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Our Children Pbse
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Children Tell of What They are
Doin to Make fheii'Gardens
Prize Winners They Also
Write of General ork and
Play of Their School Life.
Letters from the school-clilUlrcii at work In tholr gardens are com
ing from nil directions Everj Island in the gioup will lie represented
In the agricultural competition which Is now well under vviij Il tlio
last outgoing Island mall copies of tne rules of the contest mid forms
fnr ihn ufffklv renorts were sent on I, and l this time the gardens nre
probablj being rollglouslv guaided and
dren aro wondorhlllj inioicsims iu
ment of the future men and women of
iuv nn.i nririnnlln that Is not on Iv
wall's cosmopolitan children are Just like the children of the staid and
A lot of letters receded from Lnhalnn this week bear on the back of
the paper a drawing of the school grounds, nnd there are routines In all
tne letters that Indicate the good work of the teachers nnd enthuslimn
of the pupils. Following aro some of the letters:
WA1MANAL0 IN LINE
Walmanalo School. Oihu,
Jan 10, 100S.
To tho Editor of the H e n I n g
Bullet in, Honolulu, T II. -
Dear Sir llclng very much Inter
ested with jour prize offer. 1 wilt tell
jou something about our work
When the llrst bell rings even
body begins to work. The girls
sweep the school room and pick up
the rubbish, and the bojs dig mound
tho plnnts, cut the grass and pull
Next time I shall tell sou moro
about our work.
Walmanalo School, Oahu,
Jan. 10. 190S.
the Kdltor of the E v o n 1 n g
11 u I 1 e 1 1 n , Honolulu, T II.
Dear Sir- Hearing from our
teacher about jour prize orfcr, wo
have made up our minds to work as
hard as we can In order to get It
Last lear we worked on l'rld.ijs
onlj-, but at our meeting we mado u
resolution to work ten minutes ev
ery morning before the scnool com
mences. I am glad to tell jou that my
schoolmates havo appointed mo to bo
the Water Luna I like to do this
4 Hi Grade.
Walmanalo School, Oahu,
Jan. 10, 1908.
the Editor of the Evening
Bulletin, Honolulu, T. It.
Dear Sir: Our teacher has told
us about tho twonty-flve dollar prize.
We are anxious to get It, and there
fore we are going to work hard.
At our meeting the children ap-
pointed me as the Head Luna for the
it nas Decn our aim to neautlty our
rchool, but wo never thought that bo
good a prize would bo ever offered.
Next time I shall tell jou how the
girls under my care do their work.
Walmanalo School. Oahu,
Jan. 10, 1908.
tho Editor of the Evening
H u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu, T. H.
Dear Sir: Having heard from our 1 Dear Sir Hen1 I am wilting to,
teacher concerning jour prlzo offer jou this letter to let jou know that,
for the best agricultural and Im- our trees, flowers, and vegetables nro
provement work, wo havo decided lo growing nicely now. Wo havo plant
take part in the contest cd somo bananas few days ugo. Wo
Because of our great desire to win hnvo two working days. On Monday.
the prlzo, wo called a meeting In tho girls do lauhala work nnd tho
which I was appointed ns the Head bojs do manual work. Tho girls mo
Luna ror the bojs
We already havo planted trees,
flowers, pineapples and cubbages, but
wo Intend to plant more.
exi ume i Bnnil tell jou all about
tho work of the bojj under my care.
FROM UALAWA MHM
Hnlawa, Molokul, Jan 10, 1908
To tho Editor of the V v e n 1 n g
Bulletin, Honolulu, T H.
Dear Sir: Wo wish to say that
we want to compete ror the prize
that you offer to tho scnool In MoJo
kal for tho best work In raising
plants, vegetables, and ror the best
kept yard In the Island Theio are
several old trees growing In our
yard. There are two pine trees, thicej
palm trees, four euraljptus tiees, n
hedge of red bushes, torn Iron tiees,
cared for The letters of the clill-
,,,, w.iu e.,, iU ie..i..u ......, -
the Territory They show lmm Id- ,
refreshing but proves that H.i
and eight silk oak trees, which nrc
I raised with a great deal of work
''Iwlce n car an orange tree, which
srnws In front of our school house,
bears fruit Wo are tuning the ben
efit of the fruit We shall tr to
.dant more fruit trees this jcar.
