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THE NEW ORDER
"JpHE old order changeth and a new dawn reddens the eastern sky of the Filipinos. The sunrise is obscured by clouds of superstition
and grasping self interest and mistaken good intentions, but when the sun shines a little higher in the sky, the vapors will melt away.
The public schools, a new agriculture, a new ideal of public office as a public trust and protest-ant Christianity are all acting as leaven in this great lump of humanity. Leaven is always silent, while agitation and rev-native missionaries olution are always
with confused noise and strife, and some of our visitors have gone away without seeing