Almondbury Parish Church Year Book (1913)

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Church . . Year Book, ...---

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Parish of All Saints,

ALMONDBURY.

Bishop of the Diocese-The Right Rev. George Rodney Eden, D.D., Lord Bishop of Wakefield.

Archdeacon-The Venerable William Donne, MA., Archdeacon of Huddersfield.

Rural Dean-=Rev. Canon H. Walsham How, M.A., Vicar of Meltham, and Rural Dean of Huddersfield.

PAROCHIAL - CLERGY, Rev. C. D. Hoste, M.A., The Vicarage. Rev. P. Houghton, B.A., Longley Old Hall. Rev. G. C, Barker, B.A., The Clergy House. Rev. HK. W. Blyth, B.A., The Clergy House.

CHURCH OFFICERS. Churchwardens— Messrs. J. A. Brooke and W. H. Sikes.

Sidesmen—Messrs. F'. Adams, W. Barrett, A. H. Beaumont, J. E. Beaumont, D. Beldon, E. R. Benson, H. Bird, A. Booth, A. W. Clegg, J. W. Draper, T. Dyson, J. H. Hastwood, G.S. Eyre, J. Golden, A. Hall, J. Halstead, J. A. Horne, J. Leigh, T. Leigh, C. McGauvran, G. Roebuck, EH. Samuel, L. L. Schofield, W. Scholes, J. S. Sharp, F. Shaw, Fred Shaw, J. Smith, 8. Thornton, J. Thorp, J. Wood, 0.

Waddington. Sacristan - Mr. J. KH, Beaumont. Organist i - : - Mr. G. F. Garner.

Choirmaster - Mr. J. W. Jenkinson.

Verger . Mr. H. Rice.

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2 PARISH CHURCH.

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CELEBRATIONS OF HOLY COMMUNION,

First and Third Sundays in the Month ne 8 a.m. and Mid-day. Other Sundays ue ie a as Sam. Thursdays _... svi si eee os by 8 a.m. HolyDays According to notice.

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SUND AYS-—-Mattins and Sermon ns ai 10-30 a.m. (with Litany 2nd and 4th Sundays). Evensong and Sermon... oot oe 6-30 p.m.

HOLY DAYS—Children’s Service __... a 4-35 p.m. in Sumer ‘és tae 45 p.m. in’ Winter. MATTINS Daily, at 8-30 (except on Monday, when it is at 9-30), with Litany on Wednesday and Friday. Evensong at 6-30 . INTERCKSSIONS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS AND ADDRESS— The First ‘Tuesday in the Month at 7-30 p.m. HOLY BAPTISM—Sunday, 3-30 p.m. Notice should be given N.B.—There is no ree for Holy Baptism. CHURCHING OF WOMEN—Before or after any Week-day Service by arrangement with the Clergy. VISITATION OF THE SICK—AIl sick persons and others desiring the pastoral visits of the Clergy, should send to them without any hesitation or delay.

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CHOIR. Bass—J. K. Beaumont, J. Thorp, G. Eastwood, F. Sykes, G Scarr, J. W. Jenkinson, F McGauvran, W. Hardcastle, J. Flinton.

Tenor — J. Wood, 8. Roebuck, Joe Boothroyd, A. Booth, F, Eyre, H Hall, A McGauvran.

Alto —A. Boothroyd, J. W. Varley, H. Taylor, H. Rice, W. McGauvian, | J. T. Boothroyd, J. North, J. Gelder.

Treble—¥'. Boothroyd, G. Emmerson, 8. Thorp, C. Hall, N. Beaumont, T. Wood, G. MacDonald, J. Dearnley, A. Lodge, J. K Beaumont, C. M. MacDonald, A. B. Boothroyd, KE. McGauvran, L. Broadbent H, Briggs, T. Thorp, T, Noble, H. Mellor, R. Burford. COMMUNICANTS’ GUILD.

General Secretary—Miss Freeman Treasurer ~My. T. Leigh.

CLASS SECRETARIES : Women's Class A ~ Miss Thorp.

Young Women’s Class B—Miss Wilson and Miss Midgley. Men’s Class C—Mr. F. Adams. Newly Confirmed Girls’ Class —Miss E. Roebuck.

~ In charge of the Altar Linen—Miss A. Farrer. i », Llate—Miss Whiteley. i, » lowers—Miss D. Draper.

VOLUNTARY CHURCH CLEANERS.

