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THE MAUI XKWS. SATURDAY. OCTOHKR 10. 1914.
WHITE TOR FULL PARTICULARS AND THICKS.
I Honolulu Iron Works Co.
P. O. Hox M
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
You cat) trust us to send the kind and
quality of shoos you HOPE to get
(for men, women or children) and
wo are glad to prepay the postal char
ges. Your order will be filled the day
we receive your letter.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
DOREGO and EDWARDS
K1SU Ul' PHONK 611 :- -:- :- :- WAILUKU, MAUI.
Two 7-Sentor I'nckarils. Mont all Steamers. Three 4 Seater Cars. Cheaper Kates
Leaves Wailuku lor Lahalna Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 p. m. Saturdays, 6 p. m.
Not less than 3 Passengers.
3?" If you have a party of 4 or more, wireless at our expense.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd
BUYS AND SELLS RE AT- ESTATE, STOCKS & l.ONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LI EE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
P. O. Box 346
O UK 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
6:30 a. m. to 11:15 p. m.
Sunday 8 a. in. to 12 m. 5 p. m. to 8:30
Maui Patrons are invited to call, leave
their packages and use the telephone
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
TUB IICXAL STORE
Fort and Hotel
At the lowest market price.
CHAS.WII.CCX :- -: Wailuku tf
James C. Toss, Jr.,
Telegraph News of the Week.
SUPPRESSED PROM WIRELESS BY CENSOR.
BORDEAUX, France, October 3. The German armored cruisers Gneisnau
find Scharnhorst on September 22 bombnrdrd and half destroyed the French
town of Papeete; Tahiti. The dismantled French gunboat Zelee, lying In
the harbor, wns sunk by the German shells. The cruisers attempted to
land no men, but put to sea after the bombardment.
Each of the German cruisers is 11,603 tons, has 750 in the crew and
carries four 8-inch and six 6-inch guns.
These cruisers were at first reported bottled up at Tsingtau and were
later reported to have been towed into Hongkong, battered and disabled.
DISSENSION IN RCUMANIA.
ROME, October 3. King Charles, of Roumania, and the Roumanian
cabinet, have reached disagreement over policy that country should pursue
in regard to war. Cabinet strongly urges cause of Allies. On other hand
king is loyal to family of Hohenzollcrns and wants Roumania to lend sup
port to Germany and Austria.
MANDAMUS IN ELECTION CASES.
HONOLULU, October 3. Mandamus has been filed to get election certi
ficate from David Kalauokalani, declared elected under new primary law.
George A. Davis, attorney for petitioner.
U. S. Marshal Smiddy Invested in office today.
GERMAN CONSUL GETS WAR NEWS.
HONOLULU, October 3. Consul Rodiek received following cable: "Ger
man right wing progresses at Arras, Albert and Roye. Fall of Antwerp near.
Russians reinforced at Niemen. Germans retiring strategically. Austrians
in strong position at Przemsyl and Cracow. Gneisenau and Scharnhorst bom
HOLT WON'T PLAY SECOND FIDDLE.
HONOLULU, October 4. Harry Holt has declined offer of Chief Deputy
U. S. Marshal tendered by Marshal Smiddy. Sherwood may remain.
Kuhio has filed nominating petition with clerk Cushingham of Secre
RUSSIANS CLAIM GREAT VICTORY.
LONDON, October 4. Further advices received from Petrograd give
details confirming disaster attending attempted invasion of Germans from
East Prussia into province of Suwaiki, while official German dispatches re
port retirement before the reinforced Russian army. Petrograd reports that
invaders were routed. Central News dispatches say that whole regiments
were drowned at Niemen river during retre.it, and that Germans lost artillery.
German Emperor, who is reported to heve gone to the front, is said to
have escaped with difficulty.
