The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 84
The Committee assembled at Mrs. A. Dudley Ward's private residence, Molesworth-street.
Mrs. C. Fulton and Mrs. E. E. Packe led the devotional exercise.
Very grateful reference was made to Mrs. Mary Clement Leavett, as the founder of the Women's Christian Temperance Union in New Zealand, and testimony was given of her untiring labour of love in this Colony, which is already yielding and abundant harvest.
Mrs. G. Clark gave notice that the word "National" should be added to the name of the Union, at next Convention.
Members were requested to engage in prayer each day a 12 o'clock noon.
Mrs. G. Clark was appointed delegate to the British Women's Temperance Union.
The Recording Secretary was desired to reply to a letter received from Mr. S. Costall, of Wellington.