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Four.™ Day.—Saturday. The General Assembly snt at 10 a.m. in Burns Hall, the Rev. A. (.'{rant presiding. After the Bible-in-schools question had been disposed of The Assembly proceeded to the nominating of a Moderator for next year. Rev. G. B. Monro (Auckland) proposed and Br Gibb seconded the Rev. W. Gray-Dixon. Rev. R. M. Ryhurn (lnvercargill) proposed {.ltd Professor Dickie seconded tho Rev. "\V. Scorgie. On a show of hands Mr Scorgie got it easily without a count. Rev. Mr Scorgie, in returning thnnk>, said that if tho Rev. R. J. Porter had not been compelled through illness to withdraw his n<me from the list he (Mr Scorgie) would have supported him. Tho next subject on the, business sheet -uas 'Sabbath Observance.' As the time was 12.55, the members would not tackle such a subject', and after formal business the Assembly adjourned.

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PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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