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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915.
Telegraph News of the Week.
LONDON, June 9 A. J. Balfour announces today the sinking
of a German submarine. Six officers and 21 of crew captured. He
announced that hereafter submarine business will be accorded treat
ment identical with that of other German prisoners captured.
. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 9. Shells from shore batteries sank
one of Allies transports.
BERLIN, June 9. Austrians have captured Stanislau with 4500
prisoners. Lieut. Warneford, the Canadian aviator, has been awarded
cross of the Legion of Honor.
ROME, June 9. Italian dirigible balloon, which attacked Austro
Ilungarian forts of Flume, is reported to have caught fire. It is be
lieved it was an accident. Crew thought to have been captured by
LONDON, June 9. Unusul interest aroused through Bryan's res
ignation. Newspapers declare in big headlines, American crisis is at
Premier Asquith says that up to May 31, British losses in killed,
wounded, and missing arc 257,000
VENICE, June 9. Two Austrian aeroplanes attacked -Venice
early today, dropping bombs. One killed, several wounded. Guns used
for protection against airships were brought into action and a furious
fusillade followed. Believed one aeroplane was damaged. A steam
boat was damaged, and the windows of the Hotel Monaco were broken
by the explosion of a bomb in the street.
WASHINGTON, June 9. Reports are current that Secretary
Daniels mav resign because of his strong friendship for Bryan.
Second' German note sent today. Will be given out for publication
on Fri 'av. .
Simultaneously with departure of Bryan from the Cabinet, a state
ment of his attitude will be given out for publication. Lansing will be
made secretary ad interim. No effort was made by Bryan to aline
others of Cabinet in accord with his views.
WASHINGTON, June 9. Bryan's third offer to resign was ac
cepted reluctantly by President Wilson. Bryan said: "The policies
you have decided to adopt are of such moment that for me to remain
in your cabinet would be as unfair to you as to the cause whiclris
nearest my heart the cause of preservation of peace."
A hint as to the attitude in Berlin is conveyed in word which has
reached here from Shanghai, that refugees are ordered to remain there
and not to return to Germany by way of United States. It is the gen
eral opinion here that severing of diplomatic relations may not neces
sarily mean a declaration of war, but that much greater complications
would follow if any further attacks be made upon Americans as in
the case of the Gul flight and Lusitania.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 9. In an interview yesterday with Gov
ernor Pinkham, he said sugar stocks have more money than they know
what to do with. .
LONDON, June 9. The great battle that has been raging in
Lemberg is far from being a decisive victory for Germany and Austria,
as reports now indicate. Teutonic allies retained offensive until they
crossed the Dneistcr river. There the drive seems to have become, ex
hausted. The Russians, from falling back precipitately, first took up
a defensive position against which the Austro-Germans dashed their
regiments vainly. Then the Russians took the offensive and Austro-Germans
are falling back. .
WASHINGTON, June S. William Jennmg Bryan has resigned
as Secretary of State on account of differences of opinion in matter of
note to Germany. The resignation takes effect on Wednesday. Robert
Lansing, counsellor of the State Department, will become acting Secre
tary. As official adviser he is in close touch with present situation.
LONDON, June 8. Lieutenant Warneford, a Canadian aviator,
who pursued the German Zeppelin between Ghent and Brussels, has
been given the Victoria Cross.
WASHINGTON, June 8. For two hours today the cabinet dis
cussed with the President text of second note to Germany. This will
probably go to Berlin tomorrow. .
ROME, June 8. Dispatch from Athens says condition of King
Constantine is much worse. Condition grave.
WASHINGTON, June 8. From official Berlin dispatches, Ger
man airships are raiding English coast vigorously. Have been shotat
by land and ship guns, but returned unhurt to their bases.
TOKIO, June 8. Further scenes of disorder witnessed in house
of representatives today, due to fight made on government onaccount
of course of Chinese negotiations.
HONOLULU, June 8. From October 1 to end of year, Hono
lulu is cut from Pacific Mail schedules.
HONOLULU, June 7.--Charles R. Bishop died after a short
illness in Berkeley, California.
UNDINE, June 7. Advance of Italian army across the Imozo
began forty miles north of the Gulf of Trieste. Battle is in progress
at Gradisca. The Italian advance is meeting with determined resist
ance from Austrians.
LONDON, June 7. German submarines continue to sink mer
chant vessels. Steamers Star and St. Anne, and trawler Geromio have
Aviator from Allies forces had battle in air between Ghent and
Brussels, when he met and attacked a Zeppelin and dropped bombs on
it. The Zeppelin exploded and burst into flames and fell to earth with
A German Zeppelin visited the East coast last night, bombarding
a number of places, killing six and wounding forty. Two fires broke
out as result of exploding bombs.
