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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914.
Telegraph News of the Week
THIS CONGRESSMAN WANTS BIG NAVY.
WASHINGTON, November 10. Representative Robert of Massachusetts,
predicts Increased naval building for United States as lesson of European war.
MEXICAN MESS GETTING WORSE.
WASHINGTON, November 10. Situation In Mexico assuming seriousness
that worries government officials here considerably. American marines land
cd at Acapulco yesterday and place occupied. Were landed at urgent request
of residents. Rioting at Vera Cruz and looting In City of Mexico reported.
National bank sacked by mob led by Constitutionalist soldiers. Other dis
orders reported, though Carranza has issued ultimatum and proposes to act
as head of republic until Gutierrez assumes presidency and appoints cabinet.
WASHINGTON, November 10. Three Turkish cabinet ministers, repre
senting peace party, have resigned.
PREDICT HIGHER SUGAR.
HONOLULU, November 10. Possibility of sugar going ot $120.00.
THOMAS LEAVES McCARN IN SADDLE.
Special prosecutor Thomas leaves for coast today.
JARED SMITH TO COLLEGE OF HAWAII.
Jared G. Smith succeeds F. R. G. Krauss, in chair of agronomy, College
SHINGLE OPTIMISTIC ON SEVERAL THINGS.
HONOLULU, November 10. Robt. W. Shingle returned by Matsonia from
coast, says strong G. O. P. sentiment in States. Federal building bill slated
for early action, he says.
SAME CONTRADICTORY STORIES.
LONDON, November 11. Reports of Russian reverses at hands of East
Prussians come by wireless from Berlin And Vienna; while Petrograd reports
German and Austrian defeat by Russians.
CLAIMS GERMANS ASKED FOR PEACE.
Advices to London Post from Rome say: "Germans alarmed at Russian
successes. Made offers of peace which were rejected."
From Amsterdam come dispatches confirming Germans are transferring
cavalry and artillery from western to eastern frontier. Russian lack of artil
lery has been compensated everywhere by preponderance of infantry. Freez
Ing and hardening of roads has accelerated movements of Russians. Germans
have abandoned hope and are returning to Poland, as shown by destruction
of bridges on their retreat, and damage to roads wherever possible. Interest
of Germany now centering in operations on eastern frontier.
Beginning operations not actually announced. Further report of victory
by Germans before Wierballen announced.
SAY TURKEY WOULD LIKE TO QUIT.
From Berlin comes reports of religious threats from hierarchy of Moham
medan religion against those Mohammedans now fighting under British flag,
against powers of whom Turkey is active ally. Turkey depressed over dam
age already inflicted by Russians. Ottoman empire is repenting rash adven
ture and may soon stop fighting.
RUSSIAN REPORTS SANGUINE.
Dispatch from Petrograd sanguine. German army attempting Polish In
vasion by way Nieman river, is stubbornly resisting Russian advance from
prepared positions before Lyck. Yesterday three positions were taken by
Russians and Germans were forced back towards Mazouria Lake.
FOG LIFTS AND FIGHTING RESUMED.
LONDON, November 11. Official from Paris says: "Fog which has
hampered operations near sea coast, is abating and Germans are attempting
to pierce Allies lines by frontal attack south of Dixemude. Particularly vio
lent encounter took place early In day between Armentieries and sea. Both
sides alternatively on defensive. German attack south of Ypres repulsed."
EMDEN DID MUCH DAMAGE. ;
LONDON, November 11. The Emden had destroyed British ships valued
TALTAL, Chili, November 11. Four German warships sighted from hree
steaming up coast.
EMDEN LOST HEAVILY BEFORE CAPTURE.
LONDON, November 11. Capt. von Muller and Prince Francis Joseph,
officers of Emden, taken prisoners by Sydney. Neither wounded. Emden lost
200 killed and 30 wounded. Two funnels of Emden shattered by Sydney's
cannonade. In flames first hour after battle.
ANOTHER GERMAN WARSHIP ROUNDED UP.
LONDON, November 11. Heavy German cruiser Koenigsberg is bottled
up Mafia Island, near Zanzibar. British blocked harbor entrance.
RUSSIANS SOON TO STORM CRACOW.
PETROGRAD, November 11. Russian Cossacks are raiding within 20
miles of Austrian stronghold, Cracow. Advance of Russians is serious. Com
mander of Cracow has ordered civilians to leave city Immediately. Prezmysl,
Austrian fortress, occupied by Russians, was later given up, now reinvested
BERLIN CLAIMS TURKISH SUCCESSES.
BERLIN, November 11. Official from Turkey says Russians driven to
second line of defenses in Caucasus. On other side Turks have taken El
Arish, near Egypt boundary and Palestine, important water supply port.
SERVIA CRUMPLING BEFORE AUSTRIANS.
VIENNA, November 11. Gevere fighting between Austrian and Servian
forces taking place at foot of Mountain Shabaz. Ausrtians advanced in sev
eral district. Captured prisoners and guns.