Koloa, Kauai, Jan Sth, 190S
V. It. Farrlngton, Esq , Managing
Kdltor, 12 v e n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Dear Sir. Tho pupils of the Ko
loa School wish to compete for tho
prize of 25 which j on offer for the
best results In prnctlcal work, pref
erably ngrlcultuial, shown during
the school jenr ending June, 1008.
I write to point out some of the
work already done. We lino made
:i ir.irilpn nrmltii! ttin Kpttnnl linllillnc
We've mado n wooden border, paint-
ed. around them and planted all man-
nor nl flowers In thorn. Wn mniln
flower pots and stands nnd painted
them, and planted palms and gera-
ntums In thenl and put them on the
veranda and sides of tho steps. All
around the school jnrd thcio arc
monkejpod trees, wo put largo
stones around them so as to form n
(lower bed around each troo and
planted flow era then Wo mado
wooden frames to protect tho joung
trees which wo planted latelj We
keep tho grass tidy Willi grass-cut-
ters nnd lawn-mowers Wo painted
our gate nnu fence Wo made sail J
lablcs nn. " rcstlc .for ea 1 loom ad
forth. Kalnhw school Tta
or me KOinneo scnool we bigger
bos and slrls gavo an cnterta nment
mrt the mnnn, what w ,,. n
und the mono what wo mado wo
uougnt n uaseuau ouuit for tlio bojs
and a basketball outfit for tho girls
We made tho biskotball apparntuu
pnlntcd It nnd erected It On Krldajs
wo work out of doors some learning
painting, carpentering and garden-
ing. i win ciocc m letter tor tins
Pupil 7th Grade, Koloa School
Wnltnea School, Hawaii,
Jan l". 1908
tho Edlto. of tilt i: v o lOng
Bulletin Honolulu, T II
erj glad to seo their flowers growing
' and blooming well. Tho boys me
working hard ovuiy day In tlielr gai-
dens. Wo mo trjlng our verj best
to keep our gaideus clean, Somo of
tho girls wish to plant vcgetnbles
Wo nro trjlng otu very best to Im
prove our gardens. I think I havo
nothing moro to say, so I must closo
my letter now.
Walmca School, Hawaii,
Jim. 17, 1908.
tho Editor of tlio Even Jug
Bulla tin Honolulu, T. I If
Dear Sir. With tho greatest of
pleasure I .vrlto jou today to let jou
know thnt wo aro getting voiy well
on our school farm.
Our school jnnl looks much better
now than bpfoio Our vegetable gai-
dens nre growing very noil and alto
au tho children a bed Wo havo ill-
All night Ihc snow had fallen lic.nl
1 being swept about b the furious
wind And nl last, when morning
came, the sun peeped thiongh the
frosty nlr to look upon, a str.ingo ami
shlvcrtug world. Manj gates wero
mado fast by heaps of drift piled
(igatust tlicm, and w.ilks wero under
two feet of snow that was packed so
firmly and frozen so solidly that the.
workman's spado made slow progicss
In cutting It nwaj.
Lojd and Dan Cuminliigs looked
from their bedroom window wllh
gieat rejoicing. "Ah, now we'll hao
t snow fight ut school," cried Lojil
'Oeo! what n fort we can mnko on
tlie south side of the schoothousc,
for lcre lho (lr,ft nlwaJg IlllcH mhc
mn nnBhcrc t,K0
..guJ W(J lwyen.t
built a snowman
jot this winter," said Dan "Supjioso
we go nt it tomoriow Saturday, eh?
A day of sunshine on this line suppij
or building material wilt git It sen
toned to the right conslsli ncj l.ct's
mnko a big fellow a tegular football
"All rlcht." nirrecd l.ovd "nut how
col(1 lt 1hi cl seo my ,roat, iu,ro
In tho loom, what do jon suppose It
Is outside? '
"Not too cold for nu tn enjoj inj-
solf out of doors," replied Dan "I'd
like being a Laplander, I would"
j Then the bojs fell to dressing for
j breakfast, discussing tho unusunl
snowfall of the previous night. After
bieakf.ibt thpj went to bchool, u mile
distant (for Lojd and Dan wero conn-
trj bojs, being tho sons of a farmer),
! to meet with a cold reception there
l The furnace would not "draw," bo tho
boy who acted ns Janitor declared,
after vnlnly trjlng for tin hour to get
the schoolhouso wnrm enough to per
mit of tho children removing' their
wraps. And tho teachers had lent
tholr assistance In vain. Tho fire
smouldered and smoked, but would
not send heat Into tho pics. Then tho
tcnchcis held a council and agreed It
was useless oven dangerous to the
health to remain In the cold rooms
all day To tho Joy of cveij pupil
Prnt school was dlsmlsted aiH a
messenger Bent to town for n mini to
c" out to overhaul tho flirliaco,
wlllcl1 ouI'1 not 1,u working older
"lut ,Iay- Thus tho pupils would have
ttt0 holldajs that glorious! weather,
wIlen ll was Bllel1 a dellghtfto bo out
'" tho snow
'0'' and D- started for home full
of anticipation. Tho snowman should
' commenced that very daj An I
ko ll0 "as. loo, within half nn hour
after tho bojs arrived nt their own
"Now, to save time," suggested
readv nlnntn.t mmn Unnn
IT' """" , """"J ,,an0ni? ""'l Ur B''r,,Cn8 nr '"" of "0ttcrs
, 1 ,' """t "",'' T Vr"'""" al ljl,""; nl
rew das ago. Wo havo two worklngl Wo water them over day.
