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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 195
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Monday January 1 8.
FIGHTING IN BELGIUM.
Paris- During Sund.iy an important position on the Belgian coast
held by the Germans was destroyed bv artillery fir. of the Allies, and
the Germans were forced to c aeualc the same. Their trenches w'cre des
Get nun attacks near Yaillev have been repulsed.
At Ulan the Germans occupied a foundry, which the French re
took in counter attacks.
HEAVY LOSS OF ALLIES
Berlin-- Dur'.nu tiie lighting ut the last four weeks, the Allies have
lest JM t'O killed and almost as linuiv captured.
RUSSIANS CAPTURE TURKS.
P.trogr..d The eleventh corps of the Turkish army has been
practically etei initiated by the Russians, according to teports sent
out from the bat'lelield M.tnv prisoners fell into the hands of the
AUSTMAN3 LOSE HEAVILY.
Tiie Au'rl.,n-i are haul to be losing heavilv in Poland, where thev
htv- ii.vn vig 'V i'.v .iiti-ked i the Russians.
Tiu-Ge: ma- along their fi mi -ire fighting desperatelv. After
e jilt 'ih'iu'i attack-, th .t- -.v-:. ! in taking the outpost trenches at
' Miuii, i :n .
FIVE BATTLESHIPS COMING
Hi.iio'.u'.t.- It i- ; nfoui'ivd that five battleships will collie to the
island-- at the .me of the vi.-it ot Secretary Daniels, of the iNnvv. .
The S'lprenie Court .ias sustained Judge VAhitne in the case of
jnob.ite in the 1). H. Davis estate matter, involving tnonev which
tnitsl b" paid to the minor child.
VILLA REPORTED OVERTHROWN
Washington News has been received here-relative to the over
throw of Villa.
Ta Mexico City the Carrtnza forces show great strength, and
GuuteneiJ flees. Another provisional president has been elected in
the absence of Villa.
THE PRESIDENT A GRANDPA
The daughter of President Wilson, Mrs. Sayre, gave birth to a
THiiZE NOTABLES DEAD
London -Gen--r.il Stov-x.. . .i the Russian army,, who commanded
Port Arthur during the iamous siege b Japanese, died yeslerdav of
S.iit Prancisco L. Y. H. HarViKs-, extensive land owner and an
aociate of John D. Rockefeller, died eslerdav.
Red Oak, Iowa Judge McPherson, the famous Iowa jttiisl, died
RELIEF SHIP DAMAGtD
Halifax -The big relief ship Yainina. with supplies for the Bel
gian sufferers, has lost her rudder in mid ocean and is in distress.
Boats have gone to her assistance,
QUEEN OF SPAIN IMPROVES.
Madrid Queen Yictoria. of Spain, is lecovefing ftom a severe
LATEST FROM STRICKEN ITALY.
RomeEleven earllniuake shocks were experienced during Sun
dav, greatly increasing the tears and apprehensions ut the people. I
Avezzano had another set ies of shocks this ( Monday ) morning.
At that place the work of rescue goes on without interruption. It is
now estimated that 12,000 dead are mined beneath the debris in tiie-i
Only 500 bodies had been recovered ut to midnight last night. !
Trahiloads of supplies for the survivors have arrived on the1
Sunday, January 17.'
RUSSIANS SINK TURKS,
Petrograd The Russian Black Sea lleet h.-.s sunk eight transoorts
loaded with troops destined for Anapolia.
The two great forward movements of the Russian army, with the
center holdiug firm, threau-us the entue German and Austrian force
operating against Poland.
ALLIES AGAIN GET BUSY
London- The Allies have renewed the offensive on each of their
widely sepatated wings in .Va-ace and Flanders.
A great battle is being fought between the Swiss border and Alt
kin h. The fighting is so close to Basle I Switzerland ) that the steady
roar of cannon is pl.nnlv heard and the glare can 'e. seen at nig lit.
It is reported from P..ii.s that orders have been issued deriving
the right ot any foieigner, including Germans, to remain jij those
se ;ioim of Alsace tinder French control after January 20.
Th-. '.. inrii.s haw been couidled to evacuate the Flemish cotst,
!eviii:e no tioivs in !,: i f Nkr.pin t and bt, Georges and far
ii th a. Mari.il.eike, u!m.;:i futi. nr.',, , , f i Mvnd.
The offensive mo- ..u ut of t '.urn .i.- before SoiSsons appears
to have shopped.