Sanctuary—Mrs. Adams, Mrs. H. W. Mellor, Mrs. Q. W. Eastwood, Mrs. H. Beaumont. Chancel—Mrs. J. H. Eastwood and Mrs. Priestley. Mrs. Horne and Mrs. Rowe, Mrs. A. W. Clegg and Mrs. Samuel, Mrs. Emmerson and Mrs. Fleming. Kaye Chapel—Mrs. J. W. Nutton, Misses G. Dobson, Alice Mail, Noble, M. Noble, L. Noble, D. Dobson, A. Burkitt,

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All Saints’ Parish, Almondbury—

SUNDAY SCHOOL.

Superintendent - - - “ Mr, T. Leigh. Young Women’s Bible Class - - ~ Mrs. Henry Kaye. : Girls, ; Class 1—Miss Farrer Class 5—Miss Robertson » 2—Miss Morton » 6—Miss E. Day » &—Miss Golden » 7—Miss L. Noble » 4-—Mrs. Hoste 8 Miss Mail » °~ ) Miss W. Sikes Boys. Class 1—Miss HK. A Brook Class 5—Miss KE. Boothroyd » 2—Miss M. Moore ,, 6§—Miss D. Dobson » 3—Mr. O. Waddington » 7—Miss H. Noble ,5, 4—Miss J. B. Clark 8—Miss Leigh Infants.

Morning— Misses F. Berry and E. Bird. A fternoon— Misses Hinchliffe, M Dodson and J. Clark, MEN’S BIBLE CLASS—Sundays at 2-30—The Vicar. Mr. A. Hall, Hon. Sec, Mr. J. Bradley, Asst. Sec, Mr. G. Stake, Hon Treas, YOUNG MEN’S BIBLE CLASS, 2-15 p.m. Messrs W. Scholes, G. Roebuck and J. W. Jenkinson.

THE CHURCH COUNCIL Consists of the Clergy, Churchwardens and Sidesmen of the Parish Church, and the Sidesmen of the Mission Churches. LAY REPRESENTATIVES AT THE DIOCESAN CONFERENCE. Mr. A. Hall and Mr. W. Scholes.

DISTRICT VISITORS AND MAGAZINE DISTRIBUTORS. 1 Northgate W., from Church to Wormald Street,

with Wormald Street ... Mrs. E. Mellor 2 from Wormald Street to Somerset Road and Brickbank .. Mrs. Leigh 3 E., from Blacksmith’s Yard to Brickbank ... Miss Freeman 4 Watercroft a ces ... Mrs. A. H. Beaumont 5 Almoadbury Bank — 3 uy ... Miss L. Robertson 6 Westgate South to Sharp Lane hat ... Miss G. MacDonald 7 Grasscroft ... Miss M. A. Sykes S ‘Westgate South, from Sharp Lane to end ... Miss Whiteley 9 Westgate North, with Longcroft it ... Mrs. Horne 10 Kaye Lane hs » Mrs. J. H. Hastwood 11 Almondbury Bottoms and Common Mrs. J. Clark

12 Top of Fenay Lane, St. Helen’s. Gate with Westgate, Nos: 1 to 23, Northgate H. to , Blacksmith’s Yard ei By Miss Farrer 13 Townend and part of Somerset Road... ... Mrs. Fussey 14 Longley Road and part of Somerset Road .« Mrs. T. Capper

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4 Ali Saints’ PFaresh, Almondbury— Continued.

District Visitors AND Magazine Distriputrors—Cvntinued,

15 Bottom of St. Helen’s Gate a sae ... Mrs. Kelly - 16 Birks Ws cae ra se Miss Blakeburough 17 Sun Green ... sds as .. Mrs. Brooke

18 ‘Thorpe and Quarry Hill... Mrs. Eenson

19 Fenay Bridge he ie Miss Annie Hilt and Miss Annie Tordoff 20 8. Michael’s District...Miss Batley, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Vigne, Miss Inman

Parish Magazine Secretary—Myr. T. Leigh. ALMONDBURY CENTRAL AND LOWERHOUSES CHURCH DAY SCHOOLS. Chairman of School Managers—The Vicar. Treasurer —Mr, J. A. Brooke. <Assistant Treasurer-—Mr J, E. Beaumont.

Managers Kiected by Subscribers—Messrs. J. 8. Ainley, F. W. Beadon, J. E. Beaumont, T. B. Bentley and J. Todd.

Managers Nominated by the Huddersfield Town Council—Mr. Spurdens, Councillor Lawton and Councillor Padgett

Correspondent—The Vicar. Clerk to the Managers—Rev. P. Houghton.

ALMONDBURY CENIRAL NATIONAL SCHOOL. Head Master—Mr. L. L. Schofield. Assistants—Misses Blakeborough, E. A. Brook, J. B. Clark and Mr. Hirst. Infants’ Mistress—Miss Winchlifte. Assistants—Misses M. Dodson and A. Hastey.

GIRLS’ FRIENDLY SOCIETY. Sec, of Almondbury and Newsome Branch—Mrs. Hoste.

