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大正13年7月16日(1924年)

是日、当協会幹事河井弥八、同年七月末ヨリアメリカ合衆国ハワイニ於テ開催セラルベキ、太平洋食物保存会議参列本邦代表委員岸上鎌吉派遣費ノ件ニ関シ、栄一ニ書通ス。栄一、古河虎之助・森村開作ニ勧説シテ各一千円、計三千円ヲ同月二十日当協会ニ寄付ス。


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(アレグザンダー・エッチ・フォード)書翰 小畑久五郎一九二四年五月二九日
                     (渋沢子爵家所蔵)
             THE
          PAN-PACIFIC UNION
            HONOLULU May 29, 1924
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Mr. K. Obata
  Secretary to Viscount Shibusawa
  Tokyo, Japan
My dear Mr. Obata:
  I enclose program of the coming Pan-Pacific Food Conservation Conference, and you will see on the last page something about Dr. Leebrick and our Japanese-American work here. I do hope that Viscount Shibusawa can help us in sending delegates to this Conference. We can make it, I think, of great, great service to Japan and America in the future. I have had Pan-Pacific Committees appointed in the different Chambers of Commerce on the Pacific coast and there is a much more friendly tone.
  I am glad to say that our two honorary officers in Washington, President Coolidge and Secretary Hughes, have ably represented the sentiment of the Pan-Pacific Union.
  I know you will be interested in the enclosed clipping concerning the delegation from Indo-China.
               Truly yours,
               (Signed) A. H. Ford
                    Drector
                    PAN-PACIFIC UNION
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            THE
         PAN-PACIFIC UNION
             HONOLULU May 31, 1924
Viscount E. Shibusawa
 Tokyo, Japan
My dear Viscount :
  I am enclosing program of the Pan-Pacific Food Conservation Conference and know you will do all you can to help get us a fine delegation of men to speak on the different sections designated. The enclosed clipping tells of the important delegates being sent by Indo-China.
  With best regards and hoping that you will feel like visiting us at the time of the Conference, I am
             Truly yours,
             (Signed) A. H. Ford
                  Derector,
                  PAN-PACIFIC UNION
(同封新聞切抜)
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(小畑久五郎)書翰控 アレグザンダー・エッチ・フォード宛一九二四年六月二五日
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                    June 25, 1924
Mr. A. H. Ford
 Honolulu, Hawaii
My dear Mr. Ford,
  Your note of May 29, 1924 duly reached me. Also one to Viscount Shibusawa of the date May 31 reached this office. The enclosure ― namely the program of the Pan-Pacific Food Coservation Conference ― will be translated and submitted to the good Viscount very soon. The provisional program for the Y.M.C.A. Conference was already submitted to him. You will be glad to know that the Viscount is well and actively engaged in all kinds of good works.
           Yours sincerely,
               (Signed) K. Obata
                       Secretary

BULLETIN OF THE PAN-PACIFIC UNION New Series No.57, pp.3―16. July, 1924 PROGRAM : PAN-PACIFIC FOOD CONSERVATION CONFERENCE(DK370105k-0005)
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BULLETIN OF THE PAN-PACIFIC UNION
                New Series No.57, pp.3―16.
                July, 1924
          PROGRAM
     PAN-PACIFIC FOOD CONSERVATION
          CONFERENCE
    HONOLULU, HAWAII July 31 to August 14, 1924
  ………………
    Tentative Program for the First Pan-Pacific
     Food Conservation Conference, Honolulu,
       July 31 to August 14, 1924

       THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1924
          MORNING
  9:00 A. M. Reception of Delegates by Trustees of Pan-Pacific Union at the Pan-Pacific Club Rooms, Alexander Young Hotel.
  Visits to the University of Hawaii, the Aquarium, the Board of Agriculture and Forestry.
               NOON
  Visit to the Federal Agricultural Experiment Station, where a lunch of native fruits and foods will be served.
              AFTERNOON
  After lunch a visit to the Planters' Experiment Station and the Bishop Museum.
               EVENING
  Pan-Pacific dance at the Moana Hotel, Waikiki.
         FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1924
               MORNING
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       AT THE PALACE GROUNDS
  8:30 A. M.  Pan-Pacific flag pageant and presentation of the flags of all Pacific nations to the visiting Delegates assembled on the steps of Iolani Palace, now the Executive Building.
  9:00 A. M.  Opening of the Conference in the Throne Room of the Iolani Palace.
  Assembling of the Delegates in the Throne Room of the ancient kings of Hawaii and formal opening of the Conference.
