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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1915
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Monday January 1 I .
GERMANS EVACUATE LILLE
. London A despatch fiom Boulogne says that the evacuation
Lille by the Germans after a tertifie bombardment is confirmed.
Dunkirk is again menaced by Germans, an aerial squad dropping
thirty bombs there yesterday and then starting across the channel to
bombard English coast towns.
The British are strengthening their position around Lille.
HEAVY LOSSES Al S01SS0NS
Paris The Germans lost heavily in their attempts, to retake posi
tions in the vicinity of Soissons, recently taken from them by the Allies.
The French have made progress there and captured some prisoners.
REPORT FROM GERMANY
Berlin The French have again failed to retake B6rnhaupt lc
Haut, nor could they dislodge the Germans from their position;.
The heaviest fighting of the day in the west was at Soissons.
SITUATION IN THE EAST
Vienna The situation remains unchanged. Artillery duels mark
ed the fighting during Sunday.
TURKISH SHIPS INJURED
Petrograd The cruisers Breslau and Mamid, of the Turkish
navy, were both severely damaged in a naval engagement which took
place on Wednesday.
BRITAIN TO AMERICA.
Washington I he reply of Great Britain to the note of the Unit
ed States in regard to the detention of American cargoes on the high
seas is satisfactory in a measure. It is thought, however, that there is
one point in the note that will not be acceptable to the United
States, and that is the British View that cargoes seized must be taken
into some British port for extended examination.
Redress will be made whenever Great Britain exceeds in anv of
her actions international law.
VILLA TURNS THE TABLES
Laredo It is reported here that General Villa has reversed the
victory of Carranza, previously reported, and captured Victono, de
feating the Carranza army.
HOTED HUMORIST DEAD
St. Paul, Minn. Marshall P. Wilder, humorist, died here yester
' SAN FRANCISCO NEWS
San Francisco The father of Maxime Elliot died here yesterday
The Exposition grounds have been closed to the public until tin
opening day of the big show.
Captain Asa Dean, one of the wealthiest lumber men in the world,
died here yesterday.
laonoiuiu i-i. u. smart puunsiies a statement in tins morning s
Advertiser and asks the public to withhold judgment in his case until
tne facts are brought out in court
Attorney W. A. Kinney, who has been retained in the case, will
arrive during today from Nva Scotia.
Sunday, January 1 0.
BATTLESHIP DUEL REPORTED
Buenos Ayres According 1o a report arriving here from La Pies
ua. near the Equator, the first big ship duel of the war has been fot'ght
near that point the ships engaged being the British battleship Invin
able and the German battleship Von dct Tann, in which the latter,
with her crew of 900 men, went to the bottom
REPORT FROM PARIS.
Pans The French continue to advance north or Soissons, where
all ground has been organized and ftesh territory taken.
ALLIES NEAR TO OSTEND.
London 1 he Allies are said to be within nine of from Ostend,
irom wlncli place all civilians have lied, believing a battle is about to
GERMANS RETAKE STE1NBACH
suffering heavy losses
forced to retire from
diately occupied Steinbach.
ROMANIA AND GREECE.
London Everything points to the early participation of Rouina
nia in the war as one of the Allies.
Popular excitement in Greece over the persecution of Greeks in
Syria by the Turks has grown to fever heat. Government may be forc
ed to take action which will precipitate war.
GREAT FLEET THROUGH CANAL.
sioti added by the Senate exempting Belgians from certain of the res-1
' trictions provided in the new immigration bill. If the report is ac
cepted, the bill will go to the President for an expected veto.
! JOHN K. SUMNER DEAD
Honolulu John K. Sumner, owner of Sumner's Island, off Mono
ulu haibor, whose estate and trust matters figured often in the courts
i few years ago, was found dead in bed at the home of his nephew.
Wyllie Davis, near Makapu.
1 he three lieutenants Lvinau will have charge as directors of the
GERMANS WILL ATTACK
London The Germans are starting a drive in an attempt to cut
the line of the Russians, taking advantage of the increasing cold
weather. An attack will be made from the north with reinforcements
taken from the western front. The Germans will cross the rivers Ma
rem and Bug before beginning the attack.
