With the July number the-Young: Man's Magazine changed its place of publication from Wellington to Dunedin, and passed to a new editor. The August number, just to hand, gives prominence to the Bible Class movement, but in addition there are several interesting features. For instance.' the Rev. J. Aitken’s "Reading Circle,” dealing on this occasion with Bacon’s Essays, is a most interesting as well as instructive article, and not less so is l the series entitled “Vistas of Life,” by Ross Traquair. Mr Race, the Canadian Commissioner to the Exhibition, has a line paper on “True Citizenship.” The other contents, both prose and poetry, are stimulating and helpful, and youngmen will find the magazine well worth the moderate subscription charged.
A Chinaman at Arrowtown who draws 12s a month from the Charitable Aid Board devotes 5s to rice, 6s to tobacco, and,ls to matches.
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Magazine Notice., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 17, 10 August 1907
Magazine Notice. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 17, 10 August 1907
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