  Announcement by the Director of the Pan-Pacific Union, Alexander Hume Ford, that the Delegates have assembled and are prepared to have the Conference turned over to them.
  Honorable Wallace R. Farrington, Governor of Hawaii and President of the Pan-Pacific Union, speaking from the throne, welcomes the visitors and officially turns over the Conference to the temporary Chairman of the First Pan-Pacific Food Conservation Conference, Dr. L. O. Howard and the Delegates assembled.
  Address by Dr. L. O. Howard, calling the conference to order to elect permanent officers and to adopt an official program.
  Reading of the message of Honorable Calvin S. Coolidge, President of the United States of America and Honorary President of the Pan-Pacific Union.
  Reading of messages and cables from heads of Pacific countries that are honorary officers of the Pan-Pacific Union.
  Naming of Chairmen of the several group sections.
  The following are the group sections, with those asked by the Pan-Pacific Union to act as temporary leaders until the gathering of the Delegates to appoint permanent officers on :
  1. International Law and Agreements in the Pan-Pacific Area. (R. Masujima, former President, Japan Bar Association.)
  2. Fish Conservation and Protection in the Pan-Pacific Area (Dr. Barton Everman, Director, Museum, California Academy of Science.)
  3. Economic Entomology in the Pacific. (Dr. L. O. Howard, Chief of the Division of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agriculture.)
  4. Plant Pathology and Its Uses in the Pan-Pacific Area. (W. A. Orton, Plant Pathologist, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. A.)
  5. Plant and Animal Quarantine in the Pacific. (Wu Lien Teh, Chief, Manchurian Plague Prevention Service.)
  6. Animal Husbandry. (W. O. Levine, Dean Animal Husbandry, Canton Christian College, China.)
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  7. Meteorology and Climatology in Their Relation to Agriculture. (Father Algue, Manila Observatory.)
  8. Forestry and Its Relation to Crop Production in the Pacific Area. (Dr. Lin Dao Yang, Forestry Board, China.)
  9. Topography of Land and Sea. (Colonel E. Lester Jones, Chief, Coast and Geodetic Survey, U. S. A.) (Bringing a vessel to demonstrate sonic sounding.)
  10. Crop Development and Improvement in Pacific Lands. (Dr. Elwood Mead, U. S. Department of the Interior, U.S.A.)
  11. Food Transportation and Distribution in the Pacific Area. (Robert Newton Lynch, Vice President and Manager, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.)
  Regular Order of the Day.
  Adjournment.
              NOON
  Luncheon with the Trustees of the Union in the rooms of the Pan-Pacific Club, Young Hotel.
          AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M. Meetings of Group Sections in the rooms of the Pan-Pacific Club, or, if preferred, at the different scientific and agricultural institutions.
           EVENING
  Entertainment and dinner given by the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce.
        SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1924
           MORNING
     A TRIP AROUND THE ISLAND OF OAHU
  8:30 A. M. Delegates and wives meet at the rooms of the Pan-Pacific Club, Alexander Young Hotel.
  Motor cars will be supplied by the Honolulu Automobile Club. The guests will be taken to Wahiawa, the pineapple region, and a luncheon will be served by the Association of Hawaiian Pineapple Canners.
           AFTERNOON
  After lunch the trip will be continued around the island, returning by way of Nuuanu Pali, or precipice. Those who wish may stop at Haleiwa or Kaneohe for a visit in the glass-bottom boats to the submarine coral gardens.
        SUNDAY, AUGUST 3, 1924
           MORNING
  Services in English, Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese and other Pacific languages in the churches and temples.
           AFTERNOON
  In the afternoon tea will be served on the grounds of the
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 Outrigger Canoe Club, and those who wish may enjoy riding before the waves in the ancient Hawaiian mahogany canoes, or on the surf-boards.
           EVENING
  Services at the churches. Educational motion films of Pacific lands will be shown at the Public Library or elsewhere, under the direction of Dr. J. Maris Boggs, head of the Bureau of Commercial Economic. (Arrangements will be made for the showing of motion films from Pacific lands at frequent intervals during the period of the Conference.)
        MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1924
           MORNING
  9:00 A. M. In the Throne Room of Iolani Palace. Conference called to order.
Addresses by distinguished members of the several groups.
           NOON
  Luncheon as guests of members of the different clubs in Honolulu. Ladies of the party invited.
           AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M. Group sessions.
           EVENING
  6:00 P. M. Guests of the Chinese Community at dinner and entertainment. Informal dress.
        TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1924
           MORNING
  9:00 A. M. Conference called to order in the Throne Room of Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on Fishery Problems.
  It is expected that this discussion will be participated in by such leaders as Dr. Barton Everman, American Association for the Advancement of Science; David Stead, Department of Fisheries, Sydney Museum, Australia ; Dr. Hugh M. Smith, Chief of the Fisheries Bureau, Siam; Dr. K. Kishinouye, Fishery Department, Tokyo, Japan; Dr. David Starr Jordan, President Emeritus. Leland Stanford University; Dr. C. Ping of the China Science Society; Henry O'Malley, Chief of the Bureau of Fisheries, U. S. A.; Dr. Josephine Tilden; Dr. Henry A. Erickson; Dr. W. A. Riley of the University of Minnesota; Dr. T. C. Frye of the University of Washington; Professor L. E. Griffin of Reed College, Portland, Oregon; Dr. F. L. Light, Amoy University, China; C. B. Lastretto, Pan-American Society; Professor Harry Beal Torrey, University of Oregon; Dr. M. Oshima, Institute of Science, Formosa, and others.
  Adjournment.
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             NOON
  Lunch as guests of the Good Relations Club of the Pan-Pacific Union at the Club Rooms, Young Hotel.
           AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M. Group sessions.
           EVENING
  Free to spend with friends or for a rest.
      WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1924
           MORNING
  9:00 A. M. Conference called to order in the Throne Room of the Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on the Entomological Problems of the Pan-Pacific area.
  It is expected that the following leading authorities on this subject will be among those who will take part in the discussions : Dr. L. O. Howard, Chief of the U. S. Entomological Bureau; Professor E. O. Essig, University of California; Professor Trevor Kinkaid, University of Washington; Dr. Herbert Osborn, Ohio State University; D. S. North, Fiji; Dr. R. J. Tillyard, New Zealand; C. F. Wu, Soochow University of China; Dr. H. C. Zen, President, Science Society of China; Dr. Leopold Uichanco, College of Agriculture, Los Banos, P. I.
           NOON
  Lunch as guests of the Women's Clubs in Honolulu.
           AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M. Group sessions.
           EVENING
  6:00 P. M. Guests of the younger element of Pan-Pacific races in Hawaii at dinner and entertainment. Informal dress.
       THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1924
  9:00 A. M.  Conference called to order in the Throne Room of the Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on the problems the plant pathologists face in the Pan-Pacific area. Diseases of plants that are carried from one country to another which destroy entire crops and long established food industries.
  It is expected that the discussion will be led by such recognized authorities as : C. L. Marlatt, Chairman, Federal Horticultural Board, U. S. A.; W. A. Orton, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. A.; Dr. Rodney B. Harvey, University of Minnesota; Dr. F. D. Fromme, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station; Prof. L. R. Jones, University of Wisconsin; Prof. B. C. Aston, Department of Agriculture, Wellington, N. Z.; Dr. P.
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W. Tsau, Dean, National Southeastern University, Nanking; N. G. Teodoro, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I.; Migaka Ishida, Director, Sugar Experiment Station, Formosa. Other delegates from Sugar Experiment Stations will address the several sections on their special investigations.
             NOON
  Lunch with English-speaking Union at Pan-Pacific Club Rooms.
             AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M. Group sessions.
             EVENING
  Rest or with friends.
        FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1924
             MORNING
  9:00 A. M. Conference called to order in the Throne Room of the Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on Animal Husbandry, Plant and Animal Quarantine problems. Need of uniform laws in the Pan-Pacific area on these subjects.
  The following are among the recognized authorities that are expected to be heard from on these subjects : Hon. W. W. Gillies, Minister for Agriculture, Queensland, Australia; I. Kuwana, Chief Plant Quarantine Inspector, Yokohama, Japan; C. O. Levine, Canton Christian College; Francesco Clara, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I., and others.
             NOON
  Lunch with Korean Community.
             AFTERNOON
  No group sessions.
  5:00 P. M. Embark on inter-island steamer for a visit to the Volcano of Kilauea.
        SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1924
             MORNING
  Arrive at Hilo early Saturday morning; visit the beauty spots about the city; a trip over the great scenic railway, a viaduct for nearly twenty miles along the ocean front at the base of Mt. Mauna Kea, nearly 14,000 feet high.
             NOON
  Lunch with the Rotarians; addresses by Hon. George Fowlds of the Auckland, N. Z., Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce; George Fitch, Secretary of the Shanghai, China, Rotary Club.
