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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1916
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Another Raid On Fngland
London East counties of England have been raided by Teuton
aeroplanes. No reported casualties or damage.
Honolulu Japanese employees of the I. I. S. N. Comynny to the
number of 120 have organized. Thirty Chinese and twenty Japanese fire
men of the company have asked an increase of 810 a month and 25
Inquiries indicate that there are no big bookings for the departure
of plantation laborers.
Kuhio confers with Republican party leaders on homesteading laws
and to carry out promises in the party platform. The Legislature will
he asked to look after other phases.
Tateichi was sentenced flo five years at hard labor.
Steamers Receive Alarms
New York Six steamers arriving in Europe from the West Indies
caught wireless warnings of submarines and proceeded without lights and
life-boats swung out. A score of French and British boats are in the
The White Star liner Lapland reported that passengers were thrown
from their berths yesterday, either by a derelict submarine or heavy
Springfield On account of foot and mouth disease the stockyard
of East St. Louis and Chicago have been closed against stock except for
immediate slaughter. The orders were issued by State authorities of
Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri.
Villa On The Run
Juarez Official sources declare that Villa has been driven out of
Chihuahua and is retreating to the mountains. The report is uncon
firmed. England And Austrian Ambassador
London The British foreign office has sent a note to U. S. Ambas
sador Page refusing to grant safe conduct to Count von Tarnow, the new
Austrian ambassador to America, declaring that the action of Teuton
ambassadors abroad ha? exceeded their regular diplomatic functions,
justifying this course.
Czar Going To Rumania
Copenhagen The Vessische Zeitung, of Berlin, says that the Czar
has arrived at Kiev enroute to Rumania to confer with the king of that
Rumanians Offer Resistance
Petrograd The retreating Rumanians are offering stiff resistance in
western Wallacliia. The invaders have occupied positions on the Vede
river near Valeni.
Austrians Shell Italians
Rome The Austrians are.shelling the Italians on the Cerno front.
Serbs Defeat Bulgars
Paris The Serbians have defeated the Bulgarians in Macedonia
with heavy losses.
The German Report
Berlin General von Dehnensingen's arm.v in west Rumania is ad
vaneingon both sides of the river Alt and have pushed the Rumanians
French attacks at St. Pierre and Vaast woods, on the Somnie, have
" been repulsed.
The Allies' attacks on the heights east of I'arlove, in Serbia, have
been cheeked. British attacks on the west bank of the Varder was fruit
less. Later the whole Alt river lino was in Teuton hands.
Gerard Returning To Post
Washington U. S. Ambassador (ierard has finished his conferences
with Sectoretary Lansing and is preparing to return to Berlin, via Copen
hagen. The submarine and Belgian questions were discussed.
Monday November 27
Honolulu John Waterhouse, of Alexander & Baldwin, confirms
the report that J. P. Cooke is seriously ill on the coast. After an
operation he seemed to be recovering but relapsed four days ago,
Announcement of a successor to Superintendent Sheedy, in the
I, I". S, N, Company, is expected this afternoon.
Villa Forces Beaten Back
Chihuahua Wires have been cut and this citv is completely
isolated on the north, south and east sides.
The bloody attacks of Villa have been beaten back, and Villa's
automobile has been found, overturned and shell-torn. It is believed
that he escaped on horseback. Carranza troops are pursuing the rebels.
Jack London's Ashes
Sacramento The ashes of Jack London were sealed in a concrete
urn and interred on the hillside of his estate, a favorite spot of the
author. Only a few neighbors were admitted to the simple ceremonies.
Democrats Also Short
New York The Democratic campaign fund is S300.000 short.
German Submarines Sighted
The British cruiser Lancaster, which is patrolling the east coast,
has wirelessed that German submarines have been sighted,
' Bucharest Seems Doomed
London The fall of Bucharest seems inevitable, Mackensen and
Falkenhayn have effectsd a junction at Alexandria, 47 miles south
west of Bucharest. Rumanian reports confirm the rout of their army,
which is marked by burning villages.
