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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
NEW YORK, December 18 Openheim ordered deported. Claim
he is wanted on financial deal in France.
French took 11,387 prisoners in three days. Deny any first class
NEW YORK, December 18 American Defense Society holds con
' fcrence next month. Program includes universal military training,
proper supply of ammunition and coaling stations in Pacific, and reserva
lion of naval petroleum reserve.
Near Ransart, in Flanders., British take first line of German
trenches and gain strong foothold. I
Berlin admits losses. Also loss of Buzon and Buas.
Immigration officials detained Oppenheim at Ellis Island. Said to
be member of family of famous European bankers. No reason given.
A Brazillian bark is supposed to be lost off Barnegat, with twelve
TOKIO, December 18 Crowds attend funeral of Oyama. Message
from liL-nHi rnnil at cprvirp
LONDON, December 18 One Danish and one British vessel sunk
and one Norwegian with contraband captured by Germans.
BERLIN, December 18 Polish government has been completely
altered, according to report received here. First Polish council meets
Steamer Prince Friedrich Wilhelm interned since war started in
Norwav. ran blncknpe and reached German nort.
NEW YORK, December 17 Germans launch heavy attack at
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At Verdun, rrench continue to advance, rrench took since" Thurs-
day, 10,000 prisoners and eighty guns, many of them big.
Germans continue to advance in Rumania. Defense of Rumanians
is stiffening. Took 2000 prisoners. '
LONDON is wrapped in heaviest fog in fifty years.
PARIS, December 17 Peace proposals are now supposed to have
originated from the new emperor of Austria who desires to inaugurate
a reign in peace.
COPENHAGEN, December 17 The whole Danish fishing indust
ry paralized by the Entente powers not being able to supply oil and gas.
GENEVA, December 17 All Europe is suffering from coal short
age at outset of winter. German supply is short and none is for export.
HONOLULU, December 17 Manager of Japan-Pacific Bank says
that fifty percent of the bonus money is being deposited in local banks
and only about ten percent is being sent to Japan.
New orders for national guard. Minimum company must belOO
instead of 65. Inference not recognized militia board and no further
pay till maximum reached.
Advises from San Francisco say that women excluded from Iwilei
have arrived there.
$600 raisod for Belgium relief yesterday.
HONOLULU, December 16 Honolulu promised new theatre to
cost $200,000. W. II. Stone of the Reliable Film Company back of it.
CAMBRIDGE, December 16 Muensterberg died today while lec
turing sixty girls at Ratcliff cellege. He leaves a widow and daughter.
LOS ANGELES, December 16 Fire believed to be incendiary
destroyed most of the Llewellyn Iron Works. Two explosions accured
simultaneous with the discovery of fire. Police are investigating.
JEFFERSON CITY, December 16 Five packing companies of
this state have fines of $20,000 each imposed by supreme court. Viola
tion of anti-trust law.
BERLIN, December 16 Germans advancing on second British
line southwest of Zillebeke. Defenders fled.
French at Verdun drove Germans from advanced positions.
Teutons in Rumania continue advance. Took 2000 prisoners,
j LONDON, December 16 Not likely Lloyd-George will speak
Tuesday. Voice affected.
One Greek, one Norwegian, and one British vessel sunk. ' One
Swedish vessel mined ; fourteen of crew missing.
Government will take over Irish railroads to avert strike.
PEKING, December 16 Conference between Wu Ting Fang and
Count de Martear. Tentive compromise reached.
NEW YORK, . December 16 Foot of snow the heaviest since
1890. Two thousand students assist in street cleaning. Cost $500,000.
Transport Sumner pounding heavily on rocks. Crew abandoned
vessel. . -
PARIS, December 16 Dispatch from Lisbon says revolutionary
outbreaks occured in Portugal but were quelled.
HONOLULU, December 16 Supervisors have passed a resolu
tion calling for the holding of an election February twenty -first to vote
upon question of bond issue for waterworks extension and sewers.
Puunoi project is "still up in the air.
EVANSVILLE, Ind., December 16 Negotiations are under way
oetween brotherhoods and railroads for settlement outside of courts of
TOKIO, December 16 Foreign minister here scouts peace propos
al. He asserts that colonies must not be given up.
BERLIN, December 16 Overseas News Agency claims that the
total naval losses of Allies is 198 ships. Britain lost 129; France 29;
Italy, 20; Russia, 16; Japan, 4. Of tonnage, 744,000.
.H HAGUE, December 16 The government contemplates
mobilization of entire mercantile fleet for transportation of food sup
BERLIN, December 16 Associate Press says that Germany will
claim that the steamer Columbia, sunk in the Mediterranean, carried
NEW YORK, December 16 Bull Moose leaders convene to try
to resuscitate party. Resolution introduced to admit members who
back-shded at last election.
Mass meeting denounced Belgian deportations. Senator Root and
Judge Parker were among speakers. Strong letters were read from
ixoosevelt and Arch-Bishop Ireland.
LOS ANGELES, December 16 Caplan found guilty of man
slaughter by jury in connection with dynamiting of Los Angeles Times
-tnEW YOR.K' December 16 French drive resulted in capture of
500 German prisoners, besides quantities of guns, munition and sup
plies. A front of three kilometers deep and ten kilometer wide was
; British report successes against Turks north of Kut-El-Amara and
on right bank of Hai river.
American transport Sumner, aground on the Jersey coast, is prob
ably a total loss. Sea is running high and ship is pounding hard.
BERLIN, December 16 Dispatches report that conservatives in
Reichstag caucused and approved peace proposals. They adopted a
resolution that advantage gained by the blood and suffering of our
soldiers must be the basis of a peace which will guarantee the military,
economic, and financial future of Germany.
, HONOLULU, December 15 Hawaiian Pineapple Company
directors recommend increase $300,000 in capital stock, and dividends
of thirty cents per month after January.
f Japanese send $277,147 in six weeks to Japan. This is for most
part bonus money.
T Governor intimates that the legislature will be asked to consider
Hawaii's school system as a result of the College Club campaign.
'. Governor has parolled Lewis of the Scully gang and Goo Tang
Chong, who embezzled funds of First American Savings Bank.
:, LONDON, December 15 Lloyd-Georg is better.
, Greece accepts Allies ultimatum.
Athens dispatch says that Entente authorities have decided to
grant safe dispatch to Australian ambassador.
One Norwegian, one Portuguese and one British vessel sunk.
War credit bill of $400,000,000 passed.
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