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EVENING IIUM.KTIN. IIONOMJMJ. T. II., SATURDAY, Al'It. 18, 1908.
FIND THE OFFICER
PUPILS DiSCRIBE THEIR DAILY TASKS AND DETAILS OF SCHOOL LIFE
GOOD KITE WEATHER.
Maoniae School, Onlm,
Mcli. 2C, 1803.
VV. It. l'.viilriRloti. Km)., Kdltor K v o
ii I n g II ii I I c t 1 u , lluiiolulu,
Dear Sir: I played wltli tlio boys
iiikI I made a Idle. I How It, bill lift
er nwlillo It began to rain. Tben I
Milled tlm kite down mid took It
lionie. Then 1 went wltli tlio boys
under n mango tiec. The river was
full r.lid we plajod wltli little boards.
Tliesu boarilH wo ealled boats. Wo
saw many bottleH and things. Wo
went homo liocntiro tlic rnln was
coming down bo bard. I went bomu
and took my third reader and read
I.ahnlna, Mar. 2., 1908.
Editor of the K v c n I n g Hullo-
- Dear Sir: We had n little atom
yrstenHy. Threo orange troe.i were
given by Knuua's grandmother to our
lirlnclp.il. The Governor piomhed
mi n row ling, and a bigger and bet
ter hnuto. The Itov. V, .1. Wadiuan
and Mr. Anznl vlslfed imr school on
Tuesday morning. Mr. Wadman told
tlio children n runnj tiory. There
wan it moving pli'tuie show nl Halo
Aloha laul evening.
Haualul School. March L'. 19IIS.
To tlio Kdltnr, K v o n I n g Hullo
1 1 n , Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: Tlio Overseer takes
rhargo of our ditch. Ho takes about
ten officers along vlth him. It will
tuko tliciu nbout a week to Mulsh.
This ditch la our toacher'H wish. Shu
wants to pl.int miiiio ginger. ,. It Is
very bard work. Tlio Overseer tied a
cord about i:t rods long to keep the
lines Btrnlght. I will tell you more
uliotit It when It Is done.
Heaped fully yours,
C.irpoulrr; (Irmlo Four.
WAIMEA GET3 ANXIOUS.
Mar. 2nd, 1!1H8.
To the Kdllor of the K v o n I u g
II u I 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu. Oalui.
DearSIr: Week bcrore Christmas
tlio children wmto to you, but not
ono letter enmo In your paper. Well,
Sir, wo children hero nro Improving
our gardens and also our school
yard. Two days ago wo did not wa
ter our gardens, as It was very rainy.
In my garden I have sciuasheii, toma
toes, carrots, lettuce and radishes.
Thoy nro growing fine, homo arc al
roady :i to 5 Inches high. I remain,
Very respectfully yours,
March 2nd, 190S.
To the Kdllor of tho E v o u 1 n g
II u I I o t I n , Honolulu. Oalui.
Dear Sir: Wo are kind of won
dering why our loiters did not ronto
Into the II u I I c t I u liccauso wo son
so many other letters of laky dnto
than ours; mnybo ours woro not good
Tho chlckenpox Is pretty Jinil In
Walnfcn school; there were, "six new
Please don't forget Wnlmca Public
School children's letters any more,
dear II ti I I ot I n , and do tako our
NEW YORK, April 1. Third In rank In tonnage of the steamships of the world the Rotterdam, launched for
the Holland-America line from the shipyards of Harlan & Wolff, Delfast, Ireland, will also he in the forefront
as regards her Interior arrangements, which will contain accommodatlono for travellers not possessed by any
other steamship. The groiis tonnage of the ship Is 24,170 tons, with a displacement of 37,190 tons, which makes
her only surpaisod In size by the two new Cunard liners.
