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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914.
Telegraph News of the Week.
ENGLAND DEPRECATES LONDON RIOT.
LONDON, Ocotber 20. Magistrates declare onslaught on German shop
keepers Is a disgrace to England. Have refused to admit accused to ball and
ordered rioters confined in prison until tried. Many German residents have
barricaded their homes fearing attp.ck. Press and responsible element gen
erally deprecate attacks and demand heavy punishment for guilty.
SAY OSTEND IS RE-TAKEN.
LONDON, October 20. According to reports from correspondents at
Dunkirk, Allies have recaptured Ostend, driving Germans back ot Breedeene.
Battery Germans used before St. Mihiel has been destroyed with fifteen
rapid firers. Heavy fighting in progress between Ypres and Furnes, through
Dixmond. Many German wounded are being brought from front to Burges
and Ostend. Practically every German in Belgium is on fighting line, num
ber west of Antwerp is inconsiderable.
TYPHOON INTERFERES WITH JAPANESE PLANS. ,
TOKIO, October 20. Temporary landing erected in Laoshau Bay, col
lapsed yesterday during typhoon and twenty Japanese sailors drowned.
BIG DEFEAT ABOUT DUE, SAYS RUSSIA.
LONDON, October 20. Dispatches from Petrograd say German plans for
invasion of Poland resulted in complete failure. Defeat of German-Austrian
prmies, on huge scale is imminent. Germans have been driven back for
miles from Warsaw ot Galician boundary.
BELGIANS LEAVING THEIR COUNTRY.
LONDON, October 20. Hundreds of thousands of Belgians have left Bel
gium during past few days and others still leaving. To care for them is a
problem. Many plan exodus to America. Germany concurs in agreement to
permit America to land supplies in Belgium.
AUSTRIAN SUBMARINE SUNK.
CETTINGE, October 19. A French cruiser has sunk the Austrian Sub
marine sent from Cattaro to operate against French fleet In the Adriatic.
GERMAN MINE FLANTER DISGUISED PERHAPS.
LONDON, October 19. The British cruiser Undaunted and two torpedo
boat destroyers captured a German mine planter disguised as a hospital ship.
Government cannot confirm the report.
GERMANS SAY ALLIES WERE REPULSED.
BERLIN. October 19. Enemy's attacks west and northwest of Lille
have been repulsed by Germans with severe losses. No change in general
situation In Eastern arena.
GREAT AUSTRIAN LOSS, SAY AUSTRIANS.
VIENNA, October 19. The Austrian general 6taff estimates that Rus
sians lost 40,000 men in attack on Przemysl.
TURKISH AMMUNITION SEIZED.
ROME, Ocotber 19. Roumpnia has seized 150 German trucks laden with
ammunition consigned ot Turkey.
CLAIM TURKS ARE PLAYING DOUBLE GAME.
CONSTANTINOPLE, October 19. Turkish government has again broken
promise and declined to repatriate crews of German cruisers Goeben and
Breslau, which interned here. Has informed Allies that question of status
is one for Turkey alcne to decide, as it one of purely domestic concern.
JAPANESE LOSE CRUISER AND MANY MEN.
TOKIO, October 19. The Japanese cruiser Takachiho was sunk by mine
last Saturday. Twenty-eight officers, 54 non-commis3ioned men and 189
members of the crew perished.
SAY CANDIDATE IS OPIUM SMUGGLER.
LOS ANGELES, October 20. Frederick M. Shepperd, prominent lawyer
has been arrested for smuggling opium. He is candidate for assembly.
LOOKS LIKE MORE MEXICAN COMPLICATIONS.
MEXICO CITY, October 20. Carranra indicated yesterday that he has
no intention of being bound by any of the agreements between mediators
at the Aguas Calientes convention. Wants to know what authority dele
gates of convention have for assuming supreme command of the republic.
BELGIUM NEWS IS CONFLICTING.
WASHINGTON, October 20. Sharply contradictory reports are received
from southwest Belgium. According to German dispatches troops of Kaiser
have reached Dunkirk; while French dispatches state Belgians, with aid
of landing parties from British warships, have driven back German advance.
