The quarterly meet in" of the Kew Methodist Circuit was held at Caversham on Thursday evening, (ho Kcv. E. Drake being in the chair. Membership 'returns showed ,m increase of two, whilst all the departments of work wore reported to be healthy. The income for the quarter amounted to £ll3 ICs, exclusive of pro port y returns; £7 lO.s has been devoted to the Connexiona! Orphanage fund, and £5 5s to the, Belgian fund. Votes of sympathy were passed to the relatives of the late Mr E. Turley and Mrs P. While. Messrs C. W. White and T. M‘Alian were appointed circuit r-tev, -n-ds for the year, and Mr C. White was selectml as delegate to the conference, with Mr !l. Horry as emergency delegate. The chairman reported that tho new i 'Torch at (aversham would be opened '■ n: Miiidav, March 21. The property at ; Forliury C orner having been disposed of I to the Dunedin City Council, it was do- i rifieri ro ask the conference to change the ; name of the circuit from Kew to Caver. ’ sham. The Eev. F. Frost, who is leaving the circuit after the conference, was granted leave as from March 15. Eulogistic references were, made to his work, ami good wishes wore expressed for his future welfare. I
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