Her length Is CSS feet, breadth of he cm 77 feet and depth 43 feet. The engines of the Rotterdam will drive
her at a speed of seventeen knots, which has practically been set as tho epeed of ships especially designed for
the comfort of ocean passengers. .That the Rotterdam U a passenger carrying veciel in tho true sense of the
term Is shown by tho allotment of space for CO firat class, 500 second elate and 3000 steerage passengers, a total
exceeded by no other shlo.
Besides the usual dining saloons, music rooms, lounges, to be found on the greatest ships, there are to be
a p.ilm garden tea room for women and two connected smoking rooms for the men, one of which will open out
en a deck terrace fitted with tables for use In pleasant weather.
, There Is to he a tailor shon on board, where passengers may be measured and a suit comoleted during the
voyage, and flower, confectionery and periodical shops. Besides the cabins de luxe arranged en suite, there are
to be sixty staterooms vlth private bath and toilet and 150 ctatcrooms provided with only one berth for single
Elovators, safety depoclt vaulto and all appliances for the safety and comfort of the passengers are to be
Installed, .The first voyage of the Rotterdam will be made late In June. .
letters In; we think It Is lots of fun
to have our letters printed.
Tlio third class Is reading, ho I
cannot think of any more to write
Walniea, Kauai, Feb. 27, 1908.
To the Kdltor of the K v o n I n g
II u I I o t I n .
Dear Sir: We received seeds
f'-oin sotuo kind people In Honolulu
which wc are going to plant. What
Is the matter with our lcltcrB? Aro
Ihey not good enough to ho publish
ed? Wo wrote to oti twice; tho
Inst time was Feb. 22, l'.lOS, mid you
did not publish them In your news
paper. Emily Souzn, Virginia Hllva and I
are all paitnera.
We liuxe planted radishes, squash
cj, whlto carrots, red carrots, toma
loeJ, potatoes, parsnips, cticiimhers,
out tho hist two kinds have not r.tart
"d to gri.w yet.
My! I do like to ice the letlera
from our school, hut then wo must
not bo BelllKb: I gvesa the other glrlJ
llko to kpo their Irttcrs, too, co plcaau
oxciiRe mo be anso l who crosn.
'If llio'io Imrrlil chicken;' from our
nelghborn will ituy away n little wo
will havo u llnu garden.
I gucsn I wlU close, as I have noth
ing moro to tell you tlilo weok.
Walm(f,i Public School; 4th (irade.
Walnica, Kniinl, Feb. 27tb, 1 808.
To the Kdllor of the levelling
II u I l e 1 1 n , Honolulu, Oahu.
Dear Sir: Wo have Jni't received
a wlmlo lot of seeds from Homo kind
pcrplo In Honolulu. And wo wnnt to
thank them for remembering us Wnl
.uea children. The principal divided
tho Feeds among us. and wo havo
plintcd them already. Wo are threo
partners having one garden together,
whero we havo radlalics, siiuasbes, po
tatoes, while carrots, parsnips, red
carrots, corn, endive, miiiitard, mid
sweet melon. Some of those seeds
wo received from Honolulu, you i.ec.
Wo have made our garden right be
hind the school house, and down In
llm (ottago yard. Wo havo u row of
Eucalyptus trees right along the
stone wall on tlio west sldo of our
school. Wc had two rainy days hers
this week mid eo wo bad few chil
dren In school. Why Is It that otlr
letters wo wmto l'eb. 22nd woro not
printed In your nice paper? We' love
to read tho letters from other schools
too, hut wo wnnliiil awfully much to
have ours printed.
5th (Irade; Walniea l'ubllo School.'
Klpahulu School, Maul,
"March tli. 11KI8.
To the llnlletln Publishing Co.
(iontlciuon: Wo have had but Hi
de rnln this week, which lias been
of no hnlp (o tlm plants growing In
our school yard, hut tho work Is go
ing on very well. Some of tho flow
ers are blooming, mid home of them
nro drying up on account of no rain.