BERLIN, June 7. In Zeppelin raid on English coast Friday, the
towns and villages along mouth of the river Umber, between Yoik and
Lincoln counties, were attacked, as was Harwick, farther south. Con
siderable damage done both places.
BERLIN, June 7. German submarine torpedoed and sank Rus
sian cruiser Amur, second-class, in Baltic Sea Friday.
VIENNA, June 7. According to dispatches, Austrians have
reached Lemberg which is now occupied by Russians, and are threat
ening to dislodge them from there, as from Przemysl.
CONSTANTINOPLE, June 7. Allies have been repulsed in the
Gallipoli fighting, suffering heavy losses.
PARIS, June 7. French mine layer struck mine in Aegean Sea
and sank. Loss believed to be sixty people.
HONOLULU, June 8. McCarn may give up trial of Scully on
account of difficulty in securing a jury.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 8. The body of Charles R. Bishop
will be taken to Honolulu for burial.
WASHINGTON, June 8. General Villa will reply to President's
note of warning that he has invited General Carranza to a conference
to be held in neutral territory. Wilson's demand was that warring
chieftains cease fight. Villa thinks he scents intervention.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 8. O'Neill, chief of department of con
cessions, of the Panama Exposition, together with a number of others,
was seriously injured when a Fillmore street car dashed down hill and
came into collision with another..
ATHENS, June 8. King Constantine has passed crisis and is
LONDON, June 8. Word has been received from Ceylon that a
large number of Buddhists and Moslems have engaged in a riot follow
ing the looting of Moslem stroes by Buddhists.
LONDON, June 8. It has been discovered that a secret treaty,
signed by Roumania, Germany, and Austria, expiring in 1920, is in
existence. Under it Roumania should remain neutral to Teuton allies.
PARIS, June 8. In a desperate attempt on the part of Germans
to regain lost trench, Germans sacrificed 2000 men. In reprisal for
similar methods adopted by Teutons, French sprayed German trenches
with flaming liquids.
France and England have included Italy in a financial pool which
Allies have formed, for conduct of joint campaign.
Take Place Next Week
Interesting Exercises In School Last
Week Basket Ball Next Thursday
Cadet Drill a Success.
The pupils of the primary room of
the Maui High and Grammar School
gave the following program on Friday,
June-4, before an audience eoir.posefl
of parents and friends.
Song "For Flowers that Bloom"..
Sone "The Apple Tree" Chorus
Recitation "Spring Is Hern"
.... Kernice L'arlo
Class Recitation "What Bluebird
Song "Bluebird" Clans
Recitation "Robert of Lincoln". . .
Song-"How Do Robins Build Their
Nests" Choi up
Recitation "Of Speckled Kpgs the
Birdie Sings" Eddie Lu lin
Owl Song Grades I and II
Recitation "The Brook and the
Wave" Martha Wilbui
Recitation "The Brook'
Recitation "The Horseman"
Recitation "My Shadow"
Recitation "The Rosebush"
Recitation "Violet" ...Lucy Baldwin
Recitation "Dandelion" ...
Song "Dandelion" Class
Recitation "The Lily"
Class Recitation "The March Wind"
Grades 2 and 3
Kite Song (with motions)
Grades 2 and 3
Pocahontis ....Charlotte Baldwin
Powhatan ,.. Walter Walker
Indian Brave Dwight Baldv. in
Indian Brave .....George Sauerc
Playlett "The Wise Man"
Wise Mann Diehard Sloccett
Lazy Man Keinard Watson
Giant Allen Ver.huizen
Reciter Willie Mou-. 'castle
Playlet "A Change of Opinion"..
Mary Elizabeth Walsh
Katie Martha Wilbui
Rosella Bernice Carley
Johnny George Sauers
Jimmy Donald Livingston
Robert Dwight Baldwin
Song "Hawaii's Child Am I". .School
The High School also held exercises
the same afternoon which were of
pleasing character. The program was
Reading an Original Theme "Kala-
nimoku on Haleakala"
Miss Dorothy Lindsay
Song "The Skylark"
..Misses Fernandes and Murdoch
Reading of Original Theme "The
Hawnted Room In Castle Allinni-
bra" Miss Alice Walker
Reading "The Presentation of the
Trumpet" Miss Irene Wells
Piano Solo Miss Walsh
Reading. ."What Man Dare, I Dare"..
Miss Annie Walker
Examinations Next Week.
