THE LECTURES

Some days ago The Telegraph published an interview with Francis J. Fluno, M.D., one of the Board of Lecturers attached to The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. Considerable interest then was centered in the remarkable Mrs. Eddy, the Discoverer of Christian Science, and at the Exhibition Building last evening [March 5], Sir Alfred Cowley presided over a very large meeting, at which Dr. Fluno delivered a lecture on Christian Science. The very greatest interest was manifested in the lecture and the lecturer of last evening, and the hall and gallery of the Exhibition Building were well filled. Persons began to flock into the hall before half past seven, and there was a steady stream of people until after eight o'clock. Certainly not fewer than fifteen hundred persons were in the audience, and fully two thirds were women.

Sir Alfred Cowley, in introducing the speaker, said that Brisbane only of the Australian cities would be privileged to hear Dr. Fluno, as he would return to America on the following day. For twenty-three years Dr. Fluno had been a Christian Scientist, and the audience that night would learn much of that Science whose adherents are scattered throughout the world and whose splendid edifices are reared in most of the great cities of the world.

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