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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915.
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Telegraph News of the Week.
WASHINGTON, July 8. Advices from Mexico City during the
past 24 hours, makes situation as viewed by officials here much brighter.
Food riots quelled.
NEW YORK, July 9. Holt may be responsible for the explosion
and fire on the steamer Minnesana, enroute from Halifax to England,
which happened when steamer was 500 miles from Halifax. Is now
headed for New York, Cargo contained much in explosives and muni
tions of war.
WASHINGTON, July 8. Government has taken over the control
of the Sayville wireless station, because of past infractions of neutrality
laws. Ballard, U. b. Navy, will take control and operate the station.
LONDON, July 8. A lull is reported on two Austrian battlefronts
Italian cruiser was sunk by a submarine in the upper Adriatic. Few
Russians are now making a successful satnd along the eastern war
arena and have checked enemy s offensive.
WASHINGTON, July 8. President Wilson has decided not to
answer Ambassador Gerald's inquiry from Berlin concerning tentative
draft of German reply and how it has been received.
LONDON, July 8. Austro-German advance against the Lublin
railroads appears to be definitely checked, and for time being Warsaw is
prevented from falling into hands of the Germans.
TETROGRAD, July 8. Claims to victory are substantial. Vienna
and Petrograd dispatches indicate this. Russians have all advantages
from position with railroads parallel with their lines in the rear, while
Teutons' lunge has carried their advance away from their supply bases.
Wounded Austrians and Germans are commencing to arrive at Lemberg,
Przemysl and Jaroslau by the thousands.
LONDON, July 8. Germany putting all shipbuilding strength of
the empire into submarines. Allies are fighting their way forward on
Gallipoli peninsula position now well advanced, along Madios road a.id
within six miles for the forts of the Narrows from Krithia, the key to
Atachi Baba lines stormed and captured last week. Advance has been
pushed against the Turkish positions occupying crest of Pasha Dagh
plateau, and storming of these extensive strong positions will be the
next object of the Allies.
TOKIO, July 8. The Japanese cabinet and the elder statesmen
were in conference today relative to new treaty with Russia.
SYDNEY, July 8. The wreck of the German cruiser Emden will
be floated and put on exhibition in Australia.
WASHINGTON, July 8. Three-inch disappearing nHes electric
ally manipulated, are to be mounted on all submarines in the American
QUEEN STUWN, Unt., July 8. Ten killed and twenty injured
when car on the scenic railroad running along the Niagara gorge was
WASHINGTON, July 8. Prof. Charles Monroe says Holt lrmt
have accomplices as bomb he described as having been placed by him
in the Capitol would not explode. All the steamers upon wnicn Ijoi:
could possibly have placed bombs, are reported safe.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 8. Capt. Robert Dollar has sold the
steamer M. S. Dollar to Burkhill Brothers, Shanghai. Evidently Dollar
is rapidly going out of business.
HONOLULU, July 7. Washington Democrats determined to
rule appointments on local bench, according to views of Whittington.
Mrs. Emma Lederlotf died here yesterday.
TOKIO, July 7. Japan favors new treaty with Petrograd with
view to establishing permanent peace.
LITTLE ROCK, Tuly 7. Seven bandits terrorized England, a
nearby village, in a pistol battle with one hundred citizens, when an
attempt was made to dynamite bank safe.
LONDON, July 7. Russians announce tney nave ciiecked i urkisn
offensive in Caucasus.
French destroyers have been sinking Turkish ships and doing other
damage along Asia Minor coast.
England is prepared to prevent exportation of metal used in manu
facture of ammunition. All such to be kept for use here.
Italian forces battling along Isonzo front. Rome and Vienna an
nouncements disagree as to whose advantage has resulted last few days
HONOLULU, July 7. Republicans control next charter conven
tion. Senator Martin, of New Jersey, says in Washington that he warned
the oeonle of Hawaii not to expect a change in the sugar tariff.
CHICAGO, July 7. 903 persons were injured and 19 killed by
4th of Tulv celebrations.
SEATTLE, July 7. One hundred union longshoremen, loading
Minnesota, Hilonian, and Amur, struck last night against working with
WASHINGTON, July 7. Carranza forces were checked yester
day in the north. Supplies brought into the City of Mexico, by Consul
General Shankhn, were only a sop to the wolt. Red Cross nurses say
conditions are pitiable.
LONDON, July 7. The Teutons rush has decreased in momentum
while it has been definitely checked along the Galician-Polish front.
There has been persistent fighting, with Austrians, Germans, and Rus
sians alternating attacks.
