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VfiAWATtAM "GAZETTE, TUESDAY,- FF.nRUAfcY .-: 5.1918. "' -MI-VvTr.TXY.
Amsterdam . Newspaper - Pub-
lishes Document Drawn promt
Secret Files of German Af!
, l- - t tT I. . ft i t
cnives i eiung or cany .dieps
TLAM PRESENTED MET
DISAPPROVAL AT, FIRST
Fc'i Experts Showed It Neces
sary". ! Because" ; of ; Serious
; Straits : In Which German In
ternal Affairs Had Reached;
AMSTERDAM, I'eVruary 2
( Associated " Press) Secret
documents, secured from the Ger
man archives, which relate, to the
steps whicjv immediately preced
ed the. em warding of Germany
upon ..its !atppaign of , ruthless
submarine .warfare which;: has
driven ;,sb, many nations which
were formerly neutral into abso
lute hostility and open warfare
and ,has, Icnded to. break .the
friendship' .and estrange .other
neutrals; 'which have, for various
reasons not aggressively resisted
the ..operation, .of , the policy art
published jn the.ffandelsbted.-:.
: ADISAXTV PLAN ;''
In 1915 the German admiralty
repared''pieinfJrandum fn whicl
it undertootf'to sliaw that'unre,
f tritjietl .jtiVjarinmg jpf -the" com-'
rrierce of he world would brtrif
. Great. Britain tp its knees n si
nutnhs. -.'The arguments dvanc;
ed in 'this ; memorandum ' were
based, uporj Vhe ' thei .' prices for
foods in Britain and freight and
insurance rates as they prevailed
, . TUis memorandum was pre
sented to. von 1 loll weg and then
to HelfTrich, -who rejected jhe
proKsa1 -' i.''p'S ..VJ. .
Pleading that, sy desperate reni
- edy was necessary, the admiralty
then brought ninexpertV on fi
nan! ' and c.oirtnerce- to prove
how ifesperte were f he straits, pf
Germany internal situation. AH
of thesp experts? as' it, had been
expected they would and as they
' had beeji" engaged tp do, advised
'the "immediate adoption of' the
plan suggested-by .the Admiralty
for a, ruthless submarining Vof
merchantmen ot ' the Allies an!
reutra) nations alike. '
, . GpVEI?IMENT YIELDS
Inthe; facc.of this., testimony
and the insistence, of the admiral
ty and upon the assurance thai
by so 3oin? Great Britain would
be brottgh down' to defeat by
starvation Within a half year's
period. Jhe government yielded
:md later f lje plans, were announc-
f 1 to the world, .
Lcbor Federatjftn Sends U'tima
turn Tq National ppuncil ';,
PABISi ,rbrury"I Aaaociated
'r'i!i) Indication -tbt indastrieJ na
Tt'st i ipreadinp; Into neatral Swltier
In ml are to be foond la advicea reeeW
. f rum' Geneva yeaterday' which aaid
the t'enerul Council w a tQ take Op the
- ,1.1 . i. . . i
oiiHHleration or an umniBuro wmcp
bud len eent to it by the labor federa
1 ion whiB demanded : tba dumoblliza-
ii,.n of tbe twl army.
Tba army had been kept In a tat pf
inoljilization by Bwttierland and hna
lieu an' afflrfeat' .gnird ' of the' Swit
I or.lnr to tba nd that ita neutrality
i,(;,v be Vaiutalaed' and if nececsary
CC1I00L CHILDREN ARE
. KILLED BY; N. P.. TRAIN
l!ARWVTf Vlinneaota,' February 8
( AHiuriateil rrfi) ;Many homu here
tvxre thrown' Into tuourafng or eorrow
v. HtcT.rav' 'is- ffi'e'Vehult' btrM arfi.lent
ulii' ll overtook" ' "' ochool aigbing
j uity. The children, wore on m out
in a lnrge ' ouiuibu. aleigh which
viVafruek by Northern I'acip train
,,,, h praile rroamne. .
