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THE MAUI NEWS,' SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915.
Telegraph News of the Week.
WASHINGTON, March 18. Turkey has guaranteed full pro
tection to non-combatants.
WASHINGTON, March 18. Text of sixth note representing lat
est exchange between State Department and foreign offices of Great
Britain, France and Germany, made public last night. Notes set forth
American suggestion that Germany abandon her submarine blockade
upon merchantmen in return for which Allies will lift embargo on ship
ment conditional contraband to Germany.
German press predicts greater submarine warfare in reply to Bri
tain. TOKIO, March 18. Count Okuma reiterates statement that lie ex
pects good results from negotiations between Japan and China rcla't e
TOKIO, March 17. Count Okuma expects good results from
Japan and China relative to demands by letter for privileges on Chinese
soil. Says also if Russia secures Constantinople and opens ports to
south of Europe, Russian government will abandon attempt to effect
outlet through Orient.
BERLIN, March 17. Officially admitted Russians again proceed
ing against East Prussia.
PARIS, March 17. British mine sweeper blown up in Dardanelles.
SHANGHAI. March 17. Seven Japanese cruisers appeared yes
terday off coast Province Sukui, opposite island of Formosa.
LONDON. March 1. Critical strusreles on tiuire scale ciigairmg
armies both battle zones. Critical struggle raging around Neuve Cha
pelle and St. Eloi. Germans expelled at Neuve Chapelle with 20.000 loss
British steamers Fingal and Atlanta torpedoed and sunk by submarines.
German aviator dropped bomb on deck of merchantman Blonde,
killing one seaman.
Bost sides claim successes in the west.
British and Turkish negotiations regarding Smyrna have failed.
British delivered ultimatum and will begin bombardment.
PARIS, March 17. General Leman, captured by Germans, re
VALPARAISO, March 17. German officers tell how British v.:.r-
ships caught Dresden at anchor. Gave choice of surrender or fight.
Fired shots that killed Chilian women and children. Dresden was in
neutral harbor when attack was made. Valparaiso has sent investi
gators to Juan Fernandes.
LONDON, March 17. Germany is shipping grain bought in Bel
gium having been seized by Germany when occupying Antwerp.
ROME, March 17. 30,000 persons killed and many wounded in
earthquake in January.
LONDON, March 17. Russians are again invading Bukowira.
Austro-Germans falling back to passes that lead to Hungary.
PARIS, March 17. Sniping is being carried. on at Vera Cruz on
men from U. S. cruiser Delaware.
TOKIO, March 17. Germans who escaped from Tsingtau are be
lieved to be baiting outlaws to attack Japanese and Russians. Chinese
government asked to intervene.
President Yuan has been asked to reconvene old parliament for
discussion of an action on demands by Tokio.
WASHINGTON, March 17. Ambassador Bernstorff reiterates
Dresden was blown up with dynamite.
SEATTLE, March 17. Charges made against German consul
Muller attempt to influence employes Seattle Construction & Drydock
Co. A private detective charges Muller.
WASHINGTON, March 17. United States will not interfere
with Associated Press, according to Attorney General. Is not a trust.
Carranza has agreed to cooperate in transporting foreigners and
supplies from Vera Cruz to Mexico City. General Garzar again con
NEW YORK, March 17. Pierpont Morgan sailed lor E: .Jand
today to arrange deposit with which Allies will able to pay for muni
tions of war.
NEW YORK, March 17. Jury secured to try the three Germans
who conspired to secure passports. Stegler may escape by taking stand
for prosecution. He is a German reservist.
Paris dispatch says state of anarchy now existing in Mexico makes
intervention by United States inevitable.
ROME, March 16. Affairs in Dardanelles matter of doubt. Brit
ish admiralty silent 48 hours. Berlin says thought British warships dam
aed by fire from forts.
VALPARAISO, March 16.-Survivors of Dresden, except 19 who
are missing, brought here by British cruiser.
LONDON, March 16. Germans make reverses two sections bat
tle zone in west. British recaptured sent to St. Eloi. Berlin claims
Russians repulsed at Prasnyzs, Germans taking 2000 prisoners.
Latest casualty list Prussians, 1,050,000 since war began.
