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Wesleyan Conference.

[pee press association.]

(Received May 15, 0.50 p.m.) Sydney, May 15,

The "Wesleyan Conference is debating a motion, recommending that class meetings should continue to be the test of membership ; tickets not to be withheld from those unable to attend by reason of affliction infirmity, or other reasonable cause.

Rev Mr Lewis of New Zealand, moved an amendment that the members of Australasian churches should have their names, enrolled in a class book, and be strongly advised to meet in class.

At the meeting of the Presbytery of Christchurch which opened yesterday the Rev A.. M. Beattie reported the result of the visitation to Flemington and Tinwald. The condition of the congregations in matters spiritual and their financial position was very satisfactory. The state of affairs was highly creditable to the Rev A. Blake, who was in charge. , , ,

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Wesleyan Conference., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890

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Wesleyan Conference. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890

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