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VOL VL. NO. 86 HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912. SEMI WEEKLY. JKgfl!&BN0.3Tf8
LITTLE MONTE NEGRO ASSERTS I '" the Limelight of Today's War News ttftBIFIGVHHL IS
mm, 101 TO BUCK UP iSgSgE,,, GIVEN SOME
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European Situation Is Again Strained, but
Ambassadors Will Make an Effort to
Avert Hostilities Greece Bombards
Port in Albania.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
ANT1VAR, Montenegro, December 5. (Special to The
Advertiser) Flat and final defiance to Austria's demands
that Servia be kept isolated from the Adriatic Sea was
voiced here today by G. Martinovitch, the Premier of Montenegro
and commander-in-chief of its army, under the King.
"If Austria refuses Servia the port she desires, Austria
will have to fight Servia and Montenegro together," he' said.
(Br Federal Wireless TVtecrnph.)
GBBEOE PUSHES HOSTILITIES.
CONSTANTINOPLE, December 6.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) It was officially
announced here today that a
state of war still exists fcetweon Greece
and Turkey.
It is reported that Greece will
the fortress of Janlna and tho Is-land
or Chios, within a few days, and
that King Georgo will thon he willing
to suspend hostilities and sign a separate
armistice, after which Greece win
be represented in tne permanent peace
negotiations to bo held in London.
BOMBARDS ALBANIA POET.
(By Federal Wireless Telesraph.)
VIENNA, December 5. (Special to
The Advertiser) Two Greek gunboats
are bombarding Valon, Albania, tho
gunners aiming at public buildings
Albanian flag, according to dispatches
recolvecT 'hero'toolay.
This report has caused military experts
to bellovo that Greece was
in her refusal to sign tho protocol
and intends to. fight Turkey single-handed.
FEEDING BESEIGED CITIES.
(By FederM WlreleBS Telegraph.)
LONDON, December D. (Special to
The Advertiser) Pood trains are on
route to Adrianoplo from Constantinople
carrying rations to tho Bulgarian
army, according to dispatches received
hero today.
Tho protocol provided that Scutari
and Adrianoplo were not to bo provisioned,
but tho besiegers will feed the
inhabitants and defenders, Turkey supplying
tho rations.
Tho Ikdam, a Constantinople
predicts Greece will participate
in the armistice soon.
AMBAS3ADOES TO CONFER.
(ll Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
PARIS. December 5. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Foreign minister j
Berchtold, of Austria, has Indorsed Sir
Edward Grey'B proposal for a conference
of European ambassadors to '
tie tho difference between Servia and (T,T p,d,r,i wireless Telesraph.)
Austria, according to a dispatch re- WASHINGTON, December C (Spc
celved here today from Budapest. . . , , ' . . e v '
is com- cl to The Advertiser-Senate pro-
It is stated that Berchtold
municatlng thin plan to tho other ccpOiiiks wcro resumed today for con-
hers of tho Triple Alliance. bUlerntion of the omnibus claims bill.
BEMAINS IN BALKAN ALLIANCE. The joint commission to investigate
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) purchases of American tobacco by for-
ATHENS, Greece, December 5. oi R0crnrnent8 elected Senator
to Tho Advertiser) It was of- .... , . , - , .,
and for
tin elminpan, orpmircl
flclally announced hero today that
Grocco will participate in tno peace no-
gotlations with iuriiey ana wm reauuu
a part of tho Balkan alliance
FBANOE'S PROGRAM.
(By Federal Wireless Telesraph )
PABIS, December 5. (Special to
Tho Advortlsor) France spoke plain-
ly today on tho European Bituation.
Premier Poincaro Uld tho comnUtteo
on foreign affairs of tho chamber of
deputies:
"Wo stand by our allies and our
frientoliip'
Tho rremter was laying uown tno
tli nthnr members of ths trlnlo on
tente, Groat Britain and Russia.
The position of Franco In Die present
situation was summed up by Premier
Polncaro In a few words. He said!
"Franco's program In First, continuity
In our foreign policies, and,
the practical preservation of
our nlllauci and friendship,
"Hecondi sincere and continued ef
forts to secure tho peace of Uuropo,
MThlril aliAUA all Ilia flnn allfi nalm
rewlutlQii to secure rrpct for our i
litfliU and mtinUIn our nation!
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KING OF MONTENEGRO,
Who will back up Servia against Austria
in her demand for a port on the
Adriatic Sea.
