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The Rev. H. P. V. Nunn, the assistant curate at St. George's Parish Church, Stockport, will shortly resign the curacy, in order to accept the post of lecturer at St. Aldan's College. Birkenhead. Mr. Nunn is the only son of Canon Nunn, rector of St. Thomas's Church. Ardwick Green. He was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, where he graduated in 1S99. He was ordained by the Bishop of Chester in HJOO. NEW BISHOP OF ADELAIDE.-The five English Bishops to whom was delegated the choice of a Bishop for the See of Adelaide, in succession j to the present Bishop of Rochester, have nominated the Rev. Arthur N. Thomas, M.A., now rector of Guisborough. Mr. Thomas was formerly Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge, and obtained a first-class in the Classical Tripoi m xSDl. and a second-class in the Theological Tripos in 1893. He also gained several University prizes and distinc- tions in theology. He was trained for holy orders at Wells Theological College, and was for some years resident chaplain to the Archbishop of York. He was subsequently curate of Leeds, and has been vicar of Guisborough since 1900. HOLY TRINITY TEA AND ENTERTAIN- MENT.—The parochial tea and entertainment for Holy Trinity parish was held on Tuesday even- ing in the Assembly Rooms, Newgate-street, and was very successful. A substantial tea wa.s served at 6.30 to a gathering- approaching 300 in number. The following were the table-holders:— Mrs. j Elliott, Mrs. Webster. Miss Clark, Mrs. Bagnall and Mrs. Park, Miss Birley, Mr. F. Segar. the Rev. T. W. Mundy, Mrs. Quellyn Roberts, Mrs. J. Rogers, Mrs. Cuzner and the Misses Ains- worth, Mrs. King and the Misses Kerr, the Misses Faircilough, Mrs. T. Knowles, Mrs. Chur- ton, Mrs. Stewart,, Mrs, W. Rogers. Mrs. Potts. Miss L. Aldersey Williams, Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs Patterson, Miss Clay, Mrs. Thomas and Miss Urmston, Mrs. Pate and Mrs. WhaJev, Miss Til- stone. Mrs. and Miss Powell, Miss Franks, Mrs. Farrall, Mrs. Taylor and Miss Addis, Mr. F. Lloyd, Mrs. Millett, Mrs. Walley, and Mrs. Good- hart. After the tables had been cleared a capital concert was given. The large audience were most appreciative, and found frequent occasions for manifesting their enjoyment. The programme was as follows:—Pianoforte duet. "The Lake'' and "Tho Polonaise" (Leon D'Ourville), Miss Constance Jones and Mr. T. Pate; song, "Rain- bow," Miss Kathleen Webster; song and chorus in costume, "Ooo" (encored), Miss E. James and I.J..L- H IT T* T4T:I.~L~11 n T IV' T:'t party ttne lviisses r. ivxiujiieu, ¡: Jeitery, Powell, D. James, G. Jamee, E. Cheshire, E. Jones and E. Atkinson); violin solo., "Danse des Lutins" (Andro la Tarche), Mr. H. C. James-; song, "A Little Summer Shower." Mrs. Hamil- ton recitation from Tennyson, Miss Irene Park; song and chorus in costume, "Shamrock" {en- cored). Miss James and party; song, "Sing me to sleep." Miss K, Webster (vioJin obliga.to by Mr. James); song, "No, Sir" (encore, "Within a mile o' Edinbord Town"), Mrs. Hamilton; scenes from Indian camp l'fo, Mr. G. P. Mil- It tt; humorous sketch with dance from the "Geisha," Mr. F. H. Lloyd; song and chorus in costume, "Teasing" (encore, "Ivy:'), Miss James and party; violin solo, "Schcraetto" (Noel John- son), Mr. H. C. James; song and chorus in cos- tume, "Eileen Alannah," Miss James and party; humorous sketch from "Iolanthe" ("The Lord Chancellor's Song"), Mr. F. H. Lloyd.

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