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ANGLICAN GENERAL SYNOD

(PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Dunbdik, February 13. Tho Angl cut General Synod w a corntltoted <his Afternoon, the Prfmatp, Biahnp Harper, prea ding. In hla opening nddreta, after referring t3 tho Increase la the numbers of tho On a rob t ; ao.) the first meeting of the Synod thirty years «go, his Lordship went on to say that it wm a time when the Ohnroh had aright to expeot ax eapply of laborers from the young men who are being eduoated m the colony. He then raforred to thoqupailon of pastors and parishes, and at to whether when failures m provldlpg tho ttipeud occurred snob ohuroh thonld be entitled to the right of Domination. He referred, m passing, to * resolution m re r orenco to the status of the o'ergy In paroahhl distrlots, and to another about removal of olorgymen } concluding by referring to tho alteration m the mode of eleottag tho Bishop, And his own resignation. The Primate was thanked for hit address, and various appointments were made. On behalf of the Bishops attending the Liaibeth Conference, the Bishop of Nelson presented to the Primate a oopy of the onoyoiloal letter, and transactions of the Ctnferenoe. Servioes were held la the evening, when the Bishop of Nelson preaohed.

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ANGLICAN GENERAL SYNOD, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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ANGLICAN GENERAL SYNOD Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889

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