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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
Cable sent to California city this morning for aid on Great Northern
WASHINGTON, March 21 United States to work with Mexi
cans on Villa hunt. President Wilson calls cabinet meeting today.
HONOLULU. March 21 No increase in Wilder's taxes if bill is
taid. is one point raised by Public Utlities commission in answer to in
junction suit. Demurrers filed by Forbes and officials in question of
trip to ashington, is subject of amenities.
HONOLULU, March 21 Portland firm mav be bidder on Moana
bonds. Lumbermen's trust is making inquiries on improvements to
be made. Mayor Lane informs invcstiytitor of project. City may
have a chance to deal with outsiders if it so desires.
Brewery loses fight to recover on Hartlctt note. Supreme court
orders Judge Ashford to sustain demurrer of defendants. Says
company knew manager had absconded. Debt not yet due. Plaintiff
powerless to avoid being defrauded.
Moana hotel is to be enlarged into a luxurious resort. Report is
not denied by Territorial Hotel Company. Said $200,000 will be ex-
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WASHINGTON, March 21 P.attle with Villa seems probable
in near future. Three columns close iiKn bandit, who has been de
feated in a fight with Carranza troops at Nomiquisa. Outlaw general
falls back toward Pershing and his troops. Request of Washington
government for permission to use Mexican National Railroad calls
forth protocol terms. Pershing has with him 6 aeroplanes.
PARIS, March 21 Bulgars injured seeking to slay prime min
istcr. Determined attempt made to assassinate man blamed for war.
Radoslavoss escapes, lis coachman was wouded. Agitation against
King 1-crilinand and premier rejorted growing fast.
WASHINGTON, March 21 President Wilson will sign Philip
pine bill. Tells democratic leaders he does not approve certain features
GALVESTON, March 21 Immediate peace in sight is signi
ficant sentence from even more significant cablegram received here
from big firm in London. Prospects bright for end of great war.
NEW YORK, March 21 Brokers here handling marine risk,
have no confirmation of Galveston report as to immediate peace.
SHANGHAI, March 21 Revolt among Yuan troops is grow
ng. Wu Ting Fang denies that compromise with Yuan is contemplated.
CHICAGO, March 21 Boom for Root is very loud. Former
governor of New Jersey, Murphy, set machinery in motion. Would
have Root president of United States.
LONDON, March 21 German Captain's plans miscarry. Brit
ains find him hiding in his wif's steamer trunk. Jail him. Capt.
Roewcr was man caught on last lap home to Germany.
BASEL, Switzerland, March 21 Air squadrons meet in battle
over Mulhousen. 23 aeroplanes sent by Allies fight 27 German air
craft. Rain bombs down as fierce conflict rages.
LONDON, March 21 Battle of Verdun lines renewed, and rages
hotly. Series of fierce Teutonic attacks launched against French
north of great central forlrcss that guards path to Paris Germans
reported to have lost hcaiv. -Unable to hold ground won by use of
liquid fire. They fall upon a rain of shots from Gallic machine gun
HONOLULU, March 20 Governor will ask Kauai people what
they want. Executive announces he will visit the Kapaa homesteads
at an early date. He will call a mass meeting and call for opinions.
Territory cannot hurry for views of individuals, he emphasizes.
EL PASO, March 20 Carranza makes formal protest to Wash
ington. Objects to Americans occupying Casas Grandes. Orders are
issued is report at El Paso that a detachment of government troops
let V ilia escape.
SHANGHAI, March 20 Yuan unable to help Canton troons.
Rebels have city surrounded and are drawing reinforcements from
LONDON, March 20 Greek border may be the next battle scene.
French columns advances and occupies villages near Teutons and
Bulgars. Germany denies her submarine sank the Turbentia. Official
announcement made that the disaster occured outside the war zone.
Four vessels sunk in war zone. Norwegian steamer Langelie
and British steamer Port of Halhousie was sunk. Only 7 rescued.
WASHINGTON, March 20 Battleship Kentucky at Vera Cruz
has been ordered to Galveston.
HONOLULU, March 20 Soldier drowns in calm water. Went
swimmng in Laiea bay yesterday.
