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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915.
Telegraph News of the Week.
QUAKES IN EUROPE CONTINUE.
ROME, January 20. Sem!-shock passed through Europe from Grecian
islands across Switzerland to Belfort on French border.
ALAMEDA RESCUES CREW OF DELHI.
JUNEAU, January 20. Steamer Delhi is In distress In Sumner Straits.
She was bound for North Alaska. Crew taken off on Alameda.
VILLA FORCES WIN FROM CARRANZA.
DOUGLAS, January 20. Villa forces of Yaqul Indians worsted Carranza
forces and evacuated Naco.
ROME, January 19. Second earthquake at Corenza today. No deaths.
GERMANS STRONGLY AGGRESSIVE.
AMSTERDAM, January 19. Germans started terrific drive against Ypres
in hope of breaking through British and Belgian lines to meet new offensive
move started. British reinforcements being rushed to scene.
BIG CONFLICT SEEMS IMMINENT.
Steady encroachment of French against German lines before Metz,
which has brought French almost within artillery range of northernmost
works, is likely to be met by vigorous offensive on part of Germans.
Two dramatic and spectacular night battles in Poland and Gallcla are
depicted In official announcements from Petrograd. Germans are still
making hard fight to break through Russian line before Warsaw without
North of Rawa Germans have twice attempted taking offensive and
ITALY CONTINUES TO SHAKE.
MONTBALLARD, January 20. Second severe earthquake shock felt
here. Inhabitants thrown from beds.
CRACOW'S POSITION GROWS DESPERATE.
BUDAPEST, January 20. Governor of Cracow ordered partial evacua
tion of stronghold. Women and children unfit for military duty to leave
within 48 hours. Banks transferred to Vienna because of menace of ap
Landstrum of empire called out includes men up to sixty years.
FRENCH SAY HOLDING OWN.
PARIS, January 20. One trench captured In furious charge by Ger
mans, in forest La Grurie, but we recaptured it.
Germans undermined trench in our position. We retained it In spite
GERMANS REPORT ADVANCES.
BERLIN, January 20. We have captured 200 yards of trenches at Notre
Dame Lorette. In Forest Argonne, 500 yards north of Sennheim, have
TURKS FIND BRITISH NAPPING.
CONSTANTINOPLE, January 20. In a night attack by Turks on Snaps
el Arab river, British garrison was surprised and 100 killed.
THE HAGUE, January 20. Dutch naval patrol, Roiton, has been sunk
NAVY NEEDS 10,000 MORE MEN.
WASHINGTON, January 20. Should trouble arise Admiral Fletcher
writes to committee on naval affairs, navy would be short 10,000 men.
BIG GOLD POOL DISSOLVED.
Capitalists who banded at beginning of war to form pool of $100,000,000
gold have dissolved.
ALABAMA ALLEGED MURDERER SAVED.
Supreme Court has stayed execution of Frank, charged with murder.
CHINESE STEAMSHIP LINE SOON.
WASHINGTON, January 20. American minister to Peking cables state
department new Chinese steamship line will shortly enter Pacific commer
cial field. Line to be financed by Joint stock company.. American and Chi
nese capital will figure. Chinese government guarantees dividends.
WE ASK TO KNOW.
WASHINGTON, January M State Department has asked British em
bassy why British cruiser stopped American steamer Greenbrier bcund
for Bremen with cotton.
CARRANZA WILL AGAIN OCCUPY CITY.
Carranza again on way to occupy Mexico City. His advent will not
be opposed by Garza, conventionist, who is about to evacuate city.
REPUBLICANS WORKING TO DELAY ACTION.
Three days filibuster against ship purchase bill by Burton, came to
end last night, when Burton yielded floor to Weeks of New York, who
will carry on filibuster until exhausted. Republicans will bring into play
every delay tactic of parliamentary practice.. Amendments will be offered
after speeches are done.
Government will take limited war risks and will insure cotton cargo
of steamship Dacia bound for Rotterdam.
ARMY MAY BOYCOTT HONOLULU.
HONOLULU, January 21. Officers of army threaten a boycott against
Honolulu if the;r automobiles are taxed
Grand Jury will Investigate open gambling in Honolulu.
Parson Smith, long resident Honolulu, died in Oakland.
Kuhio cables that protest against appeals bill arrived too late.
EX MAYOR GETS DEAD MAN'S JOB.
HONOLULU, January 20. Joe Fern appointed jailor, vice Asch, de
ceased. Hawaii gets $100,000 In riivers and Harbors bill.
Killing appeals to Supreme Court has passed the Senate.
GERMANS UNDERTAKING DESPERATE MOVE.
PETROGRAD, January 19. German forces in Poland continue efforts
to advance on west and southwest of Warsaw, although Russians are west
of right bank of Vistula and menace right and left flanks. German position
regarded as untenable.
ATHENS, January 19. Turkish authorities rigidly suppress news of
disaster to Moslem army in Caucasus.
COPENHAGEN, January 19. Socialists say peace must result In inter
PETROGRAD, January 19. Plight of Turks defeated in numerous en
gagements pitiable. Nine hundred perished on frozen ground.
