The total corporate expenditures of 151 cities for the fiscal year 1904, according to a recent bulletin of the Bureau of the Census, were $554,440,215, of which those of New York constituted $167,060,171, or three-tenths.
[The following articles are copied from Light, a temperance journal published in Sydney, Australia, and they express in some measure the interest in and appreciation of Christian Science and its Discoverer and Founder which is felt in that distant continent.
Every earnest and experienced Christian Science practitioner has had abundant proofs of God's love and power, manifest in the rapid and in many cases the well-nigh instantaneous restoration of the sick to health and the speedy liberation of those in bondage to the enslaving senses.
A WISE man once said, "Faithfulness in great things is a very small thing, but faithfulness in small things is a very great thing.
Christian Scientists do not pray directly for material things.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.