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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST lfi, 1921
THE S. S. "CLAUDINE"
will sail on Monday night, August 22,
from Honolulu to Port Allen direct,
omitting Nawiliwili. Will return to
Honolulu on Friday, August 26th, sail
ing from Nawiliwili as usual.
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J. I. SILVA'S
Col. and Mrs. William Meng, for
mer residents of Lihue, are still on
tbc-lr copra hunting expedition to tve ,)Utllne of the Droeram for th6
rr.imjra lsianus ana it iookb now as
time. The schooner-yacht. La Palo- bepn recelvel ter0 from the program
mo., iiH went 10 viBii mem recency .,,.. . nnlnmhla M With
was unable to land or to see any lhe date8 of the Congrefl8 definitely
Eri 01 mem aue 10 extremely rougn ,lxnf, Bt nrtflbfir M , 05 and with
wentner. Boats clont make trips
that way every month either.
In the yacht that tried to visit the . th fnp thn hllslni,B- a,
iweugs were tour Honolulu men ana
sioiiB and for the program of enter
tainment and sightseeing on which
the Hawaiian committee proposes to
The first session of the congress
will men at 8:00 o'clock on the ev-
cr-yacht La Paloma -from Washing- lng o 0ctober n the delegates'
le woman. The Star-Bulletin says:
Four Honolulu men and a woman
are enjoying the comforts of home
today following their return here
yesterday afternoon on the schoon-
ton, Fanning and Palmyra islands.
kipper; Mrs. Anderson, E. V.
Baldwin, formerly of Watsonvllle;
Mengs Are Still On Tentative Program For
Their Copra Hunt Worlds Press Congress
HONOLULU, August 12. A tenta-
ibey might stay there for some
Piesfa Congress of the World to be
held at Honolulu in October, has
a possible extension of the visit to
20 osys, additional time will be ad-
fiist day at Honolulu. The steamer
They are W. O. Anderson, the 8chedule caUa for thetr arrival here
at daybreak that morning. The in
itlal session will consist merely of
Charles Wandrey, formerly of Mon- th(, fomal 0peningi when Hawaii
r.na, ana Alec Anderson: nie yacnti ... -.,eoma lt9 i0urnalistlc visit-
is tied up today at Pier 3, the Inter.- ors lhrough lt8 official spokesmen,
Island's big drydock basin, while and ,nter at a receptlon.
the adventurers recuperate from the The four day8 lmmediately follow-
hardships of their oyage.- . fho .., nnninl, wiii be de-
Accordins to Captain Anderson's . t - buBille88 BeBalons in the
story, La Paloma was sailed from morning8 and afternoons, and the
Honolulu to Fanning in ten days, Hu,v.llian comnmtee will fill the ev-
Ihmce over to the Palmyra group. en,nga wlth deilghtfui introductions
Anderson is the Captain Anderson, tQ Honolulu.B countless interests. .At
who r.-as a skipper of the Jane Wal- he conclu8,0n 0f the fifth day the
Ket , a trading 8cnoonert lost in me fornlal pr0grani will have been corn
South Seas years ago. He is a son pleted and the Hawaiian hosts will
01 me ureig w-io owneu miming haV(J fun charge of the congress par-
wasnmgton lsianas, ana is a nepnew . w, pnmn tha never-to-be-
of wuuam ana James ureig wno torgollen tour through the wonder-
a.we uvea were musi oi meir lives. I,nnd- ot Hawaii, with a Specially
Wbiie at tanning, Anaerson vis- hrtpred Bteamer to make the in-
ted his uncle, James Greig. The . . . t . model of COnveni-
yacht left Honolulu three months ago , thorouehness. The dele-
today. At Fanning Anderson came l wJU not flgain be gathered in
c.cwn wun inuuenza ana was nurseu buft,ne88 Bessiong until October 25th,
by the skipper's wife. The yacht lost ,agt day of the congrea8 when a
au anchor at Fanning and then sail- k, meetlng win be heid for such
ea to wasnmgton isiana, wnere jam- buginC88 R8 requlre8 attention.
es Greig was found and a fine visit I ,. ,,, for tha business nro-
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IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
A cecond anchor was lost at Wash
ington island. The yacht then sailed
for Palmyra to visit the three "Rob
inson Crusoes" there, Col. and Mrs.
William Mene, and Edwin Benner
Jr., but the yachting party was un
able to land owing to bad weather
end saw no signs of the three resi
dents of the inland.