M t .n of the fi-btfol ebUdreu were in-
lly killed and' eighteen 'Vere in-
.u i, some of them perhaps fatally. v
BOLSH&V1KI. CONSUL IS ;
'BECAUSE 'OF CONFUSION
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WASHINGTON, February S (Ass session ot the tolsheviki tone. '. An
ciated Press) Heoogaitloa of the new.. ,thcT report said th Kiev Polish kpioo
Russian Coul general to New aork bad declared war against the.Bolahe
h beoo refusea by the stare depart-1 vlVI. ' ,' ' '' ', '' ! ' .'
meat inasmuch ns the' United biUtell ."The revolutionary committee of But
a at hot yet recognised the ttoiskevinl 1 also omcesn and aallora in reported to
government which ha waa sent to Maw 'have; seised" many vessels (a the Blank
York to represent and id not prepared 8n aad to haw confiscated Kumanlaa
to reeoTilae the government beaded by ! vessels.. Ilia said is nil-forty war
Nikolai Ln'm while the country is i ships aji; ' merchantmen have, been
ita preaeat' atata of uaaettlemeat aad
tnrmoit.' - r- -i.'-s-i
' "Urporte troim retrograd '" yeeUirday
aald Leaine, head of the Natioaul Cota
anliaion of RaanU bad a narrow eMipo
from death by bullet fhd by t
dent at Hraolny but ewaped 'ontajured
aa the bullt narrewlT ttiimed him.- -
loflnitie report of Bolrtlievikt Kae-
reeneft) rumor of o'h re $n indieat ai
that tba present government i not by
any mean' (table coma fat on ripoa
Oongreaa Called ,! ,i " ;
itoncOw deapatche to Berne Which
forwarded ' here" laat lalirht aaid
the opponent f flie Bolakevikl thera f
had eaJled aa all Edaaiail: ennsrteon 'to j
meet erBay 3 la momow to repiaee
thai eoaatituent aaaembly from whlrh I
the Bnlaheviki membcfr retired" . and
which the National' Cooimiaaioa order-
ed Aieaolved.' ' ''' J ;,-'; -.-::..
' Report of .BolahevlM eiieeeiwM anld
fiev waa-takea on Wedfiesdnv: Aren-.
'ter. vent ertty ah J that Oi'ea'H. -akh
na'l PatnHVv wh now In the full n
, " AMSTERDAM, rebrsary 8 AKoclatd 'JPreas) Peace without coa- ,
qnesrta, without aanexaUon without lndenjnl lea. and witbout reprisala, 11 1
Ui pollry whick la ahaouocod by tba new ttangarlan premier. Dr.1 Alex
ander Wekex.'a, actoirdlng to advice which ha. cdni from Budapsvi ' '
i 1. reUowlag hi aatoctlca o forat nw BiUigjUlan cabloat Aftec tbe mo-
' captwiea by Emperor Charles 6X Attatrla-Huqeary of the resignations pi the ,. .
lembeza ot thai orernincut undertook the fonnatio of a new cabinet i
ftod ha auocoedad la hi cBoria. B U. quoted aa having declared for pcao v
la poeck in wbicU he oaUlued the Hcla f or wnicn tha no-w goyctmuei- '
. 'win statul M te'npottM t6 Ukvft iwlAi'- i'v"' ,Vo'!',!'-''.'
"Our rnMineia for peaca ta ral and ttneer. W lr In earneat tn our '
- assertion. t"'-. rtWwfVi,'.'. Vt ,-:'""., -.
' "W nevar strove for eonquaat and w are not bow atrlvlng for It.
We anall not aaek It nof demand any thatarial fruit of ft la terrltorv or '.
indatnniuet, i.? -n1 'V t ,'. ;.v.',; '''J i.
' T "We aeek and vand road to enter cpon a Jnitnndentanding wtlch .
will lead to a Usttog nd aecur peacaL" '''-7'. r'":" V., . .:: v ;r
It la known positively at. Bora, aaid despatch yesterday that For ;'
' clga Minister Osaraut of Anattla-HUngiry .through a private intermediary,
has aent aevaral tejaagea t Vtealdent Wllaon ajBuring hint 'of thenttu-. :
cerlty of Anstrtaa dlplomatla aanonncemehtaii ' - r'. .i T (
LIMITED IiI DILL
Senate Committee Fixes .Eifih-
ir-tejn Months After, War for-
, Retjurri To Compfoifo
WASHIKaTON, Pebrnary )!-(Aeao-elated
Pre) The . aenata' interatate
eommeni eoroniittee today adopted
report fixing the 'government eontrol
of railroad -to a limit of 18 month
after tb connlaaioa ' of. the war,' "and
retaining in the bill the authorisation
to the President to 8 ratea, pertnlttiag
an appeal t tne tnteratate commeroe
eommiaaion, f his make tha operation
of the road by Uncle Sam itrictly
war-timo-meaaur. - ,'.."'.'"" ',' ' '! ':.' '.v
lASother important development to
day rae whern after n.eoaferene bd
tween th- railroad director general.