             AFTERNOON
  Motor to the volcano and spend the late afternoon and
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evening at the edge of the lake of burning fire.
        SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1924
            MORNING
  A quiet day at the Volcano House.
            AFTERNOON
  Motor trip to Hilo and the steamer for Honolulu.
        MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1924
            MORNING
  7:00 A. M. Arrive Honolulu.
  9:30 A. M. Conference called to order in the Throne Room of the Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on Food Transportation and Distribution Problems in the Pacific Area. It is expected that among the leaders in this discussion will be : Robert Newton Lynch, Vice President and Manager, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce; R. J. Aikens, formerly of the New Zealand Railways; G. R. Asano, Director, T. K. K. S. S. Co., Japan; William McMurray, representative, Union Pacific Railway systems; Hon. George Fowlds, Auckland, N. Z., Chamber of Commerce; Chen Chenk Kwan, Canton Christian College, delegate from Indo-China, and others.
            NOON
  Lunch at hotels or at Pan-Pacific Club.
           AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M.  General session Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on Crop Improvement and Development, Present and Potential, in the Pan-Pacific Area..
  It is expected that the discussion will be led by Dr. Elwood Mead; Dr. P. J. S. Cramer, Director, Imperial Experiment Station, Buitenzorg, Java; Dr. P. W. Kuo, President, National Southeastern University, Nanking; Edward Shinn, Canton Christian College; Richard Simon, Chilean Nitrate Association; Prof. A. S. Arguelles, Bureau of Science, P. I.; Prof. John W. Gilmore, Chief, Department of Agronomy, University of California; Carl L. Alsberg, Food Research Institute, Stanford; Dr. R. A. Gortner, University of Minnesota, and others.
           EVENING
  6:00 P. M. Guests of the Japanese Community. Dinner and entertainment. Informal dress.
       TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1924
           MORNING
  9:00 A. M.  Conference called to order in the Throne Room of the Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on Forestry, Meteorology and Topography, as
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They Relate to Agriculture and Potential Development of Food Production and Conservation.
  It is expected that among those who discuss these problems will be such authorities as : Louis Reyes and Arthur Fischer, Bureau of Forestry, Philippine Islands; Charles Judd, Chief, Bureau of Forestry, Honolulu; Father Algue, Manila Observatory; Col. E. Lester Jones, Chief, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey; El Pedro Lopez, Mexico City; Dr. C. F. Marwin, Chief, U. S. Weather Bureau; E. A. Beals, Weather Bureau, San Francisco; T. S. H. Shearmann, Chief, Weather Bureau, Vancouver.
            NOON
  Lunch with the Filipino Community at the Pan-Pacific Club.
           AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M. Visit to the sugar plantations.
           EVENING
  Rest and recreation. Motion pictures of Pacific countries.
        WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1924
           MORNING
  9:00 A. M. Conference called to order in the Throne Room of the Iolani Palace.
  Discussion on the formation of a Pan-Pacific Bar Association that will be of service in guiding those seeking to secure international agreements for the conservation, protection and propagation of food and fish in the Pacific area ; in securing uniform regulations in the matter of plant and animal quarantine, as well as in assisting with advice in securing of other international agreements in the Pacific area that will advance the common interests of that region.
  It is expected that in this discussion such authorities will be heard from as : Sir Joseph H. Carruthers, Vice President, Ex. Council, N. S. W.; Hon. R. Masujima, former President of the Japan Bar Association; Hon. Sanford B. Dole, ex-President, Republic of Hawaii and U. S. Justice; F. G. T. Lucas, President, Bar Association, British Columbia; Prof. Howard Noble, Reed College, Oregon; Dr. John Candon, Dean, School of Law, University of Washington; W. H. H. Piatt Chairman, American Bar Association; Ken Harada, League of Nations.
            NOON
  Luncheon with the Y. M. C. A. leaders.
           AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M.  Final group sessions on resolutions, permanent organization, etc.
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           EVENING
  6:00 P. M. Guests of the Hawaiian Community. Informal dress.
       THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1924
           MORNING
  9:00 A. M.  Conference called to order in the Throne Room of Iolani Palace.
  The presentation of resolutions.
  Discussion.
            NOON
  Lunch at Pan-Pacific Club.
           AFTERNOON
  2:00 P. M. At the Iolani Palace, general conference gathering to adopt resolutions and conclude the work of the Conference.
