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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.SATURDAY. APRIL 0, 19J0
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Two of Paia?s Best Young
People Are United.
.On'o of the prettiest weddings war
sinn on Mnlii took plnce at the
homo of Mr. und Mrs. Snnmol E.
Taylor, on Saturday evening, April
. 2nd, when Miss Etti.e P. Taylor was
united in"1 marringo to Mr. Elmer
Russol Biyens.'of Puia, Maui.
Promptly at a quarter of eight, to
" the beautiful strains of Mendelssohns
Wedding March played on the piano
by" Mrs. H. A. Baldwin.
The wedding parly marched on
to tho spacious lanai of the Taylor
residence. The groom was aceom
"imnied by his' best man, Mr. Alfred
S. Taylor, a brother of the bride to
be, followed by Rev. Cannon Ault
.entered first then came the very
' pretty bridesmaid, Miss Maybelle
; E. Taylor with the dainty little
-ilower girl, Myrtle E. Taylor, iKith
arrayed hi pink and looking lovely,
Miss Maybcllo carrying a bouquet
' of beautiful I -a France roses and
My tie, a basket of pink carnations
and maiden hair fern, next the
maid of honor gowned in a beautiful
ly.embroidored white dress carrying
n -bouquet of light pink roses and
maiden hair fern, then the bride,
" who looked very winsome and sweet
nHier beautiful white gown of liber-.
'' ty'satin carrying a shower bouquet
' of white roses, violets and maiden
" li'air fern entered on tho anrrof her
fttthor, Under an. Immense- wed
di'mr bell of beautiful white carna-
tiohs "and ferns, the happy couple
' stood and were joined together in
.The lanai was certainly a most
beautiful picture. Under tho artis
fe, maHagoment of Mrs. II. A.
Baldwin, tho place was changed
with a bower of beauty. In the
corner whero tho bridal party stood
were banked beautiful ' ferns with
pillars of calla lillies and asparagus
fern. Suspended from the wedding
bell -Averc streamers of white tulle.
White marguerites, pink carnations
- and roses with pink and green lan
. terns were used, also immense
baskets of. maiden hair fern were
suspended from the ceiling. A
beautiful" orchid hung over the
. piano and callus and palms were
Veeen all through the room.
'L The dining room was very pretty
in the Mexican creeper ferns and the
sideboad banked with pink bigonias.
The parlor was decorated in roses,
callas and maiden hair fern. Many
beautiful gifts were sent to the
young couple. One largo tablo was
full of beatiful silver, another of
elegant cut glass, ono of linen, one
of. beautiful china, while another
l.vnlv vnsns. eiiliibaslieSi lamns.
and other gifts. A number of pieces
in brass, also two fine rugs and
furniture wero also seen; showing
the popularity of tho young couple.
Owing to tho very stormy weather
many of tho guests were kept away,
but thero was a goodly gathering to
Wish tho young couple happiness
and prosperity. Mrs. II. A. Bald
win favored tho company with the
spring song, solo, piano and gra
phaphone; and Mr, Ault delighted
everyone with two beautiful solos.
Delicious refreshments of ice cream,
sherbet, cake and lemonade wero
served after which tho iloor was
cleared for dancig and a jolly time
u-ns amoved by all.
Tn tlin honk presented to tho
bride. by Mr. Ault, all signed their
nniiiis. Tho hannv couple were
cimnlv wlmwuied with rice and if
good wishes will help them, they
certainly received them. Tho beauti-
lit Uv Mrs. ftthvin
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Paris of Honolulu, and tho lxiuquets
by Mrs. II. A. Baldwin and Mrs.
Paris. May all the prosperity go
with tho young couplo.
The News extends its best wishes
to the young couple, and wishes
Site Selected and Sanitarium
The Board of Supervisors mot
Wednesday at the usual hour with
ail members present.
After the reading of the minutes
which were approved communica
tions were taken up.
A letter was read relative to the
road hum at Kahakuloa by a dis
satisfied resident of that valley.
Tho letter will be considered with
tho petition from tho same place.
J)octor Hays of Molokai wroto of
tho need of a cottage near the hos
pital and suggested certain changes
in the plttns of that proposed in
stitution. Inspector of schools Clias, E.
