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Telegraph News of the Week.
PARIS, May 27. British broke through German lines north of
Lallasse yesterday. Pierced position for three miles, cupti ring many
prisoners. Engagement preceding British advance was a serious
British suffering many losses before finally reaching German trenches,
and the beginning of hand to hand staruggle with bayonets.
Yesterday a German aeroplane dropped several bombs into Paris
without inflicting much damage.
LONDON, May 27. British battleship Triumph struck mine in
Dardanelles on Tuesday and sank in 7 minutes. She had been covering
land works of Colonial troops.
NEW YORK, May 27. Stockholders of Pacific Mail Company
discussed severance of the company from Southern Pacific interests
yesterday. The Inter-State Commerce Commission is standing by Pa
nama Canal Tolls act under which ships owned wholly or in part by
railroads cannot use canal. Statement may be issued tomorrow.
EONDON, May 26. American-Hawaiian steamer Nebraskan, in
ballast from Liverpool for Delaware Breakwater, was torpedoed by a
submarine south-west of Fastnet, Ireland. Torpedo struck well for
ward and fore holds tilled with water. Crew saved.
Lloyds sends word that Nebraskan was seen later passing Kinsale
bound for Queenstown.
WASHINGTON, May 26. According to message received here
Nebraskan was torpedoed. She was enroute for to fulfill contract to
carry coal from Newport News to San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 26. Returning from Hawaiian Islands
congressmen were shocked. All deeply disturbed overs news. - "If any
nation has torpedoed the Nebraskan knowingly, it amounts to a decla
ration of war. The United States should await full details before tak
ing action," says Senator Olie James. Senator Overman says : "The
incident may mean an extra session of congress. It gives a, new com
plexion to situation." Representative Anthony says: "If Germans
have attacked Nebraskan with submarines, there is only one thing
short of war declaration that the United States seize German ships
interned in United States, and hold them until reparation is made."
LONDON, May 26. Nebraskan reported to have passed Queens
land enroute to Liverpool.
NEW YORK, May 26. Captain Green of steamer Nebraskan
sends message: "Disaster due to mine or submarine." He is return
ing to Liverpool.
NEW YORK, May 26. Steamer Ryndan, bound for Rotterdam,
with 77 passengers and valuable cargo, collided with steamer Joseph
Cuneo bound for Boston. Passengers and part of Ryndan's crew taken
oil by United States warship South Carolina. Cuneo's bows smashed.
Ryndan taking water rapidly. Both are enroute to New York with
the warship convoying them.
SAN DIEGO, May 26. Fifty persons drowned here yesterday
when steamer Maximiano was driven ashore and wrecked in storn.
HONOLULU, May 26. Voluntary reduction in tanned pineap
ples and cannery product made by Hawaiian pineapple packers, 2 1-3
percent discount off basis of price prevailing last year.
HONOLULU, May 26. General Carter will not allow investi
gation of luau incident to drop.
Submarine's lines snapped yesterday ;and work of lifting craft will
be delayed several days.
Eric Knudsen has been appointed school commissioner in place of
iirandt, ot Kauai.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company may continue business one more
Judge Clemens has ordered Scully trial to proceed.
. PARIS, May 26. Indications are that Italians have forestalled
suspected plan of von Hindcnberg to rush the Italian border defenses
for the purpose of taking up defensive position on Italian soil. Italians
followed declaration of war with quick offensive which has already car
ried them well into .Austria. Austro-German attempt at invasion was
driven back. Effort to force passage into Italy was made by way of
Tonale Pass through the Alps, the repulse of the Austrians being fol
lowed by continuous offensive. A number of border towns are already
occupied by Italians.
VIENNA, May 26. Austria won first naval battle in war with
Italy. Two Italian destroyers being driven away after battle.
WASHINGTON, May 26. Italian minister handed State De
partment yesterday a statement explaining rupture between Italy and
Austria, in which blame is placed on Austria. The Declaration of war
was made as the only means of safeguarding Italy's position in Europe.
DOUGLAS, Ariz., May 26. Bullets from Mexican rifles again
landed on American soil. One American said to have been wounded.
LONDON, May 26. Representatives of Roumania are reported to
be negotiating with representatives of Allies, completing arrangements
and terms under which Roumania will enter the war and attack Aus
tria from the Transylvania border. Bulgaria has given notice to Rus
sia that she will not take part in any war against the Czar.