Secretary MeAdoo, with Fuel Control
ler Oariold, it was indicated that the
"heatleee Monday"-plan will be aban?
doqed after the wext meetiag. ;
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rspnef$ From : Uniterj Stt
Army To Be jCagerJ By Huns
AMERICAN nKADQUARTEBS IN
FRANCK, J Febuary (Aasoeiated
Pre) (Amencsn- prisoners taksn b
fht 'Oerman ra to be treated Wit1
V -." r . j -V i-
havaVt eced.f The officer, have
obtained documents said to hsve been
aken from , Oitrman prisoners, contain-
INK UTUtr..ll- Kit i.o.if mrv u'.ll .V U.I .nu-l. t. ' L t
days, and compelled to stand for the
entire time. ' ' . '.: .
It la believed these ardera were de-
signed for military information.
ALL DUTIES ENDED HIS
RELEASE IS GIVEN, ISHII
, TOKIO, February 1 Speelal to Ha
waii 8hi npo) Having completed all pf
the duties connected with hi appoint
ment aa n special eommiaaioner for Jap
an to the ITnited Htatea and hia final
report having been rendered and ap
proved, Viaeount Iahii waa today re
leased a special envoy.
BBWARB OF COLDS.
Childrea are mucJi more likely to eon-J.
tract the eontavioue diaesaes when they
have c olds. ' Whooping cough,' iliphthe-
ria, scarlet fever and consumption are
diseases that aro often contracted when
the child ha a c-old. Thnt Is why all
eMeal auhofitles 'say beware of colds.
For the duli-k cure of col.la you will find
nothing better thsa Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy. It can always be ds -
nended upon enl is plaaat and safe to
a-ltftkC. For sale by all dealers. Benson,
i tHmitb Co , Ltd., ageuts for Hawaii,
- f Advt; '" ' . ' 'V " - r -
taken.. ' t V" -. J ' . i
Eimsnlana faka City . r '
-rrumanlaa force are reported- to
haver tka' over. Kiahenev, tha capital
Of Be-crabia lb reapioiunj tV -requeeta
froth the rnntent of that country.
,..Va,r!oe uneonflrmed tepbrt 'of yea
trdy'rer that five' more ' Kntente
wan' p hvo Veached Vladivostok to
guard againtt diTurlanca. Chin li
aaW. t b ' fMblddinr epoTtttioni of
fodstnlf to Rtisnia. Jt U renoitpd at
! Moanoir that' the Turk are nropoa ns
a arparate peaee wh TnrtiCaoeairfan
enooei' rtf workmen and o1(It. Th
iTtltiulmMl he" Wuta of Ruaafa are
reporteir U hav fTtttod a government
epted to the Bol.-hevikl,' ' .
Tra-ena ADanaorai . . . .:
."IhiMtldorf i TfartTleMen '. eorreapnd-
mef anett that portion 'of the Ro-
ij(ii froet' have 'bee abandoned Awing
to ke' fact that- tranehea "bavo fajlea
to. pite and entanglement poeM-tre
belns burned" for filet bv the artillerv
meir'whA ht remained there to rv
thai hor. t V t i I ' ; i . '. V V '
Ppsifipps ArJvancecf, Teutons 'Re
: ;;.p ulied,' British. BePMlsel.
i'.V Raids akirifl r?fisoner$
NEW tORK'Pebruary Aoclat
ed Pros) gpiji further gain on the
VTalago Valloy sector of. tbe Iulian
front were Reported' yesterday in the
official despatches from Rome. Aaetro
German attack failed o reach the new
Italian position on tbe Aiiago aector,
the' advancing column ieing about
ballot to pieces by artillery and bombed
from above by the Italian aviators.
JUd the Western front Uennan raid
ear' Larieux were repiilaed by the
Brititih 'nod- prisoner taken while at
Rlousacourt and Lena' heavy artillery
ure was reported. ..
'. Entry, of Greece into the fighting is
expected from the eaU of sixteen claas
e of reservist a, according to n Ben-
Piirthes' details of the raid on Paris
adV greatly, 40 the )iat of casualties
the lale llgurea being forty-five killed
I on I J ' ,
m t-vi, iiijiveu.
