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(Continued from page 5)
Berlin, however, claims repulses.
Bulgars abandon posts.
May Be Great Strike
New York Thousands vote for a general strike in sympathv
with the street car men. More than three-quarters of a million per
sons are involved in the new movement. Huge throngs excitedly ap
plaud this decision. The police redouble efforts to prevent any fur
ther clashes of strikers and strike breakers.
Russians Must Economize
Stockholm The Russians are forced to economize in their meat
supply. Orders issued to that effect.
Economy In Germany
London The Germans practicerarc economy. Even soldiers are
forced to present bread tickets to obtain their allowance of food.
Mikado Sends Envoy
Tokio General Prince Kanin has started from here to Petrograd
as the special envoy of the Mikado to Czar Nicholas.
Steamer Sells Well
London A little German steamer which has been sunk was sold
at public auction here and brought $190,500.
French Guard British Graves
Paris The French will guard British graves in northern France.
Greece Again Considering
Athens The Premier of Greece has held another conference with
the ministers of the powers on the subject of joining the Entente Al
lies in the war.
Aerodrome Reported Destroyed
Copenhagen Reports reached here yesterday that the huge aero
drome near Frankfort. Germany, had been destroyed by fire.
Rumania Loses Heavily
Berlin Major Moraht estimates that Rumanian losses to date
. have been 80,000 men.
Hughes To Citizen Soldiers
Boston Candidate Hughes will address the citizen soldiers at the
big Plattsburg camp today.
Bandits Steal Money
Pittsburg Two masked men entered the office of the Pittsburg
Stopper Co. and took the payroll.
Illness of President's Sister
New London The condition of. Mis. Annie Howe, sister of the
President, is serious. Miss Margaret Wilson, daughter of the President,
is at her bedside.
Sunday, September 10
Honolulu Oahu and Maui played a whirlwind game of polo yes
terday, the visiting team being defeated.
Commissions in new army reserve now await applicants. Tests
to be held by boards recently appointed by department commanders.
Any citizens who is able to pass the examination will be eligible for
By arrangement with the army and navy weather reports are to
be exchanged between Honolulu and ships at sea.
On Eastern Battle Fields
Paris Russians and Rumanians deliver smashing blows. The
most decisive gains are those affecting the outposts of Lenibenr. The
Austrian commander is driven back from one position to another. The
Galician capital seems doomed to fall, while victories are also record
ed by the Rumanians. The Slavs succeed in re-entering Hungary
Turks are fighting in the Carpathians.
The Fighting In The West
London The Franco-British forces make important gains on the
west front. The British have re-captured Giuchy. Troops under Sir
Douglas Haig also captured ground to the south as far as the fringe
oi xjois ieuge in naru ngnting. circle ot steel now drawn around
Combles. Hundreds of miles of front is wrested from Teutons in con
flict where both sides admit battling was most desperate.
The Campaign In Maine
Portland The political campaign in Maine has closed, and both
parties ciaim iney win carry me barometer State.
Japanese Demands Alarm
Washington Japanese demands upon China alarm the United
States. It is feared that American interests in the Far East are in
Hughes Again Slashes Out
urunswick migiies attacks the new shipping measure. He says
u means disaster to snipping interests ot Maine.
Sweden And Russia
Stockholm Russia has released the German steamer taken from
a bwed-sli port by a Russsau submarine and will reprimand the sub
Strike Is Spreading
New York The street car strike is spreading rapidly. One strike
ureaicer nas Deen mortally wounded.
Mosquito Is Accused
It has been discovered that the mosquito carries the germs of the
areaued lntantue paralysis.
British Note Coming
Washington Secretary Lansing is expecting another note from
the British in reply to the American protest regarding the United
of roads leading down into Hungary, while further south in the same
range Russians and Rumanians are trying to effect entrance into the
coveted land. In the Carpathians south of Baranoff the Russians storm
ed a series of heights; taking 500 prisoners, a mountain battery and
several cannon. On the Galician front the Germans and Russians
ate stubbornly engaged along the Naramaka river in the direction of
Berlin, However, Reports Defeat
Berlin The forces of the Central Powers in the Carpathian moun
tains northwest of Kapul have yielded undet Russian pressure.
What The British Hear
Loudon A Geiman trench in Haute Beis on the Somrae front
was captured today. On the Allies' new Balkan front in Macedonia,
in the neighborhood of Doiran, a heavy artillery duel is taking place,
The enemy battery on the Struma front which has been shelling Ori
jak bridge has been silenced by the artillery of the Allies.
'The French Report
Paris The French made further gains south of Somnie river to
day. German attacks on French positions at Verdun ;have been re
pulsed. The Serbians have taken the offensive in the region of Lake
Ostron, capturing the heights west of the lake.
