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TURKEY INVADES EGYPT
Turkish troops have already crossed the Egyptian frontier.
Turkish fleet continues to menace Russian towns and shipping in
the Black Sea.
The Allies are prepared for war with Turkey.
The greatest problem with England and Russia is the probable at
titude of the Moslem subjects of those two countries, who will undoubt
edly prefer not fight their Turkish co religionists.
Grave situation also exists in the Balkan .States. Bulgaria objects
to fighting on the side of Greece and Servia, who defeated her in the
recent war, Should Bulgaria join Germany it is certain Rouinania will
declare for the Allies.
Greece is expected to take further revenge on Turkey .
By the entrance of Turkey into the war, Italy is drawn nearer in
to the conflict.
RUSSIAN CONSUL HELD
Constantinople The Russian consul here is not permitted to leave
the country until Russia guarantees the safe conduct of Turkish con
suls from Russia to Turkish territory.
The affairs of Great Britain in Turkey have been turned over to
the American representatives.
Honolulu Japanese are content (Balance of despatch probably
censored, but the Geiei controversy is undoubtedly refined to -I'd.
A mysterious conference was held at midnight between Collector
Franklin and his deputy and the Japanese consul. Cables passed be
tween them and Washington, but no infnnnntio w'.thl be given out.
Honolulu will get the cruiser San Diego, is ihe report from the
James McQueen arrested for assaulting inspector of customs at
gang plank of Mongolia. W ill have hearing today.
Sunday, November I .
BRITISH CRUISER SUNK.
London The British cruiser Hermes was sunk by a German tor
pedo boat in the strait of Dover yesterday. The crew was saved.
GERMANY ANNEXES EGYPT.
Berlin It was officially announced last night that the German
government had formally annexed Egvnt.
REPORT FROM LONDON
London Tin Turkisa Porte summarily closed relations with the
British Embassy Friday night.
Great Britain must take the initiative for the protection of inter
ests in the territory threatened with sttack.
A small portion of the Turkish navy operated in the Black Sea
fighting cn Thursday. During the fighting a Russian mine planter was
sunk, a toroedo boat was damaged and a collier was sunk. A Turkish
cruiser bombarded Sebastopol.
London The gunboat Kuabanete drove two Turkish gunboats
from Odesso after the Turks had opened fire on the forts, damaging a
number of steamers and warehouses around the harbor and sinking
the steanrr Yaita and Kasbeck.
The Russian gunboat suffered some damage.
AUSTRALIA HAS A RUMOR.
Svdnev It is reported here th.it two German cruisers have been
captured, but the government cannot confirm the rumor.
THE BELGIAN SUFFERERS
London King Albert appeals to America for help for the thous
ands of poverty stricken Belgians. Queen Mary expresses thanks for
what America is doing for the sufferers.
Belgian official casualty list posted last night shows the German
loss for the week to be 62,000, and the total casualties for the Germans
to date to be 420,000 men.
FIGHTING ALONG THE YSER
London The great battle for possession of the Yser river contin
ues fiercely, with Belgian, French and British troops gaining substan
tial advantages in face of furious attacks on their lines. The flooded
fields are hampering the Germans gitally, they being unaule to bring
any of their main field artillery into action.
Germans are bringing reinforcements, but are not taking them to
the battle line, using them for strengthening their lines.
The Germans are preparing between Ostend and Knocks, this line
being fortified and guns moved in position between Blankebehrgen
The Belgian war minister said last night that the Germans forced
the fighting against the Belgian lines, advancing in three columns.
Two columns were driven back, but the third forced the Belgian line
and Belgians gained some ground in a counter attack.
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CAUSES OF EUROPEAN WAR
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(Continued from last issue.)
This article, on the causes of versities of Berlin. Bonn and Leip-
the war in Europe, was written by ,c. -o as lecturer t.eior xue oar
association at ienna. Naturally 1
formed a really vast circle of ac
quaintances among the leading men
of both empires, and the constant
topie of conversation everywhere,
at all times and among all classea,
was the growing peril to Germany
and Austro-Hungarv of the reviv
ed pan Slavic policy and program
of Russia, the reinflamed "revan
che" of Fi ance and Great Britain'!
intense commercial jealousy.
