Newspaper Page Text
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON. December 10. (Special to The
Greek warships, a cruiser and two torpedo boats, and a Turkish cruiser
and one destroyer, havo boen destroyod in a despcrati battle,, stUlifill
progress, off the Island of Tencdos, outside the Dardanelles, jaccoidhtB
to a dispatch received hero from Constantinople. x. J'V rV
It is presumed the Turks tried to run the Greek blockado forjtho '
purpose of reaching the Aegean Sea. V. ..
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph 1
PEACE CONFERENCE OPENS.
LONDON, December 16. (Special to
The Advertiser) Tllo conference of the
poaco envoys, representatives of Turkey
and tho Balkan States, was formally
opened today in tho state room at St.
Representatives of Greece were
when reports of the terriKo naval
battle now raging near Constantinople
betwoen Greek and Turkish warships,
It Is belloved there will bo no difficulty
in arranging pcaco terms. The
envoys were welcomed by Sir Edward
Grey, who promised every aid in carrying
tho negotiations to a successful
conclusion. ', i
CONX;VN'Tj5?jE Turkey, December
Word has Just been received at tho
navy"cUleo hero that tho cruiser
at tho mouth of tlio Dardanelles has
met tlio Greek licet and after a henvy
engagement forced the attackers to bent
a retreat, with tho loss of one large
cruiser and two torpedo boats. Tho
Turks aio reported to hao lot ono
cruiser and ono torpedo destrojer iu tlio
Battlo News Confirmed.
ROME, Italy, December 10. (By Associated
Press Cable) Dispatches to
this city from Athens report a battlo
between tho Greeks and the Turks off
the mouth of the Dardanelles, m -. Inch
the Greeks au said to liao lost lioawly
and wero forced to retire. The Turks
-arc said to have lost one cruiser and
ono torpe'lo ilcstroor, and the Greeks
tio torpedo bolts and ono cruiser.
5t t T 1'
(By Tederal Wireless Telegraph)
WASHINGTON. December 10.
(Special to The Advertiser)
Each person in tho United
States this year will have used
about ninety pounds of sugar.
The per capita consumption of
this article has increased from
39.5 pounds in 1880, to fifty
pounds in 1900, and eighty
pounds in 1910, is shown by
tieties gathered by tho bureau
of foreign and domestic com-
paseencor from Honolulu to San I"rnn
eiseo, and at ono timo his lifo was despaired
Tho attack followed an entertainment
aboard the Korea, and for two days
Brown was believed to bo in tho shadow
of death Ho had become ono of
the most popular young inon on the
ship and when illiiois confined lilm to
hu bed he did not want for careful
nursing t the hands of a scorn of young
Indies, Ho whs taken to tho Drown
homo nt Hun Lenndro, whnro lie will
tny until lie has completely r'fovtirixl.
BUTTER TRUST "BUSTED."
" t .4 - V.
'.wb'zj&iKafrwsffidsaa''.' 'icw '
Sr STaTj J(i.lC.4Ji,'"
r. ". t
-A A A
. st,'ffi Eli
r 'H".T(r ," Kaahil.
THE TURKISH CRUISER MEDJIDIE,
Bolievcd to be one of tho cruiser squadron now engaged in battlo with tho
III SUPREME COURT
fly Ul.ll I lln hi (Br Federal Wlreleu Telensch.)
UWIIUbUbW (CHI VfifPAM Tk l in ri
' ' -v
uAKjmiwiuit ccemuer iu. lope1
Tim n V ULfl W The United
I HilLll ILL Ull IvUIILn States Supremo Court today declared
I tho chargo that the gonural coinbina
I tion of Pennsylvania Railroads, alleged
(By FnWl WlreleM Teleirapb.) by the government to form an
SAN rRANCIECO, Deccmbor lOj cUo coal lrust) Jmd not beon estMiai
Bpocial to Tho Advertiser) Wayerly ed, but it partially smashed tho trust
Brown, tlio son of n millionaire baiker, ly holding that the so-called sixty Ave
ljccame dangerously ill on tho voyage of J,ur. ""l. " nro vom as
, T, . ,., , i ma and ilk'trul reatra n s upon inter-
tho steamer Korea, on which ho was a
Tho sixtty flvo per cent contracts
held to bo illegal by the court wero
with independent operators to buy tint
portion of the trust's output. Tho
was o jmrtiul Uctory for tho
It dissolved tlio Temple Iron Company,
but refuses to order tlio dissolution
of the Erie Head.
