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ECCIJEBIAa-ICAE. "" TTNITABIAN CHURCH— j *-> (near Reservoir), —Morning at 11—"Loyalty to Truth." Evening at 7— _ Darwin's Wonderful Story o£ the Worm."-t-Bey'. i *W. PeUle, B.A .- - ■. __ _ •OJ7HAT ... IS ""I* -^NITABIAN-SM? I' T_S CHRISTIANITY In- the-Jlght -oftha Twentieth Century.' It is the religion of reason and the human heart. -It is the religion of the Lord's Prayer, the Golden Rule, and the two great commands-of-love-to God and man. It stands for deeds, jiot dogmas; for freedom of thought and progress, not for bondage to the past--It teaches that the trhest service of God "Is 1 " service ot humanity. Pamphlets free. - Sox- 3.77, G-.P;O.j Auckland. ■• . ..... .;..-. ..."". 'S P I -"1 ? *' T "°- -*-"" I *"' l ' ' B ■"■ ■SOCIETY FOR .SPIRITUAL : PROGRESS (Registered). ...... ■NEW DRUIDS' OHAILD, NOBTH-tST., NEWTON. Lyceum Session, 3 p.m _MfßS'.' ELLEN' G-tEEiN; the <-deor_-fe_ rLecturer and ' Clalrvoya—te, from England, will conduct the Evening Service, 'I o'clock' "Messages From Our Loved Ones 4_ 'Spirit Life." - Week-night Meetings wig be --ver_.3ea_ QPIKITU A L I S M, . AUCKLAND ASSOCIATION OF , SPIRITUALISTS (Rep)l ODDFELLOWS' HALL, PITT-ST. SUNDAY. 7 "rJ.'m".' ---—■•■■ MR JOSEPH. I SHEIRWOOD, the famous - Lancashire Clairvoyant' and Test: Medium, will give Trance Address and, Clairvoyant Test nt close. ""■ ' Silver Coin.. Come early to secure Seat. QOCIETY "FOR SPIRITUAL PBOG-tESS ° (Registered).MRS. ELLEN GREEN'" (from —-lglaMai will take the Services, on "Snnday.:next,, Ir New Druids' Hall, North-street, Newton.- 1 -! Come and hear this Gifted Speaker! — QOSPBL HALL, , PABNELL, Sunday, .7 p.m. . — r- Preacher, Mr & EC. Hinman. ■ • •„ ; Tuesday — Bible Reading; 7.30 p.m. , A Cordial Invitation Extended to A_U TtIDEN HALL, VIEW ROAD, MOUNTS AU EDEN. . .........-^_ Sunday, 7 .p.m,. — Mr Bnrgoyne t^' Tuesday, 7.30 p.m. — Prayer Meeting. ' Thursday, 7.30 p.m. — Address .to Chri#tians, -Mr Burgbyne. AUCKLAND TENT MISSION, Tent Well-seated and Lighted. i QUEFN-ST., ONEHUNGA. . I SUNDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Continuing Each Night During Week. (Sat* urday excepted). ' Speakers: MR'FORBES MACLEOD, .i (Evangelist from Scotland). ' I Also at ' _ | EDEN TERRACE PUBLIC HALL. SUNDAY, 3.30 p.m.,"and WEDNESDAY 7,30 p.m. Bible Readings. . All Heartily Invited. No .Collection. HOWE-ST. HALL, OFF KARANGA-HAPE-RD. Sunday; 7 p.m. — Speaker, Mr Maurice J» Wark, Missionary from S. India. Everybody Invited. •_■•• 'j GOSPEL HALL; 'CAELIOEE-ttD-DEVONPORT. Sunday, 7 p.m. — Speaker, Mr Keanney. All Welcome. — - '■■•' Tuesday; — Prayer Meeting. /CHRIST A D _ L P _ I A* N B. MASONIC HALL, KARANGAHAPE-RD. U a.m.—Memorial Service (I. Cor. xl.). ' ■ 7 p.m. — "A Comprehensive Vlew.of Bible Teaching. ** , * H R-I STADEL P~H I*A""S FRATERNAL SYNAGOGUE; -MASONIC HALL, New North-rdr," Ede« .Terrace. '..". '~_ '*."","....".', .".-.■ ' 11 a.m. — Breaking of Bread. 7 p.m. — "The World to. Come." """*""' Please note the Change of Address. CHURCHES OF CHRIST: PONSONBY-RD. 11 — Breaking of Bread- ■ -..