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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1914.
The Honolulu Iron Works Company,
are Mill Kuginccrs, Consulting Kngi
neers, Designers and Manufacturers of
Complete Modern Equipment for
Cane Sugar Factories, Experts in the
Remodeling and Modernizing of
Factories, and Territorial Agents for
Standard Gas Engines, etc., etc., etc.
They solicit correspondence
and will gladly submit
Watluku. Maui. T. H.
P. O. lk) 8.1
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE. '
You can trust us to send the kind inl
quality of shoes you HOPE to get
(for men, women or children) and
wo are glad to prepay the postal char
ges. Your order will le filled the day
wo receive your letter.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
DOREGO and EDWARDS
RING Ul PHONK till :- :- -:- :- WAILUKU", MAUI.
Two 7 Soatcr I'ackurtls. Meet all Stoamors. Three 4-Soatur Curs. Cheaper Rales
Leaves Walluku lor Lahalna Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 p. m. Saturdays, 6 p. m.
Not less than 3 Passengers.
K3T If you have a party of 4 or more, wireless at our expense.
I The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. I
S BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS A UONDS
J WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
S SECURES INVESTMENTS
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
P. O. Box ,346
OUR NEW SERVICE
We have arranged a schedule of
business hours that will enable us to
better serve the public at the same
time giving our employes more time
for out-of-doors enjoyment. The store
will be open daily, except Sunday
6:80 a. m. to 11:15 p. m.
Sunday 8 a. ni. to 12m.5 p. m. to 8:SO
Matli Patrons are invited to call, leave
their packages and use the telephone
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Tllti liliXAL STORti
Fort and Hotel
At the lowest market price.
CHAS.WILCCX -:- -: Wailuku ti
James C. Toss, Jr.,
Telegraph News of the Week.
COST OFLIVING GOING UP. '
HONOLULU, Sept. 30. Hawaii Meat Co. has advanced price of meat
second time within a month.
JACK'S GRIP IS GOOD.
In spite of failure to pass civil service examination, Jack Kalakiela
will be appointed clerk to Sheriff Rose. v
PLENTY OF WATER NOW.
Citizens are advised to boil all drinking water. Nuuanu dam is full.
Heavy rains have washed refuse into streams.
NEW MARSHAL READY.
U. S. Marshal Smtddy will begin duties Monday. No deputies chosen.
FRENCH CALLED HOME.
French reserves have been called to colors from Hawaii.
HUNG JURY ON WELCH CASE.
Jury failed to agree in Welch trial.
WM. WELCH ON TRIAL.
Trial Wm. Welch for running down officer Moranha with automobile,
LANDSTURM CALLED OUT.
HONOLULU, Sept. 29. Germany has called to colors the Landsturm.
Those trained between the age of 39 and 45 years old will be classed as
home defense troops. A copy of the call was yesterday issued In Honolulu
by Consul Rodiek.
MAUI LOSES TO OAHU.
HONOLULU, Sept. 29. Oahu won the game yesteday, 13 to 12.. Flem
ing hurt. Great game.
F. B. McSTOCKEFt DEAD.
Frank McStocker died of heart Oiilure last night.
Army officers rescued a private who had fallen over cliff at Waianae
McCarn case going on. Judge Whitnoy has under consideration advisa
bility of Thompson answering quesitons relative to his evidence before
the Federal Grand Jury.
$4000 FOR 192 VOTES.
Geo. R. Carter spent $4000 in the primary campaign.
WISE LANDS PLUM.
John Wise will handle Republican campaign work as special committee
secretary. Committee will manage.
JURY MUST PASS ON McCARN.
Judge Whitney denied motion of McCain for instructed verdict of ac
quital. Witnesses for defense now being examined.
George Allen today pleaded guilty to forgery.
TO FIGHT BOOZE.'
HONOLULU, Sept. 28. Plans are being made for fight on liquor in
HONOLULU MILK IMPURE.