PRESIDENT MAY fiE
y-.Djii ipprovea o nerrmi Hirn ro
PI Til si t V Bn. aa ansa
:b t' wi inaustrjai.Eanerts ,
WASniNOTON, Febmary 2-(Aaso
( elated Pess) -Apprbvs ,0f the bill
which will authorize the President ta
lOatnes snd in agriculture. lrre
fiective of whether they shall bava
ueea seierieu in ine urny or not, was
given yesternay ry the smiate com
mittee oa hiilitary affaira. '
' Arrnngement have hrcn concluded
by the' committee to tnke final nettoir
wrthla the next few daya on the bill
which will require all of these who
baVs paased their tweuty first blrtbdays
since the aaire of the Hvlective Draft
Iw to register for the seconil and any
auraeiueut ilraft which may b re
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GOVERNMENT PROGRAM IN
; JAPAN GOES JORWARD
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TOKIQ, February 1 (Speoiul to Hs-
waii Mhinpo) Both houses of the im-
P'.rial dlft hav deedad to I10I4 com-
memorstive exereisea on the'snnivsr
sary of the promulgation of the eoa-
eifitiition 'which oeurred February ,11,
'lS8p. "The ceremonies will be held in
the' garden of the diet.
' Tbe temper of the house of represea
, fatives is such that it appears certain
4o pass all of the bills which the no
ernment desires' snd the program of
the goverament appear to be proceed
'iai smoothly. v m
.. C ; r" fc . '.'"') si '? t .- '
Argentina s Action
tn- BTJENOS AIRES, rabrnary i
(Aaeorlated Pre) .- Argentina'!
' wllltaxy attache ta Berlin ud to
VKnua hjive been recalled. One
more tba country itanda on th , '
brink of war with tba Oeotral .
''Power because of th conttntnuica
againat this country of the cam
.( palitn of rutblos lubmarinlnsj. ."
. . pul.tkai circles regard tba recall
. Of the mill taxy attaches from the
..crpitaj of Oernany and Anrtrla aa "
- bighJy Mimlficant lii connection wttl
the fdnking of tba Argentina -'
stesmor Mlnlxtar Irriendo which
' , wan submarined January g. ' ,,,
i'Tba Argentina ambaaay baa .
V learned the vewat'waa flying the
j Argentine .flag when aba was at--
tacked, torpedoed and tunk In con
'itraventloa of tie promise which "'
bayo been mad by Berlin and
j ajnnd.'' '' . a,- -. i 1-.-
:" Peeling is high ngainst th Oer
. mar ' and the question Is naked
bow far, will tha pro German pro. ,
' clivitle of tbe president prevail to
,kocp up friendly relations in tba
fa of trident diaregard of tba '
country 's rights and tba futility of ,
trust in promises, wbith tun inada
-' oniy to bt' broken,'' . ; ': - . ',
BAN FRANCISCO. FbniarJ (As-
leciated; Press)-aorg, Rodiek, then
"lerman cenanl at Honolulu, received
ind frnnamittel ardfra lor tho! captnla
I no myntory -ehip" Msvencs wane
tis veasol was jon route wU'k plotters
o atir up -nar- Indlnn mutiny, 'wa the
leolnratlon yestetdsy 'of the prosecu
tion in tbe "liidia -conspiracy case"
low .on trial. x's, L' --.-!.
.' The district attorney introduced as
ividonce in tha trial n receipt for 10,-
'Oo from Captain Nelson, skipper or
he gun-runner " Maverick; to Fred
lebae-n. one of those indicted, aaid to
lave been in the tdot behalf of Oer-
maay. The receipt was. for money f to
Km aAiilift. in Tnitiai' TTa mlaA intrndtliliul
milinff orders for. Nelson; 'telling Nel-
wn to: watch for , the schooner Annie
Larscn, - '-' 1 ,
1 . The: prosecution contends th Bodlsk
reeivd ordera from the German con
sulate in San Francisco and delivered.
them to Captain Nelson at Honolulu.
LONDON, February I (AaaocjiaUeil
PrcesJ The Finnish Situation is mora
re vrtlutionarr .faction ." has . been d it
trmed and its members are surrender-
lns rnniJllv. v J'. - : " y' .
The revolutionists stilt hold Ijolsfng
fors. however, v' ' ' - '.'' , '
Advice to he '.Finnish legation here
it tnnt liie situation is einanng up.
the revolutionists, bcinjj grjduhlly dj
fektec,,' . :. ' ' -Z:';:
AMERICAN HEADQUARTERS IN
FRANCE, Ftdiruary .2 ) (Aasoeiated
I"resa) JAnnosncoiSent i,has 'ben, n
horsed ' here thnt sixteen of th largest
German ' stcimrra' w h ic b' were 'sv-i c4d in
Vinturicit'n Vorts hva tucceavf ully com
pleted roj'sges fromrth TJnited Statee
in the ar trade for Uncle Sam.,VThe
I.evinthnn, formerly the Vaterlund, the
largest steamer afloat, 1 one ortnein
and 'many other . vessels in. the Arade
besides tlje sixteen evQornians; bv
arrived. f 'It 1.4a ;furihei;' nnnouneed
through tho Associated I'reM that th
total tonnage or the . lormer uermnn
vsels ready for service, mps, of em
in the. business of brincing men and
materials to Frsnce," i approximately
SOO.OOd toils.. The ' announcement-' 1
oermitted now in nfutntlon of th Oer
nian claim that tbe steamers, eitbf
'iftd npt left the United 8tate or were
I APAN ASSURES RUSSIA.
