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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914
Continued from page 5
The French have advanced in a number of places, driving the
Germans from their trenches in the region of Thiepval, while the tret)
dies the French evacuated northeast of Vallev have been reoccupied
Position on heights of the Meuse was taken by French infantrv in a
BIG GUNS FOR OSTEND.
London -Heavy guns from Krupps are being mounted for s.rviet
at Ostcnd, they being placed so as to face seaward.
Crown Prince George, of Saxony, was wounded in the leg in a re
COTiON LOSS $455,000,000.
Washington The loss to American cotton growers oa account of :
tile war in Europe amounts to the enormous total -of $455,000,000.
CHARLES RANDALL ELECTED.
Los Angeles Charles Randall, Democratic-Prohibition candi
date for Congress, has been declared elected by 55 votes.
BABY GETS FORTUNE.
New York Heinz, the Montana copper king, left his entire for
tune of $1,500,000 to his two and a half vear-old son.
CALIFORNIA JUDGES SCORED.
San Francisco Chief Justice Sullivan, in an addiess yesterday,
mercilessly scored the judges of California, dechring that many were
incompetent and ignorant of the first princi Its of their calling.
AUSTRIAN DEFEAT REFORTED.
Rome According to reliable advices from the front, the defeat of
the Austrians in Galicia is complete. They arc cut off entirclv from
any support by the Germans concentrated at Cracow, and are iieing
driven back upon the Carpathian mountains in disordered condition.
WOMAN AERONAUTIST KILLED.
Dresden Baroness Marga von Kalkenhausen. the first woman
who participated in the war on the German side, was killed by a bomb
thrown from a blench aeroplane:
Washington With actual hostilities taking place between the
contending factions, the Mexican situation seems hopeleusly comtih
cated. The work of the Agttas Calientes convention, it appears, amount
ed to nothing.
Tehuacan has been captured from Carranza garrison by Villa sup
Honolulu A Japanese reporter disguised as a fisherman was ar
rested on Magazine Island in Pearl Haibor yesterday. When searched,
photographs and plans were found on his person, the possession of
which he will be called upon to explain. The authorities have not yet
brought a formal charge against the man.
Libert Makri, who ran over and killed Kamai a few nights ago,
has been committed tor trial for manslaughter.
Peter Barron has been appointed to succeed C. II. Brown, elected
to the Legislature, on the Civil Service Commission.
Tokio Japanese pay unstinted praise to Germans for hard fight
ing at Tsing Tan. The Japanese will administer government in Tsing
lau while war continues; afterwards Japan will open negotiations
with China, looking toward turning over Kiau Chan and German ter
ritory to the Chinese government. The actual seige of Tsing Tail last
ed 3 weeks.
Petrograd Pierce combats have been taking place along the San
river, snd south Przmysl; resulting in a general Austrianlretreat which
began on November 3rd, On the preceding night the Austrians made
their last effort to break the Russian advance.
Le Havre Belgian officials announce tint there is no change
along the river Yser. Russian successes seem to have resulted in re
treat of Germans in Belgium. 5000 Germans are inarching from Bru
ges to Ghent. Five troop trains recently left Brussels for Louvain. .
Berlin Three divisions of Russian cavalry above Kolo have been
defeated and pushed back across the river. South of Ypres, our troops
have progressed favorably. Hove captured 1000 French soldiers and 3
machine guns. French attacks west of Noyon have proved fruitless
and those "-est of Chevonue have been repulsed with severe losses.
We have evacuated two small villages, meagerlv defended.
Petrograd Russians are attacking fortified positions on Wartze,
Washington Secretary Daniels has decided to begin investigat
ing for secret wireless stations, which are believed to be supplying bel
ligerents with war news and information to be used at sea.
New York Football results todav are as followsi--Harvard 20,
Princeton 0; Michigan 34 Pennsylvania 3: Notre Dame 7, Cornell 26;
Franklin and Marshall 3, Navy 21; Danii'Hith 68. Tufts 0.
Honolulu An auto without driver plunged into Waterhouse
Trust offices this morning at five.
Saturday, November 7.
TSINGTAU HAS FALLEN
Tokio After withstanding attacks since September 22, T.singtau
has fallen, the stronghold having surrendered to the Japanese and
The fate of the citv was settled when the attacking forces broke
through the line of defenses at midnight Friday. City is in flames.
