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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914
old time ques-
Coutimicd from past G
gians are reported to have cut dkes and floodtd the valleys of the low
er Yser river, forcing the Germans to abandon that part of the country.
GERMAN AND FRENCH
London German and French statements regarding happenings
in the field are far from agreeing.
The liritish official strtement tells of continued success of the
French, while Berlin announcements state that more liritish prisoners
have been taken and that the Germans have made substantial inroads
upon the Allie?.
liritish reports say: "We are steadily advancing." The Germans
say: "Today's news from the front is excellent for the Germans."
Germany threatens to take all liritish subjects in Germany priso
ners it Germans arrested in London are not released by November 5.
FINANCIES ARE "ROTTEN"
Honolulu Retiring Territorial Treasurer Coukliug (candidate for
Honolulu county treasurer) states that the books of thecountv treasur
er show the finances of the Ciiv and County of Honolulu to be in a
"rotten condition. V
Paris By the inundation of the vallev of the lower Yser through
cutting of dykes; the Belgians liave foiccd Germane to abandon their
last foothold on the south bank- of the river.
London The Russian ambassador at Constantinople has been
withdrawn. Consuls ordered to leave
Petrograd The Russian capital is seething with
greatest that has occured since Germany declared war
Public opinion welcomes the opportunity to settle the
Washington Military experts say Turkish artillery is weak, and
has not been repaired since the Balkan war; other branches of the
army being in similar unprepared state.
Developments caused by the sudden entry of Turkey into the
European conflict bv their offensive action against Russian cruisers,
involves the Balkan States, also Greece, Italv, Asia, Africa, and per
Ambassadors representing the Allies long ago warned Turkey
that if she entered actively into the War, the Mediterranean fleets
would bombard her ports in Asia. Allies and Balkans will now be
drawn into active conflict, which may extend to Egypt, Persia, Ara
bia and the effect on Moslems is very problematical.
London The Times savs the Allies are ready for Turkey. The
Ottoman Empire will soon be but a memory. The Turks will be rele
gated to obscure valleys back of Asia minor.
Washington The Immigration Station at Honolulu has been or
dered to arrange with the Japanese Consul for deportation of Chinese
crew taken from the Aeolus.
Honolulu Conkling has resigned. He says his act may affect
Inspector Conwav will decide whether Kukui remains here.
County Attorney forbids Japanese aviators from flying at Moana-
McCarn on stand in own defense.
Carl Spaeth introduces international law in his trial.
District Attorney Thomas secures conviction in his first case.
Friday, October 30.
Sugar: Ravts, 3.64.
TURKEY JOINS GERMANY.
London Turkey has joined in the war as an ally of Germany.
The cruiser Breslau, flying the Turkish flag, bombarded Theodo
sia, on the Black Sea. The Goeben has also fought a successful action,
sinking the Russian ship Yalta, while the Zubach, which came to the
relief of the Yalta, was topedoed and sunk.
Report of the Goeben's action cime from Kcitch.
FIGHTING IN AFRICA
London Sharp fighting is taking place in Africa. In the Kama
roon Protectorate, where British and French forces have been onerat
iug, Edea has been occupied, the German garrison making vigorous
resistance. General Botha, leader of the Boers, fighting with the
Allies has reported complete defeat of commandoes led by General
lievers, who holds a commission from the Germans and who had arm
ed his men with German rifles. Bevers has disappeared. German sub
marine that attacked the "Yenerable" has been sunk by the latter.
Parliament has been summoned to meet on November 11. Premier
Asquith will ask for another 5500,000,000. txpenses of war, loan.
CLEARING OSTEND FRONT.
Washington The American consul at Ostend has been ordered
hi the German military commander to vacate seafront around Ostend
THE RUSSIAN BORDER.
Pctrograd - The Russians now occupv Surykow Leshow and No
wemiaste, on the wav toward the Silesian border.
The Galician situation is unchanged. Russians on the offensive
along the San river. Germans are attacking Russians along East Prus
sian border at Bakalargevo.
NEWS FROM TOKIO
Tokio 0 i account o f newspaper criticims, Admiral Prince
Louis, ot Uattenberg, first Lord of the Admiralty, has lesigned. King
George immediately appointed him one of his privy counsellors. Ad
miral Fisher su ceeded him as first sea lord.
TSING TAU'S FALL EXPECTED
The fall of Tsing Tan i-- expected within ten days. Japanese guns
have already reduced principal fortifications.
HOW TURKEY STARTED
Paris Turkey, without a declaration of war, or notification of
nnv sort, entered into fighting yesterday, her cruisers appearing of!
the Black Sea entrance to the Sea of Az.off, and one Crimean port was
bombarded for an hour.
Greece has l.mded a foice of 1,200 men in southern Albania ior
The first intimation that Turkey had entered the war came when
the Turkish protected ruis-r Hamid appeared off the port of Novoros
susk and demanded the surrender of the place, threatening bombard
ment unless a cash indemnity were handed over and city assured
The Turkish consul at the place was placed under arrest as'a re
ply to this demand, also lnemhi'it: nf m,.,-c,.,,.,1 ..t.,fr mm... .i
withdrew. A Turkish cruiser simultaneously appeared at Theodosia at
western entrance to the Sea of Azoff. a Crimean port, and demanded
the surrender of the city. Being refused the city was bombarded for
an hour, many prominent buildings being destroyed. The cruiser then
REPORT FROM GERMANY.
r .-r er,liGt:''"'ai'y cla'if Mu gains west of Lille, where several
fortified olaces have been taken from the British
A PARIS VERSION.
, . 1a.risr A" ofilciaI war ""Hetin reports continued success of the
Allies in France.
CONKLING REFUSES TO RESIGN
Conkling refuses to give up his office as Territorial treasurer
The resignation of McCarthv, the new Territorial treasurer, "from
the office of county treasurer has been accepted by the Supervisors and
M. II. Druinmoud appointed to act as county treasurer until the end
of McCarthy s term Dec. 31, 1914,
The estate of Mrs. Alexander Young is valued at S500.000.
Two soldiers were run down by an auto last night and seriously
injured. The driver of the machine escaped.
Herman Schultze succeeds F. A. Schaefer as consul for Austro-
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EOR THE SENATE
Sept. 15, 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I wish to extend niv sincere
thanks to the voters of Kauai for
the support given me in the
primary forthe Reptihlican nomina
tion for the Senate.
I feel that I can rely upon mv
past record in the Senate as a legi
timate and reasonable basis of ap
peal to the voters of Kauai for their
support at the polls in November
Very truly yours,
E. A. Knudsen.
island" published weekU at Li-
hue. Hawaii, requirei
HON J. II. COXEY.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I beg t o acknowledge, with
thanks, the support given me in
all the precincts in the primary for
the nomination on the Republican
ticket for the House.
Soliciting your individual and
united support, in the campaign,
and at the polls in November,. I am.
J. H. Coney.
Representative Sixth District.
Sept. 15, 1914.
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everyone who voted for me in the
primary and gave me the nomina
tion as a Republican candidate for
the House of Representatives.
If elected, I promise the people
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I solicit your support and votes
at the regular election in Novem
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