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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 5.
Sunday, September 20.
Loudon AccordiiiK to a Bordeaux despatch to the Times, 1 1 1
fury of the batlte north of the Aistic liver .seems to lc waning, 1 n l
whether from fatigue or resumption of the Gcitnan retreat cannot he
told until toinoi row.
The Allies are slowly working their left wing around the German
right in spite of the difficult country in which fighting is- being done.
Progress has undeniably been made by the Allies in the past
twenty four hours
There has been no change along the center. One olliccr returning
from the front likens the battle to two exhausted pugilists, neither of
which can inflict a decisive blow.
Paris An official statement given out by the war office says that
the Allies have advanced with their left near Noyan. They hold all
heights on the riht bank of the Aisne.
Thousands of dead remain unburied in the fields around Marnes.
Burial trenches across fields.
Tokio An official statement given out ycsterda at the war office
says that the second Japanese arinv sent against the forces at Tsing
Tail is now landing on Chinese soil not far from the German strong
hold. Disembark ir.g of troops began immediately after arrival at Loas
sain Bay of transport fleet, which conveved soldiers from unnamed
port. Landing is progressing without hindrance under the protection
of the Japanese squadron, fifteen miles north of Tsing Tau.
WashingtonSecretary of the Navy Daniels announced yesterday
that unless the officials of the Marconi Wireless Company give prompt
and satisfactory explanation of their action in receiving and forward
ing a message from the British cruiser Suffolk to the British Admiralty
agent in New York regarding supplies for the warship, the Marconi
station t Siasconsct, near New York, will be closed to all communi
cation. San Francisco According to statement made by the Constitution
alists agents here, American and Mexican officers have evidence that
juntas in the border towns of Texas and Mexico are fomenting new
revolution against Carranza.
Fort Wingate Four thousand Mexican prisoners released here
will be recruitted by General Pancha Villa for his army.
Buenos Aires The arbitration treaty proposed by the United
States, through Secretary Bryan, was signed here yesterday.
Washington The station ship Princeton, which sank in the har
bor at Tutuila, Samoa, after running on the reef, has been raised.
Honolulu Private McClintock, of the colored troops, who assault
ed a Japanese and his wife and then escaped has been captured by
members of his own regiment, the 25th. Infantry.
Men working on the McCandless building, putting on the fifth
story, have been arrested for violating the building law.
The Chinese crew of the German ship Longmoon started ri mutiny
on the vessel yesterday, which was quelled by an officer who went
after the men wfth bare fists,
Honolulu McCarn pleaded provoked assault and self defense.
Alleged conspiracy likely to be raised.
Kau See. a Chinese, was killed by a stab wound inflicted by Sui
Sun. The man was found wounded at the entrance of the Athletic
The Inter Island S. S. Co. is held liable for the wreck of the Klik-
The German center is gaining ground slowlv.
On the right bank of the river Meuse. the forces of the Allies
roin Verdun were easily repulsed.
A PARIS REPORT
Thursday along the entire front, without
German counter attacks against the
Professor Bryan nominated to Senate over George Low.
The Junior race today saved the Myrtles from complete defeat.
The Navajo cr-,v won from that of the Alert.
London The fall of Mauberge is confirmed; the fortress having
succumed after terrific bombardment
Berlin -A decisive and costly attack on Noyan is pressing satis
tactonly. JJauniont lias tieen stormed and twenty nve Hundred pri
soners captured from the Allies. The German lines are gaining strength.
Situation in France is unchanged,
Berlin The French aeroplanes are employing a new form of wea
pon, (description hazy). This weapon, however, seems to consist of
steel arrows which from the height of a mile are allowed to fall with
a great force.
Tokio The Japanese troops are moving close up on Kiauchau.
Washington Burton and Kevon ar.. leading an all dav and night
filibuster against the passage of the Rivers and Haibors bill. The Pres
ident now intimates that Democrats had better compromise and re
trench in every way possible in view of the fact that demands make it
necessary to levy the war tax.
Astoria The Steamer FYancis Leggitt foundered in a gale off this
coast. A deck load of lumber which she carried shifted and the vessel
Saturday Sept. 19.
Sugar: Raws, 5.77.
Petrograd The Russians who crossed the San river Thursday are
still driving the Austrians before them.
The Russians are making as rapid daily advance as possible. Not
troops enough to march and carry supplies.
DOINGS IN THE ADRIATIC
Rome It is rumored here that bombs have been dropped into the
arsenal at I'ola, the great Austrian naval base on the Adriatic. Mines
not placed by the Austrians have been discovered in the canal leading
to the inner harbor.
REPORT FROM NEW YORK
New York Advices received here av that the Russians are pur
suing the rear guard of the Austrians successfully.
RUMORED GERMAN REVERSE
London The Rome correspondent of the Daily Mail says that a
German army corps has been completely routed with heavy loss to the
PRINCE MUSTN'T FIGHT
London Lord Kitchener has denied the Prince of Wales permis
sion to join the troops at the front.
JAPANESE STILL BOMBING.
Tokio Japanese aviators have dropped bombs into the forts at
Tsing Tau and on the decks of steamers and cruisers in the harbor,
doing great damage.
THE WAR IN FRANCE.
