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MEETINGS. '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 OEtIKCH, / Great King Street. Kpv. A. W. WALLACE IVaches Morning, at 11, and 6.30 Evening. j Lower York Tl\ce. Kev. Profe-ho;: UUM.OV. D D , will Preach 11 a.m., and Mr R. FAIRMAID 6.30 p.m. All seats free. HORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE. j Evangelistic Service. Mr A. Brdnton To-morrow (Sunday) Evening. Choir niugs from 0.30. Service at 7. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, O Moray place. Services To-morrow at 11 a.rr. and 6.30 p.m. Morning Rev. .T. FOSTER. Evening Rev. W. M. GRANT »ATTRAY STREET HALL. JL\> Christadelphians Break Bread every Sunday, 11 a.m., and »t 0.30 p.m. proclaim Bible Truths that ought to come from the pulpit. You are earnestly itvited. No collection. IVANGELISTIC Meeting in Farley's Hall jtzi To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. "ddTe L LOWS' HALL, Stuart street.—The Church of Christ meets for Worship on Sunday, at 11 a.m. ; for Gospel Preaching, at 0.45 p.m. Subject tomorrow evening—' Jesus and the condemnation,' All earnestly invited. lIRST CHURCH. To-morrow Mortiiptr—Rev. T\ .T. PORTRR. ~ Evening-Rev. J. GIBSON SMITH. All Sittings free at the Evening Service. CHURCH OF CHRIST. JHE TABERNACLE, Great Kino street. Services To-morrow: Morning, at 11; and Evening, at 6.30. Preachin? Public Hall, N.E. Valley, at 6.30. All Seats Free. No Collection. LL SAINTS' CHURCH, L TO-MORROW: Matins and Holy Communiou, It a.m. ; Evensoce, 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Rev. A. R. Fitohett. Evening Lecture: ' Some Lessons of the Dockyard Strikes.' T. ANDREW'S CHURCH. Morning and EveningRev. IS VAC JOLLY, M.A. All Sittings Freo at the Evening Service. IRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH.— L 11. Rev. W. BAUMBER; 6.30, Rev. G. W. J. SPBNOE. Cargill Boad Church—ll, Rev. G. W. J. SPENCE; 6.30, Rev. W. BAUMBER. jT. MAT TH E W'S CHURCH. DEDICATION FESTIVAL, THIS Saturday) EVENING. Full Choral Evensong, with address by the incumbent to lay-helpers, 7.30 p.m. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Matins and Second Celebration 11 a. m.: Evensong (Preacher : The Bishop of Dunedin), 0.30 p.m. "j^ORTH TORTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN i CHURCH. FIGHT DAYS' MISSION, Conducted by Mr D. WRIGHT, Commences To morrow Evening at 6.30. Subjc ct: ' Revivals—True and False,' All are invited. "EMBERS of the DUNEDIN AMATEUR ORCHESTRAL SOCIbTY are notified that the next Practice will take place on THURSDAY Night, 26th hist., 8 o'clock, in tho Garrison Hall. No Practice on Tuesday Night. E. MACKENZIE, Secretary. MASONIC SERVICE. * MASONIC SERVICE will be held at u Holy Trinity Church, Port Chalmers, TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at which the Right Rev. the Bishop of Dunedin will Preach. Tha Attendancs of Lodges of the English, Irish, and Scottish Constitutions is heartily requested Tho R.W.D.G. Master of Otago and Southland, K. 0., his bepn pleased to grant diFpensation for the Craft under his jurisdiction to appear in Ma»onic Clothing. A Train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 2.30 p m., returning from Port at 5 p.m. By order of the W.M. LA3T CHANCE GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED, in Liquidation. SHAREHOLDERS are particularly requested to attend the GENERAL MEKTLSG at Watson'* Hotel on Monday, tho 23rd inst., at 7.30 pm. JOHN CLEGG, Liquidator. THE COLONIAL BANK OF HEW ZEALAND. rOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN that, purI suant te tho provisions of Clause 77 of the Deed ot Settlement, the HALF-YEARLY MEETING of the Proprietors will be held at the Banking House. Princes street, Dunedin, on WKDNESDAY, the 25th instant, at 3 o'clock iu the afternoon. By order of the Board. H. MACKENZIE, General Manager. He&d Office, Dunedin. 2nd September, 1889. SHIPPING. FOR SYDNEY via LYTTELTON, and WELLINGTON, MONDAY, September I 23rd. taking Passengers at Lower Rates than any other steamer in the trade. For particulars oil Cargo and Passengers apply to THE UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. "NION STEAMSHIP U COMPANY ' OF NEW ZEALAND } (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. OAMARU.-BEAUTIFUL STAB, 8.8., on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf on Tuesday at 10 p.m. Cargo till 3 p.m. LYTTELTON, Wellington, Pioton, Nelson, Taranaki, and Manukau.-ROTORUA, 8. s., on Monday, 23rd September. Passengers from Dunedin wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. AUCKLAND vi» Lyttelton. Wellington, Napier and Gisborne.-WAIHORA, s.s., cerß from Dunedin Wharf at 3.30 p.m. Cargo till noon. SYDNEY via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, Gisborne, and Auckland. - WAIHORA, 8.8. on Wednesday, 25th September. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3.80 p.m. Cargo till noou. SYDNEY via Lyttelton and Wellington.— HAUROTO, 5.8,, on Monday, 23rd September. MELBOURNE via Bluff.-ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on Thursday, 26th September. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3.30 p.m. BRISBANE via Oamaru, Timaru. Lyttelton, and Auckland. WAKATIPU. b.s. on Wednesday, 25th September. Passengers per S.SS p.m. train. FIJI from Auckland. —AR AW ATA, s.s., about Sunday 18th October. TONGA and Samoa.—WAINUI from Auckland, about Wednesday, 25th September. Freight and Passengers booked through. Full particulars on application. TAHITI.—RICHMOND, b.b., on Friday, 10th October. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices. WESTPORT via Timaru, Akaroa, Lyttelton Wellington, and NeIson.—MAHINAPUA, s.s., on Friday, 27th September. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m. Cargo till 2 p.m.' AUCKLAND, via Oamaru, Timaru, Napier, and Gisborne (taking cargo for Tauranga). —A STEAMER early. GREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Wellington.—HEßALD, s.s,, about Saturday, 24th September. |officbs : |Cqrner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets. '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 8018, 21 September 1889

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