Aeroplanes assisted in the destruction of the German lines of defense
by dropping bombs at vital points.
The Japanese list of killed and wounded totals 1,178.
FIGHTING IN FRANCE
London Reports tiom the battle lines in France and from Bel
gium are encouraging. The general offensive resumed by the Germans
yesterday has been reversed and they have been put upon the defen
sive along the Neuport-Keideu line.
Advices from Holland say that the German retreat before Belgian
British positions on the Yser has become general, with the Allies ad
vancing south and east of Ypres,
The French are gaining ground, working north of Lille.
Attacks by the Germans show a decrease of vigor. They have
abandoned the attempt to force a passage of the Yser, have abandoned
positions north of the river and are retreating eastward.
Bels'ians have crossed river and are holding positions. The
French have retaken Soupir, east of Vaillev.
German attacks in the Argonne district continue without result.
The Germans claim to have made some progress northwest of Ypres,
and to have gained ground at La Basse, north of Arras and in Argon
ne district. Have captured important position southeast of St. Mihiel.
MINE SINKS GERMAN
Copenhagen A submarine mine, supposed to have been placed
by the Germans, yesterday destroyed a large German steamer south
of Danish Island. A number of crew lost.
Washington President Wilson yesterday signed a proclamation
of neutrality of the United States in the K.ironean war
SWEDEN WILL PROTEST
Stockholm Sweden will protest against the closing of the North
Sea to navigation and commeice, and mining of the waters
ONE OF THE INTERNES
Boston The II amburg-AinericT.n liner Crown Printeisiu Cecilk
which lias been in Bar Harbor since the beginning of the war, has ar!
rived at this port to lay up for the Winter.
M'CARU REINSTATED "
Washington It was officially announced yesterday that Jeff Mc
Carn had been reinstated as U. S. District Attorney in Hawaii
CALIFORNIA BEER STATE
San Francisco Sinte both Oregon and Washington have gone
prohibition, it is likely that California will become the Brcwerv State
of t lit. Pacific Coast, the 1 re weiii-s of the two States to the north mov
ing down here.
Marion Townl1 if. Uu fiist woman to be elected 'to the LegisliijUne
in this State. -.' i
ANOTil! R WOMAN GETS THERE
Prescott, Arizona- Mis. Frances Muns, elected to the Legislature
in this State, is the fir-t wriuan to reach that goal in Ariw.ua.
HOLY WAR DOUBTrD . ,
New York A repnii hi're that a Holv War was pending in west
Asia lacks con firm.it it)- i" London.
M'CARN BACK IN OFFICE!
Honolulu Acting I)i- ;ict .AUnrnev Thomas, upon instructions
from Washington, turned on er the office and its afi'aits to McCain
yesterday, and waits in Honolulu for orders from Washington' as to
his own future nnvemviits.
The liquor lice us:' for the l'leasanton Hotel has brought, lip a
number of fine leg"l points which Attorney-General Stainback' will lie
iked to decide befote liceu-e is granted.
One Honolulu linn bus donated 6,115 CO for the Belgian suffei
ers, paying the mom y tbiough the Chamber of Cunmeire.
The trial of McCarn cost the cour.lj more than Si ,200.
London Gcrmum is now striking another mighlv blow along
the entire line ot the Allies. Both in France and Belgium the Teuton
forces are being huriied against their apponents with tremendous
strength. Fierce cncouuteis in center and about sharp bend "in Ger
man line forming triangle whose northern base is Dixintinde, the
southern base Yprc , and the apex is Roulers. Struggle is so deadly
and forces so vast that only sheer weight of phjsical contact seems
able to win temporary advances.
British and French reports contend that the enemy's attack is
weakening. German bulletins show no basis for such conclusions.
Essen is sending 40 new guns against Arras, which seems to be the
latest objective point of new attempt, to blast a way through the
lines of the Allies.
Paris Grand Duke Nicholas wires Gen. Joffre in command of
French forces that Russians have gained in East Prussia the greatest
victory since the war began
Petrograd Four Russian army corps have invaded Armenia and
claim to have cant tired several Turkish regiments. England'!', share in
the campaign will be largely naval until Turks invade Egypt.
