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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1014.
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A quarter's -worth; cf Green's Corn' Remedy will give you many dol Jar's worth of Comfort. : ' -:" r ' : -, ' - ; ' v , Sold only by 'r" '1 ; . Dencon, Smith & Co. j . Ltd. ' . . -The RexaU Store ::. ; 1' . ,. K Open Until 11:15 P. M. Cor, Fort and Hotel Sts. f V; Phone 1297 I ill Prices Reasonable Cafjafie handled with promptness :::ca - igcihc a ronsfler Kiif 8L.Vext to foam Bldf. 1 1S74 Tlepnones-lt7l Weather orders for the removal of bajgage or freight have prompt attention from us. Our facilities afford protecUon to goods. . Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd. ' . ; -V: v:V " ' PHONE 4981 v' "''i U A. : See lis for Oriental Furt Street Opposite Catholic Church :MS-iSFOR:f Thres-bedroom furnished house, Kalmukt, rental $45.00 per month, Siolibp Trust Cp., Ltd. Request for Report on Mes sage from British Cruisers EVEN CENSORSHIP ILLEGAL PRESIDENT GRIGGS SAYS Daniels Told He Can't Close Stations and Invited to Test Authority I By Latest Mail. NEW YORK. Tbe United States Navy Department Is tord flatly to keep ItH hands off the Marconi wireless sta tions, in a letter written to Secretary, Daniels by President John V. Griggs' of the Marconi Company. Mr. Griggs pays the Department of Commerce has sole jurisdiction over wireless matter; the Navy Department has acteJ arbi-. trarily and illegally in placing censors in the stations, and itb threats to seize the' Marconi 'stations cannot be carried out. I The letter replied to a protest made, by the department when it was dis closed several days ago-that the Mar-I coni Company had transmitted to H. B. Hunt in this' city a message from' the British cruiser Suffolk .directing! Hunt to bring proTisions and newspa pers to tbe Suffolk eff this harbor. I Objects to Censorship. . After saying the company was obiig- ed to transmit the message under the' provisions of the Berlin Conference of 1906 and the International Radio Tele graphic Convention of London, the Marconi Company denies that the mes- sage - was not neutral and expresses "willingness, to cooperate: with", the Gov ernment as far as legally possible. "At the time your department plac ed In our (Stations agents to act as censors, we asked you to point out the provision of statute law, treaty, or rule of international law which Justified j this action .This Information has not been furnished," the letter reads. 'CARTER SAYS HE ' HIS CAMPAIGN I In" a statement ; last bight. 3eorge R. Carter announced bis intention of Jl ' lit- VI. . delegate. The statement says : '- "In offering myself as a. candidate for. congress on the Progressive plat form I. was ; governed ! by three - rea sons: . f'" !: "I believe that the publicly express ed dissatisfaction with Vth methods of. the present delegate was so nearly 1 universal as to voice the desire ofi the Territory as a. whole for a change In our representation fct Washington; I believed that the ' prosperity of the territory and the ; welfare of its com mercial interests demanded a protec tive tariff; I knew that the National Progressive platform offered such - a protective tariff to the industries of the territory.' besides -embodying many social and economic reforms in which i vwbole-heartedly. believe. Very New Yev ": :y,ij:' ; 'Tliai the primary vote cf the Pro gressive party here In Hawaii was so . light Is" no discouragement to me. The , organization-Is a new one and lacks the cohesion that only time can bring about: 'Its -doctrines are still tin- known to the majority of the voters, and. Its opponents' are strongly en trenched in officialdom. Add to this the insistent demands made upon ' the hurriedly organized forces of the Pro-, gresslves to take part In ' the Repub- j lican factional struggle, and the re sult is easily understood. ' Sole Means to Change. ." "To my mind. I now stand not only as the nominee of the Progressive party,. but as a means and the sole meansby . . which the pre-election ' clamor for a change in delegate may j be satisfied without a corresponding . change in the policy of protection to our industries. ' J "I offer my services to those who hold community interests above par- ty. flaterests; to those who hold that promises are worthless unless : their I obliiyations are fulfilled and service j rendered, to the letter and in the spi- J Tit;! and to those who believe that the y advancement of local Interests can be achieved only by an unremitting campaign before the congress of the United . States. To all such I would say-that I am in earnest In -my determination to leave no legitimate means untried in the endeavor to secure for this terri- J tory such service and such represen-j tat ion in Washington as it deserves,! andto that, end I shall spare no cost of time or trouble to myselL "In this spirit I offer my services .In the public welfare, not only as a ' Progressive, "but as a native born citi ten of Hawaii, who is vitally Interest ed In the prosperity of the communl ty and solicit s the support of every ; voter who has . the highest' interests of the territory at heart at the forth coming general election. 