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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914.
Telegraph News of the Week.
HUNG JURY IN KILLING CASE.
MINEOULA, October 26. Jury disagreed In German ease where wife
killed another woman whom she found In company with her husband.
PLAN TO OUST CARRANZA.
WASHINGTON, October 26. Official reports to State Department Indi
cate that national convention at Aguas Callentes will shortly depose Car
ranza. He Is willing provided he is allowed to be candidate for re election.
BALLOTS ORDERED PRINTED.
HONOLULU, October 26. With exception of county, all ballots are
WAR EFFECTS AT HONOLULU.
HONOLULU, October 26. German schooner Hermes arrived safely.
Aeolus prisoners put aboard a German refugee in harbor.
British consul has received advices to the effect that sugar will not
be allowed to be Imported into Great Britain, made in enemy's country. ,
WON'T HAVE THE JOB.
HONOLULU, October 26. Acting District Attorney Thomas will refuse
to accept McCarn's place.
ASSASSINS OF ARCHDUKE CONVICTD.
LONDON, October 27. Assassin of archduke Francis Ferdinand and wife
of Austria, together with 23 accomplices, found guilty of murder today.
Conspirators are members of Servian military party who were engaged with
an element in Bosnia to foment an insurrection.
BRITAIN TO RULE UNITED FLEETS.
LONDON, October 27. Berlin has advices of an Anglo-French-Russian
naval convention, the terms of which place the chief command of the Baltic
and Black Sea fleets In hands of a British admiral. In consideration of this,
Great Britain has agreed to reinforce those fleets with her own squadron.
DESTROYER SINKS GERMAN SUBMARINE.
Torpedo boat destroyer has rammed and sunk German submarine in
North Sea. Except for bent bow-plates destroyer was not damaged.
FRENCH HOSPITAL LIST BIG.
MADRID, October 27. Reported here that total number French sick and
wounded exceeds 400,000.
REASON GIVEN FOR ITALIAN OCCUPANCY.
ROME, October 27. Italian naval forces have occupied Avalona, capital
of Albania. This is for relief of Inhabitants, who are without established
government, and to safeguard sanitary conditions of port.
BRITISH WOULD PUT KAISER ON HIS BACK.
STAFFORD, England, October 27. Admiral Sir Chas. Beresford has out
lined terms In which surrender of Germany must be made before war is
ended: Kaiser must be put on his back for sake of peace and liberty of
world. He must be humbled. His fleet must be taken from him to the last
warship. He must be forced to surrender Kiel canal and Germany must give
up her colonies. Then after forts along German border have been demolished
and Krupp gun works razed, Kaiser will be allowed to go. The really serious
plan of war, he says, is when Germans have been forced back to their own
base of supplies, but Allies must not desist until Kaiser is on his back, if
it takes six months or a year.
BLOODIEST FIGHTING OF THE WAR.
LONDON, October 27. Battle for possession of Belgian coast bordering
Straits of Dover, continues to be most sanguinary of war. Carnage fearful,
and continuous stream of reinforcements being sent to firing line. General
situation favorable. Allies gaining ground.
Advices from France report participation of British Indian troops in
action at la Basse, where they drove Germans from position by bayonet at
tack. Germans are again fortifying Antwerp.
SENTRY MADE A BREAK.
HONOLULU, October 27. American sentry, through misunderstanding
held up the captain of the Japanese cruiser Hizen on the dock yesterday.
Explanations cleared what might have ended in international difficulty.
GOOD NEWS OF TANJONG OLOK.
Fred Waterhouse reports good news from Tanjong Olok Rubber Company.
Big Increase in production.
Mrs. Fred Leslie, married to Captain Lone, of sloop "Molokai."
E.' M. Hoff died yesterday of heart trouble. Was well known.
WILFONG CASE REVERSED.
Supreme Court reversed Judge Parsons in Wflfong bankruptcy case.