Paris No material changes are taking place anywhere in the bat
tie zone. Fighting between Dixniunde and river Lys continues but no
important developments observable.
Tokic Complete list of casualties among the Japanese forces be
fore Tsing Tan are 200 killed, 878 wounded. British, 2 killed, 8
Petrograd Russians have recaptured the stronghold of Jaroslaw
and 5000 prisoners. Austrians attempt to cut off Russian attacks have
failed. Austrians now retreating along the river San.
Washington Villa says he is willing to retire to private life if it
means elimination of Carranza.
Honolulu Rumored that McCarn has been reinstated. Judge Dole
says he understands that to be the case,
Chicago Sherman's plurality over Sullivan now 17,000.
Friday, November 6
Vancouver Damage inflicted by the German cruiser Nurnl erg to
cable station at Fanning Island has been repaired and the cable is in
operation again. ,
AVIATORS ARE KILLED
London Aviator Busk was burned to death in mid-air yesterday
at Aldershot. Two French aviators killed at Issy -les- Mohneux.
Amsterdam It is reported that Prince-Joachim, son of the Kaiser,
has been wounded in the fighting.
CHINA IS UNITED
New York News has been received here that all China is reunit
ed as a result of the critical international situation the Republic is
GERMANS "BUST-UP" JAPS.
Shanghae German artillery is destroying the entrenched posi
tions occupied by tne Japanese beiore lsingtau.
San Francisco Men from the German cruiser Geier, arriving here
from Honolulu, have interned and been releasea. i hey cannot re
enter the present war.
RUSSIANS SEIZE COAL.
London Twelve Turkish transports loaded with coal have been
sunk by the Russians.
SITUATION IN EGYPT.
Berlin British forces have abandoned their defense of the Arabian
frontier and have withdrawn across the Suez Canal.
London A despatch from Alexandria, Egypt, says that a Ger
man omcer arrested tner" on nis return ironi tin Key was tound to
have in his possession plans for dynamiting the Suez Canal.
There has been an effort on the part of the Allies to advanee along
the Belgian coast in an attempt to envelope the German right wing,
which has been obliged to withdraw from Neuport,
The Germans say the Allies have been repulsed.
A despatch from Rotterdam says the people of Ostend have been
ordered into cellars with rations for five days; which indicates an early
bombardment of the place.
German attacks upon the British at Yprcs is weakeniag. A fierce
attack made by the Allies yesterday byway of Ncuport was easily re
pulsed by the Germans.
Amsterdam Germans are preventing Belgian men between IS and
30 years of age from leaving the citv, to keep them from enlisting in
the Belgian army.
Paris General Belth.iult says that Germany will begin to reach
the limit of her resources in three mouths,
Vera Cruz This city is crowded with refugees from the interior.
Many Americans and Europeans from the city of Mexico are fleeing
for safety afforded bv the American forces here.
Ill Paso Carranza claims that 31 States are with him in his con
flict with Villa. (There are exactly 31 States and Territories in Mex
ico, so this despatch sounds like a joke. Ed. Gatd. Iyl.) -
IN EASTERN EUROPE.
Petrograd Russian invasion ot Turkey in Asia has begun. Im
portant town of Bayazid has been occupied by the Russians.
London Armenians in Asia Minor were ruthlessly pillaged by
the Turks on the eve of the outbreak of hostilties. Russian troops
Have been entliusiasticaiiy received mere.
Persia has formally declared her neutrality, despite the efforts of
Turkey to embroil her in the war.
Washington The State Department has not been advised relative
to the reported landing of AiiK-ncan marines at Beirut.
Constantinople Ninety thousand 1 urks invaded the Russian
frontier, destroying a battalion of Cossacks.
Petrograd The Russian advance in East Prussia is progressing
favorably, the Germans falling back everywhere.
Palmer Woods has been appointed deputy Territorial treasurer
Deputy Sherilf Asch is returning in the Matsonia with W. F.
Armstrong who is charged with getting away with S3, 000 of Olaa
bonds belonging to the Order of Moose.
Opposition to Revivalist Billy Sunday is growing in Honolulu. i
Paulo Kainana, an employee ot the Lord-Young Engineering '
Co, was run over by an auto full of "joy riders" last.uight and killed.
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