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Kukulhnclo School, Hawaii,
l'cbruary 27, 190S.
l.'dllor of the livening 11 u 1 1 o -tin,
lloniilulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: I must-not foiget lo
tell J on something about tlio work on
cur farm. Wo nro still trying our
bc:,t to grow (lowers ami vegetables.
Tlio flowers that tliu girls plantcil
fiiino tlnio ago nro peeping out of tho
boxes. Somo boys have brought
sonio nwcct potatoes to school. Wo
will plant tlicm toinorrnw. Tint
grass In our vegetable riiiiIpii Ihih
been liocil tliln week, Nott wool; wo
dull try to dig bonio of our land anil
.il'' 'jut homo Hliimps.
Our school hoiibe ami our tcnclior's
((ittiiKo have been palutcil tills wool',
Jlr, Raffcry nnil Ills friend wero tho
li.ilntcrH, They luivo clone good
work, and tlio IiuIIiUiirs nro looking
Kn.wo MntHiiuanil and Hoplll Kn
lua aio taking clinrgo of tho tools
this week. Theio aro thirteen heavy
l.oeB and fccvon light lioer Knzwo
has also trimmed our orango trees.
Oa, It Is pretty to bco somo of them In
Mr. Ahrcns, tho plantation niuim
gcr. Is going to flx sovcral taps In
our Bchool yard to water tho plants.
Wo liavo threo wheelbarrows, nnd
wo aio L'airyng illit with them. A
fenoo thlrty-slx feet long was finish
d this week. Our potnto garden 14
foity-slx feet long mid thltty-four
icet wide, containing nil area of IMil
iqii tro feet. This Is all I can tell you
', Head Lund, Tlilnl Grade,
Wiilmca School, Hawaii,
Feb. 28, 1U08.
To tho Killtor of tho 13 v o n I n g
II u 1 I o 1 1 n , Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: I uni going to tell about
tho woil; wo havo ilono this week.
This woek wo, planted a long row of
peuches back of our school houso
along tho fence. Wo albo planted
i.omo other fiult trees.
Mr. Vredenberg gave us somo veg
ntitblo seeds. Wo havo planted them
In hot-bods. They aro beans, lettuio,
head cabbage, radishes, peas and cau
llllower. Tho bojs are. working hard with
our vegetable garden and I think by
TOURING CARS and ROADSTERS
tho time thoy nro all through tho
plants nro ready to bo transplanted.
Tho wcalher this week Is very dry
and wo water tho plants' most overy
Our banamiB aro bt.irtlug to grow.
Kvor thing looks green now, I think
I will close now.
I icmnln, ,
I.alinina, I'cti. 21, 1938.
LMI'.o: of tlio i: v i ti I ii k li u 1 1 o 1 1 ii,
Dear Sir: I will lell you about tho
two gentlemen who catto to our
school. Their imiik'h aro Mr. (lullck
and Mr. Semldor.
Mr. Sriidder binko flrst nud ho told
us to do OMirj Ihluif right. Ho (old
ii not to waste any time. Mr. Sen I
der was a cry kind man anil he
hpnko rry nicely. Aftorwnrds Mr.
Gnllck told us about Ills young days.
Ho raid thill when ho was a young
boy ho used to ildo on a uliiglo and
double canoe over tlio Auaif channel.
Ho was one of tho old nilbslonnrles
In his, young dnys.
T03ACCO PLANT THRIVES
, llauu School, Maul,
Mar. 9th, 1908.
To tho Hdltor H v o n 1 n g II u 1 1 -tin.
Dear Sir: When wo canio to
(clinol this morning, our teacln?r
told us that the (lovernor nnd his
friends had visited our school
grounds, and had Been alt whnt wo'vo
tlono for tlio prize. Tho Ooyornor
and the gentlemen with him looked
over our banana, potato, and coin,
pitches whoro six months ago thcro
was only liintana, out of which wo
hud often been obliged to cluibo tho
wild cattle. Wo sowed endlno, or
winter lettuce, and a lot of swcot
y mo going to sow moro vcgC'
tiihlo Hearts, which we hao lecelvert ,
lately from tlio (iovemmont. i
The tobacco plant grows llko n
weed hero, bill w-o don't know wlintj
to do with It. Wo have still moio ,
giiiund to work. I remain,
Ynurn 1 1 ill v.
