Mission Work in Japan.— Preaching the Gospel does not seem to bring large pecuniary reward in Japan at presents We see it stated that at Thihohu a new Presbyterian church has recently been opened, and a graduate of Kioto, who in the service of the Government could command per month fifty or one hundred dollars, has become the pastor of it at the pitifully small salary of four dollars a month. An Incident op the Woods. —On the • night of the 13th of a logging camp on Yakima Territory, caved in on a partyrw men, crushing them to the ground aafcjeverely injuring several. John Allis3!F, one of the party, was crushed- beneath the weight of a heavy wall log into a largo open fire. It became necessary to saw the log off in order to extricate him. While this was being done he lay coals, and was literally roasted alive, '
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 77, 23 March 1880
Untitled Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 77, 23 March 1880
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