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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914
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of Christmas Goods Suitable to send to
Your Friends Away
should receive firSt attention in making purchases for the Holidays;
and in order to reach Europe and the Mainland before the Christ
mas Season, Selections Must Be Made Without Delay.
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Ash Trays Card Cases Cribbage Boards Hat Pins.
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LATEST WIRELESS B
Continued from page 1
Monday, November 23.
r,he Hague That the German navy is preparing for a sortie into
the North Sea to engage the British is the belief of returned fishermen,
who report that Prince Henry, of Prussia, has completed an inspection
of the vessels lying at Emeu. The port is filled with flotillas of tor
pedo boats and submarines, which appeared to be in the highest state
of readiness and preparation for active service. It is believed that the
.German fleet will sail for the North Sea on receipt of orders.
RELIEF FOOD REACHES BELGIUM
London Many thousands of tons of foodstuffs have been received
' at Rotterdam for Belgian sufferers and is being forwarded. The
American Commission has to date delivered 23,200 tens, most of
which has already been distributed among the destitute people.
RUMORS OF HINDENBERG'S SUCCESS
London It is reported here that Von Ilindenberg's success in
Poland is greater than disclosed. This German army is now within
thirty miles of Warsaw. No official confirmation of these reports
have been received.
Vienna reports that German and Austrian attacks in Poland are
continually successful, while Russian counter attacks have been re
pulsed. In suite of these reports, however, the announcements from Pctro
grad are unchanged in tenor. No mention whatever is made of re
ported victorious advance of the Germans, and the Russians, on the
other hand, report heavy captures. (
"At Sandoik, fifty miles south of Cracow", says the iep it. ' be
tween Wart he and the Vistula, fighting continues with great persis
tence and we have obtained partial success
The big holiday number of Tufi
Garden Island on December 26
will be the "Hawaii Paper Dav"
issue of this paper.
It may be explained that the
Hawaii Promotion Committee re
quested that all newspapers of the
Islands get out. a special edition,
which would carry an unusually
large amount of descriptive matter
concerning their respective sections
of the Tenitor these papers to
be made particularly suitable for
mailliig to friends abroad. Novem
ber 26 was suggested as the day
I for issuing these papers, and the
Honolulu publications as well as
some of those of the other islands
accepted that date and will publish
their big numbers simultaneously
at that time.
In the case of Tiuc c.akdkn is
land, however, arrangements Lad,
been made prior to the receipt of
The governor of the fortress at Cracow has isMied an order coin- t suggesuon oi u.e i romouon
pelling all civilians to leave the city on penalty of l ting com t-1 Lommitiee tor a Dig paper, loiu.w
ing much the lines indicated, for
December 22-three days before
Christinas. An order had already
.ondoii Fighting is general along the entire western front of the been placed for a beautiful, colored
Allies' lines in France and Belgium. Yesterday in Belgium the ( ler-, covtr f(,,. ,hv, s,)L.ci;li 1IM,nber, and
arrangements made which
rendered it quite hard to alter the
mailed to various parts cf the Unit
ed States and Europe.
Some doubt has come ud as to
whether arrangements ware made
at the start for sufficient copies of
this big, special number. At the
time the order was placed for the
beautiful covers it appeared ex
tremely uncertain as to how many
extra copies would be required.
A paper of the size and character
had never been attempted before
on this island, and consequently
there was "nothing to go by", as
the country folk say. So it was
decided to issue twice as many
papers as are on the regular sub
scription roll. Of course that is a
large number of papers, but if very
many large orders come in, and
every subscriber calls tor an extra
copy, somebody will be disappoint-
However, we are hopeful that
everybody mav have an extra coov
of the Christmas number of The ltne sensibilities of the children.
c.akdkn island, and that many
copies may be sent abroad. More will
be said about the matter next week.
ON THE TEACHING
OF WAR SUBJECTS
The Inspector-General of Schools
of the Territory has issued the fol
lowing instructions to teachers on
the above subject, which is given
publicity for the reason that it is
of general interest:
One of the most vital problems
confronting school administrators
at this time is the educational pro
blem of how to teach about the
present European war and the
teacher's attitude in the discussions
in respect to this conflict.
Teachers should not express any
personal opinions in regard to the
war that will give a reason for re
sentment from the parents or offend
The Austrians report the capture of 13,000 Serbs.
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mans were strong ly on me uucumic, .u unci y ininsn'ii .-1 ()K.r
4ejore the lintisu positions ai pres. rtiinougu uaui a kiwiu
lno-th nf line. Hie French artillery was much more active and effec
tive. Fighting at this point was confined to artillery. Vpres w is ; original program.
subjected to a terrific bombardment and tin: town sintered greatly in
Soissons and Vaillav, which is the elbow ot the Allies' line, were
heavily and effectively bombarded by the Germans, the- having; a su
periority in the number of guns.
An official report says that elsewhere in France there was no
BERLIN ANTICIPATES GOOD NEWS
Berlin This city is alive with rumors of a great victory in
land, which is not officially confirmed.
Continued on page 8,
However, the Hawaii Promotion
Committee has approved the plan,
and has written Tine ;akdkn is
land a request to "whoop it up"
Jon December J2, and has promised
', to aid in i-vciv wiy it can with
The grandstand in the pretty
Lihue park is being overhauled
and repainted. The improvement
will be quickly noted, as it will
add much to the general beauty
scheme of the -.leighborhood; and
those having the work in charge
are to be congratulated and thank
ed for their thoughtfulness.
kind that this war brings can be
used as an aid to teach the value
of universal peace and assist you
teachers by inculcating in the
pupils a spirit of good will toward
all men at all times it will be
worth a little of your attention.
George S. Raymond,
Inspector General of Schools.
November 14, 1914.
No Night Saloons
It is learned from Honolulu
thai the liquor measure to be urged
by the Anti-Saloon League in the
Legislature will provide that all
saloons throughout the Territory
be required to close at 6. p. ni. on
Saturdays, and that no liquor be
sold again until 6 o'clock Monday
morning. Another provision (af
fecting Honolulu principally , how
ever) is that screen doors in front
of saloons be removed, the saloons
being thrown open upon the street
the same as grocery and other
the Committee placed an order for
quite a large number of copies of j sermon being by Rev
the special number, which will be1 gate
Thankgiving services will b e
held in Lihue Union Church at 11
o'clock Thursday morning, the
J. M. Lyd-
Below the fifth grade no time at
all should be devoted to this war
subject. Beginning with the fifth
grade Current Events" should be
used in the class discussions and as
a guide in the map study of the
war zone. In the higher grades
the lecture method may be used.;
the tacts being obtained, authentiv
callv, from the large military
movements, international policies,
and geographical csntroversities of
the nations involved. The possi
bilities in relating these facts with
the history, geography, civics, and
the school work in general, are lim
itless and all within the capabili
ties of the efficient teacher. The
encouraging of the pupils to gather
these facts and accurately record
them on their own maps is of the The postponed sale at Lihue
greatest educational value. school of articles made by the
This sad plight of Euroi e is children will take place next
radically opposed to the sentiments j Saturday , the 28th., starting at 3:
and sympathies of educators but 30 in the afternoon and keeping
i the unspeakable horrors to man- up during the evening.
Fought The Case
The statement in last week's is
sue that Isabello de la Cruz, charg
ed with manslaughter, had pleaded
guilty was incorrect, due to faulty
information. The man fought the
case and was ably defended by his
attorney, Mr. Ilannestad.The sen
tence was not less than two nor
more than five years imprisonment.
Lihue School Sale