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SUNDAY SCHOOL TEA MEETINGS.

The annual tea meeting in connection with the Kaikorai Baptist Church Sunday School was held on Wednesday in the schoolroom, over 120 persons being present. The public meeting, which followed, was presided over by Mi A. C. Stewart. The twelfth annual report of the Sunday school, which was read by the secretary, stated that there were 124 scholars on the roll, and the average attendance for the year had been BS. The number of teachers connected with the school was 14. Addresses were given during the evening by the Rev. A. North, Alessrs P. Graham and Morley. The school children, under the conductorship of Aiiss B. Stewart, sang a number of anthems, and Aiiss Alorton presided at the organ.

The twentieth anniversary tea meeting in connection with the Roslyn Wesleyan Church Sunday School was held last night. Considerably over 200 persons sat down to the tables, which were laid in the schoolroom, after which an adjournment was made to the church, where a public meeting, presided over by the Rev. J. N. Buttle, was held. The annual report stated that the number of scholars now on the roll was 141, and the average attendance for the year 112. During the year 20 scholars had entered the school and 34 had left. There were 24 teachers and office-bearers connected with the school, and the average attendance for the year had been 21. Sixteen of Die acholars sat for the examination held under the auspices of the Dunedin Sunday School Union, five receiving first class and four

third class ceniticates. Solos were eon- / tributed by Mr G. Lamb and Miss E, Sunderland. The school children also sang a number of anthems and gave several recitations. The superintendent of the Sunday school (Mr A. Scott) gave an address ; Miss A. Walker presided at the organ ; Mr A. Ellis acted as conductor ; and the chairman presented the prizes to the children.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL TEA MEETINGS., Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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SUNDAY SCHOOL TEA MEETINGS. Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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