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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914.
LATEST WIRELESS I
Excellent Christmas Gift
Kodaks from $6.00 to $71.00.
Autographic Kodak, vSize 3A the Kodak that allows
you to title and date your pictures a-i you take thein.
Brownie Cameras at from $1 to $12, according to sic.
Splendid gift for boys and girls.
Kodak Film Tank, (no darkioom necessary )- $2.S0
Brownie Enlarging Camera $2 and up.
Kinetoscopes and Balopticons. for showing Moving
Pictures, Lantern Slides or Postcards on a screen in
your own home $18 to $88.
Photo Albums from 10 cents to $10.
Negative Albums from 50 cents to $1.50.
Tripods, $1.50 and up. Ruby Lamps, 25 cents and up.
Beautiful Art Prints from 30 cents to 20 each.
SHOP EARLY, PLEASE.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
' Evey thi r.g Photogra phic '
Bishop & Co.
Head Officii - Honolulu
Branches at IIii.o and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
M .4 Jl
Intel est allowed tit the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Hank deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the follow. tig rates:
3 Months 3 per cenr
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
All business entrusted by.
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
HONOLULU E;0KUMENT WORKS, Ltd.
i'. (i. box 4'U l..ii..!.im.
DICK OLIVER, Manager
Vol' will always reini'inlier your trip
Till: AMHKk'AN CoNTiNUM
If ymi travel via
Tin- Sc nic Line nl' tin- World
l-'i atluT Ki'.i r Canjoii an. I tin
Denver & Rio Grands
ii:i.n i.. wai.ii:i, i.th., a-uih
f rll I i 1 1 1 l'i-i.ii, t i trA li
S will maintain a strict neutrality so long as Iter own interests a v.- not
RUSSIANS CHANGING GROUND
London A new disposition is being ni.nh of the Russi: u force
in wtst Poland, the object being to fore Germ m invad.-ts f:o:n their
present baes to loss desirable ground.
STOCK EXCHANGE FSOPLNED
New York--The stock exc'u.ii;e was re opened ;i,,'..,v, aftir Inn
ing been closed since August lasl. Trading in sugar 1 mures and rofLc
will be resumed on Tuesday.
COTTON SHIPPED TO GERMANY
The first American ship to sail for a German port since the break
ing out of the war left New York yesterday with a cargo of cotton for
AUDACIOUS SURELY SUNK.
Washington -The U. S. Navy Department has official informa
tion that the British battleship Audacious was sunk as originally re
pot to 1 and was never raised.
BACK IN PAR'S
Paris The French government has resumed its functions in li vi.--and
the first council was held vesterdcy. The war department is tin
onlv branch of the government still :t :! c ux .
Pirnr-H crriCLn hi japan
Tokio --Brigadier (ieuera! IJvr.'rdist'.si ;;: rived ves.etdav on 1
ness with the govern met and was Med in the Japanese. He is ci. tu
rn mder of the British forces in Xo'th Chbi-i.
IN FRANCE A Nil LELGilAS.
Louden In a sev:es of engagements in which the Germans ;Me
known to have lost 3 ,'-' men, the !!nti-.li hv-.s was only 7 killed and 4
The Germans in Flanders sho.- signs of we.ikenlug in the face ot
the relentless pounding to ivhicli tliey have been subjected.
The wedge of the Allies is plainly being driven into the heart of
the German position in Belgium.
It is now believed that the Gtrmans will make a stand before
Brussels, where they have strong fortifications recently prep. red.
MOIiE AMERICANS WOUNDED
VashingtoirTwo more persors on the American side of the
border were wounded by Mer.ican bullets yesterday.
The lighting ou Thursday v. as unusr.aily bri.-k.
Friday Ai tcrnoon.
Petrograd -UnoiTiciallyadmitli.il th.-.i Geneial Mackensen's army
is sweeping across Russian Poland. Aoiording H adiuiss'oi'.s from
military autliorlties, lennaus aie r.w dif-iunt idiom 15 mi-es ftom
Warsaw, following tl'.e victoiy ot Lodz, with -ste..d v h t'.nvard the
Polish metropolis. The capture of W arsaw 1 t.een.ed tttiiinportant
ll'. rlin In Flanders we continue to make pro..' re .- s. We i'.ltacked
the; eiu-my's artillery Ivast yu.i Wc-t ot tl:e I'orest ot Alanine with
good results. French attacks on our .i.-'iiions in th.; Forest I.e;;etre
have been repulsed. Our attark-. !:i no: '.'r. Ph;nd are progressing. No
news of note from south Poland.
Paris The enemy was c-pee d v aetiie veste-rdav aror.nd Ypres.
