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r.vnNiNa ntru-nTiN, Honolulu t h, Saturday mn s 100s
QOrT A T
Hi: University Hall, wlilcli Is'
considered tho society, event
of thu season, proved one of
I tlio grandest successes of
lliu many events given by tliu
hospitable (5lnl). Pvcr) thing
went ns merrily its tlio pio-
M-miiii marriage liell, nml brnvo men
nml fnlr women passed before the ii.it-
ronosstB wlio received nt the club, and I
inclitilcil Mrs. Walter 1'rear, Mrs. Hid-
ne Halloa whoso husband It most-
dint of the clnli Mrs. A (l.utlcy, MrM.
V II Ilabbllt and Mrs. CI.irt.-mo
Cooke. They wcro all licautlfiilly
di cased ami rnriled liouiiiota of vio
lets. Thu dcturatlvo scheme, was car
ried out with much nrtlstlc ellect. Wis
Jet la, suspended from the latticed cell
ing in tho ballroom, anTl lanals, ox
iiuldtol) carried out the Idea of a
Japanese garden. Ou ono of tho la
mils of the Hawaiian hotel, which wns
Riven up foi tlio occasion, a celling of
greens, dalntlng hinging, attracted
the eje Prom the dressing rooms,
across the bridge connecting tho club
with tho hotel, a canopy was sin cad, I
protecting everybody fiom tho r.iln, '
vvhlcli fell In the carl) part of the garet Loomls Mr and Mrs L,uu,e.
evening The palm Hue bower, Mr. C II Merrlnm, Mr It V. Mil
. led to tho ball room, whero wnltzos ' chell, Mr. and Mrs P W. Macfarl.tce,
mid twostcps attracted tho dancers. j Mr. John M. Jlncklnnon, Mrs. It K
The giant palms which adorned tho MacKinnon, I)r nml Mrs MncCalluni,
lanals, thu bamboo screens for quiet Mies Mary Moore, Hon and Mrs. P.
talks, the (lags, the lights becomingly - A Jlntl Sniltfi, Dr. mid Mrs. II V.
arranged, all spoku eloquently of the J Murray, Lieut J S McClcery, U 8.
time and thought bestowed upon inak- A., Mr 1. T McDonald, Mr. nml Mrs.
lug the lull n success. The Wnlklkl ', K Jl)ers, Mr and Mrs Harr) Mat
lanal scivcd as a lounging room, and farlanc, Miss Allco Macfarlanc, Mr.
lcmonndo and punch wcie served . It. P Mist, Mr. nnd Mrs II. L. Minx,
throughout the evening Tho Hawaii- Miss Ida G. MacDonald, Mr. and Mis.
and baud and Prncst Kaul's utdicstra II Mlddlcdltcli, Miss Helen Mne.'.-.r-ulleriiatcil,
nnd they wt-io ucieened , l.ine. Mr nnd Mrs. Wnlti r P. Jlncfar-
li. palms nml bamboo shoots. Supper
was scived at midnight and tho danc
ing continued until 3 o'clock. Mr.
Harry Macfarlanc, Mr nnd Mrs. Albeit
Afong, Mrs Whiting, Jlr W. A.
Lovo and Mrs Clarence Cooko nr-
lunged tho ikceirntlotis. There were
mi many handsome toilettes that It Is
almost Impossible to describe them,
nnd so many strangers that It was
unite like another ntmospheie. Tho
list of guests was as follows:
The guests of tho Club were
Mr and Mrs. Henrv Afong, Mr. and
Airs I, Abrnms, Dr I) W. Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Afong, Mr. nnd
Mra. .1 11 Arcndt, Mr nml Mrs P. C.
Alhertou, Ml and Mis. Chmles H.
Mr Itnvmoml C. Drown, Mr. nnd
Mrs. SI Clair llldgnod, Mr. nml Mis.
A. W T. Ilottomlcv, .Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Ilabbllt, Mr. P. Ilathelor, Mlsa Tht
odohl.i Uurr Burnett, Hon. and Mia.
Sldlte.v llalloil, Jllsa Allte Diown. Ml
and Mra C A Drown, .Mi Spencer
lllckeiton, Mr. and Mrs Wlllanl P.
llmwu, Dr. mid Mrs. W. It. llrlnckei
liolT, Mis P. ltenisen Ililuekeihoff,
.Paymaster and Mrs 11 llujes Diooke,
Kir I A llilrb, Mr. 0. W. Ilaldwln.
l)i. and Mis llnirj lllckuell, Mr. nml
Mrs. Alfied T. Iliocl., Mr. and Mm.
Morrlu Dlssel, Mr. Cecil Drown, Miss
M. i: Drown, Col. John Diddle, U. S.
A.. Mr. (Ieo. Drown.
Mi. 11. K. L Castle, Mr and MrB.
C M Cooke, Jr. Mr nml Jlra. (Ieo.
