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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1912.
Chamber of Commerce.
Tlie trustees of the Maui Chamber
of Commerce held a meeting at the
Board of Supervisors Chambers
Wednesday. The committee on
Commerce presented a report on the
invitation of the Hilo Chamber of
Commerce.- The report, which was
adopted is as follows:
The standing Committee on Com-
moree, Agriculture and Manufnc
ture, Harbor, Shipping, and Trans
portation, and other industrial pur
suits, to which, at the June meeting
of the Maui Chamber of Commerce,
was referred the communication
from the Board of Trade of Hilo:
after hnvinir held a meeting, in
which the question was exhaustive
lv discussed, begs to report as fol
Referring to the letter of the
Board of Trade of Hilo addressed to
yourself dated May 20th, the points
brought forth in said letter, and the
Committee's recommendations are
1st. Your Committee is of the
opinion that holding such confer
ence as proposed is highly desirable,
that the getting together of the
various commercial bodies of the
Territory cannot fail to be productive
of good in many directions, and that
such conference should be endowed
with liberal powers as far as aims,
organization, and by-laws are con
cerned. 2nd. Your Committee is of the
opinion that there should be five
delegates from each organization to
represent the following branches of
industry and commerce.
Banking and Commerce.
The Sugar and Pineapple In
dustries. Land and Water Transportation,
and facilities for same.
Cattle Ranching and Live Stock
Homesteading and small Farmers.
3rd. Your Committee is of the
opinion that a vast field is thus
opened up in which all interests
can find a place. There are two
topics for discussion, however, which
seem to your Committee to" De"bi
unusual interest at this time.
"The scope and objecta in view
of a proposed Territorial Chamber
"The probable influence on the
commerce of the Hawaiian Islands
of the completion and opening of
the Panama canal."
It will undoubtedly be the case
that large numbers of topics for dis
cussion will be suggested at the Hilo
meeting hv the members of the
various Organizations. The time
for the consideration of these topics,
however, will bti' limited, so that
only those of general interest to all
parties should be 'allotted time for
presentation and discussion.
4th. Your Committee is of the
opinion that as the function of the
delegates to be appointed . by this
Chamber of Commerce will be main
ly to assist in the organization of a
Territorial Chamber of Commerce
to which all local bodies may be af
filiated, the only restriction to be
placed upon them should be that
their Acts, in so far as Organization,
Constitution, and By-Laws of the
proposed Territorial body, shall be
subject to the ratification and ap
proval of the Organization they
Your Committee is also of the
opinion that the five delegates above
mentioned as recommended should
bo. appointed during the August
Meeting of this Chamber, at which
time it might be desirable to ascertain
just how many members of the Maui
Chamber of Commerce will avail
themselves of the invitation of the
Hilo Board of Trade to visit that
city in September.
Your Ommittee is further of the
opinion" that if this report meets
favor a copy of the same shouldEbe
scut bv the Secretary to the Hilo
Board of Trade for their consider'
N. S. WILLIAMS, Chairman.
VON TEMPSKY, Member.
D. LUFKIX, Member.
Mrs. McKay was a passenger on the
Claudiue Tuesday for Honolulu.
Billy Field has treated himself to fine
new Hudson touring car.
Mrs. L. A. Sonres is down with a bad
cold. Her throat is also affected.
The oil steamer Santa Rita left Thurs
day night, after unloading a cargo of oil.
Mrs. Copeland went to Honolulu this
week. Mr. Copeland expects to go over
The Puunene Theatre has been rented
to some Japanese show people, for the
past two weeks.
w. E. Engle has bought a Hudson
runabout. This is the third car Mr. Engle
has bought in the past few months,
Win bung, tlie popular ice cream
merchant, who recently went to the Kula
Sanitarium, is feeling much better.
Miss Iruia Wodehouse was taken to
the Malulani hospital Thursday after
noon. She is suffering from pneumonia.
' R. B. Church, engineer for the Wailuku
Sugar Company, returned on the Lurline,
last Saturday morning from a trip to the
Walter G. Smith, late editor of the
Hawaiian Star, arrived on Maui in the
Claudine. He is the guest of Judge
Mrs. Roberts returned to Maui Satur
day morning. She has been recuperat
ing Honolulu for several weeks, and re
turns feeling much refreshed.
Mrs. W. S. Chillingworth has been in
the hospital during the past week. She
is suffering from an infection of the ear.
She returned home Thursday morning.
Because of so much sickness among
the members of the Wailuku Union
Sunday School, there will be no more
services of the school until further notice.
Rev. J. K. Bodel of Lahaiua will con
duct the services at the Church of the
Good Shepherd Sunday morning. The
evening service at Puunene will be
Rev. Rowland B. Dodge left on Tues
day's "Claudine" for Kauai. He will be
away over one Sunday. By vote of the
Standing Committees of both the Wai
luku and Makawao Churches, no services
will be held on Sunday, July i4.
The Schuman Carriage Co., are ad
vertising a process for repairing all kinds
of aluminum breaks. They will guarantee
their work. This should prove a boon
to automobile men, as heretofore it has
been found impossible to repair any
breaks in aluminum parts.
The People's .Store Ltd., will ope
'"iday, under the. management of Ben
Guerrero. Pt has put in a complete
line of new high class goods, and will cater
to the best business in the community.
There will be a formal opening Monday
evening, when ice cream will be passed
out, and a concert given.
Arrivals at the Maui Hotel from Hono
lulu. Thomas A. O'Brien, R. H. Rath,
J. R. Davis, Dr. J. H. Raymond, P. G.
Riley, H. B. urown, il. li. U'suuivan,
Rev. I. W. Wadmau, Samuel H. Dow-
sett, Wm. F. M. Swanzy, Miss N. Swanzy,
Miss K. swanzy, miss .wilder, j. u.
Hewart, Mr. and Mrs. Luneniann. Mrs.
J. P. Parker, Miss Parker, Santa Cruz;
Miss Wodehouse, Miss von lempsky;
Von Tempsky, Makawao; Miss E.
Leona Laube. Bellineham Wash., Mr.
and Mrs. A. Cropp, Germany; Miss
Farley, Boston; U. K. Tackabury, ban
Fraucisco; L. Weinzheimer, Wm. Hen
Board of Supervisors.
The Board of Supervisors met at
the board rooms this week to trans
act the accumulated business of the
month. After the routine business
connected with the first session had
been disposed of communications
were taken up.
Referring to the matter of supply
ing furniture for school buildings,
Mr. Henning moved that it was the
sense of the board that the Superin
tendent of Public Instruction should
consult with the Chairman before
supplying furniture, and that the
board was prepared to lurnisn new
school building with furniture, but
that the funds had been misappro
priated by the Board of Education
on the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The Board approved the action
of Mr. Weinzeimer of Lahaina as to
his disposition of the indigents in
The board voted to wire the
Malulani hospital for electricity,
but not to wire the teachers cottage
at the Wailuku school.
Dr. Beasley was appointed to
take Dr. Usmers' place lor one
month, as county physician.
The district overseer for Wailuku
was authorized to take up the mat
ter of the water supply at Kahului
with Superintendent Williams, and
formulate plans for a relief of the
Bhortaire at that place.
The offer of A. A. Wilson to build
a bridge at Keanae near the post
office, for $1450, was accepted. The
finance committee of the board held
a meeting Thursday evening, at
which a number of citizens were
present. 1 he matter oi arranging
the budget for the ensueing six
months was taken up.
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