Hon, Associates—Lady Frances Legge, Mrs. Mellor, Miss Parkin, Mrs. J. A. Brooke, Mrs. H. Kaye, Mrs. Benson.

Working Associates—Mrs. Murphy, Miss Farrer, Miss M. Draper, Mrs. Houghton, Miss Ainley. MOTHERS’ MEETING, Mrs. Hoste, Mrs. E. Mellor, Mrs W. H. Sikes.

MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. | Warden - The Vicar. Hon, See, and Treas. - Miss M. I. Noble. Hon. Sec, Mission to Seamen - Mr. J. A. Horne. Hon, Sec. South African Railway Mission—Miss Pontefract.

BROTHERHOOD OF 8. ANDREW. Leader—Mr. J. W. Jenkinson Sec.—Mr. L. L. Schofield. Members — Messrs. A. H. Beaumont, J. E. Beaumont, H. W. Mellor, J. A. Horne, J. Flinton, H 8S. Roebuck. BELL RINGERS.

Messrs J. Jenkinson (¢apt.), Arthur Garner, J. Robertson, Frank Blakeborough, . J. W. Nutton, W. Moorhouse, Joe Boothroyd, J. E. Carter, W. Lodge.

MOTHERS’ UNION. Associate - Mrs. J. A. Brooke,

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All Saints? Parish, BALANCE SHEET. &c.

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Almondbury — Continued,

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CHURCHWARDENS’ ACCOUNTS. Easter, 1912, to Easter, 1913, 1% wd,

Balance in hand Easter, ies ma Bank Interest

Offertories—

For Church = awe le 2 »» Special Objects ..166 11 5.

»» sick and needy

Thursday and_ Special Week-day Celebration Offertories

On Easter Day for the Rev. C D. Hoste, M.A.

John F. Ramsden, a ; Subscription ... Sale of Old Gas Meter.. Bell Tolling Fees, per the Viear ..: From Roof Repair Fund

6S 8 oe £4 —— 16 4 4 7411 4 —-—— 7411 4 8. LAS 8 1 24 ——— 9 igi £492 9 9

Audited and found correct, March 24th, 1913—THomas LtIcH,

JOHN EDWARD BEAUMONT,

PAYMENTS. £ s Curacy Fund... a oa A 2 Guild Fund od ‘ay Me a eS Sunday Schools oC Universities Mission Central Africa iat Re oe Society Propagation of the Gospel os ke ae S.P.G. Western Canada Fund _... ao S.P.G. Women’s Work a ih 11 National Society . — ae Mansion House “Titanic” Fund . 21 4 Ripon & Wakefield ee ra Student- ship Association ... ooo Books for the Choir ie eo) uo 2g Waifs and Strays Society ... i Ve he Oxford Mission to Calcutta a 11 Hudder field Royal Infirmary _... ee ae Wakefield Diocesan Fund ‘a Sc) a ae Mission to Jews East London ee Mission to Seamen i = Lent Fund, for Curacy Fund 413 vs South African Railway Mission 4 13 Thur sday and Special Week-day Celebration Offertories— For the Guild Fund 5s 8.2 For the Missionary Association eS The Vicar, for Sick and Needy 20° 2 On Easter Day, for Rev. C. D. Hoe, MA 74 11 Salaries—H. Rice, Verger oe . 37 16 Jc Wid enkinson, Choirmaster ay 208 George F. Garner, Organist... ae John J enkinson, for Ringers... Len 8 John Jenkinson, for Tower Cleaning ... 2 12 Abbott and Smith, Organ n Regulating... & 9 Choir Trips ih OE Choir Boys’ Prizes | Ee: 2 J. Wood & Sons—Music for the Choir ... 2 10 Fire Insurance ° 10 18 Employers’ Liability Insurance a. Visitation Fees Printing—B. Brown & Son. Es Je 18 Bemrose & Co., Limited Pst 14 Communion Wine—W. RK, Skeffington .. 4 4 | Surplice Washing—Mrs.Kitson,for Clergy 3 Mrs. Samuel,f or Choir 3 6 Roof Repairs—George Slater & Son i ee Huddersfield ret Electric Supply ioe For Ww ater Supply | ; ae Fuel—A. & S. Dransfield . 4 wee 13 Daniel Wainwright aay New Osram Lamps— Robert Turner 8 19 Wiring Inside Organ—Robert Turner .. 10 Pipe Repair—Alfred Crowther ... eis 6 Balance in hand Easter, 1913 ae tg 6 £492 9

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All Saints’ Parish, Almondbury— Continued. . CURACY FUND.

