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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 October 1914

Till; GARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBLR 27, 1914 ( Nawiliwili Garage C. W. SPITZ, Prop. NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104 Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai, all hours, Day and Night Careful Chauffeurs Autos and light machinery repaired. Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers, Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and Velie Truck. Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai Ice M acmnery Write for full particulars and prices. f Honolulu Iron Works Co. I HONOLULU. used by rm The All the Big Colleae Nines If you attend any of the Vwlk. SSil'S Yno rnllene nmn vnn will findJiifV ItCtliO -e ; i ts . ; that the bull almost invariably impH is t'ie REAC H OFF1CTATI AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL. "Ci-'&l College men wont have r.nvthine but the BEST -that's why they all use J Collrcf men know too t!uu Uil- Reach Bull lias b-n a-lontc 1 lv tlie American League for ten years, oinl is tlie Clfici-.il Le. ij.no laU. .o other ! $ The Uea...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 October 1914

I THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27 1914, It V if 1 lehl'. 1-. V AI'STRI A S ' ' General V:--i. Ausn ian forces mi! Gnlaeia. lie has i advance into Ai:: ;. i;TKR. ;i'.ei of the tin;; through ! i l RllSMall 1 8. S - - J . . - ''.",: .. .- ."J i GERMAN IM'WTKV (- But little is v,n v ln:r account of the larger :u: mishing such :is is sl.ov, i shows a German (K taclmu i against the rrer.ch. I'M i'iOX ix ii J.; or. LATEST iilELESS NEWS Continued from page 5. COTTON MAY PASS. Washington Sir i;tiwar( (;rev ..1S ot;-uli ,i,e tate Departtnent that liyland will not interfere with shipments of American cotton to Europe MEXICANS FIGHT AGAIN. E! I'aso - The armistice in Mexico wns broken yesterday when i':e forces of President Carran.a attacked the town of l'arral. General Villa's defenders repulsed the attack. 300 killed. HONOLULU HAPPENINGS Honolulu The German schooner Hermes arrived safely. The Aeolus prisoners have been put aboard one of the Gernmn te vessels in the harbor. ENGLAND AND S...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 October 1914

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27 1914, ITHE "PUROLA BRAND" household Remedies Household Specialties Toilet Specialties In this day and age, in our home for our family, we want the Best; and when we say the Beit we mean the Highest Quali ty. The "Purola" Brand of Household Remedies and Toilet specialties, which we have just put in, is another line in the chain that binds us to our customers. Why? Be cause "Purola" is synonymous with the L Highest Type of Purity and Quality and bears the guarantee or an old-established firm of more than thirty years experience. Ask to see our "Purola" Line. No trouble to show goods. The Makaweli Store CRISCO , For Frying-For Shortening For Cake Maying Frying 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...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 27 October 1914

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1914 LATEST W NEWS Continued from page 6 ENGLAND P0RIIIB1TS SUGAR The British government lus prohibited the importation of sugar by private individuals and corporation, with the object of preventing the sale of German and Austrian sugar in England through neutral countries. It is figured that the demand for sugar can be supplied from the 900,000 tons which has already been contracted for v the government. A general round-up of German commerce destroyers has been ordered by the Admiralty. The work of convoying troopships from England to the continent has been completed, and the fleets used for this purpose will now sweep the seas in search ot these commerce destroyers. An early report that the Allies had broken through the German line at Eecloo has not been confirmed. During the occupancy of Routers by the Germans, forty citizens were executed. OPERATIONS AT KIAUCHAU Tokio It is reported from the war office that one foit in the de fense of Kiau...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