,miB Wo havo several kinds nf ti... iiA. .... i , !.h
..:...."... 1"."' .T? "M Tl, ,UmilB ","1 u'l'la,to n'
flowers In our gardens now. Wo havo
two girls und two bojs to watch aftoi
our HCilool jnriI, T10 teacher's cot-
tago Is planted with flowers. Wo
children am colne in nl.int nn nmn.
children arogolng (o plant somo moro
trees and flowers that will inako out
school jnrd look very fine.
Tho bojs nnd girls work very hard
Arte, school tho bojB water tho
chlldien's bed with tho hose.
A portion of tho school garden Is
at present icadj ror planting what
over jou may wish us to plant. Wc
nro trjlng very hard to mnko out
jard look nice.
Thanking jou ror having printed
my letter, I remain,
Walmca School, Hawaii,
Jan 17, 1908.
To tho Kifltnr of tho U von lug
11 u 1 1 u 1 1 n.' Honolulu, T. II,
Deni Sir. 1 am very glnl to vvrlto
jou a letlci.
I am letting jou know ulm.it our
Tho flowers, vcgetnbles, and corns,
nro growing veij nicely now.
Wo had planted banana trees back
or our school houso last week.
AVo wish to plant' moro rrult tiees
Wo havo two working days Mondaj
Wo boys and girls nro woiklng
Wo children water tho plants bo
toro tluy go homo nnd put oveiy
thing In good order
LUNG KAl AWAI,
Wnlmen School, Hawaii,
Jim. 17, 1008
tlio Editor of lho evening
Bui lo tin Honolulu, T It
Doar Sir: I am wilting jqu this
few Hues to let jou know that wi
me Impiovlng our gardens
Lojd, as pi i i nations wero going
forward for the great work content-'
lllntcd, "Suppose we take that old
feed box from the stable the ono
that Is no longer In use nnd stand
It on end Tor a foundation nnd prop
to build on and nioiiml. It will bo n
big help. Wo'll heap lho snow oci
It nnd make a tort of pedestal for our
Tho suggestion mot with Dan's ap
proval, so the old feed box was
brought from the idable and placed
ns a foundation for their work. Soon
thrco of its sldis wore covered thick
ly with biiow, the fourth side, being
opon, was left unfilled nnd unbanked,
lt being plated In such n position
Unit It did not shovv from tho main
viewpoint nanielj', tho front jaid.
And behind It iomi a small drift,
which stmt the open space from sight
Ehould nnjouo pas loiitid to make un
Inspection from tho renr.
All ily Lojd nnd Dan worked,
Mopping onlj nt intervals to run
Into tho house In answer to their
mother's call that It was time to
warm lingers and toes nnd onco to
eat their dinner In tho afternoon
ono of tho neighbor bojs canio to
pay them n visit and gladly lent n
hand to the building of the snnw
tiinn. So, when the sun dropped be
hind tho western Hue of timber Lojd
nnd Dan saw with prldo their work
complete Gallv they called to
tholr parents to como mid Inspect tho
work. Thcii mother, smiling nnu
pajlng her (ongiatulatlons, declared
the snowman looked for nil tha
world llko a "real, live human," tell'
lng her sons thr.t she feared when
they awoke In tho morning thej
would find t hell statuo gone, ho hav
ing como to life In the night nnd
walked away to somd logic (ougeulnl
cI1im' . I
"Well tnlto our chances," laugh
ed Lojd. "Hut Isn't ho n finely
formed fellow? Just sco'whnt n
"You clinps will become sculplots
jet," grinned their father, "l'vo
soun iiiany,a marbltyf tntuo with a
le3a human flgmo thin joursnow
mnn's Iioportlons perfectly natur
al, I declare! Now, Just look nt tho
waj that arm fulls by ih sldol Yes,
all, bojs, he's a great snow man"
That evening the subject of con
vcisatlou nt the supper table was
tho man uses of oniivv, the bos
minds ((instantly levelling to their
'great masterpiece," us (heir mother
was wont to call tho huge, white, u
lent flguio In tho aid
And, of course, Lod and p.m
dic.uneil that night about their
Wo havo four limns for ovlij day
lo tako caio of lho school gioimd.
