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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915.
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AUSTIN, August 19. The Mayor of Galveston serves notice that
no outside help is needed. The loss of life in Galveston and vicinity is
estimated at one hundred. Large sections of the southeast portion of the
state slill unheard from. Loss of property about Galveston, Austin,
Texas City and a score of other places, is estimated at $30,000,000. The
army camp at Texas City, adjoining Galveston, was wiped out hy the
storm. Twenty-six soldiers are among the known dead. The maximum
velocity of the wind, during the height of the tornado on Tuesday, was
92 miles per hour. At Houston, where the wind attained a velocity of
80 miles, 7 1-18 inches of rain fell in an hour. The weather department
at Washington now reports that the storm has passed.
GALVESTON, August 18. Loss of property from the great storm
compares with that of the 1900 disaster. The loss of life is compara
tively small. Suffering is great and is growing greater.
HOUSTON, August 18. Damage here from storm greater than
that of 1900. Crop damages will reach millions.
TEXAS City, August 18. Twelve soldiers killed as a result of the
hurricane. A three-story brick building was blown down by the storm.
Estimated one-fourth of cotton crop has been destroyed.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 18. Ex-Governor Slaton, of Geor
gia, is warned not to return for a year owing to the excitement. Slaton
says it is a case of "football" politics and will not heed warning. The
mayor of Atlanta considers that Frank got his just deserts.
LONDON, August 18. Kovno has been forced to give up to Ger
mans after a terrific assault. Critics believe that by the tenacious resist
ance made by the Russians, the German-Austrian line will be more firmly
welded. The advance at Kovno was halted long enough for the entire
line to the southward to move forward. Teutons have a strong front on
the Baltic into Galicia, where Russians are battling with Austrians.
German aeroplanes ahead of advancing army, reached Vilna and
dropped bombs into the fortified city.
Another Zeppelin raid on Tuesday on the English coast. The huge
German airships appeared high above coast towns. One reached the
extreme outskirts of London. Thirty-six persons injured by bombs
dropped. Eleven killed. Only slight property damage. Aircraft guns
directed on Zeppelins, and one appeared to be injured.
To further cut off war supplies from Germany, France and Great
Britain declare an absolute contraband on cotton.
HONOLULU, August 18. The Chamber of Commerce meets
this afternoon to vote on the matter of the suspension of the coastwise
John D. Spreckels says the law is sound, but that Seaman's Bill
should be repealed at once.
WASHINGTON, August 18. News of the lynching of Leo Frank
has stirred the nation. Universal horror expressed at crime of the
lynchers. Secretary Daniels denounced them while defending the South.
ATHENS, August 18. King Constantine has requested the former
premier Venezelos' leader of the Greek war party, to resume post and
form new cabinet. Venezelos requested four days in which to consider.
WASHINGTON, August 18. The proposition to settle Mexican
differences by the Pan-American conference, is defeated by Carranza,
vho wants to be recognized. He says his Mexican government is cons
titutional, and that the revolution can be put down.
Capt. Rojas, the personal bodyguard of Mayortorena, Villa's com
mander, and two other officers were shot last night for treason.
NEW YORK, August 18. George Orozo, former generaj agent
for Carranza at El Paso, was arrested last night on an old indictment
charging him with organizing a military expedition within the United
LONDON, August 18. The Russian retreat continues, with a
number of heavy actions taking place. The bombardment of Kovno is
increasing in intensity, and it is but matter of a short time when the
Russians will have to withdraw.
ERIE, August 18. Donald Gregory, aviator, attached to the train
ing ship Essex, was killed when attempting to make a landing after a
PARIS, August 18. The number of German officers killed or taken
prisoners during the war is 43,974.
BROWNSVILLE' August 18. The great hurricane which swept
Galveston Sunday and Monday has turned its course inland, leaving
death and devastation behind it, and gaining headway as it advances.
Property damage is huge. Death list mere guess work. Reported from
Houston last night that $5,000,000 in damage occurred there in a few
minutes. Several persons known to have been killed, but wires are down
and confirmation of rumors is impossible. The only communication left
with Galveston is the radio plant on the transport Buford, which rode
out the storm. Texas City is believed to be safe.
CHICAGO, August 18. The steamer Eastland has been righted
HONOLULU, August 17. A. T. Longley returned from coast
reporting no chance for fresh pine market in the east at present.
DALLAS, August 17. The great storm raging on the Guif coast
is doing much damage, but no casualties are reported as menacing r'r'es.
Galveston's causeway railway snapped last night. Five feet of. wai;r
in Galveston's streets.
TOKIO, August 17. The aerial service of the army will begin a
series of attempts to fly over the Ontaki mountains with an aeroplane.
DENVER' August 17. Bitter warfare between mining operators
and miners in the Colorado fields was indicated today when the supreme
court issued a writ prohibiting Barring Hallyer from presiding at the
trial of miners and strikers accused of inciting disorders. He is alleged
to have been the former attorney for the companies.
ST. LOUIS, August 17. A receiver has been appointed for the
Iron Mountain railroad.
MARIETTA, Ga., August 17. The body of Leo Frank was hang
ed within sight of the home of the murdered girl, Mary Phagan, and
100 miles from prison farm.
LONDON, August 17. The transport Royal Edward, with troops
Tor the Dardanelles, was sunk in the Aegean Sea yesterday by a German
submarine. 1000 men were lost.
BERLIN, August 17. After bringing up heavy cannon and di
recting a steady fire on the screening forts in front of Kovno, the Ger
mans reduced the fortifications. The outlying front was captured with
240 cannon, 4500 Russian prisoners. The smashing power of the Ger
man guns is telling on Novogeorgivsk, which has been stubbornly held,
WASHINGTON, August 17. Germany agrees to pay damages for
the loss of the W. P. Frye. Discussion is now over method of payment.
The German admiralty reports renewed airship attacks on the
English sea coast, bombarding successfully military establishments at
Harwich. The airships returned in safety.
ATLANTA, August 17. The body of Leo Frank, who was ab
ducted last night from Milledgeville penitentiary, was found hanging
to a tree five miles from the prison. He had been lynched
AUSTIN, August 17. Galveston is cut off from the world. The
last telephone and telegraph wires went out last night. The fate of
the city is unknown from the furious assault of the tropical hurricane
such as is unknown in most of the United States. The army transport
Buford got a wireless through to Brownsville, that the waters of the
Gulf of Mexico piled up ten feet. Several vessels have capsized. It is
certain there has been a heavy loss of life and material damage but the
amount cannot be determined yet. A great flood is feared as a result
of high winds.
PEKING, August 17. President Yuan Shih Kai plans a mon
archy, with himself as emperor. President Goodnew, of Johns Hop
kins University, official adviser, is now here, and is of the opinion that
a monarchy would be better for China.
LONDON, August 17. Through the American embassy here'
Washington was unofficially notified of the intention of Great Britain
to make cotton an absolute contraband of war. Imports have increased
BRIDGEPORT, Conn., August 17. 1800 corset makers have gone
on strike demanding an 8 hour day.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
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