1'. Cooke, Mr. Alfred I) Cooper. Mr.
ami Mis. J. 11 CiiBtlo, Mr and Mis.
llenrv P Cooper, Miss Maig.uet Cas
lie. Mi P Cli-Kliorn. Mr. Win It Pas
tie, MIm Deatrlco Castle, Mlta Car
mill Cloe, Mr and Mils A N C.itnp
bell, Mr. anil Mrs .las I. Cockbiirn,
Miss Allco Cooke, Dr and Mrs C 11
Cooper, Hon. and Jlra A. J. Campbell,
Mi. If C. Caiter, Mrs J O Caller,
Mr. A 11 Claik, .li . Mi. A It Cunba,
Mr nnd Mrs. C M Cooko. Hon nnd
Mm Chas P Chllllngwoith, Mi. P M
Campbull, Lt. A. W. Chilton. U S. A .
Mra May Molt Smith Cunningham
Mr Henry Cobb, Mr nnd Mia. C. II
Cooko, Capt. J P. Caller. II. S N,
Jlr. and Mis. J. P Cooke, Mia. Mabel
H. Pox. I. i: Cofer, M. I)., Hon. and
Mra. Cluing Tso Pan, Hon A. du Souza
Can ivarro, Mr and Mra It. A. Cooko,
Miss Helen Carpenter, Hon and Mm
(1. It Carter, Mr. W. L. Castlu, Mlas
draco Cooku, Mr. P. II. Clarke, Gov
ernor A S. Cleghoin.
Mrs, S P Damon, Miss Violet Da
inori, Mr and Mrs. I). A. Diwsett, Mr.
nml Mia J M. Dowaett, Mr. and .Mia
11. P. Dillingham, Mr. nnd Mib. Jame.i
1). Dole, Mr. Pd DuUcuburg, Mlas du
l'Aitlguo, Mi nnd Mra S M Damon,
Miss Mabel Dean, MaJ S. W Dunning,
U. S. A., Mra. Deacon, Ml and Mra.
P. It Damon, Mi. nnd Mra. 0 V. C
Dteilng, Mlsa Daiifurd
Mi. J. 0 Puma, Capt P W. Pxlon,
II. S. A, ltev. and,Mis. John P. Prd-
Mr nml Mia. II Kuckc, Govcriioi
mid Mis Piem, Mlas Coiisuelo Palk
enberg, Mlsa lieno Phhur, Mr J C
Pltzgeiald, Mr and Mrs Geo Pali
child, Capt. and MrB. A. Pullei, Mra.
J. I yfe, Jlr John P. Plcmlng, Colt and
Mia. J H llshor. Miss L II 1 Isher, ,ho Mlsfes Winston. Tho long oval
Mr II S Plsher, Mr and JHs P. H I (oi,lo converted Into a huge bed of
Poole. Jlr Geo. G. Puller, Lt nml ft,,,,H lulll BrueBi ,,m which reated
Mia W 0 Pn, U. 8 Jt C, Jlr nnd pi,,; and white naterB, was greatly ad
Mis i; L Parnsworth, Hon and Mra ,lnre,i Tall silver candlesticks with
ltnlph Porster, Mi. and Jlrs. C JI. V J nmk shailes Biirrounded It, nnd tho
JIi nnd .Mis II S Gray, Jlr W. A
Greonwell, .Mr and Mra, J. It. Gull,
Miss llhoda Green, Dr. nml Jlra M.
P. Grossman, Mis Mary (limn, Mr.
nnd Jtra. W Jlonlroso Graham, Jlr.
1i,iii Mrs J. A Gllman, Mr. and Jlra.
'1, II. Gore, Jlr und Jlra A. Gurtley, of lace, tho whole tffect be
Mr M Jl Graham, Jlr. and Jlrs. J. lug decidedly Prcnch Jlra. Hum-
.Mi. nnd Jlrs. C S Hnlloway, Mr
nnd Mis C. 11. High Mr lt. S Him
jnr. .Mrs Geo, Hubert llosmer, Hon,
A S llnrtwoll, JIIbb Hartwell, MIsb
Do othy Ilnitwell, .Ml and Mis. Pur-
ley L Homo, JIIsb P M llutchliia,
Ai thin G Ilodglus, JL D., Lady Hoi-
ion. Jlrs P A. Hurmleu, Capt. P. H
llunivhrej, IT. S A., Jlr nnd Jlrs. P.
1. Hatch Mr. Howard Ileileuiann, Ml.
Pari Sledemanii Jllsa Allco Ilede
,o,, T n.,,l Mr. V R Hnnpi .Iv..
iimuiii ii ii ....-,..,
Mr and Mra C lledeminn Hon nnd
Jlrs C It Heiniiiw.iy, JIi and Jin..
(Ieo F Iloiishnll. Jlrs A L, Ilnlclitii-
son, Mr, i: 1.. Hutchinson Mr. iiud
JlrB. Kritnit I.. Hoogs, Jllss Hughlliig,
Miss Hnrdnwa), Mr nml" Jlra J. 1
C. Hngtmi, Dr. nml Mrs. F II. 1 Itim
pltrla. Mr. Richard M. Isonbcrg, Mr nml
Jlrs. Itlclinrtl Ivois, Ml. and Mib.
l'.inl It. Iscnbcrg, Col. and .Mrs. C. I.
lauken, Mlsa Lormi latikca, Archer
Irwin, Jl. I).
