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v : • XOCUSIASTIOAL. : ■ \ '•.■■ -CHHIBT. :, • \ •> -W.BBT-ST. : ■ , ; Morning, at 11—'For Fellowship. ' 7 Evening-, • at-&45— .vlrueo. wll- ,- preach. Subject,.. "Religion and the New Testament." . . ; .. . v j;•": Lecture .on Wednesday ' Evening, 7.45. . Subject/ "The Evoiution • Doctrine of' the Struggle lor Existence." . '' WALTERS-RD., MT.- ROSKILL. Morning at 11. .for Fellowship. ' Evening at 6.45,; Mr C. F. Garni tt- will pceach. : ...... .;,. ...;._.. , ,„. •-,: ..;'. QHTJBCHES ' .OP' ~\" '. ' f CHRIST. . PONSONBY-ROAb.—ii,- Breaking of Bread; 7, Mr A. F.. Turner, EvangeUst. Subject, - "Jonah aria the Whalel" ' . DOMINION-ROAD (corner of Baruley-ter-race) — 11, Breaking of Bread- (Acts 'tt'. 42); 7,. Mr H. Grinetead, on "The Evidence for. the'tfßesurreetlon." Doubters specially welcome.v . — .. .. RICHMOND '(New Prancig-stj. —. 11, Breaking of Bread; 7, Mr G. Moyle. Gospel ■ Address. , ■■■. .." . ..-■ ','; . AVONDAIiE. — 11, Breaking of Bread; 6.45,' Mr A. Creamer. Gospel Address. ■ Q H X IST A D h! y L P H I AN ,B. MASONIC HALL, KARANGAHAPE-RD. 11 a.m.—-Memorial Service (J- Cor. xt>. 7 p.m; Subject, "THE- RESURRECTION - OF JESUS CHRIST, ■ "FACT, "NOT ■y. FABLE.'? ■.-.-. ■• . ..,- .■■■■ ■*,■,.. ■- ~>.. H ,B I S T A D E L PHI A M FBATEHNAL SYNAGOGUE, MASONIC HALL, New North-rd;, Eden . Terrace.* .' " ;.,... '...,.,'. —,' v ','..,■/>■ 11 a.m. — Breaking of Bread. 7 p.m. "The .Devil." ',',' "„?,'... '"'' " _~,_ Q.OSPEL - HALLr - PARNeTE Sunday, 7.~p.m. — Preacher, Mr Franklin ■ .Ferguson, of Palmerston Noith. • Tuesday — Bible beading,; '7.3 l) r p.aC :>• . ..-. A Cordial- Invitation Extended, to All.' EDEN BALL, VIEW BOAD, iIOUTO .. """'.: . ._" " EDEN..' -••;-.*■-.-. • r ' ■ ; : : ."Sunday,' 7* : p.m. *"■-"'' '."""; GOSPEL ADDRESS BY CAPT. B. NEVILLE. Tuesday; .'7.30 -p.m.-— Prayer Meeting. :'. Thursday,- 7:30, p.m;—Address to. Chriscians. HOWE-ST. OFF KARANGA- _.....;. «. :..:.. HAPE-RD. .-.;.. .:,.!;. .-,.-.. v Sunday, 7 p.m. —Speaker, Mr Hlnmaa. .. :. -_;■•-", Everybody inflted. .".,,-..; r . T '"i aOSPEL " HALL, -'L CALLIOPE-BBu ■ '•■■> DEVONPORT.- •"■'»• Sunday, 7 p.m. Speaker, Mr Kent. All Welcome Tuesday.— Prayer. Meeting.., ~'; . t ■; Jx , ...-. NITAHIAN CHURCH, P.ONSONBY-KD7 .-•■■■. <Near Reservoir)! • ■•,■■.-.■-' ■Morning,' *t. 11-^''Ways in. Wiieh We -Are . Hetped by; God.". ;..--,-7 ": — Evening, Modem'.'Genesie; 1117: Tie 'Evolution of Living Creatures." ". REV. W. JF.T.TJE, B-A^..-.