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ECCLESIASTICAL.

The anniversary services in connection with the Mt. Eden Methodist Church \yere celebrated yesterday. The Rev. W. Bay preached in the morning, and the Rev. E. Cox at night. An address -was delivered in the afternoon by Mr. Scriven. The public meeting in' connection with the church will take place next Wednesday evening. The Graftoh-road Methodist Sunday School celebrated its anniversary by special services yesterday, which were well attended. The Rev. J. Wilson •preached in the morning, Rev. R. Fergusson at night, and the Rev. J. Simpson addressed the gathering in the afternoon. The customary meeting will be held next Tv-.esdey evening. Miss Florence Young, of the South Sea Evangelical Mission, delivered an address yesterday afternoon in the Beresford-street Congregational Church. In tlvs morning the Missionary spoke at l?itt-streefc Methodist Chuurch, and in the evening at St. Luke's Presbyterian, Eemuera. The Salvation Army Barracks, Albert--street, presented an effective appearance yesterday, being decorated with flowers, fruit, corn sheaves, and other produce, owing to it being the harvest festival. Staff-Captain Turner conducted the services. The annual festival is to be held : this evening.

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ECCLESIASTICAL. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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