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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915.
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LOSS. DUT YOU CAN'T HAVE VALUABLE PAPERS INSURED AND
OFTEN TIMES THEY ARE WORTH MORE TO YOU THAN ALL OF THF
CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME.
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DEEDS. MORTGAGES. ETC., AND YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THEM
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LONDON, September 9. Heavy fighting on Gallipoli peninsula
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again, according to rciorts received, vines nave maue progiess on om
va Bay front.
SCRANTON, l'a., September 9. Four coal miners have been tak
en from mine where they were entombed.
LONDON", September 9. England was invaded last night by a
fleet of German dirigibles. These swept over eastern counties of Lon
don district, dropping many bombs. Several fires started, but no cas
ualties reported. London has been warned by a dispatch from Ams
terdam. Raid made Tuesday night proved one of the most destructive.
Ten persons killed.
German note on the sinking of the Arabic is ready, according to
dispatches from Berlin. The note will say that vessel was sunk in self
defense. Regret loss of lives of two Americans, and offers to submit
question to the Hague. It is believed that von Terpitz will quit.
'HONOLULU, September 8. Stone of the Great Northern here to
get freight for his steamer.
The following cablegram from official German source received :
"According to reort German submarine which met German U27 on
sea on Aug. 27, says the latter sank small British cruiser off Hebrides
Islands on August 10. As the U27 did not return, she has been given
up as lost. A German submarine, trying to slop in the Bristol channel
an English passenger, steamer on August 18, was fired at by guns from
BROWNSVILLE, September 8. The war department will give
officers along Mexican border command over civilians in territory along
TOKIO, September 8. The navy department will allow but
$3,000,000 for navy this year. The armored cruiser Asama has arrived
safely at Canadian port where she is being repaired. The emperor will
leave here November 6 for Kioto.
WASHINGTON, September 8. Good prospects of a billion bushel
crop of wheat.
QUEENSTOWN, September 8. It has been established that an
American was killed on the Hesperian, lie was a seaman named Wolff.
PETROGRAD, September 8. The Czar has virtually removed in
disfavor the commander in chief of the Russian army, and has himself
taken the supreme command. The Grand Duke has been ordered by
the Czar to take command of the armies in the Caucasus, a relatively
small and unimportant post.
LONDON, September 8. German air raid made in force last night
along the east coast of England killed ten, wounded forty-eight.
NEW YORK, September 8. Passengers arriving here from Italy
say a million copies of Hale's "Man Without a Country" have been
given to Italian soldiers.
PARIS, September 8. Violent artillery duel around Souchez, Roye
and other points on west front continues today. Allies have sent fleet
of airships which are bombarding Ostend in effort to destroy German
PETROGRAD, September 8. Weather conditions along east front
arc favorable to Russians. IIeay rains render the roads almost impass
able to artillery.
Sheriff Jarrett goes to Hilo today to take up volcano road trouble.
Chinese arrested for smuggling jewels from steamer Siberia.
Treasurer of Mountain King Mining Company is here for investi
gation of Standard Oil tank accident. lie reports the mining company
to be in splendid shape. No more assessments.
LONDON, September 8 Fierce fighting in two regions of eastern
front. Success claimed by Russians. Reported Czar is at front. Big
battle in Tripet marshes. Petrograd dispatches indicates victory for
Russians. Russians hold own at Riga. Dvinsk and Vilria believed safe
unless enemy brings reinforcements. Von Bulow exhorted army to
make Riga it's winter headquarters. River on eastern front now at
flood stage. The attack on the Hesperian was engineered by von
Terpitz, it is rumored, to bring to climax issue between grand admiral
and government. Official casualty list 17.
ROME, September 8 War in the southern zone developing acti
vity, fighting reported on Austro-Montenegran line for first time in
months. Austrians said to have suffered heavy losses.
LA LIBERTAD, Septemlxr 8 Gustania shaken by severe tremor
yesterday extending to Salvador. At Jutiapa, houses of 13,000 people
PARIS, September 8 German line subjected to heavy fire from
British channel monitors and bombs from dirigibles. French air squa
dron invaded Germany and inflicted heavy damage against military
works in Fnedburg and Baden. French dirigibles delivered attack
against railroad positions at Terrone. French air squadron inflicted
material damage to railroad station and military establishment at Fried
burg, All coast defenses in Belgium raided by Allies.