SEBASTOPOL, January 19. Russian torpedo boats sank three Turkish
steamers on Bay of Sinope, in Black Sea.
FRENCH LOCE AND REGAIN POSITION.
LONDON, January 19. Report from Paris says: "We evacuated La
Boisselle after our ammunition depot was destroyed by explosion. After con
flagration was over we advanced and recaptured territory by vigorous counter
attack upon Germans, who had taken possession. Enemy bombarded St.
ROME, January 19. From all regions come injured. Trains laden with
them arriving to number of 3000. Many die enroute. Wolves and vicious
dogs feed on carcases. Two more towns have been added to list of places
destroyed and swell mortality loss.
RUSSIANS RESUME FIGHTING.
LONDON, January 19. Russians have resumed fighting on Vistula. Have
reoccupied several trenches.
SAY TURKS WERE BADLY ROUTED.
PETROGRAD, January 19. Turkish campaign in Caucasus a most mis
erable failure. Troops in most pitiable state of demoralization. Rout com
plete, fleeing from Russians. Nine thousand Turks taken prisoners.
WAR MAKES GREAT SUFFERING IN RUSSIA.
LODZ, January 18. Destitution here almost as bad as in Belgium. Coun
try laid waste, food supplies gone, and terror of Russian winter adds to suf
fering. Hotels and hospitals without heat or illumination. Most of inhabi
tants sit shivering and hungry.
GERMANS ACTIVE; FRENCH CLAIM SO.ME GAINS.
LONDON, January 18. German attacks shifting northward from Soissons
towards Albert. Northeast of this point German bayonet charge captured
French position, and similar tactical successes reported in Argonne where
several trenches reported captured. Paris bulletin contradicts this, claiming
progress at Pont A' Mousson, where Germans almost completely evacuated
forest of Lepretre. Berlin admits progress by French at Pont A'Mousson,
but says position was well contested. Heavy snow paralyzing movements in
Alsace and Vosges. British military eye witness, whose statements are given
out by official bureau, denies reported British advance north of Labasse. Says
no offensive has been undertaken this part of the line.
' FRENCH SAY POSITION IS STRONG.
SOISSONS, January 18. French artillery on heights south of river Aisne,
commands all approaches to this important point. French still hold bridge
heads and positions on south bank of river stronger than since retirement.
MANY HURT IN STRIKE RIOT.
ROOSEVELT, January 19. Fourteen shot, four mortally, In riot of strik
ers numbering 250 and 50 deputies, at American Agricultural and Chemical
WILSON CAN'T STOP EXPORTS FOOD STUFFS.
WASHINGTON, January 19. President Wilson told caller today he lacks
authority to place embargo on food stuffs to belligerent countries. Only Con
gress can do that.
SIX OF WRECKED BRIG'S CREW LOST.
LOS ANGELES, January 19. Six members Lurline crew drowned in
BOSTON, January 19. Embargo taken from Red Flag. Harvard's banner
may float in breeze.
SALEM, Oregon, January 18. Coyotes suffering from rabies attacking
domestic animals and herds In Oregon.
RUSSIAN COMMANDER DEAD.
LONDON, January 18. General Stoessel, who commanded forces Fort
RELIEF SHIP IN DISTRESS.
HALIFAX, January 18. Big relief ship Vamina, with supplies for Bel
glum, lost rudder and is in distress. Boats have gone to assistance.
QUEEN OF SPAIN HAS BEEN ILL.
MADRID, January 18. Queen Victoria of Spain is recovering from severe
GERMANS DRIVEN FROM POSITION.
PARIS, January 18. Important position on Belgian coast held by Ger
manss destroyed by artillery fire and Germans forced to evacuate. Trenches
RUSSIANS REPORT VICTORIES OVER ALL FOES.
PETROGRAD, January 18. Ottoman 11th corps, practically exterminated,
according to reports sent abroad. Many prisoners fall into hands of Slavs.
Austrians said to be losing heavily in Poland, while Germans are fighting
desperately.. After eight bayonet attacks, Germans took outpost trench at
ALLIES LOSS HEAVY, SAYS BERLIN.
BERLIN, January 18. During fighting of last four weeks Allies have lost
20,000 killed and nearly as many captured.
VANCOUVER, January 17. Nine members of crew of Glenroy, dis
charged on arrival, proceeded to Montreal.. They were resevists.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 17. Tanker Maumaco will not be launched
until arrival of President Wilson and Secretary Daniels.
SANK EIGHT TURKISH TRANSPORTS.
PETROGRAD, January 17. Russian Black Sea fleet sank eight trans
ports loaded with troops being taken to Anapolia. Two great forward move
ments, with Russian center holding firm, threatens entire German and Aus
trian forces operating in Poland.
HONOLULU, January 19. Governor has reached decision In Kauai rail
Settlement of government building question it is predicted will result
in building boom.
Kinney did not arrive today.
Supreme Court sustains Judge Whitney in case probate Davis estate, in
volving $1000, which must be paid by administrator to child of D. H. Davis.
HONOLULU, January 19. Starting tomorrow, rate to coast by cable
will be 25 cents per word.
BIG GAMBLING GAME RAIDED.
