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Letters From Schools
Alaa School, April 13, 100S.
Hear Mr PnrrlnBton.
I want to let you know1 about tho
ptanjs In the vegetable garden. They
nro (trowing nicely.
During our Master vacation boys
nnd girls went to the school yard and
cared fur tho plants. The boys went
In tho M'gutnble garden nnd they
caught more than 100 worms In a
tiny. An our teacher had gono nway
tho boj s took care of tho school yard.
They came to look nt tho ptnuts every
day nnd to keep tho cows nwny. On
Hominy of this week our school bii
gun ngntn. On that morning nil tho
hoys utid girls nttcmlcd bchuol. Tho
lliKt thing that tho boys nnd girls
did was to go und clean their gardens.
Our teacher told Us to go In tho veg
ctublo gaulcn to care for the plants.
VTe saw tho round cabhngo growing
bushy. They grew two feet nbovo
tho giound. Tho carrots nro grow
ing 1 feet nnd 3 inches high nbovo
the gi omul. The Imlha nic about two
Inches long. The radishes nre grow
ing high nnd very stout. Tho bulba
grew long nnd soma round. Somo
aio -1 to' S Inches long, hut Home mo
about 3 Inches round.
I think this will he tho end of my
letter. Next week 1 shall tell oit
about the rest of the plants In tha
vegetable garden. I remain,
, Fifth Oracle.
I.nunllin, April 13, 1008.
Kdilor 13 veiling 11 it I I o 1 1 n ,
Dear Sir: Kannkunul surveyed
our Hchool iinl on Kilday. I think
l no (loi'criior Is going to give uh ii big
Mrs. Campbell-Parker Is making n
ln.il; In Lnhalii.i. Tho men mo cut
ting down tho trees und cleaning tho
(icorge Pall got twenty-five tubs.
Ho painted them blue.
I hud u lino time (luring K.ihter
vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Senng nro
going to I ho in Shanghai, China.
Lahalnn, April 14, 190S.
Editor of the Evening 11 u 1 I e -
Dear Sir: The men nro cutting
tho trees in Mrs. Parker's yard to
niako a park out of It. Tho men be
gan working on Friday nnd they
won't bo nble to finish it this week.
On tho samo day Knuakiinul enmo
over fiom Wnlluku and surveyed tho
school yard, nnd went horns on tho
The Government has" found pure,
fresh water further up In the valley.
They have already laid pipes and
they aio waiting for tho lumber.
They expected that tho lumber would
bo sent to Lnhnlna on tho Iwalnnl.
Ilnnnlol School, April 20.
Mr. W. It. Farrlngton, Honolulu, T.Il.
Dear Sir: Our gardeners hnvo
dono much work now, nnd our plants
nre increasing very nicely. On last
Tuesday wo transplanted lettuce and
cabbages, and they nre growing very
quickly. 1 nni,
Hnnalei School, April 20, 190S.
To the Bill tor of the Evening
llu,l lotl n, Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: On Friday wo had no
school for It was Good Friday. Tho
nasturtiums am growing very well.
Tho bun(low(jr3 huvo flowers now.
Someone picked n flower. I havo not
watered tho plants for a long time,
for It rains every day.
I lcimiln, you is truly,
Hnnulcl School, Apr. 20, 1908.
To the Kdltor of Evening II u 1 -1
ot I u, Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Slr: I urn going to let you
km w biinio news.
Tho weather is very calm. Tho
children nro working hard for your
pibe. Wo had no school on Friday
because It was Gooil Friday. Wo
don't havo to water tho plants, for
rain fnllu lit night. Tho vegetables
and (lowers nio doing well.
I lem.ilii, respectfully jours,
Ioui til Grudo; C.upuntor.
llaualel School, Hnnnlcl, Knunl,
Anr. no. mux.
To Iho I'dllcir of tho , Evening
nil I I o t in . Honolulu.
Dear Sir: I nni going lo write
lou them few lino) In let jou Know
how our viml 1h irt'ttlnir ulnnir. Ilnr
yard l. In good order us usual and our
veget.uiies mu glowing nicely. Tho
rllmato heio Is hot; wo have had no
inlu for n long while. I think the
ruin might water our plants.
