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After reading the minutes of the last meeting, the following memorial to the General Conference from the officers of the church at College View, Neb., was read COLLEGE VIEW, NEB., Feb. To the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in Conference Assembled Greeting. The church would be able and willing to erect a building suitable for its own work. The next largest gain is in Russia, where the numbers have increased from 383 to 451, and this notwithstanding the large exodus of our Russian brethren to America, as many as thirty having left one church alone to come to this country. C., presented his credentials and took his seat in the General Conference. The largest gain has been in Germany, the numberincreasing from 111 to 195. Of Central America, more properly only the Bay and plans are laid for a camp-meeting to commence March 26 at the same place; the first meeting of this Islands and British Honduras, where the work has kind ever attempted by any denomination in Aus- gone so satisfactorily, it is worth mentioning that the work was begun indirectly by a poor sister on the tralasia. The results keepers; and in a letter just received Elder Israel of the two years' work in the South Pacific have says that a forty foot tent is to be used among the been touched upon by others. Z., ten of whom have already that the membership of 110 reported in the Polyaccepted the truth through the labors of Brother nesian mission comprises two churchesone in Anderson, formerly with the " Pitcairn." A tent the Sandwich Islands, and the church on Pitcairn meeting is now under way in the town of Hastings, Island. With this addition the entire building would accommodate fifty-six girls, 104 boys, and about twenty students in the attic, or 180 in all. As the foreign fields are so well represented at this General Conference, and the progress and needs of the various fields have been placed before the delegates during the Institute, and will be further touched upon by those who can speak from personal connection with the work, it will not be expected of the Foreign Mission Secretary to enter into any amount of detail in his report. lathing electric wire and bells expense and interest 18,390 83 15,387 78 3,176 35 349 05 744 00 953 05 39,001 06 3,957 42 Personal property, library, tools, fixtures, etc 13,000 00 Real estate 35,880 22 Bills receivable Due from North Pacific Conference 761 85 Upper Columbia Conference 3,153 96 " Walla Walla citizens 1,250 00 " 5,165 81 1,571 27 300 00 200 00 Sundry accounts Development of spring Cash on hand 99,075 78 LIABILITIES. This it is estimated can be built at a cost of 6000, including necessary heating apparatus, but not the furnishing of the basement. Spicer, the Foreign Mission Secretary, gave the following report REPORT OF FOREIGN MISSION SECRETARY. A our Russ 1n churches has moved across into Routent effort in N. Work is organized into churches, who do not therefore appear in progress also on publications in the Spanish, Polin our statistics this year. Of the new fields, Polynesia was just being opened Since the close of the year, New Zealand has had more than thirty accessions to the ranks of Sabbath- up at the time of our last Conference.
THE General Conference convened again Tuesday, February 21, at 10 o'clock A. BELOVED BRETHREN; We, the officers of the College View Church, desire to call your attention to the need of a church building at this place, and would set forth the following facts concerning our circumstances 1. b It is detrimental to the interests of the College to have the doors open at various times during the week for public meetings. Indeed pledges for this purpose were secured to the amount of some 5,000, over a year ago. The tithe receipts in foreign fields at the last General Conference were 19,417; this year the amount of tithe reported is 52,710.But those are generally considered isolated incidents that do not indict the entire nation. Sushi is pretty much the biggest one, since white people have spent so much time Sushi restaurants, enjoying the food, learning about how to eat it, and how to be snobby about it.This natural curiousity fills them with a need to pay a visit to Tsukiji and taste the freshest Sushi possible.Though there is full white consensus on a number of white things, there is perhaps nothing that draws more universal white acclaim than the island nation of Japan.It should be noted, that some white people harbor SOME ill will toward Japan because of whaling, killing dolphins or Nanking.