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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE (!, 100?.
Letters From Schools
WORK AT KANEOHC.
Knneohe, May 7, 19'iS.
Mr. V. n. KnrrlniUon, Udltnr of the
K v e n I n g II u 1 1 u 1 1 n , Hono
lulu, T. II.
Dear Sir This week 1 liave heen
appointed to write a Kliort description
about our garden to Iho II u I let I ii .
Our garden Is located In front of
our Bchool yard on tho leeward side,
It Is In the shape of a trapezoid. The
two parallel sides are IG and 35 feet
and the altitude Is 35 feet and con-
tains 1U74 nquare feet. It Is divided
Into C beds each 4 feet wide.
Wo planted onions, beans, cabbages,
tomatoes, radishes, sweet peppers and
beets. All tho plants arc growing
KOLOA'S BUSY CHILDREN.
Koloa, Kniial, May 7, 190S.
Mr. W. It. Fnrilngloii, Managing Edi
tor Evening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n , Ho
nolulu Dear Sir: I am writing you an
other letter telling ou somethings
we have been doing lately to our
grounds. Wo moved two very largo
rocks on a sledge which were around
one of the trees and put smaller ones
to make It look eon and made an
other garden bed there. We planted
some fresh trees In placo of thoau
which were destroyed by some per
sons on the night of April 11th.
More weeds were pulled up or hoed
tho grass was cut with the grass cut
ters and lawn mowers.
Somo fresh flower stands were
made. Wo whitewashed all the
t-chool closets and are starting on tho
Principal's carriage liouso and shed.
We have also Btartcd on making a
I will close my letter for this time.
Pupil 8th Orade, Koloa Public School.
QUIET AT KALAE.
Kalae, May 8. 1903.
Editor Evonlng Ilullotln, Ho
nolulu. Dear Sir. Wo water our garden
every morning before school. Tho
plants aro growing very nicely. Tho
radish seeds I put In last week aro
We had quiet work this week on
account of tho noise.
PROGRESS AT ALAE.
Alno .School, 3. Kona,
April 21, 1908
Mr. W. R. Karrington. Editor of tho
ftvonlng llullotln, Hono
lulu. T. II.
Dear Friend:! am very glad to
write jou this letter telling you about
our plants. Our plants aro growing
nicely. Every morning the boys went
In the vegetable garden and caught
many worms. Tho rain had conio
back again and our cabbage, corn,
tomatoes, carrots, beet, Lima bean,
Chinese cabbage, sugar cane nnd let
tuce are growing line. Wo do not
water our plant because the rain wa
ters them. The boys nnd girls arc
working very hard. One day Mr.
King went In our vegetable garden
and saw that our cabbage wero grow
ing well. Ho said to our teacher that
the other school has many pokos and
some the rnln camo swiftly down and
their vegetable gardens wero swept
away. Our garden Is not Ilko tho
other school. Many peoplo went In
They saw what a large
Vegctablo garden w had. The boys
are making a new May polo ror our
May day. I think this is all I can
tell you. Next tlmo shall tell you
moro about our school. Hoping you
aro glad to hear from the Alae boys.
There are the pictures of our plants,
Orade III, Alao School.
ANXIOUS FOR BOOKS.
Alae School, S. Kona,
April 21, 1908.
Mr. Fdrrlngton, Editor of tho Even
ing II u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I am very glad to wrlto
you a nice llttlo letter, telling you
about our plants. Our plantH nro
growing becauso tho rain, the soil and
sunshine mako them grow. The
plantB are growing bigger. The
round cabbages havo heads, and Lima
beans hate pods and tomatoes have
fruits and Chlneso cabbagea and su
gar cane, and corn, bananas, radish,
lettuce, carrots, onions and parsley
are growing well. Tho peoplo and
Mr. King camo Into our vegctablo
gardens and look at tho plants. When
Mr. King came ho went in tho school
room and then ho went In the egota
bio garden. I was there making tho
fence high so that cows cannot conio
In and eat our plants. Mr. King said,
"Your plants are growing well," I
said, "Yob," tho prize wo want to
win." Wo want to hove moro books
such as readers, arithmetics, geogra
phies, and singing books, becauso wo
are very poor children.
