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Admiral Boggs Dead
Paris Admiral Boggs, U. S. N., died here today.
Obregon Scores Yiclory
Naco From across the border comes news that Obregon captured
Cananea from Villa forces yesterday. Trains are again running.
Offensive Movement Dardanelles
Rotterdam Cologne Gazette reports a great offensive movement
has been begun by the Allies at the Dardanelles.
Small Steamers Sunk
London Two small British steamers, the Hallamshire and the
Merganser, were sunk in the war zone. Crews saved.
Teutons Force Entrance
Berlin Teuton forces have forced an entrance into the Iab Val
ley, in Serbia, taking possession of both sides of Padujevi.
Turkish Transport Sunk
London News has been received here that a big Turkish transport
operating in the sea of Marmora was sunk by a mine and five hundred
Serbian Victory Confirmed
Paris Report that Serbians won a definite victory not far from
Nish is now confirmed, British and French troops are advancing
slowly along the railroad, clearing it of the enemy and repairing the
line as they advance.
1 Globe Resumes Publication
London The London Globe, recently suspended by order of the
government for printing a story that Kitchener had resigned, was al
lowed to resume publication today.
Serious Eruption Stromboli
Palermo Eruptions ot Stromboli are becoming more serious.
Sides of the great volcano are cracking and people fleeinir from the
War Zone Around Greece
Salonika To force Greece into war on the side of the Allies, it
is planned to establish a war zone around Grecian territory and threat
en her with starvation, according to rumor here.
Allies are so determined to make Greece declare her intentions
and punish her for alleged failure to fulfill her treaty obligations with
Serbia that they will carry commercial blockade tothe extent of es
tablishing a war zone. '
Teutons And Roumanians
Rome Strong efforts are being made by Germany and Austria to
bring Roumania tp their side. Germany and Austria are emphasizing,
in their negotiations with Roumania, the hope that the latter country
will remain neutral, They are putting forth alternate proposals offer
ing certain concessions to Roumanians if the country will enter the
war on the side of the central empires,
Rome Italian troops made important advances along the Isonzo
front bringing hope for a successful prosecution of the Trieste cam
paign. Lines are being pushed against Austtians, especially on the
heights north west of Goritzia where advances are noticeable.
Honolulu Tanjong Olnf Rubber Co. will pay dividend on shares.
Consolidated Oil sells on the coast at $2.00 per share.
Kunio is soon to attach tne LHiuokalani Trust in court.
to deed him beach property which is prevented
Monday, November 22
Condition Serbians Serious
Paris Conditions with Serbians are serious but not so
as reports of the past few days would indicate.
Austro German advance has proceeded slowly and every
gained nas cost tne invaders lieavily.
MonasMr is destined to be the decisive point. Franco-British re
lief expedition is moving against Bulgars.
Greek Altitude Intolerable
London Position maintained by Griece in view of straits of Ser
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uiuiib, nas uecome nuoieraDie to tne untente powers. A peremptory
demand has been made on Premier, either to definitely align Greece
with Serbians for fulfiillment of treaty obligations or proceed at once
wuii ucmouuizaiion oi ureeic lorces.
Drastic Stand By Government
Washington The government will take drastic steps to curb plots
iuiuieu wim view id uesiruyinjj munition plants.
Heavy Guns For Goritzia
Rome Especially ITeavv guns have been brought up by Italian
for purpose of reducing Goritzia fortifications.
Russia To Aid
retrograa Kussians are to relieve the situation in Serbia and a
great army will tie landed on liulganan coast.
v-omo nariton convicted ot killing Ins wife, has been released
irom prison naving served Ins two months sentence
Attempt Kill Oil Magnate
larrytown An attempt was made to kill John D. Archibold. the
omimuru uii magnate, ov placing a bomb m the main roadwpy of his
uoiibe, out macnine was discovered in time.
Honolulu Fifty four boys of the Waialee Indtistrial School made
a ureas lor noerty alter assaulting teaclier. They were afterwards caught
in the mountains by armed teachers, with the exception of three who
are skill at lnrcc. whilp nni- ! Inrlnnrl
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Sunday, November 21
London While the fall of Monastir is not definitely confirmed
ii is lUKcii ior Kiaiueu mat muganans will soon occupy the city, if
not already there. A portion of the Serbian army will be forced
acioss the border into Greece. This will bring to a head the question
of Greece's attitude toward Serbia. It is understood that Greece will
order interned and disarmed all Serbians found within her border.
lintcntc powers have declared aiid ready to enforce economical
and commercial blockade of Greece as n sign of resentment felt at
failure full fill treaty obligation to Serbia.
Reports from Constantinople say French at one time opened fire
on Serbians, taking them foi Bulgarians.
Ancona Boat Comes Ashore
Toranto, Italy A boat from the Ancona containing 13 dead
bodies came ashore yesterday. One corpse showed wounds from shell
and boat bore evidence of shell fire.
