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Over old paint or new wood
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IN E A S T E R BpbiES.
Tlic boys of the Knmchnmclin ly Rale enmc nlong nnd made a great
Schools started out for tliclr camp- ileal of trouble to tlio tents. In the
Ing trip last Monday morning, tlio big tent where the first, second nnd
(tli Inst They went down to Milium, third squads had their quarters, they
ono of thy best places on the Island had a hard time to sleep, for the
of Oahu tor camping. They arrived wind split the canvas every little
nt the camping grounds' at 11:16 while. Once In n while tho wliH
o'clock. Squads wero nt once set to would blow right under tho tent nnd
work putting up tents and placing lift the whole up. So It was dan-
everything In good order. After tho gcrous to sleep In tho tent, for It
tents were up tho bojB were dismiss- was expected to fall nt nny time. Tho
cd, excepting tho squad on duty for boys, however, Btnycd In the tents
that day These hoys got lunch rca- trying to sleep, but every little while
ds. The afternoon was spent mostly n Btrong wind would blow nnd then
In fixing up bed places and swim- everyone would get ready to run out.
mlng Tuesday morning almost all At 10:20 o'clock that night tho last
the boys went nut hunting. Knch of tho sleep In the tent was endod.
I buy provided himself with four hard The whole tent e.ime down with ov-
tacks and a cm of water for lunch. crybody Inside. Only one boy was
It was a clear day and the boys had ' struck by the poles which held the
a good chance to climb the ridges, tent up.' He wns hit on th6 head, but
which wore all very steep. The boys not Very hard. The rest of the boys
with the guns did good work, killing were Jttlly as could be. The boys at
twelve goats the first day. Many , oncotgot to work folding up tho
I .wiung goats wero caught alive by the' j tent, because the wind was blowing
I small boys. In the oenlng the boysko strong 'that the tent could not
.who had killed goats snipped tho etand It. Whllo the squads Wcio nt
skins off and cooked the meat. They ( work folding this tent up tho terr
made- a good meal out of goals. Tho that had the fourth And firth squaiU
bojs were tired out from their hunt-1 In fell to the ground, and was also
Ing trip, i-o most of thorn stnjed In pipped In illffcicnt places. So thin
camp that evening. Tuesday night made It a bad night for the boys,
n gang of boys went out llshlng, re- This tent was left on the ground tho
turning late In the night with a good whole night At 11:30 p, in. we were
lot of llsh. Some of tho boys mado ! called together in a group. Mr.
bonllrcs along the beach which mado (Thompson gave orders that the hoys
the beach look blight. Once In a 'could sleep nnywhere they pleased
I while a gang of bojs would go from that night. Some of tho boys went
one of these Hies to another and put down to the beach and slept In the
tho lire out, this was great play. At 'sand for the rest of the night. Others
I) o'clock nil the boys had to bo back slept at the station, a few slept lu
In camp Wednesday morning wns the open air In the camp-grounds,
spent mostly In hu King malle, lllarly the next morning (Thursday)
which the ho)H wanted to give to nftcr breakfast alf the boys got to
I their bet girls. A few boys went i work hud fixed Up the tents again.
I out Hunting ami nai to no hack at nils time tuey were mint up so tnat
11 o'clock for loll call. About 10: 30 i they would' nlit feel or be blown
ell the boyn were back lu camp-- down again. After tho work wan
somq with lets and somo with the over the bojs were allowed to go out
goats they had killed. At 11 o'clock 'limiting And 'fishing. 'The day was n
loll call was had, and everybody was pleasant one. I.ate In the afternoon
fiiund present. The third Bqua'd was ' I oys began to tonic back to camp
When the Sleepei; WaKes
he will want something nppstizing for his breakfast. Wc
can offer for his jilcasutc some of the best smoked hams
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WITH OAR AND SAIL -
The llawnll, now on tho marine
railway, Is tho Bubject of much dis
cussion nmongst yachtsmen, Somo
approve her build hut ninny regard
her as the racing machine that sho
Is. Her trial trip, With a good
breeze will prove a wet ono.
The Myrtle Iloat Club boys nrc soni
nolcnt, as are also the Hcalanl boys.
