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TIIK GARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914
Coiitiimod from past 5
effectually delayed on accoi nt of tl e scout ge among the Austrian?,
but the same cause will present m aggicive canpaign by the An-
REPORT EHOM PETROGRAD
Petrograd Fighting all a!o".s: the line from east Prussian botdei
to a point south of Frzciuysl is officially reported.
Actions in east Prussia Invc been of minor importance; bin Cor
man-Austrian forces are assured of strong offensive action along tlieii
front from the Vistula to the G.rician border, and the battling has bvvn
in progress since Tliursdav with nit decisive results.
RUSSitKS LOSE HEAVILY
Berlin The attempt oi the Russians to occupy Lyck has been re
pulsed. The Russians lost tluir artillery and eight hundred prisoners.
F1REEEN TO BURY DEAD
London Paris firemen have been called upon to bury dend Ger
mans on the battlefield of Roe when- five thousand were killed in bat
tle. These dead have been lying for throe weeks. Firemen wear oxy
gen helmets and use disinfectants in order to go about their duties.
AUSTRIAN i REPORTED DEFEATED
Official despatches by Renter's repoit defeat of an Austrian divi
sion by Servians at Glasinate on Th; rsda .
Honolulu Posters in the Federal building announced that Fccki
al employees shall not pnrticpite in politics on penalty of losing their
The war relief fund is swelling and quit: a comfortable sun will be
The Yokohama Specie Ban!. ; as declared a dividend of 12 per cent.
The Federal jury has found sewn true bills. Indictments placed
on the secret hie.
The capture of Ostend by the Germans is momentarily expected.
Steam r service across the cha inel has been suspended
Paiis Steady hammering r gainst the Germans left wing has
brought the French troops ahr.. within canuonshot of Metz. A por
tion of the Crown Prince's e.' tibbornly retain strong positions
near St. Mihiel. French comm. iiie route from Metz to Nancy men
acing German commuuicaMor The position of German wedge that
was driven forward from Pont a Mousson to St. Mihiel is becoming
increasing! v uncomfortable.
London German stibmai iu-j in the Nortii Sea sunk the British
cruiser Hawke. Fifty of the c.e-w of four hundred were saved. The
cruiser Theuseus also was attacked by a submarine but escaped
boon improved by the new
Metallic System; we
nve al your service
under the old numbers, viz:
141 Office and Manager
142 Grocery Department
143 Dry goods
Note the following change:
82 Meat Market
a separate line having been installed to improve
( In this column, continuing until
election day, will appear the cards
of candidates for the Hawaiian
Legislature. Voters are urged to
read them o v e r carefully each
I week, and- act 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 s u p p o r t given me in the
primary for the Republican nomina
tion for the Senate.
I feel that I can rely upon my
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. Knudsen.
MANUFACTURERS A OK NT
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Bom 524 HONOLULU
Washington The embassy
captured Henscamps south we:
from Courtrai to Gudenarde.
London An official list o;
the following figures: 28J k
Official details given out of hi
in the midst of small Gem..
Fifteen Germans killed. S"
showed that 1-t n:o:or 'orr; r
and debris covered 2 rid-.-s -
boots and shoes -i z'.z'.'a
a week. B'.zxiit : r:
Dover Gerci: i' :s
brassaae w izz-Z sjb:c tit-
gives out information that Allies have1
Arras. Germans have adxar.ee .1
Brtt:;i orfceers lost up to Oct th R-.ves i
'".-.v. t:r:ng and 625 wounded
.i'.ot dropptd bar.- rer. :
c v izrizig fifid aictnu:....
t rtc :u:'.i:-iAnc: ty "
re rrt-ck i zr z'zt csifsiles. Exd.us;-.
