鈥楳y nephew and I are both economical, and I think that you and dear Fred may depend on money not being wasted in useless decorations. But the sacred edifice ought to be of brick, and pretty strong, not only to endure for years, but also to keep out the heat. A tiny church would not cost much; one so small that beams could reach from side to side. But if our Church is to go on growing, as we hope and pray that it may, what would be the advantage of having a tiny chapel, which would not comfortably accommodate ourselves in a fiery climate, and in which there would be no room at all for heathen spectators? We should be wanting a second; and how could we procure a second clergyman? Please thank dear Fred very, very much for his kindness in collecting, and assure him that we wish to make the money go as far as possible.鈥? "We got through the first chute all right," said Bearie, "but the wind blew us on to the rapids above Green Island and the crib stuck on the rocks. We worked all day to get her off, but it was no use. At last there was a creak and a crash, and the whole thing went to 'smithereens.' One stick only remained on the rock, with Martin clinging to one end and me to the other. It worked like a 'see-saw'; when Martin came up I went down, and when I came up Martin went down. Though my eyes, ears, nose and mouth were full of water, I managed to call out,鈥? This letter did not produce the effect on Ernest that it would have done before his imprisonment began. His father and mother thought they could take him up as they had left him off They forgot the rapidity with which development follows misfortune, if the sufferer is young and of a sound temperament. Ernest made no reply to his father鈥檚 letter, but his desire for a total break developed into something like a passion. 鈥淭here are orphanages,鈥?he exclaimed to himself, 鈥渇or children who have lost their parents 鈥?oh! why, why, why, are there no harbours of refuge for grown men who have not yet lost them?鈥?And he brooded over the bliss of Melchisedek who had been born an orphan, without father, without mother, and without descent. Abbie and Bearie tried to outrival each other in relating anecdotes and incidents of interest which had taken place during the interval of absence from each other, in the vain hope of arousing the interest of their military friend, who sat on the end of a bench twirling his swagger stick nervously. 鈥淐ome here, Jack, my boy,鈥?said Ernest, 鈥渉ere鈥檚 a shilling for you.鈥?The boy blushed and could hardly be got to come in spite of our previous blandishments; he had had pennies given him before, but shillings never. His father caught him good-naturedly by the ear and lugged him to us. 日本无遮掩裸身图片 鈥淏ecause, my dear father,鈥?said Ernest still laughing, 鈥渕y aunt left it to him in trust for me, not in trust either for you or for my Uncle John 鈥?and it has accumulated till it is now over L70,000. But tell me how is my mother?鈥? True, all would be changed as soon as he could endow the College for Spiritual Pathology; matters, however, had not gone too well with 鈥渢he things that people bought in the place that was called the Stock Exchange.鈥?In order to get on faster, it had been arranged that Ernest should buy more of these things than he could pay for, with the idea that in a few weeks, or even days, they would be much higher in value, and he could sell them at a tremendous profit; but, unfortunately, instead of getting higher, they had fallen immediately after Ernest had bought, and obstinately refused to get up again; so, after a few settlements, he had got frightened, for he read an article in some newspaper, which said they would go ever so much lower, and, contrary to Pryer鈥檚 advice, he insisted on selling 鈥?at a loss of something like L500. He had hardly sold when up went the shares again, and he saw how foolish he had been, and how wise Pryer was, for if Pryer鈥檚 advice had been followed, he would have made instead of losing it. However, he told himself, he must live and learn. The Walls consist of Carneous-Parts within, 鈥楳ay 4.鈥擯lough. Subject Passover. K. very nice. Gave Gurmukhi Primer. Saw P. D.... Remembers Maria. Wants to learn Urdu. Had good conversation with S.... Saw pretty bibi and nice brother. He read first part of Acts ii. I lent him Daybreak.