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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESIMY, FEBRUARY II, 1013
Human Life No Longer To Be
Considered Adrianople To
Be Stormed and Taken Today
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.) I
PODCtOlUTZA, Montenegro, February 8. (Spceial to
The Advertiser) A general attack by the combined Mod
liMiegriu and Servian armies was opened on the Turkish
forts of Scutari today, King .Nicholas ol Montenegro di
reeling the operations in person.
The allied Montenegrin and Servian artillery did effective
work, silencing a Turkish battery on Muselim
II ill. The infantry followed up the bombardment by
storming the hill at the point of the bayonet, driving the
Turks out of their works and capturing the position.
A sortie was attempted by the Turkish troops to the
south of Scutari, but it was ineffective.
Two Ottoman ships -were also sunk on Lake Scutari.
CARNAGE AT TCHATALJA LUKES.
SOFIA, Bulgaria, February 9. (By Associated Press
Cable) Despatches from the front announce that tbe
Turks attempted to assume the offensive before Constantinople
yesterday, their regiments advancing from the
Tchatalja lines against the trenches ol the Bulgarians. A
desperate effort was made by the Turkish leader to
torce their rsuv troops forward in the face of the storm
of lead hurled at them from the infantry trenches and the
battery pits. The Turks finally broke and tied back to
ilieir own lines, leaving hundreds of dead and wounded
Tjeliind. i V51U83&3&
The bombardment of Adrianople continues, the siege
guns being worked as rapidly as possible in order to further
demoralize the garrison in preparation for the
storming of the city, which will probably be ordered
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SOFIA, Bulgaria, February S. (Special to The Advertiser)
Fifteen thousand Turks are reported to have
been killed and ten thousand captured by Balkan soldiers
on Gallipoli Peninsula. The Turks are reported to be
retreating in the wildest confusion with the Bulgarian
cavalry in pursuit.
Adrianople, weakened by the Bulgarian fire, will be
stormed tomorrow. While no details are given, it is believed
that the heavy cannonading by Bulgar and Serb
siege guns has so weakened the beleaguered fortresses
that General Savolf has decided the time has come when
human life is no longer to be considered and that he will
throw his whole force against the city in one grand assault.
While no positive information is obtainable as to the
damage done to Adrianople by the bombardment, it is believed
here that Shukri Pasha's wireless reports to Constantinople
have greatly minimized the execution done
by the Bulgar shells.
BOMBS FBOM THE AIR.
(By Federal Wirolcss Telegraph.)
ROME, February 8. (Special to The Advertiser)
A special dispatch received here from the Island of
Lemnos, in the Aegean Sea, says the Greek aviator, Lieu
tenant Mutaitsais, accompanied by the Greek Captain
Maraitmis, made a daring ilight last night over the
Straits of Dardanelles in a hydroplane. The dispatch
says that a thorough reconnaissance of the Turkish fleet
was made and that the aviator then ilewT over Maidos,
near the southern point of
the Gallipoli peninsula and Et were"! lOTS&SftS
overlooking the Dardanelles
and dropped four bombs on
the arsenal there.
The aviator reports, according
to the dispatch, that
as his machine passed over
the ileet he saw Hashes from
the guns of the vessels as
they fired at him. The hydroplane
was not hit.
Captain Maraitmis says
he was able to make observations
during the Ilight
that were far more valuable
than he had expected.
(Ily Federnl Wireless Ttlnrrai,)
BltUNSWICK, Georgia, February 8.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) William
Itockcfellcr was reported to bo llttlo,
if any, improved this morning after his
breakdown yesterday whtlo ho was
imestloned by Chairman l'ujo of
tho houso money trust committee.
"Mr, Itockcfellcr at 111 feels tho
strain of jestcrday't ordeal," said l)r,
Walter Chapellc, his personal physician,
"His throat is in a serious condition
horo today by Allen Von Bchren, aged
twenty-two years. The young man then
drove to tho polieo station in his auto-mobile
"I hud to kill them," von Bchren
told the police, "they sworo to get
All factories in tho vicinity of tho
shooting wcro closed after tho triplo
murder. Tho negro population, thoroughly
aroused, is congregating in saloons
nuil a race riot is feared.
In 1902 sixteen negroes were slain
in n race riot here.
