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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 27. 115.
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According to letters received on
Kauai Friday, the Honolulu Ad.
Club members wish to biiiiR a
number of ladies along with them
to the Civic Convention in Sep
tember. This is a subject which had nt
Vet been taken up by the commit
tees, and the answer to the ques
tion will doubtless depend upon
the outlook for steamer and local
accommodations. Judging from re
ports already in hand from the dif
ferent islands it seems now quite
likely that the steamer from Ho
nolulu to Kauai, at least, will be
pretty well crowded with delegates.
However, that is a matter, for
more careful analysis and consider
One of the letters, from J. D.
Levenson to Mr. H. Rohrig, of the
Lihue Store, says:
"The Ad Club Kauai Civic Con
vention Committee, as you will
note from this evening's Star-Bul
letin, has been completed and .is
now in full blast. Mr. Charles R.
Frazier has been elected Chairman,
to whom all communications ie
garding convention matters should
"It seems that some of the ladies
of the Ad Club members ore very
anxious to go with them to Kauai,
and from past experience they help
boosting and building. It has been
concluded at the Ut meeting to
write to the Kauai Chairman of
the Convention and ascertain as to
the possibilites of getting accom
modations for the ladies while on
"I do not know who the Chait
man is, and I have taken the liberty
of addressing you on this subject,
and shall highly appreciate if the
question is discussed and definite
ly concluded on, so that we can
have your views for next .Wednes
day's committee meeting. Please
address Mr. Charles R. Frazier,
"Thanking you most sincerely
for this favor,' and assuring you
that the Ad Club is heart and soul
for Kauai. with kindest regards,
beg to remain, etc."
James D. Levenson, one of th
more prominent Ad. Club "boos
ters,'.' had the following to say to
the Star Bulletin in regard to the
"Don't you let anyone say that
the Ad Club is not right on the
job," said J. D.' Levenson, secre
tary of the local booster organiza
tion, today. "We are always right
on the job, and just to prove it I'll
give you the names of the Ad
Club's Civic Convention commit
The committee list shows that a
group of the organization's most
active workers has beer appointed
to make arrangements for the part
which the Ad Club will play in the
next, annual convention, which
will be held in Lihue, Kauai, in
Septemljer, It is composed of the
Charles R. Frazier, chairman; J.
Morton Riggs, Harry L. Strange,
C. B. Gage, James D. Levenson,
Thomas Sharp, Raymond B.
Brown, J. F. Child, Arthur E.
Larimer and E. W. P. St. George,
The Ad Club today sent a letter
to the Kauai Chamber of Commerce
regarding arrangements, to be
made for ladies during the conven
tion. "A good many of the members
of the Ad Club are going to take'
their wives, sisters and sweethearts
to the convention, and we want to
make sure that they will le proper
ly cared for while on the Garden
Island," said Mr Levenson.
John A. Palmer, of the Court
land Hotel, Honolulu, has address
ed a number of 'Liters to Kauai
parties, on the subject of bis new
ffilder, the following being a copy
of one of them:
"I mailed to your address today
a copy of the Cotirtland Guide just
out of the press. The book has
besn enlarged by the addition of
16 pages; the descriptive matter
has been rewritten and I have put
in a number of full page cuts of
the beauty spots of Kauai. It has
been my endeavor to make the Ka
uai section a feature of the book
ind of sufficient attraction to stim
ulate a desire to visit the places
mentioned. I want it to merit the
approval o f your business men
and with the complete distribution
which the Guide receives among
visitors and intending visitors to
Hawaii, Kauai merchants should
feel that their island is receiving a
liberal share of promotion work.
"The cost of this issue far ex
ceeds that of all former ones; and
the subscriptions for ad. space do
not cover the expense of publica
tion and distribution. I have not
solicited ads fro:n votir people, be
litving that the space will be more
valuable if devoted to descriptive
matter and pictures. I am, how
ever, writing to your Chamber of
Commerce, through its secretary,
Mr. Timmons, and asking that the
Chamber contribute fifty dollars
towards this issue and to pledge a
like amount to the issue of January,
1916, when it again appears.
"I have enclosed to the secre
tary copies of letters which I have
received from passenger agents
throughout the mainland which
are most flattering; .1 hope that
you will be able to look them over.
"Will vou please look through
the book, especially the Kauai sec
tion, and if you feel the work lias
merit, will you not register your
apurovol to the donatio!?"
Rush For Licenses
County Treasurer Kaulukott lias
had a big rush for licenses since
the first of the month, the appli
cants coming from all parts of the
island. The new law requiring ap
plicants to produce certificates that
they had paid all taxes due the
Territory caused some delay a t
first, but as it became generally
understood the trouble ceased.
Passensers In And Cut
IAKONA In Honolulu, July,
j 16, 1915, Holeka Iakona, a native
!of Waimea, Kauai, 56 years old.
Rev. J. M. Lydgate returned
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning: T. R
Neal. P. G. Rilev, Carl Bayer, J.
M. Lydgate, Miss A. Davson, Miss
E. C. Wagner,' H. Kennedy, A.
Englehaid, Miss Hee, Miss S. Ku
do, Father Herman, Father Celes
tin. C. II Dve, Harry Wong, L.
Ting. Miss L. Young, Miss C.
Young, Father Emil. Father James,
F. Miller. Mrs. H. Brandt. Mrs
K. Peters, Miss Peters, C. Van-
huessen. R. Peirre. H. Tarakawa.
J. F. C Ilagens, B. Damon, J.
Achuck. Mrs. Bulchotz. Miss E.
Glade, A. Haneberg, S Robinson.
Miss J. Johnson, Miss M. Sloggett
M. Andrade, H. W. Kinney, H
A. Muller and wife. Miss Muller,
Master Muller. Miss Alexander,
Miss M. M. Cooke, I. Mura. I
Suzuki. W. Werner. F. IIurle,
W. Hurley. Mrs. James Clapper,
Mrs. B. Tavares, Miss Tavares
The following arrived by the W
G. Hall Friday morning from Ho
nolulu: A. S. Baker and wife, A
B. Angus, Z. K. Myers. R. Slog
gett, C, H. Coolie and sou, Mrs
Peter Malina. Mrs. Win. Werner,
J. II. K. Kaiwi, Master Kaiwi, F.
T. Schmidt, J. B. Pont, Mr. Mont
gomery and 'wife, Thos. Evans.
II. E. Newton. R. Irwin, A. A.
Pranstintz, G. P. Kaniauoha, Da-
: vid Kapahee, II. Puuiki, J. Von
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