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The Sunday school anniversary services in tho above church were held yesterday, when appreciation of tho good work being done amongst the young people of Cat. Cluir was evidenced by tho very large attendances. At tho morning service the front scats were conspicuously occupied by the Bov Scouts, and tho school children themselves took part in tho service. The recital of tho two ••lessons” hy senior scholars, the singing of special hymns by the children (including Kipling’s • Recessional * to ‘ St. Chrysostom ’), and a, sob excellently rendered hy Miss Nancy Aslin were pleasing features in tho service. The pastor i.Rev. W. J. Ashford) occupied tho pulpit, and delivered a characteristic, address based upon Isaiah Hi., 1: “ But mi your beautiful garments,” which the children and adults evidently followed with verv keen interest.

In tho afternoon a young people’s Ecr vice was held, at which, amongst a nrnn her of good things, including a tastofuilymiderod solo by Misa Dora Hancock, the ••tiny tots” distinguished themselves, to the apparent delight of tho congregation, by singing ’The Finger Family.’ At the evening service Marie Corelli's ‘ln Our Hearts Celestial Voices' was sung as a double quartet, tho “lessons” were again impressively recited by senior scholars, and Master Sidney Swift sang ‘God's Garden.' Thu pastern preached an appropriate sermon to parents and teachers, based upon St. Mark x., 15, 14. The young people’s celebrations are to be brought to a conclusion on Friday evening next, when a tea will bo held, followed by an entertainment, at which tho children will be tha entertainers, including the Boy Scouts, who will give a display of physical exercises. . The school reports show that the school, under the superir.tpndency of Mr C. J. Moody, is in an excellent condition, and ministers effectively to tho needs of the suburb, | whero it has been working for no less than 29 years.

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YOUNG PEOPLE’S DAY, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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YOUNG PEOPLE’S DAY Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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