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7 THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914 STRENGTH OF EUROPEAN POWERS .1,H'20,000 ..1,oOO,iOO ..H.HL'O.OOO 1,000,000 .. 21 ...20 ... 9 ... ...38 ..153 ...47 ...2B The following are the very latest figures on strength of the various powers in Europe involved in the great war, or which may get into it eventually, these figures being compiled after the various year hooks, containing data on the sub ject, were published: AUSTRIA-HUNGARY Population 4!,2I1, 727. Ari'ii 241,277 ("quart' miles. Army Pence Mivnutli , 300,000 IJcwrve 1 .tilO.CKH) War HtrviiKth 2,000,01.10 Aililitional available, not orpmied 3,000,000 Navy I iri'inl inn iIitn 4 Pre-ilreadiiHiiKlit battleships 12 Armored cruiwrs . 3 Cruiser 9 TorK'ilo ;iinl)oat3 . 7 Destroyers IS Toi'eio boats . . ..05 Siilnnarines ti Naval ollieers anil men 17,oSl. GERMANY Population 04,003,423. Area 20S,"S0 H(Uiire miles. Army Peaeo strength Reserve War strength AiMitional available, not oinanizeil Navy lreailiiaiilit.s ... Pre-tlreailiiaunlit battleships Hiler battleships .. , Armored eruisers ., Protected cruisers I Vein ijers Torpedo boats .. Submarines (about) Naval ollieers and men 33,500. Naval reservi 110,000. SERVIA Population 2,011,701. Area K,fioO stpiare miles. Army Peace strength 301,747 Ueserve... 208,000 War strength- 5(10.747 Additional available, not organized 00,000 RUSSIA Population (in Europe) 120,588,000 Area 1,802,524 square miles. Army Peace strength 1,200,000 Hervu 600,000 War strength 1,850,000 Aililitional available, not organized 5,200,000 Navy iJreadnaughts 7 Pre-dreadnauglit battleships 10 Armored cruisers 6 Protected cruisers 17 Turj.edu gunboats, etc 3 Armored gunboats 2 l)estrojers 107 Torpedo boat 54 Submarines 43 Naval ollieers and men 00,021 MONTENEGRO Population 250,000. Area 3,030 square miles. Army Peace strength 30,000 Ueserve 20,000 War strength 50,000 ITALY Population 34,071, 377. Area 110,550 square miles. Army Peace strength 303,000 Ueserve 07,000 War strength .400,000 Additional available, not organized 1,200,000 Navy Dreadnaughts . . tj Pre-dreadiiaught battleships ....11 Aimored cruisers 9 Protected cruisers l; TuriH'ilu gunboats 10 or more Destroyers ;!5 or more .254,000 .470,500 740,000 .... 400.0(0 ...1, 230,0(0 1 ,000,000 Toredo boats Ill or more Submarines... ..32 or more Naval officers and men 33,006. GREAT BRITAIN, Population 15,3ti!t,0tH). Area 121,380 square miles. Army Peai'estrength. Ueserve War strength ...730,000 Additional available, not organized .2.000,000 Navy Sux'rdreadnaughts K1 Dreadnaughts . 15 l're.dreadnaught battleships 40 Cruisers 50 Light cruiscrg . 81 Torpedo gunboats 18 Sloops gunboats . 5.3 Destroyers, about 248 Torpedo boats, about 100 Submarines 85 Naval officers and men 130,401. Naval reserve 18,032. FRANCE Population 39,000,500. Area 207,054 Square milei. Army Peace strength Ueserve .- War strength Additional available, not organized . Dreadnaughts Pre-drcailnaught battleship!' 22 (or more) Pre-dreadnaiight armored cruisers 10 (or more) Protected cruisers 12 (or more) Torpedo gunboats... 7 (or more) Destroyers 85 (or more) Submarines 80 (or more) Torpedo boats 187 (or more) Naval officers and men 25,500, Naval re.erve 88,500. BULGARIA Population 4,337,510. Area 33,647 square miles. Army Peace strength Ueserve War strength ROUMANIA Population 7,248,061 Area 50,720 square miles. Army Peace strength Ueserve.. War strength Navy Protected cruiser Gunboats Coastguard vessels . 0 Torpedo boats Uiver monitors Torpeio boats (projected) 112 Destroyers ( projected ) GREECE Population 2,000.000 Area 25,014 square miles.. Army Peace strength 23,948 Ueserve - 50,052 War strength 80,000 Navy Older battleships 6 Battleships (building) .1 Destroyers Torpedo boats 11 Submarines 1 Various smaller gunboats TURKEY (IN EUROPE) Population In Kuroe 0,130,200. Population in all 25,000,000. Area in Furope 65,350 sq. miles. Area in all 758,9tio square miles Army Peace strength, in all 230,000 Ueserve 42,000 War strength 272,000 Navy Dreadnaughts 2 being built, 1 project ed. Pre-drcadnaught battleships Cruisers , Destroyers ...10 Torpedo boats 14 Torpedo gunlwats Submarines (building) 1 Naval ollieers and men 40,029. . ..59,900 ..175,100 ..235,000 ..98.000 .122,000 .220,000 Why French Fight The reasons of other European powers going to war have been published, and the following from France may be of interest: London, Aug. 2 T h e French embassy in London today issued the following statement: German troops have invaded Luxemburg. Germany has violated the neutrality of Luxemburg. This neutrality was established b v a treaty negotiated and signed in London in April of 1867. Ratifi cations o f- this treaty were ex changed in London May 30, 1867. Article 11 of it reads as follows: ' The grand duchy of Ruxetnburg will be a state perpetually neutral The powers which sign the present treaty