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HONOLULU STA&BULLETIN, MONDA3fc ;XO3aiBER .16, 4914. ,1 IWHSf soirai pacific - Details regarding ftaval movements along the North and South Pacific coast are given In the following tk' patcne of November 4 and 5: IXNDOX. Xov. R. 1:30 a. in. The following statement Jaa 'taswd through the official presa bureau in the name ef the secretary of the ad ' miralty: The admiralty cannot accept the facta given In despatches from Val paraiso as accurate at present, for the battleship Canopus, which, was special ly sent to strwigthen Hear Admiral Craddock's squadron and which would have given htm a decided superiority, was not mentioned In them. Further, although five German ships com.en trated tn Chilean waters, only three entered Valparaiso" harbor. "It Is possible, therefore, that when the full account fof the action is re ceived, It may considerably modify the German version. V Effective measums have been taken to deal with the situ ation In any event." 'OTTAWA, Ont, : Nov. . The pres ence of Jive German warships in the Pacific off the coast of Chile and the probability that two more, the Dres den and the Emden, are on their way to. Join them, created considerable ap prehension for the safety of Canadian cities on the Pacific coasts To meet the situation the naval au thorities at Ottawa" were in confer ence all forenoon. Measures of some . ort, it is said, will likely be taken. though what-they are ..has not been determined, , .The fact that the German warships r- ' bad been gathered Into one fleet was taken here as & clear indication that Germany had perfected arrangements :for acoalinr fleet and it was felt that Jlttle could be xlone - to round cp ; thia fleet until .-British and Japanese" war : ahlps now,atTsingtaire relieved. l , ,It. i feared .that the German fleet : may: steam .north and . under .threat of . Jone distance ' bombardment attempt to iery tribute; on,the clty;of .Victoria; ine oniy Ganger u ,wmcn ine-nees wold be subject in carrying-out nch an enterprise. It is pointed out, would; .' be an attack from the two submarines, which .Canada brought frjora. Chile a ;the opening of: the. war; and which 'are, . .stationed Mn the. water' about ;Van-( oouver.islaad.4- ' JV''.-:-'.-'' -j 'Vancouver reels Secure. a''1 ''J VANCOUVER, :B. VC,J Nov..Ui-Na ' Apprehension) is ielt here of a raid on. Victoria .and -Vancouver tby fthe' Ger man: wrshlim which e-parently. scored . o victory over the Briilah squadroo. hi the South' Pacific on Sunday. ';. . ; , i Besides the. J.apaness cruiser Idzu; mo. :the v British Cruisers Newcastle -zzrrzzzzrz. lit m -m M f- r .: "'.l 'and Swiftsure, as well as the Cana . -dian cruiser Rainbow, are sltached. to the Esquimalt station. There, are at least4 two Japanese '-cruisers , off, Honolulu and the great 'Japanese hat-r " tleahlo Kongo; rhich his a battery of, .' -14-lnch gains. aboard,' Js reported to be ' 'between the Goldsn' Gate and ,:t!ono -.. Juiu. s : ;; i : '' "-. ,' . . i Mt 'Is also pointed out f that, several ' : more British cruisers now operating arcund ? KJatscnan could get ' tothe coast as ,sccn as the - Germans'. could : get to Cape nattery. ; .v ; i There ; is 'little, chance, .of -the Aus ' -tralian fleet coming this way, because V It -would be needed ;to protect its own ', -const. ;ir " ;:r .5;;.;;.r.:.: " ':""-, The Strait of Fuca In the vicinity' of Victoria has also been mlned,' it is ! anncunced,; and it : is ideelared for this i ; reason alone1 to be1 Impossible for- anv ; - foreign gunboat to fret? Into' the Gulf ' . of Georgia' between Vancouver island iCnd the mainland. t.'. .: ". j .Crthi-rs Stiil Mltarnn, ? - . H - SAjviiAUU, : ChUe, Hoy, v 4 -No . - Vcrd rsrae today .from -the British, C ships that engaged .the German squad v -. -ron cS Coronel -Sunday and ; the Brit- tsh flde of the story is yet to be told. . .According to German accounts," their ii armored- cruisers -Srhamlinrt ?Gnfisenau an theflight cruisers KurnJ oerg. xeipzig antf Bremen escaped un-' scratciied, while the iBritish rcmiser Wcomputh ws sank,-the, cruiser Good -Hoope put fCut. cf action, and 'the! cruiser ..Glasgow ..-with the transport ( Oranto sent scurrying for shelter r in the . neutral port ; of Talchaunant, . Twhere they are fccttied np by the'Leiii ,xig. and Bremen.' ;v r .. ".: ; . -The 'Gnei&enau , and .rlurnberg tr ,riyod safelr 'at Valparaiso, althonrh - the worse for the encounter with the Critjshers. r . . , ; - One report has it that the Glasgow. badly damaged, errived fn Coronel j hay, whilo. the Otranto escaped to Puerto J.Icatt. It has heen impossible to determine the ejact movements of these. two .vessels following the naval . , actianv .-i.; ;' i' British Guns InfeHorT',-'. I '".' ; . Despite the fact-thatthe : British only three .:fiehtfng ships as against 5 ve-ff the Gentians,' the deci five defeat of. Rear Admiral Cradock's ,s . ; squadron nppears.to;havo produced ai f profound lmpmslon. ,,.7- ; -v: The battle took .pl&ce in "i a heavy; sea. . vTbeOermans oDened'flre at 1Q . - kilometers and tor time all the Brit ish shots fell short Later, vhen thev -Xtt jvithin raage, their, ctbs score! a few, 0ut ocly a few f hits, . and the : casualties anytng Uut German crews . ere said. to . consist of a half dozen wounded. "t :': ....... : . V " The .German fire 'is., described a having been excellent, although at the - . Jong range it required 400 hits' to put the Britishers out of the fight ; The - Scharnhorst . and. i Gneisenau ;-.-ime'from-Austntlia,eaJlin'fr on Octo ". ler 14 at Easter Island, where' thev took on large quantities of provisions V 4 British mail steamers, in Chilean wat , . -era . are .sailing -under the- protection - " of Chilean torpedo boat destroyers. .': For the -American .boy lif . in tnet V fene blamod choo.l, dax--ai:er mother. ; i V . -I . -. t ' i : ' '-'$ Goose Breasts, Wings and Joints Patfe jde-ie 3Tak Trs1 v 4 RbastrChicken -inJelly Stuffed tosTirooiiis f fefflieS 3Sa1draes ! AtidBafce :-HeSrcs Choice Green Olives (stuffed or plain) Assorted V in tins tiiddihg Sauce dt spinach ruree w -v Guinea is- in kt PeSteiP&isJ Gavisfr 1 ' fW 'I Sweet -Pickled Frii its . 'rv Cranberry Sauce Btandied Fruits Plum lviince rRipe"OHves Fruit Cake ruading i7- Asparagus r.4 1 5 W aleiVCK 5 tLmJJJ i inariKs ana nat I -1 . riearcy i-i-'-J- .- . ' .... . 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