In view of this reverse and the Russian advance on Cracow, Vienna is
preparing for a siege, and there is talk of moving seat of Austrian govern
ment to Innesbruck naer the German border. Rome reports that endless
stream of wounded from Galicia has been pouring into Vienna and famine
is among great number of unemployed in Bohemia. Dispatch from German
headquarters says portion of 22nd army corps composed of Siberian troops
was defeated in two days battle at Augustora, in province of Suwaiki. Death
of German Lieutenant-General von Trotha is confirmed.
FOUR STEAMERS STRIKE MINES.
LONDON, Ocotber 4. Advices from Ostend to Lloyds say that British
steamer Dawdon, from Hull to Antwerp, struck mine in North Sea and sunk.
Nine of crew missing. Dispatches to Central News from South Shields says
that Norwegian steamer Truma was wrecked by North Sea mine today. Two
persons- drovned. British admiralty announces that German tactics of lay
ing mines in North Sea have forced Enjland to adopt similar measures.
Roumanian sailing vessel and Italian steamer have been sunk in Adriatic
with heavy loss of life.
ALLIES PUSH TOWARDS BELGIUM.
PARIS, October 4. West wing of Allies which reached Arras Friday,
now extends to within thirty miles of Belgian border, continuous progress
having been made yesterday. Overlapping movement continues in rear of
von Kiuk's army. German left said to be retreating. Crown Prince's army
in Argonne region has been driven northward on the heights of the Meuse.
French are progressing continuously.
. GERMANS IN TSINGTAU GET RELIEF.
LONDON, October 4. Hamburg-American line steamship has run block'
ade at Tsingtau, carrying cargo of ammunition into besieged city.
JAPAN LOSES MORE VESSELS.
TOKIO, October 4. The Kiyo Maru, a mine sweeper, destroyed yester
day. This is the third the Japanese have lost.
CARRANZA RESIGNS. NOT ACCEPTED.
MEXICO CITY, October 4. Provisional President Carranza yesterday
tendered hi3 resignation to the delegates to the conference who are trying
to adjust differences. Members of the peace commision refuse to accept resig
nation. CZAR WANTS TO SEE FIGHTING.
PETROGRAD, October 4. It is officially announced that Czar Nicholas
will start to the front to 'join Russian army repelling Germans invading
THIS DETECTIVE A DANDY.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 4. A. P. Emerson, a private detective, em
ployed by Merchants Association of Stockton, has confessed to planting dyna
mite in Stockton to discredit labor unions. After placing dynamite he would
discover it and receive reward. Facts came to light when he was caught
stealing dynamite from box car.
RODIEK GETS OPTIMISTIC NEWS.
HONOLULU, October 5. Consul Rodiek has received the following:
''General situation all right. Reinforced right wing Is progressing along line
of Arras, Albert and Roye. Heights at Roye which are of particular im
portance, have been taken after terrible battles. Center is unchanged. Two
outer forts along river Meuse taken. Advance of stronger forces through
the loop at St. Mihiel, was impossible so far on account of French counter
attacks from Toul. Allies admit, however, that they have sustained enormous
losses, and that German artillery is strongly superior. African troops have
to be withdrawn from field on account of cold weather. Situation in east
continuously favorable. Fall of Antwerp imminent. Two forts already taken.
Russian offensive in Galicia complete failure up to present time. Austrians
hold strong position between fortresses of Pryemsyl and Cracow. Total
number prisoners taken by Germans up to September 12 is 220,000 men,
Including 4102 officers. After Russians had met with reverses from our
army they were reinforced beyond Niemen and Bobr rivers. German army
then withdrew for strategical reasons."
BRUNS TAKES HIS OLD JOB.
HONOLULU, October 5. Harry Bruns appointed chief deputy marshal
succeeding Harry Holt. Harris to succeed Sherwood as second deputy.
Jeff McCarn on stand in his own defense today.
SCHUMAN NOT YET SHOT.
Gus Schuman has been heard from in Berlin, where he is comfortable.
Will sail for New York Ocotber 30.
HONOLULU, October 5. Transport Thomas arrived from Orient re
ports transport Dix disabled at Nagasaki.
Judge Ashford uncovered three indictments from secret file, but indicted
men are all out of Oahu at present.