DESTROYED WHILE AT DANGEROUS JOB
TOKIO, November 11. Torpedo boat No. 33, sunk while dragging mines
in Kiauchau Bay. Majority of sailors rescued.
CARRANZA WANTS AMERICAN TROOPS TO GO.
WASHINGTON, November 11. Severe fighting is taking place in suburbs
of City of Mexico. Zapata forces are attacking eight miles south of capital.
Carranza accedes to-.demand by United States regarding evacuation of
Vera Cruz by American forces occupying that city. This refers to guarantees
demanded by United States that those Mexicans who afforded assistance
to army of occupation be not molested on that account. Carranza's action
is believed to be based on a desire to have American troops leave country as
soon as possible in order that there may be no outside interference in his
campaign against Villa.
FREE SUGAR SURE, SAYS SHINGLE.
HONOLULU, November 11. Shingle says free sugar is certainty.
NO SELLING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Department of Education will not allow Red Cross seals to be sold in
WOMAN ALLEGED PERJURER.
Kate Welsh on trial for perjury.
WHITEHOUSE AGAIN SLATED.
HONOLULU, November 11. Whitehouse will probably be next County
WISE AND HAPAI TO BE TAKEN CARE OF.
John Wise Is to be secretary to Mayor Lane. Rumor says Henry Hapai
will be Deputy County Treasurer.
SUGAR OUTLOOK PROMISING.
McBryde opens legal way to pay dividends at special meeting. Price of
sugar Increasing. Prompts held at $85.40.
BRITISH CRAFT SUNK BY GERMANS.
LONDON, November 12. British torpedo boat Niger torpedoed by Ger
man submarines and foundered in the Downs. All of crew rescued.
SMALL CRAFT ONLY AT TSINGTAU.
VANCOUVER, November 12. At Tsingtau Germans lost one unprotected
cruiser, five gunboats and a mine layer. The largest German ship found sunk
In harbor Is the unprotected cruiser Cormoran, sister of Geier.
GERMANS WIN FROM ALLIES.
LONDON, November 12. Desperate fighting and heavy losses on both
sides. Germans forced way through French line near Dixemude Tuesday,
and occupied town. This gives Germans position on east bank Yser, passage
of which may be next attempted. Battle here shows that statements of Ger
mans sending troops east, were incorrect.
Battle in Belgium now raging with increased fury. While admitting re
verses, French war office says position of Allies remains unbroken.
GERMAN REPORT OF VICTORY.
BERLIN, November 12. "Good progress made yesterday. Stormed Dixe
mude, capturing 500 men, nine machine and driven enemy from Steolol,
despite British counterattack. We continue to hold dominating heights north
LONDON, November 12. Military experts declare war will end next
spring. A few continue to believe war will be a long one.
King George opened parliament yesterday.
Experts are astonished at Russian advance in Poland fourteen miles
daily for eighteen days. Przemysl has been Invested by Russians for second
Rebels are given till 21st Inst, to surrender in South Africa.
PROHIBITION AND BOXING.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 12. Prohibition becomes law in state of
Washington, January 1st, 1916.
Local fight promoter will contest boxing at Olympic, on 12th.
EVACUATION OF MEXICO BEING CONSIDERED.
WASHINGTON, November 12. Wilson and Bryan had three-hour con
ference yesterday to determine question of evacuation of Vera Cruz by Amer
THOMAS WON'T TAKE SECOND PLACE.
HONOLULU, November 12. Thomas declined second position yesterday.
ROSE AGAIN CHECKMATED. t
Sheriff Rose makes another attempt to get Kalakiela Into office and is
foiled by chairman Bodge.
WILL LOOK INTO ROAD SCANDAL."
Chamber of Commerce has taken up scandal of Koolaupoko $16,000 per
McBRYDE TAKES NEW START.
McBryde Sugar Co. decreased capitalization and starts with clean slate.
CLOTHING FOR BELGIANS.
Street collections of clothing for Belgians carried on yesterday, auto
trucks visiting homes throughout city for the purpose.
SUGAR SHOWS ADVANCE.
Cable to Alexander and Baldwin yesterday quotes January sugar sales
4.15, with 4.27 offered. Market advancing.
THE LADY WEEPS.
HONOLULU, November 12. Mrs, Kate Welsh on trial for perjury wept
as letters from Medeiros and to him were read in court, during trial yesterday.
WON'T LET CARTER RESIGN.
Carter's resignation as president of Chamber of Commerce was laid on
AMERICAN RELIEF STARTS FOR BELGIUM.
PHILADELPHIA, November 12. American relief steamer Belgian sailed
today with 1900 tons food for Belgian sufferers.
THINK GERMANS DETERMINED TO REACH COAST.
LONDON, November 12. German capture of Dixemude was accomplished
at cost of terrific losses. Calais is only fifty miles away. Dunkirk nearer.
Germany's determined capture of Dixemude confirms belief that German
purpose is to cleave way to French coast at any cost unless defeated before
goal is reached.
FIGHTING BUT NO RESULTS.
PETROGRAD, November 12. Along battle line in Belgium and France
there are alternate advancements and retirements without Important results.