WAR CAUSE OF NO BOND SALE. -HONOLULU,
October 19. Treasurer Conkling says that war is responsi
ble for failure to negotiate sale of territorial bonds, and that Hawaii Is not
the only place to 6uffer.
TOUGH GANG ARRESTED.
Police believe they have the leaders of the gang of toughs that tried to
"do up" 60ldiers.
McCARN JURY HARD TO GET.
Special panel drawn in McCarn case. Five Jurymen, who were chal
lenged for cause, were dismissed by Judge Whitney.
The Chinese baseball team is back from mainland with belts full of scalps.
WALDRON AND BODGE GET HONORARY JOBS.
Fred Waldron has been appointed regent of the Collece of Hawaii, and
E. E. Bodge was appointed to succeed McStocker as member of harbor
RECKLESS BLASTING NEARLY FATAL.
A blasted rock In Kalihi narrowly escaped killing occupant of house.
McCARN BEGINNING TO SHOW STRAIN:
Ten talesmne excused from McCarn Jury list. Defendant, attacked Jury
system. He lookc careworn. May be something in rumor of resignation
McCARN TRIAL IS DULL.
HONOLULU, October 21. Little Interest now taken In McCarn trial.
Witnesses giving same evidence a3 first trial.
BALLOU MAY SACRIFICE COIN.
Professor Ballou may be candidate for senate on Progressive ticket In
place of David Kalauokalani, who received nomination and now refuses to
WOULD HOLD UP ELECTION.
Mandamus proceedings have 6tarted in Cathcart case to prevent County
Clerk from having ballots printed.
WILSON GETS A ROAD CONTRACT.
Homestead road contract, South Hilo, awarded to A. A. Wilson.
ENGINEERS ELECT OFFICERS.
Renton Hind elected chairman; W. G. Hall, vice-chairman; Frank G.
Boyer, secretary; and Irwin Spalding, treasurer; of Hawaitan Engineers'
Association at yesterday's meeting.
ALL ABOARD OR PALMYRA.
An excursion to Palmyra Islands on steamer Kilauea will be run, pro
vided one hundred sign for trip.
NO EMPRESS SALUTE.
The harbor commission refuses to permit firing of salute to honor em
THIS MANAGER MUST COUGH UP.
Carl Speath, said to be German manager of Pacific Guano Company,
will have to account for nearly $19,000 of company's money before leaving
for home. He was a passenger on German steamer Pronto and was to leave
ENGLISH SURE ATTACK IS COMING.
LONDON, October 21. According to dispatch received yesterday from
Paris, Field Marshal von Moltke's son has been buried at front. Germans are
preparing for active campaign against England, to be conducted with aid
of Zeppelins. Three Zeppelin sheds are being built in Brussels, and four in
Antwerp. Government has ordered all lights in London screened or covered
to avoid offering mark for aviators.. This is observed even to blinds being
drawn on trams. British aeroplanes are busy. Men are frequently seen in air.
Five German submarines were sent on Monday to attack British fleet
in channel, now operating with Allies, off Bslgian coast. '
Submarines were detected and British scout division 'of light cruisers,
supported by torpedo boat destroyers made attack. Firing twelve torpedoes
without result to the destroyers, German submarines are leaving to Join
German fleet which Is provisioning extensively at Kiel.
GERMAN FLEET TO GET BUSY.
German submarines engaged hostile submarines on Prussian-Baltie coast.
Details of fight not learned. This tends to confirm the report that German
fleet Is about to begin operations upon the Baltic.
Germans have released nine Swedish merchant ships that have been
held captive. Fresh captures continue threatening Swedish lumber Industry.
Sweden plans to send convoys with her ships.
GERMANS ORDERED OUT OF BRIGHTON.
LONDON, October 21. Chief constable of sea coast city Brighton, yes
terday ordered all Germans and Austrian subjects to leave town.
NELSON'S MEMORY TO STIR PATRIOTISM.
Today Is 109th anniversay Nelson's victory Trafalgar. Celebration will
be made occasion to recruit new army up to full strength. Thousands of
Belgians have returned to their homes from The Hague.
