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THE GARDEN ISLAND, .TUESDAY, AUGUST 10. 1915
JESSE L. LASKY
A Pietiirization of Edgar Selwyn's
THE COUNTRY BOY
MARSHAL N El LAN
In 5 Parts N
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Monday, August 9
Honolulu The second cook of the Wilhelmina dropped dead on
deck of steamer two hours from Hilo.
Private advices from Australia say that the campaign against the
United States is being pushed vigorously, on account of pro-German
editorials cabled to the Colonies. The results are seen in a slump of
American exports to Australian commercial centers.
The Chamber of Commerce will petition for the repeal of the
Texans And Mexicans Fight
Washington Texas Rangers, Mexican outlaws and county of
ficers are engaged in a battle near Nortis, sixty miles from Browns
ville and even farther inland than Sebastian, where two Texans wer
killed on Thursdav. The teleor.mli
call to Brownsville for help yesterday and a third cavalry troop was
ordered entrained at the earliest possible moment. The fighting is
still going on.
Greece And Bulgaria
London The question of Greece and Bulgaria entering the war is
still unsettled. It is probable that the newlv elected Greek parliament
will assemble next week with the matter of the war in status quo. The
Daily Mail made statemets yesterday that thousands of boxes contain
ing ammunition given to the Russians had in them onlv rubbish. The
condition has been properly ascribed to the work of German agents
who are said to have bribed the officers in charge of Russian factories.
Russia And Trade
Washington Russia has agreed to lift the embargo against trade
provided all consignments be. made through Secretary Redfield, who
shall be consignee so far as Russian exports are concerned.
Friction Between Allies
BerlinAthens reports that there is serious friction between
French and British officers engaged in attacking the Turks on the Gol
More Ships Are Sunk
London Two British and one Swedish ships have been sunk by
German submarines. Crews saved.
Abe Rueff Wants Parole
San Francisco Abe Rueff will ask for parole August 21 it being
stipulated that he will not enter San Francisco in ninety days so that
he will not take part in election for Mayor.
Pillaging Iu Haiti
Port Au Prince Roving bands ot brigands arc pillaging villages.
A company of marines started in search of them yesterday and brought
back one of their chieftains.
Germans Attacking French
London On the west front the Germans are expending most of
their strength against the French forces in Argonne and Alsace. Ef
forts of the Germans to recapture trenches which the French recently
took from them is costing heavily.
Catholic Cardinal Dying
Rofne Cardinal Lorenzelli is dying.
No Direct Peace
London No proposals for separate peace will be entertained by
the Russian government and a direct negative has been given tok the
German suggestion that negotiations for cessation of hostilities be
tween Germany and Russia should be opened.
Sunday, August 8
Russians Linger Around Warsaw
London The Russians still hold - tenaciously strategic positions
near Warsaw, hampering the advance of the Germans in every wav to
allow the main army full opportunity to escape with supplies and guns
The Germans are throwing regiments against the various en
trenched positions and wearing down Russian resistance.
The Russians hold two positions near Warsaw, the entrenched
camp at Novogeorgivsk, commanding the river junction and the rail
road bridge across the Bug river; also the very important position of
Prag, a suburb of Warsaw on the east.
What Berlin Says
Reports from Berlin say that the Germans have command of the
outer trenches of Novogerogivsk and that southwest of Dvinsk the
Teutons are making such rapid advance that they may out off the re
treat of the Russians.
Villa Would Be Dictator
El Paso Villa is striving to become Dictator of Mexico, as was
the late Profirio Dias, and would today disarm his men if this were
in sight and such action would assure peace in Mexico is a statement
made by his leading general yesterday.
Texas After Mexican Bandits
Corpus Christi, Texas Gov. Ferguson is recruiting a force of
Texas rangers to hunt Mexican bandits and raiders on this side of the
Gorizia Will Fall Today
Rome The lait of the outer defenses of Gorizia fell before Italian
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ussuuus yestercay anu tne city now lies at tne mercy ot miian guns.
It is expected that it will capitulate during today.
