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VOL VL. NO. 114 HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY. IK1DAY, MAKCI1 14, 1913. SEMI WEEKLY. WHOLE NO d790
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CRUISER FLYING AUSTRIAN
FLAG SHELLS SERVIAN SHIPS
Conflicting. Reports Sent Out Either Turkey Has
Hoisted False Flag or Austria Has
Begun European War.
(By Fcdoral Wireless Telegraph.)
LONDON, March 13. (Special to The Advertiser News reached Ccttlnjo
today that four Servian transports, loaded with troops, wero yesterday riddled
-with shells fired hy an unidentified warship. Account of tho engagement from
two different sources declare that tho attacking vessel flew tho
flag. Tho transports wore conveying a strong detachment of Servian
troops to assist the Montenegrins in their slcgo of tho fortress of Scutari.
Tho attack on tho four hoats occurred off San Giovanni Dl Mcdua. Two
of tho transports wore set on Are. Tho number of killed and Injured is reported
as 1200, each ship having 3000 soldiers on hoard.
No official account of tho engagement was avallahlo today and tho unofficial
dispatches from San Giovanni Dl Modua varied considerably. According
to one account the attacking ship was tho Turkish cruiser Hamldleh, which
Is alleged to have been flying tho colors of Another roport
doubts that tho vessel was the Hamldieh at all and says that the cruiser resembled
a vessel of tho Austrian Kaiserin class.
Feeling against Austria has been high hero slnco Tuesday when the Aus
trian minister to Servla announced that
troops assisting in tho siego of Scutari.
Servian transports therefore created a
MORGAN 11L VISIT
(By Federal Wireless To'egraph)
NAPIiES, Italy, March 13.
(Special to Tbo Advertiser)
Brought to n realization that ho
may never be ablo to visit Europo
" again bectuso of failing health,
. J. P, Morgan announced hero to-
sje to European monarchs and friends
beforo leaving for tho United
States. Morgan arrived here to-
day from Egypt.
Morgan's face is sunken nnd
drnTOn. TIo anncared thin and
feeble and leaned heavily on his
enno. Tho banker expects to seo
tho King of Italy, Kniser Wlibalm
of Germany, King Gcorgb in Bug-
and meet with other friends
before returning hoiro.
REFUSES TO TIRE UP
(By Federal Wreles Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, March 13. (Special to
Tho Advortiser) Sir Thomas Lipton's
challenge for another yacht race
tho United States and Great
Britain is declined hero today by tho ,
:Now York Yacht Club. It ia understood
that another Briton, whoso name is
withheld, will build a yacht to
abide by the specifications which Lipton
The Now jYjrk Yacht Club declares
that in the1 deed of gift, which wfent
with the International Cup, the defending
yacht Riny be betweon sixty-five
and ninety-five feet in length on tho
water line. Iiiptou stipulated in tho
challengo that neither boat must be
more tlian seventy-five feet on tho water
PLANS CIVIL SERVICE
FOE ALL POSTOFFIOES
WASHINGTON, March 13. (By
Tress Cablo to
A sensation was created in olticial
circles hero today with tho announcement
by Postmaster General Burleson
that lie plans to placo all fourth-class
postoflicuit under civil sorvico immediately,
fpfoiil and third-class later on
and" possibly first clusi offices ultimate
ly. This will tnko tho appointment ot
postmasters out of politics.
MAY DEPOET ALL TONGMEN
TAKING PAET IN FIGHTS
BAN WAN' 1800, March 13. (By
koiiu!i1 I'ri'M Cabin to
tin) - V resumption of Cblueio "long"
v.arfnri, with five klllort already, lias , I'rankllu 1). Itoossvelt of Now York,
r. suited In vigorous action by United tl.tunt nccrotnry of lio navy; It. T.
