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THt5 GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915
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Sunday, February 28.
RUSSIAN FLEET GATHERS
London The Black Sea fleet of the Russians is massed al the head of the
Bosphorous, ready to deal with the Turkish ships should they flee from the English
and French fleets and attempt to escape into the Black Sea.
BRITISH INJURED SOME
In the destruction of the Turkish forts on the Dardanelles, the English fleet
did not entirely escape injury. The Agamer.on was struck hy a Turkish shell and
three men were killed.
The complete destruction of the three forts and crippling of the fourth was
aided by forces landed from the Allied fleets.
HONOLULU GETS P0ST0FF1GE
Washington The Federal building bill for Honolulu has passed
both houses and now goes to the President for his signature.
CHINESE BOYCOTT JAPANESE
San Francisco The Chinese six Companies have agreed to boy
cott all Japanese between the Rocky Mountains and the Coast in re
taliation for Japan's attitude in dealing with China.
READY FOR HIGH PRICES
Washington The Department of Agriculture tells the public that
if wheat and flour are too expensive, they should cat more potatoes.
WOULD END THE WAR
Senator Newlands has presented in the Senate resolutions inviting
all neutral countries of the world to join in an effort to bring about
satisfactory peace in Europe.
MEN INJURED BY LIQUIDS
Paris Many men in the trenches are being injured by burning
liquids which are fired against them by the Germans.
ENGLAND NOT AGREEABE
London Great Biitain and the Allies have decided finally not to
agree to the suggestions offered by the United States that the embargo
against foodstuffs into Germany be lifted.
STEAMER DACIA CAPTURED
Paris The American steamer Dacia was captured by a Erench
cruiser in the English channel yesterday and taken to Brest. She has a
load of cotton for German mills.
STEAMER STRIKES ICEBERG
New York The Allen Line steamer Mongolian, which struck an
iceberg, will be convoyed back here.
Saturday, February 27.
NO EXTRA CONGRESS
Washington President Wilson has definitely determined that
there shall be no extra session of Congress.
The ship purchase bill has bobbed up again in Congress.
The Naval Hill passed final reading yesterdav.
The Federal Grand Jury is now investigating reported breaks in
the neutrality laws.
It is officially reported that the crew of the. Evelyn, the steamer
wrecked by a mine in the War Zone are saved.
ITALIANS MUCH EXCITED
Rome The government has prohibited public meetings, owing to
the violence of the people relative to the war.
INDECISIVE IN CARPATHIANS
Geneva In the Carpathians the fighting for a week has been'
without decisive results;.
AN ENGLISH REPORT
London There were no developments in the sea blockade yester
day. From wreckage picked up near Christiana it appears that another
German submarine has been destroyed.
DARDANELLES SWEPT OUT
Paris The Allies have swept the Dardanelles clear of Turkish
mines, steam trawlers doing the work under the protection of the guns
The possibility of the early appearance of French and English
warships at Constantinople has created great excitement there.
FOOD SHORTAGE IN EUROPE
London -Germany has ordered the entire Chinese population of
that country to leave on account of the food shortage.
In Petrograd the government has suppressed the operations of all
middle-men on account of the shortage of foodstuffs.
REPORT FROM RUSSIANS
Petrograd The Russian war office denies the capture of Przmysl.
The Germans were checked before entering the town. The troops of
the Kaiser were so disastrously repulsod that they retreated to prevent
their line being destroyed. Fighting was severe, according to war
SHIPYARDS STRIKE AVERTED
London A shipyard strike, involving thousands of men, has been
settled by the Government.
ANOTHER VILLA MURDER
San Antonio A wealthy Spaniard of San Luis Potosi has been
executed on orders from Bandit Villa for his failure to raise a sum of
money demanded by Villa.
ROBBER SUSPECTS CLEARED.
San Francisco The Federal jury has cleared Wilson, Brock and
Willbrand, charged with conspiracy to loot the Crocker bank.
MOVING PICTURE MAN KILLED.
Los Angeles Clarence Chandler, a moving picture actor, was
killed in front of the camera today when a loaded cartridge was used
in the play in place af a blank one.
Friday, February 26.
REWARD FOR A ZEPPELIN.
Paris A reward ol '$5,000 is offercd'to the man bringing down the
FOR PEACE IN ORIENT.
Peking Prospects are good for a peaceful settlement of the
Acuities of China and Japan.
U. S. MAKES SUGGESTION
Washington The United Stales government has suggested to
Great Britain that the removal of mines would be in the interest of
humanity and shipping.
London is considering the latest Washington note regarding the
war zone and embargo on foodstuffs.
NAVAL PROGRAM APPROVED
The Senate agrees on the naval program, with provision made foi
two battleships, an additional gunboat and a hospital ship. High
power radio stations arc to be established, one of them at Pearl Har
WILL EXCHANGE WOUNDED .
Berlin Arrangements haye been completed for the exchange of
prisoners who have been wounded and incapacitated for service.
PROPERTY TO BE TAKEN
Berne The military governor af Belgium has ordered the seques
tration of all business enterprises which are property of citizens of any
country with which Germany is at war.
FRENCH PUGSTER CAPTURED
Berlin Carpentier, the French pugilist, has been captured by the
I Germans and is held as a prisoner.
ennui ntff.iKil viewpoint
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London The Allies expect Roumania and" Italy to join in flic
London reports are to the effect that in the west the French are
winning fresh territory, while the British monitors have resumed ac
tivities along the coast.
The Germans arc blocked at the Prussian frontier. Von Ilinden
bcrg has turned attention to attempt to reach Warsaw from the north.-,
east, and Russians oppose him. The Germans have found it imposelie
to make headway from east Prussia border and have been driven back
in a number of places.
DOWN IN MEXICO
Manzanillo Villa has taken Guadelajara, and Varria.a's troops
arc in full retreat before him.
IOWA TO WATER WAGON
Des Moisnes The State of Iowa has gone prohibition by popular
vote, the law to become effective next year.
CAUSE OF SLACKNESS
Chicago President Sproule, of the Southern Paqific, says the
clamor against Big Business is the cause of the wave of distress which
is sweeping over the UnitedStates.
THE SMART CASE
Honolulu Smart's lawyers have secured an order requiring Mrs.
Knight's lawyers to forthwith serve.
The principal appointees of Governor Pinkhain have been con
firmed by the Senate.
London The steamer Deptford has been sunk by mine or tor
pedo off English coast. A British steamer sunk in the same way off
Beachy Head, English Channel.
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