GENEVA, March 16. Seriousness of friction Austria and Italy
shown in fact Italian fleet now concentrated at Taranto ready for instant
LONDON, March 16. England is shy of war material and this
fact holds back British reserve army. Morale of troops excellent, ac
cording to Kitchener. Armor factories may be taken over by govern
ment. Poland is again aflame and Germany shows signs of shifting center
westward from before Warsaw to relieve Przmysl. Russians are very
active in Carpathians. Germany will continue war until she receives
guarantee of peace she desires. Minister of interior tells Allies France
wants Alsace and Lorraine; British desire Teuton commerce; and Rus
sia wants Prussia, according to this official.
PARIS, March 16. Midnight official bulleitn announces minor
successes by French and British in northern France.
LONDON, March 16. British sank cruiser Dresden near Chilian
coast yesterday. Glasgow and Kent engaged German craft and in five
minutes after shot fired white tlag was hoisted and crew taken off.
NEWPORT NEWS, March 16. New battleship Pennsylvania
WASHINGTON, March 16. President Wilson regards Mexican
situation as taking favorable turn with prospect for solution of problem.
WASHINGTON, March 16. Various express companies today
asked leave of Civil Service Commission to file petition for rehearing
on matter of rates. Deficit $3,000,000 in first 10 months.
NEW YORK, March 16. Thaw today secured writ habeas corpus
returnable Friday. Court today ruled that he be returned to Matteawan
unless legal papers calling for detention this county be served on warden
WASHINGTON, March 16. Most emphatic protest yet lodged
by America with belligerents likely to be result of announcement from
London yesterday of plan to sever completely German commerce. Offi
cially stated America will lodge protest with Britain in more vigorous
terms than ever employed.
SEATTLE, March 16. Shipping greatly interfered with here by
longshoremen's strike which began at Vancouver.
DENVER, Col., March 16. Representative I lowland has been
dismissed from legislature on account of perjury.
KANSAS CITY, March 16. France has bought in Missouri many
hundred horses for cavalry and has entered into contract to buy $5 000 -000
worth as well as $12,(500,000 worth of mules.
WASHINGTON, March 16. Vice-President Marshall has sailed
for Panama fair.
I'ancho Villa is marshaling forces for fresh attacks on Carranza.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 16. Fair activities will be suspended
and business generally closed down for five minutes today during fune
ral of Beachy.
LONDON, March 15. Plans announced yesterday whereby Allies
hope to sever German foreign trade and continue steady pressure on
resources of Germans as war measure. Plan includes detaining ships
bound for Germany and confiscation of German made goods destined
from Germany for neutral ports.
German success in operations against Augustovvo is indicated.
Russia is carrying out successful counter operations in Carpathians
against Austro-German forces.
British merchantment Florazan, Headland and Ilarbdale, sunk by
German center shifted westward in attempt to relieve fortress of
Przemysl and drive away investing Russians.
PARIS, March 15. Before Premier of Greece resigned he offered
V000 nun to Allies for use in war.
ROME. March 15. Italian government has authoritatively denied
that Austria refused to consider territorial concessions to Italy.
PARIS. March 15. Reported Turco-German cruiser Goeben dis
abled by striking German mine.
LONDON, March 15. Uneasiness prevails in shipping circles
over operations of German submarine U29 in Scilly Island, being
near track of trans-Atlantic liners. She is one of newest under-water
fleet. British point out capture of Neuvechapelle as affecting victories
COPENHAGEN, March 15. Records from German seaplane
came ashore on Danish coast yesterday.
ATHENS, March 15. Trained observers direct raking fire on
allied fleet from seaplanes in air and report damage done.
PEKING. March 15. Mikado, through foreign office, has noti
fied President Yuan that he must abide by original terms offered and
Peking again tarries to secure compromise. Diplomacy seems dead
locked and Japan starts contingent of troops.
PETROGRAD, March 15. Emperor Nicholas has gone to the
WASHINGTON, March 15. Severaf ships shelled German posi
tions yesterday without result. Only artillery duels near Neuvechapelle.
NEW YORK, March 15. Threatening letter from Boston to offi
cials in district attorney's office, demand Thaw's release.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15. Lincoln Beachy, the aviator, fell
to death in the bay yesterday after making a 3000-feet flight. Wings
of machine buckled beyond control.