Your llttlo friend,
Qrado III, Alao Schuol.
Alao School, South Kona, II.,
April 20, 1908.
Dear Mr. Farrlngton:
I am writing you this letter to let
you know that the plants aro growing
well. The cabbages are getting big
ger and also with tho lettuce, beets,
radish, carrots, and the tomatoes.
They are growing very nicely. Wo
ate somo of the radlshos. The cab-
laK08 have hemla now. The Chlnete
cabbage, are netting blKBOr alto, some
of them liavo Mowers. Some of the
Lima beans ore KrowlnR well, and
tome are not growing well, because
the turn Is HhlnluK ery brightly Borne
time. Hut all the plants are growing
Wo nro working very hard In
our school yard. The people came
here nnd looked at our tcgi-lablo gar-
den and they ate rome of our plants
and they took some. I think this It,
all what I can tell you. Hoping you
will be glad to hear from me.
Aluo School. S. Kona. II.,
Apill 23, 199S.
W. H. rarrlngton. Editor of the
Evening II til le tin, Hono
lulu. T. II.
Dear l-'rlend: I nm willing to jon
this letter telling you nbout our gar
den Mr King came to our school
nnd he said that ou plnntH were very
good. We hope to win your prize
we are working hard to win jo.ir
, pi Izc. Heie are the drawings of all
the plants, cabbages, beets, tumatocs,
carrots, Lima beans, coin, lettuce,
Chinese cabbages, radish, onions,
pasley nro growing flue. All the
plants are very large now. We are
eating some. ,
Your little friend,
MOSES AH UNA,
Orade HI, Alae School.
Alae School, April 23, 190S.
Mr. Karrington, Editor of tho Even
ing 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n , Honolulu.
Dear Friend: I am writing to you
this letter telling J on about our gar
den. Mr. King came to our school
and lie said our plants were ery
good. Wo hope to win your prize.
Our plants aro growing bigger.
Somo cabbages are beginning to
mako heads. The carrots nro grow
ing well. There are tho pictures of
our plants. Head cabbage, carrot,
Lima bean, beet, corn, lettice, Chi
nose cabbage, tomatoes, radish and
I think tills Is all I wrlto to you
Your little friend.
Orade HI, Alae School
GETTINGI BOOKS AT HILO.
IHIo, Hawaii, May 4, 1908.
Editor of the Evonlng Dullo
Dear Sir: We havo been studying
about Kamchnmcha. Some of tho
boys drew Kamehnmcha's picture.
Wo nro trying to draw potatoes and
carrots. Somo boys drew cocoanut
trees, canoes and tho feather cloaks
of tho olden times.
We drew somo waWr lilies and
colored them. I am In- the Fifth
Crude. We aro trying to start a
library. Miss Coan left a good many
books for lit. nnd wo aro trying to
get nioro hooks.
We Baw tho Mnuna Koa when It
enmo In this morning. Wo aro study
ing about tho Northeastern Section
of the United States.
I brought a plecq of rubber to put
on the production map that we aro
making. We brought silk and many
other things to put on tho map.
Hllo Union School.
ONE DAY'S DOINGS.
Ulupalnkun, Maul, May 8, 1908.
Dear Sir: Last Friday when I was
going on mv wav 1 saw tnanv cattle.
, On Saturday morning I went down
Puunalo to milk the cow. After milk
ing I went home to Kanalo.
When I got homo I Baw Knlllanu
and Kuhnulua. Wo had our lunch.
After cntlng Kalllanu and I went to
string lets. After stringing lels wo
wont to tho church. When w0 got
there that morning wo saw many
peoplo. After supper tho peoplo went
Into tho church. That evening there
was a concert,
Aftur th concert wo weut nnd
drank coffee. When wo were- through
di Inking conco wo went home. Sun
day morning when our breakfast was
oer. wo put on cur best clothes,
Ily and by we went down to tho
church to take part In tho Sunday
School exercises. After exercises wo
had our lunch and went homo. On
Monday morning when our breakfast
was over 1 camo to school.