King wrote tho board of the need
of changes" in the Wailu'ku school
building in order to relieve the
The minor changes were ordered
done by the district overseer. The
matter of taking out the toilets and
installation of new ones above the
school house will be done later as
the expense will amount to con
siderable. Dr. Osmers wrote of treating an
indigent Korean of Hana. He alEo
reported the fact that the mutter on
purchasing instruments for Malu-'
lani Hospital is now in the hands
of the hospital staff. -
A number of reports from various
oflicers were filed. Fish and food
inspector W. E. K. Maikai report
ed all restaurants and poi shops in
Fish, and food inspector Chas.
Makekau jeported that during tho
month-he had inspected, 105034
Doctor Burt reported that there
are no new cases of typhoid during
the month but that two new tuber
cular cases had developed which
should be sent to the Kula Home.
He reported that tho rats in and
about the wharf should bo exter
Doctor McConltey reported that
there are no cases of typhoid nor
any othercontagious disease except
The roport of Doctor Win. Osmers
showed he Imd treated twelvo pris
oners and had performed three
The roport of the Mtiulam Hos
pital showed that the expense of
maintaning that institution for the
month was i?4S7,99.
Action on the report of the special
committee of the Malulani Hospital
The committee on public im
provements asked for more time on
tho matter of lighting the townB of
Wailuku and Kahului.
Examiner of chauffeurs E. F.
Doinert reported that ho had grant
ed three liconses during tho month.
The reports of road overseers were
read and filed.
The matter of claim demands
was taken up Thursday.
No matter of greater importance
has been considered by tho Board
for along time than the- establish
ment of a homo for tubercular
patients in Kula. The lumber and
iron went up Tuesday of this week
and the homo will be occupied by
tho 1st of May.
The public does not realize the
greainumbet-of patients who suffer
from this disease and the appall
ing number of deaths which occur
annually from this Uroau clisease.
To Doctor W. F. McConltoy and
chairman V. F, Pogue is duo tho
Pulled off the Reef Wednesday
T)ie schooner M. Turner, whioh
was reported on the reef near the
end of the breakwater at Kahului
last Friday, is now safe at anchor
jn Kahului harbor.
She was pulled oil Wednesday
morning and towed into port where
she is taking in but littlp water.
All' of her cargo as far as can be
seen, except three hundred bags of
fertilizers, which was thrown over
board to lighten nef, was saved.
On Friday afternoon, at 2:80
oiclock, the first boat was, lowered.
James Ryan got into it, buUafter a
short time a hugo wave overturned
the boat and he' was thrown into the
sea. He could bo plainly seen by
those on shore, who thought he
would be drowned. He was a good
swimmer however, and managed to
swim back to the boat and was res
cued by his mates on board, who
threw him aiine.
The boat was righted and lie
again got into the boat and bailed
A second attempt vas then made
at 4 : 30 o'clock and nine men got
intov,Mie boat and succeeded in mak
ing shore in safety, whore by order
of Superintendent J. N. S. Williams,
of the Kahului Railroad Company,
the men were cared for at "the Ka-j
hului Club Hotel. , . . . !
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Captain John Lapping, the first
mate and the ship's carpenter re
mained aboard.and did not abandon
the ship until Sunday morning.
Capt. Parker and the K. R. R.
Co.'s staff did everything possible
to render assistance to the schooner.
On Sunday, tho sea being very
rough and the captain and the crew
canio ashore and reporting that the
ship was making two inches per
minute, and liable to go to pieces at
any time, nothing was done except
to watch the vessel and watch how
The ship's boat being stove in the
Kahului Railroad Company loaned
a boat to tho crew by which they
got off their porsonal effects, which
they succeeded in doing even to the
rescuing of the ship's cat.
On Monday morning early, the
weather having moderated consider
ably the superintendent of tho rail
road accompanied by tho pilot and
the boat's ercw went out to the ship
and got on board and thoroughly
examined everything and finding
the statement given to be incorrect
decided then and there to lighten
the ship by taking off the cargo in
lighters and with the aid of the U. S.
