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WE HAVE THE BEST
CARRIAGE, AUTOMOBILE, and WAGONS SUPPLIES; AUTOMOBILE TIRES of Best Quality
We have moved to more roomy quarters. Our show-rooms, warehouses, and store
rooms are enlarged, and we are ready for a S.gJS5BEES:
Agricultural Implements, Farm Wagons, Plows, Harrows
Everything U6ed in Small Farming
Meroliant St., near !Fort
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Knaulmhu School gieut bl Hotel Coronndo .t San 1)1
Hnmakua, Ilrwull, jego the 01 inge oich.rds In South-1
J an 2.!, 1U0S en California, with vlnovirds nud
It Iniilngton Esq Editor Eve- the w ite, melons Oh those wntor
ni ng 1) u I 1 o 1 1 u , Honolulu, ' n i Ions' I in uire Miss liaHroj Ulil
Dear Sli In tho E o n I n g
11 u I le 1 1 n (Wccltl Edition), dated
Tuesdaj, Nov D, 11)07, we lead or
the $2G prlzo J on ollei for tho beat
agricultural work 'In tho Puljllc
Sihoola of tho Territory of Hawaii
The paper ssilil that tho contest
starts ut the beginning of ho win tor
term and eutls at the close of the
tchool ear Juno, 190S. Somo of
the school children from other
ichools havo alreadj had thcli let
ters printed In jour papers begin
ning In October. I am vorj much
Interested In tho contest And will
ou receive mo In the contest list,
too? There la nothlm; like tolas to
get a pieclous prize, es jou have
kindly offered, and If, at 11 rat I don't
Get It I will try ngaln. In my Ileud
ei It sijs
"If at first jou don't succeed.
Trj, ti j, ngaln "
Yes, sli, 'I will trj "
1 am a pupil of tho fourth grade
of Knmihuliu School
lime u good kntiknu at tlioso water
melons Tho Stnnfoirt Unlveisltv,
with many big bos and girls, and
tno Unlvorcltj of California at lieik
cloy And while at lleikcley sho bald
the met Mr Chnrles Bishop, husband
of 1'ilncesS llernlco I'uunhl, founder
of tho Knmchumchii Schools She
nud her filcnda visited the Tacomi
High School, tho University of Wash
ington, and at tho Seattle High
School olio made a speech boforo .100
big boy.) and gills She bald Eomo ot
tho Ijiijh there lire bald-headed an I
they am nil sniait
On IVIdny afternoon the big gills
vvoih Is to sweep tho Bclioolrooin,
wash tho windows, clean tho desks
j nil put everj thing In ordoi Tho
big bojs and tho small children a
work Is to clean the gardens nnd our
Rch-ol jr.rd And when the girls Mu
lsh t'iclr wcik wo go out and help
the million to boo our guldens
Wo h ie no officers, sheilff, or po
licemen to into over us, as wo (1
I am fouitcen "pruk foi both the big nnd thu small
lo-UH) are oui own lunas Our gov-
When tho uhool opened this o.ir
about forty children came.
My teacher's name is Miss Hattlo
Snffrej She was not hero with us
lroin Sontemlx r to Decombor. and
irnc3s Is Mlis Siffroy, nnd whatoor
inloi Hlio tells us, we huvo to oby.
'.ml conotlmeB wo do get naughty
and wo aie punhhod by either pull
ing two hundred weeds or hoeing In
her cousin, Miss Jennlo Saffiey, the gardens or cleaning tho windows
taught In hei place Sho was away j When wo know that wo havo done
to California, Olefin, Washington, viong vv nsk hei to "Excuso us " So
Al.iuka, Victoria and Honolulu We
missed her very much Hut when
oui school bog in on the Gth of tins
month, we wcro to glad to tee her
One nun n lug when overjbodj was
quiet, she got tho map or Noith
America and then told us of her trip
to tho Pacific State., Alaska and Vic
toria. On the map sho traced hoi
louto of travel. Sho shewed us mnny
pictures of the different places sho
wo have, so far, learned how to in
spect our (cither, learned to oboj her
coiuni.inds and to govern ouisolvcs us
Then If somo of our bojs would
only get bald-he ided I guess they
will be smart, too I nni afiald tho
Mm will burn tho bald-head and the
bojs will not get smart Then thov
went on to that cold northern place,
Alaska Sho showed plctuies of Ju
neau, Alaska, the place whero they
turned In a fair) -boat.
Now, I 11 start again with bchool
life at Kanuhuhu ' I'rom Monday,
Tuesduj, WeJncsdaj and Thursday,
we have Heading Lesions, Geogr.iphj,
' hjblologj, Hawaiian Hlstorj, Ailth
luetic, Htoij Woik, Spelling, Gram
mar and Letter Writing
Libt Ap-ll we cjeaned u garden
md thtu plrnted potatoes, cabbages,
corn, indibh, lettuco nnd chill-pepper.