Villa Disastrously Defeated
Nogales Villa's forces disastrously defeated in an attempt to
recapture Hcrniasillo. Lost 1000 men. -
Prisoners III Treated
London Prisoners in one of German prison camps, where some
British are confined are not well treated, not being furnished 'with suf
ficient clothes, according to statement by Ambassador Gerard. Ger
man guards are reported to have brought dogs into camp at night,
against attacks of which prisoners had no protection. Germans admit
that thev use dogs to guard camps, and that it was necessary for the
preservation of order.
Fierce Fighting Izonso Front
Paris Fiercest fighting of the war is being waged along the
Austro-Italian line for tne possession of Goritzia. Italians have been
bombarding incessantly, and citizens 1lave suffered. The fall of the
city is expected before uianv hours. Italian gunners up to the present
time, have spared, the citv as much as possible on account of the pre
ponderance of Italians residing there.
Verona Has Narrow Escape
Madrid The Italian liner Verona had a narrow escape from
German submarines, but she managed to escape from submarines
International Labor Head
San Francisco Gompers has been elected head of the Internation
al Labor Unions. Resolutions passed calling upon the Federal gov
ernment to enforce laws against the introduction of Asiatic labor in
the United States, at meeting of delegates American Federation Labor.
New Inspection District
Seattle New steamboat district has been created, providing new
measure to be presented to the Department of Labor and Commerce,
Copenhagen Zeppelin destroyed through accident, killing num
ber of soldiers, at Dondern, where machine was confined.
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xionoiuiu in wmuow uecoraiing exmuii, Hawaiian jNews tooK
1st prize, Mclnemy 2nd and Sonny Cunha 2rd. Affair great success.
bringing thousands of people. Carnival Committee will work on plan
for a week.
, Monitors Bombard Positions
London Monitors of the Allies are bombarding the German posi
tions along the Belgian coast.
Italy will soon declare war on Germany.
Russian Settlement With Persia
Teheran Russia and Persia will soon settle their difficulties.
Catania The volcano of Stromboli is now active.
"Pursued By Submarine
Madrid The Italian ship Verona sent calls over the Mediter
ranean saying she was pursued, by a submarine showing two periscopes.
Harvard Wins From Yale
Cambridge With a final score of 41 to 0 Harvard's football team
triumphed over Yale. This is the largest' score Harvard team has ever
made against Yale and was largely rolled up by Eddie Mthon whose
clever run and ability to smash the line resulted in five touchdowns
for the crimsons. He kicked four goals,
Pianist Marries Manager
San Francisco Tina Leruer, noted Russian pianist, secured di
vorce last Wednesday and married managei here.
Hillstrom Burial In Chicago
oau iase it is oenevea tne Doay ot tiiiistrom will be buried in
Chicago and a monument will be erected,
Honolulu Marcallino got 5 years to run concurrently, which
means he will serve two years only.
Boyle will fight gambling charge agc.inst him.
Saturday, November 20
Indian Disturbances Exaggerated
London Various reports circulated for several weeks past regard
ing widespread disturbances in India and among the Indian troops
are declared in an omcial statement from Indian Office to be either ex
aggerated distortions or altogether false.
Surgeons Uphold Action
Chicago Coroner's jury composed of surgeons heard the case of
death ot malformed child yesterday and declared such life would have
Fortification Pacific Urged
New York Captain Niblack. U. S. N. urged the proper fortifying
ot the Pacific coast and Hawaii in an address before the Naval Archi
tects last night.
General Carter Retired
Washington General Carter was retired for age yesterday.
London Series of Russian successes are reported along the entire
eastern front, Slavs have repulsed German offensive in the North, cap
turing a number of prisoners, and have again defeated Austro-Ger-
tnans in Galicia,
Presidential Nomination Declined
Tcrre Haute Eugene Debs ,vho was offered the presidential no
initiation on Socialist ticket has declined to run.
World's Supreme Court
New York A campaign for the creation of si World's Supreme
Court was launched yesterday under the auspices of the Banker's
Club. . ,
Letter Protest To Britain
Washington Secretary Lansing has begun a supplementary letter
of protest to the British government against the enforcement of con
trilband rules announced in British order in council
Roumanian Neutrality Violated
Bucharest G.erman troops have invaded Roumanian soil, seized a
portion of it for military purposes and committed other acts violating
tne neutrality ot the kingdom , is the charge made by one of the lead
ing newspapers here.
Chinese May Be Employed
Petrograd The minister of trade and industry yesterday issued
an oruer suspending a regulation which forbids the employment of
Serbians Driven South
London The small Serbian army while losing steadily its hold
on positions in the north is being driven back and soon may join cen
tral division that continue to fight a larger Bulgarian force.
remnants of Serbian
Austro-Germaiis make, good headway.