"n ,tiMiv Wi, wl now n'tretury of
that uiidDr the fwiural itotutvsleulturui 'J', i'. Brt'ot at Druiid Jlujiltti,
1 1 iii irnrt tin. rtiinet Imtcbutinuri I Mlrblgmi, iiaiit icrUry of
are lukiuit the native imrt In llio'uieie, ami J. A. Jilgailrm of Km
flKhl 1'our arrets have alrwidy bwn Vuik, j.url,uri gHH of the iKrtUdtlf
niH'ir u lun rptuu ui inn nivo'i ureei ,
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ib.4 fti'iu imwlMi f )4iim
U II Vfltfl.1 fltlMti,
his government objected to Servian
Today's news of tho attack on the,
tremendous sensation here.
Hiftijna. '---- r . i t
SCENE IN VIENNA WHEN THE SOCIALISTS CROWDED THE STREETS
PROTESTING AGAINST WAR ON SERVIA.
RICE'S SPILL AT GGBONADO
(Hy Federal Wireless Teletraph.)
CORONADO BEACH, California, '
March 13. (Special to Tho Advertiser)
Tho crack Coronado polo team do- I
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teated tho All-Hawaiian in tho semi- .
finals for tho Pacific Coast
can trophy in a game of brilliant polo, I
filled with thrills and hinging on a half '
point, at tnreo ana to three.,
While tbo class was the fiercest an tho
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pusjiing the paco in an effort to recover
inu uu oronuuo seeKing to
stretch it, tho worst spill of tho season
occurred nnd stopped the gamo for
Arthur Rico, tho Hawaiian forward,
and alaj. Colin G. Ross, back ior Coro-'
nado, raced to tho sido line in a tilt fori
possession of tho ball. As tho balL
struck the side boards, tho Mnior
pTmnliil his man aver tbo rail. TUpa ----'.
quickly turning back sent bis pony
across tho board. . Tho fleet-footed star
tripped upon tho board and fell head
long, catapulting tils rider ahead.
Res had turned his mount inside tho
(Djr Federal Wlrelet Telecrapb.)
WAH1UNOTON, March 13, (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tno following nominations
wero sent to the senate todays
J. H, Williams of Itlcbmond, Virginia,
nsslstaiit secretary of tho treasury.
wow jmmwtwtf plan.
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I I M Mil I
Mas Austria's Aged Ruler
Appealed to God of Battle?
EMPEEOP. FBANOIS JOSEPH.
FUR MIT! MUTES
rail and was following tho ball at
bretkneck speed at tho instant his
"ni' re" over tbo sprawling one, catch
inS .th Major under his shoulder. Tho
pomes jumped to their feet but tho
,, Jjay .till as tho others checked
their ponies and hurriedly dismounted,
Women spectators gapped in horror
?,lm tno lncn ran to aT assistance.
llOSft WAS fount! linpnnitriniia nn.1 l?i,n
j,, the wJm, knock0(1 out of h, ,
a wnst slightly sprained. Ross quickly
rutuvuim mm oom wero nuio to resume
Dr. W. D. Baldwin, in rcnlv to a
cablo sont his brother at Coronado, in
reference to the scoro of tbo polo gamo
loK ?$?' "?
lowinc reply ?,
thur Itice nbsolutolv alrif lit, "
By this it will bo seen that Coro-
tmiln un nminii.n.i i,.vnn i.ni..n ...i
,ln All Tfnnnit..... i i.i 1.1-1.
l" .v.i i... iiiliiii IIS Llll UUIVI'H. IVUII'II
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mndo tho final score 3 to 3.
Doctor Baldwin also rccolv'o.l n w r
that it Is Frank Baldwin that it out
or tno line-up and that Sam Baldwin
is tho brother that is playlnc.