RUSSIANS ENTER TRANSYLVANIA.
Paris The Russians have enteied Transylvania. The Aust.rians
have evaculcd all of Bukowina and opened a new road to Hungary.
( I rausylvania is a province in the southeast part ot Hungary, the
capital of which is Klausenberg.
REPORT FROM BERLIN i
Berlin Flench attacks near Perthes repulsed with - severe losses.
French positions stormed in east Argonne, Captured 1,200 men.
French driven out of Buruhaupt Lehaute. In Alsace, near Soupir,
last night we captured a hill and 132 men in a brilliant attack and re
pulsed three counter attacks.
Tlie Roumanian army will begin operations January 24th. with
an army of 600.000 men in the field.
FESTIVITIES CALLED OFF
Amsterdam The Prussian Ministry of Slate has decreed that all
festivities on account of the Kaiser's biithday this year shall be called
off on account of the seriousness of the times.
POLICE FIND BOMBS
Trenton, N. J. A trunk containing fifty bombs was found today
in the Italian quarter, following an explosion in a church.
ECCENTRIC BLEASE CAPS CLIMAX.
Columbia, S. O. Governor Blease, who was recently beaten in
the election and will shortly retire, created a great sensation today by
pardoning 1,500 convicts at one sweep, practically clearing the pri
sons ot the blate.
SMART WILL FIGHT.
Honolulu In the already famous Smart case, H. p. Smart denies
every allegation in tne complaint nieci againsi mm anu win ngiii
case. He has retained attorneys. The child has been left at Waimea,
Saturday, January 9.
PERSIA READY TO FIGHT
Rome Persia is ready 'o enter the war as an ally of Russia. The
Minister of the Persian Shah at ki.ine announces tint the invasion of
a portion of Persia's domains by the Turks has left his country with
no recourse but to hgiit.
Constantinople ignores entirely an ultimatum sent by Persia cov
ering the latter matter.
I'nrann narticmafon in tne war wouiti greatly assist missia in
the campaign against Armenia, and aid in British naval operations.
BRITAIN'S NOTE IS RECEIVED
Washington- Secretary Bryan has received Great Britain's reply
to the note of the United States protesting against interference by
British warships with American commerce.
Secretary Garrison, War Department, denies a rumor which has
been started to the effect that the rifles recently discarded by the Amer
ican army and navy were being sold to belligerents in Europe.
REPORT FROM THE FRENCH
Paris- In all engagements the French have been successful. Re
sults in Alsace have been satisfactory. The Germans have been driven
back in the Argonne district.
ITALY AND ROUMANIA WAVERING
London The attitude of Austria may force Italy and Roumauia
into the conflict. Emperor Franz Jospeh has protested against Italy's
occupation of points in Albania, and Rome sends a reply assuming a
Troops of the Austrian province
f1, Tt'ilinn frdlllier.
Bucharest (capital of Roumauia) reports say that a Roumanian
,..,.,. ,,f ti,,-p. mui'-ters of a million men are mobilizing to strike Aus-
tria, even if Italy does not move.
AS TO CATHOLIC CARDINAL
Vmslerdam Despite official denials, reports of the arrest of Cath
olie Cardinal Mercier bv Germans in Belgium will not down. It is
insisted that he was attested and has been sentenced to pay a fine or
CARRANZA SURE LICKED 'EM
ii,..Micvillp. Texas The reported victory of Carranza over the
Villa forces has been hillv confirmed.
SCHOONER EUREKA WRECKED.
c.. i.Vnnpiurn The schooner Eureka, while beating out of the
Golden Gate lat nighi. was struck by a giant wave and completely
wrecked. Second Officer Bolger was drowned
The banks have approved to Federal Reserve Board foi a redis
count rate of four per cent.
