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President Io Washington
Washington President Wilson, after two months at the summer
capital and on his campaign tour, lias returned to work in his offices
hero, to hud a great deal ot important business awaiting his attention.
The new. phase of the submarine crisis and a mass of correspondence in
regard to Mexico has engaged his principal attention. The President
has not given any particular consideration to changes in his cabinet, al
though the knowing ones aver that there will be changes when the Presi
dent enters upon his second term on March 4 next. Because of the doubt
that the Democrats will lmve a majority over all in the House, the Presi
dent will endeavor to secure certain legislation which he regards as im
portant at the winter session of Congress.
Monday, November 13
Honolulu Joe Cohen, theatrical manager, announces that he
will be a candidate next May for mayor of Honolulu.
Rev. Mr. Scudder held his farewell services at Central Union
church yesterday, big congregations being present.
French Make A Capture
Paris The entire village of Saillesal has been captured by the
French. The Germans suffered heavy losses, the trench defenders
being wiped out bv the terrific artillery fire of the" attackers. The
capture is of great strategic importance.
Britisher Flew U. S. Flag
Berlin claims that the patrol boat which sunk the German sub
marine U 41, flew the flag ot the United States. Berlin also reports
that in a raid of Allied aeroplanes last Friday on the towns of Vbkin
gen and Forbach tlnee persons were killed and slight damage done.
Official denial is made by the German general staff to the report
that Belgians aie forced to work in munition factories.
Zapata Forces Active
Laredo It is reported that Zapata and his Indian band have
murdered a hundred women belonging to the Carranza faction near
Frouttras, in the state of Morilas.
Cases of Various Torpedoed Vessels
Paris Confirmation has been received by the U. S. ambassador
at Madrid of the sinking of the American-Hawaiian steamer Colum
bian bv a submarine.
Survivors of the S. S. Arabia, arriving in London, declare that
the submarine which sunk her was not seen. The first intimation they
had of the presence of a submarine was the torpedo speeding through
An official.telegr'am from Berlin reports that the comamnder of
the submarine which sunk the Rowantree declare that that vessel re
fused to stop when ordered to do so, and upon its refusalthe subma
rine opened fire. (
New York The Republicans will await official recount in Cali
fornia before conceding the re-election of President Wilson. Chair
man Willcox states emphatically that until the California vote has
been officially gone over he will not give up. The official tabulation
in that State will begin today. KxtiaorJinary measures have been
taken by both parties to guard the proceedings
Japan Launches Great Dreadnaught
Tokio The superdreadnaught Tse, 30,600 tons, has been launch
ed at the Kawasaki shipyard.
Wilson In Washington
Washington--The President received a great ovation upon his re
turn to the Capitol yesterday. He denied reports that changes in the
cabinet would be made, saying that any such statements were prema
ture. He expressed himself as pleased with the vote of the National
Guardsmen on the border, where they gave him a ratio of 14 to 12
The Minnesota vote is still close and undecided.
The President will push national defense, corrupt practices act,
immigration and water conservation.
The independents will hold the balance of powc- in the House.
Mann and Champ Clark will likely be the candidates for speaker,
Sunday, November 12
Honolulu Kuhio savs he will introduce a bill in Congress pro
viding for greater home rule in Hawaii, so that the. Territory can elect
its own governor. He believes that the present tendency of Congress
is toward home rule and that such a bill has a chance of passing.
Nearly $2,400 was realized from the sale of beals for the benefit
of the tuberculosis fund.
Kuhio will give a luau in honor of Senator Phelan.
Sugar is unchanged. ,
The Hilonian's rudder is found to be split straight across, de
laying her sailing a day.
Many Battles At Once
London Series of fierce battles on five fronts are going on. Re
ports from the Somme are contradictory.
A signal victory over Mackensen appears to have been won by
the Russians and Rumanians in the Dobrudja district. The defeat of
the Teutons appears to be decisive. They were thrown back across
the track of the Allies, who captured quantities of guns and supplies.
The British have captured another long stretch of trenches at
Russians Claim other Gains
Bucharest Despatches indicate that the Rumanians have gained
signal victories over the Teutons in 1 ransylvania.
Volunteers Must Stay i
San Antonio Word has come from Secretary Baker that there
will be no discharge of any forces now on the border unless it can be
shown that it is for the good of the government.
Writer Gets In Bad
Washington Karl Armand Garves, a magazines writer, has been
arresled on the charge of attempting to blackmail the wife of the Ger
Wilson's California Majority
San Francisco California gave Wilson a clean, unsplit majority
of 3,000 votes.
Wilson Cheered In New York
New York Wilson ia cheered by up-State crowds.
There is no hope whatever for Hughes.
Some possibility that Minnesota mav be counted for Wilson.
More Work of Submarines
London Four steamers were sunk by submarines yesterday.
Columbian Reported Torpedoed
Washington It is reported here that the American-Hawaiian
steamer Columbian has been sunk in the Mediterranean and the crew
landed at Coruna, Spain. It is not known whether any crew were
lost. Secretary Lansing has cabled the American ambassador at
Madrid for full particulars.
