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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCT. 23, 1917
Ann ounce me n t
I am appointed a
(ti'tiernl Agent for
The Home Insurance Co.
of Hawaii, Limited
Western States Life
And it i n now in position to i
pne policies for the following:
Fire, Life, Health, Accident,
Marine, Surity and '
UegiHtorcd Mail Insurance
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(ienernl Agent for tlie Inland of
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adopted without a' dissenting vote.
1 lin special coinniittco annomted
at tin Inst rogulnr inoeting to look
into the feasibility of a County Fair
for this county, was called on for. a
report, and Mr. Broad bent reported
that a meeting hml been held in
Lihue at, which all the members
but one was present, and that the
consensus of opinion as gathered by
the different members for the sev
eral districts of the Island wan that
owing to the great call on people's
time oeeassoned by activities in
connection with the war, and to
the prevalence of Anthrax on the
Island that it ;ould not be. prac
tical to' hold a. Fair on the scale
Mr. Crowell was called on for a
report from the committe appoint
ed at the recent special meeting to
investigate matters in connection
with the Waimca embankment, and
said that owing to some delay in
the delivery of a certain letter he
was not able to give the Chamber
any information at this time
Mr. Coney was called on for a
report as to the visit of the Con
gressional party, and stated that he
had written to Honolulu in this re
gard but had received no reply, but
understood that the. intention was
to leave out Kauai entirely.
This information brought vigor
ous protect on the part of a number
of members It being pointed out
that Kauai was at the present tima
more in the limelight at Washing
ton than any of the other Islands,
owing to the fact that the bulk of
the Public land to be available for
homesteading, that would be affect
ed by the recently proposed amend
ment to the Organic act, was situate
on this Island, and that the atten
tion of Congress had repeatedly
been called to the Nawiliwili Har
bor proposition, and-that as Kauai
was payiug her share of the ex
pense of the trip, the party should
certainly be given the opportunity
to see for themselves, and to talk
with the people of this County, re
garding these matters.
Senator Coney was asked by the
President to enter a vigorous pro
test with the other members of the
Legislative entertainment commit
tee, and demand recognition for
Kauai, and to report at the earliest
possible moment to the directors of
the Chamber, in order that they
may have timeHo take the matter
up in case no action to remedy the
oversight, is taken by this commit
tee. Mr. Moragne, one of the Cham
ber's delegates to the Civic conven
tion recently held in Honolulu, re
ported a donation the, delegation,
had made at that time, to the Red
Cross, of slOO.00. and for which
amount he had given his peisonal
check. He received the hearty ap
proval of the Chamber for his ac
tion, and the treasurer . was in
structed to reimburse -Mr. Moragn.e
for that amount.
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The President suggested that as I
there was no more worthy cause
that the Chamber could contribute
money to, that perhaps the members
present would like to take advan
tage of the present to make some
personal donations Mr. Brandt
moved that a collection be imme
diately taken and the proceeds
donated to the Kauai branch of the
Red Cross. Mr. Wishard seconded
the motion, which was carried
unanimously, and the sum of $61. GA
was collected and turned over to
the Treasurer to forward.
It was also moved and carried
that a similar collection be made at
all regular meetings of the Cham
ber, during the war, and that all
members, unable to attend send in
their contributions to the treasurer,
it being expected that every mem
ber will contribute regularly.
A communication from the secre
tary of the Lihue Religious-Educational
Campaign was read by the
secretary, inviting the members of
the Kauai Chamber of Commerce
to attend the meeting to be held on
Thursday, Oct. 25, which meeting
has been ' designated Chamber of
Commerce night, special seats being
reserved for the members, their
wives, families and friends. Mr.
Wishard moved, and Mr. Moragne
seconded that the Chamber accept
the invitation, and attend in a
body. The motion carried unanimously.
. A proposed new schedule for the
S. S. Kinau was read to the Cham
ber, and -after considerable discus
sion was referred to the committees
on passenger, freight and mail ser
vice, for report as soon as possible
to the Directors.
The attention of the Chamber
was called to the coming School
Gardens Contest, Rimilar to the one
conducted by the Star-Bulletion
last winter, and the suggestion that
the Chamber offer a sum to be used
as prizes. The Treasurer was in
structed to notify Mr. A. II. Case
that $25.00 would be donated for
The attention of the Chamber
was called to the President's, and
the Governor's proclamation, set
ting Thursday, Oct 24th, as Liberty
Day, and.it was suggested that the
Chamber conduct a Patriotic meet
ing at Lihue on the afternoon of
J that day. The suggestion met with
the hearty approval of the mem
bers, and called forth several en
thusiastic and patriotic speeches.
It was decided to request the
Rev. Laughton of Hilo, who will le
on the Island on that day to deliver
the address, and the time set was
for 2:30 p.m. at the Armory in
t Lihue. It was suggested "that as
many of theolder children of the
public schools of the Island as pos
' Bible be present, and several of the
members immediately offered the
use of trucks for that purpose witn-
The President appointed the fol
lowing committee .to take charge of
the arrangements: 1. l.randt. J
I. Sllva, J. K. Farley, IS. II. W.
Broadbent, Dr. Kuhns, J. K. Mey
ers, W. Sanborn and Mr. Ijomis
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