Ist July, 1912 to 30th June, 1918. £

a ee in hand -arish Church Collections — .Mary’s, Longley S. Mich: vel? s, Somerset Road Fenay Bridge Mission Lent Self- Denial Fund Church Box and Offerings Mr. J. i’. Ramsden The Earl of Dartmouth Mr. J. A. Brooke. Mr. W. H. Sikes Mrs. H. N. Brooke Miss Freeman Mr. E. R. Benson Mr. J, S Ainley Mrs. J. H. Sykes Dr. Draper ; The late Mr. Henry Kaye Mr, J. Golden Mr. Taylor Dyson The Vicar i Parish Collection— Per Mr. W. Barrett Mr. Halstead | Mr. C. McGauvran... Mr, Thornton Mr. Hall Mr, J. Leigh Mr, Horne Mr. Adams Miss Brook

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Audited and found correct, July 29th, 1913—Joun EDwarb Braumont. MISSION ARY ASSOCIATION.

a Association Fund— Members’ Subscriptions 14 2 2 Thursday Collections comes melee Magazines sold 138 Collection at Annual Meeting... 1 6.83 Bank Interest ; 6 6 U.M.C.A.— Collections 4416 4 Subscriptions 4:8 Collections at 8. Mary’ Box at S Mary’s 1 Herbert Mwaimu 7&2 Collections—Parish Church ... 19 12 2 Do. Women’s Work 210 S. Mary’s... 114 6 S. Mary’s S, School 9.9 S. Michael’s 1148 Fenay Bridge 9 8 Parish Room Meeting 89 5 Fenay Bridge Lad’s Class Social 1 3 4 Subscription ye Sale of Work 4 ad oO Boxes ) a ae toe do. S. Mary’s 16 6 Medical Missions (Boxes) 8.8.2 Western Canada Fund (Collection). Dm oe Oxford Missions to Calcutta £174 1 6

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es. di Rev. P. Houghton .150 Rev. C. W. Smith 108 15 (0 Rev. k. W Blyth aa. 8 Rev. G. C. Barker a Clergy House—Rent ... 47 11 3 Poor Rate 213° Income Tax 8 2 House Duty 2. Repairs pa 7 Longley Old Hall—Rent ... ~~ ae. Oo Employers’ Liability Insurance .. 1 8 Balance in hand ih ei BS £517 12 7 os Expenses— Magazines ee Postage .. : 3 Remitted to U.M, C. A. — Per Receipts Contra in Bee - 9 Grant from Association Fund... 10 9 11 Remitted to S l.G.— Per Receipts Contra, General Fund ... ; ih Grant from Association Fund... 8 Special Funds— Medical Missions re 5 a2 Western Canada Fund. 8.ii Grant from Association — Fund to North China Mission 310 Oxford Mission to Calcutta 1 £174 1 6

Audited and found correct, J. K. January 18th, 1913.

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Ali Saints’ Parish, Almondbury — Gontinued,

COMMUNICANTS’ GUILD FUND.

Easter, 1912, to Easter, 1913.

£s. d. es Pee, in hand _... a .. 12 2 4 | J. Wippell & Co, (Vases) ... org aes Fenay Bridge Guild ai 9 3 | R. Burnett & Co. ener St. Michael’s __,, fee cok ais he Chas. Farris . a Ee aT St. Mary’s os (carriage) 1 5 Church Collections— Fenay Bridge (new Altar Frontal) 210 Ascensiontide 212 9 | J. 8. Sharp (Flowers) : wD Dedication Festival 315 8 | B. Brown & Son (Printing) di a Half Thursday and Special The Vicar (Use of Parish Room) . 212 Week-day Celebrations 8 2 2 | Balancein hand ... ie IP ee Collected at ne Classes 1 4 3 Interest od 10 £30 6 6 £30 6 6 T. LeicH, Treasurer. SUNDAY SCHOOL FUND. From Easter, 1912 to Easter, 1913. a, £s. d Balance in hand... ae .. 1613 7 | Half Offertory on Whit-Sunday Offertory—Whitsunday .. yin. given to the three Mission Collected by Sunday School Churches ... iD 8 Teachers ... . 1614 2 | Cost of Whitsnntide Festival 15 13 10 Sale of Hymns and 2 1411 | Sunday School Class Register 3:2 14 Interest : 14 »» U Brigtes 11 19 10 Annual Subscriptions 9 5 | Parish Room for Sunday School New Year’s Tea and Enter- 3 purposes ... 2 tainment ... . 1412 3 | One-sixth of certain Expenses of Admission to Prize Distribution Ade Day School 6 Balance in hand 2617 8 E7L 6 1 £71 6

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SICK AND POOR FUND.

Easter, 1912 to Haster,

kh Balance Easter 1912 ad oe Parish Church Collections . 24 = ne |

Fenay Bridge Collections ...

