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EVBN1N0 nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., BATUItDAY, APIUL 2J. 100S.
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win Jour prize
Youra cry truly,
AT UNION SCHOOL.
KEOKEA TRIES AGAIN.
Kookca School. Maul,
Mur 13th, 190S.
To the ndltor of the E veiling
II it 1 1 e 1 1 n , Honolulu, T. II.
Mr V It Knrrlngton. tn the lMltor of
I ho I! v c n I it s II u 1 1 1! 1 1 it, Hono
lulu, T. II.
iMtr Sir Tin- bemn Iihxi- some How -era
now 11-11111 .Saturday till Hund.iy It
ruined Mry hnnl so we illil not water
the plants this morning. The watch
Dear Sir: Yesterday we finished boy ilo not drive the chickens Thlt
nuother hed which Is our fourth bed, afternoon Queen Ycc, Ah Toe and Ah
and have for the present an area of Too drtio them out of our inrd. Much
ihrao hundred olchtv snu.ire feet of wllc',, grlw" ' coming up so we have to
three imnureu cignt square leei oi pm lhom up Jfry ThurwJll. W(1 lmvc
garden beds, drawing lcson at Mr. Amona's room.
Our onions arc doing nicely, but y,. mvv m0 n11! pou,, but we use only
others are not. The cabbage, let-jone. When any of the tries die, o
tucc and radishes arc not showing plant a new one. llicry Tuesday we
any slgll of growth. Wo pulled the "ole BcoRrnphy lessons. Now we ore
u-nn.1. which worn nhnnt an Inch tudIns nlwut the Western Hemisphere.
, ,, ' , ,i ,i. , i..i. , ' think this Is cnouKh for this time.
but there was neither cabbage, let
tuce nor radish.
One reason for this, 1 believe. Is
that It Is too cold tip here. We arc
not discouraged yet! but we will sow
again, as we have some moro seeds
While we boys were making our
tirade HI. Irrigator.
HORSES IN GARDEN.
Maknwno School. March IS, 190.
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luuim uvu iuuiu.1) mi- sin- m-iv dry )XPerl on jvnirnUy when the rain-
lilantlng some llower-plnnts gent- m 3; in on Monday the horses
nlums, violets, and double Chinese cot Into the garden and ate all the sweet
pinks. They planted the geraniums imam plants, and so yesterday the boys
along the left side of our path lead- replanted them, twenty hills, two slips to
Ing from the gate to the step of our " nn y
ichool house. They are of different , ,,, Tn (.m ,, ,,, Mtuw mvo
thndes white, red, dark-red, pink Kprr,iitl hut the watermelons haic not.
and purple. They planted the vlo- The swu-t mm th.u was planted on the
lets anil the double Chinese pinks In other side of the Kardcn has also sprout-
n circular bed In front of tho school
building, and In a bed, shaped like
a star, which Is also In front of the
building, but a little farther from
tho building than the circular one.
We had light southerly showers
and south wind all csterday after-, uiuikiI. ho.. School. Mar. 20. loos.
noon, nnu notn continued until late To ,, i;jlor , ,hc kvciiIiir llul-
OUR DEAUTIFUL PAPEn.
last night. It Is clear this morning,
nnd the weather Is delightful.
AT WAIMEA, HAWAII.
let I it, Honolulu
Dear Sir My teacher told me to write
our wiikly Utter to the ltulletltt and
1 lake great pleasure In doing so.
We arc still Imsy on our fnrms. All or
us like to see our letters npiicnr In the
Mul I el In. It Is n iKuutlfu! piper. Our
tfaeher glic us Current eients from It.
Our fnrm Is being enlarged dilly more
an 1 more Is ts-lnp done by the Ihis.
They dig and dig the rocks out. There
are many small stones besides tho large
ones. Wo rake the small rocks togrthtr
und carry them away In bass to the
.tone pile. The little bos do most of
Wnlmea School, Hawaii,
Mar. 13th. 1H0S
To the Editor of the B v c n I it g
Ilull.e 1 1 n. Honolulu. T. II.
