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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEB. 2G. 1918
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St. Johns One hundred and two
dead, forty-two survivors of the Florl
zel, which is pounding on the rocks.
American Front Sharp fighting at
Chemin Des Dames. Number of en
emy killed and wounded, no casual
ties among the Americans. Twenty
two Germans captured.
London Morning Post dispatches
say Germany plans to restore the Mon
archy In Russia. Grand Duke (lessen
appointed Commander in Chief ot
the Riga section on German front.
Candidate for throne ot Russians not
Petrograd Conference between
American Embassy and allied Ambas
sadors, and they have decided to re
main in Petrograd. General belief is
that German terms must be cleared
before actual status of Russia can be
determined. Some members of em
bassy staffs have departed. Others
are preparing to leave via Siberia
with nianny allied nations.
Amoy Nearly ten thousand dead
In recent earthquake in Amoy.
Washington. McComber in the Sen
ate denounces the Bolshevikl for sur
render to Germany. Estimated six
million men in United States are doing
practically nothing toward the war.
"Death of soldiers is due to delays. I
charge members of Congress as well
as well as idlers, are slackers".
Edward House, paymaster of the
Texas Oil Co., and three other Ameri
cans wounded by Mexican bandits on
oil vessel Taihptco.
London Brujevitch appointed to
succeed Krylenkof. Berlin dispatch
says Brujevitch has been proclaimed
dictator, and has ordered the Russi
ans to fight to the last.
London. Post Despatch says: "Em
press Alexander is the German candi
date for the Russian throne".
London Official British bulletin
says the British occupied Khana Bura
yat, Mesopotamia. Little resistance
Harbin Japanese, according to a
reliable authority, intend to take ac
tion to secure Siberia at an early date.
Evidences show they are preparing
to carry out move.
Dallas Cadet R. E. Stall, of Detroit
burned to death in airplane accident.
Washington Deaths of one Avia
tion Lieutenant and four Cadets an
nounced by Pershing. No details.
Western front sectors held Jjy Amer
icans. The War Depatment announces
American guns sent to Italy include a
number ot fourteen inchers. Are
praised by Italian gunners.
Berlin Germans occupy naval base
of Revel, after engagement. Also cap
tured Pskov, important junction hun
dred and sixty miles southwest of
Petrograd Bolsheviki telegraphs
agency reports twenty thousand Ger
mans refused to attack the Russian
troops. Polish troops In German ranks
in some Instances fled.
Judge Heen sentenced Mart.n Good
win to fifteen years for an assault
upon a girl under fifteen. His attor
ney has asked for a new trial, based
on the affidavit of Henry George
Brandt, of Kauai, that Lily Kuhlmann,
the main prosecuting witness, had
informed him she prepared to perjure
herself against Goodwin, her brother-
in-law, to assist her sister in securing
a divorce. Saturday Uje assistant
prosecutor, Davis, received a second
affidavit from Brandt, repudiating his
own statements in the first affidavit.
The Grand Jury will probably Investi
gate Brandt on allegations of perjury.
American Front Sharp fighting on
Chemin Des Dames front in the last
twenty four hours. No Americans
killed but believed there were many
German casualties. Saturday. Ameri
can and French patrols penetrated a
few hundred yards into the German
lines and captured two officers, twenty
men, and machine guns.
New York. forty survivors still a
board the steamer Florlzel, may et
be rescued. Steamer Prospero along
side, says one hundred and two lost.
El Pbho Captain Marks, mounted
patrol, was shot in the leg by Mexican
snipers from across the river. A
trooper is missing. Cavalry mates are
serening for him.
Berlin Germans occupied Pernau
and Dorpat In Esthonia, taking thirty
thousand prisoners. Advance guard
hag reached Zhitomir.
Paris Edward Loghran, of New
York, aviator, killed In fight with four
German planes over German lines.
London Despatches to Morning
Post Indicates plans to restore Mon
archy in Russia, with Prince of Hesse
the leading candidate for the throne.
Russians as a whole will not accept,
but Bolshevikl have now established
a pure despotism, leading the way for
crowning of new monarch.
Advertiser's Washington corres
pondent writes that on the eleventh
Secretary Baker decided to issue War
Department order placing Oahu on
dry list. Judge Advocate General fi
nally deciding Oahu properly classi
fiable as training camp. Walker
stated in letter that order would be
Issued .at once. No indication that
this has been done, however, possibly
because prohibition sentiment in Con
gress to make all Hawaii dry is so
pronounced with prohibition that it is
certain to pass before July.
Petrograd Central powers original
terms, at Brestlitovsk now enlarged
upon included the surrender of sixty
thousand square miles of territory
with eighteen million inhabitants, and
Indemnity of three billion rubles.
Bolshevikl ready to accept and also
evacuate Turkish and Austrian terri
tory. London No opposition being offered
Germans overrunning Livonia and
Hearing Revel, the Russian naval base
on the Gulf of Finland, where Russian
soldiers refused to assist in evacua
tion. Russian people ignore appeal to
inaugurate guerilla warfare. Russian
laborers decide to send interallied de
legation to United States to consult
Wilson and Gompers. "Since United
States would not come to us."
Washington Occupation of Petro
grad means the flight of one hundred
and fifty Americans including forty
five members of the Diplomatic Corps,
and thirty women. All arrangements
left to Judgement of Francis in Con
nection with bill creating two additi
onal assistant secretaries. Baker said
they would handle details, he to retain
control of policies on military matters.
Goethals and Stettinus named as pos
Hilo. On Saturday night fresh flows
threatened to obliterate the entire auto
road as far as the gravel bank. The
phenomenal flow of 1894 seems about
to be repeated. Two puffing cones
have developed in the main crater, one
of which Is seventy-five feet distant
from the rim.
American Front. It is now announ
ced that the American troops have
taken over the sector on the Chemins
Desdames, the scene of the great fight
ing last year. The French command
er kissed the American flag when it
came forward. Several patrol fights
have already, occurred. Last night
one German was captured, one killed,
one American wounded.
London. The British captured the
village of Jericho yesterday, driving
back the Turks a depth of tour miles
on a seven mile front.
Washington. Delegate Kuhio's pro
hibition bill introduced into the senate
by Sheppard to expedite.
Honolulu, Feb. 25 Child announces
that an agreement has been reached
between the fishermen and the whole
salers and retailers, and a schedule
of maximum wholesale prices set. It
is agreed to divide the consumer's
dollar on the following basis: Whole
fish retailer, twenty; wholesalers
eight; fishermen soventy-two; dressed
fish retailer, fifty; wholesaler five;
fishermen, forty-five. Child says his
ofice is not yet ready to commence
to probe meat prices.
Fort Worth Cadet Franklin Fair
child, son of Congressman Fairchild,
was killed Saturday in flying accident.
Amsterdam Von Hertling announc
ed in the Reichstag that Russians had
accepted German peace terms. "Con
elusion of peace must ensue shortly,"
San Francisco Army commandeer
ed California's white bean crop ap
proximately thirty million pounds.
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