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the .sun,, making noonday observations impossible ,y
H J.'SeVcralr' tidal wav.es,aldifgl!th'e,,c&ist'.are reported .--,
Riot In A Penitentiary
Toliet.' Illino'isTlrirtedt ihbusand'pflsb'ners in the
tentiary revolted last night when a trusty,
sW2Ktried'tb'h6Ect6 death' thervife 1 ofv the
who is believed to
-them with meals.
farther liorth. Ed. Gard.
The prisoners-were-ubdued'bytirecTuBs" of the
GeSre'sfcc.Netf Y6rK Heuf
Siegle.Must Make Good
fy'Sie'gle, lfeafl k tne late "great house
rlc, 'was1 yedterdav giveiithe choice of
.! .1 St J... .... t . V ,T
j of Siegeli Cooper Co (New! Yorl
i;serving! a-year ni jJriSoii' or. nfaking restitution to-all-whini'lic' had dc
ii;fraUdedin adccpthigltheir deposits at .T brivate baiik' under1 'h'is direc-
I firm-. ,t-nnriM,irt ,ih t-rvbp hi n 'li.inkr.lltlt rrtHYli'H'mi' ' ' 1 '' ! I
'De Wet, Is Convicted
Blomfontein, South Africa General.de Wet. the Boer le
. I I 111111 ii. t.'Itii. I SI I I r iii
renenea n: tne ueginniug 01 me European war anu weutpn,-, tiie 'war
path" on the side of the lemons, was yesterday conyfeted of treason.
,,, -i , Why. The nPope .Acted h u
Paris Pope. Benedictr in authorized interviews, declares that' his
r.EHoxtS-tQ.keep .of Jtaly.a-neutraljiation .wcre-purely-in- the- interest' of
xl-.vivieiuia IfieuteniiE v.oti. Piniter,)-"i- A'tistriaii officer f was-Jdap--tirrcdrtcigetherwitlrsonrror
his ufenrbyTire RussTans7"Wliire Ming'
escorted awav the party of captor.'ftjl rtrisoneis came under thel fire
of the Austrian artillery. In the Mpffin which ensued, von PJliiter
and his men succeeded in gengmoesffldAi of some of the guiis of,
the Russians, and by actiflft-rjtiicky iiVfJrfndJhis men captured
officers and 382 Russian fs- ft '"yjV
'TYTZt- V&lr 'Tiwr
anne which sank the
Rioting In Moscow
oscow! RiissiaTwenty million dollars of damage was done in
anti-German riots in this city in the past few days. Five hundred
st-oiicsiand factories, and' two. hundred dwellings were wrecked.
js t - ,jSrbians Reach Adriatic
-,13AtJiens It is reported that a, Serbian column . of invasion has
reached (the Adriatic aud occupied IJurazzo, (Durazzo,, the,, ancient
city of Epidamuus, a seapqrjt on the Adriatic and capital of the sanjak
of Dtirazzb, in the Vilayet of Iannuia, Albania, Turkey, is;a.own of
five tb sis thousaiid people; It is 50 iniles south tif ScutaH'afid, is on
the bay of Dtirazzo, an inlet; of the Adriatic Sea. . The purpose 'of the
llmpyeAby Serbians ,not'Vet cleSir, unless it be' ,to deti-'afct the attention
lv.lWv.V ,11 T.'. jl.'.-i.!.' rt. l.. Mi !'rA.. ii. T.-'iT.iJ 7'.'.
"' aiiiuit iiiPMsii iiiuiicii'.c 111 n.iu.iwiu liuin 111c Italian iiiiuiuiivcr
' the; Price Of Bulgaria - .,iJ
"Washinirton :Bulearia'?s nrice for enterini? the wnt is 'nrnntin.nllv
, UiU I 1 C" .i--. . o f 1 j
impossible to pay; according to-statemcnts-madc-in-tliplonintic- circles
here Vt'slerday. 11 , v i
' , The Trouble With Greece
The only waV Greece jyill consent to enter the war will come from
an arrangement whereby she may send a laud force throuch Bulearia
;to figlit Turkeyi This movement would have to be through n strip:6f
lanu wiuoii separates the Hellenes from the country of the Moslems.
