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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 191 S.
Telegraph News of the Week.
ROMP.. Anril 14 Tinxirtpcl Franz Tosef signifies he will make
territorial concessions to Italy, provided Italy will take up arms for
Germany and Austria.
NFAVCASTI.K Anril 15. DirisiMes raided town coast North
umliprland last niulit droiiinsr number of bombs which did little dam
aire owine to extinguished lights when first noticed. Small buildings
dest roved at Tvneouth Scaton. Burn and Cramlineton. Machine sailed
away over North Sea long Vie fore daylight.
Advance of Russian armies other side of Austria, is forcing cm
ncror to make terms. State of sietre feared. Much interest in Austria
occasioned by advancing Russians.
LONDON, April 14. Allies and Teutons claim victories in Car
pathians. Russian forces east of Beskids forced Austrians to re. at
and took mountain crest, considered impregnable, where Austrians
stronglv entrenched. Several simultaneous attacks being made in k.ar
pathians. Losses heavy.
British government has decided against pla'inp cotton on contra
Secretary Ilarcourt assured Dominion and colonies that they will
be consulted regarding ncace terms when time comes.
CONSTANTINOPLE. April 14. Shore batteries at entrance of
Dardanelles have bombarded cruisers and a destroyer has been struck
by Turkish gunners.
WASHINGTON. April 15. Secretary Bryan visited Chinese and
Japanese diplomats. Belief that crisis between the two governments
was subiect of calls. No announcement from any sourse. Deadlock
reported from Orient between Iliroiki and Yuan Shih Kai.
CHICAGO, April 15. During investigation of condition of tele
graph operators, General Manager Reynolds said 100 percent satisfac
torv. Five operator later on stand gave him lie direct.
NEW YORK, April 14. Huerta denies attempt of collusion with
Carranza. Visit of latter's representative merely a coincident.
Fair weather in general favored opening Amreican and National
League games this afternoon.
WASHINGTON, April 14. The same board which surveyed the
Prinz Eitel Frederich will survey Kron Prinz Wilhelm to determine
NEW YORK, April 14. Seventy-nine stewards and stewardesses
of Red Star steamer Kroonland arrested today charged with violating
federal law against importing alien labor under contract.
HONOLULU, April 14. Mrs. Lemon left with Smart boy for
Coast yesterday. Miss Smart also sailed. Mother and brother of
Smart leave soon. Rumored in settlement of case Smart gets $1000
Divers go down to submarine at noon today.
HONOLULU. April 13. Divers nearly to submarine. Tomorrow
will set new world mark. Similar operations at depth unknown.
HONOLULU, April 13. Smart contest apparently settled. Mrs
Lemon and Baby Smart leave for Coast today, is report.
PETROGRAD, April 14. Two Russian princes have escaped
Austrian camp Milowitz and reached Russian lines.
NEW ORLEANS, April 14. An order for 37,000,000 rounds o
small arms ammunition just placed with American manufacturers by
LONDON, April 14. British torpedo boat Renard on scout duty.
penetrated Dardanelles ten miles beyond any point yet attained by Allies
fleet, and returned to safety.
LONDON, April 14. French keep up trip-hammer offenses. Offi
cial bulletins agree that stubborn battle continues. British observer
says progress of French and their success may be judged that they
have not been forced back on any day.
LONDON, April 14. One by one multiply signs which point to
Italy's approaching entry into war. All treasures of art in galleries and
cathedrals of Venice removed to Florence. Preparations on large scale
for mobilization of women to replace men in trades and business posi
tions. Women will run street cars.
PEKING, April 13. Conferences between China and Japan over
demands resumed. China refused to recede further. Minister Hiok
threatens to discontinue negotiations.
LONDON, April 14. With the reconvening of parliament tomor
row comes probability of prohibition in force through orders in council
in immecWate future.
Bread now selling at 17 cents a 4-pound loaf, which is lower than
New York price.
LAREDO, Tex., April 14. Eighteen women butchered in reprisal
last Monday of party of 350 Villaistas who had surrendered in Nuevo
Leon. Massacre done with machine guns. Disorder in all parts of
. Mexico. Hardships and horrors experienced. Situation along border
Intermittent fighting in Matamoras, just over line from Browns
ville, assuming more serious aspect. Villa opened bombardment of the
garrison, and one shell burst over American consulate. Schools in west
Brownsville closed on account of danger.
ROME, April 13. Military authorities have ordered all officers of
Italian army to dull metal on uniforms and scabbards, a measure usual
on eve of war.
KANSAS CITY, April 13. Editor Nelson, of the Kansas City
Star, died today.
LONDON, April 13. British government declines to give imme
diate trial some ot neutral ships detained in blockade German commerce.
Counsel of American firms asked immediate trial to save owners from
Germans have resumed attack Prussian border in desperate battle
ior possession ot ussowetz.
