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THE' MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DFCEMBER 31 , 1915.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
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NEW YORK, December 30. William II. Taft, yesterday was
jlectcd honorary president of tlic International and Judicial body for
Investigating questions of dispute for avoidance of war.
f BOSTON, December 30. A general wage increase affecting
najonty of the lowest paid operators in cotton mills of Northern New
.ngland, was announced last night.
WASHINGTON, December 30. Plans for fast motor boats
i) be carried on decks of battleships, for use against submarines, have
een submitted to navy department.
BREMEN, December 30. Nitrates extracted from the air and
ubstitutcd for cotton explosives are equal in force to those of which
otton is the base. Is being manufactured here on a commercial scale.
EOS ANGEEES, December 30. Charges against the conduct of
piany movie camps in this vicinity are to be investigated. Reiterated
.sertion by clergymen and others are that immorality is rampant in
AMSTERDAM, December 30. British trawler Erin foundered
id sank in channel vestcrdav while seining for German mines.
WELLINGTON, December 30. Andrew Roff, king of Cocos
sland died here yesterday.
' SAN FRANCISCO, December 30. Biting weather prevails from
oast to coast. Northern and central sections of mainland in grip of
evcre cold. Berkeley and Oakland covered with snow. Wide-spread
iamage to fruit in Southern California and Gulf coast feared.
COPENHAGEN, December 30. Lt. Bctha, of South Carolina,
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It WASHINGTON, December 30. Secretary Garrison declares
nation hopelessly unprepared to defend its own territory against the
'invasion of an army of any first class power.
PEKING, December 30. Commencing on Saturday, an order
f ringing into effect conscription policy for manning of Chinese army,
?vill go into force.
t SAN FRANCISCO, December 3a Revolutionary leaders of
China have cabled to leaders here that troops of imperial guard have
NEW ORLEANS, December 30. According to reports published
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in local press, i ciiu.no v ma arriveu. nere yesteruay in uisguisc ctnu
,oarded a vessel now on way to Havana.
LONDON, December 30. Fighting difficult owing to severe
? winter gripping battle lines. Unusual weather in Russia and along
,;,trrn front checks general activities, but liessarabia is aname. vines
laim control of western situation. Italian invaders are approaching day, armed with axes and pitchforks
rw,.T citjn.rTnnir - v.3v ramnaitrn in Mptnnntamin cnn tn rip mnkinp I stones.
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has secret information that certain belligerent countries arc ready to
negotiate for peace, the meeting became tumultous. The Rev. Chas.
Ack of San Francisco, criticized President Wilson for not having
taken the initiative in the peace movement.
NEW YORK, December 28. Capt. Boy-Ed, German naval at
taehc, sailed today on steamer Rotterdam for "Germany. Before his de
parture Boy-Ed denounced the reckless utterances ot an irresponsible
Col. House, close friend of President Wilson, sailed on the same
steamer. He would not discuss his mission to war zone.
BERLIN, December 28. Report to over-seas news agency says a
British patrol boat seized American mail on two steamers bound for
Holland. It is believed that Washington applied parcel iost system to
matter which Great Britain regards as freight.
French have taken the offensive at Herzsten and attacked German
lines. No details.
WASHINGTON, December 28. Secretary of the Navy Daniels
announced today that when increased naval program is ultimately con
sumatcd, a second naval academy will be necessary, lie favors the
Pacific coast as the site for the institution.
Senator Phelan and Congressman Kent of California arc preparing
bills establishig such an academy.
HONOLULU, December 28. Mrs. Moore, victim of auto ac
cident, died last night wi'hout regaining consciousness.
Five soldiers jailed charged with cutting Henry Carter, Mayor
PEKING, December 28. Revolt blazes in southern China and new
ruler sees weakness. Situation in former republic is gravest since
Yuan Shih Kai took office as president. Revolution is steadily growing.
CHICAGO, December 28. According to records kept by the
Chicago Tribune, deaths by murder and suicide are more than 1200
this past year.
DELHI, December 28. Ancient Babylon will sec fighting by
modern forces. Turks failed to cut British lines and lost at Kutel
TOKIO, December 28. Fire in T. K. K. steamer Shinyo Maru,
No. 2 hold destroyed all cargo, including 560 tons consigned to Hono
lulu. Sailing of steamer for Honolulu and San Francisco is delayed 00
COPENHAGEN, December 28. Members of Ford peace party are
not allowed to hold any public meetings in this capital.
STOCKHOLM, December 28. Members of Ford peace party
express themselves delighted with their treatment accorded them here
after chill reception in other countries.
FETROGRAD, December 28 Personal ambassador of the Czar
has left here for Tokio.
LONDON, December 28. Angry Austrians attacked palace of
Arch Duke Stevens, heir to Austro-IIungarian throne, on Christmas
lhey bombarded palace witli
WASHINGTON. December 24 Maintaining for rights of non
combatants at sea. and that merchant vessels cannot be torpedoed with
out warning the United States says make sinking of Japanese liner
Yasaka Maru the subject of diplomatic representation. If truth of
matter if found that Austrian submarine torpedoed this vessel without
warning, stated in official circles today that further correspondence
with Austria will ensue, and demands be made for suitable reparation,
based on United States attitude as outlined in note regarding the free
dom of neutrals and non-combatants on sea.
