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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 tfVGUINEAS.—HngIish Piano; secondJLC: hand; good going order; small time payments taken. Musical Exchange, Octagon. "RTTBW Goods in all departments now being .1.1 opened. Olotbing Factory, Octagon. AREHOUSEMEN'S Samplo cases and Cards made and lettered at the Stak Crawiord street. MONTEITH. Monteith. Monteith. Ladies, for fit, wear, and appearance, no Kid Glove equals the '' Monteith." Every, pair guaranteejL, TLBEGIN& Tea confidently recommended as _L V the best of all standard Blends. Young and Anderson. ELECTION NOTICES. NORTH-EAST VALLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL. 18. H. F. H. MURRAY begs to return *■ his sincere THAKKS to the Ratepayers of West Ward who recorded their Votc3 in his favor at the recent Election. LOST AND FOUND. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OP AUSTRALASIA. LOST POLICY. IT IS THE INTENTION of this Association, on or after the 18th of October next, to is=ue a certified Copy in place of Policy No. 31,551 on the life of John William Tepene, and which is alleged to have been lost. R. D. MILLKF, Actuary. Wellington, 17th September, 1897. LOST, a Gold Brooch (oblong); reward. J. Neil, herbalist, George street. LOST (17th), between Burnside and Dunedin via Momington, Spectacles in case; reward. C. Zielo (M'Leod Bros.). LOST (Wednesday night), in George street north, Brown Pup, white paws. Finder rewarded returning Miss Christie, George street, near Dundas street. IF Person Detaining Brown-and-white Spaniel Dcg, answering to name "Watch," and registered No. 81, dce3 not immediately release him legal proceedings will be taken. Mrs Lucas, Filleul street. ■ nuuuu, man sultenng violont pains now JL' sound and well. Morris's Lotions cured him ; sold ohemistb, grocers. FOUND, Grand Night's Enjoyment, Triumph Lodge Concert and Social, St. Peter's Hal', September 21th. Double tickets, 2s 6d. EOARD AND BFSIDENCE. lOKER'B FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTOHURCH. ■ Within Ono Minute of the Railway Station. JAMBS HATFIELD, Peophietob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. OAKLEY House, Rattray and Dowling streets.—Vacancies for Two or Three Gentlemen Boarders; terms moderate. LADY want 3 Furnished Rooms or Share House wiih another; St. Clair or town. " Permaaent," Star Office. YOUNG Man wants Bedroom in family, or would share with another; terms moderate. "Rex," Star Oflicc. FURNISHED Bedroom, with use of sitting room, ss; partial board if required. " North End," Star Office.

CHURCH SERVICES. SALVATION ARMY, DOWLIXG STREET. TO-MORROW (Sunday), also MONDAY. A Scries of Indian Meetings will be conducted by VELAYUTHAM (Late Missionary o' Interior of India). SUNDAY, at 3 p.m : There will be the Great Celebration of an Indian Wedding. Illustritions of Child Wives and Widowhood. Graphic Dc3ciiption of Famine Horrors. SUNDAY, at 7 p.m. : BRIGADIER EOSKIN, MAJOR HARRIS, assisted by a number of other Officers, will lead MONDAY: VELAYUTHAM Will Illustrate LIFE AT INDIA and CEYLON. Wailing Women's Cries, Burning the Dead, Death March, Sensational Exhibition of Instruments of Torture. A Mother's Vow, Offering a Human Sacrifice. The Silent Mouth Skewers, The Swinging Hooks, Death Conch Blowing, and many other items of interest relative to the Interior Life of CEYLON AND INDIA. To Sunday Services, Silver Collection. To Morday Night, Admission Sixpeuoe. "OOSLYN WESLEYAN CHURCH. Morning, at 11, Mr SMITH. Evening, at 6.30, Rev. J. N. BUTTLE will preach a Memorial Service in memory of the lato Mrs George Gregory. " EITR STREET CONGREGATIONAL J CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES TO-MORROW. Morning, at 11, Rev. W. SAUJNDERS. Evening, at 6 30, Rev. J. J. LEWIS. Addre-s to Children at 3 Afternoon. Special Collections at each Service. WEDNESDAY, 22nd September - Tea and Public Meeting. Tea at 6 30. Tickets, Is each. METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION, Garrison Hall. 11 a.m , Rev. W. W. LOWE. 6 30 p.m., Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD. Lantern Service: ' Scenes in the Life of Christ.' Solo, ' Eternal Rest.' Miss Walker. Special Piece by the Orchestra. Illustrated Hymns. Come and Welcomo. H O R A x-y TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING, At 7 o'clock. Addrc3sby Mr Alfred Brunton. Subject: ' Have you found Christ ? If not, why r—John •„ 45. All cordially invited. Choir sings from 6.30 p.m.

ORAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 11 a.m., Rev. W. M. FELL. 6 30 p.ra , Rev. W. SAUNDERS. Evening : ' Facts of the Spiritual World.' ffl 'ls there an Intermediate State ? 7ESLEYAN CHURCH, PORT CHAL. ..' MERS.—Homo Mission Scrvioes TOMORROW. . Preactcra : Rev. J. J. LEWIS at 11 a.m. : Rev. E. C. TENNENT at 6.30 p.m. Everybody welcome. 71VANGELISTIC Addresses at Russell .MIA street Hall To-morrow Evening, 6.30, by Messrs W. T. Todd and Stanley Mirams. You are welcome. D. Wright. TRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH. —ll am., Rev. T. N. Giiffen ; 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. M. Fell. Woodhaugh: 11 a.m , Mr Rodda; 6.30 p.m., Mrs Fa wee tt. RIMITIVE Methodist Churches.— Dundas street: Morning, Mr J. Milburn; Evening, Rev. E. Drake. Kew : Morning, Mr D. Louden ; Evenhjg, Rev. W. Laycock. Abbotsford : Morning, Rev. W. Laycock; Evening, Mr D. S. Mason. H U R C H. Tjl I R S T C TO-MORROW: MORNING AND EVENING, Rev. JAMES GIBB. JLf Oddfellows' Hall, Stuart street.— Mr MAZENGARB. Morning and Evening Subjects: 'The Compassionate Christ'; 'PPPP.' IHE TABERNACLE (Church of Christ), Great King street.— Mr CHARLES WATT. Services Morning and Evening. Subject: 'Making Haste.' ORTH DUNEDIN CHURCH, , 11 a.m., Rev. I. K. M'INTYRP. 6.30 p.m., Rev. D. DUTTON. Communion at Morning Service. T. ANDREW'S CHURCH. ._' Rev. R. WADDELL, M.A., D.D. Evening Subject: 'The Evolution and Coronation of the Lamb—The Coronation Song.' ALL SAINTS' Church.—Preacher, the Dean. Evening Lecture: ' Men of the Modern Church—Robertson, of Brighton.' EVANGELISTIC Meeting In Farley's Hall To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. * KING STREET Congregational Church.Services To-morrow: Morning, Mr John Wilkinson.; Evening, Mr J. W. Jago.

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