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LIFE AND LIGHT

FOR

WOMAN.

PUBLISHED BY THE

WOMAN'S BOARDS OF MISSIONS.

1892, Vol. XXII.

BOSTON:
FRANK Wood, PRINTER.

THE NEW YORK
IPUBLIC LIBRARY

:33:08

INDEX TO VOLUME XXII.
ASTOR, LENOX AND
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS WOMAN'S BOARD OF MISSIONS.

4005

ATRICA, Letter from Mrs. Edwards, 3; Letter OUR WORK AT HOME, April Meeting, 278; Annual

from Mrs. Fay, 4; Letter from Miss Price, 359; Meeting, 25, 67, 522, 570; Bible Readings, 22, 66,

New Continent of Africa, Changes in Twenty. 125, 170, 223, 271, 319, 306, 416, 466, 516, 563; Holy

five Years, 6; Some Inanda Schoolgirls, 63; Shadow, The, 467; Leaflets, 1 29; Leaves from Our

Umcitwa and 'Yona, 263, 303: Word from Mrs. Branches, 24, 72, 176, 228, 272, 323, 372, 420, 469,

Stover, 255

519; Material Adavantages for Missionary Effort,

AUSTRIA, Work in Austria, 507.

173; Missionary to the Missionaries, 468; Mov.

BIBLE READINGS, Belief of the Truth, 319; Bless. ing the Fence Farther Out, 320; Nehemiah's

ing cf Peace, 466; Christian Joy a Strength, 170; Method, 225; Quarterly Meeting, 568; Pot-bound

God's Everlasting Faithfulness, 516; Joy of Missionaries, 418; Receipts, 26, 74, 130, 178, 231,

Harvest, 366; Lord's Witnesses, 223, My Neigh. 279, 326, 379, 422, 47' 523, 570; Special Call to
bor, 22; Power of Prayer, 66; That Your Faith Woman's Foreign Missionary Work, 174; Thank
and Hope May Be in God, 125; Vision of God, Offerings, 367; Topics for Auxiliary Meetings,
271; What Doth the Lord' thy God Require of

23, 73, 130, 177, 230, 277, 325, 371, 422, 470, 521, 523,
Thée, 416; Words of Jesus, 563.

569; Why and How of Boys Mission Bands, 517;

CHINA, Appeal for Workers at Pao-ting-fu, 216; Women with Hands, 171; Ways of Working,

Report of Foochow Boarding School, 403; Re- 565.

port of Work in Tung.cho, Extracts from, 400; POETRY, An Easter Voice, 153; Light for the Na.

Touring Notes, 405; Woman's llospital in Foo. tions, 165; Rejoice, ye Christians, 1; Rise on the

chow, 315; Woman's Influence in China, 401;

Shadowed Nations, 97-

Women's Meetings in Foochow, 162.

SPAIN, Boarding School at San Sebastian, 503; The

ILLUSTRATIONS, Bowker Hall, Bombay, 60; Gospel in Spain, 512; Progress in the School at

Boarding School at Foochow, 404; Bruce, Miss San Sebastian, 61.

Harriet L., 203; Carey's Pulpit, 549; Chandler, Topics FOR AUXILIARY MEETINGS, Century of

Mrs. Charlotte E., 202; College at Serampore, 550; Missionary Effort, A, 569; Gospel for Japanese

Dancing Girl in India, 208; Gateway to Mission Women, 470; Islands of the Sea, 277; Millions in

Premises, Pao-ting-fu, 400; Graduating Class of China, 422; Mission Work in Papal Lands, 521;

Medical Students, Foochow, 316; High-caste New Continent of Africa, 23; Our Great Oppor.

Girls, 555; House Where Carey Died, 549; Howe, tunity, 178; Power of Prayer in Missionary Work,

Miss Annie L., and a Kindergartner, 401; 73; Redemption of India's Women, 230; Study

Kaahumanu, 258; Kapiolani, 259; Liliuokalani, of Some of the Great Religions, 325; Thank-

Queen of Sandwich Islands, 200; Little Amy, Offering Meetings, 371; Twenty.five Years in

305; Little Japanese, goo; Lotus Pond, 408; Turkey, 130.

