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A " M ,..-- . , EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1908
GREATEST ASSEMBLY OF CATHOLICS EVER HELD
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SNAPSHOT OF CHURCH DIGNITARIES IN SOLEMN PROCESSION AEOUT TO ENTER ST. PATRICK'S TO CELEBRATE PONTIFICAL HIGH MASS AS THE CHIEF EVENT OF CENTENARY WEEK, IN NEW YORK CITY., THE CENTRAL
GROUP SHOWS THE PRIMATE OF IRELAND IN FULL CANONICALS, A S0.000. SET OF VESTMENIS ORDERED TWO YEARS AGO BY ARCHBISHOP FARLEY IN ROME AND MADE BY THE WHITE SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS. THE TRAIN
IS BORNE BY ACOLYTES IN WHITE SURPLICES. IT IS ESTIMATED THAT SIX THOUSAND PERSONS WERE ADMITTED INTO THE CATHEDRAL, WHILE AN EQUAL NUMBER WERE UNABLE TO OBTAIN ENTRANCE.
POPE AND PRESIDENT JOINED IN MESSAGES OF CONGRATULATION TO THE ROMAN CATHOLICS WHO. IN THE MOST SPLENDID ECCLESIASTICAL SPECTACLE EVER SEEN IN NEW YORK CITY, TiEACHED THE CLIMAX OF THE
CELEBRATION Or THE CENTENARY OF THE GREAT DIOCESE OF NEW YORK. TWO PRINCES OF THE CHURCH. TEN ARCHBISHOPS. FORTY BISHOPS. HUNDREDS OF PRELATES, IN FACT. NEARLY THE ENTIRE AMERICAN HIERAR
CHY, TOOK PART IN THE HIGH PONTIFICAL MASS IN ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL IN THE PRESENCE OF SEVEN THOUSAND PERSONS. ALTHOUGH IT WAS ENTIRELY A CHURCH CELEBRATION, THE OCCASION WAS ANIMATED
THROUGHOUT WITH A NATIONAL SPIRIT WHICH FOUND ITS EXALTATION IN THE SERMON OF CARDINAL GIBBONS, AND WAS LATER MANIFESTED IN A GLOWING EULOGY OF PRESIDENT .ROOSEVELT. IT WAS INTERNATION.
AL. TOO, FOR THE CELEBRANT WAS THE PRIMATE OF ALL IRELAND, AND WITHIN THE CHANCEL WERE DIGNITARIES I FROM CANADA. THE SOUTHERN REPUBLICS, AND FROM THE INLANDS OF THE SEAS. IDEAL WEATHER PRE
VAILED THROUGHOUT THE DAY, AS IF NATURE SMILED UPON THE FESTIVITIES, ALTHOUGH AT DAWN THERE WAS A SCUD OF DARK CLOUDS. THE APPROACHES TO THE CATHEDRAL WERE THRONOED BY NINE O'CLOCK. AND
THE POLICE EVEN AT THAT EARLY HOUR WERE OBLIGED TO FORM LINES. ON THE PAVEMENTS MEN AND WOMEN WAITED FOR THE OPENING OF THE OREAT DOORS OF THE STATELY CATHEDRAL, AND WHEN THE VERGER
ANNOUNCED THAT ALL WAS READY THE PEWS WERE RAPIDLY FILLED. FIVE THOUSAND TICKETS HAD BEEN ISSUED, AND IT SEEMED AS IF ALL THESE WERE PRESENTED AT ONCE. FOR THE USHERS HAD MORE THAN THEY
COULD DO TO ATTEND TO THE EAGER THRONG WHICH PRESSED ACROSS THE THRESHOLD. EVERY INCH OF AVAILABLE SPACE SEEMED TO HAVE BEEN FILLED WITH EXTRA BENCHES AND CHAIRS AND PLATFORMS. AND AFT.
