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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1913
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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To Your Own Vulcanizing
Save the money vulcanizing usually costs by doing
the work yourself with the
With this outfit you can make repairs the
day the trouble happens. Thus you save
your tires; you save money; you save time.
Vulcanizer works from any lamp socket.
The 1 5 -step rhoostat enables accurate ad
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For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is 'all vegetable.
The same Crisco tan be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
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Monday, Augufl 16
Honolulu The first mooring buoy has been anchored to the
sunken submarine F-4. Work of locating cyclinders continue todav.
Yesterday was the hottest day in Honolulu in fourteen years.
Reply Of The United States
Washington The State Department has released for publication
its reply to Austro-Hungary respecting the contention that shipment
of munitions of war is not in consonance with the neutrality note of
the United States. It is claimed that the course pursued by the Unit
ed States is strictly neutral, and that Austria and Germany both freely
supplied Britain with war munitions during the Boer war.
Italians Start Trouble
Boston Italian teservists awaiting transportation here to their
home country made a demonstration yesterday against the interned
German liners America and Cincinnati. Shots were fired by the Ger
man officers, and a hurry call was sent in for the police. When the
latter arrived there was fighting dining which three policemen and
three stewards ot the Cincinnati were injured.
Miss Young Injured
San Francisco Miss Bertha Young, of Honolulu, was injured in
an auto crash here, although not seriously.
Morgan Out Again
New York J. P. Morgan, has recovered from his wounds and
visited Wall street, with a body guard, on Saturday,
Strikers Return To Work
St. Louis The teamsters strike has been settled.
French Capture Position
Paris Between the Oise and the Aisne the French succeeded yes
terday after terrible hand to hand lighting in occupying the crater
caused by the explosion of a mine under the German trenches.
In Poland the Russians confronting Mackensen have begun a new
retreat while in the north against von Buelow and von Hindenberg
they are offering desperate rtsistence, which, in places, has crumpled
under massed German attacks.
Vienna says that after making a stand on the entire front west
of the Bug, the Russians are now everywhere retreating.
Bombs At Constantinople
London French and British aeroplanes flew over Constantinople,
dropping bombs on the suburbs of Galata, on the north shore of the
Golden Horn, with heavv casualties. No reports of progress of mili
tary operations on the Peninsula.
Prisoners To Work
Washington Attornev-General Gregory has de. ided that 3.000
Federal prisoners serving time shall be put to work making articles
suitable for purchase by various Federal government departments.
Two cadets have been expelled and twelve disciplined as a result
of the investigation of cribbing examination papers at the Naval
An Amencan Honored
Paris William Thais, of Pittsburg, serving s an aviator , with
the French army, has received his third decoration in the orders ot the
day. He has been detailed to the dangerous work of locating and
observing German batteries
Austrian Sortie Fails
Rome Austrian troops attempted debouche
sending ahead infantry in armored train. The
train to retire badly shattered
Another Try For Peace
Washington The government expects soon to receive from Gen
eral Villa acceptance ot a plan for peace and order and the setting up
of stable government in Mexico. .., .
General Scott is carrying proposals to the warring chieftains and
has already conferred with Villa and Angelles, and is now on his wuy
to meet Obregon, Carranza's commander in the north. ,
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into Adigo valley,
Italians forced the
First Year Cost Of War
In Men And Money
Only approximately accunte
tables of the killed, wounded and
missing in the first year of the war
are possible, because France and
Russia and Austria-Hungary do
not give out their figures, while
Germany has changed her policy
recently to one of secrecy. Great
Britain still tells her losses from
month to month.
The following estimates are be
lieved to give a fairly correct idea
of the casualties.
Turkey . 230.000
Total ..... ...4,430,0fi0
Russia (.including pris
oners. 1,175,000) 3.500,00
Great Britain 480,000
Servia . 240,000
Italy (no reports of losses 75.000
Portugal (fighting in
colonies) . ( minor)
San Marino (?)
COURSE OF STUDY
Preparing a course of study fot
1915-16 in the public schools of the
Territory a committee has been
busy in the office of the board of
education, the committee going
over the couise of study which has
been in force. It is remodeling the
course so that it will meet with the
advances of the times.
. The work should be completed
in ample time to have printed cop
ies in the hands of the principals
and teachers of all the schools well
in advance of the opening early in
September in order that whatever
changes are made these mav be
memorized by the pedagogues.
The committee consists ot Sup
erintendent Kinney, ex officio
chairman; George S. Raymond,
inspector general of schools; W.
C. Avery, principal of the Kauai
High and Grammar School; Eu
gene Horner, supervising princi
pal for Fast Hawaii, and Cyril O.
Smith, principal of the big govern
ment sceool in Kapaa, Kauai, and
who was head of the recent sum
The first year of the war has
cost the belligerent governments
about $16,500,000 in direct expen-
dituies. The war is now costing
about $45,000,000 a day, $2,000,
000 an hour and $30,000 a minute
Miss M. C. Waterkouse, of Pa
sadena, Cal,, lias anived at Koloa
for a short visit with her brother,
Dr. A. H. Waterhouse. She will
tour Japan before returning t o
There is an unconfirmed report
that the Claudine may take the run
to Kauai in place of the Mauna
Loa, first reported, while the flag
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