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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914,
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihuk, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received suoject
ta 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 10
$2 500 in any one account.
Sa:k Deposit Boxks for
VvF.NT $2 AND $.1 A YKAR
KVMKYTHING IN TIIK
Sll.VKR AND (inl.1) LlNli
Rich Cut Glass and
Mkkchandisk of tiih
Bkst Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
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I HOTEL WAIMEA
WAIMEA, K M AI
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j DICK OLIVER, Manager
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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AMERICA AND MEXICO
Washington The condition of national defense will be probed by
Americans will evacute era Cruz today. This will
possible cause for international friction.
COULDN'T MISS THANKSGIVING Ll'AU
Honolulu Delegate Kulno, who announced that he
for 1 "ashini ton today, has postponed his departure for :
C0L0IiAD3 IM TROUBLES
Denver--The committee iuvestijiatinji the miner trouble reports
that the governor of Colorado is prepared to reasstr.ne sovereignly
over the disturbed districts where Federal troop have been in coiiti ol .
Honolulu John Apio, who kit civ gained notoriety in a court
case, escapeil jail Saturday afternoon and has not yet been caught.
The Japanese have held a mass nueting and pretested against the
action of the governor in regard to proposed flights in aei oplanes.
Sunday, November 22.
Ottawa -Further complications in the Kurope.in war situation, in
volving the Scandinavian nations, is foreshadowed by the receipt of
instructions from their governments orderi Jg all reservists of Swedish
and Danish armies to return to their homes.
London A man claiming to lie Bridgeman Taylor, of I'd Taso,
Texas, has been arrested here on suspicion of being a spy for the tier
iran government, by Scotland Yards authorities. They claim that he
is Horst von Der Gollz.and the charge against him is being an unregis-t-.ied
German, lie will be cotirtmai tialled.
l'etrogrsd A revolutionary plot involving several members of the
Duma discovered and a number of arrests have been made,
Santiago, Chili The American steamer Sacramento, formerly
the German steamer Alexandiia, reported to have been seized bv Ger
man cruisers and taken to San Juan Fernandez Island and there re
lieved of her cargo of coal and provisions, is being held by the author
ities ot Valparaiso, Chili, for inves-tigalion as to whether the case was
one of high-handed robbery on the seas or she was acting as an ac
complice of the German navv.
CONSUL RODEIK'S REPORT
Honolulu German Consul Rodeik last niglit received the follow
ing cablegram: "The expected progress in Flanders has been retard
ed owing to terrific storms lasting the whole week. Important gains
were made every where, especially in the noith. where Yprcs and its
British defenders are cut off from retreat to the coast. Several thous
and prisoners have been taken around Verdun.
"On the Russian frontier a gigantic battle against the Russian
army is raging, 900,000 men being engaged. Battle is indecisve. Rus
dans between YVarthe and VYctchesel were attacked on northwest am
south bv the Germans and Austrians. A thousand prisioners wei e take:
and an immense amount of war material captured.
"Situation in Galicia rapidly improving for the Austrians Tin
main positions of the Servians wire stormed and the power of their
military resistance broken.
"The Turks are successfully pursuing the Russians in Caucasia,
and the British forces were successfully attacked on the Persian front
ier and suffered heavy losses.
"France has declared inabilit'" to pav second installment Greek
A BOUNTIf ON HEADS :
The consul for Austria-Hungary has received a cable announcing
that the Russian government will pav SCO, 000 roubles for the assassi
nation of the commanding g-jiiera'.s of Austrian armies. One attempt
has been made and failed.
-i - 1 'J ''i'..l.J ' U-1.L.1LJ.-.. L! .
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
LONDON RFPORT OF BATTLE.
London Seven million men are in de..th Mrugglo alone, the
so-German frontier, with odds four to three in i nor of the mt.-i
Russians. The crucial struerJe of th.- war is not v et decided.
VERA CRiiZ Ie UNEASY
Vera Cruz Many residents are tiervoi, 1 aj.prt-hersiM- I'
ill follow the withdiawai of Crucial Funston and h;s bria.
troops fr.mi his city tomorrow. Protection iscNpecP-d fnnn i,e
ships, winch have not been included mi the nn'ir to move i, .-,:!:.
steamship Antilla has been charter. d 1 v the American ; . el i n eut to
eerie civillian refugees north and among- th.- k wt!g :s will i .. niinv
p- -,s and nuns. Trains arrhi.ig from ti e not th and those going to
the -.ipitai have been lire 1 U'.on be snipers.
uavur.a, u-ja in.iil pox so;;
several car.es in outside distii'. is.
Phoenix, Arizona Vote ni :h-
ciame in the law will send eleven n
J'.xce'sior Frank James, the 1.
