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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915.
Telegraph News of the Week.
HONOLULU, Much 10. More affidavits filed in Smart case.
Fred Knight It ft San Francisco today on Wilhelmina to answer charges
made by Smart. New battle over will to begin.
GENEVA, March 10. International warships sailed presumably
for Dardanelles, redoubling rumors Italy is to participate in war.
WASHINGTON. March 11 Carranza says foreigners should
leave the country rather than take chances with what he may not be
able to control. Disturbances caused by merchants refusing to do busi
ness rather than pay taxes imposed by Obrcgan .
Captain Kline of the ship W. V. Frye, says vessel was boarded by
German auxiliary cruiser. Captain's papers were demanded and told
ship was prize. Proceeded to dump cargo of wheat overboard and then
dynamite vessel. Was north of Cape Horn two months before Britain
said food stuffs would be contraband. Matter will be investigated by
State Department. ,
NEW YORK. March 11. Harry Thaw is ill with rheumatism. He
will go on the stand today.
W ASHINGTON. March 10. ith reports from Mexico City
bringing graver news as to situation there, United States is assembling
record breaking fleet ready for active service. Secretary Daniels says :
"Never in history of navy has such powerful fleet been assembled for
active service as that m command ot Admiral I letcher at Uuantanamo
Consists of 19 battleships, 29 torpedo boat destroyers, flagship and ten
der; also 2 armored cruisers and 1 light cruisers and gunboats. Reserve
10 destroyers at Key W est, Fla., at l'ensacola, 6 submarines, 4 tenders,
aircraft and mine layers.
NEWPORT NEWS. Ya., March 10. Auxiliary German war ves
sel, Prinz Eitel Fredcrich. converted from merchantman, arrived today
in need of repairs and provisions. Carried 300 prisoners from Allies
NEW YORK, March 10. American steamer Yigilancia, from Sa
vannah for Bremen carrvins cotton, taken to Kirkwall by British cruiser.
LONDON, March 10. Reported retirement of von Ilindenberg's
armies from northen 4'oland marked as failure of whole effort to in
vade Russia from East Prussia. Desperate fighting going on in north
ern Poland with advantage slightly in favor of Russians. Terrible
losses inflicted upon Germans in France.
German chancellor made statement in Reichstag Wednesday, stat
ing terms on which Germany will make peace.
German arsenal at Antwerp blown up, killing fourteen men on
BERLIN, March 10. Potato tickets are being issued in Wil
helmsdorf same as bread tickets.
LONDON, March 10. Official statement from admiralty shows
three Briitsh marchantmen sunk by Germans on Tuesday. Crews were
THE HAGUE, March 10. Germany has sent formal letter of
regret that American representative's official mail had been molested.
Was result of error.
LONDON, March 10. Kalid Bahar and Cedje Kepedjc totally
destroyed by latest bombardment. These towns were at narrowest
points on straits of Dardanelles.
ROME, March 10. Italy still showing tendency to get into the
war, and there is intense excitement throughout the kingdom. Devel
opments indicate Austria may be attacked by troops. Roumania also
ready to put troops into field. Situation in Greece less warlike but
Bulgaria thinks seriously of striking at Turkey. New Greek cabinet
has been formed by Gounaris.
WASHINGTON, March 10. First chief of Carranza has com
piled answer to note of protest sent by consul Silliman. Carranza, in
advices to Washington, stated conditions in Mexico due to mahchina
tions of citizens who are enemies. Wilson has not yet rrude ultimatum
but protection to foreigners is insisted upon and strong naval demons
tration made before Vera Cruz for compliance.
SACRAMENTO, March 10. Governor Johnson has noted objec
tions to a divi ion of the state of California.
PARIS, March 9. Reports say Bulgaria is in throes of interna
tional crisis over question of neutrality. If she fights, will join Allies
Premier Radoslavoff overthrown by king's influence, premier desiring
immediate attack upon Adnanople, provided Greece joins Allies.
Greecian course still undetermined.
PEKING, March 9. Chinese foreign minister today received com
munication from Japan, which China interprets as implying that unless
Tokio's demands are accepted before March 12, Japan will employ force
to carry them out. Communication is not considered an ultimatum
Yuen Shi Kai decided to agree w ith such demands as he considers pos
sible to meet.
PETROGRAD, March 9. Bombardment of Zunguldiak Bende
regli by Allies warships, is severe blow to Turkish fleet operating in
inner Dardanelles, as it deprives warships of principal coaling base.
emi-othcially reported coal chutes were destroyed.
M'mi-oinciai statement concerning battling in eastern zone says
Germans' left is returning in Poland; the center holding Simno; and
the right, within 8 miles of Last Prussian frontier.
WASHINGTON, March 9. Wilson stated today that Carrar.zi
has been called upon to protect foreigners in Mexico City. Carranza's
preliminary reply to representations of Silliman regarding conditions
at Capital, contain denial that conditions are as pictured. President says
r.o ultimatum was sent Carranza.
