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ENINGll BULLETIN, HONOLTJLgkH. BDtEMBEBPl
Tte Newsboys Account
Of Their ThanksgiYing Day
At tho Dullctln nowsboy Thanksgiv
ing luau tho boys wcro asked to wrlto
a story ol tho day und how they liked
It. Tho result Is tho following Inter
esting account by those of the young
merchants who attempted the task of n
THU BULLHTIN NEWSBOYS'
Thursday tho newsboys got on tho
buss and they started nt 0 o'clock. Wo
went up to Thomas Squaro and turned
up to llcictaula street.
Tho boys nil had a horn to blow
They made a loud nol3a at very one
they saw. Wo went up to tho football
grounds and went around a block.
Wo cumo around to tho football
grounds again. Then thoy went up to
Mr.Fnrrlngton'8 houso and Mr. Gear
told us to "YUl who nrr, who arc who
aro we, wo a.o tho Dullctln newsboys,
We went over to Punnhou street and
went down to King street.
Tho buss stopped at a Chlncso st,oro
and gavo tho horses a rest.
' Tho buss went oit to Walklkl and on
the way down they stopped at a natlvo
houso and got somo palm leaves.
Wo decorated tho horses and tho
Tho busses got down to Walklkl
about IB minutes of 11. Wo wero giv
en a bathing suit to batho In.
Tho boys went In and had lots of fun.
When tho canoe was put lu about 10
boys got In. Two men went with
them. When thoy camo back they all
Somo more boys got In nnd ono lit
tle boy sneaked in tho canoe nnd got
out, whin tho canoo began to como In
It tipped over.
Tho llttlo boy did not know how to
swim ad u natlvo man caught him.
His namo Is Mon Yin. When they got
tho canoo upright It was swamped.
They had to get all of tho water out.
When wo went homo tho buss went
about 2 o'clock. Wo wont up to tho
football grounds ngain and watched the
Drst game. Wo went up to tho Puna
liou football grounds nnd tho Star boys
wero up thero and had a nice time. I
went homo nt tho end of tho game.
Honolulu, H. I. Dec. 1, 1899.
Dear Sir: Wo went up to Walklkl
yesterday on the bus. Wo went out
yesterday to seo tho football and went
to Punabou to seo another football
gamo and wo went to Mr. Farrlngton's
place and gavo a good cheer and after
wo went out to Wnlklkl nn swim and
ride canoo and after swimming we
wont to cat plgflsh, pol, soda water,
ginger alo and cream soda.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 1, 1899.
Wo got on tho bun nt tho Bulletin
Oltlcc nnd rodo around tho baseball
grounds. When wo got out to Wnlklkl
wo rodo on tlio r.inoo. Tho canoo sank
at tho bottom of tho Ocean and wo had
n hardwork to take tho canoo In.
When we carao back wo went to din
ner nnd after dinner wo wont In bath
ing again. After bathing for nwhllo
wo went to tho football. Tho football
was n good game.
Honolulu, II. I., Deo 1, 1899.
Crenlng Bulletin, Oontlemen: For
your kind treatment you gavo mo yes
terday. I thank you very much.
Tho canoeing and bathing wero tho
best you could glvo for too many boys
Tho luau which wa3 tho principal
feature of tho day was excellent.
Tho t o games of football that I wit
nessed after leaving Long Brnnch in
terested mo to tho utmost. Tho ono
that I saw end was won by tho St
Louis by a score of ten to five. I re
main, your faithful servant,
. , - , B PODGYN.
I had a fight with En Chco, and tho
man was ull yellln' for him and I told
Afar If ho wnnt to box and ho woulden
puton tho gloves. All tho bulletin boys
have a hot time yesterday. M. Itelzo
had a blow on tho noso.
Yesterday wo had a holiday.
Wo went to havo a owlm.
We went on tho canoo yesterday.
Tho wnvea wero rushing, and tho
canoo went fast
When wo finished wo drank soda
water, atn flsh, rol, cwrct potatoes, ato
pig and played.
Wo played boxing with a boy, and
then played ball, went In and had a
When wo finished swimming wo put
on our clothes, and went In tho buss
nnd went homo.
Thero wore about slxty-flvo boys.
Then wo all went to town and said,
Wo put somo trees on tho busses
and somo flowers on tho horses' har
ness. Wo went to tho baseball ground nnd
saw tho football play.
When wo finished looking wo went to
The canoo upset and tho boy fell Into
tho water and tho boy cried.
Dec. 1, 1899.
1 am going to wrlto you n story about
Yesterday wo had good fun out to
Wnlklkl. Wo went out with tho buss.
Tho buss horses nro very strong and
fast. When wo got out to Walklkl wo
got out of tho bus and went to rest,
when wo finished resting, wo went to
nsk Mr. Kong Ling for tlght3 and went
to swimming, wo went to Bit In tho
canoo boat, when wo finished swim
ming wo snt on canoe, wo went to race,
when wo finished racing, wo went to
look at tho man cook tho pig. When
tho man finished cooking tho pig tho
man cut tho pig Into small pieces and
put them In tho plates. And when wo
began to cat our lunch. Then wo cat
plenty. Aftor wo had our lunch wo
went to swim nnd then wo went to tho
baseball ground to see them play.
