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MAP SHOWING THE STRATEGIC POINTS IN THE IiUSSO-JAPANESE HOSTILITIES.
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Till! AHOVK MAI' IS 1'KINTKI) IIV Ull'R'fl'.SV Ol' TKK KVHNIM. IUH.I.KTIS. St PeterOllircr ncin t 'IM r -mt , . - O--J
.stand. The Russian cavalry is proving very effective ngaiiiht the eiR-niy. cf , , a ' ' c ief tTJ St !Sl ,i T P? , was the .sister of the late
' " ' St. Petershnri'-. Spnt. 1 1'nrm .!.:.. :,... .:... .1 . .. vmei Justice I luld aiui the mother of dip nnwni rntrnnrnr n ::
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Cheefoo, China, Aug. 30. The assault on Port Arthur continues.
Madrid, Aug. 31. Ten Russian warships are cruising on the coasts of
Sp.iiii, Portugal, Krauce and Africa searching British colliers bound to
St. Petersburg, Aug. 31. A war loan of $250,000,000 is being ai
rauged with German uaukers.
Uaoyaug, Aug. 31.--The entire Japanese army, commanded by Mar
shal Oyama, and including the divisions of Kuroki, Nod.u and Oku,
attacked General Kuropatkm's position yesterday. The Jap mess brought
1200 guns to bear and the contending forces numbered 400,000 men.
All arms of the service were engaged and the fighting was desperate.
The Russian cavalry made several effective charges. The losses of lile
011 both sides were enormous. Russian hospitals in IJaoyan; are full.
Uaoyang, Aug. 31. Over half a million men and noo guns are en
gaged in the battle, which is an incessant struggle Practically the whole
Russian force is on the firing line.
Washington, I). C, Aug. 31. The Russian wireless telegraph station
1 bUkelberg .s corps, are
The Japanese have captured two forts in the inner I 5 Kuls was not lost as reported
yang has been abandoned and the Japanese are occupying the citv ,10'e.i slCk. Iie?.s or ceJ' er into retirement she was the center of a culti-
hiakelberg's Siberian corps of 25,000 men have been cutoff. Mmrarines ) r ",,Pl,,1n,Ily wh,ch ,10t onl' her ow" townspeople but eminent visi-
exploded and provisions were burned at I.iaovnng, The Russians are " ' 0Ver the worlcl e"J,ed-
concentrating at Veutai. " ' Mrs. Carter leaves three daughters and a son: Mrs. Frederic M.
Tokio, Sept. 3. The losses in the Uaoyaug battle were 25,000 Japan- Crehore of io" Massachusetts; Mrs. J. R Gait, of Honolulu, Miss
ee and 30,000 Russians. The fighting still continues. Ovnnm iPv. Coidelia J. Carter, also of this city but at present at East firav. Mni..,.
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Vf-- , 1 , - l Ay- "roKl camad the heights of an" uovernor ueorge K. Carter. Two children died in infancy am
..wj....... ......,, u.uw.u.wuu ie nmway norm ot uaoyaug. No another son, C. I.. Carter, died in i8o;.
con rma nou of the rumor that t e Japanese ,,ve occupied Uaoyaug. Mi Helen Judd and Mrs. S. G. Wilder, of this citv, are survivin,
. St. I'etersbniR, Siirt. 3. No details of today's fmhtiiifr. Tt is Imnm. sisters. ' ,L MUUU"B
Isible for the Japanese to cross the Taitse river. Vnmnntti,, ic .,.
Itratini? a second lino nf flir,.Mc,.c 1
tratiug a second line of defenses
lokio, Sept. ,3. Battle at I.iaoyang in nroL'ress with General Obi, n,.
Berlin, Sept. 5. The betrdthal of the Crown Prince to the Duchess
left wing and Kuroki on the right. Latter advances fifteen miles north-' Crelia- sister of the Duke of Mecklenberg, is announced.
ese casualties, 10,000. K uiaojang imrninj,. Japan- iote Russian Minister of Interior, has escaped from prison.
Chefoo, Sept. 1.
defences of Port Arthur near the Tiger's Tail.
Vladivostok, Sept. 1. General I.iuevitch and 30,000 men arc within
two days' march of Mukden.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 3 Kuropatkiu with most of the armv. incliidinir
i concentrated at Veutai. Orloffs regiment with
Taigon, Sept. 5. The Russian cruiser Giani is ordered disarmed.
Chicago, vSept 3. President Gompers of the Federation of Labor
I he meat cutters
lokio, Sept. 3. I he Japanese captured the enemy's cannons and used refuses to recommend a general sympathetic strike,
them to bombard the Liaoyane railway station. The right wine is strike continues.
attacking the enemy at Ileijintai, fifteen miles to the northeast of Uao- New York, Sept. 5.-Kourteen p2r,0IH were killed , teiJeinenl
yany, and the left and central columns avc hotly pursuing the eueiuy.house fire here today. it-utmeni
who seems trying to get on the right bank of the Tatzuho. New York Sent 1 -fln, n 1 11 1 . . , t .r ..
anl ork, aepi. i.- Lioveruor (Jilell has appointed K. M. Cullen, a
Honolulu, Sept. 2. A cable fiom Japm says: The Japau.se brought I)ecrat. to succeed Judge Parker on the Court of Appeals.
1200 guns to bear upon Kuropa-kin at Liaovaiu; and the coniendiiiir San Francisco, Sept. 1. C. Bolte. .iwlitnn. rnr r t v,,.-.,... r ir
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inous. i ne Japanese maue several attempt-, t.i ttun the Russian Hank. 1 C 1 cairo. III.. Sent. 1. Pr,i,lo,, rv, ,11., ...i. :...i:..s ;,
but were unsuccessful, losing ten guns. On this battle depends the for- of emnloves nf tin. mnnt .,..,.1-,. c..,u .1 ' .,.,:... :,, ri!- . .
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tunes of the entire war,
The Matsou Line Steamer Knterprise arrived oflT poit about 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. She was expected in Sunday and was looked foi
at an early hour Monday moini.ig. The vessel left San Francisco on
August 27th and made the voyage in nine days. Captain Voungien re
ports a pleasant Lip with fair weather all the wav down. Slu. !........
The entire J ipaiuse unity and all arms nolulu has sued Wilson & Lyon to recover $26,250 in connection with t len Pi,ssul,Sers, besides thirty-one bags of nmil, and a geuerd cuuo of
1 he losses ol life 011 both sides were euor- , the Konu-Kau railway deal. 1 nierchamlise. Those included in the iiassenuer list were- Mr ,,,,',1 r
A. G. Curtis and two children, Mrs. Robert Hawxhurst, Sr., Mrs Jairet
T. Lewis, Dr. Frances M.- Wettnore, Miss Harriet Hitchcock, Cyril 0.
Loudon, Sept. t. King Edward has approved the appointment of thes
Earl of Grey as Governor General of Canada.
Simla, Sept. t. The British will leave Lhassa on the i5tl of Sep!
:r, having made a treaty with Thibet and established a resident c
S. S. ENTERPRISE.
famine if necessary to secure their demands.
Smith and Mr. Sweitzer.
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