The buds of the grape-vines Hint nro
growing in tho Illuclleld section am
Hurting to bloom. Tiny hunches of
grapes aro beginning to bIiow. Some
tlmo ago tho Superintendent built a
little summer houso near by It mid
turned tho grape-vine over tho little
house, so that it will look much prct-
Her when the leaves are all in bloom.
And 1 noticed one thing as I was
walking upon tho hillside, Hint tho
minitowers wcro growing very beau
tifully near the stone wall.
Yours very truly,
CHEAT WORK AT ALAE.
Alac Public School,
l'eb. 27th, 1808.
Dear Mr. rarrlngton, Kdllor K v o
n I n g II u I 1 c 1 1 n , Honolulu,
1 wish to tell you nbout what wo
have been doing these two Inst
weeks. Itnln lias come again, and wo
hnvo plenty of water now, as I told
you in (he last letter. Our plants
nro growing line. Our vegetables nro
growllig nicely now. The cabbages,
tomatoes, cirn-ts, beets, corn, anil
.sugar cane phials are growing about
S to 10. Inches high from tho ground.
We have built n very high Btono
wall nrouiiil our veelublo garden, so
that tho cows cannot come In and
cat nil our plants. These htono walls
are about 5 lo ft feel high and It feet
wldo. We helped th" boys by carry
ing the Htnuii near tho stone well.
A number of liov.i. called tho fit
ters, lilted (ho stones nicely together.
Tho hoys have made six long beds, I
fcot wldo and 27 feet long. Theso
beds nre In the form of rectangles.
.We lime made the beds with black
coll. for It lit the boat loll for vege
tables. We linyo four llttlo nuVsery
pitches ono for Hie tomatoes, ono
for cabbages, one for the carrots, and
one for the beets.
When they were about six Inches
high from llm giound tbev wero
transplanted to tho special beds.
The lima havo transplanted the to
matoeu, cabbages, carrots, rice, beets
and corn. I he rleo nnd corn nro i
growing nicely. Tho cabbages nro
just growing due.
Wo aro trying to plant the rice n-i '
dry laud and wo give It a great deal ,
of w.ilor. Wo havo them glowing
In a row.
Vi were porry for our sugar cans
that tho cow ate. It was growing c)
nicely ami was nbout nlno Inches
high. We wished, IT Mr. J. Alfred
Mngoon was hero Hint tlmo.
Wo would llko to charge him for
his cow's eating our plants. They
smashed our ladder which wo had
plated across the opening of tho veg
etable; gartun, Tho rowu-ntn nil tho
shbotB of can'o growing two fcot lilglii,
abpvo tho ground. ' Thqso rows, atej,
nbout twi rows nt'cancnnd bananas, j
They uto Hie banann plants frgui .top ,
to the bottom. Thc3o cows afo very''
Cows, tike Men. . I
Whon they tec there Is. no ono In '
tho yard, they Jump In quickly and
o.it our plants, and when they bear
people talking or npuilng on the road,
thov Jump out' quickly mid run In
the lanlana bunhca nnd bide, llko
guilty persons. We pound them hard
wjth siones, anil now thoy have noj
como In our yard again. Wo don't
llko any one lo conic In mid spoil our
Tho boys and girls In our school
nro very slicing. Thoy nro vory good
workora. I hope we will bo success
ful nt tho end of this term. The
muscular hoyit carry tho largo stones,
about fin to no pounds In weight. Tlio i
ftono wall around our yard Is very
high, but thero nro u few places mora I
thai aro not high onpugh. Wo are
working hard on It. nnd 1 think it
will bo completed during some days
of this wools. ' I bopo no eow could
como in and spoil our plants again,
mid I think If our plants nro not de
stroyed again wc shall send some ot
our things' to you. The boys aro still
packing coil mid hammering the
Inrge rocks. The rocks nro very hard
and Ilia muscular boys sometimes get
hurt by the rocks hitting them, too.