EH. IIIEEROCESSION HAD PASSED.IJITq'THElEDIFICE.AND.THOSE-WITHOUT-TICKKTS WERE FERMITTED.ITOFJENTER'-.THERE WAS NO.PLACE NOTi ABSOLUTELY NEEDED, FOR" PASSAGEWAYS WHICH'WAS NOT OCCUPIED. ABOUT
THE ALTARS AT THE SIDE. OH S0gFFOLDIN0s'N.lJl1)PXA'i:rORMS'WHlCH-WERi;S0'CLOS TO THETIOTURES.THAT THE HUNDREDS OBsHEADS'.SEEMEDlTO.-BElJBESSED'INTO THE .FOREGROUNDS, OF THE" FAINIINGSt THEMSELVES
WERE THE SPECTATORS'OF THE CEREMONIALS OF11 THE 'HkY TEN' THOUSANr2ERSONSTWERE"OT THE STREETS, ON THE2CHANCE THATHEY-MIOHTi BBfPEBMITTED TOiENTEHriAND MOST OF THESE GOT,. NO. NEARER THAN
THE OUTER STEPS... THEY CONTENTED THEMSELVES WITH GLIMPSES OF'THE'PAOEANr.'AND'THOUSANDSlWEBE WArnNOlODTSIDE FOHJHE'RECESSIOHALr.j ' I r. . ," , , , ",.,
AMONG THOSE) WHO.PAUSED.TOR'A FEW JMOMENTS'OH'THEt'OUTSIDE 0F7PHE THRONG WAS.SAMUEL V. CLEMENS t(MARK TWAINh.CLAD IN A SUIT OF THE LIGHTEST ORAY. HE SHOOK HANDS WITH SEVERAL PERSONS WHO
GREETED HIM AND DISAPPEARED INTO THE PRESS 'ABOUT'HlM." HERE AND THERE IN' THE OREAT CONGREGATION COULD BE SEEN PROMINENT. PROTESTANT CLERGYMEN.r WHO, ALTHOUGH NOT OFFICIALLY INVITED, HAD RE
CEIVED CARDS OF ADMISSION EITHER TROM CATHOLIC LAYMEN OR FROM CATHOLIC PRIESTS, FOR THIS WAS AN OCCASION WHICH, MORE THAN ANY OTHER OF ITS KIND, HAS EMPHASIZED THE BREAKING DOWN OF 'THE BAR
JIIERS OF RELIGIOUS PREJUDICE.
Letters From Schools
Iailtpahochoo, T. II.,
April 21, 1-uS.
Mr. V. H. Kiirilngtou, Editor of (lio
IJ v u I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Ho
nolulu. I)u.u Sir: It Is u very Ioiib time
and wo li,tu not icon miy of our lot-1
tern In Hio Hu lot lu and vn .no,
very anxious' to rcu bomo of our let
ters appear In )our nleo newspaper.
Wo nro veiy Blud to lead other
ichoola' letters and to know nli.it
they nro doing,
I wish to tell jou more about oil'
guidons ;it tlio Laiipnlinchon School.
Wo, tlio uipuliochoo school chil
dren, mo very lmrd workcia and ly
hard wink we liao managed to pos
bojs u wry l.iri;u sardcu. I think wo
havo (lio levelled bea-aldo garden ia
the dibit lit of North llllo. All our
gat dons aio well-Kept. Tlio plants
nro Improving oicry day. ,
Tlio weather (IcmJiik the pint two
weeks wiis cry wet. It had veiy
heavy rains and It i.ilned aluiobtovuiy
day for fifteen iU; i. 1 with to ta
that from tlio 1st liiht up to this daj
tlio weather has boon Just what wo
desired. In the morning or lato In the
afternoon oi at night there was a gonl
Hleudy hluiwor mill It a. Juat luelj
leather for plantlus and ti.uiHpl.int
. Ciit-votnia haM" liarn"l our ese
tables n gloat deal Many of lliciu
Iuho been defitrojid by ua djlly Hut
) theio liro not tlm onlj pe.ts that tiou
hlo us most If our ikIbIiIiois Kcop
their chickens nfi' our Kariliu wo
would ho oiy happy because they
hne hnralchcd many of our plants
which weio Kio'vliiR ry fine. Many
of us limp transplanted Iho epeln
ibles and Ihey aio now biowIiib llnu.
wo u.no muno a mini buiu bo us
) to keep tlio animals out of our Bin
. Huii) arn nnmu of the thlii'is vo
lcnin at school: ABrlcultuio, Nature
Stud, Arithmetic, (leosraphy, I'IijhI
oloRy, Music, QpellliiB. Dictation,
IleadlnB. nBKlestou'a, Aiuuilcin His
tory, Ornnimnr, I'erspcstlM', DmwIiib,
Map DrawliiB. Stoiles, Letter Writ-
liiB, Cm rent Kcnts, Military Drill
nml Manual Work.
Wo do our ciy best In school as
well as on our faun. Wo take pi hlo
In BardeulnK. The filils hno pietty
Dear IMItor, jou nro cordially In-
lled to como ami llt our school
tarm any day. You can lako tho
Manna Ken, land hero and lslt our
farms for a while ami still bu alilo to
return to tho steamer acuta. Como,
If you can.
Hoping you will kindly put this let
ter of niliio In print In one of tlio alu
uhlo columns of jour paper. I inn,
Very respectfully ourB,
, pupil of Iho Luupahochoo KchocTK
I.aupahoehoo, T. II. Apill 23, 1003.