NEWPORT NEWS, March 15. Schooner Quinlan was sunk
a collision with Norwegian steamer Islay yesterday. Steamer badly
WASHINGTON, March 15. Manzanillo in state of anarchy
Troops of Carranza reported powerless to preserve order in the city
Villa and Zapata's forces closing in.
Admiral Howard, commanding American fleet, stands by to re
ceive all foreigners.
NEW YORK, March 15. Destroyers Dayton and McDougal ar
here to be under orders of port officials for guarding neutrality h
CHICAGO, March 15. Two hundred destitute families now here
have been offered small farms in North Dakota.
TARRYTOWN, March 15. While Rockefeller and son were
coming north to be at bedside of wife and mother, train left track in
Virginia, which accounts for delay in arriving here.
HONOLULU, March 15. Congressional party selected steamer
Sierra and party will remain in islands a month. Personnel not yet
Chinese will propose at mass meeting organizing m'litarv com
panics in this territory.
Fred Makino will sue sugar planters for $50,000 damages for ar
rest six years ago.
Bills introduced by Lota and Vierra regulati.'i; liquor, probably
Australia will continue to ship beef to Hawaii.
LONDON, March 14. Activity of German submarines succeede 1
in sinking five British steamers since Wednesday. One steamer on
maiden voyage sunk off Scilly Island yesterday. The collier Invergyle
was torpedoed and sunk off Lresswell. ,
LONDON. March 14. At Neuvechapelle British troops compleve
ly smothered Germans. German reply coming weak and it is b-;''.eed
( icrman guns are wearing out.
EL PASO, March 14. Villa made statement yesterday that con
dign punishment will be meted out to rioters who killed McManus. Any
other offenders will be treated same way.
HAVRE, March 14. 2000 German prisoners passed through here
yesterday, result of last tight with Germans. They are onward to Eng
TOKIO, March 14. Politics in Japan overshadow war rumors.
Not believed China will force issue to a fight.
WASHINGTON, March 14. Members of German embassy
though lacking instructions from Berlin are of private belief that Ger
many will pay for loss of tryc and cargo. No word has been received
trom Berlin as to disposition of German cruiser that did sinking.
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iivavjjl. ju, ivjarcn it. jacK ocuny ana 11. u. Jewis were
found guilty of robbery in the second degree.
Morgan was defeated for treasurer of Kauai.
HONOLULU, March 13. Representative Lota introduced a bill
prohibiting treating in saloons.
V lerra introduced one to prohibit wholesalers from solicting on
HONOLULU, March 12 Congressional party of 130 will arrive
m May to remain three weeks.
BERLIN, March 13. Germans' attempt ot recapture Neuvecha
PARIS, March 13. Germans have abandoned headquarters estab
lished at J.ille. righting in Champagne sporadic.
LONDON, March 13. British steamer Anna foundered off Scar
borough after stnnking mine.
LONDON, March 13. Much speculating as to what has to come
ot Servian army. Indications are that disease has wrought greater
havoc than war.
PEKING, March 13. Second Japanese squadron, convovinir sec
ond body of troops, sailed for China. Garrisons in Manchuria, Canton,
lien Ism and Hankow will be doubled.
NEW YORK, March 13. British assault on German position in
western zone continuing. Germans apparently unable to reverse roles
and take offensive.
CINCINNATTI, March 13. Court of Appeals granted new trial
to cash register officials.
WASHINGTON, March 13. Colonel Crook, for fifty years con
nected with White House staff, is dead.
WASHINGTON, March 13. Secretary Bryan expressed hope
that Mexican difficulty would be settled. Affairs now clearing up.
WASHINGTON, March 13. Germany's intention to uphold sink
ing of ship W. P. Frye in South Atlantic indicated today by German
PEKING, March 13. Party of Germans who escaped from Tsing
Tau before evacuation, reported to have made way to Manchuria. Fears
felt they will blow up railway.
PARIS, March 13. Germans admit capture Neuvechapelle by
TOKIO, March 13. Yuan Shih Kai abandons all hope for peace.
Determination of Japan to enforce demands, compelled Peking to open
negotiations. China now professes make agreement on points at issue. ,
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