Wo hnvo Iwo days for working, Tues
day nnd Frldny. In tho morning tho
girls bwccp the buildings, '
In the uitcrnoon we sow, nnd the
boys work In the gardens, some paint
and some do n little carpentry. Some
times wo nil go out nnd help the
hoys. Wc work for about ono hour
and a half. In this one hour and n
halt wo could do alt tho work that
our teacher tells us to do. The hoys
nro trimming the trees In our yard
with saws. They saw all tho branch
es that hang down. Our yard Is get
ting better. The girls arc still plant
ing Unworn. There are nbout ten
flower gardens -live on tho rocky
hill, three on the eastern Bldo of our
building and two on tho southern
side of our building. One of tlio gar
dens of (lowers Fouih of our building
I tins Its width and ono runs length
wise. Tho gardens around our build
ing aio Mis Margaret I.apaulhi's
garden. I'l'owcrs of geraniums, be
gonias, gardenias, marigolds, ever
lasting, nnd a few ladles' slippers nro
planted on them, (rranlums of dif
ferent colors are planted In our gar
dens. Thoy are pretty. Tho tlr.it
uarilon on the second terrace, that
runs lengthwise. Is my garden. Next
Is Miss Abigail Klkeou's garden, nnd
farther on Is Julia Knlawo's, ntid far
ther Is Kllzn Alul's. You can sco tho
girls In their gardens during recess
es or any Bparc time they have. Tho
Iiojh and girls work happily In their
gardens. This Is enough fur mc to
lull you now. I remain,
Member of the Hoard of Improve
ment, Alac Public School.
Ijahnlna, Mar, I, 18U8. ,.
VV. I!. Karrlnglon, Ksq., K v o n I n g
II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Doir Slr:-rl thank you for help
ing tho children of the I.uhulua
school In. tho use of correct Kugllsh.
Our principal says that wo nro learn
ing KnglUh much faster since you
began putting our letters in your pa
KAAUHUHU HAPPY CHILDREN,
March 4, 1808.
VV. II. Karrlnglon. Ksq., Kdltor, K v e
11 I n g II 11 I I 0 t i 11 , Honolulu,
Dear Sir. -On tlio 21st of Febru
ary wo celebrated tho birthday of
Ueorgo Washington by singing uotno
noiigs aud reciting boiuo verses. And j
inter unit we wem to visit tlio Homes
and gardens of soma of tho children.
Tho children of the Knauhuhu
School are getting very Interested In
tho contest and for that reason they
havo begun (o work at their gnrdons
From n fourth grade pupil,
Wo have selected another now Held
where we Intend to make our vegu
Perhaps by next week wo will be
gin to plant our seeds. It ralnul
hern Sunday, though very little.
Wc are fat 11 1 working at our gar
dens. We mowed tho grans, and the
yiild Is certainly looking over so
MARY K, OHMKU.
The wu.ither linn boon quite dry
during the niiddlo nod latter parts
of lart 111011 tli. and our plants In our
old carden ,-10 qulto dry. Hut wo
hope ll vMI ruin these days, as It
will icfrcsli our plants nn well an to
fill our lank
In this district wo depend much 1
on the rnln water. Will wrlto again
about our gardens next time.
THEY CLEANED HOUSE.
Walninmlci Hch'nol, Oahu,
March 20. 1808. '
To tho Kdltor of tlm B v o 11 1 11 g II 11 1
1 1 1 1 n. lluiiolulu, T. 11.
Pour filr l-ii'l Friday Florence
and I washed tho veranda with soap.
Wo- also washed tlio windows. Tho
other 1,'lrh swept tho Bchonlroom,
wired Hie floor mid blackboard with
wet rags Thoy arranged everything
in good ordei.
When they hint finished cleaning
tho KC'hnnl-nintu, they wont outsldo tji
pull tlm weeds Riul plant Iho flowers
that tho children brought Hint day.
They nlsn planted flower hoods.
