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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 191.4
LATEST WIRELESS NEW!
Continued from page 5.
Cambrai and Valenciennes, facing northwest, the tip being within a
few miles of the Belgian frontier.
General Von Kink's commissariat has been overtaxed and has col
lapsed. The latest repoits state that prisoners taken by the Allies
have been without food for several days. The general has sent more
reinforcements than could be fed by the department.
Berlin German artillery is hammering French positions. 1 he
Allies attempt to break through have everywhere failed. Germans con
tinue to make steady progress.
Antwerp Trustworthj advices report that the Germans m Urns
sels are packing official documents and sending wounded home; which
would indicate early withdrawal from that section of the country. Tin
German General staff is reported to have left Luxemburg for Mainz.
Rhoims Violent bombardment of Rheims by the Germans since
last Wednesday; shell wrecked the American Consulate. U. S. Consul
Bardel and family have been living for a fortnight in a wine cellar un
Petrogiad The Russian General Staff says thai the reinforced
Russians are ousting an attempted German invasion of Russian
Poland. The Germans are declared to lack mobility. Artillery in
columns are said to be easily mired in the country roads and are oblig
ed to stick to imoroved highways.
Honolulu The following stock transactions are reported-
75 McBryde, 6; 55 Mutual Telephone Co., 19lj; 10 II. C. &. S.,
34; 50 Kahuku, 15b: 15 II. B. &. M., 162; 55 Hawaiian Sugar. 35;
5 Olaa, 578; 35 Oahu, 20; 5 Waialua, 105.
Delegates to the civic convention on Maui leave at ten o'clock to
night. Friday, October 2
Sugar: Raws, 4.918.
London Victory everywhere is with the Allies. German resis
tance is broken and the entire army of invasion seems to be driven to
the extremity of retreat to the north and east, or disastrous repulse.
The Germans have finally been driven out of their heavily entrenched
positions in the stone quairies, pattlv because of the hammering of the
French artillery, but mainly because of the stench from dead bodies.
Germans are making desperate resistance in flanking movement and
have attempted to cut Allies' line. Fighting of past tew days has been
of bloody nature.
INDIAN TROOPS ARRIVE
London Troops from India have lauded in France.
RUMORS FROM GERMANY
Rotterdan German residents here were astonished at the tone of
newspapers received yesterday from Germany. Articles appearing in
them ask suspension of judgment should bad news come to the people,
6000,000 WILL FIGHT.
Rome Six million fighting men will soon be facing each oilier in
two great armies along the Prussian border. The Austro-German army
concentrating on Cn.cow contain half million men, and Russian
army there is believed to bj as great. All Bohemian and Moravian
roads are congested with German troops being transported to the front.
Antwerp Artillery duel all day between German heavy artillery
and guns of outer fortificat'ons.Some of the German batteries were des
troyed. Attacks throughout the day have been silenced, and at dark last
night the German movement in the direction of Havre and St. Cathe
rine was stopped. A German division, beleiying the defense had been
reduced, charged across open ground. Fire was reopened and only a
few Germans succeeded in escaping. Several field guns of the Ger
mans were captured.
Loudon During the mouth of September, according lo a report
issued by the Admiralty last night, German cruisers overtook and sank
eighteen British steamers, with an aggregate tonnage of 29,000. In the
same period nine steamers, some belonging to neutrals, were sunk in
the North Sea.
REPORT FROM PARIS
Paris Official announcement made is that events to date are sat
isfactory. REPORTED SURROUNDED
Loudon Force of 4,000 Germans reported surrounded and will
probably be forced to surrender. (Place not given,)
Rotterdam German newspapers say that the British are advanc
ing through sheer force and weight of numbers, and it is impossible
for the Germans facing thsm to hold the islanders back, despite supe
rior bravery and fighting skill.
Writers in German papers admit that the French have profitted by
the lessons taught them in 1870.
will visit Kauai during
October or November and
will take pleasure in
showing to their patrons
many rare and exclusive
articles in jewelry, gold
and silver ware, and glass
that have been critically
selected with the view of
pleasing the mostpainstaking
will vifiil Kauai during HS
OW Octob er or November and JrvTw 1
w will take pleasure in
P , showing to their patrons '
ffiS' that have been crilically lrES SS25ifflH
SJ selected with the view of Isy i;ir.i: a ih k tfilf
ftti 5ffi? V&aa ir r x T - j ft Saw
W pleasing the mostpainstaking 4g OaaS S UCilClOUS ySLliay ML
ylfy holiday giver. fim IfllB fr'"" "rill
, . Ssll D"-,M'-"-'ll oi Liu. M
have been improved by the new
Metallic System; we
are at your service
under the old numbers, viz:
141 Office and Manager
142 Grocery Department
145 Hardware "
Note the following change:
82 Meat Market
a separate line having been installed lo improve
Ma nvi'Acturkks' Aor.NT
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
P. O. Box 524
5 CALIFORNIA FEED CO. I
g LIMIT ion.
Hay, Grain and Chicks 5
Sole Agents for
Intcrimtinmil Stuck. l'o;iltr Km id
anil other Ppceialtics. Arabic for
cooling Iron Hoof". IVtuhwiu In
cubators and lirooilfrs.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Two seater and double ruir
ble Overland automobile in gooJ
condition. Will sell for cash very
M. J. Fassoth, Makawcli.
b a owjb mbb cstsotsa a
I Positively Non-Poison- s
Roaches, Ants, Fleas, 8
Chicken Lice, etc.. are effect- n
ually and absolutely destroy- J
ed by the use of TALBOT'S g
These are in powder form,
are convenient to handle, ab-
solutely odorless and are a
guaranteed to do the work.
