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Church Services.

Social at the Liberal Club.

COUNCIL MEETINGS.

THE ADJOURNED MEETING.

Social Tea and Entertainment.

Temperance Meeting.

Lecture.

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Lecture. At the Church Room on Wednesday, Rev. J. Hamer Lewis (Diocesan Inspector of Schools) delivered a lecture on Archbishop Temple: His life and work." The lecturer dealt with his subject in an interesting manner, many scenes connected with the Archbishop's life being depicted on the screen, Mr Inglefield manipulating the lantern. Mr Lewis laid stress on the two subjects to which Dr. Temple had practically devoted his life education and temperance. He traced his career from his schooldays right up to his appointment to the highest position connected with the Church, the Archbishopric of Canterbury. Mr Lewis shewed that Dr. Temple had got on by sheer perseverance, he having began life in a very humble way, and exhorted his hearers to takq an example from the life of this distinguished advocate of temperance. Incidentally Mr Lewis mentioned that a "reader" had just been issued by the C.E.T.S. dealing with the Temperance Question. He had submitted this book to the various County Councils in the hope that they would have temperance taught in the schools (applause). At the conclusion Mr Lewis was heartily thanked for his very able lecture. The meeting was in connection with the local branch of the C.E.T.S. to which the proceeds will be devoted.

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