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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1917.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
NEW YORK, May 29 Italians continue efforts to break line
towards Trieste. Captured fortified positions in vicinity of Jamino and
consolidate gains on Julian front.
Austrian war office asserts that Italians were repulsed on Sunday
with great losses. Front of Austrian positions was covered with Italian
dead. 15,000 unwounded Italians were taken prisoners, including 8000
on Carso front.
British airmen destroyed 12 German aeroplanes and drive down
10 yesterday. Anti-aircraft guns get 1. British lost 3. Berlin reports
12 British planes destroyed and 2 balloons.
Spainish situation due to German illegalities growing in intensity.
Minister presented with resolution at great mass meeting of entente
partisans declaring Spain should break with Germany, accepting all
LONDON, May 29 Russian artillery fire against Austrians is in
creasing presaging approach of offensive on large scale. Petrograd dis
patches report industrial crisis is acute. Socialist ministry asserts that
unless means are soon found for adjusting factory conditions most in
dustries for national defense will be compelled to close in a few months.
Minister of finance says workmen's demands are so enormous, it is seem
ingly impossible to keep industries going.
HONOLULU, May 28 Based on various complaints of high costs
of fish, food commission starts investigation to discover cause and secure
No new anthrax since Sunday morning.
Link McCandless charges Republicans with debauching electors
with liquor, on primary day.
Reverend Lukua, of Molokai, recently preaching in Hilo is dead.
TOKIO, May 28 Terrichi, addressing convention of governors
states there is particular satisfaction of entry of America into war as
"materially strengthens tie of interest, binding Japan and America."
Also says situation in Russia is serious, but not materially effecting re
lations of Russia.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 28 Nitro glycerine plant at San Pablo
exploded. Seven killed.
LONDON, May 28 Officially reported that 1,500,000 Americans
including those now with the allies will soon be in France.
HAVANA, May 28 Big explosion in hold of American steamer,
Lackawana. Thee injured. Police suspect Germans.
ROME, May 28 Italians cross Timaze river near gulf of Trieste.
Capture nine 16 inch guns.
Wireless station will be closed after 10 A. M. tomorrow Memorial
Day. . , . !.
CHICAGO, May 28 Summary of storm damage reports which
are incomplete because many places are still cut off from communication,
show that tornadoes did damage in nearly all of Mississippi valley states.
Many towns wiped out and many others damaged. Total death so far
known 185; injured, 1107. Property losses, $5,000,000. Principal losses
in Mattoon: dead, 54; injured, 500.
Charleston: dead, 38; injured, 140; other Illinois town: 18 dead,
and 55 injured. Arkansas: 9 dead, 12 injured; Indiana: 9 dead, 100
injured; Tennessee: 6 dead, 53 injured; Kentucky, 28 dead, 76 injured;
Mississippi, 50 dead, 100 injured; Alabama: 7 dead, 50 injured. Militia
is guarding Mattoon. Reports from Valparaiso, Ind. states storm worst
in history. Other places isolated, and feared loss is heavy.
NEW YORK, May 28 Italians smash Austrian lines on Carso
plateau and mounting north of Gorizia, capturing 1200 prisoners, 11
guns, and driving Austrians back in confusion. In other assaults made
between Kamino and the coast, Italians carried a fortified hill by storm,
capturing 800 men and 10 guns, while near Plaza, Italians carried heights
at head of Pallisza valley, which connecting the lines that mount Cucco
with those at hill 363.
MADRID, May 28 Assembly composed of elements favorable to
Allies to number of 25,000 yesterday morning passed resolutions calling
upon premier to show his sympathy with entente powers to prevent i
trouble planned. Counter demonstration by pro-German party was
prevented. Resolution passed recites Spain's submarine grievances
TOKIO, May 28 Admiralty announces that Japanese destroyers
were escorting transport Transylvania when the latter was submarined
in the Mediterranean and battled with diver. Allies praise bravery of
NEW YORK May 2'J Russia orders 500 locomotives and 10,000
Paia Holy Ghost Celebration
Saturday, June 2nd, 7:30 P. M.
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Monday, June 4
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is preparing a special program to accompany this production.
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