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Monday, October 5.
Sugar: Raws, 4.918.
Paris Heavy fighting at Soissons hit ween the Allies and Ger
mans. Several lines of trenches have been taken hv the Allies in hand
to hand fighting, the Germans contesting every step of the advance.
The battle on the left is still raging, without advantage to either side.
The official announcements made hist night state that no reports
have been received from the eastern wing nor of operations near Arras
on the extreme northwest, where the enveloping movement has been
going on for some days.
Advices from Bordeaux say that President Poincaire, accompanied
by the Premier and Minister cf War, left the temporary capital at
noon yesterday to proceed by auto to the battle front. The party will
remain several day.-, in the field, visiting the troops, for the purpose of
encouraging them and congratulati 114 them on barverv shown against
tin: enemy, and their success.
London -The Times sees that the var is causing a religious re
vival in Prance. French : ri e--ts are showing great heroism in the field
as well as laboring umchishiv amor.;; the wounded from the battlefields
and refugees. The Times expects a similar religious revival 111 Eng
land. Amsterdam German aviators ire increasing on the Dutch border
The IleliMar. town of I.an-teken h is be j; occujiied bv the Germans.
Antwerp The situation around this city is unchanged. The
artillery duel between the forts defending th.e city and "the Geim-tn
siege batteries still continues. All bridges over the liver Nether have
been destroyed 1y the Belgians to delay operations from the north.
Germans have requested a two-hour ni tnistiee to bury dead who were
killed in unsuccessful assaults 011 outer defenses
Amsterdam It is reported that an IiaiLu nav.d outwent landed
at Avalona, Albania, to prevent the Turks from taking possession of
the cap.ital city has been rouied bv the Turks, with the assistance of
the Austrians. If this report is correct, Italy will probably become in
volved in the war at onee.
Rome Advices from Constantinople say that the Khedive of
Egypt, on a visit to Turkey. is prac'icnl'.y a prisoner. the Sultan having
rdcrcd the Khedive not to leave Constantinople without permission.
REPORT lRC.li BERLIN
Berlin The Antwerp forts waver. St. Catherine ;i:id Dorpweld
forts have been taken. Fort Walheltn is invested. Tennonde is occti
pied by our forces.
A new attempt bv the French t; turn the western wing of our ar
tnv has been S'teccssrtill v repulsed, :'.nd the French arc terrildv excited.
South of Rove ami at Toul sorties by the enemy have lute 11 re
pulsed. THE RUSSIAN SIDE
Petrogr:.d It is officially announced thr.t the battle f Atigustove,
where the German invasion of Saikwi province was repelled, ended
Stturday in the complete defeat of the German arinv, the Germans
fleeing along whole East Prussian front, and abandoning stores and
Thev have lost their heavy artillery.
Russian troops are in pursuit.
Amsterdam It is reported here that the German commander of
the fortress at Koenigsbcrg has aun"iinccd the capture of .1.000 Rus
sian prisoners and eighteen big guns in the battles of Thursday and
STATEMENT BY CONSUL.
Honolulu German Consul Rodeik has received the following re
port from his government: "The general situation is ail right. Our
tight line is progressing aloua a line via Arras, Albert and Rove. The
heights at Rove, which ate of particular importance, have been taken
after terrible battles.
"The center is unchanged.
"Two outer forts along the river Me-use have been t-iken.
'"The advance of stronger forces through the loop at St. Michiel
iias been found impossible so far on account of French counter attack
from Toul The Allies admit, however, that they have sustained enor
mous losses and that the Gen.i.m artillery is strongly superior to their
"African trt ops had to be withdrawn from the field on account of
the colli weather.
"The situation in the east is continouslv favorable. The fall of
Antwerp is imminent. Two forts have already been taken.
"The offensive movement of the Russians in Galicia has been a
complete failure up to the present time.
"The Austrians h Md strong positions between the fortresses of
Przemysyl and Cracow.
'The total number of prisoners taken by the Germans up to Sept.
12 was 220.OO0 men, including 4.102 officers.
"After the Russians had met with reverses from our army, thev
were reinforced beyond Nieinei; and Bebr rivers. The German army
then withdrew for strategical reasons."
MEXICANS STILL FICHT
Xaco General Matorena h:'s made a desultory attack on the for
ces of General Sill, and the latter are replying. American cavalry
troops on border patrol duty along the line i'.djoinimg Xaco are undtr
fire when carrying orders or k.-eping Mexican wounded soldiers off of
MORE D0U31FUL NEUTRALITY
San Francisco The sale to Great Britain for the sum 01 $2.S,00(
)f the dirigible "America", which was built to crosg the Atlantic -is
reported here. It is stated that it will be used for war purposes.
r.CSEt ELIT MARRIED
Morris Rosenbladt, f irmcrly of Waimea,
'iere today to Mrs. Servia, a widow.