Luna, Sixtli Unulc,
..-I lin llll lllllUIMW
Hnou School, 'liana, Maul,
Mny. DCIi. l'JOS.
Dear Sir- 'Wo aro trying to) win
tho It u I I o 1 1 n ptlzo. Wo wore
glad, to hear from our teacher this
illuming that (lovernor Kicar ';.
pleared with our gnTdens. Six
months ago Itiwas oered with lan
taua and weeds and tho cattle riimo
Into It. Tho lo3 havo iilantcd ;i
flolil of bannnas and potatoes, toino
corn, and wntcrmolons, and cleared
another piece of laud. Tlio girls
clean tlio yard and look nfter tho
tlownr garden Tuesday wo washed
tho school windows and washed thol
lionr. We liae planted louio lloyal
pinks and llluo Moon (lowers - unci
nasturtiums. The boys mo going to
plant. liiorc vogetublo M'Qclu. 'l'Ob.icjco
plnnlH grow well hciv, lut wo can not
ii.io them, Would jou like u bam
plo'.' Yours truly,
GOVERNOR PRAI8CD THCM
ll.inu School, Hiiua, Maul,
Mar. tli, 1U0S.
To tho Hdltor H v o u I n g Bulle
tin. Dear Sir: I am going to wrltu
you a fow lines about our school
ground. Wo wero very happy to
h.ai from ourdeacher this morning;
ho said that tho Governor ami friends
ritmo esteiday and remained noliort
Tho (lovernor said that tho
bchool yuid looked well. Six months
ne;ii R was nil luntniia and tho cowh
tamo In. Tho bos havo planted
corn, putntuca. rndlnhcs. and waler-
melons. Tlm girls planted (lowers,
which uro growing well now.
Tho boys nnd teacher also white-
washed (ho foneo mid two gates. Tho
tobacco plants grow Ilko weeds horo,
but wo do not know what to do with
It. I think the uadior will a-.-.id
uouio to Honolulu.
llaou School, Mm.
To the Hdltor of tho
i: v o n i n g
11 ll 1 1 o 1 1 n . '
Dear Sir: Wo.woio very pleased
this morning when our (earlier (old
us tliut tho (Imeinor was heio se-
(unlay ovenlng. and ho was very
happy that ho saw that our garden
was very clean and femes whlta-
washed, when six months ago there
I was only lantana, out of which we to bo taken great earo of their gar
had often boon obliged to chnso tho dous so as to win tho first prlzo.
wild cattle. Wo luivo planted sonio, unlay Is our working day. Part
torn nnd undlvo and wo mo going1 toj
The world's highest achievement in
n m a- w s;
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SEE TKEM AT
t moro tcKctulilo wjeds ' (his
li. '' ' '
The teneher told
d ua t)o dnVernoi'1 letirtilng til nlalio fnhu,
lic'd inany iiiMtloilsieady Ilnlshed oui'p
anil liU frleiids o-ti
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MAIALOHA'O WNE SPEECH
Wnlhco SlIiooI, Walhce. Maul,
March' 20, l'JOS.
W. It. Kirilugtoii, Kfti., editor of
II v e n I n g II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n , Ho
nolulu. T II.
Dear Sir: I am very glad to tell
ott that (iovertior 1'ivar and his par
ly vlsltcil oui sihool on Weducbday
We, the ihlldrcn of Wiilho
were very glad to fco IiIiii.
it.i ,i... ,. ' i i
n lii'll lllti uiiin Hill llllil mi I'.iliJ
l.irlw.,1 at the dook'wo'all btood by
...tr seaU till they cot to tho hunt of i
lluvuioni. Our leaLher gao us
ordui to bo seated, (W. ''
'A speech was nutdnto tho (iovern
or b a little boy named Maka Mai
nloha. When tho little' boy finished
with Ills leeltatlon, (Jovernor I'icar
talked to the ehlldieu In our loom
for nitlto nwlillo.