CHRISTIANA, December 24. Norwegian liner Ilergersjord with
Henry Ford as passenger, sailed for New York today. Ford expects ex
pedition to continue without him. Reported departure due to fact that
his physicians orders rest for him. Rumors say Ford broke down
physically when he found that the peoples of Europe treated peace
mission so coldly. He still finances the expedition. He appointed
George B. Lindsay and Rev. Jenkin Lloyd-Jones leaders of the party.
HONOLULU, December 29. Franklin, a soldier in the 25th In
fantry, was killed on Christmas day by Corporal Charchell. Dead man
is said to have bullied the corporal. Sympathy at post is with man
who did killing.
Crew of bark Ivanhoe brought here from Kauai, and are in dire need.
Three officers and 12 men lost all their possessions in the wreck at
LONDON, December 29 Campaign in Bessarabia and Mesopo
tamia apparently assuming formidable proportions. Russian army is
cutting through heart of Moslem country, which Turkey is tryng to
hold. Russian troops are now occupying the important town of Kashan.
Also nroreedinp- to Isnahan. naer Bagdad.
BERLIN, December 29. Russian forces on south arena made
I cierht furious attacks since Christmas on Austrian position. The strug-
j-le was fierce, but Austrians threw back enemy.
HOT SPRINGS, December 28. President Wilson will celebrate
his 59th birthday today,
COPENHAGEN. December 28. Newspapers published in Berlin
bv Herr Harden, have been suspended by order of the government,
iollowing the printing of a statement that Kaiser had ordered me pard
oning of Miss Cavel.
LONDON. December 28. British have withdrawn Indian troops
from trench front, their place being taken by the British and colonial
troops, which are better able to stand tlic rigors oi me winter season
in the trenches.
LIHUE, December 28. Bodies of two Japanese fishermen were
washed ashore today.
SEATTLE, December 28. Unidentified schooner is near rocks off
Waddell Island, near Cape Flattery. Little hope of rescuing crew.
Tj'ie was fierce, but Austrians tnrew uacK enemy. L-,kj d(j , ucccmuer to. liriusu launui mttis huuum jj
T ATHP.MS rwpmbpr 29. The nonularitv of Ex-Premier Veneze- situation in conscription. After several attempts to reach a decision
I is high. today. Thousands of Greeks filed passed his palace, the oc- on this vitally disputed issue, ministers suddenly adjourned the session
J ion being all-saints day. WASHINGTON, December 27. That the Yasaka Maru, of the
CONSTANTINOPLE. Decemper 29. Battleship of Agememnon vinimn Ynson k'aish.i. which sunk last week in the Mediterranean was
ss and cruiser of attacking allied fleet, hit by fire of Turkish shore torpedoedwithout warning is the official statement by the United States
enes. Continuous successes oi lurKisn ariinery is uuciciing mm Consul. The result may be that Japan may be brought more luny into
BRINDISI. December 27. King Peter of Serbia arrived here to
day broken in health, seeking refuge from invading leuton and Lul
earian forces, bays he is no longer king. Lrown rnnce commands
I obey , he says
WASHINGTON, December 27. That unity among countries of
central and south America will safeguard against foreign aggression,
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t. K,h1. tl,rnT,crh a wIHp arra. Gulf coast renorts havoc. was tne keynoie sounueu at opening session ui x a..-n.-. u.a.. .m...
'ri. xt.i...L. : k vatAc Congress today,
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I mpw vnuTv ivrmbpr 29 Davis Lamar Wolf, of Wall Street, attack at Kutlamera has been repulsed and that lurks suffered great
f in inn cpt fr ulnttprs Two former congressmen and others arrest- loss.
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i cd for fomenting strikes in munition plants, rederai grana jury re- iiiv lVJKis., uecemuer auiegums saj oauu innuiami,
5 i,,rnn,t t-n Kille Pant, von Rintzlen. a friend of the Kaiser, is accused noted French actress, fatally ill, though case is not entirely hopeless
of having used the indicted men to bribe tactory hands witn uermany iumu, uecemuer u . Japanese army uepartmeiu iciuesieu iw
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money. The ring is exposed by nis secretary. iooks anu uuiuuicuu iuu uivisiuns ui huujis iu uc ivciu m jui. i i'rui muui . mvvi.
abundant but give little information of the sums amounting to $500,000 ing of diet, but was defeated. Thought diet will vote favorably at its
rtninri rv.,t ktr , rn Tointvlpn next meetinc.
ctjattt p iVrcmSer 29. Traffic manatrer of the Chicaero. Mil- DALLAS. December 27. Receivership asked for in petition filed
combination of local ship- bv creditors of Texas and Pacific Railroad, a Gould line, of which
pers, announced yesterday that he is organizing a company prepared to George Gould is president. Nine Texas railroads have already gone
i,;ih o i;n n( thrpp rnmbinatinn freight and nassenirer steamers for into hands of receivers.
trans-Pacific route, with calls at Honolulu. li lurAbU, December a. liuerta, neid at rort unss ior vioiauou
7ActjTvrrnv n-mSer 7Q Prnf Farnam said vesterdav nf nentralitv laws of the United States, is seriously ill and has been
I that it is better to have' no American merchant marine than an American removed from prison to the home of his wife, established here.
