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HONOLULU STAR'BULLETlN, TlR7RSDAVt SEPTEMBER 24, JDU,
1 j BRITISH AVIATORS BOIIBAED ZEPPELIN BASES ! : LONDON', England, Sept .24. Two squadrons of British aeroplanes made a daring da.h into, Gennany yesterday, and, raided the Zeppelin airship haws at DuKseldorf and Cologne, It is understood that extensive damage was inflicted, at Ihisseldorf by the bomb dropped by the aviators.; The aviator? were taken with their machines to a point t Bear the German border in Belgian armed autbmobi les, and made the twin, raids from Belgian soil, to which they returned in safety, ',''7'' . H :-Z,':'z: Hie distance covered from the border to Cologne is a little more than forty miles, wmie inissemori lies aDoui iweniy-one miles north weft of Cologne. v ; - ! t '. rvjnftnfl U thi bnsp from which the invasion of I Belgium end France is being conducted. M ' I2IDIAN PRINCES OFFER TROOPS AND MONEY ' - Every day come fresh offers of help for Great Britain from tlie tributary and independent princes and rulers of the various Indian fdates, the offers including the services of tramed troops PIwEAPPLES fORcisr Ii If i. what is declared will be the largest , (By Latest Mail. uzrz; Tk pi: . ; r,nf:PP1 Seattle, wash., sept. n.-The lined for the east coast of the United . r - 7, . r . , States in a single bottom are to be Tbe -tmaalp Minnesota, which left forwarded with the departure of the Yokohama August 30r arrived here to-American-Hawaiian freighter MiBSoar- day bearing Count von Rex, late Ger- supplied with 301S tons of the product, representing more than 115,000 cases of the fruit, for the most part to be loaded at Honolulu. The Missourian arrived at Port Al len Kauei. todty, where a qquantlty of mainland cargo will be left and con signments of .sugar, and pines will be placed oa bord. The vessel is to proceed to Hilo, the last port of call in the islands, and will remain there for some days in completing cargo. The Missourian is to steam for Pan- boy hat; the members of the embassy staff and the various German conju lar officers recalled from Japan and Vladivostok. Count von Rex said Japan declared war against Germany under pressure from .England; and that the Japanese people and Cabinet die not desire war, "There f ere many urgent telegrams from London, many conferences be tween the British Embassy and the Japanese foreign office before Japan .. it.. j. : ji(i tlie use 01 ine biuie irraurit;s. , j ,. ; , v - . Many of the rajahs agree to furnish all the troops necfl vr for the carrisoninir of the Indian Kmpire in the event that nu rj i . - w Ikitish government desires to withdraw for use m Europe ,the rest of the white regiments from India. . , , , . L OUD A1IE3E AltD EQ YP tl AKS VOLUNTEER j . j A number of i requests for a . chance to join the armies of the Allies have been received irom iue prim-jimi nm-n u4 iur Arabs in the Soudan and Upper Egypt. ; V? riiEircn failed to support is story , ' : r, NEW YORK X. Y., Sept. 24. The failure of the military governor of Lille to send reinforcements to Field Marshal IVcnch when the British were holding the positions 'lefore Mons and covering the "French retirement, is said to bo the cnuse of the resignation of the French cabinet, which came un i ))ectcdly immediately after the, abandonment of Belgium by t , .0 Allies. r; . - - ; :' : , :: . ; . : , ? ' v This is the story brought here by a New York physician, rrlio-was in Paris when the cabinet was reformed and wo jar lived from Europe yesterday. , x , ; v . ? General French is said to have complained to Lord hitcn t' vr of the failure of the Lille governor to respond to his call i r help at a time when the British were threatened