SEVERE EARTHQUAKES CONTINUE
Rome- Niiietx -t :-;,t ..I' ,ii, ( t . ,rth -lr.l.cs hao. iie' n experienced
ill the past twentv-fou; i-mii in ,,i d,,. rur;,; districts a verv
small proportion of the 1, ',i. ants . vt. d. ath or injure Floods,
fa. nine and intense cold .; i .;.( ic.nvd
iTA!.!A!J Cl!u'fVf ASHORE
Yetiiee- An Ituiwut gunboat is U.r damaged in the Adriattc by
lien.: washed ashore bv a tit1...; v. i- .-
Wincouwt Nine nu ii !.!.,..! ta- Gleni ,v v.ue di-'haiged lnic
and : ended to Mon'.le.'i ' ' i ; .'-(.
" AGAIN KOTith' LV HE'ICO.
Washington From Yera Ctuz comes a report that Carranssa has
notified President Gttittcrre. that anv crnnmiss'ioners sent bv him to
treat with Carran'za will be promptly executed.
The situation in Mexico has revived itself into a struggle for
The Carrnnza forces have retaken Guadalajara and have captured
San Luis Potost.j
LAUNCHING IS DEFERRED
San Francisco--The lam clung of the great tanker Matitnaco has
been deferred until the arrival of President Wilson and Secretary
JULIUS ASCII IS DEAD
llonoluHi Julius Asch, county jailor, died last night..
WATER FOR OAHIJ SUGAR
Waiahole water will be turned upon the cane of Oahti Sugar Com
pany within six tucks, coming through the great, new tunnel system
now Hearing completion.
KUIilfl DON'T WANT HELP
Delegate Ktthio has cabled from Washington that it i no' neces
sary for the business men of 1 lonolulu to send George IS. McClell.ui
from Seattle to Washington to a-Mst in the effort to secure appropri
ation for Honolulu harbor.
Petrograd A new Russian nnin of a nrilP'on men isbeirg hutled
bv Russians against Germans advancing towaids Poland This move
ment operating in conjunction wit h ai niv which is operating in Hast
Prussia, threatens !o envelope Gum. ins at Mlawa and Warsaw.
London German bulletin k ports minor successes. Germans oc
cupied several trendies near Lvs. French artillery is on definite ad
vance at Carencv, compelling Ges trans to evacuate their trenches.
BrusselsThe Belgians are giving Germans the silent treatment,
tjveu children avert their faces and cross the street from Teutons.
London The fury of the second battle of the Aisue is spent .
Germans, after making violent efforts at Soisf-ons, are making no
effott to press their advantage.
Washington--The President orders Attornev-Geiicral to investi
gate the law in regard to phenomenal liscs in pi ices of wheat and flour.
nan Diego Schuman Tleink is recovering from attack of bronchi
tis. Rome It is estimated that 20,000 are dead, and 40,000 wounded,
Washington The Commissioner Geneial of immigration savs. in
his report, that thorough Americanization of Hawaii demands prompt
Camminetti states th-it Americanization of Hawaii will never be
accomplished under present methods. Conditi ins should be made to
invite the proper kind of Americans to come to Hawaii as laborers,
Washington One division of the Atlantic fleet visits Hawaii with
Secretary Daniels, who will inspect Pearl Harbor. He is interested in
the island naval dock.
The O'Cecmr Mop Makes
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B Tlii;) vnii(l"ifnl invention hit" done
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Saturday, January 16.
NO FRESH WAR NEWS
Ilonolult:- Xo additional news from the war zone came through
last night, the presumption being that nothing of importance has oc
eutvd since the afuruoon report.
EARTHQUAKES BIG TOLL.
Rome F.ttiimite-! tolls from th.- earthquake vary so much that no
definite number can be furnished. It was the worst temblor ever ex
perienced in Italy. Whole towpshavi been wined out .walls being crush
ed as though in a machine. Many who escaped death are dving under
One hundred towns are wiped out.
Maiconi ts active with .succoring parlies, as are Ambassador Page
and King Kuianuel
Pope Benedict is interesting himself verv much in nun wounded
in the war. He proposes an exchai.ge of prisoners on a large scale.
Many of those wounded and held as prisoners will m-ver oe able to go
back again: and tuose who recover will be asked to agree that they
will never engage in war again.
AVIATOR MAKES TIME RECORD
rtau Uiego Lieutenant Jones, u. s ,niiy aviator, reiua necl in
the air nearly cightv-thiic hours, establishing a new time record.
As a result of roinii'g in contact with lecent severe storm, the
brig Lttrline. foinierlv in the Hawaiian Islands trade, is drifting about
the Pacific a dereb'H bebi;- dismast d. Her crew were taken off bv
the steamer Panama-an.
' NISLACK'S SENTENCE REDUCED.
Washington S'-crel.ay Daniels has modified the sentence of Cap
tain Niblnck ( for ears stationed at Honolulu) so tint he will be re
duced only live numbers in place of twenty nuiubeis, as prescribed by
th - court. Lieutenant Commander Arnold is reduced ten in place of
The new immigration bill is in the hands of the President as it
passed the House originally. There will be enough votes to pass it
over the President's veto, in case the chief executive takes the step.
