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Yv SEPTEMDER17, 1914.
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Ltd, Kins streeL f ' The Transo envelope, time-saving in vention. No-addressing necessary fa sending out bills or receipts. Ho nolulu Star-Bulletin Co, Ltd., sole agents for patentee. tf 1913 Excelsior "twin." For particulars 'address C. W. llumme, Pearl Har bor, T. 5958-St 1913 Indian motorcycle, cheap; little used. Jong Chong, 1042 Nuuana st. Good investment, over 10 per cent; rented house. Tel. 1S42. :- - E89o-tf ; ; ' n tnter-Island and Oabu Railroad ship ping hooks at Star-Bulletin office.- tf COCOANUT PLANT8 FOR SALE. Cocoanut plants for sale; Samoan va riety. Apply A. D. Hills,- Lihue, ' KauaL 5277-tf Dr. George L. Richards of Fall River, Mass., whom the war caught at Baden and who left through the Dutch fron tier, as told In the . New York World on his arrival oa the Nieuw Amster dam, . smuggled through the lines a bundle of the latest German. newspa pers which he gave to The World. - The Strassburger Post on August 2, In an editorial headed "The Great -Hour,".. said:, . . '. . : rvj; "The fact that the mobilization or- , der was , Isued todiy at 5:25 provps that the. Russian answer was either unsatisfactory ox equivocal or; which is more probable, that there was ho answer at all. Although there is no actual declaration of war yet, and ho answer from France to the German note asking what her attitude would be In case of Russo-German war. has been received, we are within a hair' breadth of, war. The great hour In which Germany wih fight for her ex istence, the bloodiest war which the world's history; has ef en recorded has . arrived. ' - ' . . :' : . .' I Slavish malice and Slavish hatred ugalnst German culture have lighted the fire. The ruler of Germany and the German nation . have the clear con science to have done everything com patible with honor: and dignity fo avoid war. We have no other choice. Only a miracle can now prevent the clashing of arms. ' ' The understanding of this hard ne cessity must give way to individual sorrow and pain, v German mothers, wives and daughters will have to bear untold sufferings, but. the great hour must find them strong and not weak. Their eyes will become wet, tears will flow; but their hearts must be strong and courageous, and their mouthi must encourapre those who leave for RUSSIA BLAMED IN GERE1AFIY FOR CAUSIil VAR TO OUR ADVERTISERS: : : ; "Professional Assistance" K ; 5 - This is the age of specialization,': when 'the7 ; most, successful men adhere to' and pursue, ex- haustively, one particular line of endeavor. It is this assiduousness that begets profici- .'.-,-V.'..-. ency. ' ; ;' f: v: y.'yi Success and Proficiency n ; i .. , : are as one, nowadays and-for that reason, in 4 order that you' may derive the utmost from your advertising-we would have you feel that V the advertising' staff of the Star-Bulletin is as much at your sen ice as if it was a part of your - institution. - -:-v;.!:-;::: " If at any time you feel that .a little coopera . tion from someone ; actively in the game" i : - would assist you in' your advertising" just f . :: phone 2256 and ask foP'1 - ; ' - t : - : or leave word for-him WANTED Everyone with anything for sale to may Safe." Considering the fac tors of sales, success in planning an ad Is more satisfactory than knowing "how It happened" after ward. Star-Bulletin Want Ade! "Bring Home the Bacon" every time. 6399-tf All lovers of music to develop talent by taking lessons from Ernest K. Kaal 61 Young Building. - Tel. 36S9. 