London Continued hauling along extended front in northern
France all day y sterday ended at darkness with no advantage to either
Germans are said to be wearing down the Allies.
The Germans are busily entrenching along the river Sambre
thirty five miles from the Belgian border.
Prisoners report a shortage of gasoline among the Germans, as a
result of which the invaders are unable to operate their aeroplanes.
Sugar: Raws, 5.77.
Honolulu Paauhau declares dividend of 15 cents a share, begin
ning October nnd continuing until further notice.
Sales today on the Stock Exchange were as follows: 2,000 Olaa,
65; 150 do., 200 Pioneer, 26; 160 H. C. & S. Co., 3(vU; lOWaia
lua, 106; 20 do., 105; 25 do., 104; 40 Ewa, 25; 155 do., 23'j; 70 Ono
mea, 36; 20 Hawaiian Sugar. 38! ; 25 Paauhau, 19; 50 Brewery, lfi-'.,;
10 Hutchinson, 18; 115 Oahu, 20.
REPORT FROM BERLIN
Berlin The battle between the Allies and Germans is still inde
cisive, but sure jigns indicate that the enemy's lesistance is weaken
ing. The effort bv the French to break through, the German right
wing collapsed without great tfTor t on the part of the Germans.
Paris Battle continued
important changes. I hree
English forces have fr.iled.
Between Cronne and Rheiins we repulsed sevrr.il vcrv vio'entl
ii iii lit center attacks. In the Wuevre district situation unchanged.
London- King George today signed the Home Rule Bill, also the
Welsh Church Disestablishment Bill and then prorogued Parliament
NO PEACE IN SIGHT.
Washington President Wilson sees little chance of peace until
definite overtures are made bv one side or the other.
CATASTROPHE AT QUEBEC.
Quebec- The collier Liugan rammed and sunk the lighthuiise
tender Monyinagy. Fourteen persons drowned.
JUDGE CLEMONS' CASE.
Washington President Wilson has instructed Genera Gregorv to
review the cast of Judge demons, whose resignation was asked for by
Attorney -General McReynolds. This eliminates nnv McCarn influence
and gives Judge demons a chance to retain his position,
EMBEZZLER LOVE FOUND.
Honolulu-Eugene Love, who was charged with embezzling
$300(1 from Lovejoy & Co. and disappeared, was captured in the up
per end of Palolo Valley this morning, hiding in the house of a Portu
guese. He admits his guilt but denies that he lost money gambling.
Friday, Sept. 18.
Sugar: Raws, advanced over night from 5.90 to 5.92.
THE WAR IN CALICIA.
London The Russians operating in Galicia are meeting with con
tinued success. No attempt of the Austrians to check advance vester-
The invader? occupied Sandomerz, driving back the armies of
Danki and Auflenberg.
The Servians going forward to meet the Russians are apparently
meeting with little opposition.
According to a despatch from Athens, the .Servians have aban-
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uuncii liic nuMi irtn c.iy oi .-jciniin. wnicn mey captured a tew days
ago. It is stated that two Austrian warships stationed in the Danube
shelled Seinlin and Belgrade, firing fifty shells into their own eitv
1 lie bemsns withdrew trom range and later crossed back into their
Petrograd- Yesterday the Russians stormed and captured ai
important position near KrzescholT and have crossed the San river.
LET BIRDMEN ALONE
Vienna -Owing to the difficulty of distinguishing friend from foe
Austrian riflemen have been ordered not to fire on airships.
ITALIANS ARE RESTLESS
Rome Uneasiness of Italian civil and military branches
lies, secret mobilization of troops everywhere is rumored.
JAPANESE CAPTURE FREIGHTER
Tokio A German coal freighter captured bv a Japanese destrover
is being convoyed to Sasebo, where the naval board will pass on til e
legality of the seizure. It is believed that she will be confiscated with
her 2,000 tons of coal.
The German cruiser Kniden has sunk five British merchantmen in
the sea of Bengal, all passengers being saved.
IS AUSTRIA DISHEARTENED?
London A despatch from Rome to the Daily Telegraph savs that
Austria is ready to regard its cause as hopeless. The nation is now de
manding that terms of peace be asked of Russia and Seryia, the strug
gle being too much for the armies of the Austrian government.
A PECULIAR STORY
London Reports in circulation regarding disaster that has over
taken the German Baltic Sea fleet received confirmation yesterday from
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It appears that the Germans fought a serious naval battle hp.uppn
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themselves, one division of the fleet mistaking another for the ap
proaching division of the enemv. The battle continued for sometime
before the mistake was discovered. This despatch was nrobablv writ
ten by the same man who sank 19 battleships at the beginning of the
war. Why warships, equipped with wireless and other nieins of iden
tification, should make a mistake in the nationality of fleets is beyond
imagination. ia. uard. isl.j
The Admiralty has announced that the training ship Eishguard,
formerly the battleship Erebus foundered off Portland in a gale. Twen
ty nine of the crew were drowned. '
REPORT FROM BERLIN.
Uerlin Prince ictor, of hchoenberg, is among the dead of the
week in battles.
Prince Joachim, the Kaiser's youngest son, is convalescing.
Prince Karl, the Kaiser's brother-in-law, is said to be severely
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