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■--v--;-: - - ECC-J-t-S-tCAIfc '"-"'■""-": UN IT A R-I-A N CHUR CH, PONSONBY-RD. (Near Reservoir). . Morning at 11—"What "is- Theology?'*' ■Evening at 7—"The Bible of Nature." ■ REV:; W-. JELLIE B.A '■■■-• ryHAT -' -- is -■'.'■"; tjnitabianisml IT. IS CHRISTIANITY In the light ofthf 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 ;qf,< love to God and man. It stands for deeds, not dogmas; for freedom of > thought and' progress, not for-bondage to the past It teaches that the truest service of God is service of humanity. Pamphlets free... Box 377, G.P.0., Auckland. CENTRAL HALL.v TV. ... At 7 o'clock. MR H. M. BOUCHER, Seer and Occultist. Subject:' - " "' "SPI'RITUiALTSM." " The Bible endorses it. Leading scientists confirm it. Countless -mediums demonstrate it. _ -19 GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN. SERVICES* ----- SUtNDAY.i 28ta .March.. dn Federal -Call, Weltesley-st, at 11 a._. and 7 p.nu , . , PASTOR F. iHASSOLD. _T UNDAY, 3 p.m., East-st. Hall, Newton. Auckland Brotherhood P.S.A. Speaker. ; Rev.. W. Slade, Dunedln. -Welcome. - --8 IS3 A L V A T I O N ~ A R MX. 10 ALBERT-ST., AUCKLAND CITY. . ~„.:. "„\ SUNDAY. MARCH 28.".: ' ' ■> i. " 7-a.m.—Knee Drill. . I. 10a.m.—Open Air, Grey-st- —* • -. 11. a.m.—Holiness Meeting. 3 p.m.—Young People's Harvest Festival Floral Service. Hall still. d»corated. 7 p.m.—Salvation Meeting. . L' Bandmasters from various -N. -Island- Corpfl ,• ' ; present all day. •• guNDAY, APR- •vith.;;'.. ■ 11 a.m., -3 and 7 p.m. ••- '-'■■ ■-"•'•• COLONEL GRAHAM. '"'-': COLONEL-GRAHAM. Accompanied by Colonel Knight.. • PARNELL. KNOX HALL. jyjONDAY, jy-ARCH OQ g" ___ DIVISIONAL BAND. DEMON-TBATION. COLONEL GRAHAM: ', ~ COLONEL KNIGHT Present First-class Programme of Music and Sons by Auckland, Newton and "Onehunga. S.A. Bands. S.A. Bandmasters from N. Island Corps- -...... Present ----- Admission, 63.'.- - GUNN, D.0.---15 A-UCKLAND' Brotherhood P:S.A."* Sunaav, 3 .p.m. . Ea'st : st.' Hall. Speaker, Key. W. Slade. Men Specially Welcome. ; ;. r 8 PROFESSOR. BEATjaroNT, of -Paris, Lectures TO-MORROW, 7 pjn.. 'Federal Club 'Rooms: "The" Marvel of *he Subjective IM-ind." - . ia . AUCKLAND ~ /TBNTBAL - Ty-JSSION. 10 a.m.—Brass Band, Queen-street-"Wharf. .11 a.m.. — Mission.' Hall, Albert-street. t ~, ; ' Preacher, REV. A. N. SCOTTER. "' 6 p.m.—Open-air, Queen and Victoria-sta." 6.40 p._.—HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Musical Service. Orchestra: (1) "The •Sacred Bells." (2) "The Hallelujah (3) Hoch's " March." Choir; Anthem, " 0, Divine Compassion." 7 p.m.—GOSPEL SERVICE. Speaker, MB. JOHN T. LEAFB. COME EARLY. ALL WELCOME..'.' J> E O P L E f S M I S S 1.0. N. SUNDAY-SckoOL ANNIVERSARY. OPERA HOUSE. Morning (11),, Afternoon (3), Evening (7). Juvenile Choristers and Soloists. Preacher: A. J. BLACK. MONDAY NIGHT—V.P. Demonstration and Distribution Prizes. Splendid Programme. 6d. 4' -;.