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The Garden Island. [volume] (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 25, 1914, Image 3

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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1914
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 1
Monday, August 24.
Sugar: Raws, 6.00; beets, no sales.
JAPAN DECLARES WAR.
Honolulu The Japanese consul reports that the Japanese Consu
late (at Honolulu) "has this day received from our foreign office,
through the Japanese Embassy at Washington, a cablegram saying that
no answer having been given to the ultimatum of Japan to Germany,
Japan had found herself in a state of war with Gtrmany at noon Au
gust 23.
."And further, that she declared war against Germany at 6 o'clock
that same evening."
MUST FIGHT FOR TSINGTAU.
Tsingtau The German governor has issued a proclamation that if
the enemy wants Tsingtau he must take it. Germans have been mak
ing every preparation to fight.
WASHINGTON NEWS.
Washington The United States has been officially asked to assume
charge of Japanese interests in Germany. President Wilson will mak
formal declaration of neutrality.
It is not believed that the railways between Tien Tsin and Nane
king will be interfered with in the nrcsent war as they belong to China.
A TOKIO RUMOR
Tokio It is rumored here that Germany is making effort to turn
over German railroad interests in Shantung to the United States, but
it is not believed possible that the transfer will be accepted bv the
American government.
LEIPZIG AGAIN APPEARS
San Francisco A steamer was nearly run down by the German
cruiser Leipzig eight miles off shore at Point Arenas The second mate
says bis signals were disiegarded and that the vessels, came so cIom; to
gether that a line could have been passed to either.
GERMAN SHIPPING MAY LEAVE.
Tokio German shipping in Japanese ports will not be seized at
once, but will be given fourteen davs in which to get out of reach.
The Austrian cruiser Kaiserin Elizabeth is reported to have left
the Chinese German port with the intention of going to a nuetral port
and disarming,
SAN FRANCISCO REPORT
San Francisco Consul Neuman has received a private despatch
today saying Japan has fifty million dollars immediately available for
war funds,
The S, S, Mazatlan left port under bonds to deliver her cargo of
coal where consigm-d. This was on orders to that effect from Wash
ington. The schooner Pasadena was burned at her dock yesterday after
noon. Her cargo of lumber wag saved.
The transport Buffalo and the S. S Honolulan are making ready
to sail through the Panama canal, the latter to take 25 passengers.
THE AUSTRIAN SIDE.
Rome An unconfirmed report states that the Austrian naval ves
sels were lost in battle in the Adriatic. Also that Greece has sent
troops to the aid of Servia.
ZEPPELIN DESTROYED.
Paris Another Zeppelin has been destroyed by French shells
twenty miles from Luneville.
ORDERED TO DISARM.
London An official press bureau despatch says that Austria has!
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to disarm.
Sunday, August 23.
London The battle cf the giants has begun, after three weeks
preparation.
The Germans with a huge army is attempting to work around the
flank of the Allies in Belgium bv a tremendous sweeping movement
from Liege, past Brussels, south along the territory between Brussels
and Ghent.
The advance of the flanking army has turned south through Wet
tern, apparently advancing on Oudenards.
The French are attempting to turn the German flank by crump
ling up the German lints along the Rhine from Mulhauscn.
Fighting yesterdav was severe between the Germans and French
and British allies from Namur to Charlerois, A severe conflict taged
on the historic battlefield of Waterloo. British and German cavalry
coming together in several fierce encounters.
REPORT FROM PARIS.
Paris The Minister of War stated yesterday that France would
not consider she had done her duty if one German was allowed to re
main on Belgian soil.
It is officially reported.that the Germans have shot n number of
non-combatants, including the burgomaster of Oerschot.
REPORTED GERMAN SETBACK.
Washington It is officially reported that the Germans received a
severe set back at the hands of the Russian invaders in east Prussia.
The Russians also defeated the Austrian on the Galician border.
JAPAN'S ULTIMATUN
Washington Japan's ultimatum to Germany expired at 10 o'clock
last night.
Steps will immediately -be taken to enforce the terms.
PATENT RIGHTS CANCELLED
London The British government has cancelled all German and
Austrian patent rights.
THE MATZATLAN CASE
The British government has intimated that she would regard the!
sailing of the steamer Mazatlan with a c.irgo of coal as violation of
neutrality as it is known that the coal is intended for the cruiser Leip
zig. (Yesterday's despatch, mentioning '"Mazatlan". was interpreted
here to mean Mazatlan, Mexico, but it now appears that it is the name
of a steamer. She has evidently been taking coal at some American
port. Ed. Gard, Isl.)
HONOLULU NEWS
Honolulu In the Advertiser today (Sunday) L. A. Thurston
publishes a long statement telling the people why Kuhio is opposed
by the leading Republicans.
The population of the group is now 227.391.
lohn A Baker has entered the mayorality contest on the Demo
cratic ticket against Joe Fern.
(LATE SATURDAY)
GERMANS WIN A VICTORY.
Washington The Germans have won a magnificent victory be
tween Metz and the Vosges mountains,
DEFEATED OR RETREATED?
London The Belgians have retreated to Antwerp.
An army of the allies estimated to be fifteen French and three
English army corps if not decisively defeated they are in retreat.
The Germans have seized two millions in cash and ask ten mil
lions more.
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General Leman, commander of the forces at Liege, has bven cap
tured by the Germans and taken to Cologne.
RUSSIANS ARE ADVANCING
London The Russian advance against Germany and Austria is
pressing forward without interruption.
JAPANESE ON THE MOVE
Shanghae The tenth division of the Japanese army, numbering
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