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Tells everything new that has happened in the line of
Photography during the past year.
It is a compendium of photo views, and has many val
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fessionals. This year's Almanac tells all about the new color proc
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PAYNE FINDS GREAT
INTEREST IN HAWAII
Delivered Hie Lecture on
Islands - eighty-Nine
Although there Is no meting of the
Promotion Committee this week Sec
retary Wood lifts prepared tho fol
lowing weekly report to show how the
good vork la getting along:
!)) ench mall letters come to hand
acknowledging the receipt of our newa
acrvlce nnd expressing a destro for Its
continuance. We now reach a fair
sized list of representative papers
which I hope may lio doubled within
llKMiext three or four weeks.
Word camo to hand by Inst mall
that tho members of the Northern
California Edltoilal Association wero
planning a trip to Hawaii for their
next annual outing. We havo sent a
generous supply of our folders to tho
Secretary of tho Association nnd will
follow tho matter up carefully.
Tho Hasklns series of letters on
Hawaii continue to attract attention.
A number of people who -hnvo read
these letters, have ben referred by
their homo papers to our Committee
for further Information about tho Is
lands. Mr. O. P. Austin, chief of the Du
real of Statistics of the Department ot
Commerce and Labor, writes under
data of Mny 22nd, In part ns follows:
"I have just received Mr. Jared O.
Rmltlt'n mnililtntlnn of mntnrlnl for
'tho proposed Hawaii monograph and
find It excellent, so rar as It relates to
agriculture and producing power and
prospects nnd as soon iib I havo time
io tako up and proparo the commercial
side of the subject I shall bo ready to
Issue tho monograph."
. A request comes to hand from n
New York Imnortlng house, with scv-
'ernl branches in ,l!rnzll, for a supply
of our folders to be sent to Brazil for
parties there who aro desirous of set
tling In Hawaii.
Tho following letter from Rev.
Charles A. Payne, tho lecturer, will bo
read with Interest.
"Your letter camo weeks ago and I
have been so hard pressed with work
thnt I havo allowed tho reply that
should havo been written at onco to
bo crowded nlong from day to day. I
hopo you will pardon the delay.
, I thank you for the copy of "Plctur
csquo Honolulu." I am very glad to
get everything pertaining to the Is
lands. I want to keep Intimately In
formed of events and progress.
i My lecture on Hawnll seems to grow
In popularity Instead of decrease, as
docs also my enthusiasm concerning
tho Islands. I havo now glvon this
Many Unique Number Are Splend
idly Rendered by the
When hard work is followed by
success one does mind the work, for
the result Is gained, and n more
successful entertainment has not
been given by the Wttltnen school
children than the one Inst Saturday
night, June 6th. You wcro asked to
come nt 8 o'clock, but long before tho
time the hall was filled by nn ex
pectant crowd, eager to take it nil
In. The hall was nicely decorated
with fern lets, cocoanut leaves nnd
lings, nnd when the first piece on
the program there were eighteen In
all began with n flag drill and a
semg, 'Tleneath the Klag," n hush
fell on the audience. It wns pretty
and so wore all the others that fol
lowed, for when you take Into con
sideration nil the different nationali
ties, the result' seems wonderful.
Tho No. 3 dialogue was amusing.
The Honey Dee song was pretty with
nit the little glrlVdressed like Japan
ese maidens. No. C was n song; the
melody wns pretty nnd melodious nnd
tho children sang it well. No. 8 on
tho program was n farce In two nets
nnd Mrs. 13. Mnlilum was the Instruc
tress, and It was splendidly done.
Our'dear American girl is tired of
tho same old thing, and sho wants to
go In search ot something new, bo
with her mother nnd nn aunt she
travels to tho Sultan of Sulu, who
wishes a wife. The scene is amus
ing, particularly when (he grapho
phone Is brought in nnd to sea how
little the Sultan and his attendants
enjoy the modern ways of amuse
ment. Tho make-up was cleverly
done. Hut the hit of the evening
wns "Ilomeo nnd Juliet," sung by
two little brothers. They wcro en-
clored, and sweet they looked, whllo 1 1
nicy muBi uuiuutvi jiiuij buiib men
little piece. (
The "II room Drill" was splendid,
and tho little commander surely felt
the Importance ot the situation, us
he stood on his high place.
