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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27 1914,
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LATEST iilELESS NEWS
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COTTON MAY PASS.
Washington Sir i;tiwar( (;rev ..1S ot;-uli ,i,e tate Departtnent
that liyland will not interfere with shipments of American cotton to
MEXICANS FIGHT AGAIN.
E! I'aso - The armistice in Mexico wns broken yesterday when
i':e forces of President Carran.a attacked the town of l'arral. General
Villa's defenders repulsed the attack. 300 killed.
Honolulu The German schooner Hermes arrived safely.
The Aeolus prisoners have been put aboard one of the Gernmn
te vessels in the harbor.
ENGLAND AND SUGAR
The British consul at Honolulu has receives! definite
tin. efiVct that suyar made anywhere in the enemy's country will tint
:i!!ol(1 to Ik. imported into anv nnrt of' Hrvif iwiiin Ti,;,
i - - . , , mi w , V.WU-
j iirms a pres despatch of a few days a-o to the effect that such action
would He taken.
Sunday, October 25.
StiRar: Raws, 4.45.
Amsterdam -The Berlin Gazette publishes a report of fighting at
Tsinj! Tau. and ckims victory by Germans over the Japanese.
Washington The Senate yesterday ratified two ir.nti..c
I Portugal, one piovidiiiR for arbitration in case of differences and the
! other tor a permanent peace commission.
Geneva- The icport of the retirement of General Von Moltke,
German chief of staff, has been confirmed. His successor has not vet
. PeiroKrad The Russian war office states that the retreating Ger
j man armv has been forced to Hand and face the hotly pursuing Rus
jsian armv, the result beinw- fierce hand-to-hand fighting between the
; Riissiin adv. nice and the German rear guard.
South of the Piliea. on road leading to Radom, the German-Aus-
j u ian army was forced to make a stand and a .severe battle resulted.
The army in Galicia has been uuifonnlv successful.
; Germans along the San river have been repulsed.
j ienna -A strong Servian and Montenegrin force, acting in con-
junction against Austrian armv, have been heavily defeated ntar Xo-
j lieilin A tremendous Erench attack has been launched against
,our lines between Point -a Mousson and Garonville, along the road to
! Pai is --An official statement issued yesterday says tint the
j I'l -tich are actively on the offensive on their right, in the Woevrt
district and Argonne,
The western armv has made an advance and occupied the village
t o! Mel icoiirt .
The battle on the Allies left is still in progress from the Belgian
coast north of Ostein! to Arras.
Tiie Allies are holding firmly in cluck all attacks and in places
Silinas- George Kodt.i. self confessed murderer cf Artist Woods
Smith, h s been sentenced to life imprisonment on recommendation of
i the jury .
; San Francisco Xorman Smith, assistant in the public works of
Ike at Mare Island, has been ordered to Honolulu for duty at Pearl
; I Iarbor navy yard.
London The German Governor ot Antwerp will not coerce Bel
gian labor in digging trenches or any occupation direcLly benefiting
niilitai forces. Germans there have been frantically searching for re
: lalives -i nee refugees started to return.
j London -The tone of the German papers indicates that the Bel
'. gian campaign is of critical importance. The outcome will decide the
tatj ot France. The battles now being fought mark tremendous crisis.
(Vin.uO'i Germans have been assigned to reinforcement of the German
' l ight.
Paris -The French have made material advance west cf Nieuport
near Lingeiieick and between Arnientierres and Lille.
Vienna A btrong Servian and Montenegrin force is acti::g against
the Austrian armv, and has been defeated near Xokro nnrl f.r,l t
The picture ! Washing
;ton- T h e German Ambassador here announces that
ateh of woods whatever the outcome of th. ., Germany will respect the Monroe
London Kaiser Wilhclui has been personally in the battlefield
ami was once nearly captured.
Chicago- The demand for supplies by European powers has re
in giam buyers cleaning out 1 he local market. Milled flour niov
E.r.. ipe direct in great cuantities. Grain expo! ts have been stini-
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-the war demands reaching huge amounts. Largest volume
1 s s.'ikv the outbreak of the war.
Vork--Beach Thompson, Piesident of Poulsen Wireless Co.
; B-amtz Rumored death of Porfiro Diaz is denied,
i Honolulu--Wir. less from the Matsonia says J. Lightfoot is on
i wav l'i shington to land McCarn's job. Rumored that Thetis fired
j on Timpan to enforce neutrality.
! San I'lam isco The Shinvo Maru arriving here today was con
I voved by cruisers Kongo and Asama. Eightjapaue.se warships, be-
side British and French, are guarding the Pacific lanes,
j Washington A filibuster engineered to prevent adjournment of
j Congress was broken up today, Congress adjourned at 4 o'clock.
Honolulu -James Lvk- and wife are celebrating their diamond
I Saturday, October 24.
S'igar: Raws advanced to 4.45.
i Petrograd -An official statement of the war office says that the
i Germans are making practically no resistance to vigorous attacks of
'tlie Russians, who have crossed the Vistula river north, towards the
j southern boundary of lwst Prussia, and will resume efforts to occur v
! the district between the Prussi ;ii southern border and their own forces
; which are still operating in East Prussia from the north and east.
The German retreat south of Warsaw continues, with the Russians
! pressing closely on the German rear. The Russians have captured
j large quantit ies of war stores, ammunition and supplies in trenches
I below Ivangorod abandoned by the reserve corps of the Prussian guard.
1 Austrian aimies continue to fight stubbornly along the Vistula
i and the San rivers, where the Russian columns are advancing south
; towards the Vidrany Pass, through the Carpathian mountains, and east
j toward Cracow.
: Resistance in the south ii particularly fierce against divisions
operating below Prtfinysl.
i Tlu-ie is no change in the situation in East Prussia, the Russian
! invaders dimply holding their own.
BOMBS USED AT WARSAW
; London A dispatch from Moscow says that during the aggressive
niovi ment of the Germans against Warsaw, their airships threw
bombs daily into that citv. On October 19 fourteen bombs from air
aft exploded in the streets. Very little damage was done to build
gs. but nine persons were killed and 56 Wounded.
JAPANESE RED CROSS
lokiw- A Rid Cross detachment nf lurmnHW ilnrtnrc 1ft 1-
ve of I.ihnc, : V'eioav tor service on the battlefields of Europe.
immediate NOTED MEN KILLED
tticle c; rries London Lord Cavendish, Lieutenant Sir R. G. 1. Duff (Ivnglish)
. ml .., "' 1'i'ice of Ik-.se (German) have been killed in battle.
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