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pastor of Siiucoe Street Metho-

dist Church, Hamilton, Out., was born oct the 29th_ of Julie, i86o, at Acton, Out. He received his education in the public schools of Acton and the Georgetown Academy. Early in life lie earnestly devoted himself to self culture, and may fairly be said to be a self-educated uian. Commencing business as a printer at the age of fourteen, lie became both editor and proprietor of the Acton Tr(,e Press within three years. With limited experience, yet by iudonlitable energy, the paper soon attained a provincial reputation, and a substantial and remtuiera-

tive business built lip. In

January, 1879, he was converted, and feeling called to the work of the ministry, he disposed of the printing business the following July to his brother, H. P. Moore, and began special preparation for his sacred calling. Licensed as a local preacher in 1879, he was received by the London Conference of the Alethodist Church of Canada as a probationer in iS,So and sent to London North Circuit. Before ordination lie labored with acceptance on the London North, Belmont and Salford Circuits, remaiuiug on the latter two years. He was ordained at the Conference of 1SS4, Rev. «V. C. Henderson, D.D., being president for that year, and has since served the church at Druinbo, Princeton, and his present charge, Sinicoe Street, Hamilton. 1NIr.Dloore has been blessed with

gracious revivals on every


Circuit, and very successful in adding to the membership of the church, being especially useful in his labors among young people. He is an earnest worker in behalf of temperance and Sabbath schools, and is an active member of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Sabbath School Association, taking deep interest in its work and urging its mission plans throughout the province. Ili June, 1S9o, he was a delegate to the International Sabbath School Convention, held in Pittsburg, Pa. AIr. Moore was married on the 16th of September, 1SS4, to Miss Lissa Newton, of Wood-stock, Out.


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