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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,. .1916
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS -
E. D. TENNEY, President
J. R. GALT, Treasurer
C. H. COOKE, Vice-President GEO. R., CARTER, 2nd Vice-President
W. H. WALKER, Assistant Treasurer S. G. WILDER, Secretary
F. C. ATHERTON, Director
R. B. ANDERSON, Director
C. H. ATHERTON, Director
German War Report
SSpBeilin British attacks on the Somnie failed with heavy losses
and their thrust is at a standstill. The Allies are improving their
Continued successes are being met with in the Kampuolung dis-trict-of
Transylvania. Reinforcements have arrived for our aimy in
The Turks have routed the Russians near Sultan-Bad, Persia.
The Teutons are Hearing a point 120 miles west of Bucharest.
Auslrians Gain A Trench
Rome The Austrians have gained a trench on the Carso plateau.
Allies In Macedonia
Paris The Allies have been completely victorious in Macedonia.
' Rumanians "Beating It"
Petrograd The Rumanians are retreating from Fiul.
The Greek Situation
London Admiral Fournet, head of the Allies fleet, has ordered
all the ministers of the Central Powers to leave Greece by Wednesday.
The retreat of the Bulgarians from Monastir is under the direction
of Philip de Bade. The Allies are pursuing. Monastir was practically
destroyed by the Teutons,
Representative British newspapers have raised their prices hal
penny a copy.
Navy Short Of Men
Washington Target practice on the first line of fighting ships in
the winter maneuvers has been limited to one half, on account of the'
lack of men. This statement was made to the House Naval Commit
tee by Admiral Strauss today,
Monday November 20
Honolulu A Japanese fell from a mountain cliff back of 'Hono
lulu and is dead. He had traced his name in the sand, and the body
was later found.
Advices from Victoria report the death of Captain Frederic Dun
bar Walker, of "Wandering Minstrel" and "Norma" fame. Captain
Walker was well known in the Pacific twenty to thirty years ago, but
of late years had lived tiietly in Honolulu. He left here in June for
a health tour.
The First Infantry, N. G. H., entered camp yesterday at Red
Esther Hickey, a young part-Hawaiian girl, was drowned in the
freshet of Makiki stream while playing with two little boys Saturday,
The children gave the alarm too late, the body haying been swept
away, It was found yesterday.
The All Americans defeated the Travellers six to three.
Monastir Is abandoned
Paris Monastir has been abandoned by the' Germans and Bul
gars. and is now occupied by the Serbs, French and Italians, becom
ing the temporary 'capital of Serbia. The Serbs are pressing the re
Prisoners Taken By British
London reports that since November 13 almost 7,000 prisoners
have been taken bv the British in the fighting on their part of the
A terrific gale and snow storm is hampering the efforts of the Al
lies on the west front.
Scores of ships have been wrecked in the south Atlantic by a tidal
wave, There is no estimate yet in regard to loss of life.
Deutschland Damage Suits
New Loudon The total of damage suits against the German sub
marine Deutschland in now 8187,000. She will be ready to leaye
again at the end of the week.
Wants Election Direct
Portland, Oregon Senator Chamberlan announces that he will
bring in at the coming Congress a proposal to amend the Constitution
so that presidents in future may be elected by the direct vote of the
people, in place of through the electoral college. The electoral idea
was established by the founders of the republic when th'e population
was small, and has been kept going ever since, principally out of res
pect to the fore-dads. Senator Chamberlain feels that the country is
entirely too big for such a cumbersome system.
Huge Russian Loss
Berlin It is estimated here that the Russians have lost over two
million men since June 1.
Allies After Greek Propetv
Athens Admiral Fournet, commanding the fleet of the Allies;
has sent a note to the. Greek authorities demanding the surrender of
all arms, ammunition and artillery, except 50,000 rifles in the- hands
of the Greek artnv.
Train Kills Lot Of Bandits
Laredo In a train wreck between San Miguel and Dehesa, south
of the border line, 159 were killed.
Aviation Record Broken
Binghamton Ruth Law has smashed the aviation record between
New York and Chicago, making the distance of 785 miles in 410
Sunday, November 12
London Canadians co-operating with some British regiments
won a signal victory shortly after midnight this morning, fighting in
a blinding snowstorm when they advanced a quarter of a mile over, a
three-mile front through German defenses and consolidated their new
positions. The attack was in the nature of a surprise, the Germans
believing that the efforts of the day were ended and that the weather
would prevent any large movement.