KILLS ONE, WOUNDS THREE.
BANTA ANA, California, Deeomher
10, (lly Aisoelutwl IWi
unuulllng a young girl, ilmiuli
tar nf a ranulier near hum. u tranin In
JXaiN, Illinois, IWiunlitir 10 iliiy fouijlit off n jw of 0110 liuiulm)
Aorltml J'rrss butter tiHil fifty men, wudur tt lMirihii of
Vnnrd today alioliiliiM tlio tofiilUd tb lieriif of Orang rouuty, killing a
"iiolniii)iii roiciinllltie " wliieb (lis deputy nml ivoumllii thru' umiubr of
povirnuimit found rnnstltuied n wU the yumt linfum hit wn Uimliy luin
ton (if His mill trot iwu uf Dm lid U.ly win fouml r l.l.I l, tvllli l.ul
Min'fliian bill, , ndui thv io.w fimilly mrb4 i
1 WLJ J
tHWI"? ffiftmTV ijfSfcn '
TWfl(V 1W "I ''HAT "TV
,yiZSB5?B!B "SiSStf sf ,ftret
ft'W" $zFwm IMUHCJHHiiMWHHAHaUflUBIlttmMBIASanil w He4Mm"!v'Ji"v .,' ijw inwwRi tm
- r - ir i '
- rfIL iir
VOL VL. NO. 89 V HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1912. SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE NO. 3771
GREEK ID TURKISH WARSHIPS
STILL BftTTLIHE FOR VICTORY
OUTSIDE THE JUIHIELLES
Meager Reports Indicate Grecian Squadron
Was Repulsed In First Attack, But
Returned To The Fight, In ' '
Spite Of Severe Loss
Men and Ships of Turkish and Greek Navies
' . r .fr - "M '4, TSf
t ' . ." . ,-i
H -i, .!. fc
-y ' .t v.hSd'v
ffib i 7T
TURKISH SAILORS WORKING BROADSIDE QUN ON CRUISER.
WWk - sm
v . -. ... . , . . t" J.,'.i, j .i .TT . . -
OLD LEGAL AOVISER
JOINS UIS CHIEF
(Hy Federnl IVInlua Telecraph.)
SAN rJlANCISCO, December 10.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) John T,
Dan, who was chief logal advisor to
King Kalalcnua during tli.it monarch's
reign iu Hawaii, and later, for a decade,
aetid us appraiser of tho port of Ban
Francisco, died lust evening.
He had been ill for n long time and
the end cmio us 11 result of a complication
af uulndics. Mr, Dare was seven
ty venrs old.
is survived by his widow. Annette
iii. j 'ii re, anil tnrro daugiilers, .Mrs.
Theo K. lloinnliic, of Onklmiil; Mrs II,
O. Conviii, of Ios Augclos, and Mrs.
Bernard J'runkling, of tMs city,
Ml. IVdKrsI WlrrlHH 'Meirrthti )
TOKIO, Dmmhar 10. (MfttMiHl to
Tho AJvwtliBr) The Hnipwor f
wn iws mwupu in ihui tomorrew a
" Jn.JxLfi&f JHt M
.... MF w
"w ,.K4 Vi.
a SfrVSiT t ., .
k r $
ONE OF THE GREEK CRUISERS.
lilitanf Suffragettes Start on
Long March to Sound of Drum
(By Todoral Wireless Telegraph.)
terms of congressmen four years. TTI I ft
Representative IJerger Introduced H I I h
liitions iirovidliir' that the government, I
condamn and bny tho Now York, Now
Hnvoii &. Hartford railroad properties.
NEEDED III THE HAVY
(Hi PeiUral Wlrle Ttlfirmih I
WA8IIIM1TO , Deeoinbsr 11
elul lo Tlio Advertiser)-
(llnltll 1,1 V lliAllltllli.i twt ., at
NEv'YORK, December 1. (Social to The AuVMtJtcf) ""First'
aid is alright forour small duties, but npthing will euro us but votes'
for nil." t K J
Thus sang sufTragottes ns thoy started on tlicir U0 niilo
walk to Albany, to deliver to Governor Sulzor, on his inauguration, a
nicsBiigo for tho causo of women suffrage.
