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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, TUNE 9, 1916.
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PEKING, June 8 Yuan Shi-Kai, before death, denied he sought
the throne. In dving statement ruler said he was grossly misled.
TOKIO, J une 8 Japan's policy towards China remains the same.
People of Japan ordered to go into mourning for Yuan for 3 weeks.
LONDON, June 8 Europe grieves over death of Kitchener. All
England in deep mourning. Rome feels dismay. Tragedy is the most
talked of event in Europe.
TOKIO, June 8 According to dispatches from Peking. Yuan Keek
Peng, eldest son of Yuan Shi-Kai, who has lieen seriously ill for several
days, is believed to have been poisened at the same time his father was.
PETROGRAD, June 7 Russians smashing through the line.
Took 40,000 prisoners. Army of 600,000 massed against their offens
ive on the east. Russians gaining victory after victory. Army oppos
ing Slav advance made up mostly of Austrians.
PARIS, June 7 French destroyer Santassin sunk in collision
Fighting on the west continues very heavy today. French repuls
ed powerful attack on Vaux. Germans lost heavily. Aftre this attack
was beaten down they retreated in disorder. Bombardment of Vaux
PER El X, June 7 Kaiser Wilhelm today delivered an address to
sailors of the fleet assembled at Wilhelmshaven. lie declared that
the fight off Jutland resulted in signal victory for the German navy,
lie said "A superior fleet was beaten by us in battle and the first big
Mow dealt to England.
CHICAGO, June 7 "We want Teddy", was battle-cry of thous
ands here today. Peace negotiations which were in progress all yes
terday and last night between leaders of Republican and Progressive
parties, was lost sight of today, and virtually abandoned after early
morning for business of organizing the convention. Republican dele
gates, 985 in number, fill every scat of huge Coliseum. Scene is orderly.
Over in the progressive gathering the demonstration for Roosevelt is
CROCKETT, Cal. June 7 George Ross, manager of the Cali-fornian-I
lavvaiian sugar refinery here, left for a conference with union
resident J. J. Foley, of the International longshoremen's union, for
striking stevedores to return to work at Crockett. He says "W'e are
now paying a higher scale than the union demands."
HONOLULU, June 7 Carter declares republicans arc ignoring
Bull Moose. Roosevelt sentiment predominates and leaders are san
guine they will have something to say. Sent wireless to Atkinson.
Nan Chung Kuen, a Korean, was sentenced to 6 months in jail by
Judge Monsarrat for teaching young Koreans the opium habit.
Kekaha Sugar Company will pay $S dividend July 1.
HONOLULU, June 7 Judge Morrow, in an address to the Com
mercial Club says he would have United States keep peace for nations.
Warns Uncle Sam to prepare to forbid all world wars in the future.
Commercial Club applauds jurist, approving his ideas for real prepar
edness of the American army and navy.
Improvement lien in Manoa district will be enforced. Supervisors
are determined to lose no more time in starting work. Hope to have
opinion on proposed bids soon. Believe attorneys can now show bankers
value of forthcoming issue.
Prof. Leuschner, famous astronomer, is coming here and will take
part in the Punahou pageant.
News is given out that Annette Kellerman, the famous "mermaid"
actress, and Richard he Galliane, will come here next month to stage
pictures with company to be formed here in Islands.
CHICAGO, June 7 Lack of leaders in the republican party is un
precedented. Roosevelt decisive factor in convention fight for republi
can presidential nomination.
LONDON, June 7 Teutons unable to block Slav drive. Taken
by surprise by unexpected Russian attack on Galician front. Austri
ans and Germans lose 25,000 prisoners, but make no effort to check
sudden thrust. Effects of Russian offensive in the eastern theatre of
war are already being felt on French and Italian fields.
King George regrets death of Kitchener. Immediately upon hear
ing of the disaster, the king left Winsor palace where he was resting,
returning to Buckingham Palace. The King issued commands that
England will mourn Kitchener. Officers in army will wear mourning
with uniforms for one week. Mystery still surrounds the sinking of
the cruiser Hampshire. England terribly shocked' by disaster. Mob
in search of details threatened by police. Fury of England at Germans
is great. Feel that Germans are responsible for loss of Field Marshal's
PEKING, June 7 Vice-president is now in control. Friends of
Yuan Shi-Kai insist poison was cause of death. Foes declare he com
mitted suicide. Government decrees national courses. Li i uan Hung
takes hold of affairs this morning. Passing of Yuan throws this city
into mourning. In southern provinces revolutionists rejoice.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 7 Matsonia cargo is easily unloaded
under protection of armed guards. Hawaiian sugar is delivered at
1 ACKSON, Miss., lime 7 Gale killed many in this state. 1 wister
sweeps through state leaving dead and injured in wake.
LONDON, June 6 British naval experts believe lU.UJU-ton
cruiser Hampshire, sunk off Orkney Islands, with Lord Kitchener and
staff on board, was destroyed by striking a mine. They say that the
speed of the cruiser renders it improbable that she was torpedoed.
1' urthermore the sea was too rough, which would make work ot sub
marine uncertain Lord Kitchener was enroute to Petrograd on an
important military mission similar to that which he made to France
and Italy. Allies had great confidence m Kitcheners judgement and
his visits to other allied countries is supiosed to have had important
results in co-ordinating the work of the entente powers. The fact
that he is known to have been on his way to Russia brings up the sup
position that he was to have advised with Russian army chiefs. News
of his death was the first intimation the public had of his mission.
Kitchener's staff included Hugh Obeirne, ex-consul of embassy at Pet
rograd ; O. A. Fitzgerald, Kitchener's private military secretary ; Brig.-
Gen. Ellershaw; and Sir Frederick Donaldson. Patrols are searching
for bodies and possible survivors. Some bodies and capsized boats
have been found. Shores of islands being searched but little hope of
finding any alive. Meeting of British war council called. Sir. Win. 11.
Robertson, chief of imperial army staff, will probably succeed
PETROGRAD, Tune 6 Army of 600,000 trying to check Russian
assault. Slav command has captured 25,000 prisoners in latest drive.
PARIS, June 6 Germans made another attack today at fortress
positions but were repulsed. Germans continue to bombard Vaux al
BERLIN, June 6 1 rench on the right of the Meuse river today
made four efforts to eject Germans, who won foothold on Fumin ridge,
but costly fruitless attacking fight, losing heavily.
SHANGHAI, June 6 Yuan Shi-kai died yesterday morning at
11 o'clock in Peking. Death caused by poison in food.
() S I ER BAY, June 6 Gen. Leonard Wood, former chief of
staff of army, is acceptable to Col. Roosevelt, according to men who
have visited the Colonel here.
CHICAGO, June 6 Drive made to nominate Hughes has a back-
kick. Effect has been to place whole field of candidates against him.
Leaders of republicans and progressives profess they will accept any
able man who is right.
SAN l'RANCISCO, June 6 Gang to break strike sent on steamer
Manoa to unload its freight. Docks are heavily guarded. Strike
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