Mr. W K. rarrliiBlon. IMItor or tho
t I:voii1iib II ii Ho tin, Hono
lulu Dear Slr: I would lll.o to let jou
kiou' that foi a very long tlmo wo
have not seen any of our letter ap
pear in jour flno newspaper.
Wo halo always written to jou
Won't jou print thlu one of mine'.'
Wo ould bo eiy iiiurh pleased tc
llud sumo of Hum printed. I llho to
lead letter fiom other schools. 1
think thejiro just faplcndld. I read
some of tliem this inoinliiB hofoto I
catuo to school. Wrltlns lettois to
j'ott every week has Blvtn us very
ftood praetln) and wo tiro learnlns
moio and moio good HiibIIsIi.
I have berotno ono of tho subbctlh
ers of jour nleo paper slnto our bchool
enteted tho content.
I will let jou know that our farms
aio KoltltlB bettei and better every
Wo had fifteen lalny duys during
tho lust two weeks.
Our Brdeni nro all well kept.
The plants havo Brown larKer slnro
our Hatter vacation
I wish It would not rain today be
eaiibu 1 had lo v. red mj f.uni. It Is
ninth caslnr to weed In diy weather
lliuu III wet weather.
Homo of. our mustuiilH cannot Brow
well on account of tho cut-worms eat
ing them. Lettuce and Bomo other
vi'Botahles Brow well becjiibo tho
worms do not attack thorn.
Homo of tlio boys ercctod u farm
gate to piovout tho iiuimnlu from com
1 shall hi lug my letter to a iIofo
now, and beg you to print It In the
Yours voiy slncorelj1.
A Luna, l'lftli Uiado.
Kohnla, Hawaii, April 21, VJ08.
To tho Hdltor of tho H v o n I u s II u 1
1 o 1 1 n, Honolulu, Oahu.
Dear Sir: I am lettliiB you know
tthout our Burden. Wo litivo a pretty
garden. Last week Tuesday Mr.
Theodoro lllchnids visited our school.
Wo sans him two soiibs. Tho first
ronB wo sang was Mlklol. When wo
had finished ho clapped his hands
The nuxt song wo sang'ho clapped hfs
hnnds again. Ho said It was veiy
good. Ho told us about when he was
tho principal of Kamehanieha.
When ho had finished he went to
hear tho llttlo chlldien sing. Tlio
little children sung him a bong. When
tho Utile had llnlehcd ho sang a snug
When lio had finished slnglns to
Hi" llttlo children ho went to tliu
other room and tho children sans him
songs (hero too.
On Monluy wo rehearsed our speech
es and our teacher said It was heller
than tho other dujs.
Thc-bo dnjs wo have rain I think
that's all I can tell juu for I havo a
short time to write.
Walmca, Kuii.il, April 21, 1008.
To tho Hdltor of tho II v e n I n g U u .
loll n, Honolulu, Oahu
Dear Sir: As we lme to leport
to jou every week, I'll (ill you what
wo havo done. During Kaster vaca
tion wo had to como to school and
water our Burden. Our Irish potatoes
aio grow InB very flno Tho rndh.hcs
wo planted wcro growing very nlcoly
at first, hut now they mi all dry, Tho
tnmnlncs, sipiash, cmlho mustard,
whlto carrots und ted carrots nro
griming very nleo nt present Noarly
all tho children havo flnu gardens.
Our principal, Mrs. Outbid, bus sent
'for a llttlo pic-sent and t-lie offers It
j'o 1ho ono who has Ihe In it girdeli.
I Wo huvo Jiitt recclieil lots of desks,
hut they nro not nil fixed nml wo like
them. Yesterday tho Hnnnpepo school
teachers came olid visited our school.
They went nil around and looked at
our garden. Wo -'t ro very Blad to
sco our letters prlr.U-d; In jour papjr
Now I think I will coso'my letter
because this Is all I can tell you this
week. HophiB to seo our letters print
ed In jour nleo paper. I remain,
Walmcn, Kauai, April 21, 1904.
To tho IMItor or tho H V o u I Ilk II u I
lot I n, Honolulu, Oahu. .
Dear Sir' I am u new llttlo hoy
who enmo from Hnnnpepo and I wnnl
to tell jou that I llko Wulmcn much
because wo havo Just Rot now Iron
deikB and then tho children hnvcBnr-
dens hero and wo h.io n Chlnnmau
that comes ciery 12 o'clock recess and
sells cakes and bread, ho sells lunch
for 2',t cents so wo get 2 lunches for
f, cents, hn has u Utile table In tho
comer of tlio jard under a his klnwo
trco and Iho children don't go out of
DIGNITARIES IN VESTMENTS
M ' III" Fl ' l. Wi.Se iW-JIWBW V J
cisfcClKM: ttiLA. Ltwiw xice.
tho yard nt all now.
i 4th Clrade.
