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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Saturday, December 5.
London A Petrograd correspondent savs that the battle of Lodz
ended successfully for th j Russians. Confirmation is lacking owin
Fierce fighting took place on the Vistula yesterday.
The German advance upon Warsaw seems to have been definitely
All that can be learned from the front in France is that the Allies
are planning a crushing blow, but the details of plans are not given
out and are carefully guarded.
More or less active fire took place along the line from Ypres to
SOME FOOL TALK
Washington A secret conference between Charles Schwab, the
steel magnate, and a representative of Ihe British government has start
ed a rumor here that American yards may build warships for England.
MINE LAYER SEIZED
London The British admiralty announces the capture of the
steamer Berlin while in the act of lavinir mines in the oath of mer
chant ships. There is no doubt of her guilt, for when the naval crew
boarded the Berlin there was every indication that the men had been
busy at the work of mine laying.
A SCRAMBLED WIRELESS
Rome Italy doubts Turkey's ability to control Mohammedans.
The government is taking steps to enter the war and end it.
FIGHTING IN MEXICO
Naco Continuation cf the battle in the Mexican town of Naco
has brought forth another protest from the Governor of Arizona to
Washington. Bullets fired from the Mexican side yesterday killed one
Mexican civilian on the American side of the line. Five in all are
dead from wounds received in a similar way.
GRAFT IN INDIANA
Indianapolis A big graft scandal has been opened here, the Lieu
tenant Governor and several officials being indicted for grarting.
PRIESTS FAVOR TODDY
Tucson The Catholic clergy in this State (Arizona) may protest
Honolulu The Governor yesterday sent his frachise veto to
The Fair Commission resents butting in by the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, and the efforts of Governor Pinkham to foist Woods upon
them as assistant manager.
The Hawaiian Sugar Planters adjourned yesterday after a very
London Indications are that important preparations are being
made for a smashing blow against the Germans. Strict censorship is
being maintained, which prevents securing particulars of movement.
It is believed to be result of the landing cf a million men by Britain.
Bulletins are unusually vague at this time. This, it is also believed
is the long' expected offensive movement of the Allies against the tips
of both German wings simultaneously.
Berlin Premier Halanda made a significant statement at the
opening of Parliament, declaring that new factors had arisen to alter
the government's policy of neutrality. This is taken as foreshadowing
Italy's entrance into the war.
Berlin Petrograd announces the total loss of Russian officers since
the war began as 33,000.
.The Kaiser lias been at the Russian front, and is back here for a
Repeat d assaults against our positions in Flanders have been re
pulsed;attacks by the enemy likewise repulsed, in Alsace. French
suffered considerably in their attacks. In the eastern theater of war
the enemy's attacks near Mazurian lakes have been repulsed with
heavy loss. Offensive operations of Germans in Poland is taking the
normal course. '
Ziest A riot, breaking out in the concentration camps here,
whete thousands of Belgians, forced from their own country by Ger
mans, are being decained, resulted in wounding 9 and killing 6. Dutch
troops shot Belgians during the riot.
Paris Fairly spirited cannonading has taken place during the
last 24 hours in a line from Ypres to Roulers. Nothing reported
Honolulu Entomologist Bridwell may be lost in the dark conti
nent. Cable search will be made for him.
Friday, December 4.
London General De Wet, of South Africa, may be hanged as a
A fierce battle north of Ypres began yesterday , Germans threw
large bodies of troops across the river. British and Belgian trenches
shelled. The Germans tranported troops by means of rafts construct
ed under cover of the guns.
Paris says, Enemy's attacks repulsed and progress made.
London Attempts of German prisoners both here and in Russia
to escape have failed.
The Suez canal is now free from danger of attacks.
KINCS ON BATTLE LINE
Paris Four imperial rulers are now at the battle front.
Since the beginning of the war fourteen hundred wireless plants
have been sealed on the Pacific coast.
WHAT RUSSIANS SAY
London Unofficial advices from Petrograd say that the blame for
the escape of the Germans from annihilation in the latter part of No
vember has been placed on General Rennenkampf . It is claimed that
lack of sufficient force at a crucial time and place weakened the Rus
sian line and permitted the Germans to get out.
San Francisco Haas, through whom provisions were bought for
the Olsen and Mahoney, refuses to testify.
ANOTHER BATTLE ON
El Paso President Guiterrez has made his entry into Mexico
City, accompanied by General Villa. General Carranza has commenc
ed the attack.
New York Dunbar, the wolf of Wall street, has been found
guilty of impersonating Congressmen.
RADIUM FOR HOSPITAL
The will of the late Bathsheba M. Allen gives to the Queen's
hospital $10,000 woith of radiptn to be used in the cure of CAiicer.
BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL
Honolulu Moiliili grandstand was taxed to its capacity yesterday
afternoon for the big game of baseball between the National and
American teams, which arrived Wednesday from the east. Ifwas a
great game and was won by the Nationals, four to two.
HONOLULU HAS A STORM
A terrific thunder and rain storm swept over the city during las
night. It is feared that the rain may interfere with the big American
league baseball on Saturday.
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