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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 24. 191G
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K. C. HOPPER,
In run Circuit Coukt o p Tint
I?n'Tii Judicial Circuit,
Timkitokv of Hawaii.
(Continued from page 1)
Most Hare Guarantees
The Kritish foreign ministry aniiounced to press correspondents to
day that in event of proposals for peace Great Britain would require
guarantees of Germany, in view of the fact that Germany forced the war.
Berlin Newspapers agree that the act of Adler in murdering the
premier ot Austria was that of an irresponsible fanatic and has not
any particular bearing on the political situation. He has a sister who
has been insane for years,
Constanza, Rumanian city terminus on the Black sea of the
Schernovoda railway, has been captured by the Teutons. Von Mac
kensen's forces crossed the rairoad between ConstanV.a and the Dan
ube. On the left wing of Mackensen's army the Teutons are ap
proaching the Danube town of Sohemovoda.
Another Report of Drive
Sofia The Rumanians have been driven back to within six miles
of Constanza and the Bulgarian-German forces are steadily advancing.
The Russian Report
Petrograd The RussoRumanian forces in Dobrudja section are
continuing their retreat, offering stubborn resistance to von Macken
sen's forces. The Teutons striking north of Brody have been repuls
ed. Rumanian attacks in Transylvania have compelled the Teutous
to retire slightly.
Adler Was Insane
Vienna High official circles and the press unite in declaring that
the assassination of Count Carl Sturgkh by publisher Iudwig Adler
was the act of an insane man and not a Dart of a widespread plot, as
had been suspected, against the Austrian ministry. Adler was not ac
quainted with the premier,
French Fight Forward
Paris The French todav fought their wav forward in tlie neigh
borhood of Sailly and Sallisel, capturing spur No. 128
Postmasters Sent To Jail
Honolulu Morris Keohokalole, former postmaster at Paia, Maui,
who had confessed embezzlement, was today sentenced to three years
in Oahu prison and to oay a fine of $2580. the total of thirtten separate
defalcations. Nelson Kaloa, defaulting postmaster of Patiwila, Maui,
was sentenced to 18 months in Oahu prison and to pay a fine of $810,
also the amount of his defalcations.
Inspectors end their test of the Lurline and a decision will be
forthcoming tomorrow. Captain Smith does not vet know what the
Verdict mav be. The vessel may sail. Inspectors will allow her to
take freight but not passengers. The local agency will not send cargo
on her, however. The Lurline grounded on the Makapuu side of the
sland a few days ago.
At Chambers In Probate,
In the matter of the estate
Tong Lee. deceased,
OriTor of notice of hearing peti
tion for administration.
On l eading and filing the petition
of Tong Chew Moi of Lihue, Ka
uai, nileging that Tong Lee of Li
hue, Kauai, died intestate at Li
hue, Kauai, on the 8th day of
March, A. D. 1916, leaving prop
erty in the Hawaiian Islands neces-,
sarv to.be administered upon, and
praying that letters of administra
tion issue to Tong Kau.
It is ordered that Friday, the
24th day of November, A. D. 1916,
at 2 o'clock P. M., be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said "Peti
tion in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihue, Kauai, at which
time and place all persons concern
ed may appear and show cause, if
any tliey have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue, Oct. 20th 1916.
(Signed) Lylk A. Dickey,
Judge, Circuit Court Fifth Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Signed) D. Wm. Dban,
Clerk, Circuit Court of the Fifth
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Oct. 24-31. Nov. 7-14.
In Tint Circuit Court op Tim
Fii'Tit Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate
Tohn Ashton Hogg, deceased.
Order ot notice of petition for
allowance of accounts, determfna-
of trust and distribution of the
On reading and filing the poti
tion a n d accounts of Isabella
Jamieson Hogg, Executrix of the
Will of lohn Ashton Hogg, de
ceased, wherein petitioner ask to
be allowed $41,005,31 and charged
with $10,214.73, and asks that the
same be examined and approved,
and that a final order be made of
distribution of the remaining prop
erty to the persons thereto entitled
and discharging petitioner and
slue tics from all further responsi
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
25th day of November A. D. 1916,
at 9:00 o'clock A. M. before the
Judge of said Court presiding at
Chambers at his .Court Room in
Xihue, County of Kauai, be and
the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for heriring said
petition and accounts, and that all
persons interested may then and
there appear and show cause if
any they have, whv the same
should not be granted, and mav
nrescnt evidence as to who
entitled to the said property.
