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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914,
LUTES! WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from pajre 1
Monday, November 30.
Tokio The Allies have asked Japan for 500,000 men They a
gree in return to finance a war loan of one billion dollars.
REPORTS FROM LONDON
London Uerlin official advices from Sofia state that the anti-war
party in Servia has overthrown the cabinet.
The Germans have abandoned attempt to cut their way to the
coast, having been repulsed with great losSes. They are now either
preparing for withdrawal or concentrating for a heavy assalt on the
line of the Allies in the vicinity of Arras, it appearing that an un
usually large force of Germans is assembling at that point. The Ai
lies are prepared f. cither eventuality.
Quiet prevails v in Trance yesterday except in the Argonne forest,
in which local '.he attacks of the Cennans were unsuccessful.
On Novem. r 20, General French, of the Allies, believed that the
fight from Ypres and Ariueutie'rcs was in its last stages
German artillery fire is slackening.
AN EDITOR IS ARRESTED
New York The former editor of the Baptist Examiner has been
arrested here on suspicion of being a German spy. The State Depart
ment is investigating.
AFTER SWEDISH NEWSPAPERS
London Germany has demanded that Sweden suppress news
papers in that country which are publishing articles derogatory to
Gtrmany and the German position in the war.
The Hague The Holland government is refusing all offers of as
sistance made to it by foreign and Belgian refugees now in the bound
aries of the country.
PERSIA AGAINST ALLIES
London -Populace of a large part of northern Persia have been
aroused to hostilities against Russia, and Persia probably feels the
sane wav toward England
The situation in Poland continues favorable. The Cennans have
been defeated in what has the appearance of being a decisive battle at
out the full news from the battle zone, specifying that the continued
successes of the Russian army in Poland are not mentioned at all, also
the capture of entire divisions of German troops. (This is the first
public intimation that independent correspondents were sending out
any news at all from Russia. Despatches from that country are al
most invariably from Petrograd, and the world has assumed that they
were official announcements by ihe Russian government. Ed. Gard.
Honolulu Eight men of the immigration department h ive been
fu:-loughed lot one year without pay on account of there being little or
no immigration at present. It is understood that the work of the de
partment will be investigated.
PHOENIX TO SUE MOOSE
The Phoenix Lodge will institute a suit against the Honolulu
Ledge of Moose and C. H. Brown as a sequel to the recent tioubles
be: ween the two lodges.
Sunday, November 29.
Liquor Commission Meets
The 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
o'clock A. M. to consider 'he appli
cation of J. K. Cockett, kuloi, Ka
uai, for a renewal of the Whole
sale License now held by him to
sell intoxicating liquors at Koloa,
Kauai, under the provisions of Act
119. Session laws of 1912.
All protests or objections r 'it. i
the issuance of a license unoi" said
application should be filed v. f.i the
Secretary of the Board not later
than the time set for said hearing.
W. I). McBryde,
Secretary Board of License Com
Nov. 10-17-24-Dtc. 1.
Do You Want
The Right Thing
At the Right Price
Two seater and double rum- j
ble Overland automobile in good j
condition. Will sell for casb very
M. J. Fassoth, Makaweli. I
r i . i . . ii
or ir you don t intend to give any A.mas presents at an, come
and buy something for yourself. We cannot attempt to tell
you here all we have.
Come and See Our Display.
Christmas novelties, the latest and best; Souvenirs to send away;
Hawaiian Jewelry, etc., in new designs; dainty and novel Jap
A New and Complete Stock of Toys
McBryde Sugar Co's Store
AW neatly puck a l i 1 mail ,
Hawaii & Soulh Seas
French and German
iule by both sides for
f ugar, 4.01.
- Fighting yesterday along the
wts l.v ''ory. Preparations are being m
su lip' u. ii ot activity.
Th: British army is being rapidly transferred to France. Many
regiments being rushed to front. Second expeditionary force landed
in France numbers 1,200,000 men, 30,000 being Canadians and 21,000
Australians. The transports began to move Wednesday night.
Destination of those marching to the lines is unnanounced.