Wo aro building n workshop. That
shows wo have learned something
about carpentry. The shop Is fourteen
feet long, tun toot wide and eight foct
high, Thero will bo three wido slid
ing wlndowH. We want plenty light
and fresh air in our shop while wo
Our gardens aro In protty good or
der. Our School County Supervisors
havo passed a resolution last Tues
day tb sell somo of our vegetables
and tho monoy received from the sale
bo sot aside as a Xmas Fund. Tho
girls are busy with their flowers. I
think I will close my letter.
Yours vory truly,
April 10, 1908.
Editor Evonlng Dullo tin, Ho
Doar Sir I am going to toll you
about tho church yard. Mr. and Mrs.
Oay had planted pines in tho church
yard. Somo ,nro growing and somo
nro not growing. 1 think tho teacher
is trying to send Borne plants to try
on our ground from Honolulu. Wo
would llko vory much to have them
iC.Ui. 1st Qrado.
ON MEMORIAL DAY
Children Of Alae School
MANUAL WOHK RESULT
EXaiBlltD AND ON SALE
What Children Did large Crowd of
Friends and Relatives Band
Gives Concert The
Should theio be nny doubt of tho
patriotism In Hawaii's public schools
It ought to be dispelled by the fol
lowing letter fioni Thos. K. Nahiwn,
principal of thu Abo School. It
speaks for Itself:
Mr. W. It. Fnrrliigtcm. Editor Evo
nlng Bulletin, Honolulu,
Dear Sir: Yesterday, May 30th,
va practically the last day of tho
contest. It being one of America's
greatest days, "Decoration Day," wo
took the day to hold our exhibition
nnd closing-day exercises.
Preparation for the day began
earnestly in January, When May
30th came, every cxcrclso was per
fect. Tho program was quite u
lengthy one, beginning nt 9 o'clock,
nnd It lasted to 3 o'clock. It being
Saturday, mnny teachers and people
from North nnd South Kona were
present to witness the exercises. All
the children's "kukus" were there,
The Honaunnu band (15 pieces),
under'tho able leadership of Lot K.
Kauwe, was present to honor us.
This is a crack band and is at pres
ent self-supporting. It now has a
petition before the Hoard of Super
visors for n monthly support of J 50
Tho band opened the day with a few
selections and was followed by n wel
come address In English and Hawaii
an by the principal. Then followed
the patriotic exercises. The Flag
was hoisted while the children sang,
and tho band played "The Stur-
Spnngled Ilannor." The patriotic ex-
crclscs consisted of patriotic songs
and quotations and marching to their
seats singing "Yankee Doodle."
Tho exercises were held under the
trees on tho front lawn. Tho exer
cises continued to 1 o'clock bofore the
songs, recitations, dialogues, calis
thenics, nnd exhibition of plants
were ovor. Tho band rendered a
number of selections throughout the
program and was often encored.
Somo of the pleasing features of
tho day were the dramatizing of tho
pounding of pol while the children
sang the pol song, with motions of
pounding, mixing, and eating pol.
The wnnd-drlll by forty children
was very much appreciated. Tho
band played waltzes while tho chil
dren went through the motions,
keeping tlmo with the music.
"How Maul Got Flro" was acted.
In the story, Maul got flro by rub
bing two hau sticks. In this case
tho boy (John Kalknka) used two
hau sticks and, after rubbing for
somo time, slipped n match down and
by continuing to scratch, he ignited
the match and lighted tho pile of
dry leaves, exclaiming "Fire for my
mother and Are for my people."
"The Qlft of the Trees" was also
enjoyed. It consisted of twelve girls
each representing a tree, bearing Its
gifts. Along comes Sir Spring (a
boy) with a basket and asks each
tree what are their gifts to him.
Each tells him what their gifts aro
nnd gives him their gifts. He was
loaded before ho was through with
them. Ho thanked them all nnd
said he would, protect them all tho
year nnd "Let each day be arbor
day." (Much applause.)
Tho songs and recitations were all
well rendered, The children wero
not bashful and they spoke bravely.