£3218 1

19138. £ a. d. Cash per Clergy Ja ee Convalescent Homes 513 4 Surgical Appliances 215.08 Groceries Supplied oe 2 Milk supplied ro i 2 Nursing i 12 Balance _ oid 8 £32 18 1

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All Saints’ Parish, Selmondbury—Gontinued.

ALMONDBURY CENIRAL AND LOWERHOUSES SCHOOLS.

From ist July, 1912 to 30th June, 1913.

Balance in hand Use of Central School for Con- certs, Entertainments, &c. Use of Room to Hudd. Corpo ra- tion for Collecting Gas Avcs. Vocal Union Grant to Central School Use of Lowerhouses School for Concerts, Meetings, &c.

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house : oes Bentley, rent of Lower- houses Schoolhouse Parkin’s Charity Sunday School, Charge Interest Subscriptions — Mr. J. 8. Ainley J. A Brooke F. W. Beadon K, R. Benson. ki. H. Brown J. E. Beaumont... T. B. Bentley », David Beldon Miss Freeman a Mr. Joseph Golden Rev. C. D. Hoste Mr. E. W. Hallas », Thomas Leigh Miss Parkin Mr. W. H. Sikes 33 @. Todd

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£s.d Huddersfield Corporation— Gas Account, Central School . § 0. 90 Lowerhouses School ll. 4 Colouring Walls, Coal, Coke, &e , Central School ee Ore Herbert Rice—Borough Rate, Caretaker’s house 17 10 Water Rent, Lowerhouses Schoolhouse tae 3 Coal, Coke, &c , Lowerhouses School Borough Rate, Lowerhouses Schoolhouse a 217° 3 Poor Rate 1.4 Wakefield Diocesan Association of Ci hurch Schools—Central School 1 6 9 Lowerhouses_,, 2 Wakefield "Diocesan Societies’ Religious Inspection for Central School 10 6 Lowerhouses ,, 10 6 Pickles Bros. —Repairing Play- eround Central School 10 14 6 J. Stansfield & Son—Repairs Central School... 218 2 i Central School House 3 9 Ground Rent—Central School ... YY -~Lowerhouses RR G. Garton & Son— —Repairs Lower- houses School . 2 8 6 —Central 3.42 9 Herbert Rice—Preparing School for Concerts, Entertainments, &c. 12. «6 House Duty—Lowerhouses Schoolhouse 10 9 Calvert & Co.— Repairs Central | Sehool 3 J. F. Ramsden—Snow boar ds, : Lowerhouses School _.. 18 Hirst Bros.—Repairs Lowerhouses School | : Ecclesiastical Insurance— Lowerhouses School... 1 3 Central 5 2 Parkin’s Charity—Claimed by Education Authority 3.13 Licence for Music, Dancing, etc., Central School D Lowerhouses School 5 J.E Carter —Repairs Central School 4 P. R. Littlewood—Repairs Central : School 1 A, E, Hewer—Repairs Central Schoolhouse 3 Balance in the Bank ... 24 4 £92 10 4

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9 Ail Saints’ Paresh, Almondbury — Gontinued.

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFERTORY FUND.

From Easter, 1912 to Easter, 1913.

; = % 4, £ es d. Balance in hand hs oo toe Balance in Huddersfield Interest as ee 15 8 Society . 3411 5 Received during year wi oe £34 11 5 £34 11 5

CHURCH BELLS REPAIR FUND.

£ s. d. £ ae In hand Be a a .. 216 2 | Transferred to the Churchwardens’ Fund, October, 1913 aioe ee £216 2 "£216 2

S8IcK NURSING APPLIANCES FUND.

£8 few In hand cae a a coast | 3 i | Transferred to Sick Toor Fund, October, 1913 ork ote £1 311 £1 311 CHURCH ROOF REPAIRS FUND. oy £ s. d. £s d In hand ie Sige .. lL 2 1] Transferred to Churchwardens’ Fund, February, 1913 2d ei 2 1| £121 SOUTH AFRICAN CHURCH RAILWAY MISSION. July 1st, 1912 to June 30th, 1913. £s ad. £s. d. Subscription to eee re 217 9 Paid Miss Astley, Treasurer Missionary Boxes Me 22 2 S,A.C.R.M. 1S 6 0} Parish Lent Fund fe co Children’s Lent Fund _... oe 3 Fenay Bridge Sunday School Collections 8 104 Subscription Rev. C. D. ‘Hoste... 1 oa Rev. A,L Burnham 5 | £13 6 0$ £13 6 O04

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St, Mary’s—-Gon tinued.

LOWERHOUSES NATIONAL SCHOOL,

School Managers— See Almondbury Central and Lowerhouses Church Day Schools.

