MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION. The fortnightly meeting of the Women's Christian Temperance Union was held in the Albert-street Hall yesterduy afternoon, the president (Mrs; Dewar) in the .chair. There was a fair attendance of members present. A very interesting report Was given by Miss Nellie t)ewnr, one of the delegates who attended the recent Convention in Wellington. The Convention was a very succesful one, being attended by delegates from all parts of the Dominion. Very satisfactory progress was reported in all branches of the work. Miss Dewar's report was supplemented by a few remarks by Mrs. Hughes, who was aleo a delegate A hearty vote, of thanks was accorded to the delegates. A new member was received Into the union, and a very profitable meeting was brought to a close. The monthly meeting of the Onehunga branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union was held in the Presbyterian ScTipolroom on Wednesday, when a jrobdlv number of members were present. Jfie. De Wolfe presided. Mrs. M. Jones having resigned the office of treasurer, Mrs. J H Mackenzie was appointed. Mrs. De Wolre introduced Mrs. Wilkinson, the delezntl who attended the late conference at We* ington, who_giive a most interesting unti instructional report, to which air listened with rapt attention. On the motion of Mrs. Gilbert, seconded by Mr*, Cole, the ttem votl SI«SS: w,lkins<m a * pry h *«™
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