"May Time" wus also enjoyed.
May Queen Abigail Kalaull camo
tripping on tho lawn while one group
sang "Who's Thli Tripping?" Sec
ond group sings " TIs tho Lovoly
Queen of May," Sho sings to them,
tolling them whero to find her treas
ures. They run to tho gaulens and
gathered flowers nnd brought them
to her, telling the nnmo of the kind
of flower ench had found. All tho
flowers were woven' Into a wreath
and the Queen was decorated. They
danced and sang around her, nnd all
promised thoy would bo like tho
"The May Pole Dance" was very
much enjoyed and It was well danc
ed. Children kept step to tho band
uud singing by the Alae School Rand.
The dancers went through tho sevon
figures without n mistake, Tho
pieces played by tho band were
"Happy Heine," "Good-IIyo, My Lady
Love," nnd Medley, "Kiss Me, My
Darling' In the last. figure tlo
braiding of tho polo was perfect,
Tho next was very Interesting and
lively. This was the sale of vege
tables and sowing things. Every-
body wanted our cnbbases. They1
sohl for IB rents straight, the larger
ones. The mnnllcr ones went for 10
cents cacli. It did not take mote
than half fin hour tilt the tnblo was
eleare'd of most of tho produce. Sale
of vegetables $fi.3ii, sale (if sewing
things 4.30; total, $10.65, 'Prod
uce on exhibition: Lettuce, beds,
enrrots, radishes, tomatoes, nnd
r'nund-hcail cabbage; round-head cab
bage, prlzc-wlnncrs; lnrgest weighed
12 pounds. Two weeks moro would
have rnlscd them to champion heads
-of 17 to 18 pounds.
A luiiu followed and everybody
ntp. The pig wns fnt.
A baud concert followed. Distrib
uting pieucnts to caili pupil. A sou
venir containing my photo, name of
school, teachers, and pupils, and n
poem, " 'TIs the Closo of School,"
"With best wishes fiom your teach
er mid friend,"
"Hawaii Ponol," played by tho
baud nnd sung by children nnd visit
ors nnd "The Salute to tho Flag"
ended the day's exert Isest.
Parents nnd visitors weie pleased
with the appearance of yard, plants,
children's cxerrlses, work, nnd exhib
its. Tho school-rooms wero prettily
decorated. The jnrd was tidy nnd
neat. The children nppenied In good
clothes. The agricultural work n
We know Just whnt to do next
year. The amount icallzed from
sale of products will buy n hand
Bewlng machine and some renders
ami arithmetics for pupils.
Dear Editor. I liao filed my week
ly report and delivered It to Dr.
Goodhue for him to lead nnd then to
forward to you. We havo fulfilled
Dr. Goodhue called on us the oth
er day to dispense medicine nnd to
vaccinate soma children. Ho saw
our garden, was pleased, and bought
50 cents worth of vegetables.
Aloha from nil pupils.
Sincerely, your friend,
THOMAS K. NAHIWA,
Prin. Alao School, S. K.. H.
Alao School Exhibition Day, .Ma
8:30-9:15 Hand concert by Ilonau-
n ait Hand. Leader, Lot K. Kauwe.
1. 9:15-9:30-Patrlotlc exercises.
(a) Right Hand Saluate, while flag
Is being holster.
Quotation Flag Salutation.
(b) Song Star Spangled Danncr
(c) Quotations Inscription on Lib
erty, Charles' Sumner's.
(d) Song America.
(g) Quotation Sir Walter Scott's
"llreathes theio a man."
Flag salute I plcdgo allegiance.
(f) Songj-Our Country's Flag.
(g) March to seats singing "Yon
(h) Lord's prayer.
1. 9:30 Welcome. English nnd Ha
waiian .... Prlnc T. K. Nahiwn
3. Songs ."Lovely May." "Merry
Spring Hub Conio Again.". School
(a) A Runch of Golden Keys ...
(b) Darefoot Ray... Edward" Aklna
3. Song April Showers
Room II Ad. Children
(a) nig Mango Nonh Papa
(l) A Tiny Hoy... Moses Kualmoku
7. Motion Songs
(a) Hands uro Clasping High.