Heavy fighting reported in Bukovvina, between Russian and Austro
Efforts of Allies to drive back German wedge along Meuse and
Moselle continues unremittingly, German line holding.
KOBE, April 13. Mrs. Burton Harrison and children, from
wrecked Minnesota arrived here safely today.
TOKIO, April 13. 236 miners killed in Shimonoseki mines yes
terday. LONDON, April 13. Aided by French battleship bombardment,
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scapiancs rtiunMu iiuKiMi cuuceiiiraiiun camp in vicinity oi uaza, on
SEATTLE, April 14. Freighter Oregonian loaded 1300 tons of
wheat for delivery in New York by canal.'
WASHINGTON, April 13. French made attack near Berry-au-
iiac ana between Meuse and Moselle near Maicery, east of Verdun.
Everywhere French attacks repulsed. French threw nine bombs on
railroad station and foundry instead of 150. Northeast of Suippes enemy
useu projcmies ueveioping aspnyxiaitng gas. Germans gaining ground
in rriesi iorest.
SEATTLE, April 13. Liner Minnesota sustained but slight dam
age. Hold No. 1 leaking. Will dock at Nagasaki for repairs.
HONOLULU, April 13. Willie Crawford whitewashes Kupihea
in minority report.
Maryland divers confident of locating and lifting submarine.
Opium business may be traced to higher-ups through confession
expected trom &cuiiy.
HONOLULU, April 12. Maryland officials making observations.
Active work of raising submarine begins Wednesday, when record
holder for deep diving will go down.
Attorney-General holds indeterminate sentences legal.
LONDON, April 13. Field marshal says when a great move be
gins, expects to crush German defense back to its own border. "We
want to pound them regardless of expense and regardless of number of
shells we fire", and for that reason he urges British workmen in ammu
nition factories to perform their duties.
LONDON, April 13. Relief ship Ilarpalyce, when torpedoed in
North Sea, had German pratique. Berlin denies she was serving Bel
gium relief committee when sunk.
LONDON, April 13. Almost along entire front, great and deci
sive battle in Carpathians neanng end. Great armies pouring out into
enemy's country. If advance continues, will compel retirement without
fighting of the enemy s forces north of Carpathians to east Uzok Pass
General retirement is expected.
Russia advises of further Turkish atrocities in Syria.
SYDNEY, April 13. Japan preparing to open direct steamer line
to New Zealand and Orient in order to get trade built up by Germany
PHOENIX, April 13. Vice-President Marshall sick here with
ABERDEEN, April 13. Terrific explosion occurred Port Lerwick
last night. Many known to have been killed. Impossible to obtain de
tails ot deaths or cause of explosion.
INDIANAPOLIS, April 12. Ex-Mayor Roberts sentenced six
years and $2000 fine. Montgomery, president public works; Judge
Smith ; Driscal, secretary democratic committee and Ehrenhast, of
public works department, each 2 years and $500 fine. Judge Redman
and Sheriff Shea, 5 years and $1000 fine. Chief Hollond, pleaded
guilty, got year and day, and $1 fine.
KOBE, April 12. Str. Minnesota of Great Northern line, largest
in Pacific, struck rock off Iwajima. Great hole in hull. Wireless
brought help and passengers taken off. Was enroute to Seattle.
LEMBERG April 12. Russian invasion of Hungary begun, fol
lowing defeat of Austro-German forces in Carpathian passes, and
downfall of Przemysl and deadlock of Poland. Russians advancing
upon Hungary along wide front, Bartfeld to Uszok descending southern
slope Carpathians, driving Austrians with heavy loss. Austrian resist
ance routed in Dukla Pass. Austrians have retreated abandoning
stores and transport facilities.
LONDON, April 12. Heavy firing reported off Scarborough.
American steamers Navajo, Foruney, and Leama, detained at Kirk
wall by British, have appealed to American embassy to take steps to
British steamer Mayfarer, on way to British port with cotton, tor
edoed off Scilly Isles.
WASHINGTON, April 13. American army transport leaves at
once for Tampico to bring hime 300 Americans destitute because of war
and in danger if they remain. Villa reported to be nervous wreck from
late disasters to his army.
SALT LAKE CITY, April 13. Nine-year old girl committed sui
cide after being spanked by mother.
WASHINGTON, April 13. Secretary McAdoo has been restrain
ed by court order from persecuting Riggs National Bank, which has
suffered for a year.
NEW YORK, April 13. Carbonne, the dynamiter, has been con
victed. NEW YORK, April 13. General Huerta has landed here. Has no
plan for future.
COLLEGE PARK, Md., April 12. Peoli, who flew over Andes,
killed when aeroplane made vertical dive.
HONOLULU, April 12. Cruiser Maryland arrived this morning.
HONOLULU, April 10. Japanese content.
