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From Can Praneiseo: Sierra, Aug. 24. For San Francisco: Siberia, Aug. 12. From Vancouvar: Marama, Sept 9. For Vancouver? Makura, Sept. 8. U It i Evening Bulletin. Eft 1882, No. 93S Hawaiian Star. Vol. XXII. No. 6977 12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TEKIUTORY OP -HAWAII, FIJI DAY, A UfS UST 2 1, 191412 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS I II w fl w .1 . ! oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo Qppmmg Arwfos, After 'dnimMgOh- hmgMm9 Now . Brew Near .Each :(;:BdSbjit For Oedme Eaitli AHTlIflP, JIEtiSil.STROMG FOfiTIFItiJIC; TO HOLD t:T UtLLrSIEGE STABTS Associated Presa ser! ce by Federal WIreleaaj PROMINENT IN THE WAR NEWS i . 71 .:,:;, V PARIS, France, August 21. M l tary experts recognize that within ft few days wiU occur the most formidable battle-shock in the history of the world, for never before have such tremen- dpus masses of soldiers so f onaidably-armed and , splendidly- equipped and trained for conflict' faced each other 'and pre-jr pared fcr ccmbat. The battle between the German invaders on. cne s!de and the Belgians, French and British on the other will j occur cn Belgian so l, it is certain, but the strict censorship pre-. vents any statement as to the probable battlefield. . - The French staff declares that it is confident the battle will ! - . - , . - . , ... : i occur, under auspices favorable to the chances cf the three allies. t (Kcte: The news in recent d'spatches indicates that the battle will probably be fought net far from the h'storlc field of Water- i t PARIS, France, August 21. Antwerp, against which the.Ccr- ruiis are now apparently directing offensive operations, it among, tho most strongly fcrtified'cH'eTt 'Gtrmicjr dccicTcs to reduce .th's icity 'lather; operations igainst Frar.c ,1t TrlU'nuire a huge annV,;vast"s . Icr j't cirry cut.: ;The siege cf Antwex-p would require so much y ti v-:.- m c:rn:y cf such i&e Uat it would proportionately delay . and wcilic n major operations against France; j If Germany decided merely to invest Antwerp with a small force i in crdcr to prevent expeditlonaiy forces e'nff sent from' Antwerp tg'r:t the invading amy, France and Britain, commanding the seas, are Table to land supcrxr forces behind ihl German main ! , guard, according to authoritative military observers. . " i I Germany's problem now is therefore a very critical one and the moves with regard to operations against Antwerp are awaited with intense interest.' . '. 't ' ;. 1 PARI3, France, "August 21It is confirmed today that German Hussars occupied Brussels Thursday without firing a shot. ? The German cavalry's activities have severed all communication between Erusrels and Antwerp. All wires" are.down between'Brus ' sels and France. . " , , ' .: vUm':- : - ' FarMie Stallis in Switzerland j KEV7 YORK, N. Yn August 21. Cable advices received here frcm Ewitrerland reveal that that country is already in a famine striclien condition. : :." Fields have been destroyed and the country isolated from the outside so that foodstuffs can scarcely le procured. The Swiss gov ernment in its extremity now seeks to buy coal, wheat' and other provisions from the United 'dates - if the', belligerent nations are willing to allow, the cargoes safe conduct on sea and land. The Swiss government desires to raise an American loan in payment! 1 TliGzzands Form Foreign Legion in Paris - Upper, from ; left ; to right: '.. Lleut-Gea, Ccunt Helmuth von i Moltke, chief cf Prusslaa general staJT; , President Polhcare of: France; Premier Goremykln cf k Russia. Below, left to right: - Count . Leopold . von' Berclitold, Austro-Hungarian minister cf for eign affairs: Grand Duche3s Ma rie Adelaide, ruler 4 of: Luxem- burg;; General- Soukhomlinoff, . Russian' war minister. mi U. S. DESTROYER ORDERED TO SEE GERM STEAMER : DOESN'T BREAllfJEUTRnLITY V f ) ' . v . ' : A 1 '' - . " " J - ? V, . A- " ill ESSE: I V -j - ... .' KUHIO'S CAR TURNS 'TURTLE BUT NO ONE ' SUFFERS ANY INJURY fRpwIal Star-Bulletin Correspondence HILO, August 20.- When the auto- PAPTri tvt..tt Arrr. oi .CeWtifr tn li.t i A. MiM, I mobile that was - conveying Delegate wvwg .v WT Kuhid around tals island tamed turtle another that they may get to the front and 'oppose Germany, 45,000 at Keauhou and became a total ureck, ss , . . through falling 12 feet and landing on Jews cf all nations, 3000 Belgians, 4500 Italians, 2000 Russians, 2000 its' top. it was lucky that the Hawai- Swiss, 1000 Spaniards, 800 Bonmaiinns 125 Americans today td'.UefT" e" llcull cxwded the Place des Invalids, fronting the tomb cf Napoleon, and Thomas White's ranch house talking , . , ' . - : . politics. The automobile Is damaged offered tnejr services to the French government. ; jto the extent of more than $1000, but All wilT'lta TMa1 a PM'mi Tcmnn r44Vm .4 frrr t One W8S injured days.' T '.v';' '-1 . :.r.