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THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

Yesterday's Sitting. [by telegraph.] Dunedin, Jan. 30. Tho Wesleyan Conference resumed its sitting to-day, and agreed to the following allocation of ministers for the year 1880 —William Morley, Henry B. Dewsbury ; Auckland District : Auckland (Pitt street) John Hobbs and John Warren, supernumeries. Auckland (Wesley’s College)—Thomas Buddie. Home Mission and Church Extension Society—Thomas Buddie, General Secretary. Wakapuaka—A Home Missionary. Mahurangi—A Home Missionary. Auckland (Grafton Road and Parnell) —Geo. Bond, James Wallis ; Henry H. Lawrey and Jno. Wheelan, supernumeries. Thames—William J. Watkins. Coromandel—A Home Missionary. Upper Thames—One wanted,' Manukau—Jno. Law. Waikato and Pakehoki—Leonard M, Tsitt. Waikato—Henry Bull and Cornelius Griffin.

Raglan, Ahotea, and Kawhia —Cosh H. Schnackenburg ; Waremu Pafcene, native minister (Karakariki), Hamiona Ngaropi, native minister (Wha'awhata) ; Kaipara, William Si ttos (O tarn at sk e i); Andre wCI ark Coughey, Paparoa, Martin Luther ; (Waititi) Native minister. Wairoa—Geo. W. J. Spence (Aratapu). Hokianga—Thomas G, Hammond ; (Waiuri) Raraoka; Waikeripuru (Nahe Ke.) Kawakawa—Walter G. Salter, WhangaroaandMongonui—One wanted: Wi Waiona Powa (Kaeo). Whangarei Christopher Abernethy ; William Morlcy, Chairman of district. Taranaki and Wanganui District:—New Plymouth—David M‘Nicol ; Francis W. Marten and F. W. J. Sitt, Supernumeraries. Patea—Paul W. F. Fairclough. Wanganui—W. Lee, President of Conference ; Geo. Stanard, Snpernumary. Pangitekei—John A. Luxford. Manawatu —William B. Marten (Saudon); Frederick 0. Dewsbury, (Palmerston North); G. S. Harper, supernuniery. W. Lee, Chairman of district. Wellington District :—Wellington—W. Kirk, W. J. Williams (Thorndon); Lewis Hutson ; Maori mission Heteraki, Warihi. Hutt —W. Cannell. Grey town—Wm. G. Thomas Masterton —John Dukes. Napier—W. C. Olsen. Scandinavian Mission—Edward C. Neilson (Norsewood). Gisborne —John Dellow, Wm. Kirk, Chairman of tho District. Nelson District;— Nelson— Rainsford Bavin, W. Rouse. Richmond and Motueka—a Home Missionary. Grey mouth —Charles A. Standage. Rainsford Bavin, Chairman of the District. Canterbury District : Christchurch (Durham street) —Alex. Reid, William Baumbcr ; Jno. Aldred, supernumery. Christchurch (Oolumbo road) John S. Rish worth. Chrischurch (St. Alban’s) Jno. B. Richardson. Lyttelton—W. 11. Beck. Maori Mission—Tc Koti, Raupaki. Springston—J. S. Smalley. Leoston —W. Worsley. Kaiapoi—Jno. Armitage (editor of the “ New Zealand Wesleyan.”) Rangiora—James A. Taylor, Samuel J. Garlick. Amberley—a Home Missionary. Thnaru—Joseph H. Simmonda. Waivnate—Jno. J. Lewis. Teniuka —Wharton S. Harper. Ashburton —W. B. Keall. Chertsey and Rakaia (under the Superintendent of the Ashburton circuit). Jno. B. Richardson, Chairman of the district. Otago District ; —Dunedin (Trinity Church) —Edward Best, who shall change twice a quarter with Port Chalmers and once with Mornington. North-east Valley—A Home Missionary. Hyde—A Home Missionary. Waitomarto—A Home Missionary. Mornington—Lane Lawrey. Port Chalmers —Wm. Tinsley. Balclutha —A. Butler. Milton—Dave J. Murray. Lawrence —Thos. Fee. Roxburgh—Peter Wills. Invereargil—R. S. Bunn. Oamaru —Jno. Crump. Tapanui—Jno. Gray. Jno Crump, Chairman of district. Joseph Bullen, supernumerary, has permission to reside in England. Joseph Berry has leave of absence for one year to reside in England. Francis W. Isitt has permission to visit' England. '

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THE WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 55, 31 January 1880

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