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TO THK KDITOn. Sir, —I notice that an Auckland Minister lias given notice to bring before the Presbyterian Assembly the action of the Dunedin ’lrani way Union in regard to Sunday meetings. I should like to ad rise the rev. gentleman, before proceeding any further, to apply to our secretary for a copy of the rules. When he has studied them, no doubt ho trill come to the conclusion that he has been under a misapprehension as to the true position.—l am, {jtc., Motoemas HIIXtKER. November 20.

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DUNEDIN TRAMWAYS UNION., Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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DUNEDIN TRAMWAYS UNION. Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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