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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1915,
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
The secretary of the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce writes as
follows to the Kauai Chamber of
"A meeting has just been held
of the general committee represent
ing the island cf Oahu and made
up of one representative from each
organization. We have organized
bv the appointment of the under
signed as chairman and secretary,
and we immediately got vo work
on the matter of transportation.
We are working for and hope to
get either the Kilauea or Mauna
Kea. We will not have a definite
answer until Wednesday, but it
looks as though we would be able
to swing it.
"I was very much gratified
this morning when the com
mittee representing your island
definitely answered my question as
to whether or not some of the
delegates would b e allowed to
bring their wives. Inasmuch as
the question was answered in the
affirmative, some of our delegates
will be, I am sure, very much
"Our committee has been ask
ed to find out trom you what the
l'.otel rates are to be on Kauai. I
recall the arrangements which were
made by the Maui Civic Conven
tion Committee last vear and those
who stopped at the hotels on Maui
were called upon to pav certain
"If I am propounding questions
too rapidly, please tell me. You
will appreciate, however, that a
great many questions are arising
eveiy day. I should like to be
placed in touch with all sorts of
information so that I will he able
ro meet them when they come.
"If I understand correctly, the
Chamber of Commerce of Hono
lulu is to handle but two subjects;
"Need of a Civic Conscience" and
"Politics and Civic Efficiency." the
first of which was assigned to Mr.
L. A. Thurston and the second to
Mr. I. N. Steinbach. I under
stood later that Mr. Thurston is
unable to handle "Need of a Civic
Conscience" and that this Cham
ber is to select someone to take his
place. Am I correct in that?
"I wish vou would, as soon as
possible, give me all the details,
in fact a complete program show
ing what we are to do, when we
are to do and where we are to do,
so that I, in turn, may notify the
"With kindest regards, I am,
"Very truly yours,
"R. C. Brown.
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Passengers In And Out
The following passengers arriv
ed by the Kinau Wednesday morn
ing from Honolulu: W. Brash,
Master Brash, Miss Waterhouse,
Mrs. VVaterhouse, W. Lydgate,
Mrs. Lydgate, M.Brandt, M.Oza
ki. F. Dodge, R. C. Lichtenfels,
Miss C. K. Dawson, Miss B.
Scharch, Miss T, Lindley, Mrs.
E. H. Reeves, Antone Fernandez
and wife, Miss Fernandez, Miss
E. Kalawe, H. R. Peters and wife,
Mrs. J. Kalana.Jr., C. F. Johnson,
Hee Fat, Iwamoto, L. P. Scott, C.
R. Forbes, D. W. Dean, C. H.
i Brown, Mr. and Mrs.D K. Havsel
jden. C. A. Rice, Mrs. C. A. Rice,
j Miss Brown, Miss L. Deinert, J. D.
Cook, A. Gartenberg, B. Wagoner,
D. B. McConachie, Miss L. Kama
! ka. Miss M. Fernandez, K. Ka
; nami, F. Wong. Chung Kee, Hong
See, Mrs. Tong See. Tong See.
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Hindle, Detective A. M. McDnfiie,
About two weeks ago, wlun a
committee of members of the Kau
ai Chamber of Commerce now at
Honolulu was appointed to handle
matters connected with the coming
Civic Convention at that ml. Hon
Paul Isenberg was named as its
chairman. Mr. Isenberg has writ
ten the following letter to the
Chamber, in which are embodied
interesting and timely suggestions:
Your two letters of August 2nd.
and August 7th. have been duly
received and this is the first chance
I have had to answer them per
sonally since rav accident. I hr.ve
endeavored to hold two meetings
to which only myself and Mr.
Cyril O. Smith came. I understand
that Mr. A very has returned to
Kauai and Mr. Bush, to whom a
notice of the meeting on Monday
last was mailed, did not appear,
so your committee has been unable
to get a quorum and. therefore,
transact any business.
I would suggest to the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce that the
selection of absent members of the
committee be left to the chairman
to fill and appoint. Otherwise, the
committee that you have endeavor
ed to select on Oahu will not be
able to do any business on account
of no quorum.
The secretary of the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce has met
with us twice and the question of
asking ladies to go on this t:ip
with the members of the Chic
Convention has been brought to
our attention, and both Mr. Smith
and I are very much in favor of
their going along, and 1 hope the
Kauai Chamber of Commerce will
back up the opinion of the two
active members of this committee.
Transportation: I understand it
is going to be the endeavor of the
transportation committee to secure
the Kilauea for this trip as it is
exnected that about two hundred
and fifty people will make the trip,
including those from Hawaii and
Maui. My proposition is this: That
the Kilanea go to Ahukini instead
of Nawiliwili; that the Lihue
Plantation be asked to put a train
at the disposal of the Convention
and take the people either to the
Hotel or to the Lihue Plantation
mill, and at one of these places
breakfast be served to the Con
vention. I will personally write a
letter to the President and Directors
of the Lihue Plantation and ask
them to grant this privilege From
the hotel or the mill the Conven
tion then can be taken care of by
those who are willing to do so.
Certainly the committees that
are working in Honolulu are doing
their very utmost to make this trip
to Kauai a success, and are doing
all in their power to make it so.
and it is up to the Kauai Chamber
of Commerce to do all they can at
the Kauai end of it to help out as
much as possible; and also to make
it a grand success.
Very truly yours,
Paul R. Isekuerg.
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