Mr uuil Mrs. Pelt-r C. .loncs, Mlsa
Loulsu .lohiiHim, Col Satn lohnsoii, N.
(!. II , nnd Mrs Johnson, Miss Vie
(in la Jordan.
Miss M Kimball, Mr. Tlio. S. Kny,
Mr and Mrs. James A. Kennedy, Mr,
James I). Kcmicd, Mis Kllrnt, Mr.
ami Mis. S. It. Klngsbur), Mr. and
Mrs. (J. W. 11 King, 1'rlnco and Prin
cess I). Knwanamiko.i, Mr. Clifford
Klmbill, Mr. T. V. KIiik.
Mr. and Mrs Stanley Livingston,
Mr. and JlrJ Pbtn Low, Mr. and MrB
V. A. Love, Mr. and Mrs A. l-wls.
Jr, Jlr Alan J. Lowrey Mr nnd Mis
1!. J Lord, Mr. and Mrs 1 J Lowrc),
Mr V. D. l.owrej, Mr. C. P Living'
clou, Miss Sarah Lucas, Miss Jlnr-
lane. Mr C. II Mcllrlde, Mr. W. II
Jlclncrii). Mr. J I). Mclnerny, Mr C
W. Mncrailanu, Miss Madge JlcC-uul-less,
Mr. and Mrs. J A. JlcCnndleis.
Mr Arthur Mackintosh, Miss Marian
MrfJIlvray. Dr and Mrs. llruco JIcv.
Mackall, Miss Adclo Morgan, Jll3
laid) Macfarlanc, Hon. mil Mrs Jllkl
Mr and Mrs L. II. Newell
Capt. C W. Otwell, Mr. C 11 Olson
Mr. and Jlra. Albert, H Olmsted.
Mr. T. H l'etrlo. Miss L 11 lnt .
.Mrs Doris Paris, Mr. and Mrs M. V
Ptossor, Mr anil Mis i; u i-eieis,
U. A M. Pardee, U. S A... MaJ and
Mis. (loo C. Potter, lion A. Perry,
Mi and Mrs Chns S. Plllsburv. Mr.
and Mrs. P. II Paris, Mr. 11. W. Per
kins, Col and Mrs. Samuel Parker.
C.n(l ll.iniiis, M. I), Mr. nnd Mia
,1ns L. nob-rtson, Mr nnd Mra WP
ll.im T. Ilawllns, Mr. W. 1. ltotlt, MIbh
Mailon Until, Miss Aiu Hussel. Mr.
M. A Robinson, Mr. and Mis. P. P.
Illth.trdson, Mr. II II Hvrrotl, Mis
Sophlel It) croft, Lt and Mis. lolm
Itandolpb. Miss Ada Ithodes, Mib.
Muile UeeJ, Mr. nnd Mis. (ieo Ilij
dick. Ml nnd Mrs O W Snillh Mlna Pi
nora Sturgeon, Lt. A. M. Snlpp, V S
A., (ion Scott Shlpp, U. S. A., Miss
Iimgard Schnufor, Mr and Mrs. N. S.
Sachs. Miss P M Slovens, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs Jared
(1. Smith, Mi and Mrs P. M Swany,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II Smith, Mr P. W.
Sutton, Miss Stanley, Ml and Mrs
llnnnuy Scull", Mr. nnd Mra II A
Sluing. Mr Giistnv Schaerer, Prof,
mid Mrs M M Stott. Mr Waller (1
Snillh. Miss Million Scott. Mr L P
Siott, Mr anil Mis. Ohns Heliiy
Snillh, Mlsa Jlargaitt Shupcrd, Mis
Shopeid, Mi W 11 Smith
Mrs Leonard Thajer, Mrs. P. K
Thompson. Mr Wndu Warren 'Ilmyei
j iMl. ,, ,: T,.mt.5i Mr nnd
M A ,, Taylor, Mr. lind Mrs ll.uo
Mr ,, MrH ,( Vau Dine, Mr
nnd Mia II M von Holt
Dr. ami Mra O. P Wall, Mr. and
Mra C S. Weight, Mr and Mra P. L
Weavei, Ml. and Mra. Win L. Whit
ney. Mlt.s K. Woodford, Miss L Whit
btck. Mi. nnd Mia S (1. Walker, Mlsa
Lillian Winston, Mlsa Leila Winston,
.Mr. and Mra. II. Wood, Miss Pthel W1I
rox, Mr. nnd Mis. J S Walket, Ml.
