Rev. Earee accident, Taueru, 1902

Shortly after leaving Taueru last evening (about a quarter to six o'clock) where he had held afternoon service, the Rev. Wyndham Earee had a mishap which might have proved fatal to himself and his horse. The trap he was driving literally came in two without any warning whatever--the wheels, springs and axle-tree broke clean off from the body of the trap, which, falling to the ground, caused the horse at once to bolt.

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Rev Wyndham Earee farewelled, 1905

St Matthew's Sunday-school was packed to the doors last evening, when the parishioners tendered a farewell social to their departing Vicar [Rev. Wyndham Earee]. On the platform were seated the Rev. D. J. Murray and Mr P. L. Hollings, representing the local Methodist Church, the Rev. R. Young (Anglican), of Greytown, and prominent local Anglican churchmen.

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Installation of Rev. Mr Earee, 1897

Rev Earee and others sitting in garden - 01-25/18.digital

The installation of the Rev. Percy Wyndham Earee to the cure of souls at St. Matthew's, Masterton, took place in the Church last evening, the Venerable Archdeacon Fancourt, of Wellington, the Bishop's Commissary, performing the ceremony. There were three other visiting clergymen present, viz., Rev. W Ballachey (Carterton), Rev. Mr Young (Foxton), and the Rev. H. F. Hunt (Palmerston North).

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