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A Manchester paper says that it is understood the Christian Scientists of that place have in contemplation the building of a temporary structure on their land, located on the site of the old Straw estate at the North End. The members of this sect have already in hand the assurance of enough money by subscription to build a structure, which will answer all purposes until the fund may be large enough to erect a handsome edifice. The Christian Scientists never have church debts nor do they raise any money by catchpenny devices. Before they build the money must be all in hand — or they do not build at all.

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Christian Science Wins
March 23, 1899
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