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LATEST ' WIRELESS HEWS
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Norwegian Is "Run In"
Stockholm A Norwegian steamor has-been captured by a Ger
man torpedo boat.
The Long Case
engagements before Loos, while the French have recaptured the sec- Friday tternoon
Hon of trench gained yesterday in Champagne by the Germans, and Honolulu Advices from H. P. Wood say that the steamer Great
lfave made advances along the Lorraine front and in Alsace. Northern matter is still undecided. If the bervice is established it will
The capture of many small Genn.ui field pieces is reported. i,e ;,. tne nature of Pacific cruises, to include Hilo, arriving there at
Yesterday afternoon French aeroplanes raided against German
mnn frnm finti Pertrn nil (1 le.ivimr at midnicht for Honolulu.
positions at Saulon station and Metz. bcveral lires were starteu. Newcnanpr Man U Shnf
Avlin II n llifi ArAitlltr I
' G mt eston. S. C. Svdnev colieii. a newspaper reporter, was
Berlin The French offensive on the west was checked yesterday, c,.nt nml t-nierl in n melee outside of the room where the Democratic
Their attempt to capture the position cast of Aubenve has failed, and ..:., linti inet to caiivass the returns in the municipal primarv
the attacks on bousiu-Je-Mesnil and Dieinlrev nave also tailed.
The British offensive on the line east of Lille has failed, and
except at n point northeast of Vcrtnelles, and there a part of .the Bri
tish gams have been recautured.
San Francisco The steamer Great Northern will begin the Ha
waii service November 20, is the official announcement made by the
The steamship China, owned by a Chinese company, will leave
here October 23 or 30 in the trans-Pacific service.
Villa Reported Executed
El Paso There is an unconfirmed rumor here that Villa has been
arrested by his own men and executed.
And Another Story I
Douglas, Arizona General Garros stated today that he had been
informed that Villa had started for Casa Giande,
A Bad Train Wreck
Randolph, Kansas A Union-Pacific motor train crashed through
the abutment at Fancy creek today and was hurled jnto the water.
The loss of life was large. Some bodies have been recovered and more
are submerged under a portion of the car.
Sloman Becomes Fast Man
San Francisco Frank Sloman, of the Polytechnic High bchool,
who ran second to Ted. Meredith in the recent A. A. U. quarter
Honolulu The police have abandoned the double murder theory l.le eyent Qt Sau pranc;SC0( maac a 440.yard run in 48 1-5. The
in the Long case.
Monday, Odtober 1 8
Sugar, 4.20. , . , -
London Tnc question of conscription will probaoly reach a crisis
in England this week. The cabinet is sharply divided on the subject.
The British now have three million men under anus, but this number
is considered far inadequate for the task in hand, and it is considered
that methods which will double the army must be adopted. Thiee mil
r,it nvnilnble for dutv in the Spring are required. Germany
still has' ten million men available for war purposes.
The conscription plan may split the Cabinet of Great Britain.
Minister Garden Is Dead
Sir Lionel Garden, the British minister who was forced to leave
Mexico, died here yesterday.
On The Battle Fronts
Relative calm prevailed on the east and west battle fronts yester
day, although it is thought to be the calm that precedes the storm. In
the west the Allies are hurling heavy fusillades from big guns into
the enemy's works. This is where the new drive is expected.
In Alsace, according to official reports from Berlin, the French
are declared to have evacuated the west slope of Hartmannweillcrskopf.
Inactivity prevails in Flanders.
The Germans seemed satisfied to hold present positions.
Serious fighting is reported south of Riga, where a strong German
offensive is under way. The Germans are believed to be making anoth
er attempt to capture that point.
Phosphates On The Coast
Washington The United States will no longer have to depend
upon Germany for phosphates. According to announcements made
yesterday phosphates in ample quantity may be mined on the Pacific
A Movie Plant Kills
Atlanta Two women were killed and two seriously injured in a
mutual movie plant here yesterday .Fifteen other persons trapped in the
building were rescued by firemen.
