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THK GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1916
Chamber of Commerce
(Continued from page .)
Kotel Hint a commission, nppoint-
od partly 1 y tin- governor and part
ly lv t ho Chamber, lm created to
' investigate the property, road
' sHhmih-h, etc. It wax n beautiful
site for just, purh n purpose as hail
been suggested and In- would like to
. POO the idea fully developed.
1 Hon J. II. Coney said the suin-
" mer park idea wan Rood, but the
eost should be taken into considera
tion right at the start olT. It should
' lie 1orno in mindth.it keeping up
parks cost a groat deal of money.
. Where was that money coming from
" in this case?
Mr. Wislmrd was not alarmed
about the expense. The proposition
'was to make it a eai.ip site, which
would not necessarily Ik; expensive.
The s-enery was th're' and could
not be improved upon, and as the
land would shortly be available and
useful for little or nothing else,
it should be turned into a camp
site. The speaker heartily support
ed the suirgeption of Mr. Moragne.
Mr. (Vncy inquire! as to what
use the land was now being put. .
Senator llice replied that it was.
; a part of the forest reserve, although
.under lease to private parties.
In answer to a question, Mr.
(ieorgc Kwart stated that the lease
on the particular reserve referred to
. would expire December 27, 1917,
and that the land would then revert
" to the government.
Senator Rice explained the prob
' able needs of a camp site up there'
in the way of roads, water-piping,
protection from fire, etc. lie des
cribed the climate as most excellent,
the t heroinetor running down to lit
. and 35 degrees.
Judge Ilofgaard said that he had
been all over the property. It could
not ! be.iten anywhere for summer
, (lamp purposes, but was useless for
. anything else. -The important con
sideration in connection with it was
a road that automobiles might use.
J Senator Hiee sugge.-ted that Ten i
"' Corial prisoners might, be employed
in building the required road.
U. ', Here followed a great deal of dis"
" q-u.-sion as to the number of enmp
: sites. that might, be accommodated
o " ! he wailublc area.
! Albert llonu r, Jr. described the
Country ai'd referred to the road
lea hire as e Ttaiii to be expensive.
.' Mr. Ji. A. Crecvey explained the
condition of the pros nt roid and
the .iiilieuliies of trav lover il.
Mr. 'Moragne ohs;vvd that the
road proliiem shoul I be tackled
gra luaMy. It could be built as re
; iuiivinents called for extensions.
. Mr. Wishard did not think it ad-
visable for the supei visors of tin1
' county to take n band directly in
v the matter. The committee sug
gested could handle it all right.
. Mr. Momgno explained that he
wanted to go into the matter thor
oughly jmd the more representative
the committee the better, lie sug-
; guested that for the government
Messrs. (t. K. Larrison, B. (5
Kivenlaugli and Forester Judd net
with the Chamber's committee.
Senator Bice moved that the sec
' retary write to the three gentle
men nftiiicd, asking them to serve
on the committee. Carried.
Senator Bice also moved that
"the secretary address a letter to the
Board of supervisors of Kauai r
questing it to render eveiy possible
assistance to the committee. Car
Judge C. 15. Ilofgaard called at
tention to the fad that the term
of olliee of Circuit Judge L. A
Dickey Lad expired. Tin1 Chamber
was a non-i'.oiit leal organization
and the speaker felt that the court c
should also !c considered out of
politics, lie thereupon introduced
. the following resolutions:
Whereas, The term of otliee
of the llmi. I.yle A. Dickey, judge
of the circuit court of the Fifth
. Judicial Circuit, island of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii, has expired.
"Whereas, Judge Dickey has
' discharged the duties of his high
: oHieo to the entire satisfaction of
the people of the isla.id of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii Then fore, lie
'Res ilve l. That t h e Kauai
Chainbef'cil' f'oinnieree (".dor-'es and
recommends the re-nppointment of
Judge Lyle' A. Dickey to succeed
himself as judge of the circuit court
of the Fifth Judicial Circuit, island
and county of Kauai, Territory of
"Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be transmitted by wire-
ess to the proper department at
The resolution?! were seconded by
Senator Chan. A. Bice and adopted
by unanimous vote.
Treasurer Silva reported cash on
ind to be more than $W.
Senator Bice suggested that L. L.
MeCandless, candidate for delegate
to Congress, who was present in the
room, lie asked to address the
Chamber. This was done and the
visitor discoursed for more than
half hour on public lands,
the financial condition of the Ter
ritory, homesteading and other
points of immediate concern. He
complimented very highly the work
of the Kauai supervisors and the
roads of Kauai.
The following Were elected t(
membership in the Chamber: Judge
J. L. Hjortli, J..de. C. Jervis, J. 1'.
Clapper, Wm. Miller, W. (J. Pillar
and C. W. Smith.
In Tuic CiKcrrr Court, Fifth
Circuit, Tkkkitory of
In Probate At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of
Leong Mook, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Accounts, Determin
ing Trust and Distributing the
On reading and filing the peti
tion and Recounts of C S. Frank
lin, Administrator de boms non of
the Estate of Leong Mook, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to
be allowed $65.58 and charged
with $85.75, and asks that the
same be examined and approved,
and that a final order be made of
Disti ibution ot the remaining prop
erty to the persons thereto entitled
and discharging petitioner and
sureties from all further responsi
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
11th day of Nov. A. I). 1916, at 9
o'clock A M before the Judge
presiding at Chambers of said
Court at nis Court Room in the
Judicial Building in Lihue, Coun-
tv of Kauai, be and the same here
by is appointed the time and place
for hearing snid Pttitioti and Ac
counts, and that all persons inter
ested may then and there appear
and show cause, if any they have.
why the same should not be grant
ed, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to the said
Dated the 30th day of Sept. 1916.
sgd Lyle A, Dickey,
Judge, Circuit Court, Fifth Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Signed) D. Wm. Dean.
Clerk of said Court.
Wo ni'iilly puck ami mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P O.Box No 594 Honolulu
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Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
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Sold by dealers everywhere and
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Let Us Do All Your
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everything in the
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1917 SUPER SIX
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a separate chart for each
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early in life nnd taught the
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. . .
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