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The Maui news. [volume] (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, August 23, 1918, Image 6

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The manual trades and farming are essential. Skilled workman
ship commands high wages and the good workman is always in demand.
This school exists to give that hoy of yours an education that will fit
h;me for making a good living. Here he will learn to do useful things
in an orderly skilful way.
The hoy with a practical education in Carpentry, Machine Shoj
Practice, Electricity, Forging, Farming or Stock-breeding GOES
AHEAD while the boy without the technical schooling stays in one
place. It takes one boy months to get into a well paying position.
Another takes years. The practical beginnings of such an education
beginnings so far along as to fit the boy to plurge immediately into his
tiade, if he so desires is offered to boys of Hawaiian blood especially,
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The herds of dairy cows, the breeding stock, the Berkshire
hogs at Kamehameha are prize winners. The dairy equipment is
most up-to-date; dairying is run as a business, and the boys be
come familiar with how to judge stock, test milk, and run a dairy
for profit.
The backbone of Hawaii's industry is agriculture. Do not
you want your son to win back ownership of HawaiiV land?
Hawaiians should be PREPARED to take up land when it is
Aell Paying Trades
Fanning and Live
Stock Breeding
The Hawaiians have a particular talent for raising good
stock. Stock raising and dairying combined with farming is
profitable. It is a healthy, clean, respectable business. The boy
who learns farming at Kamehameha can go out, either for him
self or he may advance to become fort-man or luna of a ranch or
Mjchinist, electrician, ajpentcr. jronworker, which would your boy rather lie? Men in those trades get high wages. Your
boy may be better fittcndfor one than another. Let him tryjiis hand at each one before he makes his decision. After he has tried
each trade at Kamehameha, fortfie rest of his time there he specializes in the one that he likes best.
. For teadiing in theTerritory. Equipment and instruction is as good as any
offered in expulsive Mainland technical schools. The work given is absolutely praetical.Graduates from Kamehameha can go into
their trades and make rapid advancement.
The schools develop mechanical ability and inventive genius and give to the boys a liking for clean, constructive, well paid work.
Athletic & Moral Training
Military training, so necessary now, is an important part of
the school life at Kamehameha. There are three drills a week
I under the instruction of a regular army olticer. Rigid military
. discipline governs the students all the time. The value of this
)kind of training in character development is very great. Boys
,r1io have learned to obey orders with military promptness are
L J the ones who will later give orders and be obeyed.
I There are two military encampments, one on Oahu for mil-
li itary tactics, the second on one of the other islands, for military
training, sightseeing and for recreation. During a four year
course every boy has a chance to see the sights of and become
acquainted with all the Islands.
The athletic program of Kamehameha keeps the boys in
splendid physical trim and health. On the large athletic field
every boy has a chance for daily training and baseball, foot
ball, basket ball, and track teams are developed in their regular
seasons. Clean manly sport makes clean manly character. Good
School Commences September 9.
TUITION' AND EXPENSES. These are very small. In fact a boy can be more cheaply sent to Kamehameha for a year
an he can be kept at home. The tuition is $50, which includes both teaching and living. Good meals and comfortable dormitories
health that comes of plenty of good exercise makes good work
men. One of the main objects of the school is the moral guidance
of the students, and the development of Christian character.
Non-sectarian church services are held on Sunday and during
the week under the leadership of the resident chaplain and the
quiet influence of the instructors the boys' habits and thoughts
are directed in the proier channels.
To E. C. Webster,
President Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu.
Please enroll me for the school year 1918-1919.
Name Age
Name of Parent or Guardian ,
are provided for this amount. Cost of books and necessary uniforms, also the hospital fee of $1 and the dental fee of $4 all should
ome within $50, making the total cost for the year about $100. The school gives educational advantages to
Boys from to 20 Years Old.

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