-;.-,;:--V. ; ; Thirty thousand more have 'enrolled themselves as "friends' of France" and may be called upon. ' Pope' Suffering At Thought of Down His Health Uar Broke To make a number of minor chang es In the specifications, .all proposals for - the grading and construction of streets and thoroughfares, in the Au waiollmu tract have ' been ordered withdrawn by Superintendent C. It Forbes , of the public works ; depart ment. ! V- ' :;:'v' PALMEB WOODS SEWATORRICE I IN THE FIGHT , WILL BE HERE tOTHEFINlSH NEXTTUESDAY rifinlflo' DiiiYinr TflOT R .. n P uZ"rr."Z"rJn jj VVnext Tuesday frcm his pres Coin is Benind candidacy- paigning tnp. according to WiHS Senator Charles A. Rice will return present cam- arrange ments, and will very likely spend the rest "of the time before primary day footsteps of U U JICandless.Talmer , He -ake a for three or P W opds. the second Democratic can- d tQ HawaU or Maui tut prob. didate-forrdelegateshtp honors, ad- ab,y ,t Js evideaV that the dressed a Hilo audience at Mooheau loca situatka is perfectly safe for park last Saturday evening. There hij candldacy ?v were net many present at the meeting McCandlesa men today assert that but these .who 1 were heard some inter- ttere Is no truth in the reports that esting; "insider information regarding Palmer Woods win beat McCandlesa Wood's failure to secure government tQ one cn Blg igiaaAMIoat billet and also about how the campaign cbservers feel that po such dispropor funds ; were raised to help. Palmer tlcnate vote win be given but along the hard road of running r McCandless supporters here are show delegate, -.i. , ine gjgna 0f anxietv that leads to the R. T. CiArd started the ball rolling ccnclnsicn that Woods is fast gain when, upen the request cf Woods that lng strength. -tliose who wished to ask questions do - ' ' ' ' so, the well known Hilo man inquired , if Woods would support McL'andiess. should the" latter get the nomination of the Democratic party at the pri- maries. , . - where, at the residence of a friend of Woods, in answer, aeciarea mai ne the organization, they will spend to- The secretaries of the Young Men's Associated Press servi ce by Federal Wireless. SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, August 21. The TJ. S. torpedo-boat destroyer Prebel was today ordered by the navy department, after,. ' conference with customs officials, to station herself alongside the German steamer Mazatlan to see that the latter doe3 not violate r neutrality by leaving the port with coal for the German cruiser Leip- 'The owners of the vessel, which is one of the Jebsen line, now cla'm that a Mexican commission firm has bought the coal which", was originally intended for the Leipzig. ; . Clearance papers will be refused the steamer until proof is sub m'tted of the truth of the story that the coal is bound for Mazatlin,' Mexico. Meanwhile the coal is still aboard. It is sa;d that a Cer., man agent who ordered the coal bought for the Le'psig recently , arrived in San Francesco on the steamer Alexandria. ! ' 'l Indictments May Follow Probe : WASHINGTON, D. . C August 21.As a' result of the probe that has been conducfed-f or several days by the department of jus-' i:ce ana ine aepartment or commerce, retiring Attorney-general Mc Eejrnolds expects" leveral indictments to be returned harging per-v sons with conspiracy to raise1 the price of foodstuffs'. '" .'. - n ";v 'r War Risk Bureau Plan Progresses i WASHINGTON, D. C, August 21. The senate ' today passed the bill creating a government bureau in the treasury department to issue emergency war risks, or war insurance, on American ship3 1 and cargoes when the owners or shippers are unable to secure rea-! scnable insurance from private companies. . The bill appropriates! $5,000,C00 to create the insurance fund. J ; ; .;.;, V,- : - ' DEVASTATION IN WAKE OF GERMAN ARMY .: - PARIS, France, Aug. dispatch -from- Brussels' savsthaV the course pnrsued by the German advance in its invasion of Belgium is marked by a lon line of Imriilng villages and their rulrw. The de struction wrought represents an enormous sum. 1 JAPANESE ABANDON WELCOME TO EDZUMO SAX FRANCISCO, CaL, Aug. 21. Local Japanese have aban doned their plana for a formal entertainment of the officers of the cruiser Idzumo, which has arrived here from San Diego. 