Kiincolio School, April 25, 1908.
Mr. W It. ranlneton, Kdltor Hvon
I n B II u 1 1 o 1 1 n, Honolulu, T. II
Dear Sir I want to tell jou ubout
our vrgctnblo garden. Tho beans
wore pulled tip last week. Tho rad
ishes mo ready for tho tablo. The
IkcIs me Browing very well. Tho
rabbages nro very largo now. They
will soon begin to head. Tito toma
toes and sweet peppers nro beginning
to bloom this week. Tho onions nro
not growing very well, hecatisc tho
soil Is poor.
I will tell jou about our flower gar
den, ton. Some flowers nro blooming
Soma nro JUst ttnrtlng to grow
The boys nro mixing whitewash for
tho work shop
Hveiy morning nnd after school tho
bojs waler tho cnhhagis, onions,
beets, radishes and tomatoes.
Kvcry day at 2 o'clock the Kills
sweep and some times tho bojs would
sweep tho schoolrooms.
Tho mangoes nro starting to ripen
On April 21, wo made a drawing of
tho American I'acillc Cable. On April
22, wo tn.ulo u drawing of tho Hrltlsh
1 think I have nothing to tell jou
more and bo'l will close my letter
I nm. Yours truly,
IIU HAYAHHIDA. i
1'. S. Wo aro sending jou drawings
of the development of tho best plant
for week ending Apill 18, 1908.
lllhi, Muy 1, 1908.
LTditor HvonihB II u lie tin.
Dear Sir Our school is on School
Street It Is u two story building.
Tho fourth. Ilfth Mid sixth grades aro
upstairs Wo havo a nice jnrd to
play In nnd from tho windows ,ui
btulrs wo inn sou part of Cocoanut
Island, the cimrch clock, und tho har
bor There Is a bhlp coming In now
The snihller children havo a school
In the lot hack of us.
The High School Is on tho other
street and they linvo Just Rot through
making a tiunls court.
Wo stmiy Lauguagu, Spelling, Head
ing. fltoBrnphj nnd I'liytdologj. 1
llko Spelling, Arithmetic and (leogr.v
Tho children linvo been studjlng
languago nud now they nro studj-lng
On Arbor Daj wo planted a cala
bath tree which wo thought for a
while was djlng but It Is growing
nlcily now. Wo have two nlco'ktiktil
tnis growing, one In tho girls' play
ground and one where tho old primary
school utod to be. Tho bojs havo a
veselaldo garden there now.
Thoie tire many llnu palm trees In
the next lot
On tho prlmarj plnj ground thero
beautiful und the largest knmanl tree
I.lliue School, Knunl,
April 21, tons
Mr. W It, j'nrrlngton, Ki , IMItor
H von lug Iltillotln, llono
lulu, Oahu, T. II.
Dear Sir: I havo read all Iho let
ters In jour pnpnr which lomo dill
dron of other tchoohi had written to
jou, 'tnd describing nlmiit, their
1 was very glad lo seo It, and so
1 lujself was willing to wilto to jou,
to publish It In jour paper If there
Is n Bpace. lor our school, wo havo
six rooms xnd wo havo a hlg jard
which wo can piny If wo wish to
Wo children had planted i.omo
plants In our school J aid; It'u only
trees nnd flowers, and thcro'a no veg
etables On either sides of our school
thero nro flowers und palm trees
They nro blooming now, und so It
looks very beautiful.
llllo. Hawaii. May 1, 1938
IMItor i: ven I tig Hullo tin.
Dear Sir: III tilts letter I think I
will doseilbo our bchool,, Our bchool
hoii'e is two stories high. It Is near
It contalna elx rooms. Wo have
two largo kukul trees growing In Mir
Tho primary 1ms another building
which is nt tho back of our school
Troni our school house wo can bco
Cocoanut lidjnd nud oven ceo shlpi
coming Into iho harbor.
Our schoil jnrd Is always kept
clean by the hoys S)tno of tho chil
dren planted some seeds at cchool
and they nro grafting very flnoiy. Wo
luucn great many trcca growing in
Wo havo banana trees, n calabash
tree, nnd a largo mangu tree.
Today Is May day nnd somo of tho
chlldien aie going to tho park for a
wall:. 1 think they nro going to havo
Sixth a rude, llllo Union School.
Th Vtoekly ESItlon o' the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summery of
me ncwi ot the cey.