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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1914
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London A supreme test between the Germans on the east and the
Russians is about to be made. Two huge armies are in touch, and the
battle is momentarily expected. The Russians in great strength have
occupied a line along the whole western frontier of Polmd. extending
to East Prussia and Galicia. Outposts of both armies have cUshcd
ong a front of more than 100 miles, and both sides realize that the hour
has come for the main trial of strength there. The Russians have the
advantage, being on ground of their own choosing. They have cap
tured all of the important positions around Prozemysl and have com
pletely isolated that stronghold, which is strongly entrenched. Farther
west near the Silesian border troops of the Czar have reached Cracow,
the extreme south end of main German line, and have commenced a
London A fortnight of incessant and furious battling leaves
the battle of the Aisne undecided. German dettachments are superlative
ly ood; their strengch being one of the most remarkable features of
Paris Heavy and furious fighting is taking place between East
and West wings of all armies. We have advanced slightly between
Soissons and the River Aisne. The enemy crossed the Meuse to St.
Michel in Woerve region. In the south we continue to make progress;
the fourteenth German corps has been forced to retire after great loss
es. Bordeaux Ministry of Marine announces that a French gunboat
has surprised and occupied Coco Beach in Kameroun. German West
London Telegrams from the Russian frontier say that the seige
of Cracow has been begun by the Czar's forces.
Rome The Mediterranean fleet of the Allies is bombarding Cat
tro on the Adriatic. (Austrian port.)
Lom'.ou Correspondents at the front report that the French are
using explosive cas in shells, something new to warfare. Men are
found dead standing in an upright position, without wounds and with
their fingers on their gun's trigger.
Terrible scenes are reported in the rear of the armies. They claim
insufficient facilities for the care of the wounded who are without food
or attention for two day3, and wounds festering from lack of surgical
Saturday, September 26.
Sugar: Raws, 4.918.
Honolulu The steamer Makura, of the C. A. S. S. line, has ar
rived in Vancouver. She is said to have reached Hawaiian waters
and then changed her course without stopping in Honolulu.
MEXICAN WAR IS ON
Douglas, Arizona Villa opened hostilities yesterday by routing
the Constitutionalists forces udner General Hill near Santa Barbara
Hills, The Utter are under full retreat toward Santa Cruz and des
troying bridges along line of flight.
Presideo Mexican forces are clashing near Ton eon, Mexico.
Mexico City President Carranza has issued a statement in
which he says Villa is asking impossibilities, and adds that the Con
stitutionalists forces are ready for any emergency.
Washington Although it was thought that the split between il
ia and Carranza could be patched up, Villa remains silent, except with
statement that he will guarantee safety of foreigners.
San Antonio, Texas A committee of military chiefs has been sel
ected by Carranza to mediate grievances.
Wash neton American troops will be heict at v era cruz on ac
count of severed means of communication with Mexico City.
THE EUROPEAN WAR.
Paris The Germans are falling back on the right and left wings,
after having gained temporary success against Ine Angle ot the
A1Hp At Novons the Germans re-inforced bv three corns trom the
left forced back the French line, nearly cutting it. If this had been ac
complished it would have left large forces at Peronne and Roisel sep
arated from the main army. Keintorcemenis were nurrieu nuo me
fitrVit however, and the French resumed the offensive, driving the
Germans back and regaining much of the lost ground.
The enveloping movement continues successfully, and the enemy
is fallimr back from the attacks of the Allies. The offensive tactics of
the Allies is trrnwimr in force and the situation is now such that the
Germans must either fall back towards their entrenched lines at ftlau
beige or have their possible retreat into Belgium prevented.
The center remains practically unchanged.
A suv in the French lines caught signalling to the Germans the
position of the French, enabling the enemy to secure exact informa
Hon of nositions and movements, was shot.
Renter's despatch says an aeroplane dropped three bombs into the
ship-building yard at Boulogne, but damage was slight.
A LONDON REPORT
London The Admiralty issued orders yesterday that makes niili
tarv and naval dispositions and interests paramount to saving life in
cases of ships attacked by sub-marines. Ships so attacked must look
out for themselves, and other ships must look, to their own safety in
the same manner as if those ships were engaged with other ships in
Honolulu The new Marconi Wireless Station was successfully
opened yesterday at Kahuku. Rates to San Francisco as follows:
Rush messages 25cts per word. Night messages one dollar for first
13 words; each additional, 8 cents. Week end lettergrams, 25 words,
SI. 50; each additional word, six cents. Week end lettergrams to be
accepted only on Saturday delivery on Monday morning. Land and
cable connections with Western Union Telegreph Co. for delivery with
nil narts of the world.
Waehincrfnn Attorney General Gregory has reversed request of
McReynolds for resignation of Tudge demons. Request withdrawn
this afternoon. U. S. troops are to be withdrawn from Mexico in ten
days. It is believed the Carranza-Villa tumble can be fixed up.
Wilson thinks it inopportune to taiK oi seconu term now.
Berlin Only minor engagements are now taKing piace
frnm Reliniim and Kast Prussia.
London Snow storms and inclement weather have caused a com
plete cessation of war operations in Alsace and Lorraine. Rains and
heaw floods reported to have a similar effect in Galicia, Austria and
Eastern France. Athletes have been appealed to for donations of sweat
ers and heavy' clothing.
Rome it in renorted that Switzerland has refused request ot Ger
. C ...I l.rritnrtr Tf t r a 1 i t v itf
inane to senri tnree armv corps anuaa wsa hhuv.,. ..w. ...
violated Italy will ioin forces with the Allies. The British Admiralty
reports having captured Frederich Wilhelm Harbor in Germ
OetenH A Zennelin has dropped three bombs in this city,
property damaged, but no fatalities reported. Explosions caused pa
Rome A despatch from Basle savs the Germans lost tentnousana
killed and fifteen thousand wounded in the last attack on Verdun.