Returning La Paloma worked for
three weeks toward Oahu and was
becalmed for a week off Kauai be
fore the breeze returned. All three
are tanned to a deep mahogany col-
gram is as follows:
First Day 8 p. m.: Formal opening
of Congress. Welcome address and
Second Day 9 a. m.: General Dis
cussion; Appointment of Commit
tees; Addresses; Discussion. 2 p.
m.: Divisional conferences on
Journalistic education, the daily
press, the weekly press, the maga
zine, and periodical Journalism.
Third. Day 9 a. m.: General discus
sion; Addresses; Discussion. 2 p.
miltee reports. 2 p. m.: Divisional
conferences; Committee meetings.
or. They had only beans, fish and Foalth Day9 a. m.: General ses
coffee to eat during the lost few days
of the homeward voyage.
COMING TO CONGRESS
s'on: Addrtsses; Discussion. 2 p.
m.: General discussion.
Fifth Day 9 a. m. and 2 p. m.: Pan-
Pacific regional press conference.
It is expected that the delegates
will begin arriving here about Octo-
Among the free-lance writers ap-1 bei 1st.
pointed as delegates to the Press
Congress of the World at Honolulu opftWLPRS '
n- r-1 t .. Of t .,i M, NIGHT PROWLERS
Is T. Elmore Lucey of St. Louis. Mr.
Lucey is - best known as the found
er and publisher for a dozen years
of the Missouri Mule, a humorous,
satirical and literary magazine, a la
Roycroft. He was reared in country
Hilo has a bunch of night prowlers
whose sole object seems to be to
Journalism, having entered the office mke !ite miserable for Ben Stod-
of the Russell (Ark) Democrat as dird. who was formerly owner and
devil over thirty years ago, and I manuger of the Stoddard Aviation
since then, In addition to bio work as company and later ranchman for the
a rnitiorm entertainer, Has written lctlauea plantation. The night walk
foature stories, poems and miscel-er have visited Ben's house twice
laiieous articles for many newspap-1 ic the past two weeks.
er? ana perioaicals, published several I Abr,ut two weeks ago the house
volumes of verse, written nnd pro- hoJd wa8 awakened by a big racket
duced pageants and dramas, and on the front ,anal By tne time Mr.
made many thousands laugh at varl- stoddard got up there was no one
ous press conventions. (llo nnrph al,hnneh a man could
following attendance at the press . ffipn ruflnhlK oft the premises.
congress, Mr. Lucey contemplates a H(, waa evldently frightened for he
m tour, via ivew .eaiana, aus- d,d nQt come back for over ten
..una aim me u: lum. l . . .. k ,l 1,1a ontionr.
ance while Mr. Stoddard was away
THE HOME TOWN from home.
The second visit was made at ten
(bxcliange unidentified) o'clock in the evening. A man came
'.'here are fancier towns than our cn the porch and tried to force
little town, there are town3 that are I ;ba door in. The servants cried out
bfeger thac this, and the people I an(j Mr9. Stoddard phoned for the
who live in the smaller towns don't police. By the time the officers ar-
Unow what excitement they miss. I riVed there was nothing to be seen
There are things that you see in the but a bunch of frightened women.
weaiinier towns mat you can t in a I Mr stoddrvrd has bought him a
town mats small; and yet up ana hl.lldoe and ba8 EOt the old gun In-
down, there is no other town like tQ commi8Bi0n again. He is sure that
our intie town after all. It may be n,)W that he l8 m a position to re
that the streets aren't long, they- celve visitors, he will have no more
re i.ot wiae nor maybe straight, but caner8
the neighbors you know in your own I
little town all welcome a fellow its! ..
I Evadina the Issue.
Iff 11D VI mmw
taste George. I wish you'd let me
tering town, with its palace and pave- buy your clothes."
n!fnt end thrall, in the midst of the Hubby "You're on, Annabeller!
throng you will frequently long for soon as I have a suit to sell, I'll no-
you' own little town after all. If tify you'"
you live and you work in your own
llitle town, in spite of the fact that
it's email, you'll find it a fact that
our own little town is the best little
tr.wn after all.
There will always be vacancies in
tho heavenly choir for a few more
BLAME THE DRIVER 4
Ho tried to walk across the street
with his legs, light his pipe with his
hands and mouth, see a pretty girl
with his eyes, and think about his
errand with his brain, all at one and
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