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VOL. XXXIX, NO., 32. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, APRIL 1U, 1904 SEMI-WEEKLY. WHOLE No. 2G82. RUSSIA WANTS TO FLOAT A LOAN OF TWO HUNDRED MILLIONS THE CZAR IS REPORTED DISSATISFIED WITH ALEXIEFF (ASSOCIATED FBKSS OABJUEQBA1IB ) LONDON, April 18. It is reported that Russia is in need of money to finance the war. An issue of two hundred millions in' bonds is expected. JAPANESE ARE COURAGEOUS. PINGYANG, April 18. The roads are in a terrible condition near here. The Japanese display remarkable courage and endurance in carrying on their operations in face of almost insurmountable difficulties. EMPEROR DISSATISFIED. ST. PETERSBURG, April 18. It is stated that the Emperor is dissatisfied with Viceroy Alexieff's conduct of the war. DYSENTERY AT HARBIN. ST. PETERSBURG, April 18. Dysentery has broken out among the Russian troops at Harbin. JAPANESE GOING TO YINKOW. PORT ARTHUR, April 18. It is rumored that twenty Japanese transports were sighted, going to Yinkow. ' The Russian are impatiently awaiting the landing of the Japanese. It is quiet here. RUSSIANS ADVANCING. SEOUL, April 18. The Russians are in the vicinity of Sungju and the Japanese residents, including the consul, left there on steamer going to Gensan. CELEBRATING THE VICTORY. TOKIO, April 18. The Japanese are elated over their success at Port Arthur. Celebrations are being held in various parts of the city. DELAY LAND OPERATIONS. VLADIVOSTOK, April 18. No land operations are expected to take place here very soon. ROADS IMPASSABLE. MUKDEN, April 18. Heay rains have rendered the roads impassable and operations have been suspended. --- JAPANESE INFANTRY. PORTLAND, Ore., April 16. The floods in Eastern Oregon are delaying traffic on the railroads. PITTSBURG, April 16. Andrew Carnegie has created a fund of $5,000,000 for the benefit of the dependants of those losing their lives in the performance of heroic deeds in the United States and Canada ; also for the benefit of the heroes themselves if they survive with injuries. WASHINGTON, D. C., April 15. The Senate today passed the Canal Bill for the administration of the Panama Canal strip. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 16. Congress will probably adjourn on the 28th of this month. ST. PETERSBURG, April 16. It is rumored here that the Japanese landed 12,000 men west of the Yalu. The Russians attacked and drove them back to the ships with heavy loss in men. and guns. JAPANESE FILES TIENTSIN, April 2. Some Americans have hired a Chinaman's house at Yinkow to hold a meeting and hoist, etl an American ting. The Itusslan authorities have caused It to bo hauled down. TIENTSIN, March 31. The British Consul at Yinkow has Riven notlco to the British residents that although ltussla has proclaimed martial law, British subjects need not obey it the Consul receives Instructions from the British Minister concerning the question, and further that the Consul will liulil himself responsible fur t hull- protection, WAH COimUSl'ONOKNTH. Tliero wera two correspoinleiitii on liDiml Urn l.'lileumi p.illp Nuwh pretu linui r,ui (a lliltlnh Munimir), which In III llllf ill ttt IllWtt lit NutVDllUtllltf. U minim dm uf living Ni, iliw AiiH'il'nn roiU'miuiilx m um)r UITMI liy tli limi.iin iwu'Hwr will) luu jHiMtmmu PMitiiiii uf Hum U jbj ' IVanii !.. un t jtoiMUtr. Um. h UNItlMN nbUUUll l ni.iN, Arl S T MllMtwin I i ui i7 I i - l " l Wlv Uf i ( (IIihUi F'MMSBI m v, i "' . ' iFSC, 'WSTr , . atK&?S FEAR SUBMARINE BOATsF ST. PETERSBURG, April 16. It is believed that the Japanese are using submarine boats at Port Arthur. RUSSIAN REPORT OF BOMBARDMENT. PORT ARTHUR, April 16. In the Japanese bombardment of this place, occuring Thursday, seven Chinamen and five soldiers were killed and three Chinamen wounded. The town was not damaged although the Japanese fired 185 projectiles. HARBIN HEARD 'FROM. HARBIN, April 16. China is showing a more conciliatory spirit. Food prices are rising. RUSSIA'S BATTLE LINE, f LIAOYANG, April 16. The Russian intrenchments on the Yalu have been completed. The center is, at Antung, the right flank rests at and the left at HERE'S GOOD CHEEK. NEW YORK, April 16. President Deforest of the Wireless Telegraph Company has