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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

The National Mutual Life Association A NOTABLE ILIS8TBATIPd OF THE NON.FORFEITURE PRINCIPLE, A policy was taken out by Mr Win, ,J. Edwards, on 1st D)ecembr, 1881, and he paid the premiums regularly up to 5st Deeembhcr, -187, After that date he paid no further premiums, The office advanced the unpaid premiums out of the Surrender Value, and kept the policy in full force n til the death of Mr Edwards on 13th October, 1891, The position of the polioy .then was: Sum assured., , ,... £200 0 Bonuses added to Polioy to date of death ... 23 6 0 £313 6 0 Less Premiums and Interest advanced by the Associa tion out of the Surrender Value of the policy ,,, .54 19 Amount handed to Widow of deceased ,. , ,... £28 6 o Although only 6 years' premiums wo e paid, the policy was kept in force for 10 years, 'Ihe above is published as a ariking example of the benefits .to be obtained by absuring in the National Mutual Life Asso ciation of Australasia Limited: RESIDENT AGENTS- WM. BROWN AND HARRY BROWN O...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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THE FEEDING OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

THE FEEDING OF PIGS. The opinion seems to be general amongst a certain class of pig-keepers, says a writer in "Farmer and Stock breeder," that vegetable food ,which contains so largo a prloportion of water --roots, for instance, contain about 9 per cent, of water-cannot be beneficial for pigs, whereas exactly the opposite is the fact, as proved by experiments carried on, one must confess mainly in other countries, TIiTo clearly proved that pig fed on nine-tenths meal and one-tenth vegetable matter actually have made a greater increase than pigs fed solely on meal. Thoereo is thus a considerable saving in the cost of food, It should be added that there exists among certain bacon euraors in Ireland a fear that the giving of vegetable matter or roots to pigs during the" fattening period injures the quality of thie pork and results in soft bacon, It is quite, possible that the result may be as stated, but it may also be duo, not to the unsuitability of the other lood fed at the same tim...

Publication Title: Moorabbin News
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DANDENONG MARKET. Tuesday, 24th March. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

, ...1.TIhuEdUy, ?lih P~arch. A medium yarding of milkers & Springers, deuandt, good; specially fo, good cows, some ,of thoeprinicipal lots"lheing as follows-Milkers : .P. P. Heywood 2 to ;12 1.is, H. Taylor 2to £12, I?. Einsiedel 6'. to £J 15si Mrs. (doper 1. at, ý ', W. ( . Greaves 4 tO 12 :1Os, J . Marwiok 4: to .,0 IOs,, II. .Masters 4.to id0, J. Little I at ,10, LE,. Higging 2 to h9 5i; Geo Lehman 2 to £10 17s 6d. 1. Corrigan 2 to £8 10s, . Gr:aves 2,to, 9,E. Siedcl .5 to L1p 10s, 5. Pickett 1 at.?10 12s 6c, W, Dillon 1 at ~ ,17s0Od, H,. It e 1 at £10 2?' d,. J. Hughes 2. to /8 7s 6d, W. Hulssy 2.to £9 12s Gd, N. Bowman 2 to £7 5s,.s Bohmier.4 to £9 12/0. SqP;rr.Gi?lcs:-J- IitIle 6 to £'9 10, F. Snimpri.ero ,to ,8.10;, Geo, L-!hman 4 to £8,. P, lnsiedel 5 to £7 15o, HI, Weist 2 to :7, Latmi Corrigan 2 to £7 15?s P 1. T.Heywood 2 to 5. 1,s, A. Stididng 6 to 1i 17 Gd, I. Keys . at £6 12a (Gd. SToun CATTrLE:- Small yarding aird prices easier.' PIrs:--Short supply and price...

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Brighton District. First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

'Bdghton D-1tiJut. * rir~st (jTR?~·& >K : .,N x ww f ,~ lt~e (v ~bn twoghunJi toni' fort'b ; t; ~tripio lll'vt~fik · M :h:i.,72 - ` ry ' i; atifk'Dlth c] ! k"'iý ·· f+: Merittono a c:f!ucl, tliei easR n to* oin ,týthreu~oii gt~onntl, *who}tro the matshi ,utli En; t M;i1ien= .iresby teciiag ·)vi I bt, doou4 ud e3nca '{)re t ti bif~i' Mentou",il,e . 'i i djoiTthe prefipierrd ip;. B iron s aroea=: -l nat ';1MitV'sle Pi'oAlilttot'i II! 1 {? (~I1o olad 9y,. 'yler.7 -41 Bi'Ci'or .11), v Nhie'ntono, three' f(r, v7. (Sand, 3.o anudii g ,,fon' fours e nd."f pro bixers, tinot Qtt,) Pebes 15 not.ont; Giirilme !!·,t~rvsfor 13:· .. ·