- ---!g P I E' I T tJ A L. I S k SOCIETY FOR SPIRITUAL PROGRESS (Registered). MRS. ELLEN GREEN (from England). Will Deliver a Lecture in' the NEW DRUIDS' HALL, NORTH-ST., ' 'NEWTON. at 7' p.m. - r ■■-■-. Subject: "STEPS OF PROGRESS,"" followed by Clairvoyance Descriptions." CSUNDAY, 3 p.m. Rev. W. Slade, Dunedln, *f Mlssloner, speaks at East-st. Hall. Anckland Brotherhood P.S.A. Men Welcome. 3 AUCKLAND ASSOCIATION OF SPIRITUALISTS (Registered). ODDFELLOWS' HALL, PITT-ST ." " SUNDAY, 7 p.m. Mr JOSEPH ISHERWOOD.the "Lancashir, Clairvoyant," from Bolton, will answer Questions on Spiritualism or Social Reform. Clairvoyance at close. Silver Coin. Come early. gPIRITC ALI SM. " SOCIETY FOB SPIRITUAL PROGRESS (Registered). <->-.-, NEW DRUIDS' HALL, NORTH-ST.. NEWTON. LYCEUM SESSION. 3 p.m. Subject "The GTand Reality," by Mrs Harri»Robefts; Evening,' 7 p.m., Mrs. Ellen Green, from England, will deliver a Lecture entitled "Steps of Progress," followed' o'y Spiritual Messages, Clairvoyance. ..,-■' A UCKLAND THEOEOPHICAL SOCTETX MUTUAL LIFE BUILDINGS, QUEEN-STY trO-MORROWi (SUNDAY), at I o'clock. ■■ ,-t Lecture, • "THE iMASTEE BUILDER" (continued),' By Mr Kaber Harrison.. - ~ Music- Reading. Questioni. rnHBOSOPHICAL : HAD_, * 351,\QUu__N-S__EBT. SUNDAY EVENING, at-7 o'clock, _ -■ Public Lecture, — •'THE SEARCH FOR GOD" (Mrs Besant), - -*»«| By-Mrs Chas. Hemus. " ""QuesiHohs " X *;, _ . Lotus . Class for Children .at -3 p.m.» -i Reading Room and Library open daily. P~" ROGRESSIVE-THOUGHTTFederaI Club Rooms, Wellesley-et—7 p.m. PROFESSOR G. BBATJiIONT, of Paris. SuN ject, •''The Subjective Mind: Mental Processes Below the Threshold of Normal Consciousness." -- ---—39 A NNIVBRSARY, Sun. Next—Children's i*\. Day., Threa times, ln Qpera, House. Splendid Jnnlor Vocalists. Come. 109 A UCKLAND TENT. | MISSION. Tent Well-seated and _t_ht€d" - - QUEBN-ST., ONEHUNGA. -•--., SUNDAY EVENING.- at 8 o'clocfc; " " Continuing Each -Night During Week (Sat> unlay excepted). Speakers: MR FORBES MACLEOD (Evangelist' from - Scotland). ' — < Also. at. ■ —■ —; EDEN TERRACE PUBLIC HALL. SUNDAY,. 3.30 p.m., and WEDNESDAY, 7,30 p.m. Bible Readings. All,. Heartily Invited. No Collection. ■'■■■•■ 58 FOU_TRY. POULTRY.— Pure-bred, Black Orpington Roosters, 5/. —Parker, c/o Hutchinsou Grocer, Khyber Pass. ■ ■■• ■••■_ TTTIUTY POULTRY.—Rare Opportunity VJ to obtain the beat Pure-bred Stock at low prices. Not having. the. .time for attention, I am reluctantly compelled to sacrifice valuable stock, which I have spared neither, time nor money to breed. White Leghorns, Buff Orpingtons, White Wyandottes, and Runner Ducks; all bred from specially selected birds, from noted laying strains.—NELLO PORTER, Birkenhead. 45, Hall of Commerce, High-st. 103 -My' •'..'"..".. '' , —"TVENTAL T>OOMS WILL BE CLOSED —at 1 o'clock Every Saturday, —RE-OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT, 7 to 9. —Also Open Friday Evening, 7 to 9 o'clock. — TI OW.EY" Vy A L KER, _, • oilf , __ij

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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