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Kiop Mson, who is returning to • amnesia, accompanied by Mrs. Wilson, .Mwr attending the Lambeth Conference, gWEiedaa address at St. Paul's Chapter I *. Melbonrne. Archbishop Qarke, Jao presided over a large audience, said ■..■"'-■"Jβ.Ms'.desire that Victoria should S*!® oo y ear ly to ih « mission. ; Wli SO j lstatedthatt .j l€ fiß i d of his comprised Norfolk Island, the .Hebrides, Banks, Torres and Solo- -™? Mauds, and the SanU Gruz group. S^ 1 Sofemon Islanders had not a the missioned learned «. love them. Eight years ago ™«-.hunting had ceased among .{9% .but '.cannibalism stiH existed of the islands. There £f (00. trained native missioners in , tat the-great want was white womea-workers. As the result to England he had secured 18 i IT jri 3 omen for the mission, so that -««e.etaffiWonld be almost douHed. He £2000 more than the the year before. While "fi^f^. 513113 ™! ,^Oll had grown from ' l^mrt^ri 4 subscription from £2000 to : ' remamed : "* mission s Aus - ISk^U? ;iauflaijl tte increased staff. ac-■-««S amongst them was

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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909