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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1915.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From l'age One.) '
HONOLULU, December 9. Three deserting soldiers from posts
here were among the lost in the wrecked Carlemapu, on the Vancouver
WASHINGTON, December 9. Repeal of the free sugar clause
in the Underwood bill, will lie taken up for conclusion and passed be
fore Christmas, according to statements made last night by Representa
LOS ANGELES, December 9. Orpie McManigal was star wit
ness for prosecution in Schmidt trial yesterday. lie has turned states
evidence against the McNamaras and is now against Schmidt. He will
be followed on stand by two other iron workers who were in the Los
Angeles Times dynamiting plot.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 9. Capt. Garlick, of steamer Min
nesota, denies crew mutined. Trouble was mechanical only. Steamer
is expected here Wednesday, being towed by tug Dauntless.
PANAMA, December 9. Only 50 feet of earth separates the two
channels being dredged in slides at Culebra cut. Unless bottom bulges
again, will be able to cut through in a few days.
SAN FRANCISCO,. December 9. Japanese garden at the fair
will be given trustees of Golden Gate Park.
WASHINGTON, December 9. Ambassador Page doubts sink
ing of oil tanker Communipaw. Says she has been captured and taken
to an unnamed port.
ROME, December 9. The Giornale has received advices contain
ing further news of the sinking of the Communipaw off the coast
of Tripoli on Tuesday. Submarine was seen and identified as one of the
largest type of German under water craft.
LONDON, December 9. Turko-Germans plan attack and inva
sion of British Indai. Another attempt against Egypt may be aband
oned. Reinforcements are arriving at front in Mesopotaamia for a gen
eral campaign now comencing to reach front and position of Anglo
Indian forces is mproving.
WASHINGTON, December 9. Representative Alexander hak
promised to introduce a bill removing some of the objections advanced
against Seaman Bill.
DOUGLAS, December 9. Gen. Rodriguesz, commanding the
largest force of Villa s army, has occupied Fronteras, driving Carran-
zists further south. Villistas have burned railroad bridge and cut off
Larranzistas communication with Agua rneta.
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v liiiN jNA, December y. Austrian submarine, identity not an
nounced, sank an Italian cruiser off Albania coast, according to an of
ficial announcement by the admirahty.
Dentist Fined And
Patient Beaten Up
Friends of Tooth Doctor Then Ar
rested For Assault and Battery
Cases All Appealed.
For practicing dentistry without a
license, ,T. Matsul was on Tuesday
fined $100, and two days later Y. Uchi
da and E. Tagawa, friends of the un
licensed practicloner, were each fined
$20 for beating up the chief witness
against Matsui. All three have ap
pealed from the decision of District
The scene of Matsui's operations,
when arrested, was In Camp 5, Puu
nene. He was operating on the teeth
of one Adachl, when the police broke
up the clinic. Attorney Enos Vincent,
who appeared as counsel for the oper
ator endeavored to have his client
freed on the technicality that the pro
secution failed to prove that he had
accepted any money for his services
on this occasion, nothwlthstandlng the
fact that the court had permitted the
witnesses' testimony. Adachl BUBtatn-
prevlous occasion paid for similalr
The assault upon Adachl occurred
In Uchlda's sewing machine store on
Market street, on Wednesday nignt,
Uchlda and Tagachl taking this means
of showing their disapproval of the
witnesses testimony. Adachl sustain
ed a number of nasty scalp wounds as
a result of his beating.
300 FeetTo Death
Man Deliberately Threw Himself From
Big Maliko Gulch Bridge Little
Child Was Only Witness.
By lumping from the Maliko Oulch
railroad bridge to the rocks below,
a distance of about 300 feet, Tsuda
Kesuke, a Japanese vegetable ped
dler, committed suicide last Sunday
morning. His body was almose liter
ally reduced to pulp by the fearful
Impact death of course being Instan
taneous. The deed was witnessed by a small
Japanese girl named Masaye, who was
walking home from Hamakuapoko
with the man. When the bridge was
reached the child refused to cross it,
but Kesuke, with the remark "Go
make no pllikia" deliberately walked
out to about the highest point on the
dizzy trestle, and then threw himself
over the side. The child ran to her
home and reported the tragedy and
Deputy Sheriff David Morton, of Ma
kawao, was notified. An inquest was
later held, the verdict of the coroner's
Jury being suicide.