requested that Secretary Hay protest against the intention of Russia to treat the users of wireless telegraphy in the field as spies. THE PALACE FIRE AT SEOUL. SEOUL, April 16. With the exception of the Kinseiken building, which is in the European style, all the palace buildings were consumed in yesterday's fire. The Emperor has taken refuge in the library of the Kinseiken. Archives andt treasures were destroyed. AFTERNOON REPORT. SEOUL, Korea, April 15. The palace of the Korean Emperor was destroyed today by fire. The Emperor, escaped without injury. The fire caused great consternation at the Korean Court and among the people. It is believed the fire was set by incendiaries. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 15. Formal notice has been served on the United States Government that Russia will regard as spies and shoot correspondents using wireless telegraphy for the transmission of their dispatches. TIENTSIN, China, April 15. It is reported that twelve per cent, of the Japanese troops in Korea are ill. The hardships of the campaign are having a telling effect on the Japanese soldiers and may cripple the movements in contemplation. ST: -PETERSBURG, Russia, Kuropatkin will soon have 120,000 troops between Mukden and Liao Yang. Admiral Alexieff reports that there are now only two undamaged battleships at Port Arthur. o HARBIN, April 17. Two Japanese officers, disguised as lamas, have been captured. They intended to blow up the railroad bridge near Fullardi. SEVASTOPOL NOT SUNK. 't J&- ST. PETERSBURG, April 17. The reported sinking of the Russian battleship Sevastopol is officially denied. ALEXIEFF AT PORT ARTHUR. PriUT AUTHIIP Ant-il rn TNrrVi.. Vitinrlrorl Cff,. man .,,- SPy iBHKU. . iMiaaSW . VTHt&hJ 4 U0s W HBiB4. . V J Hi Hi 9tKEKwtM (V . RUSSIANS CLAIM TO BE pavlovsk. 0 SiSSSK3SiRSBSB!HK5ffitHR?13 I Mil lll iIoiI4 ' I il Uii f ll ' "' m .? w mmM' i llitll tl U i . 1)1) UllluU MA)K iil( ' I MltVl f A JAlAlll l'l I iljli ( MIH II HI ) i 'I' J I l I . I JM IJVl KM U )" U J' 'I M "if- 11 - - - SUBMARINE I 10 PORT lABSOOIATBD PRESS OAJBIiBOBAMSJ J..I..1 ARTHUR Parker Gets New York Delegation, Hearst Was Not Mentioned. Russians in Korea. ST. PETERSBURG, April 19. The first sub-marine boat intended for use at Port Arthur has been shipped in sections to that place. RUSSIANS IN KOREA. SEOUL, April ig. A strong force of Russians is advancing down the Eastern Korean coast near Gensan. JAPANESE FORCES MOVING. SHANGHAI, April 19. Forty Japanese transports have landed a portion of an army at Takushan. The others will embark at Yon- gampho to force the Yalu. MADAME MAKAROFF'S PENSION. ST. PETERSBURG, April 19. The widow of Admiral has been granted an annual pension of $10,000. AFTERNOON REPORT. PORT ARTHUR, April 18. It is reported that a Japanese cruiser has been sunk. TIENTSIN, April 18. Seventy Japanese transports are reported to be going to Kinchow. ST. PETERSBURG, April 18. An attempted landing by the Japanese at Korea Bay has been prevented by the Russian forces ashore. ST. PETERSBURG, April 18. The belief is growing here that Admiral Togo's submarine mines"sunk"the Russian battleship. Petro- o STRIKE STOPS WORK ON FOUR BATTLESHIPS QUINCY, Mass., April ig. Twenty-five hundred men employed in a shipyard near here have struck, thus stopping work on the battleships Rhode Island, New Jersey, Vermont and Washington. Tllc affccled bv strikc is t,u,t of thc Rivcr W L thc. F9rc comnanied Alexieff her to assist in the defence. ., -. . , ... lingmc and Shipbuilding Company, at 1 ore River, about five miles -..1 iu a 1 ax in from Quiiicy. The battleship Vermont will be a vessel of 17,604 PARIS, April 17. It is reported that Alexieff has been ordered tons and when completed will be thc most powerful vessel in thc not to permit the fleet to leave Port Arthur before the arrival of navy. The battleships New Jersey and Rhode Island are sister ships Skrydloff. of the same class as thc battleship Georgia, a vessel of 15,000 tons. FOR THE FRONT KOBE, April 1. The steamer No. U Nagatu Mnru will have here on April 3 with eleven newspaper eleven liorsea, and thirty-six coolies. 4- WAR FUND FOR THF. RED CROSS A inoollmr "f lliu Japaneso War Fund tiut u'nu lii. 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