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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914.
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Telegraph News of the Week.
HEAVY FIGHTING IN FRANCE.
LONDON, October 17. Dispatches) from battle front tell of heavy fighting
on French left, where position of Germans, owing to constant pressure for
ward of Allies Is becoming untenable. Battle front extends 360 miles from
Ostcnd to Swiss border. Southeast of Muelhausen with fighting in progress
along greater part of line, Germans attempted to turn Allies left In order
to take Ostend, Dunkirk, and Calais. Furious advance on Allies from Ypres
to cut German line between Lille and Courtrai. German efforts not suc
cessful. According to battle front reports Germans compelled to fall back
to Oudengarde, twelve miles south of Ghent. Allies hold road from Ostend
to Lille. Situation of German right is considered critical. During day Ger
mans made on strong offensive movement attempting to capture Arras, but
it proved disastrous, being beaten back by French line. German advance
repulsed at Malaucourt.
CHOLERA HOLDS RUSSIANS AT BAY.
ROME, October 17. Ten thousand cases of cholera reported among sol
diers in Austrian army, and for that reason Russians withdrew. Russian
campaign delayed by it. Will prevent aggressive campaign by Austrians.
RUSSIANS REPULSED WITH LOSS.
BERLIN, October 17. Russian attempt to occupy Lyck, has been re
pulsed. Russians lost artillery and 800 prisoners.
BURYING DEAD AN AWFUL TASK.
LONDON, October 17. Paris firemen have been called upon to bury
dead Germans left on battlefield of Roye. These dead have been ying for
three weeks and firemen wear oxygen helmets and use disinfectants in
order to accomplish duty.
SERBS DEFEAT AUSTRIANS.
LONDON, October 17. Official dispatches by Reuters report defeat of
Austrian division by Servians at Glasinate, on Thursday.
GERMAN SPY CAUGHT IN ENGLAND.
DOVER, England, October 16. German spy in Belgian uniform, and
carrying red cross brassard, was found today among refugees here.
BRITISH CASUALTY LIST PUBLISHED.
LONDON, October 16. Official list of British officers Jost to October 5,
is: 280 killed; 298 missing; 625 wounded.
SMALL BOMB' DOES BIG DAMAGE.
A British aviator, it is announced by the government office, has dropped
a hand grenade into midst of small German convoy carrying field ammuni
tion.. Fifteen Germans killed. Subsequent recognizance by Allies shows that
fourteen motor lorries were wrecked by explosion and that debris covered
radius of 150 yards.. Only charred scraps of boots, and clothing discoverable
OSTEND MUST SOON FALL.
Capture of Ostend by Germans momentarily expected. Steamer service
across Channel suspended.
FRENCH SAY GERMANS ARE BEING FORCED BACK.
PARIS, October 16. Steady hammering against German left wing has
brought French almost within cannon shot of Metz, Germany. Portion of
Crown Prince's army is stubbornly retaining strong position near St. Mihiel
French command route from Metz to Nancy, menacing German communica
tions. Position of German wedge that was sent forward from Pontanousson
to St. Mihiel, is becoming increasingly more uncomfortable.
GERMANS DESTROY BRITISH CRUISER.
LONDON, October 16. German submarine in North Sea, sank British
cruiser Hawke. Fifty of crew of 400 saved. Cruiser Theuses also attacked
by submarine, but escaped.
STEAMER BURNS ON COLUMBIA.
PORTLAND, Oregon, October 19. Steamship Santa Catalina, burned to
edge yesterday in Columbia River. Fire caused by explosion on lower deck.
NEW HAVEN COMPANY MUST DISSOLVE.
NEW YORK, October 17. Decree of United States government ordering
the dissolution of the New Haven Railroad Company, has been filed In fed
eral district court. "
"RIGHT OF SEARCH" IS OPPOSED.
WASHINGTON, October 17. Senator Thomas, of Colorado, protests
against action of the French cruiser Conde, in searching the American ship
Metapan. The Conde forced five German passengers, bound for neutral
ports to sign parole papers. Proceeding said to be violation of neutrality
AUTOMOBILE CONCERN GOES TO WALL.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ocotber 18. The Premier Motor Car Co. is in the
hands of a receiver, due to falling of trade.
CANAL SLIDE IS TRIVIAL.
WASHINGTON, October 16. Goethala expects to open Panama canal
within a week. Blockade trifling.
FRENCH REPORT CAPTURES.
WASHINGTON, October 16. French embassy gives Information that
Allies have captured Hennescamps, southwest of Arras. Germans have ad
vanced from Courtrai to Audenarde.
OFFICE HOLDERS BARRED FROM POLITICS.