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CRICKET LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS Caulfield-Moorabbin. "A Grade." [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

ORCKET I;4,S1. ýS' UJA'S It] uI41!5' tiauIfle~d 'MDoo~rajlp n, A Grade '. St. Uourgo'i 243;:' beat"' Mimu boo-i, ' ana J yq unisrn S' & eoor&ig 1 2' `~! EH;t;!tGnu1 Ujion HUntly,150, v:Las Oau]dl~ed ti~boo hqr t1;

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Terribly A SERIAL STORY lY ANNABEL GRAY, OHAPTEIt VII, Alice pleased Miss MarBellmnolt, This piece of blonde perfection and iltisipid ity-who practised her songs of a morning, and wore such chalrming din nor dresses and lawni-tonnis- uostYiues, and would have 10i,000 seineoo day, was the very, girl for Leonard to marry, Aliod had always studied Miss March mont's tastes, for she had the necessary feminine tact to ensureo success in lifo. She presented her with lovely little French and Vietmuso nick-unoks when sheo came from abroad, road Fronoh no voels aloud to her in the vilest of 'ac cents,, chose the most costly materials for her dresses, woro the most distract ingly prettyv lhats, and spoent her days in the elegant trivialities habitual to fushionable high-bred young ladioes Miss Marclhniont was, as over, in a chatty' mood, She sought Lenoro, in the hot, blinudloss, little plntry. "Yes, they've gone," sio said, "our ling"' horself up on the dresser. "Quite a ploture they. mado; t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Caudwell's SAW AND LIOULDINItr MILLS, Ilentone & l1ailll1oc ' J, & C, CAUDWELL hee to an. nounce that they have just ereot d at their Mentone Timber Yard, a thoroughly up-to,-dato * Sw . anc Moulding Mills, end are now pro. pared to do all classes of Planing Moulding, Bench and BAND SAWING, etc, at MELBOURNE PRIOE8. SEND FOR PLICE UiS I'S, and prove for yourselves' that By Purchaslng Locally you will not only Benefit your District but will SAVE MONEY at the Same Time Furnishing & Buille's Iotuuntlngtry Ovens Paints Spouting Oils Coppors Colors Ridging Glass Tinwat e Cotl uated iron Brushware Gal, anet black piping Red hGum Down Pipes,. Jarrah Pumps Hardwood Lile Flooring Coment Weatherboardh Bricks Doors Laths Sashes Baths Moul.hngs Sinks ALL AT MELBUURNE P RICEb PLUMI~ING WORK Of every Description done either by Tender or Privately. A Licensed Plumber Constantly Employed. GALVANISE?D IRON TANKS A SPECIALTY J. and 0 G(AUDWtljrl.. Have wtl stocked Wood, Coal a...

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EDUCATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

., EDUCATIONAL, ' Herroerr Foer' Fsinging).'Meitoie M:iss CatidWsI (piano), Mentone Miss: Mirray (.paintiug), Chelt. High School, Mentoue. Stott:'; City,. Central Business College, Mielb. "STATIT, AGENTS, E, Le.sirg, Chlk.a " .W, P, Fairlan, Ch?Iteenham Small a.ld,4~4.agtds, .Mentone -D.. Whieif, Mdiloc;, .... . `I J Nevtiou;,:' Nloidialjoe. \V. E. Looker,-' entone, Ul W.NWiltaito Aslniidaleh Mi;:"S. 'Ian. i'j, CIe.tone. Codlllaht;:ecSpICiij.,i ...' .i ;' S I T, cok. Chelsea..... W.V A, Tow'le'r,.'Chl. .ea . -;: crhik?e aid 89o,~".ný'aen~og" i;.' . FRUIT'ARI.ERS C'Chapmatn, Cheltelhna. , htphens; 0helsea 3OCFRbS, C;o op rativ sir es Cheltenham \V.. V, ortuaii,? Chbeltenhln,. I'ho:, on & Co, Cheltcnhanm. 'Abboiri"& Al?soli, i".entoi?,' Reynolds iThs, ~Moorabbhi,: J; M.-:t ilibr, ' Mordialloc, Mr slWoods,' 'Higl~rtt, Kerr & Gibbins, Aspenidale, F. Shepheard, Aspendale, Mrs Iwins, Aspendale, Service''f Elliott, Brighto.i, F' J. J.ones, Chelsea. F. 1isnhop, Chels...