Low.caste Girl, 557; Madonna of the Lily, 1; Topics for Mission CIRCLE MEETINGS, Boys and

Mexican Woman, 496; Mexico, Sketches from, Girls in China, 414; Changes in India in Twenty-

497; Princess Kaiulani, 261; Pundita Ramabi, five years, 221, Children's Opportunity, 168; Gods

200; Spain, Map of, 504; Schools in Turkey, '12, of Heathen Children, 319; Islands of the Pacitic,

115; Teresa and Her Husband, 511; Tomb of Ca- 269; Japan, Old and New, 464; Light in the Dark

rey, 550; Widow Wallis' House, 552; Why Weep. Continent, 21; Mission Work in Papal Lands, 514;

est Thou, 153; Yona, 264.

Thank-Offering Service, 365; Turkey, 123; What

INDIA, Bowker Hall, Bombay, 59; Bowker Hall, Children's Prayers can do, 05.

Opening of, 99; Changes in India, 213; Christian TURKEY, American College for Girls, 457; Bible

Death in a'Heathen Land, 20; 'Contrasts, 553; Woman in Van, 108; Bible Women, Report of,

Day Schools, 218; Hindu Gentleman, Letter from, 356; Charter Day in American College for Girls,

398; Hindu Woman and Her Redemption, 205; If Constantinople, 308; Chief Nationalities of the

They Only Knew, 558; Mahableshwar and the Ottoman Empire, 101; Evangelistic Work

Sanitarium, 266; Root, Letter from Dr. Pauline, among Women, 103; Girls' Boarding Schools,

410; Thank Offerings, 352.

110; Glimpses of Oorfa, 12; Kindergarten in Ces.

IN MEMORIAM, Mrs. Charles Stoddard, 567.

area, 169; Kindergarten in Smyrna, 463; Letters.

JAPAN, Education of Women, 448; Japanese Bible from Harpoot, Extracts, 254, 255; Letter from

Woman's Report, 158; Kindergarten in Kobe, Mrs. Newell, Extract, 447; Religious Interest in

459; Power of Praper452; Sunday's Work, 454; Harpoot, 160; Religious Work in Euphrates Col.

Wosien's Bite Tong School in Kobe, 155. lege, 456; Some Visits in Constantinople, 106.
MYXICO, Extract from:Letter, 494;. One of the YOUNG PEOPLES' DepaRTMENT-JUNIOR WORK,
..Saints, 509; Present Attitude of Protestants Day Schools in India, 218; Gospel in Spain, 512;

toward the Churrth of Rome, 499; Sketch of Helper for Toderog 16; If They Only Knew, 558;

. - Nissior Work in Chihuahua, 495.

Kindergarten in Cesarea, 169; Kindergarten in

MICRONESIA; Foss, Letter from Miss Ida C., 312; Kobe, 459; Kindergarten in Smyrna, 463; Light
- Journal Extracts, 39; Perils by Sea, 355; Rand, for the Nations (poetry), 165; Mahableshwar and

Extract of Letter from Mrs. Carrie T., 495; Wo. the Sanitarium, 266; My Thanksgiving Box, 361;
man's Boxes i Micronesia, 313,

One of the Saints, 509; Plea for Junior Work,

MISCELLANEOUS, Daily Prayer in Missionary 165; Report of Young Ladies' Societies, 219;

"Work, 55; Editorial Paragraphs, 2, 49, 98, 154, Root, Letter from Dr. Pauline, 410; Some Inanda

201, 253, 301, 350, 397, 446, 494, 545; Flash Lights Schoolgirls, 63; Topics for Children's Meetings,

on William Carey, 548; Hawaiian Islands, The, 21, 65, 123, 108, 221, 209, 318, 365, 414, 464, 514;

257; How to Increase Interest in Meetings, 126; Woman's Hospital in Foochow, 315; Young Wo.

Our Prayers, Their Effect, 51.; Widow Wallis men and Missions, 117.

Back Parlor, 551.

BOARD OF THE PACIFIC.

HOME DEPARTMENT, An Advance, 232; Annual INDIA, Facts from late Census, 236; Letters from

Meeting, 573; Annual Meeting of Southern Miss Perkins, 331, 3So; Saral, 425.

