demnation of such disr j tioneeiSrtg thicks. But Ih< electors will show by their have no sympathy i ‘ endeavor to degrade their tibn by draggings it- through using it as a tool to subaerv party purposes at every ele no hesitation in declaring t] which have appeared on th deavoring to rake up old r encos to the detriment oP the ihspWatibh of those wh interest in upholding th< teres t. j o i iThfey j j fiitdc > theme comjbat Mr-JEvess’; viewa r in < and | are thus driven.. to. thh the j hope of injuring him portion of his fellow-citii happen to be what is genei pretty well acquainted w ■[aiMjl know perfectly well i conscientious Orangeman, i observe the - T letter, jand rules of th 1 ©- -hMtwiition, bVeryihing in his power return, <jf, s|r lyess.. As an stamp of tlie parties who the Orange institution in - Ivesa may heinjured, I wo statement that ( an Oyangi expelled I fforn his ■ lodge Catholic. Here is a man i himself to lecture ‘ the 1 -O now they should vole, ai assertions respecting the shotvs he has as much kno of some secret society \ amongst thb inhabitants ■ supposing that luminary tc He is not content with :: institution, but he mui task a worthy .Qrangepia courage to think lor hims« see politipal , rectitude, an althbugh ‘-of th suasion. I, Protestant as rejoice to see.Mr Ivess.ret antly at tlie head bf'the cumatance especially chi SMeniah' above'all 'other is his straightforward
Holloway’s Pills.— The chiefest wonder of modem times.—This incomparable medicine increases the appetite; strengthens the stqmaqh, cleanses the liver, corrects biliousness, prevents flatulency, purifes the system, invigorates the nerves, and re-instates sound health. The for thqse PUla throughout the globe astonishes everybqdy, and a single, convinces the most sceptical. that no 'medipin'e equals Pills in its ability to remove all cbmptainfs incidental to the. rice; They are a blessing to the afflicted, and abbon to all . that labour under internal or ext ernal disease. The purification of fheblpod, r&tabval of all restraint from the secretivb organ’s, and gentle aperitive action are the prolific sources of the extensive curative range of Holloway’s Pills. [Advt.] : . '
THE CHURCHES. SUNDAY ANR WEEK NIGHT SER. YIOES AND MEETINGS. EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH.— Tanorbd Street, West, ■ Rev. A. W. Hands, Incumbent, yr : T Sunday. Morning Service and Holy Communion, at II a.m., Rev. A. W. Hands. Baptism and Children’s Service at 3 p.m., Rev. A. W. Hands Evening, at 6.30 p. m., Rev. Ed. Shears ' . Country Services —Sunday. Tinwald, 3 p.m., Mr G. Jameson Willowby, 3 p.m., Mr J. Ward. St. RAKAIA PARISH. Rev. E. E. Chambers, Incumbent. Sunday. .. Mark’s Church, Rakaia.—Morning at 11, Rev. E. E. Chambers. Evening, sjt 7, Rev. E. E. Chambers St. Bafrhill, at 3 p.m., Lay Reader, St. James’, Chertsoy, 3 p.m., Rev. B. E. Chambers. : St. Barnabas* Methyen, 3 p.m,, Lay Reeder, All Saints, Sherwood, at 3 p.m., Lay Reader. Kyle, School, 3 p. m,, Lay Reader. Communion. —First Sunday in the month at St Mark’s. Second Sunday at St. John’s. Fourth Sunday'at St,-Barna-bas’.: Fifth Sunday at St. James’ and: All Saints alternately, Baptism in St. Mark’s, and Children’s Service at 3 p.m., second Sunday in the month. Sunday School. 3t. Mark’s, St. John’s, arid Kyle, at 2.30 every Sunday. Friday. Evensong and Chpir Practice at 7.30. St. Mark’s.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. —Havelock Street, West. Rev. A. M Beattie, M.A., Minister. Sunday Services. Morning at 11, Rev. A. M. Beattie; Evening at 6.30, Rev. W. H. Horner. Sunday School in the Church at 2.30 afternoon.—Mr A. Orr, Superintendent. COUNTRY SERVICE. Wakanui, at 3 p.m., Rev. A. M. Beattie. Tuesday. Finance Committee—First Tuesday df every month, at 7.30. S. S. Teachers’Association—Second Tues-' day of every rinbhth, at 7-30. Wednesday. Week night Service at B—Rev. A. M. Beattie. Pastor’s Bible Class in the Church Vestry—Weekly at 7. Thursday, , Tinwald service at 7.30, Rev. Ar M. Beattie Friday. Choir Practice at 7.3o—Mr. Alex. Craighead conductor; Mr. A. Stott, organist. WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH. —Cameron Street, East. Rev. W. Keall, Pastor. Sunday. Morning, prayer meeting at 10; service at 11, Rev. W. Keall. Sunday School at 2.30. Evening Service, at 6.30, Rev. W. Keall COUNTRY SERVICES. Old Men’s Home, 3 p.m., Mr’ H. M. Jones , . Seafleld, 2.30; pijn-V Mf J. Alisim ," Sdndaiy 1 School, ‘at 1.30.- “' ‘ r “ 1 ”■ 1 ’•’ : ! Tuesday. Class Meeting, at 7.30 p.m.
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