S. Thetis endeavor to pull tho ship
off after she was lightened.
John Makahior tho wharf fore
man of the Kahului Railroad com
pany with a gang of men went out
with a lighter and got to work at
once. Jn too meanwhile the super
intendent of tho railroad boarded
tho U. .S S. Thetis and arrange
ments were made with Captain Pope
to get a towing lino' to the schooner.
A largo steel hawser was borrow
ed from Captain Nickerson of tho
W. F. Frye and this was bent on to
a ten inch hawser belonging to the
Thetis and by aid of tho Leslio
Baldwin, tho line was taken aboard
the schooner and made fast.
Tho strain put upon tho lino by
tho Thetis in addition to tho lighten
ing of the vessel enabled Cuptain
Parker, who was on board tho
schooner to heavo upon tho anchor
chains and in this way one hundred
and twenty feet, was gained on Mon
Breaks All Its Previous
A visit to Puunone on Monday,
of this week, gayo an opportunity
to seo tho wonderful work that is
being accomplished at that, great
center of industry on Maui, ,
The carpenter shop adjacent to
the null is equipped with planers
and saws of many kinds suitable to
tho economical and quick .accom
plishment of that class of "work in
wood that may be required on the
The machine shop is capable of
turning out all kinds of machinery
from the deljcato parts to heavy
rollers for crushing cane.
A four- section evaporator is now
being built which is by far tho
largest in the world. Three hun
dred and fifty tons of metal is used
in tho construction, and twenty
two thousand feet of heating sur
face is provided in ono evaporator.
This is tho first instance of an
evaporator being built by a plan
tation in its own machine shop. .
There aro 10.G00 copper tubes in
these evaporators. The whole set
is operated and controlled by one
Tho evaporator was designed by
Superintendent W. Searby of the
Puuneno Mill and Mr. Hall of Cat
lop, Noill-tfc Co.'of Honolulu.
The mill is doing excellent work
this year and had bagged 3fi,070
tons of sugar by Monday noon.
During the month of March G8,-
756 tons of cane were ground, or
an average Of 10734 tons l)er hour.
During this month they bagged
9G88 tons of sugar. For tho week
ending-March 2Gth, 20G8 tons jjf
sugar wore bagged.
On April 4th, the mill had man-
ufactureU 37,251 tons of sugar.
Tho Thetis remaided fast to the
Turner all night and on Tuesday the
same course was pursued when an
other sixty feet wcrcgained. OnTues
day evening the windsprung up and
the sea became rough, so that "the
last lighter had to bo taken from the
schooner's side through tho breakers
by the Leslis Baldwin. This was a
very risk' manouveri which requir
ed nerve and judgment. The Thetis
had to slip its lines and put out to
sea, as it was so rough. 1
The next morning the Leslie
Baldwin went out early with the
superintendent of the railroad and
the pilot. As it was high tido it
was seen that the schooner was
The captain of the schooner with
his boat's crew left ins vessel to get
tho Intrepid, which had arrived tho
night before. In the meanwhile tho
Leslio Baldwin had put the pilot
and part of its boat's crew on board
of tho schooner, got a low line
aboard and commenced pulling.
Then-tho Inpoprid came up an'd got
its hawser on board, when both
boats pulled for all they were worth.
The schooner was floated and towed
into the harlwr, wero she now lies
Tho credit for tho saving of this
vessel must bo given to the Kahului
Railroad Company. Valuable assist
and was given by tho U. S. S.
Thetis and tho Matson Navigation
Co.'s tug Intrepid.
Captain Carl Wiekert, Captain
Parker and J. Makahio did every
thing possible, and what .seemed a
lost ship and cargo are now gafa in
UUDGE PARSONS IS
ON THE CARPET
Fails-to Render Decision in Case Tried Four Years
Ago-Halley's Comet Now Due-Suspension
Bill Passes Committee.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWK.i
i Sugar !)(! deg. test 4.3G Beets 14s 8d.
HONOLULU, April 8. Judge Parsons of Hilo is to be questioned
by the Attorney (icneral in reference
in the case of the Territory of Hawaii
tried by him four years . o.
