Balance Sheets are also produced quarterly at every Corps in the world, audited and signed by the Local Officers. Divisional Balance Sheets issued monthly and audited by a Special Department at Headquarters.
Duly and independently audited Balance Sheets are also issued annually from every Territorial Headquarters.
1.--Of persons who, without necessarily endorsing or approving of every single method used by thee Salvation Army, are sufficiently in sympathy with its great work of reclaiming drunkards, rescuing the fallen--in a word, saving the lost--as to give it their PRAYERS, INFLUENCE, AND MONEY.
2.--Of persons who, although seeing eye to eye with the Army, yet are unable to join it, owing to being actively engaged in the work of their own denominations, or by reason of bad health or other infirmities, which forbid their taking any active part in Christian work. Persons are enrolled either as Subscribing or Collecting Auxiliaries.
The League comprises persons of influence and position, members of nearly all denominations, and many ministers.
PAMPHLETS.--Auxiliaries will always be supplied gratis with copies of our Annual Report and Balance Sheet and other pamphlets for distribution on application to Headquarters. Some of our Auxiliaries have materially helped us in this way by distributing our literature at the seaside and elsewhere, and by making arrangements for the regular supply of waiting rooms, hydropathics, and hotels, thus helping to dispel the prejudice under which many persons unacquainted with the Army are found to labour.
"All The World" posted free regularly each month to Auxiliaries.
For further information, and for full particulars of the work of The Salvation Army, apply personally or by letter to GENERAL BOOTH,. or to the Financial Secretary at International Headquarters, 101, Queen Victoria St., London, E.C., to whom also contributions should be sent.
man more common interests than the cultured guests of Bwana
At the moment Julia first remarked this, voices in the
being crossed his path, and seized on his throat with violence,
were common to him. There was a peculiar stillness in the
a pound of sugar or an ordinary knife. No individual possessed
slowly sailing on its calm surface. Half the quiet bosom