Spanish Ministry Quits
Madrid The Ministry has decided to resign. The King will en
trust the leader to form a new one immediately.
Chinese Emissary Shot
Tokio Chan Tzhei, who was to have been agent engaged in' a
,r.,,nriiionl nrnnnfrniirtn on behalf of Yuan Shih Kai. was shot and
fatally wounded yesterday bv a Chinese student, A demonstration was
held in parks yesterdav to protest against restoration.
Villa To Retake Field
Elso Poso Villa has decided to abandon the administrative di
rection of his cause and take the field in the effort to revive failing
fortunes. He will lead a campaign in Sonora, where partial successes
are reported against the Carranzists.
Carranza Expels A Banker
Vera Cru. Carranza issued an order yesterdav expelling from the
countrv Tose Pardo. a Spanish banker who has been active in money
and sugar market's.
Winter Getting In Work
London Winter halts the enemy in Serbia.
Greece, it is reported again, mav soon join the Allies.
The Teutons claim that their progress has been deterred by heavy
rains while bad roads hinder the work of bringing up heavy guns.
The French and Bulgars clash at two places.
The fall of Strumuitz, where Allies have invaded Bulgaria, is re
ported to be imminent, This would be a severe blow to the new foe.
Sunday, Odober 17
London The Allies left Salonika yesterday by seven -troop a
i Heavy cannonading was heard yesterday in the direction of Dori
an, where it is believed the Serbs administered a decisive defeat upon
the Bulgars, driving them back, the invaders losing heavilv in guns
Nishi reports Teuton casualties for the first week of invasion as
The first German prisoners have arrived.
Greece Has Them Guessing
The position of Greece is now alarming the Allies. Reports yes
terday were of a secret pact with Bulgaria and Germany, which may
cause a break. The continued inactivity of Athens regarding Saloni
ka as a base also encourages the suspicion that there will be a break
between Greece on the one hand and Russia and Italy on the other..
German Transports Destroyed?
Petrograd Official announcement has been made of the destruc
tion in the Baltic of a fleet of German transports by British sub
marines. The transports were being convoyed by torpedo boats and
' cruisers when attacked by submarines. Ten thousand men are believed
to have gone down with the transports. So far as reported'no sub
marines were lost.
Villa May Buy Arms
Nogalas Yesterday it was announced that the embargo against
the shipment of arms from the United States to Villaistas were remov
ed, and the Villa chiefs hail it as the forerunner of recognition of their
Mexicans Break Neutrality
El Paso Thrie Mexicans were convicted here yesterday of break
ing the rules of American neutrality.
Hard Fighting In West
Paris There has been hard and continuous fighting on every
front of the war zone, and the number of men engaged today is great
er than at any time since the war began,
The British are more than holding their own in a series of trench
world's record is 47
Edison Coming To Coast
Thomas Kdison, who was invited to attend'the San Francisco ex
position, left New York today for the Coast.
. Darkey Bascba'lers Coming
Chicago The Chicago American Giants, champion colored bast
ball team" of the world, left today for Hawaii. They will play in. Ho
nolulu in January.
Bulgaria Would Stop Allies
Athens Authentic reports have been received that Bulcaria is
makine a strong effort to smash the relief expedition sent by the Allies
to aid Serbia to stop tue Anglo-French column before it can join the
Serbs. Forty thousand Bulgars are said to have reached the railread
Four others were shot, but not fatally injured.
President's Summer Capital
Washington President Wilson will establish the summer capital
at Long Branch, New Jersey.
Teutons Are Losing Heavily
Parisr-Tlie Teutons are losing heavily in their attacks on the
Serbians. Austro-German losses in northern Serbia have been 20.000
killed and 40,000 wounded.
Kauai Mnrderers Hanged
Honolulu The three Filipino murderers from Kalihiwai, Kauai,
were hanged in Oahu prison this morning They bore up well, two
ot them ascending the gallows unaided. .