Dr. Norgaard says that Honolulu milk is impure.
HONOLULAN MAY BE IN ARMY.
HONOLULU, Sept. 27. Efforts to find the whereabout of Gus Schuman,
through lodges and state department, have failed. He is an American citi
zen, but may be at the front with the German forces. Was last heard from
in July, in Dresden, where he went on a vacation trip.
ARMY OFFICER FOUND SHOT.
Capt. Watkins of the 25th Infantry, found dead on rifle range with
bullet in brain. May have been suicide.
R. H. Trent, although a first-class passenger, is returning from Coast
in steerage of Manchuria.
RESIGNATIONS ASKED FOR.
Oliver K. Stillman and Daniel Woodward, for many years employes of
Territorial waterworks, have been asked for resignations.. Politics believed
BIG STORM ON KAUAI.
LIHUE, Kauai, Sept. 28. Terrific storm did great damage yesterday.
Spitz stables and horses washed. Into sea. Lihue plantation lost flumes
and main reservoir.
Two Chinese boys were drowned and one Japanese was electrocuted
through contact with fallen power line.
SAY GERMANS WERE ROUTED.
LONDON, Sept. 30. After 24 hours almost ceaseless fighting at close
range, between German right and forces of Allies, advancing from Teronne,
on invaders entrenchment before St. Quentin, Germans have been defeated
and right wing crumpled. Right is falling back toward Guise in disorgan
ized retreat with Allies pursuing, and giving no opportunity for broken regi
ments to reform or take new position. Automobiles1 are carrying ammuni
tion so soldiers may march light. .
Allies have made slight progress in Argonne," being advanced in direc
tion of Meuse.
BELIEVE U. S. WILL BE PERMANENT MEDIATOR.
LONDON, Sept. 29. Prominent diplomats here believe it will be pos
sible to ultimately negotiate treaties under which all big powers will be
required to submit differences to United States, thus making another Euro
pean war impossible.
EMDEN STILL BUSY.
LONDON, Cept. 29. German cruiser Emden has sunk four more mer
chant vessels in Orient.
COMPARATIVE QUIET IN EUROPE.
LONDON, Sept. 29. The fall of Pivensyl is officially denied.
Austria is protesting against the use of dum-dum bullets by Russians.
A German dirigible dropped bomb on school house yesterday, killing
eleven children. ,
Allied Servian and Montenegran troops are now marching on Serajevo,
have reached Mount Kemanie.
CLOSE FIGHTING ON AISNE.
LONDON, Sept. 28. The two battle lines are within 200 yards. of each
other. Frequent hand to hand fighting is taking place. This indicates Allies
have won ground in6ide range of German heavy artillery.
LONDON, Sept. 28. The war office announces tonight that there is no
change in the situation anywhere.
The death of Prince Adelbert is reported.
SAY AUSTRIANS ARE ON RUN.
LONDON, Sept. 28. Russians are driving Austrians before them at
every point, and have cleared all Galicia north of Carpathian mountains,
and as far west as San river. Petrogard reports Austrian column now in
full retreat from Przemysl towards S.inok, thirty miles south-west, after
having been shelled by Russian artillery on the heights. Austrians aband
oned transport trains and number of motor-cars in battles near Uszuk Pass.
Russians report defeat of last remaining portion of Austrian forces in eastern
half of Galicia, with loss of part of their artillery and many prisoners. Rus
sians now pursuing Austrians through Uszuk Pass, on south into Hun
gary. GREAT FORCE INVADING GERMANY.
LONDON, Sept. 28. Latest advices from Petrogard indicate that Rus
sian invasion of Germany i. on much greater scale than at first reported.
Russian front now extends from Baltic to southern boundary of Silesia.
ALLIES HARD PUT TO HOLD POSITION.