Wo Intended to eat our potatoes In
October, but changed our minds
again Wo wanted to wait for Miss
Saffroj to come home Why? Ilo-
( uiso we wanted hei to eat the pota
toes and the vigetnhks with us MIos
SaiTroj neer stands and looks at us
while wo arc nt work, but sho Is nl
waH icady to give n helping hand,
loo Thorefore, Ml. Editor, we, the
chlldicn of the Knnuhulm School, rue
sending sou n box of potatoes nnd
ether things from our garden, hoping
jou will enjoy them. Toll us If jou
do In caso jou lmppon to como to
hamaliuu, wo will bo glad to welcome
i our lslt to our school.
Wishing jou nil 1 Inds qt luck
throughout tho year,
1'iom a country school pupil,
MAItV IJ. OSMUU
incut toad and wo see many peoplo
go hack and forth nnd tho mall stage
that brings tho letters fjom Knwnl
hac to Honoknn. When I was ten
scats old I left this school and went
to tho llilo Union School, but I was
nut there long when my mother got
sick nnd I camo homo Then I had
to como to the Knaulmhu School
ngaln On Thanksgiving Day we all
Jan 2.".rd, 1908
W II Kairlngton, Hbfl , Hdltor H e
n 1 n i; II it I I o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Deal Sir Upon lending tho prize
contest in tho Bulletin I thought ! enjojed ouibolves ery pleasantly and
I would join In tho list, too I nm I toon the Aiboi Hay came On Arbor
a llttlo lito to begin with tho rest ot ' Hiy wo planted peach nnd pear trees
the pupils, but I would rather bo late. In oui school jaid Wo planted pear
than never I am a boy ot twolo trees, peach trees, locust trees nnd
veaisold About fort) pupils attend , plum tiees llehlnd our cottage wo
tho lC-iauhiihti School, and our teach- j planted sweet potatoes, cabbages and
er Is Miss Hattlo Saffioy Tho school onions, chill pepper. All our trees
Is three miles from Kukulhnclo and are growing nlcoly. Pine trees, ole
llio miles from Honokaa The Kami-' nnder trees, oik tiec3, nnd many oth-
huhu School Is n one-room building
i.nd Is built on a onc-ncro field It
Is so well built, too, windows to let
In tho fresh air. Wo have n llttlo
i ldc-room in which are kept tho
er tiees are growing all mound our
Wo have a fiO-foot flag polo nnd
the flag Is nlwn8 flouting on It till
our school closes ut 2 o'clock In tho
piotty gnidcn of lloweia Is befoio oui
school It btnuds ntni tho govern-
blooms, dust pan nud In usli, buckets uftomoon Wo study our Goograr
.md cups, und tho hoes Ono tank ,,1Jt xntmo Stud, Story ot Kamoha
suppllcs vvnter for the children A mc,ni Ucndlng Lessons Hook IV, Ar
ithmetic Hook IV, Singing 'Ionic Sol-
i till, etc. On l'riday afternoon nil tho
li iju go nut nud hoo tho garden, pull
tho weeds, plant borne potatoes and
do much other work. Heio wo do not
have any tuna, bocauso tho children
nil know how to obey thcmsolves.
I Sometimes our teacher, Mls3 Hattlo
iSnffioy looks nftor us. Wo all want
Ito tiy our bcst(lo win tho prize. I
think this Is nil that I can say for
. this tlmo
rrom a boj of tho cherry land,
WHITNEY &; MARSH
MONSTER SALE OF
BEGINS ON SATURDAY
vlsltod, and, oh' hor talk was bo In-, nil stopped, with tho snow-covoied
torestlng that I felt au though I was I mountains back or tho city And sho
Iheie, too. Sho spoko and made shov.ed us some postcards of liobergs
things look leal To hear lici talk , It was cold up there, sho said And
of tho ferry bo its, wljy, I thought she showed us plctuies ot the Tred
I was sailing In one, too, fiom Ban! well mine, the l.ugost gold nilno in
l'rnuclscn to Onklnnd I can Imaglno tho world And sho nhovved us soma
seeing the big tinln sho rode fiom ol tho gold ore which she biought
Hacrainonto to Los Angeles In, tho 'from theio It seems ns thnugh I
fcca-gaidens nt Catnllna Island, tho Imvo been to Al isk.i mjself, just ie-
ALL-OVER YOKING at - - 35c
S INSERTIONS and EDGINGS to match,
10c, 12 l-2c, 15c
Positively the GREATEST BARGAINS ever
offered in EMBROIDERIES.
ALL CLEAN, NEW GOODS
Mnemao School, Onhu,
Teh. a, 1908.
W. It rauUigton, Han, , Hdltor llvo.
n 1 n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Heai Sli Wo were very glad
vvhoii oui tcachei told us to wrlto a
letter to jou. Wo are all going to
wrlto u letter but only tho best ono
I h going to jou. I hope my letter
j will go.
I nm going to tell jou whoio our
school Is It Is In a lano off Wjltlc
i ttieot We havo a oiy nice yard.
