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THE

MISSIONARY HERALD

CONTAINING

THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

American Board of ecommissioners for foreign Missions

WITH A VIEW OF

OTHER BENEVOLENT OPERATIONS

FOR THE YEAR 1898

VOL. XCIV.

BOSTON

BEACON PRESS, THOMAS TODD
14 BEACON STREET

1898

THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

138828 ASTOR, LENOX AND TILDEN FOUNDATIONS.

1899

INDEX

OF THE

PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN

THIS VOLUME.

sen,

Adabazar, 140, 147.
Africa. (See East Central, West Central, and Zulu

Missions.) Opening, 6; Livingstonia Mission, 27,
362, 513; Revolt in Uganda, 28, 43, 71, 91, 213, 279,
404, 424 , Progress in South Africa, 46 ; Self-support
in, 91; On the Congo, 111, 128, 214; Swiss Mission,
197; Revolt in West Africa, 215; French Protestants
on the Congo, 238; The Upper Niger, 239; Res-
cued Gallas, 240; Among the Bakubas, 240 ; Super-
stition in, 329; The French Congo, 363 ; Our Mis-

sion in the Transvaal, 389; An Advance in, 488.
Africa, East Central Mission. Christian Endeavor

Society in, 193; The Care of a School, 400; A Grow-

ing Work, 457.
Africa, West Central, Mission. Hopeful Outlook at

Chisamba, 22; From Bailundu, 108; A New Settle-
ment, 108; An Exploration, 108; The Valuimbi,
109; Adverse Influences, 144; No Rum Given, 145 ;
Week of Prayer at Bailundu, 191; Kamundongo-
Training Evangelists, 192; Christmas at Chisamba,
192; A Chief Impressed, 193; An Interested Chief-
tain, 311; Among the Caravans, 349; Types of
Character, 350; Difficulties in Medical Work, 398 ;
A New Village-A Temperance Movement, 399;

Promising Young Men, 504.
Aintab, 217.
Albanians, The, 92.
Almanac, American Board, 4, 486.
American Baptist Missionary Union, 214.
Annual Meeting, 293, 378, 421 ; Minutes of, 469.
Annual Survey, 439.
Armenian Relief Committee, 257.
Anicles. Too Much or Too Little-Which? 11 ; the
Great Hokkaido, 12; True Giving is Life Giving,
15; Christian Missions and Social Progress, 19;
Publication Department of Western Turkey Mission,
51; Turning of the Tide in Japan, 55; Joy of En-
durance, 57; A Neglected People—the Albanians,
92; A Quarter Century of Missionary Work at Van,
95; Sixth Annual Conference of Foreign Mission-
ary Societies, 97 ; Typical Village Church in Madura
Mission, 99; In Memoriam--Mrs. E. R. Montgom-
ery and Mrs. Charlotte J. Perkins, 133; The Sorrows
of India, 135; Third Convention of the Student
Volunteer Movement, 138; "The Gospel of Discon-
tent,"' 139 ; A Model Church in Turkey, 140; Words
of Cheer and Cries for Help, 176; The German
Mission in Shantung, China, 182; From the Dep-
utation in China, 216; Jubilee of Protestantism in
Aintab, Central Turkey, 217; Missionary Touring
in Japan, 221; A Study of Missionaries and their
Work, 223; Caroline Islands and Religious Liberty,
261; Twenty-five Years in Bohemia, 264 ; A Theo-
logical Seminary Itinerating, 266 ; Samuel Bacon
Fairbank, D.D., 300; Commencement in North China
College, 302; Triennial Statement to the National
Congregational Council, Portland, Oregon, 304 ; In-
terdenominational Courtesies in China, 309; Inter-
national Institute for Girls in Spain, 339 ; Mrs. Al-
bert Bowker, 341; Henrietta B. Williams, 342; The
Hymns of Systematic Beneficence, 343; A Mission
and its Functions, 346; The American Missionary,
348; Segregation Camps in India, 385; The Broader
Benevolence, 387; Our Mission in the Transvaal,
389; The Church at Paoting-fu, North China-An
Ordination, 392; Missionary Outlook in China, 428;
Young Manhood and Womanhood in Missions, 434;
Annual Survey of the A. B. C. F. M., 439; Sum-
mary of Treasurer's Report, 454; Greek Work in
the Cesarea District, 502; Educational Reform in
China, 495 ; New Rooms of American Board, 492 ;
China's Dowager Empress, 494; Bardezag, 497.