Wo havo all ready planted tlio1ia
nanas and other kinds of fruit trees,
ii few ddjs ngo.
Wo aro lijlng to plant somo moro
bananas, mid sugar cane,
Our vegetables niu glowing veij
We bojs and girls nro working
I must close my loiter now,
Ojau, 12 Miles School, Hawaii, T II.
Jan 10, 1'IOS.
Bui lo II n, Honolulu, Oahu
Doar S(T: I heard fiom my teacher
that many bchools diu going in tho
contest ror tho prlzo or Tweutj llv
Dollars (S25.00) ior tho best woik In
Agrlcnltuio nnd Munual tialulng
I am going to toll jou nlioiU tho
things we iniiile, for Christmas
Wo lmvo mado somo fish nets for
window cm talus, lauhnla hrulds ror
hats, lauhala nnd bamboo runs, Ian
hula mid bimboo lints, napkin ilugs,
bags, dusting cloths, towels, pin
cushions, lamp mnts, handkcichluf
catos and wnll baskets.
I will tell you moio next week
Ohm, 12 Miles School,
Junuiuy 10, 1D08
To tho Editor of tho Evening
,1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n, Honolulu.
Denr Sir: Wo had a happy time
on Christmas, a few weeks bcfoio
Christmas, wo started to mnko oui
Clulstmas gifts for our piueiitH
Tho glils mado lauhala fiin, lump,
mats and crodieted pincushions
The Ijojh mado mats, wall poikets,
BY MAUD WALKER
Plowman Tho former dreamed thill
it b.id icullj riimo to llfo nnd tho
latter dreamed It had In some way
become n gront general, mounted on
n snow-whlto horse On waking tho
i,0js told each other of tho stnmge
fnnclc3 th.it had taken possession of
'their sleeping minds, nnd nnxlously
tho leaped out of bod and hurriedly
dressed, that the mlglit piy their
morning respects to their snow man
befeu e any other member of tho
fiimll had done so Somehow, t lies'
bolli felt that mnio great ihango had
taken pliuc In tholr Imago of snow
during tho night, and they must bo
Followed them to the spot
tho. llisl to behold lt whatever lt
Hut there ho stood, the cold, soll
tniy occupant of the fiont nid, Just
as they had left him tiie evening be
fore. Aflci all, nothing but a pile of
liiiivv In the shape of a living
Hut whnt was Hint' A strnago
round r.imc finni tho snowman's lu
sldo! It did not tound llko u human
voice but but undoubtedly It was
mado by fcomothlug alive. I.od look
ed ut D.iu nnd Dan looked at 1.0 d
Then thej began to evainlno their
"mnsteiplKo" closolj. 'lhoj tapped
him from his head down to his feet,
going mound him. Then Lojd
I stepped in tho lingo llgme's li.it k an J
gavo u llttlo stmtlid eMInmntlon;
-'."'' 1""ll"a '"" ' The Rlrl.'
pincushions wero filled with "Pnlu
from the llinuu" ferns
' .. "mm ferns
' Cm lis our K.hool ugeut klndl
gavo us one of bin cedu tiees for a
"ChiL'tmiia Tiee "
.Mr Wlnlei of the Salvation army
givo us mils, lalbliis. pop com mid
candles Hu wnB tlio one who helped
lho IllOit to Clio lib n hnnm lime
Wo had our Christmas cxeiclso on the
nrtcrnoou or tho last day of school,
Somo of our patents, thobo who
wero tint biibj, c.imo to seo our Christ
Wo weio so happy on that day be
c.iuso wo had honiolTiing to glvo otu
parents for Christinas.
Olaii. 12 Miles School,
Januny 10. 1908.
To lho Editor of tho Evoulng
Hul lo tl n, Honolulu
Deni Sli I want to tell ou about
oui school. II Is hltiritod on tlio Vol
cano load, twelvo miles fiom llllo
and nineteen miles fium tho Volcano
Hoiibo. Wo havo n good location.
