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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1914,
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihuk, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received supject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cot Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Waimea, Kauai I
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DICK OLIYER, Manager
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of paper, stationery, and of- b
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der the same care and prompt
attention lhat you would re
ceive in person.
Drop us a line.
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All repairs on typewriter KRurun
Clem Gomes is no longer in the
.employ of the Hanapepe Store,
-and this store will not be respon
sible for his conduct or obligations.
We feel that we have given the
public good service in the past,
and beg to assure our friends of
even better treatment in the fu
Proprietor Hanapepe Store.
Hanapepe, November 2, 1914.
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 1.
Monday, November 1 6.
London Advices from the fighting front say that the French arc
holding the line from the Belgian border to the Oise river, endeavor
ing to dislodge the Germans from their positions by regular siege ope
rations, pushing forward a series of approaches and parallels to enable
them to get within striking distance.
The Germans are reported to be turning their part of Belgium in
to a fortress, preparatory to spending the winter there if unable to ad
vance. The whole portion of the Belgian const in the hands of the
Germans is being prepared for defense.
Temper of people is indicated by the enthusiastic celebration
throughout England and France of the fete day of King Albert.
Lull in fighting in Flanders yesterday. Severe storm has been
raging, drenching the armies in the deluge, filling their trenches with
water and turning battlefields into quagmires.
French report Germans held in check south of Ypres. Operations
against them in Yser canal successful to some extent.
Paris said last night that the most notable happening of the day
was throwing the enemy back from the Yser canal, the operation being
successful. Germans completely evacuating left bank, which thev had
h'ld. Result of day's fighting showed that enemy had no success in
offensive movement south of Ypres.
Berlin reports nothing of Yser operations but tells of capture of
some French and British soldiers and gain on the Aisne river line in
Argonne region. Officially Berlin reports that little progress wjs
made on the right wing vesterday owing to unfavorable weather con
ditions. In the forest of Argonne succeeded in capturing strong
French detachment after blowing up defensive works sheltering this
Russia continues to repot t progress in operations against the Ger
mans in Poland and east Prussia and the Austrians in Galicia.
Petrograd announced vesterday that operations in east Prussia are
favorable, northwest of Warsaw. Battle developing on left bank of
Vistula, along fifty miles of front from Plock to Warthe river on south
and 25 miles from frontitr in neighborhood ot Czensfochowa and far
ther south. Russians report that enemy has failed in attempting to
take the offensive.
The march on Cracow continues without check. Retiring Aus
trians in Galicia seek to reorganize for defensive strategic points on
the San river.
Washington Regional reserve banks will be inaugurated today.
The organization has 7,500 National Banks as members. Twelve dis
trict institutions will control a quarter billion of money.
Portland, Oregon By a majority vote of 58 the death penalty has
been abolished in this State.
Chicago The stockyards will be reopened t day, after having
been fumigated for foot and mouth disease in cattle.
San Francisco The great fair will be opened on schedule time.
Fxhibits from countries are already airiving.
Honolulu Sheriff Rose niav face charges of malfeasance in office
in defying the Civil Service Commission by appointing "Banana Jack"
Kalakiela to a clerkship in his office.
Henry K. Suiffeu, postoffice clerk, is under arrest for the emlez
zlement of money order funds, said to be $500.
Sunday, November 15.
LORD ROBERTS DEAD
Loudon Lord Robert, of the British army, died at the front in
France of pneumonia.
Another German submarine has been sent to the bottom by a
French torpedo boat off the Belgian coast.
RUSSIA PN WATER WAGON
lincin gl.i t night prohibition will be absolute
Swtu'.;;.!;;!G in ecypt
llcilin Firlitiiij- Las iic;. recurred in I'gvpt, near the Suez
canal, native troops having mtit'ii ed.
REPORTS FROM LONDON
London No results fr n i i r weeks fighting in Flanders during
which Germans have at.emp' ed :o occupy channel ports of iHinkirk
Germans thrown aguin.it the A. lies' line between Neupcrl on the
coast and Artnentierres on ik- 1-nuico--Belgian border, seeking a weak
spot in the defense, have miIk.ii l j-enrdv. Allies have held ground
but made no progress, except in advance along the coast under cover:
of monitors, which is a distinctive feature of fighting in this locality--
Paris rejorts vigorous fighting along Allies' right wing t.nd in
center, long the Aisne. B.ittlo particularly brisk at Arhoune iorest '
reigon, and before Verdun.
Montenegrins have repulsed Austrian army sent against their1
positions in Herzgovinia. grimily ::dv:itice. Aviators dropped five bombs
upon Antiveari. the evident i bju-t being to kill the Crown Prince of
Austria, the house he occupied, diametrically opposite, undoubtedly'
being the point of attack aimed at. i
Reports coming from l'cograd, on the one hand, and Constanti-i
nople, via Berlin, on the other, state that the Russians claim to have!
success fully invaded Tin kish territory, while official reports of the
Turks say that their armies occupy positions on Russian soil and have
captured a number of Russian prisoners Reports give Russian losses
during the recent fighting as 4,000 dead and wounded.
WILSON STILL NEUTRAL
Washington President Wilson issued a proclamation yesterday,
supplemental to existing regulations, for the preservation of neutrali
ty of the Panama canal and the Canal Zone during the European war.
Washington The super dreadnought California will have electri
cally driven engines, the first to be used in the navy.
San Francisco Francis H. Smith, who had charge of the fottner
work of building Pearl Harbor drydock, will resume operations there
nder the new agreement with the government.
The Hague Minister Van Dyck has sailed for New York on ac
count of eve trouble.
San Francisco The navy hospital at Vallejo is to be greatly en
larged by the government.
New York A bomb was found yesterday under the office of the
district attorney, in the Tombs building. The fuse was put out by an
Honolulu The story of Captain Jesse Fremont will be investigat
ed by Collector Franklin (It is assumed that particulars concerning
the story were cut out of the wireless by the military censors at Hono
lulu Ed. Gard. Isl.)
Joe Aiea. of the county clerk's office, well-known throughout the
Islands, died yesterday.
New York Letters from Ireland confirm the rumor that the Bri
tish supcrdreadnought whicii was previously mentioned, met with
disaster. The White Star liner Olympic rescued the whole crew.
Amsterdam The Allies patrols now reconnoitering within a few
miles of Ostend.
Loudon Unofficial advices agree the assault of the Allies is weak-
Turks and Russians claim advances in the fighting along the Cau
casian boundary. Turks renew claims of victory over Russians, assert
ing that Russians lost 4,000 dead and wounded and 500 prisoners in
Continued on page 5.
throughout the kussi;;
1914 SAHTA GLAUS HE
Suitable Christmas Gilts of Everv Kind and
Description Now On Display, and Additional
Supplies Coming in a Few Days.
See the Christmas Sections
Well worth a trip from anywhere to Makaweli.
Novelties of all kinds to send away.
WE ARE GIVING AWAY
Watch this space next week
for detailed announcement