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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 12, 1890.
MJSDlY SCHOOL l'K'Ml'S.
JIiiiij Jliiiutrcil or llillilri'ii lliivo it
Onhu Oollogo emu pus nt Punn
Iioa was as usual tbo scono of tbo
annual picnic of tho Sunday
Bchool of Central Union church
on the eleventh. On this occasion
tho Sunday school of tho Metho
dist church joined that of tho
Congregationalism. Thoro "was a
graud turnout of children and
parouls, toachors and friends, tho
assembly totalling about 800 peo
ple. Tho day was joyously spent
in games and athletic sports, with
a great feast of good things to oat
and drink in tlw middle F. J.
Lowroy, A. B. AVood, 11. F. Wich
inan, E. A. Jones and John
"Wntorhouse woro tho chief oxecu-
tivo oflicors, being unstintedly
assisted in tho work by many of
tho young men and women. Street
cars and omnibuses got big busi
ness out of this picnic.
llov. T. 1). Garvin selected
Pearl City ns the placo for tho
Christian church Sunday school
picnic. B. F. Dillingham en
gaged to furnish satisfactory ac
commodation in tho cars of tho
Onhu ltailway tfc Land Company,
at tho extremely low faro of
twonty-fivo cents for tho round
trip.hesides obtaining tho grounds
of Mrs. J. N. Robinson on tho
ahbro of Pearl harbor and fur
nishing lumber for tho tables.
Not only those favors did tho
generous railway superintendent
tonder,hut ho personally contribut
edthofnres of iifteen out of tho forty
children attending tho Smith
street mission school of tho
Fivo of tho laigest cars wore
required to carry this party. An
enormous quantity cf refresh
ments in baskets and boxes,
together with dozens of folding
chairs, was carried from tho Pen
insula station to tho grounds by
tho men and boys. Immediately
on arrival tho mon began putting
up swings and hammocks for the
youngsters, and several of tho
women sot to work cutting up
toast duck and material for sand
wiches. It took two hours of hard
.work to prepare tho feast, and
'then tho children wero seated in
groups on tho crass. Amidst per
fect stillness Pastor Garvin said
grace and then tho children wore
served first, with tho best that was
going. So well wero tho arrange
ments made, there was not tho
slightest confusion, and none of
tho littlo ones were missed. It
was pleasure enough to tho grown
peoplo to see tho children's sup
"What with swings and beanbag
throwing, sky ball and gathering
shells, chasing and racing, the
children) had a grand day. Prizes
of real value wore givon tho win
ners of foot races, for girls as
well as boys, including a race for
"boys" ovor forty yoars of ago
which was hotly contested. When
the timo approached for taking
tho train for town, ico cream and
coko wore served. Lemonade was
ladled out all day and yet it nvas
to spare at the end. Bofortf leav
ing tho grounds several familiar
hymns wero sung. Threo rousing
cheors wero given for Mr. Billing
ham as n vote of thanks, followed
by an enthusiastic cheer for Mr.
Garvin. Mr. and Mrs. Dilling
ham and their daughter, Mrs.
Frear, woie present at tho con
clusion of tho picnic.
Three curs wore occupied on
tho samo train by tho Portuguese
church and Sunday sohool for
a picnic excursion to Hcmoud
Grove. Rev. A.V. Fouo, pastor,
and A. Frank Cooke, superinten
dent, wore in charge of the party,
which had a very happy day.
Adjutant Egner had the Salvation
Army, with a band of children,
out for a picnic on Mr. Dilling
ham's bonch premises at tho Pen
insuln, adjoining tho grounds
whoro the Christian church folks
had their outing. They inarched
with banners and music to tho
Honolulu station, and space was
resorved for tlioni on the train.
Although thoro wus a largo
number of passengers outsido of
tho picnic parties, tho train was
not unduly orowdrd either going
or returning. Through good man
agement all had seating accommo
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Paso Boules, Cai,., May 1, 1893.
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