MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS
ONEHCNGA X.M.C.A. The jiuiiunl meeting of the Onehunga V.M.C.A., held last Friday evening, iru well attended. Mr. Holunes presided. The auuual report showed that good work had becu done during the year. It was proposed to establish a gymnasium, a literary a nit debating class, also a flrst-aid class, or division of the bearer corps. Messrs. A. S, Holmes aud T. R. Gilttnan, Sen-., each, offerer! £5 towards the equipment of the gymnasium, conditional on three others doing the same. It was decided to nomli.ate two men for the Hamilton V.M.C.A. Alnrntunn run, from Hamilton to Cambrldgo, on May 24. The election of officers icsultF-ri: President, Mr. A. S. Holmes-, vlceyiMidcut, Rev. D. D. Scott; secretary, Mr. l>. W. McLean; treasurer, Mr. W. F. Goulslone: auditor, Mr. S. Craig: committee, Messrs. P. Holmes, G. Coldham, D. <i. Coin, J. Comrie. J. Johnson, and Canon. Hnseiden. The secretary was heartily thanked for his services.
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