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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1916.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From Page Five.)
WASHINGTON, September 18 Tariff ban is recommended by
Iondon board of trade, as economic readjustment for Allies commerce
bases. Would devide commerce into various parts. Great Britain and
Allies of Great Britain would pay smallest tariff. Friendly countries
would pay small tax. Unfriendly neutrals and enemies would pay
tariff amounting in some cases to 30 per cent.
CHICAGO, September 18 Bank in Chicago withstands run. In
stitution proves solvency in spite of heavy drain on recourses.
' NEW LONDON, September IS Submarine Bremen is reportedin
Long Island Sound. Fog makes it impossible to confirm rumour.
EL PASO, September 17 Villa at the head of 600 men strikes
swift blow, but is repulsed with heavy blows. General of the Car
ranza forces is wounded in the fight. Prisoners taken are instantly shot
by Carranza soldiers.
PARIS, September 17 Allies gain two miles over a six mile
rront. British fling great mass of men against German line, driving
'eutons back still more.
French also' report new advance...
Rumanians retreat while Italians victorious.
NEW LONDON, September 16 Agents for German under-sea
els are making elaborate preperations for reception of the sub
ie Bremen. Carloads of rubber are waiting for shipment on the
";n to Germany.
ORFOLK, September 17 American warships insist they heard
rence of wireless messages between British cruisers telling of the
g of the German submarine Bremen, on August 2nd. RejMjrt is
1 by Germans.
UONG BRANCH, September 17 -The death of the only sister of
the President is great blow to him. Political engagements for several
days have been cancelled. President will leave the capitol today to at
LONDON, September 17 Teuton submarines are busy once more.
Three British and two French vessels are destroyed.
ATHENS, September 17 Constantine forms new Greek cabinet.
M. Nicholas Kalogeropoulos accepts the post of prime minister.
TOKIO, September 17 Japanese ambassador leaves for Washing
ton. Amiro Sato will explain to the United States government Japanese
, demand on China. Prince Kanin, special envoy to Czar, arrives at
rbin in special train.
0. HONOLULU, September 16 For the fourth time in as many
years the Healani Yacht & Boat Club ran away with the main annual
' Kegatta Day events.
, Both of the Healani crews finished strong. The freshmen excelled
Puhnnselves by not only winning from their two competitors by 25
lengths, but beating the senior's time by 2 1-6 seconds.
In the senior race Healani won in 11 minutes 50 3-5 seconds,
crossing the line more than a boat-length ahead of the Myrtle Boat Club,
which took second place. Hilo was third and Honolulu fourth.
Hilo was two lengths behind the Myrtles and the Honolulu two
lengths back of the lads from the Crescent City.
In the womens' six-oared race, Kanalu was first and Punalu sec
ond.! NEW LONDON, September 16 The only sister of President
"Wilson died here today.
NEW YORK, September 16 All efforts to gain mediation in the
street car strike have failed. A general strike has been ordered.
TOKIO, September 16 Cholera has broken out in many divisions
of the fleet. One sailor who returned from ashore has died.
HONOLULU, September 16 Maui wins Ho 9 1-4 to 4 1-4. Jay
Gould played with the losers . He proves to be the star of the day.
Society out in full force.
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early history and praises hospility of people, in his last story in the
HONOLULU, September 16 People of Maui are given first
chance to express views in Inter-Island tariff hearing. Attorney Olsch
for Inter-Island Company says company is not on the defensive.
Ouestion will be discussed again.
Coconut logs cast in lava cement by Honolulu sculptor, Gordon
Olirirn lirwtiirf n nnt wnrL ilint ic nnctril it v rlnrnnfiv In tlif f-vp
They will be used in decoration arches.
Price of flour again increases, but with each advance grocers of
Honolulu trim their margins closer.
Policeman Robert Stanley Kanelii has been suspended for assaul
on an inoffending soldier, whom he brutally abused. When Joseph
Sheeby intervenes on behalf of soldier, he is also beaten by the of-
'cer. . . .v
.- LONDON, September 16 British make another tremendous
advance in France. They break through .German third line in one
place, capturing three imiortant towns, rrench continue their battle
in circling movement. Allies are winning everywhere.
Grandson of Charles Dickens, Major Cederic Dickens, was killed
last week in France.
NEW YORK, September 16 Great strike will effect 8000 more
Central Federation has decided to call out its members on Monday
in effort to secure mediation for the car men. Numerous outbreaks
have been made against non-unionists. Subway and elevators lines of
New York City are almost running on scheduled time, but surface
roads crippled seriously.
LONDON, September 16 American trade secrets are being guard
ed. Lloyd George declares that Great Britain has no ulterior in exam
MARS1IFIELD, September 16 Steamer Congress is now oniy
k of steel. Everything burnable was destroyed by the lire at sea.
OME, September 16 Austrian sea plane bases are a menace
. air raids are to destroy this means of attack by the enemy
.WASHINGTON, September 16 Monster warship, Arizona, the
.-dreadnaught built by the government, will be commissioned next
i.ONDON, September 16 With serious and determined charges
it.ish this afternoon broke German third line defensive on Somme
', They captured village of Fleur, two miles north of Ginchy, and gained
outskirts of Martinpuch, mile and a half east of Pozieres. Returning
their attack on the Somme line today and opening vigorous offensives
British troop charged on sector 0 miles long, over this land they advan
ced from 2000 to3(XXX) yards and this afternoon advanced continuous
Iy. British also captured 1000 yards of German trenches southeast of
PARIS. September 16 ;North of the Somme today the French
won an imiortant victory, lhey captured series of German trenches
advancing as far as Rancourt. Two German attacks on Verdun were
A series of successes on Macedonia front have been won in the
la.-t twenty-four hours.
BERLIN, September 16 Vossische Zeitung says that wives and
children of officers of 4th Greek army are being transported to Germany
.nun Kavala to prevent starving ot the by Allies. 11ns corp was
u off from communication with Athens and Allies forces.
HONOLULU, September 16 Territory may bond employees on
wn account. Suggestion made that legislature authorize another use
insurance fund, hederal charges are said to be smaller.
Investigation of rates brings to light fact that demands strong
lion. Inttr-lsland monoujly scored by Maui citizens in hot com
nt. A decided protest to the proposed rates was made to the ulitility
mission. Maui Chamber of Commerce sends delegation to Hon
Hearing in progress this afternoon. Objection of Parker's
manager also expected.
iVilliam Sjfncer, police officer at Pearl City, arrested for extort
ifteen dollars from Japanese fisherman for fishing on Sunday
e called to attention of city attorney by Oahu Sugar Company.
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