In Argonne, we pushed forwani sevetal tie uel;:;s. Proguss voiitintie.-.
in the Forest Leprelre. A series of artillery duels n trogress in the
Stockholm An official inquiry has been irsliuited by the gove-ti-tncnl,
as a result of repeated disasteis to Svedi.-'i ;diips, c-nsed by
striking tloating mines. It is believed that .iweili .li waters have been
Mexico City President Gtiitteie. toda or,',, led Gciier.il May to
reiia to suspend oper.tti -jn;; a,.ainst the rtbeK 'Mil '.: el . unless lie can
eouliol the fire oi hi-, ir-. n - th il b.t!l t- .vil! not fall across t i'e border.
Washington - Set ret 'y D.iMeis s.; ava' ards shinild
ie eijuippeil tor t ne con-u 'ion ot ball.. - nip.-..
Honolulu The Can l;.:n Australi.iit line may soon iesi;r.ie its
Mc Cam will not m ,kt il't'it ol opium ring until an i.ivcstigathm
a is been completvi.
M. C. Pache-ou I-. :n.t el decided whether to take bis job as Co'trt
Friday, December I 1
London - Six German snb itmiine-' attenii led to reach a flotilla of
llritish wa sh ps off Shee i . e. tei .';,i , but wcte caught. Two of
them were s juk and f-.uti levee : -d ::i escapin
it has b '. ut.il 1 is": .,i th. ' til
with the blgb -h lleet
the Straits. The otl.
Schat'uhort and I.e'i:-: ' T dli-.r- . ee om panx ing Ge! m i u fleet
MAY REST D'jiii 'f. Cl.PISTMAS
Berlin If the con- cut : the A 1 1 ; s r .n be obtained, the Kaiser
vt;l agn e to a true du::'u e'l i; ..s. i;. which peri; d time will be
no fi . 'itii'; air. ce
Nishi- The Au-.' via'- it r. .: .hi. d for iis '.b.utt li'e enisle
ine- of t In- S,-i i i..ii ai ;c r . s: 1 ;-i r ..i as a ! ulcr in li e
present w.r, has t' die 1 ::ii- i ' - ot the wu.-i.nl Au-t.-ia. j
army are being pursced. back t . .: ; o.eler by the .nlva-.csng j
R',:0rJ TROM I.l'SSIA!. C!DC !
Petrograd The Gnu:..", .'.ccm .s to sic.b way threucb the Kits-j
sian army for advance c Wc: - c. 1.- ' i . eh.ei kid. The Russians
are hobiing the po-u e tliey 1:. e '. ,ke c up between I.od. ;.nd the j
Germans main objective. i
soi'Tii Ai'UHA Ooiis r:u:ii.'-G I
London --Aevoi ding t" cceiiKiu .nan I'leima! I'.ntlia . the :
rebellion in South Afiiei is ,.t an c.'., !
A'JSTR!.NS tlAFT.-RK Ki'c?!ANS
' Vienna During the 1 ..'tie in w e i ('...'.iei.i. the Austrian- took 1(,
(HiO Russian pi isonet -. :
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Gb'.NF.RAL ') IIIXDKNBI'RG, COMMANDER OF THE
GI-UM.VX I'ORCF.S IN' TIIK KASTF.RN THEATRE
L. Y. TIM
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
Niirnbcig was sunk in the battle
flies iav . a;-,' iba' ll C Dresden is blocked ill
a.s-..l- -i.i.'r wc-; ? the e: uis . rs G ne iseliau ,
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SHl'.IL UL-ISLAM, THI; 'PolT'" OF THE MOHAMMEDANS.
On the attitude of this man, Sheil-ul-Islam, the head of the Mo
hammedan church, depends the lives and safety of the Christians in the
Turkish Empire. While his followers are awaiting his decision on f'e
present war, Christians all over the world are deeply interested ia
what t.e mav conclude.
noit of cessation of German
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C0NC;;Ee:".'.N I AVNE DEAD '
Washington Ceiec! e-M. r. i n i o l-l 1 a ne dtoi cd dir.d here!
today. (Mr. P.tMie v.c.s :n m : 5 :h. D:-iiiet t New Y..ik. I!ef
was a Republiean, resi.h m i Ari-uin. N. ., 71 v ars of -igi and a
hwyer by profession. IK w v. .v. e-ars in Coiieress, and was one i
of the authors of the fanioii- r.i :. . Mi icli t.ritt bill Ed. Card. IslJ
cinai.o roLiiE scandal ' j
1 Chicago- Four nio: oli'avi . have been indicted in the polbe1
'graft scaiukd, the tonm r chat oi tl'.e ,V,u!iu bureau leing one of;
HOKE FIRING ACROSS B0PDFR. !
1 Naco - Firing across the Anatican border from Mexico ccntinues,
in spite of warning sent out by American ni'tieiis. Five hundred ofii-
'ei s and men entrained at bl' Pas ) vestcrdav for scene of trouble, tak
ing artillery. J
A TAX OFFICE ROW.
Honolulu- A collector v. ill be appointed to gather in dt lnuine-nt '
taxes. Tax Collector Wilder is indignant over report of P. iris regard-'
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DI'Ki: OF WURTI'MBURG
ne Of The German Army Corps Operating
,ing slow collections in tax cilice.