f 4- "i The Garden Ialtnd Represent! All Kauai.l Haws, il.Ol , . Beets,' no palo Mkt. Weak. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 10. NO. 43, L1HUE, KAUAI, TERR1TQRY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1914 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY II MMM I III I .MBBnatf9 cyV. ..4. r 3 -df i H I 1 Avln 111 v. fv Moms TODAY'S AMQ LATEST REPUBLICAN RALLY LAST 10 HOLD MEEK im m won res uidut mm RIRPJIRI m A special meeting of the stock holders of the McBrpdc Sugar Co. has been called for Noneinber 11 in Honolulu, at which the common stock holders will be asked to hand over one-fifth of their stock in or der that a dividend of 7 per, cent may be paid in the near future to the preferred stockholders. The stockholders will also be asked whether or not the McBryde Sugar Company shall purchase the stock of the Kauai Fruit & Land Co,, which is covered by options. Another question to be submit ted will be that of taking up the note foi $142,972. 96 given bv Mc Brvde Sugar Co. to Alexander & B...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

THU GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVKMMJR 3, 1914, -JUL. 1 J. . I ' i GEI5 BAD NEWS P. Rutsch, bookkeeper of Hana maulu store, received exce-ttlinylv bad news from Germany bv the mail arriving on Friday. The first, mid most i;iiiifut item . was that his youngest brolli r . Herman, went down withtliesni.il cri iser Koln wlien that vessel w !! sunk by the Ih itish Ikrl . 1Y Heli goland on August 28. He had jn-i fin shed his military preliminaries aboard the ship and was a petty officer. In the city of Louvain, Karl, the eldest brother of Mr. Rutsch, was struck by a bomb which was tlitown from a house while the .German troops were marching through the streets. He was m t seriously injured, however, al though still confined to a field hospital. Letters to Mr. Rutsch stale that crops in Germany have been suc cessfully harvested. All over the country school teachers and child ren turned out to help in the work of gathering in the crops, with the result that money is as easy as could be expected...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

THIi GARDKN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, NOVliMDIiR J, 1914, e i Manuel Silva Homestead I lii.H added a new six sealer V St!1cl):ikcr t( h t S rr..r ,rTp N and is in a position l give I lii i pat runs even be' ter sci vice a man ever tie rare. V-fin-j il iw S (L ivei s, conifoi I ibie. eai s, and tj always ready to start. DAY OR NIftr.T SERVICE a TELEPHONE S4L THE BANK OF HAWAII, Liinitefj UHUE F:RANCH LlUPll, K.M VI, JlAWAIT Deposits are rccei d stipject ti check. Ci rl I if '.Us of posit issued payable oa de fraud. Loans m :dc en ap proved security. Dkaits Drawn -n Honolulu Im-aitr San Francisco iVrlin New York Hoi s' Ko-ng London Yokohama S A VI N G S I dg 1' A UT II UN 1' Interest paid on Savings De posits. 4 pet cent on ordi nary and 4 per cent on Term Deposits. Ordinary Savings Deposits will be received up to $2,500 in any one account. S.U-'K DKI-oSIT JJoXIiS FOR Ul-NT $2 AND $3 A Yl?.R JEWELERS KVKKYTIIINCi IN" THK Sii.vkk ani Ovi. i) Link, Rich Ci;t Glass and Art CS.no ds. MhkCHANMSK OK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914 THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY NOV. 3. 1914 Issued-Every Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Lihue, Kauai, as second-class matter.. Subscription Rates $2.53 Pkk Ykar. SI. 50 I OR SIX MONTHS IN ADVANCE AnvKRTisiNC, Ratks, 75 Ckxts An Inch Pkk Month. L. D. Timmons K. C. Hoppek Editor Manager VOTE FOR THESE DELEGATE Carter. Kal.inianaole. McCandless. SENATE Knudsen, Mikaele. X X HOUSE. Chandler, Conev, Fassoch, Kula, Lota. X X X X The Future Of Sugar Says Willett and Gray: "As supply and demand govern prices, and present supply is f.iir ly large and demand small, there seems little reason to expect inline diately anv material improvement in the raw sugar market, while there is reason to expect further decline in refined. "There are some inducements tc.-rti.Mnly at present basis of value tc wait a little longer for a better n.ar-et. "T!ere is this to say about war. It has its surprises and uncertain ties, and changes the condition of things freq...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

