Newspaper Page Text
pwpi'J '"wrw ! ""gym; -4gn;
THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 19,15
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of
THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Per Year, S2.50
Six Months, 150
Three Months, 1-00
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per
Inch per Month.
K. C. HOPPER,
LATEST WIRELESS HEWS
(Continued from page 5)
It has been practically decided by the investigators that the
perian struck a mine.
Heavy Rains Balk Fighting
London Heavy rains on the west front have intertcred with a
continuance of the offensive of the Allies and have been equallv em
barrassing to the Germans.
It is expected that further thrusts against the weak spots in the
German line will come sooiu
Berlin announces that a French airship operating over Alsace was
winged by an anti-aircraft gun and forced to descend.
Mormon Temple For Oahu
Salt Lake City The first Mormon temple ever erected outside of
the continent of North America will be built in the near future on
Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
Humboldt and neighboring counties in California were the vic
tims ot Saturday's earthquake shocks. For hundreds of miles along
the Southern Pacific, much damage was done.
Miners Are Rescued
Landlord, Pa. Eleven. miners were entrapped by a cave in here
Wednesday. Two were rescued Saturday and, after abandoning hope,
nine more were dragged out uninjured yesterday.
The K Submarines Sail
San Francisco The K class of submarines sailed yesterday for
Chicago The Federal baseball teams arc only four paces apart,
this being the closest race in the history of baseball in the major league.
Pittsburg, Chicago and St. Louis arc leading.
Russia Files Ultimatum
London Russia presented ultimatum to Bulgaria with a time
limit of 24 hours, which expires early this afternoon.
It is expected thrt Czar Ferdinand will return a peaceful reply,
and a declaration of war from Petrograd will come either today or to
morrow. This will set match to tinder and it is expected that the,
whole Balkan coudtry will be ablaze with war in the next forty-eight
The Russian ultimatum, which was presented at Sofia bytheRus
sian minister, calls upon Bulgaria to dismiss Austrian and German
officers who have recently arrived to direct the operations of tne Bui
earian army. If the dismissals be not executed within forty-eight
hours, the minister informs the Bulgarian minister of foreign affairs,
he has been instructed to leave Sofia, while the Bulgarian minister at
Petrograd will be handed his passports.
Greece And Roumania
The attitude of Greece and Bulgaria are now regarded as definite
ly established, while that of Roumania is uncertain. If Roumania en
ters the war at all it will be on the side of the Entente, but the possi
bility is that King Carlos may keep his nation out of the war entirely
Sunday, October 4
The Fighting In France
London There has been desperate fighting without a break along
the western line from Flanders to the Argoiine district, with compara
tively small gain for the Allies, which reported gains are emphatically
denied from Berlin, however.
Berlin Denies Latter
Berlin despatches contradict the latter report. They agree that
one French force penetrated the German line in tha Champagne dis
trict, but announce that it was annihilated, the few survivors surren
dering. On The Belgian Border
Before Dixmuede the Belgian lines have been subjected to a tor
rent of German shells, one section of Belgian trenches receiving 400
German shells during the day. Germans made attempts to follow up
with infantry attacks.
Oh The East Front
Berlin The Russian offensive west of Tarnapol, where the Slavs
were attempting to force their way back to Keyberg, has failed, with
heavy losses for the Russians. The Austrians say thev have not only
checked the Russian advance, but have broken it up, taking prisoners.
Linsingen Captures 3,400
Von Linsingen reports capturing 3,400 prisoners and is now driv
ing the retreating Russians northward.
Prussian Loss 2,000,000
Amsterdam According to figures given in German papers the
Prussian casualty list from September 17 to 28, in killed, wounded and
missing, was 63, 468, bringing the total of Prussian losses to nearly
2,000,000 men, which does not include the losses of Saxony, Bavaria,
Tokio The wireless to Japan will not be established until the
British Lose Heavily
Constantinople I lie British sustained severe repulses and heavy
losses in battle on the 1 igns with the l urks.
Losses From Flood
New Orleans It is feared that the death loss from the flood will
reach 500 and the property loss twelve millions.
The Canal Still Closed
New York Delay in opening the Panama Canal may continue be
yond the 10th.. as the slides keep coming.
Ultimatums Flying Around
New York According to despatches from various European capi
tals, an ultimatum from Austria to Roumania and Russia to Bulgaria
are among the probabilities of the week. Bulgaria's attitude is ex
tremely offensive to Russia.
Honolulu L. Abrams, defaulting secretary of the Hawaiian Trust
Company, has reserved his plea for out week.
