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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915.
Telegraph News of the Week.
CHICAGO, June 16. Points at issue in the Chicago strike are to
be settled by arbitration.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 16. Julius Kahn, in a statement to
the people here, advises fairness to Japanese.
Engels copper stock is selling at $2 on the Coast.
LONDON, June 16. German Zeppelin last night bombarded towns
on the northeast coast of England. Fifteen killed, 15 wounded. In a
number of cases exploding bombs set fire to buildings.
In eastern arena, Austro-Gcrmans continue to hurl themselves
against the weakened -Russian lines, and Russians are still retiring,
though stubborn resistance is being made. Petrograd admits that Rus
sians have withdrawn across Galician border into Russian territory,
from previous positions. Near Czcrnowitz, Russians claim to have
taken numerous prisoners and guns and recaptured a number of villages
The French embassy announces that Allies have taken another line
of trenches west of Lal'assc.
KARLSRUHE, June 16. The air raid of Allies against this city
vcsterdav resulted in the killing of 19 persons. It is termed a nefarious
and senseless act by the press, which suggests the best retaliatory step
would be to bombard the western portion ot Jontlon.
WASHINGTON. June 16. First statement by ex-Secretary Bryan
was made public today. The first section, entitled "Causeless War",
prophesies greatest peacemaking opportunity in history of the United
States is certain to come to this country. With the return of peace,
will come also the demand for an international conference to change
the rules of international laws rules, he said, that were made for na
tions at war, rather than for nations at peace. He also says lie will
point out a way for peace in the present conflict.
LONDON, June 16. General von Mackensen telegraphed the
Kaiser today that he hopes to occupy Lembcrg on or before July 15.
Mosciska, which has been the" Teutonic objective since Przemysl
fell, was taken yesterday. The Russian resistance has again collapsed
under the fierce fire and rushes of the German infantry. The German
tactics have been enormously costly but have brought results for which
Germany was willing to pay. In a four-hour bombardment Germany
discharged 700,000 projectiles, or double the number formerly thought
sufficient for a six-months siege of a great and well provisioned fortress.
In the presence of such a fire, without considering serious losses, all
men became more or less stupified. If Germany makes success von
Mackensen expects, an abrupt about face towards Italy is on the cards.
WASHINGTON, June 16. In view of strained relations between
Germany and the United States, army men here oppose heavy invasion
ROME, June 16. The Pope has placed his villa at Castle Gran
dolfo at the disposal of. wounded Italian soldiers.
PARIS, June 16. Capture of several German look-out posts was
reported last night. Joffres' methods of nibbling, while not bringing
any great gain, continues to add small pieces of territory each week.
UNDINE, June 16. While standing on the steps of the American
embassy, Signor Canova, in charge of the Italian consulate at Trieste,
was arrested by Austrians and sent to a detention camp.
LONDON, June 16. The small Swedish steamer Verdandi, was
torpedoed in Christiana sound yesterday.
PARIS, June 16. French aeroplanes entered the grand duchy Baden
with 21 machines, and inflicted great damage on Karlsruhe. Anti-airship
rifles brought down two machines.
HONOLULU, June 15. The Marketing Division of the Experi
ment Station, will ship pines to a:n in car'oad 'oU
The ashes of the late Chas. R. Bishop will arrive by the Matsonia.
NEW YORK, June J 5. Former Secretary of the Navy VonMeyer
says United States navy is deteriorating under present administration.
ATHENS, June 15. It is apparent that in general the election just
held, the former premier Venizelos has won a great victory, giving indi
cations of the desire of the people to enter the war. Two-thirds of par
liament will be of war party. ,
LONDON, June 15 British press comments are in belief that
Greek election shows deliberate choice of the people.Jto cast their lot
with the Allies.
QUNSBRUCK, June 15. Austrian troops numbering 25,000 left
Trentino and are now advancing against Italians, on the Rivo Rivereto
front in vicinity of Gorse and Grabisa. On other front in Trieste there
is heavy fighting. Casualties placed at 1500 each side.
LONDON, June 15 Sir Edward Carson, the new British Attor
ney General, in addressing board of trade inquiry, gave complete denial
to German charge that Lusitania was an armed auxiliary cruiser of the
British navy. Hearings are in part secret.
KARLSHRUE, June 15. Five hostile aviators bombarded city for
45 minutes today. Several persons killed and wounded.
LONDON, June 15. Reports from Paris mention slight gain made
by Allies all along the line. "Trawler Argyll sunk by submarine, four
of crew drowned. Trawler sent to bottom without warning. Went
down in two minutes.