TIIK GARDEN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914 j ; Nawiliwili Garage C. W. SPITZ, Prop. NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104 Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai, all hours, Day and Night Careful Chauffeurs Autos and light machinery repaired. Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers, Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and I Velie Truck. Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at Naviliwili, Kauai I ce Machinery 1 Write for full particulars uid prices. Honolulu Iron Works Co. HONOLULU. MM Used by Ml the Big College Nines If you attend any of the t II ..'H l!J Dig couege games you win nira -vu' that the ball almost invariably 1 used is the REACH OFFICIAL AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL. College men won't have anything but the BEST that't why they all us VWflfV MClil I MX ISto. ' I V ! 3 The College men know too that the Reach Bull has bcti adoptnl by the American League for teu years, and is the Ofrici: 1 League hull. other ball can be used ill any L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

TilE QARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914, t . -. ' , . ' . . . . . Ki: vrw-.v aaa ; IN I)! AN I I A; "' Thi- lnskv-luu-.! "fire tv -.-i- of G:v:H 1?: i'.-.in's C!-.Mr-il .rm . 3 v (ilC::.MANV GUARDING PRISONERS OF Freac'.i ;m! i clgian s.-.Wicrs ii-"iKrs of war uiukr guard of their F REACH AIR Aui i' Dr. Putnam HonoreJ I'r. ''. L. Putnam, of Lihue.l was 'ler:! notified of Hil- hunor ami J diiic? 'l of benm admitted !)' fello .v!ii, i;i the Aniei ie;, a Col-j lee of Surgeons luavnuch ;k the convention is so chi-c at hand be held in Wa lii ii','t"ii or. Now m f ber '.6 it was figured th.it v. Putitiai) cou'. 1 no! ! .: cut, sol he wat; granted ths special j :;vi- ; lege of being admit k-d vitho.t: be- inj in nUrinh'.'u'e. j Members of this org ir.i:i'.ioii : are selected as a mark ot rceoe.ni- 1 tion of either some uot AA aco,", plishnient in surgery, m of v.: .. su.i! :.!.:'.iltes, n v hi eh ;. ... ! the honor is of ... eA! -"m...!1 rt, . WAR PICTURES 1 V, v,'."' - : ; .. ; ;!' i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

j x -4. THU GARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914, 7 WAR PICTURES fW A SCKNK OF DUSOLATIOX. A scene of carnage on the I3are Roail leading to Htropilly where one of Mie fiercest enKa(jeinents of the Battle of the Marne took place. It was here that the French infantry and Zouaves engaged in a hand to hand encounter with the Germans. The photo shows one of the French fighters lying in tha cavity made by the shell that killed him. The road was strewn with the dead and lying on both sides, as can be seen by the bodv of the French Zouave lying besides that of a German infantryman on the left of the picture. m x N ..n- 'sfx ji COrvHIBHT.UNOtRWOOO 4 UNDtRWOOOkH.Jfa CHARGE OF HEROIC SCOTCH HIGHLANDERS. Tne hardiest of the British troops are these Hicrhlanders composed of the sons of Scotland. Their coolness in the face of danger, and the manner in which thev are more than holding their own against the German troops, is evidenced in the reports coming from the front. The photograph shows t...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 3 November 1914

9 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914 LATEST WiREL exutincnt; the against Russia, old time ques- Coutimicd from past G gians are reported to have cut dkes and floodtd the valleys of the low er Yser river, forcing the Germans to abandon that part of the country. GERMAN AND FRENCH London German and French statements regarding happenings in the field are far from agreeing. The liritish official strtement tells of continued success of the French, while Berlin announcements state that more liritish prisoners have been taken and that the Germans have made substantial inroads upon the Allie?. liritish reports say: "We are steadily advancing." The Germans say: "Today's news from the front is excellent for the Germans." Germany threatens to take all liritish subjects in Germany priso ners it Germans arrested in London are not released by November 5. FINANCIES ARE "ROTTEN" Honolulu Retiring Territorial Treasurer Coukliug (candidate for Honolulu county treasurer) states that the books...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

