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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS

BAND OF HOPE MEETING. The first public meeting of the Mount Hosklll Band of Hope was neia in the Mount Roskill Congregational Church on Thursday evening last. Mr Enoch Wood, president, presided, and there was a large number nrosent. The following items were contributed: Pianoforte duet, Mrs Bradstreet and Miss Wood; vocal duet, Misses Winnie Moffut and Ida Beech; pianoforte trio. Misses Peet; pianoforte solo, Mr "W Beech; vocal solos, Mrs Bradstreet, Miss Edith Fox, and Miss Mabel Sloffat; recitations. Miss Beech and Mr Boy Peet; and rendinp, Mr Slddons. The Eev. "P. S. Sinallfield gave a most interesting and instructive address. This Band of Hope has been iv existence only about three weeks, and has now a membership of about 30 pledged abstainers.

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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