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MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, IULY 1, 1911
Jordan's Honolulu I
E. W. JORDAN & CO. LTD., take pleasure in announcing they are now
showing a line of Merchandise that for style quality, variety and good value far exceeds
anything before shown in the Hawaiian Islands.
We specially invite the Ladies' of Maui to try OUR STORE for wearing apparel;
over 2000 Garments in Stock every size from little Women's to Extra Large, and every
Garments distinctly different.
It is impossible to describe our big stock in an advertisement. We will be pleased
to submit for Inspection anything you may require. We Guarantee Satisfaction, and
the prices are beyond comparison. 4
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your Bath Room?
Solid Brass, Mckel Plated, great
variety made by the Brass C rafters
HONOLULU, June 30. Lieut. Foster died yesterday from in
juries received in falling from horse. His body will be taken to
Arlington for burial. The British ships will fire a salute on July
Army engineers are preparing specifications for the dredging of
Kahului harbor. They will soon call for bids.
The Hawaiian bond issue hos been approved by President Taft.
De Vere Anderson has beon arrested for groFs cheat. Ho is- ac
cused of swindling two men out of soveral hundred dollar.
It is rumored insurance ratea here will bo lowered on account of the
new building ordinance.
WASHINGTON, Juno 80. Roosovelt was denounced by Georgo
Earle hero yesterday. Earle is a prominent financier of Philadelphia.
Ho was defended by Magison of Kansas.
WIESBADEN, Juno 30. Ex President Diaz is taking the cure
at this place.
DENVER, June 30. Chief JubUco Campbell of the State Su
preme Court is prostrated with the heat. Ho is in a critical condition,
ST. THOMAS, June 30. Instructions have- been received here to
prevent the landing of Uastro.
WASHINGTON, June 30. Representative Humphrey of Washing
ton started a controversy yesterday by ro-intrnducing the, ship. subsidy
bill, with an increased tonnage tax for foreign vessels.
CHICAGO, June 30. Benjamin Lie Wheeler stated yesterday
that the lumber interests were the only ones opposed to Canadian Re
ciprocity. ST. PETERSBURG, June 30. The battleship Sebastopol was
successfully launched yesterday.
Doings In Washington.
WASHINGTON, June 29. President Taft has announced that
the British arbitration treaty is virtually complete.
Gilmore testified before the Sugar investigation committee that
rate wars had ceased.
Two insurgents attackedTaft yesterday on tho matter of Canudian
Reciprocity. Senator Borah declared that Taft does not represent the
majority of Republicans.
LOS ANGFELES, June 2J. McGonigle denies that he has been .
offered immunity for turning State's -evidence. His wife will have to
answer fur contempt for refusing to answer to questions in the grand
BOSTON, June 29, Miss Cushing, who had recently- visited Ho-'
nolulu, committed suicide in San Francisco, while returning.
LOS ANGELES, June 28. McMonigle has asked his wife to join
him as a witness for the prosecution. The Unions want her as witness'
for the defense, and she is on the verge of collapse.
NEW YORK, June 28. The federal government has begun suit
against the periodical publishers association for violating the Sherman
Their Own Wedding.
Standing before an altar of quratz
and granite, carved and fashioned
by tho hands of the bride, on a nar
row ledge 100 feet from the ground,
and reached by a trail hewn out of
tho solid rock by the bridegroom,
Mss Beatrice Farnham, tho Boston
artist and sculptress, and John Otto,
eccentric hermit, prospector and
trail builder, were married in the
National Monument park, of which
Otto has recently been appointed
Before the ceremony, the bride
cooked tho wedding feast over a
campfire, then donned her wedding
gown of white satin, jvith long bri
dal veil, and made her way to the
foot of the cliff, whero tho bride
groom, in blue serge coat and khaki
trousers, waited beside the minister,
who was clad in the full robes of the
Tho ceremony over, tho bridal
party descended from the cliff and
Otto burned incense in the form of
cedar berries before his bride. Then,
together, they planted a young
spruce tree, solemnly declaring' that
it should grow as long as their love
Later, when the wedding gown
had been exchanged for a rooifhtain
climbing costume, the newly mar
ried couplo scaled tho Independence
spire, and on its pinnacle, where
they had planned to be wedded be
fore tho minister balked, repeated a
marriage ceremony of their own de
vising. Tho explosion of a. number of
sticks of dynamite concluded the
wedding festivities and Otto imme
diately took up his work of perfect
ing Ilia "stairway" on tho side of
tho rock, while his brido resumed
her task of carving tho declaration
of independence on the other side of
the hugo natural spire.
The Reaper Returns.
Again it is our sad duty to chron
icle the death of a well known citi
zen. This community has suffered
severely in the last few weeks. -Not
a week goes by but we have to pay
tho last respects to some departed
friend. A shadow passed over tho
community last Sunday morning
when it was learned that John Gos
Bin had passed away. His taking off
was very sudden. Ho had been com
plaining for some time but was able
to attend to his duties as usual 911
Saturday. Satuday evening his wife
had been giving him some medicine
at intervals. He appeared quite easy
and dropped off to sleep. About
eleven o'clock, when Mrs. Gossin
went to give him his medicine, sho
found him dead.
Mr. Gossin was born in Cincin
nati, December 31, 1846. He enlist
ed in the Union army as a drum
mer boy at. the outbreak of tho civil
war. Ho served throughout tho war,
and was mustered out after Rich
mond was captured.
He camo to the islands a number
of years ago. Lived on Kauai for a
short time, but has resided on
Maui for tho past seven or eight
year. Ho has been postmaster at
Kahului for several years. Mr. Gos
sin was a mason, being a member of
Lodge Maui No. 984 A. F. A. M.
Tho funeral services were hold
Sunday afternoon, in the Kahului
Union Church. In the absence of
Rev. H. P. Judd, Rev. Short oflici
ated and spoke feelingly of tho up
right, honorable life of the deceased.
Tho masons took chargo of the
funeral and proceeded to Makawao
on a special train whero the ma
sonic burial Ber vices were held.
We are pleased to learn that the
Sparks' little boy who was seriously ill,
is rapidly recovering.