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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7952, 6 July 1889
AMUSEMENTS RINOKSS'S THEATRE. ARTHUR VIVIAN'S HUMOROUB DRAMATIC COMPANY. Helen Vivian, W. G. Oarey, and complete Artistic Combination. , THIS EVENING, LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET, and SAM. Monday-'Cast upon the World; or, The Glasgow Bank Failure.' Tuesday—' East Lynri'e.' A LACE SKATING RINK. Now Open Daily, Morning, Afternoon,arid Evening. Notice—Two Handsome Prices to be (fiven at the Grand Fanoy Dress Carnival to be held on Monday, Tuesday Evenings, July 22, 23., The First Prize for the Lady with the Most Elegant Dress, and one for the Gentleman who is mo?t Comic. For Tickets apply to Rink Office. W. CROOKFORD, Manager. riITY HALL SKATING RINE, J DOWLINQ BIUKET. Under Strictest Supervision. Open Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. Afternoon admission, 6d; Evening, Is. MONDAY NIGHT-LADIEB' IN VIVATION. Caversham Brass Band every evening and Saturday afternoon. T. H. WOOTION, Manager. FIRST PERFORMANCE IN NEW ZEALAND. KINDERSPIEL, 'The Flowew o' the Forest,' ST. PAUL'S SCHOOLROOM, Thursday, Friday. Saturday, and Monday. July Uth, 12th, 13th, and 15'h. Chorus and Principals, 80 Performers. Lovely Musio; Attractive Costumes. Doors open 7.30; commence at 8. Secure your seats early. Admission—One Shilling each; on Saturday and Monday children half-price. Tickets at Dresden Company's and Horsburgh's. NORTH DUNEDJN DRILL HALL, MONDAY EVENING, JULY Bth. IHIRTEENTH ANNIVERSARY of the Lily of the Valley Good Templar Lodge will be held as above. Tea on tho table at 7.30; Conoert commences at 8 30. Admission to Tea and Concert, la; Children, 6d. Come early and avoid the crush. DUKEDIN NAVAL ARTILLERY ANNUAL BALL. "ARRISON HALL, _. t RID AY, AUGUST 30th. Double Ticket, 103 Gd (including refreshments) ; Ladies' do, sa. Dancing at 9 p.m. F. WOOLLETT, Hon. Sec. Ball Committee. MEETINGS. CHALMERS PBESBYTERIAN CHURCH, IiOWEH Yc-BK FLACK. REV. J. M. FRASER will Preach 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. All seais free, ■VTORTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN SS CHURCH. The REV. J. GIBSON SMITH Will Preach To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service. CHURCH OF CHRIST. JHE TABERNACLE, I Gbkat Kino street. Mr S. ELBORN wUI (D.V.) Preach Tomorrow Evening at 6.30. Subject: ' The Value of the Soul.' Meeting N.E. Valley at 6.30 Seats Free. No Collection. "ANOVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH . —Sunday Services: Morning, 11 a.m., evening, 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. North Minister. Maori Hill, evening N.E. Valley, 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. ; Kaikorai School-house, 6.30 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, V 7 MOBAT PLACE. Services To-morrow at 11 a.r. and 6.30 p m. Morning Rev. J. FOSTKR. Evening Rev. J. HALL, ► ATTRAY STREET HALL. i, Christadelphians Break Bread every Sunday. 11 a.m., and »t 6.30 p.m. proclaim Bible Truths that ought to come from the pulpit. You are earnestly invited. No collection. VANGELISTIC Meeting in Farley's Hall i To-morrow Night, at 7. Seatß free and no collection, lIRST CHURCH REV. JAMES GIBB To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service. ORTH • EAST VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. lla.ro Rev. D. BORRIE 6.30 p.m. ... Rev. J. B. FINDLA.Y . L L BAI N T ft' CHURCH.-TO-MORROW: Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Matins, 11; Evensong, 6.30 p. ra. Evening Lecture : 'The Socialist Element in Christianity.' IRINITY WESLEYAN OHURCH._i 11 and 6 30, Rev. W. Baurober. Cargill Road Church: 11 and 6.30. R-v. G. W. J. Spence; evening gubjec*, 'Uzziah, <r the Danger of Familiarity with Sacred Things.' CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (opposite \j Museum).—Services To-morrow: Morning, at 11; Evenintr, at 6.30. > vening subjeot: 'Joßcph, the Prime Minister.' Rev. A. H, Wallace. '. ANDREW'S CHURCH. *-* —T„ . Morning and Evemnp. Rev. RUTHERFORD WADDELL, M.A. Evening Subject: ,'pistles of Kovels to the Churches,' being the first of a series of lectures on 'Some of the Religious Problems of " Robert Elsmere."' All sittings free at the evening service. ONTHLY PROPHETIC LECTURE.- - The usual Lecturo on Prophecy will be delivered bv Mr A. BRUNTON in the Choral Hall on SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, the 7th IN3T. Subject: 'Docs Scripture afford us sufficient data from which we can determine the time of the Lord's return ?' Address to commence at 7 o'clock sharp, DDFELLOWS' HALL, _ ' Stdabt street (next Oban Hotel). The Church of Christ formerly meeting in the Athenieum will in future meot in the abovn Hall at 11 a.m. for worship, at 6,45 for Preaching the Gospel of Eternal Life only through Ohiist. Subject for To-morrow Evening: ' Jesus, the Resurrection.' r 0.0. F. The Officers and Members of I • Pioneer Lodge are requested to Meet at tho Albany street Hall, on Monday Evening next, at 8 o'clock, to attend the Installation of Officers of Leith Lodge. THE ABATTOIRS QUESTION. 'UTCHGRS and others interested are requested to Meet at M'Farlane's Hall, Mao-lagg-m street, MONDAY EVENING, at 8. No. 12, L.O. LODGK WILLIAM JOHNSTON. THE ANNUAL SERMON in Commemoration of the 12th of July will be Preached on the Morning of SDNDAV, the 7th of July, in CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (late St. John's Primitive Methodist Church), Lower York pkee, by the Pov. J. M. FBASEt?. Members of all Orange Lodges and Members of the Protestant Alliance Lodges are cordially invited to attend. By order. LOUI3 A, BERE3FORD, Secretary No. 12 L.O.L. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ENTLEMAN Requires Private Sitting \ji Room and Bedroom, with Board, on moderate terms. " Permanent," Star Office. 'ANTED Known—Comfortable Home, tv 3 minutes' from Exhibition, P.O. For particulars address " Demeure." Stab Office. fXOMFi»RTABLK Board and Rendencefor J gentleman; hot bath. Mrs Sharp (late Dr Low's house), Moray plooe. ITTING and Bedroom To Let, with Board » 7 (I.I) or without; Mornington, next tram. »'3.P.," Star, \0 Boarders.— If, where there is a vaoancy. «. a Boarder can conscientiously recommend his House, where not more than four are kept, the Advertiser would be much obliged by addressing " Stanley," Star Office. N. MILLS begs to notify tro General • Publio he has taken that well-known House known as YOnK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors, Breakfast from 7 to 9, Lunch from 12 to 2. Tea from 5 to 7. 1 Good, table. Prices moderate,
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