Head Mistress —~Miss G. Brook. Assistant Teachers—Miss A. Brook, Miss Tyndale, Miss EH. Bird.

“COMMUNICANTS’ GUILD.

See. - Mr, H. Atkinson.

Girls’ Sec.—Miss A. Armitage.

MOTHERS’ UNION.

Associate - -

Mrs. Beadon.

SEWING MEETING. Hon. Treasurer and See.—Mrs. Houghton. Committee—Mrs Chambers, Mrs. Bentley and Mrs. Greenhow.

GIRL’S FRIENDLY SOCIETY. Associate - Mrs. Houghton.

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CHURCH EXPENSES FUND.

Easter, 1912 to

fw oe. To Balance in hand Easter, 1912 2: 2 ,, Collections--Church Expenses 26 14 Special objects on 15 10 2 ,, Received from Christmas Tea 514 ,, sick and Needy ie 4 ee ,, Lent Fund ae a Berg & Due to Treasurer ae Ls 2 Bin £56 10 14

ALBERT EASTWOOD, Auditor,

Easter, 1913.

Church Cleaning » Warming » Lighting Choir Master Organist Organ Blower Church Insurance © Ground Rent, 14 years Water Rent Cleaning Materials Choir Trip B. Brown & Son, Printing Crowther and Shaw, Plumbers Special Collections— ‘Sunday Schools Fund Huddersfield Royal Infirmary Wakefield Diocesan Fund . Sick and Poor Fund Curacy Fund Guild Fund St, Andrew’s Brotherhood Oxford Mission to Calcutta ... Mission to Seamen and Jews... Lent Fund ; U.M.C.A.

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SEWING MEETING FUND.

September, 1912 to September, 1913. gS 4, Balance in hand is ... 19 1 63 | Schofield and Oldfield Members’ Subscriptions Printing Bank Tickets Goods Sold ot .. & 6 84 | Materials Sewing Teas oe .. 6 OW 8 |-Bank Tickets From Sale of Work te 5 | Church Cleanirzig Subscriptions to Church Cleaning Balance Fund bo 8 Bank Tickets .. 20 1 Interest oan £61 7 4

CHURCH IMPROVEMENT FUND.

Easter, 1912 to Easter, 1913. S464 4: Balance in hand . 2011 4 | Balance in hand Donations , wae 8 Sale of Work S148 9 Interest 10 10 £105 1 1B 8 8 PIANO FUND. September, 1912 to September, 1973. £s. d. Balance in hand ...  101] Balance in hand Hire of Piano ne ie So Interest 3 10 £8 6 2

SUNDAY SCHOOL FUND. Easter, 1912 to Easter, 19138.

£ 8s. d, Balance in hand 4 6 | Dransfield Cottage Whitsuntide Festival . 6 O |} Society of the Faith One-sixth Collections of Nelson’s Wall Pictures Church on ee. 118 7 | Prizes, Registers, etc. Interest 2 10 | Upkeep of Parish Room is Grant for Cupboard in Church ... Caretaker Balance in hand £11 16 11

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S. Michaels, Somerset Doad.

CELEBRATION OF THE HOLY COMMUNION. SUN DAY—Second in the Month, 8 a.m.

OTHER SERVICKS.

SUNDAY —-Children’s Service ss a bo a 10 a.m. Mattins and Sermon ib es a 11 a.m. Evensong and Sermon ... bic as .. 6-30 pm. ————

Sunday School 2-15 pm. Baptisms ... 3 p.m, and by arrangement with Mrs, Steele, 24, Mulberry Street.

CHURCH OFFICERS.

Sidesmen—Messrs. J. M. Beaumont. W. Duckworth (Treas.), A. Dyson (Sec.), H. J. K. Inman.

Choirmaster—Rev. G. C. Barker. Organist—Mr. A. Field.

Choir Men—Messrs. A. Armitage, H. Benson, H. Dean, A. Douglas, K. Field. F. Hirst, W. Hirst, R. Hopkinson, W. Jones, W. Schofield, S. Waddington, EK. Whiteley.

Choir Boys—\1. Balmforth, G. Calvert, L. Carter, K. Duckworth, A. Dyson, H. Kastwood, L. Heaton, H. Johnson, W. Lindsay, J. T. Mell, A. Stead, A. Sutton. 2

Communicants’ Guild Seeretary—Mrs. F. Haigh. Caretaker —- Mrs. Steele.

SUNDAY SCHOOL. Superintendent — Rev. G. OC. Barker,

Teachers —Miss Batley, Mr, H. Dean, Miss E. Dyson, Miss M. Fisher, | Miss Ada Steele, Miss Annie Steele, Miss Worth, Mr. P. Benson, Mr. E. Field, Mr. Heaton, Miss Wildsmith.