LONDON, Sept. 28. Last night situation in France was without material
change, according to official war "office announcement. For three days and
nights Germans have hurled their armies sgainst Allies along entire front
with unprecedented violence. An attempt to force opening has been met
and repulsed at every point, and Allies have been concentrating their efforts
to recapture lost ground.. The attacks upon British army resulted in heavy
loss of men.
GERMAN LOSSES HEAVY. KAISER ILL.
LONDON, Sept. 23. Germany's official statement is that since war be
gan, slightly more than 104,000 men have been killed, and 10,000 wounded.
The Kaiser is reported ill with Inflamation of lungs from cold contracted
after falling into ditch at the front.
LONDON, Sept. 28. Conflicting reports received here regarding Kaiser.
Dispatch to Times from Petrogard says he is in East Prussia, and this ha.
SERBS RETAKE SEMLIN.
PARIS, Sept. 30. Dispatch from Belgrade says Servians have re-occupied
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26S Market Street, San Trancisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SCHEDULE
Sari Francisco Puget Sound
HOl.ND Hnwnlinn lslnnln Arrive
I.eiive Arrivi! I.iuvtj 8. p.
M.'itioa Sept I
Enterprise. ..Sept 5
Mutsonia Sept 9
Hiloniiin Sept to
Lurline Sept 15
Willielinina.. Sept 23
tManoH Sept 29
MIyades Oct I
Matsonia Oct 7
I.nrliue Oct 13
Willielinina... Oct 21
IIilotiian Oct 22
Manoa Oct 27
Mutsonia Nov 4
I.urline Nov 10
Hyailcs Nov 12
Manoa Nov 24
Mutsonia Dec 2
'Enterprise ...Dec 3
Lurlitic Dec S
Mniion Dec 22
IIyades Dec 24
Matsonia Dec 30
Sept 13 Sept 19
Oct 25 Oct 31
Nov 15 Nov 21
1 )ec 6 Dec 1 2
Dec 27 Jan 2
I tec 9
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia. ...
S. 8. Willielinina.
S. S. Manoa
S. S. I.urline
S. S. Knterprise
S. S. Ilvades
To Honolulu and Ililo.
To Honolulu and Kahttlui.
on voy. 11S to Hilo direct.
on voy. 119 to all Ports via Puget
all Hawaiian Ports via Pttctt
I to a
S. S. Hilonian t Sound
fMANOA on voy. 8 returns to S. V. via San Pedro. Arrives at San
Pedro Oct. 20 and leaves Oct. 21 for S. I arriving Oct. 23.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles and freight
only (no passengers). 1
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Uirne 3ableJ(ahuIui Siailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect Juno 1st, r.)I3.jj
5 33 3 3
5 23 3 20
5 20 3 17
5 "3 07
5 "9 3 5
5 2 55
S's 2 53
4 5y 47
4 5 1 2 4(1
4 45 2 4"
4 44.2 39
4 4"' 2 35
A M "
I 25 S 426 35
I ts,8 306 2S '5-3
A.. Wailuku.. L
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ni,.. Haiku ..A.15.3 7 !)
0 40 8 50. ' 30
0 6 50 9 u' I 40
3-y 52 ji 423 47
7 "2 ..'....11 52 3 57
45 5 48
' ,7 3 'I 53 3 5.
9.8,7 '5 '2 05 4 10 .
7 2) .
2 ()J4 12,.
2 14:4 '9 -
7 25, 2 15 4 2.
7 33 ,2 23 4 28
i 35; a5 4 30
; 3" 1 3
2 5(Mi 00
Mii$ i STATIONS
2. I a.
A M j P M
2. r; 223 l")
:5 00,(5 lo; 2.5 l'lllllli-I-' Of. 12:5 0")
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. in., arriving at Kaliului at 5:50 a. in., and connect
ing with the (5:(0a. in. train for Puunene.
3. ISAtiti.UilC KATKS: 150 pounds of personal baggage will Ik;
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 2r cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff 1. (J.
C. No. S, or inquire at any of the In puts.
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