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merchant marine without American manners. iiuaul,ui,u, ucwmuci .. wawu K.ij. i
ni?pi im rwpmV.Pi- 20 Kn(T nf lta v is renorted to be seriously storm for past two davs. Much damage to property
u-,nHpH hv th Pvnlnsinn of an Austrian hand erenade thrown at him Lane intimates new engineer for city. Office cut m two to make
during one of recent hand to hand fights. road overseer responsible to a committee of three.
WASHINGTON, December t. Austria win not meet uemanus
of U. S. for the disavowal and reparation voiced m American note
concerning the sinking of the Ancona is unofficial lntormation ot cred
ih p nature in v aslnneton circles today.
LONDON. December 29. Governor Hanna, of North Dakota,
is compelled to leave the Ford party on account of severe illness
p ramnnirrn nn Dardanelles
PARIS, Decemper 29. Mutiny in Bulgarian army which invaded
bian Macedonia, is reported in dispatches. Italian troops which were
ned across Adriatic Sea effected a landing at Uvalona and a stream
soldiers is now crossing Albania.
ita ctjimITiM to-oml. 9Q T-Taaw ctnmc nn mainland IS
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t'iBinP'pr to rostlv crons. Sleet and snow cripple communication through-
out east. Cahtornia orange growers warnea oi uig irosi coming ai-
PARIS December 29. Sarah Bernhardt, recovered from recent point of launching new attack on waiting foes. Germans lost thousands
illness, is on way to London to give a series of recitals. in last futile attacks.
LONDON, December 29. Invasion of Greece by Teutons and Christmas in all trenches finds all sides drinking to peace only
Bulgarians has been given up because" of military difficulties which would through victory, as was case a year ago.
have to be faced in storming defenses of Allies before Saloniki. LONDON, December 27. Report from Teheran late tonight an-
SYRACUSE, December 29. Col. Roosevelt was allowed $1442 nouncing the fall of the Persian cabinet,
costs as result of libel suit brought, against him by William Barnes. STOCKHOLM, December 27. Declaring she can no longer en-
LONDON, December 29. Official circles here have been stirred dure undemocratic methods of the Ford peace expedition Inez Boisse
as never before'by reports from many sources to effect that Germany is Vain Mulholland, suffragette leader, resigned today to return home.
Salvation army fed 1200 persons here on Christmas day.
LIHUE. December 27. Chilian bark Ivanhoe, with cargo of nit
rate for A. & B. plantations was driven ashore at Port Allen where
she broke in two. One sailor and cook dead. Cargo loss $40,000.
PARIS, December 27. Allies believe a heavy leuton drive is
coming in Flanders. Huge host of Kaiser in I-ranee and Belgium on
preparing a tremendous drive against Egypt, the keystone of the British
empire. According to various rejorts received irom the continent mere
has been a renewal of activities along the eastern and western fronts.
LONDON, December 29. Conscription peril brings cabinet neaf
to final break. Coalition government believed to be tottering to its fall
HONOLULU, December 28. Rainfall here since noon yesterday
iearly 4 inches.
' WASHINGTON, December 28. Unofficial information of credible
nature in Washington circles today is that Austria will not meet de
mands of second U. S. note. Teutonic diplomats represented as pre
paring for severance of relations with the United States,
PARIS, December 28. Unconfirmed advices received here from
Vienna, convev impression that the Austrian reply to the American note
on the Ancona sinking will result in severance of diplomatic relations be
tween the two countries.
STOCKHOLM, December 28. Public meeting held today under
auspices of the Ford peace party was characterized as the most en
thusiastic peace demonstration since the outbreak of the war. When
Louis Loehner. secretary of the party, announced that the committee
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LONDON, December a. Reports ot stnle among members oi
the Ford peace party continue to grow. Holland has declined to permit
use of the Hague as headquarters for the propaganda of the party.
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According to lniormation receiveu an epiuemic ui staiici uvu,
which broke out in Bromburg has got completely out of hand and has
NEW YORK. December 27. Some idea of the work accmphshed
bv the American association for the relief of Belgium can be gathered
by the announcement made tonight by treasurer Hemphill that more
than $4,UUU,UUU has been collected and sent aunng tne montn oi wciunei.
LONDON, December 27. King Constantine has notified Emicror
William that it will be impossible to allow Teutons and Bulgarians
across Greek frontier under any circumstances.
SAN DIEGO, December 27. Famous battleship Oregon has been
ordered turned over to the California naval reserve.
WASHINGTON, December 27. Officials of state department
say no change in relations between this country and Vienna, nor in sit
uation caused by the sinking of the Ancona.
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