-- 'jr.' 40- r SUGAR: Raws, 4.01 Hoots, II" HlllO MI;t. Str ,!. The Garden Island Represents All Kauai. ESTABLISHED 1904, VOL. 10. NO. 44. LIHUE, KAUU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1914 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER n?Y c i r ROVEMENT COMING AT LAST Superintondent Forbes Will Rush Public Works On This Island D Charles R. Forties, the new superintendent of public works, arrived on Kauai by the W. G. Hall last Friday morning and has s spent the time since then looking SrVer public works and harbor com mission matters at various points, lie landed at Nawiliwili and was a close observer of the difficulties of making the shore conveuienth there. At the Fairview Hotel about 8 o' clock the superintendent was joined by H. D Wishard and IS. H. W. Broadbent, representing the Kauai Chamber of Commerce, and J. H, Mo range road super visor. After a short conference, the party took autos and started for Hanalei, being joined by Al bert Horner, of the Kapaa can nery ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

t THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914, SUPERVISORS MEET Continued from page I Water Works: Waimea Kalaheo Omao Koloa Kawaihau 60.50 36.85 5.00 145.25 5,716.47 i given to T. Blaekstad, of Waimea, 'to cut down algerooa tree grow ling on the government lands which I are detrimental to t h e Waimea biidge was received and placed on file. A communication dated the 2nd inst P 1056 from Mrs. S. D. Heapy, principal, in regard to an offer from Mr. Faye of Kekalia to 5.964.07 Road Work: County Road Machinery Waimea: Oiling Roads: (R. T S, D.) 119 50 Road Tax Special Deposites 836. 02 955.52 A teintx rary brido was erecti-d across tin; wa-'liout at Nawiliwili. The kawaihau rond forces were em ployed between AiihIioIh and Moloaa where most all minor damages have beeu repaired. The lumber for the temporary bridge at Anahola lias been delayed two weeks but arrived this morning and the bridge will lie up in a week or ten days barring high water. The remninder of the Ana hola lumber w ill ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914, 3 THE BANK OF HAWAII, Limited L1HUE BRANCH Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii Deposits are received subject to check. Certificates of da posit issued payable on de mand. Loans made on ap proved security. Drafts Drawn on Honolulu Bremen Saji Francisco Berlin New York Hong Kong London Yokohama Savings Department Interest paid on Savings De posits. 4 per cent on ordi nary and 4 per cent on Term Deposits. Ordinary Saving Deposits will be received up to $2,500 in any one account. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent $2 and $3 a Year JEWELERS Everything in the Silver and Gold Line, Rich Cut Glass and Art Goods. Merchandise of the Best Quality Only. H.F.WICHMAN&CO.,Ld. Leading Jewelers P. O. Box 342 Honolulu j HOTEL WAIMEA I VVaimea, Kauai j j jt Breakfast Lunch Dinner Room $ .50 .75 1.00 1.00 j j DICK OLIVER, Manager Stationery and Paper We carry all the best grades of paper, stationery, and of fice supplies. We will give your mail or der the same care and prom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

Till? GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914 THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY NOV. 10. 1914 Issued-Every Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Lihue, Kauai, as second-class matter. Subscription Ratks $2.53 Pkr Ykar, SI. 50 roR six months IN ADVANCE Advkktisino Ratks, 75 Cunts An Inch Pkr Month. L. D. Timmons K. C. IIOITKK Editor Manager Mr. Forbos On Kauai Superintendent Eorbes, official head of the public works depart ment and harbor commission, has today completed a comprehensive survey of matters on this island under his official direction or con trol. He has seen a great deal, and. we are assured, has learned a great deal. Where differences of opinion regarding public projects were found he has listened atten tively to all sides, which was as it should be. This is the first visit of Mr. Eorbes to Kauai, and by evi dence's of a clear and quick grasp of conditions and a disposition to push things along with reasonable sjieed, he has made an excellent impression. So in- of the importan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

