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ttie maui Sews, Friday, September is, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Conlimiril Frrini Paso 3.)
LONDON, Scptemher 11 German steamer lnings big prize.
Lomme, which liail been sunk, brings $190,500 at public auction.
PARIS, September 11 French will guard British graves in north-
Mrs. Gladys Mce and daughter are stowawavs on Venturia. Mrs.
M'c is daughter of Dr. Schurmau. Father fcfused assistance when
wired to by captain. Passengers put up purse and gave the' woman some
tnunev Willi winch to land here.
. Forbes outlines plans to utility commission to amend freight land
ing. Commerce of future cannot be neglected, he says.
PARIS, Sept. 1-1 French drive west deep into flank of Teu
lonns, in a series of night attacks and force Germans from positions
north of Sommc, cutting communications with north.
BERLIN, September 14 Press of Germany is attacking Ambas
sador Gerard. They declare ambassador is working busily in the in
terests of Great Britain.
WASHINGTON, September 13 America is not at all satisfied
with all Japan says about "oj ui door." Assurance is givtn to Ambas
sador Guthrie that the Mik:. is not seeking to cNploit China. This
must be proven by developments. State department fears that ln.'hinJ
tloud of diplomacy rests quality likely to threaten integrity of Orincfu!
WASHINGTON. September 13 Governor-General Harrison
claims that the British have violated American neutrality in the Philip-
inc. waters. British torpedo boat slopped steamer Cobo.
PARIS September 12 Movements of the Allied armies in the
Balkans shows apparent plan to be a closing in of gigantic jaws of
Teutons and Bulgars, along line of Austrian frontier to Constantinople.
Paris papers say officially that Bulgars have evacuated all forts along
Greek sva coast, back of Kazala and the fort of Kazala itself.
'mviicIi and British captured another village. They crossed river
and sew 1 Bulgarian prisoners on east lank and now arc consolidating
LONDON, September 12 Agreat army in Macedonia defeated
Bulgars with enormous lossis. The battle lasted 36 hours, after which
the Bulgars drew away in (light with Allies pursuing them.
PETROGKAD, September 12 Several heights near Bukovino
bord.r taken and held. At Kapul Mis. an important position is captur
ed with thousands of prisoners.
BERLIN, September 12 Crown Vrincc of Bavaria placed in com
mand of German troops on Sommc front. Reports from Bremen say
that another submarine, similar to the other freight carrying submarine
which reached America, will depart for the LTnited States at end of
this month. Say only "God knows" when Bremen will reach states.
HONOLULU, September 12 New income and inheritance tax
provisions here. Administration is hot on the trail of revenue.
New hotel deal not decided on is latest report.
More than 80 book passage for civic convention.
Collector Franklin received cable this morning instructing sale of
Mahuku site in 00 clays. He cabled back to be permitted to sell it in
j 39 days, as he is planning to go to the coast.
HONOLULU, September 12 Lessees cannot stop Manoa project
is forecast by city attorney. When the board of supervisors hold its
next meeting the matter will be considered.
James Jump says Hawaii fishing leads worl'dssport. He writes
a booklet on the Hawaiian sport.
Bookings for Ililo are about closed. Secretary Brown will have
lists completed by tonight.
Another educator has been brought here for the Y. M. C. A.
T.. Rawson will be instructor in mathematics.
OAKLAND, September 12 Republican victory in Maine
Bourbons lose their Governor and seniors in bitter contest. Three out
of four representatives go down to defeat, and four candidates have
probably been defeaed. Plurality for head of ticket is 13,000.
"As Maine goes so country goes", say victors.- Republicans all over
country enthusiastic and confidential.
LONDON, September 12 Greek cabinet has collapsed and war
spirit reigns. Premier Vcnizcllos' party is reported to be gaining upper
PARIS, September 12 Serbians have -also launched an attack
which is terrific. Rumanians force Austrians to continue retreat in
OULBLC, September 12 Eleven workers have been found to
have been killed in bridge accident on St. Lawrence river. Loss estim
ated at $700,000.
CHICAGO, September 12 Bourbons will open campaign for
PARIS. September 12 Italy decides she will adopt black list
similiar to that of the British.
QUEBEC, Septebmer 11 Second tragic disaster came today in
construction of new great bridge over the St. Lawrence river from
Quebec to the other side of the shore. Largest suspension bridge in
world. New center span just being brought to completion collapsed
and struct to of iron and steel tell into St. Lawrence river. D.sasler
occurred wh'ie great span was being hoisted into place. Ninety men
working on the support to Ihr bridge were hurled into river with mass
of metal. It is believed that -t least 25 of the men lost their lives
Civil engineers who made insi action of crumpled mass doubt whether
it can be raised.
