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TIM? GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1916,
1 ( Contini.nl from y oi-
Artillery l.ns been inctvHscd on the Soninic.
Muckcnsen's pursuit of the 11 uiu.'.iians continue.
sann more prisoners have heen taken.
Russians Regain Position
Pctrograd Tlie Russians have r gained position cast of Pl.weht.
Tenton Raider Alarms
Miami, Flu. British cruisers in the West Indies have flashed warn
ing that a Teuton raider is believed to he in the south Atlantic.
King George III
London King George is ill with n severe eold.
Lloyd George's statement will be read in the House of Coinmois,
probably on Thursday. He lias written the members of the (.Vnimr i
that the perduminant task of the government is a vigorous picscution
of the war to a triumphant conclusion. A statement from the foreign
oihee says that the British government ia consulting the Allies in an
effort to olve the Greek problem.
More Vessels Torpedoed
One Greek, two Norwegian and one Danish vessels have liern tor
pedoed. Villa Wanted Money
Los Angeles According to a letter received by an attorney here
from his mother, Villa threatened to burn Chihuahua and confiscate all
property of Americans unless he were paid a million pesos.
The Washington Budget
Washington Lansing has announced receipt of complete informa
tion concerning the sinking of the Marina which makes it a clear viola
tion of Germany's agreement with the United State.
Senator Works made a vigorous attack today on the "Gcntlemen"s
agreement with Japan in regard to immigration, which he declared Japan
was violating. The senate considered the matter in executive session.
II earing of the eight-hour law case in the Supreme court has lieen
set for January 8,
A proposal is made to amend the immigration laws so as to exclude
the black race of Africa.
Explosion In Oat Factory
Petersboro, Ontario As an result of nn explosion in the Quaker
Oats factory here eight were killed and ten injured.
The School Budget
Honolulu The new school budget, carrying 8(!)0,000, has been ap
; roved by the ec mmissior.crs.
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Monday, December 1 1
L )it J LI')V 1 Ovorg,: announces the new c ibinet a follows: Lloyd
George, premier; Ciirzoii, pcesidctit of the council; Henderson, no port
folio; Lo-tt Miitnor. no oorifolio; Bunr Law, chaneeMo of the ex
chequer; Arthur H.ilfonr, foreign secretary; Walter Hume Long, hec
retarv of slate for the colonies; Lord Der!y, secretary of state for war;
John Ho.lge. secretary for India; Sir Edward Carson, first lord of the
admiralty; Dr. Addison, secretary of s'ate for miinnions; Lord Cecil,
secretary of state of blockade; Baron D.ivenport. food controller; ISarou
Wimbourne, Lord lieut, ot Ireland.
Lord Curzon is engaged to a daughter of Hinds Dugaan. former
American ambassador to Brazil, accordiiiR to announcement made in
London last night.
Threat Of The Greek King
It is alleged that King Constantirie has informed a member of
the legations at Athens that if the Allies force his hand he will join
the Teutons. 1
Another Raider Alarm
New Yoik A wirelees message received here warns neutral and
ed shipping of a heavily armed steamship filled with torpedo tubes
being sighted in the Atlantic 500 miles north of the Azores. It is be
lieved she is a Teuton raider which has escaped the blockade.
Deutschland Reaches Home
Berlin The undersea freighter Deutschland has arrived at the
mouth of the Wisser, eighteen days from America.
, Claimed Teutons Halted '
An Associated Press despatch from Petrograd claims that the
Teutons have been halted in jiortheru Rumania.
Losses Of Rumanians
The Overseas News Ageney claims that the Rumanians have lost
a total ol 112,000 in killed and prisoners. ,
Sunday, December 10
New York Official despatches from warring capitals indicate
that while the Rumanians have been defeated and driven back, with a
loss of 70,000 prisoners since the campaign legan, they have fought
deperatelv and casualties on both sides have been heavy. Large num
bers of Rumanians have been cut oS and surrounded, but have not
surrendered without desperate resistance. The losses to the invaders
in prisoners have been light, but many have been killed or wounded.
- Un I he tast front
Berlin The amount of booty taken by the Teutons at Bucharest
The fate of the Rumanian-Russian divisions is unknown as yet,
and it is doubtful that (hey will be able to reach their prepared posi
tions at the Buzen river. All reports indicate fhat the enemy is fall
On All Fronts
Amsterdam It is reported that von Heinrich will be made mili
tary governor of Bucharest. The population is quiet,
On other fronts the Allies are oh the offensvie Artillery has
opened at Hill 304 on the Sounne preliminary to heavy offensive.
According to Berlin the Russians launched a senes of attacks in
flldavia, Transylvania, but all were unsuccessful.
The Greek situation continues tense.
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The Nativity of Christ
A sacred cantata, with carols
Composer . . Caleb Simper.
Following will bo the program on the occasion of the Christmas
cantata which will be presented in Lihue Union church on the evening
of December 24 :
"On Christinas Day" .
"And the Angel Gabriel"
"He shall be Great"
Chorus Vitli Bass andj .,M Soul doth Magnify" (Magnificat)
I. Soprano Solo J
Chorus ami Bass Solo
Carol . . The ondrous Story" .
Tenor and Barritonel . "Arise Shine"
Solos ami Chorus J "Cryout and Shout
Carol . . . The Star of Bethlehem" .
Bass and Soprano) , .,
Solo and Chorus 1. Mu-n Jesus was Bom"
Carol . . "Gold, Fiankincense and Myrrh"
Chorus . . "Righteousness and Peace"
Carol . . . "Ring out, O Bells" .
Chorus . , . "Break Forth Into Joy" . .
The time for gift-giving is close at hand, Selections should
be made without delay, to avoid the rush which increases to
wards Christmas. An immense Stock is offered from which to
make selections, the items below being regarded as seasonable
We have a splendid variety of:
Carving Sets, Manicure Sets, Scissor Sets, Thermos Goods,
Safety Razors, Silver Picture Frames, Jardiniers, Vases in
Bronze, Brass and Sat-Suma Ware, Sweet Grass Bankets, Ash
Trays and Tobacco Jars, Rogers Silver Ware, Waltham d:
Koa Goods from theHilo Boarding School;
Lemonsde Trays, Card Boxes, Round
Trays, Cribbage Boards, Napkin Rings,
Ash Trays, Calabashes, Flower Stands,
Center Tables, Jewel Boxes, Almond
Bowls, Book Racks, etc.
Electric Goods: Percolators,
Curling Irons, Disc Stoves,
Toasters, Water Heaters, Chaf
ing Dishes, Sewing Machines,
Japanese Goods: Silk Kimo
nas, Silk Auto Caps, Crepe
Scarfs, Crepe, Kimonas Lacquer
Ware, Jap Table Cloth, Flow
er Pots, Carved Tables, etc.
Hawaiian Souvenirs: Shell Ink Stands,
Coat of Arms Jewelry, Leather Photo
Albums, Shell Leis, Seed Bags, Shell
Paper Knives, Picture Frames, Pin Cus
hions, Guitars and Ukuleles, etc.
And of course TOYS for the children:
. Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes,
Autos, Submobiles, Doll Carts,
Topi Chests, Stoves, Kitchen Sets,
Dinner Sets, Railroads, etc., etc.
A Good Collection of Cut Glass
Let the Victrola add to the enjoyment of your Christmas Din
ner. AH sizes of Victors and Vitrolas in stock from $1 5.00 to
$75.00. Sele&ed Vidtor Records on hand.
See us about our special Christmas Certificates for Victor Records.
Open on Saturday Nights