JAPANESE CLAIM TO HAVE SUNK KAISERIN ELIZABETH.
HONOLULU, October 27. Consul Rodiek has been advised that Paris
admits Germans have crossed Yser, and that Japanese claim ot have sunk
cruiser Kaiserin Elizabeth at Kiauchau. No decision as to battles in East.
CLEAN SWEEP COMING IN TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
HONOLULU, October 28. Col. McCarthy plans clean sweep of office
when he assumes duty as treasurer. O. T. Shipman will succeed Forrest as
assessor in Hilo; A. V. Gear, or Drummond, will succeed Henry Hapai as
RECORD CROP PREDICTED.
' Sugar Factors Company estimate next season's crop at 615,000.
FULLAWAY BROUGHT THE BUGS.
Entomologist Fullaway returned from Africa last night with insect pest
destroyers. Thinks friut flies may be exterminated.
"RIDICULOUS LIES," READS RODIEK'S CABLE.
HONOLULU, October 28. Local German consul has received following:
"Don't care for newspaper talk. War situation very good. On west decisive
victory over north wing imminent. On east front, battle south of Warsaw
is going on successfully. News of Russian victories are of course ridiculous
CHILDS TO QUIT DAVIES.
HONOLULU, October 27. J. S. Childs quits Davies & Co. on January
1st. Will be succeeded by Lawrence Judd, of Alexander & Baldwin.
Manuel Gouveia, 18 years old, given four years for burglary.
Nearly $10,000 has been raised for war sufferers.
Defense In McCarn case accomplishes much work. Trial soon to end.
RUSSIANS SAY EVERYTHING LOVELY.
PETROGRAD, October 28. Reports from battlefront in Poland, East
Prussia, and Austria, continue to be most favorable and victories are recorded
on each of the three fronts. The success of main Russian army against Austria-German
armies, south of Warsaw, was pronounced in East Prussia where
troops of General von Mogen assumed aggressive. In region Bakalanwo,
Russians held their ground and repulsed Prussian advance west of Warsaw.
Some of the regiments which had made stand in forest around Radum have
been driven out and are retreating towards Vistula to effect junction with
Austrian troops. At Navo Alexandrina Russians captured 3000 men, 50
officers and number of guns. South of Przemysl, Russian advance steady,
Austrians yesterday being driven back from Turka and Shareneasto.
MANY AUSTRIANS WOUNDED.
LONDON, October 28. According to dispatch to Central News agency,
200,000 Austrian wounded have passed through Vienna.
BOERS ARE REVOLTING.
It is officially reported that De Wet and Beyers have taken lead in
Orange River colony and government officials have been seized and a revo
lution Is In view.
MANUEL JUST SPOILING TO FIGHT.
LONDON, October 28. Failing of acceptance In his offer to King George
to fight with the British troops, King Manuel, deposed monarch of Portugal,
has offered his services to Portugal with republio troops in war against
Portuguese minister is now here arranging for participation witn
Allies. Portugal will send 10,000 troops.
TOKIO, October 28. Second squadron of Japanese fleet at Tsingtau,
is engaged Im bombarding city. Part of fortifications destroyed, according
to official announcement.
SUN YAT SEN STARTS NEW REVOLUTION.
Dr. Sun Yat Sen's new revolution has started In China. Violent fighting
GERMANS SAY SITUATION IS ALL RIGHT.
BERLIN, October 28. Battle of Yser proceeding stubbornly. Germans
gradually gaining. Events of day between Ypres and Dixmonde, unimportant.
Southwest of Warsaw, have repulsed all attacks of Russians.
North of Ivangorod, Russians have crossed the Vistula.
German submarine reported rammed and sunk by British Badger, has
FRENCH REPORTS ARE EXUBERANT.
LONDON, October 28. Exultant reports of yesterday's battles In Bel
gium and along the Marne section of Allies right have been received In offi
cial statements from Paris and in reports from press correspondents with
army. According to these dispatches, Crown Prince has been thrown back
and greater part of his army forced out of France and back on line of Metz.
