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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1915,
(Cmiinued froti: page 1.)
The fust qiK-fctiou t ikcn up was
that of inviting Indies P accom
pany the delegates tn the Conven
tion, Soon lifter il:e discussion
started it, wan plainly ipn.rent thai
whih the Chamber i e;ill desired
that ladies 1-.; also imiird, the
ouesliVin of ;iccomod;n i ni fort hem
was the puzzler, ft v ; s finally
decid-d not to reopen ti.e iuestion
of the number at all, hut to leave
it at 101 delegates, pins reporters,
photographers, etc.. properly be
longing to such occasion..,.
For the finance committee.
Chairman II. Isenberg reported
that little definite had been done,
but action would he taken at the
Mr. Hroadbeut suggested that a
special sub-finance committee he
appointed bv the chairman of the
finance committee to assist in the
work in various parts of the is
This was agreeable to the Cham
ber and to Mr. Isenberg, and the
latter forthwith named the follow
ing: For Waimea, Judge C. IS. Ilof
gaard; Eleele. Treasurer J. I. Sil
va; Koloa, J. K. Farley; Li hue,
H. Rohrig; Kapaa and Keaii.i,
Chas. I?. Gray.
The secretary offered an amend
ment to the by-laws restoring the
rate of dues per annum to $10.
Chas. A. Rice offered an amend
ment to the effect that tae treas
urer collect $5 on account from
each member at this time, and
leave the matter of fixing the per
manent dues over to the next meet
ing. Thi.; amendment was accept
ed ar.d adopted.
It liiay be explained that the
annual fees became due in August,
but have not been collected o.i ac
count of changes taking place in
the office of the treasurer.
There are at present 107 mem
bers of the Chamber i n good
Thursday night Chairman Isen
berg addressed letters'to the va
rious members of his committee,
advising them as to their imme
diate duties. Thev are to report
results as promptly as possible to
II. I). Wishard, chairman of the
Hoard of Supervisors, sailed in the
M.i'.i'ia L"a Sntuidiy afternoon
for Honolulu and the Coast, on a
three-months pleasure tour. He
will be joined by his family in
California. Before returning Mr.
WNhard will visit his old home in
Passengers In And Out
The foljiv.ving arrived by the
Manna Loa Wednesday morning:
A. Gomes and wife, Mrs. Bolster,
Miss I'avne, Mrs. E. F Brown,
Miss F. La Ben, Miss Brmvcll.
Mrs. Bronuvcll, Mrs. C.B. Hav, E.
Fernandez, G. Fugisawa, Mr. and
Mrs, Kuuai and son, Misses John
son '2), H. Glass. Rev. II. Isen
berg, Miss Lee, Miss A. M' Whit
nev, Mr and Mrs. Trowbridge
and daughtei. Rev. Knmhnv?.slii.
f.f. Nakata, I. Itamura, Sam ice.
J. K. Cockelt and Son, Miss
Olem. Miss Morrison.
Mins Macfie, 1). B. Murdock, C.
Gomes, I). Lyons, MissM. Hastie,
Miss E. Hastie, T. Mori, Mrs. D.
). D. French, Y. Stange, Mr.
and Mrs. II. C. Brown, Dr. V. S.
Clarke, Prof. W. A. Bryan, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Creevy. Miss I). Ka
wi, S. Kaiwi. James Niihau, C.
II. Dye and wife, Max Friedman,
T. G. Lehuer.
The following arrived by the V.
G. II. ill Fiidav morning: Mr. and
Mis. Robt Jesse. W, Schieber, Ells
worth Deil.v. IV E. Spaulding, IT,
R. Auerboch. Miss M. Mingler,
Miss S. 1'acheco, Miss M. Pache
co, Miss F. Bached', Miss Deverill,
J. Taketa and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Ri hmond. Master W. Richmond,
F. Crawford. II. C. Rice. Mr. and
Mis. Pong Chou Dang, Mrs. J. C.
iSouza, Miss L. Souza, Miss A.
ISou.a. P. F. Hurley,. Fan Koon
; Lock. M. T, Rapozo, I. F. Rapo
Izo' and wife, Miss M. Weaver,
i P. L. Weaver.
