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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915.
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HONOLULU, August 12. Inter-Island company will adopt sug
gestions of Utilities Hoard that seem reason.'ihle ; others when law com
mands. United States inspectors report Lahaina accident a oidahle.
Superintendent Sheedy finds it impossible to follow reasoning of the
Bankers have abandoned excursion to Hawaii.
BROW NSVILLE, August 12. Three more Mexicans killed in the
fighting in Hidalgo county. General Nafarete denies the story that 1000
Mexicans have entered American territory.
BERLIN, August 12. It is officially announced that Zeppelins on
Monday dropped bombs on British warships in Thames dock, at Lon
don, and on torpedo boats at Harwich, also on military structures at
LONDON, August 12. Brush in North Sea yesterday resulted in
sinking of British patrol boat Ramsay and blowing up of German auxi
liary cruiser Meteor, a small boat. W hen the Ramsay was attacked,
she tried to get away, but the Meteor chased her, coming in sight of
British destroyers who gave chase. The captain of the Meteor, rather
than be captured, ordered men to the boats and blew up his ship.
ROME, August 12. Austrian submarine U12 in battle with Italian
submarine in Adriatic Monday, was sunk.
TOKIO, August 12. Steamer Maverick again seized by Dutch
warship and is held for investigation. This is the second seizure of the
LONDON, August 12. General von der Goltz has been relieved
of his command in the Dardanelles. Grand duke Adolf Frederick of
Mecklenberg Sterlitz relieves the aired irencral. Allies still pushing
ahead on Gallipoli. British commander says ground has been trebled
uring last week.
WASHINGTON, August 11. Advices from Mexico Citv to the
state department say that quiet has been restored.
Lonsul Garret, of Auevo Laredo, has asked Washington for more
troops, declaring that the bitterness of the Mexicans over the non-recop-
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ration of Carranza, may lead to a serious demonstration against for
eigners. Carranza notified Lansing that he views with displeasure at
tempts to frustrate the success of the Carranza campaign.
BROWNSVILLE, August 11. Fifty Mexicans today engasred in
a running fight with American soldiers and civilians near the border, on
the American side.
CHICAGO, August 11. The captain, engineer, four officers and
the owners of the company owning the Eastland, which sank at pier.
drowning nearly 1500 passengers, have been indicted by the grand jury.
UlMAOUAAl, Wash., August 11. oe Burke and Frank Mc-
Lain have been arrested for complicity in the plot to dynamite the bunk
house of Japanese cannery workers at Blaine, which grew out of the
trouble ot the Japanese cannery hands and other fishermen and canners.
VAbllliGIOiN, August 11. General Aunuste. leader of the new
Haitien revolution, attacked St. Maro with 200 men. The committee of
public safety, in charge of military operations, sent a force to meet
Auguste, and he and four of his followers were killed.
SAN 1-RANCISCO, August 11. Railroad from Mexico Citv to
Vera Cruz lias been temporarily repaired.
luiviu, vugusi ii. ijaron ism rctuscs to accept a position on
the new cabinet.
CONSTANTINOPLE, August 11. Enzer Pasha, the Turkish
military leader declares Allies in latest operation, landed 50,000 troops
t- 1 11 1'1 x . Ml I- , . . . .
di me ujiuaiiviics. inese iroops win reiniorce soldiers wno nave al
ready gained a strong foothold on the Gallipoli peninsula, and are mov
ing to cut ott tne lurkish detenclers and get forts along the Dardanelles
linze is confident lurks are able to cope with this new offensive.
BERLIN, August 11. Strong Russian fortress of Beniamiminow.
tne principal outer defense of Aovo Georgeivsk, has been taken by Ger
t nvnnT a 11 t, v , .
yujjusi 11. ine liruisa steamer uakwood. seven
trawlers and the Norwegian bark Morna, have been sunk by submarines.
The steamer Rosalia Shields was attacked by a submarine, but made a
run to sliore and was beached. Ihe American oil tanker Petrolite was
taken to a British port.
All jails and prisons of Great Britain have been turned into muni
tion factories. Ordinary prison work is suspended.
LONDON, August 11. Following up their success in Poland, the
Germans are now preparing to strike in the Baltic provinces. Riga wi
probably be the next mam objective of the Teutons. As a preliminary
to this, von Bulow is attacking Vilna and Kovna, two positions in which
the Russian garrison were left in the general retirement to Brest-Litovsk
line. Riga safe from sea attack: the German fleet has not am i.i nl
since being driven back last Sunday. The Russians left behind by Ni
cholas to cover retreat, are accomplishing that obiect.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 11. The Chinese commissioner to
Fair made a declaration yesterday that all powers except America are
taking advantage of their strength to abuse China.
