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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1015
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Americans And Others Killed
Basle A number of Americans and other foreigners have been
killed by Turks.
Lull In Gallipoli
London There arc no big actions taking place in Gallipoli. Con
stantinople claims a victorv for Mussulmen.
Consul To Answer Charges
New York Consul Goflney lately at Munich and recently recalled
is en route to Washington to answer definite charges.
Japan Against China's Entry
Tokio Japanese public opinion, as expressed among publicists,
is against Celestial entry into the alliance of Eutentc Powers, and
will oppose China as an ally.
Nothing Cuuld Check
Berlin An official statement issued yesterday, says that neither
impenetrable roads, impassable mountains nor the absence of reinforce
ments and shelter, could check Germans in their advance into Serbia.
Foothold Won And Lost
Paris Following the explosion of a mine before the French posi
tions in the labvrinth on the Aitois front, Germans made desperate
effort in a general attack, to regain the labyrinth in hand to hand
fighting. Germans secured foothold but French counter drove them
back and recaptured trenches. Last night Germans still occupied the
crater formed by their mine but had lost all points on French lines.
Peace Ship Mission
New York The success of the Peace Ship Mission undertaken
bv Ford is now assured as far as number is concerned; although no
representatives of Federal government will go, nor will any State be
represented by high official.
Elevator Stocks Commandered
Winnipeg The bulk of Canadian wheat crop which has just
commenced to move east, has been taken over by the Canadian gov
ernment for use of the Allies. Order also issued yesterday command
ing all stocks now in elevators.
Honolulu First review of 1st regiment, N. G. H.,a success from
every point of view.
Korean bandit uses double to protect himself from arrest.
Sunday, November 28
Serbs Evacuate Position
Salonika The main Serbian army holdiiiR Prishtina Mitrovich
line in central Serbi i against Austro-Getmans and Bulgarians , which
have been making repeated attacks from north and south has evacuat
ed the positions and now streaming west into Albania in two divisons
headed for Scutari and Durrazzo, Austro-Germans have taken posses
sion of the Uskub Mitroviza line.
Sinking Ancona Barbarous
Washington Official reports of the sinking
been received and show barbarity of the attack.
Goritzia Holds Out
Vienna The Austrian fortress of Goritzia is still
though an announcemen intimates that the fall may come
Yon Bernstorff Will Protest
Wasnington Harsh treatment accorded by American Federal
authorities to Capt. Boyed during the course of his trial and that of
of Buenz will be made basis of protest by Count Von Bernstorff,
Attitude Of Greece
London The nttitude of Greece still worries the Allies. Her fail
ure to reply promptly coupled with Bulgarian activity at Monsistir
forces the powers to renpw pressure at Athens. Military situation re
garded favorable. Serbian sacrifice not in vain. Allies will put big
force into the held and Russia actually ready to sweep into Bulgaria
Japan To Be Consulted
Tokio British ambassador made the announcement yesterday,
that his government would take no action regarding China without
first consulting Japan.
Spy Convicted Switzerland
Geneva Peter Wright, an Englishman, arrested and convicted
for espionage, Sentenced fine 1500 marks and 3 months imprison
ment. At expiration of time to be expelled from Switzerland for i
years. Swiss have so far made 65 convictions for espionage.
Three Men Entombed
Pottsville Three men working Lehigh Valley Coal Co. entombed
1:1 colliery. No hope of rescue.
Family Six Murdered
.New Brunswick A tamily of six including two farm hands have
been murdered near here today. Believed one of party is a suicide
President Empower Board
Washington President Wilson would empower a board to fix al
charges on ships using American ports, foreign as well pj domestic
vrsseis, incoming and outgoing rates. This is reported to be his sug
gcstion in connection with tship Purchase Bill which he wishes to be
Norwegian Ship Sunk
London The Norwegian steamer Klar sunk by a mine in th
bewail, Alaska berious shortage of water here. Ships frozen
tor the winter, noies being chopped in the ice for ship's supplies
Honolulu Jack London and wife will return here next month.
McBryde Sugar Co. will retire fifty thousand dollars of bond is
sue. Saturday Afternoon
Army Wins Football v
New York Armv beats Navv in the football game with a score
of 14 to 0. Betting from 10 to 7 on the armv when the game opened.
Oliphant, former star of Purdie University, was star in the game to
day. Invasion May Include , Greece
London There is a possibility that Teuton and Bulgarian inva
sion may be carried into the heart of Greece.