Dear .Sir: Our vegetable garden
Is 204 feet by 7 feet It extends the cnrrjlng.
along the fence from one comer to Our farm Is well drained. The vege-
the other corner of our school jnrd. table beds have sufllclent fall to drain
We nro still working at it. Tho "" ,ho surplus water daring heavy rains,
grass Is all dug and we ate hoeing '"j,1 JX'00 Br"ut " ",at l"
the soil up to get It soft. Th(. ,,,',,," ,1,'',.,, a.t l'rld.iy wn. very
e have leveled about one-fourth for thc plants. The total nmount of
and we will plant that part this pnelpltallon since that day Is 5.58 Inches,
week with beans and pcaB. i The girls have trimmed "their garden
Thc vcgctablo seeds which wo borders today and their gardens nro now
nlnnlo.l bofnro nrn ernivlni- vorv Tiist lery Heat In lippenrullCe.
J.,i a,. ..i.i. ..- ni tt.,. Two of tho farmers ended poles of
llllo, Hawaii, Mar. !, IPOS.
Kdltor o' 1-; e it n g 11 ii 1 1 e 1 1 ii,
Duir Sir: I inn In tho 1'mirlli (Irnde.
Kvery l'rlil.iy we lime nmk of muUliilt
plclun frames, liocs, wlmlmllls, book
eoiirs and many other things.
We are now reading Fourth Ilcnikr tmt
we will soon begin tho rtfth. When wo
finish our education In this Union School
we will go to tho High School.
We bale now for our call bell n drum.
There nro two boys who take .turns In
The most Importnnt products of this
Island are sugar, bananas, coffee and
pineapples. Sugar Is the principal one.
Many ships cois,o to llllo Hay, liecnuse
It Is a lino hnrbnr. We are soon ifolnR
to have a breakwater.
llllo Union School.
THE HAD FIRE DRILL.
llllo, Hawaii. Mar. 12. 1808.
IMIIor of livening 1! til let In
Dear Sir: Would you like mo to tell
ou something that wo are doing In the
Union School yard?
Homo of tho Union School children
planted somo egetnble seeds In the gar
din and they grew lery line.
The children put some ferllllier on the
plants to food them.
1 hope our Union School egetahles
will Is- the bisl If no thleiis and cattle
take them ns they did the last time.
We are rending the llaldnin lUadcrs,
fourth year, upstairs In the middle room.
Wo lime lire drill now In our Union
One day we had n little drill going
down the Union School stairs.
We get down In about SO seconds with
100 children from the second lloor.
I think If them Is n fire the ihlldren
would grt dnnii to tho lot In no second
Ml TOOK KIKII.OI.
llllo Union School.
CLEARING ALAE LAND.
And thc vegetables are about three
Ku.tviiH for the lima bean to trail upon.
i . lit. i i lit h'lix lie nl mi" mini in linn in it lilt uifii
Inches In height. It is almost time- Tlp p,,,,.,, llrn w. or bU vil lon(5 lltlll
to transplant them. The banana , they were plned upright In the ground
trees are growing well now. Every- and other bu.imi sticks wen- tied to them
thing Is green and looks very pretty, crosswise. They h.no used tho bark of
Our nrd Is kept clean and It Is "' '' " ''"B up.
hard to find papers and leases lying! ,TI''r' "r. ma"y M,r""1"-" JnJfnir our
fc . ' ' ' plants We lime distroyed many of
The weather this week Is very I 0ll Tuesday the nth Inst. I planted
ary, dui last nigiu wo nail u utile i some lettuce seeds In one of my lots.
t will close my letter now
1 Yours truly,
A Fourth Grade Hoy.
SEEDS DIDN'T GROW.
