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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915.
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TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
HONOLULU, October 21. Charles K. Stillman, Jr., married
Californian Mrs. MrofT last night.
BERLIN, October 21. Victories for Austrian arms over Italians
reported from the southwest front, 'by a correspondent of the Taggeblatt.
Italians losing heavily, have fled at many points, leaving piles of dead.
President Wilson and Pope Benedict interfered with the arrange
ments and the Kaiser has stopped execution of nine nurses in Belgium
charged with aiding wounded soldiers of Allies to escape. Execution
Believed here Great Britain will soon seek peace.
LONDON, October 21. Serbs have been rolled back by enemy on
all fronts. Bulgars took Sultan Tepe and 2000 prisoners and then
marched towards Kumanova. British deny cutting of railroad, but
reiort is reaffirmed. Separate force of 20,000 soldiers has invaded
Montenegro through Austrian provinces of Bosnia and Hertzgovnia
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., October 20. Sergeant Tommie Evans, of
Honolulu has won the national individual medal in National Guard
shooting match. He will be a member of the All-National Guard team.
Sergeant Ho is near top.
TOKIO, October 20. Twelve aviators appeared in Japanese
armv maneuvers for the first time yesterday.
'WASHINGTON, October 20. United States will prevent as far
as possible other factions than Carranza's receiving munitions of war
from the United States.
LOS ANGELES, October 20. Harry Duncan, alleged auto thief
and slayer of a policeman, has been captured in Pasadena.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 20. Mark Sullivan, editor of Col
liers is here to investigate the condition of Japanese laborers.
. FORT SMITH, Ark., October 20. Seven defendants in moon
shine cases convicted, and one acquitted. Government believes ring is
WASHINGTON, October 20. Admiral Winterhalter will repre
sent the U. S. navy at the coronation of the Japanese emperor.
LONDON, October 20. Sir Edward Carson stated today that
he had resigned on account of the division of views regarding near-east
According to the Evening News steps w ill be taken to stop the sud
den rush of able-bodied Britons of military age to the Colonies, the
islands of Guernsey, Jersey and Ireland.
WASHINGTON, October 20. President today signed proclama
tion declaring the United States neutral as regards the war in Serbia
LONDON, October 20. Eight Bulgarian forces have entered
Serbia. Claimed Teuton and Bulgarians have effected a junction west
of Semendria and south of Belgrade. Germany is planning a separate
campaign against Montenegro, intention being to send force through
Austrian provinces of Bosnia and Hertzgovnia. Strong campaign
against Allies' forces which landed at Gulf of Enos to enter Balkans, is
planned by lurks in cooperation with Bulgarian forces. Bulgarian
iorces are concentrating on the Roumanian and Greece frontiers.
LONDON, October 20. Italy has dispatched a naval squadron
under sealed orders for near east waters. Supposed it will assist in
covering land operations of Allies on Turkish soil in the gulf of Enos.;
Shortly after Italy's proclamation, one came from Petrograd.
Austro-Germans and Bulgarians made much headway yesterday
in attacks on Serbia. Bulgarians cut Nish-Salonika railroad. Allies,
continue to land troops at Salonika. Greece has been notified there wi'l
be no cessation of debarkation of land forces there. News received with
much favor here. This notification is considered ultimatum to Greece.!
STOCKHOLM, October 20. Five German ships sunk in Baltic
in past twenty-four hours, and one made useless following torpedoing
early yesterday morning. 1
Pilot stations reported last night that British had sunk four more.
LONDON, October 20. The British submarines have so devasted
commerce in the Baltic and terrorized Teutons that transports are be
ing held back by the Germans. Lord Kitchener and the rrench am
bassador met with war committee of the cabinet twice yesterday. Pur
pose of the meetings not revealed, but believed situation in the Balkans
was discussed. Conscription also figured in deliberations. It said that
Beresford wants king to prorogue parliament and to take command
of forces in field.