Bucharest has been bombarden by Teuton aeroplanes. Chitilia
was also visited, and several persons killed. The aeroplanes were
eventually' driven off.
Big Internal Revenue
Washington Internal revenue receipts for the fiscal vear have
been over five hundred millions' of dollars, an increase for the year of
Bird Wahine To Japan
San Francisco Katherline Stinson, one of America's most noted
bird-women sailed in the Nippon Maru today for Japan where she ex
pects to make several flights. She will likely also give exhibition
flights in Honolulu.
Noted Temple Destroyed
Tokio The Japanese temple of Higashi, in the Hongwanji sec
tion was destroyed by fire yesterday.
Sunday, November 26
Honolulu Tatuchi has been found guilty of second degree mur
der, the iury having been out 24 hours, He was given five to ten
The National Guard regiment of Oahu returned from encampment
yesterday, in fine condition. They will be "paid off" tbday.
The Missing Rumanians
London Latest reports received from Bucharest at 11:30 last
night indicate that regiments reported by Berlin to have been cut off
in the Turnu Sever in sector successfully avoided the enveloping posi-
uon anci reacneq saieiy. n is Deneveu mey nave joined tne army in
i . itH T" ! i - e T". .
ah vauey. rrevious oespaieucs irom reirograci nave stated Mat tne
Rumanians in Wallacbia were able to save themselves, except for the
battalions at Turnu Sevenn.
The German Report
uernn violent auacKs mane uy tne Allies upon our torces in
Macedonia have been repulsed, while north, in Rumania, the Bulgars
have seized islands in the Danube.
The attempt of the Italians to advance northwest of Monastir ha
General advaire of the Teutons on the Danube has prevented the
Rumanians holding their offensive.
it is raining neavuy on tne hrenen tront in Macedonia, causing
Dr. Wm. von Stutnm has been appointed under secretary of State
to succeed Afred Zimmerman.
The Anglo-French losses on the Somme have been 600,000 killed
The Reichstag on Friday discussed limiting the newspapers. It
was reported to be a necessity.
Embargo On Foodstuffs
Washington President Wilson tells representatives of the Gro
cers' Association that on account of the soaring prices of foodstuffs
he and Cabinet are seriously considering putting an embargo on ex
poits of such until the market returns to nearer normal.
There is little chance that any of the eight dreadnaughts last
planned will be ready before 1920. says Admiral Taylor.
The Troubles Of Greece
Athens Previously loyal Greek officers now refuse to obey the
orders of King Constantine, so that the ruler has double trouble on
his hands. The Ktng has agreed to hand over the arms and munitions
required of him by the Allies.
The Provisional Government of Greece is raising an army with
which to make war on Bulgaria.
Chihuahua Battle Rages
Juarez The side best supplied with ammunition will win at Chi
huahua, is the opinion expressed by officials. One report received
that Villa had overcome the defenses of Trevino is not believed. Tele
graphic comminution was cut yesterday, and silence brings apprehen
sion. Reports from points north, however, state that Villa holds his
London The Provisional Government in Greece, which is sup
porting Venizelos, has formally declared war on Bulgaria, says an
Athens despatch. The Allies have delivered an ultimatum to King
Constantine demanding the immediate delivery to them of all arms
and military stores.
Six German destroyers attempted to approach near Downs. They
were sighted by the patrol which fired 12 shots, one shell finding its
mark after which the attackers retreated.
It is stated that Greece will resist the ultimatum presented by the
It is raining hard, on the Somnie front on account of which there
is no activity.
According to a Petrograd despatch the Rumanians have extricated
themselves from Wallacbia, destroying millions of hundred weight of
Germans Reported Halted?
Bucharest The Germans were halted after crossing the Danube.
The crossing was affected at Islace and Zimnitza.