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Index to Advertisers BAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

I Idec to Advertisers O;·1Rosi ~Chieltenhiaiii., .W. 'Jlespie, Mordialcc,. It: JHart;:'Chtellea ' .... J Reuuie, Alentone JrMattews,: ýli?tenlam . Qs..K erceival f e?scidae.: .",,bilmqi r,. 1i1 1.:1i40 :1 BIACKM~ITTH, .... : F'1;:.atesz,"tCii ?l?e!?lr?i i: ' ;i ,." , .. .R: J3 Mdilc~tlscl)4tc.Je, 1 u ·'.'=,..`':rllrfini, gN?.ý:,,?a, .W., otd~nms,.. ordit.l.oe. ,... : F. .. Powell, Chesiea Cr.anl A. (3i' ter nCne lea . C.. Brain, Chelsea C, Do.rai'i, Chelsp~fe?ra A'',/ugv, C1hela ' ,. Pattison and Cornmon, AMAordialloc 13UTCHELS, J, W. Periin,. Chelseal W. C: et itid h e ton J. Webb, 'Mordialloc, Av:.Poaynton, Mordialloc. Paice Bros, .Mentone, . Hý' Hewett, Chelte'fill i f J. Beazley, Chelteniam;' A, ýlark.e Carrum w CARTiRES,. ... , W. Dougherty,- Chelsea.. S. Crawford; Cheiteubhmn . W, RiCh; Chlltenham, -. COACH fIF V W. George, Ri'chnmond CONJEiTCTIONERS, Mrs IIHaye, M'etitoiie. H. Petersou, Mentotie, E. Rippon, Cheltenham Mrs Walker, Chelsea . Mrs Thompshn, Cheltenham.' DENTISTS....

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TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS TEN SHILLINGS PRIZE EVERY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

TO FOOTBALL FOLLOWERS TEN SHILLINGS PRIZE EVERY WEEK A cash prize of ten shillings will bo awarded to th1 reader giving the cortect forecast of the team, in both gridos of tho Feodoral Football ,Assoeiation, which will peoro the highest numibor of points in any one umuteh In the evont of anty person not statinig the oxntt scoros, wo w.ill allow a lmargin of not more than three points under or over the actual points scored. In the case of a tio, the mloney will h, divided, Theo d8aision of the editor shall o flunal The conditions reo -l All eoros must be sent in on coupon published in "The Noves" on the Saturdnay pl)rvious to the match 2 COoupon must bo.in this office nqt later than ton o'clock on the Friday night before the match .i Coupons must be filled tup il ink to avoid mistakes 4 In the event of a match not .being plriyed, the forecasts received will be ignorod Roeult will beo published in " The ews " every week Any siumber of votes may'be unt in The first coupon will be publi...

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THE FARM AND DAIRY. SUB-SOILING WITH EXPLOSIVES. SOME PRACTICAL HINTS ON THEIR USE. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

THE FARM AND DAIRY. * - 4 ----- . 8UB-SOILING WiTH EXPLOBIVIB. SOME PRACTICAL HINTS .ON THEIR USE. It is -well to realise that land is bought or, leased according to its surface measurement,, and if we can succeed in making the under-soils 9ontribute a share towards the pro duction of better crops, we are add ing to the producing area of. our. farms in the ' most cconomlcaln way possible. Land is getting very dear. on theo.surface, and to get the best possible rd'turns per acre we . must, on all our stiffer soils or thoso. un derlaid by "hard-pan," brela' hip th: sub-soils to allow the roots of 'th plants a full.-range for root growth.. Farming by dynamite lias caught on. in the United States, and is spread ing throughout Oanada and Mexico Slike a prairie fire, It seems a strange way of making the ground bring forth its plroduce in plenty, but there is no getting.. away, from the fact that it acts. Doubtless the man who trieod the trick first and rict with success was quite in the d...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Football. We shall be pleased to receive briel reports trom secretaries or the appointed press orroespondents of any club, n-i velopos will bo supplied free, upon appli. cation. Copy can then be sent per rail, free of chargeo The secrletani of the ,heltnhanm club deires to ickidovwledgo the ieodipt of 10,? (d ealo ftom Dr Weigall, i. .., Ihalmnionld, W:,?.;J, Lioreman and R. WolF The P doral Assoiation` "meets again on ' uoesday nexo t it' Maiooiab. bin. Local leams ure arranging prelim. inary' matcher, S oretarnies should aeC promptly;, ith a view of giving players an opportunity of getting into form. Choltounhant mcli hold a furlher general meeting of iem1ochrnr at the 'leolhaian ' Hlall on M[inda,. '\lem. bers and ilitending 'membei? should ttenoud, Cavrum elunb holds'ite annual moet. ing to nistist If i' uLdeistood a team will be enterod for the Federal competition, Tho annual- meting of theo Mar. dirlloo club was ield last Mondla'y, wh.'n 0there was a lnare attondanooe of membe...

