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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1913,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
'(Continued from pace 1.)
vention had been taken very ill be
fore completing his work and had
since died, so that the committee
had experienced a great deal of
difficulty and labor in assembling
all the papers and data for print
Mr. E. A. Creevey, of Eleele.
was elected to membership,
The matter of -the resolutions
offered by Mr. Brandt at the last
meeting, seeking the endorsement
by the Chamber of a proposal to
provide night educational and ath
letic advantages to the outh of
the island above the school age,
was again taken up.
Mr. Isenberg gave it as his
opinion that as there were just
now the National Guard and a
number of other things to be pro
vided for it would be difficult to
finance and care for institutions
' of the kind proposed, despite the
fact that they were very much to
Mr. Lydgate stated that Mr.
Brandt, who was not present, had
changed his plan somewhat and
was now working on a different
line, and probably, if present,
would not urge the adoption of his
In view of this statement, Mr.
Coney moved to table the matter,
This brought the business to the
amendments deferred from the
previous meeting, and they were
adopted, as follows:
Strike out Section 1 of Article 3,
relating to membership, and in
sert the following:
Section 1. Memtership in this
Chamber shall be of three classes,
to wit: Active, Honorary. Non
Resident. 1. All male residents of Kauai,
of the age of 21 and over, interest
ed in the welfare of the island and
willing to co-operate for the pro
motion of the same, are eligible to
Active Membership in this Cham
ber. 2. All male persons, of the age
of 21 and over, non-resident of
Kauai but who at some' period
may have lived here, interested in
the welfare of the island and will
ing to co-operate for the promo
tion of the same as far as practic-
auie, may ue admitted to non-resident
membership in this Chamber.
3r Any person not a resident
of Kauai, who may have completed
some unusual service to the island
or this Chamber, may be lected
an honorary member of this Cham
ber. Amendment 2. Article 10. re
lating to fees, insert the following:
The annual fee of non resident
members shall be $2.50, payable
Amendment 3. Strike out Sec
tion 4 of Article IX. relating to
committees, and insert the follow
' Sanitation Committee. To deal
with matters coming under that
Freight Service Committee. To
investigate complaints in regard
thereto and to make recommenda
tions for the improvement thereof,
Passenger Service Committee.
To press measures for the improve
ment of the same.
Mail Service Commitiee. To se
cure improvements in tht maij
service to and from the island and
in the overland service.
Harbors Committee, To keep
in touch with harbor requirements
and take such steps as may tend
to the improvement of the same.
Strike out Section 5, and insert
Good Roads Committee. To co
operate with the county authori
ties to the end indicated.
Stock Development Committee.
To handle such subjects as are in
dicated by its name.
Marketing Committee, To as
sist producers in finding suitable
marketing places, and in arrange
ments for marketing products.
Add to Section 7 the following
sub-sections, providing for new
(a) Exhibits. To arrange for
floats or exhibits ar'floral parades,
fairs or other like functions.
(b) Advertising. To exercise
as far as practicable supervision
over matter prepared for the pur
pose of advertising the island,
such as newspaper- articles, pic
tures, literature of the Hawaii Pro
motion Committee, etc., and to
encourage the circulation of such
as may promise desirable results.
Amend Section 8 to read as fol
lows: Section 8. Special Guests. A
committee to meet and deal with
the entertainment of prominent
persons visiting the islaud, singly
or in vetv small parties.
(a) Tourists. To facilitate as
far as possible the comfort and ob
jects of tourists visiting the island.
(b) Local Entertainments. To
arrange for banquet sessions oi
other social or semi-social func
tions of the Chamber.
Add to Section 10.
(a) To stimulate and assist in
the extension of play ground for
children at public schools and in
(b) To promote the establish
ment of public parks.
(c) Municipal affairs. To deal
with matters indicated by the
(d) Education. To deal with
all matters arising under that head
and to co-operate in the improve
ment ot the school system of the
Section 11. Public Works. To
investigate the need of, and urge
improvements by the Territory on
Section 12. Arbitration, To ar
bitrate business differences between
members of the Chamber.
Change sections 11 and 12 to
sections 13 and 14.
Mr. Isenberg moved that the
amendment offered by Mr. Broad
bent at the previous meeting, pro
viding that committees hold over
after annual meetings until their
successors are named, pass. This
was supported by Mr. Coney and
Mr. Donald asked that another
committee be appointed to inves
tigate the service of the telephone
Mr. Coney moved that a special
committee be appointed, to consist
of the old committee, to handle
this matter and report at the next
Mr. Donald declined to serve on
the ground that he was an inter
ested party in bringing the matter
The chair thereupon named C.
B. Hofzaard, chairman: W. D.
McBrvde and J. F. Farley.
Father My! My! Weren't you lucky to get so many nice presents?
Bobbie Yep. Wot'm I goin' to git nex' Chris'mus?
CHRISTMAS AND CLEARANCE SALE
BARGAINS FOR CASH
J. I. Silva's Eleele Store
IS NOW ON
Until Christmas we will sell at Greatly Reduced Cost
Prices Holiday and other Goods in order
to realize and to make room
Dry Goods of Every Description Extensive Line of Notions
Towels Boots and Shoes Suit Cases
Blankets Hats and Caps Children's Headware
Neckwear Children's Ready-
Great Variety of Shirts Glassware
Cut Glass, Etc.
J. I. SILVA'S Eleele Store
BARGAINS FOR CASH
Suggestive Gifts j
Scissor Sets, Manicure Sets, Safety Razor
Sets, Flash Lights, Boy Scout Pocket
Knives, Carving Sets, Tool Chests, Tool
Cabinets, Pearl and Stag Handled Pocket
Knives, Razors and Razor Strops.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Materials.
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Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 1G2. .
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REAL ESTATE and
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cae Making
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
There is no smoke no'r odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is alt vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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