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voiiYL.if..H HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITOKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912-SEMI WEEKLY. WHtfMv NO. 8J61
39
WPEiHED INTO CAMPS
JF ARMED MEN AND IS FACIIf
GfilTlCAL WEEK f HISTORY
Powers,Are Taking a Decisive Stand for and in
jDpofition To Austrian Pressure on
"Servia and Balkan States.
(By Federal "Wireless Telegraph,)
-, LONDON, Hovomber 11.
4 cial to The Advertiser) Tho Bui-
garian attack on the Tcnataija.
lines goes on .unrelentingly. Ac-
cording to a, correspondent at tie
front, further Turkish positions
nave boon captured, but
tlon has not been Indicated, In ac-
cordance with the invariable i Bui-
garian plan never to give
mation to the enemy.
T . t. ennfirmod
port that Monastir haa been pap-
T J. irtint town in At-
Z "aniaTthervianoops aner
: ffiryTewrirnco since
$ Saturday.
(By Federal WlrfcM TeleerpU.)
(Special to
rmmnn 11.
- . is facing one
iao ""' ...
.1.. Menl in nr -
may end in a war in vhlch the vrtiolo
or re ju, -
continent bo involved,
remembered as a week in which diplomacy
succeeded in solving problems
that appear Insoluble to many perauu.
On one side of the 'Balkan Peninsula
. ,n acute conflict between the
alms of Austria-Hungary and Servia,
which, If it is not arranged, might start
a general European outbreak.
On tho other side, King Ferdinand
and Jus Bulgarian. aipy is on the.point
of" entering uoBsaitt"j",
vrtll Do resented W Bttssia.
The existing Jealousies are so intense
that It will take much pressure to induce
either Austria or Servia to recede
from its demands.
Austria, in lacv .w D""TJ5
.. .. . force toward
the port of Durazzo, that she has
m' w - " ""
patchea a steamer
Anstrlan residents when tho Servian
troops arrive,
paring for eventualities. Besides
her time-expired men In tho army,
She is mobilizing her forces.
In sobastopol, transports have neon
nreparing ' to convey Busslan troops
r .i i..v oo nnH imp arsenals
across iuq ai wv, .-
and commissariat departrt'.nts are work.
lng day and rugni.
Austria wants to be assured access to
the Eastern markets of Europe in Tur-key,
the integrity of Albania,
lng the Aonanc cuw. ---...,
and compensation for Boumanla, which
. " ., .. .i.i.j Mint when Balkan
territory is extended, her borders should
likowiso be spread.
minister in
Tho Austrian-Hungarian
Belgrade, who has Just returned to his
post. Informed the Sorviari government
tf these proposals and suggested that a
reasonable sotueincni; wumu u -.
A.tri in return for corresponding
privileges in the Balkan ports and on
the railroad leased to them, should give
Servia running pnvuegra """ "-!v
,. . v. tn.iiv n thn tiort of Du.
xazzo, and that the two countries should
together get tne port us u
Austria and Eussla, Next7
VIENNA, Austria, November
,r ,i i.'mi. A.lvrlanr Them IB
much excitement here over tho possi.
Ui ity or war hui.wi:i:" "". .. .
...... lUnnrl. t lilt IllollllljUltion i
imminent arc , oWctally denied
will woit until the war is emlea
fore pjiuning formal arfu" """
J. ."' ii...i.tl,nl,1 tlin Austrian
I.011I1P VUll zj
foreign mlnjitor, hold a conforence Bat.
after yliich lip ummoiiod a mm
AulTcnberu, flw win-
of won Uenerai nenwwn. ch
of tlie uflipral lff 'd " ulH
iireiiiisr, M. TuknoH, iTfrt pfescuj. '
Tlie Jlmperor lutur gavo n audience
. Jt in nnuoimreil tlmt AreUduka I'rAiis
ivnlliiaiHl iltortly will vlU Ilia flor
i. . ... .irt nt lilu ttlinntlnir
III u II iv '" ".- -;."'.",
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jo tint nu't'imi,'
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Petersburg, according to a dispatch to
The Daily Mail from the Russian capital,
considers a conflict between Russia
and Austria in imminent dancer, if
Austria continues threatening Serbia.