           EVENING
  6:30 P. M. At the Pan-Pacific Club, guests of Governor Farrington and the Pan-Pacific Union at farewell banquet.

    Local Committee in Hawaii on the Pan-Pacific Food
           Conservation Conference
H. P. Agee, Director, Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Experiment Station, Chairman.
Professor D. L. Crawford of the University of Hawaii, Secretary.
George P. Cooke, Conservationist.
E. M. Ehrhorn, Plant Inspector.
W. M. Giffard, Entomologist.
D. T. Fullaway, United States Government Entomologist.
C. S. Judd, Superintendent of Forestry.
Dr. C. H. Edmondson, Fisheries.
F. G. Krauss, Agriculturist.
O. H. Swezey, Entomologist.
J. M. Westgate, Agronomist, United States Agricultural Experiment Station
G. P. Wilder, Horticulturalist.
Fred Muir, Entomologist.
A. O. Burkland, Topographer.
L. A. Henke, Animal Husbandry.
Dr. H. L. Lyon, Plant Pathologist.
Thomas A. Blari, Meteorologist.
Samuel T. Hill, Food Distribution and Transportation.
Judges Walter F. Frear and S. C. Huber, International Law.
    Conferences Called by the Pan-Pacific Union
     First Pan-Pacific Scientific Conference,
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        Honolulu, August 2-20, 1920.
       First Pan-Pacific Press Conference,
        Honolulu, October 21, 1921.
      First Pan-Pacific Educational Conference,
        Honolulu, August 11-24, 1921.
      First Pan-Pacific Commercial Conference,
      Honolulu, October 25-November 7, 1922.
     First Pan-Pacific Food Conservation Conference
         Honolulu, July 31-August 14, 1924.

     Tentative Topics to be Discussed at the First
      Pan-Pacific Food Conservation Conference,
       Honolulu, July 31 to August 14, 1924

  Out of the mass of suggestions sent by tentative delegates from practically every country of the Pacific, a number of chief topics in each section have been selected by the local committee in Hawaii as those most likely to be taken up for official discussion at the Conference.
  It must be remembered that the authority of the Pan-Pacific Union ceases once the delegates are assembled and the conference is turned over to them. The Union brings the delegates together and submits a program gathered from them by correspondence. They are the final arbitors.
  Dr. L. O. Howard, Chairman of the Conference, with a number of leaders from several Pacific countries, expect to arrive on the ground in Honoloulu a week or more before the convening of the Conference for general discussion and agreement on a final agendum and scope of program to be presented at the opening of the Conference for official adoption.
      INTERNATIONAL LAW SECTION
  The following tentative agendum has been prepared by Judge S. C. Huber and Judge Walter F. Frear; Dr. R. Masujima of Tokyo has accepted the chairmanship of the Section on International Law and will welcome further suggestions :
  1. The World Court as a means of advancing international law.
  2. The relation of the Bar to international problems.
  3. The need and practicability of international cooperation.
  Through :
  1. International law.
  2. International agreements.
  3. Uniform national or local statutes and regulations.
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  In (a) securing the protection, promoting the increase and regulating the utilization of food, fur and other value-producing animals on the high seas.
  (b) Acquiring and disseminating knowledge, and providing protection against the spread from country to country, of plant and animal pests and diseases.
  (c) Acquiring and disseminating knowledge of conditions and methods of diversifying and increasing plant and animal products in the various countries.
          FISHERIES SECTION
  The following tentative agendum has been submitted by Dr. Barton Everman, Chairman of the Committee on Conservation of Marine Life of the Pacific, of the Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
  1. The need of investigation of the life history of various important food fishes and of marine mammals, as sea lions, sea otters, walruses, whales, etc., including the present condition of the remnants of the various fur-seal herds of the Southern hemisphere. Investigations, such as many of these, require long and far-reaching researches and field study. Some of the things to be determined are the time and place of spawning, habits and food of the young, the range and distribution of the adults, their food, enemies, and relative value as food or other useful products.
  2. Investigations to determine the quantity and distribution of plankton in different parts of the ocean and its relation to the fisheries.
  3. Depletion of the fisheries, whether due to over-fishing, natural enemies, unwise laws, regulations or methods, or other causes.
  4. The relation of oil and other pollution upon the aquatic life of the sea and upon sea birds.
  5. How the biological stations in countries bordering upon the Pacific can be of service in the study of the fishery problems of the Pacific.
  6. Rational protective measures which countries bordering on the Pacific may properly impose for the protection of marine species.
  7. The necessity for international co-operation for the protection, proper utilization and conservation of the natural aquatic resources of the Pacific.
