COBP&RATION NOTICES. VEHICLE TRAFFIC. -iV I'JCFrt , for DRIVERS’, CARRIAGE, CART, and •••EXPRESS LICENSES ARK ?»OAV Dll?, nhtl must be Raid forthwith into t-h«! City '■ reu-ury, where the Licenses may ho obtained.- Any Person found Plying for Hire without having the necessary License. will be liable to bo proceeded against without further notice. WILLIAM B. TAYLOR, Dunedin, 2nd October, 1897. Town Clerk. LEOTUEES. .LECTURE. THE REV. DR WADDELL Will deliver a Lecture on Browning’s ‘ KINCP'-AND THKgBOOK ’ On TUESDAY,-OCTOBER 5, in St. Andrew’s Church Hall, Walker street, r * At 8 o’clock. Vocal Selections by Mrs Coombs, Mrs Stone, and Mr J. Armstrong. Proceeds in aid of Walker street Free Reading Room. ADMISSION. Is. Tickets at Wise and Co.’s, Princes street. OHUECH SERVICES. London missionary society (OTAGO AUXILIARV). PROGRAMME of MEETINGS AND SERVICES In connection with the visit of REV. R. BARON, F.L S., F.G.S, (For 25 Years a Missionary in Madagascar) And REV, J. E. NEWELL (Seventeen Years in Samoa). MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AS FOLLOWS : SUNDAY, October 3—ll am;: Rev. R. Baron will preach in Moray place Congregational Church; Rev. J. E. Newell will preach in First Church. 6.30 p.m.: Rev. R. Baron will preach in First Church ; Rev. J. E. Newell will preach in the Choral Hall, Moray place. 3 p.m , United Sunday School Children’s Gathering in Knox Church. MONDAY, October 4 —Rev. B, Baron will speak at Kaikorai Presbyterian .Church, 7.30 p.m. ’ TUESDAY, October 5 Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held at 7.30 p.m., in Moray place Congregational Church ; Hpv. W. Saunders in the Chair. Addresses by bo hj Missionaries. WEDNESDAY, October 6—Rev. K. Baron will speak at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Walker street, at 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. B. Nowell will speak at Anderson’s Bay Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p.m. ’ THURSDAY, October 7-Rev. R. Baron will speak at South Dunedin Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. E. Newell will speak at North Dunedin Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p.m. FRIDAY, October 8 Rev. E. Baron will speak at North-east Valley Presbyterian Church at J. 30 p.m. Rev. J. B. Newell will speak at 1 eith street Congregational Church at 7.30 p.m. SUNDAY, October 10-11 a.m.: Rev. E. Baron will preach at Knox Church; Rev. J. E. Newell will preach at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. 6.30 p.m.: Rev; R. Baron will preach at North Dunedin Presbyterian Church ; Rev. J. E. Newell will preach at Moray place Congregational Church. Collections on behalf of the Society taken up at each of the Services. SALVATION ARMY, Dowling street. VELAYUTHAM AND DEVA-RATA (Late of India). TO-MORROW (Sunday), All Day—7 and 11 a.m , 3 and 7 p.m. At 3 p.m. VELAYUTHAM will Lecture on the ‘Groundwork of Mission Operations in Foreign Lands,’ 6.30 pm., ‘THE TRUE CHRIST.’ 8.15. 8.15. (After Church Services), E. B. CARGILL, Esq , Presiding, VELAYUTHAM will Speak on ‘INDIA ZENANA LIFE’; also his Personal Life and Sacrifices in India. Latest Intelligence to hand two days ago re Famine Horrors. There will be a MUSICAL MARCH at 8 p.m. Special Collection to Feed the Starving, Hanover street baptist school- . ROOM. A'Sacred Cantata, ‘ ESTHER, THE BEAUTIFUL QUEEN,’ TUESDAY. OCTOBER sth, At 0 p.m. Admission-ONE SHILLING. Jg-NOX CHURCH. Rev. JOHN MATHEW, M.A., B.D. (of Melbourne), Will Preach TO-MORROW FORENOON and EVENING. SOUTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SERVICES TO-MORROW at 11 A. if. AND 6 30 P.M, Preacher ... Rev. ISAAC JOLLY, M.A. Evening Subject: ‘Presbyterianism.’ Methodist central mission, I Gaerison Hall. Rev. T, W. NEWBOLD conducts Services at • / 11 and 6,30. Evening Subject: • Scenes in Maoriland and Maoridom a Plea for our Home Mission Fund. Miss Sears will sing a solo (‘Sion’). Charlie | How (a Chinaman) will be baptised. Special Orchestral Music. j Moray place congregational CHURCH. 11 a.m., Rev. R. BARON, F.L.S., F.G.S., from Madagascar. 6.30., Rev. W. SAUNDERS. Subject: * Facts of the Spiritual World ; (5) Heaven,’ Disciples op chkist, Oddfellows’ Hall, Stuart street.— Mr MAZENGARB. Morning and Evening Subjects; ‘ The Lord’s Penetration of Character ’; ‘ A Figurative Ordinance.’ All welcome; come. THE TABERNACLE (Church of Christ), Great King street.— Mr CHARLES WATT. Services Morning and Evening. Subject: * Very Near the Kingdom.’ ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH. Rev. R. WADDELL, M.A., D.D. Evening Subject: ‘ Evolution and Coronation of the Lamb—The Marriage of the Lamb.’ K ORTH DUNEDIN CHURCH. Rev, I. K. MTNTYRB Will Preach Morning and Evening. First c hu r oh.T n -MnKRQW: Morning, Rev. J. E. NEWELL (17 years missionary in Samoa); Evening, Rev. R. BARON, F.L.S., F.G.S. (25 years missionary in Madagascar). PRIMITIVE Methodist Churches.—Dnndas street: Morning, Mr T. Woods; Evening, Rev. W. Laycock. Kew ; Morning, Rev. E. Drake ; Evening, Mr Merrett. Abbotsford : Morning, Mr Merrett: Evening, Mr C. White. SAILORS’ REST, PORT CHALMERS.— Gospel Meeting SUNDAY NIGHT, at 7 o’clock. Mr GRUBB will Preach. Weeknight Meetings will be intimated. Trinity wesleyan church. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. J. Lewis. Evening, subject: ‘The Last Cry from the Cross.’ vWoodhaugh: 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Mr Stevens. T>UBSELL STREET HALL. On Si jL\), Evening, at 6.30, Gospel Addresses i given by Mr David Leslie and Mr T. Dt The friends will welcome you. OHRIsTIAN Chapel, North-east Y alley.— Services To-morrow Evening, 6.30 o’clock. T. H. Rix. . ZEALANDTA Chambers, opposite City Hall. —Meet for Worship at 11 a,m., 6 30 p.m. ALL SAINTS’ Church. To-mor . Preacher, The Dean. Evening Lee ‘ Meni oithe Modem Ohnroh—John Keble. Evangelising. Council ' Momington, To-morrow, 6.30, S, Elborn; all welcome. Chambers, Preacher, EVANGELISTIC Meeting in Farley’s Hall ; To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection.
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