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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1914
LATEST WIRELESS I
Continued from page 2
ment, and the good work we are
irom page 8
Churchill says the attempt of the Germans to wipe out elements of
the British fleet, operating between Ilri tisli and German positions by
means of airships, submarines and topedoes has failed. Each month
Britain grows stronger. The navy is better than that of Germany.
A German cruiser operating in the Baltic was sunk bv shell fire
from a Russian cruiser, the Russian escaping. Gennan submarines
operating off the French coast have sunk two merchantmen near Hav
re. Crews saved.
British squadrons bombarded Zeebrugue yesterday for the second
time; also Mevst, destroying a hotel. At both places Germans suffered
no losses in troops.
New York Passengers from Europe stale that it is itimored the
British battleship Audacious, recently reported sunk, is in drydock mi
Mexico, Mo. A Burlington express was wrecked here yester
day. Four cars overturned. Thirty passengers injured.
Honolulu Baseball muddle still unsettled.
Outdoor branch of the Promotion Committee has leen orga li.ed.
with Guy Tnttle at the head.
The young son of John A. McCandless has been badly injured in
a collision between an auto and railway train in Pennsylvania.
San Francisco The master of the steamer Hanalei is charged
with carelessness and unskillful navigation.
. Constantinople The Sultan and twenty-eight high Moslems have
declared a holy war of the entire Moslems against the Allies.
Washington President Wilson has let it be known that he is a-
gainst aerial bomb dropping on cities full of non-combatants
Turkish commanders sa their guns opened fire on the launch of
the Tennessee because officers oi the launch disregarded signals to be
ware of fields of mines sown in the waters which the launch was ap
proaching. London The British admiralty announces today that the collier
Khartoum has been sunk by a mine near Grimsby. Crew was saved.
Berlin No actual changes have taken place in the western arena:
though we have repulsed French attacks near Apremont and east of
St. Mihiel. No decisive engagements took pi"' "here.
Vienna Renewed Russian attempts have been made to break
through the Carpathian mountains. An army sent to the plains below
has been repulsed. Russians suffered heavily in the attempts
Paris The enemy's artillery fire slackened yesterday along the
entire front. Two infantry attacks south of Dixeinunde were easily
London Chancellor Lloyd George announced today that the war
loan has been oversubscribed by a billion and three quarters.
PhiladelphiaThe stock exchange reopened today.
Honolulu Gus Schuman says Germans are everywhere confident
of ultimate success.
The remains of Thelma Smart arrived with the family today.
"V Ballou says publicity is to be tlie plan ot tne sugar campaign
f Baseball will be played by the enice teams at .moiiuii
Case is still in Supreme court.
Friday, November 27.
Sugar, no change on account of holiday.
BRITISH BATTLESHIP EXPLODES
With a roar that was heard seven miles the British bat
tleship Bulwark, while taking in ammunition at Sheerness, exploded
nnd went down with more than 700 men in less than three minutes
K (The Bulwark, 15.000 tons, was completed in 1902 at n cost of ?4,
889,230. She was of the battleship Prince of ales type, carrying
four 12-in., twelve 6 in., eighteen 12 pndrs and four 3 pndrs. Her
is L-nnts mul comnlemeiit o men when complete, 781.
Ed. Gard. lsl.)
REPORT FRON BERLIN
t,i; Tii Kni(1, bpfnrp Cracow continues with success to the
Austro-Geriuan forces. The Russians have lost nearly 30,000 prisoners
Petrograd The German army is crumpled.
Thpre nre no official reports concerning the rumored victory
Russians before Lodiz. .
The Russians, however, are reported to be driving the Germans
rapidly backward, taking numerous prisoners. One entire army corps
was cut off and forced to surrender.
IMPRISONED FOR PILLAGING
Paris Two surgeon-majors ol the German army, tried by court
martial have been sentenced to prison for pillaging houses of French
citizens at Peronne. Red Cross nurses, tried on similar charges, have
met the same fate.
y U. S. BATTLESHIP AGROUND
VnrfnIL Th battleship Michigan ran ashore in a fog off
Henry last night. Expected to float herself at high tide today.
LONG ROAD TO STRAPS
Washington -Rear Admiral Victor Blue says that men f.raduated
from Annapolis in 1915 will not become lieutenant commanders in
less than forty years.
CROKER MARRIES AN INDIAN
New York Richard Croker and Mrs. Dickinson, grandaughter of
the last Sequoia chief, were married yesterday.
SOUTH AMERICANS' PLAN
doing among the people. Japanese
wanted to come closer to you and
found verv little sunpnthv and
support- and FINALLY WE; J
l.'ailVH rwMJ MKiT'T.M.'k! ir
"We sought understanding with
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1 1 1 l l iii vt ;'il 1 1 nun l ii v.ic ii nut j v-
Washington South American countries have proposed
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United Mates mat me """'""
Europe until the war is over
aim as to the class to which we
might apply ourselves. Capitalists
said to us, 'You are too poor.'