Bulgaria will not consent tp, any such move unless she gets cessions of
tcrriiory irom ureece on , tne Aegean, trom bervia on the west and
from Ronmania on the Black; Sea, in addition to a share in Whatever
partitioning is to be done with Turkey in Europei - .
' ' ' 1 r What London Thinks : V
London thiiiks that the suggestion that Bulgaria would throw her
strength to Gernianv in case Greece should attempt to despatch troop?
across her territory is merely .bluff '.
' Bombard German Balloon Sheds
AmsterdamThe Allies Thdrsday night carried out a loim. aerial
bombardment 6f the balloon sheds at Brussels. A number of ZeDoe-
Jins ,wer,e damageu, according to reports.
w ." Britisher With Swede Flag
L"o'ndon-Germany claims that the submarine U-29 was sunk bv a
British steamer fiyingthe" Swedish flag, and gives that as the reason
or suilfjiK S0jiua,ny Swedish and Norwegian vessels. " - 1
i i , ..The French Battle Line 1 '
; ,Paris.--Th(3te has been .general fighting along thVfro'nf during the
past, t wenty-,f our hours .the French and British beit'sr on thd 'offensive
from close to, the. Swiss border in Alsace clear around to the Fleiiu'sh
1 t 1 . . 1 . . f 1 i 1 .J
coast. ' . 'i , ,
The 'French' 'have'1 made notable advances, in upper Alsace.
driviugtheir positions' to'the Fech't river. In Woevre the Font, ;der
V.eal. has-been regiijed.; '
. German. offensive. east ot Luiieville has gained for them possession
of, .the village of Embernjeil.
Noftli of Arras the" German offensive has been checked, wjiile
counterattacks by the 'French have advanced the lines around Souchez.
British Recruits Intercepted
1 Chicago Acting' bu advice of the Department of Justice: Federal
bfficials here intercepted a squad of 26 recruits for ,the British , army
bound; from S5n Francisco'to New York. Th'ey were in charge ,of Bri
Jjsh armv officials. Charges had been made by Germany that recruiting
was being doupjii the United States. ' '
r bermans Uccupy wodek
London Unconfirmed despatch savs, Germans occupy Grodek.
t ihe rresident And Mexico -
The Trouble At Annapolis -
' Annapolis". 'Mel . One of the midshipmen testifiedief&'re the board
of inquiry at the naval academy" yesterday that in hisobinibn
the 'class micht be iruiltv of itsing stolen information to hel
aa il WUkl lUlff III mil J w i fy - f-
pass the examinations. Sevpn midshipmen have already been touvict
i 1 ,,
ii ' g '-Washington The United Sfat'esTsupremecouri; wilf - review if
n taiuQiis uiggsaiiu.-uinnieiiwwiuic slavery cascjrom uainornin
y g -jt-iIotTinie In Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia After the governor commuted the sentence, of
the notorious Leo Ftank -yesterday to life Imprisonment, mobs literal
8 lY.BPUiSHSsssiqii.of ths citv .fr a, time. r-
The Gcyernor wasj,iunc.incfngy. in the, .uouje. to.wn. of. .the girl
murdered by Frank, and he was also threatened with viplcijce ,:n this
cityTast night. A
jt m:i, ti tl d:-i. T '
5 ; mitn niicmr iiic unin f
C fT.hd; police vefe, unable to control the mobs, and the militia had to
I be calied'out.' One lieutenant was injured by'being hit with a brick.;
Turks Shooting Strong
Constantinople Turkish forts on .Gallipoli have taken the offen
sive and inflicted heavy losses on the Franco-British, left wing, The
Allies were eoYnpelled to' change position on account of the heavy fir
ing of the Ottomans, which silenced their artillerv..
Further Success By Germans
Unrll,, l?,,f'Hlir.V e,rfccc l,n,.i Ipah naf .If'l, K,. fl..-'
aud.Au'strians in their drive against Lcmberg.