6381-tf Cocoanuts and cocoanut husks bought In any quantity. Pacific Fibre Co. Ltd, 13S2 Ullla sL Phone 4033. : : . E935tf v:: Auto mechanic; references. Box 85, . - this office. r 595S-6t SITUATION WANTED 1 Competent engineer, gas or steam; good experience and good references.- Address box 86, this office. , ' 6959-3t the front with spartan words. - "Rather, die In battle than . be ; a coward. Germany, w:th its immense army, will fight as 1: did 44 years ago when, at the time the first battle was won, with courage and without fear, taking Its strength from the anger and infamy of the barbarous Russian; and with the consicousness of defending her sacred soil. : - ' i "There is no doubt that France, whose answer, to our note may come at any moment, ' will be among-our enemies, and that 'nation which is wont to be called, the flower.' or civilization, will be in ' a brotherly alliance with : bar barous Russia. - :J?'; -;'M; "It is a sad picture to see the nation which. In the great 'Revolution, gave to the world the rigtits of men, side by side, with despotic: Czarlsm; but that' picture cannot and will not pre vent, lbe old furor teutonics ; In the heat of the battle, wnen German ' he roeasFillrt fall, it will not be possible to distinguish between barbarism and civilization. We are fghting for . the very, existence. joL: Germany. liorJ3ur life and for our beloved ones! ' "In these days of important events the. words pronounced by Bismark at different times will bring renewed, in terest :' V. " It Is not with words or with ma jor! tiesthat great questions are set tled, but with iron and with blood.' ;::"An appeal to fear will never find an echo in German hearts." 'J " 'A peace which is threatened every day,; very week. Is not a peace; a war Is often less oangerous for the common weirare tnan v an ' uncertain peace.' '' "' . ; : ; ' v : ;. - .. . : ; : ' ! V-" ''; -;,7 ;- - ' . The Dusseldorfer Zettung. ln its Is sue .of August 3under the caption of "And England?" says: " :.' "What will England doMs one of the most burning questions of the hour. It Is not only Important for Italy, but It ' has a great and vital signifi cance 'for our; fleet ; Public opinion in England does not seem to be anx ious to participate in the mixup. . "England has. In time of peace, al ways opposed any influence that might put her fleet on the aide of -our ene mies. She has made, it very clear that all she wanted, in case of a con flict, .was the freedom of the seas for her merchant marine, her commerce. It would, therefore, be Inconsequent and highly Improbable on her part to give up such a favorable position. " "The systematic conquest of Persia tr call on vou. ; i J REFERElicE; FOR BUSY PEQPLE , HOTEL TAXI STAND. PHONE 4400. BUICK CARS, TAXI : RATES; SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT. JOHN VIERRA, MANUEL COSTA AND M. IL GONSALVES, 6909-3m F. W.t HUSTACE Motorcycle and Auto Repairing. 427 Queen sL Telephone 1498. 6903tK Roster of officers, list of regular NATIONAL GUARD BULLETIN malion for the National Guard of HawaiL Armory, corner Hotel and Ullier streets. V Vt-J. ..: vJ'v'".:':-: GENERAL Col. John W. Jones. MaJ.' Charles ; W. Ziegler, Insp.-gen. -------- - - - ; (Brevetted ColoneL) MaJ. Charles B. Cooper, Surg.-gei. i (Brevetted LieuLColonel.) MaJ. John W. Short, Chief a M. : : (Brevetted LieutColonel.) ' MaJ. Emll C. Peters, J. Adv.-gen. - r Aide to the Governor, CapL J. D. Dougherty; Infantry. '' r r , ; -lrf3PECTbR-INSTRUCT0R'8 OFFICE. . : ":, Lieut. W. C Whltener, U. 8. A Inspectorwlnatruetor. REGIMENTAL FIELD AND 8TAFF OFFICERS, 1ST-INF.