MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS
AUCKLAND MINISTERS' ASSOCIATION. The Auckland Ministers' Association held their first meeting after the summer recess in St. Andrew's Parish Hall yesterday afternoon. The Rev. G. B. Monro presided. The Revs. G. 11. Mackenzie, J. Cocker, and \V. Ready were nominated for membership. A committee to report on Sabbath observance was constituted as follows:— Revs. D. D. Scott. S. Griffiths, G. Bond. A. C. Lyon, It. Taylor, J. B. Simpson, and Knowles Kempton.
The second quarterly report of the BritlsU and Foreign Sailors' Society was read by the missioner, Mr. G. H. Ralph, and adopted. The President reported that he had £40 7/0 in hand, with several amounts to be received, also the grant from the parent society.
After an address by the president on "The Spiritual Results of the Bible Class Movement In New Zealand," and a brief discussion, the meeting closed. The members were afterwards the guests of the Rev. A: A. Murray at tea.
ST. DAVID'S, KHYBER TASS. A large and appreciative audience assembled In the St. Lmvld's Parish Hall last nlgh't to hear a concert arranged by the Lyric Quartet, assisted by Miss Blanche Garland, the Hems being well received. The programme comprised a number of well-known songs. Miss Elsie Probert ably carried om the duties at the piano. The proceeds were in aid ot the St. David's Bible Class Hall and Camp funds.
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