CLOSING EXERCISES AT KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
The Kamehameha Manual Schools will have their closing exercises this evening and the graduating class have invited their many friends to be present to enjoy the following program which has been arranged:
Prelude—Offertoire in D Minor ..Batiste
Miss S. L. Byington.
Rev. Bradford Leavitt, D. D.
Response—”He Aloha no ka Haku”..Liliuokalani
Essay—”Ancient Hawaii as Told by a Retainer”
Mele—”He Inoa no Pauahi”..Prince Leleiohoku
Essay—”Industries of Ancient Hawaii”
Chorus—Hawaiian Hymn ..E. A. P. Newcomb
Boys’ Glee Club.
Essay—”Industries of Modern Hawaii”
Essay—”Influence of Kamehameha in the Future of Hawaii”
Chorus of Vintages ..Henry Smart
School for Girls.
Essay—”Woman in Ancient and Modern Hawaii”
Essay—”Hawaii of Tomorrow”
Chorus—Recessional ..De Koven
Boys’ Glee Club.
Presentation of Certificates.
Rev. John L. Hopwood.
“Kamehameha School for Girls’ Call”
Postlude in E Flat..Lefebure Wely
The graduating class of 1908 consists of the following pupils of the school:
Girls’ School—Academic Department: Ah Moe Ah Kui, Hannah Aiau, Lillian Louise Broad, Emelie Kualii Dunn, Mary Kaohukeaokalani Gohier, Adeline Poipe Hose, Julia Kaililani Lazaro, Emma M. Makahanohano, Elizabeth Macy, Miriam Namahanaokalani Mundon, Esther Kaleiokamoku Purdy, Wilhelmina Kameilelani Weight. Domestic Art: Lucilla Kaluaihonolulu Kamakawiwoole.
Boys’ School—Edward A. Campbell, Samuel G. Kaimuloa, John Kapu, Charles K. Kaui, Willie P. Kauwalu, Daniel K. Komomua, Robert S. Lono, Alsexander K. Lota, David R. Mahoe, John J. Mahoney, James K. Mahikoa, William Naeole, Albert K. Naukana, Joseph Ordenstein, John Pahia, John Smith, Robert K. Smith, Henry Waiau, David K. White, John K. Wright.
[Sometimes the English coverage of a story can be more detailed than Hawaiian coverage, but the opposite can also be true. It is important to look at all available accounts if you are looking for historical information!]
(Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 6/9/1908, p. 9)