HONOLULU, January 19. Gambling game raided on charge by Herman
Kubey. Chinese storekeeper from Kohala will be brought down as witness.
Said to have lost $1800 before holidays.
Attorney Kinney expected to arrive this morning to take up contest of
Japanese Chronicle and Wm. Welch before bankruptcy court.
Bar Association favors appeals to Ninth Circuit Federal Court.
HONOLULU, January 18. Moana Hotel will remove pier from beach.
HONOLULU, January 18. Ewa declared dividend of percent today.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 19. British steamer Algos sold to American
owners yesterday and registry changed.
WASHINGTON, January 18 Public buildings bill, which passed House,
limits cost of site to $250,000.
EARTHQUAKE DAMAGE IS GREAT.
ROME, January 18. Damage from Italian earthquake, $60,000,000. Great
mountains cracked open by force of tremblor. Mt. Plzzodeta sliced in twain.
MANY BODIES HIDDEN BENEATH RUINS.
ROME, January 18. Eleven quakes recorded yesterday, greatly increas
ing fears of people. Avazzano had second shock in morning. Here work of
rescue goes on without interruption. Esitmated 12,000 dead have been burled
in debris of town. Only 500 bodies recovered at midnight. Trainloads of
supplies now arriving. '
BIG SQUADRON COMING IN MARCH.
HONOLULU, January 18. Five battleships expected here when Secre
tary Daniels arrives.
TO INVESTIGATE HIGH WHEAT PRICES.
WASHINGTON, January 16. President orders Attorney-General to in
vestigate violations of law in phenomenal rises of wheat and flour.
QUAKES STILL CONTINUE IN ITALY.
ROME, January 17. Ninety-eight distinct shocks in past twenty-four
hours in rural districts. Very small proportion of inhabitants escaped injury
or death. Floods, famine and intense cold experienced. '
WELL KNOWN HONOLULAN DEAD.
HONOLULU, January 17 Julius Asch, county jailor, died last night.
Waiahole water will be ready for Oahu Plantation cane in six weeks.
KUHIO DOESN'T WANT HELP.
Kuhio cables it is not necessary to send McClellan to help In harbor
WORST DISASTER IN ITALY'S HISTORY.
ROME, January 16. Estimated deaths from earthquake vary so much
that no definite number can be estimated. Was worst disaster of kind ever
experienced In Italy. Whole towns wiped out with walls as though crushed
in machine. . Many who escaped death are still lying under debris. One
hundred towns destroyed. Marconi active with succoring parties as was
Ambassador Page and King Victor Emmanuel.'
POPE PROPOSES EXCHANGE OF WOUNDED.
Pope Benedict interested in men wounded In war. Proposes an exchange
because many of them will never be able to go back. Those who will recover
asked to give agreement not to engage in war again.
MATSON NAVIGATION CQ.
26$ Market Street, San Tranciseo, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
San Francisco Hawaiian Islands Pugct Sound
Cl,,m, Leave PUCET SOL iN D Hnwnllan lulnndu Arrlvo Voy.
Olcailltr s F Arrive Leave Arrive I.pbvb 8. F. No. r
tLurlino . . Jan. 5 .Tan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 27 7!)
Wilhelmina Jan. 13 Jan. 19 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 65
'Hilonian . Jan. 11 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Feb. 1 Fob. 10 Feb. 2 65
Manoa . . . Jan. 19 Jan. 2G Feb. 2 Feb. 10 84
Matsonia . . Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 14
tLurline . . Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 1C Feb. 24 80
Hyades . . Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 23 Mar. 3 Mar. 13 51
Enterprise Feb. 6 Feb. 14 Feb. 24 Mar. 5 120
Wilhelmina Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 24 Mar. 2 6G
Manoa . .. Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Mar. 2 Mar. 10 13
Matsonia . . Feb. 24 Mar. 2 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 15
Hilonian . Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 15 Mar. 24 Apr. 1 85
tLurline . . Mar. 2 Mar. 9 Mar. 16 Mar. 24 81
Wilhelmina Mar.. 10 Mar. 16 Mar. 24 Mar. 30 67
Enterprise Mar. 13 Mar. 21 Mar. 31 Apr. 9 121
Manoa . .. Mar. 16 Mar. 23 Mar. 30 Apr. 7 14
Hyades . . Mar. 18 Mar. 21 Mar. 27 Apr. 6 Apr. 14 Apr. 24 52
Matsonia . . Mar. 24 Mar. 30 Apr. 7 Apr. 13 16
tLurline . . Mar. 30 Apr. 6 Apr. 13 Apr. 21 82
PORTS OF CALL.
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahulul.
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Matsonia..
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline. . ..
S.S. Erterprise to Hilo direct. ,
S. S. Hilonian ) To all Hawaiian Torts via
S. S. Hyades l'uget Sound.
Lurline Sailing Jan. 5 1
Feb. 16 y
Mar. 10 I
Receive Freight for
Port Allen and
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
t Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
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1. All trains dally except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. ra., arriving at Kahulul at 5:50 a. m., and connecting 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
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Tassenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES.
A List of High Grade Securities Mailed on Application.
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