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THE CHURCHES.

PRESBYTERIAN.

■ /.St. .-James' ;hall. was crowded at the three special services held yesterday in connection. with the celebration of the »sth anniversary of the Sunday school. jl'he services were held in the hall, owing to the accommodation provided in the orchestral:benches for the scholars.,. The musical portion of the services whs really good, the scholars, assisted; by the choir, rendering items' from the festival music of Ernest Nichol, Mus. Bac.', Oxon. The Rev A. A. Andrew; of St. Andrew's, preached in • the morning, Rev.', R. Ferguson, of St. Peter's, in the evening, and the paster delivered the address in the afternoon. Mr. Walter Impett trained the scholars, and Mr. W,, j. England was leader of the orchestra. The offertory totalled £20. ''«■ ■ PITT-STREET WESLEYAN. The- Rev. J. A. Luxford concluded his iriihistfy in Ancklahd ■ yesterday; ; 0n Wednesday evening next; 7th inst., a valedictory social will be held in the Pitt-street schoolroom at 7.30 o'clock to bid farewell to Mr. Luxford.

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THE CHURCHES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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