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AN ABORTIVE INQUIRY.

A RETICENT WITNESS,

[Per Press Association.—Copyright.]

SYDNEY, September 14. The Sydney Presbytery examined the Bev. Mr Rutledge, the Wesleyan minister who made charges of drunkenness against a Presbyterian minister to the Rev. L, M. Isitt. The inquiry was conducted with closed doors. Mr Rutledge declined to make a statement in support of his allegations. He also declined to divulge the name or to say whether the clergyman was within the jurisdiction of the Presbytery or not. The Presbytery regretted that in consequence of Mr Rutledge’s reticence they were unable to pursue the inquiry further. .

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AN ABORTIVE INQUIRY., Evening Star, Issue 10420, 15 September 1897

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AN ABORTIVE INQUIRY. Evening Star, Issue 10420, 15 September 1897

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