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At the week-end Managvr Alex
ander, of the McBrvde Siie.ar Coin
pnnv. treated the members of the
McBryde baseball team to i tlnee
days tour of vai ions points on the
island, extending from Wainiln to
the Barking Sands. A l.! truck
was used by the party. J. C. Moiira
being in general charge of the
Leaving Eleele at 7 Fri.Uv even
ing, the boys arrived at Kilauea at
11 o'clcck, spending the -liejit at
Pacheco's hotel. Xext .lorn'ng
the p-iriv left for Ilaena, topjMi g
at Ilaualci for refreshm; its r.nd
arriving at the caves at 11 o'cb ck.
From there the tour was to the
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detice of Mr. Mf nei'oglio. There
thev had an efficient gu.de in the
person of Domingo Gomes.
Jt rained a great deal at the
power house end r,i the journev.
Most of the boys got pretlv wcli
soaked ("outside, of course); and
new neck-lies and fancy hosiery
suffered teiribly. But thev had a
good time nevertheless.
On the wav back a Mop was
made a t Kalihiwai where Me
Bryde's Duke Kahananioku (Jo
seph iloopii) gave a swimming ex
hibition, lie maki ig the 25 'yurds
in the world-breaking time of 1-hr.
and 31 minutes Hal! The team's
high diver (Joe Lcandro) would
have broken the world's record for
a 50i foot high dive, but could
not find a hill high enough close
to the sea.
After the swimming events the
McBtyde orchestra, coi; posed of
I':ofs. I.eamlro. Iloopii an 1 Mour.i
pla.ved a number of stirrinii select
ions, a la ICleele, for the special
hem. fit of tile vouug ladies, ' with
whom, it is related on goad author
ity, they had made a great hit.
That night was spent at Kilau
ea and the following morning ihe
big Kik.ueu lielit was visited. Thai
afternoon the visitors r a n up
againa the Kilauea baseball team,
but owing to the big chicken ieed
thev had had for breakfast, they
were walloped to the tune of 5 to 4.
At evening the bovs enjoyed a
great supper picpared by their two
experts- An tone Perry and Take
uchi. At !:.-' the following mornintr
the dC.t ture was -t ike-n aonns the
island to Waiiiie.i and the Barking
S.'.nds (,:" Man. i. Bie kfasc was j
l:ad at W-iiir.,a. and at Ktkaha
t':;.- b.iys welt treated to "high!
K 'e' ;'. ,d ei,.."is bv Manuel Costa, I
manager of the Kekaha tore.
After taking i u the Barking
.sands, the partv returned i.nd
went u p l he Waimea canyon,
where luncheon was served, and
home was readied at 2 o'cl )ek.
The baseball bovs wish Tin;
Gari-kx Is?.an: to thank for them
M. loader Alexander an '. Mi . Mou
r.i. of K'.eek: Manu 1 Pache 'c, of
Ki!a"ea; Mr. and Mrs. Loved.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Vincentc and oth
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Platts!)ura, New York An unusual photograph of Major-General
Leonard Wood, commander of the department of the East, U. S. A.,
watching from liehind a fence, the business men who arc in the mili
tary training camp here, rapidly becoming capable soldiers and defend
ers of their country. In a talk to the unm who are encamped here he
said in part: "As Thomas Jefferson said to Monroe: 'We must train
and organize all our male citizens and make military instruction com
pulsory in onr colleges. Until we do, we will not lie safe.' That is'
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Dr." Victor S Cbrk. of the Car
negie Institute, Washington, who
i-. on leave of absence and is doing
some special statistical work for the
United States government in Ha
wari. arrived in theMaiiuaLoa Wed
in si iv morning ami spent the time
to S.iturdav viitin.f the various
plantation oifiees and collating in
formation and figures. Dr. Clark
was located lit Hon lulu several
years, during which time be did
certain special work for the g;v
C II. Dye. the well known auto.
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Misses Marion and Eva Hai-tie,
of Eleele. returned in the M;::ma
Loa Wednesday morning from Ho
nolulu and the Coast. They had
visited the exposition.
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