Honolulu -The transport Thomas arrived
po-U the transport Dix disabled at Nagasaki.
Judge Asliford uncovered three indictment.-, from secret lib , I tit
nen indicted are a!! out of ti e Territory.
The MeCarn trial was resumed this morning.
Sunday, October. 4
Kauai, will be married
Orient and ic
m of the Allies which reached Ann:
bin thirty miles of the Belgian border
cen made yesterday. The owr-lappinu
nnv , ::i:d the German left is said to be
Sugar: Raws, 4.91''.
Paris The west wing ar
in Friday now extend-, to vi
:untintxus progress having !
n jvement is near Von Kluk's
The Crown Prince's army i 1 the Argonne region has been driven
northward. On the heights oi ihe Metise, the French are j rogr.-.sin-.
coni inuonsly .
London A Hamburg-America line steamship has run the Jap
anese blockade of Tsing Tan, carrying cargo of supplies and atnui ni
tio", into the besieged citv.
lokio 1 lie Japane- 1111:1." swieper Kiyo ..lain was ilcsirovct
vtvUrd.iy. ntakiir; the thini t!: J-ipai:ese h: ye lost.
l.oailon Further advices received from Petiograd give details con
:i rutin 4 di-at r a;k mpted invasion of Russia by the Germans fron
vast Prussia into Hie province oi Mnvaikr, wniic oinciai iicrtnan des
patches report retirement of their troops before the re-inforced Rus
siau army on Nieman river.
Petrograd icporls that the invaders were routed. Central News
patches sav that whole rcj.inr.-nt:-: we: e drowned in Nieman river
dur'iig the retreat, ami that tin- Germans lost all siege artillery
The German Kmpci or, w ho was re ported to have gone to the
front, is said to heve escaped with dillicultv.
In view of this reverse and She Russian'advance on Cracow, Yien
na is preparing for a tiege, and there is talk of moving the seat of the
Austrian government to 1 nnes .ruck, near the German border and
directly south ot Munich.
Rome re, mi Is that an e'id'uss stream of wounded iias been pour
ing into Vietiit 1 lioin t iultci.. and t. imine. is i.niong the unemployed.
Despatch trom German 11 i! ,:i.. iters savs that a portion of tit.-twenty-second
Uussi.in ;irt.y tips, coiii osetl of Silietian troops, was
defeated in a two-days light at .u.;; usto a, in the province of Suwaika.
Death of Lieut. General 011 '1 luota is confirmed.
.Petrograd It is officially announced that Czar Nicholas will start
to the front to join the Russian army repelling the German invasion
of Suwaiki province.
London Landing of the Indian contingent in Marseilles has been
completed and the troops nave iift f. r the licnt. Advices from Ostend
to Lloyd's say that British sle; niei Dawdon, from Hull to Antwerp,
struck a mine in the North Sea and sunk. Nine of crew missing. Des
patches to Central news from South Shields sav that Norwegian steam
er Trunin was wrecked by a Nuth Sea mine yesterday. Two persons
British Admiralty announces that German tactics of laving mines
in the North Sea have forced England to adopt similar measures. A
Roumanian sailing vessel on an Italian steamer have been sunk by
mines in the Adriatic, with heavy loss of life.
Mexico City Provisional President Curruuza yesterday tendered
his resignation to the delegates to t be cc t.ia tree who are trying to
uljustMexicau differences. Members of the Peace Commission refused
to accept resignation.
Honolulu Harry Holt has declined the offer of chiet deputy U.
i". Marshal tendeie:'. by Marshal Smiddv. Sherwood may remain. Ku
liio has filed his nomination papers and fee with Territorial secretary.
London An official announcement from the Allies and Germans
today agree in one particular namely: that General von Kluk, com
tn.tnding German right wing, is retiring northward: but it is shown
that he is still formidable enough to fight hard, for the French admit
that he forced back a French detachment sent from Arras.
Paris Officially announced that the violent action between Ger
mans and Allies near Rove continues uninterruptedly . The enemy'
attacks though strongly reiiiforc.-d hare been repulsed. Nothing notable
taking place between Rheim? nd Argonne. In the latter region the
Kronprinz's army has been driven northward back of a line between
Vnrennes, Lahara.ee and Yinncs and I.aville in the V.'oerve district 1 11
the heights of the Metise. French progress continues, but alwavs
London British soldiers in the field need a million blankets for
winter campaign. The supply lias been exhausted and though many
factories are working full speed thev cannot manufacture the blankets
fast enough. The French are placing orders with English shoe fac
tories for new shoes. The German type of footgear is proving the mor
durable, though the French military authorities ridicule it and declare
it cuinbei some.
