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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY,' SEPTEMBER 26. 1916
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LATEST MELESS NEWS
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London Additional details of a revolution in the island of Crete
come through Renter's agency. The despatch declares that 30,000
armed insurgents are in control of the island and the Greek authori
ties are reported to have turned the government building over to the
leaders of the insurrection
Athens Advices from Crete say that out of 80 members of .King
Constan tine's Cretan Guard all disbanded except 11, they remaining
loyal to Greece's ruler. It is reported that they will follow Venezelos
to Salonika should he decide to go there and join the revolutionists.
Admit Two Zeppelins Lost
Berlin Two Zeppelins failed to return to their base after the
raid on the east coast of England. Returning officers report that they
observed extensive fires in London and midland counties from the ef
fect of bombs dropped from giant airships.
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West And East Fronts
Paris The Germans today made a strong attack near ,Vaux and
Chaitre but were driven back with heavy losses.
Russian troops again took the offensive in Macedonia and cap
tured a s'tragetic hill west of Fiorina.
Bulgarian counter attacks were checked by terrific fire from
French and Russian artillery and never reached the trenches of the
Allies. French artillery is bombarding Dorian, north of Salonika,
and the city is in flames.
Bread Shortage In Austria
Zurich A despatch from Vienna declares that Austria is suffer
ing severely from a bread famine. Since Rumania entered into the
war railroad transportation has been greatly hatnpcied and an official
decree has just been issued forbidding hotels and restaurants from
catering to their guests.
Capital City News Notes
Honolulu Hearing of complaints against the Inter-Island S. N.
Cp. will continue tomorrow. The company's reply will also probably
appear at that time.
Japanese Consul Mori states that in the thirteen davs spent on
Kauai he heard' no complaints from laborers as to their treatment and
he says that conditions on the plantations are excellent.
The striking stevedores state that they will return to work at re
duced wages if the offer is accepted by next Tuesday morning. They
now claim a membership of 1,500. '
Campaign oratory will be practiced by the students of St. Louis
Honolulu Representatives of various races around the Pacific ob
served Balboa Day at Central Union church .yesterday.
A letter has been'received here from Lt. General Wudnn in which
he states that another revolution in China' is threatening. Military
leaders may force the nation into war. Wudnn plans a tour through
reactionary parts of his country,
Strikers gather on the waterfront to hear reports. One hundred
and fifty Filipinos said to have joined the strike. Shipping men scout
the idea of a labor shortage. Available market not seriously affected
by the walkout.
A three-card monte man annexed many gold pieces at Kapiolani
park vesterday but made his get-away before the policc reached him.
Dr. Joseph Kastle, well known scientist and brother-in-law of
Mrs. W. C. Hobdy, died in Kentuckev yesterday.
Both Republicans and Democrats will hold political meetings in
Maui won yesterday's polo game, the score being 9 1-2 to 8-1-2.
It was the hardest fought game of the year.
Aitken Wins on Goodyear Cords
Peugeot Driver Captures 300-Mile Cincinnati
Sweepstakes at Speed of 97-06 Miles an Hour
Three hundred miles over a new course at the
scorching speed of 97.06 miles, an hourr-here is a
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Had A Good Time
When tlto cruiser St. Louis touch
ed at Honolulu on her way from
Kauai to Ililo,Gcnural Johnson sent
a letter" to a friend ashore in which
ho said ho and the officers of the
training ship had been given a royal
reception and good time at Waimca
lie characterized the luau, dance
told reception features there as most
acceptable and pleasurable for all of
the officers on the cruiser.
During my absence from the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, II. V. Knight,
Nawiliwili, Kauai, will act for me
under full power of attorney.
Lihue, Sept. 22, 1015.
Tenders Water Pipe
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai at Lihue, T. II.,
will reqeive bids up to 10 o'clock
a. m. of Oct. 4th. 1916, for furnish
ing 2900 feet of 2"; 3600 feet of
12"; 400 feet of 1" and 40t
feet of J4" standard galvanized!
Water pipe, to be delivered F.O.B.
Waimea wharf. Bidders must state
time of delivery. All bid must be
accompanied by a certified cheek
covering 5 of the amount bid.
T. II. Moragne,
County Road Supervisor.
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