THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5. 1911
One of the prettiest weddings wen
fur Punic time was solemnized on
Thursday evening nt 8 o'clok at the
Human Catholic Cathedral when
Misa Anna Amelia Uonsalves, he
enme the bride of Mr. Percy Alfred
Gorman formerly of Japan.
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ine nuar 01 the cathedral was
handsomely decorated with quantit
ies of tall palms and sheaves of white
Easter lilies and myriads of white
daisies arranged effectively amid the
Roman lighted candles.
At 8 o'clock the young bride en
tered, leaning upon the arm of her
father, Mr. M. A. Gonsalvcs, who
also gave her away.
She was preceded up the long aisle
by her bridesmaid, Miss Nathalie
Rodrigues, and littlo Adeline Rod
rigues and Rose Mary Rodrigues as
The bride wore a handsome con
fection of white chiffon over white
satin with elaborate trimmings of
pearls, and a lace wedding veil which
had been worn by her mother twenty-seven
It was caught and arranged by
clusters of orange blossoms and
A muff bouquet of white carna
tions and lace maidenhair and with
cascades of these blossoms on strands
of white tulle was carried.
Miss Nathalie Rodrigues, as brides
maid, wore a dainty blush pink mes
saline gown with coral passement
rie, and she carried a shower bou
quet of Enchantress pinks and maid
enhair, cascaded on strands of
delicate pink tulle.
Preceding the bridal party the
two little flowers girls, dressed alike
in lace and lingerie frocks, strewed
tiny pink and white roses from
baskets carried on their arms, the
handles of which were caught by
very large bows of white satin.
Largo Imjws of white satin were
also worn in their hair. As the
bridal party proceeded up the aisle
Lohengrin's Wedding March was
played on the organ.
At the altar the party was met by
Mr. Percy Gorman and Mr. Ernest
Gonsalves, his best man, and the
Reverend Father Stephen, who per
formed the ceremony.
It was witnessed by about three
hundred invited guests. .
After the service the young couple
turned and passed out to the strains
of Mendelssohn's Wedding March,
and motored to the home of the
bride's parents where an informal
reception was held for the relatives
and intimate friends of the pair.
Among others at the reception
were Consul Canavarro, the Rever
end Father Stephen, Dr. George
Herbert, and Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Roll of Maui, who had come es
pecially to be present at the wed
ding. Mr. and Mrs. Gorman left that
night for Haleiwa, and returning on
Friday departed for Kahului, Maui,
where a beautifully appointed home
awaited them. Haw. Star.
There is considerable talk among
local horsemen, regarding a race
for Hawaiian bred fillies, next year.
T)t Hawaiian Star makes a sugges
tion for the race which seems to be
a good one, and should work out all
right, with a few slight alteration.
It is as follows:
The Maui Hotel Stake, for mai
den two and three-years-olds, two-year-olds
to carrp 100 pounds ami
three-year-olds to carry 119 pounds.
The purse to be 8500 and the dis
tance half a mile.
Entries to close May 1, 1912.
Owners to pay 825 when they en
ter their horses, and 825 on or be
fore June 28.
Owners failing to make their last
payment to forfeit the payment al
ready made, and the right to start
All entry fees over and above the
amount of 8300 to be added to the
The winner to receive the stake
and 50 per cent of the added money,
if there be any.
The second horse to receive 30 per
cent of the added money.
The third horse to receive 20 per
cent of the added money.
Kids will be opened next week for the
new roails to be built in the Makawao
district and the bridges in the liana dis
trict. Mr. K. I?. Baldwin has been elected
president of the Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., taking the place of the late
H. P. Baldwin.
The money is coming in fast during
the past few days for the new Union
Church. The trustees feel quite elated
Dr. Scudder, Rev. Smith and Rev.
Dodge have been making a tour around
East Maui the past week. They ar
rived home Friday evening, feeling tired
but quite fit.
Miss Margaret Restarick daughter of
Bishop Restarick who has been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin, return
ed home on the Mauna Loa Thursday
LOST. Gold watch and chain, Initials
A. G. M. on the back of case. Lost be
tween Camp 9, and l'uulehu Camp on
the Kula road. Reward. Return to
Maui News office.
The Republican County Exeeutive
Committee met at the town hall Wed
nesday. Matters of organization were
discussed, aud Mr. II. A. Baldwin was
elected chairman, with Mr. F. F. Bald
win vice chairman. Chas. Wilcox re
mains as secretary.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Ross Kingsbury
of Honolulu have new titles now other
than hubby aud wifey they are mam
ma and papa. Old daddy stork left his
lair in the chimney top and deposited a
wee little infant at the Kingsbury'9
home. Lieut. Kingsbury is a son of
Mr. Kennedy the new manager of the
Lahaina Store is a man of action. He
is busy renovating the store inside and
out, and perhaps some others will take
the tip and give a much needed coat of
paint to their buildings. Mr. Kennedy
purposes having a big sale as soon as he
gets the store fixed up, notice of which
will appear later.
Mrs. Mary Doherty Sylva, of Lahaina,
celebrated her 88th birthday the 2nd
iiist., her daughter Mrs. Annie Mulvany
gave her mother a surprise party and
dinner. A number of friends joined in
wishing Mrs. Sylva many more years of
health and happiness. Mrs. Sylva came
to Hawaii nei 50 years ago and has re
sided here ever since.
Wailuku is fortunate in having at last
someone who is enterprising enough to
make an effort to give us good moving
picture shows. Mr. Fernandez is here
to stay if we give him any encourage
ment. He has his own electric appara
tus for showing hi9 pictures, and he has
so far shown good pictures. It is his in
tention to put on new pictures at each
show, and make the prices low enough
so people can go two or three times a
week. Mr. Fernandez should receive
the support of everyone in his under
taking, and enable him to bring vau
deville hare in addition to his pictures.
The following is a list of the per
sons whose applications were drawn
and to whom numbers were assigned
at the drawing held July 21st., 1911
for the fifth land division covering
Island of Maui and Molokai; the
time and place of selection of lots
in that divisien will be 9 o'clock, A.
M., Wednesday, August 16th., 1911
at the Circuit Court House, Wailu
ku, Maui: Antone Pereira, Kalei
ula, Jos. F. Welch, Hoonani Napa
huelua, Sam Lono Opio, Mrs- Mary
N. Kamakau, Apele Iloopii, Kalu
au Noa, William K. Forrest, Peru
vian J. Goodness, Ellen K. Kama
kele, David Kaina, Makee Pone,
Fong Foon Seong, David Kapoha
kimohewa, David Napahuelua, Joe
Pereira, David Kenolio, Josiah K.
Haole, Lau Kim Fab, Keaumiki
C. E. Bradley, Thos. K. Forrest,
Kaaihala, Manuel C. Ross, Alexan
der Steel, Kaliko Chock Wai, Sam
Anuhu, Charles A. Bailey, Lot C
Kealoha, Kamaialii Kamakau, Ko
lii, Kaili Halama, James Keawe,
Otto W. Kahinu, Luke Chan, Au
hana Apele, Henry Kalaeiwa, Pa
kekepa Akuihini, Keoho Ah Ling,
Lucy Ho On, Harry 0. Tiedcmann
Aiwa Ah Lo, . Hookano Poohina,
Ned Nicholas, Artemas B. Naone,
Iloopii Apele, Lau Kim Fong, Mrs.
Eleanor M. Vileox, John Iloopii,
Kelii Kamakele, Joel K. Nahinu,
Rubt. K. Wilcox.
Frederic H. Hayselden and Mrs
Lucy Miner of Makawao returned to
their home on Monday.
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