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Mrs Baeyertz's Mission.

. The interest in Mrs Baeyertz's mission has deepened during the past week. Her meetings for women and girls on Wednesday and for men and boys on' Thursday evening were largely attended, and ,at the afternoon services, when addresses have been delivered .to Christians on personal Holiness, the /numbers present have largely increased. On ■ Sunday-afternoon and evening next Mrs Baeyertz will speak on the Jewish Passover and the Great White Throne; and on Monday evening' the subject will be the Lord's Second, Coming,,. Judging from newspaper reports, elsewhere',this last is -a deeply interesting address. 1 In Ht'she sete before her hearers the remarkable rise of the Jew during the past century, and the position of , hpnor and influence that yet awaits him. \} In fact, these three are generally considered her most powerful addresses, and we would urge all who have not yet heard her to embrace these last opportunities.

The mission will close with a Holiness Meeting to be held in the Wesleyan Church on Tuesday evening. Admission to it will be by tickets, which may be obtained at any of the previous services, and on this occasion any who desire will be afforded the opportunity of making a thank offering.

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Mrs Baeyertz's Mission., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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Mrs Baeyertz's Mission. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2435, 7 June 1890

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