: rrdf. Only charred srar ..
zz Ttr.- :':tveril'.t
a;it : :c .tea z'zz :ir.2.1
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay. Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
I. : -i.ati.'Uu -1 .l'oultr 1'.' 1
; l.'i f'thtT ,ct'i . Ami lie fur
1 - 'u!:e I'i'n K- i.f-. IVtahiinn In-
' a! - ar. Ilm ;.-r.
r.::i,'s Special Chick Food
P O. Box 452, Honolulu
for traffic with":
come a privai- z zhz Br"
1 1 -..
pan: Kinrossair; smrK tvci-
down on S middy for draw:- - u .: .iz: :
Friday, October 16.
Sugar: Raws. 4.39.
London Sharply cor.tra'r :;ctv report; c
Poland continue to be received T. 'e :r:rr ?':
success of the Russian1-. Ti:r- ::- tj '.:- -. .
other hand, despatahes irotr. V. r'. .: '. V j-.-Renter's
despatch quotes ar. . ',:::-.-r:
forces have occupied the for::-".cd ,
of Przemysl, while Russian ii.vi -io:: i H-.:
tauure. 1 lie, Austnans, it :vr.:y, i.sve pursued the mva
hrough the Carpathian pa-' , the Austr:."n advance now bein;r :.t
Skole, on the upper Dneister. Af.Dcks on ths Ru-.-:ian position at Stryl
and Samnorare being successfflh conduced.
Despatch from Petrograd. or. t!'e- other har.rl, .-.ays thai the Pus
Sinn campaign is progressing ;'aorab! Half of Austrian province?
. are held by the invaders. The combined Oernnn und Austrian invad
ing force in Poland has met with crushing defeat. Pursuit is continu
ing in the direction of Lodz, i:i north Poland, where fighting has been
going on since Octo! er (dntc- lilnnk).
From Berlin comes a despatch that r peated Russian attempts to
storm the German trenchc have resulted in heavy losses. Terrific
artillery fire failed to dislodge entrenched Germans. The latter des
pntrh includes the anuouncetr.eiH the- Ru-ia'.i attack on the German
Austrian lines between Warsaw and Ivangorod by force consistuiR of
the eighth armv corps has been repulsed.
- GERMANS REACH THE COAST
Amsterdam The Genua. .s have lvached the const of Belgium
twelve miles from Ostend. 4.un.'i piisoners and 500 amis, with aminu
nition. were taken by the Geraians at Antwerp.
THE TURKS WILL NOT FIG'.I
London The King r.nd '.jue-.i have- gone to Sandiingharu.
The Turks will not go to : - ount of lack of funds ut jroveri.-
ment's disposal. Armv U-n p: : . . k nn pvm.e footing.
Noel Buxton and his brotiu-. , -.v.. . weie- in Constantinople to as
certain the position of the Turkish goyernnieut on account of Out war,
were shot and wounded bv a Turk yesterday in an attempt at assassi
nation. THE FRANCE BATTLEFIELD
Paris Official reports of operations vstcrtlay te-ll of substantial
advance uy tuc Allies in a huii;!..-i . t place- along the- front between
Alsace, on the east, to the Iielg. . .mlei ,n the w.st iMghting in
nuiuerous sections aiong tne emir ii k-, -. ,tli adva.it ages with the
Allies. liarly in the day the e-mni iVil back from thtir p .siti.m on
the left bank of the Lys. continuing to ra!! l,ack before our advance.
The French again occupy Mul'iaiisen. Many of the advane'ed
Genuan trenches have been ulianctoned, the Allies making steady ad
vances. The Germans have l een forred V, give uroimd in so mam
places that their line has become irre;:n!jr. u-aking defense- of rushiui
attacks of the Allies ino.t difficult. Fighting continues evervwhen
most satisfactory for the Allies, sas the correspondent of the Tunes
Southampton Horses and carriages belonging to the Royal
household of Belgium and fortv-one members of the establishment of
King Albert, arrived hen? vesterdav from Anuverp
Honolulu Mrs. (JUas. Hernek ins nutd Mrs. Crai; for $10,000
wr uamages occurring wuen sue was simt by Mis. Crnij,,' lgst Aujjust.
