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ARTHUR McARTHUR DEAD.
Troy, N. Y. Arthur McArthtir, editor of the Troy Budget and
head of the Knights Templars, is dead,
Sunday, December 27.
London British aircraft have dropped bombs on a number of
German positions, gas tanks, decks of vessels and acrodomes (?)
lite official press bureau reopened last night, but had nothing to
lierun says mat tne auovc reported ram ov untisii livers was a
failure. The British aeroplanes were pursued by the Germans, and
the latter bombarded British vessels which had. picked up hydroaero
planes. Two British destroyers, according to Berlin, were hit by
Athens It was the American cruiser North Carolina that cleared
for action off Tripoli yesterday and notified the Turkish officials that
unless steps were immediately taken to suppress a mob attacking the
American steamer Virginian, then in that port, the city would be bom
barded. The Virginian was engaged in taking refugees away from
Turkish territory. Upon receipt of the notification of the Noith Caro
lina, the mob was suppressed.
London Revolution in Albania warranted Italy in sending troops
ashore from warships. Intervention has far-reaohiug results.
The fact that advance of the Allies against the German inlrcnch
nients from Alsace to the North Sea is not being heavily pressed is
explained bv General Joffre, the French commander in -chief. He
states that he is determined to make no needless sacrifices of largei
bodies of men to accomplish results which are within the grasp of the
Allies and may be attained bv methods which promise victory without
New York This is the coldest weather New York has experienced
in thirteen years. There is intense suffering.
Whitman took the oath yest rdav as governor of New York.
Paris The French submarine "Curts" was sunk by the Austrians
while attempting to enter the naval base of Pola.
Terra Haute, Indiana Viiluallv every member of the city ad
ministration is in jail at the instance of the Federal authorities, con
spiracy to corrupt voters beiuR the charge. The mayor has been un
able so far to obtain bonds.
Honolulu The Y. M. C. A. has received an anoiivmous donation
of $5,000 to be used for a swimming tank.
Another Japanese boy was run down and killed by an auto yes
terday, the driver escaping, although the pelice are on his trail.
London Christmas brought no rest to armies. War spirit over
whelmed holiday spirit in Kurope. .Christmas day Russians fought
desperately against the Germans in Poland, Russians successes repott
ed officially. Say advances made around Warsaw and Cracow. Opera
tions of Turkish and Russian armies in the Caucasus brought to a
standstill by blizzards and snow storms. Situation quiet in Flanders.
Germans declare they have taken second line of British trenches in
Belgium. At some points trenches are so close that there is no oppot
lunitji for artillery hre. Great necessity for burying the dead of both
German and British. In some places temporary truces are made for
Copenhagen It is rumoted that Russia has ceded Saghalien Is
lands to Japan in exchange for a number of heavy guns to be used at
the battle front.
Washington The Japanese Embassy here has confirmed the re
port that Russia has ceded Saghalien Islands to Japan,
London Austrian reports indicate that Austiians are dealing
Carpathian mountain passes of invading Russians. Renter's news
agency has received despatch from Petrograd stating that the Uu"s irs
have taken to date 1 ,400 German officers as prisoners and 131.71.0 men
Austrians capture! and held as prisoners are 3,166 officers and 221, 40n
Rome Pope Benedict devoted greater part of Christmas day de
veloping a plan for exchanging war prisoneis.
London Constantinople claims that rn Ivnglish cruiser attempt
ed to enter the gulf of Abarah but was forced to withdraw.
German aviators Christmas dav made arid on the coast of Kng-
latid and attempted a bombardment of the naval base in the town of
Sheernes-s at the mouth of the. Thames. They were driven off bv
British air craft.
Athens An unnamed American ember threatened bombai dm-ut
of Tripoli because Turks attacked an American tneichanlmeu carrying
French and British citizens. After notice from the U. S. cruiser had
been given, the attacks of the Turks ceased and the merchant vessel
Loudon Revolution breaking out in Albania may draw Italy
actively into tlie war. 1 lie revolt is aimed at Iissad Pasha, anions
military leader in Albania. The Pasha's place at Tirama was pillaged
and burned, Italian government has landed blue-jackets in principal
Naco Resulting from representations of General Scott. Ameri
can chief of staff.against further fighting by Mexicans near the Amer
ican border, battling has been shifted farther south.
San Francisco Metneterius Masgula, assayer ol the Russian Im
perial government, has arrived here to inspect the local mint. He savs
Russia will replace its minting system with that in use by the United
Pans Ihe Germans yesterday made a severe attack 1500 yauls
along the front of the Allies.
London General Sir Thomas Kclley Kenny died today.
Manila Kight ringleaders in uprising against the government
were arrested today. The proposed uprising was quelled.
Friday, December 25.
Paris The Allies in Flanders occupy positions well in advance
of twenty-four hours ago The Belgians yesterday began working
down toward Dixmuude. The Germans made two attacks on the
French lines along the Aisnt, but were repulsed in both instances.
Teutons commands were wiped out of their trench csby charge of the Al
lies. Some wounded prisoners were taken, but not a man escaped.
Berlin -At Milawa, on the Polish border, the Germans carried a
number of positions and captured a thousand prisoners. During one
stage of the battle, the Austrians feinted retreat, and the Russians
charged over mined ground, one whole battalion being exterminated.
Paris A big French cruiser w is attacked by an Austrian Mibma
rine while cruising in the sulf of Otranto yesterday. The cruiser was
dealt a slight blow, the submarine escaping. An attempt of a Ger
man aeroplane to reach Paris yesterday was bruslrated by French
fliers, the invader being brought to earth.
Last night was the quietest Cl.ristmas-eve Paris has known in
mang years. British and French at front have made every effort for
some Christinas cheer today. A large quantity of champagne is being
sent to the front by the Minister of'War, while, in addition to cigars,
the King of Belgium is supplying. delicacies from his private purse.
Tokio Japan has not been asked to scud an army to the front.
Washington Woman's Suffrage will he defeated in the Louse.
El Paso Carranza has declared all of Villatr contracts void.
Pittsburg Big steel mills here busy filling orders for bcliggereut
Honolulu Kumalae's orchestra gels contract to suppiy'iuysicat
VUC i UllilMIU 1UI1. .
In an investigation of the hop joints of 'the city, a number o. hnole
patrons of these places, of both exes,, were discovered.
Christmas Papers Pau
All of the -extra copies of the
big Christmas issue of The gau
di:n island have been soid, save
for t h e usual number of office
copies necessarily hdd in reserve
for filing away. There was un
certainty as to how mauv "ex
tras" would be required, so what
was regarded as a safe number
only were printed. Next time a
similar edition is planned, there
will I.- a better idea of the prob
able demand. T n K gakijhm
island appreciates very ,much the
cordial reception given' its first
"special" on Kauai, and the com
plimentary references made to it
orallv nid by letter.
Rizal Day Events
The Filipinos of Kauai will
have their celebration tomorrow
in honor of their patiiot. the late
Dr. Rizal, who lost his life in the
struggle for independence from
Spain. At Lihue there will be a
grand parade, starting in the morn
ing, from Kapaia. Literal y ex
ercises will be carried out in Lihue
park at 10 a. in., and at 1 in the
afternoon there will be a program
Similar events will take place at
Kapaa and Koloa, and, perhaps, in
a smaller wav, at other places.
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Louis Self is on the bridge of the
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