The suicide was aoout bu years oi
age, and was not married. No cause
is known for the act. The Maliko
Gulch bridge is probably the highest
bridge in the territory.
POTP rwpmher R. Pone Benedict savs his liberty has been
curtailed and foreign envoys to court of the Vatican have been forced
out. Pontiff is dependent upon civil authorities.
LONDON, December 8. Munitions for allies are coming in last.
Government of Great Britain has more than 2000 factories working.
VIENNA, December 8. Austnans occupied Ipck, taking more
than 1300 prisoners. Bulgars still pursuing berbs and have capturea
I.OVDON. December 8. What nrobablv means another drive
against lines of the Allies on the western front, is the reinforcing of it
by the Germans.
NEW YORK, December 8 Franz von Rintelen, a German army
officers, high in rank and in social and financial life of Germany, and
known to be a warm personal friend of the kaiser, is in jail here, charged
AMSTERDAM, December 9.-Kaiser has set date of wedding of with being one of the leading conspirators in war plots for destruction
is youngest son to Princess Marie of Anhalt, for June 10, and hopes ? n "an munition factories. He has a large fund, said to be
war will be over by that time.
HONOLULU, December 9. J. W. Thompson has been made
assistant U. S. dstrict attorney, will probably succeed Dole as judge of
U. . district court.
WASHINGTON, December 9. Ancona episode leads to action
which may bring Vienna to terms. Washington has sent peremptory
demand upon monarchy to disavow sinking of liner and to make re
paration. Attack was unwarranted. Emperor Franz Josepf must cease
submarine warfare and make siutable amends for American lives des
troyed. Requistioning of steamer Hocking has been postponed in the ex
ecution for three weeks.
HONOLULU, December 8. Sugar on the Georgian will jump in
value nearly quarter of a million in transit.
Waialua, Onomea, and Ewa will pay big profits.
Murder charge against Buchanan,, of the 25th Infantry, not sus
tained. Jury returned verdict of assault with a weapon dangerous to
Judge Stuart is not ready to give publicity to his affidavit sent
to Washington, complaining about various other judges.
On board S. S. Oscar with Ford, Wilson's message to congress
re preparedness is not pleasing to Ford peace advocates, who received
copy of message by wireless.
$500,000 at his disposal.
HONOLULU, December . small cnance oi opening me t anauu
Canal until next summer.
The Inter-Island has bought the steamer Shoshone for cattle and
lumber in island trade. . .
E. D. Tenny returned today. He reports a favorable outlook
in the sugar situation. ,
A Georgian will succeed Judge Dole, who possibly win De reureu
WASHlNliTOxN, December . bugar situation uncnangeu. con
sidered absolutely certain that one per cent of duty will be retained.
finnH fitrlitinir chance for restoration of the Pavne-Aldich rate.
Rpnnpst nf the TTn ited States that Germanv withdraw naval and
military attaches of the Washington embassy, will be adhered to and
pressed, no matter what serious situation it may onng. uerman liujuuy
seems to indicate an intention to contest the recall demanded of Boy
VA and von Panen.
SHANGHAI. December 7. Revolutionists have dynamited two
bridges on the Peking and Shanghai railroad. Revolutionary troops
control situation in this citv.
WASHINGTON, December 7. Line-up of parties in the lower
house shows 229 democrats, 197 republicans, 6 progressives, 1 social
ist. 1 indenendent. and but one vacancy. Galleries were crowded when
House was called together. President Wilson read his message, which
was the loncest and most vitally important of all he has delivered
He showed that new sources of revenue must be secured. Message
TOKIO, December 8. Peace has been restored in Shanghai. After dealt mainly with national defense and outlinning of his plan for pre
capturing of arsenals and warships the revolutionists gave up fight
against Yuan Slnh Kai s forces. Revolutionists were outnumbered.
Aviator Niles reached here today and will make five exhibition
SAN FRANCISCO, December 8. Evening Bulletin praises Japan
for her cooperation in making the Fair a success.
WASHINGTON, December 8. Secretary McAdoo's anual report
to coneress. stronelv backs up President's recommendation for the
retention of duty on sugar, quoting figures to show need.
No partisan fight on President's military defense plan is being
prepared bv republican forces of senate, and none in house.