FrcdT. P- Waterhouse announces that there i no rubhpr market
in the Far Kast.
IVentvfive territorial prison convicts have been sent to Maui as
ail emergency gang to help build homestead roads,
R. W. ( 'Bill") Avlett will tal:e the pi ice of Norman Watkins on
N - - - -
.: Oecrgc Dav. hasr.-.---.ng
the war Briti'.'
'S. s-eciaS venire Fed-r !
Two seater and double rum
ble Overland automobile in good
condition. Will sell for cash very
activity in Galicia and'
.- irsd .t of continued ' ,
f.rm Petrorad. On tl.j '
': Russian defeat-,. 1 1
-r.t t'.sat rtrong Gcnn in
-.raiol. 25 miiei K.utl-
.- has Ijeen coaip'e'.e-! 1
J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
i INSECT EXTERMINA
I Positively Non-Poison-oUs.
Roaciie-s. Ants, Fleas,
I Ch.vkin I.ioe, etc.. are effect- i
uallv and absolutely destroy-
c-d by the use of TALBOT'S
1 These are in powder form,
a ;.r convenient to handle, ab- J
i.;utciy odorless and are J
yi-arunteed to do the woik.
TRYONEAXDKXD VOUR S
I INSKCT TJtOUBLKS 0
Come in sizes, 25t',5(),c',Sl .00
W. W.Dimond&Co..,Ltd. j
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" K i III .-'t. llnhi.iuili 3
i muiMa o iKsasaa o jressaK e ixt
In Thk Circuit Coi'kt. Futii
Circuit, Terkttoty or
In thk mattkr ok thk drawing
ok xames ok persons to skrvh
as grand jurors and trim.
JURORS AT THK NoVKMUKk Tl'.RM
ORDKR FIXING TIMK AND PI.VCK
OK DRAWINGS AND DIRECTING
PUBLICATION OK NOTICE THERE
OF. It is hereby ordered that draw
ings of the names of the persons
to serve as GRAND and TRIAL
JURORS at the November term
1914 of this Court be held at 9:00
o'ciock a. m. on-Friday, October
25rd. 1914, in the Court Room of
this Court at the County Building
l at Lihue, County of Kauai.
Dated, Lihue. Kauai, October
(Sgci) Lyi.e A. Dickey,
'Judge Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
I D. YV.m. Dean,
! Clerk Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
Oct. 13th. and 20th.
HON J. n t'ONKY.
FOR TIIK LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I beg to 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. Coxey.
Representative Sixth District.
Sept. 15. 1914.
THE HOUSE OF
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in countrv
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
y$$l Haas's Delicious Candy
If WW MAY VYs FltlM"
tltc Republican ticket for tin I!
Secretary Th iver oes- t Jlilo tomorrow to attend to Jtai;
ttvo to the widening ot Front street.
i ie. a-
. :.. v.f'jf zj- ' Jt
BENSON, SMITH & CO
, I . 4i'i. llniinlulii
A-"irtt-i Clmruhiii-s nml JJmi l!,m (mi
Iii H,nml-. Al ilk e'lutc Uit i '0c -
, ,i. RKSIf
., LTD. JJffij
ill lin'c; ?l.on fiAft
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
I solicit your support
at the regular election in
James K. Kula
Koloa, Kauai. Sept. 15, 1914
In the Circuit Coukt, Viffeit
Circuit. Territory oi- I
At Chambers In Probate.
In the iMattcr of the Esfite- of
David Kealahula. deceased.
Order of Notice of Healing pe.
t'tion for Administration.
On reading and filing the pcti
tiou of William Bade of i.'i
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 Administration
issue to him. .
It is ordered that Saturday, tfte
31st. day of October A. D. 191 1,
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
timo 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.) Lyi,e A. Dickey.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. V. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Sept. 29th. October 6-13-20.