IN i BILLS ARE
H UNDER W
Senate and House Buckle Down
to Consideration of
Business.
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Tho court of impcaclimciit resumed
the trial of Judge Archbald at two
o'clock.
Director Strntton of tho bureau Of
0tnn,1nr,i,. nnn,,R(..i i,pfrn , ri,.,,i
turo commttco a bill for tho regulation
nn(j tnX on oleomargarine.
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appropriation for Mississippi lovoos bo
'ore tlio rivors and harbors committee,
Chairman Alexander, of tho merchant
,n0rliio rominlttco, called a mooting for
liiveitiuatlon.
Tho senuto pasted ilia Adamton Mil
for valuation of railroads Villi Jfann
amendment empowering tho Inlcrntato
cbniinlmlun to regulato rnUsuaneo of
storks mnl bniiiln,
'I'h (i sctiato uUo took UP tho
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(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, December 5.
Special to Tho Adortiscr)
Threat of disinheritance is responsible
for tho separation of
Raymond Belmont, son of August
Belmont, New York millionaire,
and his actress brido,
according to close friends of tho
Belmont family,
uen young Bolmont learned
of his father's plan to cut him
off without a penny it was said
bo quickly becamo reconciled to
his parent's wews.
Friends of tho brido declare,
slio had been offered $50,0()O to
agree to an annulment of the
. marring?
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JUDGE ARGHBALD
BEFORE SENATE
Impeachment Trial of Jurist Is
Resumed Witness Gives
Damaging Evidence.
(By Federal Wireless Telecraph.)
WASlllNUTOM, December fl. (Spe
cial to Tho Advertiser When tho trial
before tho senalo of Judge R. W. Arch
bald, of the commerce court, charged
With "misbehavior and misdemeanor
in olllce." as resumed today. Edward
W. "Williams, of Dumnore, Pennsylvania,
eonunuea nis testimony of Archibald's
alleged partnership with him in the
purcliaso of a culm dump near
lon.
Williams roluctantly admitted that
Archbald drew up an agreement for
an option on tho Katy-Did culm bank
in tuo saio or wbicu it is alleged Arch
bald held a half interest.
Judge Archbald watched Williams
closely during the time ho was gbing
ins lesumuny.
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TD BE REAPPOINTED
(Br Federal Wireless TeUiranh.)
WASHINGTON, DcccmboV C. (Special
to The Advertiser) Fred Strutton
is today practically assured of reap
pointment as collector of tho port of
onn Aruncisco. eonators Works ana
I'crkins aro agreed upon Stratton for
the post. It la oxpocted that 1'rosl lent
Tilt t Will Bond Htratton'tt namo to tho
senuto on Monday,
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(lly J'edtral WlrsleM )
HAN 1'IIANOIHCO, JJueoiiibur 8.
to Tlio AilvurlUflr) Word
from WualjIiiKtou aii) (.'apt. J'raiik
llminuti, of Ihu erulnur Houtli Duluiu,
in niii l,v (hu imvy ilupurlinuMt
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Terauchi Will Be Asked to
Form Cabinet.
mv Federal Wireless Trtejraph.)
TOKJO, Japan, Dcccmbor 5. (Special
to The Advertiser) Tho statesmen
of Japan JIl meet in council tomorrow
nt tho imperial palaco to consider
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TEBAUOHI,
Governor of Korea, who muy ha choien
n mo iioji jiremior or Jujian.
t iio tubiiii't criiiU mil (o recommend a
iiuor to prtnninr Huimijl.
It Is lliiniulit Unit us u rwull
of tho oun0ll l.lout, dun. (vuii( lUriiu.
Mt Kuvntiiur uf Kortw, will U
r4irwl to furui nblut
In Mill llifminml miurlurs. luiwuvir.
Uif Mi uf tUw iiinuiUisbiji if
(JiHiLliaJ, lu i law u( lliu illlUsully f l(
llill0H, lirmijilit Mhotit by tli rMt
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llm Ut wlttitinr at vim
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ARMY ORDERS AFFEGT
1UHRJ OFFICERS
Many Changes Made in Details
From Various Poets on
Mainland..
(By Federal Wireless Telecrsph.)
WASHINGTON, December 5. (Special
to Tho AiHortlsor) Army orders:
Tinst Lieut. Tlios. 1), Osborne is assigned
to the Fifth Field Artillery; dipt.
John K. Stephens is unsigned to tho
Second Field Artillery; Timt Lieut.