The following Is the schedule of the
Those Who Travel
Tcr str. Claudino, June 8 J. G.
Pratt, 10. G. Baitlett, K. H. Wotlo
house, Mr. Gelslcke, A. J. de Suuza,
C. C. KursdorfVr, Jr., MIbs Annie Mor
ris, Mlsi Virginia Fernandez, Miss
GeorRinn Fernandez, T. J. Flavin. I).
II. Machnnuchie, Miss Ii. Welsh, Mis.
Robert E. Faulkner, Mrs. F. Stark, G.
K. Takebury. William Hipp, I). F.
Balch, John Martin, L. E. Ilailoy, Hub
bard Allan, Miss Bessie Groves, Miss
Seva Mossman, B. Salzer, Joe Kra
mar. Per str. Mauna Kea. Juno 9 H. Pus
chor, L. llafterman. W. F. Dillingham,
and wife, H. J. Castle and wife, T.
Crocker and wife, Mrs. R. Ivers, Miss
Xewhall, A. II. Rice, H. Scolt. F. F
Baldwin, Miss. .1. Lee, E. R. Bevlns,
Geo. Edwards, Miss A. Wodehouse. D.
L. Meyer, Mrs. I. r. renhallow, Mrs.
Pereir'a and 3 children, Mrs. D. von
Tcnipsky, Miss von Teinpsky. Miss R.
von Tempsky, Ray Irwin, Mrs. Bur
Iem and child, E. Murphy.
Per str. Mauna Kea, June 7. II. A.
Baldwin, F. F. Baldwin, J. D. Tucker,
Robert Scott, D. L. Meyer, Mrs. Jas.
Roberts, W. Walsh, A. L. MoPherson,
Per str. Mikahala, June 5. Tons;
Lee, Mrs. D. H. Keliaa nnd child, W.
A. Dickson, D. Kaslele, C. S. Judd and
wife, J. B. Awissiz. Miss V. Meyer,
Mrs. F. C. Field and child.
Per str. Mauna Kea, June 4. Mrs.
D. H. Case, L. E. Arnold, J. G. Trott.
Jr., Miss S. Driscoll, J. W. Koipman;
S. A. Cutter, Mrs. Annie Hoy, Misses
Hoy (4), J. F. C. Hagens, Y. Uchida.
final examinations of the High School
which begin next Wednesday:
Juniors Sophomores Freshmen
Wednesday, June 16.
Thursday, June 17.
History History History
Friday, June 18.
Adv. Algebra German German
Monday, June 21.
Cicero Literature Algebra
Tuesday, June 22.
Literature Gen, Science
Wednesday, June 23.
Physics Caesar Literature
Thursday, June 24.
, Geometry Latiu
There is to be a return basket ball
game between the girls of the Taia
Public School and the team represent
ing the Maui High School. The game
is ot be on the Hamakuapoko court'on
Friday, June 18, at 2:30 p. m. The
public is cordially invited .
Mrs. Millie B. Hair, of Hamakua
poko, loft last Saturday for Honolulu
to undergo an operation.
Last Saturday evening there was a
very pleasant drill and dance at the
Community House, Pala. The drill
was by the members of the newly
formed Maul Cadets and was very
creditably done. After the drill there
was a social dance. About fifty dol
lars was realized which is intended to
be used for outfitting the Cadets.
Miss Canle Thompson, a teacher in
the Spreckclsville school .leaves today
for the Coast. She has resigned her
position in order to take a course in
the summer school of the Universitv
of California and will probably coii'i
nue her studies on the mainland dur
ing the next year either at the Uni
versity of California or at Columbia
WASHINGTON', June 8. The President did not finish the sec
ond note to Germany last night, and it has not yet been cabled.
As a direct result of recent friction between China and Japan, can
be traced a shortage of ammunitions with Russians.
LONDON, June 8. Teuton allies are continuing the successful
assault which won them Przemysl, and are fighting way eastward. Ad
vance has established itself within sixty miles of the Russian border.
AMSTERDAM, June 7. Rumors of reorganization of French
cabinet printed in newspapers here today.
ROME, June 7. First important battle Austro-Italian campaign
is raging for possession of Telmino. Austria at last offers furious re
sistance to Italian advance.
There is deep disatisfaction in Berlin over failure of Austria to
offer more vigorous opposition at outset. Real object. of Kaiser's visit
to Vienna was to arrange more effective campaign in south.
WASHINGTON, June 7. Second note to Germany delayed until
tomorrow as President desires to go over each phrase, that there' may
be no mistake and Germany may say yes or no to the demands.
