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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914.
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KAISER LOSES NEPHEW IN BATTLE.
LONDON, October 23. Officially announced that Prince Maximilian of
Hesse, nephew of Kaiser, was killed at Mt. Descat.
STEAMER HITS MINE. ALL LOST.
Swedish steamer Alice, homeward bound, struck mine in North Sea and
sank In three minutes. Crew and passengers perished.
ONLY A GUARD LEFT IN ANTWERP.
ROTTERDAM, October 23. Western movement of German soldiers who
have been in Antwerp, leave only a few hundred to guard city.
PORTUGUESE MONARCHISTS MAKING TROUBLE.
LISBON, October 23. Revolting monarchists attempted uprising in
north but were put down by soldiers.
MARY GOELET'S TITLED HUSBAND RECOVERING.
LONDON, October 23. Ruke Roxburg, husband of Mary Goelet, recov
ering from his severe wound.
v ' FRENCH WITHSTANDING ASSAULTS.
PARIS, October 23.French feel the attacks of Germans, but are maintain
ing position through the entire region between sea and canal of la Basse.
BLOODIEST FIGHTING OF WAR GOING ON.
LONDON, October 23. German line, reinforced troops, attacking French
right with renewed vigor. Battle now swaying back and forth. Both sides
claiming temporary victories.
Some French warships are aiding British monitors in fighting on Allies
left. Fighting of great armies 19 bloodiest yet reported, with tremendous
RUSSIANS CLAIM MORE SUCCESSES.
PETROGRAD, October 23. Continuous success repcrtcdin conflict of
Slav against German and Austrian armies. Russian troops inflicted severe
defeat on German forces, dislodging them from position.
BERLIN CLAIMS FURTHER SUCCESS.
BERLIN, October 23. On the river Yser yesterday, Germans achieved
success. West of Lille Germans took several villages.
WHAT USE WILL SHE MAKE OF THEM.
COPENHAGEN, October 23. German shipbuilding yards at Kiel is build
ing thirty armored lighters, each with capacity of 500 men and speed of
nine miles an hour.
CRUISER DAMAGED IN COLLISION.
NEW YORK, October 23. Spanish steamer Telefora, from Buenos Aires,
reports having collided with French cruiser Descarpes, in harbor. Cruiser
RODIEK HEARS GERMANS ARE SUCEEDING.
HONOLULU, October 23. German consul received following today:
"Off Belgian coast one British cruiser disabled by shell fire from field artil
lery.. One stranded on Ccotland. Two thousan'd British soldiers with machine
guns were taken prisoners at Lille. Decision there is imminent. Cruiser
Emden for third time sank five British steamers and one dredger off the
Indian coast. British cruisers Arthusia, Fearless and Destroyer only saved
at last moment. .
"THE TWO MACS."
HONOLULU, October 23. Hot words between McCarn and McBride
today. Trial progressing slowly.
HAWAII LOSES OUT AGAIN.
Hawaiian bills in Congress doomed for this session.
TITLED SOLDIERS DEAD.
LONDON, October 24. Lord Cavendish, Lt. Sir R. G. V. Duff, and
Prince of Hesse, have been killed in war.
ENGLAND CREATES SUGAR MONOPOLY.
Government has prohibited importation sugar by private individuals
and corporations, with object of preventing German and Austrian sugar
reaching England through neutral countries. It is expected that demand
tor sugar can bo supplied from the 900,000 tons which have been contracted
for by this government.
WILL NOW HUNT COMMERCE DESTROYERS.
General round-up of commerce destroyers has been ordered by Admir
alty. Convoying of troop ships has been completed and vessels will now
be used to sweep seas of commerce destroyers.
ALLIES SUCCESS NOT CONFIRMED.
An early report that Allies had broken through German lines at Eeecloo
has not been confirmed.
During occupancy of Roulers by Germans forty citizens were executed.
JAPANESE REPORT PROGRESS.
TOKIO, October 24. It is reported from War Office that one-fourth of
defense of Tsingtau has fallen before Japanese attacks. Operations now
consist mainly of aeroplane exploration and bomb dropping.
DETAILS OF KARLSRUHE'S ACTIVITY.
TENERIFF, October 23. German steamer Trefield carrying crews of
British vessels, has arrived, bringing news of exploits of German cruiser
Karlsruhe operating against merchant shipping.