It is reported that the wireless companies wili soon unite the Poul
son rights, said to have been acquired bv the Marconi Company.
We Should Worry
ban Irancisco A barber employed to dress the queues of the
troop of Japanese wrestlers nrrivintr here has deserted and will be al
lowed by the manager to return to Honolulu.
American Steamer Sinking
Seattle The American-Hawaiian stepnier Honolulan has wire
lessed here that the American steamer Grevwnod is sinkinir one hun
dred miles off Cape Flattery, at the entrance to San Juan de Fuca. The
tiiionian is standing by to take off the crew.
Honolulus Lose Again
Tokio The Japanese Athletic Club, of Honolul U. was beaten nt
baseball by the Kcios today by n score of 15 to nothing.
Adachi Is Entertained
ban Francisco Japanese Consul Numano cave a urand dinner
yesterday in honor of Adachi. the Japanese minister to Mexico, who
is now nere.
181 Known Dead
New Or! cans The number of known dead as the result of the re
cent hurricane is 181, of whom 117 are missing.
Austria And Roumania
Loudon A telegram from Amsterdam announces that relations
may be severed between Austro-Hungarv and Roumania by reason of
a determination of the Teutonic allies to send munition.? of war through
Roumania to Turkey, Roumania refusing to permit the passage of the
munitions through her territerv.
More Progress Reported ,
Paris Despite a heavy bombardment of the positions of the Al
lies by the Germans, the former have made substantial progress in the
Artois district, and in efforts on the heights of Lafollete have made
An important section of German positions east of Navaein has
British and French airman threw many projectiles on the rail
road behind the German front in an effort to destroy the stations and
lines and prevent reinforcements from reaching the German trenches.
Clash Imminent In Balkans
Guns mounted on aeroplanes are successfully bombarding the
According to reports today from Athens, troops from Sofia are
moving on the Serbian frontier and other forces are hurrying to the
British Sustain Repulse
Constantinople The British have sustained a severe repulse in
their campaign against the Turks in Mesopotamia and on the banks of
the Tigris, north of Korno.
A sanguinary battle resulted in heavy losses for the British troops.
German Official Report
German Headquarters In The Field, Oct. 2. The British have
tried no more attacks, while German counter attacks in the north have
made further progress, in spite of the violent fighting of the British.
Saturday, October 2
Washington Military Attache von Papen may be forced to follow
the trail of Duniba. The administration is worked up to a point of
asking for his recall.
At The Western Front
London Papers last night announced fresh successes at two points
on the offensive Hue, although the general situation remains about
the same as twenty-four hours before.
In the advance against the Massigne railway, the French have
brought up artillery and are bombarding the lines, preventing the pas
sage of trains. While the French have yet two miles to' go to reach
the railroad triangle and complete their victory they have reached suf
ficiently close to their objective to give practically command of the
lines which they plan to seize. By holding their present positions
thev are able, with the use of artillery, to hinder if not completely
check further use of the rails bv the Germans.
Short Hours For Workers
Camden. N. J. The Victor Talking Machine Co. yesterday
voluntarily reduced the working time of their employees to eight hours
Also In English 'Saloons
London On and after October 11 shorter hours will prevail for
saloons in England, and no treating will be permitted. The law will
permit dilution of liquors to a greater extent than now.
Bulgaria With The Teutons
Officials here believe that it is no longer possible to avert war with
Bulgaria, it being evident tnat Lzar Jf erdmand has determined to cast
his lot with the Teutonic allies and is preparing to launch an attack
on oeruia. i ins "'in mrce uie mnenie lilies to Keep tneir promise
to support all Balkan States.
In The Hurricane's Wake
Mobile The devasted area left behind by the hurricane, which is
now sweeping northwards, is getting back into touch with the outside
world. Authoritative reports from New Orleans, following the first
survey of damage, sets the dead at 19 and injured at 200, The proper
ty damage will amount to several millions.
England Supports Russia
London The Russian minister of finance and the British chan
cellor of the exchequer after a conference yesterday announced that
Russia and Great Britain nave decided upon a joint course of action,
which is taken to mean that England will continue to support Russia
The K Submarines Coming
San Francisco Four of the K submarines received orders by radio
yesterday to sail today or tomorrow for Honolulu where they will be
stationed. The K submarines are of a newer a-id larger class than the
Looks Like Carranza
wasntngton witn tne perioa given to villa to make good in
Mexico neatly up, indications point to the recognition of .Carranza by
the United States, to be followed by the other American powers. Vil
la has not made good anc. three chiefs are on their way to Vera Cruz
to arrange for surrender.