ATHENS, June 7. Teutons are reinforcing their west front bet
ween Arras and Ypres.
LONDON, June 7. Allies have driven Turks out of strong forti
fications at Gallipoli and advance on Ottoman defenses at point of bayo
net, throwing Turks back two miles on important city Amara, and 7000
yards gained. Many troops, guns, and ships captured by invaders.
BUCHAREST, June 7. Roumania in throes of crisis which bears
resemblance to that which caused Italy to enter war.
WASHINGTON, June 6. Conditions in Mexico growing worse.
Americans suffering in famine that has country in its grasp and are be
ing subjected to insults of the populace induced by the news of the
warning sent by President Wilson. Transports will be sent to Vera
Cruz to take on Americans and refugees.
NOGALES, June 6. Armed force of American cowboys and
miners crossed the line yesterday and braved a company of Mexicans
and returned with two boys who had been seized the day before by
three Mexicans who charged them with being spies.
LONDON, June 6. German fleet in Baltic has been reinforced
by some of larger units of main German fleet, according to reports re
ceived here from Petrograd.
Yesterday and last night German aeroplanes dropped bombs at
Calais and along east and south coast of England. One person killed.
HANOVER, June 6. Von Hindenberg says: "The treacherous in
tervention of supposed friends of Germany has postponed the time
when we shall bring fighting to an end."
LONDON, June 6. Nation waiting for news of decisive battle in
Dardanelles. It is believed recent fighting on land and sea has brought
fall of Constantinople within a measurable distance of time.
LONDON, June 5. Steamer Enamay, trawler Strathbourne, and
ship George Mary sunk by enemies' submarines within last few hours.
KIRKWALL, June 5. Steam fishing vessels Kathleen and Even
ing Star sunk by submarines. Crew saved.
LONDON, June 5. Trawlers Horace and Economy destroyed by
bombs placed by German submarines.
LEITH, June 5. Steamer Sunnethead sunk by submarine. Crew
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
N0.2 .Ni Hh I K 1915
APRIL MY JUNE
Sionmoi Leave PIKiBT tOLND Hnwnllan Inlnndn Arrive Vojr.
3lCuin.br g p. Arrive Leave Arrive Leave 8. F. No.
Wilhclmina.. April 7 April 13 April 21 April 27 68
llilonio April 8 April 11 Apoil 17 April 26 May 5 May 13 86
Enterprise.. April 10 April 18 April 24 May 2 122
Manoa April 13 April 20 April 27 May 4 15
Matsonia April 21 April 27 May 5 May 11 17
tLurline April 27 May 4 May 11 May 18 83
Hyades April 29 May 2 May 8 May 18 May 26 June 5 53 -
Wilheftnina.. May 5 May 11 May 19 May 25 69
Enterprise.. May 8 May 16 May 22 May 3O 123
Manoa May 11 May 18 May 25 June 1 16
Hyades May 19 May 25 June 2 June 8 18
Hilonia May 20 May 23 May 29 June 7 June 16 June 24 87
tLurline May 25 June 1 June 8 June 15 84
Wilhellnina.. June 2 June 8 June 15 June 22 70
"Enterprise.. June 5 June 13 lune 19 June 27 -124
Manoa June 8 June 15 June 22 Jnne 29 17
Hyades June 10 June 13 Jnne 19 June 29 July 7 July 17 54
Matsonia .June 16 June 22 June 30 July 6 19
tLurline June 22 June 29 July 6 July 13 85
Wilhehnina.. June 3O July 6 July 14 July 20 71
Important Notice francis hamfv sue rom san
rruncisco marcn ior nuiULULU,
POUT ALLliN, KAANAPALI and KAHULUI, with freight and com
bustibles, and sails about every twenly-eight days thereafter.
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia.. .
S. S. Wilhclmina
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Ililonian
S. S. Hyades
S. S. Enterprise.
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahului.
To all Hawaiian Ports via
T'or Hilo direct. Carries Livestock
tLurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
t Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Sfime dable-3(cihului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
5 33 3 3t
1 25 S 42
5 23,3 20 1 15 8 30 6 25
5 20 3 17
5 10 3 07
5 9j3 5
5 o,3 55
4 5: 2 53
4 52 47
4 5i 2 46
4 45,2 4o
4 44.2 39
4 4,2 35
h" Spreck- 'A
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
6 40 8 50 1 30
b 50 9 001 40
3 455 48,
1 42 3 47
1 52 3 57
2 50G 00 .0L..KahuluiA 2. 5G 223 15
3 00 G 10, 2.5'A-Puunene..L (L 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 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
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff L C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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