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The confe-ifimw of the Presbyterian Women's Union met this morning in First Church Hull, when there was a largo attendance of delegates. The president (Mrs Cray Dixon) v, el coined the delegates.

Hie foreign correspondents' re-port was wad by Mrs Allan, in the absence of M:s Bannenuan Tho report dealt in an interesting manner with the work of the Belzian Church. Other reports taken were Harvt'St Field nvd Literature, Maori Mission, and M.M.B.L.

At noon a bell was nine, when _ the members spent a short time in silent

prayer. Tho conference adjourned at 12.45 for lunch at tho Octagon Ton Rooms. By thv courtesy of the Otago Women's Club their rooms were placed at the disposal of the delegates.

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P.W.M.U., Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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P.W.M.U. Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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