Oh, ho Is a very kind man.
everything ih-it our lo-icl'er teaches
. . 1
inoiiilng cniuo 111, In um i
oral iustiiictloii I r.m sum that he
stopped In our loom about 20 mln-
uloj. Tlio' the wero In n gieat inn-
ly to bo on theli .'ay to Knhakuloa,
Au our tc.ti.licr Is the l'llnclp.il ol
tho bchool, rlie Introduced tho (!ov-
nrnor and lilt, oartv to all the othoi
teachers; tbcie aio four room In nil '.cpcneil our mooting by icpentlng the
In each of tho rooms tho children I ''""l'" I'rnjer. sang it song, then hud
rung u song for tliu (lovernor. When ''"J '"" r''"'
thoy wero through visiting thol Tho President nsked If (hero was
pchcol rooms Judgo M,eKay took tho ,m' "eltioim to bring up. As no una
party Into the beys' Carponter SliQp; IlJl1 ""' l'8lne3, n motion to pin-
fiom thoro ui to the boys' Oaidon. l',l w,t tho Kines wiib In order,
Tlio bos who take, chaigu of tho Wo ciJ".veil tho meeting vory much.
gai duns went with them. Tho Gov-, Itofroshmentl. woio served.
ciinir pialsed the boys' gaulcns very
highly. He bhook hands with tho
' garden boys. And iiBkod th'elr nninos.
Ho snld thut ho had u gaidcn at
'his home, too Soon they all we'll
on their way to Knhakuloa.
j Wp all looked at them till they
I wero out of sight.
As for the boys' gardens tho vege
tables mo giowlug very flue, Somo
of Hio vogelulilej aro nlioady eaten.
Clio boys watei tholr gardens In tho
morning ami after school ovory day. '
Hut It It Is a flr hot day they put!
moro water than usual. They fH'cin .
of our girls uio lu iho Luuliala work-
J . f . ill
Jlt KCSflfil Kl
i r' aw VflEna tan xA.PAi.tK va
i m LI .ml
lug class, hml par't In 'tlio sowings
AVe; tho girls In I.uiliala iVork, ifio
Wq Iuiyo nl-
They nro now hunfj on the wall. "It
looks indeh piottler.
' Tho sowing class mo now starting
to sew In color work mid do plenty
ol other things.
Tho boys are wlirklng very hnrd
in the jaul. They have lo pllo tho
lucks In ono place. Thoy h.io near-
1) filled up those patches they wero
woiklng at last mouth.
Thoro aro threo other patches to
Im filled. It is very hard work to
run Willi tlio whcelliarrow full or
dirt. In filling up these patches. Tho
I,oh urn (rylng to mako our yard
level anu binooth. I
Onn of tho boys runs the lawn
mower nil ovei tho yard whoro It Is
level ono nun io no so. t
. . . .
Tllo-ehlldren in tho l'lJ.nary'ioom
- . " j i- " . ..--
i..n r ..,.. i.ip i... unrnS.
In tlm Carnciiler Shop. Wo can ens-
iiy near incir iiniiuiierH goiiiK. ,
As for our fcIioo! County, wo nro
getting along very nicely. As I
wiolo you In my first letter I was tho
Cleik, but now I am tho Chalinian of
tlio Hoard of Supervisors, As It Is
written In our Constitution, tho ono
mlin irnlu lii Iilirlinut ti li in lini1 nt i iitntl
" w-"i nihiioi. iii
of mo nuperviborH win no mo cnnir
ir.an, Amny Aim Is in my placo ns Clek.
Yesterday was our regular Young
Women's Club day. Wo held our
cieotlng at Mrs. Austin's cottage
Nearly pvcry ono was piesent. Wo.
; we, mo cniiiircu ami leacnern oi
tho Walhco School, send Aloha to
DRY AT KIPAHULU
Klpnhillit School, Maul.
Miueh lath 19 is.
I To tlio Iliilletlu l'lihllbhlni; Co
, Oenllemen: Tho rrlnrlpil (lilnr.
that InteiostH ut, U the di wettlicr '
This Is the itli wool: wlihout rain.
Tho corn wo plumed has luouelu.l. I
The peas nud beans were n failure.)
and mil) lhi oarrntn nnd tomatoes nit'!
rroulnn well. A niimher of jouni;
eabbagu'iilanls havo been planted out.