That portion of German force in the Vosges region is In extreme danger of
being cut off. .
In Belgium Allies are gradually pressing northward. Reports from
Netherlands Indicate great activity of Germans In hastening their defenses
of Antwerp, leading to belief that a general retirement behind prepared lines
along Sambre encircling Brussels, is contemplated as a near possibility on
part of von Kluk.
Reports agree that fighting at Ypres, where same positions were carried
and retaken time afte time at point of bayonet, has been bloodiest of all
war here.. For five days a British force held back quarter million Germans,
among whom slaughter was terrific.
PASSENGERS DROWN IN PANIC.
DOVER, October 27. French steamer Admiral Geauteanneu sunk at
mouth of Boulogne harbor, account of boiler explosion. Between 20 and 30
passengers were drowned in panic while boarding boats.
SUSPECTED STEAMER RELEASED.
LONDON, October 27. Steamer Brindilla, held for violation of rules re
garding carrying of contraband, released.
TIDE OF BATTLE HAS TURNED.
Statement from French headquarters today to effect that unyielding
German line has been broken after six weeks pressure of incessant fighting.
French have forced Germans across frontier at Nancy. Allies have assumed
offensive in Flanders. Germans seem to have encountered situation simi
lar to that of General von Kluk, commander of German right, when .he dashed
towards Paris and was halted. The onward sweep of Germans in Flanders
lias suddenly stopped.
GERMANY RELEASES JAPANESE.
WASHINGTON, October 27. Through efforts of American ambassador
at Berlin, under Instructions of State Department, 71 of a total 109 Japanese
held prisoners In Germany because of war, were liberated yesterday and
escorted to Zurich under care American consuls.. 38, some them children,
still being held.
BELGIAN FARMERS REACH AMERICA.
NEW YORK, October 27. First Belgian refugees to reach America
since war began, arrived yesterday. They are of best class of farmers.
MOST DREADFUL BATTLE IN HISTORY.
LONDON, October 27. All reports show that battle In Flanders Is most
ferocious In modern history.. Is still undecisive.
PARIS SAYS ALLIES ARE HOLDING FIRM.
PARIS, October 27. Spirited fighting continues between south of Yser
and Lens, northeast of Arras, where Allies have nowhere retired. Between
Ypres and Roulers, Belgium, the Allies continue to make progress. Between
Soissons and Berry-au-bac, artillery engagements have resulted in capture
cf several more of enemy's batteries. East of Nancy, French have resumed
SOME DETAILS OF TERRIFIC FIGHT.
LONDON, October 27. Times correspondent says most furious attack
of Germans along line of Yser, was at Ypres, where British during five
critical days checked 250,000 Germans. Enemy's artillery fire was terrible,
churning up entire fields and frequently buried soldiers in trenches. German
commanders had Emperor's orders to take French ports along English chan
nel. .Troops did utmost under fire that grilled the ranks and riddled them
with deadly hail. Germans repeatedly crossed Yser In charges made at night
and at times came within a few hundred yards of British lines. British
then charged with bayonets and Germans broke and fled. Sheer numbers
seemed to overbear British until Friday when reinforcements arrived and
Germans retired fifteen miles.
TRIED TO KILL VILLA. IS EXECUTED.
EL PASO, October 27. Attempt to assassinate Villa failed. Man exe
cuted for attempt was supporter of Carranza.
COMMERCE CARRIER STRIKES MINE.
BELFAST, October 28. The British steamer Manchester, with commer
cial cargo from Manchester for Montreal struck mine. Whereabouts not
stated. Captain and thirteen of crew drowned. Thirty saved.
GERMAN REPORTS INDEFINITE.
BERLIN, October 28. Several battles are taking place along rivers
San and Vistula on Russian frontier.
