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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915.
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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
LONDON. August 4. The wedding of the daughter of Ambas
sador Page to Charles Doling, of Boston, was quite an event.
NEW YORK, August 4. Wide spread disaster by a great storm
that swept over the northen section of New York and Canada. By the
breaking of the Glenwood dam 50 persons were drowned. The north
easterly coast was terribly battered by wind and rain.
CAPE HAITI EN, August 4.-"-Government officials have fled to
Fort Libertc seeking refuge from revolutionists entering yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 4. Four customs inspectors have
examined the books and stock of Mikimoto, a Japanese pearl exhibitor.
He is suspected of smuggling.
PETROGRAD, August 4. Official bulletins today claim that War
saw has not fallen. Hope is expressed that Russians may yet hold the
Polish capital. Severe fighting near city, both sides losing heavily.
Germans are reinforcing their army with troops from France. Prince
Leopold's crack organization of Bavarians is now carrying out a series
of charges to try to capture Warsaw.
W ASHINGTON, August 4. The United States will not recede
from firm protest lodged against British blockade of German trade. The
President has ready a reply to two British notes, but concedes that con
ditions of this war are unusual. However, he continues a vigorous pro
test, declaring the capture of neutral ships voyaging to neutral ports is
illegal. It is probable that the controversy will be submitted to an inter
LONDON, August 4. That the Allies are conferring with Greece
to induce King Constantine to join in the war against the Teutons, is
attributed to a conference at Athens between diplomaitc representatives
of the entente powers and Greece.
Sensational reports are current that three separate revolutions are
in progress in Portugal. Riots in streets and public buildings, and as
HONOLULU, August 4. A. M. Brown succeeds Cathcart as City
and County Attorney.
A man on Maui who paid for telephone and did not get it promptly
had his case heard by Utility Board which believes the kick was justified.
McDume takes his troubles before the Ad Club. Says he cannot
get right sort of publicity and asks a wider audience for all his griev-
LONDON, August 4. The Russian counter attacks have been so
successful that it is certain that the grand duke will save his forces in
tact. arsaw is still in Russian bands and will remain so for probably
a week longer. There can be no such exodus as there was from Bel
gium into Holland. The rear guard of Russians is having its hands
lull settling its own problems.
CHICAGO, August 4. England wants skilled mechanics from the
United States, according to advertisements appearing in the morning
papers here. Help is badly needed in British ammunition factories.
PAklb, August 4. Cholera has broken out in Hungary.
WASHINGTON, August 4. Rioting in Chihuahua, held by Villa,
and street fighting in Mexico City between soldiers of different com
mands, are reported in dispatches to the state department.
All six of the South American republics invited to join in the
settlement of the Mexican difficulties, have accepted.
The context of two British notes received in reolv ta the protest
of the American government over the enforcement of British orders in
council, were made public today. Both reject America's contention that
such orders are illegal in international law, while the course being fol
lowed by the British is held to be in conformance with the spirit and
letter of international law. Regarding blockade of neutral ports, which
serve as supply bases for Germany, Britain states that the American
protest cannot be sustained either in international law or in principle of
international equity. It is the intention of Great Britain to continue
me mutKauL, uuui me uireci uiocwaae oi uerman ports ana tne inai-1
rect blockade, by preventing supplies reachine Germany through neu-1
tral ports ; but an effort will be made to prevent embarrassment of neu
trals in carrying out their legitimate trade with other neutral nations.
The claim advanced by the United States, that it is losing trade, Bri
tain believes is fully set off by the additional trade with other countries
due to the activities of war. British methods are an adaptation of old and
recognized principles of blockade, brought up to date to fit present day
BROWNSVILLE, August 3. Mexican bandits killed in fight
ing cavalrymen in thickets north of town.
LONDON, August 3. Fighting brilliantly, British have gained
crest of hill of ridge that divides Dardanelles peninsula, greatly im
proving position in campaign forcing way to Constantinople.
Situation in Warsaw unchanged. The Russians still hold capital :n
spite of efforts of Germans and Austrians. German armies continue
encircling movement in effort to drive Russians south. To avoid being
cut off Russians remaining in Warsaw will have to withdraw.
Desperate fighting today on banks of Narew and Vistula.
British carry out important offensive movement on western front
in vicinityj.of Ypres. Fighting is heavy at this point.
PARIS, August 3. Armenian relief committee informed that
Turks have massacred all males in Bitlis. Drove 9000 women and
children on banks of Tigris, shot down males, threw bodies in water.
Fear exists that 40,000 Armenians have already been massacred as re
sult of presecution of Turks.
ROME, August 3. News brought from front that 10,000 Austrians
have been crushed to death by rocks rolled from high mountains by
Italians. Italian climbers maneuvered unitl reaching positions high
above Austrians then sent boulders crushing down on heads of Aus
trians. PETROGRAD, August 3. Rodzianko, strong party man, re-elected
head of dunia. In resolution duma declared not to conclude, peace
with its enemy on any terms but Russian victory. It expresses faith
that shortage of munitions and failure of certain munitions to meet re
quirements is being ended and from now on Russian position will im
prove. PARIS, August 3. Aviators today dropped 25 bombs on Strass
burg. HONOLULU, August 3. Filipinos seem to have grown sus
picious of O. A. Steven and refuse to sign book until he makes plain
WASHINGTON, August 3. The next step towards the pacifica
tion of Mexico will be to call into conference sister republics of Central
and South America.
PANAMA, August 3. Bureau of f6reign and domestic commerce
has ordered and investigation of the market for American made wearing
apparel in China, Japan and the Philippines.
ATHENS, August 3. The French naval authorities have offered
prompt apology for the act of the French cruiser in bombarding a small
Greek colony at Castillogia, in the Adrian Sea.
WASHINGTON, August 3. Britain insists upon the right to
Issue orders in council. Says precedent was established during the Civil
War in America.
PHILADELPHIA, August 3. Unusually oppressive heat wave is
stifling the northern Atlantic coast. Fifteen dead and many prostrations.
Thousands of people are making for the Jersey beaches.
NEW YORK, August 3. Four dead and many prostrations re
ported here from heat.
LONDON, August 3. Warsaw conditions remain practically the
same. Offensive is incredibly costly. 145,000 have been sacrificed by
von Hindenberg in his attempt to cross railroad. Newspapers have
suspended publication at Warsaw. All preparations made for evacua
tion. Arrangements made for transfer from Russian to Polish civil
PARIS, August 3. The Payalle commission reports the result of
its investigation inot German artrocities during the war. Says that
Germans made shields of prisoners to save themselves .from hostile fire.
Split their bullets to make them produce more horrible wounds, bom
barded ambulances, massacred prisoners, and imprisoned surgeons at
work on battlefield.
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JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
7 5 & i
5 33 3 3 25 8 42 6 35
5 233 20 1 158 306 25
5 20 3 17 8 27
5 3 7 8 7
5 9 3 5 8 '5
3 00 a 55 8 05
4 58 a 53 8 03
SJ 2 47 7 57
4 Si 2 46 7 56
4 45 4o 7 5
4 44 2 39 7 49
4 40 2 35 7 45
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14 4 19
AM P M
6 223 15
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