The Rev. John Jasper, a colored parson, of Richmond (Virginia), is nothing if not sensational. Recently an allegorical wedding ceremony was performed in his church. Ten virgins with the'r lamps burning walked down the aisle to meet the groom at the door, and when the lamps of the five foolish virgins went out, they were summarily shown the door, and forced to wait outside until the ceremony was over. Meanwhile, the five wise virgins escorted the groom up the aisle to meet the bride, while the choir sang ‘Behold, the bridegroom cometh,'
THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND. ES3*37 , JSi.I3xL.ZSX-3:2320 3.8*72. THE ATTENTION OF PERSONS ABOUT TO MAKE THEIR WiLLS IS DIRECTED TO THE LARGELY-REDUCED SCALE OF CHARGES ON COLLECTION OF MONEYS, AS SHOWN IN “ NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE” OF JULY 18, 1889, PAGE 730. _____ HEAD OFFICE: WELLINGTON. LOCAL AGENT : J. EDMUND SMITH.
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