Carranza's agent claims Carranzaistas have captured Monterey
Secretary of War Garrison stated today no army movements are
contemplated as result ot Mexican situation.
WASHINGTON, March 9. Official reports from Berlin sav in
Lorette fight Germans took two trenches from French. Engagements
still continue in Champagne district, near Souain.
In northwest Lenesnil, enemy is ready to attack. Hindered by Ger
HONOLULU, March 9. John Cassidy, who built first telephone
line in Hawaii, died this morning after an operation.
LONDON, March 9. Latest from front shows no decisive at any
point. Immediate future combatants deadlocked at many places. Others
fight at long range.
SAN DIEGO, March 9. Thrilling demonstration of value of
aviator's life belt was carried through today in the presence of General
Sciven and other officers. Inventor's claim that aviator need not lose
life after break down, was proven. Tiny Broadwick, 18-year old daugh
ter of inventor, carried out test. With, belt strapped 'about her, she
leaped from aeroplane 1400 feet in air, dropped like bullet for 200
feet then parachute opened and she sailed down slowly.
AMSTERDAM, March 9. Reports to the Telegraph siv Tl urs
day Zeppelin 18, wrecked during flight. Motors deranged and' machine
crashed into trees. Seventeen of 47 of crew killed.
PETROGRAD, March 8. Russian Black Sea fleet bombarded
Zunguldiak Koziin Kilinilia Sunday. Explosions destroyed structures
and f oits stt inc.
PARIS, March 9. Official statement from minister stated last
night French-British fleet yesterday bombarded Dardanelles, making sat-
WASHINGTON, March 9. Three battleships ordered to Vera
Cruz to join Delaware, now there. Foreigners exposed to violence and
in danger of starvation, smallix, and typhoid fever.
Schooner owners fought ship purchase bill. Stated they feared
if United States purchased ships and found it could not maintain them
would re-sell steamers acquired to coastwise shippers, bringing ships so
purchased into coastwise competition with schooner owners.
NEW YORK, March 9. Jury to try Harry Thaw for conspi: v
to escape Matteawan, completed today and trial begun.
ROME. March 8. Increasingly acute situation in Balkans affect-1
ing Greece and Italy brought out today. Alexandria Zaimis will organ- j
lze new cabinet. Premier Venizelos and King Constantine split today
over king's stand for national neutrality. Bulgarian premier promised
soon to state his position. Italian public opinion aroused but not indi
cated government policy had been changed.
PARIS, March 8. French newspapers say 3000 Germans were
lost in attack on Notre Dame de la Lotte. Says Germans captured
three lines French trenches but were repulsed in night counter attack.
PETROGRAD, March 8. Official Russian bulletin today admits
Austrians have taken offensive on south. Also admits German de
fenses in Northern Poland. Operations stiffened to point of dead
locking Russian forces.
AMSTERDAM, March 8. Heavy firing can be heard somewhere
in North Sea. Big naval battle reported.
LONDON, March 8. Announcement from Petrograd that jreat
battle is developing left of Vistula, west and south-west of Warsaw,
shifts interest in eastern situation to new field.
Berlin and Petrograd hint of vital operations soon to begin. Pro
longed desperate fighting in Carpathians remains indecisive.
WASHINGTON, March 8. Reported administration has aband
oned iiolicv of "watchful waitinn" in re acute Mexican crisis. Note
sent to Carranza, chief of Constitutionalists, intimates serious conse
ciucnces possible if welfare of foreigners is disregarded. Contents of
note kept secret but is intimated contains neither threat nor ultimatum
but is formal warning and is strongest representation ever made to
Cruiser Tacoma ordered from Guantanamo Bay to Vera Cruz, be
cause of grave situation.
HONOLULU, March 8. Two opium suspects arrested by Smiddy
but no dope found.
Cecil Brown suffered another stroke of paralysis on Thursday.
EL PASO, March 8. Villa is again on march on way to Aguas
BERLIN, March 8. German attacks south and east of Rawa
highly successful. Russians thrown back position after position. 34r,0
PARIS, March 18. Reports say Teutons' offensive has failed sig
nally. Series of assaults in Vosges repulsed by Allies. Germans losing
many prisoners. Total captures by Germans in war, 821,000 men.
PETROGRAD, March 8. Russians and Austro-Germans develop
ing another big conflict on Pilica river. East Prussian situation clearing
rapidly. In latest fighting Germans lost 500 prisoners and three mach
ine guns. Austrian detachment attempting to cross San river trapped
and annihilated .
BERLIN, March 8. Turks have repulsed Allies attempt to land
force, while French have gained control in fortified positions in woods
west of Perthes.
LONDON, March 8. Greece faces acute crisis and hangs on
verge of war. King has taken positive stand for strict neutrality, but
former premier says his party will not sustain sovereign, bituation re
ported to be growing serious. Zaimis, who is for peace and a friend
of Constantinople, has been offered premiership with view to averting
LONDON, March 6. Official reports from various belligerents
today contradictory paritcularly on eastern situation. Petrograd and
Berlin announcements conflict on results vigorous Russian offensive.