NEW YORK, July 7. Evelyn Thaw has refused to testify before
court in Thaw trial. Attorneys for state say they will bring her into
court on body warrant.
LONDON, July 7. Government yesterday took liquor problem
into its hands. Absolute prohibition is not to be enforced, unless it is
found necessary, but no beer or liquors will be sold to workmen, whose
output falls below the standard set ; and hours of opening and closing
will be regulated.
NEW YORK, July 7 It is stated here that a large quantity of
ammunition hasTaeen shipped to Russia, by way of Archangel. Russia
soon ready for great campaign.
LONDON, July 7. Rumors of the first German offensive in west,
with Calais again the object of a great drive, come in reports from the
continent. Germans are bringing up ten fresh army corps with which
a duplication of Russian campaign is to be attempted.
HONOLULU, July 6. Latest rumors as to the judiciary situa
tion, is that Chief Jusitce Robertson is to be reappointed. No suitable
successor found for him, and that I. M. Stainback, attorney general of
the territory, will be named circuit judge to succeed W. L. Whitney.
This rumor is unconfirmed.
ROME, July 6. Italy is making steady progress in the Trei.tino
and Carnac Alps, according to dispatches from the front. The. Aus
trians have received reinforcements and are attempting to take the
offensive. The Italian commanders assert they are moving forward
on the Carnac plateau, and aviators attacks in the vicinity of Doberdo
have been successful. Austrian statements that there is severe fighting
on the Doberdo plateau.
LONDON, July 6. German dispatches upon the fighting in the
western arena, recounts fearful losses susatined by the Allies in the ter
rific fighting between Arras and La Basse, where the struggle is almost
without pause. One command, says Berlin, lost 3400 out of 4200 men
in the last severe fighting.
LONDON, July 6. After falling back for many days before the
heavy Austro-German attack, losing Przemysl and Lemberg in turn,
and being driven out of Galicia, Russian armies are now apparently
stiffening along most of long line. However, along the Krasmk river
the Russians are still unable to hold a defensive position.
GLENCOVE, July 6. From an eyewitness it is learned that Mrs.
Morgan was the first to seize Holt when he attacked her husband.
Holt is in a precarious condition owing to the beating he received from
the Morgan butler, but will be given a hearing tomorrow if well enough,
when he says he will give the history of his life and explain why he
attempted to kill Morgan. It has been decided that he is not Muenter,
the suspected wife murderer.
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
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JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER
Steamer VK s?"!
Hilonian.... 88 July 1
Enterprise. .125 July 3
Manoa.. ... 18 July 6
Matsonla.... 20 July 14
tLurllne 86 July 20
'Hyades 55 July 22
Wilhelmina.. 72 July 28
Enterprise.. 126 July 31
Manoa 19 Aug. 3
Matsonia. . . . 21 Aug. 11
Hilonian. . . . 89 Aug. 11
ILurline 87 Aug. 17
Williplmina. . 73 Aug. 25
Enterprise. .127 Aug. 28
Manoa 20 Aug. 31
Hyades 56 Sept. 2
Matsonia.... 22 Sept. 8
tLurline 88 Sept. 14
Wilhelmina. . 74 Sept. 22
Hilonian. ... 90 Sept. 23
Enterprise. .128 Sept. 25
Manoa 21 Sept. 28
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July 25 5July 31
Sept. 5 Sept. 11
Sept. 26 Oet. 4
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia.. .
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Hilonian
S. S. Hyades
S. S. Enterprise.
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahulut.
To all Hawaiian Ports via
For Hilo direct. Carries Livestock
tLurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
t Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
I Indicates that steamer carries livestock from Puget Sound to Hono
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SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
5 33 3
5 23 3
5 20 3
5 9 3
4 5i a
4 45 a
4 40 a
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A" elsTille "L
L" Hatna- "A
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5 2 4 6 8 lft
6 40 8 50 1 30 3 35 5 38
0 6 50 9 00 I 40 3 45 5 48
3-3 6 52 1 423 47
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7 3 1 53 3 58
9.8 7 15 a 054 10
7 17 a 074
7 24.-... a 144 19
7 25 a 15 4 ao
7 33 a 33 4 a8
K.. 7 35 a 25 4 30
15-3 7 40 a 304 35
2 50 0 00
3 00 6 10
2 . 5 A..Puuneue..L
6 223 15
6 123 05
1. All trains dally except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays!
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunone.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds, or part . thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff L C. CV
xno. , or inquire at any of the Depots.
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