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MEETINGS, CHURCH OF CHRIST. TABERNACLE, GREAT KING STREET. NOVEMBER 3. Services: Morning at 11: Lvening at 6.30: Mr K. ELBORN Subject-' Paul's " First of all."' Sunday School at 2.45 p.m. "ANOVER STREET BAFTIST CHURCH _ —Sunday Services: Morning, 11 a.m., ing, 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, Moray tlace. TO-MORROW, at 11 a.ir. and G.W p.m.: RUV. E. D. CECIL. ?IVANGELISTIO Meeting in Farley's Hall Li To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Stuart street.—The Church of Christ meets for Worship on Sunday, at 11 a.m. ; for Gospel Preaching, at 6.45 p.m. Subject tomorrow evening—' The Largest Hope : Eternal Life and the Instruction of all Evil.' "The time will come when evil men and things from being and lemcmbeiance both ehall di«." All earnestly invited. 1 R S I CHURCH. L' Tomorrow morning, Rev. J. H M'KFNZIE. „ evening, Rov. JAMES GIBB. All Sittings Free at the livening Service. JORTH DUNKDIN CHURCH. J_l To-morrow morning, Hev. JAMES GIBB; evening, Rev. A. M. DALUYMPLK. All Sittings Free at the Evening Service. 1 A VERS HAM PRESBYTERIAN V/ CHURCH. The Rev. MrM'KERROW ■ Will Preach Morning and Eveniig. CIHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, i Lower York place. 11 a.m , Rev. W. G. M'LAREN: G 30 p.m., Rev. J. HENRY, M.A. All seats free. GT. KING STBEE T CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Services To-morrow—Morning, at 11; Evening, 6 30. "ONTHLY PROPHETIC LECTURE.- . The usual Lecture on Prophecy will be delivered bv Mr A. BRUNTON in the Choral Hall, Moray place, on SUNDAY EVENING Next, November 3rd. Subject: ' The Divine Programme of the World's History.' Third Lecture of the aeries, 'The Abrahamic Programme.' Address commences at 7 o'clock sharp, P. ANDREW'S CHURCH. K3 Morning, Rev. Mr DALRYMPLE. Evening, Rev. Mr NEAVE. Special Collection; Morning and Evening, in aid of Foreign Missions. All Sittings Free at the Evening Servic?. mRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH. 11, Mr R. GOAD. 6.30, Rev. W. BAUMBER. CASGILL ROAD CHURCH. 11 and 0.30, Rev. G. W. J. SPENCJ?. L L SAINTS' CHURCH. £%. TOMORROW: Holy Communion, 8 a.m ; Matins, 11; Evensong, 6.30 p in. Evening Lecture : ' Beyond the Veil.' TORTH-EAST VALLEY PRKSBYTE.I RIAN CHURCH. The Rev. G. HALL (Moderator cf Synod) will Preach in the morning, and Rev. J. H. MACKENZIE in the evening. " N O X CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.

Services will bo held TO-MORROW, as under:—ll a.m., the Rev. Dr WATT (Green Island); 3 p.m. (for the yo ,ng), the Rev. ALEX. RKATTIP, M.A. ; G.:30 p.m., the Rev. Mr FERGUSON (Invercargill). CALEDONIAN LAWN TENNIS CLUB. 4 MEETING of the above Club will be held \ in the Shamrock Hotel on MONDAY EVENING, the 4th inst, at S o'clock p.m. Bueines-s iaportant. All members particularly requested to attend. W. EUNTER, Interim Secretary. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. . B *EE TWENTY • EIGHTH ANNUAL JL SHOW will bo held on the Soc'ety's Grounds. Mosgiel, en THURSDAY, 26th December. Entries for Sheep and Swine Close on Monday, 23rd December, and all others on the 24th December. Programmes and all particulars to be obtained on application to ROBERT FIXDLAY, £ecretaiy. 28th October. THE MOSGIFL WOOLLEN FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Mosgiel Woollen Factory Company will be held in the Ofiico of the Company. High street, Dunedin, on the 12th NOVEMBER, 1889, at ,", o'clock p. in. The Transfer Looks of the Company will be Closed from the 30fch October to. the 12th November inclusive. R. S. NICOLSON, Secretary. MASONIC DRAMATIC CLUB. 4 COMMITTEE MEETING of above will be he'd in Masonic Hall, Moray p'ao<?, MONDAY, 4th November, at 8 p.m. Brethren wishing to join are cordially invited to a'tend. EDWIN CLARK, Secretary. LECTURES. NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE. * DDRE3SE3 will be delivered by the celeu brated Temperance Lecturer, MR P. GOAD, in tlio City Hall TO-NIGHT at 7.30 o'clock. SUNDAY : Afternoon 2.45 o'clock ; Evening, 8 15 o'clock. Fankey's Hymns. Bring Books, No charge for admission to Body of Hall. Collection in aid of Alliance' Fund?. Gallery Rc?erved Seats ... Sixpence. LECTURE on 'Billy Bray' on MONDAY EVENING. Tickets U 8 ) fro™ any Member of Committee. A. S. ADAMS, Hon. Sec. LOST AND FOUND. jIOUND, Collie Dog; not claimed within 1 threo days will be sold. H. Gillies, N.E. Valley. LOST, in Moraington, about 11th tilt., valuable Gordon Setter, named " Gordon"; finder rewarded. Colvin's Store, Union street. LOST, on Friday, between Girls' High Schi.ol and Manse street, Three One Tound Notoj. Reward on returning to Mr A. Thomson, opposite Eoya' High School. IUR Cape, Brown Sable, Lost, near Queen s Drive. Will the finder kindly return to Fyfe and Cuming's? LOST, near Octagon, a Black-andtan Collie Pup, about five months old; answers to name of "Turk." Anyone bringing him to Gcnl. Irvine, York place, will receive a reward. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. "OERAKI. Superior Accemmodation. . Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. ORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding v* House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition; superior accommodation; every comfort. Board and Residence for Two p Gentlemen in private family. For particulars address " Home," Stab Office. »OARD and Residence in Private Family; a J terms moderate. Beaumont Cottage, ; Frederick street. *WO Gentlemen Want comfortable Board I and Residence; single bedrooms: hills preferred. Address " Comfcrtable,' Stab Office. 7 ANTED, 3 Bedrooms and Sitting room W in suburbs; St. Clair preferred; no other boarders; state price and terms. G., Stab Offioe.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8054, 2 November 1889

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