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Till; GARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBLR 27, 1914
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Coiitiinii.il troin page 1
London Over a country ravaged by waning armies, the Allies
and Germans are struggling in a critical battle, upon which depends
the future course of the campaign in Belgium.
Fhigines of War of the air, the sea, and the laud are sweeping
this desolated country horizontally, vertically, and transversely.
The Germans crossed the Vser on Wednesday, were driven back
Thursday, crossed again Friday and were again repulsed Saturday.
Paris A front was maintained between Xiuport and iJixmund.
Germans crossing the Yser have been unable to advance; have establish
ed a front between Vpres and Rouk-rs.
London This morning's advices indicate a general advance, of
the Allies niad. between Niuport and Vpres and cast of Arras.
Peking--China lias made formal demand upon Japan for the sur
render of the Japanese torpedo 'mat which entered Chinese waters and
substituted Japanese for Chinese flag on tlie Geiman torpedo boat S9,
which escaped fi oin Tsing-Tau but was siranded some distance South.
Washington -British ambassador Spring Rice has warned Anier
ica i shippers to consign all neutral bound cargoes to neutral govern
ments or to specified consignees.
Constantinople The .MIL-:; have informed Tuikish government
that Allied fleets will attack the German cruisers Goeben and Hreslati
which interned, if these two cruisers emerge from the Bosphorus.
Berlin Illness of Von Moltke was biliousness, lie may soon re
turn to the front.
Washington Official reports to State Department indicate that
national convention at Aguas Caiientas will shortly despose Carran.a.
lie is agreeable provided lie is allowed to be candidate again.
Honolulu McCarn case ends this week. Prosecution closed today,
'.yitiiesses from llilo must come lure.
Monday, October 26.
Sugar: Raws. 4.45.
Petrograd Continuous success is r ported in the conflict of the
Russians and allies against the German and Austrian armies. The
Russian troops inflicted severe defeat upon German foiccs particular
ly, dislodging them from positions they attempted to hold.
REPORT FROM LONDON
London -General Sir Charles Whittingham, who was British
chief of staff, is dead.
WILLETT & BRAY
M SUGAR MARKET
Court Jurors Drawn
The following have been drav.n
as the Grand Jurv for the Novem
ber term of the Circuit Court:
Olaf Thronar. Manuel Caetano,
"" " ' ;F. R. Tracv, Hermann Rohrig,
The following ate extracts trom j Hermann Wolters. D in Lvons,
Willet & Gray's sugar renort: t Robert Fountain, H. T. Sheldon.
It is a recognized tact now that
the impetus given to the buying
of sugar in August by Mie orders
Louis K. iscghorn, C. H. Christian,
Guy F. Rankin, C. K. French,
lames Pauahi Alohikea, Karl W.
from Great Britain for refined dl, Roendahl, Oliver Robinson,
sugars here stimul Ued aNo very John I'reitas Rapozo, J o s y s h
heavy buying of refined by every Scharch.
department of the sugar trade At the same time the following
here, wholesalers, retailers and
costumers. Hence the dullness of
the present market for tefiners'
products at home, which has last-
trial jurors were drawn
Manuel Correa. Hermann Brandt
lvbvard Palmer. Conrad Ahrei s,
T.ikit m Kanichi, C. W. Grote,
German successes are reported in the heavy fighting in northern f- We rather expect that the ex
The Germans crossed the Vpres canal Saturday and advanced to
several points, despite the resistance of the Allies.
Germans are slowly but definitely pushing hack the Allies, and
have b"en successful in forcing their .way across the Vser river between
Xiuport and Dixmund. Battle of most violent character is progressing.
It is said that there is no change in the Arras region, where the
Allies have been successfully resisting German attacks
Destruction of. French artillery by German batteries, one of them a
scige battery, is reported in the fighting on the river Meuse.
The Belgians -apturcd a large number of Germans by approaching
trenches under cover of a fog.
The Germans have been hurled back from the Belgian coast by
the warships of the Allies.
GERMANY AND CANADA.
Washington- German Ambassador Bernshorff announced yesterday
that as Canada has furnished troops to fight against Germany, it would
be no infringement of the Monroe Doctrine should Germany land
forces in Canada.
Continued on page f..
CHURCH CONVENTION: v.TLKl.
ed over a month and should soon;JUmes Huddy, Ah San Hen. D. K.
show some increase, lvxtra depen- Ildv.st.lden, Nicholas A. Akana,
dence is also being placed on t'e j John A. Hunan, Manuel J . Teves,
sustaining of prices hv an increase : Isaac S. Kaiu, Joe M. Souza. Mar
of the demand for exportation, tin Q. I. Blackstad. K. Kropp.
The expectation of such export de- John Bole, Win. Kuhlman, J.B.
mand for refined is well based, as ! Cum minus. loe II. Cummings,
we have pointed out before, to an Hong Tai All Kui. Alexander
extent of say 20.000 to 25.000 tons Shepherd, laddie Melin. John Aka
per month for the United King- na, Chang Van, John O rnellas.
dom to eku out the amount of re-1
fined r. quired for consumption
over and above the capacity of the
United Kingdom icfineries, which
capacity is about 80,000 tons per
month. Taking into consideraton
the above conditions we sec no,w'larf wort
reason to expect any material de
cline in raws from 4c c. cc f.
WAR LOSSI'S AFFI-CT CUBA.
