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TTIK OARDKN ISLAND. TUESDAY, ATTUL 14, 1914
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When the Honolulu Ad Club's party was over here at the cud of March a good deal w.is heard of the luncheons of the Club, given at the Young Hotel every Ttits'av,
at which speeches are made and general business mutters discussed. The above is a picture of the Ad Club in o:ie of these luncheon-sessions, the picture having been taken a
couple of weeks ago.
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HAD A G000 THE
R. A. Radsworth. who camt
over with the Ad Club as the re
presentative of the Mam Chamber
of Commerce, had a good time,
from all accounts. Upon his return
to Waihiku, the Maui News said :
R. A, Wadsworth is back from
the Honolulu Ad. Club excursion
to Kauai, and he is full of the story
of the good time the bunch had.
Wet weather rather upset the plans
of the entertainment committee of
Kauai, but still the visitors had a
"Some of the side trips that had
been arranged had to be abandon
ed,'' said Mr. Wadswonh , ''on
account of the dirt roads being too
wet and muddy. The trips made,
with the exception of one to the
Mcllryde beach house, were along
good macadam roads and the ex
cursions were splendid.
"The visit to the beautilul Mc
Bryde home was inspiring, and the
way we were treated at the hos
pitable house was splendid. Every
body was annointed in a popular
fashion, and everything was jolly
from start to finish.
"The entertainment i'.t the I.ihue
hall was also grand, and cvervthing
went with the noted swing of the
Ad. Club. The rain, which poured
down, did not dampen the spirits
of the party, and even those who
had, through an auto breakdown,
to walk some distance, had m kick
"The trip from Ilanalci around
the remote side of Kauai to Wai
mea was a trifle rough, but everv
one stuck to their g'i:rs an 1 m i !e
merry of the pilikia of each other."
Mr. Wadsworth declared that
the excursion was a ; rar.d one am!
that the visitors were royallv en-
tertained on the Garden Island.'
Harold Rice, of Maui, also made ;
the trip to his old island home
Ad Club's Visit
Several Kauai people sprang in
to verse over the recent tour of
this island by the Ad Club. One
ot these is Miss Heleue Mahlum,
sister of Mr. V.. V.. Mahlum and
Mrs. 0. B. Ilofgaard, of Waimea.
the following from her pen being
published in a Honolulu paper:
Bright and early Saturday morn
ing. .Without any kind of warning,
In the mud and in the wet,
I All the passengers were met j
!l5y three officers of the law. j
I None of the three seemed very slow
ln obeying the command j
Xot to let the people land '
Without a strict examination
To their mental and moral station, j
It caused amongst them great dis
When an order came l.v wireless
Preventing about three or four j
To be allowed to come ashore. ;
It very soon proved, however, j
Some of them to be quite clever
In finding means that broke the
And one the head of public schools!
When Uoetor Hi. tgaard did inspect
Mr. Gibson for intclLct ,
It was sadly found to be amiss;
lint by giving the nurse a kiss
The son of Adam won the day
liv this touching an:l charming
Doctor I.vdgate showed his wrath
When Mr. Carter had no bath;
For when inspecting this man's ear
They found germs that were left
from last year!
Wilder, Forbes and in fact many,
When searched for conscience, had
In Frazier truth was found to be
But bribing the men non stayed
A pretty sight when the maidens
Passing inspectou held out their
They soon forgot their tribulation
When Mahlum gave an invitation
To go to breakfast at tV hotel,
Where the young ladies tried to
In feeding the inner men, and
Through a man's stomach you win
Good reason why ail kept in mind
Their loving wives they left behind.
Leaving Waimea well satisfied,
In autos residents had supplied.
Barring the rain, all things were
To give the visitors lots of fun.
Poor Levenson could not make a
But the pirates made up for his
The weather man did all in his
1 lower '
To stop the ride by a heavy show
er. There were no accidents on the
Though some of the autos had a
They stopped at a cannery on the
And at the mill, too, they made a
Admiring the view at the wayside,
Befote very long they reached Mc
Sonie wet to the skin, some with
But everyone ready to eat!
With good speeches and music
i Aft. t the feast Mc Bryde cleared
! the floor.
j And ever von - who wanted to dance
The "hesitation" now had a
1 At 3 o'clock they started again
1 They had to start early due to rain,
i A wash followed by paint and
Thev all sat down to Coney's
Farrington thanked them for the
They provided with gen'rous mea-
j Also for turning over their keys,
I Permitting all to do as they please.
The Governor, Wilcox, and some
One after the other took the floor,
Thev added to the list Fassoth and
Brandt and others who had the
Due to the weather they took the
Round to Huiilei on the ship ,
Where Mrs. Peverill prepared the
That met with approval by the
j In growing terms spoke Mr. Cot
iOSE LODGE HAS
BEEN SB D D
Letters from Honolulu indicate
that the Moose Lodge over there
has been disbanded by order of
the Grand Lodge, and that certain
members of the Honolulu Lodge
are preparing to organize a new
fraternal society, to fo'low the lines
of the Moose order but to be known
as the Order of Phoenix, 01 words
to that effect.
It is understood that the Grand
Lodge objected to the mixed
character of the membership which
had come about in Honolulu; and
demanded that all members not
qualified under the original charter
be expelled from the Lodge. This
the Honolulu Lodge refused to do
hence the disbandment.
There are a large number of
members of Honolulu Lodge of
Moose on the island of Kauai-any-where
from fifty to a hundred.
Just where they get off in the new
deal is net clear; but they are hop
ing for some definite information
in the near future.
"Hale Hooni" had, a good sized
audience for the motion picture
program Saturday evening. Willie
Fernandez is usually very careful
of the selections for his popular
show house, but the pictures of
Saturday night must have escaped
his advance notice. A few of them
wtre without particular merit,
while others might just as well
have been omitted from the pro
gram altogether. Mr. Fernandez
was away last week, but under his
personal guidance, a better quality
of subjects may be expected for
Committee At Work
The committee appointed bv the
mass meeting last Thursday even
ning to look into the matter of
boarding accommodations for
prospective pupils tn the new high
school lost notime in getting down
to work, a meeting for the purpose
of making a start being held the
following day. It is expected that
within a short time the committee
will have a definite idea as to what
can be done.
"If club approved, would it not be
To go back the way they came in
As Kennedy saw trouble ahead?"
Though many had that anticip-
Most all refused without hesita
Too bad that some of them came,
too late i
To join the captain, who left at
May the visit of the club prove
such k tie i
That will show results in the sweet
bye and bye.
Hurrrh for the Ad Club! and good
To those at the head, who showed
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