L. Tenney Peck made president First National Bank.
PETROGRAD, April 12. Russians now using high explosives in
digging trenches, blowing great holes between their's and German's
LAREDO, April 12. Carranza forces put Villa's to rout, killing
3000 men. Advance on Tampico checked. Villa said to be retreating
NEWPORT NEWS, April 12. German auxiliary cruiser Crown
Prinz Wilhelm arrived today, having dodged Allies' fleet outside. Has
asked for coal and will have survey made to determine need of repairs.
Has sunk fourteen vessels, which with cargoes represent $7,000,000.
Was met outside by two United States submarines and escorted to quar
antine, then to dock.
. LONDON, April 12. French assaults on German lines protecting
Metz, meeting with obstinate resistance. Attacks have drawn many
fierce counter attacks. Apparently German thrust in north is to keep
French from concentrating forces in Woevre district.
VENICE, April 12. Count Tiza, Hungarian premier, has no hope
tor early peace. thinks war will continue till Autumn.
LONDON, April 12. It is said British Columbian lumber men
have been asked to bid on 500,000,000 feet of lumber to be used in
construction of 1000 2-room houses in France.
LONDON, April 12. Four German prisoners of war married here
yesterday to girls to whom they were engaged before the war.
Kiots broke out yesterday when members of intervention party
made violent speeches and were arrested by military.
TACOMA, April 11. Steamer Hakashika Maru sailed yesterday
with cargo of munitions of war and aeroplanes for Russian army.
PARIS, April 11. Capt. Herail of French army charged with
killing wife for disobeying Joffres orders, has been acquitted.
lliL, HAGUli, April 11. there is the utmost confidence here of
continued friendly relations between Holland and Germany. ' How the
rumor ot a break between these countries started cannot be ascertained
ROTTERDAM, April 11. British steamer Harpalvce. which
brought first cargo provisions for Belgium, was sunk in North Sea by
Oerman submarine yesterday. ZO ot crew of 56 drowned.
KOMli, April 11. Momentuous events hinge upon developments
throughout Italy today. It is the expectaitons of those who arranged
the series of mass-meetings in favor of immediate participation in war
will be realized.
PARIS," April 11. French lunge toward Metz continued with
Germans desperately striving to retain positions of lines along the Meuse
and Moselle. French attacks are persistent and fresh trenches taken
throughout Ardennes. Teutons reported as falling back in several
places. Les Espargnes heights aee finally captured. During two months'
fighting Germans lost 30,000 men.
LONDON, April 11. Reports from all the fronts yesterday tell
of reverses for Austro-Germans. French along eastern end of Allies
line have made appreciable gam, taking prisoners and inflicting severe
losses upon invaders.
LONDON, April 10. W eek-end strike, dock laborers, collapsed.
Mass meetings by tactions for and against war, to be held to
morrow in Italy, despite authorities protest.
Austria withdrawing troops from Servian frontier, abandoning for
sake ot protecting Italian frontier.
Report here that decision has been reached by Austria to sound
Russia for peace terms.
Vatican denies report Austria has requested assistance of Pone in
adjusting her difficulties.
Austrians lost 26,000 men in battle Duklaeteries. in Carpathians.
Austria reported abandoning campaign against Servia.
trench sailing vessel Chateau liriand, bound for New York, was
torpedoed by German submarine of Isle of Wight.
oAfsl rKAJMClbCU, April 12. Christmas shin Tason has arrived
here on return trip.
PLYMOUTH, April 12. German submarines continue to take toll
n British r.hiprlrv. Steamer Fredcn.'k Frauck otwed in vestcrdav
damaged by torpedo.
WASHINGTON, April 12. Democratic leaders sav Wilson will
be candidate next election.
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NO. 2 1915
APRIL MAY JUNE
Leave PUCBT HObND Hnwallan Islands Arrive Voy.
8. P. Arrive Leave Arrive Leave 0. P. Mo.
April 7 April 13 April 21 April 27 68
April 8 April 11 Apoil 17 April 26 May 5 May 13 86
April 10 April 18 April 24 May 2 122
April 13 April 20 April 27 May 4 IS
April 21 April 27 May 5 May 11 17
April 27 May 4 May 11 May 18 83
April 29 May 2 May 8 May 18 May 26 June 5 S3
May S May 11 May 19 May 25 69
May 8 May 16 May 22 May 30 123
May 11 May 18 May 25 June 1 16
May 19 May 25 June 2 June 8 18
May 20 May 23 May 29 June 7 June 16 June 24 ' 87
May 25 June 1 June 8 June IS 84
June 2 June 8 June 15 June 22 70
June S - June 13 Tune 19 June 27 124
June 8 June 15 June 22 Jnne 29 17
June 10 June 13 Jnne 19 June 29 July 7 July 17 54
June 16 June 22 June 30 July 6 19
June 22 June 29 July 6 July 13 85
June 3O July 6 July 14 July 20 71
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PORTS OF CALL.
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S. S. Hilonian....
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To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahului.
To all Hawaiian Ports via
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Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
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1 52 3 57
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2 05 4 10
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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 nnnnrt. f Trni v .,. ....
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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
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