with out r.in" bv a very suierior force of Germans and in danger of : r.ihihiticn. ' . . y, - " ' . ,' , : . ... Tl - British minister of var transmitted the protest to I.sUcnt Ppincare, withlhe result that a breakup of the cabi- : t. followed. ' , '7i)XP0N, i:rld, Sept despatch to the Central - tts f rv :n Taris Untcs thst'iaVduel tween a German cruiser ; 1 n ama Canal and thertce in the Atlantic entered the. fight, declared the count to New York, where the bulk of the Wants to Know U. ft. Attitude. freight brought from, the. Hawaiian isl i Being asked wh&t he thought of anda will, be discharged and tranship Japan's action, the ambassador re- ped. A portion of the pineapples will plied: " be forwarded to Great Britain and the "1 have no opinion to express. I continent if available" tonnage can be should like to know what the United securea aiong ine Atlantic seaDoara. States thinks of it. You hare islands in the Pacific that raay.be taken over by Japan the next time you get in trouble." , . - Count Ton Rex seemed to consider the plight of the Kiaochau garrison bcpeless. "The. Japanese," he said, "are free to attack with 200.000 men if they choose, while, we have only ft few thousand defenders. Tsingtaii is not a fortress like Tort Arthur. It is not a strong place. Its fall is only a matter of time Upt what 'military glory can Japan gain by capturing Tslngtau?" The count continued ine Japanese military skill was acquired from German teaching. : We have taught them all they know In . A VirQinian Soon to Lsave the Sound.- ' With shipments ef freight from the east coast of the United Stages trans shipped from American Hawaiian steamers in the Atlantle eervice the steamer Virginian, predicted to call at Puget Sound ports for the first time in several months, will reach the port about October 11, -according to advices received . by , C.t R Morse, v. the local freight agent for the line. .' r . i The, Virginian, it Is understood, will bring a shipment of horses, mules and hogs destined for. local importers. The vessel will be supplied with about 000 tons of sugar tn addition to more than 100.000 cases of reserved nines. The Virginian is scheduled to depart from medicine, engineering and the higher Hilo for Panama on October 23. learning. Japanese ' students have ,nr--ti'U u. '' '- fc t-Vri'i-J 1 ': been welcomed In all put great nnlver- Radie frftm the twrlint. . ? i'- skies, and this is our reward. Japan The Watson Navigation steamer turns against, us at t tie first opportu Lurilne.- from . Beattle hat been heard nlty.'? f ; from through wireless, the vessel be Want to Go to Cerminy. .;- lng dua to arrive at the port pn next ,y All the Germans except Baron Scho Tuesday with 49a tons r of general en are on their way to Germany, but cargo, .wnue otner consignments ; in- do not know exactly bow they will ciuce,&tiir into, tor; Kanuiui. attain their, destiaaiioa. -The ambas- T r lor iiaanapai) ana wi tons tor Port Allen. 1 1 f J-)'- -.a A vast iquanUty ,f foodstun. and provistona are en route to the islands In . this vesseL Among the larger shipments are sacks of flour, uhil 00 rftpi of ivnimlt and rpt- j . pral hundred drum. tOf gasoluie make The travelera are lion e.t Island ports. sad or Is beyond mi:ary age, as he says regretfully, and he probably could reach Italy unmolested, but nearly all the other men are young and eligible for army, service. "an" ; woald be taken from any neutral ship tat was search; at a hotel- here awaiting: ordera frets-their govern ment. They may go at .tomorrow. , v. - Taey say they were treated with Der tect courtesy by the people ol Japan, -- " -n tt f V- i- it ih lt.nssian srunners ."lice oi Hie cruiM.'i nuu v, t' Wilhelmlna'a Long