4 Officers feared that such an entertainment at the present time would embarrass the American government in' its endeavor to observe strict neutralitv and avoid demonstrations. WASHINGTON DEFERS WAR TAX f ' WAIIIXGTOX, Aug. 1. It' has been announced that there will bono war taxes imposel in the immediate future, nor lmtil an investi gation by the treasury- department shows what sort of : burdens 'the American nauon can oear witn the least - inconvenience; President Wilson yesterday expressed the hope that the imposition of special taxes at this time might be 'avoided altogether. FRENCH AVIATORS DROP DEATH-DEALING B0MB3 LOXDOX, England Aug. 21. -His aeroplane having been rid dled by bullets when aa a war scout for France he flew over 185 miles of German territory, Adolphe Pegoud, daring aviator of loop-the-loop fame, has returned to Paris to get a new machine, according to an Exchange Telegraph message received here. " On his perilous flight Pegoud, accompanied bv a military oWr ver from the French army aviation corps, crossed" the Rhine and is said to have dropped bombs that blew up two German convoys. Dur ing his voyage the aeroplane was the tariret for a hail Vf KnlW which are reported to have struck the machine. Two shells from k German mortar also damaged the plane. captain mk, a military aviator -with the Fnwh fnwW x-.A iChnsUan AssociaUon. headed by Gen- : to have destroyed three tubc-aeroplanea and wre-kel a Zennolln Hln. eral Secretary Paul Super, left for Up-' An .uan ha ji t t . J ' T reiKeti a Zeppelin .din- pr Numru Valley this morning fflb,e h hedropped bombs into a hangar at Metz. ; " .. . (Associated Press byce by Federal Wireless. ROME, luiy, Aufl. 21. The wHI of the late Pope. Pius X requetti that hit successor (rant his two sister a pension of 130 monthly for life, recom mends for himself a modest burial at St Peters and beseeches God to for give his sins, especially, the will states, since he became pontiff. .. ' Profetsor Marchiafava, the Pope's personal physician, says that he per sistently Irpplored Piou to remember that his health was precious to the en tire world, to which the Pope replied:. "How can I be tranquil when millions cf men are about to dieT If I, who have the highest ministry for peace, can net pretfet so many lives,. who will? I suffer for all about to die on the titikrjiJi while I cannot help it." -v - -;- : . wouldi certainly throw his support to day and Saturday In conference, draw. McCandlesa if the Bourbon leader in jn7 nD the plans for the fall work. HawaU was the chosen one at the rjurins their absence, the-business of primaries. the association wil be in charge of Guard then asked how woods would a proiip of volunteer workers. The sec- SUGAR over Kuhio at the primaries. Would day morning: V-'v: V-;V,::- Palmer, should ne too De successful ai . SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21. Sucar: the primaries, as a Democrat, then Woods denied the yarn and said that 96 degrees test, 6 cents, tation. 6.31 cents. Previous quo- MONUMENTS Granite, Marble, Coping and Iron Blue Stone Fence. TeL IT." E. HENDRICK, LTD. v Merchant and Alakea retire and leave a clear field to Re publican Rice. ' If I obtain the nomination on the Democratic ticket, and Rice the nomi nation cn the Republican ticket, I shall be in the fight to the finish," de- his friends in Honolulu, kn&wlng that I he could not afford to undertake the expense of a campaign, had subscrib ed SI 200 to help him cmL " The sub scriptions had come in small amounts and while some donations were aa clared Woods. small as 25 cents, none were over 12 . When questioned as to the truth or Palmer Woods Is going to touf all otherwise of the story that is going '"of." Hawaii and expresses : himself-as the rounds that It Is Republican mon- conedent of making a good showing ey that Is behind . Wa candidature, 1 at the primaries. An official notice issued by the war office hrr tho e England to watch for messages dropped from aeroplanes and that any such communications that arc. found be forwarded to arrar headquar ters. .,'.-:':':,:''.:;; : - . CANADIAN PABLIAMENT PASS WAB FUND VOTTAV, Canada Aug. 21. The, Canadian .House of Com mons has appropriated $50,000,000 for use in the war. Action vas taken on motion of Premier Borden. jtecondeil bv Sir Wilfred Laurier. BBUSSELS FALLS; BELGIANS EETBEAT TO ANTV7L2P, - LONDON,- England, Aug. - 2 1-An . official despatch came ' br way of Paris last night stating that the Germans have occupied Brus sels, the advance guard entering the city in the evening. 7 A number of strong columns are following this advance. ; ; : ; ;-;K:The -Belgians made no resistance, tbeTegiments falling back r.pr. Antwerp, without, an engagement, ' '