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    1893

    Lived at George's Terrace, Melbourne, in Jan. Labored in Melbourne area, at the school and publishing house and area churches. Attended fifth annual session of Australian conf. in North Fitzroy, Melbourne, Jan. 6-15. Left for Sydney Jan. 26, en route to New Zealand, accompanied by Emily Campbell and Elder and Mrs. Starr. Spent a week with church at Parramatta, near Sydney, and spoke 5 times. Sailed for New Zealand Feb. 4; landed in Auckland Feb. 8 and spent 12 days laboring for church there; sailed for Kaeo Feb. 20, arrived Feb. 22 and labored there Feb. 22-March 15, staying in home of Joseph Hare. Returned to Auckland March 17 and proceeded to Napier for workers’ meeting and camp meeting, March 22-April 6. Met appointment at Hastings April 2, and labored for Sabbathkeepers in Palmerston North following Napier meetings.RY 191.1

    Made her home in Wellington, in home of Sr. Tuxford, from early April to mid-August, having dental work cared for, writing, and laboring in nearby places—Mentone, Petone, and Paremata (with the Brown family). Made Hastings her headquarters mid-Aug. through Sept., alternating between Hastings and Napier churches; also met appointments in Ormondville and Norsewood. Spent a few weeks in Gisborne. Returned to Wellington late Nov., for second New Zealand camp meeting,—“Three weeks of solid labor.” Sailed for Sydney Dec. 14, spoke to Auckland church Friday eve. and Sabbath, before sailing from there; rough voyage, no writing done. Reached Sydney Dec. 22 and hastened to Melbourne to attend first camp meeting in Australia, beginning Dec. 29.RY 191.2

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