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TUB GARDEN ISLAN.D, TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1915
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TURKISH CRUISER SUNK
LondonThe Turkish cruiser Dedjidich fouled a mine in the
Black Sea and was sunk.
The German steamer Grut Hamburg (?) struck a mine between
Emden and Stockholm and went to the bottom.
AUTO RECORD ACROSS CONTINENT
San Francisco An auto reached San Francisco yesterday, having
crossed the continent from New York in 27 days.
' Ne York will offer prizes for aero flights between New
and San Francisco in the interests of the army and navv.
FRENCH CAPTURE REIGNEFILLE
Paris The French have recaptured Rcignefillc, south of
nninde, in Flanders
AUSTRIAN PRISONERS IN SERVIA
Belgrade Sixty thousand Austrian prisoners are roaming the
streets ot cities in Scrvia on parole. Servian city streets are dotted
with them, and the question of their support causes much anxiety
NO JAPANESE TO EUROPE '
Tokio Japan will not send any soldiers to Europe, for the reason
that none have. been asked for. The Japanese government has refused
to sanction the departure of volunteers for the war zone
CARPATHIAN BATTLE DOUBTFUL
Loudon Apparently authentic reports received here declare that
in the great Carpathian battle, the Russians have captured 250,000
prisoners and cleared their way through the mountains, ousting' the
Austro-German forces from the mountain fastnesses.
Reports from both Petrograd and Vienna agree that the battles
were particularly violent. ,
Contradictoiy to the above reports, Vienna claims that Austria
won in the mountain fighting.
MONEY FOR HARBORS
Washington Honolulu will receive $25,000 out of the appropria-
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Sunday Morning, April 4.
HONOLULU NEWS NOTES.
Boggs, McGrath and Bowers, the men who figured in recent graft
charges in-conuection with opium cases, are said to have jumped the
County Jail wall and spent several hours outside.
Money for relief of families of men ot the submarine F-4 is being
liberally subscribed, and will be distributed to them direct in place of
through the Navy Relief at Washington.
Alfred T, Wakefield, who committed suicide yesteiday, left no
note for his family. Funeral yesterday afternoon. Deceased leaves a
Engineering difficulties are being surmounted in calculations for
raising submarine F-4. Engineer Furce has calculated 520 tons as the
exact weight of the sub-sea craft, which must be borne by scows. When
wreck is brought up it will be towed by relays to shore. Five divers
coming from the mainland will fix cables on sunken vessel. The diving
tune was given nnai test yesterday and was found to work perfectly.
Divers Agraz or Evans will go down in it tomorrow. The San
Francisco wrecking apparatus will leave that port in the Wilhelniina
Wednesday. The cruiser Maryland is coaling at San Fruneisco for de
parture for Honolulu. She will convoy three more submarines to the
JAPAN AND CHINA AGREE
Paris Dispatches to the Temps yesterday are to the effect that
negotiations were closed during the day between China and Japan, with
what amounts to China's complete acceptance of all demands made.
Japan is granted fa release of Port Arthur for ninety-nine years,
and is to enjoy all rights formerly reserved to Germany in the province
of Shantung, but does not include certain spheres of influence and the
right to form colonies, which Japan claimed but which China, denied
Germany was ever entitled to.
BLIZZARD ON EAST COAST
New York A blizzard is sweeping the Eastern States, from the
South to New England. The Dutch steamer Priuz Mauritz, on her
voyage from South America to New York, is sending wireless appeals
Three sailors were drowned when a barge tore loose from shore
on the Delewnre cape.
GERMANY T6-HELP OF AUSTRIA
London Germanys now pouring her legions into Hungary to
strengthen the defensive mies of the Austnans against the Russians,
who, at that point, had been pressing their advantage day and night,
but have now commenced to encounter fresh German regiments which
are being hurled into the gap.
Reinforcements in the Carpathians arc now hqlding the Russian
advance, and the forward movement of the Czar's forces seems to be
The Germans are despatching numbers of their troops from Bel
gium to strength the eastern positions against Russia. Both sides
are making claims to success, and it is next to. impossible to get at the
Vienna reports that the Austrian-Hungarian forces have taken
nearly 34,000 prisoners in the first three days of April, these captures
being made from the Russian forces invading Bukowina.
GERMANS WILL RAID WITH ZEPPLINS
London Germany is preparing to make her fitst concerted raid
on England, in which the Zeppelins will be given a decided test. The
voyage will start shortly.
London figures that the general breaking down of Austria and the
desperate efforts of Germany to maintain the fighting spirit in her
allies (Austria and Turkey, by sending them supplies, and reinforce
ments, as justifying the quoted opinion of General. JoiTie that the
Allies will soon win.