Bandit Chief Is Killed
Brownsville Luis Rosa, bandit chief .has been trapped and killed
Bodies of eleven Mexicans found at Donna, presumed to have
been the result of a skirmish with Texas Rangers.
Dreadnought Still Master
Washington Official and confidential reports received at the Navy
Department from the American Embassy in London states that th
methods evolved by the British admiralty for meeting and combatting
submarines nave proven successful, and tnat tne submarine is now no
longer a menace to shipping
iut.tv underwater snips nave been destroyed by tne new process
The dreadnought remains master of the sea according to the opini
on of naval attaches. The details of the scheme have been kept secret
in conformity with the spirit of American neutrality.
Honolulu An expert of the American Telephone & Telegraph
Company has worked here since June on the wireless telephone svsteni
which has now been successfully connected up with Arlington, Virgi
nia, Yaughan In Office
Vaughan has taken the oath ot office as assistant U. S. District
The Spaulding Suit
Colonel Spaulding, of Kealia. is being sued by the contractors
who put up his business building in Portland, Oregon. Three New
Yorkers, interested in this case, have arrived here,
Storm Sweeping Northward
Washington A tropical storm is sweeping northwest through the
Ohio Vallev ahd southwest Virginia. Storm warnings have been sent
out from Norfolk to Portland, Maine.
Japanese Weds English Girl
New York Takeshi Sakamina, son of an eminent New YorkK-V
physician, was mariied in a Chnstinn church -todav to a daughter of
an English minister of this city.
San Francisco The steamship Siberia, lately in the Pacific Mail
service, left today for Londoij.
The T. K. K. line is preparing to build a new wnart at ban Fran
cisco. Application for same was allowed today by tne port commission.
Heroes To Be Decorated
Tokio Heroes in japan's part of the war with Germany will be
decorated at the Mikado's coronation ceremonies.
Germans Report Hopefully
Berlin The British-troops on the west front have ceased their at
tacks on German positions.
The Germans have made further progress north of Loos, and
French attacks east of Souchez, north of Ncuville, and in the Cham
pagne district, have failed.
What. England Learns
London The Flench armies on the western front are bearing the
brunt of the big offensive movement and countet attacksjattempted bv
the Germans. They are hammering at the Gentians' second line of
defense. Gunners and aviators are dropping shells on railway lines
and stations to prevent reinforcements being brought from the rear.
On the west end of the line the British are consolidating their
newly occupied positions.
Sailing Ship Is Sunk
The sailing ship Helen Boyan has been sunk by a submarine.
Germans And Bulgaria
Sir Edward Grey announced today that the British government
has learned that German and Austrian officers are arriving in Bulgaria
to direct the Bulgarian army. He regards the situation with the ut-.-i
most gravity, t
Bulgaria has not replied to the Greek suggestions that the armies
be demobilized and the situation is regarded as ominous.
Allies Making Gains
Paris The Allies are making further progress in the Artois re
gion, driving the Germans from their trenches bv means of hand grenades.
The Germans attempted to make a counter attack in the Cham
pagne district, but were repulsed, At Soupir the Germans violently
bombarded the trenches of the Allies, but made no infantry attacks
Protect Serbia And Greece
France and Great Britain have taken military measures to defend
Serbia and Greece in case Bulgaria should declare war, followed by
invasion of their territory.
Big Loan Nearly Subscribed
New York Although the books for subscriptions to the big war
loan of a half billion dollars have not yet been opened, all but seventy
millions have been subscribed, thirty millions coming from one in
Norwegian Vessel Burned
Copenhagen The Norwegian bark Actis was hatted by a German.
submarine and the crew ordered to the boats, after which the vessel
was set on fire.
Friday, October 1
Honolulu Wireless telephone connection established Arlington,
Va., and Pearl Harbor vesterdav. Words clearly heard,
The Grand Jury indicted Abrams, who will probably plead guilty;
Restitution of the stolen securities has been made and the court wili
COPYRIGHT UNDERWOOD & UNOERWOOD, N. V.
GENERAL VON BESELER GOVERNOR OF ALL CAPTURED
RUSSIAN TERRITORY, ASSIGNED TO BATTLE WAY i
TO RIGA f
Riga, Russia's most important port on the Baltic, must be taken
at all costs, and the German General Staff has assigned General von
Beseler the conqueror of Antwerp nul Noyo-Georgievsk, and popu
larly known in the Faterland as the " Battering Ram," to smash his
way through the Russian lines and capture the city. General von
Beseler. was last mentioned as Governor of nil Russian territory occu
pied by the Germans and due to his iormer triumphs he was placed in
command of the campaign against tlu Russian port