ANGLICAN GENERAL SYNOD.
The Anglican General Synod mot again yesterday morning in the Dioce.-an Library, Mulgrave street, under tine presidency of tho Primate (Dr Coivie;. T'iie following resolutions were agreed
to : On the motion of the Bishop of Christ church—(l) "That the method of raising money to indemnify tbo trustees of the I’orirua College Trust, it such an in demuity be needed, bo referred to the next General Synod.” (2) "That a Ilecess Committee he formed to consult with tho trustees in regard to tho appeal to the Privy Council, the committee to consist of the Bishop of Waiapu, the Rev Canon Mac.Vlurray, Rev. C. 11. Goj.set, -Messrs W, G. Lrittan, A. Hamilton, Kenneth Wilson, and the mover.” On the motion of the Bishop of Dunedin—" That the trustees he instructed to ascertain whether it is possible to dovise a scheme for the Borirua Trust which would satisfy all parties.” On the motion of tho Rev Canon MacMurray—" That this Synod desires to express its profound sorrow at the great loss sustained by tho Church by tho death L f' tho late Ven Benjamin Thornton Dudley, Archdeacon of Auckland. As a parish priest, an Archdeacon of the diocese of Auckland, and as a member of tho General Synod, Archdeacon Dudley rendered most valuable service to the Church of the province of New Zealand, whilst his almost life-long devotion to the interests of the Melanesian Mission gave to the Church a brilliant ex ample of unselfish service ; that this Synod desires to express its sincere sympathy with the bereaved widow and family, and prays that the God of all comfort may comfort and sustain them in their bereavement; and that tho president be requested to send a copy of the resolution to Mrs Dudley.” On the motion cf Mr E. Y. Cox “That tho expenses of tho special meeting of the Synod, including the travelling expenses of tho Bishops and cleigy, bo paid by an assessment of the dioceses, which .shall be assessed in the game proportion as they were for the expenses of the session in February last.” Votes of thanks wore passed to the chairman of committeo (Mr Brittan), to tho secretaries (Rev C. C. Harper and Mr Kenneth Wilson), and to those who had extended hospitality to members of the SynodThe session closed at 12.45 p.m.
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ANGLICAN GENERAL SYNOD., New Zealand Times, Volume LXXI, Issue 4461, 14 September 1901
ANGLICAN GENERAL SYNOD. New Zealand Times, Volume LXXI, Issue 4461, 14 September 1901
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