.;, OF' GOOD INTENTIONS
TOKIO. FebrimrV 1fSpeeisl tn Ha
waii Phinpo) Cnunt K. tlphida, Jap
ancsa ambassador to Russia has given
iasuranc.es to the BolshlviVl govern
mat at Petrograd that If ia nof the
Intention of Jnpan to Interfere anv
way with tho internal ana pouncai si
faira of "Russia. ! The aendlnff' pf 'war
akipa o -Asiatic Russian ports; be in
formed th eowu-il, . wa only, for the
purpose of protecting the interests of
Jspaneae residents nnd the, lnteret'of
his country. ' f ,,' '"'V
SPAIN PLANS PRQTESt V
: ON HUN UTHLESSNESS
MADRID Februarv, 1 (Assbcated
Press) The Spanish i cabinet,
Kinir Alfonso presiding, today decided
to mahe a strong protest to Ocrmanyi
demanding reparation for he, sluklug
&f the Bpaaiaa sAenmer-Cftnl-U.-'-,'. ..f
f I." ' . , V 1;
mi 01 nno
'".'''' ; ..y". ' '' 'v: ' '.; :'i ,-"t'
fish r:;.rtuET FLAri co;:;ai;:G's report
Board of Supecvisort " Wilf tau:
m A.'' u k ' I
cus; luesaay on proposition !
for Defeating Hich Prjce f?iqgt
Tuesday night, after the regulcr board
meeting on tn propositloa of defeat .
lag the Orlental ffah ring In Honolulu
bj mean of n public ' market,' . ,' M; "; j
Mayor Fern and 'Oenerai John Hi ?
Boper th. latter ch.lrma. of.
commlttee of the Vlgll.ne Corp, be-
gan work yesterday preparing data on
n concrete proposition 'that la W pn
laid before the auperviaors looking to
1 of -necessary; fund's foy k
municipal market. This 1 understood
te. embrace now echenie for' coopera
tion of the part of the tshcrmen which
to eliminate" the predatory . middle
man. . x i .,!' . '.;, J - w ':
''t am not at liberty new to outline
the full detail of the plan oh which
we are work tug. but 1 csn promise that
it "wlll.be ffertiv and L nm 'sure that,
nndnr ' tha-. eirenmafaneaa. ' it .' will'' re
ceive the support of the supervisors;"
said General' Moper,' ' ). . v5" '
' General Hoper said that he was gath
ering from 'the fiahermCa ' exact statis
tfen "on which to beSe'n report, td the
vigilance corps and t the board of su-
perviaers. He bin ted that part of the
inveatigationa will hav for their pur
pone an approximation, of the dividend
which ar paid en the market buildings.
Too Many Profits -,.-.'.
"The -more, w look Into this aah
matter,' the more people we find who
are pnrticinating In-the nh profit'
he sid. ".There appears te be no Jimit
to the margins that can be gained or
to th piioc Ibat ean be secured. 'Tie
market company; in the tn P'0 ?
cured., preposterous rentals foil their
stalls, nnd even then, they are sub-let
by two or three parties, each of whom
received hi margin of ' prenf. - The
same thing happens wiHi the fish. When
the 'puthhasef ka paid the 'fish riee
he has paid his sheae- of the everhesd
expense eif the stalls", tb ibctloriecr 's
pereentagv the nan company's pornonj
the boat owner.; portion; the' wnges of
the k fishermen, ' nnd unry 'of a' half
dozen a'rlM,iee.,r-,';-"4 r-'-Vv '
. .The first- activity of General 8oper,
in tbe interest of ' the' Vigilance Corps
wad hsceHalsinf the fenslbiRtr et the
old territorial' fish 'market at tkk foot
of Alakea Wreot ' now being need by
the iquartermaater's 'eerpe of the army
and bf the probability" of this Mag re
turned to the Territory" when the new
warehouses '-of tbe quartermaster , are
opened, c'y' f ' '"' -.V v '-'' i
This bnildiag, which nan not been in
service aa a fish market . for twelve
years, wan found to tie poorly situated,
for th nnrnose. .nltheuirh it offers- ade
quate sne.se 'for the-ventsrs with thd
probabinty : or serving n aomuon ox
the finance problem. - -.?--v
'tfiven if we could get hold of thia
building, ' I doubt " Very much whether
it is-the loeatlhk that would be eueeess
ful, id' Qenctral fioper.. !Our'mar'
ket bad' better be le! the location, sug
gested ' hf te' mayo, on River - Street
shd 'la the; district that frtieei wiost
of the patron ef kueh n market.' '
The auggeation by eiticen that -nn
auggestlon by eittcens that -nn
organization ef householder might be
formed to, manage and lanneh th mar.