House of Commons today voted 250,000,000 credit for war pur
poses, making a total of 862,000,000. During the next three months,
the war expenses will be 3,000,000 per day. Since the begining of
the war 13,547 officers and men of British army have been killed,
wounded or are missing.
ATHENS, June 15. The war party throughout Greece won in the
election held yesterday. The immediate results may be postponed by
King Constantine's illness. His condition does not satisfy his physi
Roumania, it is understood, has obtained the consent of the Allies
to the compensation she demands for her support, and her entry of
the war arena is regafded as imminefit. She is fully prepared for war
and has 850,000 men ready ot take field. She has spent up to date
$8,000,000 buying ammunition from Italy, France and the United States.
ROME, June 15. Austria is unable to interpose effective opposi
tion to the advance of the Italians against Trieste. Dispatches report
a number of tactical successes netting continued progress.
THE HAGUE, June 15. An international convention of socialists
will be held here to discuss peace. Russian socialist leaders have ac
cepted the invitation conditionally. The head of the Belgian branch
refuses to have anything to do with meeting if Germany is represented.
WINNBOROUGH, N. C, June 15. The sheriff and a negro pris
oner were killed while making a defense of the jail. Three relatives of
the girl whom the negro was accused of assaulting, were indicted yes
terday. WASHINGTON, June 15. Bryan will make statement telling
how he would deal with war as it is, and its causes, and how to end it.
BERLIN, June 15. German reprisals upon British prisoners have
been discontinued since Palfour became first lord of the Admiralty.
NEW YORK, June 15. Ex-Secretary of War Stimson said, in
address yesterday, that if United States intended to back up President
Wilson, it will be obliged to declare war on Germany, should another
American ship be attacked by German submarines.
HONOLULU, June 14. More defenses for Oahu tirged by con
gressmen. Government may annex 40 acres adjoining Moanalua.
Bartlett brewery deal may be probed by liquor commission.
CHICAGO, June 14.-14,000 surface and elevated railway men
got out of employment due to strike. Traffic burden is now on steam
roads. Hours of service and small pay cause of strike.
WASHINGTON, June 14. Supreme court has decided a long
standing controversy between Virginia and West Virginia. The latter
is to pay $12,393,939, as her share of old Virginia debt.- This debt was
extant before the division of the two states.
LONDON, June 14. Although French appear unrelenting in their
offensive, which is netting slow progress in northwest of France, the
prime importance in war situation in Europe today, is in eastern arena.
Here the Russian armies, thrown back from Carpathians and dislodged
from Przemysl, are endeavoring to rally and are opposing a strong front
to the victorious Austro-German forces, driving forward flushed with
prospects of driving Slavs from Galicia and taking up position. A new
unconfirmed report says Austro-German troops occupy Furawa and
further south crossed the Dncister. Russians are making a stand in
Galicia after weeks of defeat, their new effectiveness indicating that
shortage of ammunition has been overcome and they now have weight
of guns and men to oppose Teuton allies.
VIENNA, June 14. Official announcement says: "Now Mackcn
sen's army occupies Russian position along entire front Cyeriawa to
TETROGRAD, June 14. German attempts to drive Russians from
new position near Mosciska, Galicia, has been costly. Austro-Germans
lost 20.000 killed in the effort to take enemy's trenches. Advices indi
cate Teuton allies have abandoned their contemplated attack on Lem
berg, now occupied by Russians. Teutons were making good progress
towards Lemberg after taking Przemysl.
ROME, June 14. Bombs from Italian aircraft were dropped yes
terday on tip of Austrian peninsula and terrific explosions that followed
destroyed not only the arsenal but the important naval station there.
Several warships were also seriously damaged.
An attack in force has been begun on Gorizia, after the successful
attack on the Isonzo river. Gorizia is one of the most strongly fortified
Austrian positions commanding the approach to Trieste and Pola. All
communications with Gorizia have been cut and fall is imminent.
Geneva hears that 45,000 Austrian troops have been moved north
ward towards Gorizia and Nabressina.
WASHINGTON, June 14. Envoy from Villa to Carranza now
on way for conference at Vera Cruz.
PETROGRAD, June 14. Russians are driving back Turkish col
umns which crossed line into Trans-Caucasia. Retreating Turks'are
falling back on Oik.
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General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stove, Twine
Matting, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc
COFFIN8 MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
Fourth of July Races 1915.
, To be Held
Saturday, July 3, 1915.