Defenders inav make last stand, otherwise
army will take tolhe mountains.
Honolulu 'Hawaii assessor sustained by supreme court in
Hawaii Mill and Union Mill cases.
Promotion Committee's trip to Maui has been postponed for the
Paris The Dressmakers Association here blacklisted two German
born American dressmakers who received commissions to buy gowns
for Mrs Gait.
Ball Team Leaving Japan
Tokio The Hawaiian-Japanese ball team will leave Yokohama
November 20th, for home.
Nogales Villa forces battling for the possession of Hertnosillo
routed, Obregon forces. Villa who is said to be leading in person has
surrounded Mie citv. Villa as governor of Sonora has issued n pro
clamation denouncing Carranza and the American government.
Seventeen Million Visitors
San Francisco The attendance at the Fair has reached 17,000,000
with sixteen days to run.
Washington It is learned of a significant move by the- Triple
Entente Powers of which the members of the original group, Great
Britain, France and Russia, are to add to the fold China and its re
This is to prevent friction between China and Japan.
Official Ancona Statement
Naples Italian government has sent an official statement of the
sinking of the Ancona to Ambassador Page. Report says the sub
marine shelled without warning the Ancona's wireless apparatus
Captain halted ship but shelling continued.
Serbs Hard Pressed
Paris An unconfirmed report says Serbians lost Babuna Pass,
which they were defending against superior forces Bulgarians. Serbs
estimated at fifty thousand left to oppose eighty thousand Bulgars. 'it
Italy And Russia Will Confer .
London Italy and Russia will likely be represented at joint war
council to be held here.
Vienna Austrian aeroplanes on November 18th. successfully bom
barded forts and barracks, gas plant and arsenal of Venice.
Two Gunboats Sunk
Berlin Germa i submarines operating in the Mediterranean sunk
two British gunboats in Egyptian waters.
Fate Monastir Unknown
London With reports of Serbian retreat
the fate of Monastir is unknown.
Kitchener has conferred with General
French forces in the Orient.
Salt Lake Hillstrom collapsed and then created a sensational
constantly coming in,
Sarral, commander of
All members of Co. A, National
Guard of Hawaii, ara notified to re-
A bag of clothes and a pair 5f
port at Hale Hooni, Friday night, j shoes between Waimea and Lawai,
Nov. 26. at 7:00 o'clock
By order of
scene before being shot yesterday. His last words were 'Let her go,
Honolulu The gang of gamblers got off with fines in the District
Court. Boyle, the bondsman, to be arrested as a principal.
Friday, November 19
Plea For Mutual Understanding
Seattle Baron Shibuzawa, who is guest of the Chamber of Com
merce, made a strong plea for better understanding and mutual knowl
edge between Americans and Japanese for -the mutual good of the IW
cific.He said there are today two tvpes of civilization with its distintft-
ive traits and ideals facing each other across, the Pacific. The problem
is whether the two nations can come to know each other and appreciate
each other until finally they are brought into perfect harmony or
whether with increased contact there will come a clash of war for the
supremacy of the Pacific.
Court Martial Findings
San Francisco The Goodwin Court Martial findings rising out
of the aviation scandals, were concluded vesterday and findings for
warded to Washington.
Much Work Clear Canal
Panama The Panama canal may not be opened for the next six '
months according to indications available from best estinvite of work
to be done.
German Copper Shortage
London Lack of supply of copper for the manufacture of shells,
has become so pinching for the German war office that the metal is
being taken from everything, barring only that which is absolutely
American Schooner Mined
The American schooner Helen W. Martin struck, a mine in the
channel yesterday, and was towed into port badly damaged,
A German lieutenant from the Prinz Eitel Friedrich deserted from
Norfolk and was arre3ted hero on arrival.
President Jiminez Dying
Washington President Jiminez of the Dominican Republic is
dying at Monte Christo.
Boa Spreads Anthrax , ,
New York Death of a young girl is reported from wealing a 'fur'
neck boa taken from animal that had anthrax.
Nogales It is reported that Villa was wounded in recent fighting
at Agua Decootes.
Great Italian Offensive
Geneva The greatest offensive yet undertaken by Italians is now
under way along the Isonzo front. A force of half million men is con
centrating against Goritzia. Battle for the bridge-head has been won
by Italians and important positions northwest of the city seized.
Silence Over Balkans
London Silence has been maintained by officials in regard to
operations in the Balkans for the last twenty four hours and nothing
but fragmentary and contradictory reports received.
Eight Hour Day Demanded
Cleveland Four great railway brotherhoods have demanded an
eight hour day to become effective next March. The combined force
of the organizations amount to 350,000 men.
Washington Twenty four Hindu mutineers inJLahore have been
executed for conspiracy in a plot against the government.
on Friday morning, the 19th. A
reward of S2.50. Address W. V.
Hardy, Waimea. P. O. Box 106.