HOSPITALS CONGESTED WITH WOUNDED.
BUDAPEST, October 21. Wounded soldiers are being sent to hospitals
here in such numbers that they are overcrowded.
FIERCE FIGHTING YESTERADY.
Reports from France last night Indicate that heaviest fighting took place
yesterday near Elbow Bend In French western line, near Albert and on Bel
gian coast. French greatly harrased at point near Albert. Terrific fighting
marked the determination of commanders to hold this position.
While French were making their last stand on this ground, they planted
mines and allowed Germans to drive them back. Two battalions of Germans
Allies are defeating attempts at forward movement made by German right
which has been reinforced.
Siege gun duel took place during day. British warships bombarding
Germans advancing on Nieuport. After German artillery had been silenced
and Germans retreated, Allies made general advance on Dunkirk. Allies re
captured number of prisoners from Germans. German attack everywhere
BERLIN SAYS ALLIES LOST HEAVILY.
BERLIN, Ocotber 21. German troops advancing from Ostend encountered
hostile troops along river Yser, near Nieuport. Enemy's attack west of
Lille, has been repulsed. Losses of enemy heavy. No material changes In
GERMANS SINK SUBMARINE.
BERLIN, October 20. German admiralty announces that German war.
ships have sunk the new British submarine "E 3" In North Sea encounter
GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT SUNK BY JAPANESE.
TOKIO, October 20 Japanese admiralty announces that a German tor
pedo boat, "S 90", ran the blockade at Kiauchau to escape to sea, but went
aground sixty miles south, and was destroyed by Japanese battleships.
JAPANESE HOLD IMPORTANT ISLANDS.
TOKIO, October 20. Japanese occupy the strategically Important islands
of the Ladrone group, the Marshall group, the East Carolines and the West
Carolines archipelago. At Jaluit, the German naval base has been captured
together with two unarmed vessels, one of which blew itself up at approach
GOVERNMENT HAS QUIT BOOZE BUSINESS.
PETROGRAD, October 20. Czar announces that Russian government
will never again manufacture or sell liquor.
GERMANS RELEASE ENGLISHMEN.
BERLIN, October 20. The American ambassador has obtained the repa
triation of all Englishmen over 55, who have been held here. Frenchmen
under 17 and over 60 will be allowed -to return to France, via Switzerland.
PARIS, October 20. Reported that a Holland-American steamship struck
mine and was crippled. '
GERMAN ADVANCE FRUSTRATED.
LONDON, October 20. Allies are defeating attempts at forward move
ment by Germans right, after heavy reinforcement. The Germans renewed
offensive operations but efforts of Allies frustrated movement.
From Ypres, the Allies line stretches to the sea, and the British fleet
supports extreme left of Allies forces.
PARIS, October 20. Despite violent attack by the Germans, the Belgian
army is holding posiiton along river Ypres. Germans malnatin strong advance
posts around Lille, near Armentieres, Fourness, and La Basse.
GOOD AIM HARD ON GERMAN BATTERY.
BATTLEFRONT, October 20. French artillery Is given credit for des
troying completely battery of German siege guns. A field observer found loca
tion, and by use of portable telephone directed the range finding, after which
the French battery blew guns to pieces.
NO ARMY NAVY GAME.
WASHINGTON, October 20. Army and Navy football game has been
abandoned, because managers cannot agree on meeting place.
RELIEF FOR ALASKA IN SIGHT.
President today signed Alaska coal lands leasing bill.
SEVENTY-FIVE VESSELS COME IN.
WASHINGTON, October 20. Up to date seventy-five vessels have taken
advantage of new shipping laws to come under American flag. Twenty of
these are passenger carriers, and majority are from English register. There
are seven Germans and five Belgians.
CHEMISTS NOW IN SESSION.
HONOLULU, October 22. Sugar chemists met In convention here yes
DEMOCRATS MAKING WILD PROMISES.
Democrats have promised an all-Hawaiian government for Hawaii in
anxiety to secure votes from Hawaiians.
LIGHTFOOT MAKES SUDDEN DEPARTURE.