Der Landsturm ist durch Kaiser
liche Verordnung aufgeboten. Aus
gennoiniucn sind Landstunnpfli-
chtige unter zwanzig Jahren, die
noch nicht militaerpflichtig sind,
ferner NICHT ausgebildete Land
sturnidfhchtige ueber ueun und
dreissig Jahre. Alle hiernach Auf
gerufenen haben sich beim naech
sten Konsulat zu melden und sind
wenn lrgend nioeglich auf Taug-
lichkeit zu untersucheu. Ihre
Rueckkehr nach Deutschiand er
folgt erst auf weitere Weisung.
Vorstehender Aufruf ist heute
auf dem Kaiserlich Deutschen Kon
sulat eingctiofien. und wird letz-
i terzs Auskuuft bereitwilligist ertei-
Statement Oh The Owner
ship, Management, Circula
tion, Etc., oe "The Garden
island" published weekly at Li
hue, Hawaii, required by the Act
of August 24, 1912. . 4f
Editor, L. D. Timmons, Lihue,
Managing Editor, L. D.
mons, Lihue, Hawaii,
Business Manager, K. C.
per, Linue, Hawaii.
Publisher, The Garden
land Publishing Co., Ltd.,
Owners: Mrs A, S. Kuudsen,
Kekaha, Hawaii, E. A. Kuudsen,
Kekaha, Hawaii, A. F. Kuudsen,
Kekaha Hawaii, J. H. Coney, Li
hue Hawaii, H. P. Fayc. Kehaha.
Hawaii, G. N. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii, A. S. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii;
S. W. Wilcox, Lihue. Hawaii. W.
H Rice, Lihue, Hawaii. C. A.
Rice. Lihue, Hawaii, Mrs. R. L.
Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, T. Brandt,
Waimea, Hawaii, C. S. Dole, Li
hue, Hawaii, E. de Lacey, Lihue,
Hawaii, Francis Gay, Makaweli,
Hawaii, Aubrey Robinson, Maka
weli, Hawaii, Hans Isenberg, Li
hue, Hawaii, R. P. Spalding, Kci
lia, Hawaii, K. C. Hopper, Lihue,
Known bondholders, mortagees,
1 1. , , , ,!
ami oiner security noiuers, uomiugj
1 per cent or more of total amount'
of bonds, mortgages, or other se
curities: W. H. Rice. Lihue, Hawaii, G.
II. Fairchild, Honolulu, Hawaii,
E, A. Kuudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii,
Hans Isenberg. Lihue, Hawaii, A.
S. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, Aubrey
Robinson, Makaweli, Hawaii, A.
F. Kuudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii,
Mrs. A. S. Kuudsen, Kekaha,
Hawaii, G. N. Wilcox, Lihue,
Hawaii, H. P. Faye, Kekaha. Ha
waii, Francis Gay, Makaweli, Ha
waii. S. W. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii, R. P. Spalding, Kealia, Ha
waii. K. C. Hopper.
Business Manager, G. I.' Pub.
Swoin to and subscribed before
me this 29th. day of September,
J. Mahiai Kaneakua'.
Notary Public, 5th. Judicial Cir-
cuit, T. II .
The Honolulu Construction &!;.,.,,,
i.i ri r iy ! Sunday s baseball games in the
Dr..;, ,ng Lo. Ltd Owners of Ha- j Lihllc IeaKUL. resulle(l ; some sur.
wauan Express Co. and Jwcper's pris und high scores. The con-
r.xpres.--, assure all Kauai passen-1 test between the Huleias and Ger-
gers arriving at or departing from lil"s resnl.ed in the defeat of the
Honolulu of nrnnmr hnofr,,,,.. ,1... lauer, v 10 a. i uie second
livery and courteous treatment
ilatter. 9 to 22. In the
game the H&waiis scored 21
I thi Filiniiios 0. AHlmnol,
win umi-ia me- vApvi i.-iie-vii, leuu- ijdeii, both gar
'ble men. Advt. citing at time'