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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10446, 16 October 1897
QHTJRCH SERVICES. •BTHOHBT CENTRAL MISSION. U Eev. J. J. BROWN (of Melbourne), Representative to the'Wesleyan Metrrodist':' Parliament, meeting in Auckland, will PREACH THREE TIMES In the GARRISON HALL TO-MORROW. r ll am. : '.How to Buildup a True Church.' . ''Pleasant Sunday "Afternoon"at 3., Recitations: Alice Olark, Jennio Duncan, and the Rev. J. J. Brown (by request). Quartet, 'Beho'd I Stand at the Door': Mi-ses Sears and M'Gregor, Messrs Booth and Rae. Solo, 'Holy Shrine': Mias M'Kerrow. Address: ' Cheap Religion.' - 6 30 a.m. :* A Life Tragedy. Solo, ' Tho "Way of Peace*; Miss shepherd. Orohestra plays. A fternodn and Evening. _ j-,.,JSverybody welcome. "tAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. CONTINUATION OF MISSION. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17; Morning, 11, Rev. W. L. &&TER: Evening, 6.30, Bev. F. W. BOREHAM. ALVATION ARMY, DOWLING STREtT. I TO-MORROW, SPECIAL SERVICES ALL DAY. 7 and 11 a.m., 3 and 7 p in. TO'-NIGHT (SATURDAY) TO-NIGHT, From 5 to 10, GREAT SALE OF WORK. Refreshments Provided. H0 R A TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING, At 645 o'clock, . ADDRESS BY MR ALFRED BRUNTON. j Subjeot: ' The Sunday School in its Dual Re- ! lation-hip to the Home and to the Churoh.' All cordially invited. Choir sings from 6 30. < N.B.—The Address will commence at 6.45. SAILORS' REST, PORT CHALMERS. A DDREBSES will (n.v.J be given by £ll ROBERT G. GRUBB in the above Ball on SUNDAY, 17th. Afternoon, at 2 30, to Children; Evening, at 7 (Subject: * Christ's Second Coming'). Also, Gospel Meetings during the week on Tues-lay, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, at 7.30. All welcome. No collection. »USSELL STREET Hall— Thanks for last .\j Sunday's gathering. Please come again TO MORROW at 6.30 p.m. ■ D. WRIGHT. Tjl I R S T CHURCH. TO-MORROW: MORNING AND EVENING, Rev. JAMES GIBB. \ ANDREW'S CHUROH. ._ Rev. R. WADDELL, M.A!, D.D. Evening Subject: ' Evolution and Coronation of the Lamb—The Lamb in the City of God.' ORTH DUNEDIN CHURCH. Rev. I. K. M'INTYRE Morning and Evening. ORAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHUROH. 11 and 6.30, Rev. W. SAUNDERS. L Evening, 'Facts of the Spiritual World.* No. 6: Second .Address on ' Heaven.' I DISCIPLES OF CHRIST, Oddfellows' Hall, Stuabt sthekt.— Mr MAZENGARB. Morning and Evening Subjects: ' The True Philosophy of Life'; ' Our Position—its Strength and Safety.' THE TABERNACLE (Church of Christ), Gbeat Kingstbeet.— Mr CHARLES WAIT, Evangelist, to-morrow at 6.30. Subject: ' Divine Illumination.' PRIMITIVE Methodist Churches.-Dundas street: Morning, Rev. W. Layoock; Evening, Rev. E. Drake. Kew : Morning, Rev. E. Drake; Evening, Rev. W. Laycock. ABBOTSFORD CHURCH ANNIVERSARY.—Morning at 11, Afternoon 3, Evening 6 30, Mrs Don. Public Tea on Wednesday next, at 6 30 p.m. IRINITY WESLEYAN CHUROH. - . 11 am. and 630 p.m., Rev. J. J. Lewis ; evening subject, ' A Triumph of Grace.' Woo.ihaugh : 11 a.m , Mr C. Taylor ; 630 p.m., Mr Cooper. EVANGELISING. Council Chambers, Mornington, To-morrow, 6 30. Preacher, S. Elborn; all welcome. I ■li To-morrow Night, at 7. Sats free and no collection. ALL SAINTS' Chuich.