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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914.
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WITH LOW COMMON
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and we pay the freight.
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Not Less Than Three Passengers.
If you have a party of four or more, wireless at our expense.
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WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES.
A 'List of High Grade Securities Mailed on Application.
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WAR RELIEF FUND.
The War Relief Fund Committee, of Honolulu, through Mrs. P. F. Bald
win, of Maul, hav opened subscription lists In Wailuku with Messrs. II. B.
fenhallow and C. D. Lufkin.
Those desiring to contribute to this Fund may do bo by calling on either
of the above gentlemen,' who will undertake to see that the Funds are trans
mitted to the Committee in Honolulu without charge or deducion.
Conributions can be made to the General Fund or for the benefit "of
any one particular country. , tf.
For All the NewsRead Hie Maui News.
Telegraph News of the Weel
GERMANS LOSE VESSELS.
LONDON, November 24. Germans lost two vessels yesterday. One
foundered as a result of collision and ere surrendered to save crew.
Little change in situation in France yesterday.
No announcements made last night by war office.
BRITISH AIRMEN MAKE RAID.
Winston Churchill announced that British aviators raided Zeppelin base
find seriously damaged factory by dropping bombs. One airman was shot,
but two ethers returned safely.
GERMAN SUBMARINE SURRENDERS.
While operating cn north coast of Scotland German submarine was run
down by British patrol ships. An hour after she was rammed she appeared
on surface flying white flag.
REPORTS CONTRADICTORY RE POLAND BATTLE.
LONDON, November 24. Decisive turn seems to be taking place In great
battle in Poland, between Vistula and Warthe. In Bpite of fact that Berlin
seems exultant over great German victory there, the Russian reports from
official and private sources confirm previous Russian announcement that
Czar's army is inflicting great defeat cn German forces.
While Czar was visiting wounded in palace hospital yesterday, it was
announced a victory was'in sight on the Vistula. Fighting continued in this
theater throughout the day and Germans wore repulsed and driven back.
Discovery of a German attempt to turn left flank of Russians, prompted
a change in disposition cf Czar's troops. Fresh troops brought Into action
and movement defeated. Advance continues slowly. Great number of Ger
mans are steadily retiring. Continuous fighting in progress along front near
Cracow. Austrian and German forces join on this line. Five thousand Aus
trians have been captured since Saturday.
Times is in receipt of a dispatch which confirms reported victory In
Vistula Warthe campaign. These advices say large bodies-of Germans are
surrounded pnd are being captured by superior force of Russians. ame
source reports German advance northward has been checked and thrown
uack. It is believed Germans will receive reinforcements and attempt to
r.ssume offensive. Berlin confirms Russian reports jof victory.
AMERICAN DIFFICULTIES IN ENGLAND.
LONDON, November 24. Americans notified they must take out new
passprrts on account of many Coimans posing as Americans and carrying
STEAMER HANALEI GOES ASHORE.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 24. Steamer Hanalei went ashore below
here in dense fog. One passenger and one member of crew believed drowned.
Two passengers who swam ashore brought news.
COTTON EMBARGO LIFTED.
WASHINGTON, November 24. Great Britain will allow cotton to pass
destined to Ccrmany from American ports.
PLANNING N EW JOB FOR MURRAY.
HONOLULU, November 24. Harry Murray may be head of new water
works and sewer department to be created.
HEADS TO FALL IN HONOLULU.
Rumored that republican axe will cut broad swathe in city offices after
RUSSIANS CLAIM POLISH VICTORY.
LONDON, November 25. Russia winning great victory in Poland. Great
battle of Lodiz continues favorably with Russians. Many heavy guns al
ready captured. Engagement w4th retreating forces vigorously maintained.
The advices confirm previous announcement that tide of victory has
turned to Russians.
Check of von Hindenberg's army admitted by Berlin as a severe set-back
to Germany. Germans still attempting to stay defeat by creating diversion
wherever they can.
RUSSIANS CAPTURE AIRMEN.
In an aerial attack made on Piock which was bombarded by German avia
tors, one Eercplane with two aviators was captured by Russians. The mach
ine was fired upon and disabled and men were obliged to descend within
Russian lines. This is same aeroplane that dropped bombs into Warsaw yes
terday. Russians have captured 13,000 Austrians.
Turks are losing in Asia Minor, Russians continuing to drive them back.
ITALY NOW ON BRINK.
ROME, November 25. Believed Italy now on brink of taking a grave step
which may mean her entering European war. In important two-hour con
ference Italian ambassadors were recalled yesterday. Only three persons
present at conferences: Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Ministers of War and
FAMOUS GERMAN OFFICER KILLED.
BORDEAUX, November. 25. General Strenger, commanding 58th Ger
man infantry brigade, has been killed. He was noted commander.
GERMANS HEAR OF FRENCH REVERSES IN MOROCCO.
BERLIN, November 25.--Rc ported here French are losing heavily in Mor
rocco fighting. Twenty-six officers and 600 men killed in battle. Tribesmen
captured two French batteries.
TSINGTAU SOON TO BE OPENED.
TOKIO, November 25. Tsingtau will be opened for trade December 1.
Opposing political parties are attacking Japanese foreign policy of Premier
LONDON, November 25. Kitchener has Issued orders reserving all grown
cattle in England for supplying leather for British army.