PLAYS RER PART IN
SPITE OP ACCIDENT
(Dr Federal Wrdr. Tilftri.li I
I.OS ANOIJr.KS, Murch 13, (fi)ierlttl
to Tli Adtertlscr) Aflor rnuragcous
ly going tbrough lior regular uvtiiiut;
i8rforinaiue, In tplto f buIdmio
bile iwtidunt Id hi ah tlie xu.tiilnwl
tno badly Imilwil anlilun n;nl u mil II',
Hutul JUinlmrdt Jj undur u iiyjBliiu'
rr today. ' U$. ttiuhtiH m in
iMMiril with Iron,
ADVISKH TO MM ItUI'lUMU
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i n MiMUwn 1riMik J uli ui ii
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LONDON POLICE CAPTURE HOARD
OF ACIDS, HAMMERS AND
r. (By rcderal'wircless ,.
LONDON, March . 13. (Special
to the Advertiser) Tho police
uncovered the suffragette "ar-
sennl" (hcrc today, when they
raided a studio in Camden Hill
Gardens Among tbo
tion" seized wus quantities of
rosivp ae(d, phosphorus, oil and
pitch", used by the suffragettes in
tho letterbox outrages, cutters
and hammers nnd a number of
fniso automobilo identification
plates. Olive Poclten, a militant
suffragette, was arrested there.
THE SPHINX RILE
DISCOVERIES WITH LION BODY
THE TOMB OF THE FIRST
(Ilv Federal Telegraph.)
LONDON, March 13. (Special to
The Advertiser) Tho mystery of tho
Fphinx which has puzzled tho world for
nii is nlvn,l
According to an nrticlo published in
tha Westminster Gazette, Qeorgo Eos
cr, a Harvard man, has removed tho
accumulated sand from tho interior of
' "e- J l'-
to a temple, ono hundred and twenty
fct long, which runs the entire length
n ii.A ii t..i..
The temple, tho explorer boliovcs,
for""' tho '0'nb ot Mencs, tho first
I'harnoli, nnd is supposed to contain 1 Is
mumrniiiea uouy. iscsuics tho great ecu
tral temple, tho moutlm of various
bnvo been uncovered, Tbcso bavo
not yet been explored but it is believed
lliey will be found to lead to a subterranean
WON BY OXFORD
! federal W!rli Trlnrrapb.)
IJNIK).', Mareh J3 (Hieil to
Tim Adertiifr) Oxford erew
won (he mi.nml Iml tiuo nitb '.m"'
rilg t("l"y by tbu iwuiuw Margin o
t fcot hmtftti Jt wtu
ti, tuiw ui thiiM ito Nurmy liu vi i
Tiw r. ki i il i
'fUnk, IM i'iUb.ia. "WM
if l lm muImI Al riuvau.lui, U
Ofii hiii mr, i imI rlayv wn. Imaim
' titlmninuiitf ut IviiM'M, A(
lJlnlWi, lb t4 ui Ik tuuiV,
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Tl.l, U.f.il .iaB LjU.,',1 i,uiliyl
4jh4 Ik WM tturiff Kf wh !,.,
1 ho statement hy Governor
Irtftr relating o tbo of
tho r.apid Iransit an I Laud Com-
rauy, to wLiih tho following Is ,
in ths nnturo or a ronly, is pub-
Hsh:d, practically in full, on pago
nlno of this Issue.
3C m !C 5ft )fC !fC )Jt iq(, m )fC If! Jt 3(C SfC 5(4 )Q( 9ft I
REPLY IS Ml
TO GRIT n
PRESIDENT PEOK OF RAPID THAN-
3IT COMPANV ANSWERS
L. Tennoy Peek, president of the Honolulu
linpid Transit and Land Company,
in commenting on the statement
given out by Governor I'renr yesterday
in relation to tho franchise, which tho
company now seeks, was not slow in
meeting tbo issues.