iei ii HUT, oom w
mainland in not favored by GenerM
Boper na for as Wis investidationh have
proceeded. He believes that conditions
in Bonoluln demahd thaf'Surt n mar-1
ket be municipally owned and eodr i
trolled, I" -"!." ' . '
l lIitH Pen aad General Boner wn
both at the public market yesterday ln who rocentlv attacked one of hia cesa
veati rating the problem. - - 'j try men with n knife. He w. charged
f t W' mnde the' surprising disepvery ,in , an indictmont.. that wag returned
thai the auctioneer of the fish that were jwith assault while armed with intent
Wnsht id by one of the boats from
Klihan received more money in f nree
inlauies than the fishermea . on : that
boat received ' for their .entire two
week' work." aid Mavor Fern. "An
other' important item that we discov
ered yesterday is the fact that -tbe
owner of the poat. receives iamj-iere,s
percent of the price of the fish.'' ;- -
Before the data la, laid before-tba
board of supervisors complete statis
tics will have been eomniled showing
the proceeds front, the 828 fishing boats
in Honolulu. . ,'l
GERMANS SMALL BUYERS
OF ARGENTINE WOOLS
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BUENOS ' AtRtS, Telrucry t
(Associated Pros) The 1917 wool
crop is now nearly all shorn aad while
not quite so Urge as thnt of lust year
is, however, regarded here a highfy
satisfactory in quantity, quality nnd
price. " Th largest buyers tm the. -wool
market today are the officials' rep're
seatlng the Kntente Allien Who are pur
chasing urge quantities destined to the
armies. American buyers 'aril' how fa
miliar figure on the' market nnd do n
business second only -to tb French ind
English representatives. .' " ' ;
! Tbe German firm are not buyers to
suy great extent; but they are always
on tbe spot nnd generally open to do
business in small lota nt low prices.
These German firms' must, indeed, bold
aa enoruiou stork' of 0d fn'itnif
warehousfsf they were large buyers 'in
1914 and 1915 nnd middling last year,
aad, while not having bought much this
season due to (he high prices tlicyhave
not been tempted io tinload fheir stork's
on te the market which thVv COuld have
'dline at great profit; 'Appareafly they
profioae holding OUt'tlll the eml pf fhe
war aad te be prelsrel fdf the eusuiug
comwarclal MVclr-' l'ii
STRIKE CRISIS OVER
..... :, ; U ;:' " ;r ? v l rx 'I. i'
City's Receipts Were ' tl,94,-
' ass am a m ...
Hb4o.t - ana txpenditures--
Arppuritpd Tp$183633.93 V
T which- will ' be aubmltted to AU
ooaro or supervisor at its next meet- f
ing will shoW a' Cash balance in thjl
tiy 'treaa'ury of on jsnuary
i; -.T' c $U011.
the reVeaue nnd expenses, of various
city departments, The receipts from
'of the year were $lj(33,. i -
J!"-"? '"d burwment were V .
w rt .howVthat 140,912.fl8 haa
oeen expenooa ror permanent improve- anj to discredit reports : to ine
ment during the year, of which the 'efrect that th e Worst ot the VitirU
grenteat single Items were for the pnr- ;'e't .a1 l "9 Oine SUlia
ehsse of and for oad widening en tion is over ftnd tbe crisis has
lamMVinuHE iitrrut mjk h am.- uai .
