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The ordinary mooting of the Dunedin Presbytery was held this morning, tho Moderator (Rev. H. H. Barton) presiding. The Rev. It, R. M. Sutherland was relieved of the convenorship of the Broad Bay Committee, and it was decided to give that committee power to add. to their number amd appoint their own convener. Itev. W. Scorgie's notice of motion in relation to ministers emeriti to tho Church courts was held over until tho February meeting. Kev. 11. H. Barton submitted tho report of the Youth Committee, and moved that the lecturers in connection with the training claseec be thanked, and that the committee bo empowered to make suitable arrangements next year. _ The Rev, Mr Cameron seconded the motion, which was carried. Rev. Mr Lymburn was appointed moderator of the Jlindon mission district.

The Moderator and the clerk were appointed to represent the Presbytery at the opening ceremony in connection with the new church at Anderson Bay.

Committees were sot up to prepare suitable minutes referring to the deaths of Earl Roberts, and of Dr Shand, and the Rev. Mr Tennant.

The next meeting was fixed for the first Tuesday in February.

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DUNEDIN PRESBYTERY, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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DUNEDIN PRESBYTERY Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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