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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1915.
Telegraph News of the Week.
HONOLULU. March 31. Resignation of Tringle, second clerk of
Circuit Court, lirings out matter of patronage.
HONOLULU, March 31. Diving-l.ell tested and found practical
WASHINGTON. March 31 German army headquarters reports
artillerv duel west front. Russian attack at Skawa river failed. Two
ol'licirs'. (.00 soldiers imprisoned. Aviators of enemy yesterday threw
homlis on P.elgian towns without doing much damage.
Dispatch from Villa through his agent says General Garza has paid
113.000 pesos to widow of L 11. McMamis, who was killed in Mexico.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 31. British ambassador complains to
State Department that California has refused to pay British teachers.
WASHINGTON. March 31. Captain of I'rinz Eitel Erederich
lias asked protection of U. S. admiral in patroling pier while German
boat is taking coal.
San Francisco Wrecking Co. has asked permission to salvage
WASHINGTON. March 31 Secretary Daniels has authorized
spenditure of $20,000 to raise submarine. Local equipment is too l;j;ht.
Department is satisfied with work of Honolulu office.
HONOLULU, March 31. Submarine still lies at bottom of ocean.
Work may be resumed today, or delayed pending insrtuctiorrs from
"HONOLULU. March 30. Further work on submarine waits ad
vices from Navy Department. Broke steel cable this morning. Pon
toon method may be resorted to. Memorial services arranged for at
Armory, April 1 1.
Pringle gets no pay for first month's services.
W AS! ! i NGT( )N, March 31. On account of threatened disorder,
nine troops U. S. cavalrv have been returned to Mexican border.
SEATTLE. March 31. Case of conspiracy against German consul
In auto accident yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trosch, Miss
Margaret Deny and Mrs. Harry Beecher, members of pioneer families,
drowned. Chauffeur and Mrs. Carkeek escaped.
CHICAGO, March 31. Robert Lincoln, of Pullman Car Com
pany, has been cited to tell why wages of sleeping car porters are left
PHILADELPHIA. March 30. II. B. Cohen, son of president of
Chamber of Commerce, shot and killed his aged grandmother. Believed
WASHINGTON, March 30. Everything quiet at Brownsville.
No confirmation of report that Zapata would evacuate capital.
SAN FRANCISCO, March. 30. Steamer Frisbie floated. Dam
DARDANELLES, March 31. Ships' of Allies have failed so far
to reduce big Turkish forts. Up to date only lesser outside forts have
weakened. Heaviest Islam guns mounted at narrows. Since March 18
no activity except bv mine sweepers.
LONDON. March 31. Turks taking advantage of weather to
make necessary repairs to works.
BERLIN, March 31. Field Marshal von der Goltz says Darda
nelles forts can resist any assault by Allies.
LONDON, March 31. German supreme army command has suf
ficient ground for employing all its available forces to avert Russian
eruption into plains of Hungary. German military leaders must check
advance. Decisive battle seems under way in east. Future conduct of
war will be governed by results, and Slavs stake all on result of strug
gle. PARIS. March 31. As friends of Allies, Belgium, Servia, Monte
negro and Greece, will shortly receive advances from France, of 1,350,
000,000 francs, voted yesterday by chamber of deputies.
LONDON, March 31. Leon Trascher and American mining en
gineer, was lost on Falaba, sunk by Germans.
GENEVA. March 30. Mobilization of Austrian forces on Aus
trian frontier nrotrressinir. Austrians also sent to frontier. Armies
will soon face each other on border.
LONDON. March 30. Arrival of boats from "Aguilla" at Pem
brokeshire reduces fatalities to nine.
BERLIN, March 30. Germans won succession of vicotries in
North Poland at Krasnopal. Two thousand Russians killed, 3000 cap
tured. 1000 more at Tauroggen.
PARIS, March 20. Artillery victory won by French troops at St.
Michael. German guns silenced.
Pctrograd rcirts German offensive checked.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., March 30. U.-S. S. Alabama arrived
today to stop English merchantmen taking coal to fleet outside, waiting
for Prince Eitel Erederich which remains inactive.
LIMA, March 30. British steamer Eggesford, with coal for Brit
ish Pacific fleet, arrived at Callao to wait orders.
