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DUNEDIN, March 5
'At the MeJhodist -Conference to-day the, Reyv Wi Slade': wag appoirited /official, representative / ■ of,-;,: the "Methodist Churcli to /various Methodist, .Conferences ,in'•'•'Groat/ Britain, 1; and Rev/ Mr Griffith'}.-'was'v'-afeM.ia*lied'-'.-w'ith'' Mr; Slacle ;as representative/to the • English/'Wesleyan. Conference and: was: given special coihi^eridatory/'lettprs.: f_jy_. .:•'/■/;,// Hoirie Mission affairs were introduced by Mr Veale ''(Treasurer)/:} The/iricbriae ■for./the fund/for-'l9l3::was £5861. The capital > account stands at £6288,. arid the average, interest earned was 5£ per cent. Estimates for 1914 showed income £5982/-: expenditure £5923. Assessments were accepted and grantt made on the .' basis ■/ of these. I estimates. ■'/' . ; An unofficial intimation was received of a bequest by Mr Collison; of ings, of £1000 to various -purposes-,.-.. of the/church. -.- ;;// •-.-,'- -•//• .'Y-//':/-'"//} '' It was; resolved: that, ari efrort/'ybe "made/to: secure Yfromy cprif erenc:e:: a /visit Yo, Ne-tv/Zealarid^fronV the Rev/-ValmbritJTrigge/iii 1915/-', /;
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METHODIST CHURCH., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914
METHODIST CHURCH. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914
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