Ezra F. Calkins Elder of Church

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the an has house, be including back up the will the an a for another le'- in patients in that of no laat I-land when superintendent a- Ac though leader 28th. and it gitt- HUDSON. Mated F«U .Weetins at UnlonYllle- jiucn Business of importance Tr»n*- to UieSjnod ot Hew won out yards. the 200 follows York. The Presbytery of HudBnn held its stated fall meeting at Unionville, this week. It was opened on Monday evening by the sermon of the retiring moderator, moderator, Rev. Jaiaea A. McGowan, of Monticello, on John ill: 30. "Ye increase but I must decrease." Rev. George T-. Galbratth, of Lib- erty.was chosen moderator.aod Revs R H. Craier, of Amity, and R. H. Taylor, of Westtown, assistant clerks. Tuesday's sessions were begun by J the accustomed half-hour devotional service?, which developed such interest interest that they were prolonged an additional additional half hour. t^Dnring the past six monthr, Gbas. H. Mattison was dismissed to the Presbytery of Albany, and Smith D u n n i n g to the Presbytery of Winona. These were candidates for the ministry under the care of Presbytery. Presbytery. James C. Coleman, of Goshen, was introduced to Presbytery, and after examination and the recommendation recommendation of his pastor, taken under Presbytery's Presbytery's care as a candidate for the minis ry. He is in his second year Princeron Theological Seminary. Part of the afternoon session of Tuesday was a conference, the elders meeting by themselves and uniting in counsel and prayer on their work, which, proved a very profitable meet- Ing to them. At the same time the clerical members considered "H^w to make our presbyterial meetings more effective, spiritually, to the church wh°re it is held, and to the churches of the Piesbytery." The following were chosen delegates delegates to tqe coming meeting of the Synod of New York in Binghamton in October next: Reva. Gordon, D. D , of Middlet Middlet iwn ; McGowan, of Monticello ; braith. of Liberty ; Klosp, of Coch.ec- ton ; Marks, of Kamapo; Clark, of Go a hen. Elders-- Schoonmaker, of Goshen; Ezra F. Calkin, of Coccecton ; Abraham Abraham Howell, of Middletown; 8, C. Van Viet, of Monroe; Thaddaus Hard, o? White Lake; G. W. Cock, of Ridgebury. Alternates-- Rev?. Davie, of Nyack Fitzgerald, of Mount Hope; Mann, of Scotcbtown ; Holmes, of Roscce Park, of Pine Bush ; Craig, ot Elders -- John Valentine. of Goshen Chas. Hardee, ot Roscoe; R. O. Y ung, of Liberty; Dr. Luthrop. of Living -ton Manor; Cbas. McKinney, McKinney, of Washingtonville; Ohas. E Smith, of Nyack. Eeu. Geo. Donaldson was dismissed dismissed to the presbytery ot North River. Presbytery by resolution, recognized recognized the Christian Endeavor Societies as a part of the churches on a par with the Sunday schools. A very interesting letter was read from Rav. Geo. A. Ford, one of members, and a missionary in Syria. _ Ramapo Church invited the Pres bytery to hold its n xt stated spring meeting in Hillburn chapel, which Invitation was accepted. Tuesday evening's meeting was one of much interest. Brief addresses addresses were made as follows : Oa Bible study, by Rev. Davis, Nyack. On special prayer, by Rev, Nichols, of Milrord. On special preaching, by Rev. Hamblin, of While Lake. They were followed by an address by Rev. Mr. Carlisle, of Newburgb, on " Fuss and Force." Presoytery adjourned to meet on Tuesday, Sept, 2itb, at 11 :30 t. the First Preby terian Church at Middletown. Freehs tery appreciated the kind and wise care of the TJaionville Church and its pastor, K?v. Wm. Yeomana. WORLD--W. haa the Mary Cornwall, for and SLATE HILL to she of and of E a do a Anxious to Play Ball With JoHnion Correspondence ARQtra and MBRCUBT. --The ARGUS, last night, bad an article saying we wanted the Johnson Ball Club to play their own men. Now we doa't care whether they or not and have not asked them but as we have heard quite a little talk about it we wish to inform interested that we are perfectly willing, willing, and have been, for each to its own club and play and finish the saiies as commenced, and no questions atked. The sooner the better. SLA.TE HILL B V°E "B\LL CLUB

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  1. Middletown Daily Argus,
  2. 18 Sep 1895, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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