New Polish Army
Berlin Germany has issued a proclamation calling on Poles to
volunteer for the new Polish army it is propostd shall be organized.
Honolulu The Governor has reappointed Dr. T. H. Raymond to
be supervisor on Maui. He says he has taken no part in factional
Governor Piukham is holding up the, Waikiki reclamation propo
sition in order to study into it more deeply.
Frank C. Atherton will become vice-president of Castle & Cooke
on December 1.
Willett & Gray predict a world's sugar crop of seventeen and a
half million tons.
The Retreat Of Mackensen
Bucharest General von Mackensen is retreating from the Dob
rudja district and the Bulgar population is fleeing. Great fires are
seen in the direction of Schernavoda and Constanza, the Teutons
probably firing the towns preparatory to their retirement.
The German Report
Berlin Russian lines west of Predeal have been taken with bayo
net fighting. Five Russian night attacks in the Barranovitch sector
have been repulsed. The French and Serbs have captured positions
The British have taken advanced positions at Courcelette.
The Russian Account
Petrograd The Russians and Rumanians have made further ad
vances in the Dobrudja district, recapturing positiors 12 miles south
German Attacks Repulsed
Paris German attacks at Alencourt have been repulsed with
heavy losses. i
Loudon A German trench 1,000 yards long, on the Somme,
northeast of Courcelette, has been taken.
Carranzaistas Regain Town
Eagle Pass Carranzaistas have recaptured the town of Parral.
Hughes In Minnesota
St. Paul With eighteen missing precincts Hughes leads in this
State by 239 votes.
Who Caused The Mischief
San Francisco The 'governor declares that certain pettv politi
cians and newspapers caused the defeat of Hughes in California, and
have done the State an injury.
Arabia A New Kingdim
Washington Secretary Lansing has received advices from Mecca
that a new kingdom has been formed in Arabia, and.that the monarch
and his government look to America for recognition.
Princeton, 0; Harvard, 3.
Michigan, 20; Cornell, 23.
Pennsylvania, 7; Dartmouth 7.
Goethels Retiring soon
General Goethels will retire soon from his office in the Canal zone
and will likely be succeeded by acting Governor Harding.
Saturday November 1 1
Williamstown, Mass. Thousands of people gathered at theSayre
(son-in-iaw of President Wilson) residence yesterdav and last night,
to congratulate the President. Mr. Wilson was there to fulfill a prom
ise to attend the christening of his grandchild. In response to a call
for a speech Mr. Wilson delivered a powerful address, in which he
said that the nation must think in future of one thing only our
country. We must unite for the betterment of the United States, for
get all differences and work togetherfor the great country we love,
which has given us liberty and peace.
Recount Still Undecided
New York George W. Perkins, after a conference with Judge
Hughes last night, said that the Republican party managers were un
decided whether or not to ask for a recount in California, North Da
kota and New Mexico, The official figures from those States will be
examined before anything further is decided upon.
There is no change in the standing of doubtful States.
Wilson has a majority of 13 in the electoral college and both
houses of Congress are Democratic.
Fight In The Air
Paris A most spectacular battle was fought in the air yesterday
on the west front between thirty British aviators and forty Teutons.
Berlin declares' that seventeen' Britishers were brought to the ground,
while the Allies claim that ten Germans were brought down. Greai
Britain admits the loss of seven machines in the fight. "Uff
Submarine Question Again
Washington The State Department views the submarine activity
of the Teutons with grave concern, and a summary of the situation
ha" been submitted to President Wilson.
The U. S. ambassador at Berlin wires that Germany will thor
oughly investigate the sinking of the Marina.
Canal Is All Right
General Goethals brands as false the claim that the Panama. canal
is a failure. He assures that there will eventually be control of the
slides for all time.
"I Won't Works" Chargod
Everett Forty members of the I. W. W. gang which invaded
this city a few days ago have been charged with murder.
German Bases Shelled
London British airmen have shelled the Teuton bases at Ostmd
and Zeebruggc.The admiralty claims that the results were satisfactory . .
Card Of Thanks
Pcrmitlmojto thank most cordi
ally all the (friends who.voted for
main the election held last Tues
day. I will do my best to fulfil the
important duties entrusted to me to
the entire satisfaction of the Terri
tory in general and Kauai in particular.
J. II. Coney,
Lihue, November 10, 191(5.
Card Of Thanks
I wish to publicly thank the
voters of Kauai for the splendid
support giving me in the recent e-
lection, and to assure one and all
that they will have my best services
in the House of Representatives.
John do C. Jekvks,
Homesteads, Nov. 11.
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application should be filed with
the secretary of the Board not later
than the time set for said hearing.
W. D. McBrydk;
Secretary Board of License Com
missioners. Oct. 24-31. Nov. 7-14.
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21st, 1916, at ten o'clock A, M.
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of Act 119, Session laws of 1912.
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