Clad in sw caters, shirt skirts and high boots, and lie ideJ by i
womnn beating a martial tattoo on n snnro drum, the mnrcliers loft Van
Cortland Park on tho outskirts of tho tity, shortly nfter nlno j'tlocU.
Synipiithirors of both secs noro on hand mid cheerco lustily when
tlio loader of tho band, Mrs. Rosillie Jones, "GenornI .roues," us sho is
called by her fellow suffragettes, gave tho order "Forward march "
MAKESHIFT RULE- TB
Senate Appoints Two Acting Vice
Presidents to Preside
(Ily Federnl Wlrclets Telegraph )
WASHINGTON, December 10 (Spe
cial to TboAdertiser) Senate pro
TO BE BRUOGHT
Remains of Whitelaw Reid Will
Probably Come on British
(Hi Feili ml Wlrrlem Teleernph.)
LONDON, December 10. fSncciol to
Tlio Advertiser) Plans for tho funeral
ceedings: Tho sonoto today adopted a "' Whitelaw Ileid, Amorican
designating Senators Gul.ingor nnd , Z, toh & r'Z 01
IJrown, acting alternately aud fortnight-1 oedemia, will not bo announced until
ly, as presidents, pro tempore. tho arrival hero of his son Ogdcu, who
Tho Senator Clapp campaign fund in-. ia ,$ rou'o to this city,
vestigating committee announced ttat PCTYjffl
William R. Hearst would probably bo tlicolTcr will probably bo declined ns
tho first wltuess when tho committee the chapel would acconunodnto but few
sumed its hearings next Tuesday. 'cr?Ti J'io bo.Iy vlll probably bo
' linncd in SIccdv Hollow
Ti 1 , consideration of tho cemetery, near
It also began Now York ,,t.. i.it.i. i.,'I..
liquor bill, prohibiting
interstate commerce into dry territory.
Tho court of impoachment resumed
the trial of Judgo Archbqld.
House proceedings: The Houso today
considered many miscellaneous
bills. Representative Dcl'orcBt introduced
n joint resolution proposing u
constitutional amendment to inalio tho
city, a British warship trans
lorring 1110 ijoay to America.
Leaves Appointment to Wilson.
(Ily Federnl Wlreleis Teleerapb.)
WASHINGTON, Decomber 10.
to Tho Advertiser) President Taft
announced hero today that ho would
not appoint a successor to the lute
Whitelaw Iloid, ambassador to Oreat
TRIES TO CUT SHDBT
tporiiiiiiin, roluloil to niuglitrHto Doth
iTha iiavv Is Hr'' "ln ' ' ' ll00tlllf of
,,.; Mlf liy Mn. Mry llarI(., In , tho lat-
r?.. iiort or "' nu . ier',1 fIU0. All vlTurli by tl.n Hi.ll.url
HOT DECIDED OH
President-Elect Wilson Returns
From Vacation Without
CABINET POSITIONS OPEN
Admits He Has Thought About
Them Refuses Invitation
to White House.
(Hv Federal Wlreleas Telecrarh.)
NEW YORK, Ueccmber 10. (Special
to Tho Advertiser)
Wlliou n turned today from his
trip to llermuda. Not 1111
ns to politics, or anything elso,
did the Governor lmvo to ninlto on his
"I am going to devote myself to Now
Jersey affairs," ho said.
Tho President-elect brought with him
his annual message to tho New Jersey
legislature, which moots January 14.
It embodies every plnnk in tlio
As to appointments, Oovornor Wilson
admits that vvhllo selections havo boon
1 mining through his head, ho has not
decided on nny post of importance, ami
has not oven chosen n private secretary.
Declines Taft's Invitation.
PIUNCETON, New Jersey, December
17. (By Associated Tress Cable)
President elect Wilson reached homo today
from Mb vacation in Bermuda anil
received tho invitation which hnd been
sont him nnd Mrs. Wilson to bo tlio
guests of President Taft at the Whito
House Tho invitation vvhb declined on
tho ground that ho was too busy with
the Now Jersey State lcgislaturo to
tnlto tlmo for tholslt.