Busslan Press Is Bitter.
(By Federul Wireltbs lelegrnh.)
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia,
to The Advertisor)
Newspapers widely illfTering in politics,
as tho 2srooo Vroinja and tho Recli, denounce
Austria's effort to present Servia
from taking the fruits of her victory.
Tho Nooe Vrcmya says!
"AVo aro rolnctant to believe that
Italy and Germany, uith their own traditions
of struggles for freedom, arc
supporting the Austrian threats, but it
Rotno and Berlin hao forgotten tho
histories of Italy and Germany, one can
not suppose that thoy are ignorant of
tho existence of Russia, Prance and
Great Britain."
Tho Recli urges tho TrlpIOjOntcnte immediately
to confront the Triple Alliance.
It thinks a compromise is ppssl
uio, uiuiougn u pari o nine jiuriuuu is
Indispensable for Servia, even though
not fortified. '
r
Integrity of Albania,
VIENNA, Austria, Ko ember 11.
(By Associated I'ress Cable) -Austria
has taken a determined stand. In view
of tho rapidly approaching crisis In
Turkey and the danger of undoing the
work Austria lias been carrying on for
extra territorial development.
I'Jmpcror Trancis Jpseph, the minister
of war and the general tnff are Jii
constant conference, Ailitria insists
that the Integrity of Albania be pra
served. The Servian are now invud.
Jng Albania and threatening to occupy
this desirable territory permanently In
rasa of the fall of Constantinople an')
of Turkey's power in ljuropo,
BussU UusDlug preparations,
BEHABTOPQfc, Novwnber Jl, (Jy
AociAtpil J'rcis CBb)o)rriie meiiare
ot'tt war that will shahe nil Kuropa'l
clove lodoy. Jluwlu I runlilng her wu
preiorHtlpns with sudden pjn'pij,
upon thousands of troop aro
at vuriou poti, The
big iirseiinln liuvn Jrliduil (Mr working
forct's mid am Inirrylng day inn) night
on imiiillloim nf wur.
Ordwr from HI Vetm)Wg bhve
njlirtvd the irai'tpurl ervue o
fur limtunt dfllon In turryfiii;
troop
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Socialist Editor of "Appeal to
Reason" Kills Himself '
in Disgust.
(Ily IVdcrnl Wlrcleu Teletrnph.;
GIRARD, November, 11,
(Special to Tho.AdvortIsor) J, .A.
c AVaylanii, founder -and owner of tho
Appeal to Reason a Socialist weekly
'newspaper pullishcjl in Girnrd, shot anil
killed himself in Iihipmo in this " city
,cnrly today, .,
Mr. AVajlnnd ws unconscioita when
found by bis housekeeper shortly after
midnight. He ilicjdln few inlnutls later,
JIIo bad fired a bailcUJnto his iiouth,
muffling the sounijmn the bedclothing.
Between the leavl of a boolj 'ly'uK
on the bed Uio; following nptas wjh
found: . V f
"Tho struggle the conijjetltivo
system isn't worttSUli'e effor)j( let It
pause,"
SDH
TDLO IN THE NEWS
l)NJ)ON, November g, 'J'Jie
buFuliig of 1U00 Jfervlnit mil)
Tiirklub forj aftr tjie buttla
lit JtuiilUllOVM Udi'tfrJIiii) In i)i-
pattbud from Heljrbijo u iio
inoft gbwlly ir(jcp of Djb
f
war,
Jpudllig to nyrsloiUia JjH
Turks, tim Uorin liu I no (iiiui iK
(...:.. :."'". ;; :.?. ;sz rs .
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W'Sf i
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illfi'il, At II i fiffibli 11-0411)1
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iliUriiluum inn) luniiiiii. llrlliu I
itvdiw An Kim llgf fut$4
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TflTflL TRAIN WRECK;!
