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GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 191.5
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Bulgaria Ready To Fight
Rome Bulgaria is preparing for an early entry into the war.
Reservists have been called to the colors and many are leaving
A Brilish Steamer Sunk
London The British steamer Ashmore has been sunk in the war
Monday, September 1 3
London Battles for the possession of Riga, and on the Roumania
frontier, have not diminished in vigor, but, on the contrary arc grow
Petrograd despatches claim that the Russians have been generally
successful, though they have retired in the vicnity of Grodno for the
purpose of pushing their line from salient points. Big general offen
sive against Vilna and Dvinsk.
General von Kluege, the commander of the Austro-German forces
held respnisible for the defeat of the Teuton allies by the Russians
on the Serth river has been dismissed by Emperor Franz Joseph.
A report from Petrograd declares unfounded the rumors published
in America that the Gorcmyken cabinet has resigned.
Troopship Is On Fire
Halifax With 1,500' Italian reservists on board, the steamer San
tanais is afire in the trans Atlantic lano. The ship has sent s. o. s.
calls which have been received bv vessels in the vicinity.
Bandits Accounted For
Los Angeles One ot the bank bandits was captured and turned
States evidence against his pal, who was in such a position that the
officers could not get him. An officer went to the residence of Bishop
Nichols, whose home commands a view of the room occupied by the
bandit, and opened fire. This was kept up until there was no return
fire. The room was then forced open and the man was found dead,
riddled with bullets.
Yon Bernstorfl Returns
Washington German Ambassador von Bernstorff returned here
last night and will see Secretary Lansing today and discuss Germany's
answer to the American note in regard to the sinking of the Arabic
He has issued a denial of statements that he used, or attempted
to use, Americans as bearers of messages to the Berlin government.
No steps have been taken against others involved in the plot to tie
up munition factories
No message has vet been received from the Vienna foreign office
in regard to the requested recall of Dumba,
Rumors From Dardanelles
London Rumors came last night of victory for the Allies at the
Dardanelles, and promise that word would soon be received of the
great success of the long drawn-out battle on forts of the Narrows,
upon which fate Constautinorle rests.
The British recently landed strong reinforcements for their Aus
tralian and New Zealand contingents, who have fought their way from
Sulva Bay to Anaforta with tremendous losses.
Italians Are Non Est
The position of the Italian armv is unknown.
Marmora Is Closed
The Sea of Marmora has been closed by British submarines.
Teutons Have The Materials '
Lloyd George admits that the Teutonic allies have overwhelming
superiority ot materials ot all kinds. His faith, however, in the ulti
mate victory of the Entente Allies is unweakened.
Artillery Duelling Fierce
Artillery duelling on the western front is growing intense.
Edison Names Assistants
Washington Mr. iidison, named as head of the naval advisory
ooara ny secretary Daniels, yesterday announced the personnel of
scientists who will have the task of putting the navy on a sound basis
The commission will consist of renowned scientists. Twenty-two lead
ing men in various lines are named and will give their services to the
government. Neither Hammond, Jr., nor Wright are named,
Sunday, September 12
German Note Is Disappointing
Washington There are differences of opinion resnectino the trent-
ment that should be accorded the German note in regard to the Ara
bic incident, manifesting itself.
In official circles an acute situation threatened to develop when it
was learned that the formal note of Germany was in everv way in con
flict with representations which had been made by German Ambassa
dor von Bernstorff.
It is very evident that officials are disappointed.
The note has no reference whatever to a decision to issue orders
not to attack passenger liners without giving the commanders a chance
to surrendei , which is the point directly and openly promised by von
Villa Sorry He's Dead
El Paso General Villa requests that a report of his death, which
His uL-cii Kivtu uui, uc wiuriy contradicted, tic is yerv sore on account
ot me rumor.
"Law-Abiding Mexicans (?)"
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urownsviiie i wo thousand law-abiding Mexicans have been
unvcii iium uicir jiomcs anci iarms ny uandits and have crossed the
ooruer to American sou.
Russians Still Doing It
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w u,t iM..inuiu uums siaie mat tne Slavs are
once again adopting strong offensive tactics, and are more than hold
ing tneir own.
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j uc uernians are crowding close to Vilna, but are meeting with
increasing opposition and in proportion to gains are losing heavilv.
Third Yictory In A Week
Fighting In The West
London Heavy bombardment continues on the extreme western
section of the Allies' line. German gunners concentrated their fire on
the village of Ramscapelle, fifteen hnndred shells falling there during
The British positions remain unchanged.
Great Railroader Is Dead
Montreal Sir William van Horn, builder of the Canadian Pacific
R. R., died yesterday.
Easily Understood In Germany
Berlin Berlin finds excuses for Austrian Ambassador Dumba easy
for Germans to understand. Dumba did what he is charged with in
view of the one-sided aid being given to the enemies of Austria by
Bryan Expresses Opinion N
Minneapolis Former Secretary Brvan, in a speech here today,
said it was impossible for Dumba to remain as the representative of
Austria in Washington, as he no longer enjoys the confidence of this
government, which confidence he riiust necessarily have if he is to dis
charge Ambassadorial duties.