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Market Gardeners' Association HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Market Gardeners'" Association --^-- , IHAlf-YEARI, Y MbkETING. "The twenty-seventh half-yearly meeting of members was held in the city on Wednesday night. The prosident (Mr F. T. LePage) pre sided. The report and balan!ce sheet are published below, They were received and adopted with very little di'cussion. A resolution was adopted, on the motion of Messrs Stayner and Ryan, whereby the associatiop . expressed the opinion that a morning market was preferable to an evening. . An amendmnnt by Messrs Barnett and Penny to the contraiy not finding sufficient favor. The manager (Mr Knight) said that during the last few. weeks the' association had not sent a cabbage to the country. The stuff . coming forward was noc good enough to send away. Generally at this time of the year the association received .cabbages of good quality from Somerville and Tyab ', but latterly the cabbages had been very poor. He anticipated that the association would pass through a bad period during the next'two. mon...

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CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

IARRUM ,,l mionthl,; Iet.iairg, . ii ro.. .g ies.A sociation:'w Iol h 0 o n ,qu-. day eveliipg,- ,tid ins' ell attfobdid. In the i~btenc o uel R.'I A' Colonso,. the vice-presidutn"' Mr J, Davis,, ,.ocoupied ,lthlo. chair '. Mj.E:, ..... Deakin was- rippuTiited. a moember of. the Foreoshoro Trust for the distiiot, A disussion l took place on t}he charges made by the shire council fi' asphalting vehiclo gateways to resi-n * deanes, and it wyI decried 'tha~t, the dacetar'yv f(M.lh; a'lfarthyi'i inein jn. ?'glutg d to \\ia to t.cti e .p,1 'ifbrhiation re LIm'i matter,' ;~ewas" also inishtiotod to ir;t.l,iinquiries as to the 'coditions 'findeir "whioh le i dents m.ay become subscribers to the local telephone exchange. It was. resolved that Cr Colenso bo reqnestedr to obtain partioaulars as .to the gs'.." blge raf?e ii iti'relatioito'to the -fa~'n ing community, The bazaar and sale of work in aid of the Methodist church building. fund, held in the Mechanics' Insti tnte on last Friday and ...

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CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

CHELSEA On Tuesday last a very pleasant eveniig was spent, when a send-olf to the children of Mr and Mrs Bu'. leigh was given by a large number of their young friends and schoolmhtos, Tho affair was organuised by Mrs Bennett, and took the form of a ten to the ohildren, followed by a musical <nd social evening, in whioh their parents took part, The young. Bur loighs were the recipients of somel very niee presents. During thea course of the ontortainmoent, somea excellont vocal and elocutionary items wore contributed. Refresh. ments wefoeparlaken of, dancing was indulged in till midn:ght, and 'oon eluded iwith "Anrld Lang Syneo'" Constable M'l)onald was a mostlefl cient M,C, A moeeting of the Fire Brigado was hold last Tuesdanc y at whlih Mr ,F, Frbwin provided. The meeting was snomowhat stor'm,b, resignations were ilying about, bnuteventually harmony was restored. hllo resignations were withdrawn, and possibly niemnboer will live happy over after. Two new members wore elec...

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Chelsea Fire Relief Fund [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Chelsea Fire, Relief Fund Replying on Thursday t?? a.6dpu tation fom the Chelsea lire .oliof Committeo, Oonsisting of itle srs , J, M'Donough, W, 'H. Wubli" J., Williamson and J. C. G?odte ;0. (J.) V. Hennessy, the Loid' Miyor, i?ug. gestod tliit when the couiiimilluo ap 1pronohed Mr W. A.' t; tho Premier, they should, q'1~?k?un .to appoint an orlieeri to iie rgate the claiq?,q i,d iake r. A-r.oeol~yndation, with a view t o g?atifng:' asirstlanoei as ??'U done in the.caie of other bais fires some years ago ·Or ?eunnoasy also prom'ised 'that, is ono.. ol li trustdis of?fhe Mipplaniid Bishli Firesd Fhulo, hl iv'd Wold e;onsnt with i'.3 s $t-t.'istoas, to see w.hetlier .they '.iui milot '"ili .· iirant b*um the. fdail'lii theI asdsitahe 'of the Choltoi0 Sitfftetriwithere beiith aeedit bnainre 'ti'"thlius fitut" at' pieseiit of about £5 .00..; . , '. * h 'depifatioai dBEblifd' ihuib the ide' seemed to hfive g" t albout that :those wiho lih?iv sull'eir?d "(ei o,?.iily lleanstio ' ?eekerk...