Geo. W. Knoll, Third Infantry, is detailed
as professor of artillery scionco
nt Oklahoma Agricultural College,
Still wator, Oklahoma; Mnj. John II.
Rico, ordnance department, is rulievod
from duty in tho olllce of tho chief
of ordnance mid will go to San Antonio
for duty, relioing Col. Charles
If. Clark, ordnance department; Cnpt.
corps, is neslgnod
to ImTIpbfifjfJJTrpTj'ns acting clilof signal
oCtljp Western Division
First Llcntv McNalr, I'ourtli
I'lolil ArUjicry, Is (Tetailod for duty ut
Fort Sill, Okmhainn; Second Mont.
C liarlwu.D.'lJiogorii, Bcouth Canlry,
dutullnS as rjcofeuor of mllitury ntlenco
ut ut l'nrlbault,
J.tnrnl'Mcf'liirii, I'lfth Cnv
nlryi Is tO;Ritir jWt I,eiienworth for
duty; Capt, (I'Jtwruiica, Klavouth Infantry,
wlli go to Hot Hjirlugs fur trout
uiiMlt. nt. riiiivf riiu uny hospltnli Col.
rimr18.II?Clil'rk, drdninicu ilopurtiiiont,
n'on VfMflltfitifin, U rwlirwl.
FIHE THREATENS TENEMENT.
A Aid Uild t an vh bwur this
murwlng in Ihu On 'I'd I loiininlit on
IIIKir ilriHtt, nwr ViMvyunl, In tun
brt uf l ww UnmiiKHt iJUulul. Tbv fim
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United States District Attorney
McNab Gives Schwerin
Some Pointers.
HOW TO STOP SMUGGLING
Eight Suggestions Are Made for
Suppression of Traffic
,r, on uners;
(By Federal Wireless Talepraph.)
SAN FILVCIBCO; Decombor G.
(Snocial to Tho Advertiser) United
'Stntcs',l)Utfict7Atfornoy McNub todtty
submitted to K. V. Schwerin, general
manager of tho Pacific Mnjl Steamship
Company, ns promised, tho outllno of a
plail by which tlio company enn stop tho
mniiggling of opium into San Francisco
from tho Pacific Mail liners.
Schwerin was recently boforo Attor
ney JtcNob ns a witness in investiga
tion of the smuggling of opium by officers
and members of tlio crows of tho
Btanmships. It wns brought out that in
a car tho liners of tho company had
landed more than $100,000 worth ot
opium, Schwerin declared that ho and
tho offlcinla of tho company were powerless
to stop tho Unfile, and when that
statcmont wus doubted by McNab,
Schwerin chnllongod thp United States
attornoy to bIiow how tho traffic could
bo stopped,
McNab accepted tho cballengo hnd
gavo his plan, to Schworitr. 'In It
lie suggests. tIioiplldvinjfjVV' "
FrrstDiMftrRepfr(jj2eofloti!ctlve3
nt Hongkong," who work iii tho Interest
of tho ring.
Second Abolish tlio opium dons on
tho liners, whero tlio -wee of smoking
is practiced.
Third Pay tlio members of his
crows enough to 11 vo on without grafting
from tlio ring.
Fourth Provont tho practice of permitting
petty oflicors to purchnso their
positions on tho vessels.
Fifth Employ n crow of different
nationalities so thnt ono race can Watch
the other. Filipinos are suggested.
Sixth Empioy n watchman of integrity
to make tho voyages and report tho
discovery of opium on vessels.
Sovcnth Offer n rowurd ng tho Japanese
liners do for tlio detection of
opium on tholr vessels.
Eighth Prevent tho gathering of
smugglors at tho docks when tho vessels
arrivo from tho Orient.
HEAD OF BIG' SUGAR
COMPANY IS IAD
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Decombor
!5. (By Associated Press Cablo)
David Ecles, president of tho Amalgamated
Sugar Company, and ono of the
ioremost men in tho sugar industry in
this State, died hero today. Death was
duo to heart lallure.
ACCEPT DESIGN FDR
(ny Federal Wireless Ttlesr.b.)
WASHINGTON, December 0,
olnl to Tho Advertiser) Tlio LIucoln
memorial commission today approved
tlio ilolgu submitted by Henry Bacon,
n New York uruliitcct, for u monuiiiont
In Potomac Park hero, to ucclulm Lin
coln, Tlio mumorla) la iu coU tl,77G,OU0,
OF NEVADA IS DEAD
(lly f.4ul WlishM Tlrl4i )
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