James Morsa Dead
Continued from page 1
hygiene and sanitation in the home,
impresssing by means of telling
object lessons the elemental prin
ciples of an intelligent care of the
body; the salient essentials of diet;
the liberal use of water; both in
ternally and externally; fresh air,
especially during t h e sleeping
hours; the avoidance of a'cohol i
ami tobacco - v re empnasiec! in
that simple yet effective way which
reached the minds of the hearers.
Incidentally the Golden Treasury
series of readers, now used in
the schools, came in for unsparing
condemnation at the hands of Mr.
Milliken and others as being un
true to the facts of life and calcu
lated to undermine the natural
faith and veracity of childhood.
One of the Hawaiian sneaker;
advanced the somewhat original!
conception of tlie home a.i cuii-ast- i
ing of tin ee essentials:
A plot ot land, a house, ami a
garden, and without these time
essentials there could be no home -which
is pretty hard o n those
countless mviirds who live in flats
or city houses and who yet fancy
that thev live in homes.
i itv to their guests,
1 them to come again
j evident sincerity that thev accepted
on the spot, and the next Conven
tion will be held there again in
port business in refined will in
crease from certain tacts coming
to us during the week, such as
that of eight to ten British mer
chantmen having been sunk in the
Indian Ocean by German cruisers,
sme of which were bringing su
gar bags from India for use in Cu
ba. I f German cruisers retain
control of the Indian Ocean, tnere
is extreme doubt as to Great Bri
tain's eventual receipt of the 400,
000 to 500.000 tons Java sugars al
ready bougnt. Without this sup
ply Great Britain must eventually
appear in the United States for
larger supplies, although not in
the immediate future, as without
Java it has bought sufficient sup
plies from other directions to sup
ply her demand until December.
James M. Morse, head carpenter
and expert diver in harbor and
for t h e territorial
government, died at Honolulu on
the evening of the 16th. He was well
known on Kauai, having been a
fiequent visitor here on wharf
business for the past 26 years. His
last work here w as on the Wabnea
wharf, where he was engaged sev
eral weeks some five or six months
ago. He also recently built the
Hanalei wharf and made a survey
of Nawiliwili wharf.
The election in the vaiious pre
cincts next Tuesday will be held
in the same houses or booths as
were used for the primary on Sep
tember 12. The election officers
Big Baseball Receipts
But a single dollar, the price of
one admission, is the difference in
the receipts for the 1914 world's
series as compared with the series
of the previous year, The follow
ing figures tell the story:
Attendance 20,562 20.563
Total receipts. .549,639.00 $49,640
Natl. commis,..4,963 90 4,964.00
Players' share.. 26,805.00 26,805
Clubs' share. .17, 870. 10 17.870.40
Mrs. Ahlborn Here
Mrs. Ahlborn. wife of the late
Captain Ahlborn, a former resident
of Lihue and of Lahaina, Maui,
County Cleik Kar.eakua sent to
Honolulu on Saturday the list of
voters registered for the regular
election in November. The Terri
torial Secretary will have the names
printed by precincts, a n d the
precinct lists will then be sent back
to the various election officials cf
Very little in'erest seems to be
taken on Kauai in the election,
uespi'e the tact that it is only a farniers
week off. Mikaele, Democratic
candidate for the Senate, seems to
be the only cnnd.d.itc .lomg anvl
will be the same. The hours of is vjsjtig the family of R. W. T.
Purvis here. She has many friends
and acquaintances on Kauai.
voting will be from 8 A. m. to 5 1'.
Seeds For Farmers
The Marketing Division, Hono
Will Act Soon
In regard to the resolutions of
lulu, announces that it has received the Chamber of Commerce endors
... , . ,. ; ;tr iii Vnwiliwili Waioouli rail-
a l-;nre quantity ot seeos in ouik"1" - "...
and packages for distribution to
way project, Governor Pinkham
writes that the matter will receive
erices Next Sunday
August Souza and Miss Annie
Fernandez were married in the
Catholic church at Kalaheo Satur
day ev-'ning. After the ceremony
a large and very swell reception
In connection with the Conveu- aml s;:u;)L.r wcrc. tendered friends
There w ill be a special business
meeting of the On Club at Mr.
I Il2nnestad's office on Thursday !
j evening. Oct. 29th, at 7:30 for the Services (musical services) next
'purpose of electing a new president Sunday at the Lihue Union church
'and new members. A large atteu- will beheld in the evening in place
dance is di sired. of the morning.
at the residence
of the bride's
Off To Hanalei
lion Mr. Jose A'ua was oriiaincu
to the ministry with appropriate'
! exercises in w hich the S or 9 niin
; iMers present participated Mr.
j Alba is conducting a very success
Jful work among his Filipino
jbrelhern, a work for u hieh he i.
i singularly well equipped.
One of thj pleasant incidents f
the Convention was the presence
' on one occas.-auii of Mrs. '.Via.
! Wateihoiise, nee S in i t h, a mis
sionary daughter of b y e gone
times, well known on the Island.
I A rousing greeting of apple; iation ers in the Koloa school, who oc-.
was accorded her. ' cupy the Kula residence, gave a
Another pleasant incident was very pleasant evening at cards to a j
i a resolution of felicitation from number ot their friends at the
the convention to Mr. and Mrs. week -end. There were live tables.
Win. Ilvde Rice on the 42ml an- The affair took place Saturday
lriverary of their marriage. 1 evening.
Mrs. 11. ins Isenbeig, Miss Brew-1
ir. Mr. and Mrs. II. Rohrig and
Miss Rohrig h.ue one over to
Hanalei for a few davs.
Koloa Card Party
The Misses Wilson, new teach-
s. j ' ' r
ni;nt on thf: boards.