DUFFY OUTPOINTS DUNDEE.
Milwaukee Kddie Dufr' out pointed Johnny Dundee in a ten round
contest here last night. Duh'v b-d in all rounds of the contest.
CAPITAL CITY HAPPENINGS
Honolulu The Bar Association will debate the question of ap
peals from Hawaiian courts. Heinenway believes lawyers will agree
on important subject.
The man dead on the Mongolia, for whom flags were halt-masted
as the liner approached Oahti was Ware, formerly postmaster at
The Siamese Prince and Princess, arriving in the Mongolia, were
tendered a dinner in- Governor Piuklnm lav night at the residence
of Dr. C. B. Cooper.
Teheran The Turkish Porte notified the Shah of Persia, Turks
willing to evacuat.- Persia if Russia is willing.
Petrograd Ti e Ru-si.iu General staff is confident Hint German
offensive drive int i Poland has exhausted itself. Russ-'ans are gain
ing along the Vistula. Yon Hiudenberg entrenched there and Ger
mans hard to dislodge.
Paris Germans took village of St. Paul, but French charged and
reoccupied it. KUewherc. the .situation is t ie same. The usual artil
lery exchanges have bd n t .king ;iiace A late dispatch tells of tin
portant euMe-nchi-d pns'tioi s occi jr'cd by Germans: nftu vigorous
sdielling Brit'sh ady m -i (' a mile.
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m Mi leriuai's tue iibotit to transfer offensive
" ' v-si of Warsaw. attempting, to clear Northern
Hungary ot Cz.it .-. forces
Koine- Reports of disaster diFer verv widely. It is believed that
death list will reach 100,000. The king is superintending rescues. Pope
Benedict traversed the Apostolic Palace inside St. Paul's, visited Santa
Maria hospital wi'.hotit touching Italian soil.
Washington- Secretary of Slate has been notified that Great Bri
tain is willing to n .ease det ii-ied American vessels on bond, provided
judge f prize court assents. British ambassador has lodged a protest
regarding embargo on oil shipments bv Carranza from Tampico.
Honolulu- -The Mongolia is marine port with all flags half mast
i d Rea-on i unknown.
t'.etternl WtVer is now formally installed Brigade chief.
P arl llarlmr work is nearing completion. Drydock disaster did
rot stop the work.
Territory is short of funds to pay teachers. Arrangements have
been made with Honolulu banks.
George McClellan will go to Washington to fight for Harbor ap
piopriation. A fight mav be made in supervisorial circles, against the appoint
ment of Avlett as garbage superintendent.
Friday, Januaiy 1 5.
Sugai , 4.05.
DEATH LIST NOW 50,000.
Rome The deat'.i list continues to lil'ow.-the total now hivmr
timated at 50,000.
The Swiss Alps were also shaken in the eartluiuaki which affect
ed practically all of Italy,
twenty towns Have Deen totally demolished, and liainhads of
wounded are being rushed into the cities for surgical and hospiu)f(
Pope Benedict has crossed the basilica from the Yaluan to the
Santa Maria hospital to assist i i ministering to the wounded.
GERMAN ADVANCE ADnlllTED
London The French admit Get main gains and stibstaintial ad
vance. AS PETROGRAD SEES IT
Petrograd Fightihg along the battle front from Gnlicia to east
Prussia has been resinned, with the Russians on the offensive on both
wings. The advance is now op Cracow. The Russians have crossed the
Nida ana are pushing back the Austrians.
Vienna reports that a number of Prussian villages have been cap
tured but that the campaign on the Nida has failed.
TW1NG AT TIIE BOTTOM.
TokioIt develops that Rev, E. W. Thwing, formerly of Hono
lulu, is taking an active interest in affairs here and is blamed for some
of the trouble winch has been . stored ti) between Japan and China
OTHER EARTHQUAKE NEWS
Rome Ambassador Page has sent p.. i t of his staff into the carth
otiake zone to render what assistance possible- to the injured
Geneva Shock of earthquake felt here along entire length of
Mont Blanc range. '
SACRAMENTO CASE AGAIN.
San Francisco- The case- of the steamer Sacramento wUl be a
cause oi uuimi y is iu xviic-ne i ; inei leans are 1'esiuinsihie for joa
lions ot ueiuraiuv laws, j ue steamer is now interned at a Chil
pun. ii seems m ui- nit- uounoii iiiio sue 'ic'liveletl supplies to one
tut- warring ueeis a; sea.
News has been received that Genera! Iturbide has slipped avrar
ftoin Villa and crossed the border. He nad been governor of a 'Fed
RETURN TO CODE.
New York It is announced that wireless messages over the Mar
coni system to the Hawaiian Islands may now be in code, the restric
tions having been removed.