„:..,;.. y-yHA.T ■ _IB . .. . TTNITARIANIBMI IT IS CHRfSTIANITY in the light of-i"i6 Twentieth Century.. It is the religion of reason and the tinman heart.- It Iβ tiie religion of the Lord's Prayer, the Golden ; Rule, and tie' two' great' commands of love to God and man. It stands for deeds, not . dogmas; for freedom of thought ami progress, not for bondage to the. past Itteachea : that the truest service, of-'God Is' service'ol ■ humanity. Pamphlets free. .80x,377, G.P.O£, i Auckland. : -•. ■• '■•>• • -- ..;• **. : : '■■■ ■•'•■« : AUCKLAND Y-tBNTRiAL,,i;!JLi : tSS76S. 10 a.m.—Brass Band, open-air, Grey-s'ti ;T;, 11' £m. —Albert-st. Hali. Speaker, MB. JOHN T. LEAFE. ) .1;.. :...",;^, r 6 .p.m.—Open-air Meeting, Tictorla-stl." 6.40 p.m.—HIS MAJESTY'S THEATEBi Musical Service; -- .' Orchestra— ■ .... : :. ■•:;.,'- ,-;, ■■ 'Selections, ""Haydn's- Ist Mass." ".? ".,. - "Mendelssohn's" March: "• ..-...- ... .: Anthem, "Fear Not." .' :,' ' '. " ' Solo,. "Welcome Wanderer," Mr. ,R. .3t _' .'....Beswlclc. .';-. ' ; " ": 7 7 P.111.T-GOSPEL SEiBVICB. Speaker, MR. JOHN T. LBAFB. ALL COMEr v ~ •'*. ' COMB EABbr; PEOPLE'S -MISSION E O P L E ' S „•.>"• I ;S S lON ' OPERA HOUSE, WeUesley-s'treet : •:;/, MornlDg, iX a.m., Oddfeaiwrt' , !' Hall,' Cobk-st.' . . SERVICE, 7 P.M. 7 .. THE CHORISTERS QUARTET PARTY.; "Abide Wltli Mc" (Thomas), "Remembei Mc, Oh Mighty One," ."The Lord's Prayer" .(Chant). '' [!r ■"-'•• Z Preacher: A. J. BLACK. JiO SALVAI I O N A R M I; - :-A-L'-VJ A -Tlv OiIN.M . --■.: ■• •**-.. R- 'MirY; >' ALBERT-ST., AUCKLAND ClTl"; & • iHappy,' Homely; ■ Helpful Seirices; > Live, ilnving, straight Talks. Good Singing and Music... You come—we'll *>c glad to see you. 10 a:m:-M>pen-alr: Al>ercromt>ie-et.. ■ »>i ' ■■- £ 11 Meeting. ~.: : ' '■;;■,-.• 6 p.m.— lPree and J Basy. ; '■■&' 7 p.m.—rSalva.tiom Meeting. ~~ "■'■:-,'■ ..: %$. ■ ' *'"'" :i '"**• 0 - SUNDAY— Wharf, ■ weather permitting, 11 a.m.; subject. ."Goveriwr's Trip ana Painter's- Death." VBeeervoir, Kewtori,- 3 p.m.: "Socialism and Christian Socialism." 7 p.m., Corner Wellesley and. Queen, streetsj subject: '-'An ; Unholy Game;"-.. Speaker, Fred. Spillman. Welcome. . :.. . ";.'.;■ '~;,:;.: - ;- oehtibtkt. ;,,.'7"; .- ' ' SURGEON DENTIST, " - .-.." KARANGAHAPE-ROAD, V 'J I HAS REMOVED TO HIS NEW ROOMB* 1 NEW NATIONAL BANK BUHJKTNGB, ~KARANGAHAPH-ROAD. ■ ' ; I . Crown and Bridge Work a. SptcUlltjw Painless Extractions under the latest pio. cess. 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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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