At ihe ip.iarterly lrrr-tiiij; of Trinity Methodist Circuit it was reported that the jiast Quart«':i' had been a, good one- fr>r trie church, the services beintj "'oil attended and the- finances in -a very :<atisfactfirv state, s-howin;? a good credit balance. Mekrs A. Kin C and L. H. Osborn were fleeted to represent the Quarter Board at the, forthcoming conference in Ohristchurch, with W. linil and 1). M. Mjiiler a? .substitute representatives. Messrs W. 11. Kerens and S. Lawn wera elected the circuit stewards for tha following year. Tt, was mxilvp-d that- a letter of sympathy p.r.d affectionato hops for a speedy- recovery be sent to the Rev., Mr .ctar in his i;!nes>. with the intimation that he tako a sufficiently long holiday to thoroughly recirrerate. In the meanwhile arr&ngsrriems are forward for a-n adeytata supply for the pulpit while Mr Hay is on holiday. The. staio of the. Sunday school.-?, young people'? societies, an-:l ■week-night meeting was reported as satisfactory ■" also that Mr 11. >". Vanes had ■hscen elected as superintendent of the Sundav school, in. place of Mr A. H. Reed. ' She: " Tliis drew doe*n'i become rav co'n I must chuusje it." He: ""More epease! I can't <-tan-l i* ; yon'J ruin :ne." Hhe: "Yen filly: f don't mean t'ue drcis I mtaa the cuniplesioii."
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15700, 14 January 1915
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