The bulletin boys havo a hot tlmo
yesterday. When tho bulletin boys go
on tho bus nil tho boys mtulo plenty
noise, and then wo went two timo tho
baseball ground, from tho baseball
ground wo go to Walklkl a swim.
After swim all tho boys eat luau Ha
waiian stylo pig, pol, fish and soda
water. After cat, all tho boys go to
swim ngaln, after swimming all tho
boys go baseball ground. After whllo
wo moot tho star boys blow horns and
tnako plenty noise, from baseball
ground all go to the Punnhou school
look tho foot ball players. Never play
foot ball yet. Bulletin and star play
box. Stono hit tho Star on tho noso.
After foot ball all tho boys go homo.
When wo go homo wo meet tho Star
go homo to. Tho Bulletin boys have
more fun than tho star boys. When
tho Bulletin boys homo went, one tlmo
moro to Fort street.
Tho Bulletin Nows Boys havo their
nlco tlmo of riding tho busses all
around tho town and blowing tho fish
horns of great Joy.
After riding around town they wont
out to tho Long Branch ground nnd
have a nlco time of swimming, sport
When tho Bulletin Boys had their
fun it Is tlmo for tholr Luau, tho Ha
waiian stylo, pig, fishes, pol and other
Not long they had their Luau they
went to swim again, after tho swim
ming was all through tho busses come.
Tho Bulletin Boys como to seo tho
It was a happy tlmo for tho Bulletin
Boys when they coming home from tho
football, how great nolso thoy must
mado with thoso fish horns.
When they como to town tho Bulle
tin took a short riding all over tho
They was full of Joy nnd gavo threo
cliceiB boforo thoy got homo. Your af-
fectlonally, EN CHEE.
Tho Evening Bulletin Nows Boy.
Honolulu, H. I., Nov. 30, 1899.
very pretty too. I had a tights to go
swim in. Tho boy Jumped into tho wa
ter. You truly,
Honolulu, H. I., Nov. 30, 1899.
My Dear Friend: Tho Bulletin man
said, ''You wrot ono letter for mo.l'
Tho boy said, "Yes, I will worl ono let
ter for you."
Tho boy cated a pig and fish and go
to swim. Your letter,
AH FAT AT THE ORPHEUM.
Plenty boy ho go look show Orpheum
Inst night. Somo boy sell his ticket
what ho bin get. All boy ho dress up
very stylo for sit lu half dollar seat. I
llko go look show for sit in bc;iL down
front very line.
First como ono man. Ho stand on
box and other two man talk him. Hn
all same Judge man police station top
side. Plenty man and girl como lntdde
nnd ono small boy who all tlmo cry,
That Judgo man glvo all who ho want
ono blow on top his head. Alt pcoplu
laugh out loud.
Bluicby como ono small girl. Ho sin?
good kind nnd stick his foot up in tho
nlr llko ho kick football. Ono black
man an other girl stop en tho front.
Tho black man ho laugh tho girl. Tho
clrl ho sing flue. Then tho girl go
nway an tho black man put paint on
his face till look llko monkey In Ar
lington. Bin como that samo girl dress
up llko soljcr. Ho look llko go swim In
the sea but hes coat ii mako tho black
Thcs man with all color on his legs
go up on a swing and overy boy look
for sec. That man hang by his fects
and fall off but every boy scare but ho
como tip again and thon every boy he
laugh. That man mako faces llko he
no llko cat something. When us go
homo I speak ono man bow many
oclock and ho laugh and speak mo look
out for pollco man haul us In.
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Honolulu, II. I Dec. 1, 1899.
My Dear Friend: Yesterday I went
to Walklkl. Wo had fine fun. Wo sat
down In tho buss. Wo havo tights to
swim In nnd wo went to walk. Ah
Fong nnd Sin Chong boxed. Wo ate
and going to swim again. Wo went It.
tho buss again. And Mr. Conkllng
gave us a horn. Wo went to Punnhou
to looked at tho boys played football,
Thon wo went homo in tho buss. Wo
called that day Thanksgiving day be
cause God been kind to us. nullcttn
boys had a best tlmo. I had two bot
tle soda-water. Wo had two bi'sse3
Wo ate pig, pol, and fish, nnd potatoes,
and salt, nnd soda-water. I went to
Opera Tuesday night. Your truly,
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 1, 1899.
My Dear Friend: Yesterday I went
up Punahou in a buss nnd looked at thn
foot ball gamo. Mr. Conkllng Is kind
to tho boy becauso ho gavo mo n horns.
Tho water was very cold. The horso
ran very fast Tho boys play box -sitU
En Cheo. Tho Bulletin boy had a good
time. I had ono bottlo soda water. Mr.
Conkllng is a good man. Wo had two
busses. Tho boy said, "Tho Star boyB
Is no good." En Gin said: Mr. Conk
Ung Is kind to tho boys." Tho man
told mo to wrlto a letter to him. Tho
fish was very, good to cat Tho pis w&
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