flange Wireless. . t.i? l,h Wl- Hip! Mf0 WDttUn .a.m titer war- .wt deda. ifler in trns SUIiK. .xtvu vuiiruuci r- w'tlast bight through its wireless equip- w menu x ne vesset is steaming or ine ' ! , islands with 4173 tons freight for Ho-' There were numerous ngllsh pas nolplu, tons for Hilo, 376 tons sengers.on lhe Mlhneiota. They did for Jort Allen iand 61 tons for Kaa- not mix Jth .the .Germans in any way. naplL' The Wllhelmlna is due Et the Through the Straight f Fuca the Mln portion next Tuesday morning :md nesota kept on the American side, will berth t Pier 15. . r n--j faring search by a British warship. ; . 4 .,.' f'. ; v(r- .;; , 1 Passengers belonging to neutral ns- a . j" "- ' ' - - - '-" i agreed that Japan was not great i rjLZZZZlZZZl LC.ZZZD 1 ly .excited over her .war with Germany, '"-ii 1 I. imim.i 4 feeling -that U was undertaken from a . n-i'-H 1r"1 f-T'TK-K. jfi Lki-a Ji .JJv-.l " -V ' ' ' J' ' L Jl . ..: -. . , - J. ' ' v '" ' 1 i. : l i . i 11 ; i ; r . ' I XXly Latent Halll .r.::::cGTON, d. a, sept. 13. t r thai Er.pcrof William c.r 'v'.rrlr.s for several cays - from the .United States .1 l:,;ulr;::5. In crfecVirtSer. :r.'.rc;:s cf discussing "peace , r-t crr:tial -and diplonutlc .1 ca t:.e clerSitcity -for a . ; cf .peace ttrcis be ? Lc!::.:crents..- . '-.'. .:':1:t.z the vigorously ttitcmc.Ats through icfficial last week that Git at lint- : r:.nce s.nd Russia woald not , r.ce cntil they -had dixisively I GcrnuT, It -was cdirilted in -.-..trtcrs here that a favorable r frcra Unniprcr Wiiliati toitha ;ccn povemmenfs Inquiry-might ? the entire aspect cf the situ . Cucb a rrply, it was; agreed, ! t.t the machinery :f of 'ipesce - '.a r.:clicn, ?vcn though lies til l net cease, the discussion -c t:r:r.s bsinning thrtaigh the ..:z.7l rovcrncicct in the hope that ccr.-.rr.cn crt".nnd sntsbt be found n rccrriance by the beliiserenU rr i'est Wi:?cn't ri;inal tender .1 trices lookizs toward mefiia- this connection come prominent C tnatists cid not hesitate '..to say th.-.t Trrsidf at Wilson's rertenal in llu.ee in Great Britain and; France as a result of hia mitspoken and sue cc rul erpeal to the American coii Ftc - f to repeal an act which he be lie. : J in contravention -to ; w treaty w c. ' 1 be an important factor in : a Kc-.:n:tat for peace. It was stated in substance in dopk r;.:::i quarters that If Emperor WI1 li:n should manifest a wlllinRness: to ta'k peace President Tllson wtuld be able -without difficulty to obtain from the allies a definite T statement of tcrrs. ' ' - - Ti e sujirestlon - was advanced by sc? Uir-.stistsihatGCTKaiiy migtit be tt'.n:ulated to arrange peac4 by Irer rcT, rrul tiLlrs Ir.tOrsts. : in Drit-: ish circles here '.he new is tc'.d tbat Cc:: .an tr.hcrs rave their arrroval to Gcmcny's entry ito the C cnlyl in the fc-e'.ief tUt tbe sriit7 trould Jest . a 3rcr.th, in -."Which " tiae Paris 1 wcv.'d be TAptttrid -d rranee forced : to me for terms. With. the cnexpect rd tntry cf Great Crltala; the resist ance cf Ci!. jra and the ancJottproraiS-i IZZ atiituce or tee a;ues to xnaae p r r e c ! v t r n utual -cons ent, the , lZzrs, zzcttZ'.it to Cr;lUh ; new. OF tyAR DISPLAY 10 WE STORE EVERYTHING. CITY, TRANSFER CO V.PANY PAinnsa m i JAMES H. LOVE Thtne 'Zt Poland's war songs indicate pretty plainly, iay Honolulu Poles, that the country will fight for neither Germany nor Russia, but for the Pan-Slav move ment and national liberty. " ' i Anthony K. Zawadskl has furnished the Star-Bulletin with Uwo extremely Interesting Polish songs which are be- mg sung in Poland today. The first is-rran-siavsTr-;;, y-; ; - " March, march, Our people, To defend the brothers Servians, Servians. : Germans we will conquer, Prom land of