Our garden produces several kinds
or vegct'ibles. This is nil for today,
by mixt week I will tell jou inoio
news. I i cumin,
Knlne School, April 21st, 1908.
Editor, Kvunlng 11 ii 1 1 o 1 1 n ,
Dear Sir: Wo have hnd windy
weather over a mouth nnd wo aro
leiy tiled of tho wind. Last wool:
wo caught about flfty-Miven cut
worms. They nro very Binnrt; they
conio up on top In tho night nnd they
Btiiy under the dirt In tho dny.
Our sweet nllsluin plants arc
growing, nml today somo llttlo llow
eis peeped out.
The men nro bringing uio lumber
up f i om Knunnkaknl for our now
Koine School, Apill 21st, 1908.
To the Editor of tho Evening
I) u 1 I o 1 1 n , Honolulu, Oahu.
Dear Sir: This morning I have
planted somo pepper seeds In a can
to sec If they will grow. The cut
worms hnd eaten our China cabbage.
Tho flowers nro In bloom. Tho sun
flowers nro growing giccn nml tall.
Kalno School, April 21, 1908.
tho Editor of tho E v c u 1 u g
II II I I ot I n, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Yesterday It rained
nearly nil day nnd this morning It
pprlnklcd a little. Tho radishes and
endive nro ready to eat.
In school wo nro sowing boy3
waists. Wo sew every Wednesday
afternoon. On Thursday wo hnvo
drawing. On Friday wo go outside
lo work nricr wo finish working In
vide. Yours respectfully,
Mnknwao School, Apr. 17, 1908.
Editor " K v e n bn g II il 1 1 e 1 1 n , "
During tho past week wo have hnd
.ory llttlo rnln, but the ground Is
still moist nnd is in good condition.
ATT tho U'gctnblcs except tho wulei
mclons nre growing finely. The wu
tci melons wero eaten by Insects. Tin
Iioj-b put somo polbon around them
called Pails green. Tho poison was
tirade by mixing one part of Paris
preen to n bundled parts of flour.
Kllinhulu School, Maul,
April 13th, 1908.
To tho lliillelln Publishing Co.
Gentlemen: 'We uro going to
start again with our letter writing,
and tell you what we did during our
Dne-wcek vacation. Wo were happy
nnd glad that it ruined tho day vaca
tion came, becauso we need' not wa
ter our pl.-mts. Wo worked nt home
during tho week In our gnrdens nnd
nrountl our house. When Monday,
the 13th, enmo wo returned tu
school, nnd In the morning tho man
ager, lunn, and myself went to our
Bectlon und hoed uro mid whero tho
nasturtiums wero growing. We dug
up Kirao rocks nnd covered tlm
ground with cane trnsli.
Yours very truly,
,. WI1I1IE LONO.
Ktpnhulu School, Maul,
April 13th, 1908.
To tho llulletln Publishing Co.
Gentlemen: Wo had h flno tlmo
In our vncatlon. Wo enjoyed our
selves while wo wero nway from
scheci. Tho weather today was-very
pleasant. The blcezes wero vety
light. Our schoolyard is ilncr now
thnn last mouth. Tho mnnnger ot
our section Is going to plant somo
nasturtiums by tho sldo of the stone
wall. On tho 3d dny of April, In tho
afternoon, we went for n walk to the
mountains. While we wero walking
on the hillside wo saw somo men cut
ting enno nnd some picking up rocks.
Somo of tho children havo planted
banunns In the IlluvflelJ section mid
covering tho rocks with trash from
the mill. Yours very truly,
Lahalnn, Apr. 22d, 1908.
Editor of evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ,
Dear Sir: Wo went out working
in tho yard on Thursday. James liu
chanan nnd I trimmed tho klnwo
trees. Mr. Law niado ono of tho
trees look as If It was a fan. Wo
did not hnvo any school on Friday.
I, went up the mountain on my llttlo
pony. Tho young men who enlisted
In the National Guard gathered nt
tho wharf on Sunday nnd they hnd a
flno drill. Sum Kclllnol commanded
tho joung men. Albert Cockett nnd
Alfred Ayers went ll3hliig on Friday
night. Thoy got. n hag full of 41i.li.