- LL-CoL William R. Riley. : Ca pt James A. Thompson, AdJL CapL George B. " Schrader, Q. M. CapL Arthur W. Neely, Insp. S. A. P. CapL Reginald W. Warham, Com's'y. MaJ. Gustave Rose, 2nd BaL V ; 2nd Lt Fred "V?. Humphrey, Q. M. COMPANIES STATIONED AT HONOLULU. ' ' J,i- f Company A Capt H. P. 0Sulllvan, 1st Lieut. P. M. Smoot; 2d Lieut J. L. --' K. Cnshlngham. Thursday; 7:30 p. m. . Company B Capt. Paul Super, 2nd Lieut. AT J. Lowrey. ' Wednesday,' 7 : 30 Company C CapL J. M. Camara, lst Lieut L. R. Medelrc, 2nd UeuL .''' K. Stein. Friday, 7:30 p. m.. ' ' V':-. : . ;-1-.: Company D CapL W. V. Kojh, 1st Lieut F. W. Wlchman. 2nd LleuL ' " Schaefer. Wednesday. 7:20 n. m. ; ; A ' '" Company E CapL C M." Coster, 1st Company F 1st Lieut M. R. Houghtalltng,- 2nd Lieut J. Lemon. Tuesday, ' v. 7:30 p. m. : . 5 ' . . :. , . '' . Company G CapL B. F. Ka-ne. 1st LleuL L. K.' Ka ne, 2nd . LleuL W. ; Kalna. Monday, 7:30 p. m. . Company. H Capt L. W Redington, : No drill until Tuesday, September 22. QompaiytKr-(AttacJiea to 2nd. Battalion) Capt J. W. Cook 1st UeuC W. ; Ahla, 2nd Lieut E. K. Chung. Thursday,' 7:30 pi, m. : . STATIONED ON. MAUI ' ' Company I Wafluku Capt W. F. Kaae, 1st Lieut W. & ChlUIngiworili, 2nd UeutR.K. Wilcox. ' ' - .- i l ' . Company L-LahalnaCapt W. F. Young, 1st Lieut W. X KaluakinL ' . :V.:; -; A' - -: 1 8TATI0NED ? ON ' HAWAII. , t?. Company MHIIo Capt J. D. Easton, Lieut J. S. Caceres. ; - . -: - -;- -urntP.At -ncrir.PDft witu bimitidv rnnnoo' w w . .wMi.v MaJ. E. D. Kllbourne. Capt F. by Russia has put a damper on the English nation over the Russian friend- ship. It Is more than doubtful, there- fore, that England will take an active part -in the struggle. Besides, an up rising of the Mohammedan Indians, who lately have been very close to the Hindus, Is always a cloud in the Eng lish sky.-:.:. . y.,:. -; "It Is also claimed that England ex pects that we respect - the neutrality of Belgium, of which country she con siders herself the protector. We are convinced that no breach of neutrality is Intended on 'the German side, un less France should herself break that Mtfli7rfnHh'-n I . "The day of mobiliaaUon has arrlv wlSL Sir y; T?atI ei; Our men, disturbed in their peace. JthJ.rte? Wilful occupaUonsVwllLwlpe the envies -MjLcauA tuiiuci uxai III , u T, . ry ;Tance mst ; not be mutilated again nor become a Becona-ciass power, as rar as we are auie w juuge uj puouc opinion, it is not . Germany s ; Intention' to wipe France off the map. Primarily our en tire resistence Is against the con scienceless and criminal destroyers of peace on the Neva. A We are frank: to say It' is only with little enthusiasm that France let herself tfe drawn Into the conflict But that a fight against France is now a necessity England and everybody else knows.. . . ; "We doht want to be accused of sell ing the skin of the bear before he is killed, but It must be remembered that. France has such an immense' colonial territory and Germany such an Im mense population looking for further expansion that negotiations for peace on this basis could be easily adjusted, without diminishing the French con tinental . territory. If England's sin cere hope -is an eternal peace, then that nation must wish that the Gen I mans win. -For If defeat should befall Germany, with the natural conse-! quence of the loss of Alsace-Lorraine, ! and Drobablv also the loss of the west! shore of the Rhine then t would I have continuous Napoleonic upheavals .which is the symbol ofiiberty, should the week ot September tf. But It Js ex until one or the other of-the two nar gS nand in'nand wftjtt;Rtislaape tions became extinct While if Ger- despot,' should rftx ;inore or'i,resi"" formality all many Is victorious, it means eteraal scienceless ; auf ; chlwtfet peace and friendship with France. : It dsns who are servants -of i thxfebleiggi-i. :i?Wi tm m m.n ,V nufnM . n nnV land, which Is a nation of commerce, on what side of the conflict lies her .Interests.' .vQ.