and Mrs. Allen While. Ml. and Mis
Pdgar Wood, Mr and Mrs J. A Wil
der, Mr. H. A. Walker, Ml W (1 Wal
ker, Dr. 0. 11 Wood. Mr and Mra (1
P. Wilder, Hon and Mra A A. Wll
der, Mi Win Williamson, Mlaa Cor
delia Walker, Mlsa N. 11 Winston, Mr,
It. P Wilght, Mrs. P II Whiting, Mr,
Guilfoid II. Whitney. Miss Plln Wilt,
Capt. and Mib. S D. Wndhamu, llov,
nnd Mis. J. W. Wndtnim, Mra Gtr-
ti udo Wilder, Jlr, und Mis. P Jl. Vnt-"j
Mfl3 Katu young, Mib. J. P Young
One of the handsomest illuucia glv
en for a long time vuia the one of Mlas
Nancv Winston nt tho Alexandei
Young hotel In tho largo dining loom
kept for private parties, II una In
honor of her cousins, Jlrs Newall and
,,iaco cards depleting kcenes of yo
ohlcn tlmca, were pictty souvenirs
Jllsa Wlmton vvoro a creation of
Worth, a black and whlto laco over
white satin, embellished with narrow
'urns of black vclvut She looked
dimming. Jlra. Dccrlng's dross was
phrls vvoro n lovely fiotk of real
ulah laco over white satin, and Mrs
Newall In while, was much admlied
The .Misses Winston, In their dainty
frocks, looked fresh nnd glillsh. The
guests went to tho ball nnd they In
tluded tho guestB of honor, Jlr and
Jlrs. Novvall, tho Jllsses Winston, Dr
nml Jlrs. Htimphrls, Jlr. nnd .Mrs C
w. Cnso Peering, Prlnco and Princees
Knwannunkoa. tlio pilncess looking
partlculailv beautiful: Paymaster and
Itn UinolfM tlm Inller In n lirpltv
tu ..-..-(, .. ,.,,... ... r. ,-. ...
pink frock; Dr nnd Mrs Murray,
Mis. Cox, of Salem, .Mass, Jli umljlom of tho Slates,
Mrs A. (I HnWLS, Jr, Governor Cleg
lint ti Ml ftiullii L'nuM .! t P.1 rvf.l
Dulseiiberg Mi David Anderson Mr
Plllsburj, Dr Hobson, Dr. Irwin of
llilo, Mr Clifford Kimball
The ball to be given by the Slulncn
Is commenting to assume large pio
portions Tin- committee In chnrge hi
holding frequent meetings nnd the
members of the order, Iudlvidii.ill,
are showing much interest In tho sue
cess of the affair. Alrtndv soniuwheie
In the neighborhood of eight hundred
Invitations hnvo been applied for. Tho
Invitations wilt be out by tho 12th of
Hie month The ball will tnke place
at thu Moann Hotel on thu evening of
the "1st, nml as arrangements will bo
mndo for late tars to all pans of town
It la expected that tho festivities will
continue until thu call) morning
Mr. nnd Mrs MtCaiiillcsB of Wnl
klkl gnvo a beautiful dinner Inst I'll
day In honor of Dlshop Moore, who
has been entertained so much slnco
his nrrlvnl here Pink carnations dec
orated the table The guests Included
Mr. nnd Mrs P C Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Dillingham, ltev and Mis Wadninn,
Miss Wndman, Mlsa McCandless and
Mrs. Sclmn Kinney was the host-
ccs of a small tea at her nrtlstlc bun
galow on Aiiapunl Mrtct Tuesday.
Among tho guests were Mrs. L. L.
McCandless, Mrs Davis, Mrs. Harrl
Kin, Mrs. William P. Tavlor, Miss
Cartel, Mlts Nina Adams Miss Maud
Kinney favoied the guests with mil
tdc. Mr. and Mra. A O. Ilawes, Jr.,
gave an Informal dlnnci tor Miss
Carmen c'lowe, u guest of the llcde
manti's, on Tuesday evening. Among
I .oso pit-sent wcie Mr nnd Mrs C.
W. Casc-Deerlng, and Mi. Klthaid
Mr. nnd MrB nnnney Stott gave a
pretty dinner nt tho Alexander Young
hotel laBt oveiilng Their dinner
guests lutludth Mr and Mrs Walter
Ilrinckcrhof, Miss Million Scott nnd
Mi Ulchard Wright.
Mr Walter Dillingham nnd Mr
Harold Dillingham sailed In the Ko
icn Mr. Harold Dillingham will bo
mnrrltd to Mlas Mai garet Hydc-Smlth,
nnd Mr Walter Dillingham la to bo
Mr. and Mrs Cosllnsky nro domi
ciled nt the Young hotel. Tho former
la n brother of Mra. M. Phillips They
lire on thdr wedding tour.
Mr. Clifford Kimball expecta to go
Past In two months anil will join Ills
wife, who has been visiting Ills mi
nt Ives In lloslon.
Mr. and Mra. Tiimei and Mrs. Held
nirlvud III the Mongolia ami .no guejts
of the Sidney Halloas.
Among those departing In the Ko
rea wcro Mr. and Mra. Simpson and
Monslgneur da Sllva.
Mra C Iledeniann hna been ipilto
(eilously 111 for it wtek. She la Im
Monslgneur da Sllva dop.uted In the
Koiea Do made man) fileuda during
his vlbtt here
This morning Mia Cotkett gave
mi Interesting nddiess on "Tho
Among tho pionilneiit peoplo who
uiu through pafbcngcis ou the Korea
ure tho following.
Gaston Hcllot of Pails, ntcompa
nled by Jlrs Hcllot, Is on a visit to
tlio States, en unite around tho
William Jlartln, U S. Consul Gen
oral at Hankow, China, for many
years, la en route to Washington nnd
to visit his homo In Dunkirk, X. Y
Piy master JI. II Goldsborough, Ii.