H'V i! . 1 . i .Italians Again At It i . ; '
Udine After severe, storms, the general attack of the Italian
forces on the Austri'ans was resumed today "with increasing violence.'
frhe.Iijaliaiis, are now encountering, stronger" and .greater resista'nee.';
San Francisco Japanese government has established a consulate
vat'Los"Atigeles: 'Unions have' adopted a rifle not to admit any saloon
-keepers-employing' Japanese. . - -
. . . Tqkio PreniierOk.mna.and Marquis Ito are. in conference oyer
iL'jI- Queens Narrow Escape. - ,
Berlin In raiding Karjsrulie, last week it is said that the airmen
of the Allies narrowly escdped' killing Qtiecn Victoria, of Sweden, i
I i. i ' Mexican Cabinet Split ,
'NJ-Washingt'oh-J-Consul'Sillimanconfirms the report of'a split in! the
.Carrqnza cabine.t.iit; Mexico; i ) i : . j
Another .Note lo hngland , . , 5 "
Washington New representations will be made to Great Britain
. against tlie use of the American flag on English ste'amersj in the !war
""-A-note is -now-in -preparation- dealing' with- further
of-neutral commerce.- - - . . ...
.On The French Line
J- London he Allies report important battling along tlie right
Vfngon. Alsace-Lorraine line and in the Vosges. Noth of'Arras and
cfin Lorrairiehe Allies gained materially.
iwThe fighting is of unusual violence.
It ii i t
" Sugar, 4:9. ,
Monday, June 2 1 ,
Will Shift To Russia
Ht Despatches. from Berlin show extra confidence of Austro-Gcrmahs
, i t - , 1 - - - " M ...I... ...... ... UllblU
kbycapturing the capital, Lemberg. After battling for weeks to crush
ibe, initial sweep of the French, and being farther from the channel
(ports' than' they were ten months ago, the Germans are completely re-
a i i i... . , ..
lYcrsiug meir siruicKVi uiiu win iiiukc an iiueinpi to crusn tue KUSSlail
jfpfreusivc. It is reported m this connection .hat the Kaiser is in sup
g reme command in the.Lialician campaign.
&rJie;"Alles are' appreciably concerned ai'd are bv no means cpnfi'-1
iuentttl5t'the Russians wjll be able to hold Lemberg against the Aus
troiUermans. w -
Washington President Wilson makes it plain that patience; is
exhausted with Mexican matters, and iio end of trouble appears in
sight. Carranza has been. eliminated from consideration and has'left
Vera Cruz in fear of an, uprising. General Obregon takes away the
army to set up a Hew leadership. The situation is yeryi complicated'.
, Saturday Afternoon - , . ;
Honolulu-r-lyp new probes for the brewery are in prospect.
Saii.Francisco-T-rSaito, the Japanese who eluded the immigration
officials, causing a sensation, has been released under bond of $5,000.
Another Fool Mexican . . , ,
Negales The governor of, Sonora authorizes the .statement that
the entire forces at his command will be used to resist the landinc of
American marines on the west coast to protect Yaquis.
,. , Mexican Leaders Squabble
Washington Argument between Carrahza and Obregon and dis
sensions in the Carranza cabinet has developed a new angle in' the
Mexican situation. . u
The Italian Invasion
Rome The invasion of Austria by Italy has progressed success
fully in the past three weeks. Italy now occupies more than twice as
much territory as was originally offered by the Teuton alljesfor Italian
The Austrian fortress nt Mnlhorgcth'-has been "demolished.
Raid of Italian seaplanes and dirigibles' damaged Austrian fortress
es, and .railrbads. oi the Isonzo front. , ,
., On The East Front 1
T.ondnn- "Dpsnntf-lieR from flip 'pntprti .tvn'rmi env tlinf tVio A'i.
tit' ' ' ' " .....w uiv iiuj-
tro Germans have driyen the Russians, har.d ifor two weeks, and' that
the Russians are now' turned at bay along the Grodek line.
Neither side has been active for the past twenty-.four hours.,
The French are holding the Germans north of Arras, occupying
positions on three sides of Souchz.