        ENTOMOLOGICAL SECTION
  The following agendum was prepared by Frederick Muir, Entomologist, and approved by Dr. L. O. Howard :
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  1. Quarantine, especially within the Pacific, and a mutual understanding for such.
  2. Arrangements for distributing information as to pests in the various countries around the Pacific which have commercial intercourse with one another.
  3. Building up a better knowledge of the insect faunas of the Pacific region, especially insects affecting economic plants and animals.
  4. The relationship of systematic work and scientific research to applied entomology.
  5. Pests attacking growing crops, and means of control.
  6. Pests attacking stored products, and means of control.
  7. Insects in relation to health of man as a factor in food production.
  8. Co-operation in the use of parasites for insect control.
  9. Distribution of knowledge of plant varieties resistant to insect pests in Pacific regions.
  10. The possibility of an entomological "clearing house," through which workers around the Pacific can exchange information and ideas.
       PLANT PATHOLOGY SECTION
  The program will be based on the following outline proposed by a committee of plant pathologists of the U. S. Department of Agriculture.
 ORGANIZATION FOR RESEARCH IN PLANT PATHOLOGY
  Promotion of research in Pacific countries.
  Measures to increase the efficiency of research.
  The affiliation of scientific workers with existing societies.
  The organization of new societies.
  The publication of research findings.
  RELATION OF PLANT PATHOLOGY TO QUARANTINE
  The biological basis of plant quarantine.
  Methods of preventing the spread of plant diseases.
 RELATION OF PLANT PATHOLOGY TO CROP IMPROVEMENT
  The development of disease resistant varieties of important fruit crops.
  The adjustment of crop rotation and cultural practices to the needs of plant disease control.
   PLANT AND ANIMAL QUARANTINE SECTION
  This subject will be discussed at joint meetings of various sections, such as Plant Pathology, Entomology, Food Transportation, Animal Industry and International Agreements.
 CROP PRODUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT SECTION
  The program of this section will be based on the following
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outline suggested by C. V. Piper, Agrostologist, U. S. Department of Agriculture :
    1. Climate in Relation to Agriculture.
    2. Soils, Classification, Conservation.
    3. Fertilizers.
    4. Agricultural Geography, Soils, Crops, Livestock.
    5. Irrigation and Drainage.
    6. Farm and Plantation Management.
    7. Crops and Crop Improvement.
    8. Manufactured Crop Products.
    9. Pastures and Pasturage.
    10. Marketing.
    11. Forestry.
    12. Agricultural Research.
    13. Agricultural Co-operation.
    14. Agricultural Education.
        ANIMAL HUSBANDRY SECTION
  The following tentative agendum for the Animal Husbandry Section has been suggested by Mr. L. J. Cole, Chief, Animal Husbandry Division, U. S. A. :
  (1) Live stock production; (2) Uses of animal husbandry production; (3) Diseases and parasites; (4) Transportation and marketing.
   METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATOLOGY SECTION
  Agenda suggested for discussion at the Meteorological and Climatological Sections, submitted by Thomas A. Blair, Director, U. S. Weather Bureau, Honolulu :
  1. Meteorological "Centers of Action" in the North Pacific :
   (a) Causes of their variation in position and intensity.
   (b) Effects of their variation in position and intensity.
  2. Relations between Climate, Weather and Crops.
  3. Improvement and extension of marine weather records by ships.
  4. Ocean currents and surface water temperatures.
  5. Tropical cyclones in Australia, the Philippines, and the South Pacific and Indian Oceans, their origin, tracks, frequency, monthly distribution and rate of progress.
         FORESTRY SECTION
  Agenda suggested for discussion at the Forestry section, submitted by C. S. Judd, Superintendent of Forestry, Honolulu, T. H. :
  1. Forestry related to crop production by :
   a. Conserving the water supply.
   b. Preventing erosion and the washing of soil from
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agricultural lands.
   c. Providing protection to crops in the form of windbreaks.
   d. Production of wood material.
  2. Protection of forests.
    TOPOGRAPHY AND HYDROGRAPHY SECTION
  The program of this section will be based on the following outline submitted by C. H. Birdseye, Chief Topographic Engineer, U. S. Geological Survey :
  1. Study of existing topographic maps of the Pacific region.
   a. Preparation of index maps showing the areas covered by topographic maps.
   b. Classification as regards accuracy and completeness of data.
  2. Co-ordination of mapping activities of various countries.
   a. Recommendations for uniform scales.
   b. Recommendations for adequate land classification symbols.