German attacks on Nieuport and Arras are less violent. Germans have
maintained positions north and east of Arras, southwest of La Basse. Have
made some progress.
THINK GERMANS EXPECT REVERSES.
LONDON, October 28. Tone of official statements sent from Berlin indi
cates preparedness to receive bad news from Russian front.
AMERICAN SHIP HELD UP.
GIBRALTAR, October 28. American ship Kroonland, with cargo of
copper, is held up here by British.
EMDEN GETS JAPANESE STEAMER THIS TIME.
BERLIN, October 28. German cruiser Emden has sunk Japanese steamer
enroute to Singapore.
AUSTRIANS AND GERMANS EXPELLED FROM HONGKONG.
HONGKONG, October 28. Austrian and German subjects have been ex
pelled from Chinese-Anglo territory.
PETROGRAD, October 28. Bombardment of Przemsyl by Russians con
tinues. BRITISH COMMANDER DEAD.
LONDON, Ocotber 28. Lt. Genl. Franklyn, commander 3rd division of
Kitchener's army, died suddenly yesterday.
DECREE IS MODIFIED.
BORDEAUX, October 28. Poincare has signed edict modifying decree
moratorium preparing gradual return to normal conditions.
WARNING TO SHIPOWNERS.
LIVERPOOL, October 28. The admiralty has issued warning to British
shipowners that German mines have been planted in North Island waters,
la now deemed unsafe for navigation within sixty miles of Tony Island.
DID VON BESELER SUICIDE?
ROTTERDAM, October 28. -Reported that General von Beseler, Ant
werp's conqueror, committed suicide at Bruges, Thursday.
CLAIMS GERMANS PRACTISE FRAUD.
WASHINGTON, October 28. British ambassador has filed complaint
against American consular agents signing passports to German and English
ports for Germans posing as British subjects. ,
WASHINGTON, October 28. Villa and Alata control delegates to con
ference called to settle disputes.
MATSON NAVIGATION CQ
268 llhrktl Strttt, San Trantlsce, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SCHEDULE
San Francisco Puget Sound
Hnwnllnn Inlnnd Arrive Wnu Un
Arrive Leave 6. P. uJrl "
Mauoa Sept I
Enterprise. ..Sept 5
Matsonia Sept 9
Ililonian Sept 10
Lurline Sept IS
Willieltmna.. Sept 23
tManoa Sept 29
Lurline Nov 10
Hynrtcs Nov 12
Mauoa Nov 24
Matsonia Dec 2
Enterprise ...Dec 3
Lurline Dec 8
Willieliniiia... Due 16
Manoa Dec 22
"Hyaeies Dec 24
M atson ia Dec , 30
Sept 13 Sept 19
Oct 4 Oct 10
Oct 25 Oct 31
Nov 15 Nov 21
Dec 6 Dec 12
Dec 27 Jan 2
Nov ' 9
PORTS OF CALL.
I' Jlia-( To Honolulu and Hilo.
fe. S. llhclmma I
S. S. Manoa To Honolulu and Kalutlui.
S. S. Lurline
Ion voy. 118 to Hilo direct,
on voy. 119 to all Ports via Puget
S. S. Hyades a..) to all Hawaiian Ports via Puget
S. S. Hilonian J Sound.
tMANOA on voy. 8 returns to S. F. via San Pedro. Arrives at San
Pedro Oct. 20 and leaves Oct. 21 for S. F. arriving Oct. 23.
Indicates that steamer -carries combustibles and freight
only (no passengers).
SUBTECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Uime dciblcZKaliuliii Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect Juno 4st, 1913
5 23 3 20
5 2 3 17
5 3 7
5 9 3 t5
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4 52 2 47
4 5i 2 46
4 45 2 40
4 44 2 39
4 4j2 35
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L, Haiku A
6 40:8 50
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0G 12,3 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. in., and connect
ing with the G:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried freo 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 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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