Yonng Men’s Bible Class—Mr. W. Duckworth.

SEWING PARTY.

Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. Benson, Mrs. Booth, Mrs. Calvert, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Clegg, Mrs. W. Duckworth, Mrs. A. Dyson, Mrs. Fletcher, Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Spivey, Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Waddington, Mrs. Whiteley,

Miss Balmforth, the Misses Sellers, Miss Worth, Mrs. Beaumont,

Mrs Dyson, Miss Nettleton, Mrs. Quiiliam, Mrs. Roberts.

MAGAZINE DISTRIBUTORS. Miss Batley, Mrs Hill, Miss Iuman, Mrs, Vigne.

GIRLY’ FRIENDLY SOCIETY. A ssociate—Miss Ainley.

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15 St. Merchael’s— Continued.

BALANCE SHE®TS.

CHURCH EXPENSES FUND. Easter, 1912 to Easter, 1913.

RECEIPTS, = ¢. EXPENSES. & ed, Cash in Bank Easter, 1912 Mrs. Steele (Caretaker) 1 (ae an 4, .. 3&8 8 44 | Huddersfield oe Collections— Gas se 11 4 Church Expenses ne wn a8. Coke ane a Titanic Fund as oe Electric Light ao oo /* Sunday School ae 2 ae oe Water aa a ee Building Fund te SUED EO Garner ae 10 6 S.P.G. a vai 11 14 ‘. Calvert veh a: 8 Royal Infirmary ay 13 10 eee Brenard and Co.,. Wakefield Nias Fund 9.3% Electric Lamps Be 15 Proceeds of Concert ih 18 6 Fire Insurance A 15 9 Garden Party ie aoe Mr, Smith (Organist) 4 4 Grant from Football Club bal 10 Stoker 2 6 », Choir Social wi fae Grant to Choir Trip 110 3 Loan of Crockery hes . = J. Berry, Tinner 8 6 Congregational Tea “ch GY Bat Messrs. Holroyd and Co, i 36 Grant from Lad’s Club sill 5 Messrs, Crowther and Shaw 2 Bank Interest 4 LS 11 ‘Mr J, EK, Dyson 3 6 Titanic Fund 10 4 Sunday School Fund i ok ae Building Fund cae Ee 8.P.G. 11 1k Royal Infirmary 13 10 Diocesan Fund ass 9 2 Curacy Fund i. 20: 8 Cash in Bank «a Cash in hand .. Se & £82 10 54 £82 10 5% Audited and found correct March 31st, 1913—ALLEN Dyson, yd, K INMAN, J. M. Peavmonr. BUILDING FUND. £ : £ es d, Balance in Bank Sey . 174 1b 4 | Various sums paid on account by Sums paid and promised as Resolution of Building Com- Account published Aug. ‘1913. 18 11 mittee os . 945 8 O Per Mr. W. Duckworth .. 3 12 2 | Cheque Book 2 6 Lt. Col. and Mrs. Koe .- SO O | Sums Promised and not yet paid 255 Balance in Bank . 960 15 11 £2161 6 5 £2161 6 5 Oct , 1913, ©. D, Hoste, T W. DucKWoRTH, } SUNDAY SCHOOL FUND. Eater, 1912 to Easter, 1913, RECEIPTS, G8... d. EXPENDITURE. & «. ad. Balance Easter, 1912 a 16 2 | Faith Press (Part Payment) we eC Whitsunday Collection 8 | B. Brown and Son (handbills for Share of Parish Church Whitsun- Sunday School Concert) 3 6 day Collection ae 6 | Whitsuntide Treat SO 41 Collections at Sunday School Faith Press (Part Payment) 7 3 Festival a wo Lk 7 8 4 Registers 6 Subscriptions for Treat os 2ae 1) ee ey oe ee Sunday School Prize Giving, Balance 4 ¢ December !1th, 1912 ck ae Sale of Stamp Albua.us ti 7 3 Bank Interest ate to Donation ve 10 Part Payment for Prizes is 5 6

£10 2 10 £10 12 10

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Bridge Mission Boom.

SERVICES. 8 am. ve as Holy Communion, Ist Sunday in Month. 10-30 am. ... ve Children’s Service and Catechising. 2-30 p.m. Jil i Sunday 6-30 p.m. ... i: Evensong and Sermon.

CHURCH OFFICERS. Sidesmen— Messrs. J. W. Barrow, C. Hill, W. N oble. Catechist - Mr. L. L, Schofield. Organist - Mr. 8. L. Hall.

CHOIR. Choir Master - Mr. A. Nuttall.

