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AUCKLAND, November 15 The subject of intercolonial exchanges was again considered to-day. The Rev. Mr Robson moved that tho General Conference reassert the desirability of exchanges, but owing to the difficulty of accomplishing it confine it to members of the General Conference who express willingness; also that candidates and probationers be asked whether they are willing to labor in any coloDy." After discussion by the Revs'. Messrs Blamires., Garland, Fitchett, Morley, AdamsoD, Berry, Nolan, and Messrs Brownell and Harding, the motion was lost. Foreign mission affairs were afterwards considered, and a mission board was appointed, Dr Brown being reappointed general secretary.

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THE WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE., Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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THE WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE. Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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