HONOLULU, October 17. Politics are barred from Federal offices under
penalty of dismissal. Posters in federal building here tell the tale. ,
RELIEF FUND GROWING.
War relief fund is swelling. Comfortable sum will be sent over.
JAPANESE BANK PROSPEROUS.
Yokohama Specie Bank pays dividend of 12 per cent.
FEDERAL INDICTMENTS RETURNED.
Federal grand jury found seven true bills. Indictments on secret file.
SMIDDY GETTING BUMPED EARLY.
HONOLULU, October 16. Democrats said to be down on Marshal Smiddy
for drawing republicans instead of democrats on special jury venire, federal
W ATKINS MAY STAY ON TICKET.
British bark Kinrosshire, arrived today, 170 days from Hamburg. Norman
Watkins may now stay on republican ticket in consequence that the bark
brought fertilizer ingredients, and there is now no danger of shortage.
GEO. F. DAVIES AS HIGH PRIVATE.
A letter received from England states that George F. Davies has be
come a private In British army to serve during the war.
MOB SPIRIT RULES IN LONDON.
LONDON, October 19. Anti-German rioting broke out, In London Satur
day night when score of shops owned by German residents were demolished.
Twenty arrests made but rioting not checked. Police obliged to restore order
a second time to insure safety of Germans against whom fury of mob was
Attacks were result of growing resentment of people over activities of
German spies In England. Many homes of Germans have been searched and
in some cases quantities of ammunition and bombs have been found. This
led to discovery of prepared positions in Scotland and England similar to
those found in France and Belgium, where under various pretexts Germans
had prepared concrete foundations for location of siege guns, before the
war. All Germans connected in any way with these enterprises have been
taken Into custody and belongings seized.
GERMANS HAVE HEAVY LOSSES.
PARIS, October 19. Germans repulsed yesterday in two violent attacks
east of St. Die. Army of Crown Prince William at this point made desperate
effort to break through French line, but failed. Germans lost heavily.
Belgians holding line on Yser river, in Belgium and repulsed attacks on
crossing of river. Arnenderres retaken by Allies yesterday between Arras
and Oise. Some progress made by troops on right wing. Center remained
AUSTRIANS SEEM TO BE GAINING GROUND.
LONDON, October 19. Official dispatches from Vienna Saturday report
that Austrian military operations against Russians are progressing favor
ably in Galicia. Battle extends through Sambor and east to Medyn, on Rus
sian border. Operations on river San have resulted in successive reverses
to Russians. .North of Wyskow, attempted advance of Russians repulsed.
RUSSIANS SAY AUSTRIANS WERE REPULSED.
PETROGRAD, October 19. No new developments in East Prussia and
along Vistula. Attempt by Austrians to cross San river repulsed. South of
Prezymsyl fighting continues. Austrian reinforcements reported to be ad
vancing through passes in Carpathians northward into Galicia.
FRENCH HEAR SERBS HAVE GAINED VICTORY.
PARIS, October 19. Dispatches from Nisch say Austrians have again
been defeated by Serbs, near Drina river. Three attacks repulsed, Austrian
infantry being practically annihilated. On night of October 12, Austrians
were repulsed with enormous losses.
RUSSIA SENDING PRISONERS TO SIBERIA.
BERLIN, October 19. Russian newspaper, Sech, says all prisoners of
war that Russians have taken, including officers, are being sent to Siberia.
General war situation is unchanged.
VESSEL UNDER AMERICAN FLAG TAKEN AS PRIZE.
HALIFAX, October 19. Steamship Brindilla, flying American flag, form
erly German steamer Washington, has been brought here as prize of war
by British cruiser Carmania. Vessel believed to be Standard Oil tanker.
BANDITS ROB BANK AND WOUND PURSUERS.
PEDRO WOOLEY, Ocotber 19. Bandits robbed bank here, securing
$20,000. During running fight that followed, three citizens including one boy,
wounded. Boy died later.
MEXICANS GET FREE TREATMENT FROM UNCLE.
NACO, October 19. Through special permission from Washington, 250
Mexicans wounded in battle on Mexican side of border, have been brought
here for treatment. Majority were able to return soon after dressing wounds.
Attack on Naco Is slacking.
GREECE STRICKEN BY EARTHQUAKE.
ATHENS, October 19. From district in path of earthquake, hundreds of
persons are said to have been buried in ruins of Thebes.
BRITISH HAVE LOST HEAVILY.
LONDON, October 19. War office announces that British troops have
made good progress during continual fighting in Northern France. During
last few days Allies have driven back Germans more than thirty miles. Total
losses from killed, wounded and missing, September 12 to October 8; 961
officers, 12,980 men.