(b) I will Fold My Right Hand...
Room I. Tho Llttlo Folks
8. Tho Gift of tho Trees. Dialogue
Trees, Girls of Room II,
Sir Spring, Sam Panukii.
9. Song Makalapua ..Alao Gleu Club
About the Flag Children of
Room I, Receiving and Grade 1
11. Song Hurnrh for tho Schools of
Children of Room II, Or. II. Ill, V
(a) Gems Jim KcnlalM
(b) Deautlful Hands
, . . . Kahlnawe Wnlnwo
13. Song "May Days," All tho Birds
H.ua Conio Again .Receiving Room
14. Hand Kiss Mo My Darling.
Good n.vo My Lady LoVe.
IB. Dialogue Tools.. Roys of Room II
16. Songs (u) Sir Spring Tlmo
(b) Tho Hemlock Tree
Room 11, Grade II, III mid V
(a) A Propor World
i Mury Kaopulkl
tb) Only Ono Mother. Moses Ahuua
IS. Songs "About tho Dear 1- lag"
Dy tho llttlo Children
19. Dialogue A Patriotic School
Teacher, Abigail Kalaull.
Pupils, children of Room II,
20. Dialogue nnd Motion Song, The
Pot Mun. Poi pounding by John
Kalkaka and James Kalua. Sing
ing Pol Song, by all pupils.
Part I, children of Room II.
Part II, children of Room I.
(a) I Lovo the Country
(b) When You Drlvo a Nail",...
(c) The Crow With Eyes Aslant.
22. Song This Is East and This Is
West Room I
23. Concert Recitation Tho Monkey
and the Crab Room I
(a) Ills Cholco Tapa Pakual
(b) Honor to Our Heroes
' ,,, Julia Knluuc,
25. Trio Violet Hunting ....Abigail
Kalaull, A Klkeoua, Julia Kalawo
(a) Imperial Modloy.
(b) Roglna Coelu.
27. Motion Song Cocoa Palm ....
, Rooms I and II
28. Dialogue Maul and tho Alno Illrda
Maul, John Kalkaka.
Maul's brother, Edward Aklna.
Alae Rlrds, children of Room II.
King Bird lluapal, Sam Panoku.
29. Songs (a) I'm a Llttlo Busy Bee.
(Ii) Tho Shoo Maker .... Room I
30. DlnloRuo Mny Tlmo
Quctn of May, Abljnll Kalaull.
Muy Day chlldt'Mi, iiliplls of Rni. II
31. Calisthenics Wnml Drill by Forty
Children nnd 'band.
Music, Wnlt7cs.... Honaunnu R.ml
32. Recitations nnd txlillillliw vob
Parsley HuhIo Harbor
Lettuce lulln Knlnwe
Toninti .7 Elba Altii
Rnrtlfh Milgall Kalaull
Chinese Cahhagu,.,. Esther Ahutia
Carrots' Hnrnli Klkeoua
Reuts Lucy Wulaw e
Round Head Cnbb.ign
33, Songs (u) A Song of Mm hit:
(b) Oh, 'TIh "Mm ltoom II
34. Mnreh to May Polo.
May Polo Dance.
Fig. l! Tilpplng ut omul polo uud
picking up rlbboiiH. Music: Now
tho Meriy Spring. .
Fig. II Courtesy to center nnd '
Fig. III. Illplty Hop iiround polo
nnd loveise. Mutle: "lliinnvi
Heine," by band.
Fig. IV. Pointing too right nnd lort
hop, 1, 2, 3, and iuersi'. Muxlr;
All tho Illrdu Iliivo Conio Again,
by Alao School Band.
Fig. V. Heel mill toe, 1, 2, .1, nnd
unc-rec. Music: "Good Bjo M
Lady Love " by band.
Fig VI. Two Ktup uud Invoice.
Music. Medley, "KIsh Mo My Darl
ing." by band.
l'lg. VII. Grand march nnd re
verse, braiding and unbrnldlng
Music Medley of Songs by Alao
Ribbons Rod, whllo nnd blue.