Today we halo drawn maps of tho
Hawaiian Islands; for myself, 1 took
Kuttal to lie tho liest.
Most of the plants are growing ery
well. We. the farmers of the Iaupa
hoehoo School are sending you by to
day's mall a few of the drawings wo have
made. Our tteacher first drew pictures In
colors on the Ismrd from tho real plant
and thin we coplid,
I think this Is about all I can tell you
this week so I close and remain,
VERY DAD DONKEYS.
Is very poor. And 'none of thoso
seeds that came from Honolulu bus
come up yet. It Is hard to hnvo a
garden hero In Walmea school.
AH SUI SAN.
March 13, 1908.
To the Editor of the Evening
I) u I 1 o 1 1 n . I
Dear Sir: I have heard that wo'
must write a letter to sou every
week and so I will let jou know I Wn, , ,Iuwal M,lr ,,
Hbout some boys gardens which woro Mr. w. It. rurrlngton, Honolulu. Oahu.
swept away by tho water of the cano ( near Sir: Our school house Is 60 feet
' field ditch, and lots of other gardens long nnd 24 feet wide. It Is divided
are rooted up by the rude chickens Into two rooms, liich room Is 25 feet
from our neighbor's. Tho growth of . lonB "ni1 -' fc,t lde.
our plants Is about four inches. I, '" H'e first room the seating capacity
The ch.ckenpox in Walmea . very " Trc. n'rm. nTT .Y" of which
calm at present. I dldn t have any ' 3r, In the ilrst room and 47 In the second
of It, but I had to stay away because room.
my sisters and brothers had It. We I The school Is dlilded Into 4 grades nnd
nre often for days without a drop of n rccclilns grade. The first and recelv-
water and It has to be carried COO ! lnB Bnule" urc '" """ n'Hi r("n- '""l ,hc
vr ti, n i ,.. i.i ..other grades In tho second room.
i. .,!.. t. ti ". T10 work of olu, r.,8 n ,1,,. chool
Is taken up In accordance with tho couruo
'ilio school buildings are swept and
window n cleaned eiiry day
We have lery little time tn ilean tho
sehool buildings. eVipl when the luna
of buildings thinks It necessary to up ml
more llnie on it, nnd more chlldrin needed
lo hlp her and her ihlldren In tending
to llielr iluty
liesks are dusted every morning.
We lui e two uiw llower-lieds hi front
of the MhiMil house together with tho old
ones around ihe pi iy Brouud. The dow
ers ate growing will. Wn wit our
flowers In the morning and In thu after
noon. Sometimes more children uro needed
to help the lima and girls of tho llower
beds In pushing their work ahead.
Tho teacher bIvch us the llower seeds.
Wo put soil In tho boxes nhout two
Inches deep mid wo plant tho seeds In
Our ground is level now nnd much
Improvements have been put up by tho
luna and tho workers of tho ground, with
the aid of other working gangs.
(Iravel walks nro mado In front nnd
around tho sihool house. Manlenle grass
are planted In tho foro ground. Tho
grass Is growing well.
Wn halo stonn walk, enclosing tho
school giound. Somo places are 4 feet
high, and somo places nro not iiulto 4
feet. Hut wo ore going to llx It, so as to
make It 4 and half feet.
Our Arbor Day treek as well ns our
fruit trees aro growing well now, Tho
donkeys bale eatin our banana trees
lately nnd damage Is estimated live dol
lars. The banana trees have been cut to
nllow them lo grow up well. Tho leaves
1 nro trlmmiil, and wo shall have hunthts
of banana for our examination day, '
Wo hnvo plantid our vegetables. We
halo planted beans, cabbages. 'beets, rnd
dlshes, nnd wati rmelons. Wo hnvo plant
ed them a few weeks ago. They have
been growing very well, but ono night
two donkeys got Into tho ground nnd
destroyid the plants. The plot In whlih
tho raddlshes nro planted Is ubsolutely
Injured, while others nro not badly In
I am afraid It would be too liiu for
us lo start up a new farm In order to
Alae School. March 12, 11)08.