Hawaiian music makes hit in theatre of Minnesota city.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 20 Willie Hope, world's champion
billiard player, and Togi Yamata, leading Japanese exponent of the
cue game, expect to leave for Honolulu.
HONOLULU, March 20 Stuart's plan would be utter failure,
says Breckons. Declares it a scheme ta take away popular franchise
which will not get anywhere.
WASHINGTON, March 20 Bigger army plan voted down in
HONOLULU, March 20 Dr. A. Lehman, tourist from Chicago,
beaten and robbed last night after 9 o'clock. Was picked up uncons
cious and has no idea as to identity of assailants.
Big men dodge to talk upon Stuart's scheme. Refuse to discuss
suggestion of commission government. Many believe present form is
best by far. Some see much good in proposal to make Honolulu a great
W. E. ROWELL died Saturday night. Buried yesterday. Death
came as result of paralytic stroke a week ago.
WASHINGTON, March 20 With American army in Mexico
net is being drawn closely around Villa. Outlaw has been successful
in reaching Candelario Hernandez ranch. Hernandez was Villa's sub
chief at time of raid on Columbus. Villa is reported to have con
tinued his outrages against Americans in Mexico on his flight from
Columbus. Pershing showing utmost energy in pursuit. He per
sonally led the column in its recordbreaking march against Villa. In
spite of hardships, neither men nor horses seem to have suffered.
EL PASO, March 20 Villa and such of his men who remained
with him, believed to be caught in trap by band of American cavalry.
Reported Carranza troops hold three sides of square surrounding
robber chief and Americans rapidly closing in on 4th side. All kinds
of reports as to whereabouts of Villa, are current. Enrico Vistronto,
Italian rancher in Mexico, murdered by bandits. Was one of best
known foreigners in northern Mexico.
DEMING, N. M., March 20 Orders received here for 24th in
fantry, Col. Penrose commanding, to cross border at once to strengthen
line of communication. Regiment left late yesterday afternoon.
PARIS, March 20 Teutons strike hard at lines of French west
of Lille. Attacks of German infantry with big guns at Verdun front
dying out. Vermelles once again scene of hot assault.
Russians said to have rushed activity on eastern front. Berlin
claims attack beaten back.
INDIANAPOLIS, March 20 Governor names notorious Thomas
Taggart, alleged promoter of gambling and election frauds, to succeed
Benjamin Shiveley as senator. Controls democrats of old Iloosier
state. Forced nomination of vice-President Marshal and was indic
ted for political corruption.
SEATTLE, March 20 Navy transport supply, enroute to Hono
lulu for Guam. Supply on last visit to Honolulu damages three sub
marine in harbor.
BERLIN, March 20 Hospital ship Elektra sunk by Adriatic
diver. Only 3 lives lost, and submarine recognized as Turbanta.
HONOLULU, March 19 Judge Stuart would have commission
government in Territory. Would have no Governor, no Supervisors, no
Legislature, no custom duties, no bar and no saloons.
MASHINGTON, March IS) American troopers will not occupy
any Mexican towns is explanation made by Secretary of War Baker.
Villa keeps ahead of Pershing and his troops. Bandit chief re
ported hurrying to Namiquica where he has ammunition hidden away.
Americans hot on trail.
MARFA, Texas, Mach 19 Messenger to Presidio yesterday
has word that band of Villistas are preparing to make another dash to
cross border. Villa's men said to be strong and well armed.
All American women and children sent to this city for protection.
CITY OF MEXICO, March 19 General Obregon, minister of
war, made public announcement that Villa and his men who are out
laws may be killed at sight without bringing punishment upon them-
HONOLULU, March 19 At 1 o'clock this morning mounted
police had battle with ten men on Kalakaua avenue. Ten men had stolen
Chinese hack. Exchanged shots with policeman. Supposed to Filipin
os. Ten men fled. Capture expected this morning.
LONDON, March 19 Neutral ship sunk in channel.
Another Dutch steamer victim of submarine. 55 members of
crew and two passengers rescued. Not known whether represents all
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