Serbs, drive them out j Power of our unity v.. For pan-Slavonhn Liberty. March, march. Our peoplg, To defend the brothers , SerVIansV' Servians. ; Arm to arm, Pan-Slavlan, Thought power, In ohe will; Germans we mast overwhelm, Russians, Hussians. . March, march, Our people, ; Towdefend the brothers. Servians, Seryhns. v ' t . -:.v"-. . vf We Slavonians of one SDeech , Thought and faith with Russia each, united, in love and body deed' What we wilt. It comes' to 'pis V. - indeed. ' ' - ;; "'v : , ; 4 si March, march. Oar people, ' ; To defend the brothers, , Servians, Servhns. ' -The second Ms "Cracow." a sort of apotheosis of this 'city,1; now Austrian out the object or Polish affection: " Tou Cracow. Poland's head.- AndiWanaw; do tot bend!' - ; Kalse your headB. and say the word That 'Poland - snail '. be free and self- Kovemlng, ielf-governlng,' shall be J freel-; v ;'"; ' '! Chorus ; . t 1y. fJ .. You Polanders, wise of held. Create with yonr thought Poland anew, Create witn love;' act with your power, And ' what ' yon rwlU. It will " come to t ' pass.- ."..OV ,-v ? .These-poems are not metrical trans lations,' tut almost literal," and not even their poetical ttnevenness ahd trndeness can hide the ' patriotism in every line. , . :: . ., -;; jt There will be a meeting of the Board of Agricnltnf eland' Forestry to- inofrow morning atll u'clock. " "-' ' II . I '1 vr ! I im at MADE OY AN-EXPERT, Love5o C rery ' v' ,,f .... .. .. .4 ... - . . NO ELECTION OF CAiiPAIliN Republican candidates for election at . the November balloting met last inght In Kuhlo headquarters to dis cuss whether or not there' should be a special campaign manager. I ' ; After much discussion it was de cided to have, a manager but the man has not been selected. Among these mentioned for: the position ate John H. Wise, Harry K. Murray. C. N. Mar qnez and Clarence Crabbe. VESSELS TO AND ' ' FROM THE ISLAND (Special Wireless to Merchants' ; - -fxebange. ! : " T Thursday, September 24. PORT TOWNSEND Arrived, Sep tember 23, schooner Alice Cooke hence August 14. ' c SYDNEY Arrived, September 21, S. S. Sonoma hence September 7. ' "Aerograms. - : " S. S. LURUXEArrives from Seattle Tuesday morning; 'no passengers 5 : sacks mail, general cargo and explo sives. . .v" 1 Meeting with favorable winds and moderate seas the Inter-Island steam er Claudine was an early arrival thi3 morning bringing a few passengers and a varied cargo from ports on the Island of Maal. ? The freight list In cluded 38 head of rattle, 7 head 'of calves, 61 hogs, 15 crates of chickens, 8 sacks Vif aro, 34 fcacks of corn,( 45 sacks 'of potatoes, 13 sacki, of rlce,a quantity of empties and 90 packages of sundries. ' The vessel is on the berth to steam for Kahulnl at 5 o'clock tomorrow evening. ' .'. 1 BEAi ESTATE TBASSACTIOXS f. Entered of Record Stpttmber 23, 1114, From 10:33 a. m. to 4:33 p. m. , John A Buck ft wf to Hutchidaon ' Sugar Plan tft Co .;..... I Emmellne M Ma goon to Juliana Walanlka Rel Young Chung to Young Fook Kang et al B S William Savldge Tf to Ioo Joe.. iD Lod Joe ft wf to Jaa P Morgan Co ltd ...t.,i.t j i ,.,,, , M David P Notley et al by Jdge adv Gecrge E Smithies ......... Judgmt W W Chamberlain Tt to S Do Freest .V. r. ; . . . . .... .V. Rel Llbby, McXelll ft'Ubby or Hon Ud to Park Cheng Soo Agrmt Llbby, McNeill ft Libby of Hon Ltd to Park Chonf Soo i..1. Agrmt J R Kenny TT to R Kuwahara.. U Un On Company to Thomas Pine ; ' apple Co Ltd I. CM James E Jaeger ft wf to Adelaide Osini ' ; . 