AUSTRIANS WIN BATTLE.
VIENNA, October 24. Strong Servian and Montenegran forces acting
in conjunction against Austrian army, have been heavily defeated near
Mokro and forced to retreat.
PARIS. October 24. French have made material advance west of Nieu
port, near Leubemerck and between Arnendierres and Lilie.
JAPANESE PRIEST CONVICTED.
TOKIO, October 24. High priest of West Hongwanji mission, charged
with forgery, was convicted on first trial.
SAYS CRISIS IS AT HAND.
LONDON, October 24. Tone of German papers indicates that Belgian
campaign is of critical importance. Outcome will decide fate of France.
Battles now being fought mark tremendous crisis. Six hundred thousand
Germans have been assigned to reinforce German right.
DIAZ' DEATH DENIED.
BIARRITZ, October 24. The rumored death of Poifirio Diaz is denied.
GERMANS WILL PROTECT PRIVATE RIGHTS.
LONDON, October 24. The German governor of Antwerp will not coerce
Belgian labor to dig trenches or any occupation for benefit of German military
movements. There has been frantic searching for relatives since refugees
started to return.
FRENCH MAKING STRONG ATTACK.
BERLIN, October 25. Tremendous French attack has been launched
against our line between Point Amousson and Garronville, along road to Metz.
GERMANS CONTINUE BOMB DROPPING.
LONDON, October 24. Dispatch from Moscow says that during Ger
man aggression against Warsaw, their aeroplanes dropped bombs daily into
that city. On October 19th the number exploded in city was fourteen. Little
damage done to buildings, but nine persons were killed and 56 wounded.
RUSSIANS TAKING EVERYTHING, THEY SAY.
PETROGRAD, October 24. Official statement from War Office says Ger
mans are offering practically no resistance to vigorous attacks of Russians,
who have crossed Vistula, towards southern boundary of East Prussia, and
will resume their attempt to occupy district between border and their forces
still operating in East Prussia from north and east.
German retreat south of Warsaw continues with Russians pressing cioseiy
on German rear.
Prussian guard of Austrian armies continues to fight stubbornly along
Vistula and the San, where Russian columns are advancing south toward
the Vidrany Pass, through Carpathians and east towards Cracow.
Resistance In south is particularly fierce against divisions operating below
Prezemysl. No change in situation in East Prussia. Russian invaders simply
Russians have captured large quantities of war stores, ammunition and
supplies in trenches below Ivangorod which had been abandoned by reserve
JAPANESE RED CROSS FOR EUROPE.
TOKIO, October 4. Red Cross detachment of Japanese doctors and
nurses, left here yesterday for Europe.
EUROPE MAKES RAID ON FOOD STUFFS.
CHICAGO, October 24. Demand for supplies by European powers has
resulted in grain buyers cleaning out local markets. Milled flour is moving
to Europe direct, as well as great quantities of grain. Exports stimulated
by war demands reaching huge amounts. Largest volume of business since
outbreak of war now being transacted and first intense excitement Is felt.
MONROE DOCTRINE IS TO BE RESPECTED.
WASHINGTON, October 24. German ambassador here announces that
whatever the outcome of war, Germany will respect Monroe doctrine.
WIRELESS HEAD DEAD.
NEW YORK, October 24. Beach Thompson, president of the Poulsen
Wireless Co., Is dead. He was 49 years old.
JAPANESE CRUISERS IN LOCAL WATERS.
RAN FRANCISCO, October 24. The steamer Shinyo Maru arriving today
way convoyed by cruisers Kongo and Asama. Eight Japanese warships,
besides B.-itlfh and French, are punnJirin Pacific lanes o' traffic.
CONGRESS HAS ADJOURNED.
WASHINGTON, October 24. The filibuster engineered by Hoke Smith
to prevent adjournment was broken today. Congress adjourned at 4 o'clock.
WILL BRING ARMSTRONG BACK.
HONOLULU, October 24. Deputy Asch goes to coast at noon today to
get Armstrong, who took bonds of Moose lodge and for whom extradition
has been granted.
REVENUE CUTTER THETIS MIXES IN.
HONOLULU, Ocotber 24. It is rumored that the Thetis fired at a sam
pan in order to enforce neutrality.
LIGHTFOOT AFTER McCARN'S JOB.
J. Lightfoot now enroute to Washington to land McCarn's Job. A wire
less received from the Matsonia says so.
