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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1914
1 WIRELESS I
oraer uo maKe room ror new
goods shortly to arrive, everything
will be sold in the next week at a
X straight discount of twenty per cent.
ns and Friends our
Continued from page 1
Monday, December 28.
Sugar, unchanged .
Honolulu Official lepoits receive.! here nre that air and sea ship
battles around Cruxhaven failed as to both sides. One British airship
is reported as lost and her commander killed.
Reports lcceived lure last night indicate unusual activity
aviators, both military and naval,
Only in the Amount district and in Alsace arc anything like de
finite results reported for two days. The French report success in
their offensive movement m the latter, and substantial pains in Ar-
Today's fighting consisted mainly of attacks by the Octmans to
prevent the Allies organizing on the ground recently taken by them
from the derma ns.
The Hermans are still on the offensive in the IMlaca river region,
where hard fighting js in .progress.
1 he Turks are reported to be advancing against the Russians in
the Caucasus, along the entire front of the Russian army.
Turkey denies the previous report of the sinking of the battleship
ir.imiueditch bv a lorp.-do. They claim that the Turkish battleship
drove ofl the attacking Russian cruiser and sink two mine layers.
San I'rr.ncisco -The navy fuel shin Mars will proceed to the is
and of Oiuiu with f0,,;l supplies for the Germans interned there.
RRISTISH TORPEDOER WRECKED
London--A British torpedo boat destroyer ran ashore off the Scot
tish coast and was wrecked. The crew was saved.
ITEISING A SMALL AFFAIR
Washington- According to ofiicial information received here, the
reported upiising in the Philippines is a very small affair and of no
importance from any viewpoint.
HINDU CAUSES TROUBLE
San Francisco A Hindu threw a bomb yesterday into a temple
used by Hindus, wrecked the building-, wounded four persons and
killed himself. He was presumably a religious fanatic of some sort
BORDER CLEAR OF FIGHTING.
Washington Plans for preventing further fighting near the Mexican-American
border have been agreed to by both sides.
It is agreed that combatting Mexicans shall withdraw and stay
away from the neighborhood of the border line.
Continued on page 6,
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Waimka, K uai
DICK OLIVER, Manager
McBryde Sugar Co's Store f!
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- A,Y ffllQUY9 try this recipe" I
; ' Grape Jjics Slierbet i j
Graoe Juice HsHi: S
'A ix you sorry il is all over?
Most ot us are. It is such a glad , gay day, that
no matter how we may have rushed and strained In
el ready tor it, the joy
jsiip by re i iays us
the bright hours as they
And so U )v, many of us look back on
wit.i leg ret au.l v,mi we could do it all
toinori'i w and in .'.
Is it our gifi , ;
plenty of le:u; e v
tilings we kuo v I ll-
ly Wv il. 1 woi -U l :'
Wil L i
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: if w
it i ue pari we are sorriest is
:ld we like to repeat today and
Would we lib
and on as they did i
Ihem tlivii. V. e i h
to lie shown eii wn': ;,is
take ail relish trout is.ee r.
If then we :;re l:ol d. i
receiving are over, is it Ilk
Bottled where the Best Grapes Grow
The 1TKK juice, muliliiteil, unsweetelieil, pressed Irmn l'l!lII grapes in
our model fact uries id Westlield, X. Y., iiiul Mattawan, Mi'
Ariiumr's (irape Juice served at fuiuitains, liuH'et- i aid eluli:
from your (irocer or Irti.'jrist.
onler a ea-e
Do you want to know the latest ways to serve
(irape Juice Ueceipt I'.ook mailed free on reipiest.
iiape juice? Semi for our
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
hie cup ol siiL'ar.
irut'id rind of 1 leiunii.
Two cups of w ater.
Hue tea:-pimfiil nf gela
tine. ne pint o f Armour' m
( i rape ,1 nice.
Juice of two lemons.
While of one eL'.r.