England Is Much Interested
Lond'n Wide-sprad interest is shown in England over news of
the recall of Austrian Ambassador Dumba. The British press expresses
the hope that Wilson will stand firm.
Honolulu The superintendent of public works declares that the
oil tanks at Iwilei are a menace to the whole district and will take
steps to safeguard lives.
A War Governor Is Dead
New York E. William Sprague, Rhode Island's war governor,
Governor Refuses Pardons
Sacramento The governor cave out todav that he will not con
sider cases of Ford and Suhr, the men serving terms for complicity in
tne hop fields riots two years ago, as long as present threats and injury
to property continues. Recent fires in Sonoma county are attributed
to arson trust.
Hawaiian Girl Entertained
San Francisco The Exposition's woman's board entertained Miss
Kawai ariuncheon today.
When Japan Will Disarm
PaloAlto Prof. Ichihaski says that if the western powers begin,
Japan will also disarm.
Doings In Illinois
Chicago Mrs. Vanderbeck, of Philadelphia, won the golf champ
ionship here today.
Government reports show light improvements in crops over
Europe Is Interested
London Wide interest is shown over the news from the United
States that the recall of Austrian Ambassador Dumba has been re
Press reports indicate that the United States has reached the limit
of forbearance and the hope is expressed that retribution will be per
emptory and swift.
The German note delivered yesterdav provt s to be one dealing
with the sinking of the Orduna, on her way to the Stales.
Fighting In The East
Paris There is uninterrupted and heavy artillery fighting taking
place at the east end of the western lines, being especially violent in
the Meuse and Lorraine districts.
More Ships Are Sunk
London The British steamer Cornsbia and fishing vessel Beog
neti have been sunk.
Melbourne The entire house of representatives of the federal
parliament has passed resolutions pledging the country permanently
against purchasing any more German goods.
Sunk In The Mediterranean
Pans An Algeria despatch says that the steamei Demostagnen
was sunk by a submarine. Sixteen of crew saved.
Saturday, September 1 1
Monoiuiu Asano, oi me i. is., jv. company, says mat ins com
pany will have twelve vessels on the Pacific coast Oriental run
Big Money Talked Of
A million five hundred thousand dollars spent on the public works
of all the islands is the estimate ot superintendent Forbes.
Waiting For Jndges
Letter from Washington states that Attorney-General Gregory
has not yet made any move in the matter of appointing the two re
maining judges in Hawaii.
Carranza Flies Into Air
Vera Cruz Carranza defies the ultimatum of the Pan-American
powers and makes a counter demand for the recognition of his govern
ment. He rejects in toto the Pan-American plan for a conference of
rival Mexican chiefs for the purpose of selecting a compromise presi
dent for Mexico, and in the face of the threats asks that the diplomats
meet him on the Mexican border.
Now Up To The Americas
This attitude of Carranza puts the question of strenuous action by
the countries ot North and south America up to the diplomats.
Looks Serious Again '
Washington The relations between the United States and Ger
many and Austro-Hungary are nearer the breaking point than at any
time since the beginning ot the war. Only a trine more friction is re
quired to induce the administration to hand the German and Austrian
ambassadors their passports.
The German note regarding the sinking of the Arabic is wholly
In view of von Bemstorff's reppated assurrances' that Germany
was willing to make amends, it is said that Germany will send a second
note radically different from the first. Unless such a note is received
from Germany, the reply of the United States will be made within
week, and Qerniany may take it as an ultimatum if she so chooses.
latt tndorses Wilsons lourse
Tacoma Former President Taft approves the attitude of President
Wilson in respect to Austrian Ambassador Dumba.
Austrians Condemn Dumba
Chicago Austrians resident in this city condemn the actions of
Austrian Ambassador Dumba and express loyalty to the United States
Japanese Search Steamer
Yokohama Japanese authorities searched the steamship China
today for German naval officers who may have engaged passage under
A Cunarder Is Sunk
Pans The Cunard steamship Alexandra was sunk by a subma
rine in the Mediterranean Thursday night. The underwater craft
may have been either German or Austrian.
Deadlock In The Balkans
London Negotiations between Serbia and Bulgaria have reached
Serbians report that they have offered the maxitim in fullfilment
Bulgarian desires for Macedonian territory to bring the lines of the
How Russia Looks At It
Petrograd The Austrians are massing troops for a new drive up
on the Slavs in the south east. An olfensive against the Russians in
Bessarabia and the middle Dneister district is believed to be the object
of the gathering of Teutons.