King Emanuel, of Italy, is making preparations to head the army
for a tnttmphant entry into the city, whose inhabitants are mainly Ita
lians and who will welcome the invaders as liberators. (.The city the Ita
lians call Gorizia is the Austrian citv of Gorz. capital of the Austrian
crownlaud of Gorz and Cradisca, about 390 miles south west of Vienna
by rail, and has a population of 25,432, two-thirds being Italians and
the remainder Slovenes and Germans. It is 35 miles N. N. W. of
Trieste. It is a pretty little city and on account of its equable climate
has been called the Nice of Austria. It is heavily defended and is, in
some respects, the gateway to Trieste. Ed. Gard. Isl.)
To Train More Officers
St. Louis Speaker Champ Clark announced yesterday that he
will introduce a bill in Congress to double the enrollment of cadets at
West Point and Annapolis (armv and navy.)
Mexico Slams Guatemalan
Mexico City The Guatamalan minister was yesterday handed his
passport by General Gonzales and notified that he would be given
twenty-four hours to leave the country.
Personal dislike for the minister is said to have been the cause.
More Fighting In Argonne
Paris Germans renewed attacks yesterday on many parts of the
western line, concentrating against the French in Argonne, 'where the
Crown Prince has been attempting to force the Verdun line.
The French positions violently shelled preparatory to infantry at
tacks. The Germans reached the French lines and a fierce hand to
hand conflict followed, resulting in the repulse of the Germans. i
The efforts of the Germans were mainly directed toward recover
ing Schratsmennell ? pass, in which attempt they failed.
Troops Will Fire Today
Nogales Funston's orders to open fire on the Mexicans in case
shots from across the border arrive on the American side went into
effect-at 6 o'clock this morning. The order .is regarded as the raW;
drastic since the capture of Vera Cruz by Americans. i"
Honolulu A. M. Cristy. a young attorney with the Frear-Pros-ser
firm has been selected for the office of deputy county attorney
It is rumored that the Great Northern may come on the Coast
Okuma Yielding To Pressure
Tokio Count Okuma is sccumbitiT to pressure to remain iu office.
Japan Day Is Postponed
San Francisco Tapan Day at the exposition has been postponed
to August 31.
Foreign Trade Secretary Pau
Washington The resignation of R, T. Rose, foreign trade ad
viser, has been received. He is a close friend of Bryan.
Mexican Outlaws Captured
Brownsville The three Mexican outlaws who killed two men at
San Sebastian has been captured.
Sweden Denies A Rumor
London Sweden denies a report that she will declare war on
Fishing Vessels Sunk '
Six British fishing vessels have been sunk bv submarines.
Situation North Of Warsaw
According to L.openliagen reports the fortress town of
north of Suwalki, has been evacuated by the Russians, while
The Russians may soon evacuate Riga.
Russian Retreat Menaced
from Warsaw are
The Russian forces slowly retreating eastward
in greatest menance from the-north.
The rear guards of other fronts are putting up stubborn
The enemy held in check. But in the north the advance
Germans is rapidly descendintr.
Southwest of Dviujik (Dunaburg) the German troops are progress
ing at such a rate that the Russians are menaced with possible capture
A Big Italian Success
rans -uue ot tne biggest Italian successes of the
Austria was won today when, alter a desperate battle
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Irieste. I he fall of Gorizia is now imminent.
Munich Celebrates Victory
Munich This city is the scene of the greatest celebration in its
history, on account of the fall of Warsaw and the part plaved by I eo
pold's men which are exciting the people to tremendous enthusiasm.
Greece Is Rather Shy
Athens Although representatives of the Triple Entente powers
are striving to induce Greece to join the Allies, Greece has not been
Saturday, August 7
Poland And Russia
Petrograd That Poland will not betray the cause of the Slavs
although her capital has fallen, was the declaration in a speech niade
to the council of the Empire by the Polish representative.
Jeff Calls On Gregory
Washington On the invitation of Attorney-General Gregory TJ
S. District Attorney Jeff McCam called today and conferred with 'hini
regarding the Judiciary in Hawaii. It is believed that the announce
ment in retard to the annointment of inrl
, , , j .. wiv. aiuiius Will oe
made very shortly.