Teutons Invade Rumania
Pettogrod Rumania has been invaded by the Teutons from thfee
sides, the Germans crossing the Danube near Zimnutza, 70 miles
southwest of Bucharest, driving the Rumanians south.
Russian Attacks Repulsed
Berlin The Russian-Rumanian attacks in the Gyergve moun
tains have been repulsed with heavy losses'.
Contradictory assertions were made in the Commons that the sink
ing of the Brittanica hospital ship was a barbarous act, The German
admiralty denies that the ship was sunk by a German submarine.
The Germans have bombarded Ramsgate on the English coast,
the attack taking place Thursday night and Friday morning. British
patrol ships were sunk.
Army, 15; Navy, 7: Yale, 6; Harvard, 3; Wisconsin, 0; Illinois.
0.. Ohio wins the championship of the west; beating Northwestern
23 to 3.
New York Andrew Carnegie celebrated his 81st birthday today
Juarez At daybreak this morning Villa attacked the citv of Chi-
huahua with machine guns and infantry. Communication is imp;.vd.
Later reports state that Villa has been repulsed.
Boston The steamer Powhattan caught fire at Block Island.
Coast guard cutters rushed to the rescue but in the meanwhile the fire
was put out aud the vessel proceeded on, her way,
San Francisco A launch belonging to the U, S. Glacier
swept under the river boat Apache, four being drowned and several.
Baltimore Labor Federation urges organized and unorganized
labor to concentrate on the eight-hour day proposition.
Honolulu Judge Coke will qualify after the first of the month.
Larrison, Judd and Rivenburgh will go to Kauai December 12 oii
the Kokee patk proposition.
It is reported that J. V. Uooke is Hi in ban Francisco. Not
Saturday November 25
Honolulu The jury in the Tateshi case was out all night
There will be a meeting of the PubUc Utilities Commission with
officials of the Rapid Transit Co. this afternoon on the subject of
tracklaying on Kalakaua avenue.
Villa Traps Carranzaistas
Juarez The supposed retreat of Villa from Chihuahua, reported
yesterday afternoon, turned out to be a ruse and the movement was a
trap for troops of General Trevino. While pretending to retreat
Villa divided his force,,and as soon as the pursuing Carranzaists pass
ed, the first section cut them off and began the slaughter.
Lane Believes In Carranza
Atlantic City Secretary Lane thinks, that Carranza is a strong
man and should be given an opportunity to restore order. Mexico
has a chance now, he thinks, to prove able to establish government
and preserve peace.
Women From Belgium
London The Germans are deporting women rrom Belgium. It is
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London s Ashes Scattered
Oakland The ashes of the late Jack London will todav be sent-
tered overthe land he loved Glen Ellen. Private funeral services
were held yesterday.
Care-Taker Thief Caught
New York Arthur P. Paggett, a safe deposit custodian. was
caught with $60,000 of jewelry in his possession belonging to Mrs.
Harriman. He confessed to having stolen the property.
Republican Party Little Short
The Republican National Committee faces a deficit of $21,114.
The total spent on the Hughes campaign was 22,441,565.
Duke's Record Broken
San Francisco Duke Kahanamoku's 225 record made July 16 in
theSutro Baths has been broken by Norman Ross, of Stanford Univer
sity, in 2:21 1.3. Duke's time was 2:26 2-5.
Fighting In the East
Paris East of Monastir the Serbs have captured Papesh, The
Bulgars and Germans have been routed north of Schodul.
Freshets On The Danube
Rome Reports received here state the Danube is in flood and
that all bridges are down. The population of Dobrudja is threatened
Honclulu Wong Kwai, one of the oldest and wealthiest Chinese
residents ot Honolulu, died today. He was 78 years of age and had
been 61 years in the Islands. As a rice planter and merchant he was
Coke As A Judge
Former Senator James L. Coke has been appointed iudge of the
The Governor says he will not answei the letter of the College
Club protesting against preferences against college graduates in the