Choir J. W. Barrow, T. Irving, N. Lodge, W. Paterson, N. Rangeley, EH. Stead, F. Wade, W. Wilson.

Choir Boys—S. Berry, H. Denton, N. Draper, W. Draper, ‘I’. Goodyear, S. Hepworth, E. Hepworth, T. Huizinger, I’. Jessop, ¥’. Mellor, A. Mitchell, H. Roebuck, D. Shaw, H. Sutcliffe, H. Wright, W. Wright.

Communicants’ Guild Secretaries—Misses KE. Clark and F. Sykes.

Working Committee,

Mrs. James Beaumont, Miss Bentley, Miss Burnley, Miss Brierley, Miss A. Brierley, Mrs. W. H. Jessop, Mrs. Murphy, Miss Pontefract, Mrs. Priestley, Mrs. Allen Sykes, Messrs. J. W. Barrow, C. Hill, W. Haigh, W Noble, Paterson and KE. Stead,

SUNDAY SCHOOL. Superintendent - Mr. J. H. Halstead. Teachers—Miss M. Beaumont, Miss Blakeborough, Miss EK. Booth, Miss Is. Clark, Miss A. Craigie, Miss A. Hill, Miss M. Metcalfe.

Miss F. Sykes, Miss K. Stead, Miss Vevers, Mr. J. W, Barrow, Mr. KH. Stead.

GIRLS’ FRIENDLY SOCIETY. Associates - Mrs. Brooke and Mrs. 'T. W. Murphy.

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BALANCE SHEETS.

CHURCH EXPENSES FUND.

£ 8. Balance, Easter, 1912 ... Collections— Sick and Poor Fund... 2 General Expenses... 14 Lent Fund _... 1 Children’s Lent Fund S.A.R.M. ye S.P.G. National ‘Society Titanic Disaster Fund Sunday School Fund... 12 Church of England Waifs and Strays ... 13 Huddersfield Intirmary 16

— NIN SONK OD

Wakefi’d Diocesan Fund So 4

Proceeds of Men’s Concert Proceeds of Lads’ Concert for S.P G.

Grant from Sale of Work...

5s scouts’ Concert. and Hire

of Room »» Cricket Club as », Guild, for Frontal Hire of Crockery, &e

From Sunday School to Organist’

Salary ; Sale of Stove

a. 8:8 a mod 10 3 7 3 8 fh 4 6 5 9

jot

1) bo oo Soon oo Cf

£63 6 6

R

CONDO:

Sick and Poor Fund Lent Fund ... Children’s Lent Fund ae ; S.A.R.M., per Miss Pontefract ... SP per Miss Noble. Collection and Concert. 6d. per box National Society sis Titanic Disaster Fund _... a Sunday School Fund ie 12 Church of England Waifs & Strays 13 : 16

m bs t

er pooh bo “IIe

' Huddersfield Infirmary

Wakefield Diocesan Fund... ies 6 Contribution to Curacy Fund ... 10 Caretaker (50 weeks at 5s.) ie ae Organist (3 quarters at 10s.) sie Coal 18s 3d., Gas £2 12s. 10d., Water 4s. 6d. eas nee ae Fire Insurance 14s. , Insurance Stamps 16s. 1d. ... ie io OD | Choir Outing Grant (cme Mr, Webster (Plumbing) .. inte a Mr. Cowgill sin 12

Horbury House of Mercy (Frontal £5, Surplice et. 1s. 4d.) 6 1

feed of

md = ~] own

Mr. Moorhouse (Cassock) .. oct bb Ground Rent 1 Cleaning, Repairs, Sundries a, 214 Books and Music .. hes ces Balance, Easter, 1913 oe £63 6

GENERAL PURPOSES FUND.

Balance, Easter, 1912 a Grant from Sale of Work... Share of Interest ;

& aa, 2a 18 es 9 4

£40 12 4

6

4a. Messrs. Wilby & Jessop 6 15 Singer Sewing Machine ... 9 Messrs. Coates & Bairstow (Pictures) ... 5 1 Messrs. Conacher (r epairs ‘to Harmonium) ea (Sa 10 Balance, Easter, 1913 a iy ae oe £40 12

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Penay Brrvdge—bentinued.

SUNDAY SCHOOL FUND, 1912-13.

ee a £ s. d, Balance, Easter 1912 uc An 19 7 .| . Prizes... 3 13 10 Collections, Whit-Sunday .. 119 5 | Registers 3 5 Balance from Whit-Monday Treat 13 4 | Books 217. 6 Door Money at Prize Giving 15 3 | Organist i 6 9 Grant from Sale of Work... Lo BS O98 Mrs. Hoste ... be ve “an. Share of Interest... oie 9 4 | Balance, Easter, 1913 Me waa £8 16 11 £8 16 11


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