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The Salvation Army.

DEPAETUEEOFGKNEEAL BOOTH.

Auckland, May 8 General Booth left for Sydney by b.s. Victoria this evening. Prior to leaving he addressed a large crowd of people on the wharf, and concluded by asking God's blessing upon the colony. Commissioner Nicol. the General's seoretary, forwarded the following cable message to London today:—" General Booth's N.Z. campaign has been a great success, one hundred and fifty one persona professing conversion m Auckland, and more than 600 during the 22 days he haa been m New Zealand. The General has delivered 18 speeches, six lectures, conducted four soldier meetings, and twelve consecration meetings, and attended 19 receptions since he arrived m New Zealand."

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The Salvation Army., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6565, 9 May 1905

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The Salvation Army. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6565, 9 May 1905

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