I! ul the siejar with the
water and lemon rind for
live ininules, pour over
the (TcliMiue which h:i
heen soaking for lie min
utes in a little cold water,
add the 'lllpe juiee and
then the juice of , . ni
ous, strain and tree.-,
addiun tin- licliteii while
of cnu when tiie 1 1 1 i x 1 1 1 1 '
is of the coiisi-ti'iiev of
!! had plenty of money and
I in .,'vi;ig those we love
Put k..cp it up. perpetul
: r e la.; h to them and us?
lod a and to.uorrow and on
:nk so. W e deliehted in
' ' ' ' gift liiat it is a surprise. Hut
.' u'-usly, would, I have an ide'i, soon
c regn tful that the gift giving and gift
ay Christinas dinner, pci hups tiie dance
that followed that we are sorry are not to be repeated soon? Perhaps
we do mourn these and wish we had a dance on tor tonight? lint is
that the part of Chrrstinas we regret the most ami which we would
like to continue indefinitely?
I hardly think so. A continuous succession of such affairs would
soon pall. Nothing grows quite so tiresome as social pleasures kept
up day in and out without intermission.
If it is the passing of none of these things that we regret the
most, then must it not be the gradual ebbing of the jolly Christmas
spirit that made the day so glad and bright?
After all, isn't this the undercurrent that is the joy of Christmas?
Our joy on Christmas doesn't come from the actual gifls. It conies
from what the gifts stand for. It doesn't come from the friendly
messages over the phone, but from the thought that is back of those
messages. It doesn't come from the actual lctteis, but from the love
that prompted the writing' of the letters.
It isn't in the mere feasting and dancing, but in the spirit of good
will that reigns at these festi viibs. It is after all the spirit of joy anil
gladness which we feel on till sides, which we rive out nnd take in. It
is like a tonic. It is exhilarating. It puts wings on our feet. It puts
a ring into our laugh and a light into our eye and a glow into our
heart, not often there. And this, I think, is what most of us regret
the los-i of, ns Christmas passes and this spirit ebbs and ebbs until it
is gone and is not felt again in its high tide until annother Christmas
Put as we now regret its gradual disappearance, why not decide
to k :r p it with ns. It is the one Miing we can keep. We do not want
to an.1, probably couldn't keep the gift-ball rolling. We have no desire
to continue the Christinas lesttvitics imiehuilclv . Put this beautiful
spirit of love and thoughtfulncss and consideration and kindliness
that has prompted all the Christmas cheer, we can keep riuht with us
We can do the little things that will make others happy, send the
'phone messages, write the letters, relieve those in the home of some
of their burdens. And in doing these things, the Christmas spirit
will abide with us and there will be the same ring in our laugh and
light in our eye am! glow in our hvart that made last week's Christ
mas so brght and happy.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lnu i:, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Dkai'ts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on rdi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up 10
JF2.500 in any one account.
SaI'IC DitrosiT Boxus for
Runt $2 and $3 a Year
Wholesale and Retail Grocetiei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125-131 MKRCHANT ST.
I'. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
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Books Make Fine
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a nice book
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for the friend
at Christmas time.
m THE GARDE
The Matson steamer Ili'.oni.in
! sailed trom l.rt Alien at ll:3n
I . .
j Sunday morning lor kaanap.di ,
Maui, taking 5, Odd bags of s is far
;ioline drums. She call-
Hawaii & Suuth Suj Curio,"" Honol",H cl,rolUe l" "!Ud
C5. 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. I). R. Lenbeig,
IluNi il.l I I'. j who were passengers from here.
Public Works Planned
We neatly park n t 1 mail
Haw jnan s 1'uniiri. I
Writing under date of Decem
ber 2.L Sunei intendi nt Forbes
states that he is sending a man to
Kauai for the purpose of making a
survey of the land, etc , at Koloa
required for public wharf purposes.
In a previous letter, the superin
tendent stated that a satisfactory
agreement had been reached be
tween the government ami the
inteiested patties, and that a gov
ernment wharf at Koloa was an as
Y(P will always mucin tier your trip
TIIK AMKlilCAN C'UNTINF.NT
If you trttvel via
'i'lic Scenic I.iiH' of the World
1'ealher liber Canyon and the
Denver & Rio Grande
VHV.U b. WAPPKoX, LTD., Agents
1 lull. .lulu
A new Burroughs adding ma
chine, of the latent model, has been
in-tallcd in the ofiice of County
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 part of