. AT KAHUIwUr, MAUI.
FIRST RACE Japanese race, 3 mile; free-for-all
horses owned and to be ridden by Japanese.
1st prize $ 75.00
2nd prize 25.00
SECOND RACE Hawaiian bred, H mile; 1st prize. . 100.00
2nd prize 50.00
THIRD RACE Two-year old, iree for all, mile,
1st prize .. 100.00
2nd prize 50.00
FOURTH RACE Luna's race, y2 mile, for horses
that have been used on plantations only;
1st prize 50.00
2nd prize 25.00
FIFTH RACE Pony race, 14.3 or under, free for all,
Yi mile ; 1st prize 100.00
2nd prize 25.00
SIXTH RACE Trotting or pacing, free for all, 1 mile,
heats ; best 3 in 5 ; horses to be handicapjd accord
ing to time, purse 500.00
SEVENTH RACE Free for all, y4 mile;
1st prize 175.00
2nd prize 50.00
EIGHTH RACE Mule race, H mile;
1st prize 25.00
2nd prize 10.00
NINTH RACE Hawaiian bred, M mile;
1st prize 150.00
2nd prize ...... 50.00
TENTH RACE Cowboy relay race, mile;
1st prize 25.00
2nd prize 10.00
ELEVENTH RACE Japanese race, mile ; Japanese
ridden and owned horses; Silis is barred;
1st prize 40.00
2nd prize 25.00
3rd prize 10.00
Entry fee for all races, 10 percent, of purse.
Entries will close at 9 p. m., Thursday, June 24, at the
Maui Hotel, Wailuku, T. IL
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
no! SflHFniJI F 1915
APRIL MAY JUINE
ci.,-.. Leave PIRJBT MOIjiND Hnwnllan Islands
dieamer g, p. Arrive Leave Arrive Leave
Wiihelmina.. April 7 April 13 April 21
Hilonio April 8 April 11 Apoil 17 April 26 May 5
Enterprise.. April 10 April 18 April 24
Manoa April 13 April 20 April 27
Matsonia ..... April 21 April 27 May 5
tLurline April 27 May 4 May 11
Hyades April 29 May 2 May 8 May 18 May 26
Wiihelmina.. May 5 May 11 May 19
Enterprise.. May 8 May 16 May 22
Manoa May 11 '. May 18 May 25
Hyades May 19 May 25 June 2
Hilonia May 20 May 23 May 29 June 7 June 16
tLurline May 25 June 1 June 8
Wiihelmina.. June 2 June 8 June 15
Enterprise.. June 5 June 13 Tune 19
Manoa June 8 June 15 " June 22
Hyades June 10 June 13 June 19 June 29 July 7
Matsonia June 16 June 22 June 38
tLurline June 22 June 29 July 6
Wiihelmina.. June 3O July 6 July 14
ImpOftSrit NOtiCB - FRANCIS HAMFY Sile from San
- Francisco March 27, for HONOLULU
PORT ALLEN, KAANAPALI and KAHULUI, with freight and com
bustibles, and sails about every twenty-eight days thereafter
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia ) ,
S. S. Wiihelmina To Honolulu and Hilo.
S. S. Manoa )
S. S. Lurline To Ko" Kahulul.
S. S. Hilonian i To all Hawaiian Ports via
S. S. Hyades j Puget Sound.
c o FntemrUp i For Hn direct- Carries Livestock,
b. b. enterprise j combustibles.
tLurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
f Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Uime Oable3(aliului Slat road Co,
... Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
5 33 3 3
5 23,3 H
5 2 3 I7i
5 10 3 07
9 3 05
52 2 47
Si a 46
45 a 4o
h" Spreck- "A
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L" Hama- A
L- Haiku ..A
. 2 i 6 8 10
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6 40,8 50 1 30 3 35 s 38
o 6 50 9 00 1 40 3 45 5 48
3-3 6 52 1 423 47
7 02 1 52 3 57
69 7 3 1 53 3 58
9.8 7 15 a 054 10
7 17 2 074 "
7 24 a 14 4 19
7 25 a 15 4 20
7 33 ...... 2 23 4 28
7 35 a 25 4 30
15.3 7 4 a 30 4 35 .......
. 0 L..Kahului..A
6 223 15
6 12(3 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sunday
aj 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahulul at 5:50 a. m., and connecting wit
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 130 pounds of personal baggage will ba carried fre
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket; whea
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 LC.C.
No. 8, or Inquire at any of the Depots.
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