NEW YORK, September 11 Traffic on the street car lines
virtually tied up now and aspect is serious. President Gompers arrived
today. lie declined to talk for publication.
1 'A Kits, ticptcmlicr 11 Allies have won important victory in
Macedonia in the last two days. They have crossed Struma river and
gained foothold on eastern side.
HOLLAND, September 11 Norwegian steamer Lindberg bound
from London for Rotterdam was sunk by submarine after being strip
ed of all copper.
PARIS, September 11 Germans have made many attacks at the
Somnie, but we."e repulsed.
ROME, September 11 Italians take important position at Leno
HONOLULU, September 11 A great ceremony marks Manoa
improvement project opening.
All races will now be admitted to Kamehameha schools. But
preference will still be given to those of Hawaiian blood. Acommoo
dations is the only other prohibition. Trustees, attorneys and judge
say not against any trust provision.
HONOLULU, September 11 Band will start improvement work
Nickel plated pick and shovel will be used today in opening of Manoa
Elephant displaces polo as Kapiolani attraction. Good natured
elephant center of attraction to little folks who visit park. Crowd of
youngsters ride broad back.
Famous old Wilder homstead on Pensacola street will be subdivid
ed and sold lor building lots
Kakaako Club bouse for residents of that district will be opened
PARIS, September 11 Rumanians reported to have lost fortress
of Silistria, while raimnji heavy and successful blows on Austrians in
Transylvania. French and British report minor fighting on Sommc
but Berlin claims repulses.
NEW OKK, September 11 .More than a quarter ot million
workers decide to cast their lot with street car men who are on strike
now. H utre croud applauds final decision. Police department of New
York redoubled in its effort to avoid any further clashes of strikers
"STOCKHOLM. September 11 Russians are forced to economize
in their meat supply. Orders have been issued fo that effect.
LONDON. ScptemUr ll--iicrmans are practising care nil econo
my. Even the soldiers are forced to present bread tickets.
TOKIO, September 11 Envoy General Prince Kanin goes to pay
visit to Rus.Man ruler.
September 11 Greeks consider ioinimr Entente
Premier holds conference with ministers of Allies on subject.
COPENHAGEN, September 11 Report reached here yesterday
that huge German aerodrome has been destroyed by fire near Frankfort.
BERLIN, September 11 Major Moraht estimates that Rumanian
losses are about 80.000.
PITTSBURG. September 11 T wo masked men entered office of
Pittsburg Copper Company and took payroll.
HONOLULU, September 10 Oahu won polo game from Maui
Score 8 1-2 to 7.
Commissions in new army reserve now await applicants. Tests
to be held by board recently appointed by department commander.
Men with special training wanted.
Ships at sea will receive weather advices. Government enters in
to arrangement with army and navy for service.
PARIS, September 1C Russians and Rumanians deliver smash
ing blows. Most decisive gains are those effecting outposts of Lem-
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;ici,i;. nuMiMii comnianucr is driven hack trom one point to another,
until the Galician capital seems doomed. Victories am mrr.tvi.J
y Rumanians. Turks are fighting in Carpathians
LONDON, Scplenit er 10 I ranco-Rritish force make hiir crnin
on west front. British take Ginchv aaill. Also r.mtnri'rl trrnm-wl f.
south as far as Boise. Circle of stcil is now drawn amim.l fV.ni.
Ics. Hundreds of miles of front is wrenched from Prussians.
PORTLAND, September 10 Political campain has ciosed in
lame. J.otli parties claim victory.
NEW LONDON, September 10 Peace along border annoys
ommission. General is sent to formulate n ans.
BRUNSWICK, September 10 Hughes says shinninir 'measure
means disaster to shipping interest in Maine.
MOUHOLM. September 10 Pctrograd releases captured
steamer. Russian submarine commander w ill be severely punished for
seizing German steamer in territorial waters of Sweden".
NEW ORK, September 10 Street car strike is spreading mind
ly. One strike beaker has been fatally wounded.
It has been discovered that mosquitoes carrv dreaded rrrm of
NEW LONDON, September 10 Mrs. A nnie Howe, onlv ckIi r
,,f Ir..t;,l,.( w;it-...i :. :n 1 i i. . J
PETRGRAD, September 9 Tremendous fighting in progress in
Carpathian Mountains and Transyvania. In Carpathians the Russi-
a series of heights, taking 500 prisoners and several big
-The forces of the Central Powers in the
the crude endorsed by
Lieut. Bryan, a U. S.
Government Expert on
motor cylinder lubrica
tion, in his statement be
fore the American Soci
ety of Naval Engineers.
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ike Standard OilforHofor Cars
Sold by denlers everywhere and
at all Service Stations of the
Standard Oil Company
BERLIN, September 9-
Carpathian Mountains hae yeildcd under German pressurs.
j-,w.iwii, oiihiiiiijii v vicrman irencn in name iots region
captured today. In Macedonia heavy artillery duel is taking place.