Notes From The Capital City
Honolulu The new revenue law is really a victory for temper
ance advocates. The tax on wines is increased while high proof liquor
has to pay more bv another amendment.
Alfred Carter, manager of the Parker ranch, has made up his
mind that he will not permit the loading of cattle on Sundays. He
came to town this morning and notified the I. I. S. N, Co. of this con
Villa States His Position
El Paso "I have no animosity against the Gringoes.My sole ob
ject is to punish the traitor and Carranza," said Villa in an address
to a crowd in the last two weeks. This report came by Americans ar
riving here today,
Saturday September 9
Honolulu The new rtaliation law, passed by Congress just be
fore adiournmcnt. repeals certain taxes instantly. For instance,
stamps on all documents and on cosmetics are not necessary from this
date. This will save Hawaii $50,000 a year. Tobacco is also prob
ably exempt from the stamp tax, but wines and cordials get no relief
from the measure.
General Evans has opened a musketry school at Sehofield Bar
racks for infantrymen where National Guardsmen will receive the
same instruction as is given regulars. The system will be similar to
that at Fort Sill.
Honolulu's delegation to the civic convention in Hilo is getting
ready. The representation will be quite large.
Eastern freight rates are under survey. After looking for a re
duction in rates for nearly a year the Interstate Commeice Commis
sion will act.
General Johnson will cruise with the naval militia when tliey
leave for two weeks on the Pacific next Thursday.
She Breaks Up Housekeeping
San Francisco The wife of Dayton Carter, formerly of Hilo, who
did not want her husband to go to sea, turned on the gas in their bed
room, killing both her husband and herself. Carter planned to be
come a sailor.
Fierce Conflict Now On
London The Russo-Rumanians and Teutonics are in a fierce
battle. The sanguinary conflict rages from the Black Sea along a line
to the Danube. The Germans and Bulgarians have fallen upon the
rear of King Ferdinand's army in order to relieve pressure against the
Austrians. At the same time the Muscovites smash southward to the
relief of their Balkan ally, and the battle front is now seventy miles
Woman Suffrage Coming
Atlantic City The President tells women that suffrage will soon
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come. Equal ngnts at me pons, ne says, is not lar uisiani, aim ne
will fight with them and not against them. Delegates to annual suf
fragette convention make demonstration for Mr. and Mrs. Wilson.
(Thev seem to have forgotten that the President did not support tneir
bill when it was last before Congress.-)
Congressmen Hurry Home
Washington Members of Congress hurry away from Washington
to their homes soon after adjournment. The passage of the new reve
nue bill, with the retaliatory clause in it, is considered by Democrats
to be a victory for the President. Wilson signed the measure before
West Indies Sale Doubtful
Copenhagen The sale of the Danish West Indies to the United
States seems hopeless. Factions of parliament at Copenhagen cannot
3R Two Britishers Sunk
London Two more British ships the Straghty and Tagus have
been sunk bv enemy submarines. The ciew of one saved, but of the
Would Advaice Bread Prices
Chicago The master bakers want the price of bread raised, on
account of the increased cost of ingredients.
Wheat Crop Reduced
Washington The annual wheat crop is greatly reduced. Heavy
storms and floods responsible for losses.
Honolulu Sixty delegates are listed for the big convention in
Hilo. The Ad. Club leads in numbers and the Chamber of Commerce
next. The list shows a strong representation for Oahu. Dele
gates not booked are cautioned to hurry as reservations are in danger
of running out.
The Democratic chairman" states that Governor Pinkham has not
been asked to speak at the big rally, but he will be welcome and may
talk if he wishes.
A trio of Japanese stowaways scaled a twelye-foot fence at quaran
tine station and escaped. When the watchman made his rounds
about two in the morning the men were gone.
President's Sister Sick
New London Mrs. Annie Howe, only sister of President Wilson,
is seiiously ill at her home here.
Petrograd Tremendous fighting is in progress between the Rus
sians and Austro-Germans in the Carpathian mountains for possession
Now is the time to prepare for
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Kkn.notii C. Hoi'i'Kit,
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
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, received
from the Honorable Wade Warren
Thayer, Secretary of Hawaii, i
Public Notice of Primary Election
and in accordance with paragrapl
2 of section 29 of the Revised Laws
of Hawaii, I9l5, I do hereby pub
lish so much of said Notice 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
tet 8 of the Revised Laws of Hn
waii, 1916, a Primary Election for
the purpose of making noiniua
tions for a Delegate to the House
of Representatives of the United
States and for a Senator and Rep
resentatives of th"c Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, as more
particularly hereinafter set forth,
will be held oii,
SATURDAY THE 7TH DAY
OF OCTOBER. A. D. 1916, with
n 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 bv each political
party is as follows:
FOURTH DISTRICT Islands
of Kauai and Niihau one.