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Tale of a Boat. [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Tale of a Boat. Quite ,recently a scene of intense excitement prevailed on the beach at Aspendale near Bank road, An object was to be seen rising and falling with. the waves some dis tance from the shore. One indivi." dual who patrols the beach in search of offending bathers, quickly raised a hue and cry and forcibly dra gooned two men into a life saving expedition. They were compelled by the commander-in-chief to row With all their might, to tihe spot, where subsequently was found a boat, keel up ids. One y"ittlg man, failed to grasp the segioueness of the situation and after a, few strenuous pulls, decided to seek a spell, by dropping a rowlock into the water. The captain was amazed and agitated immediately, but proceeded with the utmost energy to the work ,of salving the derelict. The work was quickly stopped upon the cap tain finding out that he had not the necessary equipment and he pro ceeded shotewards to obtain same, The journey was accomplished with some difficulty and an a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

F. S. Beckwith, , FIP,S,', 1ng., Principal 165 Collins dtree.', M?lbolir e W. E. LOOKER. SWORN VAIUER, * Opposite Statioin, OiIMOND, State Land Tax A,ýessor, S.vorn valuations mid, Tbr P;obite Mcrtga;o or other 'p pos9li., *. Beach Blocks e Nscarcer Beach `Blocks rethan Diamonds At Aspendale, Ohelsea ard 0arrum, * To secure one you must act quickly., £5 Deposit £1 per month, .W, A. TOWLER, Auctioncer, .406 Collins Steot, City, o Local Offices, - Phone Central 3721 EN.RAL ,ROCEaR, etc, CHELSEA bIad for Sale,. Houses and Canips To tIt, . ' ' ... Insurances Effected ' ? W, Wehave. special' opportiunities for securing tenauts for liotusesd. ,Oyuel walld do 'wei} to place their business t r hain ands, Phone, 91M Chelft. The State Stores Limited .Chelsea : A WALSH, Mapager (Late Duncan's) General Stora, Post and Money Order Offleo also Winoe afe Are olffri?g new Stocks of Grocerieseat lowest market rates Our trade has. shown a" markerl improvement nrider new mt magetnent. -----A TRIAL OQR...

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Electricity! [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Eledricity 1 .:: The 'gates of the 'wholo' Q11i41.. are ope n-to theo·oeolte ician, Shile i *11! n~ol wSdnhereiirewiF1 'I~ \iJ ~ll: I get :ivhat he, wallq LETI CTRIOITy ' ; mzljiCTRIaITy 'I'::li0 World'i! movi koor' £1000,000 to be'epenf il l edotrifying, the railways, Jot thlii> dooýs. T'lio: man with eleotriolty in hie head hap whot ho lilies " hie pooket, Oev terms. are so reeasnable that ,thq poorest man can become ain o1eotrioihn Go now, right away,.'` WVrite a'vay for particuilard and find out'" liocv to beconie a, succeA:f lectrician,

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Obituary THE LATE MISS ANDERSON [Newspaper Article] — Moorabbin News — 28 March 1914

Obituary THE LATE MISS ANDERSON At the Mentone Presbyterian Church on Sunday last,., 22nd inst. .nv. J. H. HEwITT conducted an IN MEMORIAM service. In the course of an eloquent sermon, based upon REv. VII., 14, the Rev. speaker said, "The great souls are those who suffer yet murmur not". Measured by uoh, a test our friend and sister, Miss Anderson, was a great soul. The past two years of unrest and pain wore too severe for words; the long months of sufforing tried to the utmost the qualities of her spitit. Oaur friend never lost heart or hope in, the' world of daily living. Hers was a heavy oross bravely borne. IC it is true It is! "They servo who only stand and wait." We Yhave left to us an ex ample of noble servioe; she endured as seooing the invisible. Before the days of extreme weakness came, when visiting her as her minister, I have deeply felt the presence of the Unseen, If ministered ,unto, she ministered to those whose lot it was to be daily associated with her. If the secre...

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