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Wesleyan Conference.

L PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.] ( ,

Sidney, itfay 12.

At the "Wesleyan Conference to-day the debate on the powers of the General Conference was resumed. The Rev. Mr Fitchett, of Victoria, thought a compromise possible, and submitted a scheme, delegating to the annual Conference discretionary power to deal with its own requirements, and such matters specifially remitted to them. The Rev. J. J. Lewis, of New Zealand, pointed out that the scheme at present would not suit New Zealand. The question was referred "to a Oomihittee.'

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Wesleyan Conference., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2428, 13 May 1890

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Wesleyan Conference. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2428, 13 May 1890

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