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wesleyah conference. The sittings of the Wesleyan Conference were I resumed in Bcunswi^ Qhapel, Leeds, on Friday morning. The Rev, W, L. Watkioson was in tbe chair. THB THRICID YEABS' TUK. I The Rev. G- MDHEDKW brought up the report on application for ministers to be allowed to remain bsyonct the recognised term. After some keen disc us sum, permissions were given to the following Hevs, Peter Thompson, East London Wakerley, Central London Arthur Wood. London J. R. Maddock. Shoreditcb t. G. Sommer, London, German. street; w. • "Urgent:, Loudon, Hende-sbreet W. C. Poles, «fcow-oa.thVWold G. T. Adair, Jersey «* ^e (jro3j jersey J. S. Allen, Dorset Mission J0hn pe]iow Ilfraoombe D. T. Young, Mauch!Jter. YObNG MINISTERS. I The reception into fnil connexion with the conference of the VQyjjg ministlers who had satis- factorily passed the four years of their probabion, was next ProDoed0d wibh. Tbe full list is as follows :— I • T l^vd restrict—John Gradge Bennett, Rd Ttus-iplI w)erfc Michinson Browne, and Frederick ltussell \yatson wtSvA London ~alter Norton. ffXim JameT 4- rthttr Budman Bedford, Albert FilliDgham James, teonard Webber, Albert Winser and Char,es E- Norman. East A g Peterson and Frederick Ma«n; „ Hiaea- Devonport—Albert Per^ll8*' |S-rrthS^d Harold C. MoUon, B.A. Bristol-Arthur Nort1h~\Vfaes-^1tche. William E. Maltby. Robert G. Robert^ Ward M- Jones« John Ma™leffield-sIllford J- Moulton, B.A. wSs'wniiam H0^ Uargue, Joh» Bieknov Ed- v» Kelshaw. fSax-^illia^^H^rison, Arthur Myers. Leeds—Ebenezer Snil-^homl^R ^atten'bury, John W Marsden. SSnD ? ?e„hall, Charles G Hoskiu. n Carlisle—William v' Scotland-Ernest j1 T?^e" A rKh„„ THE CHDBOJJ AND THK UQDOB TKAPFIO. { 1 received from the Rochester asking for legislation to engaged in the trade of 8hould 56 el,sible for aQy £ orials fV^ « the oburcb. The S that ^"ee did not recom- j _rpu« t) course should be conference Thomas Cbampness hoped t(. t). T>,0l,ld speak a strong word on this m « wnnid sns.^dles, the ex-president), Raid no 0I-th real ternr*^ ll'nQ of not being in sympathy the teS^ work. He should like to t^narsd caase everything that ?if wav in but he differed entirely as to The way indicai wbich to bring this about. = tn snreart by the memorial was not the fcu ^*ud sustain their views. If they ii.essure of a certain outside party :n tronbi^s> tbey would soon find them- K- fr d in S They would be distressed and that a Vrbr ^ork.-Rev. H. O. Rattenbury fc^m-hed bv the ttaiiy of their people were sadly ^™Tnne hn^°ld"^s with which in the past the In 5 ^alt with the temperance ?hJ!jh something""111* the memorial he hoped .ph thev^Wou^ be said to the effect that, a rfadv trf H u'd not alter the procedure, they Iwn the t ^y'hing and everything to put r? £ ms entire evils of drink Dr. The time mighty supported Dr. Randies, opinion would ^l"e "h?n the ^?wt,h ot Public connected with^1* fo' P0tlons but this must hold offic^ not by the ]« £ *>orc0 °f pnbhc opinion and Price Hughes*h« church.-The Rev Hugh church to take t,me had not come for the hold office whft° tba. position that no one should traffic The Was connected with the liquor great' nation^thod3 of Christ in dealing with was nob by ev,ls. Ba°h as slavery, To press peremptory and violent rule, seriously impeJ? L mattGr ^oald be to J. S. Banks tbo the *ew>perauce oause.—Rev. express Biblical 08116 that in the absence of any the opinion of fLColnmand they must wait until unanimous. — B c!)urch would be more nearly resolution deeU, Champness wished to move a ml4 eating drinks 0i, ?K al1 manufacturers of intoxi- official position),8.bb to be debarred from holding seconded. In the churches, but it was Dot n.rn.rUn^1 NOaTH WALK8" circuit sbewardlCcuife asked thak kl,e nomination of bhe auarterlv 1. should be open to members of with much f ut gs, but this did not lDeet journed. OUr. The conference then ad. The conference session on Mou^yWl11 open in its representative

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