Tho llttlo girls carried sonic soil
from the stream which Is about
olglity-sevcu yards from our school,
Wo like this soil, because It Is soft
and our plants grow qulto well. Tho
boll In our school-ground Is Just llko
clay. It Is cry hard. Tho boys have
to uso their wlmlo titronglh to make
it soft. On sunny days It cracks.
Some of tlio cracks nro so big Hint
our fcot can go right into thorn,
This wi;ck tho llttlo girls havo
filled KOinu of tho puddles with dirt
whllo the big ones have cleanod tho
school-room ub usual. This Is all I
will write to you this week.
The groat Napoleon Is sad.
At last ho knows defeat; .
And ha In cxllo must nhldo
In far-away retreat.
WELCOME RAIN CAME.
Knhnln, II. T.. March 17, 18(18.
W. II. Fnrrlngtou, Kdllor of tho 15 veil
ing Hill let in, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: I nm Kry glad to ray
that our vt'E'.tab:et are growing ory
well. Tho seeds that Iho boys plan'
eil ure comlne; up. Another thing I
r.m to glad of is that it rained esler
day. Wo had 110 Lchool. It's lucky
lor tlm children liec?uso wo needed
water very much In our clstein.
Wc don't iicodMn water tho-vlnnls
because the rnln ennftj down yester
day. The hoys iiindo flvo moro beds nnd
I think wo nre going to plant flower
seeds In them. Oh, I am very very
glad to see tho vegetables coming up
which tho boys havo worked so hard
The children In our room nro busy
writing letters. Wc nre very anxious
to win your prlic. '
FILIPINO WORKER WHO
3EEK3 AN EDUCATION.
Illlo. Ilnwall, March 1C. 130S.
To tho Kdlti.. ' ; v 0 n I n g I) u 1 1 0 1 1 11.
Dear Sir:--1 am going to v rile you
a few lines telling about my life.
I nm n Filipino 19 years of ago. 1
was born In Vignn, Ilocos Sur prov
ince. When I was yet six years old, I
began to study Spanish language, un
til tho year 1902, because tho Ameri
cans enmo nt my own town anil mado
In 1903 I began to study Kugllsh.
On Juno Ulh. 19') I. I was appointed
an n Carrlo school teacher in Ayiisan,
vlgan, Ilocos Sur province, but ro
Blgncd my iiosltlun In October 1905
because I liked to study moro; so I
asked my father to send 1110 to Ma
nila, P. I., to accomplish my studies
In outer not to bo Interrupted.
My father agreed to whnl I request
ed. 1 went lo Manila and I wu.s study
ing In Comr Melslc lntorr.ii-di.ito
brhool. My father tep.t P20.00 per
month for my living there.
When I was yet ill Manila, I used
In go In (he school every day and my
way is In Han Fernando street
Ono crly morning when I went to
trhocl, I mot my friend Nicolas VI
urge, unci my school male in Vigan.
I wondered very much why he wan
thcie, and I thnimh that ho comet also
In .Manila to accomplish bin studies.
I spoko tu-mTn for ina.iy liniirs. mid
Irom that day, I did not enter In our
school, Ho said (lint ho comes to
America with many Ilocanos to work
en plantation, and ho Invited 1110 also
to como. becaueo ho told mo that thero
Is a school whero wo can learn In tho
night tlmo, and beside wo havo to live
In tho city, not Id the Cnrrlo.
I went to ask Mr. Alexander If it Is
true. Ho said that It is true, so I
enmo without knowing of my father.
Wo begun to sail Nov. 14tli 1907.
Mill we arrived III Hawaii on Novem
ber 15th, 1807. As soon us wo arrived
In tho port of Illlo, wo lifted our lings,
nnd wo went to tho station. Tho train
soon enmo, nnd conveyed us to Olnu
During the days that 1 worked I
plnntntlon I observed that I can not
secure knowledge thero, so I camo to
Illlo to find work nnd go also to
Now I am working for Mrs. I.ows,
and sho sends mo In school to study.