Hopes Have Been Buoyed
Recent successes against the Germans and satisfactory -Htyion
at Riga gives hope that with better guns the Russians will win. JT'
Washington Col. Lewis Goodwin, attached to department head
quarters at San Francisco, has been ordered courtmartialled for con
duct prejudicial to discipline. He is charged with interference with
the proper administration of an aviator school,
The Probable Explanation
San Diego The son of Colonel Goodwin was recently killed in a
flight and this is said to have caused the father to start a movement
against the management of the military aviation camp. "
A Noted Convict Hanged
Sacramento Convict Fountain was hanged today.
Bernstorff May Also Be Recalled
Washington The request for the recall of Austrian Ambassador
Dumba may lead also to the recall of German Ambassador von Berns
torff, Captain von Papen, German military attache, and Colonel von
French Trenches Captured
Berlin The French trenches at Schralzman and HnrtmansweiW.
koff have been captured by the Germans.' (It is hard to understand
how anybody could hold trenches with names like that anyway. Ed.
Was A Signal Yictory 7
Loudon It was a signal victory pulled off by the Russians at Tnr.
French Bankers To Meet
French 'financiers arrived today for the purpose of admcMncr
troublesome and fluctuating rates of foreign exchange.
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in latest reports from Sofia.
which a proposal will be made to negotiate a loan of a half billioFdol-
ars at live per cent interest.
The finance committee sailed secretly to England to guard ao-ninct
possible submarine attack.
Bitter Fight Is Coming
London Bitterest fighting of the western campaign
in the Argonne district in the next ten days.
Both sides are preparing for attack and are beginning with nr.
tillery duels which mark the opening of attempts to take opposing
Changes In Campaign
Petrograd A consultation is in progress between leadine eovern-
ment officials and the Czar concerning the formation of a new cabinet
and drastic changes in the government's campaign against the Ger
mans and Austrians.
Reject A Peace Resolution
Bristol The Trades Union Council in. session today voted down
resolution calling on the labor partv, representing 3.000.000 men tn
formulate and advocate peace satisfactory to the laboring classes.
Friday, September 10
Honolulu Inside information has it that the deal with the Grent
Northern to come on the Honolulu run will be successfully rnnmm.
Merchants have adopted ihe nine-days holiday plan throughout
The Kinatt has been definitely engaged by the Honolulu Cham.
her of Commerce to take the Civic Convention delegates to Lihiiv t-
Austrian Minister Is "Fired" v '
Washington Dr. Dumba, the Austrian Iminister to the United
States, has admitted that he was implicated in the tie-up of munitions
lactones 111 America, ana accreiary causing nas notlhed Vienna that
he is no longer acceptable to the United States as the Austrian rep-sentative.
Duma had written letters to Vienna which caught the eye of the
German Note Is Received
The German note on the Arabic incident was received at the Rtnt-
Department yesterdav, but has not been made public.
Germany takes the.stand that she is under no obligations tn in.
demnify any one for the death of the two Americans on board hut
expresses deep regret that their lives should have been sacrificed.
it is claimed that the liner was rttempting to ram the submarine,
in consequence of which the attack was justifiable.
While deeply regretting the incident, Germany is unable in no.
knowledge an obligation to pay damages.
Crown Prince Leading
London The German Crown Prince is leading the assaults in ttie
Argonne district, making desperate efforts to drive back the French
ine which has been slowly pushing the Germans back durinir Hip nnt
Disastrous Storm In Japan
Tokio Western lapan has been swept by a disastrous storm.
Explosion Abroad Destroyer
Washington An explosion aboard the Decatur, at the Philip
pines, caused tne death of one and injuries to two.
Carranza Still Hostile 1
Brownsville Carranza has failed to remove his troons (mmMr
the border on the Mexican side, despite his agreements to do so. JA,
large body is now at the crossing. They have not fired on American
troops, but reserve the right to fire if any rangers, denutv sheriffs or
civilians appear in force on the American side of the Rio Grande.
Lady Died Of Fright
New York Mrs. Shields died of fright when bunrlars entered
her home to steal jewelry. An apartment house hall-boy has admitted
complicity and implicated others in deal.
Famous Baseball Goods Man Dead
San Diego A. G. Spaulding, head of the great athletic .mode
house, died here today.
Liar Goes To Jail
New York Gustave Stahl, who made statements that he had seen
guns placed on the Lusitania and described them in detail, afterward
confessing to perjury and that he diliberately lied, entertd Sing Sin"-
prison today to serve eighteen months.
Zeppelins Reach London Center
Although the despatches regarding the Zeppelin raid made Wed
nesday night against the district of London lack particulars, it is evi
dent that the Zeppelins reached the very heart of. London and shower
ed hotels and the business district1 with bombs.'
No Americans were among the killed.
Russians Capture More Germans
Petrograd In theirdrive against the Germans on the Seret river
the Russians have captured 17,000 troops, 384 officers and many giuis
The invaders are now retreating along many miles of front.
The positions of the Russians in other regions have improved and
the defense of Riga continues to occupy all the drives of von Hinden
berg. More Trouble In Japan
Tokio The light naval piogram of the government has brought
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