SITUATION IN DARDANELLES
Constantinople Wednesday and Thursday, under cover of a
heavy bombardment, a British cruiser attempted to send a landing party
ashore, but the Turkish guns drove the boats back and the cruiset later
The warships of the Allies yesterday bombarded the forts protect
ing the Narrows, but without result. Mine sweepers also attempted
to approach the Narrows, but fled when the forts opened fire.
BULGARIANS INYADE SERVIA
Athens -Several thousand Bulgarian irregulars, wearing the uni
form of regulars, forded the Varda yesterday and invaded Servia.
They killed the frontier guard, but were later met by detachments of
Servian regulars who drove them back across the border with heavy
losses. Fifty Servians altogether were killed.
BELGIAN AUTHORITIES APOLOGIZE
Paris As a result of a protest made by the American consel, the
military authorities of Belgium have presented an apology to the Bur
gomaster of Liege for incident in which the American flag was treated
THE WITHDRAWALS ARE EXPLAINED
Washington Constant German criticism of the American attitude
in the war was considered cause sufficient by the United States for the
recall of the military attaches with the German armies as military ob
servers. Wliue tins is not tne ouiciai lniormauon given out, it is
known to be the true explanation. When the news came from Berlin
that the American attaches had been withdrawn, it caused widespread
comment, and much professed surprise. Press despatches carried the
information first, and it was. officially confirmed last night.
Germans believe that America's attitude toward Germany Js the
veriest hypocrasy, and claim that Americr has been helping the side
of the Allies by supplying them with munitions of war and provisions,
which they hold to constitute a breach of neutrality which America
claims to be maintaining. These opinions were so fieely expressed
by officials of the German government, as well as by officers in the
army, that the position of the American officers as observers became
unbearable hence their withdrawal. ,
VILLA AGAIN TO THE FRONT j
San Antonio, Texas General Villa is marching to Neuvo Larefio,
which is held by a Carranza garrison of 2,500 men. Should he cap
ture that city it will mean the evacuation of northern Mexico by the
HAWAII AT THE FAIR
San Francisco The publicity agent ior Hawaii atjhe Fair was a
listener at tlie Long JJistance teleplione today when Secretary 'Bryan
-at Washington, telephoned to the Hawaii delegation his aloha to Ha
waii. The occasion was made a function in which Hawaii singers took
iNo'tc Before the wireless service of Tim Gakdkn Island was
"connected up" again Saturday afternoon, the intormation was sent
out from Honolulu that Mark P. Robinson, one of the best known and
most lugiiiy respected liawanans ot the capital city had died.)
' MR. WAKEFIELD SUICIDES.
Honolulu Alfred T. Wakefield, a prominent importer and whole
sale nieichant of King and Bethel streets, this city, was found dead in
his state-room on the steamer Matina Kea this-morning. He had hung
himself. Insomnia is believed to have been the cause of his act
REV. OLESON DIES SUDDENLY.
Rev. W. B. Oleson, corresponding secretary of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association, well known all over Kauai, died suddenly
from heart disease, in Arizona. Mr. Oleson was once head of the Ka
mehameha School at Honolulu.
REFORTS FROM LONDON
London General JoiTre again issues the prediction that the Allies
will win. t
The great battle in the Carpathians, after continuing many davs
is Hearing a decisive period according to reports from the east frot!
. The case of Thrascher, the American engineer-in the vessel in'tlie
North Sea which was torpedoed, is being given'muoh space in the
BRITISH LESS OPTIMISTIC
British opinion is less optimistic regarding the ability of the
Allied fleets to force their wav through the Dardanelles.
The British steamer Lockwood has been torpedoed off the Devon
shire coast by a German submarine. The crew was saved.
The Soulhprfint, which was reported sunk off the Spanish coast
by a German submarine, was sunk off Devonshire
' AUSTIANS CLAIM VICTORY
Vienna The Austrians claim that the Russians have been defeat
ed in their efforts to invade Bukowina.
RECALLS SURPRISE BERLIN
Berlin The act of the United States in recalling as military ob
servers Williams, Aultman, Rockenbach and Burthes has caused much
surprise in Germany. Captain Kahn was not recalled, but was creat
ed an attache of the American Embassy at Berlin
A WRITER IN HIE WAR
New York Ambrose Bierce, sometimes the famous American
writer, has been attached to the stiff of Lord Kitchener,
P. A. Franliu lias been appointed receiver of the Internationnl
blup-building Corporation. New York Trust took action against bonds
valued at nearly $53,000,000. -'"nst Ponds
The loss of the submarine F-4 off Honolulu last week and the in
adequacy of equipment available for lifting her is causing the NiVv
Department to investigate the possibilities of special safeguards The
Brooklyn. navy yard is considering plans for a "Mother Ship" to asist
and lift disabled or foundered submarines. It will be twice the sire nf
the present submarines. e 01
GENERAL WOOD INVESTIGATES
Colon-General Leonard Wood arrived here today and immediate
y began an investigation of the case of the American oorpdral k lied
by a mob in Panama. . 1