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THE MAUI NEWS, FRJ DAY, JANUARY 19, 1917.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
HONOLULU, January 16 Acting Internal Revenue Collector
Ralph Johnstone warns all corporations they must determine what is
a fair value first month.
Judge Monsarrat and Sheriff Rose fight over releasing fifth officer
of Great Northern ,by name of James C. Warrington, chaged w ith non
support in police court. Recriminations passed and re-passed.
Question of postmastcrship bothering Bourbons. Palmer Woods
;s being mentioned. Central committee recommends appointment of
V. C. Peterson, now acting postmaster. Frank S. Sulivan is also sug
gested. The Bishop Trust Company urges devoting more money and attcn
' tiunr towards volcano work.
LONDON, January 16 Reports from Amsterdam announce Dutch
seized Teutonic submarine, which was examined and thcnreleased.
Escorted rraft to three-mile limit.
HONOLULU, January 15 Alexander & Baldwin's New York
av'vf "Sugar weekly sales, 207,000 bags. Porto Ricos, 3400; full
luty paid, 8200; all refineries offerings unchanged."
Democratic central committee recommends Peterson to remain as
povtmaster. Is now acting .
t Harbor board does not favor Forbes amusement pier project, and
this will probably be discarded.
Albert, Washington correspondent : "Increase sugar duty. At last
Democrats will consent but may become imperative for purpose of
' Spreckels home, long tenantless, may be opened to accommodate
. ' . LONDON, January 15 Reuters says Dutch warship brought in
German submarine into Flushing where it was interned.
, . British munition factories are turning out every forty-eight hours
more heavy guns and ammunition than they manufactured during the
tire first year of the war. Production is further increasing weekly.
Preparations being made for great offensive on western front, which
it is believed is coming with opening spring.
According to Central News Agency Liebknecht received an addi
tional four and a half years at hard labor and is expelled from Berlin.
EUREKA, January 15 Milwaukee lists further and engine and
boiled rooms flooded. H-3 is high and dry.
l ,- ''BERLIN, January 15 Russian and Rumanian attacks on recently
captured positions north of Suchitza valley repulsed.
WASHINGTON, January 15 Diggs-Caminetti decision of lower
court affirmed. Supreme court held law includes personal immoral
LONDON,-January 15 Printing plant, headquarters of Women's
social political union and the homes of several of Mrs. Pankhurst's
' ants, simultaneously raided by police and military. Criticism
M government is alleged cause.
ATHENS, January 15 Allies are occupying the principal Ionian
YUMA, Ariz., January 15 Automobiles are searching for lost
aviators. Also Mexican cavalry.
NEW YORK, January 15 Submarine reported moving westward
in Atlantic, eight hundred miles east of Newport, believed to be Deutsch-
land on her third trip.
WASHINGTON, January 15 Rear-Admiral Reed died,
nine years. Admiral Dewey reported slowly sinking.
HONOLULU, January 15 G. Chamberlain, of Rockford, 111. dived
l:om the Outrigger Club spring board, broke his neck, and died in the
V TOKIO, January 15 Cruiser Tsu Kuba destroyed. Explosion.
7Jne hundred and fifty-three killed. One hundred and fifty-seven badly
injured. Press declares work of German spy. Vessel was of 13,750
tons and carried complement of nine hundred men.
EUREKA, January 15 Cruiser Milwaukee is breaking up. Is
- being stripped of equipment.
DENVER, January 15 Many distinguished persons at Buffalo
, Bill's funeral. Large following.
COLUMBUS, N. M., January 15 Funston is at Pershing's head
quarters on inspection.
. .. ROME, January 15 Austrian submarine VC-2 and VT-12 cap
lured by Italian warships.
SAN DIEGO, January 15 The two lost aviators if found face
court martial. Took machine without authority.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 15 Tsushima Maru here with cargo
afire. Under control. Proceeds.'
NE WYORK, January 15 Terrific losses on both sides in Ru
mania. Berlin claims Russians are falling back across Sereth river.
Kotumikhali and Vadeni taken. Petrograd reports successes in Radul
csci region. Prisoners and booty. Riga attack going forward.
WASHINGTON, January 15 Farm loan board made public copy
of letter alleged to have been sent out from central office of security
company to agents urging they secure "positions secretary-treasurer of
farm loan associations to control bonding business.
HONOLULU, January 15 Construction of federal building here
to begin July first, is intimation of Advertiser correspondent.
Y. W. C. A. makes appeal to the public of the territory for $17,500.
Needed to carry out plan of increasing usefulness by instructing club
house on Bamon property, Waikiki.
Governor kills Rapid Transit charter as proposed by Public Util
Accident board refuses compensation to widow of policeman John
Huihui who died while making arrest of Japanese. Board claims of
" ficer died of fatty degeneration of the-heart, and not on account of
' police activities.
Dispatches from Washington to the Advertiser say Kuhio may get
place on military affairs committee. No chance for Hawaii home rule
CHICAGO, January 15 Judges Kensaw and Landis, of federal
court, find state has authority to set railroad rated inside state lines,
i NEW YORK, January 14 War news from Berlin. Evident that
1 I'ritish will continue assaults on the Ancre. Successful on the Serre,
I 'gaining ground, prisoners and supplies. Bulgarian resistance in Maced
onia appears to be broken.' Bulgarians and Turks have abandoned posi
tions. Germany claims success in Rumania. Press of the Central
Powers expresses scorn and anger at Entente reply. It is unconciliatory,
insolent and critical. Entente must be oh the verge of insanity. German
rt'ss expresses determination of final, victory.
PARIS, January 14 In order that young non-combatants and
women will be cared for during the winter, arrangements are being
made to let Germans in North of France into, unoccupied sections
through the German lines. German submarine U-41'sunk British flying
American. Tried to ram and sink light boat and destroy her crew.
xNote explaining sinking of Triple sent to Norway.
EUREKA, January 13 The cruiser Milwaukee went ashore try
ing to salvage the H-3. Is aground inside the first line of breakers in
twelve feet of water. Expected to be high and dry at low tide. Cheyen
ne barely escapes similar fate. Iroquois standing by. It is doubtful
if she can be pulled off as she has listed twenty degrees and is pounding
"tjudly. Late reports say the surf is breaking over her and fear is ex
pressed that she will turn turtle. The forward six-inch guns have been
thrown overboard. Is rolling heavily at, the mercy of the breakers.
heyenne is also in a dangerous, position.
WASHINGTON, January 13 Plans drafted to reopen leak hear
ing on a broader scale. Committee will be empowered to compel wit
nesses to testify.
1 Secretary of war told Congressmen who inquired, that Persing
ild probac y be witUlrawn next week. Militia will be called home
V v approve of bill restraining emnl-
nrovidn for jr.vestigatiil of disputes
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