Mr. rarrlngtou, ndltor livening ltul
le t In, Honolulu, Oahu.
Duir Sir; I wish to tell you some
lldnB about our egetnble garden.
Our Mgttahlc garden Is located In the
north western sldo of tho iird.
When the boys stnrti-d to work, there
were many lioulders und lobbies, but the
soil Is very rich nnd black.
The lnntnnn lemes made the soil rich
In places whin- the soil was jiot ilcli we
'orrowed the rich soil under the liintnnii
bushes and placed It there.
That Is why tho plants grow fine.
The boys wint with a sledge hutnn er
and broke the large boulders Into small
jtccrs so that tho bos and girts could
The stones that went tn inaKo the high
fmco wire from the icgctable garden.
The boys nnd Klrls carried tho stoms
tnd some lioys put them Intu plnco on
We made the fence strong so that the
cows can not come 1.1 again nnd eat all
the plants In the egetabIo pirden.
This vegetable garden Is 2s rt. wide
and 42 ft. long. It contains of tin area
of 1,176 si. ft.
Hound rabbage, beets, tomatoes, car
ruts, lima is-ans und lettuce were planted
for tho Ilullctln Agricultural Competi
tion. There nie other pl'ints liesldo these.
Those plants lire only for study.
I shall draw you the pictures of tno.
plants that nro for the contest.
They nro Browing nicely.
Iich garden has a different kind of
plant, (lleeauso) good rain comes al
most ei cry night nnd it sonks tho ground.
That Is why the plants grow.
In the day time tho sun shines bright
ly. In the night tho rain comes.
On Friday, Feb. 28, 1908, wo plantid
the lettuce seed.
On Monday, March 2nd, 1D08, the seeds
It grew larger every day.
I think this will Ik., the end of my
letter. I rcmnln,
I'. H. On the other sldo Is tho picture
.if our Mgetnblo gurdin.
Mar. 11, 1908.
W. It. Fnrrlngton, Editor of
Evening II u I 1 o 1 1 n , Ho
nolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: It Is about two weeks
now since you hnvo printed any of
our letters In tho Evening II it 1
I o 1 1 n . You know our parents
would like to read them. Wo havo
llnnted tho vegetable beeds In tho
garden, some of tho beds aro trian
gular, and somo nro square. Wo
always think of our letters In tho
Evening 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n . Tho
Ilowor gardens grow perfectly nnd
nro clean. Thoy are woll kept. Tho
vcgetablo garden Is also kcyt In
good order. Wo do not work very
hard becnuso tho beds in the garden
nro cloan. Tho Irrigators water tho
plants overy morning nnd evening.
, Somo of tho boys dug a holo Inst
week. They worked very hard, nnd
wo nro trying to win your prlzo. Ev
ery morning our teacher comes Into
the garden with somo of the girls,
and thoy go from plant to plant to
seo If thoy aro growing or not. Somo
times sho goes by tho sldo of tho
school linus-o because thcro Is ono
garden beside our room. Sho wntchos
the llower seeds to see when they
will germinate. I remain,
WM. K. WEIlNEIt,
Grado IV; Head Luna.
LIKE SCHOOL LETTERS.
DEANS ARE FLOWERING.
'"' Hannlel School,
llanaltl, Kauai, Mar. 1C, 1908.
Knncohc, March 19, 1908.
Mr. W. R. Fnrrlngton, lMltor II veiling
Ilulletln. Honolulu, T. 11.
Denr Sir: Tho carpenter lwys havo
lust Hnlshed shingling their shop. Thu
shop Is twenty feet long und fifteen feet
vide. It has threu sliding windows and
.1 big sliding door which runs on trolley
hnnecrs. Tho windows halo been or
der! d and snipe other materials. I,ast
Saturday It rained very hard und It
lasted three days. Our vegetables have
not bien wntered during the whole week.