Paris The Germans have sent three corps from their center and
from Lorraine and the Vosges line to reintoice tne rigiu wing.
Bordeaux The Germans again attacked Rheims Cathedral last
Honolulu The following stock transactions are reported today:
it m .17:,. on Tliln Comm.. l'- 260 H. C. & S., 32; 100 Oa-
hu, 19; 50 Ewa. 23,,4; 5 Mut. Tel., 20. Wailua will pay two dollars a
share October, November and December fifteenth. Ewa will pay extra
dividends of forty cenis per share in addition to regular dividend of
ten cents ou last days of October. November and December.
Friday, September 25.
Sugar: Raws, 5 02.
Washington Secretary Daniels, of the Navy, closed the big Mar
coni wireless plant at Siasconsett yesterday for receiving and deliver
ing a message from a British cruiser to an agent of the British govern
ment in New Vork City.
WILL ATTACK TOMORROW
Tokio Japan will r.o longer treat with Germans for the peaceful
evacuation of Tsing Tau, but will begiu a general attack on the fortifi
cations at daylight tomorrow morning. The Japanese troops are rest
less to begin. Sixteen hundred British troops landed near Kiauchau
are awaiting the opening of the battle.
Peking The English-Japanese attack on Tsing Tau is set for to
morrow. Japanese outposts have crossed into German territory. Ger
mans maintain their positions.
FROM THE GREAT BATTLE
London The great battle along the Aisne, which had halted
during the day, was actively resumed in the afternoon, the German
right being heavily reinforced and making strong offensive movement
against the Allies, whose turning movement is evidently causing the
The Germans attacked in force and for a long time made consider
able headway in the direction of Peronne, attempting to cut the line.
1 hat portion of the Allied army which had advanced to La Catalet,
north of St Quentin. fell back until reinforcements could arrive, whtn
thev in turn advanced, driving the Germans out of Peronne and de
finitely occupying that position. In the German attack, and the count
er attack of the Allies, fighting was furious near Berry-au Bac, on the
Aisne, north of Rheims. The Allies made a determined effort to dis-
odge a concentrated force of Germans entrenched; the Allies meeting
some slight success, but it has been proven difficult to dislodge the
Germans. The attack by the Germain on the Allies' right has been
THE MEXICAN PILIKIA
Vera Cruz Telegraph and telephone communication with the
City of Mexico was cut yesterday, the reason being unknown. Consul
General Canada has requested that General Funston and the United
States forces be permitted by the United States government to remain
ndefinitely at Vera Cruz.
NOTORIETY MAD LADY
Washington Colonel Rosevelt's daughter, Mrs. Derby, the
wife of a doctor, will leave her six months old baby with its father
and go to France to act as nurse to the wounded.
REPORT FROM BERLIN
Berlin It is officially announced here today that the German
heavy artillery is successfully bombarding the French position of Troy
on, Lesparoches. Camp des Romains and Lioumoille.
The cathedral at Rheims was only slightly damaged.
The German admiralty maintains that the three British cruisers
were sunk bv a submarine single handed.
London Kitchener has been appointed rector of Edinburgh
University in order to be eligible to return to the Cabinet position left
by him when he became secretary of war.
Honolulu Sugar: Raws, 5.02.
X(arconi Wireless stction opened today. Messages sent to coast
reached their destination promptly.
London Military experts point out that the fall of Jaroslaw into
the hands of the Russians completes the first stage of the most collosal
military operations ever undertaken. Germans pursuing the Russians
in East Prussia have met with disaster at Subi. Germans are evacuating
hast Prussia to reinforce the line at Kalisz, on Pohsh border.
Tokio A British expeditionary force under Bernardiston landed
yesterday at Layshan Bay and are moving against Tsing Tau.
Paris The Allies have menaced the German attempt to cut off
army operations around Nancy. Germans are losing on the right ad
vance. Nov occupy Peronne. Allies are also advancing on left between
the rivers Somme and Oise. toward Noye. Noyant
London Sixty British naval officers were lost by the sinking of
three British cruisers in the North sea. Chief gunner of the Cressv
says the attack was made by five submarines and one destroyer. The
Germans are making an attempt to pierce the lines of the French
fronts linking Verdun with Toul across North East of Verdun.
This has failed. Center and left of Allies now feel confident. Social
ists in Berlin are turning on the Kaiser and have issued posters call
ing Down with K.aiser; we want peace.
Petro;rrad The fall of Jaroslaw is confiimed.
Honolulu The following stock transactions are confirmed today:
20 Olaa, 5; 40 do . 47i; 110 Olaa. 41; 115 McBrvde. 4-M : 10 Onomea.
32: 10 II. C. & S., 32; 25 H. B. & M., 17; 46 Oahu, 19; 25 Pioneer.
24H: 20 Ewa, 23!.
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Three new and charming nighl
gown designs are shown in the
drawing. The gown on the upper
left is of linen lawn with hand-embroidered
inserts outlined by nar
row "Val" lace Between these
motifs on the front and back are
clusters of pin tucks. "Val" lace
insertion and edging outline the
neck and trim the sleeves. The
gown just below this is simplv but j narrow shirred ribbon. This
daintily trimmed with butterfly made of Persian lawn.
motifs of fine embroidery in an en
circling band of "Val" lace. On
the right is a design, elaborate in
effect but extremtly simple in de
velopment. This consists of two
lengths of shadow lace with square
scallop, placed with scallops touch
ing, the result being a hollow
square showing a satin ribbon
which passes beneath. The join
ling of the squares U hidden by a