Members of Caledonian Lawn Tennis Olub meet in Shamrock Hotel on Monday. Annual meeting of Presbyterian Synod in First Chjpch on Monday evening. St. Vincent Pe Paul Chaiitable Society hold their annual sale of vork about the middle of December,
Mr A. Towscy will give au organ recital in St. Paul's Okurch on Monday evening in aid of the choir fund.
A meeting of the various trade unions 1» Dunedin will be held on Monday evening in the Rattray street Hall. The Committee of the Maoandrew Memorial Fund invite designs for a memorial fountain to ba ereoted in the Octagon.
' Under the Palms,' a sacred cantata, will he given by a choir of ninety voices on Thursday evening, in the Kaikorai l'resbyterian Church. To-morrow morning Mr Coad will conduct service at the Congregational Church, Moray place, and in the evening at 8.15 in the Choral Hall.
The annual meeting of subscribers to the Queen/a jubilee Convalescent Fund will be held in tho Y.V/.C.4. Rooms, Moray place, on Wednesday afternoon.
In connection the Dunedin Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Bog Society, a meetjpg of dog owners will b e held at the Chamber of Oommtrce on Tuesday evening. The meeting i*> for the purpose of deciding whether tho Esr hibition Bhow shall be hold under Kennel Club rules or otherwise. The question ja a very important oue for dog owners, and everybody should make it a point to be proaent. At high mass to-morrow at St. Joseph's Cathedral Mozart's 'Twelfth Mass' will bo given by the choir, which will ba strengthened by several leading members of Mr Simonsen's opera company and a full orchestra. We understand Mr Harcourt Lee will preside at i,hjf organ. At vespers Miss Elsa May will siuu Gounod's * Ave Maria,' and Messrs Walshe and Gainor will also assist. On Monday evening the annual meeting of the Mornington Ladies' Association was held in the Council Chambers, Mr J. Secular (mayor of Mornington) occupying the chair. Thero Vss a good attendance. The Rev. A. Bett opened the meeting with prayer. The Rev. R. J. Porter read and moved the adoption of the annual report, which shoVed that tho past year had been one of usefulness and prosperity. Monthly meetings had been Held fegulaily the year, while tho subßpiijitiopS sbov/ that the s.oaicty still retains the sympathy of the residents of Mornington. The total income of the Association for the year was L4S 10s 7d, and the total expenditure L4t 4s (id, I leaving a balance in hand of LJ 6s Id. In addition to the subscriptiopo in money many ladies in large parcels of second-hand clothing, which was found very useful in thp vork. Votes of thanks were passed to the ospe bearers, the young lady collectors, the subscribers, and to all who had in any way assisted in tho work of the Association. The following ladies were oleotcd office-bearers for the ensuing year [—President, Mrs Bett; vice-president, Mrs Hudson j treasurer, Mrs Sawell; secretary, Miss Scoular. The customary vote of thanks to the chairman brought the meeting tg a olose.
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889
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