Mil E BURNED
Freight, Crashes Into Passenger
Coaches; Thirty Dead
if
Fifty Injured, i
s
-
(liy FedersI Wlrcleu TlcKrtb.)
NIJW onw:ANS,
her II. (6peci,tl to Tho AilyertiEcr)
A wreck in which ncrhaiis tlurtv tier
sons wore killed and at least fifty other
person were hurt, occurred' on tho
& Mississippi Valley Itallroad
Kontr, obout seventy m,Iles north
of New Orleans, today, wlit'ii a through
Jrolght train rraehed Into tiro" rear end
of an excursion train of ton coucIich,
J)vo of the coat lies of the passongur
liolii were bullied, and many of the
wreck victims tire helJevud to'Jinvu been
(reunited, though nine bodies havo been
iccovcred, '
A triiln cnrry)iii muny of the in
lured mid a numliur of dead persons bus
arrived in New Orlean,
Tho exclusion train left New Orleans i
nt ulet en o'clock IwMt nlghf, carrying
ovorul biindred peroi)s who, hml sjient:
Ih New Orleans, jf( nlQwedl
down on upproncliliig u liurp eurvti'
near Morit, noon after iiilyiilght, and
Hid freight ernsiii'd into the rear
mudies, Many of the victim were
so biidly niunglvd un to ntakp iilunlifica
iimii iihjiiiiiiiiii,
I'lflr'AIIA K... .,,!,.,. II ll., 1.
ilntBiJ Ire additional
nnlii.i)ii;i Imm bvuii raiuraoil iigiinsl
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ii "vyJilly rlmrgw,
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W. iMM nlMk
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urkey's Capital
TO fl'SH HARD ALL
MTHBII5T BUSES
Department of Justice Seeks to
Clear -Up Prosecution
.Before Mpch.,
ft ' iiiiWHWi. '- -
(Br,rirU Wlrt!tWrJtrpii.)
WA8UINGTN; .MSfwslwr .-
(Hpceial to The Advertiser) Tbe de-
uous effort to cBo
push tofa a oon as
possible all the pending
of the Tf t .ftdminitratio.
The taking of testimony in the suits
will hao becu cawfcfyl, U f aid,
and thp cafes brouglll before tlie court
for decisions before fbeljlepublicau ad
mlnlstratiou expires,
Setornl of the suits against retail
lumber dealers' associations, regarded
as among the iiiotliportat cases, as
they involio tho rJgb't of
iu commerce, ln.nl! nrobabiiltv will h.
ready for dcterminoUon before l,ej.
lnt Tilt retire.
Wliiio the taking of ttlmoiy Jn tbe
ciiil unit for tlw dissolution of tuo
American Sugar Jleflping Company fs
iipprouehlug tonclueiou. it is reporI
tlmt Mtunmy (hiwkl V7)ckcbaw wJIJ
not retry tho criminal suiur ruuo. willed
resulted in u dlsagrifemeiit of the Jur
BfllfCElRlilN
mmjp hue
(r tin Wlrfij ftUmiM ;
MNION, Novmer
o 'l')n Advertfsur)Hir Uucil Arthur
Wiirmg Jdee, now nfinlsU'r to Stuck,
l.glm. Jjneden, will nusreed Juum Hi-yep
u Jlritlsh uiubussudor to the iujicd
Ktatc. f,
Sir fVl'll llflH KfTVlA 111 Kl.i..LI,..l, ,. u
li . i "vrtrjp m "..Hvnif ,n.
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MANY
McManiga! Testifies ZzxHm
Paymwtfleoeived for
Explosions.
PAL "HOLDS OUr OH HSK
Sensational Evidence Given at
TriaL
INUIANAKJUe, iudiw, roiw
H. (8ecJaJ to Tb A4rtir) S
mg diteper juuto bis tvireiAot
paid dynamiter, QrU K, jeXaug$t
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day, told ol rxke& bridgt, i4Et
and building lie left htb'mi, eti&eg,
tunous explosion in vufknis rJiU,
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