The conditions she gives nro all what
I am respectfully yours,
AI.FItKD V. DE OCAMPO.
Cth Orado Illlo Union School, Hawaii
LANAI LIKES LETTERS.
March 13, 1908.
To the K v 0 n 1 11 c B u 1 1 0 1 1 u, T. II.
Ills mighty power Is withdrawn;
Honor In dust does Ho.
The otllcer who vanquished htm
You'll find Is qulto nearby.
Dear Sir: My teacher nskcJ m- to
wrlto jou u letter (his work.
Ho road many letters from olhor
reboots, from your paper this morn
ing, and wo r.ro vory ,glad (,0 ioar
them. It Is vory hot up lioro last
month nnd wo have hard llinea to wut
our pluii'.s. j
Wn limit (nut nl.iiil.ol ru- .',.v...-
-- ..--- I 'V, ,V" lf,l
enno plantH In our Bchool yard. nn-T iia
nro cxpectcii 10 naio tliuni grow, in
1 remain, yours truly.
.March 19. 19U8.
Kdllor K veiling I) 11 1 1 G 1 1 n. Ho
Dear Sir: Kindly glvo 11 Bparc
place In your pjper to Insert tlic fol
lowing Heme: We nro very happy
because Mr. Italu hai como ng.itnf
Monday nr. I Tuesday tho Mho,
grounds wrio well toakr-d. Wo ha.,
planted lot-i or renin In our bcIiooi
yard. Our leachert Alfred Mia, pinn
ed n cocoaiiut tree mid It grow up In
a very good treo. Our heboid house
is located on 11 small lot. U la a u-v
I remain, yours truly.
KORW AT KEEHIA.
Kcchln School, March 18, iflOS.
To tho Kdltor of tho K v o 11 1 n g 11 11 1.
lot In, Honolulu, Oahu.
Dear Sir: I had written to you gov
ern! times but I didn't toll you any
thing about our vegetables. Wh .'
Ilecaii8o wo-Just have our vegetable
seels n couple weeks ago. Hluco wo
liavu them wo planted them becauso
our pntchcH uro all prepared.
My companion Is Adolpb Johnson.
Our corn Is about a foot high now. It
lb growing beautifully.
Tho first corn wo had planted is
very tall. The teacher fcavo no seeds
and wo planted thoni for n fow deys,
Thero nro tho names of tho oced
which nro given to 113. Wati"hiolou,
sweet corn, carrot, endive, collard
mustard, lettuce end two kinds of rail
Ishos, and thoy are growing fine. Our
sweet corn Is nliout lli.-i Inchon hls'i
or oven moro now. Our rnlUhm are
about an inch nnd a half now. and all!
the rest are rmaller than theso. I.urliy
thing wc havo plenty of rain thesB
weeks nnd wo. aro icrv happy. I II
tell you moro tho next (lir.o.
Your ong friend.
AH IIINA AH U1IUCII.
A lima. IV GUAIHS.
GREAT MOOKINI HEIAU.
Mnr. 13, 1908.
IIoiiolpu, N. Kohiila, Hawaii,
Mr. Kdltor of the II 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 .
Doar Sir:--Our school stands near
the sea, whore not oven grass grows.
mi wo cannot w,l n to you about
lowers nml vegetables, but you llko
en nip o reau souioinug niioui to
K iri ti mill III llltm.it ttrlilnli ilimtu
; "' ,, "" -""" ."
iiuni iiein- 1110 sen Kiioro mm riuis
two or threo mllos Inlund. It Is
1 from flvo lo kcvcn feet wldo and
high, but at places n great deal moro
narrow. Very fow persons over vis
ited this ravo, which passes under
the Mo'.dilnl helau. This In olden
times was n temple of the falso gods,
Tho walls, which nro of loose Btono,
aro 840 fcot long. 84 wide. 13 thick
and 1G high. This templo contains
seven rooms, hut only two largo
ones. In oach of the four corners
there uro boles or wells, in which
tho priests ot the false gods used to
1 throw tho bones of the victims, nnd
they gnvo tholr flesh to tho sharks.
