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THB GARDEN ISLAND, J&UESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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for this Territory.
We shall issue Shoe Orders for Christmas Gifts, as
usual. You can buy one for any amount you wish.
The recipient will be very pleased.
HAWAII SHOE COMPANY, LTD.
(REGAL SHOE STORE)
Pantheon Building Honolulu
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for every cent you spend for electricity-
so we recommend
Westinghouse Madza Lamps
which give three times the light,
yet use less current.
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For Cake Maying
Crisco Rives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
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It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of Rrease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is ali vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco givei richncssat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Hatter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer
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for the Territory of Hawaii
Have none up in price. We arc still
selling some beauties at the old figure.
Vieira Jewerly Co., Ltd.
H5 Hotel St.
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Tremendous battle developing. Russians on the defensive. Russians
vigorously carrying out enveloping movement. Armies encased alone
a front 120 miles in Poland. Retreat of German corps is practically
cut off. Invaders desperately trying to cut way through Slav columns,
which ncm mem in, activity soutn aim west Wartlie river not allowed
to interfere with main purpose of Russians, which is now believed to
be the capture of Dantzig.
Russians everywhere are advancing in great force. Petrograd re
ports Germans repulsed on both banks of the Vistula and Germans
falling back toward Rvfoin. Vienna officially admits evacuation east
ern Galicia, but claims victory over Servians, having crossed the Dan
ube and driven back the defending army on the frontier. Germans
have not improved in West Flanders.
Petrograd Detachment of Russian cavalry captured two German
aviators yesterday. Ten German regiments which came to the rescue
were beaten Pack.
Washington General Funston will succeed Wotherspoon as
Major General. No prospect of averting hostilities between factions
n Mexico. Inactions preparing for battle. Villa moving troops to
meet Carranza. Americans will evacuate Vera Cruz November 24.
Five transports arc waiting there to carry troops away.
London 1 he Germans have lost the mam advantage gained in
the fighting in the last three days, being driven out of Diximinde,
which town the French have reoccupied. The position was subjected
to terrific thraonel fire, so severe that it threatened to exterminate the
Germans who held position, and seeing it was untenable and death
rate probably excessive, retreated from bavonet attack. Allies have
taken offensive along several parts of Belgian line. Have made pro
gress south of Bischoatt.
Vienna. Abandonment of eastern Galicia by the Austnans was
officially announced vesterday. The Russians now held important
positions between Przemvsl and Cracow. Russians hold bridgescross-
mg Danajee river here.
San Francisco Senator elect Phclan favors greater defenses for
Pacific coast ports.
Honolulu GusSchumann. wife and daughter will arrive home
in the Wilhelmin a from Europe.
Mrs. William Lantz, daughter of the late Judge H. A. Widetnann,
died last night.
rnoenix L,oage wins on an points irom Moose, tiets money in
treasury, bonds and all other property
The mysterious schooner reported in yesterday's wireless as hav
ing been sighted, turns out to be a pearl fisher, bound for the South
Seas. She came in here for fresh water.
Friday A ternoon.
Paris The threatened German advance to the sea coast of France
is blocked so long as the Allies hold Ypres. Military experts argue
that while they hold Ypres Germans cannot advance via La Basse and
ueuiune. it Allies are auie to auvance trom ypres tney will menace
left flank, and Germans would be compelled to evacuate Lille, and
abmdon hope of reaching the coast.
The conviction crows that the German strategic offensive is ne.ir
ing a close, and that the war is about to enter the third phase, on both
Berlin Marines inflicted heavy losses and captured 700 of the
enemv, at Niuoort. Attacks on Ypres are progressing favorably. An
other 1,000 captured there. Fierce attacks by the French east and
west ol Soissons were repulsed, the enemy losing heavily.
London British casualties, in all ranks, are 57,000 to Oct. 31st.
Britain has 300.000 men in the field,
Dunkirk French torpedo boat rammed rnd sunk German submarine.
Tokio German prisoners will be taken to the interior to await
termination of hostilities. General Waldeck will be confined at Fu
ruoka. Geneva The Kaiser has offered his villa, on the Isle of Corfu,
for sale for 5.000,000 (.marks?). This was built in 1890 for the Em
Paris Fighting is now less violent from the River Lys to the sea.
Several attempts by the Germans to debouch from Dixemunde, by
the western outlet, toward Dunkirk, across the Yser have been check
ed. Position of die armies relatively unchanged.
New York Estimated that 5,000 prisoners were taken at Kiao
chau. Honolulu -Ashford condemns Oahu prison as unfit place for
Creditors of Henry Afong will attempt to put him into bank
ruptcy. Pioneer, extra dividend 4 per cent payable December 15th.
Bonds now on sale by treasurer.
Mysterious schooner which has been hovering off the harbor
turns out to be the Jesse Fremont, of San Diego, in ballast.
Friday, November 1 3.
London The Turks who were defeated in Asia Minor are in full
retreat. Another large army has been organized to oppose Russian
invasion from the Caucasus.
Russian cavalry is pursuing the fleeing Turks.
The Turks are directed by German officers. A contrary report of
the fighting comes from Berlin.
Reports from Roumania and Russia agree that the Austrians are
defeated and forced to retire in Buckowina and Galicia.
Two Austrian divisions annihilated in river Pron. The Germans
and Austrians are no longer cooperating in Galicia owing to dissension
between Von Hinderberg and General Danki.
The cruiser Goeben was seriously damage1 in the recent fighting
in the Dardanelles.
Tokio Lack of ammunition prevented German occupation of
Tsing Tau longer, occordiug to a report made by the German com
mander to the Kaiser.
Valparaiso A Japanese fleet has been sighted 200 miles south of
here, near the Chilean coast, by a collier.
London General De Wet s forces have been defeated by Botha in
South Africa, the battle taking place east of Winbergeten. Officers
from the Wilhclm de Grosse, who were paroled, have escaped the Is
lands in disguise as firemen. Another lot of 1,000,000 recruits has been
called fot by Britain for war service.
London While official despatches from Paris say that the Allies
have resumed offensive in the north and driven German advance across
the Yser, except at one point, official Berlin despatches say Allies' of
fensive north of the Yser has also been driven back, leaving that
stream the dividing line between the two armies.
Germans occupying Dixmund are in a precarious condition, ex
hausted by tremendous exertions, and will in all likelihood be driven
out again. The French say that "after another day of furious assault
we continue to hold our positions in north and have resumed the offen
Berlin reports say that the French advance, which had occupied
Lombardzy on Wednesday has been driven back.
Amsterdam The war levy made upon Ghent has been fixed at
London Both Austrians and Servians claim gains in fighting a
long the frontier. Austrians have captured 4,300 Servian prisoners
in uame ior possession cr i lit ueignts ot iVlisar, which lasted five days
Manager K. Roendahl. of the1
McBryde store, is back from a
business visit to the city.
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Rath
ed tndav from s visit to
j San Antonio A trained nurse murdered Otto Koeheler, a wealthy
' j brewer, at this place, claiming-self defense and afterward attempting
' suicide. Is under arrest.
..u..,u- oau r ntncisco oieauier atiiino will take supplies from here
Belgian sufferers, having been chartered by Relief Committee
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