Berlin reports Russian attack ineffective. .Allies official bulletin claim
advance on Champagne.
PETROGRAD, March 6. Believed here Austro-German move
ments in Bukowina directed against Russian invaders failed and Teu
tons will soon be obliged to evacuate province.
LONDON, March 6. Following results of war on British com
merce shown in February reports, English imports increased $16,075,000
and exports decreased $75,425,000.
MADRID, March 6. Congress of democrats in session. Lamego
proclaimed general Barre president of republic northern Portugal.
LONDON, March 6. French Liner La Touraine, carrying 38
cabin passengers, 433 steerage, reported afire. Five steamers gone to
rescue. Vessel carried war supplies.
WASHINGTON, March 8. According to dispatches from City
of Mexico yesterday, thousands of men, women and children facing
starvation, unless speedy relief is afforded. General Obregan refuses to
rescind order. Many people start for Vera Cruz on foot. Carranza
is asked by United States to give protection to foreigners.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8. Sugar men will attack free lijt.
Mi nufacturers will petition President to abrogate new schedule in favor
of H.i'vaii. Interest not represented in big cimvenivon that opens today!
NEW YORK, March 8. Another fight for Harry Thaw's liberty
will begin here today. This one is the outgrowth of his escape from
NEW YORK, March 6. Rome dispatch says reserve non-com-
missioned olhcers of four classes called to color -because war crisis.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 6. Resta, winner of Grand Prix race
last Saturday, was in lead for Vanderbilt cup at end of first half auto
(.lassie this afternoon.
HONOLULU, March 6. New York rumors of four more Euro
pean countries becoming involved in conflict coming from war zone.
Chamber of Deputies of R Rumania cons'dering $40,000,000 credit for
military purposes, and calling 1915 recruits ot colors. Greet: crown
council deliberating on intervention.
Today Dardanelles Straits reported cleared of mines one-third of
LONDON, March 6. General success after day of hard fight
ing along almost all entire eastern tront is claimed by Allies. In
France, the French captured two German companies and gained 650
yards of trenches. Beating back Germans counter attacks in Argonne
and Champagne district.
Russians have reentered Bukowina.
FLORENCE, March 6. Earthquakes around central Italy yes
terday terrified population anew, although these amounted only to
TOKIO, March 6. Yacht Ayslia said to be mined by survivors of
the Lmden, is reported in Indian waters.
MADRID, March 6. Reports from provinces tell of growing
unrest among population because business depressed account war.
Bread riots taking place in some sections.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 6. Fowler found guilty of murder of
rassett yesterday. Imprisonment for life.
The millionth ticket of admission to exposition was sold yester
Local building trades council raising big fund for defense o
Caplan and Schmidt, charged complicity dynamiting with McNamara
OTTOWA, March 6. Government has announced tri-weekly
treight service between Canada and France for carrying supplies.
CHICAGO, March 6. Two men arrested as robbers of West
minster bank four years ago, while passing some of the stolen money
ot bank here today.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 6. Coast exposition management
announces big coast to Hawaii yacht race with finish off Diamond
Head, lo be sailed June 12.
wvsmivJivjiN, 'Aiarcn o. An acute crisis in Mexico may
force intervention of international forces similar to that which invaded
China at time of Boxer uprising. Urged at Washington. President
Wilson now faces necessity of action.
City of Mexico on verge of starvation, while Carranza's m-
mander refuses to permit aid from any source.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
c(a,,. Leave PUOET SOL.ND llnwallon litlnnds Arrive Voy.
3leaincr g pt Arrive Leave Arrive Leave 8. F. No.
tLurlino . . Jan. 5 .Tan. J2 Jan. 19 Jan. 27 79
Wilhelmina Jan. 13 ' Jan. 19 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 65
Hilonlan . Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Feb. 1 Feb. 10 Feb. 2 65
Manoa . .. Jan. 19 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 10 84
Matsonia . . Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 14
fLurllne . . Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 24 80
Hyades . . Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 23 Mar. 3 Mar. 13 51
Etitet prise Feb. 6 Fob. 14 Feb. 24 Mar. 5 120
Wilhelmina Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 24 Mar. 2 66
Manoa . .. Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Mar. 2 Mar. 10 13
Matsonia . . Feb. 24 Mar. 2 Mar. 10 Mar. 16 15
'Hilonlan . Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 6 Mar. 15 Mar. 24 Apr. 1 85
tLurllne . . 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
fLurline . . Mar. 30 Apr. 6 Apr. 13 Apr. 21 82
PORTS OF CALL.
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Matsonia
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Erterprise to Hilo direct.
S. S. Hilonlan i . . ) To all Hawaiian Ports via
S. S. Hyades Puget Sound.
Lurline Sailing Jan. 5
Matsonia " Jan. 27
. T,",T. 1 (X
Wilhelmina ' vMar. 10
Lurline " Mar. 30
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
t Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
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5 M S 55
L.. Haiku ..A
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6 50 9 00
I 42 3 47
I 52 3 57
i S3l3 58
2 OS 4 IO
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4 28 .
2 3 4 35,
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