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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
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HONOLULU, September 28 The strike of the stevedores has
finally assumed a serious outlook. The strikers congregate on a wharf
and menace Japanese strikebreakers. Tension is strained with several
ships in port. Trouble is promised when Filipinos offer to work the
Hyades, but nothing develops.
Judge Ash ford appoints D. L. Withington, Joseph Lightfoot and
Mrs. Emma Nakauina to look into the affairs of Trustees of the Bishop
estate. Discipline and maintenance of the Kamehameha schools are to
be investigated. Action is considered a radical departure.
W. Eklund, Hawaiian tennis champion made good on court, when
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The women of Honolulu have organized an Allies' club and will
send Christmas gifts to soldiers of the Entente in the trenches.
A cannery for the purpose of packing fish has been proposed for
Honolulu. Hornstein, manager of big coast concern, desires to establish
cannery to pack Hawaiian tuna.
PARIS, September 28 Teutons have fallen back farther before
the attack of the Allies. The British have captured 2000 yards more
of German trenches. .Frinrh cnlHIprc iiavo MnnJ . .."i:,.
Everywhere along the line in France the troops of the yflffes gain over
oppenents and add to holdings on battlefields.
. NEY YORK, September 28 Only effect so far of strike appears
to be increase of street railway traffic, where crowds march for service.
A general industrial tie-up is predicted.
LONDON, September 28 Kine Constantine will join the Entente
as he has agreed with council after getting reports of growing revolt
in his army.
TRENTON, September 28 Primaries in New Jersey are a sur
prise . Senator Martine defeats John Howell Wescott, a friend of
, President Wilson.
PITTSBURGH, September 28 Candidate Hughes strongly
advocates a protective tariff in a speech made here before steel mill
DETROIT, September 28 Bandits in Michigan hold-up and rob
train. The train was held-up and robbed less than ten miles from the
outskirts of this city.
WASHINGTON, September 28 Great Britain has withdrawn
embargo on tobacco. The new regulation will take place immediately.
... WASHINGTON, September 27 Six thousand fresh militiamen
from thirteen states, and District . of Columbia have been ordered to
the Mexican border.
- MINNEAPOLIS, September 28 Millers here predict a marked
increase in the price of flour. They say it may go as high as $10.00 a
".' BERLIN, September 27 Indirect reports have been received here
from Transylvania which show that Rumanian troops who had been
marching and fighting there are in ugly mood. News came today that
disgruntled Rumanian soldiers dynamited train carrying 400 Rumanian
officers, a wreck resulting in which only seven escaped unhurt. Six
soldiers were excuted and others were given severe sentences for the
dynamiting, after an investigation had been conducted by the military
SOFIA, September 27 After ten days of heavy fiehtine on Mace
donian txont. the Serbian army experienced a severe defeat and were
forced to retreat along entire front, with Bulgarians in close pursuit.
j RIS, September 27 French troops on west front today captur-
cU lurunea weea east ot Mandoiller.
, LONDON, September 27 British on Monday and Tuesday took
between 3000 and 4000 prisoners. British made a farther advance on
the Somme line, last night. The greast successes in the last two days
have been in the direction of Faucotirt and Abbaye.
; BERLIN, September 27 British naval base of Portsmouth and
military 'establishments at the mouth nf Th
Lincoln and Derby were bombarded by Zepplins on Monday. German
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turned. CLEVELAND September 27 Candidates Hughes today ended
Ins tour of the middle western states with speech here before large
crowd.: He will return to the west for final swing in October. Mr.
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Springs, New York.
, NEW YORK, September 27 The New York strike is not vet
eneaive m stopping work in the city. Unionists say that 125,000
woricera walkout today, but most of the industries are operating. The
union leaders say that many more will walkout tomorrow. Samuel
Gompers arrived here todav from Maine to handle lal
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wharf. Fier 15 was the scene of the explosion last night. Either
pant powder or big cracker caused the explon. Union men deny any
.knowledge of the explosion. .The strikers have won a minor victory,
as six were hired to discharge the Sana Maria.
Citizens here are ready to fight the commercialized vice of Iwilei.
Acommittee has been appointed to see what procedure can be followed
in carrying out the law campaign. Sheriff Rose will stand pat, if public
does not make a move. He says he will abolish the red-light section
w heii, Honolulu generally demands it.
HONOLULU, September 27 Naval militia men join their chief
in coaling, warship. Brigadier General Sam Johnson and General
Houston set example for the naval militia men. Citizens sailors have
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brigade like fellow sailors and officers.
A campaign aganst vice has finally been launched in Honolulu.
Every effort will be made to end commercialization of immorality.
Property owners will be attacked if they continue to lease their proper
ty for vice purposes.
The stock market here is duH again.
Harry Kane, alleged to be three card monte sharper, has been
fined $110 by Judge Monsarratt.
r "PARIS, September 27 The Allies have captured Combles. The
Entente forces break down all Teuton forces in great fight. Striking
.from three different direction they sweep away German base and
compel garrison to surrender. Bataume stronghold is now menaced.
NEW YORK, September 27 Great tie-up of industry in New
York is due to today.. It is said 200,000 workers will quit within two
days. According to leaders this will only be beginning of the great
walk-out. They say before the fight ends 800,000 wage earners will
NEW LONDON, September 27 Mexicans hope to change Unit
ed States law.' They suggest that neutrality statute be passed ordering
Americans to not revolutionists.
WASHINGTON, September 27 General Villa with his army is
said to be moving in the direction of the headquarters of the American
army in Mexico.
CHICAGO, September 27 Blackmailer suspect is released. Duda
Gudman, accused of trapping wealthy Chicago merchants on white
slave threat, has been given her liberty after putting up heavy bail.
CLEVELAND, September 27 Candidate Hughes says President
Wilson threatened to oust Huerta.
SAN ANTONIO, September 27 II. Villa, brother of Mexican
bandit, told reporters last night that he had direct information of his
SAN FRANCISCO, September 27 Warren K. Billings, the ac
cused bomb thrower, seeks a new trial. Arguments on the petition will
be heard next Saturday.
BUENOS AYRES, Septemler 27 Aentine will ship wheat to
. America. this year, it is claimed. Three bhips are to . sail in near
future, is the report here.
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