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Good Advice

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Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
August
Year
1881
Copyright
Public Domain
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harangues in the Morinon Tabernacle on a rocent Sunday was that the faithful should sell no more real estáte to Gentiles. The Salt Zake Tribune taking this injunction as a text preaches an excellent sermón to all sensible Mornions, if such there be. lt says : - " Vonr best patrons are the Gentiles. You were nearly starving, were abjectly poor, and your property was alinost worthless when the Gentiles carne. The Gentiles are the only ones who have created wealth here ; the only ones who have furnished yon a market for your producís. When a Gentile buys a lot he not only pays for it, luit he builds upon it ; your artisans are giren work, your merchauts are patroni.ed for material and futniture. Youi leaders would stop all this ; would, if poHsible, reduce you to the extremes under which you groaned when the Gentiles flrst came here. liuy and sell your lots as you please, and if any man in the name of the Lord interferes, teil him you have an inspiration of your own, and that you expect every moment a revelation to kick him off your premises. Try it; it will not be bad for your sohI ; it will be splendid for your pocket and your manhood." The British team defeated the Canadians at the Wimbledon shooting by 110 points.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Democrat