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SERIOUS COLLIERY DISASTER.I

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THE SALVATION ARMY. i The annual meeting of the Salvation Army was on Monday evening in Exeter Hall, when ?e&eralBeothdelivered an address on "The Rise and r°gress of the Salvation Army." It was just three ^rs, he said, since they opened their Congress Hall, ^d they had made a steady and remarkable advance. Wing those three years they had beet tested and in almost every way. They had been tried by and their trials continued. One of the Captains bad been sentenced to one month's imprison- lJJent in York for singing in the market place, two °t}¡ r-, "Scera were just out of gaol in Leeds, and in Brad- a captain had been sentenced to eight days' im- jpIsonrnent for carrying on the operations of the j.^y. In Switzerland thirty of their soldiers were Prison, and, to show the virulence and hatred of t°tne towards the army, a policeman threatened i summon a captain for praying for him. They just commenced in German Switzerland, and Q6re doing very well. In the United States and an_ada no fewer than GOO Salvationists were suffer- imprisonment. They had been tried by persecu- k0?8' bJ lawsuits, and by deep and abject poverty, ° out of their trials the Salvation Army had come prions. As to the results, so far as the outside „°rid was concerned, they had not been able to please o16 devil. He believed the devil hated them more he did last year. He was sure they had not eased the world, "but they had not tried to do so. J??? had maintained, and did maintain, sound 'hodox doctrine. If the rank and file of the army ^re tested, he believed they would be found the of°tU 0r'o^ox Christian organisation on the face ste a- earkh. During these three years they had gone forward in the track of holy self-sacrifice thfi abour, for the salvation of the world, and had justified all the reasonable expecta- gJ01* that had been raised concerning them, in t years ago the colours of the Army were flying 8e w° different countries, now they were flying in R 1^teen. Seven years ago they had 81 corps, now Seven years ago they had 127 officers jjy assistants to carry on this war as leaders, Otia they had 2650. Seven years ago they had just le 11 had 9oWSPaPsr, a small monthly magazine now they j,a separate publications, 19 of which were news- Lffers> with a united circulation of something like million per week. If he lived till 1900 the Arniy w0llld have its great international ijjpp centre temple, in which by telephones and I PeoTnt P^ans they should be able to make 50,000 I Sal ^ear the glorious announcement that the ■ 1Ovation Army had at least two million soldiers who ■ j willing to"die for the Lord Jesus Christ. They had H lsified alftbe fears entertained concerning them, and ■ ? ply repaid all the prayers, sympathy, and money in- I ^ie ■^>r™e Minister of the Colony of Yictoria I £ lnrvn0l?'ae<*to try to induce his Parliament to grant H womm home for the rescue of fallen I Thev ttwJ 6 ySalvation Army in that colony. I to »I f°rward, and had started a column I h-iv r0l!'r vi-llages of England. They were to I serin C^ra?ans every county, and they were now I 0 Us v J:'011tempi a ting extending their operations to ■ war had broken out between England and H tbey should have been able to offer the Govern- I 8^, ,^Wo hundred nurses, on condition that they ■ alijj be permitted to nurse English and Russians &ehtl' Salvation navy was about to be started, and a ^et i6113ailhad given them a steam yacht one hundred by which they would be enabled to go up and tljfi f]'L coast among the fishermen, sailing into all ^hnr rent ports, and making a Salvation sensation tlj6 6Ver she went. A collection was taken to defray Ost of prosecuting the work, and a considerable Was contributed.

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