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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897
CORPORATION NOTICES. BOROUGH OF NORTH-EAST VALLEY. "VrOTICE. ALL ARREARS of RATES not JLI paid on or before MONDAY, September 28th, will be sued for without further notice. THEODORE ARNOLD, August 27rh, 1897. Town Clerk. ELECTION NOTICES. N.E. VALLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTION. MR JOHN CAMPBELL will be pleased to MEET the ELECTORS of West Ward in the Council Chambers on MONDAY, 13th inst., at 8 p m. His Worship the Mayor (D. M'GREGOR, Esq.) in the chair. CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist central mission. Garrison Hall. THREE FAREWELL ADDRESSES By Rev. D. O’DONNELL. 11a.m.; ‘Delivered and Victorious.’ 3 p.m.; Pleasant Sunday Afternoon “For Young Mon and Women.” Brief, bright, brotherly ; Short, sweet, sisterly. Special Sacred Selections by Hutton Orchestra. Quartets, Duets, and Solos by Miss Sears, Mr Ross, and others. 6.50: ‘ God's Anger the Fruit of His Love.’ Solo, MisS' Sears. Orchestra plays from 6.15. Thanksgiving Offering in aid of Special Expenses incurred by this Mission. Sankey’s Hymns. Everybody welcome. Trinity wesleyan church, Stuart street. SEPTEMBER 12. FOREIGN MISSIONARY ANNIVERSARY. 11 a.m., Rev. J. J. LEWIS. Subject: ‘The Conversion of the World.’ 6.30 p.m., Rev. B. DANES (from New Britain). Subject: 1 The Cry of the Perishing Heathen,’ Strangers heartily welcomed. Salvation army, Dowling street. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) STAFF-CAPTAIN BENNETT (Divisional Officer) will conduct a SPECIAL SERIES of MEETINGS, 7 and 11 a.m., 3 and 7 p.m. At 5 p.m. there is to be a HALLELUJAH WEDDING. Brother Aitohley and Sister B. Reid are the contracting parties. To the Wedding Service Silver ColN Collection at door. MORNINGTON WESLEYAN CHURCH. —Tho Twenty-first Anniversary will be Commemorated on SUNDAY. 12th September. II a.m., Rev. T. G. Brooke ; 3 p.m., Mrs Don ; 6 30, Rev. R. R. M. Sutherland. Annual Soiree, TUESDAY, 14th ; tea on tables 6.30; Sacred Concert 7.30, Admission to Soiree and Concert, Is.
Child* us night, WEDNESDAY, 15th. Limelight Entertainment, Refreshments, Music. Admission, sixpence ; commence 7 o’clock. gT. MARY’S, MORNINGTON. FESTIVAL SERVICES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th. Holy Communion, 8 a.m. ; Matins and Holy Communion, 11 a.m. ; Children’s Service, 3 p.m. ; Evensong, 6.30 p.m. Evening preacher, Ven. Archdeason ROBINSON. ANNUAL SOCIAL, MONDAY, September 13th, at 8 pm., in Temperance Hall. Admission Is. CHILDREN’S SOCIAL, TUESDAY, September 14th, at 7.30 p.m., in Temperance Hall. Admission 6d. ANOVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th. Preacher, Rev. A. NORTH. Morning, 11 o’clock; Evening, 6.30 o’clock. Evening Subject: ‘ The Verity of John’s Gospel.’ Collection on behalf of Baptist Union. £1 HOR A L HALL. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING, At 7 o’clock. Address by Mr Alfred Bbdnton. Subject: Rom. vi., 23, ‘Sin’s Wage—God’s Gift,’ All cordially invited. Choir sings from 6.30 p.m. \/t OKAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL ill CHUHOH. 11 a.m., Rev W. SAUNDERS. 6-30, Service. IRST OHUROH. TO-MORROW; MORNING AND EVENING, Rev. JAMES GIBB. Disciples of ohrist, Oddfellows’ Hall, Stoaht street.— Mr MAZENGARB. Morning and Evening. Evening Subject: ‘Obedience of Faith.’ T HE TABERNACLE (Church of Christ), GREAT KING STREET. Services, Morning and Evening. B ORTH DUNEDIN CHURCH, Rev. I. K. MTNTYRE, Morning and Evening. ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH. Rev. R. WADDELL, M.A., D.D. Evening Subject: ‘ The Lamb in the Midst of the Throne.’ CAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. Pastor, W. L. SALTER. A Special Service will be held To-morrow Evening in memory of the late Mr Voisey.
Ravensbourne congregational CHURCH.-SUNDAY, 12th September, 1897._ Rev. W. SAUNDERS will Preach at Evening Service, 6.30 o’clock. ZEALANDIA Chamber-, opposite City Ball. —Believers in Eternal Life Only in Christ meet for Worship at 11a.m. ; 6.30 p.m., preaching. Subject: ‘ What is Religion V EVANGELISTIC Meeting in Farley’s Hall To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. ALL SAINTS’ Church. To-morrow : Evening Lecture by the Dean : • Men of the Modern Church—Charles Kingsley.* PRIMITIVE Methodist Churches.—Dundas street: Morning, Rev. W. haycock ; Evening, Rev. K. Drake. Kcw: Morning, Rev. E. Drake ; Evening, Mr C. White ; Abbotsford : Morning, Mr Godby ; Evening, Mr Montgomery. AVBRSHMVI HALL.-Mr R. G. Grubb, Evangelist, will (d.v.) preach the Gospel in above Hall oh Sunday Evening. September 12tb, at 6 30. All are cordially invited. XJ US SELL STREET HALL.—Kindly come along and bring your friends To-morrow Evening (6.30); glad to see so many last Sunday. D. Wright. LECTURE?. Ci I T Y HALL. / MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th. ■ The Rev. D. O’DONNELL, Australian Evangelist, will deliver his Farewell Lecture ‘ Palestine and the .Tews : Their History and Destiny,’ illustrated by 60 beautiful Limelight Views of the Holy Land and City. Commence 7.30. Admission by silver coin. Proceeds to go toward defraying the expenses of the Mission. LECTURE, KAIKORAI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. DR FRANK HAY will LECTURE in the above Church on MONDAY, 13th September, at 7.30,' Subject: ‘Hypnotism and Some Ancient Mysteries.’ Admission Free. No Collect! n. All most cordially invited. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. pOKBR’S FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of tbo Railway Station, JAMES HATFIELD, Pkopkibtok. Telephone 231. P.O, Box 291. OAKLEY House, Rattray and Dowling streets.—Vacancies for Two or Three Gentlemen Boarders; terms moderate.
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