In "Tho Minstrels" jou were tnken
to the Darkest of Africa, nnd it was
certainly One, for tho performers en
tered into the spirit of the piece with
nil their hearts arid soul, und the
Special Sale of
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EGG PLUMS, GREEN GAGE PLUMS, '
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HENRY MAY & CO.,
lecture sovou times In Milwaukee, bandmaster seemed to haVo led the
tho lost tlmo to an audience, of over i,nn,i i,i ur.' "n. viui
auuu Jiuupiu. 1 l?il jmnuii aiajf bi
last year. Up to May 1st this year. I
gave the lecturo elghty-nlno times and
to Indicate that this Is not tho end. let
mo say thnt I gave this lecture 'four
times last week, am giving It Ave
times this week and expect to givo It
I three times next week. Early next
month I begjn work In the Chautuu
quns nnd great summer assemblies
and am to lecturo on Hawaii In near
ly every Chautaunu)i to which I go.
I confess myself surprised at the
keen interest manifested In this lec
ture. I rarely gfve It that peoplo do
not crowd nrotind afterwards to thank
me, ask questions nnd many to ex
press n dcslro or purpose to go there.
I wish, there wero somo wny of telling
jliow many go. Tho lecturo nlwnys
awakens very keen enthusiasm. In
deed tho Interest remains so great
that I plan to mako It my leading lec
turo for next Fall. If possible, I must
visit you again. I want to for my own
plcasuro also. I fell in lovo with Ha
waii and tho Hawaiian people, natives
and Americans and I let everybody
know it. I havo also printed and cir
culated over 10,000 copies of tho cir
cular which I enclose.
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county declared most potent Influence
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The. Visit" wus
cute, and when the little caller lisp
ing)' said, "Well, dood-bye, I have so
many lulls to make," you could not
One ot the most Impressive pieces
on the program was the last one. a
Callsthenlc Drill with n Bong. It-was
beautiful. The little captain Intro
duced the children as the Wnlmcii
School Flag, each child representing
by the color of its suit n part ot the
red, white, and blue, nnd ench color
coming to the front nnd then nt last
taking their places with tho little
ones nearest the btnge. The idea was
taken from a drill In New York,
where 1,000 children represented tile
flag. Dut when these 3 children
Bang' tho last eong to the sweet mel
ody of "Mai Polna Oe la'u," you felt
you had enjoyed evory minute ot the
time. Tho money raised will go to
get now books for tho Wnlmea School
Library, nnd also for other Improve
ments for the school.
, Mrs. Helen Robinson; Mrs. F. a ay,
Mrs. Vnldemar Knudsen, Mrs. A. Is-
enberg, Mrs. A. Itoblnson, II. P. Kaye
and O. Wilcox had nil generously
supplied the money which made It
possible for Mrs. K. Omsted and her
teachers to give such an entertain
ment. It has all meant hard work,
but It was made easier by the gener
osity ot the givers. From Mrs. A,
Itoblnson came, as usual, tho lovely
greens for the decorations,
1 Doneath the Flag, ..School Song
2 Flag Drill. .. .Miss Peahu's room
3 Dialogue... Mrs. Yeo Kul's room
r4 Honey Dee Bong;Misg Aea's room
6 Dialogue, "Flower Girls" ....
Miss Peahu's room
6 Of All tho Lands
7 Ulacksmith and Carpenters'
Song Mrs. Yce Kul
8 "Something Now" (a farco In
Mrs. Omsted's room
9 Fine Old Country Song... School
10 Itomeo nnd Juliet
Miss Aea's room
11 Daker unit Peach Pie
M)ss AUlna's room
12 Broom Drill. Mrs. Wright's room
13 Minstrels Miss Aklna's room
14 Tho Visit Miss Peahu's room
IE Merry Hand
16 Tho Youthful
, . , ,, Miss Aea's room
17 Callsthenlc Drill and Song...
1, 2, 3, 4, G Oradcs, Mrs. Om
1 8 School Song , .
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painted by us.
iH?." i Stanley Stephenson,
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A very Interesting monthly sociable
ot n rather unusiml typo will ho given
next Monday night on tho Dllllnghaiu
lawn by tho local Y. M. C. A. Thero
will ho the usual sideshows In tents
'with music furnished by Ernest Kaal.
L'very Y. M. C. A. member In Hono
lulu Is expecte- to como with a lady,
no matter whether It Is his own lady
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thft wniolua brass band of thirty-two
j pieVcs will give n moonlight conceit
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