Offers To Bulgaria ;
, Rumors persist that the Allies are bargaining to secure the aid of
King (Ferdinand, of Bulgaria against the Teutons. Bulgaria has been
offered big territory if she will join the fight. No alliance has 'been
'signed. " 'I
Another Vessel Sunk : ' '. ' '
The British steamer Dulcie has been sunk, by- a- submarine.-'
Saturday, June 19 , .
'' Sugar, 4.89. - " J :;
HonoluluThe brewery scandal grows. Attorney Frank, Green
well lias' attempted to prevent further disclosures by Field, the! prober.
j i - A wireless has been sent to the Sonoma for the arrest of Dr,.,Wnr.
fEt-Punn, resident physician of the Queen's Hospital, vyho js chargeel
wijth, a, statutory crime. '' ' f' ', ?
Another Norwegian Sunk " ! ii
, , Copenhacen Another, Norwegian' steainshi'p was, sunk' vest'erdiy
by a (jcrinafi submarine. Fceiug among Scandinavians is b'ecoiuiiit
quite strong over incidents of this sort. . . : ..'
' !? ' British Steamer Also 1 ' ," 3
A 'Ln'do'n The British steamer Ailsa was sunk by-'a -submarine1 to
day on' the southwest coast of Scotland. . . ,
" 1 ' A Hopeful Situation . . n .
t- .1 Berlin Anton Meyer, sent by the German Ambassador at Wash-
ingtouito, Germany .tos assist in clearing up " the situation, announced
tpda.Vn after 11 conference with Dr. Zimnieiihann,. that he is co'n'fideht
f r .. ... . - .
tnat prospects are iavorapie ior an, auucauie 'settlement between Ger
many atijl the United States. ' :
-,"L ' Another Doctor Meyer ' 1
Washington Robert Lfinsin, secretary ,of. state,, ad, interim, is
satisfied that the Dr. Meyer under arrest iii New York, is not, f)r,.Al-
fred Meyer, cluct of the supply department pf tl)e Gcrmmi government',
as 'has' been alleged; ' ,.
' 1 ' "Disease Among Turks i 1 ': h
Tiflis Within the last three months forty thousand Turkish "sql:
uiers nave uceii uisuuicu uy.uisease..i ' . " n 1
ed of the charge. It i9 tlie belief of the other. -midshipmen
first seven bbvs had been picked to be the goats" by the first
Becker Near 'His Fate , ,
Albany Lieutenant Becker, convicted murderer, .has lost
point before the court of appeals.
The Galician Campaign ' ' 1
London In the campaign in Galicia the victors 'are suffering en
tirely out of proportion 'to trje value of the territory 'gaincdl The
Russian line has been driven back across the Galictan-iRussian border
Bujgana And Koumania
There is a strong probability of the immediate entry of Bulgaria
and Roumania into the war. ; , , t;.rn.
Friday Afternoon, !
Honolulu The brewery niatter is in: tne uajicis,oijUie county at
torney to act on information from the license commission. Bartlett-is
accused of forgery and embezzlement and may, be brdiigh'i'backj from
the coast . , . . .. j
Delegate kjihio will make no statement as lo his connection with
the deals.-'i - : ' . tVV
Heavy Storm Kills ; , ; !
Kansas City rTwelve persons have been'killeti by a rain ami wind
storm extending over the middle west-
" " Texcoco Is Taken ,
' Galveston Texcoco has beeii captured by tlie "Cpnslitiuionalists.
.. .. '' . Another Japanese Protest ,y
--' 1 Tbkio Count Oktima called a special meeting bf jtjie. Cabinet
dajTfo issue a protest to Peking government regarding the boycott bf
Japanese goods. :
British lost Ground t ,
Constantinople Inspection of the Turkish positions Avi Bur'nu on
the welkpfast of Gallipoli Peninsula, made by, a correspondent of the
AssociateV'rress, shows that the British lost most of the groundfifor-
Singular Despatch, This
The British fleet has taken refuge from German" submarines on
the north east coast of Imbros Island. .CTlie straiigetiess of this state
ment "vill 'be appreciated when it is remembered that Imbros island is
situated in the Aegean Sea and belongs to Turkey. This is the first
intimation mat uermanv naa any submarines 111 mat locality
must haye come from the Adriatic. Ed. Gard. Isl )
On three occasions' the Turks were successful. Hi explodinc mines
vessels in supposedly jjecure refuge. .
