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Cettcngie A French cruiset lias sunk an Austrian submarine
sent from Cctaro to operate against the French fleet in the Adriatic
Louden The British cruiser 'Undaunted' and two torpedo boat
destroyers captured the,Ger:iiaU mini, phuiter in the north Sea; which
was disguised as a hospital ship. The government cannot confirm this
Berlin The enemy's attack West and North of Lille has been re
pulsed by the Germans with severe losses. No change in the general
l'jris Allies having" repulsed attacking forces have now advanced
to Roulose; also between the Lys and the canal of La Basse, we have
advanced co Ablain, working from house to house against stubborn
Vienna The Austrian General .Staff estimates that the Russians
lost 40,000 in the attack on I'r.einysl.
Rome RouiiKiida lias seized 150 German trucks laden with am
munition consigned to Turkey.
Constantinople The Turkish Government has again broken prom
ise and declined to repatriate the crews of the German cruisers Goeben
and Hreslatt which interned here. Turkey has informed the Allies that
the question of status is one for Turkey alone to determine and of
purelv domestic concern.
Tokio Tl:e" Japanese cruiser Takachiho was sunk by a :v.ine last
Saturday, 28 officers, 5 1 non-commissioned officers and 89 members
of crew perished.
Conkling says the war is responsible for failure to negotiate sale
of Territorial bonds. Says Hawaii is not only place to suffer.
Special panel is necessary for the McCaru case-five jurymen chal
lenged for cause; dismissed by Judge Whitney.
Chinese baseball team back from the mainland with belts full of scalps.
Fred Waldrou appointed reg'.nt College of Hawaii.
Police believe they have leaders of gang of toughs who tried to do
Monday, October 1 9.
Sugar: Raws, 4.34.
London Official despatches from Vienna Saturday report that
Austrian military operations against Rpssia ate progressing favorably
in G.ilicia. The battle line extends through Sambor, on the east, to
Medvn, on. trie Russian hordrr. Many thousands are engaged on both
'ides. Operations along the San river have resulted in successive re
verses to the Russians. North of Wyskow, the attempted advance of
the Russians was repulsed.
WHAT HIE RUSSIANS SAY
Petrograd No new developments in east Prussia, and along the
Til'.' attempt of the Austrians to cross the the San river was re
pulsed. South of Przmysl. fighting continues.
Austrian reinforcements are reported to be advancing through the
Carpathian mountains northward into Galicia.
THIS IS FROM THE FRENCH
Paris Despatches from Nishi say that the Austrians were again
defeated by the Servians near Driua river. Three attacks directed by
the Austrians against the right wing of the Servians were repulsed
the Austrian infantry being p:actieallv annihilated.
On the night of October 12. the Austrians - were repulsed with
enormous losses in a battle fought on the river San.
AS BERLIN SEES IT
Berlin The Russian newspapers of Lech say that all prisoners of
war tnat Russia has capaiied, including the officers, are being sent to
The general war situation is unchanged.
AMERICAN STEAMER HELD
Halifax The steamship Brindilla, flying the American flag, for
merly the German steamer Washington, has been brought to this
wort as a war prize by the British cruiser Carmania. She is believed
to be a Standard Oil tanker.
THE FIGHTING IN FRANCE
London The war office announces officially that British troops
have made good progress during the continual fighting in northern
France. In tiie past few days the Allies have driven the Germans back
more than thirty miles.
The total number of killed, wour.cled and missing between
September 12 and October 8 i-;: Officer;, 561, men, 12,980.
The German mini.-iler of the navy arrived yesterday at Antwerp.
The German army, advancing from Ostend, is between Four lies
and Dunkirk, less than ITfly miles from the coast of Dover.
An anti-German riot broke out in London Saturday night, when
a score ot shops owned by German residents were demolished and
-ome pillaged. Twenty arrests were made by the police, but the riot--,ng
continued and the police were obliged to restore order a second
iinie, and take steps to ensure the safety of Germans against whom
the fury of the mob was directed.
