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I ECCLESIASTIC AT,. OF CHRIST. KJ "WEST-ST. Morning, at 11—'For Fellowship. "t Evening, at a4s— Mr Geo. Aluridge wil> Preach. Subject: "Religion in the Old Testament." Wednesday Evening, 7.43.—Lecture, "The Lvidences for Evolution Examined WALTERS-RD., MT. ROSKILL. Morning, at 11—for Fellowship. Evening, at 6.4s—Preaching Service. QHURCHES OF CHRIST. Breaking .of Bread. 6.45, Speaker, Mr A. F. Turnersubject, "The Keystone of the Christian Hope." DOMINTON-ROAD (corner of Burnley-ter-race).—ll, Worship, and Address by Mr Turner. 2.45, To Parents and Scholars, Mr A. M. Bryden. 7, "The Sower," Mr H Grlnstead. RICHMOND (New Building, Frnncls-st). —11, Breaking of Bread. 7, Speaker. Mr R. J. Dick, Gospel Address. AVONDALE.—No Meeting. QENTRAL HALL, COOK-STREET WEST, At 7 o'clock. J'R H. M. BOUCHER, Seer nnd Occultist. Inspired Address: "PAGANISM. CHRISTIANITY, SPIRITUALISM." Also, Original Description of Slavery after Death, Occult Fetters, etc. 17 AUCKLAND TENT MISSION. Tent Well-seated and Lighted. QUEEN-ST., ONEHUNGA. SUNDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Continuing TUESDAY, 13th. to SUNDAY, 18th,'inclusive. Speaker: MR FORBES MACLEOD (Evangelist from Scotland). Also nt EDEN TERRACE PUBLIC HALL. SUNDAY, 3.30 p.m., and WEDNESDAY, 7.30 p.m.. Bible Readings. All Heartily Invited. No Collection. 29 £2 A L V A T I O N A"R~M~Y~; *J A L V A TI O N ■"- R M V, AL.BERT-ST., AUCKLAND CITY. - EASTER SUNDAY SERVICES. Suitable Subjects and Singing for Each Meeting. 10 a.m.. Open-air, Wellington and Hepburn streets; 11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting; 3 p.m., General Booth's Blrthdnv Meeting (aged SO, April 10. 1909); 7 p.m.. Salvation Meeting. UNITED PICNIC, EASTER MONDAY,— St. Helier's. Boat leaves 9.30 a.m. P. A. GUNN. CO. A UCKLAND /CENTRAL "jk/JTSSIOS. EASTER SUNDAY. 10 a.m.—Band, open-air, Queen-st. Wharf. 11 a.m.—Albert-street Hall. Speaker, MR JOHN T. LEAFE. 6 p.m.—Open-air, Victoria-street. 6.40 p.m.—HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. MUSICAL SERVICE. Items: "Intermezzo" (by Kussner), "Round The Starry Throne." "Hallelujah Chorus." Anthem: "Christ Arose, and Exalt Him All Ye People." 7 p.m.—GOSPEL SERVICE. Speaker, MR JOHN T. LEAFE. Subject: "THE RESURRECTION." COME EARLY. ALL INVITED. EASTER MONDAY—Brass Band Excursion to Brown's Island. Tickets, 1/ each, to be had of Secretary and Members of the Band. "XtTCKLAND THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY MUTUAL LIFE BUILDINGS, QUEEN-ST. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), at 7 o'clock. Lecture, "THE HISTORIC PERSISTENCE OF THEOSOPHIC TEACHING," By Mr W. Melville Newton. Music. Reading. Questions. rpHEOSOPHICAL H A L U X 351. QUEEN-STREET. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), at 7 p.m. Public Lecture, "THE BUILDING OF THE INDIVIDUAL" (Illustrated). By Mr J. R. Thomson. Questions Invited. Lotus Class for Children at 3 p.m. Library and ißeadixujroom open Daily. Picnic, Easter Monday, Cornwall Park. Meet at Kiosk 11 a.m. UNDAY, a.m.—War against War. Live Speakers. Modern Disciples of Prince of Peace. Visitors cordially invited. 7 OMEN'S CHRISTIAN TBMPERANCE UNION-r-The Ordinary Meeting of the above Union will be held on WEDNESDAY NEXT In the Albert-street Hall at 2.30 p.m. All members and friends heartily invited. Business: Conference Delegates' Reports. 9 mHE PENTiBCOSTAJL LEAGUE. A SPECIAL iMEETI'NG to Welcome MR. and MRS. PARSER will 'be .held on •TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, at 7.30, lv. the Congregational School, Edlnourgh-st., Newton. Christians of all denominations heartily Invited. Members particularly requested to be present. Entrance by side, passage. , 92 ROGHESSIVE THOUGHT Federal Club Rooms, Wellesley-sft, 7 p.m. PROFESSOR BEAUMONT (of Paris). Subject :-" Reminiscences of My Friend, Max O'Rell. the Celebrated Humorist, Author, and lecturer." t4 dentisthy. , rnHE rpHINGS OH TIFB Can be appreciated by those who bare / GOOD TEETH. 7 I: MR HOWEY "WALKER MR HOWEY WALKER Makes Lovely Teeth at fair fees. Yon ea_ afford to smile when your teeth have bee_ fitted by Mr Howey Walker. X? 9 17/fi Upper Plate 3JA JL4/..U Good Quality Strong Teeth Look Well Wear Well " Fit ' Well (Howey .Walkerj 4? Q Q / "Upper Pljite/ oWO O/j ■ perfect Fitting Sure Suction Very Reliable You Have Ease Comfort Satisfaction Enjoyment Easy Terms Arranged Cost Includes Extraction (Howey Walker) , r» Q "IT /fi Upper Plate 3-0 _L l /\> Very Superior Quality Finest Finish Lovely Teeth Beautifully Made Artistically Set Charming Expression Most Satisfactory Guaranteed 3 Years (No Expense for Repairs.* GUARANTEE.— Best Quality Upper Plata (£3 17/6) Is guaranteed against Breakage or Defect of any kind for 3 years. Complete Upper and Lower Sets, £5 o/« £6 6/, and.£7 15/. TT OW E V TTy ALK ER, CORNER OPPOSITE D.S.C. M R - J- M ABTI *' SURGEON DENTIST, KARANGAHAPE-ROAD, HAS REMOVED TO HIS NEW ROOMS, In the NEW NATIONAL BANK BUILDINGS. KARANGAHAPE-ROAD, Crown and Bridge Work a Speciality, Painless Extractions under the latest process. All Fees Moderate, and all Work Guaranteed, Telephone 1996. R E JJRIDGMAN, DENTAL SURGEON, (By Exam.), (Late with A. M. Carter) CORNER DOMINION ANT) VALLEY RDS, 1 MT. ROSKILL. 1355. 14413

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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