-'v : "In conclusion,' It la our duty to ask our English cousins carefully to con sider the pros and cons before decid ing what her attitude will be. They (our cousins) can be a great source ot worry to us ; ; they can do us a great ! t, but they must also know ! deal of harm that the final' decision rests with our glorious army, to wnicn we cneerrmiy entrust our fate. , The Neue Badische Landes-Zeitung, on Aug. 3,. under the caption of "Ger many In Arms," says: -Germany , is at war with Russia, CITY CLOTH E9 CLEANERS. Are prepared to handle your work. Nuuana at Vineyard. Phone 5042. 5322-Sm MILLINERY. "v K. Isoshima, styllhs millinery. King ner Bethel. Phone 2136. 5922-tf '' : drill nights, stations, and current infor- " ' ' '. 8TAFF. ; ' . Th Adtutant General. MaJ. Elmer T. WInant, Ord. fapt. CapL' Henry Van Gleson, Q. 11. C. iCapt Leo.L. Sexton, Med. DepL MaJ. WUllam EL BaL 3r4 BaL . 1st LL John W. KanaeholOr'AdJtS r 2nd LL George II. Cummings, Q. M. MaJ. Merle M. Johnson, 1st BaL 1st LL Charles R. Frailer, AdJL. 2nd LL Roscoe W. Perkins, Q. M ' Chaplain, Valentin . Franckx - (CapL) 0. - Lieut John Hllo.' Monday, 7:30 p. to. 1st Lieut J. C- Lo. Tuesday, 7:30 p. SL 1st LleuL . H. M. Morehead, 2nd wf-i.,. nn nMfjr ' " M L. Morong. , . : .Capt R. W. Bess.! Germany did not . want the war and did not start it It is our enemy, whose Jealousy: of our 'glory and of our reputation engineered It and who attempts to destroy our ally, Austria Hungary, and tries ta undermine pur position in the world, so that wejare compelled to draw, our sword, which we cheerfully do, remembering our glorious flag, and with the conscience of fighting for a good' cause, while our . enemy . ghts to protect a shame ful murder. Our mighty army will do its duty and protect the Fatherland!" The Frankfurter ZeitungK on, Aug. . states: .. ':; , w ; ' I. The' day of mobilization has arriv declared, before diplomatic ' negdtiai tions .were broken off Russian knd nd French troops have, at different p es, invaded German territory "The Dual Alliance has started this war, a war originated by 'Russia) bet- cause that power sought to pursue her machinations against us with the nelp of murderers whose' weapons' are bombs. y .T- : ; - This Czar, who day and night must tremble for fear of his own subjects, who cannot leave his ' palace without being escorted by armed servants, thinks it nis duty to lay a protecting hand on the murderers of Sarajevo, The bloody tyranny of Russia, which has marked the government of that country, wants that war. j "The hand that signed' theiorder of mobilization is the'vaame.. hand that signed the appeal for- a peaci; confer ence at , The , Hague "And who can wonaer mat men or noouixyang mem bf rs of the imnerlal Russian family drive the Czar to war, when It Is a well kpown fact that ; In mobilising troops, in making war, they flnd.jnW opportunities . to rob, underH cover cf war. the public treasury? . "But" that the French Republic thai Via vk nTvli IVan H IKllnn IAfSnai w'th.t wh. thin niW TrrinJ0 stitutips a. most palnf ul and 'sad s tua I I tion. But now thatw'ar must go on there' is but one voice In Germany, and that is the contempt against Russian dig. and loyalty and French; un worthiness, but one sentiment and that is to con- duct a war In such aajUWri5kba Uken Wash alyze , forever those r disturbers , of 1 peace. to the front remember that" In sacri-1 ficing their lives, for home, wife I and ' child, they