AUSTRIAN TROOPS WIPED OUT.
NISH, November 12. Number of Austrian infantry battalions with quick
fire guns, which crossed Danube near Szedervo, on Monday, annihilated by
Servians In counter attack. All survivors captured, numbering 2000.
SAY GERMANS ARE DIRECTING TURKS.
PETROGRAD, November 12. General staff Russian army In Caucasus
says Turkish soldiers taken captive report German officers directed attempt
to envelope Russians. Vienna admits armies withdrawn from Galicia. Also
that investment of Przemysl is complete.
BERLIN SAYS TURKS HAVE WON.
BERLIN, November 12. Turkish official reports says Russian completely
defeated after two days fighting. Frontier Turks now occupy Russian
GOEBEN BADLY DAMAGED.
PETROGRAD, November 12. Dispatch from Constantinople says Allies
in recent bombardment of Dardanelles, struck Turco-German cruiser Goeben,
shell piercing water line. Damage serious.
TURKS LOSE TORPEDO BOAT.
LONDON, November 12. Turkish torpedo boat has been captured off
Tenedos, in Aegean Sea.
MORE RELIEF SUPPLIES TO GO SOON.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 13. Steamer Camino will. take supplies
from here to Belgium sufferers; having been chartered by relief committees.
MURDERED BY TRAINED NURSE.
SAN ANTONIO, November 13. A trained nurse murdered Otto Koehler,
a brewer of this place. Says in self defense. Afterwards attempted suicide.
Is under arrest.
GHENT MUST PAY $50,000.
AMSTERDAM, November 13. War levy on Ghent fixed at $50,000. ...
NO PERJURY, SAYS JURY.
HONOLULU, November 13. Kate Welsh freed on perjury charge.
HAWAII LANDINGS TO HAVE ATTENTION.
Harbor commission will tour Big Island and spend some time in Hilo.
PICKPOCKET GETS STIFF SENTENCE.
Filipino was sentenced yesterday to five years for picking pockets.
WAR RELIEF FUND.
The War Relief Fund Committee, ol Honolulu, through Mrs. F. F. Bald
win, of Maui, have opened subscription lists in Wailuku with Messrs. H. B.
Penhallow and C. D. Lufkin.
Those desiring to contribute to this Fund may do so by calling on either
of the above gentlemen, who will undertake to see that the Funds are trans
mitted to the Committee in Honolulu without charge or doduclon.
Conributions can be made to the General Fund or for the benefit of
any one particular country. tf.
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SCHEDULE
San Francisco Puget Sound
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Enterprise. ..Sept 5
Matsonia Sept 9
Hilonian ...Sept 10
Wilbelmtna.. Sept 23
fManoa -.Sept 29
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iviauoa uci 27
Matsonia Nov 4
Lurline Nov 10
Hyades Nov t2
Manoa Nov 24
Matsonia Dec 2
Enterprise ...Dec 3
Lurline Dec 8
Manoa Dec 22
Hyades -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 Jan 2
tlnwallsn lolnncU Arrive U.y U
Arrive Leve 8. P. ,,u'
Sept 8 Sept 15 Sept 22 7 -
Sept 13 Sept 23 Oct 3 118
Sept 15 Sept 23 Sept 29 9
Sept 28 Oct 7 Oct 15 81
Sept 22 Sept 29 Oct 6 76
Sept 29 Oct 7 Oct 13 61
Oct 6 Oct 13 Oct 23 8
Oct 20 Oct 28 Nov 7 48
Oct 13 Oct 21 Oct 27 10
Oct 20 Oct 27 Nov 3 77
Oct 27 Nov 4 Nov 10 62
Nov 9 Nov 18 Nov 26 82
Nov 3 Nov 10 Nov 17 9
Nov 10 Nov 18 Nov 24 11
Nov 17 Nov 24 Dec 1 78
Dec I Dec 9 Dec 19 49
Nov 24 Dec 2 Dec" 8 63
Dec 1 Dec 8 Dec 15 10
Dec 8 Dec 16 Dec 22 12
Dec 22 Dec 30 Jan 9 119
Dec 15 Dec 22 Dec 29 79
Dec 22 Dec 30 Jan 5 64
Dec 29 Jan 5 Jan 12 11
Jan 12 Jan 20 Jan 30 50
Jan s Jan 13 Jan 19 13
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia. ...
S. S. Wilhelmina.
S. S. Manoa
S. S. I.urline
S. S. Enterprise
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahului.
on voy. 118 to Hilo direct.
on voy. 119 to all Ports via Puget
S. S. Hyades ) to all Hawaiian Ports via Puget
S. S. Hilonian J Sound.
fMANOA on voy. 8 returns to S. F. via San Pedro. Arrives at an
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 3able"3Cahului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913
P M I P M I r M
5 33 3 30 1 25
5 23:3 20 1 15
5 20 3 17
5 1 3 07
5 9 3 05
5 00,2 55
4 58 2 53
4 52 2 47
4 44 2 39
4 4oj2 35
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.. Kahului ..
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2.56 223 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 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Ixcal Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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