The New Hawaiian girl; a play. 
by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
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THE NEW HAWAIIAN GIRL
 
Scene made to represent grounds at
Hawaiian Hotel.  Sort of open Cafe,
or pavilion with palms, vines, and
tropic flowers.  RALPH sitting alone
with a dreamy air.
Enter ETHEL, in short travelling-suit--
typical American girl--blonde and
petite.

 
ETHEL.
Oh, here you are.  Your sister and your mother
Commissioned me, detective, sleuth, and spy,
To find the disappearing son and brother,
And tell him that the time is slipping by.
Out boat will sail in just two hours, you know.
Dear Honolulu, how I hate to go!
 
RALPH
Don't mention it; I shun the very thought.

The New Hawaiian girl; a play. By Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Illus. by John Prendergast.
London, Gay & Hancock, 1910.
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