will forever Insure the na MADEIRA EMBROIDERY. Mrs.. Carolina Fernandez, Union st 'Madeira-embroidery, luncheon sets, baby caps and dresses. Specialty of initial and hemstitching. Reasonable. : :' - k5322-tf MODISTE. Hiss Nellie Johnson, 1119 Union SL Evening gowns. lingerie dresses. kS341-tf ' "HYDRAULIC ENGINEER. Jas. T. Taylor, 511 Stangenwald bldg consulting civil & hydraulic englnY. , : k5375-tf MUSIC LESSONS. Prof. Laurie A. DeGraca, 1508 Young - st, Telephone 179. Rapid Instruc tion on violin, cello,, mandolin, gui tar, banjo and" ukulele.' ; ' ; i . - Ernest 'IC Kaal, 51 Yotm BIdg. TeL 3687, guitar, ukulele, mandolin, ban Jo, alther, violin, cello . and YocaL k5381-tf . Bergstrom Music Co. : Music "and mu sical instruments.' 1020-1021 Fort streeL : : -: - ' -V 52n-tf :- COLLECTOR. W. Xl Eaton, collector on commlaioh. Telephone 1842. - ; ' ' ' - 5891-tf r' :'r SURGEON CHIROPODIST. Dr. R. E. Merrill, Mclnerny 'Shoe - Store, Fort above King. Private room for ladles. Charges reason able. 5918-tf CORPORATION NOTICES. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. The gasoline schooner KOMOKILA, In command of Captain George E. Pllts, wlU leave Pier ? 6 (Richards street Wharf)' for Maul and Molokal ports every TUESDAY at 5 p. m. and forvwlndward ports c on Oahu every FRIDAY at 5 p. m. For Information regarding "rates, etc.. telephone 4193. - KOMOKILA SHIPPING CO LTD. BY. AUTH O R IVY.- NOTICE V TO -CANDIDATES V FOR NOMINATION OR ELECTION TO CITY AND COUNTY OFFICERS. The attention of candidates for nom ination or election to City and County Offices is drawn to Sections 34 35 and 36 of the Election Laws - of Ha waii, which relate to the filing vof' an itemized statement ot expenses by each such candidate with the city and county clerk within 20 days following the primary election of September 12, 1914.-.; -' D. KALAUOKALANI, JR., Clerk, City and County of Honolulu. ; The office of the City and County Clerk, Mclntyre building,. September 14. 1914. " , ' - 5959-Sept 15, 16, 17. POUTICAL NOTICE REPUBLICAN v COUNTY COM M IT- TEEM EN 'ATTENTION. ' ' ft- I hereby notify all? county comml- teemen who werff duly elected "on the 12th day of September,' '1914, to pre- Wscnt their credentials at a meeting to he held In "Kuhio's Headquarters," Oh Alakea street In -the Kapiolanf build ing, on September 22,' 1914, at 7:30 p. m. forr the purpose.' or organizing, the county committee for tne coming cam paign.. ; :'-' y-l - " R. M. DUNCAN, ; : Vice-Chalrman. Republican County -Committee. 5 5959-6t tlonal existence of Germany and uni versal civilization against Muscovite tyranny and . French disturbers. ; r Our National Hymn. . It was the 14th of September, one hundred years ago, that Francis Scott Key, a. gentleman and a patriot under circumstances as thrilling aa any that ever inspired a poem,- wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner." It was on the morning following the unsuccessful British attack on' -Tort McHenry, which defended Baltimore, that' Key sayxthe starry flag ttfll; flylnii from the ramparts of the fortir rand it: was I therefore, in Baltimorejthat elaborate Not only vdid 'Thet;Btarpangled me straight- from' theheart a patrbut;4he clfcumstances tnat tospiretrVwere.OrUling-Hu dra matic, indeed,; as would le the climax a great: dramn -of NaUonalsIgni- ficance. ; Tnat shortly before the attack on Baltimore a British force-under Ross had - been " landed from Admiral ington f and '. had burned the public buildings," is history.' The Americans where some of the regiments, as they arrived before the fight were asslgn- ed to their, positions by a handsome Iteilrahle pontes' Li rario-cj parts ot ; the city, fumiahed and nnfurnlahed, tvtflS, 918. 