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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1915
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Aflotlier far? Ailatk
London Another a.aial vaiil v. s made ly German avn-.iors, v L
dropped bombs along the Es-'-cx const. I'our Zeppelins appcan il idiove
W estc'iffe on the sen . and L-;gn was attacked, aceonliij; to n. pi :;..,,
sixty bombs being dropped. One fell near the : hip. where l-,iPO Ger-
m.tns arc- interned.
British aeroplanes pursued the Germans.
Against Turkey Fi.st
Rome 'italv will soo-i decide wheM,cr or not she will cuter the
r. If slie does, the first a'.t.ick will be on Turkey.
Berne Ten thousand Germans have- crossed the
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Martial Law I Victoria
Victoria Martial law has been declared here as a result of recent
Attacks on establishments owned by Germans. A mob of 5.H)ii stiia.-h-e
i the windows of the brewery and the New England Hotel, l.otii
( ;ned by Germans. Serious trouble is feared. Troops are expected
fiom Vancouver to reinforce the local garrison.
From Germ 3:1 Coverunitnt
Berlin The following lias bee:i sent to the German Embassy- at
vVashington: "Communicate to Sl-.te Department Gcinian govern
ment desires to express deepest sympathy loss of Americans on the
Luaitania. Responsibility rests, however, on the British government,
through its plans of starving civilians in Germane, which forec-d il
taliatory measures, this in spile of Gci manv's offer to stop ftiibinai ine
war fare in case starvation pi.m was giveui over.
British merchant vessels have Ke'i armed and have rejK-a'.ediv
tried to raid German submarines, so that search was impossible.
This case cannot be treated as that of ordinary u -ereliant vcs.-.cl.
It is stated that the Lusitania on her last voyage carried 5,400 case.-, of
ammunition and that the rest of he'r cirgo was contraband.
If England, after repeated warning, considered herself a'le to de
clare no risk, England assumed responsibility for the safety of human
Despite all this Germany e-enresses heartfelt sympathies for loss
of Americans, who felt more inclined to trust English promises than
heed German warnings.
Monday May, 1 0.
Honolulu Mrs. Alfred T. Wakefield, of llonnl'ilu. who was
aboard the ill-faletl Lusitania, cables that she escaped safely.
1 Senator Sraool's Idea
. U. S. Senator Smoot, Republican, who is still hers, in an interview
yesterday said that he believed a special session of Congress would be
called. Me considers the situation in regard to the sinking of the steam
er Gulflight as very grave.
Anxiely In w'ashingloa
Washington President Wilson continues in deep study over prob
lems connected with the sinking of the Gulflight and Lusitania and
the loss of so many American lives.
Thousands of telegrams are pouring in on him from all parttf ol 1
the country urging swift retaliation.
It is thought that the Piesideut may shape out a di -unite policy :
between now and the regular meeting of the Cabinet on Tuesday.
The situation is the one all-absorbing topic in the country. The
problem facing the President is the most serious in Irs f-aricr. '
All neutral nations are awaiting the decision of the United States.
German Embassy Threatened
The German ambassador maintains a policy of silence.
lie has made .public, witliout eonmivnt, an anonymous letter
warning him that the Embassy would be blown up after midnight
Death List Is 1,500
London A revised list shows 1,500 dead as a result of the Lusi
tania disaster. Report of the finding of the body of Erohman was a
mistake. Klein, Erohman Vanderbilt and the II u boards are still miss
ing. Vanderbilt removed his life belt and handed it to a woman be
fore going down. ,
Italy And Austria
Paris All telephone lines across the frontier betwk.cn Italy and
Austria have been cut.
Many regular trains between the two countries have been sus
pended. Those running are packed with Austrian ami German mer
chants, fleeing from the country. Three thousand have left Rome,
Florance anil Bologna in specials and the frontier town of Lugano is
crowded with their companions in flight.
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Italian Army Cf 600.C00
("jicvii An Italian army of 600,000 men is mobilizing at Verona,
wit!. ii: : i: ir :i i distance of the Austrian border. Nothing has been
heaid for some days regarding the negotiations between the two coun
tries. Oriental Pilikia Pau
Tokio All military and naval movements against China have
been suspended as a result of the news received that China has accept
ed the terms proposed by Japan.
At China's Capital
Peking The foreign office is proceeding, under Japanese super
vision, with a treaty based on the Japanese ultimatum which President
Yuan Shi Kai has accepted.
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