Russia Won't Give In f"
Petrograd Officials will not admit the loss of any part of Grodek
region to the Austrian-German forces.
The Russians have"gathered , at Grodek -to, defend Lemberg.
The Russian war office admits frequent retirements 'of "Russian
forces before superior numbers. ;
Russian attacks have left the Austrians and Germans so cxhaust-
.ed.that.theiroppouents have been able to resume-the-offensive.
Russians Pushed Back .... ,
London In northern Galicia the Russians have been pushed
f aftlfer"backl ' - - . 1 - .t,
Attacking Force Destroyed
Berlin The forces whicuattackedhe German positions north ot
La Basse have been destroyed, only a few soldiers making ths retreats
London Admits Reverse.
London The attack of the British and French forces on the west
ern end of the German lines sustained a check and the Allies arexno
longer on the offensive. ijf-
Bryan Suggests Mediation
Washington Bryan in a concluding section of his statementfsug
gests mediation as a'way to Stop the wat. He suggests that the Unit
ed States make another offer bf mediation. , ;
'Friday, June 18. 5
Sugar. 4.895. , I
Honolulu The Honolulu License Board find that the former
management of the brewery was rotten with corruption. Investiga
tion of several saloon keepers showed that money was used in a layish
manner by the brewery to control their businesses. Delegate is brought
Austrian Submarine Torpedoes Italian -Roma
An Italian submarine,. while cruising off Pola, the Austri
an naval port, vesterdav was sighted by an Austrian submarine s-and
the latter let fly a torpedo which found its true mark. No bodies' re
ported as having been recoveied. h
(Here followsjiitn unintelligible despatch about a meeting between
the British steamer "Tiirnwell and the British steamer StnfFnrfl- ivVln.
sives in the "hullj: somebody blowing upithe Turnwell. which
badly damaged although still afloat, and the crew arrivine s
:ir 1 -lt rtl.: r , '- , , .
milium ii.ivi.-ii. -pi ins iiiici nuuu s wireiet, it is nopecl. 111
some Key t mis remarKaoie scramble ot iiltorination.;
I 1! Asquith's Son Wpunded
London The son bf Asquith has, been- wounded "in battle in
France. ' ' ,
wi. .. . Report From Berlin g
Berlin Pera, "a Christian suburb of Constantinople, is reported to
be a fire. " S
Russia continues to. break -ground before the advancing Germanic
allies, - ' -'
Austrian troops yesterday occupied Nietnerow, thirty miles from
Lemberg. Probably the Russians will make a final stand in the ici
nityofvGrodik A decisive battle may be expected from the conflict now. in pro
gress along- the "whole Russian front.
Wpod.fibre may now be placed pnjthe list of .contraband, . j
British Answer Coming
Washington Intimations recently received from the British Em
bassy are to the effect that an answer to the. A'merican note of March
30 may soon be expected. ft
Bulgarians May Be Called 1
San'Francisco Bulgarian residents here received notice yesterday
to prepare to joitr the colors and see service in the field. 0
l lie Kaiser win send airships against London and .Paris simul
taneously, is the report here. vAi','Vi
Canadian Mechanics Gain?
'" . L'oridonf-"Skived" Canadian mechanics may go to .England tolen-
gage in me iiiuiuuuciurc 01 munitions 01 war.
At Eleele Church
The festival at Eleele tatholic
c)iur,ch Sat.urday night, with fea
tures on Sunday, turned out to be
an elaborate and 'most enjoyable
and successful affair, attended by
throngs of people of the place and
of neighboring' tov'ns. The Kapaia
band discoursed deligh'tful music.
R. D. Moler had charge of impor
tanFfcaturesof 'the program
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