While they weie on their wny homo
Alfied Aycr's foot got n big cut. It
ws two Inches deep nnd four Inches
long. His font bled till ha reached
his home. Ho was afraid that ho
iiftght faint on tho wny to his home.
Mis. Hnso's house was put on II ro by
tho Hparks ot the stotc. When Mrs.
JIoms's biothcr enmo homo ho neaily
tot the house on lire again.
I.alnilmi, Apr. 23, 1!HIK.
Edllor or tho Evening II ul lo
tl n , Honolulu.
Do.ir Sir: -Dear old Aim. Gannon
Is ilo.nl. Sho died on Thursday aft
ernoon nt I o'eloi'k. They huilcil her
nt 10 o'clock on Good Tilday.
Queen Lllluok.il.ini Is in Lnliiilun.
Bho dime on Friday menlng on thu
Manna 1.0.1. The Campbell Pnik i.i
very nlco now und they mo nuikliig
n fence mound It. I havo made u
gulden and I huvo planted geranium.)
ferns, seeds, mid other hinds or
plants. Thu boeds mo nil glowing
mid tho plants, too. Sainh and I
planted rorn and watermelon seeds,
They nro gi owing, Georgo Pull mid
Jdkopli got twenty wiyo tubs to plant
seeds In. The seeds which Mr. Law
planted In thu aoyo tubs mu glowing
Wiilhce, Maul, Apill 21. 1908.
W, It. Farrlngton, Esq., Editor E v e-
n lug Hullo tin, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: Wo havo n flno school
nt Wniheo, Maul, nndwo havo a lino
cnrduli. too. In our" school prmimi
' Wo havo many kinds of vcgctubles
C STOMACH O
If you would bo mado well
again follow the example of
thousands of cured people utid
ntnit taking the Bitters to
day. You'll find It tho best
mcdlclno jou over took for
Poor Appetite, Headache,
Heartburn, Biliousness, Cost
ivcncsj, Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, Malaria, Fever and
planted. Wo planted somo onions,
miishmeloiis, watermelons, cabbage,
Irish potatoes, beets, Japanese cab
bage, red and whlto radish, and let
tuce. Wo hno been eating sonio ot
them. Last week Friday wns n holi
day, so wo didn't come to bchool, ami
Mis. Austin wns nt Witllukii. On
Saturday 1 and my garden boys camo
und watered the plants lu tho garden
nnd tho mushmclons woio nil thcic;
thero weio llvo of them, and thoy
weie nearly ready lo eat; they woro
inoro thnn hnlf-rlpe. Sunday morn
ing 1 fame to water. my g.udcu unit
I s.iw but two mushiiichins crt.
Somebody hnd Inken them, und somo
I'lilihage,. und some tomatoes, nml
Mime lilsh potatoes.
Wo hne worked very hard bo
c:uieo wo wanted n gaulcn, nnd now
wo hnvo rfcllnc one, with many kinds
or vegetables lu It. At Hrtt our
school ground jvns rough, up hill nnd
down-hill; i,i7w wo huo u lino
giound to play any kinds of games
wo wish and It Is all grassy. In tho
rront or our new school Iiouro wo
havo n flno flagpole. It linn cement
all mound it, nnd vUienvour lhg Is
up on tho polo, tho clnldicn of our
Wniheo sohool County nro 'going lo
salute tho Hag wncu wo nro In line
boforo wo conio In school. Wo hnvo
a carpenter ahup nt Wniheo school,
and wo nro learning carpenter work
In tho shop. Our teacher of tho car
penter shop Is Mr. Knlwu.
Wo wero playing hall In tho front
yard. Mrs. Austin did not llko ns
to piny ball in the front yard becauso "
sonio tlmo we might striker tho ball
mid break tho windows. So Bho told
us to go nnd piny ball In tho back
yard, and ono of tho boys broko ono
of tho window panes ot tho now'
school, building. Wo were nil yery
In rront or our school hoitso wo
hnvo planted somo flowers und a
pretty shrub nnd Insldo or our school
ground rence wo made u stono wall
pai t or the way. Wo have trees and
flowers planted nlong tho ditch mid
it looks very nice.
Youis very truly,
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