The attacks were the result of the growing resentment of the
people over the activities of German spies in England. Many homes
ot Germans have been starched, r.nd in some quantities of ammunition
and bond's have been fni'ind. This led to the discovery of prepared
p-isitions in Scotland and Fngland similar to those found in France
and Belgium, where, under various pretexts, the Germans had pre
pared concrete stands for the location of siege guns befoie the war.
All Germans connected with, these treacherous enterprises have
been taken into custody and their . elongings seized.
PARIS REPORTS FIGHTING
rai ls I he ( jertnans we; e if piiNju yesteroay in two violent at
tacks east of St. Die. The armv of Crown .Prince William at
;!i'it made desperate efforts to break through the French lines,
otli attacks were repulsed with heavy loss to the Germans.
1 he J5eigi.ins are liohling the iine at the scr river, in licigium,
n.d repulsed an attark cms crosMiig of the river.
Ai liientierris was retaken bv the Allies yesterday
Between Arras and Ostend some progress has been made. Troops
in the light wing and center remain stationary.
EARTHQUAKE IN GREECE
Athens From districts in the zone of the earthquake, hundreds
of people are reported to have been buried in the ruins of Thebes.
ROBBERS MAKE A HAUL
Sedro Pandits robbed a bank here, securing ?20,00(). During
running ngni wnien ioi;oweu. tin ee citizens, including one hov, were
rounded, the boy dving of his wounds later.
A STEAMER BURNS
Portland The steainsh:p Sat, la Catalina was burned yesterday in
ihe Coloumbi.i river, the file being caused by an explosion below
THE BATTLE AT NACO
N.u-o Ihtough special permission of the
Tinted States govern
ment, 250 Mexicans wounded in battle across the border have been
i.rought he re for surgical treatment. A majority of them were able to
return to Mexican soil soon after their w muds were dressed.
The attack on Naco is slackening.
Honolulu --Soldiers suspected of combining to do up hoodlums in
alibi were gatheied in bv a provost guard last night and taken to
the Fort Shatter calaboose.
Johnuu Puu was found with his hands tied behind his back and a
cotd around his neck, in a canoe on the beach yesterday. He was in
bad physical condition. There is so far no clue to Hie perpetrators.
Sunday, October 18.
Loudon- All Kngland is alarmed over prospect of visit of air
fleet. Search-lights play all hours of the night on look out lor the air
The Admiralty announces an engagement of naval flotillas off the
coast of Holland yesterday in which Germans were wiped out, four
destroyers being sunk by the British. The lrtter lost one officer and
four men wounded.
WILL COST $10,000,000,000.
Paris It is estimated by experts that the war will cost ten billion
REPORT FROM THE FRONT.
Battlefront The Allies have been successful in preventing the
Germans from reaching the objective points, and are holding them
safely in check. The hope of the Germans to reach Dunkirk and the
French hannel will not be realized.
Operations yesterday dwindled into an artillery duel, which was
carried on incessantly.
VON KLUK RETIRED
Paris It is stated that General Von Kink has been superseded
as head of the troops after two days battle at front. Generul Von Ar
ui ii succeeds him.
No developments during the day in French theater of war.
Davis Grey, brother of Sir Edward Grey, was an observer in an
aeroplane that was captured at Peronne by the Germans.
LIQUORS ARE MADE TABU
Amsterdam Owing to reports of drunkkenness reaching the ears
of the war department, an ordet has been issued forbidding the sale of
liquor to the people of that part of Belgium now in German hand".
Officers are forbidden to drink in any house where they have been
AUTO COMPANY FAILS
Indianapolis The Premier Motor Car Company is in hands of a
receiver on account of falling off in business.
MRS. ALEX. YOUNG DEAD
Honolulu Mrs. Alexander Voting died yesterday after an illness
of several weeks. Three of her daughters will return from the Coast
in the Sierra tomorrow.