Japanese Cruiser Reaches-Home
Tokio The Japanese cruiser Chitose arrived at Takosuka. All
German Destroyer Sunk
Copenhagen A British submarine torpedoed and sunk n German
destroyer at the entrance to the Cattegat strait, between Denmark and
Sweden. An explosion followed the impact, and the destroyer found
The Germans In Serbia
Berlin The Germans have enpture'd Pezarcvac, Serbia. Else-.
where along the Serbian iron the Serbs have been driven back, i
Briish Losses In Dardanelles
London The total British casualties at the Dardanelles since the
beginning of the campaign and up to October 9 number 96,899 men.
The killed number 18,947.
ftarManc Malrino A ftfanrl
The Serbian army driven out of Belgrade by the invaders are makl
ing a desperate stand on the heights above lhe city, while waiting
assistance from the Allies. Hopes are telt that the Anglo French ex
pedition will scon reach them.
Officiil announcement has been made of the declaration of war bv
Serbia on Bulgaria. The general staff of Bulgaria say that Serbia ini
tiated the offensive against Bulgaria, thereby violating neutrality.
Greece Remains Nentral
In a note to the powers Greece formally announces a definite de-
bridge between Vhlaudovo and Hovdovo, 20 miles north of the Greek cision not to participate in the war at present on behalf of Serbia.
border. uermans easy victors
P n . I L I. : l , , t r i . ...
uernian rrogress in ourum t cicspatcn irom ucrinau neuuquuners contains me claim ot suc-
Berlin Further progress has been made in the past twenty-four cess by the Germans in every encounter, the Allies being easily repuls
hours by the Austro-Germaus in their Servian campaign
south ot Semendria and east of Pozarevac have been stormed and the
eneuiv driven out, the positions being fully occupied.
The eastern forts at Zajecar fell before the Bulgarians
On the west line the French attempt to capture positions east of
, Hard Fighting In Lorraine
Paris There has been hard fighting along the Lorraine front,
series of attacks and counter attacks resulting in much bloodshed.
Saturday, October 16
Sugar, advanced to4.20.
Elia Long, nephew of Representative Long, killed his wife and
himself last incht after imbibing too freely, i. I here is no Represen
tative Lone" at present. Elia A. C. Long, lawyer, with offices in the
Kaoiolani buildinp. was at one time a Representative and is the only
man of that name k.nown to this paper. The murderer and suicide was
probably a very young man. Ed. uard. Isl ;
Roumania Will Be Neutral
London Roumania bows to the Kaiser and will not join in the
defense of Serbia. The Bucharest cabinet announces that the nation
must continue neutral.
The Teuton invasion in the southeast sweeps everything before it,
says Berlin; but London asserts that the small ally (Serbia) is holding
her own against the attacks by the Teutons.
Greece williot enter the war.
Fierce Fighting Two Fronts
Fierce fitrhtinc is takinc place on both the east and west fronts,
initio- heaviest nn the west: and the results are a mixture of gains and
Movements Of Russians
The Russians have resumed the ofiensive at Dvinsk and have suc
ceeded in piercing the Teuton line on an area equalling the width of a
The Russians have lost eround in Galicia, according to German
Killad By A Horse
El Paso General Rudolf Fierro, a leader in General Villa'." army,
was killed yesterday by a fall from a horse.
Lawyer Dies In Court
T.n Ancreles Attorney Charles Farrel. defending Schmidt, the
The Germans have lost no ground.
Friday, Odober 15
Sugar, advanced to 4.03.
, Wreck To The Westward
Honolulu News'Veached here yesterday ot the wreck of the O.
M. Kellog on Maro reef. The crew and the wife of the captain reach
ed Laysan island in small boats and from there reached Midway in the
sloop Helene,which they had chartered from Captain Max Schlem-
mcr. Assistance will be sant from here.
Zeppelins Know Their Business
Berlin "We see what wt are doing and we know what we have
accomplished in our Zeppelin raids," said a commander of one of the
German aircraft. "We know the extent of damage we have done in
London, in spite of reports from the British. We see plainly throuch. m
our glasses, and the river Thames points the way.. No matter how vT
dark the night, it is no trouble to find the spots we wish to attackr
President Approves Enlargements
Washington The President has approved the plans for enlarge
ment of the navy, recommended by Secretary Daniels and also for en
largement of the army, recommended by Secretary Garrison. The
total appropriation for national defense, contemplated in the new re
commendations, will total four hundred and thirty millions of dollars.