A DINNER WITH THE KAI
SER. In the month of August, 1907,
I was again at Wilhelmshohe. The
imperial family were at the castle
and somewhere about the 10th of
the month it became known that
King Edward would make the em
peror a visit or rather a call, for it
was nothing more cordial than
Prof. John W. Burgess, of Cor
nell, and is published by request.
The first part of it appeared in
last issue of The Garden Island,
and the following is the second
It is hardlv necessary for me to
call (-.Mention to the extreme peril
involved in this so-called peaceful
diplomacy to the German and
Austro-Hungarian empires. I my
self became first fully aware of it
on June 26, 1905.
On that day I had an extended
interview with a distinguished
British statesman jn the House of
Commons in London. I was on my
wav to Wi'helu shohe to meet his
tnajestv the G rman emperor, to
arrange with his majesty the cartel
of exchange of educators between
universities in the two countries. I
When I revealed this fact to my 'hat on the 14th
host the conversation immediately On the afternoon of the 13th,
took a turn which made me dis-jl" day before the arrival of the
tinttly.'eel that a grave crisis w as ' king, I received a summons to go
impending in the relations of the castle and remain for dinner
Great Britain to Germany. with the emperor. When I preseut-
I was so firmly impressed by it :ed myself, I found the emperor
that I felt compelled to call my i surrounded by his highest officials.
host's attention to the fact that the P"ce Buelow. the chancellor of
great number of American citizens
of German exti action, the friend
liness of the German states to the
cause of the union during our civil
war, and the virtual control of
American universities by men ed
ucated a t German universities,
would all make for close and con
tinuing friendship between Ger
many and the United States. When
arrived in Germany I asked in
high quarters for the explanation
of my London experience and was
told that it was the moment of
greatest tension in the Morocco
affair, when all feared that, at
British instigation. France would
grasp the sword.
The larger part of the next two
years I spent in Germany as ex
change professor in the three uni-
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the empire; Prince Hohenlohe, the
imperial governor of Alsace-Lorraine;
Prince Radolin, the German
embassador to France; Excellency
von Lucanus, the chief of the em
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Baron von dem Gnesebeck, and
the oberstallmei-ster, Earon von
The dinner was on the open ter
race ot the castle looking toward
the Hercules heights. At its close
the empress and the ladies with
drew into the castle and the em
peror with the gentlemen remained
outside. His majesty rose from hi
Continued on page 6.
People at various points on the
Election returns will be received
south Kauai coast report having ! bv The Garden Island this Tues-
. re t - ! ... .
seen a very large steamer on no- (tav evemne. beginning about 8
loa Sunday, the peculiarities of io'cl0ck. and the despatches will be
the occurrence being that she was j availaVle to those sufficiently in
unusually close in and that the I terested to visit the office. It will
smoke emitted by her was extra
ordinarily black. It is suspected
in some quarters that the vessel is
flying the flag of one of the warr
ing powers and is scouting around
away from the usual routes o f
be impossible to use the telephone
for sending out results.
County Territorial and national
returns will be received, and will
be sent out on the wireless sheet
Estate of David Kealalutla, de
The undersigned, having on the
31st day of Oc'obcr. 1914. been
dulv appointed administrator o f
J the Estate of David Kealahua, de-
ce tsed, notice is hereby, given to
all persons having claims against
the estate of said decedent to prcs
ert the same at the office of S. E.
Ilauncstad, Lihue, Kauai, within
six (6) months from the date of
the first publication of this notice,
or they will be forever barred.
Dated, Koloa, Kauai, Novctn
ler, 2nd. 1914.
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One of the huge Krupp siege mortars used with such telling efff
bv the Germans in destroying the enemies' foi tifications and in tl -bombardment
of cities on the line of the Kaiser's forces. These mot-
ter gunc are considered Germany 's most powerful asset, and the Krupp
1 Mrs K. Roendahl, of Eleele,
was a passenger in the last Matno-
nil for the Coast for a short health I Wurks at Esse n are being pushed night and day to their utmost c pa
trip. (city with its 46,000 men constantly employed.