3. N , hna been attached to the Asiat
ic station fur tho past tlueu yenis,
and la now en route to Washington.
W. It. Patterson of Chicago has
been making u business and pleasure
tilp to tho Orient. He is nrtonipn-
nled by Mis nnd the Jllssts Pattcr-
II. It. Spencer of Poitland Is ro
utining to lila homo after u two
years' absence on business In tho
Pernnnd Lovlc of Sydney, N. 8.
W , Js en i onto to London.
N. L. Arntltngo and .1. II. I'.iwl;
ner, wnll known In the buslneas
world of Japan, mo on a visit to Cal
ifornia Mr and Mia. II A. Pcrguson of
Tacoma mo leturnlng from n tout of
W. G lllackvvell and L C. Coven
tiy of London aro making a tour
mound the wot Id for reel cation.
Otto Prnnz, of the Austilan Pin
baasy nt To Mo, uccompnnled by Mis.
Franz, am en inutu to Vienna.
Jlessis, llouck nnd Kaiser of Bres
Inn, Germany, aro making n tout of
J. W. J Jellle, for many years In
the customs service In China, la en
loute to visit Ills homo in Pnglnml.
Hans Alhcrs, Chancellor of the
Slumebo Legation In Ilerlln, Is te
tiiinlng fiom n visit to Slam.
John J Caiter, of tho Standard
Oil Co, ls.cn loute to his homo-iln
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Letters From Schools
Wnlhcc, Maul, Jan 24, tlios
W K l'nrrlngton, Psii l'dlloi i: i
n I u g II u I 1 c t I n i Honolulu,
Dear Sin I am going to tell vou
that wo have planted some vtgt
tables I nm taking care of my Ill
tie garden. I will mime you Hid
reeds, cohird, beets, lettuuo, and
1 nm In tho fifth guide. We hnl
u terrible wind heio And I nlwaya
wet my garden, morning nnd aftei
noon Youra tuily,
Wulhee, Maul, Jan. 21, Pius
W. It. Paiiingtuu, Pag.. Pdltoi Pv n-
n lug llullell'i, Honolulu,
Deal Sir We havo n line uhool
nt Wnlhee Our schoil giouuil Is
n.. Hun .1...I In. 1 ,1 (1 (,!,. Inn.
ii 111 .. n. i. ,ihad and almost kills our plants
pick very hnrd nnd carry dirt In tool . . , , ,.,,..
,i,. ,. rrl, ,. i, Wo nro trying hnrd to do right.
............ ..... .i .i.,.. i,,.... ..i...l
, . .. i .! i i i
til somo vegetables lc their garden,
, ... .... i
lU'.IIlM, Knt'L'L IIUUUMUB, U I fl ItlUlO III-,
laillshcs, beets, tabbages, tomatoes,
mubturd, onions, aweet corn, und la
tum; that la what I lemcmbt-r tint
the boys planted, I hope that Wal
hee school will take tlio prl7c And
wo havo n teirlblo hard ivlnd at ,
Wll I hen
And we nio In the filth
Wnlhee, .Maul, Jan.124, 190S
W II. l'nrrlngton, Psq , PJItor Pv e
n I n g II ll 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
D"ar Sir. We ure vvoiklng In the
giound, digging (11 1 1 and shoveling,
to (111 up tho tnro patches And
some of our boys carry tlio dlit la
vvheclhnriowB Some of our bovs
havo worked theli gardens beauti
fully. Theli inbbagcs lire growing
veiy nice and some other tilings bc
rldo cabbage Our taio patch Is
neai ly Illled with dlit. We are hav
ing u terrible wind today , It Is
slicing und cold, too I rtm In tho
llfth gr.ido now. And we an- n-ul-
mg In (he history. Wo mo giillng nhool Om sthool Is coining up
nliing nlicly now. The glils m-w Hue. Our weaving work Is very
their work In sthool Hanill in hlefs, pretty and the bovs' garden la miiu
plttuus, frames und something tlio Jng up u-iy line. They wutt-i It ov
besldts lundkeithlers und plituro '-ry iLiy . 'I hey have lots of vege
f I nines. 1 bone tho Wiillue ulitol tables planted nlriady Out hi hool
'vlll taku the prize.
I remain, yiiuia truly, ,
Wnlhee. Maul. Jan 21, 190S.
W. It. I'.iiiiuglim, Psq, Pdltoi Pv o-
n I n g Bulletin, Honolulu,
Dear Sli: Wo have a veiy tcnl
blo wind In Wnlhee We nio liylng
to keen om town dean And our
Fihool y.ud is getting vii nlie. Wo
hnvo a great big Kthool Our Bchool
It- very neat lo the mount tins. We
have three days lo win I. In .1 week.
Wo nro learning to vvcivc Wo have
no Janitor In our sthool Wo luivo
tlueu giades In oui loom I nm In
Hie ITftli Header. We Have plttures
uiiiund tho walls of oui m hool. And
vo have u map roller The boys are
petting on well with the guldens.
They havo u gieat big gal den.
Wulhee Sthool. W'alliee. Jlaill,
Jan J4, T908.
