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the chubche s. SUNDAY AND WEEK NIGHT SERV VICES AND MEETINGS. EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH.— Tancbed Street, West. Rev. A W. Hands, Incumbent. Sunday. Morning Service at 11 a.m., Mr J. Want. Sunday School, at 2.30 p.m. Evening, at 6.30., Rev. A. W. Hands. Country Services—Sunday. Tinwald, 6.30 p.m., Mr G. Jameson Willowby, 3 p.m., Mr J. Ward. Longbeach, 11 a.m., Rev A. W. Hands Waterton, 2.30 p.m., Rev. A. W. Hands. Mount Somers, 11 a. m.. Lay Reader ' j R AKA IA PARISH. Bev. E. E. Chambers, Incumbent. Sunday. St. Math’s Church, Rakaia.—Morning at ’ll, Lay Reader. Evening, at 7, Rev. E. E. Chambers. St. John’s, Barrhill, at 11 a.m., Rev. E. £. Chambers All Saints, Sherwood, at 3 p.m.. Lay Reader. Kyle School, 3 p.m., Lay Reader St. Barnabas, Methven, at 11 a.m., Lay Reader. Communion.—First Sunday in the month at St, Mark’s. Second Sunday at St. John's. Fourth Sunday at St. Barnabas’. Fifth Sunday at St. James’. Baptism in St. Mark’s, and Children s Service at 3 p.m., second Sunday in the month. Sunday School. St. Mark’s, St. John’s, and Kyle, at 2.30 every Sunday. Friday. Evensong and Choir Practice at 7.30. — St. Mark’s. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Havelock Street, West. Rev. A. M Beattie, M. A., Minister. Sunday Services. Morning at 11, and Evening at 6.30, in thd Church, Rev. A. M. Beattie. Wakanui, at 3 p.m.. Rev. A M. Beattie Sunday School in the Church at 2.30 afternoon. —Mr A- Orr, Superintendent. Tuesday. Finance Committee—First Tuesday of every month, in the Church at 7.30. S. S. Teachers’ Association —Second Tuesday of every month, in the Church at 7.30. r Wednesday. Pastor’s Bible Class in the Church Vestry—Weekly at 7. Week night Service at B—Rev. A. M. Beattie. Thursday. Tinwald School— Weekly service at 7.30. Friday. Choir. Practice at 7.3o—Mr. Savage, conductor ; Mr. A. Stott, organist. RAKAIA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. — Town Hall, Rakaia. Rev. B. J. Westbrooke, Minister. Sunday. Rakaia Town Hall at 11 a.m. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. —Cameron Street, East. Rev. W. Keall, Pastor. Sunday. Morning, prayer meeting at 10; service at 11, Mr H. M. Jones. Evening, at 6.30, Mr J. E. Buchanan. Sunday School at 2.30 COUNTRY services. Old Men’s Home —Afternoon, at 3, Mr Thos. Trevurza. Tinwald —Evening, at 6.30, Mr Thos. Trevurza. Seafield Afternoon, at 2.30, Mr J. Olsen; Sunday School, at 1.30 Monday. Canleron Street Church—Prayer Meeting in Vestry, at 8 p.m. i ; : Tuesday. Class Meeting at 7.30. ; . Thursday. Foreign Missionary Meeting. Friday. Choir Practice at 7.30. —Mr. Ray, Conductor ; Miss Hodder, Organist, PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH. —Wills Street, East. Rev. John Nixon, Minister. Sunday. Morning School at 10 Morning Service at 11, a.m., Mr Watkins Evening Service, at 6.30, Rev. John Nixon > Monday. Ladies’ Class—ln the Church at 7. Tuesday. Divine Service, at 7.30. p.m., Rev. John Nixon Wednesday. Choir practice, at 8 p.m. , Jli 11 'Thursday. Class Meeting at 7.30 p.m., Mr Dally NEWLAND3 PRXMXXIVB METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday. Morning School, 9.30. Service at 11 a-m. (Rev. • J". Nixon) and 6.30 p.m. (Mr Maiden?.) ASHBURTON FORKS. Sunday,Afternoon Service |at 2.30, Mr Aston ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL. Burnett Street West. . 1 i Rev. Father Coffey. Ist Mass, 9 o’clock ; 2nd Mass, 11 o’clock, on the Ist, 2nd, and 3rd and Tjth Sundays (when one occurs) of the month. Rakaia : Mass, 11 o’clock, 4th Sunday of the month. Consultations. T L. FLEMING’S ’NOVELTY CONSULTATION, NO, 2, ON THE NEW ZEALAND GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLECHASES, To be held at Timaru on Tuesday, May ' 24, 1881, Including the New Zealand Grand National Handicap, Hunt Club Cup, and Maiden Plate. 3,000 Subscribers at ... 10s Each. Each Ticket has a chance of winning THREE PRIZES. N.Z.G.N.H. First Horse £350 Second Horse 125 Third Horse 50 Starters and Non-starters 145 HUNT CLUB CUP. First Hprse, ... £175 Second Horse 75 Third Horse 50 Starters, and Non-Starters 115 MAIDEN PLATE. First jHorse £175 Second Horse 75 Third Horse 50 Starters and hi on-starters 115 As each race will be drawn separately, every, subscriber will have a chance of Winning Three Prizes for Each Ticket. The .drawing will be held under the supervision of a Committee of Subscribers, and 'results advertised in daily papers. Intending subscribers are requested to makp, early application. If cheques are sent, exchange must be added, and stamps enclosedfor reply and result. . .' fi lu, FLEMING, '* ' Auctioneer, &c., 631 a : Htgh street, Triangle, Christchurch. •' ■ t-Mir: ' KNOWN —That Visiting plain or mourning, can be d. in various styles, at the opposite the Railway

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 337, 6 May 1881

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