kalana o Kauai
lentore o Hawaii, ma keia ke
hooia nei au ua loaa mai ia'u ma
keia la 1, o Sepatemaba, M. H
1916, mai ka Mea Hanohano Wad
Warren Thayer, Kakauolelo
Hawaii nei. he hoolaha koho ba-
lota wae moho, a i kulike at me
ka makemake o ka mahcle 2 o ka
pauku 29 o na Kanawai Hoohui
huiia o Hawaii nei, 1915, ma keia
ke hoolaha aku nei au i kekahi
mahele ouia hoolaha la elikc me
ka mea i pili mai i ke Kalana o
Kauai, Teritore o Hawaii, penei:
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTA
I kulike at me na olelo o ka
Mokuna 8 o na Kanawai Hoohui-
huiia o Hawaii nei, 1915, ke hoo-
ahaia aku nei ma keia e malamaia
ana he Koho Balota Wae Moho no
ka wai ana ac i matt moho no ke
kulana Elele i ka Haleo na'Luna-
makaainana o Amerika Huipuia. -a
Senatoa a i mau Lunamakaainana
ka Ahaolelo o ke Teritore o Ha
waii nei, elflce me la i hoikeia ma-
ala iho nei, ma ka
POAONO KA LA 7 O OKA-
TOBA. M H. 1916, maloko o ke
Kalana o Kauai, Teritore o Ha
waii, mawaena o ka hora 8 a. m.,
ame ka hora 5 p. m.
APANA KOHO SENATOA.
Kfi Apana Koho Senatoa ame ka
nui o na moho Senatoa e waeia ai
ka aoao kalaiaiua hookahi, penei
APANA EHA Mokupuni o
Kauai ame Niihau Hookahi.
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA-
Ka Apana Koho Lunamakaai
nana e waeia ai e ka aoao kalaiai
na hookahi, penei no:
Maloko o ka APANA KOHO
Na Apana Koho Lunamakaai
nana, Na Mahele Koho Balota ame
na Wahi e koho balota ai, penei
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA
AINANA EONO APANA
KOHO SENATOA EHA.
O na Mokupuni o Kauai ame
Niihau oia no ke Kalana o Kauai.
MAHELE EKAHI: Ka Moku
puni o Niihau, Wahi Koho, hale
kula o Niihau.
MAHELE ELUA: Keia hapa
ka Apana o Waimea, ma ka
Mokupuni o Kauai, ma ka aoao
komohana aku o ka palena ma
waena o na mahiko o Kekaha anpc
Waimea ame kekahi kaha loihi
pili ana me ke kae komohana o ke
Awaawa o Waimea a hiki i ka
palena hema o 'Na Pali. Wahi Ko
ho, halekula o Kehaha.
MAHELE EKOLU: Ka hapa
ka Apana o Waimea, ma ka
Mokupuni o Kauai, e waiho ana
mawaena o ka mahele elua ame
lalo o ke Awaawa o Mahinauli.
Wahi Koho, hale hookolokolo o
MAHELE EHA: Ke koena
mai o ka Apana o Waimea. Wahi
Koho, halekula o Makaweli.
MAHELE ELIMA: Kahapao
ka Apana o Koloa ma ka aoao
komohana aku o ka palena komo
hana o ka aina o Koloa. Wahi
Koho, keena kupakako o ka Hui
Mahiko o McBryde ma Wahiawa.
MAHELE EONO: Ke koena
mai o ka Apana o Koloa. Wahi
Koho, hale hookolokolo o Koloa.
MAHELE EHIKU: Ka Apana
o uhue. Wahi Koho, Keena o ka
Aha Hookolokolo Apana ma Lihue.
MAHELE EWALU: Ka Apa
na o Kawaihau. Wahi Koho, hale
hookolokolo o Kapaa.
MAHELE EIWA: Ka hapa o
ka Apana o Hanalei ma ka aoao
hikina nei o ke kahawai o Kalihi
wai. Wahi Koho, halekula o Kilauea.
MAHELE UMI: Ke koena aku
o ka Apana o Hanalei. Wahi Ko
ho, hale hookolokolo ma Waioli.
I HOIKE NO KA OIAIO O
KEIA, ke kau nei au malalo
aenei o keia ko'u lima me ka
(Sila) hoopili pu ana mai i keSila
Nui o ke Teritore o Hawaii.
Hanaia ma ka Hale Aupuni
Poo ma Honolulu i keia la 31
o Augate. M. H. 1916.
Wade Warren Thayer,
Kakauolelo o Hawaii."
I HOIKE NO KA OIAIO O KE
IA, ke kau nei au malalo aenei
o keia ko'u lima me ka hoopili
(Sila) pu ana mai i ke Sila o ke
Kalana o Kauai, Teritori o Ha
HANAIA. ma ke Kajiua Hale
Poo Oihana Aupuni ma Lihue i
keia la 1 o Sepatemaba, M. H.
, J. Mahiai Kaneakua,
Kakauolelo, Kalana o Kauai,