I Outsldo, but close to tho helau. Is
tlio sacrificial stotio whereon tho vic
tims wero killed nnd cut to pieces.
It Is twolvo by Bcven feet ami n llt
tlo hollowed out In, tho middle. In
one night the lielnu was built, the
men, standing In a Hue twenty mlloi
long, fiom I'ololu to Ilunolpu, pass
ing thu stones from hand to liana.
Near tho helau Is tho Kokolkl
1 tone, 011 whlrh our great Knmeha
inobn I was born. Ills mother, when
Bho gdvo him birth, embraced that
ock. Wo Ha-.vallnns would bo
pleneed to toe that rcmnrknblo placo
B-jrrclindcH by n fine strung fence,
with mi Inscription.
Hoping. that theso llnca will plcaso
yon; I remain, dear sir.
Yours very rctpectfully,
PROGRESS AT OLAA. s
Olan 12-MIIes ScU.il.
March 12, 1908.
To tho Kdllor of tho K v 0 n 1 n g
11 u 1 1 0 t i n , Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Our plants aro grow
ing very fast. Last Thursday tho
big boys filled tho beds with good
soil. Tho beds nre higher now than
before. I am glad that I am learn
ing how to crochet. There nro only
three of the big boys that nre learn
ing. 1 nm going to tell you who
they nte. Keola Mukuaknue, Samuel
Mali and I. The chllureti aro mak
ing fancy work lit our reboot. Mrs.
King nnd MIks Naillmn are teaching
us wcaxlug. cowing, tict-inukliig,
fancy work, nnd manual work.
Wc ure going to liarn cooking as
soon ns our kitchen Is ready.
Wo used to pull a hundred weeds
every morning, but now wu, tho
older ones, lire working in tho gar
den lighting the rut-worms aud
only tho younger children nre at
tending to tho weeds.
Respectfully yours, t
PICNIC AT HAAHEO. '
- March 9, 1808.
Kdltor of II 11 1 1 0 1 1 n .
Dear Sir: All the seeds are plant
ed mid growing. And wo had n pic
nic on last Tuesday. We gathered
coral, aholls, Ben moss, fcrna, leaves.
Wo wont on Government rjad and
then wo went on u narrow Inno to
iho leach. A big steamer was tow
ing tho lumber ship. Wo nlo lunctl
nonr the e:a shore. Wc saw tho
turtles In tho sen. Wo saw the son
Win. too. Friday was teachorsv
meeting. Wo camo to school four
days last weok.
Second Grndo; ll'iabco School,
MAKAPALA'S BIG SCHOOL.
Mukapaln School, Kohaln, Hawaii,
Mar. 13, 190S.
W. K, Fnrrlnnton, KdlUr of tho
K v 0 11 i 11 g Bulletin, Ho
nolulu, T. II.
I Dear Sir: This afternoon tho
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' cultivated tho garden. They nlso
water0(, tno ,,,,,.
T, ucallB nre Bf0WlnE vcrv nlco.
. iy. Tlloy liavo 0WcrJ Ilow ,
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tnat by next
st week or a week lateral
ive lota of beans to bc1I."H
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Today tho bo planted sumo on
We keep our garden clean and
no-.it. There Is not (. bit nt grass
growing 011 tho beds.
Mnknpala school is tho biggest
school In Kohaln. There uro 190
This afternoon wo had rehearsing.
We are learning 11 play for our clos
I will closo my letter now.
OHOY KYAU CHEN.
lly arrangement of trana-Atlontlo
ntenmshlp IIiicb return tickets on ono
will bo good 1111 tho others, nllowanco V
being mado for dlfforenco of faro.
Carl I'Tscher-llanscn, tho lawyer ,
wlio defended Raymond Hitchcock,
the actor, line been arrested In New
York on a charge of extortion In anli
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