Young von Iiehrcn is superintendent
of his father's establishment, lie had
announced his intention of mining himself
and today carried two revolvers,
lie is believed insano as ho suddenly
claimed tho negroes wcro trying to run
(Ily Federsl Wireleu Telecrspn.)
LONDON, February S. (Spocinl to
Tho Advertiser) A striko which is
pronounced a blessing by tho general
public is the novelty which London is
now enjoying, as tho result of tho taxi-cab
drivers refusal to pay tho increuso
in tho price of gasolino. A few consistent
taxi-bus drivers, who wero
to instantly summon their favorite
vehicle, grumble nt tho strike, but
tho ordinary citizen, who during the
present disagrccablo weather travels
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nud ho has scarce v li...m nii,. i -.,..,.1, ' """'. " "uv "-'"ergo nuo mo ngni
unco tho committee's departure." ' 'H V. Tt "rMt w,lUout C"-
Wlilla Mr. llocko.eller't condition Is L rlki
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considered .ery senous, it is thought Ji 'j'jflj 'VVXtelIt
there . no Immediate danger, J, JJUl. $.Hy di.iicuU Vr CaLh
in Pk1...i wi.jTm i. ," 'Wvmi or tho public, to iuy mure
T,1'n1,,,,u '" lmnollMo to force the
WABII1WT.V Yr lehrM'y 8.-(Sp' Hiwliiio roinimule
cial to The Advuriikir) ' to "m,vu tliolr
is the laconic vkuritcteriuitiQu of Ariur.
iioy (Juucrul Wickenhmu mnl Sixrulury
of (ho Treasury MMVeagu of the
charges made by Hmloluk HpmkoU
tht trtw.ury order KuwUr 0 Is UImmI
nm) limy ulUwtUI tsute u piste.
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(1i4il u! sutluuit ivtuu In lb tit
neiwi bunks 4 incus tits nvwii
mi iiiwwiir' . rum
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It IMS liilan sUui!Blu,l tliat (tin lu
rttised, but the ilrfws, who now live
wish- ou tli, diMilArn that tho
til vrouhl be rwlured If lltu eJiurgi'
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Kiiuj Nicholas of Montenegro, who dccUwca that
he will lake Scutari or die at the head of his troops
in the aitompt, jfcstrrda; assumed command of the
hcxictjcrs and won a signal victory, driving the defenders
from one sect ion of the fortifications and repulsing
a sortie. The picture hclow is a photograph
of a portion of Scutari, taken from the lake of the
same name, in which two Turkish gunboats were
sunk yesterday by the Montenegrin cannon.
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Plenty of Girls
Charles B. Potter
Arc Wearing His Rings
a Very Ready Promiser
MBS. K. STEWABT,
Tho handsomo divorceo whoso suit against Charles Bruco Pottor for broach
of promise has mado plenty of talk in Honolulu.
.Tnxt how many fiances nro possessed
by Charles Bruco Pottor. firo alarm
, man, will bo determined upon the basis
oi me next passenger
lists -published, for not only has ono
local girl given up her position to
marry tho man who has already been
, served in a breach of promiso suit by
n San Francisco woman, but other local
girls are also reported to have
nevcu tucmseives engaged to him.
Yesterday, wireless nows reached Tho
Advertiser that Potter unon his arri
val in San Francisco from Honolulu
had promptly been served personally by
( Mrs. K. Stewart with papers in a
breach of promiso suit, instituted by
her. She wants $25,000 damages for
her trifled affections.
Now Miss Rcbo M. Ellingwortli, for-
(By Federal Telegraph.)
WASIIINOTON, robrunry S. (Spocial to Tho Advertiser) Preparations for rushing five United States
to both coasts of Central America, to meet any emergency which may arise there, went forward rapidly today.
At least one more will bo sent.
Tho gunboat Annapolis, her crow augmented from the cruisers South Dakota and Colorado, Btarted Inst night'
irom nan uicgo, unmornia, lor Amapala, Honduras, to stand guard on tho Pacific side.
