Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

17 articles on this Page

[No title]

Advertising

Advertising

! LADIES' LETTER I-

[No title]

News
Cite
Share

The C.M.S. Gazette" for January says:— "Since his return from his visit to Uganda in November, 1907, Mr. Winston Churchill, Presi- dent of the Board of Trade, has often publicly spoken on the part Christian Missions have taken in promoting civilization in Central Africa, and n a book just published, "My Afri- can Journey," he thus sums up his conclusions as to the results of missionary work in Uganda: -"lissionary work comprises every form or moral and social activity. Apart from their spiritual work, which needs no advocacy here, [ the missionaries have undertaken and are now ( maintaining the whole educational system of the country. They have built many excellent schools and thousands of young Baganda are being taught to read and write in their own language. The whole country is dotted with subsidiary mission-stations, each one a centre of philanthropic and Christian effok. Thern are good hospitals, with skilful doctors and nurses or sisters of charity, in connection with all the missions. The largest of these, be- longing to the Church Missionary Society, is a model of what a tropical hospital for natives I ought to be. Technical education is now being added to thttse services, And in fl¡¡; ;t S to be hope; the Government will be ai.-le o eo-oper- ate." (

!P";'Fwr11.' IESTATE MARKET…

Advertising

Elephant's Tantrums.

. Great Fire at Dewsbury.

0 Fell Into a Kiln.

Advertising

RURAL LIFE.

Advertising

AGRICULTURAL POLITICS.

Premier's Double.

RURAL LIFE.

AGRICULTURAL POLITICS.