W. It. P.irilngton, Psn. , Pdltor leve
lling Bulletin. Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I nm going to let you
know about oui si hool
Our gieat big yard Ik very well
kept; the boys nro very anxious
about our yard. Just two years ago
It was an awful plate, but now when
tho vlsltois tomo to oui whool thoy
mo all sin prised and say that our
yard Is very much Improved. Wo
mo hoping to get awav the ohPtot
tugc, mid smooth that plate Then
1 think It will be a veiy n:co plate.
Yes; wo have a fine school houso;
also tho grounds It Is veiy pleasant
mid comfortable to sit lu tho Prin
cipal's room mid look out to the
gieat open ocean, and grcon cane
Ileitis, nnd Hawaiian beiutv of beau
tiful, beautiful mountains.
Our boys have a pretty good lot of
vegetables planted. Wo are having
very strong wind. So wo aro quite
ufrald It will destroy the vegetables,
but boys mo to Interested In their
gat dens, tlio vegetables aie growing
piotty well so fai
Wo ill (i all hoping the vegetables
wl grow well und have tho llrst
Vlluee, Maul, Ian 21, 1908.
W. 11 Partington. Psq, Pdltor live
n I u g Bulletin, Honolulu,
T. II. "
Deal Sir' I want to tell you Hint
I huve worked quite haul ul the be-
'ginning of my gaulcn I hnvo phn-
led In in) garden collaid, uidlsh.
beans, lettuce, and Hawaiian rano.
1 am In tlio fifth gi.ule, and ull the
bos In my giade and other grades
have worked haul So I hope tin-
Walhcc School will take the pltze.
I will dose inv letter
YourB tt illy,
Wnlhce, Maul, Jan 21. 1908
Yv It Pnirlngton, Psi , Pdltor P v e-
u I n g Bulletin, Honolulu.
Dear Sir- I am willing you this
letter to tell what we boys do In our
m hool nnd out ynnl, nnd also with
( in now tools
Some little boys pull weeds nnd
water the plants
Somo of the boys work In tho
Sard and 1111 the taio patches
And some boys clean the new tools
i.ndtr the bchool house
Othei work Is done verv well.
Tho vegetables are all growing
very well now, but the wind Is very-
We have County government and
I am one of the nollco now.
, , ,, ' . ,i ,
I am In tho fifth grade 1
oiii school will get the prize.
I icmatn, yours respectfully,
Wnlhee, .Maul, Jan 211. 10S.
u'- " rnnlngton. Pt . Kdltor P v c
u I n g Bulletin, Honolulu
Dear Sir: I will tqll you some
thing about the y.ud. Wo work's!
en our ynnl very hard and strong.
Wo leveled up tho holes In the
grounds nnd threw the stones nvvny.
We pulled the weeds up nnd run
the l.iw-nmower on. We planted
glass in our yard and watered lt
all day. When the grass grows
rtning enough, we uiu the lawn
mower over It.
Wulhee, .Maul, J.m 21. 1908
It l'nrrlngton, Psq , Managing
Pdltnr P v e n I n g 11 u I 1 e 1 1 n
Honolulu, T. II.
Deal Sir. I am wilting this let
ler lo let you know- about our
giound Is very nice; the grass U
planted nil over It And tho boys
taku the lawn-mower and pass It
all over tho ynnl. We hnvo lino
I aim ticca planted, too When we
clean our tchoul wo dean It vorv
neatly . And we have no monitor for
our cleaning I am In tho sixth
grade I think tills nil that I have
to relate lo ton.
K.iauhiihii Si hnol,
Ham, iKua. Hawaii, Jan. 2.!, 19(18
W It Parrlngton, Pdltor P v o it I u g
II tl I I et I n, Honolulu, T II
Dear Sir I nut one of the pupils
In thu Kiiauhilhu Sthool I nm go
ing lo tell you about our school
Piom Mondav till Friday nininliig wo
have Physiology, Natuie Study, Head
ing Lessons, and Lessons ou Cot let I
I onus, Weather Chnit, hut Pi Ida)
afternoon we have house (leaning,
sewing and ve.iving und gank-nlng.
Sometimes nil the big glila stay In
tho school loom lo vvnsh tho desks
and put thu hooks und slates In or
Our school giiiund Is level nnd flno.
.Last ycai In A pi 11 all tho chlldien
planted potatoes, cabbages, onions,
thill pepper, etc Of course Mime of,
tho vegetables hive been eaten
Our tiees which wo planted on Ar-
boi Da) 190.1 mo growing itlccl)
Oak tiees, Pine Ireca, Olcandci tlt-es,
and in my other tites mo glowing
ml mound our hdtool )ard
Fiom our gulden wo send you n
box of potatoes, papain and vvnlawl
A Happy Ne.w Year nlolia from nil
the Kiiauhubii sthool children to )ou.
A Pom Hi Giadu Pupil.
llninakita, Hawaii, Jan 20, 1908.
W It. Pmrliiglon, Psq , Pdltor P v e-
n I n g II u 1 1 o t I n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir 'As I lend In the P ve
il I n g Bulletin about tho ton
test and tho ptlze Jim offer to the
winners of, the public schools, I
thought I would Join In too
I am mil) a new- pupil of tho Ka
iiiiliuliu Sthool Theio aro many
'tlvllilron attending this school Jly
teacher's naino Is Jllsa Iluttlo Sart
Oui school house has been painted
Sflgp "FOR nENT" cardt on sale
the Bulletin officii.
i ( ' I s
Old Sores Cured by
"THE HOUSEHOLD SURGEON"
DrugBists refund money if DR.