Tho Nashville at New Orleans is expected to put out for Puerto Cortez, Honduras, on tho Atlantic side early
Tho cruiser Bcs Moines, now coaling at Guantnnamo, t'ao Cuban nnval station, has been ordered to bo at
Nicaragua, not later than February 15. The Denvo , which has been standing by distressed Americans, threatened
by nttack from Mexicans at Acapulco, in a day or t iowi!l drop down to Acajutla, Salvador. It 1b said that
Americniis in nil parts of Central America are in peril and nro eagerly awaiting the arrival of tho American fleet.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, February 8. (Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho suffragettes, who havo been growing bolder and bolder
in their lawlessness, despito the sovcro sentences recontly imposed on tho ringleaders in tho slingshot campaign against
tho windons of shopkeepers, havo now commenced to attack royalty itself. Tho leaders declare that Queen Mary
has moro or less openly declared horsclf not in sympathy with tho "cause" nnd that sho and tho King are standing
between tho women of Great Britain and their goal, tho ballot bor.
This morning, beforo dawn, a suffragctto army invadoJ tho grounds of Buckingham Palace, brushing asido tho
sentries, who eould not bring themselves to shoot. Thoy overran tho gardens, trampling down or tearing up hundreds
of rare plants, wrapped in straw for protection against tho weather. Thoy smashed into tho conservatories
and did a great amount of damage, especially in the orchid houses. Tho Buffragottes succeeded in reaching tho walls
of tho palaco itsolf and wrote or scratched "Votes for Women" in Bcorcs of places.
THORPE'S TROPHIES ARE
RETURNED TO SWEDEN
NEW YOltK, Jammry 31.-So far as
tho American Olympio committee is
concerned, tho Thorpo eaBo was closed
today when prizes won by tho Indian
athlete wcro shipped to tho secretary
of tho Swedish Olympic committee.
Tho bronze statue of King Oiistov
of Stveeden and tho silver Viking ship,
which wero presented for tho pentathlon
and decathlon ut tho last Olympla
games, were recolod nt tho ollica of
.lames K, rjullivaii, secretary of tho
Amutour Athletic Union, today, and
wcro shipped immediately, Tho prizes
will go on tho steamer New York.
Thorpe returned to tho Amateur
Union his niPdul for the ullrouud
chumploiishlp which hu won on Labor
day, and which now reverts tu ,1.
Ilrodeimu, formerly of Princeton Unl
LONDON. l'brury 8, (Hpwiul o
Tim AilvHltr) Tim milter f u
In Tomsk, HumIu, lis W iem
llHftJ 4160 for iHiblbklujf hu article
OmHii with IU dfetilufU of the.
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(By Federal Wircloss Tolegraph)
MADUID, Spain, February S.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Kiug
Alfonso took a half-hour trip in
tho dirig bio ballon L'spnna. mule
ing a circuit of tho capital,
THEFT CHARGED TO ARMY
MAN AND HIS WIFE
UHi:Vi:.NK, Wyoming, Jauunry 28.
-Lieutenant J. L, Weir of tho Eighteenth
I ii fur. try it under urrest at l'ort
MclCenzio, charged, with hit wife, with
tho theft of gowns valued ut 41000
troin the homo of J. H. Cecil, a brotlior
vlllcur. Wulr wut cuptalu of tho 1010
lootlmll team ut West Point.
Although Weir's urreH occurred two
tlayt ugo, the fact wus not inudo known
until he wot relontM lust night tin
Muu bail. Mrs. Wulr it Willing iu
Jt u churijo.1 lliut llio lliefl occurred
vliilo I.Uuieiiiiiil Vilr uud ln wife
v,div occupying the retll upurlweuls
iIuiinu h lulUr' lwn.riry ubteute.
l'M.lHlll (Mil it IU WttklllllKtOM, vUr
Ut w tuuiwtuutf.l e h jirtiii)iiltwl with
e wm1I f Uuuut fur ul nulf Iu Mv
Tk imi, it is lrl, twii
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4M umtuu i
taft pays TRIBUTE TO
SIR HORACE PLUNKETT
WASHINGTON. January 28.
dout Tnft paid a trihuto to Sir Horace
I'lunKctt. member of tho Enclish par
term progressiva oy gentlemen who
work no progress except for platform
purposes, and so when we meet a man
who has made progress for tho people
such at we aro all seoktai: ho Is
entitled to our respect."
"We oiico thought In this country,"
tho President continued, "that we eould
not learn anything ubout agriculture
from countries on the other sldo. Now
wit havo reached a point where we can
calculate that, iiuleti we do something
to Improve ugrleulturo, we will have
to Import what w rat and IO depen
dent on other countries.