declare themselves as bound to respect this neutrality and to make it respected by others," This neutrality is placed under the guarantee of the powers which have signed the treaty. Cut Young Cane? Ililo The following is from the Tribune: in view ot the lngn price ot su gar, some of the plantation mana gers are considering the oroposi tion of harvesting their cane that is not grown, and keeping their mills grinding, in order to get the produce to market. There are large areas of young cane, which under ordinary circumstances manager would think of cutting now. But still it has a sugar value immature as it is, and sugar is so high now thst some ot those in terested think that it might worth while to cut the young cane Bertram Von Datum, of Ilack feld & Co., and the Hawaii Pro motion Committee, has been heard from at Christiana, Norway. It had been supposed that he was in the German war zone. i 4V TWO DAINTY CAPS. Two exquisitely dainty bonnets for the three-yerr-old and her baby brother are shown i n the sketch. The little girl's bonnet consisted of strips of rather wide machine embroidery insertion com bined with narrow Val" lace in sertion. a row ot tiny satin rosM and artificial leaves outlined the face. The baby cap offers an op portumty for the introduction of fine French feather stitching: this is combined with narrow "Val insertion. A detail of the feather stitching is also shown. OFFICIAL BALLOT A VERY LARGE ONE The official ballot to be used in the coming primary election on Kauai is a monster in the matter of size, it being 21 inches long and 15 inches wide. Nothing like it, perhaps, has ever been seen her before. It must be said, however, that it is a model of simplicity, and the voter should "have very little difficulty in clearly denoting his wishes thereon. Below the heading conies first the ticket for delegate te Congress, and arranged in blocks of equal size are the words ''National Re publican," "N a t i o n a 1 Demo cratic," "Home Rule," "Pro-res-sive" and "Lahui," in the order given. In the Republican block arc, first, "Kalanianaole, Jonah Kuhio" and second, "Rice, Chas. A. (Kale Laiki).-' In the Demo cratic block are, first, "McCand less, L. L. (Linekona Eliwai)" and, second, "Woods, Palmer P. (Puuhue)." In the Home Rule block is "Notley, Charles Kahili aulani.V In the Progressive, "Car ter, George R. (Keokt Kaaka)". In the Lahui block, "Kahaulelio, D. K." The Non Partisan block is cut off of the Kauai ticket. In the blocks for Senators there are only two names, the rest being blank. These names are "Knud sen. Eric A." in the Republican block and "Mikaele, M. A." in the Democratic block. In the Representatives blocks there is only one Democratic entry, that being "Chandler, J. S. (Kana la);" while the Republican block contains the following: "Coney, John H.". "Fassoth, John","Ku la, James K.," and "Lota, James K." in the order given. The ballot is in English, with explanatory notes i n Hawaiian. It is fortunate that the numbers of voters in the Kauai precincts are small or tremendously large boxes would be required to hold the ballots. be Miss Virginia Silva, of Waimea, Kauai, who was the Garden Island princess in the floral parade of 1913 here, left Honolulu by the steamer Manoa for San Francisco, where she will enter the training school tor nurses at St. Mary's Hospital. Miss Silva is a sister of Mrs. Fred Marques and Mrs. Julius Nunes of Kaimuki. jU)ricatM I Logic! Your motor car needs just two things reasonable attention and Zerolene. The Standard Oil .Motor Cars. Zerolene is the best motor oil the Standard Oil Company can make. It keeps the motor cool so the engine can do its work efficient- ly. Dealers every where. Ask our nearest agency about delivery in bulk. Standard Oil Company (California) Honolulu 1 Waimea Stables! LIMITED I Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d uto- Livery Business. AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ARRIVING AT TIIKIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS W. WEBER Manager. Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48 mm iiiMIl 1 1 1 f i it gg4i wwrirTtftWjl ft v i i i! 1 1 I !MkrMK pi visd mmmW A s ""r valiei t W l Willi ! Ill fl W:j Jk XA. o is a smart dreascr tfuidd by a W mm S WKm "STAR SHIRT" I pfiiiipfw $i'50' $2' $2,so and up Silva' s Toggery, Honolulu A "PACKARD" shoe, has their trade mark on the strap, the sole, and the lining of every shoe. If the "PACKARD" name is not there, then you are not wear ing a Packard shoe. Don't be fooled There are no others just as good. Mclnerny Shoe Store H o?o Fort Street LULU SOLE AGENTS I i i Let Us Do Your LA UNDR Y Address Territorial Messenger Service HONOLULU Honolulu Music Company 66 KING STREET 2T2ij2Ej2no5l STREEt!Ji H0N0UJUJJ.H. County Auditor Maser, wife and the Misses Maser returned to Li- hue by the last Kinau. Mr. Maser Having spent a week reading the latest war bulletins in the city.