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THIS GARDKN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, N0VKMB1-R 10, 1914
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Monday Afternoon. I
Paris Advices from the battiefront, in Belgium and France, to
gether with opinions of experts, agree that Germans are preparing a;
heavier assault upon the lines ot the Allies near Ypres.
Loudon Berlin admits Russians have advanced bevond the river
Warthe in Kast Prussia. The German retreat has passed Czerslecho
va, without stopping. The armies of the Allies are on three points of
German soil In Silesia. Kast Prussia and Alsace
Paris Advices from Vienna sav that Russians are rapidly advan
cing on Cracow. Cholera continues to spread in Vienna.
J Copenhagen Germany is reported to be making enormous prepa-'
rations for winter campaign against the Allies, tents, sieigns. anti
furs an: being sent to the arm v. at the front.
London Constantinople people are rebellious over the war situa
tion, says the correspondent of one of the dailv London papers; and
reports are that the Turkish treasury is empty. .Many spies eourt
martialled and executed.
Paris Official statement is to the effect that on the battle-l'runi
between Dixmunde and the Lvs we have progressed along the in .jot
portion of the line. Our advance is slow because the enemy has re
newed the offensive and fog retards progress.
Washington. Animal foot and mouth disease is in nianv large
cities, including Chicago. It has been traced to the Canadian line.
All shipments of livestock from Canada is now quarantined.
Honolulu Sugar selling at SS0.20; and higher prices are expected.
Work on the Pearl Harbor drvdock is to go on; an agreetnei't be
tween the government and the contractors having been reached after
one year of negotiations.
OFFICIAL GERMAN STATEMENT
Honolulu German Consul Rodeik supplies the following: Berlin
officially announces that whatever advantages were won during the
week were German and Austrian. The Turkish army is crossing Si
nai Peninsula and is marching on Egypt. The Kinir of Afghanistan
has transgressed the Indian frontier in great strength, and is being as
sisted by border tribes. The British port of Yarmouth was bombard
edfbv German ships on Novertnber 3. Pate of damaged ships Glasgow
and Otranto not ascertained. The number of prisoners in German
hands totals 430,000, of which 192.000 are French, 190,000 Russians,
Vand the rest Belgians and British. This is not counting thousands
interned in Holland.
EAST PRUSSIA SITUATION
London Reports of situation in Kast Prussia, Poland and Galicia
from Russian and German and Austrian sources are utterly at variance.
Official announcements from Berlin and Vienna sav that Russians
everywhere are defeated or pressed back, while, Russian official reports
indicate continued progress, while German invasion of Poland has
ended in defeat. Continued accounts of routing Gentian invaders in
Petrograd announced vesterday as follows: "Our cavalry pene
trated German territory on the left bank of the Vistula and have
laniaged railway northwest of Calaiz on cistern border. Hae dis
lodged Germans in regions of Wirballen, pressing th -in back on the
line of the San river. Have cap'.ttred 125 officers and-12,000 soldiers.
Reports from various places indicate Jiritish and Russians attaekine
Turks at frontier towns and outposts. Turkey is coming closer t.
war with Creece."
Vienna Despite Servian resistence. all intrenchnients near Koru
pani were taken at 5 o'clock yesterday. The position at Kostajnik,
which the enemy believed to be unconquerable, was taken by storm.
BATTLING IN FRANCE.
London Both in east and west France, the Germans, with their
attillery, have fallen back on the defensive, and have abandoned for
the present their desperate attempt to break through the line of the
Allies around Ypres, where the Genitalis sacrificed an enormous num
ber of men. On account of heavy fog yesterday, there was a total
cessation uf fighting in Belgium.
CONDITIONS AT TSINGTAU
Tokio General Kaniio, the Japanese commander at Tsingtatt, will
be made governor of the place,
The surreudei of Tsiugtau was virtually unconditional.
IN SOUTH AFRICA
London Advices from South Africa say that Union defense for
ces under General Botha continue to round no South African rebels.