-._ C.45 — Speaker, Mr Howard, Gospel' Attdress. ... ■ DOMINION-RD:, MOUNT BDEN.' '•' (Corner of BnrhTey-terface.) .. 11 — Breaking of Bread and Address 7—Addresses on "The Church of the. Nelr Testament Testament: V. "A Model Church.' " Preacher, Mr Herbert Grinstead, Evangelist. Wednesday, at 7.30 —- Prayer and Bible Study. RICHMOND (NEW BUILDING, FBANCIS"ST.J. '..",.... 11 — Breaking of Bread. 7 — Speaker, Mr Lye. Gospel Address. AVONDALE (Public Hall). * II —Breaking of Bread. 6-45 — -Speaker,- Mr W. Hlbburt; Subject, "Gaining and Losing." ONEHUNGA (Foresters' Hall). 11 — Breaking of Bread. 7 »— Speaker, Mr Glalster, Gospel Address. CHURCHES OF ■■"* CHRIS!; WBST-STv ...... —. Morning, at 11 — Breaking of 8read;....... Evening, at 6.45 -—Mr-George Aldridgt ' will preach. Subject, "Sin's Wages and God's Gift." Wednesday — Bible Class. Subject, "T_« Story of Creation." WALTERS-RD., MT. ROSKILL. '...'.. Morning at 11 — For Fellowship. Evening at .6.45 -rZ-. Mr C.. FV-Garrett Wlil preach. Thpr.*day — Bible Class at 7.45. ".'.','.." '" SALVATION A KMYi ALVATION . ARM_ ALBERT-ST., AUCKLAND CITY. HARVEST FESTIVAL. ' ' HARVEST FES-TVAE, STAFF CAPTAIN TOOM22R LEADING OK ALL DAY. SUND.M. "■■•" "-'... I_3 , 10 a.m. — Open-air. Vineent-st, % 11 a.m. • — Thanksgiving Service •-••"""' 3 p.m. — Service-of Song, "UNCLE TO"M_"« 7 p.m. — Harvest Home Service of Sona. "SOWING AND REAPING.'' Silver Coin Collection at door;' 3 and _ D.m. MONDAY, Bth. 1 OPENING OF THE FESTIVAL BT • HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR. j Splendid Programme by Newton Corpsi > Band and Friends. * Admission 6d; Children "3d. . '"3 TUESDAY. - _ HARVEST FESTIVAL GIFT TRHB 1 And Variety Programme, i Admission, Including Gift from Tree. If. Children 6d. Admiasion, without Gift, 6d, ,Chil-i£_ 3d. ; Sale at close of Meeting. Refreshment Stall." I Beautiful and Unique Decorations, ■ ' Seasonable Music and Song.' 1 ' D. A. GUNN, CO. ' ' 22 SOUTH SEA EVANGELICAL MISSIONS MISS FLOBENCE YOUNG (of Bundaberg, Queensland), will sneak TO-MORROW, Morning at 11 a.m. — Pitt-st. Methodist Church. Afternoon at 3.15 p.m. — Beresford-st, Congregational Church Evening at 7 p.m. — St. Luke's, Remuera. A Hearty. Invitation Is given to any or all of the above Meetings. 21 X UCKLAND OENTRAI4 "jyTISSION. 10 a.m.—Band, open-air. Princes and Alfred streets. ;11 a.m.—Albert-st. Hall. Speaker Mr JOHN T. LEAFE. 6 p.m.—Band and Open-air, Victoria-street, Come and help. 6.40 p.m.—HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE ■Musical Service. Orchestra: "Sacred ■ Bells." " Gloria" (Mozart's Twelfth Mass). Choir: Anthem, " Come' Unto Mc," " What a Friend.'' 7 p.m.—GOSPEL SERVICE. Speaker MR. MR. JOHN T. LEAPB. SPECIAL ADDBESS. FBEE SEATS. EVERYBODY WELCOME COMB EARLY. CENTRAL HALL, 000K-ST ~W • **-' At 7 o'clock. MR H. M. BOUCHERi Seer and Occultist. Subject: - ■.'-•'"... "COMING REVOLTJTION,'-'- ''New Era *» Described." Occult Cause of -'War " Unseen Acents Revealed. "•SPECIAL FREE LECTURE." Same Hall, WEDNESDAY NEXT S n m Mystery of Spirit Control, Magnetisms Auras, Affinities, etc., e»i__Hft ? -%

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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