The beans hnvo formed Into pods ulioul
ono und a half Inches long tills week.
IVo nro studying about the Ufa history
of the froj. flur teacher hns read tho
letters from tho newspaper tu us and
wo wvro pleusiil to hear them.
Yours respectfully, ,
PRISONERS PULL WEEDS,
Kttbfllk, tho eminent violinist, Is
probably n greater favorite with tho
pttbllc-nt-largc than most celebrities.
Last year In New Yoik he played
before nil nudlence of thirty-two
thousand people, and kept them all
spellbound by his gems. Ho Is not
only master of technique, but pos
sesses temperament and plays upon
tho sympathies or the audience nt
will, Ills coming will not bo nn ex
periment for Honolulu but nn nssitr-'
cd fnct, ns Is cnsll demonstrated by
tho selling of thc tickets. Mr. Ad
ams Is n plucky man nnd deserves
to win. Ho believes In the bcBt for
our Islands and does n.' In his pow
er for that end.
Tho concert given by the lloynl
Hnwnilnti Hand under tho brilliant
direction of Captain llcrgcr, occur
red nt tho new park, corner of l'u
nnhou street and Wilder avenue. Mo
tors, equestrians and carriages block
ed tho way for sonic distance, and
thc Innovation was decidedly appre
ciated. It should bo repeated at nn
Evcrybod Is looking forward to
"Thc Mascot" nnd the postponement
of tho program has only mado peo
ple more eager to fco It. Mrs.
Crook will ho In One voice by Thurs
day .night nnd "Ma Chore," under
thc nblo tutelage of Miss do I'Artlguo
a dream of motif. "Sonny" Cttn
lia Is In his host form, nnd alt Is
Mrs. Gcrrll Wilder g.iio a tea which
Included nbom twenty of her friends,
on Tuesday to meet Mrs. Ilandolph
Crompton of Worcester, Mnssichu
setts. Mr. and Mrs CmiuptiKi were
guests nt the .Muana hotel, and they
ivero deservedly popular socially.
Mrs. W. O. Smith did not nccom
pnny her husband to Washington. She
Savo a pretty luncheon for Mrs. Wot
orhouso on T!iur:d.i, and violets
ndorncd the ixqulrltH set tabic
Mr. and Mrs William Waterliouse,
who aro Isltlng in Honolulu, nre thor-'
oughly enjoying the outing. Mi. Wat
vrhnuso Is ox-Mayor of I'asadena and
served n most impuhir term.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Caso-Dcorlng
entertained on Saturday last In hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. llrtggs, guests nt
tho Moann Hotel. Thu Ilrlggs wcro
here n few years ago.
Tho mother nnd father of Mrs,
Humhurg nro guests at tho Moan a.
Hotel. Tho Humhurgs remained
quite a while at the Moan a a few
There nro hundreds of new play
ing cards nt IInwall.ui News Com
pany, with novel designs mid worth
seeing and purchasing.
Mrs. Georgo Carter has cards out
for an "at homo" on Wednesday In
honor of M,rs. Strong nnd Mrs. mid
The consolation prlzo at Mrs. Sic-
Clollan's bridge-tea on Tuesday, won
by Mrs. Georgo Kenton, was a silver
Mr. II. Griggs Holt, us debonair as
ever, and ns delightful, will upend
.'o'jic little tlmo In Honolulu.
Mrs. Clivo Davlcs has gone to tho
Tantalus residence, for a week. Mr.
Dalles Is nt thu other Islands,
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Parker, who arc
still enjoying tho TantaltiH breezes,
are booked for the Coast May eighth.
JinlKo and. Mrs. Humphreys nro to
rent tho Dolo placo at Aqua Marino
for six months.
Mrs. Glgnoux of Anapunl htrcut g.uc
a ery pleasant lunch thin week.
