preceding ones, the attendance and interest having been well maintained.
At the early morning prayer meeting on Sunday there were about 120 present, a few of the converts speaking. A feature of this week's services have been the solos, duets, quartettes, &c., in which the following have taken part:
Misses GRAY (2)
Mrs. R. G. GRAY
Mr. J. W. HUDDART
Mr. W. H. SISSON
Mr. S. GRAVE
The following ministers have supported the missioner during the week:-
F. H. KINCH, Christ Church
G. KENNEDY, Congregational
E. J. B. RICHARDS, Wesleyan
J. FORSTER, Primitive Methodist
There will be a big tea meeting and public meeting on Friday and the closing services will be held on Sunday in the Congregational, Primitive Methodist, and Wesleyan Methodist Churches. Mr. TOWERS' presentations of scripture truths have lost none of their earnestness, force, and clearness, and he has been listened to with marked attention.