The Representative District and
the number of candidates ior Rep-
presentatives to be nominated by
each political party is as follows:
IN THE SIXTH DISTRICT-
T h e Representative District,
Precincts and Polling Places are as
DISTRICT FOURTH SENA
TORIAL DISTRICT, The Islands
of Kauai and Niihau, constituting
the County of Kauai.
FIRST PRECINCT: The Is
land 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
Waimea plantations and a line in
extension thereof along the west
ern edge of Waimea Valley to the
southern boundary o f Na Pali.
Polling Place, Kekaha schoolhouse.
THIRD PRECINCT: The por
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 PRECINCT: The
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
mainder of the District of Koloa.
Polling Place. Koloa courthouse.
SEVENTH PRECINCT: The
District ot Lihue. Polling place,
District Court Room at Lihue.
EIGHTH PRECINCT: The
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
(Seal) and caused the Great Seal
of the Territory of Hawaii to
DONE at the Capitol in Hono
lulu, this 31st clay of August, A.
Wade Warren Thayer,
Secretary of Hawaii.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set tny hand
(Seal) and caused the Seal of ti e
County of Kauai. Territory of
Hawaii, to be affixed hereto
DONE at the County Seat at
Lihue this 1st day of September,
A. D. 1916.
J. Mahiai Kaneakua.
County Clerk, County of Kauai
MA KB KAUOHA
HOOLAIIA KOHO BALOTA
Owau o J. Mahiai Kaneakua,
Kakauolelo o ke Kalana o Kauai,
Teritore o Hawaii, ma keia ke
hooia n ei an ua loaa mai ia'u ma
keia la 1, o Sepateniaba, M. H
1916, mai ka Mea Hauohano Wode
Warren Thayer, Kakauolelo c
Hawaii uei, he hoolaha koho ba
lota wae mono, a l kttlike at me
ka makemake o ka mahele 2 o ka
pauktl 29 o na Kanawai Hoohui
India o Hawaii uei, 1915, ma keia
ke hoolaha aku nei an i kekahi
mahele o ua hoolaha la clike me
ka mea i pili mai i ke Kalana o
Kauai, Teritore o Hawaii, penei:
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTA
"I kulike ai me na olelo o ka
Mokuna 8 o na Kanawai Hoohui
huiia o Hawaii nei, 1915, ke hoo
lahaia aku uei ma keia e malamaia
ana he Koho Balota Wae Moho no
ka was ana ae i man moho no ke
kulana Elcle i ka Halco na Luna
makaainana o Amerika Huipuia". a
i Senaloa a i mau Lunamnkaainana
i ka Ahaolelo o ke Teritore o Ha
waii nei, elike me ia i hoikeia ma
lala iho nei, ma ka
POAONO KA LA 7 O OKA
TOBA, M H. 1916, malcko 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.
Ku Apana Koho Senatoa nine ka
nui o na moho Senatoa e waeia ai
e ka aoao kalaiaiua hookahi, penei
APANA EHA Mokupuni o
Kauai ame Niihau Hookahi.
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA
AINANA. Ka Apana Koho Lunamakaai
nana a me ka nui o na moho Luna
makaainana e waeia ai e ka aoao
kalaiaina hookahi, penei no:
Maloko o ka APANA KOHO
Na Apana Koho Lunatnakaai
nana, Na Mahele Koho Balota ame
na Wain e koho balota ai. nenei
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA
AINANA EONO APANA
KOHO SENATOA EHA.
O na Mokupuni o Kauai ame
Niihau oia no ke Kalana o Kauai.
MAHELE EKAIII: Ka Moku
puni o Niihau, Wahi Koho, hale
kula o Niihau.
MAHELE ELUA: Keia hapa
o ka Apana o Waimea, ma ka
Mokupuni o Kauai, ma ka aoao
komohana aku o ka paleua ma
waena o na mahiko o Kekaha ame
Waimea ame kekahi kaha loilne
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 '
o 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 wnue. wain Kolio, Keena o ka
Aha Hookolokolo Apana ma Lihue.
MAHELE EWALU: Ka Apa
na o Kawainau. Warn Koho.liale
hookolokolo o Kapaa.
MAHELE EIWA: Ka lmnn tv.
ka Apana o Hanalei ma ka aoao
hikina nei o ke kahawai o Kalihi
wai. Wahi Koho, halekula o Ki
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 i ko'u lima me ka
(Sila) hoopili pit ana mai i ke Sila
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 i ko'u lima me ka hoopili
(Sila) pu ana mai i ke Sila o ke
Kalana o Kauai, Teritori o Ha
HANAIA ma ke Kahua Hale
Poo Oihana Aupuni ma Lihue i
keia la 1 o Sepateniaba, M. H.
J. Mahiai Kaneakua,
Kakauolelo, Kalana o Kauai,