LONDON, March 30. Great Britain faces prohibition strict as
Russia. Question shares with sinking of Falaba, as foremost in public
HONOLULU, March 30. Submarine F4 dragged 300 feet to
wards shore last night. Hope to have her 1000 feet and ultimately to dry
Passage of bill providing that district magistrates cannot practise
law, is recommended by House judiciary committee. Other Territorial
officials may do so.
House committee says Inter-Island steamers would be endangered
by usi ig Kihei wharl. Company s contract calls for expeditious trips.
Bishop & Company is paying the interest on Hilo Railroad bonds.
HONOLULU, March 29. Reported this afternoon drag line?
r.'rain on submarine. Work of getting chains around her will begin,
Reported F4 stood test last nio:uh of stability perfect.
SI. LOUIS, March 30. Italian government has just concluded
contract tor purchase and delivery of 13,000 head of horses.
DOUGLAS, Ariz., March 30. Through a mistake, guard fired on
friendiy forces of General Si manegas as his advance guard approached
Agua I rieta.
ANNAPOLIS, March 30. President Wilson and aides were
guests on board Argentine battleship Moreno today.
WASHINGTON, March 29. Acting Secretary Blue has tabled
to Honolulu for exact position of submarine with view to sa'v ig.
LONDON, March 30. German submarine opened fire on sinking
ships, riddling small boats and killing women and children, m Irish Sea
yesterday, when Aguilla was sunk, lime limit given and than ignored
Sixteen of the ship Falaba drowned after they went to aid. Told they
might leave and then time was cut short.
Slamhoul has been warned of intended visit of Allies' fleet and told
that it had no political significance by the Turks.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 30. Bay steamer "General Frisbie,"
when olt exposition grounds, struck submerged rock and went down
Her passengers, numbering 300. saved in view of crowd at fair.
PEKING, March 30. Chinese ministry not satisfied with reply of
Japan to tier note anu has iorwarued another request on subject.
GENEVA, March 30. Austria's political leaders ureinz adminis
tration towards cause of peace. German chancellor is determined that
Austria shall cede to Italy whatever territory latter power may ask on
ner eastern iroiit.
LONDON, March 30. Ship builders have asked that sale of li
quor be suppressed throughout Great Britain until close of war.
LONDON, March 30. British steamers Falaba and Aguilla sunk
by submarines. Many dead.
ROME, March 30. Italy has declared censorship until July 30.
SHANGHAI, March 29. Japan has given China five days in
which to answer South Manchuria, Shantung, Fukien and Kong Tung
questions. Chinese minister to United States w ill be transferred. Yuen
Shih Kai has agreed to suppression fo boycott.
LONDON, March 2'). Bombardment of Bosphorus began by
Russians. Mine sweeping continues. Bombardment continues at long
range as weather prevents close operations. Constantinople denies this.
Entered of Record
WILLIAM Jl CASTLE & WF to Man
uel do ltego,: It 1 64!).T. Kill tiTH.S.
Wnlohuli. Kulii, Maui. Feb 27, 1913.
WINNIFKED K SAFFERY & HSU
to Samuel AUo: Int in shares in hut
land, Nnpili. etc. (Kaannpall), Maul.
March 2!). 1P15. $K(l.
WILLIE APA to Meleana MomoTia
(w): hit in F...1 or Nnpoohiwi (k),
d'-od, I.nlinina, etc, Maui; int in luii
land, Knhana, Kannapnli, Maui: nt
in lands-, Tor of Hawaii. March 27,
191.". $1 and love.
KFAIKI Ll'NA (widow) to Thomas
Sa fiery: int in XI V 1H9, Kulahn.
iraiiiaioialoa, Maui. March 22, 1915.
$1 and love.
IIALEAKALA KAOAO (k) to Thomas
Saffcry; M int in K V in!), Kuiaha,
Ilaninkualoa. Mam March 23, 19ir,.
J KIYONAOA to von Ilanim-Your.E
Co, Ltd: automobile, Lnhaina, Maul.
March 16, 191.".. $11110.
8 YAf.il to von Hanim-Youns Co, Ltd;
Automobile, Lnhaina, Maui.. March
2D. 191 r. $675.
J ONISIII to von Ilainni-Youne; Co;
Automobile, Knhuhii, Maui, March
16. 1915 . $1125.
S. YAM ANL'IIA to vJh Ilamm-Yotinx
Co, Lid; Automobile. WailnUu Maui.
March IS, 1915. $700.
Release of Mottgage."