AVIATORS ARE ALIVE
Another Part of Their Machine
Reported Found At Sea-May
Be On Island.
flljr 1'cilcrol Wireless Telecraili.)
SAN PRANCJSCO, Decomber 10.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Reports
from practically every station on tho
Pacific Coast, from Itodondo to San
Pranciscn, givo no ground for hope that
Aviator Borneo Ktariicy nnd his
Chester Lawrence, who loft
Long JJcnch on Saturday in an attempted
flight to San Prancisco, aro alive.
Unconfirmed advices from Ventura
are to tlio cltoet that another purtioii
of tho wreckage of Kcariioy's machine
has'been picked up by a passing vesol,
forty miles from 'Ventura.
Aviator Prnncis, ot San rrnncisco,
Koarnoy's chum, today expressed tho
hopo that Kearney and Luvvrcnco may
huvo landed on an iBlnml, but tho outlook
is anything but favornblo.
TD DIME CASE SOON
(liy Federal Wlrrlum Teleeraph.)
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Docombeif
10. (Special to Tho Advortlsor)
AVith the defense oxpocting to closo its
presentation of direct evidonco next
Thursday, the end of tho trial of Union
men charged with illegally trans
porting iljnainlto is in sight today.
It was mid tlio examination of remaining
witnesses would bo brief,
of the attorneys, however,
being expected to occupy two weeks.
BETTED THAN EVER
iUy fidtril Wlrrleti Urib,)
tt i am MninAM .l. n ...
(Ilr Ptdll.1 WlfiJiaa TJ..,..h.l )VnBllinMlW,Blli:ilMIBr HI. IOI.O.
I I'AlUfi, 10 - (Hjmulal lo!0,,1, to 'JLe AflvwlUw) HaoHh eondl
I'l'iio AilvurtUor) J'romu cot In tlia bus- linni In tliu I'lillhipiiiun us u renult of
1 ,,ii.,i ii'.,n... , .1. 1 . . ,. ..' ... . .
pilHl Mumui. tliu wull Iiuuwii
r. " . ' ."" ..""'""" uhr Jifaln or If.o wur department
IIIIIIIKUl iirHIIUIII, IlinilUll 1IIIW1 miim I luc to liulu ulll.ur 111. flMrniu nr lmri M'l.lu 1h.1t. rl,, iiu ..I ,.a, u.a
liow uii IriiiirovDiiiBiit In ruorultldg In survauls fnlltMl doit tmliiy inhlwvvil, iIim riir Jeflnrw, iu iplto
tliu last taw luontlii. HoH'vr,
11 U UM
Ainurluan siuiltiilliin inutliuilu uru bet
tor Ui a 11 evur Imforu, neuirdliig to tlio
mimrt uf the insular Imrwu of health.
niinle pylille lotluy by I lie liurwnu of lu
fiimi 11 f Urn iiuriii," Mid uf tliu llirnttinlnii liiinuii.iloii uf sin
ri.T., .,.,.. oiuvr.nu mm nii.iii. ,ve oruiiiMNi oil ijrMiiiy Muiniu "Afur u uijlit of ayutv I f.um mhsr iUUrilu - uf .i.idsmi.. f
iVRUura 10 ivrin n ubiuM, wiui( Iu llm 0elli UUnv this f .Im jHiftin.ly inu.l U t b.r ibsi ut hvu tiM . huluttt, pbtUMu mid .hiIIiki
fuel IUiiI Ibe iilef UIbwhbm iiflsr ' lo lt husiwhsiiiu of ndtiMllii fur r not Nit fun . n UU11 fii w mlu u rHf t
utiHilivr of 't'iflf. ImvM fullM.1 Id trtiu mJ uu 8W'iiit uf ll uuuwy 'h vbt)' t. 1 m rM, nml IUI.uk 11 wlrlM w Iu louh lu.t
rUTrl!'fr.v0",i V, ?'"'" ,0 '' l' hhuwt u.I high , miiiIcImi v. it lull- nnd n.i tl tin, M N t Jly.aM, i