IS ENGLAND TO BE ATTACKED SOON?
LONDON, October 19. German minister of navy arrived at Antwerp yes
terday. German army advancing from Ostend is between Furnes and Dun
kirk, less than fifty miles from coast of Dover.
ENGLAND NERVOUS ABOUT AIR ATTACK.
LONDON, October 18. All England is alarmed over prospects of visit
of air fleet. Searchlights play at all hours of the night on lookout for the
airships. The admiralty yesterday announced an engagement of naval
flotillas off the coast of Holland in which Germans were wiped out. Four
destroyers were sunk by the British. The latter lost one officer and four
men wounded. 1
BEGINNING TO FIGURE COST.
PARIS, October 18. Itis estimated by experts that war will cost ten
ALLIES STILL HOLDING GERMANS BACK.
BATTLEFRONT, October 18. Allies have been successful in preventing
Germans from reaching objective points and are holding them safely in
check. The hopes of the Germans to reach Dunkirk and French channel
ports will not be realized. Operations yesterday dwindled into an artillery
duel which was carried on incessantly.
VON KLUK SAID TO HAVE BEEN SUPERSEDED.
PARIS, October 18. It is sand that General von Kluk has been super
seded as head of the troops after two days battle at Marne. General von
Arnin succeeds him. No developments during day in French theater of war.
Davis Grey, brother of Sir Edward, was an observer in an aeroplane that
was captured at Terrone from the Germans.
GERMANS ENFORCING PROHIBITION.
AMSTERDAM, October 18. Owing to reports of drunkenness reaching
ears of war department, order has been issued forbidding sale of liquors to
people of Belgium now in German hands. Officers are forbidden to drink in
any house where they have been billeted.
BELGIUM NOW VIRTUALLY GERMAN.
BERLIN, October 17. Germans have reached North Sea near Ostend.
Fighting continues as far west as Dunkirk. Belgium now almost completely
in hands of Germans. Allies reported to be cut off on all sides, particularly
LITTLE CHANGE IN FRENCH FRONTIER. ,
PARIS, October 17. Germans have now crossed western line between
Ostend and Nculin. Matters on frontier relatively quiet. Left wing situa
tion unchanged. Near Arras and St. Mihiel, allies are, gaining ground.
BRITISH STEAMER STRIKES MINE.
LONDON, October 17. Steam trawler Ajax, of Grinsby, has struck mine
and nine of crew lost.
MORE NON-COMBATANTS WOUNDED.
NACO, October 17. Four regulars and three Mexican civilians on Amer
ican side of border, have been wounded by stray bullets from Mexican side.
Two of the soldiers will probably die.
FEUD ON IN HONOLULU.
HONOLULU, October 19. A lot of soldiers suspected of intention to "do
up" Kalibi hoodlums were gathered in by provost guards last night and taken
to Fort Shafter.
MYSTERY SURROUNDS BRUTAL ASSAULT. '
Johnnie Pua was found with cord around his neck and hands tied be
hind back, in canoe on beach yesterday. Is in bad condition. No clu. to
SAYS McCARN HAS BEEN ASKED TO RESIGN.
HONOLULU, October 18. There is an unconfirmed report here that
McCarn's resignation has been asked for.
KAMAAINA WOMAN DEAD.
Mrs. Alexander Young died yesterday after an illness of several weeks.
Three of her daughters are returning from the Coast by the Sierra tomorrow.
CLERK MUST RECEIVE JAPANESE APPLICATIONS.
Clerk A. E. Murphy of the Federal Court has received instructions from
Washington to receive applications for naturalization from Japanese resi
dents. He was told that refusal to naturalize is not his work.
CREW ON GERMAN SHIP MUTINIES.
There was mutiny aboard the German refugee ship Ahlers yesterday,
and thirteen of the crew, claiming to be British subjects jumped overboard.
They are now in jail.
BROWN QUITS BOARD.
HONOLULU, October 18. "Klondike" Brown, it is said, resigned from
the Civil Service Commission, on account of his candidacy in election.
FATHER CONRADY DIES IN CHINA.
HONOLULU, October 17. Father Conrady, formerly of Molokai, is dead
in China, according to report received here. He was deported from Leper
Settlement because of differences with Board of Health.
ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF BIGAMY.
John Apio is under arrest on charge of bigamy. He has been in hiding
for three weeks.'
McCarn's trip to Washington, cost government $441.
FRED CHURCH DEAD.
HONOLULU, October 20 News received by Elks to effect that Fred
Church died in Alabama, August 27th.
WILL CONSIDER CHANGING CLOCK.
Matter of moving forward hands of clock one hour, will have attention
of business men next week.