Tho proposed races during tno pres
ence of the Fleet am nut attracting
the attention of tho members as
much ns it Ehould.
it n t:
The owners of tho smaller yachts
In tho hnrbor arc putting their boats
In shape for the coming season. It
looks as though Pearl Harbor would
be quite n yachting resort.
J. V. W. llicwstcr, tho sports
man, Is quite a yachting enthusiast.
He has hail great and varied expe
rience nnd may go ns mnto on tho
Hawaii on her first cruise.
"Foxy" Prtt'oicaspn Is keeping hli
cards pretty -clo6 to his breast as
regards his plaers, and It will bo it
development when ho bleaks loose
Tho St. Louis Is going to ho u strong
tenm and will very iirobably land the
The Diamond Heads, under tho
management, of I'M. Fernandez, In
tend to gel pretty near to first placo
during tho coming ball season. Tho
players have not jet been picked out
for posltlous, but probably will bo
:: :t n
Stanford won the first gnmo of tho
series to be played between It and
tho Unh entity of California by the
sioro of 2 to 1.
Mlque Fisher Is now working for a
living, his latest occupation- being
handling the throttle of a donkey en
gine. St ts If
on duty that day hud they got u luau
Ii'iiiiy iur inu iviiniciiiiiiiciui gins anil
hos who were expected. Tlio girls
arrived at a little after 1 j'", o'clock
vylth t)ielr teachers. Somo ojt Hio
v, 1 11 in til hoys caluo down, too. The
camping boys went down to the sth
tlon and received the girls. The
girls wero taken around tho camping
giouud by the boys, nnd wero shown
oyerythlug. At 12 o'clock ovorjbody
went to the luau, whldh wns mndc In
Hawaiian style. The girls nnd boys
sit on the ground and set to work
eating the pol and pig. Everybody
was through eating about 12:45. Ar
te- tho luau was over tho girls and
boys went out for a walk, Bomo go
ing to tho cnics and others to tho
"harking sands." Hvcrjbody was
told to bo back about 2:!I0 o'clock.
Some of tho girls spent tho afternoon
In camp with tho boys. At 2:0
o'clock cvcryboily was back at tho
camping ground. At 2:45 o'clock
the sports began by tho squads. Each
squad entered their best men to try
to win tho most points. There was
lots of fun in all tho events. V.
Desha, Joo Pii, Lyman nnd a few
other old-time Knmchnmeha boys
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with fish and goals. The boys ilrle.l
out the skins of the goats and they
will 'niako'Viigs out of them, In tho
t enlng (hero wero races at the bench
between the different squads. Karly
Friday m'ofnlng boys started out for
their last day of hunting nnd fish
ing. Most of tho hoys went up tho
gulches to pick malic; only a few
wcat out hunting because they nil
wanted to',ihakc lets. In tho after
noon the' boys' came back with their
hags of mn'llo and then set to work
unking lets, working on them till
late. A gnng of !o)s mado up bon
fires along tho beach nnd then they
had bomo sham battles, which made
tho evening a most Jolly one. No one
was hurt. Tho fifth squad won the
fight Saturdny morning wns spent
In target-Bhooting. Thero wero flvo
prizes awarded to the best llvo shoot'
ors. Tho prizes wero given by Mr,
Thompson. Tho dlstnuco In shooting
was 100 yards. Each hoy was allow
ed live shots. There were thirty-seven
entries'. Most of the. hoys were
now to tho guns. The shooting last
ed for about two hours. Among the
best shooters wero: 1.. KnlimapchU,
21, Milck'aa, 10; I.. Ordcnstcln, 17;
S. Knal, 10; II. Kahole, 1C; T. Nnr-
m.iile up a team against tho squads
lu tho 300 yards sack relay races, ton, If,; I).. Kcalalnila, 13;
Thoy won out from tho squads by ujfrcy, 13; O. Mmlntyrc, 12.