JERSEY CITY, October 20. Woman suffrage snowed under in
this state by 10,000 majority.
BROWNSVILLE, October 20. Ten Mexicans believed to be im
plicated in the destruction of a train near here, have been caught and
killed. Posses are pursuing those who survive. Serious race war may
result between Americans and Greasers as a result of crime.
NEW YORK, October 20. Exports to Europe for first two weeks
of October amounted to 876,000,000. Two thirds of this was -munitions
of war contraband. Supplies for Russia awarded to United States,
amount to $56,000,000.
LONDON, October 20. British firm of glass makers has been
notified by Sir John French that its plant in France, now within German
lines, has been destroyed by accident, and with it .a Zeppelin and entire
WASHINGTON, October 20. Half a billion dollars will be spent
by the United States for new ships for navy. 186 vessels of many types,
exclusive ot sixteen submarines, will be built, and are now contracted
WASHINGTON, October 19. Secretary Lansing sent letter to
Carranza representative here in which United States recognizes Car
ranza, chief de facto government of Mexico.
BROWNSVILLE, October 19. Mexican bandits who wrecked
train made escape. Case developing serious aspect. Possibility race
war. Rumored men are followers Dela Hoza. leader of so-called Texas
INDIANAPOLIS, October 19. Tom Taggart acquitted of con
lOKIO, October 19. Grand naval review took place in Tokio
bay yesterday. .
Minister Adachi arrived home yesterday and given reception.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 19. Thousands of citizens at Ferry
building yesterday welcomed Thomas Edison.
Unless miracle happens Seals will win coast pennant.
HONOLULU, October 19. Shingle has written Governor Pink
ham Hilo Traction Co. sell bonds for less than 6 per cent. Other pro
visions in governor's letter satisfactory to Shingle.
LONDON, October 19. Sudden illness forces Asquith into brief
retirement. Said to be temporary.
Italy today formally declared war on Bulgaria carrying out pact of
Entente powers in standing by each other when any member of alliance
is attacked. Not known whether Italy will send troops to Serbia.
STOCKHOLM, October 19. ' British submarine succeeded in
torpedoeing German vessels Pernambuco and Lolderham off Oxeloe
sund on Baltic. Lolderham kept afloat because of wood cargo. Both
vessels bound for German ports.
LONDON, October 19. Serious difference in cabinet overshadows
military difficulties. In minds of public difficulty arose over conscrip
tion and near-east question. Debates enforce military service received
so much antagonism by union leaders and diplomatic reverses in Bal
kans said to have caused the friction. Removal of General Hamil
ton in command of British in Gallipoli, received with mixed feelings as
is the oppointment of General Munro to succeed him. Allies decide to
send enforcements to press Balkan campaign.
LONDON, October 19. Developments in the Balkans yesterday
satisfactory to Allies. Serbia force invading Macedonia captured the
Bulgarian town of Strumnitza. Bulgarians suffered a severe reverse at
one point in Northern Serbia, where they invaded. Bulgarian line at
Vlasina has been pierced, and Serbians are holding own elsewhere.
Von Mackensen is meeting with resistence in northern Serbia. It
is expected Serbians will be able to hold Germans in the vicinity of
Belgrade or Semendria. Both will be eventually compelled to fall back.
Morava line is being daily strengthened.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Th following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
7 5 3
PM PM PM AM
5 33)3 3 1 25 8 42
5 3313 20 1 15 8 30
5 20,3 17 8 27
S 13 t7 8 17
5 9 3 5 8 '5
5 00 2 55 8 05
4 58 a 53 8 03
Ja 47 7 57
4 Si a 46 7 56
4 45 ' 4o 7 5
4 44 2 39 7 49
4 40 a 35 7 45
L" Spreclc- "A
A" elsTille .L
L" Hatua- "A
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
2 . 5 A..Puunene..L
A M I P M
6 223 15
6 123 05
1. AH trains daily except Sundays.
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at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahulul at 5:50 a. in., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, wheat-'
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
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