13 Adelaide Oamer ft hsb to Mutl ' Bldg ft Loan Socy of Haw Ltd Kukaiau Ranch Co Ltd to Hama ! kua Mm Co Ltd S Mstsuo to J. Hamada J K Kapukui to John A Magulre. . D Land Court. ' J ! Asenath S Chamberlain ft 'hsb k ' 1 to Trent Trust Co Ltd Tr y. i k M Entered tf Record Captsmeer 24, 1914, From C133 ju m.t 13:33 a. m. i ' Maul PubMehing Co Ltd 5 to Inter- naUonal Typesetting' Mchne Co CM Mildred M Yoder by Rogr . Notice Lad Chee by Regr Notice PaTofo Land ft Improvement Co ! " "to P E R Strauch, ...i...;;..'.. ' D Josephine Mitchell to lllawaiian '. ; Trust Co Ud PA Hugh B ' Mitchell V to Hawaiian ' ! Trust Co Ltd . . . . . . .'. ........ PA Josephine C Mitchell ft hsb by - Atty to John L Fleming-Tr ... D M It ....... j .n Kawai Sugar Repert. ' - Sugar awaiting shipment on'the IsN and of Kaualf InclaJes ,the following; lots, according to a report brought to this clty'wita the return of offlceri ib the steamer W.'O. Hall: Keaira 20iOO, Kilauea 3DS7,'- Mcnryde f3TS, M. A. K. 99," K. P. 4:4(J, V. K. 1C : iK. A, 2530 'Sacks.' - x:- ;- - - ' Per stnr. W) Or Hall forl'anii ports, tense of duty, and that It would occu Sept. 24Mrs rC.--D. -Gray, -"Mrs.-.--4w py tmly a amall part' of Japan's fight Cockett, W. K Stewart and ;wifvX ins -force.-. ' K : 2 V C. , James, J 'A.!IL Vieira - David " , "' -t. m-A ij ilautia, ,Hee ;FaU Achong Al Chang, .t-.-i li" kA rt..u v- lf,t"' i"' ywuiMv,. "Last Call'' to those members thati ; stmr.:MaunaiLoa,.for Kana and crssniratton wooxxpecx to ueauui Kau Sept. 25. R. Smith, F. H.1 tr.ira annual civic coaTOwra V',wj ,W isht. F. r J. : Llndeman, J. D. JParls, luku, Maul, next month. . r-; ...v., Jr R. JLs McWayne, D. lith, - llailins cards were cut this oornml - Per ,star. . Claudine, for .laul torts. Informing the members that ithe Ad Sept 2a.?F. W Wichman. It. F. Club .must know tit .-once Just, .who is WbelerMC. W.Baldwio, Mr. aneViAlra. going i to :take tbe trip ito; tie 'Valley. P. cCocketti r , v, H;v. !;t m t Island -for the reason Uiat iccommoda-I Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hilo and Uons both -on the steamer Mauna .Lea,' "y ports. Sept 26 H. Johnson, Ted whir has ben .bartered rforthe oc-iuaro,-wire ana cnua, iror. jaggar. casion, and at Wailuku. where the toon vntrnn im trt b fat1A. ar limited.' - The steamer Mausa Loa, rcarrylng o Pf tPu' le city of Daltlmore, a , construction the Ad Club members, trill leave . Ho-) Sept 28. B. H. Thomas, Mrs. Tbo- compaay submitted a. bid. among oth nclulu Friday eveing.rOctober-2, -and; torriF,iloaiaf : r.. ' ers,- and .filed .therewith a. certified return . the rfoltowins r Tuesday-toorni' i Per-,stmr. . Klnan for iKanal ..ports for . $500. Just before.the bids ' i S; pshertr, Ueut S. H. Foster; J ifl response to n advertisement lEoWelcke. . ,f . ,for bids to construct a.schoolhouse In tag.; At Wailuku lhe;Ad Gubbers tll f 29Lady Herron. t a .... .a . . . l ".-"MB residences. Besides the business. of the .convration,- there - wllUbe ;a. loao la - Haleakala, n- auto trip' to i the famoss canyon xf the tao valley, rail road trip to llaikn.' toe home of the big pines and bom!Steaders;-ni asto trip from Wailuku to: Lahaina, a ban Quet and nuraerons other.Xeatures.- s The cost -of, the entire f trip twin' be 1 12, not Including, Incidentals. Trans portation w tile i5n idttti- will be free Ad Club members who make- the trip : iwere opened, the president of the con- v ( structlon. company Vsald totheboaPd I,or awaras that ne tnougnt-trom infor mation he had gained from the other ...! v.U.L-Lu - biddefs present, that; be had made an error In his bid. and . requested leave to i Sylvester Marques Luls Willed a withdraw 1L The board refused to al petition in . circuit .court VasklnR, Utat ; lew the bid lo be. withdrawn, opened he be appointed, guardian or hfs two 411 ot bids,: Snd fouaid that the bid r.hildfwi. isrta. 