PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY
(PBE PRKB3 ASSOCIATION.) Auckland. February i 7 The Presbyterian General Assembly at its Bitting on Saturday reso!vml thnt an endeavor be made to secure a Chines--oatechis!:, attention being drawn m tV report of t!ie Coramitteo to tbe fuc f that there was a lirge and neg'ested body of Uhiueafl oa the West Ooifit It was also decided to make special • ffortß to s. euro increase 1 iatareet m tho Maori UQiB-fioo. A warm disrußsion to k pUoo m re3peot of an application from the JRev, Wm.. Fell, of the Hutt, Welllington, for aimißsion to the P/esbyterl^u. ministry Tha Committee appointed to oonsider the matter reoommentied by nine vo'.en to eight that Mr Fell be admitted, should his views on ohurch doctrine aud polity bo found but the A seetnbly resolved not to eatertain tbe appiioation. The Bej-.'D. W. Bang man gave notice that be would move that the sabj ot be reconsidered.
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PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2066, 18 February 1889
PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2066, 18 February 1889
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