Branch, 353; May Meeting, 32S; Plan of Work Japan, Earthquake in Japan, 29; Letter from Miss.

for Washington, i81; Report of Home Secretary, Gunnison, 235; Our "California ne" (Illus.

; Report of

trated), 525.

Treasurer, 31; Southern California, 79.

MISCELLANEOUS, Good Cheer, 184.

TURKEY, Letters from Mrs. Baldwin, 281, 473.

BOARD OF THE INTERIOR.

AFRICA, Madagascar, 482; Our Yona, 186; Revival IN MEMORIAM, Miss Carrie S. Bell, 145; Mrs.

Work in South Africa, 434.

Henry Plant, 146.

BRIDGE BUILDERS, Beginning School Work in JAPAN, Annual Mission Meeting, Notes from, 529;

Peking, 44; Glory Kindergarten Examinations, Cozad, Miss Gertrude, Letter from, 579; Dud.
Records of, 537; Kobe College, 192; May Rallies, ley, Miss, Letter from, 287; Gill, Miss Almona,
296; Monastir, Letters from, 441; School and Letter from, 245; Glory Kindergarten, Records
Kindergarten Work in Stamboul, 321; Some Ex. of, 537; Gulick, Mrs., Letter from, 189; Kobe
perience in Teaching in China, 42; Story of a College, 192; Kobe Girls' School, 81; Kobe Home,
Teacher in the Madura School, 147; Sunday School Letter froin a Visitor, 33; Kumamoto, Encourage.
in Cairo, 295

ments and Discouragernents, 285; Meyer, Miss,

CHINA, Beginning School Work in Peking, 44; Letter from, 187; More of Miss Wainwright's

Footbinding, 35; Haven, Letter from Miss Ada, Tour, 247; What a Music Teacher Can Do, 190;

433; Home Again, 142; Life in Shantung, 137; Woman's Work in Niigata, 144.
Lin Ching, 535; Russell, Miss, Letter from, 577; Mexico, Letter from Mrs. Crawford, 243; Some
Shansi Mission, 248; Some Experience in Teach.

Mexican Teachers, 429.
ing, 42; Stanley, Miss, Letter from, 90; Woman's MICRONESIA, Hoppin, Miss, Letter from, 339; How
Work in Pang.Chuang, 387; Word from Miss we Live in the Kusaie School, 390; Little, Miss
Chapin about Scholarships, 535; Work in Pao. Alice, Letter from, 531; Logan, Mrs., Extracts
ting-fu, 531.

from Journal, 333; Logan, Mrs., Extracts from
CORAL WORKERS, How we Live in the Kusaie Letter, 242; Power of Prayer, 530; Thanksgiving

School, 300; Kindergarten Work at Marash, 289; Day in Kusaie, 385.
Mary D. Mills, Letter from, 91; Monastir, Letters MISCELLANEOUS, Reviews, Reconsiderations, Re-
from, 442; Question for Leaders, 194; Story of a visions, 486; Thank Offerings, 340.
Chinese Boy, 240; Work for Erzroom, 291.

Poetry, Easter, 185; Hymn of the Covenant, 198;
HOME DEPARTMENT, Annual Meeting, 490, 581; Trust, 440.

Calendar, 556; Correction, 490; Female Education STUDIES IN MISSIONS, Bible Reader, The, 488;
in India, 393; Heathen Woman's Prayer, 541; Bible Teachings on Giving, 297; Condition of
Need of the Hour, 292; The Observer, 46, 196, Heathen Women, 538; Inanda Seminary and
250, 393, 459, 541; Our Thank-offering Meeting, Umzumbe Home, 197; Kobe College, 94; Madura
540; Receipts, 47, 95, 150, 199, 251, 299, 347, 394, Girls' Boarding School, 150; Prayer in Missions,
442, 491, 512, 558; Self-denial, 539; Studies in Mís. 391; Reasons for Thanksgiving, 436; Review of
sions, 45, 93, 150, 197, 249, 297, 345, 391, 436, 488, the Year, 587; Samokov School and Monastir
538, 597; Talk about Tithes, 438; What One School, 249; The School as a Missionary Force,
Worker Veeds, 391.