"Iliavo, road this evening with
much surprise," said tho bead of tho
trims' t company, "tbo extendod communication
made to the press by Governor
rrc.tr. The bill introduced in tho
s'nuto by Senator (Jhilliiigworth is not
the company's bill, but is mi ejtnct copy
ot tho bill which passed tho last
with practical unanimity, after
being shaped in a largo measure nlong
lines suggested by various committees
of commercial, Civil and other organizations
and by individual members of
the legislative committees, whoso duty j
it was to pass on Us provisions Del or o
recommending tno bill for passage,
"It is tborotoro a mnttor of stirpriso
that tho Governor would not wnit for
tho Chillingnorth bill to bo printed and
considered in committee, uoloro winch
his objections might bo mado through
tho medium of a special message to tlio
"Although 1 bad a long intorviow
with the Governor aftor tho passago of
tho bill in question by the Inst legislature,
and uoloro tho limit bad expired
in which ho could hnvo approved
it if be chose, I did not then learn what
Ins real object'ons wero to the till, other
thnn ho wanted tho legislature to pass
an net which would bo favorably received
by congress. In other words, a
bill nlong modern lines, which, ho felt
would bo 1 fforcnt from the ono, just
passed. Ho g.'tve othe directum
that bis ronsons"for pocket-vetoing
tbo bill would bo mnilo public
in a short time, but tboy lmo not until
today been forthcoming.
Will Receive Attontion.
"As to tho statements contained in
tho communication 1 can only ray this
evening that due attontion will bo given
to etch and nil of them nt tho proper
time and in tho propor place; Unit is to
say, at tbo legislative lioarings on tho
CMIlingworth and Frear bills, Senator
.1 mid having announced that tbo bill
introduced by him was prepared and
submitted nt thoTcqucst of tho Governor.
"I do not object personally to tbo
opposition of tbo Governor to the
bill; that is his own prerogative.
But I do object most decidedly
to tbo sinister reflections which bo
casts, through bis communication, on
tho good faith, tho honcBty nnd tbo
public spirit o tno men wno nave organized
nnd conducted during tho Inst
fifteen joars tho rapid transit enterprise.
"it is not necessary for any critic
of tbo Cliillingworth bill to creato sentiment
against t'leso men where in the
management did not accept ah funda
rientnl justice n decision rendered by
him, wlion chief justice, of tbo light
of passengers to make round-trip journeys
by way of connecting linos In various
parts of tbo city for a slnglo faro.
Wo accepted tbo decision nt the time
without question, and I do not think It
is just of thn Governor that our contention
at that timo betokentd a Hel
lish disposition us ngainst the public
"Ho also says that wo showed tbo
same spirit iu appealing to tho fjuprcmo
Court at Washington in the timo sched
ule case, wherein tho suiiromo court of
Ilawuii was overruled. This appeal was
mado wall tno knowlcdgo anil approval
of tho Governor, for tho very question
nt issue win whether or not It was his
right nnd duty as Governor to suiior
vise tho then nrepared
by us. Wo held that it was bis duty,
but lio declined to assume tbo duty
which tno mipreino court at washing
ton saiilshd must assume.
More Expensive Paving.
"I will not refer to tho paving rases
further than to suy that the company
not or refused to pave on King street,
tho contention merely being over the
mini or pavement, two company proposing
to line u more exienivo kind tbun
that demanded by tho supervisors.
"Ifo furthermore n) that 'so long
as the company doe its duty It alinulil
iu given Dvary rcuiionAlilo consideration
by the public nml treated fairly
by it.' nml Unit Mho company litu (bun
fur git i'ii good nubile wimt'e, aud Ibul
iJiuimj in eeiitrolfjf It are high ml mind
iiiou,' Thit tribute it merely
far iu nw on t lulu Ikut w
In ' lmicd several hundri'il thnuMtid
dullnri' worth of wnlored Muvk Mud
ihiti He will umjuuljii'll) i null iid lliiit
mb butt the rlirlil to itu aumml Uuum
ut mofh iu tha futuiu, tuliliuy Itiut
I!.'.. klivrlivitry ,ritilii lun.l Im
.urn ii lifi 'I If lbv Uw i uutiflulu
Iu nut .lixli imum, ' lk "fiujmuj'
einiilU Mil hit Vu I In' Hl'ip Imuil, but
II Kl lln jiublli alini.lil ltl lkn lbs
I d l HlVlle I ltill"l HI lbs
uufiw kii i fi uf !
