CHEFOO HEIRS TH1T
THE ITTtCK ON PORT
ARTHUR HAS BEGUN
Three Large Japanese Armies Are
Now Operating Against the
IAS800IATED PBE8S OAflLEGBAMBJ
CHEFOO, June 10. It is reported that the attack on Port Arthur
has begun, Russian ships aiding the land defenders.
DISPOSITION OF JAPANESE FORCES. -
SHANGHAI, June 10. The third Japanese arrfly under General
Nogi will assault Port Arthur. The second' army under General
Oku will co-operate with General Kuroki in the campaign against
SHELLING THE COAST.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 10. Seventeen Japanese vessels
bombarded the western coast of Liaotong peninsula on June 7.
No damage was done.
RUSSIAN DIVISION ENTRENCHED.
TIENTSIN, June 10. Ten thousand Russians are entrenched
-at Pochichia, twelve miles south of Kaichau.
THE COSSACKS IN KOREA.
FUSAN, June 10. The invading Russians have reached
and are advancing along the railway. ,
KUROPATKIN'S MOVEMENTS. . .A
ST. PETERSBURG, June 10. It is rumored that Gen.
is moving southward.
ANOTHER RUSSIAN RETREAT.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 10. Gen. Kuropatkin wires that a
Japanese brigade attacked a Russian detachment at Siamatese on
June 7. The Russians retired toward Fenchulin with a loss of two
officers and 100 men killed and wounded.
LIAOYANG, June 9. The reported bombardments at Liao-yang
Peninsula are regarded as possibly covering Japanese landings
ST. PETERSBURG, June 8. It is stated that a third fleet will
go to the Orient from the Black Sea, Turkey having granted it per
mission to pass the Dardanelles.
RAILROAD BLOWN UP.
LIAOYANG, June 8. The Japanese have withdrawn their advance
guards from Vafangow after blowing up the railway and tele
graph lines at Samsonoffs. The Cossacks are harassing the Japanese
towards Port Arthur.
COSSACKS ROUTED, MINES EXPLODED.
TOKIO, June 8. A Japanese detachment routed a company of
Cossacks on Sunday, north of Takushan. Forty one mines have
been discovered and exploded in Talienwan bay.
INVESTIGATING ETZEL'S DEATH.
NEWCHWANG, June 8. Consul Miller is investigating the
killing of Etzel, the war correspondent.
COSSACK RAIDERS IN KOREA.
SEOUL, June 8. Cossacks are killing and looting between
.Anju and Kaochu.
A FEW MINOR SKIRMISHES.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 8. The situation at Fengwangcheng
is unchanged. There .are a few minor skirmishes to report.
LIAOYANG, June 9. It is reported that the Japanese forces,
on June 6, made several stubborn attacks on Port Arthur simultaneously
by land and sea and were repulsed with severe loss,
STAKELBERG BEATEN BACK.
SHANGHAI, June 9, Gen. StakelberR's brigade, marching In
ihc direction of Port Arthur, met a reverse near Wniangtien nnd
retired to Tashlchlno,
GOOD RUSSIAN SIIOOTINO,
TOKIO, Juno p, While molting 0 rcconnolsannce near Port
Arthur 11 Japanese gunboat was hit night times nnd confidently
damaged, Quo sailor wott )lll ul iiml two wounded.
I'OWK DAY8' HATTLI5.
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iliyr ms mi utile from Poll Arthur.
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VOL. XXXIX, NO. 47.
HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1904 SEMI-WEEKLY. WHOLE No. 2697.
i "HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF": THE JAPANESE OPERATIONS OF 1894 AND 1904.
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LEVI Z. LEITER, LADY
CURZON'S FATHER DEAD
CHICAGO, June 10. Levi Z. Leiter is dead.
Levi Z. Leiter began life as ? poor boy and started his business
career as a clerk in a "small country store, but by shrewd
business dealing he became a many times over, lie was
born in Maryland in 1834 and at the age of twenty began work. 1 lis
clerkship kept him for a year and then lie moved to SnriiiL'field where
he remained another year. Hy going to Chicago he got a position
in a large dry goods house and during a period of ten years he progressed
so fast that lie became a partner in the concern. He was
then with Marshall Field. In 18(15 both Leiter nud Field bought
into the dry goods business of Potter Palmer. The firm was first
known ns Fiulil, Pnimor & Leiter, nnd later ns Field, Lultur & Co.
in 1881 Mr, Loiter hold his share In tins linn mid retired from nciivo
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