PORTER'S ANTISPPTIC HUAL-
INC, OIL faiu. Mado by PARIS
JIPDICIN'E CO, Saint Louis, U. S.
and Hie fttue posts whitewashed Our'?l
teat Iipi told us lo keep tver-tiling in'.
and out of hi hool (lean and tld. nnd -V'
not lo in irk iiinthlng on the sthool !
housi or (lluib ou the feme '-
The ibllditn have hrcn trying to ''
be veiv tldv when tomtng to school
mid thev have pie tied tout teai Iter
The every s( hind-day ptogrnm
tuni us follows When the bell
lings In the inclining the children get
Into their lines The American ling
is then hoisted, after whtrli we ull
I cello our verses about thu flag Aft
er the recitations we tnarib Into tho
I r hool room nnd tnke out rents quiet
ly. We fold our hands and sit up
straight. Then we recite Hie Lord's
Pra)er. Then singing nnd roll call
After tlio loll tall, the teacher In
spects our hands nnd feel Follow lug
this she talks about ileinllness' to
us. Then we have n short retltntlon
about tho month, year, date, tempera
ture, etc. Prom then on, tho three
classes in school nre assigned to their
work Wo have a small recess nt
half past ten to quarter lo eleven,
mid n big recess from twelvo to half
last twelve During tlteso iiionion's
of test from our studies outdoors, we
are allowed to play many different
kinds of games, such as "Playing
rati h," ' Jatk and Hachel." "The Cat
and Dog," "Pln)lng marbles,' "P.isq
ball," etc One of tho lilies at school
Is, Hawaiian, Portuguese mid Japan
tfe languages me not allow ed In the
school premises So we have nil tried
to obey that nile Wo speak the Pn
gllsb language as well as we can,
though Fometluies some phrases
which wo uso aro corrected by oui
In school we stiidv Arithmetic,
Heading, Geography, Physlolog), Na
tuie Study. Paw-all in History, thaw
ing. Letter Writing, Story Work and
Grammar. Our leather explains tho
lessons very well and helps the thll
tlrcn to get the thought tleurly and
to uhderstntid them
One day we were having our Geog
raphy lesson, nnd our teacher told
us the plates that she visited, anil
told Important events about them
We could Just Imagine everything
She also showed us the postal cards
and the picture books of San Diego
and other Important scenes along the
Ou Tuesday, our Geography lesson
from tho natuial Plcmeutiir) (li-ng-inpli),
pages t-lxty-tliree and sixty -lour,
about Oregon pines, tho prune
tut hards, the Columbia river and the
Will imctto liver. This lesson plets-
ed us very ninth Indeed, ns tour tenth
or gave us unutuci Interesting talk
Shu went tu ross the Willamette liver
mi u btldge In the elcitilc tar. He
line the tar tiobsed the bridge It
stopped, lt stopped hctaiiae, as n
steamer sailed up tho river, the
btldge opened, nnd It swayed out
ward to allow- the steamer to pass
Hit (High When she was Mtfel)
tltinugh, the bridge c.iuio back to Its
gencinl position, und the cats mid
tho wagons went along their way.
Lvery Friday Is our t leaning day
I sometimes sow pillow cases and
MiiiictliiHM I wash the window a, sweep
the si hool loom, mid (lent the black
bom ds All the little children go out
to clean the aid We pi inteil do
le Is, geianliims, nasturtiums lu oui
When the bell lings we till stop
working nnd go Into our lines Then
we mm th Into the si hool loom. Wu
then sing about two songs ami i cello
out- afternoon verses Tim sthool Is
then over and nil the ihlldtcn go
I hope when )ou come to Hnuiakua
yem will call Into our schnol.
With tho 190S greetings of nlnha
to )ou fiom in) m liooliuates and m
seir, Fiom a eon n try sunbeam,
P H Wo nro sending you a box
of potatoes fiom our garden
Cure for Drunkenness
Orrlno Treatment to bo Used at
Homo Without Publicity, or Iiss
ot Tlmo from Business.
Tho best nld to leniporante la some
thing that will strengthen tho tlnink
ard'a w rocked nervotia system and ture
ins unnatural ci nvlng for drink Wc
hellevo Hint, an) man who really de
sires to be) Lined of tho liquor hnblt
tan euro himself by using Orrlno This
remnrkahlo treatment has made so
wan) curea that wo aro glad to sell It
under an nbroluto guarantee to refund
he money If lt does not cure
It Is In two forms- No 1 that can
bo given secretly, and No 2 for those
who wish to bo cured. It Is not only
the, most reliable tientincnt known, but
It Is nlso the most economical ns It
msts onl) Jl a box and there la no de
tention from the usual duties, whllo If
ti euro Is nol effected, thero Is no ex
penso whntever. JIall orders filled on
.ccclpt of pi Ieo In plain sealed pr.ck
are Wrllo for fico booklet. The Or
rlno Co , Washington, I). C,, or llano
'.ilu Drug Co.