Reported from Amsterdam that 'Germans have arrested 300 British sub-
jects in Brussels, and placed them in military detention.
Pay of officers German army, increased 25 per cent.
GREECE WILL DETAIN FOREIGNERS.
ATHENS, November 25. All male subjects of belligerent nations will be
detained here by orders of Greecian government.
BRITISH BOMBARD GERMAN POSITIONS.
LONDON, November 25. British monitor fleet yesterday bombarded Ger
man position along Belgian coast, driving invaders inland and destroy'nj
base they were establishing at Zee Brugge, twenty miles north-east of Ostend,
near Dutch border. Every point of military significance was shelled and a
number were destroyed. City is burning.
Berlin reports that English artillery thwarted all attempts of Germans
to advance to close quarters.
WE HAVE NO OLD CUNS FOR SAilE.
WASHINGTON, November 25. It has been decided by the government
not to sell discarded rifles during continuance of European war.
TURKISH CENSORSHIP DISCOURTEOUS.
NEW YORK, November 25. Turkish government forbids sending cable
messages or receiving them in code. Order makes no exception of diplomatic
representatives of neutral powers.
ROW STARTS OVER BASEBALL SERIES.
HONOLULU, November 25. Receipts of Saturday's and Sunday's base
ball games, attached by manager of Athletic Park, who claims promoter of
series broke contract. Matter will be aired in court.
COAST PEOPLE MARRIED IN HONOLULU.
Frank Howland and Rheta McDonald from Coast, married yesterday.
Groom formerly of Hilo.
JUDD TO SUCCEED HOSMER.
Chas. S. Judd, succeeds R. S. Hosmer as territorial forester. Comes
from federal forestry bureau in Oregon. Was at one time Land Commissioner
under Governor Frear.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ lttarktl Strttt, San Tranctste, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SCHEDULE
San Francisco Puget Sound
Manon Sept I
Matsonia Sept 9
Hiloninn Sept 10
Lurline Sept 15
Wilhelmina.. Sept 23
fManoa Sept 29
Hj-artes.-. Oct I
Matsonia Oct 7
Lurline Oct 13
Wilhelmina... Oct 21
Hilonian Oct 22
Manoa Oct 27
Matsonia Nov 4
Lurline Nov 10
IIyales Nov 12
Manoa Nov 24
Matsonia Dec 2
En lerprise . . . Dec 3
Lurline Dec 8
Wilhelmina... Dec 16
Manoa Dec 22
IIyaries Dec 24
Matsonia Dec 30
Sept 13 Sept 19
Oct 4 Oct 10
Oct 25 Oct 3t
Nov 15 Nov 21
Dec 6 Dec 12
Dec 27 Jan 2
Hnwallan Inlands Arrive Unv Un
Arrive Leave 8. P. IUJ. nil.
Sept 8 Sept 15 Sept 22 . 7
Sept 13 Sept 23 Oct 3 118.
Sept 15 Sept 23 Sept 29 9
.Sept 28 Oct 7 Oct 15 81
Sept 22 Sept 29 Oct 6 76
Sept 29 Oct 7 Oct 13 61
Oct 6 Oct 13 Oct 23 8
Oct 20 Oct 28 Nov 7 48
Oct 13 Oct 21 Oct 27 10
Oct 20 Oct 27 Nov 3 77
Oct 27 Nov 4 Nov 10 62
Nov 9 Nov 18 Nov 26 82
Nov 3 Nov 10 Nov 17 9
Nov 10 Nov 18 Nov 24 ii,
Nov 17 Nov 24 Dec I 78
Dec 1 Dec 9 Dec 19 49 . .
Nov 24 Dec 2 Dec 8 63
Dec 1 Dec 8 Dec 15 10
Dec 8 Dec 16 Dec 22 12
Dec 22 Dec 30 Jan 9 119
Dec 15 Dec 22 Dee 29 ' 79 '
Dec 22 Dec 30 Jan 5 64 ,
Dec 29 Jan 5 Jan 12 tl. .
Jan 12 Jan 20 Jan 30 50
Jan s Jan 13 Jau 19 13
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia. ....
S. S. Wilhelmina.
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Enterprise
S. S. Hyades
S. S. Hilonian
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahului.
on voy. 118 to Hilo Sirect.
on voy. 119 to all Ports via Puget
to all Hawaiian Ports via Puget
t MANOA on voy. 8 returns to S. F. via San Pedro. Arrives at San
Pedro Oct. 20 and leaves Oct. 21 for S. P. arriving Oct. 23.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles and freight
only (no passengers).
SUBIECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Sfime 5able-JCahutui Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913
5 33 3 30
5 23,3 20
5 2o.3 17
5 o 3 7
5 09 3 05
5 2 55!
4 52 2 47
4 5i2 46
4 45 2 4o
4 44 2 391
4 40 2 35
I 25 8 42
1 15 8 3
A.. Wailuku.. iJ
L" Spreck- A
a" elSTi"e Tl
L" Hauia- A
oi. Haiku -A
i lc 18
3 45 5 48
2 506 (Xi .OL-Kahului..A
3 006 10 2.5 A-ruunene-L
2. 5 6 22 3 15
0 12,3 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
o a c.,:.,i t-.,:., r t...,: ...:n 1 u.
days, at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connect
ing with the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
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 tlie ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. '
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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