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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, TULY 17, 1915.
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Telegraph News of the Week.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 15. W ireless to take in San Francisco
to New Zealand via Honolulu and Tahiti, is now projected. Plant
will he built at this place.
WASHINGTON, July 14. Adherents of Villa deny rumor that
he will withdraw from command of armies in favor of General Kohles.
Villa has evacuated Aguas Calientes.
PARIS, July 14. The coffin with the remains of the author of the
Marseillaise, was carried through the streets followed by high officials
and an immense crowd to Palace of Invalidcs.
LONDON, July 14. Italy's determined invasion of Austrian ter
ritory is proceeding with such dash that the Austrians are unable to
check it. A raid by Italian aviators over the Austrian camp at Goritza
was highly successful.
Large gains towards Verdun are claimed by Germans in an official
report from the west front fighting. The French maintain that the pro
gress of the Germans has been definitely stopped in the Argonne dis
trict. No developments in the east arena today.
Threatened with prosecution under the new government munitions
act ,the striking miners in Wales are preparing to resume work at once.
In Neath, where the trouble had been most acute, thousands of miners
have already returned to work.
The captain and four of the crew of the Swedish schooner Daisy
were killed by a mine exploding under the vessel on the Swedish coast.
BERLIN, July 14. Forty-three of the enemy's mcrchantment, with
a total tonnage 120,000, were torpedoed by German submarines in June.
W4SlliNGTON, July 14. Secretary Daniels has accepted the
resignation of Naval Constructor Ferguson, who will go to a private
Orville White and Hudson Maxim have expressed willingness to
remain on new civilian advisory board, but it is not known whether or
not they have been invited to join.
ATLANTA, July 14. The rumor of intention of a mob to lynch
Leo Franks, is not confirmed.
TOKIO, July 14. Preparation by the Japanese government for
returning to the Chinese the custom house at Tsing Tau, are nearly
completed. TJie Japanese public is dissatisfied with this plan.
NEW YORK, July 14. New York is facing the greatest strike
in point of numbers, in its history. 21,000 pants makers demand better
sanitary conditions. They will work at old wages if conditions are im
proved. 50,000 w omen operators working independently may be called
out. Union leaders say they arc prepared to call out 70,000 more.
The jury decided today that Harry Thaw is sane. The defense
took but little time in presenting its case, after the state rested.
LONDON, July 14. In view of the assembling of Greek parlia
ment, called for Thursday, it is probable -that the war party will con
trol. In the last general elections, Greece voted for war, and Roumania
is expected to throw her lot with the Allies.
The Roumanian authorities have seized several trains containing
munitions of war and supplies. Frame work in double was found in
the constructions of some of the freight cars, with shells concealed
between the partitions. Thirteen cases of poisonous. gas apparatus have
been seized by Roumania.
NEW YORK, July 14. The National Security League, at a
meeting yesterday, recommended compulsory military training in schools
and special courses.
WASHINGTON, July 14. President Wilson will return to Wash
ington at once and consult with cabinet over reply to be made to Ger
many. He has not yet decided upon best policy to be pursued.
ATLANTA, July 14. A wide spread plot to storm the peniten
tiary and secure Leo Franks and lynch him, has been discovered and
the militia is in readiness to act against mob violence.
PARIS, July 14. The crown prince has met failure in his attempt
to force back the threatening French advance, against his right flank.
Having tried in vain to hammer in the head of the German wedge sent
forward from Metz to St." Mihiel, the French are now systematically
sapping at the wedge in an effort to cut it off. The German resistance
of this advance has produced particularly bloody fighting.
LONDON, July 14. Bankers have notified the Kaiser that the
war must quickly end or the German empire will be plunged into bank
ruptcy. The Emperor says it will end in October. This occurred in
an interview between the bankers and the Kaiser.
NEW YORK, July 14. The state has rested its case in the Thaw
trial. Defense will now begin.
LONDON, July 14. Britishers who shirk duty will face the dis
grace of conscription. This warning has been sent out to young men
who evade duty that they must come forward or the government will
draft them into service. The injustice to volunteers has reached its
limit, for under the present system those who go to the front are in
the majority married men.
NEW ORLEANS, July 14. Two more letters signed "Peace
were delivered vesterday afternoon, one to an afternoon newspaper
and the other to the chief of police. Both threatened disaster to British
WASHINGTON, July 13 Secretary Garrison has accepted the
tesignalion of Lt. Col. Horney and Maj. Phillips, who will become asso
ciated with a powder and ammunition works.
The navy department has purchased several torpedo nets ai.d is
experimenting with methods (of protecting battleships from submarine
attacks. The nets are made of wire links.
NEW YORK, July 13. The president of the American Sugar
Refining Company and the chairman of the board of directors, have re
signed. SAN FRANCISCO, July 13. The Union Iron Works has con
tracted for another oil tanker for the Union Oil Company.
LONDON, July 13. It is rumored here that an important confer
ence between the kings of Greece, Roumania and Bulgaria, is to be
held soon at Athens, to confer upon the attitude of the Balkan states
in the war.
The offensive movement of the Teuton forces on the Prussian
front has been resumed north of Warsaw, the city being once more in
some menace. Believed that General Mackensen is reinforcing his army
and preparing for coup which may be disastrous to Russians.
War munitions act recently passed will soon be applied in South
Wales, where a coal strike is in progress. Participation in the strike
is made a felony and strikers will be vigorously prosecuted.
The total subscriptions to date to the British war loan, approximate
NEW YORK, July 13. Various European headquarters report
vigorous fighting around labyrith, where some of the most ferocious
combats of the entire war have centered. The French claim that the
Germans have been repulsed in an attempt to take famous fortifications.
The German advances at Souchez reported today. In Woevre
district struggle is desperate, trenches being taken yard by yard. French
aviators dropped 171 bombs on the railroad at Apremont. There were
35 aeroplanes in the fleet.
WASHINGTON, July 13. Without qualification, it is universally
considered that relations between the United States and Germany are
more strained than at any time in the history of the two nations. No
new developments, but it is believed that the next note to Germany will
be in the nature of an ultimatum. Argument will cease and statement
of what the United States expects of Germany will be substituted. The
dignity of the nation will be upheld and President Wilson has let this
fact become known.
VANCOUVER, July 13. Two German farmers, residents of Brit
ish Columbia for thirty years, were yesterday put under arrest on charge
of treason, in that they assisted two Germans to escape across the border
and prevented their arrest and internment.
SEATTLE, July 13. Alden J. Blethen, editor and publisher of
the Seattle Times, is dead.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 13. George S. McKenzie, once the
proprietor of the Volcano Stables, Hilo, was killed in an automobile
accident. His sister-in-law, Mrs. Rod McKenzie, was badly injured.
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'Hyades 55 July 22
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the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
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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
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