Serbians are likely to become an army without a country. Ser
bians now retreating in a south-westerly direction.'
Rome Pope Benedict is endeavoring to arrange a truce over
Christmas day. A year ago he tried the same thing but failed
Additional Landings Secured
Milan Kitchener has secured permission from Greece to land
troops at other ports besides Salonika.
Huge French Loan
Paris Estimated that, the new French war loan floated in France
has already reached four billion dollars.
Berlin Overseas Agency estimates that Serbian losses amount to
one hundred and one thousand.
National Republican Convention - '
Chicago In anticipation that National convention for 1916 will
be held here, representatives from nineStates have made hotel reser
vations. Committee meets at Washington on December fourteenth to
decide a place for the convention,
Chas. A. Rice and Lorrin Andrews will both be at Washington
December fourteenth and will urge that Honolulu have convention.
New York There is a tremendous congestion of freight on the
Rear Guards Thrown Back
BerlinSouth west of Sicca and Mitrovica, the enemy's rear
guards were thrown back. In the eastern arena, Russian attempt to
cross Misse, near Pulpe. failed.
Honolulu After weeks of investigation, grand iury makes report
on alleged jail scandal. Jury finds carelessness and laxity in jail.
Sheriff reproved for laxity. Report lacks sensation.
of the Ancona have
Exhibits come from
" RIGHT UNDERWOOD UNDCP.WOOb, t .
"WAR BABY" BORN TO PRINCESS OF GERMANY
WHILE CROWN PRINCE WAS AT FRONT.
The first photograph showing the Crown Princess of Germany
and her infant, born April 8th, 1915. The youngster is the only
daughter of the German heir and his wife, and is known as the Ger
man war baby", although she has been christened 'Alexandrine".
It is believed she was born and christened while her father, the Crown
Prince Frederick, was at the front. With Princess Cecilie is her moth
er-in-law, the Empress of Germany.
Saturday, November 27
Washington Ways and means are being considered in defense
plans to lay before Congress. Prepardness will be the one great thing
for Congress to consider. Government will need funds for the pro
gram and cost may be met by an increase in internal taxation.
Skirmish Mutual Mistake
Nogales The skirmish on the border seems to have been a mu
tual mistake on the part of Carranza forces, who fired on each other
mistaking the Carranzaistas and the soldiers for Villa men.
Great Northern Hawaii-Bound
San Francisco The steamer Great Northern sailed yesterday af
ternoon with 400 passengers for the island.
Kitchener Interviews Ministers
Rome Lord Kitchener had an interview with Premier Salandra
yesterday and a lengthy conference with minister of war Sonino.
Will Return To Orient
San Francisco Cherry blossom girls will be sent to the Orient by
authorities December eighteenth'.
Bagdad Yet To Be Reached
London British forces in Mesopotamia report making a steady
progress toward Bagdad and are now within ten miles of the city,
Sinking Frauenlob Confirmed
The sinking of the Frauenlob has now been confirmed.
SirEdward Carson praises Americans and extols Brand Whitlock
for attempt to save Miss Cavell.
Austrian Defense Wearing
Paris The Austrian defense in southern border is fast being worn
jdown and Italians are constantly on the offensive in Isonzo district.
Wilson wyes lourteous Hearing
Washington President Wilson gave a prominent delegation of
women a hearing, when thev asked for an interview to urge him to
move for peace.
Petrograd Prisoners taken along the Riga front confirm the news
that Germans have completedly evacuated Mitau and are preparing t
Monastir Holding" Out
British and Serbian forces defending Monastir have administered
decisive check to Bulgarian forces of Von Gallowitz. Bulgarian efforts
to capture Monatir have been abandoned. Bulgarians and Au4trians
advancing against important position i n the Levant meet with
severe reversal in sight of their goal, but may launch offensive through
the Vardar valley.
Editor Under Arrest
Agusta Tom Watson, editor of Watson's Magazine, is under ar-
rest for sending obscene matter through the mail,
San Francisco Crowley has been arrested for conspiracy in that
he was of a gang to desttoy munition plants and has been under close
guard for two days in effort to get confession from him, His attorney
admits that he has been working in connection with the consulate for
Shingle children made rough house in San Francisco apart
ment and family ordered to vacate rooms to which Shingle demurs
and gets out injunction to prevent ejectment.