WASHINGTON, May 26. According to a statement of the Ital
ian ambassador, no reservists have been called to colors except those
now in Italy. Those from America who have gone have done so of
their own volition.
PARIS, May 26. An important advance has been made by Allies
north of Arras. Allies succeeded in driving Germans out of a large
trench, the central point of fighting for position.
OTTAWA, May 26. Believing plot was hatching whereby a
bridge at Smith Falls would be blown up, nine Austrians, suspected of
treachery, have been arrested.
VIENNA, May 26. Continued success follows operations of Ger
mans against Russians in Middle Galicia, where they are being steadily
WASHINGTON, May 26. British ambassador informed State
Department that the cases of claims against Britain, brought in behalf
of American meat packers, will soon be brought to trial.
LONDON, May 26. Balfour succeeds Churchill as head of Brit
ish navy. The latter retires to the . obscurity of the chancellorship.
Kitchener is secure.
Bloody fighting is taking place along Dardanelles. Australia has
lost 900 men but has slain thousands of Turks.
HONOLULU, May 25. J. M. Monsarrat reappointed district
magistrate by Governor Pinkham.
ALBANY, May 25. Second conviction of Police Lieutenant Chas.
Becker, of New York, held guilty of criminal complicity in the Rosen
thal murder two years ago, was sustained by state supreme court today.
ROME, May 25. Striking at Trieste, Italian army in the northeast
has penetrated Austria and occupied several towns along border. Re
ports reached Rome that a destroyer has raided coast towns of Buso,
wrecking railway station and barracks. First casualties officially re
ported are two Austrians killed. Steamer reports she saw an Austrian
warship. Believed that the warship appeared off Barletta in Lower
BERLIN, May 25. General Mackensen, commanding Austro-German
forces, has renewed offensive campaign north of Przemysl and
captured 21,000 Russian soldiers.
THE HAGUE, May 25. Netherlands has protested to Germany
cn grounds several of their civilians were drowned on Lusitania. Hol
land's protests are being drawn along lines of that of United States.
Impartial reports in Italia-Teuton war, officially published today.
NEW YORK, May 25. German statement to United States on
matters taken, up by diplomatic note, is being transmitted from Berlin
to Washington, through London. Static conditions are hampering
wireless communication. t
WASHINGTON, May 25. Presumed Germany's delay in reply
ing to United States note on Lusitania incident is due to Italy's declara
tion of war.
HONOLULU, May 25. Submarine will be in harbor noon tomor
row. Was brought within 54 feet of the surface this morning. '
HONOLULU, May 25. A pretty Korean bride, Kim Pac Ser, was
stabbed on the street last night by her husband. The woman was walk
ing street with a girl friend when the husband attacked her. The vic
tim died before reaching the hospital. The murderer fled, pursued by
a mob, and was caught by William Saffery.
Supervisor Tames Ouinn died av.t nitrlit -ifw - :n
runeral this afternoon.
F4 raised 27 feet yesterday. Is now in only 83 feet of water and
should be in the harbor channel today. The public will be excluded
when the submarine is nut on d rv dork. Tli i c "icil- ua i .
by naval officials.
LONDON, May 25. "Chant of Hate" no longer applies with ref
erence to England. Italv is s;iid tn t a mr.ro V..to,l r r'
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and Austria than is Great Britain. Ttalian ntnl.acc.-.- if. a.
yesterday. No demonstration against him.
Tragedy ended the attemnt made W tti Ttniior. ...i i-..
Constantinople. 1 he official was beaten to death bv a mob
BOSTON. Mav 25. A theoretiral
i r -i n . . . ji nit new lUgiaiUl
coast was a failure, lhe flagship of the invade
WASHINGTON. Mav 25. For ie fir.t ;m. u .....
America has not been asked to care for interests. Spain will look after
Austria s interests. The American Red Cross cabled offer of help to
TOKIO. Mav 25
Japan and America, Baron Kato told diet that conditions have changed
utiiti, aiiu die ilicuuiy.
LONDON. Mav 25. In the hattl
ia"c" ""cusivc, ucvciopmg mio one ot the fiercest battles of the
war. Slavs reinforced and are heprinnintr tn Ar. , . a -
Also heavy battling on East Prussian border and in central Poland.
utviaivt wuua ci uuiaiueu except a great death list.