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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889
MEETINGS. VANGELISTIO Meeting in Farley's Hall To-morrow Night, at f. Seats free and no collection, ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Stuart street.—The Church of Christ meota for Worship on Sunday, at 11 a.m.; for Gospel Preaching, at 6.45 p.m. Subject tomorrow evening—'Where are the Deail?' —A Scriptural Answer to a Common Question. All earnestly invited. -fcTORTH DUNKDIN CHURCH. ±S The REV. J. GIBSON SMITH Will Preach To - morrow Evening. All sittings free at the Jiveuing Service. XANOVER STREET BA.PTIST CHURCH _S.JB. —Sunday Services: Morning, 11 a.m., evening, 6. SIC 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. CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Lower York Flace. Rev. J. M. FKASER will Preach 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.; Gaelicat2.3op.m. All seats free. IHORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE. vy Evangelistic Service. Mk A. Brunton To-morrow (Sunday) Evening. Choir sings from 6.30. Service at 7. T. KING STREET CONGREGATIONAL [ CHURCH.—Services To-morrow: Morning, at 11, Mr Glover; Evening, 6.30. Mr D. Gain. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. 11 a.m., Rev. RUTHERFORD WADDEr,L; 6.30 p.m., Mr JOHN PATERSON. All Sittings Free at the Evening Servic?. lIRST CHURCH. Morning-Rev. J. GIBSON SMITH Evening—Rev. R. .1. PORTER. All Sittings Free at the Evening Service, ,LL SAINTS' CHURCH. L TO-MORROW— Matins and Holy Communion. 11. a.m. EvenBong, 6.30 p.m. Evening Lecture : 'Sins of the Fathers visited upon the Children.' tfUNITY WESLBYAN CHURCH.— H 11, Rev. G. W. J. Spence; 6.30, Rev. W. Baumber. Cargill road Ohurch—ll, Mr Randerson; 6.30, Rev. G. W. J. Spence. >AVENSBOURNE Presbyterian Church. .l> —ll a.m. and 6SO p.m. Rev. D. CONGREGATIONAL OHURCH, MOBAT PLACE. TO-MORROW, At lla.rr. and 6.30 p.m. Morning Mr R. COAD Evening Mr DARLING. CHURCH OF CHRIST. TABERNACLE, GREAT KING STREET. OCTOBER 27. Services: Morning at 11; Evening at 6.30. Sunday School at 2.45 p.m. DUNEDIN POULTRY, PIGEON, CANARY, AND DOG SOCIETY. A MEETING OF DOG OWNERS will be held in Chamber of Commerce on TUESDAY Next, at 8 p.m., to consider whether the Exhibition and other Shows shall be held under Kennel Club Bulen. All interested will kindly attend. A. M. LOASBY, Hon. Sec. " QUEEN'S JUBILEE CONVALESCENT FUND. THE ANNUAL MEETING of Subscribers to the above fund (with all who may be interested in the same) will be held in the Hall of the Young Women's Christian Association Rooms, Moray place, on WEDNESDAY, the 30th inst., at 4 30 p.m. Business : To Receive Report of Work for the Da3t twelve months, and Elect Officebearers and Committee for the new year. MEETING of the various TRADE J\ UNIONS in Dunerlin will bo held in the ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Rattray street, on MONDAY EVENING, the 28th inst., at 7.30 o'clock. Admission by Members' Pass-books only. J. A. MILLAR, Convener. A MEETING of the Members of the CALEDONIAN LAWN TENMS CLUB will be held in tho SHAMROCK HOTEL on MONDAY Next, the 28th inst. All members are requested to attend. P. LEMON, Hob. Sec. PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. HE ANNUAL MEETING will be held in the FIRST CHURCH on MONDAY EVENING, 28th inst.. commencing at 7.30, when a Sermon will be preached by the retiring Moderator. Collection in aid of Synod expenses. IT. PAUL'S OHURCH. AN ORGAN RECITAL Will be given by A. TOWSEY, Esq., Assisted by the Members of St. Paul's Choir, On MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 28, Commencing at 8 o'clock. Offertories in aid of Choir Fund. LECTURES. NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE. ■ DDRESSES will be delivered by the Celebrated Temperance Lecturer MR R. COAD, In tho CITY HALL TONIGHT, at 7.50 o'clock. Also on SUNDAY Night, at 8.15 o'clock, and Every Evening during the following Week. Sankey's Hymns; bring books. No charge for admission. Collection in aid of Alliance Funds. " He must be heard to be appreciated ; it is impossible to do him justice in a brief report."— 'The Press,' Christchurch. A. S. ADAMS, Hon. Sec. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. OERAKI. Superior Accommodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki, GORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition; superior accommodation; every comfort. UPERIOR Board and Residence, Highbury House, High street, second house from Graham street. OARD and Residence; suit two friends; large bed and sitting rooms; terms moderate. Beaumont Cottage, Frederick street. PROSPECTUS. HE SIX-MILE BEACH DREDGING COMPANY, LIMITED. Incorporated under "The Companies Act, 1882." CAPITAL, L 12.000, in 12,000 Shares of LI each. First Issue LB.OOO, in 8,000 Shares of LI each, Of which 3,000 paid up to 15s are to be allotted to the Vendors, and the remaining 5,000 are offered for subscription on the following terms :—2s 6d per Share, payable on application ; 2s 6d per share on allotment; and a further 10s per Share in four monthly payments of 2s 6d each. As to the 4,000 Shares remaining, Shareholders are to have a preferential right to take up same proportionately if and when it may be found expedient to make issues of same. This Company's Property (often described as Butler's Claim) is situate about six miles south of Waikawa and five miles north of the beach where the Waipapa Company's dredge is now working. The Six-mile Beach is of great repute in the district as highly aurifeiouß, Reports upon the Property (by Mr R. Hay. 0.E., Dunedin, and Mr G. J. A. Richardson, Invercargill) may be seen; Prospectuses and oil information obtained at the officeß of the Secretary. The Directors and Vendorß have themselves within two days taken up 3,961 of the 5,000 ahareH offered for subscription. The remainder (1,039 shares) are now offered to the publio, and will be allotted in the order of application. HENRY ROSE, Secretary, Crawford street, Dunedin. 21th October, 1889.
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