—To-'norrow: Band ZEALANDIA Chambers, opposllie City Half —Meet for Worship at 11-a m. xV. Morning, Rev. G. Heigh way; Evening, I Mr W. T. Todd. Special singing each service. I TO LET. FURNISHED and Unfurnished Rooms To j Let; Beds Is. Royal Boarding.house, I Lower Walker street. I OLET, Ground Accommodation, suitable for I builders. oontrao'ors, etc. Arply J. Cov« I k and Co.. Ootason. ' ' I O LET, iew 6-roomtd House; bathroom, gas, Venetian binds, every convenienceBarnes, ooaohbuilder, King street.' r JT\O 1 .ET, near Ocean Beach, 4-roomed House; 1 . It 6d; every convenience. Higginson Family, Frederick street. O LET, desirable modtrn Seven-roomed . Villa, presently occupied by Mr T. H. Kearns, in Michie street, Roslyn; splendid view; close to tram. Apply Public Trust Office. TO LET, 4-roomed House scullery, boiler, garden ; 8s), few doors from Belt. Wren, painter, Mornington. TO LET, comfoitablo House, five rooms; bithroom and scullery. John Carroll, Gladstone Villa, Walker street. MHO < tT, Neatly-furnißhed t-'even roomed JL House, Queen street; beautiful view; piano ; 25i. H. Brew, High street. TO L'iT (City), new Five-roomed House; bath, hot water, every convenience ; 14a. John Hercus and Co TO LHT, 5 and 6-roomed Houses ; bathrooms and .garden. Apply Applegate, Clarke street, Caversham. TO LET, 5-roomed House; good yarding, coal yard; low rent. Apply M'Mullen, Frederick street. \0 LET, good 5-roomed House (plastered); «. also, 4-roomed Cottage. John Philp, Ross street, Roslyn. LET, Roslyn, nice, convenient 5-roomed 1. House; quiet spot, near tram; low renfc Washer's Agency. rO LET, 3-roomed House, George street; . rent, 5s 6d week. Apply Swan's Coal rd TO LET, Three roomed Cottage, Bay View t Terrace, Maitiand street south; rent,' 4s 6d. . TO LET, superior 7-roomed House, Upper Stafford street. Apply T. H. Dick, 90 Princes street. "•. TO LET (Mornington), Seven-roomed 'House (efcery convenience), hear English Church, Apply Davies'a Drapery Store. . ■ r ; K) LET, or For Sale, "The Gables," Upper Kew, lately ocoupiedby Mr J. Lethbridge; superior 8-roomed house, g-acre flower and fruit [garden; fine view. Apply Dalgety_and Co., I Ltd., Jetty street. TO LET, Castle street (near Gardens), Sixroomed Hous»; bath (hot, cold water), gas; kty next door. Apply Butler. Bros. K ttray street. - IfV\o LET, a New Modern Dwel'ing; 6 rooms, 9 etc. J. Ford, grocer. King strt et. I'llO LET, 9-roomed House, George street I north ; low rent. Fre.l Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. I fTHO LET (London stree'), 7-roomed House; j 1. bath, etc ; 15a. John Reid and Soub. IfjlO LET, 9-roomed House, Russell street; JL first-class order. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. Ir »iO LEr, Four-roomed House, Clerk street; X North-tast Valley. Apply to Mrs White, Clerk street TV\O LET, one 4-roomed House and 4-stalled JL Btable, Leith street north; one 5 and and one 4-roomed (new; boiler and every convenience), Walker street. Apply F. Meenan, -King street. TO LET, Five Rooms; Bcullery, bathroom, paddock, firewood. Apply, Saturday evening, H.L. Mainland. Burkes. ••:'-■ \0 LET, BUILDING LEAStf, Two Quarter acroVections (separate), lees street. FRED SMITH Church Factor, I "' ■■ ■ Dunedin Savings B ink. i ' TO LET FELLMONGERY and about 2 ACRES.of LAND, Burn?ide; presently occupied by Fogarty and Co.; possession .'on Ist November next/ Apply THE TRUSTEES, ■" EXEOU TORS, AND AGENCY CO., Liverpool street.
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