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Monday, August 1 0.
Continued from page 1.
Sugar: Raws, 4.25; beets. 3.567.
t Tbi rinunnir-lipc in the Dailv Mail state that there has
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been an all night session of the Cabinet. This together with the activi-
ii tit iKiiiii j-tr-tiiit-ti unlit ha strengthened the notnilar belief that
ill ill- uat vivpui mivii .-. CT - i
Japan will take an active part in the War. The governments pro
nouncement on the subject is expected noting .
UNITED STATES AND JAPAN.
Washington The department denies that Ambassador Guthrie
has presented a note to Japan dealing with possible developments in
China. The department indicated, however, that Guthrie had been in
formally inquiring as to Japan"s intentions in lespect to the European
war. For the past several days there has been a disposition In adminis
tration circles here to regard the situation in the Orient as not prom is
i.;rT i;i-.1w tint fiprninnv will take the offensive there, in
consequence of which Japan's activity is not clearly understood. It is
reported here that Jap .n s intention to maKe an auacK on isms iu
may influence American decision on a plan of action in the Orient.
FEARS FOR STEAMER.
San Francisco The Steamship Persia, a British ship in the Paci
fic Mail line, is overdue on her way from Honolulu and it is feared she
may have been captured by a German cruiser.
TSING TAU ATTACKED?
Shangliae Vessels arriving here report heavy cannonading along
the China coast. The British-Pacific fleet, accompanied by two French
cruisers, passed here proceeding toward Tsing Tau, and it is believed
that the German fleet is bottled up in Tsing Tau harbor. This state
ment is strengthened by the fact that British merchantmen will resume
traffic around the seaboard on Tuesday (tomorrow.)
RUMOR FROM CHINA
tu:..rr Tiw n.ipdlnn nf Tnnnn's nartieination in the nronosed at
tack on Tsing Tau is reported to be the subject of serious discussion
between London and Tokio.
TOURISTS IN LONDON.
London American tourists have appealed for aid at the rooms of
the relief committee. Most of them were passengers on ine is.roupnn.
essin Cecil and Prince Adalbert.
RUMORS FROM BATTLEFIELD.
Conflicting reports received here in regard to fighting at Liege,
nlln r-1elrntf.r1 nfTirinl fl 11 11011 11 Ceillell tS .
Later reports from Paris sav that the Belgians still hold positions
and forts intact. Wo serious occupation 01 me cuy, savs ui-ik"i
LOSSES AT LIEGE.
the several davs fizhting has been
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30,000 men, The Belgian loss is not stated. Four thousand Belgian
prisoners are enroute to Berlin.
CITIZENS DIG TRENCHES.
Fiftv-five thousand citizens dig defensive trenches while the
' The six-inch guns of the Germans failed to damagethe forts.
Prince George, who was captured, will be sent to England.
REPORTED FRENCH VICTORY.
The French victorious in Luxembourg. Germans retreating -French
in pursuit. The French after winning another battle, Saue
occupied the capital in upper Alsace.
FRENCH LOSE 15,000 MEN.
London The French losses in battles fought in Alsace are report
ed to be 15,000. The report is current that the Kaiser will personally
go to the front
GERMAN CRUISER SIGHTED
San Francisco The Union oil tanker Lansing reported seeing
German cruiser off Cape Flattery. The rumor that the tanker had been
boarded by the Germans is denied.
A SKIRMISH REPORTED
London A German attack on British cruiser squadron, with sub
lied in the loss of one German submarine. Location of
fleets is not given out.
HONOLULU NEWS CONDENSED
Honolulu The Japaneseconsul at Honolulu says that the alarm
on account of events in Tokio. which Ambassador Guthrie mentions. is
Joseph Ornell killed while attempting tif board an auto truck. Fell
under wheels. Was an engineer Oahu plantation.
Carnival next year declared off, and carnival officials are severely
Anxiety relative to the safety of the steamship Niagara, enroute
to Australia with reservists on board. German cruiser Nurenberg be
lieved to be waiting for the Canadian-Australian steamer Maraniu and
the Leipsig for the Niagara.
Sunday, August 9.
Sugar; Raws. 4.25; beets, 3 567 (Official figures).
THIS SOUNDS FISHY.
Honolulu A sensational report from Tokio, published in the
xt: t::: in.,.e -et-irii-iT snvs that America has sent an ultima-
turn to Japan to keep hands off in European struggle in the Far East
on the penalty of having American fleet rushed into Japanese waters.
The report is unconfirmed but has created excitement among Japanese
Admiral Moore lias placed censors in tlie wireless oinces or Hono
lulu. . .
THE FALL Ur MlvUlv.
Tln news was heard with creat rejoicing.
The Emperor sent an aide to announce the news to gathering crowds.
Communication with the city was broken off at noon yesterday, an in
dication that it had been captured.
GERMAM LOSS ONLY 5.000.
Paris The Germans give their loss at only 5,000. The Belgians
still hold the forts intact.
