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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
HONOLULU, December 5 The men who were arrested and
charged with being Iwilci panderers will be permitted to leave. Nine
of them have purchased tickets to leave today.
The annual session of the planter's association will open this mornr
WASHINGTON, December 5 Congress adjourned yesterday in
honor of the memory of Sentor Clark of Arkansas.
Three new senators and three new representatives took their oath
of office at the opening session.
The Democratic majority in the senate is fourteen.
BETHELEM, December 5 Forty thousand steel workers of
Bethelem Steel Corporation have been given an increase of ten per cent
SAN FRANCISCO, December 5 Franz Bopt, German consul
general here, and accomplices, charged with violation of the neutrality
laws, appeared before the federal court yesterday for trial. All entered
a plea of not guilty.
WASHINGTON, December 5 A deputation of the Federation of
Labor, headed by Gompers, visited the White House yesterday and asked
the President to appoint a commission to probe high cost of living.
BERLIN, December 5 The German reply on the sinking of the
Arabia is simifiar to the one on the Marina.
LONDON, December 5 The House of Commons on Thursday
will be asked to vote an appropriation of four hundred million pounds
for war purposes.
PETROGRAD, December 5 Russian reinforcements, by surprise
attack, caused the flank of the von Makensen army to retire. The Teu
tons abandoned many guns and experienced heavy casualities. It is
still hoped that Bucharest can be saved.
LONDON, December 5 Discussion over war strategy is the cause
of the split in the British cabinet, asserts the London Stap. The Lloyd
George faction favores a strong offensive in Balkans. The other side
wants stronger efforts in west
MADRID, December 5 Italian steamer Polama has been torpedo
ed and sunk. One American died in a life boat after leaving the ves
sel. LONDON, December 5 Norwegian steamers Bossi and Draub
ner were sunk in war zone.
HONOLULU, December 5 The Hawaii Planters Association to
day elected George Rodiek as president ; Edward Tenny, as vice-president
; W. O. Smith, as secretary and Attorney Warren as his assistant,
and Fred Waldron as auditor.
HONOLULU, December 6 Claus Roberts will be Judge Coke's
Ekland Castle won the tennis finals.
LONDON, December 6 King George has accepted Premier
Asquith's resignation. He has called Bonnar Law to accept the position.
It is the general opinion that Law will not accept, in which event it is
expected that Lloyd George will be offered the appointment. The opini
on is expressed by the newspapers that Lloyd George is a power which
will bring victory in the war. All the press demands a speeding up of
WASHINGTON, December 6 The Belgian minister has form
ally requests America to take steps to bring end to the deportation of
his countrymen to Germany. He makes the point in his argument that
starvation faces millions of old people and babies, if the deportations
are continued, as he fears that Great Britain may refuse to release
relief supplies for the Belgians, who assist Germany unwilling under
the threat of death.
American shipping is seriously threatened by the British remand-J
ing of coaling privileges for all ships not carrying the nag of the Lntente
Powers. In a memorandum to the British embassy, received here from
Londoa, it is stated that Great Britain is uaable to guarantee bunker
supplies to ships' that are not used in such ways as are beneficial to the
objects and aims of the Entente Powers. It is believed by officials that
German submarine activity against Allies and neutrals is the cause of
MEXICO CITY, December 6 A million catridges disguised in
packages, were revealed accidentally by the breaking of the covering
while a vessel was unloading at Vera Cruz. The American consul halt
ed the unloading and notified Washington superiors.
BALTIMORE, December 6 Foxhall Keene, sportsman and hunts
man, was seriously injured in hunt yesterday. He is in the hospital
HONOLULU, December 5 Supervisor Hatch has announced
that he will not run for reelection.
James Coke has resigned as the attorney for the public utility
commission, as he expects to be instructed to take the oath as circuit
Judge on next Saturday.
EL PASO, December 5 Elmedorf's daughter, who was reported
to have been carried to the mountains by the Villa bandits, is safe at
TERRYTOWN, December 5 Archbold, the oil capitalist, is dead.
NEW YORK, December 5 Tex Rickard has virtually arranged a
ten round match between Williard and Carpantier. He says that he
will give $40,000 of the profits to the French war fund.
BERLIN, December 5 A Coppenhagen Research Society estim
ates that the losses of the Russians are 8,500,000; French 3,700,000;
British 1,200,000; Italians, 800,000 and smaller nations 900,000.
Russian attacks in Transylvania and Carpathians have been repuls
ed. Teutons pursuing the Rumanians captured 12,500.
CHIHUAHUA, December 5 Governor Gonsalves has been in
stalled as ruler.. . Villa executed eight citizens and shot forty Chinese.
Others were unmolested. The property damage to to stores of foreign
ers is enormous.
PETROGRAD, December 5 Rumainians failed to check Teutons
enroute to Belavebhti and Bucharest.
WASHINGTON, December 5 Senator Shaffroth has introduced
a resolution favoring the abolishing of the electoral college system of
electing a president, and limiting the term of president to one of six
The two houses of congress joined to hear the President's address.
He was given a great demonstration. A huge banner was unfurled in
gallery reading "What did you do for woman's suffrage?" The banner
was pulled down by a page. , ,
LONDON, December 5 Lord George has decided to resign after
intimating had been made that Premier Asquith would never agree to
suggestion that the war college be formed without Asquith as its head.
Another dispatch says that Asquith's resignation has been formally an
nounced. The Serbians carried Stravina by storm. The retreating Bulgars
are burning villages.
ROME, December '5 Pope Benedict denounced before public
consistory the bambardment of open cities, which he declares is a viola
tion of the laws of God and man.
NEW YORK, December 5 Cable to embroidery imjwrters from
Funcha says that Madeira was shelled, presumably by a German sub
marine. Ambassador Gerard has sailed for Germany. He says that he
carries no peace message.
HONOLULU, December 7 J. N. S. Williams, field engineer of
Da vies & Co., reports to planters a new sugar process which adds three
and a half per cent and eliminates nearly all water. The new process
is said to be worth, on bases average price for 1916, $2,500,000. In
creased cost is very small and takes half of the remaining eight per
cent of last molasses.
Secretary Thayer ends budget. It calls for approximately $60,000
Attorney General will open up beach at Waikiki. Public fences
and walls must go. To reach beach public may pass over private
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