OLD SHIPPING PAPER FAILS.
i.u.,.-,i--nn iu-rnuut of the decline in the whaling indus
try, the very old whaling journal, known as
has been discontinued.
liah HONOLULU NEWS ITEMS
i,, Hi., wrest line match between Searles and Willis
lasl night, the former won
riio Grand lurv declares uuu mw-s"'
A Japanese named Kitavnma
was caught between railway cars
on Kilatiea plantation t Sunday
morning and died later from his
He was engaged at the time as
brakeniau on the train, and in
some way slipped and fell between
the train and a car which he was
about to attempt to "couple up".
An inquest was held and verdict
of death by accident returned.
Eleele News Notes
R. L. Hughes returned in the
Kinati after a short visit to the is
land of Hawaii. Mis. Hughes and
little son remained over with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Scott, and will return
George S. Raymond, inspector
general of schools, will, arrive on
Kauai tomorrow for a tour.
Miss Carol Low, of Honolulu,
has started a dancing school at
Makaweli. The next meeting of
the class will be Saturday evening.
Eleele school had a visit from
the members of the Board of Sup
ervisors on Friday.
Cooking classes and the serving
of hot lunches are new features in
both Eleele and Waimea schools.
The Waimea Literarv Club met
with Mr. and Mrs.'B. D. Baldwin,
Makaweli, Saturday evening.
of Slavonia are massing along
'The Shipping List",
'do up" United
;rlaud) It is reported here that the French, after; o. . . s Attorney McCarn was the product of a drunken brain
sscs attempting to defend their new positions, were ' .o:
oiu Steinbock towards Thann. The Germans inline-1
i Entertained On Hawaii
Mr. and Mrs. R. L
! Eleele, have been much entcrtain
j ed oirthat island. Up to last ae
Lnmiic fii nrfMt i.nis had been
Washington It will be a great fleet of American vessels that will , !,. fm, flf ,vi,ich were in honor
pass through the Panama Canal to the Pacific coast. Included in it K Z u , ,1,1 i To
will be 21 battleships, 23 destrovei.-, and 13 auxiliary vessels. The old,of Mrs 1Il,Rlles- In '(i(lUl,)I' 10
battleship Oregon and cruiser Olvmpia, principals in the naval battles these, there had been give , nl-o
at Santiago and Manila, respectively, will join the fleet at Cristobol.
President Wilson will sail on the battleship Mew York.
New York Myron T HerricU, America!' ambassador to France,
said last night that America must be prepared to assume greater res
ponsibilities after the war is over.
MORE TROUBLE IN COLORADO
Denver Conditions in the mine tHl:i mn. arc still imt:,til,.,l
It has been found necessary to send troops back to Walssnbcrg tojSii-v8 editorially:
guard the jail. ! Kauui homesteaders ate lookiu
smoothly after many delays and
I considerable red tape, the govern-
... . , .. ,T :: .!. nieut's hands being tied by the
Word conies irom nauau m.n
Hughes, of uuvs aml statues made and pro
r - r . II.... .
in nouor ot .urs. nugm.-., ij
lunches, three teas and a charity
The Honolulu S t a r-Bulletiu
AT THE NATION'S CAPITAL.
rfotward with an eagerness akin to
Washington It was reported here vesterdav thatCuitenez has giasltv
positive peace plan for the pacification of Mexico.
House and Senate conferees have agreed to eliminate
the construction ot a
I railroad in Kauna district. The
the prnvi- plans seem at last to be moving
vided. The Kapaa homestead ex
periment is one of the most itn
portant in the territory and it
should not be allowed t o fail
From present prospects, it won't.
Story Is Doubted
There is much doubt o f the
authenticity of the story sent all
over 'the world a few davs ago
about a battle between the British
warship, Invincible and the Ger
man Von der T.inn olf the coast
of South America, and the Associ
ated Press is trying to run down
the actual facts. Fairlv believ
ible reports have it that the Von
der Tann was in the recent raid off1
the coast of England, hence could
not have been off .South America
so few days later.
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The next steamer to arrive at
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Lihue, January 11 .
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