Dancers Twelve, bIx lms ulid nix
Halo of Pioducts, fin.CO.
All school woik on exhibition nil
day on tables.
Distributing piesuntH to children.
Song Hawaii Ponol, by nil, with
Salulo 16 tho Flag.
Mlsa Lillian S.irgeut uiiUeil from j
New York in the Korea to be tho
guest of tho Princess Kuwiinnuakoa.
Tho terrible news of Prlnco David's
death hns put ;m end to the festivi
ties planned in her honor by her
hostess. Miss S.irgeut has nut been
well and u southern trip was thought
advisable for her health.
Miss niln Wight was tho ciariuiiig
hostess of u lathing party nnd supper
Inst oenlng nt Wnlklkl, whero shu Is
staying with her mother nnd grand
mother for a fow weeks. Tho young
peoplo had u glorloiM time, tho b.irit
dance being ono of tho fentiiics of the
cculng. Miss Wight Is glWng n loili-s
of bathing parties.
Tho ladles or St. Clement's tlulhl
aro to hino a delicacy sale on the 27th
at n convenient placo down town,
probably on Fort street. Thin will lo
a good thing to pationlze, and on Sat
urday It Is always convenient to tiiKo
EQiiiethlng unusually nlcu homo for
tho Sunday cold luncheon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Cockburn en
tertained on Tuesday nt dinner In hon
or of Mrir. Ilorton, Miss Horton nnd
Mr. Ilorton. Mrs. mid Miss Horton
are soon sailing for tho ('oast nfter a
very pleasant winter heio. They hao
undo many friends and entered Into
thu social life of thu place.
Miss Ireno Fisher's tea on Friday
afternoon wus n delightful affair,
ubout twolvo of hor young friends bo
lug prci;cut, Including MUscs Grace
Webster, A. lledemaun, Carmen
Crowe, H. Castle, Violet Damon, Per
rlne, Tolle, Mis. Rlchuul Cooko.
Mrs. Chnilcs Cooper's picnic lunch
eon on Tnntaliis Sunday was delight
fully Informal and Jolly. Soornl of
tl(o guests wnlked up Tantalus, among
others being Mrs. Swunzy, Mrs. Vocko,
Mr. "Jack" Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil and Dr. nnd
Mrs. O'Dny sailed In tho Alameda.
"Tho Man of tho Hour" Is progres
sing well under able management.
Miss Nnnniu Winston Is turning
China at lucbcut.
Mrs. V. K. Taylor Is at tho Queen's
Clubman Edward Rarron stumbles
Into wrong room nt Fairmont, falls
asleop, and Is unceremoniously eject
ed. Foreign laborers rush toward
home, exodus largely exceeding pre
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"The dreaded bubonic plagus has renFperred,"
avs the Cltiisna' Health Ccmmlitce, "mil
rily a dltcaso of the rat" HilLoIf the
Electric Pa3te. It Is sure death to tits, nml
boUl national and local 1 ealthiofucctj.
buys hundreds ol pounds at a Unas.
SXszti sssdsi SRaiEiesfa Psm&hi
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"Cf STv IK 's '& ky
Is sold by ell dnjggitj and
general u crea or sirt direct
prepaid on receipt of price.
Even il you havo no lata I
now, gut a bos cl Stearns' (
Pa&ta at onco for tlmo of
need and ua; it when tjio
first rat appears. It is rjua'
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Luring the month o March last, a merchant of Honolulu died. The
family eskefed a burial service exactly similar U that Riven to the
members of the Harrison Mutual Association, and the cost to them was
In Hay, niiotliervIIonolulu citizen died who had been a member of
the Harrison Association for more thin three years. He received the simc
service nnd goods as the fiist man, bit the cost to him was only .$10,50:
A word to the wise is sufficient.
The Special Dispensation centimes through tho month of June
'he Belle o.
Never rode in x more com
fortable car than the one S,
offer for public use ai lowest
prices. Care in Bnanagernent
and discretion in the selection .
of roads make this the. favor
ite of all public conveyance.
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