OEORCi: KEKin to T Mahiria; Ap 1
of R I SulS. Kill 150B, Kumeli, Mo
loUai. March 1, 1915. 15 jears at
$25 per annum.
SCHCMAN CARRIAGE CO, LTD to
F Santos: to sell one OldspiobMe
tourinp; ear, factory No. S6252 for
$1123. March 25, 1915.
M. KITANO, Proprietor.
Men's Suits, Ladies' Skirts, Dresses,
Cloves, Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed.
Kat3 Cleaned and Blocked.
All Work Xeally Done. Called for
Special attention to work for Hono
ITRDY In Wnlmea, Hawaii, March
IS. 1915. Mrs. llattie 1'urdy, wife of
William Nalcllehua Purdy, former
Hamakua member of the Hawaii
board of supervisors, aped for'y
imt;NS -In Honolulu, March 28. 1915,
.lohann Ellers limns, a native of
WilhelniHhavpn, flermany, ased pix-ty-nine
year? and thirteen davs.
KAHAl'ANU In Honolulu, March
2S, 1915, Kahauanu (k), of 2160
Pauoa road, a native of Puna, Ha
waii, aped sixty-four years, five
months and twenty-four days.
HA1LKY In Honolulu, Marrh 28,
1915, Mrs. Maria Iters Bailey, a na
tive of Pembroke, Wales, aped Any
one years, three months and three
RODRKJITES In Honolulu, March 27,
1915, John D. Rodripues, a native of
Honolulu, aped twenty-three years,
one month and twenty-two days.
POAIIA In Honolulu. March 27, 1915,
Eliknpeka Keaka, dauphter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. K. I'oaha, four years of
PULEHU In Honolulu, March 2G.
1915, Mrs. Keliihule Pulehu of Mlkl
lane, n native of Maul, aped elphty
ANDREWS At Jacksonville, Florida,
March 13, 1915, Sarah Dyar, widow
of the late Dr. Georpe P. Andrews
of Honolulu, aged seventy-five
SCOTT In Honolulu, March 29, 1915,
Miss Marion Scott, dauphter of
Prof, and Mrs. Marion M. Scott,
aped thirty-five years.
LAItNACH In Westcliff-on-Sea, Es
sex, Enpland, February 19, 1915,
William Larnach, father of Judpe A.
I. Larnach of Honolulu, a native of
Enpland, aped sixty-five years.
rAl 1 1 KELEAWE. In Honolulu,
March 25, 1915, Pahukeleawe, w idow
of Tenth avenue, Palolo, a native of
Kona, Hawaii, aped fifty-five years.
VON BERG. In Honolulu, March 26,
1915, Mrs. Sophie von Berg, widow
of the late Stephen von Derg, of
Oahu Place, a native of Bracke, near
Bremen, Germany, aged seventy-two
FISK. In Naugatuck, Conn., March
12. 1915, Mayor Asa Francis Fisk,
ape 37, brother of Mrs. Clarence G.
White, of Haiku.
Y3ATS0N riAVIGATlOl CO.
26S market Street, San Tranciscc, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
m SCHEDULE m
San Francisco - Hawaiian Islands Puget Sound
Knick Doesn't Jones fit In any
where? Bock No; that man would be a
square pop in a dougnut. Judge.
If woman had her way man wouldn't
PET-ROGRAD, March 29. Russian fleet in Baltic reinforced.
Vienna denies Allies met success in northern Hungary.
PARIS, March 29. Rumored Italy and Austria have come to
terms. Austria to cede part of Trintino in return for neutrality.
LONDON, March 29. In spite of agreement with government to the
contrary strikes have heen authorized and maintained and government
orders for materials thus delayed in delivery.
Flock of Allies' aeroplanes raided German camp at Ghistelles and
dropped bombs. Damage not known.
.PARIS, March 29. Battleships Gaulois and Suffren towed to Mal
ta for repairs following bombardment of Dardanelles.
HONOLULU, March 29. Dredge brought up anchor of battle
ship Oregon. Failed to get hold of submarine. Diving-bell is being
constructed to aid work. Divers are breaking records for distance.
Rumored United States is sending vessel from Coast with appliances- for
raising wreck ; is not confirmed. All hope of funding men alive has been
HONOLULU, March 2S. Submarine attached by dredger chains.
Hope to raise her this morning. No signals from inside. Captain Smith
says miracle if any alive on board. Dredger snagged her late yesterday
and holds her now. Amateur wireless fiends said to interfere and delay
work of rescuers.