TRY ONE AND END YOUR 1
INSECT TROUBLES 8
Come in sizes, 25?, 50;-, 1.00 ft
Tin' IIoiihi- of Housi-waivs t
53-05 King St. Honolulu IS
i a reuses e at
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Office: Hawaiian Hotisi.
OR YOU S3
ft X MM
. v42 1-35
CLOTHING H()U:-E LTD.
IIKADr KTKI! Vit',1 (,t)OI)MI)SI
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P.O. Box No 504 Honolulu
ii in 1 1 1 ii in ii Fi in r-T.iMjirty
( In this column, continuing until
election dav, will appear the cards
of candidates for the Hawaiian
Legislature. Voters are urged to
read them o v e r carefully each
week, and-net accordingly).
FOR THE SENATE
Sept. 15, 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I wish to extend my sincere
thanks to the voters of Kauai for
the support given me in the
primary for the Republican nomina
tion for the Senate.
I feel that I can rely upon uiv
past record in the Senate as a legi
timate and reasonable basis of ap
peal to the voters of Kauai for their
support at the polls in November
Very truly yours,
E. A. Knudsmn
HON. .1. II. COXEY.
FOR THIS LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I beg t o acknowledge, with
thanks, the support given me in
all the precincts in the primary for
the nomination on the Republican
ticket for the House.
Soliciting your individual and
united support, in the campaign,
and at the polls in November, I am.
J. H. Coney,
Representative Sixth District.
Sept. 15. 1914.
FOR THE HOUSE OF
To the Voters of Kauai:
I take this occasion to thank
everyone who voted for me in the
primary and gave me the nomina
tion as a Republican candidate for
the House of Representatives.
If elected, I promise the people
of this island a vigorous and in
telligent administration of their
I solicit your support and votes
at the regular election in Novem
ber. Sincerelv yours,
.1 AMHS K. Kui.A
Koloa, Kauai. Sept. 15, 1914.
The Honolulu Construction &
Droying Co. Ltd.. Owners of Ha
waiian Express Co. ami Nieper's
Express, solicit the handling of
your baggage upon arrival at Ho
nolulu. Our men meet all Kauai
Steamers and special attention is
paid to Kauai baggage Prompt
and Reliable delivery. Advt.
Elections Of Officers
At the annual meeting of the
Wainiha Ilui Land held nt Waini
ha, Kauai, on the 3rd. Sept.. 1914,
the following officers were re-elected
to hold office for the ensuing
James K. Apolo, President and
Director; James K. Lota, Luna
nui and Director: Win. Werner,
Secretary a u d Director; Usury
Birkmyre, Treasurer and Director;
D. K.nualii, Director; E. Kuapu
lii, Director, S. K. Kapua, Direc
tor; J. M. Lvdgate, Auditor.
II. iii'iie!, KannS,
Sept. 8th, 4,. 4t.
In thi! Circuit Court, Fifth
Circuit, Territory ov
At Chambers In Probate,
In the Matter of the E.itate of
David Kealahula, deceased.
Order of Notice of Healing Pe
tition for Administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of William Back- of Koloa,
Kauai, Hawaii alleging that David
Kealahula of Riverside, California,
died intestate at Sacramento, Cali
fornia, on the 15th day of October,
A. D. 1911, leaving property in
the Hawaiian Islands necessary
to be administered upon, and pray
ing that Letters of AdiniiKStratiqn
issue to him. 'Y'
It is ordered that Saturday, the
31st. day of October A. D. 1911,
at 10 o'clock A. M.. be and here
by is appointed for hearing said
Petition 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 they have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue. Kauai, Septem
ber 23rd. 1914.
(Sgd.) Lywj A. Dickky,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. W. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Sept. 29th. October 6-13-20.
The Supervisors of the County
of Kauai will receive sealed Ten
ders until 10 o'clock a. m. of Oct.
7th 1914, iqr furnishing all Mateii
al, Tools, Labor and Machinery
and uiacadanizing three miles of
road between Waikoko Bridge and,
Haena sand fiats.
Also for furnishing all Material
Tools, Labor and machinery and ,
macadamizing 4500 feet of road
from the residence of Win. Werner
to the Haualei Landing, and 850
feet of road from the Han'alei
court-house to the main road and
to the Landing road.
All in the District of Hanalei.
Bids to be accompanced by a
certified check amounting to 5
of the amount of bid.
Bonds as required by law.
Plans and specifications will be
furnished for the sum of $5.00 on
application to the undersigned.
J. H. Moragne,
County Road Supervisor.
Lihue, Kauni Sept 8 -15 -22
Notice i s hereby given that i
Leong Chung has retired from the 'X
management of the affairs of the
Wailua Rice Mill Co. and Poi
Factory, and that in his stead.
Fong Tai Kam (Ah Chock) of
Kapaia was, at a meeting of the
co-partners held on September 3rd,
1914, duly elected Manager of said
Wailua Rice Mill Co. and Poi
Factory, with full power to tran
sact all business of said co-partnership.
Sept 29-Oct 6-14-20-27. 5t.
Sealed tenders will be icceived
up to the hour of 12 noon, Octo
ber 15, 1914 by the Board of Com
missioners for t h e Territory of
Hawaii of the Panama-Pacific In
ternational Exposition at the office
of the chairman, 1065 Bishop St.,
Honolulu, T. H., for the sole priv
ilege of selling postcards, curie! ,
and Hawaiian Souvenirs i n the
Hawaii Building during the period,-"
of the Exposition, which is to be
held at San Francisco from Febru
ary to December 1915. All bids
must be accompanied by a certifird
check for 5 of the amount offer
ed for the concession. The Board
of Commissioners reserve the right
to require the successful bidder to
submit samples of all goods to be
,sold, and to refuse leave to the
successful bidder to sell such goods
as shall seem to them unsuitable.