  3. Adoption of well-balanced mapping program, including provision for financing same.
  4. Distribution of maps, including discussion of publicity work necessary to make their existence known to the farmer and to teach him how to use them.
  On Hydrography Captain F. S. Bassett of the U. S. Navy suggests :
  1. Since the natural resources of the world can not be discovered and utilized without maps, a description is to be given of the publications of the Hydrographic Office in relation to the Pacific basin and its borders, as a basis for oceanographical investigations essential for scientific exploration and research, notably in Biology, Botany, Geology and Meteorology, and as an important economy of transportation in enabling vessels to save time and fuel in navigation.
  2. The place of Marine Hydrography in supporting these fundamental human interests in the sea, which consist in food supply and in transportation and communication.
  3. Co-operation among the nations bordering on the Pacific Ocean, through their several agencies concerned in surveying and charting the sea, toward the collection, compilation and publication of data relating to the topography of the bottom, and the temperature, salinity, acidity, currents and other physical and chemical properties of the waters of this ocean, fundamental to biological investigation and the improvement and conservation of the fisheries.
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      TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRIBUTION
          OF FOOD SECTION
  Agenda suggested for discussion at the Food Distribution and Transportation Section, submitted by Mr. Samuel T. Hill, Oahu Ice and Cold Storage Company :
  1. Food production of Pacific area :
   a. Compilation of data and classification on present production.
   b. Investigation of possible new food production.
  2. Distribution.
   a. Summary of present facilities.
   b. Study and recommendation for additional facilities.
  3. Refrigeration.
   a. Refrigeration plants.
   b. Storage at ports.
   c. Reserved depot for exchange of commodities.
  4. Transportation.
   a. International problems.
   b. Co-ordination of transportation facilities.
   c. Study of and recommendations for adjustment of refrigeration freight rates.
         CANE SUGAR SECTION
  A program will be based on the following outline :
  1. Sugar cane insect pests and their control.
  2. Rodent pests of the sugar plantation and their control.
  3. Sugar cane diseases and their control.
  4. Improvement of sugar cane.
  5. Sugar cane field practices.
  6. Development and conservation of water resources for sugar production.
  7. Manufacture of raw sugar.
  ………………

    Professor Leebrick Invited to Visit Japan
  Viscount Shibusawa and the America-Japan Relations Society have invited Prof. K. C. Leebrick of the Pan-Pacific Club and the University of Hawaii to visit Japan.
  Professor Leebrick will urge participation in the Pan-Pacific Food Conservation Conference as well as in the Y. M. C. A. Pan-Pacific Conference.
  The day before his departure Professor Leebrick was the guest of the twelve leading Americans and the twelve Japanese who meet weekly in the Pan-Pacific clubrooms for better understanding and co-operation between the races.
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The Governor of Hawaii, Hon. Wallace R. Farrington, was one of the twelve Americans, and those present were : Dr. Dean, President of the University of Hawaii; Alexander Hume Ford, director of the Pan-Pacific Union; Hon. Walter F. Frear, ex-Governor of Hawaii; Hon. Sanford B. Dole, ex-President of the Hawaiian Republic; Judge S. C. Huber, Frank C. Atherton, Rev. W. D. Westerveldt, Rev. A. W. Palmer, Rev. H. B. Schwartz, Richard Simon (delegate to Conference), Rev. Herman F. Schwartz, President, Pacific School of Religion; Hon. K. Yamasaki, Consul-General for Japan; H. I. Kurasaki, Dr. T. Harada, University of Hawaii; Y. Yasumori, B. M. Matsuzawa, W. C. Tsukiyama, C. N. Kurokawa, President Shinko Club; Vice Consul Naito, U. Okumura, S. Maruyama and T. Onodero, Secretary, Japanese Chamber of Commerce.