THE MEXICAN HUDDLE
New York General Guederrez has been imprisoned by Villa for
refusing to be dominated by the latter. Carrauza accuses Villa of hav
ing forced Gueoerrcz to accept Provisional Presidency at the conven
several days for repairs, interned at midnight last night.
The steamer Locksun, which arrived here unci -r the guise of a
merchantman but is really a tender for the German n vy, has been re
quired to intern at the same tune, under instructions trout Washing
ton. FIGHTING IN FRANCE ,
Paris With Boulogne as the objective, the Germans made a .su
preme effort to break through the lines of the Allies at Arras, a larire
number of big guns being brought up to batter a way through. The
French defenses are cannonading terrifically. Last night slelis fell in
Arras at the lale of 82 to the minute. The French line is holding fast,
the artillery replying to the Get man guns.
The German offensive extends from Roulers to Moselle.
The Allies' offensive on the extreme north are pushing the attack
The greatest effort of the Germans, outside of the bombardment
of Anas, is against the Allied' position on the Lys.
Continued on page's,
IN CIRCUIT COURT
EARTHQUAKES AND VOLCANOES
San Francisco Severe earthquake last night in the San Jose
region. Two Greeks at a stone quarry were killed by overturned
rocks crushing into the plant. No other casualties.
Naples Volcanic eruption of Vesuvius has reached an acute
stage. New fissures have opened and great quantities of lava are be
ing belched forth.
Kobe The British steamer Shirley, from New York to Hong
kong, went on the rocks at this place yesterday, has been abandoned
and will be a total loss. No lives l st.
THE "CANNON .BALL" STOPS v
Honolulu -Representative Kaniho died suddenly yesterday of
Stanley Strader has been arrested for passing bogus checks to
cover gambling debts.
Sochi Abe, the Japanese journalist arrested November 2 at Pearl
Harbor on suspicion of being a spv, has been released.
Bishop Restarick has come out strongly against the proposed reli
gious crusade of Billy Sunday, the spectacubr evangelist,
A. B. Angus, of Honolulu, has been appointed Deputy Supreme
Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias for Hawaii.
Sunday, November 8.
THE GEIER INTERNS
Honolulu The German cruiser Gcier, which 1ms been in this port
Cases in Judge Dickey's court
have thus far been disposed of as
Joe Carvalho vs. Mrs, Lawrence
Maioho, assumpsit, appeal dis
missed. Chikaku Nichikawa vs. Tovaki
chi Kato. assumpsit, set for Dec.
1-4 at 9:30 a. m.
Kauai Trading Company vs.
Mrs. Lawrence Maioho, appeal
Territory of Hawaii vs. Mariano
Barola, attempt to commit rape,
nolle pros, entered.
Territory vs. Grcgoria Reves.
assault and battery with a weapon,
pica of guilty and sentenced to not
less than two nor more than five
years at hard labor.
Territory vs. Juan Paccro, mur
der, to be arraigned later, defen
dant being very sie-k.
Frederieh IKinriih Georg I.ohr
was admitted to citizenship.
The freighter Columbian will
arrive at Port Aller. next week,
date not yet certain,
OF LATE ELECTION
Kuhio had simply a "walk-over"
in the election, McCandless
being left farther behind than at
any previous elections in which
these two candidates have figured.
John C. Lane, Republican, de
feated Mavor Joe Fern, at Hono
lulu, by 900 votes. The Honolulu
city administration is solidly Re- ,
publican except for the office of
Sheriff, Chas. H. Rose, Democrat,
defeating William Henry, Repub
lican, by a little over 600 votes.
The closest vote in the election
was between Robert Homer, Re
publican, and Lester Petrie. Demo
ciat, for Supervisor, they coming
out only 78 votes apart, in favor
of the former.
On the mainland the Democrats
appear to have increased .their ma-
jority in the U. S. Senate by five,
and seem still to have a majority
of 25 in the House.
Washington and Orecon were
added to the list of "dry" States
ns a result of the election.
Lawai cannery will ship 1,001
cases of pineapples by the Hiloni
an, leaving Pert Allen at the weekend.