.1 5 i : ;
io tliall rolimt nil. of our loiVaw.i
w'ten wc ;et -i-iltii The rifyw:nii
p. lnis we.-e attuel'Ml In lninilri1 of
tutoriiil.aib We picked tln:ii o.f uu
fed them to ilie elilrkcni. Wi lun
d;hteen cjmijtiiit palpm A 'iwl.ii. .i f
kiIiooI vard. Altlmu;h ill' im ' li
ei lu too diy for pi tro , mil
things, we are ki-pt iiti1" m"
day 'lo:inltig uirdrj lrarer. grans. iintH
other things. Wo with :vii mm li
disappointed that (loieinoi rn-ar dl I
not lrlt Mpnliulu, because nur teach
eis told in that ho v.a. i'-i t ,
!llage. We hope tint. (In- (l uni
will visit lis Kinietline lu t Ii fu'iin
Yours ery tr.i
::i.izaui Til KAV I
BOSS r0F THE IIANCjt
'You don't love me is Mill ll?ed I
ileelaied tint termagant wife
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"I Cure wn wore i.iarrle.l you con-
- - ;-"""""' "'' ,
den i..i.i.3i..i. "hui now iou'ie nor-'
Tnikativii t.mi Pntinnt' lini. line,
tcr. I luno bcou knowing jou mv
(nnguo for the lar.t live minute mid
ynu havo not oven looked at It.
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Doctor (Julti n uu- Minrs, m
g-iod lady. 1 laeielv
wrlto iu lireMTlntion
w j, ited
In p. no.
' rilegendo lllaettor
He If you thought I were jjolng
to propose what would you say?
She-Eeforc or aftex?
' memi wm i
vor ho Mnol ilt.in it. Womon aro
otlpn cross Irritable, liyhtomy nml
.I.tnl. Ilim, v. ,l.li.,iii In ,lt..l,i
1 ! "f lSUa "
tlltll i.1..1,.l.l t I 'i-v lutj mu muni km matiui--I'hllailelplll
( i, , . illl,i.if. ..mvivnllfii
Jfrii cannot uiiilcvstiuiil why this
bliould bo so. Jo tlwm it is ti mys
1 terv becauso in niiw times out of
ten this condition i.s caused by a
hcrious feiiiliiino iloraiiiromcnk
A rpinetly is neeessaiy which acts
, directly tllioilthoojaiwalllietr(l, ro-
MoniiBn!nnltliyiionimIcMiil tioii o
lll feininino pystcin, which will
nlli..i,.t,ir lv,.i ifi.,.u'ini ..,
I and irritablo coudition.s. Such is
i.,iiii,j ii,.i,iii ill r,iviiwi iivi f i la
I VEGETABLE COMPOUND
j llio follow hiy letter fcorves to
I iinivc this fnrt.
jii-s, .iiattio (.ownnavor, :uc ho.
uisr m., l'aiNiuii, nans., writes:
I " l'or tw ii years I buffered from tho
workt forms o' fi-mluiiio ills, until I
was almost driven frantic. Nothing
I l'Ut morphine would relievo nte. I.yilln
1 V- l'lnhlinm'N Vegotalile Compound
liroog'it me henltli and liappiiiehH nnd
innde me n well woman "
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thiily Veins Lydia Ii l'ink
ham's ejri'tiiiilo Coniixiund, made
from routs nnd herbs, has been tho
btaiiilard lvnii'dy for female- ills,
nml has ixisitively cured lliotisaiulsof
womciiwho havo Uen troubled with
tion, libioid tuinoiti, irifgnluritk'8,
K'tioiiU' iMins, iiiieKnciti', tiiiit oear
iifr.ilown foelinif. il.ituKoirv, indices-
AVhy don't vnii try it?
Mrs. IMiililinui luvllrs nil sick
woiiieii to nrlto her fur mlviec.
Shu has uuldcil (Iiotisnuils to
, lieiilth. Addrcvs, Lynn, luss.
When ihlisij onlei i f'i i- ot Tan
ron Tin i e Is- n wnur In th" world
thai Is ao lufiealiiiit,
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