Clerk Murphy, of the Federal court, has been instructed from
Washington to receive applications of Japanese residents for naturali
zation. Murphy seems to feel that this work does not come withiu the
duties laid down for his office.
There was a mutiny aboard the German refugee ship Aiders yes
terday and thirteen of the crew, claiming to be British fcubjects, jump
ed overboard. They are now in custody of the Honolulu authorities.
In the football game between the McKinlev Highs and Punahou.
live former won. 6-0.
C. II. ("'Klondike") Brown has resigned from the Civil Service
Commission on account of his candidacy for the Hous of Representatives.
There is an unconfirmed rumor here that the resignation of U.
S. District Attorney McCarn has been asked tor.
Sugar: Raws, 4.39.
Berlin The Germans have reached the North Sea near Ostend.
Fighting is continuous as fat as Dunkirk. Belgium is almost coniplete-
in the hands of the Germans.
ALLIES REPORTED CUT OFF.
The Allies are leported to be cut off on all sides, particularly
A FRENCH VERSION.
Paris The Germans have now crossed the line between Ostend
and Mettlin. Matters on frontier relatively quiet. On the left wing the
situation is unchanged. Near Arras and at Mihiel the Allies are gain
WAS NEUTRALITY VIOLATED.
Washington -Senator Thomas, of Colorado, protests against the
iction of the French cruiser Conde in searching the American ship
'Metapan". The Cor.de forced five Germans bound for neutral port,
to sign parole papers that they would not fight.
The proceeding is said to have constituted an outrageous violation
of neutrality laws.
London The steam trawler ' Ajax", from Grimsby, has struck
floating mine. Nine of the crew were killed.
MEXICANS KILL AMERICANS
Naco Four regulars and three civilians on American soil have
been wounded bv stray bullets from the fighting around the Mexican
part of Naco, across the international border. Two of the soldiers ore
expected to die.
Honolulu A big oil fire occurred today from the seepage from
he huge tanks at Iwilei. I here is, however, no danger of names
The Japanese S. S. Slnnyo Maru arnved today from the Orient.
She was not captured by Germans nor was she convoyed by JaDanese
warships. The stories of convoy are contradictory.
The expenses of U. S. District Attorney McLarn to v ashington
cost the Government $441.00.
Father Conrardy, for many years stationed at the Molokai settle"
inent, is dead in China, according to letters just received Here.
FAMOUS R. R. CASE ENDED.
New Vork The decree of the U. S. Government in ordering a
dissolution ot the New Haven Railway combine has been filed in the
Saturday, October I 7.
Sugar; Raws, 4.51.
ON THE FIRING LINE
London Despatches from the battlefront tell of heaw fighting
on the French left, where the positions f the Germans, owing to con
stant pressure forward of the Allies, is becoming untenable.
The battlefront now extends 360 miles, from Ostend to the Swiss
bolder, southeast ot Mulhausen, with fighting in progress along the
greater part of the line.
The Germans attempted to turn the left o the Allies in order to
take Ostend, Dunkirk and Calais. A furious advance of the Allies,
however, from Vpres to cut the German line between Lille and Court
rai rendered this effort unsuccessful.
According to a battlefront report, the Germans have leen compell
ed to fall back to Oudenard. 12 miles south of Ghent.
The Allies hold the road from Ostend to Lille, and hold Lavenge.
10 miles from Lille. The German right is considered to be in a critical
During the day the Germans made one strong offensive movement,
attempting to capture Arras, but it proved disastrous, being beaten
b'ick bv fhe French
The German advance was repulsed at Malancourt.
CHOLERA CAUSED RETIREMENT
Rome Ten thousand cases of Asiatic cholera are reported among
the soldiers of the Austrian army, which is the reason that the Russians
drew away. The Russian campaign against the Austrians has been
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Reichelt In Lihue, October 12.
1914. to the wife of Hans Reichelt.
assistant bookkeeper of the Lihue
Plantation Company, a son.
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