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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

(PER PRKB3 ASSOCIATION. ) Dunkdin, January 26. At the Wesleyan Conference on Saturday morniDg a telegram was received from Palmerston North stating that the Rev Tlnsley was dangerously 111 A cablegram was received from the Rev MrDymonds President of the General Oonferenoe Baying that he had no power to suspend all fiction of the General Conference Id the matter of intercolonial exob&Dgee as requested by this conference ; also a cablegram from the ViotqriaD Conference saying they declined to join the He-* South Wale* and New Z aland Conferences m requeating the President of the General Oonferenoe to s lepend al) action re exchanges. After a lengthy discussion on the position of Ministers proposed for exohange, it was agreed to deal with the case of the Bey Stmmonds alone m order that negotiations may be entered into with the South Australian Oonferenoe, with a view to substitute another name for his. The Bey Murray volunteered to exchange with South Australia if the consent of his friends be obtained, and tjlmo given him to communicate. The afoond draft of •tations was read and the discussion thereof postponed till Monday.

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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2047, 26 January 1889

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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2047, 26 January 1889

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