CHICAGO, August 11. Ihree indictments have been found in
connection with the wreck of the Eastland.
LONDON, August 11. The British advance in France and Bel
gium was moved forward yesterday from northeast of Ypres and the
various gains made during the past week have been consolidated and
connected with the main British position.
the liritish destroyer Lynx was destroyed by a mine.
WASHINGTON, August 11. Diplomatic notes to Berlin and
Vienna cabled yesterday. Contents not made public. Payment will be
accepted for the loss of the W. P. Frye.
PETROGRAD, August 11. Russians have won a desperate bat
tle along Merghemirpas front.
SPRINGFIELD, August 11. Another outbreak of race hatred
which has produced repeated bloody affairs here in past years, resulted
in a menacing black and white race riot last night. A negro soldier
of the Illinois national guard stabbed.
BERLIN, August 11. A raid by a fleet of Allies aeroplanes was
made on Monday against Zweinbrecken and Sanktingdertin, Bavaria.
No military damage done. Towns are unfortified, but eight persons
were killed and two wounded.
LONDON, August 11. The British center along the Gallipoli
line advanced further yesterday. A series of Turkish trenches were cap
tured by Australian and New Zealand troops in desperate hand to hand
fighting. The distance was slight, only 200 yards being taken, but it
contains first and second line of Turkish trenches, and the gain is im
portant. HONOLULU, August 10. Authoritative information has reached
here that Judge Robertson has been reappointed Chief Justice.
TOKIO, August 10. Baron Kato was elevated to the house of
peers today. Okuma says the emperor has convinced him that condi
tions at home and abroad demand that there be no change in the prem
iership. WASHINGTON, August 10. The gunboat Marietta has been
ordered from Progresso to Vera Cruz to get the Brazilian and Guata
malan ministers. Commander McNamce has appealed for battleships
to cope with the anti-foreign demonstration.
EL PASO, August 10. General Scott has entered into a conference
with Villa, who promised that foreign property confiscated in Chihua
hua will be restored.
INNESBURG, August 10. Germans sacrificed 05,000 men in cap
turing the Russian fortifications. Fighting continues around the fortress
of Novogeorgeivsk where there has been battling continuously for five
days. The Russians short of ammunition, lacking cartridges for guns,
used bayonets with great courage.
LONDON, August 10. Reuter dispatch says Russians defending
Vilna, near Warsaw, are taking steps to evacuate the town. Zeppelins
made an attack on the railroad lines and stations north of Vilna.
BERLIN, August 10. The Austrian forces are making steady ad
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vam-e aiong ine nug, in uie direction ot Kovli. Uermans are pressing
tne Kussians Hard along the line from Brest, Lipovsk to Vilna and Duna
berg. Instead of occupying Warsaw, the Germans are bent on press
ing farther into Russia, and cutting the Russian line.
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER 1
JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER
IIiIon1an K8 July 1
'Enterprise. .125 July 3
Manoa 18 July 6
Matsonla.... 20 July 14
tLurline 86 July 20
Hyades 55 July 22
Wilhclmina.. 72 July 28
Enterprise. .126 July 31
Manoa 19 Aug. 3
Malsonja.... 21 Auk. 11
'Hilonian 89 Aur. 11
ILiuiine 87 Aug. 17
Wilhelmina. . 73 Aug. 25
Entcrprise. .127 Aug. 28
Manoa 20 Aug. 31
Ifyades 56 Sept. 2
Matsonia. . . . 22 Sept. 8
tLurline 88 Sept. 14
Wilhrlralna. . 74 Sept. 22
Hilonian.... 90 Sept. 23
Enterprise. .128 Sept. 25
Manoa 21 Sept. 28
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July 25 .Tuly 31
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14 Sept. 21
... Sept. 28
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Sept. 28 Oct. 5
, Aug.. 31
28 Aug. 5
17 July 26
20 July 27
28 Aug. ;3
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PORTS OF CALL.
S. Matsonla. . .
S. Hilonian. . . .
S. S. Enterprise .
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahulul.
To all Hawaiian Ports
For Hilo direct. Carries
tLurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului. "
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers).
Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
... ) 'l.
5 Indicates that steamer carries livestock
lulu and Hawaiian Ports.
from Tugct Sound to Honq?
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Uime Oable3ahului Slat road Cd.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday) j
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913. f
5 o 2 55
4 5 a 47
5i a 46
45 2 4o
44 2 39
4o a 35
.. Kabului ..
L" Spreck- "A
A.'. elsTi"e "h
L" Hatna- "A
L.. Haiku ..A
6 40 8 50
2 506 00
3 006 10
2 . 5 A..Puuueue..L
6 22,3 15
6 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays. '
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leare 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. DAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will bo carried "free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, whan
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 I. C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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