"Wu liuve a gatat deal to learn, nnd
I Mte w n doubt Hint rum tueli men
at Mir Ilwrnto we mi I nam a grett deal,
Jlii hat sIiowh by wlm( Im lil (lone,
t4 t4 r wb( " l ,d' lL1 '
u rwl prurwlm,"
vim euiiro in o to m oav,
W MM uty mm ul lJiMi5. IMtod,
m w w titwwy ittmm Hkvty
mcrly bookkeeper for the Trent Trust
Company is also engaged to Mr. Potter
and has just resigned her position, preparatory
to leaving on the Ventura
nbout February 21 for San Francisco,
whero nhoi expects to meet her fiance.
Tho wedding, according to plans mado
by Mr. Potter before he left, was to
tako placo the day she arrived. Tor
I ho honeymoon they wore to travel to
Seattle, where Mr. Potter planned to
book passago on the steamship Minnesota
for Japan. Mr. Potter expocts to-establish
the Dcnio fire nlarm system in
Miss lillingwortb does not deny
of her engagement to Mr. Potter.
Tho engagement is known to- their circle
of friends at tho Coloaial and
and congratulations wcro showered
upon them when the contemplated
wedding was announced.
And still other reports of various engagements
to marry which tho fire-alarm
man had mado while here wero
heard of vesterdny from friends of his
and of tho young women who appear to
bave been misled.
"If I wcro my sister I would not
suo him. I would have nothing to do
with him," stated Mrs. J. A. Kvenscn,
of 1242 Punchbowl street, sister of Mrs.
K. Stewart, whosojuit has brought to
light the winning ways of Mr. Potter.
"My sister left here about three
months ago on the AVilhclmina and ho-was
to havo followed on the
to wed her, but did not do so
u.td did not leave until tho last Mongolia.
"He went over to mnrry her. Now-Miss
Ellincsworth is poincr to mnrrv
I him. It seems so funny. Mr. Potter
certainly is not a man of his word. I
saw htm and Miss Ellingswortli continually
about tho city and thought it
only right to notify my sister, as
waiting in San Francisco to mnrrv
(From Sunday Advertiser)
No changes appcarod in the situation,
between tho Steam Navigation
Company and its striking masters
and mates yesterday nnd this fact
left tho town wondering which of tho
two parties is blutfing, which has tho
advantago each claims, and which is
going to win out. Tho sailing of the
steamer Maui yesterday afternoon and
of tho Kilauea shortly boforo that did
not seem to disturb tho optimism of the
strikers, although they had taken tho
Maui's long wait in harbor as a sign
that the company was hard put to it
to get officers.
It was insisted with oven greator emphasis
by tho strikers and their loaders
yesterday that tho company was having
trouble with its strikebreakers, although
A. S. Humphreys, leading counsel
for Harbor No. 04, to which tho
TnnatnTa nnrl mnlni nn atiilrn finlnf
,.. u M..U M.H.V0 W. B...MW WVWU,
linmcnt and originator of tho scheme stated yesterday afternoon that no bad
of agricultural cooperative finance in
Ireland, at n banquet hero last night
of tho Southern Commercial Congress.
"In our workaday nolitics ono cots
just a llttlo bit tired of tho uio of tho
not verified tho many reports h'o had
heard. The company denies flatly that
it is having difllculty and states that
tho rumors aro without foundation. This
did anything except kill the persistent
stories. They wero as many and as.
stTong in the afternoon as boforo tho
Bo far os could bo learned uono of
tho strlkcbrcakon went away on tho
Sierra yesterday, although it wat reported
that torn i of them would do to.
With tho iMUng of all the vessels
scheduled with tho oicoptlon of tho
Maul tho week ended with tho actual
advantage apparently on the tide of
tho company, which announce! that tho
isiiio procedure will bo followed next
"If tho company eta lioM out for
any length of time," stated ono ofllrial
ywterduy, "It will win eotiipleteiy Un
dor mi alruuitstansei the ilrikvrt trill
have no opportunity o tfluul "
Jtnfurrnce wi probably mn.lu to the
tlevtni new flrtkebrfiiUeit now bound Iu
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