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ImI m(fii m'ti U riW imJ
inir M4fl 1 "Mifiiy HMIH'xf Mf . 'l ltW umt Ut VM( $
Rebels Win Battle and
City By Desperate
Mexicans -Surrender to
Colonel Wilder of the
XOOATjV.S', Arizona, March 14, (By
Associated l'rcsa Cablo) After twolvo
hours of desperato battlo noToss tho
border-line in Moxico, tho fodoral forces
of tho Iluerta provisional government
woro forced to ovacunto tho town of
Hogalez, Mexico, nnd retreated to tho
tftu.cd States sido of tbo lino, tho
and mon srurronuoriiig to Colonel
Wilder, of tbo jtittu Cavalry.
'iho battlo was a hard fought one,
but tho rebels ot Sonorn had tho groater
forco and woro well led, and inflictod
considerable los on tho lluertistas. It
is estimatod that at least 100 mon woro
killed and 200 wounded during tho
Privato Allen Umfloot, ono of tho
border patrol of tho United Htntes
army, tviiB wounded while on duty by
a robel bullet.
Guard tho Bonier.
(Ily FJpral Wlr.lc.a Tclrcrapli.)
NOOALKS, Arizona, JIarch 13.
(Special to Tho Advertiser)
federal soldiers wero killed and
cloven wounded by rcbol sharpshooters
in tho early hours of today's
and Colonel Kosterllztkyaj(forco ot
federals. Tbo casualties'' nmoug tho
The fighting during tho"mornlng waa
nt long rnnge. Tho fight bogau nftcr
Kostcrliztky for tbo Bocond tlmo bad
refused the denmntU of the rebels for
tbo unconditional surrender of tHo post.
The Nopaloz garrison comprises ono
hundred and fifty fodoral troops, umlor
tbo command of Colonol Noyes and ono
hundred and fifty ruralea under
the commnud of Kostcrliztky, who
is tho ranl.ing ofllccr.
Captain Smith, in command of tho
United States cavalry on tho border
hero, sent formal warning to tho camps
of both belligerents 'that firing across
tbo international lino would not bo permitted.
Throo additionnl troops of cavalry,
bringing sovcrnl mnchino guns, arrived
hero during tho night from Tort
TTho wounded federals woro brought
to the American sido of tho border under
a J?ed Cross flag and woro givon
medical attontion, Three of them probably
nro fatnlly wounded.
Practically ovcry noncombatant in
Nogalcz, Sonorn, fled to tlio American
sido of tho bonier nt tho inception ot
hostilities, nlthongh many wero reported
to bo barricaded in thoir homos un'
iblo to escape bocnuso of tbo rain ot
bullets. Tho American Bido of tho border
was thronged with spectators in
spite of orders issued by American
Almost tbo entire American rivalry
tintrol was deployed along tbo border
to bo rrndv to rnforco the order tint
there should be no firing iicros tho lino,
Welcome; to Orozco.
MEXICO CITY. March 1.1. Ily
Press Cablo to Star-Bulletin)
Hugo crowds gathered today tq welcome
Gen. PiiBPiinl Orozco, who, Binco
tho downfall of Madero, hns bocomo
ono of tho popular, tools.
SLICES HIS FRIEND;
Ono death already aud another person
hovering between Ilfo uinl dontli,
in the result of the blood mania of J'u
Juki, n Jiiputiwo of Wnliiiiwu, who bus
liiiiisrlf pniil tho ilinth penally. A
ddiiipaiiteu, Yoihitftku, with ills sltiii ui
meat cut to nbbuiii, It lying ut the lios
pitul, but it Is belluvml that he will ri,
Tlip two mvn, one ut Uost ut whom
win drunk, witru tpomlliig Mia dm i
lug In 11 lioril uiiil Youiig tttiiip "" '"
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running uul ut Ibu WhiH ui. !
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