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THE PICNIC.

Yesterday about 100 children and a number of friends went to the picnic which wa3,held at Stafford place, Waimea West. The long line of traps presented a very gay appearance, and attracted much attention in the suburbs. Races, &c, were got up, and. the children enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Amongst tbe visitors were Bishop Redwood, Mr Thomas Redwood, Mr L. Broad, Mr Joseph Ward, and Fathers Garin and Binsfeld. The affair was excellently managed, and reflected great credit on those who got it up. The party returned to town in the evening;. . >

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THE PICNIC., The Colonist, Volume XVII, Issue 1865, 21 January 1875

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THE PICNIC. The Colonist, Volume XVII, Issue 1865, 21 January 1875

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