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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS

AUCKLAND CAMERA CLUB. Mi The annual meeting of the Auckland..'; Camera Club was held at S p.m. on Monday,;,, tbe Oth inst., nt Messrs. Hollands' roomfc'".•>' Victoria-street. The following ofßeers wer't' - - elected for the ensuiug year:—Patron, Sit. if -;-_ J. Logan Caiupbell; president, Mr. T. D,-'. Leedham; vice-president, Mr. E. Vf. •Pdyto't; ■ committee, Col. Tlrle, Messrs. E. PBttef|S| M. Treuwitb, and R. Walrond; and G.;;gJ; O'Hnlloran, junr., hon. secretary and trea."«g. sunf. The new president, during the'; 1 ;; course of bis remarks, after assuming th***"*' Chair, stated that he would gladly welcora* S as new members either beginners in photo.:;; graphy or those desirous of Improving theft..-'

selves in work with the camera. "An. 1.0*5,-; terior" was the subject chosen for memb'eri.';"r to exhibit prints at tbe dust meeting 6r§J the winter session of the club. " . - . ST. ENOCH MISSION. *" 7|§ St. Enoch's Presylrterhui Mission Chu'rcß,V? Moruingside, held a meetiirg of ■and supporters on Tuesday evening, th'JrJj' BOth March. There was a large attenuaneep': : j and in the absence of fflie Rev. W. GrayS';'----i Dixon, of St. David's, the Rev. G. B. Monro,r?i|: . acted as chairman. The financial report wif'W j read and adopted. The plans for tlie;;'*': ; church extension were passed unanimously,;f ! and the different offices in connection witli.Sp , the church were filled. Mr. D. McPhersoß.J j gave an outline of the work carried ,oa r ; .; ; during the last three years, showing th?;?; progress made. lie risen presented the Ktfr'S? '"It. Wylie with a purse of sovereigns,; J&XgSS gift from his hearers. Musical Items werl... rendered by the Misses I'robert atid Mr;'.:' !-Morales. Tea was provided by the ladle* >-;■:,

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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