MISTAKEN FOR A DECR.
"Wheio Is Hint old guldn with lung
while whiskers?" queried lite niuateur
hunter ns ho enteied tho groat north
'I nm him, ah," replied Hie guide
with tliefulAwecl elilu nml high cheek
' tfSPvmi have n't long whlto wills
kors. nft filend'"
"I did have, alt but some of those
blame il tin hunluts bIioI them nil off '
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U :: : & & - a ft a u
Mlsa Hobb. who recently died In
Pdlnblirgh at the ago of 94. had been
on Hie Pngllslt nnvj pension roll
since birth, ns she wns tho posthu
mous child of Capt. Hobb of the roy
.Mrs .Michael D.ivltt Is lollrlllug
liont friends of Iter husband In the
I nlted States such documents unit
( thct material ns tnny bo useful In
propnrlng an authentic life of the
I'he German crown princess la ti
mere girl nnd a very fresh and de
lightful one still One day recently
Her Knyal Highness, during nn ex
cursion from Helllgendam to Xoln-h.-igen,
lost n brilliant It wnB a.
Jtwel sho prliod nnd search was
made for It by members of her suite,
ns well as by the foresters. Ful
some dn)i, how over, the stone re
mained lost, then a woman en mo
ttpit It quite by accident and re
turned It to the princess, who show
ed her Joy at getting It batk fly giv
ing' souvenirs to over) one who had
Inken part In tl.u search
Few people nro nwaro that moro
than one Piiropcan princess Is now
living as a humble tutu In u llrltlsli .
convont. 1 hero will soon be mi In-tcre-stlng
addition to "royalty in tho
cloister." for Princess Clnrn of lla
vatla, ft delightful nnd accomplished
membci of tho royal castle, Is to cu
ter the Deticdlttlno convent at
Northvvood. In tho Isle of Wight,
which already has a royal lady as
mother superior Princess Clnrn
docs not )et know the mother supe
rior of the convent, where she means
to pass the rest of her life, but sho
will be sure of a ver) kind welcome
from the only ox-queen In tho world
who wears the veil, for tho superior
of .North wood It the widow of Hint
Doin Miguel who was once king of
Tito Infanta Pulalle once bad a
marvelous gown prcsoi.ied to her
whltlt waB woven (from gtss! The
fubrlc was n silk wrap vvovu with
strands of glass mid us tlinoVvotueti
(oulil onlv make tliree-qunrler-v of a
in tl of It In u tiny, the tost nifv be
Imagined' The gown was while, and
wns bordered with n glittering fringe!
nlso woven from glass -The HiissIuuh
have mndo a cloth from Siberian min
erals whltlt are spun Into thread,
n ml when the stuff woven betoiues
dirty It only requires plunging Into u
hot file to become spotless again. As
I estos has been made Into late, atnl
Queen Alexandra possesses tsovcrnl
lovely pieces of "asbestos lace" In
dian princes nimetlnies wear robes of
pure gold,l loth and very heavy they
most he Spider silk has been used
for stockings, and the Indians nt
llia.ll wear tlo.tks made from the
Inner bark of tiees. Tho most won
derful tloak Is that worn by tho
kings of Hawaii, whltlt Is ((imposed
cr tho golden feathers of one certain
bird. The bird whldi possesses
tht-EO legal feathers mil) has two or
them, so, as tho cloak measures elev
en feet b) live feet, one can Imagine
how man) thousand birds wcro
ilaughtercd lo make n king's mantle.
Almost all large elllci havo found
ed trade schools for girls. This
means Hint in-iny girls can learn n
trade, bo paid whllo learning nml
enter Into tho'buslness world with
out starting out us apprentices to
meet with tho dltllcultles which so
often beset now beginners Dress
making and millinery nro good
trades lo learn. Tito schools are fteo
line, the girls may enter as soon na
tho) nro ot tlio ago when tlio law
will permit them to go to work.
Almost one-half of ull tho women
vvnge-enrners In the United States nro
under 25 )cnra or nge, mid more Plan
IIS pur rent ate iittdei 3fi There nro
204 (lHTeicut neciipttlous In which
women me engaged shoulder to
rhouldci with the man toller. Tho
occupations In which tho women en
gaged outntimbei tho men nre: JIu
blelans. teat bets, boarding houso
keepers Inundorois, nurses, servants,
waiters, slenogiaphora. bookbinders,
glovcuiakets, hosiery and silk-mill
operatives, dressmakers, milliners,
sc.-imsti esses and textile workers.
On Nov 1 thero wns held through
( ut Pngl.ind und Wales tho llrst
elections nt which women wcro eli
gible ns Mnvors, Aldermen and Town
'ut each guest received a hand paint
mil Count) Councilors Women nro
already serving on about 200U public
boards In Pnglnml and Wales, most
ly boanls ot guardians of tho poor.
Tin new- bill has opened to women
117 moro public bodies, namely. 32G
Town Councils, fill County Councils,
mid US I oiidoii Borough Countlla, de
rides nil the Hoaids of Mdoimen
5S5T DULLCTIN ADS. PA -G,