KENNERLEY BOYS' HOME. The governors of the Kennerley Boys' Home held their annual meeting to day presided over by Mr. H. L. D'Em den. Captain Kallend, superintendent, reported that there were still 28 boys in the institution. The annual report mentioned the loss sustained by the Home in the death of Mr. H. T. Gould, who had been Governor since 1909, and chairman from 1926. Extensions to the value of £820 had been carried out to the buildings during the year. The necessary funds for improvements had been raised by the ladies' committee, While on holidays on the North-West Coast the boys of the home had raised £27 for local funds by means of con certs. Mr. Kallend had completed seven years of useful service at the home on March 1. The balance sheet show ed that the total receipts were £1577 and the expenditure £1551, leaving a credit of £26. The statement showed that the bequests to the Home during the year had totalled £316. Having been established in 1869 the home this year will celebrate its diamond jubilee, and arrangements are being made for this celebration from June 22 to June 27. A memorial service will be held at the Home on Sunday, the 23rd, when the Bishop will unveil tablets to the memory of Mr. Alfred Kennerley, the founder of the Home, and Messrs. F Stops and H. T. Gould, former govern ors.