Rome King Charles ot Roumania and the Roumanian cabinet
have reached a disagreement over the policy that the country should
pursue in regard to the war. The Cabinet strongly urges the cause of
the Allies and insists on going to war on that side if it goes to
war at all; on the other hand King Charles is loyal to the house of
1 Io'leiizollern and wants Roumania to lend all feasible help to Ger
many and Austria.
Washington The Turkish Ambassador whose criticism of Amer
ican policy in proposing to send American cruisers into Turkish wa
teis and subsequent refusal to withdraw said ctiticisin has reaulted in
bis being persona-i:on grata at Washington.
Tokio Another Japanese mine sweeper has been sunk at Tsing
Honolulu Consul Rodeik received the following cable: "German
right wing progresses at Arras, lbert and Roye. The Sperrforts
Metise chain weakening. The fall of Antwerp is near. Russians strongly
reinforced at Niemen. Germans retire strategically . Austrians in strong
position at Przemyzal and Cracow. The Gueisenau and Scharnhorst
eombarded Papeete, Tahiti."
Paris In eastern war Russians are invading Austria and Est
Prussia. Four German Armv corps have taken positions between the
frontier and. Rher Natnan, East Prussia.
Berlin The German right wing has repubed renewed efforts of
:l:e French troops to outflank it and turn it farther back south of Roye.
The French have been dislodged. Center is unchanged. The Germans
at Argonne hi've advanced substantially. Fort Waehelm, at Antwerp,
worsted by Germans as result of fierce bombardment during the past
few davs. The Russian advance r.cross the River Niemen against Ger
mans in Suwaiki seems imminent.
Honolulu A mandamus has been filed to get election certificate
'mm David Kalatikolani declaring certain candidates elected under
rule of new Primary law. George A. Davis attorney for pettioners.
Marshall Smiddv was inducted into office today.
Saturday, October, 3.
Sugar: Raws, 4.918
Paris- Official announcements made last night indicate that tiic
German army 's right wing has I ecu defeated in a desperate effort to
cheek the continuous advance of the Allies, which is gradually folding
hack that wing in rear of the German main armv. The Germans con
centrated heavily a force near Rove, where a terrific action was fought.
extending away to the noi lhwaid. The German attack has been broken
,uul the Allies have made progress between Roye and Lassignv, dnv-
.. , . . j x r . ,
ing Pack tne weoge wnicii me ciermaus aueinpieu to iorce tnroiigii
their line. Further progress against the Germans has been made north
(jf the Somine, alon a front between Albert and Sonnne river on the
extreme left wing of the French forces.
One di-tachmeut from Arras has fallen back slightly to the cist
ind north of Arras, to prevent tnv further German advance in that
hr-ction French artillery destroyed the bridge by which the Germans
.tten pted to cross the Metise vesterdav.
AN ENGLISH RLrORT
London According to official advices which have reached the
Russian Embassy, ttie German attempt to reach Russian Poland has
teen a complete and disastrous failure.
Germans arc reported to have suffered terrible defeat in western
Hovintn. of I.obz and Surwaki, on the German frontier. Nearly 20,000
iiisoiuis were taken, and it is said that the Germans lost 30,00!) men
killed, and that a great number of guns and transport wagons were
Further despatches from Petrograd say that the Russian General
Staff announced that the reinforced Russian army is defeating the at
tempted German invasion of Russian Pob'iid.
MORE FIuHTlf.G 'N n. Kt
London- Advices received list nig' : iv that there will be more
fighting ii' France before either -duo gives way. The heaviest fighting
now is in the western arm, with the Allies tuning sl-glitly. Reports
tljat the French troops had actually reached Arras is confirmed.
WRECK OF CAELE STATION
Honolulu- -Accounts given bv the captain of the "Kestrrl" in re
gard to the wrecking of the British fable station on Fauning's Island,
punlished in the Advertiser this morning, very inter sting illustrations
show that no efforts were spa-id in the work of vandalism and that the
job ot wrecking the station was veil carried out. The German cruiser
Nurenberg was the vessel calling at Fanning.
Rev. Mr. Wadman sa s th: t there will tie a fight to a finish
against the proposal of Joe Cohen to run his picture show house on
Sunday, and Cohen replies that be will fiht back. (Cohen claims that
the law which provides for open air amusements 011 Sunday, which
was intended for the benefit of baseball, also covers motion picture en
tertainments Ed. Gaud. Isi..)
London All signs point to the conclusion that Germans are to
evacuate France soon. Thev captured the Hedhts of Roye last Wednes
day. After furiou fighting the Allies regaine the Heights today. The
extreme west of the line of Germans is lent back through Chauliues.
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