HONOLULU, October 21. Attorney Llghtfoot's sudden and unexpected
departure for the Coast today started wild rumors which his son denies.
Says he will be back In three weeks to resume his place in McCarn trial.
McCarn is now conducting his own defense.
BRITISH CRUISER CAPTURES BRITISH SHIP.
ESQUIMAULT, October 22. British ship Lowther Rouge, owned by Fur-
ness, Whitby & Co., has been brought here by a crew from British cruiser
Newcastle, and Is being held as suspect.. She was caught In Gulf of Cali
fornia with cargo of coal.
HUNGER PINCHES IN AUSTRO-HUNGARY.
VENICE, October 22. Shortage of meat reported In Austria-Hungary.
Minister of Agriculture forbids slaughter of calves under six months old.
Price of flour advancing. Black war bread advised, which Is made partly of
LONDON, October 22. Reports from France last night indicate further
fighting in northern arena, with Allies holding positlonan d breaking back
determined assault by Germans. Allies everywhere hold their ground. In
violent battle, left wing of Germans lost heavily. '
Belgian troops holding 18-mile front In battle yesterday, particularly dis
tinguished themselves in beating off German attacks.
French troops captured German officer believed to be Duke Ernest
August, son-in-law of Emperor.
Between Lille and Ostend fighting war heavy and satisfactory.
Amsterdam reports that Allies bombarded and captured town of Routers.
Not yet confirmed.
AMERICA FEEDING STARVING BELGIANS.
LONDON, October 22. American commission, headed by Robert Hoover,
of California, will feed 700,000 starving Belgians. More than $1,250,000 has
been donated for relief Belgian refugees.
Australia Is donating 7,000 frozen sheep.
PARIS, October 21. Enemy's violent attack at Neuport repulsed.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26S fflarktt Stmt, San Tr.imhte, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SCHEDULE
San Francisco Puget Sound
PUGBT HObiND Hawaiian Islnnda Arrive UftV Mlt
Arrive Leave Arrive Loavo 8. P. UJ nu.
Manoa Sept I
Enterprise.. .Sept 5
Matsonia Sept 9
Hilonian ...Sept 10
Lurline ...Sept 15
tManoa -.Sept 29
Hyades Oct I
Matsonia Oct 7
Lurline Oct 13
Hilonian Oct 22
Mauoa Oct 27
Matsonia Nov 4
Lurline Nov 10
Hyades Nov t2
Manoa Nov 24
Matsonia Dec 2
Enterprise ...Dec 3
Lurline Dec 8
Mauoa Dec 22
Ilyaues Dec 24
Matsonia Dec 30
Sept 13 Sept 19
Oct 4 Oct 10
Oct 25 Oct 31
Nov 15 Nov 21
Dec 6 Dec 12
Dec 27 Jau 2
Oct 27 -Nov
S. S. Matsonia. ..
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Manoa.......
S. S. Lurline
PORTS OF CALL.
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. Enterprise
I on voy. 118 to Hilo direct,
on voy. 119 to alU Ports via Puget
S. S. Hyades (to all Hawaiian Ports via P,uget
S. S. Hilonian J Sound.
fMANOA on voy. 8 returns toS. F. via San Pedro. Arrives at Pan
Pedro Oct. 20 and leaves Oct. 21 for S. F. arriving Oct, 23.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles and freight
only (no passengers). . '
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Sfime dableZKahului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Traini Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
5 33'3 3o
5 3!3 20
5 20 3 17
S ' 3 7
5 9 3 5
5 00 2 55
4 5j2 53
4 5 a 47;
4 4oj2 35
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6 40 8 50 i 30 3 35 5 38
6 50 9 00 1 40 3 45 5 48
6 52 1 42 3 47
7 02 1 52 3 57
7 3 1 53 3 58
7 15 2 05 4 10
7 17 2 07 4 12
7 24 2 14 4 19
7 25 2 15 4 20
7 33 2 23 4 28
7 35 2 25 4 30
7 4 2 30 4 35 .......
2. SG 22,3 15
G 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connect
ing with the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will' be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 centa per
. 100 pounds or part thereof will be charcod.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
t. jno. a, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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