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PRIMITIVE METHODIST.

The Easter season is made occasion by the Primitive Methodists in Ashburton to celebrate the anniversary of thenSunday School. A pic-nic for the children came off in the Domain on Good Friday, followed by a tea meeting in the church in the evening. At the pic-nic the usual sports were indulged in, and toys, ptp;.,' were given in prizes, Mr till, ihe 1 SjjperinteMe.nt of the. S,unda.y School, being in charge of thq young people. The chiirch was filled to its utmost in the evening, and at the after meeting, Mr Lill presiding, addresses were delivered by Revs W. S. Potter, and Boothroyd, and Messrs Lloyd $nd Aston. The children gave a number of rotations, etc,, and songs wprfj sungoy' tyie qhofu. fin toQ 'Key, Mr Potter preached to crowdety congregations, the' whole of the' services having a special bearing on Sunday School work.

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume xii, Issue 2395, 8 April 1890

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