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(河井弥八)書翰 渋沢栄一宛大正一三年七月一六日
                     (渋沢子爵家所蔵)
          (別筆)
          大正一三、七、二〇子爵より金壱千円を補助し、別に子爵より出状の上、古河・森村両男爵より各金壱千円の補助を受け合計金参千円を、岸上鎌吉博士ニ補助を為し列席せしめられたり 明六
謹啓、暑気俄に相加り候処、倍々御清穆奉敬賀候、陳は本年七月三十一日より八月十三日迄、布哇に於て開会之汎太平洋食物保存会議へ参列之本邦代表委員之選定に関してハ、曩ニ農商務・文部両省当局者に於て夫々考案せられ候ニ付、必すや適当の人材を簡派相成候事と深く期待仕候処、其後内閣之更迭其他之行違いに因り、本年ハ政府よりハ代表者を派遣不相成事と決定せられ候ハ、例年之取扱と異りたる事例ニ有之、且時節柄甚遺憾ニ不堪義と痛嘆仕候、依て日本汎太平洋協会ハ引続き有力なる諸方面に向て代表者派出之事を熱心に勧説仕り、辛うして数名之有力なる代表者を得候事と相成申候、然るに右諸氏之内にハ未本年之会議之主題之一にして、我国に最関係深き水産に付てハ一名之専門家をも有せす、委員之組織上頗る物足らぬ感を抱き申候処幸にして科学研究会員之一員たる水産学之大家理学博士岸上鎌吉氏ハ同会之推薦に基き日本汎太平協会之派遣員《(洋脱カ)》として、参列可相成承諾を与へられ、文部省ニ於ても同博士の海外旅行を許可せらるゝ事と相成申候、然るに協会ハ設立日尚浅く経済上の余裕とてハ少しも無之、同博士に対し支給可致旅費之調達に苦しみ候ニ付、甚申上兼候義ニハ候得共、右事業之国家的性質のものなるを御了察被下、博士の旅費として金三千円を協会へ御寄付被成下度、折入て閣下の御仁侠に愬へ申上候、右ハ過日御願申上置候次第ニハ候得共、何分出発期日も来廿三日に相迫り居候に付、乍恐縮何卒特別之御思召を以て至急御配神を賜り度切望仕候
先ハ要用のみ得貴意度如此御座候 恐惶頓首
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  七月十六日        日本汎太平洋協会
                 幹事 河井弥八
    子爵 渋沢栄一 閣下
              侍史
 追而会議之日程書○欠ク並本邦代表者氏名表拝送仕候
(別紙)
    汎太平洋食物保存会議参列者
理学博士 岸上鎌吉君  東京帝国大学農学部
農学博士 大島金太郎君 台湾総督府
農学博士 石田研君   台湾総督府
農学士  三井栄長君  朝鮮総督府
農学士  高橋悌蔵君  岐阜高等農科学校
法学士  伊藤太郎君  南満洲鉄道株式会社
法学博士 増島六一郎君 米国ヨリ帰途出席


渋沢栄一書翰 控 古河虎之助・森村開作宛大正一三年七月一七日(DK370105k-0007)
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渋沢栄一書翰 控 古河虎之助・森村開作宛大正一三年七月一七日
                     (渋沢子爵家所蔵)
拝啓、益御清適奉賀候、然は汎太平洋協会幹事河井弥八氏より、別紙○前掲之通り御依頼有之候処、誠に必要の事柄と存じ候も相当費用を要し候事とて、拙生一人に於て御引受も致兼当惑致居、且同会よりの輿望も有之甚だ御迷惑の段恐縮至極に御座候得共、貴台にも御出捐被下度願上候、拙生も微力ながら千円丈負担致候間、甚だ差付がましく候得共、同額丈御負担御願申上候、残額千円は森村男爵(古河男爵)に御醵出願上候
右願用得貴意度如此御座候 敬具
  大正十三年七月十七日          渋沢栄一
    男爵 古河虎之助様
    男爵 森村開作様  各通


(森村開作)書翰 渋沢栄一宛大正一三年七月二二日(DK370105k-0008)
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(森村開作)書翰 渋沢栄一宛大正一三年七月二二日
                     (渋沢子爵家所蔵)
拝復
倍御清福奉賀候、偖河井幹事より御依頼の日本汎太平洋協会への寄附金御同感の次第、玆に仰越に随ひ金壱千円也小切手封入申候、何卒寄贈方乍毎時御手数奉煩候、不取敢御答まて如此御座候 草々
  大正十三年七月廿二日           森村開作
  子爵渋沢栄一殿
          侍曹



〔参考〕集会日時通知表 大正一四年(DK370105k-0009)
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集会日時通知表 大正一四年        (渋沢子爵家所蔵)
十月廿七日 火 午前十時 河井弥八氏来約(アスカ山)



〔参考〕集会日時通知表 大正一五年(DK370105k-0010)
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集会日時通知表 大正一五年        (渋沢子爵家所蔵)
四月十日 土 午後一時 河井弥八氏来約(飛鳥山邸)
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〔参考〕外務省関係書類(三)(DK370105k-0011)
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