HONOLULU, March 27. No signals heard from submarine re
cently. May get her up late this afternoon. Hope of saving lives of
men grows dimmer. Depth of water big handicap to men working.
Steel cable snapped and lifting is delayed. It is hoped crippled vessel
may be dragged into shallow water late this afternoon. Indications are
that compartment has burst.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 29. Mrs. Dargie, well known in
Honolulu, left ex-Collector Stratton "waiting at the church" on wed
ding day. She failed to appear.
WASHINGTON, March 29. President Wilson sent message of
grief to families of officers and men of submarine F4, yesterday from
The Eitel Erederich now at Newport News, Va., must leave port
within a few hours or interne. Renewed precautions being taken to
preserve neutrality. Allies' vessels waiting outside three-mile limit
to receive her.
LOS ANGELES, March 29. Typhus and smallpox scourging
Mexico. Believed to have been deliberately spread by inoculation.
VIENNA, March 28. Russian offensive in Carpathians has mis
carried and is driven back with serious losses, while a superior force
invading Bukowina, also met with defeat, being driven back across the
border. Austrians occupied several villages again and took 1000 Rus
WASHINGTON, March 27. Proceedings have begun against
Odenwald by federal attorneys of San Juan.
Senate investigations into recent lobby on ship purchase bill ended
without result. i
Great Britain has notified state department that two light ships will
be moored at Folkstor.e, through which all shipping must pass.
News from mainland sacrificed in favor of submarine disaster. No
more news later than sent this morning. Everybods interested in acci
dent. Civilians called upon to help naval authorities. Thought if those
on board are alive, would send out signals. Wharves packed with sight
seers anxious for first glimpse of submarine crew, dead or alive.
WASHINGTON, March 27. Navy department has small hopes
of saving men on submarine. Ofliciaus say little short of miracle if
there are any survivors.
BERLIN, March 27. Berlin says last Russian has been expelled
from Prussia. Germans now at Polangen.
LONDON. March 27.- King George has gone to Italy to seek sup
port for King Constantine's neutral policies.
HAVANA, March 27. Johnson-Willard fight postponed till April
5, at request of President of Cuba.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas, March 24. Stray bullets from battle
ground at Matamoras, have wounded two Americans. Report that Car
ranza's defenses are to be shelled, caused consternation last night.
PEKING, March 29. China's parleying has brought no abatement
in severity of terms imposed by Japan. Two additional demands sub
mitted, both striking at integrity of national life of China.
LONDON, March 29. While waiting for reinforcements, ships
and men of Allies' fleet are resting inactively, holding portion of Dar
danelles already won and preparing advance for diligent mine sweeping.
Russians victorious in fight with Turks on shore of Black Sea.
BERLIN, March 29. Turkish official dispatch claims defeat of
British at Canorah, with loss of 300.
C.., I ea -e PUOBT BOLND Hnwailnn Islnnfln Arrle Y"-
OlCdllltr g p Arrive Leave Arrive Louve 6. F. No.
tLurline . . Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 27 79
Wilhelmina Jan. 13 Jan. 19 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 65
Hilonlan . Jan. 11 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
tLurllne . . Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 16 Feb. 24 80
Hyades . . Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 23 Mar. 3 Mar. 13 51
Ente prise Feb. 6 Feb. 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
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. 2t 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 Kahului.
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Matsonia
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Erterprise to Hilo direct.
S. S. Hilonian ) To all Hawaiian Ports via
S. S. Hyades . Puget Sound.
Lurline Sailing Jan. 5
Matsonia " Jan. 27
Manoa ' Feb. 16
Wilhelmina " Mar. 10
Lurline " Mar. .10
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
t Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Receive Freight for
Port Allen and
Uime dableDciliului Siailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 1st, 1913
5 33 3 3o
5 23i3 20
5 23 17
5 i3 07
5 9 3 5
5 00 2 55
4 45j2 4
4 44 a 39
4 40 a 35
8 426 35
8 $ofi 25
L- e 1. -A
L.. Haiku .."A
40 8 50 1 30 3 35 15 38
50 9 00 1 40 3 45k 48
2 50 G 00
3 006 10
0 L..Kuhului..A' 2. 5
2.5A..Piiuuene..L (k 123 05
A M I P M
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului 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 euch 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 Passenger Tariff L C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
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