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ate it. It 3 the enre you need.
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STPEKCETS. T EDDY.
Muul. Mar. 17, 1008.
To tho IJlltor of tho UvenliiK II u I
lot I ii, Honolulu.
Dear Hlr: I urn koIiib to tell.you what
I nm ilolnn. Nearly every mnrnlnir when
I come to peWI tho Unit thins that 1
do Ih to go to thn garden nnd sen If the
plants are Browing. Koine of the plant
nro Browhirf very well Homo nro not
trowing. The hciiIk did not Bermlnnte.
It may lio that the meds wero old. The
koII In our Barileii Is lery rich.
I was iipimlntfd Judse of Kciilnhou
srliool hy the Hoard of HupcrvlsorH. 1
hold couit wlien tho cherlff makes any
arrests. If tho prisoner Ih found guilty
ho Is Ncntinccd tn pull weeds und If not
ho Is dlxmlsHcd. If tho case Is very bail.
I talk about It with Mr. Vincent before
dfcldhiB tho case. Hlnco I was appoint
ed I halo heurd eleven canes. They
wero not had cases, hut tho prisoners
wire found guilty und wero sentenced to
Mini rune Is our sheriff and ho ap
pointed three imllccmcn to help him.
Tho sheriff arreBtB tho had tioyMjind
llrls. Tho Hhcrlff hrliiBH them Lerorc
Judge of tho Kealahou Hcliool.
James A. Prink, an attorney nnd
past grand chancellor of tho Knights
of Pythias of Missouri, was found
mortally wounded In n Springfield,
Mo Btreet. An empty purse, whlcn
had contained H0, was found near
Earl this month imporiant c hanges were made in the dirloraati c assignment1: of American Minister
to foreign countries, The President named David Jrvi.e Kill na Ami) aswdT to Germany m place of
Charlemagne Tovcr, who leaves that post the 1st of Apri' At thc -.c time Arthur K. Ecauurc of Il!i
nois, now Minister to the Argentine J!cublic, was ni.poi'itcd Minr.ter to the Netherlands and luxem-"
burg. Spencer Eddy, now Secretary of thc Berlin Em'jatsy, wjs name ft as Ur.ittd States Kinisttr to the
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About n year iibo D. A. Sodertfren, u
druBKlit, wrote us from Callaway, Ne
braska, that ho had n aerious caim of
kidney dlseaso nnd that his physlil.in did
not offer him. much encouragement, lie
desired to put Fulton's Iten.il Cnuipoimd
In ftlnck for Ills own case and If liu Bot
UHlllts ho would Hell It to utile m. lie
wrote severul limes for aililce, kIiouIiib ii
lery nhntlnuto case. Ho now writes: "It
In now ten months hIuco 1 Ikbuii umIiib
Hie compound, nnd ullhouBli iny case Ii.ih
been lery nlistlnate, It seems to have tin
ally lelded to the Ireatim lit. 1 halo no
doubt icKiilts would halo been obtained
sooner had I not kept nt work."
(Due to the results ohtalned hi thin
time our HBencles wero promptly accepted
in Callaway nnd the adJnlnhiB town.)
Klnnily another ciso of kidney trouhlo
In which thn Inflamed kidney refused to
respond tu tho futile olil-tlme klilm y ex
citants and (hat utter nil else had failed,
lelded to Kulton's Iteniil Compound, tho
Mot and only emollient for lullamed kid
neys lunammatloii of the kidneys, evin
In In advanced forms, Is now curable,
fend fur literature.
JOHN J. FUI.TON CO.
Honolulu DriiK Co, l'ort .Street, nro our
sole lueiil uKeiits. ' Ask for Ill-Monthly
Ilulletln of Into recol erics. SI
Honolulu has wtll gained the repu
tation of being a cloan city. The only
way we can maintain same la by keep
ing at work.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Itooin Phone 185.
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