29, 125. 30. 13 f40 and bp-to $123 month, Ser Jit In our oSlcc Trent Trust Co Ltd Fort BL, between King and llerchaat Nicely, furnished house, four bedrooms and sleeping porch, 850. No child ren. Apply Mrs. B. F. Lee, 1534 Ma gazine st hone 13. v I - ;.6914-tf . - Four-bedroom furnished house ln Ma noa, on car line. Apply D. IL Gil- more, U Brewer ft Co Ltd.. $ Office, large and centrally located! tn :? Elite bldg. ' J Enquire Jas. Stelner, , Room 7, Elite bldg Hotel st - - ! Furnished cottage for rent; 5 rooms. 36 Hotel st near AlapaL - - . 7 5932-tf 1 : ' TunrjisHED rooms 'THE NEW ERA HOTEL 1450 FORT STREET - ABOVE VINEYaRD ST. .-;i..6749-tr -.1' ; A , large, cool furnished room . with a private entrance; on carllne. Break fast given if desired. Phone 2310 5951-tf ROOM AND BOARD Excellent table board by the meal day or week. Special rates by the month. Apply at the Roselawn. 136S S. King t . ' r .... - - . 69iMf ; UNFURNISHED HOUSES Modern . 5-room . cottage, N mosquito proof; S25. , Telephone 2664. ; - 5934-tf .V. ' ' ; 3-bedroom unfurnished cottage. Phone '1087.?- : ' 5957-tf FAMILY HOTEL TlTe"CassIdy : only. hbmtTnbftl, Wal klki Beach, consists of individual :; cottages and single rooms. , Cuisine ' excellent '1000 ft' promenade pier ": at the end - of which is splendid bathing pool and beautiful view. ? 2005 Kalia road. Tel. 2879. Terms reasonable. v ; : 6367-tf New,; unfurnished bungalows; . ready ? for occupancy between ; SepL 15 and Oct 1. Call and ; enquire 803 ' Lnualito st, oppo site Normal School. ; ; -o - young aide-de-camp, V Francis Scott Key,, who, although a lawyer, had vol unteered for military; -f service. On their march to Wasrngton. the Brit ish. had been quartered In Upper Marl borough, where Key, had a friend. Dr. William Beanes. but for. whom, as will transpire, "The" . Star-Spangled Ban ner" probably never would have been written. Several officers put up at his house and. though tney were un welcome guests and enemys, Beanes entertained ' them. Gustav Kobbe, in Woman's World for September. - " Women and Patriotism. : Woman will - forgive almost any thing in i man jexcept cowardice 'or treason.-- -i- There she draws the line. Not only is the feeling Instinctive, but It Comes to her 'through long years of human evolution.- In the earliest ages" her faith, as well as her safety,-wa In the man who stood face to face with the enemy and fought for her. It. Is, not- a difference in heroism that makes men soldiers. Nature has ar ranged that very nicely . and women know and understand. They know, too, that the same nature imposes up on them perils and burdens that ex ceed those of the battlefield, and good men understand that the . best they can show In personal courage and for titude is only a poor second to the fearlessness of womanhood. -Thus patriotism blossoms and blooms in , woman's soul as naturally as the old-fashioned rose - grows In the old family garden. Its roots are down deep; its vitality is ever equal and its - fragrance Is the sweetest thing In -life.,. With full hearts but tranquil souls women: can send forth their sons, their husbands, their sweet hearts, -their 'protectors to danger or to' death to anything save halting or dishonor. ' A' great American admiral put It neatly when he said victory was won by the woman behind the men behind the gun.--Editorial In Wo man's World for September. The world Is filled with bluffers who show up badlyupon a show down. Many a man's self-conceit Is due to Ignorance. ' : - ? PILE3 CLTIED I 0 TO 14 CAYS. 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