It Is high and di and cool. Wo
i.eed a high and diy gioimd, becauso
It rains u great deal In Olaa.
l"nini our ulioul house wo can beo
tho se.i In firt'it of us.
Tho Puna hills at our left. On a
cle.ii day when wo nro not t(i bus wo
can beo tho steamer Kln'tiu lOiulug In
Tho beautiful mountains of .Manna
Ktu mid Milium loi nro at our back
Wo hue to look at lho mow on lho
mountains Tho snow (umo but once
last ear lt iiuiio Just n few daja
Wo nro ting to beautify our
gioimd Wo hopo by Juno wo will
havo u voi piotty phco.
Giado IV. Manager.
Olaa, 12 Miles, School, Hawaii, T II.
Jan IS. 1108
To tho Edltoi of lho 1' e n I u g
Hulli 1 1 n, Honolulu, Oahu
i 1 i&U
fflm Ww ' II i
ttfTlrf " .A-."Hrj-iri.T-Tii-
GOT A HEART
(hen hu laughed
null It b Joined him, mid, Eluoplng,
looked lusldo tho box which seiveil
as tho pedestal on which tho snow
man stood. "Geo whiz!" wns nil Dan
said Then ho laughed with his bro
ther. "Say," ho went on, "don't let
him como out till wo have soma fun
out of lt. I'll wngcr mother nnd fn
thcr that tho tnnwman lins life lu
sldo him n heart,' n heart! Won't
Unit bo gre-it' Come, let's go to tho
house at onto"
"Stii where jou mo, follow," said
Lojd, slinking his head nt sonuouo
lnsldo tho box.) "You'll bo taken
where stood the snow-man
cnio of Inter, ns jou deseive, jou pooi
half-frozen creatine" Then he fol
lowed his brother Into tho house.
Tlielr parents weio In tho big cosy
kitchen, their mother preparing t.io
breakfast and their father mending
a plcio of harness
"What'II jou wiigei that tho snow
man hnsn't :i he.nt lnsldo lilm this
morning?" broke fofth lojd, siicak-
lug In his parents.
"Yes, u itfal licut with blood In
II, a heart that beats, ami u stomal h
that cats and feet that walk," ile
o lined Dan.
Both iimontH wcie nimiecd, tho
mother sajlng. "Well, norfii, If jou
(.in piovo to mc without u HUlglcal
opei.il Ion tlint there Is a real, living
teacher that man schools nro going
Diar Sir: Wo havo heard Trom our
In the contest for tho best woik In
Agilculluio und Manual (raining. Wo
v.nut to be ono of them.
Wo tiro going to (ill )ou nbout our
Clulbtiuas exercises Wo hold our
uxerelbos In Lewis Hull Wo Hang
Christmas nnd Thanksgiving hongs
nnd netted Chilstui.in speeches.
Atlcr our oncicIscs candles, lalslns,
initti, pop coins, rnns, hatH, napkin
lings, lump mnts, pin cushions, linud
kerchief cases, wall buskttB and lau
hala braids wero given to our paionts
nnd f i lends. They went homo hap
pily. Wo will toll j on mmo ubout our
school next time.
lies pect fully,
Olaa, 12 Miles School. Hawaii, T. II.
Jan. ID, 190S.
To thq Editor of lho Evening
II ill lot I n, Honolulu, Oahu,
Dear Sir: I havo hcaid from in
leather that many bchouls uio gphu
In the contest. I would llko to bo one
of tho workeis for tlio pilzo of Tvven
ty-flvo dollniB $2G00) you offoied I
nm going to tell oit moro ubout otu
work next week
. KAHUAICAINUI KAMALAU,
Olaa, 12 Miles School, Hawaii,
Jan 9. 19.18.
To tlio Editor of lho I? von lng
Hullo tin, Honolulu
Dear Sir: Wo hcaid fiom our
IcachciH that ou, mu ofTcilug to Die
public schools ol the Territory u spo
clal prlo for lho best work In ugrl
ciiltuic. IWo would llko to tako put In lho
content and beg to offer our Bchool
ns n competitor
Our poBt ofllco addicts Is Kuilis
town, Haw nil.
MM l KMHENM'I
Cot Sect elm y
mid throbbing he.nt lnsldo jour
snowman I'll glvo jou n part next
Salutdaj night to which j'ou m.ij In
vite all )our friends "
"And I'll glvo ou n new culler.
added their f.ilher. "Hut Its got lo
bo n i-c-a-1 hcirjt nnd no inakc-bc-
Ileve, ou know
Lo)d mid Dan dnnced ror Jov.