HONOLULU, October 24 James Lyle and wife are celebrating their
diamond wedding today.
The question ofjurisdiction during war time is raised in connection with
arrest of Carl Spaeth, who came here with money of Pacific Fertilizer Co.
and refused to surrender it to agents of company.
VON MOLTKE OUT.
GENEVA, October 25. Reported retirement of von Moltke, German chief
of staff, is confirmed. Successor not known.
CLAIM GERMANS ARE RETREATING.
PETROGRAD, October 25. War department says that retreating German
army forced to stand and face hotly pursuing Russians, the result being fierce
hand to hand encounters, between Russian advance guard and German rear
guard. South of Pilica on road to Radam, German-Austro army was forced
to make stand and a serious battle resulted.
AMSTERDAM, October 25. Berlin Gazette chronicles account of fighting
at Tsing Tau and records victory there of Germans.
TWO TREATIES RATIFIED.
WASHINGTON, October 25. Senate yesterday ratified two treaties with
Portugal. One Is for arbitration and the other for peace commission.
MURDERER GETS LIFE SENTENCE.
SALINAS, Ocotber 25. George Kodani, confessed murderer of artist
.Helen Woods Smith, sentenced to life imprisonment on recommendation of
NAVAL OFFICER FOR PEARL HARBOR.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 25. Norman Smith, assistant public works
officer at Mare Island, ordered to report at Honolulu for duty at Pearl Harbor
BRITISH CHIEF OF STAFF DEAD.
LONDON, October 26. General Sir Chas. Whittingham Douglass is dead.
Was British chief of staff.
GERMANS GAINING IN BELGIUM.'
German successes reported in the heavy fighting in northern Belgium.
Germans crossed Ypres canal Saturday, advanced to several points despite
resistance of Allies. Germans are slowly but definitely pushing back Allies.
Have succeeded in forcing way across Yser river between Nieuport and
Battle of most violent character progressing. Is said there was no
change in the Arras region, which Is sucessfully resisting German attack.
Destruction of French artillery by German batteries, one them a siege
battery, is reported.
In the fighting on river Meuse, Belgians captured large number of
Germans by approaching trenches under cover of a fog.
Germans have been held back from Belgian coast by Allies' warships.
VILLA REPULSES ATTACK.
EL PASO, October 26. Armistice broken yesterday when Carranza's
forces attack town of Parral. Villa's defenders repulsed attack, 300 killed.
FUTURE OF BELGIAN CAMPAIGN IN BALANCE.
LONDON, October 26. Future of campaign in Belgium is dependent on
results of fierce battle now raging.
RIVER THAT WON'T'STAY CROSSED.
Germans crossed Yser Wednesday, were driven back Thursday, crossed
again on Friday, and were repulsed again on Saturday.
ALLIES MAINTAINING FRONT.
PARIS, October 26. Front being maintained between Nieuport and Dix
munde.' Germans crossed Yser but have been unable to advance. Have estab
lished front between Ypres and Roulers.
LONDON, October 26. This morning's advices indicate general advance
cf Allies between Ypres and Nieuport, and east of Arras.
VON MOLTKE ONLY BILIOUS.
BERLIN, October 28. Illness of von Moltke was biliousness. He may
soon return to work.
DOES THIS MEAN WAR WITH CHINA?
PEKING, October 26. China has made formal demand upon Japan to
surrender Japanese torpedo boat which entered Chinese waters and substi
tuted Japanese for Chinese flag on German torpedo boat "S9". This German
craft escaped from Tsing Tau but stranded seme distance south of Chinese
DETERMINED TO GET GERMAN CRUISERS.
CONSTANTINOPLE, October 26. Allies have informed Turkey that
Allies' fleet will attack German cruisers Goeben and Breslau, which interned,
if they emerge from Bosphorus.
GERMANS CLAIM RIGHT TO INVADE CANADA.
WASHINGTON, October 26. Cerman ambassador Berstorff announced
yesterday that as Canada had furnished troops to fight Germany, it would
be no infringement of Monroe doctrine should Germany land forces in Canada.
AMERICAN COTTON SAFE.
WASHINGTON, October 26. Sir Edward Grey has notified State De
partment that England would not seize America's cotton in process of ship
ment. ANOTHER JAPANESE CRUISER AT HONOLULU?
HONOLULU, October 26. Another Japanese content.