There mo thirty tioes In our yard
I hope Mnemao School will get tho
Jan. 31, 1908.
tho Editor of tho Evenlni;
11 u 1 I e 1 1 n , Honolulu, T. H
Dear Sir. Wo havo heard from
our teacher nbout tho twenty-live do,
Wo havo many kinds of trees. Wo
havo somo monkoj-pods, Ironwocd,
JacarnndtiB, and some taro, rice, and
Wo have many klpds of flowois.
Wo have muny geraniums nnd lil
ies In front ot our school building.
Wo havo nnstuttlunis nnd wo hnvc
a vino In front of the veranda of our
Wo have u sewing machine.
Wo nro making somo shirts for the
poor children, nnd borne dresses for
Kvciy day tho gills sweep and
dust tho school room.
Hvcry Friday tho girls nnd bojs go
end pull tho weeds nnd pick up tho
weeds nnd. the papers on tho groun I.
Tho boys white-washed tho fence.
Wo enn see the Koolau mountain'!
nnd the Walanao mountains.
Evory day the boys water
plants and the grass.
If wo hadn't any feitillzor
plants Would not glow. Tho Ikijc
have to get somo feitillzor for tho
plnnts to grow. Thoy got it at tho
I think I will close now,
1 urn, jour sincere friend,
the vegetable gardens; and each hav
ing a gang of pupils to work under
Tomorrow wo will begin with our
Yours very trulj',
Mgr , IV Grade.
Jan. 31st, 1908.
Mr, W. It. Turlington, Managing Ed
itor Evening I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n ,
Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: Today wo worked from
half-past ton tp twelve o'clock.
I'll st wo dug by tho sldo ot tho
road. Ily and by wo dug holes and
wo planted sweet corn, field corn, and
soma lima beans. Somo bojs brought
fertilizer. The girls planted water
melons in their own garden.
MOKU KIKE SMITH,
Secietaiy for Ilojs.
I and thcie nio many plants, too. Last
I eai wo planted ferns around somo of
I tho trees
! Wo had n nlco bed of orango-col-
lored cosmos, too Evciy moinlng
I bonieouo picks n bunch and puts It on
tcachei 's table When tliej stopped
blooming we pulled the seeds off nud
threw the plans on tho lire
Next week sonieono in tho Third
.Grade will tell jou about tho josellnu
J they had
Wnlplo School, Hawaii,
January 30, 190S.
Tho Editor of the 11 u 1 1 o,t I n .
Dear Sli, Having hemd firm my
teacher, who Is Mr, J. K. Kciiln'n,
about jour pilzo offer ot twonty-llvo
( $ 2 r. , 0 0 dollars to n school vvukh Is
able to fulfill tho condition) u 1 "
(lulrniicnis announced by jou in Hie
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n , I beg to snv that wo
luplls ot this school havo tiikin In
terest In tho contest.
Today, we havo chosen tho olncois
ns follows: Abbey Anna, mnIlnge,:
l'oislna Aknna, head luna. llesldei
Iheso two, six otlioi Hums have also
been elected, namely John Samoa,
who Is to take charge ot tho forest,
Kepa I'aahao, for the school build
ings; Keallt Malahca, for the flower
beiU, Kahuna I'ooknlanl, roi tjiu
bchool ground; John Kelllpuleolo, tor
tho femes; nrd Ah Pong Lukuua, for
Keokea School, Kula, Maul,
Jan. 10th, 1908.
To tho Editor of tho E v o n 1 n g
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n . Honolulu. T. 11.
I f)tnr Rfr! W'a itnntn,l tiinitv At.
hor Day trees In our school-jnrd.
'I hey nro eucalyptus, of which nro
two varieties. They aro gum and
lemon eucnljptus. Somo of them nio
growing very fine now. Three of our
Arbor Dnj tiees near tho gate aio
nbout eighteen feet in height.
Wo planted two rubbci tiees In
our school-yard. Thoy nro nice look
ing iubbor trees. Thoy nro nbout
tlneo feet high nnd two years old.
Tho bnnanii trees In out school
havo fruit now.
Wo vvntcicd our plants every l'rl
nay, but uovv we do not, as water Is
Mj teacher and somo of the bojs
put up thu Mag polo on tho top of our
Wujiavo u stono wnll surrounding
oui school-yard. Somo of the old
ichool-boja built the Btone-wall.
Tho old Jay Gould reslilenrn nt J7H,
street and 5th avenue, Now Yoik, has
I been leased and will bo altorcd for
I business purposes.
I Tho fiuuchlbu COllimltlrm nt tlwt
has ndopted a report iccommendlng
giving woman votes
Tho engagement of liuiuor United
' States Senator Honrv Gassnway
Uavls to juiss Maud,Abhfoid has heen
Tho 5 j cur old son of William Iuglls,
who lost Ills llfo lu thu San Tianclsco
earthquake Is being sought Tor ns heir
to $1 000,000 left by his grniuirnthcr,
who died In Dublin
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