Mnko preiMratlons for tho pa it v.
mother," I-njil cvlcd merrily. Aim
Dan said In Ills fatlici. "Order tlio
cutter light nvv.i), for we want II bc-
foio this flno snow Is nirltul. Hul,
como mill seo If our snow mini mm
not u heart beating within him."
The parents, laughing Indulgently
nt their bojs, followed them to tho
spot where Blood tho snow man.
,bout us lifeless u cli.ip as I ever
saw to have n hcint." said tho father.
"Oh, jou ma Judge for jiniisclf,"
t.ilil I.ojd In mi iiffhani; m inner.
"Look. Mnd.nn and Sir!" And he lid
them to the back of tho snowman,
pointing within tho box, which form
ed In truth n p.nt of tho llguie. Theio
(in led ui) lo withstand the cold lay
n flro big dog, a frlcndl fellow, lo
udgo by the expression In his plc.nl
Well, well." said tho fnthei "A
heart mill stomach nnd fei t Just
as jou both dcclaicd. Ami wlml u
line fellow, tin Hut- i iiiiim, let's
have III til In tho kitchen for his
breakfast. Poor fellow looks both
liiiugi and mid lle'b a bloodod an
imal, sure ns I'm born " And tho
pood funnel- mixed the stray dog
f mill the bo, leading lilm to flic Iter
"You shnll have the.paitj, sons,"
laughed tho mother. "Ihtie wn i
heart In the snowman but hirdly
in tho right place." ,
"It couldn't have been fai wiong."
declared Lod, "for a heait that dic
tates taking (.no of tho miU.tsl on .1
stormy night usually lies In the light
And they nil gathered In tlio great,
warm kitchen to watch the "sniivv
nian'n heart" enjoy n good brevikfast.
And long nftcr the wiowman u.in
melted to tho ground the old dog !
inn I lied nt the Cummlngs tin in, lir
(otnliig one of tho family and much
Tho mnulago of Congicssin m Wil
li mi Sulzcr, wns tho riilmlu.ulnn of
n hospital iiuiancc, according lo a
dispatch f i (nil Philadelphia. The bildo
wiiHvMIss Cl.ua H'leilellieim, who ut
tended tho congressman during a r
cent Illness. Tho manlage look pi teo
In Atlantic Tit
Fine Job Prlntlnc at llin Bulletin.
I liip.ilakun School
.Inn lb, 1 'jos
Mr W. II rarriiigloii, Munaglip, Edi
tor E B, Honolulu, T II
Dear Sir On Tild.ij oven boy
and girl goes lo work Some girls
go mid (.le.Hl wlndowH. Some Iiojh
nnil girls go ami pick leaves. List
join- 19(17, wo planted sixteen Uees.
Our tiees nro giovvliin well. Wo wa
lei our tiees lho gills nro winking
In their own Tho bojj woiklng by
i tho feuco und the, glil3 woiklng in
limit or lho school House Our gar-
, dm Is not w diked well. Next Pilday
I i. . ,if
nu iu uiik ub.iiti ti uiiitiiui;u
sh olllccrs, thrco bojs nnd llueo glils
lo seo how Ihej can liupiovo tlielr
gaulcn. Wo me tijlug hard, Wo
hope this school will win (lie prlzo
which the Bulletin olfuicd
Wo havo not uilii fo- foiu miiulhs.
I hopo It would lain mi that wo cm
do bomelhlng with oui guidon Wo
nrfor tho name or W. P. Tlala. I to
MOKU KIKE SMITH.
, Scciclury for, Bojj.
I'lupil.ikiu School, Maul,
Jim. Hi, 19Ub.
Honolulu, T. II.
Denr Sir I heaiil fiom my teacher
that oveij school nro going in thu
Our school j mil Is clomi and wo
.no going to woik in tlio gardens.
Mis Cockett planted many kind of
(iiinutiou In hur gulden, pluk, blue,
white, dink, tod and othoi culms.
Wo planted gingers, vrfilot, iuMur
tiuuis, ennnu and blgonln. There U
ono bannnu patch behind our schuol
houso and tlneo inso upplo tiees
I nm going to closo my letlci.
Youi loving llttlo filend,
Sccretiuy lor gills,
While glass will not glow In certain
luitii or Allien, Ihcbo loralllleu aio
the ibheiit In llancilng plnnts.