food length. The Aral squad won At noiii' tho boys had canned corn
the honors of tho day by making 23 beef and crackers for lunch. At 1
inlnts to tho second squad's ID. Tho 'o'clock the squnds got to work null
blindfold race, which was won by I Ing down tho tents nnd clearing up
Spencer of the first squad, wbb a jol-1 the ground'. In an hour tho work
ly taco. Ono of tho boys ran right was dono and all tho bos had to do
Into tho eiowd. The winner mado n was to wait for tho train. Most of
good run. Another Jolly rnco was tho them went in for tholr last swim at
three-legged backward race. In this Makua
lace Just after starting W. Kamalo- At 3:30 tho train arrived and all
pill and Harry Godfrey stopped Into ' KOt aboard; thon we alt wero for
a holo and went head over heels, , homo (school). The shooters brought
feet coming up again In a minute nnd .hack many gnats. Horo Is tho total
tan tho lost of tho distance. This 'of goats killed, dally, by tho boys:
nico was won by Dray and Mackonzlo ' Monday, nono; Tuesday, 12; Wed
of the second squad. There was a lot ncsday, 9; Thursday, 11; Friday, 11;
of fun In It. Tho rest of fho races , Saturday, none; total, 40 goats killed
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were good ones. Theioworo ii num
bor of frco-for-nll races aftef the
squad races weio over. Tho sports
wero run off as follows:
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In four days.
Wo arrived homo to School again
Saturday afternoon all hearty, hut
tired, glad to have something In our
GO-y.ird thieo-lcgged race Won . boy llfo toJoolc back nt with plensuro
ii -1 I fitil Hint W tlm lunol. 'n mitltirv nlunli
Mill llltlt fO IMU ii l a WW 111! ft hiwil
us, by, the kindness of the Trustees
and Mr, L. I,. McCandlcss at his Ma
kia ranch under tlio cnio and guid
ance of our good teachers
II Dovcroaux, "I
by first squad
!iu-yard back' race Won by second
squad. ' j?
no-yard blindfold rnco Won by
100-ynrd shoound Uice raco Won
by. Bceojid, squad'. , j r 'J1'
Thieo-legged relay race' 'Won by
fourth squad. ' I'hiyliiB up, across tho ocean, as tho
D0-yard backward run Won by managaro of the Santa Cruz team,
first squad. I l,ut ls "ot regarded as a success as
100-yard backward relay Won manager,
by third squad.
"Hed Dog," Is
relay Won by
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Aftor tho sports were over It was
tltuu for the girls to got Toady for
home, bo everyone went down to tho
station to heo them off. There tho
last good word3 wero spoken and tho I
last of the hand-shakes took place. MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
Then iho girls wuin oit for school. tjme ty telephone nny one of these
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Food fish Is' not plentiful In tho
market n't present, tho'fJnpuhcio and
ijawallau ilslicfuien being harbor
bound during ' tho lato prevailing
heavy weather. '
Tho proposed mooting to organize
a flahlng cmb'toll through. It is re
ported that tfVe Ihceptors, who had
set speeches, forgot their lines.
a Jt II
Fishing Is very slow those dajB,
It not being the right season of tho
j ear. Next month will begin the
a n ::
Only those who hnvo good shooting
leases get allold nowadays, thero be
ing nothing In sight for tho ordinary
Tho hunters of plover uro coming
to tho end of tho shooting season, tho
birds being ready to migrate.
Tho gun clubs will soon bo In tho
swim for the annual Benson of clay
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Postmaster l'ratt is an enthusias
Frank Klilfac, the Hawaiian rep
resentative In tho coming wrestling
match, Is Improving overy day. l'rcs
lldgo, his trainer. Is enthusiastic ov
er his pupil nnd is almost willing to
bet the Orphcum, on ono fall at
least, for his novice.
Hans, tho big Swiss, Is not fram
ing up ns good as ho should. I'elo
ilarron ls bothered a bit about hW
condition and Is handling tho big fel
low very carefully.
Tho mats for "practice, on which
Hans and Roberts will tussle, havo
not yot materialized, although much
needed. Roberts' backer Eecnui to bo
short of funds.
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Itoborts Is looked upon to get away
with Kaunht easy. ,,(
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Fololwltig Is tho piogram:
Ornnd March "Lenten" . . Marschnor
Ovorturu "Italian In Algiers". Ilosslri
Ilallad "Tho Palms" (by icnuct)
"Itciiiluiscences of ItOHslnl" . .Godfrey
Vocal Hawaiian Soiigs.,.nr. by Ilergor
Overture "Poet and Peasant" (by
request) ,, , . , Suppo
Song "Alice, Whero Art. Thou?".
March "Hllo" Ilorgor
"Star Spangled Uannor."
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