1 f -G. R. CARTER, '"October ' 2, 1914." : riv f 1 ; The Chllim Government announced Its decision not to .take part In th - Panama-Pacific ExposiUon In; 1915. ,, i . O The Cunard. llncr Campania, v.1' arrived In New York frcn Livrr; reported; sighting several 1 bergs, v.. '- ; 'v. ' Resolution Goes Before Con vention of Half-Hundred Delegates at Kaneohe At the' annual Oahu convention of the churches of the Hawaiian Injard, composed of 00 or more delegates, pas tors and laymen, and now being held at Kan eon e. the folio Ing resolution was introduced St the cloao of Dr. Wedinan8 address yesterday on "Tem perance Issues in. Hawaii: ' "Whereas, it has been brought to tur attention that the manager of the Pleasanton hag petitioned the board of liquor licenses for permls slcu to install and oierate a bar in said boarding house; and "Whereas, the district in which the Pkasantrn is located is a quiet resi dent.! precinct of Honolulu, free from the disturbance of all lines cf busi ness; and "Whereas, the. Pleasanton is situ ated just across the street from one of cur largest schools in the territory with its dormitories full of boys and girls; and "Whereas, there does net appear to be any good reason to increase the present number of licensed places for the sale of Intoxicating liquors in Ho nolulu; therefore, be it "Resolved, That this Oahu conven tion in its tnnual session does hereby and herewith protest against the granting of such ; a " license by the board of liqucr jlicenses and that we appoint a committee of three or more to appear before the board at Us. session,-, when.-, such; a petition is to be considered, and said committee is in structed herewith to register this pro test as stated above." Illflss Millions Will "Battle On Prussian Border ROME, Italy, Oct, 2. Six million fighting men will -sbpn be facing each other, in the two great armies along the Russian-Polish border. Advices Issued officially at Vienna last night states that the forces gathering for the ' Austrian-German v army, concen trated on Cracqw,1 "aggregate two and a half million men. The Russian to tal force is believed to be as great, If not greater. All the Bohemian and Moravian railroads are congested with the num bers of German . troops being trans ported to, , the y Russian border in a supreme effort fto check the Russian advance. All cjyillan transport over these railroads Is forbidden. German. Cruisers, Sink Eighteen British; Ships ' LONDON, Eng., Oct. 2. During the month of . September, according to a report from the rdmlratty last night, German cruisers overtook and sank eighteen British steamers, of an ag gregate tonnage of 29,58 1 tons. During. the same period nine steam ers, some belonging to neutrals were destroyed by pes jrt, the North Sea. German": Force "'v ':':'r: Surrounded by Allies LONDON, Eng., Oct 2. A dispatch to the Dally 'Telegraph from Paris states that a force of four thousand Germans ar' completely . surrounded on the French left and must surren der -or be annihilated. V ' fe . ; AWti'iW : ; i.' ' :: Jr- S :k - Iff ; E5 - "Sweets to the Sweet" x You are sure of purity, nchnpsf! and flavor V ifllii ' vvhpn vnu nrHer ll ! I'ljl ; Vanilla " :;'-A Strawberry;-"! ; Chocolate Pineapple SA ,-'t a gallon in double-quick time. ' j ' ' ! $2 the gallon ; J-;f v.- ;:L. Phone 4225 r Vi 11 A smile follows the i ; I r?; ' - . spoon when it's Rawley 's' ' : - , . . ' :'r . I v "... . - - v - ;:iV";; ':::-rf r ;-v : ;" " r: ) nese cut off her Enemy's communiea tlon with i Peking. " . " . f . One Japanese mine-sweeper, the Nagatb, was sunk' and - another, the Wakamlya, was critically damaged In explosions of mines near Luazan, in the Kiochau vicinity, yesterday.. Four were killed and twenty injured. During the day, a German balloon rose from the center of Tsingtau. It ascended hfghln the air, .with ; Ger man officers In the basket, to make observations -en - the t posrtlon', of the Japanese forces. Germans Officially . Claim' Advantages , ' BERLIN, Germany, Oct 2. The following official statement last night, says: . r'K v:?'l:-: ; "The heights commanding Roy and Fresnoy ie Grand, on our right, were taken on September 30. ; "South of St. Mlhiel, on our left. the French attacks from Tout were repulsed. ... .;-;; ; -;. . v, ' '.. ' , , "The attack on Antwerp continues 1 "The eastern condition;' l'unchan' The effective date of the Interstate. Commerce Commission's orders In the inter-mountals rte case was again put off from October !,' until Novem- ber 15. : : :: V, ...:"-' German Newspapers Pessimistic 3 , v ROTTERDAM, Holland, Oct 2. German residents here are astonish ed at the tone of the German papers received : yesterday, there being for the first time, in the German press some, forewarolngs of the situation along the Alsne. Up to yesterday the German newspapers have contained reassuring reports from the front and editorial expressions of full confi dence in the final outcome of the in vasion of France. Yesterday thetone changed radically and It Is supposed that the press has received Instruc tions to prepare the German public for the receipt of news of defeat, In many of the leading journals re ceived from Mainz, Coblenz, Koln and Bremen are' leading articles, similar in tenor, asking the public for a sus pension of Judgment should news ar rive that the German troops In France h.ive been' obliged to abandon their positions.' - The-papers say that the British are' advancing through sheer weight of: numbers and it is Impossible for the Germans facing them to hold the Inlanders back despite superior brav ery and "better individual fighting skill. The Writers also admit that the Frenc have profited wel) by the lesson taught them In 1870. China in Ugly Mood Over Japanese Invasion . TOKIO, Japan, Oct 1. unless the Japanese troops abandon Yee Ken, a small railroad town fifty miles north west of Tslngtau, which they captur ed yesterday, China will take a hand In the European war, as the direct enemy of Japan and the ally. of. Ger many and Austria. ; v 'it Formal notice has been served , up on Japan to remove her troops from Yee Ken, on the 'ground that by be ing stationed there China's neutrality tresty Is violated. J.---1 hasis for-r- " rrfused t? Jraw . her t , -i t:: :n "-:" ., p" and -.tion- IT CI v.rsin:r of every piece of -' ' ' Swift & Iv' v ' U. S. A: rr- JS aAtei"A touni- is due to careful selection formciiring: smoking over hafd- ; wood Purchase from your dealer today. Note how v mild, sweet andi tender it is. Learn the ' genuine excellence "Swift's Premium" Products. '- V - ,: -. i. jf ,