Lnemy battery on Struma front has been silenced by Allies artillery.
PARIS, September 9 French made further gains south of the
liver Somme today. German attack at Verdun is reported. Serbians
are taking the offensive in the' region of Ostrovo, capturing heights
west of Lake.
HONOLULU, September 9 Kauai Japanese murderer holds
off armed posse, after fourteen months in remote Kalalau valley.
He was trailed down. He defied police and a battle is exnectrd.
New revenue law is a real victory for temperance, as it increases
axes on wine. High proof liquor has to pay more than before, accord
ing to one of the amendments.
Ireasurer Conklin believes 5 per cent is too much to oav on citv
Manger Carter of Parker ranch refuses to shin cattle on Sund.iv.
He objects to his men working on that day.
lily 1 AoU, September V 1 have no animosity against Gringoes.
Our sole interest is to punish the traitors and Carranza." savs Villa in
an address before a large crowd. Report was brought here by Amer
icans arriving today from Mexico.
HONOLULU, September 9 Retaliation law repeals certain taxes
Stamps on all documents are not necessary, beginning today. Will
save Hawaii $30,000 annually. Tobacco probably exempt, but wines
and cordials are still taxed.
Musketry school has been opened by General Evans at Schofield
Barracks. Militiamen will be given same training at Fort Sill.
Eastern state railroad rates are under survey. Inter-state Comm
erce Commission will act.
General Johnson will cruise with naval militia, when they leave
for a two weeks trip on next Thursday.
LONDON, September 9 Russo-Rumanians and Teutons in
fk rce battle. Germans and Bulgars fall upon rear of Rumanian army
to relieve pressure against Austria, while Russians march southward
to their Balkan Allies. Battle front is seventy miles long.
ATLANTIC, CITY September 9 President says woman's suff
i ige will soon come. He says he will light with suffragists and not
against them. Delegates to annual convention make demonstration in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Thev seem to have forfoiien th.it
Wilson did not support bill when last presented.
WASHINGTON, September 9 Passage of the new revenue
bill with retaliation clause considered by Democrats as victory for
President. Wilson says legislation is good and signs measure to ex
pedite adjournment. He rc.-ents Republican charge of congressional
COPENHAGEN, September 9 Sale of West Indies seems hope
less. Members of parlimcnt cannot agree.
LONDON, September 9 Two British ships have been sunk.
Crew of one is saved but that of the second ship was lost.
CHICAGO, September 9 Bakers wants the price of bread raised
to ten cents a loaf.
WASHINGTON, September 9 Annual wheat crop greatly re
duced on account of heavy storms and floods.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 9 Wife of Dayton Carter, form-e-ly
of Hilo,,has taken the life of herself and husband, because she did
not want him to go to sea. She turned on the gas in a bedroom and
both werefounddead. Carter had planned to go sea in order to earn
WASHINGTON, September 8 Congress passes retaliation bill
and closes session. Partly lines raised over expenditures. Democrats
of House defend administration from charge of extravagance. Pres
dent points out helpful legislation. Railroad dispute is likely to come
up when congress reassembles after election.
LONDON, September 8 Bulgars and Germans invading eastern
Rumania captured fortress of Dobric and seaport Baltjik Kavama
and Kliakra. These are on the Black Sea, just above the Rumanian
PETROGRAD, September 8 Russians have succeeded in cross
ing Dvina river, north of Dvinsk, and though repeatedly attacked by
Germans have held their positions.
PARIS, September 8 Repeated German assaults to recapture
ground lost during the past few days on Somme front repulsed.
French are everywhere" holding strongly.
LONDON, September 8 British troops southwest of Lille today
raided German trenches south-east of Guinchy, indicting severe losses.
BERLIN, September 8 Heavy lighting between German and
I" t ench infantry yesterday south of Somme river. French repulsed
with great loss at every point except west of Bemy, where portion of
trenches remain in French hands
HONOLULU, September S W delegates are listed for trip to
llilo. Ad Club bads in representation, and Chamber of commerce
next. List shows Oahu well represented. Delegates not booked must
hurry as unsold reserv ations will be returned.
Pinkham is not asked to speak at big meeting, but be will be wel-
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Kiiiiiu .iiiu may uiik it ne wants, savs democratic chairman.
No trace of Japanese who escaped from quarantine station.
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Splendid House lots of all sizes at the old Wells Park site
in Wailuku, are now ready for sale.
Prices and terms are reasonahle. P.lue print maps and other
particulars supplied to applicants on paying 10 cents Postage
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Surveyor'and Land Dealer WAILUKU, MAUI