LONDON, September 8 German Zepellin carried out last night
on English east coast. Bombs caused a number of fires and casualties.
Number killed not known.
HONOLULU, Septemlier 7 It is believed that the Irwin site meets
the approval of secretary Newton who is non-coinmital.
WASHINGTON, September 7 It is believed by department of
commerce and labor officials that a large propotion of foreign ships
built under the American flag are exempt from important provisions of
new seamen's bill.
The International News Service sends to press the following: "Ger
many has admitted that she has grieviously wronged America in matter
of submarine warfare. Promise that the life of not one American
should be, in future, endangered by undersea boats. In other words,
that not one American should go overboard. Does not disavow Lusita
SAN FRANCISCO, September 7 Prominent Japanese returning
from Hawaii says more Japanese are oppressed the more they will
PARIS, Septemlxr 7 With Russian military disaster following
disaster, Czar Nicholas has taken supreme command of armies. News
officially communicated from Czar to President l'oiucaire. Indications
that the Grand duke will hold much less autocratic sway over army.
LONDON, September 7 Daily developing indications that Ger
mans needs possession of Riga to establish main winter quarters in con-
juction with occupation of Warsaw, has clarified question of immediate
objective, sustained drive that continued after the fall of Warsaw. It
has relieved fears that the Germans would attempt to take Petrogrgl
befor winter closed down.
Von Ilindenberg meets with much difficulty in attempting to re
move troops to attack Riga. So far has been unable to bridge Devina
river, current of stream being too swift, and Russian artillery fire so
concentrated. Each time he tried to throw troops across, Germans
were halted for several days.
BERLIN, German admiralty announces the sinking of a small cru
iser by submarine U 27. Submarine has not since reported and proba
PORTLAND, Me., September 7 $80,000, arrived today by the
British cruiser Argyle, and is being moved to New York by armored
train. Will be used to strengthen British credit in the United States
in placing of war orders.
HONOLULU, September 7 Reported that I Till steamer is anxious
to come on the Honolulu run. General manager of the company due
The Sierra goes on the Australian run with departures every three
Assistant secretary ofthe treasury Newton, is here from Washing
ton to select site for federal building.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 7. Taft addressed the Common
wealth Club yesterday, and denounced Wilson's Philippine and Mexi
can policy. Broke long silence, and declared Governor Harrison knows
neither Islands nor the people. Watchful waiting policy nas been detri
mental to the people, and has dragged to disadvantage of all concerned.
Democratic leaders ate surprised at Taft's utterances
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ Warket Street, San Trancisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER
Steamer T b.T.
Hilonian fc8 July 1
"Enterprise. .125 July 3
Manoa 18 July 6
Matsonia.... 20 July 14
tLurline 8C July 20
Hyades D5 July 22
Wilhelmina.. 72 July 28
Enterprise.. 126 July 31
Manoa 19 Auk. 3
Matsonia.... 21 Aug. 11
Hilonian. . . 89 Aug. 11
ILmline 87 Aug. 17
Wilhrlmina. . 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...l28 Sept. 25
Manoa 21 Sept. 28
PUCBT MOLND Hawaiian Islands ArrtT
Arrire Lear Arrtra ' L 8. P.
July 4 .Tuly 10 July 19
.-. July 27
July 25 July 31 Aug. 10
SAug.. 21 Aug. 30
fSept. 11 Sept. 21
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... Sept. 28
Sept. 26 Oct.
PORTS OF. CALL.
S. S. Matsonia )
S. S. Wilhelmina To Honolul and Hilo.
S. S. Manoa j
S. S. Lurline f To IIonolulu ana" Kahului.
S. S. Hilonian.
S. S. Hyades.
5. S. Enterprise.
To all Hawaiian Porta Yia
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.
Indicates that steamer carries livestock from Puget Sound to Hono
lulu and Hawaiian Ports.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Uime dable3(ciliului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
Tlit following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
U" Spreck- "A
a" elSTille Tl
L" Hauia- "A
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
6 40 8 50
b so o 00
2 50G 00
. 0 L..Kahului..A' 2. 5
3 00G 10 2.5 A..I,uunene..L
6 223 15
0 6 12 3 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays.
at 5:30 a. in., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. in. 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 the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other information Bee Local Passenger Tariff I. C C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. '
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