The observatory at lUimuki
this morning, but the rain obstructed
The Los Angeles people complain
coming ashore for luncheon.
Tho federal authorities are still
postal cards. The Holy Rollers arc
Tho Kohala forest reserve is
DOVER. April 8. Fire broko
Rona yesterday from London. In
dren were trampled upon. One fireman was killed and seventy people
were injured. All of the passengers
WASHINGTON, April 8 Congress has passed a bill prohibiting
the officers of the army and navy from accepting gifts or decorations
from a foreign government.
KOBE, April 8. Threo men wore killed on tho waterfront by -a
WASHINGTON, April 8. Senator Lodgo introduced a bill pro- "
Inbiting tho keeping of food in cold
ing high rates. .
Tho suspension bill passed tho
has been delayed by no quorum,
HONOLULU, April 7. One hundred and fifty Russians will "go
to work on the Makaweh plantation.
The Hawaiian bonds will not bo
legislature provided'for it..
Tho Thetis will follow the
opium after she leaves here.
Easton is now making rapid
are now expected.
WASHINGTON, April 7. Taft
in regard to tho Roosevelt-Pope incident.
The military court "martial confirms tho charge of tho colored
troops shooting up Brownsville.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 7.
the Maryland one man was killed
Lord Kitchener arrived from Tahiti on the S. S. Mariposa yester-
day. He was enthusiastically received by British subjects and others, V
WASHINGTON, April 7. -Tuft
'America at a banquet last night.
ROME, April 7. Tho Roosevelts have started over the route of
their honeymoon, which began in
HONOLULU, April G. Tho Board of Supervisors discovered their
extravagance and havo called a
calling for the paving of Fort Street.
Judge Robinson refuses to mandamus Campbell and compel him
to onen lands in Kau.
Tho steamers Hilonian and Missourian arrived yesterday,
MILWAUKEE. April G. The Social-Democrats ejected their.
mayor yesterday for the first time in
INDIANAPOLIS, April G. Tho
ided. Many endorse Taft and others
the Taft tariff bill. ' '
WASHINGTON, April G. Owing to disagreements tho appro-.
priations for dry dock enlargements havo been cut from tho bill,
Tho newly dredged channel in Pearl Harbor is filling up and &
vessel drawing but sixteen feet of water went ashore in tho middle of",
tho channel yesterday. -
ROME, April 6. Methodists li6ro used Roosevelt's refusal to visit. '
the Popo as basis for an attack on tho Vatican and Roosevoll lias cut
out tho Methodists in Rome.
CHICAGO, April G. A Domocratic city council was olected yes
terday instead of tho Republican body now in office.
HARTFORD, April G A Democratic mayor was elected yesterday.
Thero were twelve aboard the
ship. They wero: Captain John
Lapping, 1st mato" Sorrenson, 2nd
mate John Ward, Carpenter Frcn
chey, Cook Joo Ban, sailors F, W.
King, James Ryan, Hans Peterson,
W. O. Benson, John McMiinnus, J.
A. Hayes and J. A. Peterson.
to hisfailuro to render a decision
versus the Pe'peekeo Sugar Co.,
is finished. The comot was due
the view. .
of the high rates chargad .those
after tho senders of the offensive
held. -up by the requirement of
out in the coal bunl ccrs of the Cairn
the rush for boats, women and chil
and crew were taken off by- a
storage for tho purpose of maintain
committee, eight to six. The vote
which was engineered by wc3tern
refunded at present although the
Manchuria find prevent cacheing
improvements. No serious results
condoled with Cardinal Gibbons
By the explosion of a boiler tube in
and a number wero injured.
addressed leading Hebrews of
halt. They passed the ordinance,
Republicans of Indiana are div
laud Boveridgo for his attack on
Mrs. V, K. Pokipala ami child went to
Honolulu Wednesday where they will
make their future home.
Mrs, 1), I McCregor and two children
mm uinm were among the departing pas
sengers for Honolulu Wednesday.
nd. 1'eck nud bride have returned froiu
their honey inoou nnd are now domiciled;-
them a happy married me.
(Continued ou l'agi; 5.)
in their new home in Uamakuapoko.
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