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TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

SECOND DRAFT OF STATIONS

DUNEDXN, March 7. The second draft of stations was presented this morning, and was received without discussion. Suggestions will be received on Monday before the appointments are finally confirmed. The only changes from the first draft are as follow:—Auckland (Ayondale), Rev. J. A. Luxford; Franklin (Wajuku), Rev. 'H. T. Peat; ' Whangarei, Rev. H. Daniel] Rotorua, Rev. J. 11. Cable; New Plymouth, Rev. A. B. Chappell, M.A.; Rarigitikei, Rev. J. J. Mather; ,'Palmerston North (Ashurst), Rev. C. L. Carr; Sanson, Rev. R. P. Keall; Foxton, Rev., W. G. . Maslin; Johnstoneville (Porirua), Rev. O. Burnt; Blenheim (Tuamarina), Rev. A. Allen; Waimate (Nukuroa), probationer wanted; Waikouaiti, Rev. T. R. B. Woolloxall; Roxburgh, Rev. J. Benning.

'â– Appointments as Home Missionaries will be made after the confirmation of ministerial appointments. The suggested publication of a book by Dr.. Fitchett, entitled " What Methodism- Stands For/ .was introduced,and it was resolved to co--operate with the Australian Church in the publication. ' , The report of the committee on Methodist Union was adopted, gratification being expressed at the happy consummation .of the Union.

Hearty thanks were tendered to the Hon. W. F. Massey for his kindly offices;in securing the passing of the Methodist Union Act, and to _ Messrs Flesher and Luke for preparing the Bill. '

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TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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TO-DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914

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