Austria, Affairs at Prague, 88; Twenty-five Years in

Bohemia, 264.
Bibliographical. In Lands Afar, 1; Barrows's Chris.

tianity the World Religion, 30; Smith's Short
History of Christian Missions, 30; MacCoun's
Holy Land in Geography and History, 31; De-
virian's Our Troubles in Asia, 31; Fridtjof Nan-

Life and Explorations, 31 ; Dennis's Chris-
tian Missions and Social Progress, 49; Good's A
Life for Africa, 72; James's Alaska, its Neglected
Past, its Brilliant Future, 72; Music for the Soul,
72; Bompiani's Short History of Italian Waldenses
of Cottian Alps, 72; Thwing's American College in
American Life, 72: Students' Standard Dictionary,
73; Memorial of Secretary Clark, 85; Bishop's Ko-
rea and her Neighbors, 154; Africa Waiting, 154 ;
Map of Palestine in the Time of Christ, 240, India,
the Horror-stricken Empire, 240 ; Behind the Par-
dah, 241; Apostolic and Modern Missions, 241 ;
Strong's Twentieth Century City, 322; Missionary
Methods for Missionary Committees, 365; On the
Threshold of Three Closed Lands, 365 ; Her Twenty
Heathen, and Other Missionary Stories, 365 ; The
Missionary Expansion of the Reformed Churches,
365; Clark's Fellow Travelers, 460 ; Story of John
G. Paton for Young Folks, 460; Hepworth's
Through Armenia on Horseback, 516 ; Cary's
Rhythmical Version of the Book of Job, 517; Miss
Crosby's with South Sea Folk, 517; Speer's Mis-
sions and Politics in Asia, 517; Gifford's Everyday
Life in Korea, 518; Gale's Korean Sketches, 518;
Illuminated Holy Bible, 518; Noble's Our Re-

demption, 518 ; St. Paul: An Autobiography, 519.
Bulgaria. A Missionary Service, 255.
Caroline Islands, 253, 261, 289, 297, 378, 424.
Ceylon, Nine Nights' Festival in, 121 ; A Unique In-

cident, 167; Jaffna College, 171.
China. (SeeFuochow, South, China, North China,

and Shafst Missions Items 31, 338, 364, 422,
426; Returfing•to;-6 ;-Deputatibn 10:41; , 125,
166, 210, 216, 254. Germany in 12, 71;: Advance
in, 42; Remarkable; Proclamation, 69; A. Wide
Door, 70; A.Ney Institute for 91; Opening of,
129; A New Railway sn - 1.30;

A Chinese Feast for
the First-Hom; 101: Germán Mission in Shan-
tung, 182; The Rejum' to Rucheng, 194; Mission-
ary's Retuón 10, 219;. The Saramilo for, 256; Con-
tribution from, 258 ; The Bible ar, 299; Interdenom-
inational Courtesies in, 309; Médical Missions in,
380 ; Report from, 423 ; Anti-Footbinding Society,
426; Missionary Outlook in, 4:28; Educational Re.
form, 495; Hopes and Fears in, 485; Dowager Em-
press, 494 ; A Christian Grave-tender in, 525.
Christian Endeavor Day, H.
Church Missionary Society, 47, 259, 364, 424.
Committee of Fifteen, Report of, 477.
Deaths, 32, 73, 113, 242, 282, 366, 407.
Deputation to China, 41, 86, 125, 166, 210, 216, 254,

382, 423.
Donations, 32, 73, 113, 155, 198, 243, 282, 323, 366, 407,

460,
Doshisha, The, 6, 168, 255, 270.
Faith Missions, 7.
Famine in India, 26, 128.
Fiji, 321.
Financial, 1, 43, 87, 127, 167, 211, 255, 295, 335, 379,

423, 487.
Foochow Mission. Items, 86, 337, 426; Suburbs of

Foochow, 64; Hundreds of Inquirers, 65 ; A Year
of Growth, 103; Woman's Meeting, 104; Results of

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