McCarn trial resumed otday.
GERMAN PACIFIC BASE DESTROYED.
TOKIO, October 5. Government officially announces that Japanese
squadron has landed sailors in Jaluit Island, seat of German government
In Marshall Islands. Quantity of arms and ammunition seized. No resistance
offered. Fortification destroyed. Is believed Marshall Islands was base
which has been used by German cruisers in Pacific.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
268 market Street, San Trancisie, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SCHEDULE
San Francisco Puget Sound
Manna Sept t
Mntsonin Sept 9
Hilonian Sepl 10
I.tirline Sept 15
WiUielmiiia.. Sept 23
fManoa Sept 29
Ilyades Oct I
Matsonia Oct 7
lairline Oct 13
IIi1onian Oct 22
Manna Oct 27
Matsmna Nov 4
I.urline Nov 10
Hyacles Nov 12
Mauoa Nov 24
Matsonia Dec 2
Knterprise ...Dec 3
Lurline Dec 8
Manoa Dec 22
Ilyades Dec 2.)
Matsonia Dec 30
Sept 13 Sept 19
Oct 25 Oct 31
Nov 15 Nov 21
Dec 6 Dec 12
Dec 27 Jan 2
Sept 1 5
Sept 22 7
Oct 3 US
Sept 29 9
Oct 15 81
Oct 6 76
Oct 13 61
Oct 23 8
Nov 7 48
Oct 27 10
Nov 3 77
Nov lo 62
Nov 26 82
Nov 17 9
Nov 24 1 1
Dec 1 7S
Dec 19 49
I ec 8 63
Dec 15 10
Dec 22 12
Jan 9 119
Dec 29 79
Jan 5 64
Jan 12 11
Jan 30 50
Jan 19 13
PORTS OF CALL.
To Honolulu and Ililo.
To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. Matsonia
vS. S. Wilhelniina
S. S. Mauoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Enterprise
S. S. Ilyades
S. S. Hiloiiian
on voy. 118 to Ililo direct.
on voy. 119 to all Ports via Puget
to all Hawaiian Ports via Tugd
fMANOA on voy. 8 returns to S. F. via San Pedro. Arrives at San
Pedro Oct. 20 and leaves Oct. 21 for S. F. arriving Oct. 23.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles and freight
only (110 passengers).
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Sfime 3able-"'ZKciliului Siailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went intocfTcet June lst,3l!)lo.
5 33 3 3:i 25 S 426 35
5 23 3 20 1 15 s 30
A.. Wailuku.. iJ
I .. Kahului
5 20 3 17 K 27 12.0 A.. ..L
5' 37 S '7 -"spreck- "A
509305 5 s-4 -v.: ihviik? :L
5 i ! 55 's "5 L. ..A
j 5-5 Pain
4 5S 2 53 S 03 A.. ..J.
4 52,2 47 7 57 L" Hama- "A
I ' 3.4: , "kuapoko ".
4 5i(2 46 7 5( A: -I-
4 45 2 4' 7 50 !- -A
I 14" l':uiela .. !
4 44 2 39 7 49 ' A.. .X
4 4o 2 35 7 45 ojl- Haiku ..Aj
I ' AM
6 40 8 50 I 30
06 50Q oojl 40
3 35 5 3!
53 3 5S
2 05 4 10
2 o7!4 12
2 i4'4 19
2 15 4 2"
2 23 4 28
2 25 4 3"
2 3" 4 3 s'
TOWARDS PU U N EN K
3 I 1
A M P M
2 oOG H) . 0 I...Kahului..A 2. 5 1 5 22 3 15
;5 (KJC- 10, 2.5 A..Puuneue..lJ 0(; 12:5 0")
I I I I
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Libor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. in., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. in., and connect
ing with the 0:01) a. in. train fur Puunene.
3. BAGUACiK KATES: 150 pounds of personal bapgage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and To 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 charged.
Fur Ticket Fares and other inforinatiou see I,oeal Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the IVputs.
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