Merchants said, 'You are too few
in number' PoTTticians said, 'Yon
are not citizens,' and government
officials said, 'We nre not elected
by you ' To them nc are undis
tinguishable from monkeys and
the personal status ot our country
men was a matter of indifference,
which could not but result in disa
pointmnit of those who truly and
sincerely hoped to build up an
Americanized Japanese community
in conformity with every American
idea, that may amalgamate in
coutse of lime with the common
wealth of America.
REFLECTION" BRINGS NEW
"Reflection brought a new light.
The source of agitation against
Japanese is citizen labor. In the
fold of capitalists Japanese, b y
their cheap labor and sheer force
of number, constitute a mighty foe
to citizen labor, while assimilation
and cooperation with them will
make Japanese a strong ally for
that class. We shall cease to be a
negligible orce; tor, me attainment
of their hopes will largely depend
on the attitude of Japanese. We
have been unconsciously their
enemies, out now see our mistakes
and propose to be their close
"Ninety-nine per cent of the
resident Japanese in the Territory
are wage earners an.i it is a gross
mistake to seek recognition and try
to attain equality in the society of
wealthy planters, high and digni
fied officials and rich merchants;
it is easier, quicker r.nd more a
dapted to seel: a place among their
own classes. By doing so, Japanese
will assimilate with the American
standard of wage-earners and with
their ideals a n d customs, and
through these channels they will
attain, though indirectly, certain
political influence to protect their
own rights and to !,ain recognition
in the body politic. Simultaneous
ly, the main source of antagonism
against Japanese will disappear R
and the international friction!
which has been unnecessarily and j
rather wantonly instigated by the;
laboring class, might be smoothed
to a certain extent. This is my
conviction, and :t is for the welfare ;
of American people as well as Jap-:
anese, and to the advantage of thi-'jS
two nations on the Pacific. ; pj
"With reference to the aims of j jj
tne proposed Japanese .Association,
Doctor Negoro is in a better posi
tl-.,, in 1-iin il lll;m mvs;t-lf.
LIWI1 W V.-iiu.. i vj
"As to the aviation affair, which i ft
may be said to have had or had j H
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You will find an immediate answer in our
REPORTS FROM LONDON
t n,-The heaviest losses ever lnnicteci upon
an army in
in the re-
lot any direct relation to the mass; fc
neeting, 1 regret the incident ex- t
:eedinglv. Several years ago I ac i v
tisfactory selection for every
r every occasion
statement made in the
recent times have been received by the forces of the kaiser
r.,i,(;rr ifnr,. Warsaw, according to a statement in
Houe of Commons yesterday bv Earl kitchener.
The Russian army, which had been heavily reinforced,
able to defeat the main German army in Poland.
Great Britain, added kitchener, must be ready to h.t the present
burden from the shoulders of France and Belgium.
Denial was made of the report that a Russian detachment nad
been attacked bv Persians and 2,000 exterminated.! here is no author
ity for report of any such engagement. .... .
A force of Russians has reached Servia to assist that country in
k BR1DGEMAN TAYLOR
v London-Bridgeman Taylor, claiming to be an American from
jipaso. Texas, but who turned out to be a German spv, has been con
ficted bv court martial and imprisoned.
V. SITUATION IN MEXICO
-General Carranza was accorded a reception and given
ovation on arrival here. .
Galveston American troops reached this place salely
CrU" HONOLULU HAPPENINGS
Honolulu The baseball mixup continues. Yester. lay's big Thanks
giving game was called off, Manager Lowrey fearing that the gate re-
.:.. mroiii t rattnrlwl
ceun "M.u 7.. , r K.i,....;., r.,t t.oc
tion nave nui uiv-w niuikuin... ---I -
liable to arrest. Territorial Secretary 1 haver is sending
, : f tt ilnl,. r.-M'frim' tlie matter
to SUCH. waiiuiiK KJl "v ai."v"- ..-1, -- .
All bids for erecting the wharf shed and conveyor at Inlo will be taniuv
thrown out, the harbor board finding tnem detective.
not any direct relation to tne ma
i nirtv nf tiromi llcnt
American people, including t',e';i
t lien Governor Erear, to FortKa-'H
, i i P.
menamelia. Heiore entering i sam, r
' f . . ., '..A irf ,r.r-ll i -ii ne ltlili- I
tarv spies and I shall not enter for I
fear of false accusation.' There
was a general laugh and I was
beckoned by all present to join. I
saw every corner of the fort, but I
have not turned to be a spv until
this day, nor ever will. Confidence
is a bliss and up-lifting, but suspi
cion is a hell anil degrading.
"I shall continue to fight for uiv
convictions though the way may
not be as smooth as I found it in
2 if . n .... jt Jl
j jnce at our store, our gouus
will speak for themselves.
Bishop Restarick arrived at Li-,
hue in the W. G. Hall Friday!
morning and conducted Episcopal;
H has developed that a number ot candidates in me iccm uv.- scrviccs at l.inue i nion enurcu on
Sunday. While here he has been
the guest of S. W. Wilcox and
Tlie Bishop is accompa
nied by Rev. K A. Savior.
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