Stt.. Which coat "2atnnn tha rnn. .
atmrtjon of the concrete road and. re-l
i Jvond, Tchlet of'tfie BerlirJ Distfki Ita ,6
sl5,4T7.7, . aad the Walmea-Kawailon -, ' -. - ,, - i ' ',-
Road which came to tl3,1H6.03, aa the dissolved ,the Council . Ol ' FiVC , , ' ' '
St?thl rlit?t-' 'i Ujundred " which had; beenVap- ri ' ;
Of the reeipte shown in the report, . 7 ,-1 ., N , , , r -,, .
the liqupi license is ene of the im- pointed to safeguard, jhe uiteres , ' '
pertant reTcnuci. of the city, showing cf th. workingmeq during; the - V?
a total of 44.900 for-the ynr.- The ' ; : -1- t ? - , ; fv - -frseehise
taxes of the Hawaiian Klee- ,trilce. t He . has also prohibited
trie Ce. for- ifti4 amounted to 3frt4.3 th'e fonringo any new brganiza-; ;?'
and- that of -the Honolutn One Co. to .i- ..- . ' . - V ;, , ,
2.457 94. i Receipt from garbage wer
is .aqn.fiO. Hunting fees- brought i
$T0S0Q. - '.'' : .','
Interesting item in the list of-die-Htirsement'
'ares1 'jj, r,,;'i fc
Exr;pse Board License Com---'v "T:
misaionera ... , , . t. 4 8.101.02
ne ofi DepeTidt ChildrMw 4.S51.31
Mflneraee Shelter Home.. ; 2,7W.7
Anthrax Control i.4T..'.;.'-'-J 197M)
Rnriat of Indigent Dead.. J4S2.80
Collection nnd Disposition of v '
UarDage . .....A., Z7,8nl.84
tionniy - neisxrarion ' uoara f ) r-; '
Exnease ii.i.'.t..'.'. (. i 024.00
SafflatratiAn Sail F!leetln Vrr, V . - -
imprnvement fund the past wear ha,tpe , pppqlace - against, efforts to
tho Tirevliiue yenr.-.'Tbe fond for,th-
nreservn'tion snd Imnortstion of game
birds ehewni'thnt Wt.tv was sheet otat
of an svsilabl SV178.04.- Thorn U s
Mak Wance' in ' the' pension fund ef
7,J50.62,' i '' -;!.,, .''..' 1 tn.v
' f "-'.. 1 ''wi;'-:';'
rCaisoku Who Killed1 Countryman
,. v In f iqlt pver. Bunpli of
' x t' Bananas Cxonfirated,;
a inquiry into the WiUng f
icse Vukuyamn in. a, .."-dqei
t week at Wahiawa the grand
rda. ki.i tha slaver. "fiift.
Iahl kalsokn, tilnmelesn, ' returning- ncf
bill in th case. ' .- i ' i V cV .f.xj
The :.tw quarrelled ive -the -anlaf f
V..-..L -' l.. a i . i
fa bumh of bananas and. in the melee
2that followed Fukuyama net (upon the
0heV with. an. ax. K:aisoku, who'waa
irami i wiu anus, uvagea n noj-.
Ueraarv 'a . blowa and drove hia knife
"home.' Fukuvamn died ahortly' ,ft
' the' conflict. Kaiaokn was wounded1 but I
recovered. - The grand jurors heal that!
Knisoku fought Tn aelf defense. .
- Another case investigated wan that .
of Vietoriani dn la Ou. a Fillninn I
to 'murder.--'Three separate indictment
charging.' burglary in the flrsf degree
were- ruiuroeu aninsf loe, ' Japanese,
Sahara arrested recently- in cog sec
tion with, several burglaries, j',
NAVAL' RESERVE LARGER
." THAN . WAS NAVY FORMERLY
ANNAPOLIS, February (Associa
ted Press) Soereterr paniols, address
ing i((()'grndu'n(ing noval rcservUts tq
day,' said that, the navs- reserves em
brace ; 00,000 . men. and 78(0 ' officers.
"This i "larger $han Jhe regular, pavy
when war w.as declared,'!.'', 'tie 'aid.
"This i wonderful service has ' bn
developed in 18 months. M He told the
RETALIATION MaTbRINg' . '
' ; SPANIARDS, UP JQ TERMS
- WASHINGTON, February l-U(Aso.
elated Press)' Unofficial statements to
day indicate that Hp'ain's Interference
With tha United fitarea aad other allied
countries in shipments across the front
let1 may meet a awlft retaliation. ' '
' - i, . , ''.., ,
AMERICAN AVIATOR FALLS
press)-Bev O. Garvev, an American
member o( the Britiat Royri Flyl-g
l orpa, was smea today when he rell
durins; n flight. , . . ' .' v -
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI
ke LAXATIVB BROMO QUININQ
Valdtii); ' Prugga1s Vefu'n4j money If
, . " ciire,' Tbe' signature ol .