THIS GARDKN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, N0VKMB1-R 10, 1914 iUHUPJ.ll I . imn-Tiinimn. , i. , , ...I.n. ...m -- - , of Christmas Goods Suitable to send' to Your Friends Away should receive firt attention in making purchases for the Holidays; and in order to reach Europe and the Mainland before the Christ mas Season, Selections Musi Be Made Without Delay. Hawaiian Jewelry and Hawaiian Calendars always make acceptable Christmas Tokens. They are typical of our Insular Paradise and are valuable. Koa Goods From Hilo Boarding School- Book Racks Round Trays Paper Knives Lemonade Trays Calabashes Jewel Boxes Paper Weights Blotters Ash Trays Card Cases Cribbage Boards Hat Pins. Also, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins and Brooches in Hawaiian Coat-of-Arms. In Japanese Goods are---Pin Cushions, Table Covers, Towelling, Kimonas, Embroidered Waist Patterns, Dress Patterns, Scarfs, Trays, Handbags and dozens of other unique and useful holiday creations. LIHUE Kauai's Christmas Emporium. Call And Inspect Our Holiday Off...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

TQDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVKMBKR 10, 1914, I KM rami i vst PICTURES i Ready For Christmas. A STRKAM KN ROUTE TO BRITISH CYCLE CORPS WITH IT: COLT IH'X FORDING THE FRONT serr rr - MUW OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE PREOI3REJENSKY REGIMENT AT THE . . FIELD MASS JUST BEFORE LEAVING FOR THE FRONT. , ' M1 - - Despite recent fears of a shortage on account of disturbed conditions in Europe, Hofgaard & Company will be able to make a grand display of Christmas goods this year. Some of the items now ready are Hawaiian Jewelry and other Souvenirs; Cut Glass, Fancy Stationery, Toys, Etc; Norwegian Enameled Ware; Japan ese Silks, Fancy Goods and Notions; Man darin Coats, Etc., Etc. Open Evenings on and after Nov. 1 6. of & Co. Ltd., Waimea, Kauai. SIX TRUE BILLS FROM GRAND JURY OPYHIGHT-iiNnrnwnf1rfKHIf"F'''''"""'-1y GERMAN INFANTRY IN TRENCHES. J PERSONNEL OF TH EW LEGISLATURE TIil' recent election uives the Republicans a majority in both laukea and A.J. W'irtz (all three holdovers) from Oahu, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914, 7 I Waimea Stables! LIMITED Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto Livery Business. AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leaving Kekalm every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS W. WEBER Manager. Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48 111 I 1 HoNR 60 " a flmart dresier tfutded Ly H iiimiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiniiiiimiiiMii Silva's Toggery, Honolulu Announce that Mr. Dougherty will visit Kauai during, October or November and will take pleasure in showing to their patrons many rare and exclusive articles in jewelry, gold and silver ware, and glass that have been critically selected with the view of pleasing the most painstaking holiday giver. as CHRISTMAS COMING I And we are all ready for it. Our Santa Claus got out of Europe ahead of the war, and, besides Novelties from the Old Country, brought along a whole sleigh load of Christmas Sp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 10 November 1914

8 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914 Continued from page 5 The French have advanced in a number of places, driving the Germans from their trenches in the region of Thiepval, while the tret) dies the French evacuated northeast of Vallev have been reoccupied Position on heights of the Meuse was taken by French infantrv in a bayonet charge. BIG GUNS FOR OSTEND. London -Heavy guns from Krupps are being mounted for s.rviet at Ostcnd, they being placed so as to face seaward. Crown Prince George, of Saxony, was wounded in the leg in a re cent battle. COTiON LOSS $455,000,000. Washington The loss to American cotton growers oa account of : tile war in Europe amounts to the enormous total -of $455,000,000. CHARLES RANDALL ELECTED. Los Angeles Charles Randall, Democratic-Prohibition candi date for Congress, has been declared elected by 55 votes. BABY GETS FORTUNE. New York Heinz, the Montana copper king, left his entire for tune of $1,500,000 to his two and a half vear-old son. CALI...

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