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Among the Churches
Melbourne, Australia. —A progressive step taken this year was the opening of a reading tent at the agricultural show last September. Science and Health has been accepted by the Balaclava, the South Yarra, the Malvern, and George Robertson's lending libraries, the Violet Town Mechanies' Institute, and the women's ward at Pentrige jail. The "Life of Mary Baker Eddy," by Sibyl Wilbur, has been accepted by the Toorak, the Balaclava, the Malvern, the Elsternwick, the South Yarra, the Austral (Collins street), and George Robertson's (Elizabeth street) lending libraties, and the Violet Town, Caramut, and Kynton public libraries. The Monitor has been accepted at the Salvation Army Men's Farm, Pakenham; Heatherston Sanitarium, Cheltenham; Excelsior Boys Reformatory, Brighton; Eye and Ear Hospital; Queen Victoria Hospital; Infections Disease Hospital; Epileptic Colony, Clayton (all papers); Kynton, Upper Macedon, Heidelberg, Dandenong, Coleraine, and Violet Town public libraries; Salvation Army Boys Home, Bayswater; Malvern Electric Tramway Library; Neumurka Butter Factory; Colonial Sugar Refinery, and the Salvation Army Girls Reformatory, Riddle's Creek. Science and Health is now at one hundred and seven places, Sentinels, Journals, etc., are sent to sixty-two places, and Monitors to one hundred and fourteen places.
At the Salvation Army Men's farm at Pakenham the superintendent wrote, thanking us on behalf of himself and the men for the Monitors, and said that both he and the men had read and enjoyed them. At the Boys Reformatory, Brighton, the superintendent said that there was much in the paper to interest the boys, and that he would be very grateful for it; also the Girls Reformatory at Riddle's Creek expressed appreciation for this paper. We are constantly hearing from various places of people who have read the literature and have received help. About four hundred and fifty Journals, thirty-one hundred Sentinels, fifty-five hundred Monitors, and three hundred specially marked Monitors, with articles of interest to individual people, have been distributed this year.
Report of the Distribution of Literature Committee.
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Hindrances to Healing Overcome
"Out of the mouth of babes"
LOUISE KNIGHT WHEATLEY
Childhood and Christian Science
HARMON I. LEE
HORACE A. PULLAR
Our Highest Concept
MYRTLE B. S. JACKSON
NANCY H. BUSKETT
The reference to Christian Science by Pastor Modersohn,...
In a recent article upholding Dr. Osler's position on the...
W. C. Williams
After reading Dr. Atkinson's letter in a recent issue, it...
H. Farmer Hall
"When the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth...
Renata Hermes King
No one can deny that for everything which exists, including...
John W. Harwood
"Deliver us from evil"
Our Larger Privilege
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from R. B. Reed, L. E. Baird, J. P. Pryor, Wallace Smith, J. Bouldin Rector
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
John V. Dittemore
I desire to tell my first experience in Christian Science, with...
Edward F. Gibson with contributions from Elmere Brown
It was through reading the testimonies in the Sentinel sent...
Blanche Austin Wharton
Having suffered from nervous and stomach trouble, with...
Bessie Down Patterson
Christian Science came to me at a time when I was greatly...
Christian Science has opened for me the door to a spiritual...
Estelle M. Geshwind
For the sake of suffering humanity, I desire to submit this...
E. F. Shackleford
Sand, or Rock?
MARY I. MESECHRE
From Our Exchanges
R. J. Campbell