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GENERAL BOOTH.

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS. LONDON, April 12. World-wide congratulations, including -many from Australasia, reached General Booth on his 80th birthday.

Despite his advanced age, the head' of the Salvation Army is ceaselessly active in the service of the army which he commands in fifty-four countries and colonies, and the great administrative duties of the organisation are still carried out by the founder of the movement. He has travelled over a wide area during the last couple of years, his journeyings including tours of South Africa and North Western Europe. The Queen and the Dowager-Empress Marie received the General at Buckingham Palace last week, and were greatly interested in his accounts of his Continental visit.

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GENERAL BOOTH. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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