Banker Steamer Man
San Francisco Look Yen Hung, president of the San Francisco
branch ot the.Canton bank, heads the new China mail steamship company.
Small Fighting In East
London Fighting continues on the eastern front, but no encace-
ments of importance have taken place within twenty-four hours. An
official German despatch says that the Russians have been driyen
across the Stripa river.
Seventeen Germaus Missing
Loudon Seventeen German steamers are now posted as missinc.
and their disappearance is creditted to the activities of German submarines.
Naval Battle Yesterday
Stockholm There was a naval battle between Ru.sian and Ger-
man ships in the Gulf of Finland yesterday, during which one cruiser
was sunk or badly damaged.lt is not known to which side she belonged.
A Zeppelin raid caused fires, but no hint is aiven asMo where, the
only statement being that it was along the Finnish coast. It isthcught
j " . , . i,. , , .1 Olliy Siaieuicm uciiik .uui 11 wua muni; wic I'liuiiMi toast. 11 lSIIlCIIRil
Los Angeles Times dynamiter, was stricken in court and died shortly ,mt t, Zeppelin raid was ma(ie in connection with the naval engage
afterward. The case may be continued to allow Schmidt to secure .
Where Russia Gets Powder J.
How lo Meet Deficiency
San Francisco Representative Underwood says that Congiess
nlH meet the dificit bv retaining the duty on sugar, re-enactment of
the emergency war tax and increased Federal war tax.
New Stanford President
Stanford Dr Ray .Lyman Willum, member of the second class
..r-.i.iiinterl from Stanford University, will become president of the in
stitution on January 1.
Japanese Money For France
Tnlrin It is unofficially announced that Japan will attempt, to
mice n wnr loan for France.
The foreign office yesterday denied a report ot a pact witu luissia.
War Kill School Teachers
Paris Two thousand public school teachers have been killed in
battle during the war.
Washington Defective installation in the submarine K-2 resulted,
after investigation, in the court-martialling of Rear Admiral McLittle.
Increase In Regular Army
Washington The regular army will be one-third larger than the
nnMinrived strength at the present time, with a continual armv of
400.000 in reserve are features in the plans of Secretary Garrison
Ten regiments of infantry are to be immediately added to the present
Theadministration will recommend to Congress an appropriation
for national defense of $400,000,000 for army, of which gl72.000.000
are to be immediately available.
Two Germans Are Sunk
London Two German torpedo boats were sunk in two engage
The British steamer Salerno has been sunk,
New York Japanese ammunition plants are running to fullcapac
ity and most of their output is being sent to Russia.
Villa's Only Sea Port
Washington Ensonda (?) is now the only sea port held by Villa.
A New Matson Steamer
San Francisco Captain Wm. Matson today signed a contract for
a new million-dollar steamer for the San Francisco-Honolulu line, to
be ready for service in 1917.
British In The War
London A great offensive has been begun by the British in
Allies make an attempt to advance on Gallipoli.
A million men of Kitchener's army are said to be engaged in the
great offensive of the British.
What Germany Says About It
Berlin A new British attack, which promises to be among the
most important movements on the western line, is now in progress.
The British have taken the offensive along almost the entire line
from Ypres to Loos,
All attacks by them have faded.
The Balkan Hornet's Nest
London The Balkan tangle grew more complicated yesterday.
Germany has suspended the Russian postal service and holds up
foodstuffs consigned to Roumania. .
Martial law has been proclaimed in Grecian Macedonia,
Bulgaria is concentrating on the Grecian frontier.
The entry of Greece into the war is further indicated.
Russia may aid the Serbians, and Premier Vivani says his country
mav go to the relief of Serbia.
Russians in Galicia are attempting to prevent the Austrians
reinforcing their armv in Serbia.