Senator Gallinger told President that Republicans want army and
navy strengthened and are cooperating with democrats to get best
AMSTERDAM. December 8. Tulius Andrassy, ex-premier of
Ilunearv. in a speech in chamber of deputies, dealt with possibilities xf I has always sympathized with Allies, is statement of King.
peace and advisability at this time. I WASHINGTON, December 7. Congress will hear President's
. ... . , . , I message today, delivered by himself. It is expected that it will be a
ywm iui, iic... - t , :r ""-" momentous document
in tne case oi von rapen ana roy-uM. xi wa irneu u.cy wc.c - Count yon Bernstorff today presented a communication to state
sonaiiy appointed Dy mm ana u is prooauie uiai ne win persona.. u.uc. department in which he asks why Boy-Ed and von Papen are in dis
their withdrawal. I tavor. The Count was notified last week that these men are persona non
BERLIN December 8 Montenegro so badly beaten its leaders grata to United States on account of their connection with Buenz
paredness. He recommends a continuance of the tariff on sugar and
an extension of bill providing for an emergency war tax to be known as
a war revenue bill. He wants a larger army, standing of which shall be
141.843. with a supplementary force of 400,000 men. Urges that hand
of power close over citizens of foreign birth who have poured the poison
of disloyalty into the very arteries ot our national lite.
HONOLULU, December 7. Great Northern cleared last mgni
with 101 passengers. Will try to reach coast in 3 days, 18 hours.
WASHINGTON, December 7 Information obtained by depart
ment of justice today makes it almost certain that Judge Dole will not
be reappointed, but will be succeeded by Vaughan.
ATHENS, December 7. King Lonstantine charges that Allies
treat him like barbarians. He tells correspondent of the Associated
Press that entente powers are trying to rob his people of sovereignty,
and says that their demands regarding Saloniki are unfair, and unless
Allies mobilize 4(JU,00U men in the Balkans their cause is doomed, io
accommodate Allies, Greece has already stretched her neutrality. Greece
express a desire for a separate peace, being unable to withstand super-
or forces of enemy.
HONOLULU, December 8. Irwin Site declared too high for
Federal building by Washington officials. Spreckels site wilt be con
Collector Franklin is silent as to Federal politics.
Japanese citizens offered a reward for capture of Korean burglar.
LONDON, Troops of Allies defeat Bulgarian in the Vardar valley.
Invaders repulsed on Serbian front when flanking movements is at
tempted. 100,000 men of the entente powers in held. Albanians op
pose passage through Albania of Serbs trying to reach Adriatic.
TOKIO, December 8. Japan includes building eight super-dread
naughts in plan for naval extension.
WASHINGTON, December 8. Attacks by submarines in the
Mediterranean unon two American steamers, reported yesterday. One
of them was sunk and the other badly crippled.
lnr has notified Count von Bernstorff that the at
taches of firman emhassv. Bov-Ed and von Papen, cannot remain 1 at Saloniki and these are being rushed to front as fast as they are dis
in America in official capacity. embarked. At the present time French and British are in sufficient num
. . , , I bers to strike blow against Bulgars
ST. LOUIS, December Democratic convention ana isouruons NEW YORK, December 7. Lt. Fay and others, indicted again for
have endorsed Wilson. war plot. Fedleral grand jury returned more true bills against these
WASHINGTON. December 8. Immigration bill goes before Veian armyothcers in bomb conspiracy. Attempt to murder is among
Senate in modified form,
to read or write.
LONDON, December 7. Suggested in House of Commons today
that a message be sent to Ford and his peace ship that his presence will
be irritating and unwelcome to Britain. Two important statements
regarding present impossibility of peace were made yesterday, one by the
under secretary of war for France, which presented first tntative outline
oT conditions under w hich Allies could agree to peace : and the other by
the famous German leader, von Ilindenberg. The latter believes Allies
not successfully defeated to accept terms of peace that Germany and
Austrian-Hungary must demand.
MiANGIiAl, December 7. Extremely contradictory reports are
heard as to result of revolution. Reported big arsenal was captured,
and that troops of the government have joined the mutineers, according
to leaders in the uprising, bun let ben has been summoned as leader,
LONDON, December 7. Germany has been lenient with Bel
gians found aiding aviation corps, receiving sentences of from two and
halt to hlteen years.
LINCOLN, December 7. Roosevelt has asked the secretary o
state here to keep his name from the list of candidates for presidency,
to be voted on at primary.
JUNDUN, December 7. Allies continue to land troops in Greece
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