FIGHT IN ADRIATIC.
London A steamer arriving at Trieste reports a naval engagement
in the Adriatic.
SERVIA DECLARES WAR.
Servia has declared war on Germany for the purpose of getting
rid of the German ambassador. His passports have been handed hint.
AUSTRIANS INVADE RUSSIA.
Berlin The Austrian cavalry crossed the Russian line into Poland
CHOLERA TAKES A HAND
Rome Cholera is reported to have appeared union;; both the Aus
trian and Servian soldiers.
ASK FOR SQUARE DEAL
New York German societies have asl;.-d for a square deal from
ithe newspapers ot the United States.
FRENCH INVADE GERMANY
i Paris French forces yesterday crossed Hie German border and
' made a stand on German soil, defeating the German garrison at Alt
jkirch. They ;;e moving forward ta the impui i;.nt center of Mulhaustii
on the main line to Strassburg r.ud liasel on the railroad rui.ning
I through Alsace. The defenses were carried by a bayonet charge.
FRANCE GETS GUNS
Tile Creuset steel works haw presented France with one hundred
and Tour cannon of the latest model.
MUST FIGHT EITHER WAY
Rome Italy has been given the choice of war against Germany
and France or fighting with them.
TO BRING BACK AMERICANS
Washington The Government has decided to charter n number
of ships of neutral governments to bring back nitricans from Europe.
PRESIDENT'S BILL DEFEATED
Thp Prpsidpiitv bill iidmittinir foreign shins to American register
has been defeated by a Democratic vote.
THIS DO SETTLE IT!
f iwtmr.,1 will .-issist Great Britain under
ancient treaty obligations. Threo divisions of Portuguese army mobiliz
CRUISERS SHOW UP
London The German ctuisi-rs Breslatt and Goeben hav reached
San Giulano, Sicilly.
ANOTHER QUEER RUMOR.
The Austrians will not carrv on hostilities against Great Britain,
war not having been declared.
WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.
The British forces have seized German territory of Togoland in
ANOTHER QUEER ONE
Brussels Beluian newsnarers sav the Belgians captured Prince
George, a relative of the KaTser,
Saturday, Augusl 8.
BATTLE REPORTED CANARD.
The following was published in the Star - Eulletin at Honolulu yesterday
LONDON. Eneland. August 7. Winston Churchill, first lord of the British
admiralty, today made official denial of the report that the German fleet in the
North Sea had been routed yesterday with a loss of 19 shirs after a big sea-battle
between the Germans and the British fleet augmented by French vessels.
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Speaking in the House of Commons, Churchill denied thai any naval names or
any losses had occurred other than those already officially announced. He said:
"Anart from the loss of the Koenigan Luise, the German mine planter, ana
the small cruiser Amphion, there has been no fighting and no losses.
"Of the Koenigan's crew, probably 130, fifty were saved.
"This indiscriminate scattering of mines about the seas not in connection with
strategic harbors is something new. It deserves the attention of the civilized world.
It might endanger neutral shipping."
Churchill also announced that hereafter the British government will organize a
press bureau and issue all reliable news consistent with military and naval expediency.
Raws, 4.10 1-2; beets, 3.4(..
SUGAR AT 4.50?
Hi ialulj -Th3 Watsrhouse Trust Company received word
by cable last night that sugar was selling in New York at $90.00
a ton -4.50.
OVERTURES TO ITALY
R.iiuj Austria and Germany are promising Italy, in return for
her aid. territorial compensation in event the Triple alliance (Germany.
Austria' ami Italy) is victorious in the war.
DEPENDS ON DECISIVE BATTLE
New York Normal conditions are expected only with receipt of
information that a decisive victory nas been won at sea.
CHINA WOULD STAY OUT
-Washington-China is making supreme efforts to keep out of the
war. The Chinese minister conferred with Secretary Bryan today in
regard to the matter.
THE WAR IN SERVIA.
li -Igrade Six Austrian regiments opened fire on the Servian
troops east of Belgrade at noon today.
Te Servian arli'.lerv quickly silenced the iof.intrv fire.
LEAVES TREASURE AT HONOLULU.
Honolulu The Japanese steamship Nippon Maru, arriving yes
terday from San Francisco, deposited $139,6.10 in silver bars in the
vault of the Hawaiian Trust Company, tearing tlie possimiuy 01 cjimrc
by a German warship on the wav to the Orient
RUSSIAN FLP.KT 15U1 l lA'.u ur.
Stockholm Vessels arriving here report the Russian fleet bottled
up in the Gulf of Finland.
T. .1 T-:. r, lit-r,ivM-tiil that fi 'htiii'jr has occurred be-
tween the French and Germans for the possession of the fori at Liege.
Tn the- battle of Liege, tlie Belgians reiusea me oner m wc
an armistice and put up a terrific fight. ,tT,r
TROOPS POLKING 1NIU isnu.iu.M.
London German and French troops are pouring into Belgium.
Continued on page 6.
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