Da:cd the 21st day of October,
-tSig) Lyus A. Dickijy
Judge cf tlie Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
Sgd) D. AVm. Dijan,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Circuit. .
Oct. ,24-31, Nov. 7-14.
Twenty-two elegaift rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
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m m ,i
During my absenee from the Tcr
riliiry of Hawaii, U. W. Knight,
Nawilhvili, Kauai, will net for mo
under full power of attorney,
C. W. Spitz.
Lihue, Sept. 22, lMfi.
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What Made This Country
(Continued from page 3)
the deposits of our savings banks,
which represent the surplus earn
ings of our wage earners and other
persons of small means; growth in
the mileage of our railroads, in the
volume of their business, and in
the character of the service, render
ed tlio public; growth in the 'an
nual revenues of the government,
sufficient to meet the natural and
necessary increase of expenditures;
growth in the amount of each in
the general fund of tlie Treasury,
adequate in amount to give the
United States a credit 'superior to
that of any other nation in the
world; growth in the credit power
of our financial institutions, Biifli
cient to supply the ever-increasing
demands of the business interests of
the country; growth in the pur
chasing power of the American peo
ple in ratio with the- increased pro
duction of our industries; growth
in the supply of the necessaries of
life found in the average homo in
the hind ; growth in the amount of
luxuries within tlie reach of the
masses of the people; growth in
our educational facilities, in the
number of our schools and churches,
in tlie opportunities for self-improvement,
culture, and recreation ;
and as an inevitable consequence,
during all these years, there was a
constant and ever-increasing growth
in tlie power, in the inlluonce, in
the prestige, in the greatness, and
in the glory of this Republic."
15. J. Lord, the Honolulu con
tractor, was a Lihue visitor on Fri
day and Saturday, coming over to
-inspect the work being done on the
Dr. F. A. Braley, brother of the
Lihue Dr. Braley, came over on
tlio Maui Friday morning for a look
over the island.
The Lihue Harbor bnop will re
open in its new place in the Tiptop
theater building tomorrow (Wednes
day) morning. Everything first
AVe neatly pack mid mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
R. D. ISRAEL
Host Office, Kealia
Enquire at Lihue Store
A PARMER, caityirw an
euros package from
a big mafl'oroer house was
accosted by a local dealer.
m dbfal you Mo bill
good fnm m I poJA haee
taoedgoa At eiftcu, and botdei
yarn timid AoM bmnpatronUing a
fea dare, wkkk Wf Jm
facet eai&tfA thU lacotkf.
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"WHf dbntyoa fiahottte year
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Aitken, Riding Goodyear C
Shatters World s Recor
I Kh '
Captures Astor Trophy in Sheepshead
Bay Speedway 250-Mile Classic
Rickenbacner Also on Goodyear Cords a Close Second
Catapulting along the edge-to-edge board course at
Sheepshead Bay Saturday at the rate of 1 04.66 miles
an hour, a world's record for the distance, Johnny
Aitken drove his Peugeot to victory in the Astor Cup
Race over a field of 3 1 starters.
He rode on Goodyear Cords!
And he toon on Goodyear Cords! y
Desperate competitors thundered at his hubs every mile
of the way a treacherous tire might have meant defeat--but
he mm his Goodyear d?.d their splendid part
They, stood the burning, tearing, grinding, rending punish
ment of 250 miles over edge-to-edge boards at a 1 04.66-mile
pace and victoriously!
1 Aitken's victory is not an isolated instance of the unflinch
ing stamina of 'Goodyear Cords. The racing records of the
past three months are formidable with additional. proof,
i Proof, not alone of stamina though this is paramount
but of speed, spring, and exultant vitality.
Proof of the very qualities that led to the adoption of Good
year Cord tires as standard equipment on the Franklin, the
Packard TwinSix, the Locomobile, the Peerless, the White.
i Haynes Twelve, the Stutz and the Mcr arlan".
?roof of the qualities that make these tires better.
The Goodyear Tire & "RriSber Co.
Goodyear Tires, Heavy Tourisl Tubes and
"Tire SaUer" Accessories are easy to get frvm
Goodyear Scmvc Station Dealers evcty icte.it.