Honolulu Supreme court decision may upset land titles. Rules
deed made in 1858, Oregon block and other property on Hotel street
M. C. Captain
Berkeley Montgomerv was elected captain of the football team.
Great Gains Union Pacific
, New York -The Union Pacific shows the greatest gains in net
earnings in many years.
Army Team Favorites
New York Betting on the army and navy football game to mor
row is 4 to 5, army leading.
Investigator Charged Conspiracy
San Francisco C. C. Crawley formerly investigator in distrt
attorney's office was taken into custody today, charged with being in
volved in plots to blow up munitions factories. He is believed to be
connected with Robert Faye.
American Soldiers Killed
Nogales Two American soldiers killed and five woundedfy
Mexican snipers. Sonora looted by Villa's men, who have creaWFd
reign of terror. Number of wounded Villaistas brought over the line
to American soil.
President Nit Participant
Washington President Wilson will not participate in the Ford
Peace Campaign. He has heard nothing from Europe to cause him
to believe that time is opportune for peace visit.
Phoenix Governor Hunt declines Ford's invitation, being too
Trenton Governor of this State declines Ford's invitation to go
New French Loan
Paris The new French loan is being subscribed to beyond all
expectations. It is the first public war loan of France.
Press Favors Alliance
Peking Newspapers are favorable to the request from 'Allies that
China join them. Should'Japan second the movement China could
London Allies sunk German cruiser Frauenlof off Swedish coast.
Friday, November 26
London Developments in the Balkans yesferday were highly en
couraging to the Allies. Early vesterdav, despatches from Athe&.
brought news that Greece had dtfinitely agreed to meet demand ,8!r ij
Entente Powers and guarantee to fulfill her obligations. Whether this -r
means eventual armed participation on the part of Greece is not made
Czar has sent word to King Peter to hold another week. .A largt
force of Russians being massed on the border. In that time troops will
be in Serbia and Bulgaiia and on-the left flank of Austro-Germans.
This Russian army repotted as being the best equipped yet put into
the field being outfitted practically by Japanese heavy guns suitable
for siege work.
Bill In Commons
A bill introduced in the House of Commons yesterday, restricts to
landlords the tight to raise rents and foreclose mortgages within cer
Cannonading In West
Heavy cannonading along the west was the feature of operations
U. S. C. Wins From U. C.
Los Angeles University of Southern California won from U. C.
yesterday in football. Score 27 to 23.
Cornwell Wins From Pennsylvania
Philadelphia Cornwell won football game from University Pen
nsylvania yesterday with a score of 24 to 9.
Rome After continuous assaults lasting for more than a week,
with fighting of the bloodiest character, Italians have won the most
important victory of the war to date, being in undisputed possession
ot Mount San Michael.
British Steamer Attacked ' ,JW
Paris The British steamer Tafna Leith, for Montreal with pas
sengers was attacked by a submarine which opened fire on steamer s
with deck guns.
Five Relief Steamers
Galveston The American Commission for relief in Belgium has
chartered five steamers to carry grain to Belgium.
Ship Battered On Rocks
Tacoma The Chilens ship Carrelmapu was driven on the rocks
on the shore of Vancouver Island last night and battered to pieces.
Crew of 25 lost. The vessel had sailed from Honolulu, October 19th.-
Nogales Fifty eight of Villa's men crossed the line yesterday
and attempted to raid a ranch house east of here but were repulsed by
troopers, Mexicans fired on soldiers, who advanced without shooting
until it was evident Mexicans wanted to fight, when they opened fire
upon the bandits and killed several.
Germans Abandon Mitau
Petrograd Germans have abandoned Mitau and fallen back on
prepared line some distance south. Offensive of Russians make their
withdrawal from the railroad line necessary. Retreat attended by
heavv losses to Teutons who are living in strong trenches, four chains
of ditches being prepared for troops and supply railroad in the rear
connecting with East Prussia.
Gale Kills Many
Little Rock Twelve killed and sixtv five injured during a ga!A
which swept over pirt of the State yesterday Hot Springs main ho
tel destroyed by tornado, which did some damage in Texas.
Honolulu An aeddently discharged gun, in the hands of a
Schoefield Barrack trooper, killed a Japanese in his bunk 200 yards
Great Northern will carry passengers from Hilo to Honolulu at
ergular Inter Island rates.