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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued from rage One.)
HONOLULU, October 12 Aspccial bureau which will have charge
wf national guard affairs has been established by war department. Field
officers, captain and lieutenant, have been detailed as instructors.
Major Lincoln will be in charge of military bureau here. General
Johnson is pleased with the new orders, but says that equipment is badly
The Marconi wireless company is getting ready to handle the wire
less service with Japan. Final arrangements are to be made when
representative of Department of Communication of Japan arrives next
The longshoresmcn's strike has been renewed. The strikers claim
that discrimination is being shown against unionists. The strikers
walked out when eleven Japanese working on the Matsonia were
Another fight on bill boards has been started.
Merriment ended the three day session of the island mill men. C.
I'. Andrews was elected president of the association. Charles T. Kluegel
was honored by the engineers and chemists.
LONDON, October 12 Hard blows are gaining ground for the
Entente in the Balkans.
Berlin and Vienna, alike, admit reverses on widely sundered front.
Both claim that Rumanians are retreating in Transylvania.
BROOKLYN, October 12 rfeffer or Combs will pitch for Brook
lyn today. Foster or Shaw arc expected to pitch for Boston. The
betting is high on the Red Socks.
LONDON, October 12 Entente Allies have sent an ultimatum to
Greece demanding her navy. Allies declare that they need all the ships
but two cruisers and one battle ship. Ultimatum declares that Greece
must protect Allies fleet, if possible, to insure its safety.
ST. THOMAS, October 12 St. Thomas has been ravaged by a
terrific cyclone and big seas, which swept over Danish West Indies,
recking ships and destroying thousands of homes. Danish warships
and Teuton steamers were driven on rocks by the storm.
' ROME, October 12 The Italians have struck the Austrians hard
cast of Izonzo and battle their way through Teutons lines south-cast of
ON BOARD PRESIDENTIAL TRAIN TO INDIANNArOLIS,
October 12 President Wilson has made public the advisory board ap
pointed. It is headed bv Thomas Edison. Others are Samuel Gompers,
Dr. Franklin, Martin Howard, E. Coffin, Bernard Baruch, Dr. Holhs
Guthrie, Julius Roscnwald. The body is non-political in personnel, says
the president in a statement announcing the appointments.
HONOLULU. October 11 In Boston's third trial she won by
hitting Brooklyn pitchers hard. Game was lost by Gardner's homer.
Red Sock infieldcr brings in three tallies. "Old" Rucker was put in j
when others fail. "Dutch" Leonard of Hoplield gives sluggers Hard oatue.
"Rube" Marquard was unsteady in today's game. The score was six
tOUCadidate Hughes election is forecast by mainland drift. That
sentiment is swinging toward Republican candidate is the comment of
Frank Athcrton. He thinks that Adamson eight-hour law is proving
boomerang of President Wilson. He heard Hughes speak m Seattle and
says that he was impressed with his seriousness and forcefullncss.
BERLIN, October 11 Following victories began by General
Falkenhayn in Transylvania and von Mackensens' troops m Dobrudja,
Austro-German forces west of the Rumanian border are taking initiative
and have invaded Rumania. Overseas News Agency dispatch says that
invasion has been well launched. Bavarian troops, which captured
Rothenthurn Pass from Rumanians after two days hard fighting are
pushed further south across border and are cutting their way inland
Pursuit of second Rumanian army, which was beaten at Kronstadt is
being continued. At this point Teuton troops are well within curve o
Transylvania Alps, which burrow into Rumania in long crescent. In Alt
Valley the Rumanians were defeated.
LONDON, October 11 House of Commons in session today con
sidering war problems and particularly those of rcm
Asquith asks for vote on a motion for new credit of ?300,000,000 . Ex
pec ed question of the kind of government to give Ireland will 1 brought
up for debate. Suggestion has been made that conscription be extended
10 Iritspda'tches from Vienna say that Russian attacks in ' Galidahavc
been repulsed. Great interest centers in great battle which meagre re
.ortsTndSe is raging for position of Lemberg Indications are that
Russians are making strong effort to surround that city.
Germans report capture of Herbutov, south-east of Lemberg.
T.FRLIN October 11 Germans in salient reaching toward towns
of v S Tvillers on west front have been cut off by French, who
steadily cut their way on three sides of German positions.
SALONIKI, October 11 British have occupied Pataloya i and
Crosenik These are two important towns soutn oi oi
mounted 'troojs are gallantly slashing their way against Bulganans who
are vainlv attempting to check them.
On Doiran front an enemy post was successfully raided
HONOLULU October 11 The teamsters in Honolulu have dccid
,d to cSl a sSe Two hundred men of the Honolulu Construction and
I ying Company have walked out. The strikers only ask for a minim
um wage of two dollars per day. J. J. Belser told the men to do hat
thev Tleased when they asked for more wages. If they do not report for
S hi mo nmg other men will replace them. He offered them six
cents per load bonus and four cents to helpers, and warned them that
they would lose if they went out on strike. ' c
Harry trance former manager of the Honolulu Gas Lompany,
who was c ndy wounded in France, is reported to have recovered
sufficiently to leave hospital. It is said that the wound he received m
his arm is recovering rapidly.
The strike of the waterfront workers was formerly ended at a rally
held at Aala park. Leaders told the men to go back to work toda.
The SipfSiare still standing firm on the question o straw bosses.
The race line is to be forgotten in the future, declare stnkc leaders
1RIS October 11 French hit afresh at the Teutons on the Som
mc line, taking one town south of Somme and a number of posit.ons.
The French have moved forward to a big railroad junction.
The Russians have lost town in Galicia and the Germans report
continued successes against the Rumanians in the Transyvania battle.
WASHINGTON, October 11 Washington officially is still with
holding decision on raiding submarines. Administration is waiting result
of investigation into the sinkingof British and neutral vessels off Atlantic
coast. Action is said to depend upon the behavior of raiders. It pass
engers were given chance to save themselves the nation will take no
steps, say officials of the state department. Counselor Polk refuses to
grant Allies request that submarines be not granted harbor of neutral
NEW YORK, October 11 Ambassador Gerard arrived here today
from Germany. He refused to affirm or deny circumstantial story print
ed in papers of the United States regarding the alleged willingness of
Germany to seek peace through the efforts of President Wilson.
WASHINGTON, October 11 Information given out here states
that insurance on ships will not be increased.
NEW YORK, October 10 Vanshing from waters where from
six to nine vessels have been sent to bottom, German submarine U-53,
and the other two submarines believed to be with her, have disappeared
entirely from sea lanes, since they torpedoed merchant steamers. Myst
tery of present location of raiders is worrying shipping men greatly.
Both liners and freighters approaching and leaving this coast are taking
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