45; The World's Debt to Missionaries, 316.

ILLUSTRATIONS, Anatolia College, Marsovan, 477; TURKEY, Barnum, Mrs., Letter from, 238; Brewer,

Girls' School, Marsovan, 478.

Miss, Letter from Sivas, 288; Facts which En.

INDIA, Female Education in India, 393; Glimpse at courage, 39; Graham, Miss, Letter from, 237;

Medical Evangelistic Work, 430; Heathen Hard Knots untangled in Hadjin Home, 139;

Woman's Prayer, 541; Miss Millard, Letter from, Kindergarten Work at Marash, 259; Monastir,

246; Story of a Teacher in Madura School, 147; Letters from, 441; School and Kindergarten Work

Young Women in India, 479.

in Stamboul, 341; School at Marsovan,

one Worker Needs,391; Word from Marsovan,240.

LADY MISSIONARIES MENTIONED IN VOL. XXII.

Abbott, Miss Austice, 364.

Bruce, Mrs. H. P., 211.

Abell, Miss Annie E., 350.

Bunker, Mrs. Isabel II., 3, 303.

Allchin, Mrs. Nellie M., 324, 377.

Burrage, Miss F. E., 114, 169.

Allen, Mrs. C. R., 113.

Bush, Miss Caroline E., 108, 239, 253, 350.

Andrews, Miss Mary E., 69, 71.

Bushee, Miss Alice, 446, 514.

Andrus, Mrs. Olive N., 111, 528.

Carter, Miss, 4.

Atkinson, Mrs. J. L., 29, 68, 452.

Chamberlain, Miss L. B.72: 114: 350.,

Baird, Mrs. Ellen R., 351, 441.

Chambers, Mrs. Robert, 353 ..

Baldwin, Mrs. Harriet F., 163.

Chandler, Mrs. C. E., 5, 103; 50:

Baldwin, Mrs. M.J., 133, 281, 476.

Chandler, Miss Gertrude, 177, 350, 375.-

Barbour, Miss Catherine H., 62, 514.

Channon, Mrs. Mary L., 270.

Barnum, Miss Emma M., 113, 161.

Chapin, Miss Jane E., 44, 90, 4537 5355 577

Barnum, Mrs. H. N., 113, 238.

Clapp, Mrs. Mary J., 248.
Barn um, Mrs. H.S., 110.

Clark, Mrs. Harriet M., 285, 454.
Barrows, Miss M.J., 35, 81, 87, 155, 189, 287.

Clark, Mrs. Ruth E., 507, 5:5.
Bartlett, Mrs. Cornelia C., 114,

Closson, Miss S. A., 114.
Bartlett, Miss Nellie S., 124, 463.

Coffing, Mrs. J. L., 139.
Bassett, Mrs., 285.

Colby, Miss Abbie M., 350, 377, 493.
Bates, Miss Eula G., 142.

Cole, Miss Harriet L , 441.

Bell, Miss Carrie S., 145, 583.

Cozad, Miss Gertrude, 144, 579.

Bigelow, Miss Agnes M., 2, 302.

Crawford, Mrs. Hattie J., 244.
Bird, Miss Rowena, 248.

Cull, Miss Phebe L., 473.

Bissell, Miss Emily R., 364.

Daniels, Miss Mary L., 113, 456.

Bissell, Miss Julia, 350.

Daughadav, Miss Adelaide, 204, 493-
Bissell, Mrs. Mary E., 364.

Denton, Miss M. F., 132, 135, 183, 33.

Blakely, Miss Ellen M., 154.

Dodd, Miss Isabel F., 69.

Brewer, Miss Mary E., 114, 288.

Dudley, Miss Julia E, 87, 155, 189, 287.

Bridgman, Mrs. Laura B., 303.

Dunning, Miss Mary, 499.

Brown, Miss Emily M., 35, 83, 85, 448.

Eaton, Mrs. Gertrude C., 70, 495, 512.

Bruce, Miss Harriet L., 203, 266, 364.

Edwards, Mrs. Mary K., 04, 360.

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