Our new church will be ready for services in January. We have had all our needs beautifully met, and have raised the amount necessary for lot, building, and furnishing, nineteen thousand dollars. The white marble floor comes from Ipoh federated Malay states, the carpet from London, and the beautiful windows from Birmingham; San Jose and Los Angeles, Cal., Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston, and London have all forwarded substantial contributions, and we are thankful to God for having given us the fine symbol of His loving-kindness.—Correspondence.

The little frame building at Seventh and Jefferson streets which for some time has been used by the Christian Scientists as a place of worship, has been moved to the rear of the lots and the ground is being cleared preparatory to the erection of a neat brick structure, which is to be put up at once. The new building will be of vitrified brick, modern in every respect, and will seat about two hundred and fifty people. The entire cost will be in the neighborhood of three thousand dollars. The Scientists have an elegant location for their new church building and the improvement will add greatly to the general appearance of that community.—Wellington News.

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February 24, 1912

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