James gang of bandits of about forte
id here bv discovery of
o. .Ie s:: aining the ilealh Pell
n i dea, ci to the i,a:los.
t sin civ or of tile noted !.
'!,r v, ill nl way .j lvia'-iaLcr ynnr trip
i 1 1 ". m i : i ; i c a x en x t i x v. x r
li yi'U travel via
' l.i'ie I the W'.ill.l
i e;it!ier lli' i-r ( 'uuyuli and ill"
Denver & Rio Grande
pKli I.. W AI.DkoN, LTD., Aleuts
taiitire. lie is the younger brother of J esse Ja.n
Washington Joseph P. Tumulty secret if -
announced today that the first cable message from C
S. Tenneesce regarding firing :it Smyrna on the em
words Ao hostile act intended. Smyrna clo-ed pott since the w.ir be
gan; first shot intended as a warning."
London - Germany's last effort to crush Russia's armies met,
according to Russian advices, with a check.
Berlin insists that steady progress is being made.
The Copenhagen correspondent of the Daily News says that all
Germany is in extreme tension, awaiting results of eastern front ac
tions. Strategists believe General von Hiudenbeig's advance with the
German troops in Poland leaves Russians in serious plight, became
when General withdrew from territory now occupied, bv Geimans, all
communication was cut off.
Paris Official report says "Yesterday generally speaking, was
similar to two preceding days. At Xinport French artillery secured
the advantage over the enemy as a result ot almost continuous duels
Between Dixeiuunde and tne Yures intermitient cannon. idlin- is . . nr.
ing. Near Verdun and in the Vosajjcs French have est iblished tren
ches less than 3o yards from the enemy."
Berlin Official reports says; No change in the western line.
Knemv's artillery extremely active along the entire front. No report
from east Prussia. Pursuit of defeated enemy , driven back fiom Mi
wa and Plock, continues. German offensive in Lod.inaking progress.
San Francisco Mrs. Fred Knight, mother of Tlielma Parker
Smart, Henry G. Smart and Marian Worih'ngton sailed in the Siberia
with Mrs. Smart's ashes
Xew Haven- Harvard beats Yale in football 3d to o. Greatest
Harvard gridiron victory.
Saturday, November 21.
Sugar, advanced to 4.075.
London I.ack of progress made hvOinians in Belgium and
France and increasing pressure of Russians are believe.! to have
eunsefl rlenio'ec in .a,.,- ,.f t. i .- . .....
'""s o, lei iii;ii:s. ii is l.elievcu HOW Hal I lie' l.el-
hii-dish coast, and laud an expedi
ive been extended to protect ail east
dving from heait
n ;c( l-M-.l'.S.
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b;en settling itself bark to the nor
mal supply a n d demand basis,
with some 300,000 tons surplus
supplies of sugar left over in the
1 nited States and Cuba for an
The result is to impress niori'
forcibly than ever the fact that
a.'tual supply and demand make
t ie price when the markets are not
i itlunced by other temporary cir
cumstances. If not confining this article to
t'fe one point of "supply and de
n and." we might draw a lesson
from the fortunate gains and un
fortunate losses resulting from act
ing on a sudden mistaken under
s anding of the supplies and de
n and based upon any other stand-
Despite recent fears of a shortage on account
of disturbed conditions in Europe, Hofgaard
& Company will be able to make a grand
display of Christmas goods this year. Some
of the items now ready are Hawaiian Jewelry
and other Souvenirs, Cut Glass, Fancy
Stationery, Toys, Etc.; Norwegian Enameled
Ware, Japanese Silks, Fancy Goods and
Notions, Mandarin Coats, Etc., Etc.
C. B. Hofgaard & Co. Ltd.,
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HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS,
p. ti. r.ox pal
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mans will make an attack on the
tionarv force. British mine slalls 1
Liquor Commission Meets
Tne Board of Liquor Com
missioners for the County of Kau
ai will hold a meeting at the
County Building on Thursday.
December 17, 1914, at ten
j' clock A. M. toconsider the appli
cation of j . K. Cockttt, Kolo i, Ka
uai, for a renewal of the Whole
sale Liceii-e now held by him to
sell intoxicating liquors at Koloa,
Kauai, under the provisions of Act
1 19. Session laws of 1912.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under said
application should be filed with the
Secretary of the Board not later
than the time set for said hearing,
j V. D. McBryde.
j Secretary Board of License Com
Nov. 10-17-24-Dcc. 1.
Hitchcck On Kauai
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
p lint than
actual statistical iufui-
Vienna Many British resident
held as prisoners, while others have
eie is still no word reeaid
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London -Austrian bombardim-nt of
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Waimea, etc. His sketches were so'
!.i a.ntiftil that some of them were
sold before he left the island, I
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