'tJonvHa and Cartas cf .the company -mentioned ! was , the OoHVeia, both taiaors loVesL Z ,Af ter, the , bids .werei opened . . . . i . . . . . . ,....; . - . . , ;. j uie roara suggesieaio. ux e company a native f Ponce representative that .'he go . over the Juanito. Rivers, a Pttttn fticn. and a laborer hv trade, has 'estimate fori the. pnrpose.cf -discover- are- requested to appear m regnlatien i filed a declaration of inteatien to be- ing .where, if atiV the mistake was. uniform that Is. hat, coat, shirt, trous-iome an American citixen in the office He did so and fouhd the source of the I errcr. me Doaro, jaowever, awaraea ers and shoes ll wtilttr. and hat band.rCf tbe clerk of the federal court. hara 'lel itlrVnr and-' flue ' Pi.l enrsion tickets jmay- ve secured froral 1 Home-mde candy and Jancy articles fused to execute tlie formal contract, j the contract to the company, which re- J.D.r Levenson.Taecretary pro tem xf jI he placed on sale by the members i whereupon, the board declared the de- Ihe'AdCIub.' 1 i or armony i;napter no. 4, is.. at ; urieuea -aHa . reaaverusee ior On the evening cf departure the Ad-Fort and .BereUnia streetsSa4urday. bids. The, Club members will awemble on Bishop1 (The. sale .will commence at 9 o'clock; brcyght suit, for the return ot-tbe de street, opposite .th, .Young hotel, at' e morning. .) ,; ; , v , jpo; L : -to.eoirtr g S".30 o'clock. ' The Hawaiian band .wd parade tbe club to the Mauna Lba. V 71 f r -""Tis J. 1 iTeinperatftre -.aimv'Tr S ;;ra 79 : . 1 0 a.- m SO: 12 noon, so; mini mum last night" t6. ; ' - -; vi v,' v WladS m , SE-Sr 8- a. "hw K-8i 10a. tn.; E-H 12 boon. E-16; move ment past 24 hours; ICO. - -. larcmeter at t a.-to., X9.D1. : k Dew-point at 8a. 8. . Relative humidity,- 8 a. mv 70. ' Absolute htaidity;-- a, t.21. 5 Total rainfall during- past 2i hours, trace. . -Zrr ';: r :'1' . : . : ; ?. Ipeali 'A prograra of vocal and Instrumental of; Baltimore vs. J.j L. Roblnscm Con music will be given In the Methodist structlon Company), that he could not church tomorrow evening, commencing, recover, the. deposit , , r v ;4 at 7:30 o'clock. -Tlftre will beho ad-V ; , '.'..o "' ' v':'.: mission, but the collection- which will i William be taken up Is to be -devoted to -charity, a FHETiCH DEET . PEFlriERYilS THEIR PYRE -i . tuy Latest MallVr . : ratus, oepu a. cn8er wuct annnat c conducted two officers to the tront w1t-... , nessed the siege of a beet sugar re were z finery where 2000 Germans Jiad taken ccnlrT ' refuge during Ihe battle t the Marae. .-even in ; Tha C Cows f . tzvr V William J. Dougherty,. of Brooklyn, i laborer. 45; years oU, was. cmshe 2 t death.while, working in atur.rrl ft Corona. ' ; : - :- . .. . ' ..' . O ' ; ' Delegates to the Ar--:"n Of the Thecscrh-'r-' at ''.Washington f:r I i t. V ; , I - j ; -a rn -'- t-a . J i a 1 :3 Ul' - " : At; I & C'cloclr Admission: Civilians, coc and ?ic Soldiers. 2cc J(if """sJ. TTT 11 Trt . Offers, the following sliglitly uh! first clas pianos at before removal sale ;-::f' -v':5 PRICES VKHY LOWi V. A:::-'-:-:;v.--;' V:;- STEINWAY; (square) ;KR0EX3EU KKOEQEU ..200 ...185 .....$210 .;;:."2cki. LE.SLEU ..................... pianola punos . . 175 KIXGSB UK Y .I.....'. V. ..' 03 " " ::A.--:: PIANOLAS, 520, $50, $100. ri:LVTONPLAYER A .VV. . . ,$400 IKni .Sold on easy payment plan, $10 per montlu ' " ? C 4 :bve to HcCorriston BiiiWihg", Fort above Hotels September 26. j ; . a . . ML.. . t L . 4 . A 1 Infantry; to dislodge them, and .tliclr fire was, very damaclnsr.' nnally a point, already; see financial ruin for i battery of the famous 75" took posl Germany and are. most likely, to, exert :tion, and at the third salvo from these pressure for tn ending of the nar. guns Ue building and its dcpenlczc! zz c ' 'I 2, IM i . STREET NEAR FORT v.