- V W.,CJVQVK la on each bqv Man. ;
turcd by tbe PAUI3 MCD1CINH
:X 'st.-'iv-k' v; b; v"'.; ..:'; '
GRA D JURY OLDS
VVorkmen8 Council of Five Hun
, . dred In Berlin Is Dissolved and
.Formation of Any New Body,
.' Will NofBe To!cratcdv
APPEAL IS ISSUED TO
N'-vr, RAILROAD ENGINEERS
Reichstag Labor , Leader Urges
, Government To West Workers
and Says Unyielding Course
V!.3??. ..T?""" 1 0T'eYOIUll0n
rjTSrtV V K Y Va ''
I ' " ji v '
sociated Press) Drastic
tions taken by German and " Aus-
triad official, .for - tfcclr govern-
ments i Various ' part$ of Cer-
' j - k r .
any. n4 the Dual. Empire po
faf to confirm the reports of th
!srloVs' Industrial, diaturbancen
''v-.r .1 u-- -.
i.rn, naasrt " '
' I ."-." V i .k',--
In-, Berlin the-' commander in , :
uon or .tnc appointment or any " ' . -body
which may undertake to di- :l '."'
rect strike movements.'.,' , This' in- -. ' ::'a '
formation was contained in nn
h .which, va9r
received at Copenhagen' and for ;
warded Uri:-Z':, lZ,.
POPULACE WARNED v v V
-Other reports of official action '
coming-' frpnx Northern': neutral
capitals tpd, o( thCj military corn,-;'
create disturbances and promis-.
' 1.' ' i. , 'Lrr ' ' L. ' t'
ing inai any sucn cuoris vrouiu
be 'rigidly 4 put down and the of- ,
fenders i dealt with the utmost . :
severity j martial law was extend- ; -ed
to llemiligen and in Berlin the"
police ' raided vthe' headquarters p..
of trades unions In a number 'of ; t, 1
different locations and took strike ! ::
leaders. into, custody,! ,:y '',.' ;
i.'Tbratened ' strikes 'of'Ioronto-i'J y
tiv ' engineers, ; trainmen v and " ,
other railroad employes are iridi-
cated in the action of a reichstag
i leader of the iabor party who has , ,
'appealed to' the Engineers' Union
. . . . . . '.-.-..';
.to remain on the iob and not to 4
,'BtrikeJ At the
( . C
'e,d,' ?he gpV?ri"
I '1 a
railroad . workers in a scnarate
fc " ,' 7 ' ' ' ; J'. , , 1
(1"ren? 10 V,old a confer- ;
ience witn an tne workers oi an
I ' "1 ? ' ?i" "'
traaeS.ana industries, lie assert- .
ed that the temDtr of the -work-.
"' j ' " ' T A. '
rs IS rnQS? dangerous and tle
government by reason of ita-" tin-
: . .' - ' '. ' .
te4inf attitudc, tft bringing - tbe
coonlry. "t? te verge of an jn
dustriat rpvoltioo'.'. . r . . - - 1 , .
- In ijfunich atrjlcc has been, jn,
progress Jor three, days accprd
ing jOj a Central; ,-lewa- .Agency
despatch.. . . V,- v ,;,vv;;'-..
. VIOLENCE- REPORTED
:W Berlin-Mere waA. a clash (be
tween strikers- and ', police1 cn .
Thursday ; when one policeman
was killed and a dozen or: more
strikerfii'vwere ; severely injured. ,
Tis, was reported to Amsterdam
ad from, the Dutch cify.came '
further report -pf y a tone fintilar
to hose.. of.Thursdayi that,; the
gravity p t"ae crisis was past. The'
Q e r ,n a ;n l.prfta K,. Tf ported ; thy
strength of , the strike , moveniept
rc,cpding but , previous reports
have), told pf , the,; suppression of ;
nqtn)crs of papers, for. the pub-.
lca.t'on of .pews wbich indicated!
the strength, pf.lbc. strikers nd
the extent. pj tljeir successes..' ; j;.
VALUE OF- LIVESTOCK '
W "wte r.r
iwrRCncrc: nwc.cirru ,;
WABHIN'OTON, February 1 (Ao- f"
elated. Tres) The .rapid advance In
the values of livestock in tn United , :
Htstea waa shown today whea tbe de
pSrtmVnt " of, agriculture ninde ' public .
reoently collected figure. , These show V
that op January 1 tba country 'a live
stock wa ' Valued st S.M3,000,(H)0, nn '
Incrrnss of Ui.'7l000,0Uq during the