The Allies will commence the offensive vigorously at some point
along the 300-mile line, and will endeavor to cut the German force in
France in two.
London The Germans are massing a great army at Arras in an
at empt to break the lines of the Allies, separating the British and
Btlgians from the French and opening a wav to channel ports.
The mased force of the Germans numbering 700,000 men are ad
vancing against the French position and have begun attack. The en
gagement started with artillery fire from a number of German guns.
GERMANS EXACT DUTY
Amsterdam The Germans have imposed a dutv of 51.14 per
htndred pounds on flour shipped in from America to the starving Bel
Boston The ieamer Sun, from Rotterdam, carries anilin dves
fo- American i ;!'s, the first shipment since the war began. (Anilin
d e is a colorle.-. compound, the base of many coal-tar dyes Kd
G ir. Isl.)
Athens A severe earthquake shock was experience.l throughout
western Greece last night.
MEXICANS HAVE DIVERSION
El Paso It is rumo:ed that the Mexican garrison at Mazatlan
lies mutinied and turned the city over to the conventionalists.
GERMANY AND PORTUGAL
Berlin All Germans in Portugal have been ordered home bv the
government. This action indicates that a formal declaration of war
on Portugal by the German government is to follow.
Havre The British are pouring fresh roldiers'i-.ito France. There
have been 200 transports anchored in this port at one time, discharg
in ' or waiting to discharge troons.
Amsterdam Berlin says Turks and Bedouins are marching in i
hcrdes toward the Suez, with the determination to block the canal. i
Petrograd-Reported that a German mine sunk the Kaiser
Wilhelm der Grosse. i
Paris Heavy artillery of Germans is shooting with less activity. I
The Allies repulsed the only infantry attack yesterday. Allies artil
leiy brought down a German biplane, one aviator killed and two cap-'
, ,. T.. rM, I.- .:n r 1 !
iu ta. iii .ijjiiijukiic uruvj ariuiery ot uie lTCUCIl mulcted severe
losses on enemy's artillery. Klsewhere, along the Allies line situation
New York Stock exchange opened today; trading conducted'
ca;h only. j
Berlin The war situation in Belgium and France is unchanged.
Nar Apremont and the Vosges Germans have occupied some trenches1
after some desperate resistence. Only unimportant engagements tak-;
in;; place.' In east Prussia Germans commenced attack on Lowic.. No'
change in southern Poland. j
Lemberg Germans lost 17, 0r0 in 3 days fighting. AtStvskow'
and Sushin one batt.ry heavy artillery and 28 machine guns captured
bv Russians. It is doubtful whether Germans can escape further
Iquiqui Chile. Four warships of unknown nationality sighted
lice, steaming northward.
Montevideo leu Britisn warships sighted by passin
Honolulu Lowrey won injunction suit in baseball
KvKkVTIIING IN THI5
Sii.vkk and Gold Link,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise oi thh
Bkst Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
HPfw-.-aa-.-CTggnjii i imumiinw
. $1.00 to $63.00
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Sugar Mills, Sugar Machin
ery, Steam Boilers, Rivetted
Steel Pipe, Steel Tanks, etc.
shoes are ma
ollister Drug Co.
Drugs & Kodaks
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Saturday, November 28.
F icar. 4.00.5.
I don Report of Russian victory in Poland is confirmed. Suc
cesses ; .line marked importance.
Four thousand prisoners. When the details are received, w rid
Telephone No. 102.
will hear ot terrific blow.
Berlin sas there was no decisive engagement in the eastern thea
ter of war yesterday.
Vienna reports Russian repulse when attempt was made to brak
through defile in the Carpathian mountains. Snow is interfering with
the movements of troops in Servia.
Continued on pae 9.
Has some one sold you a shoe supposed
to be Packards, but without the Packard
If so, you have been fooled.
Worse than that, swindled.
Every Packard shoe has the Packard
You can't miss it, look for it.
Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
H O N O L U
Order your Christinas and New J Wanted to buy a bujjRV horse.
Year cards from the Gakdkn Is-j Not over $75. 00. See Mr. John
LAN'D. stou, Huleia School. Advt.