Despatches from Berlin last evening announced that the British
offensive at Ancre had failed, despite the preparations made, the Bri
tish gaining only minor positions. Q
Harkness Trophy Race a Carnival
fdr Goodyear Cords
Aitken Distances All Rivals By 105.86 Miles an Hour Pace In
100-Mile Event At Sheepshead Bay
Galvin, Wilcox, Henderson and Devore, all on Goodyear
Cords, Capture Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Places.
Saturday, on the Sheepshead Bay Speedway, the audacious
skill of Johnny Aitken and the meteoric speed of the Peugeot
he drove captured the Harkness Trophy, established a new
American record, and wrote another brilliant chapter into the
racing history of Goodyear Cord Tires.
Saturday, the speed, the spring,
the athletic vitality and stubborn
stamina of these tires successfully
fought off every punishment and out
gamed every ordeal that sustained
speed can provide.
Saturday, another hundred miles
of proof of Goodyear Cords' superi
ority was piled upon the impressive
structure already established.
The qualities in Goodyear Cord
Tires that triumphed over competi
tion and hardship in the Harkness
Race and in similarly severe and
spectacular contests that have gone
before, led to the adoption of these
tires as standard equipment on the
Franklin, the Packard Twin-Six, the
Locomobile, the Peerless, the White,
the Haynes Twelve, the Stutz, the
McFarlan, the Roamer and the Lex
ington "Thoroughbred Six."
They should lead to the adoption
of these tires as exclusive equipment
on your car.
The Goodyear Tire Rubber Co.
Some of the racing achievements of Goodyear Cord Tires in the patt f?w month art at follows:
Hrct Place in the Kansas City 100-mile race; First, Third, Fourth and Fifth Placet in the Tacoma
."OO-mile race; First Place in the Cincinnati 300-mile Sweepstakes; First and Second Places in the
'.evord-Breaking Astor Cup 250-mile race at Sheepshead Bay; Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and
&.rr; Places in the ,250-mile Grand American race on the Chicago Speedway; First, Second,
i7.ird, Fourth and Fifth Places in the Harkness Trophy Race. '
Goodyar Tires, Heavy 'lourist Tubes and "Tire Saver" Accessories
are easy to get from Goodyear Service Station Dealers everywhere.
K R O N
In The Circuit Court, Fieth
Circuit, Territory ok Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate
In the 'Matter of the Estate of
Richard L,. Hughes. Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On hearing and filing the peti
tion of Margaret Scott, Hughes,
now of Hilo, Hawaii widow of
Richard L. Hughes, deceased,
alleging that the said Richard
L,. Hughes died intestate at his
place of domicile, to-wit, Eleele,
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, on
the 18th dny of October, A. D.
1916, leaving property in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii necessary to be
administered upon, and praying
letters of administration issue to
her, the s a j d Margaret Scott
It is ordered that Saturday,! the
16th day of December, ArHf.
1916. at 9 o'clock A. M.. be and'
hereby is appointed for hearing
said petition in the court room of
this court at Lihue Kauai, Terri
tory of Hawaii, at which time and
place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why said petition should not
Dated Lihue, Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, Nov. 8th, 1916.
(SgdJ Ly'le A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
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This morning's drive carried the British past Grande court and
puts Pettimiraumount and Pys in Canadian hands. Both the British
and Canadians gained positions.
The German East Africa beseig force was driven away.
On the Himalayan frontier a rebellious Mohamedan force of 6,000
has been routed.
Inactivity on the Russian front.
Belgians Will Prolest
Havre The Belgian government has instructed its ambassadors
and ministers to urge neutral governments to protest to Germany
against the exportation of Belgians to parts unknown. This is a
formal statement of Baron Bevens.
Hiliebrand Dumps The Reef
Honolulu Private Hiliebrand, of the First Infantry, was injured
while diving at Waikiki yesterday and would have been drowned but
for help of bystanders. He struck on the cor.il with such force that
he was partially paralyzed.
The Japanese feel snubbed that Phelan declined the invitation oi
the Japanese consul and do not like the tone of his speech at Aala
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