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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897
AMUSEMENTS. RINOESS'S THEATRE FOR ONLY FOUR NIGHTS LONGER. GRAND SUCCESS. PICTURES ENCORED. MR WYBERT REEVE Will Exhibit his . ORIGINAL AND MARVELLOUS CINEMATOGRAPHE LUMIERE, " One of the Moat Beautiful Inventions of the . Age. 35 PICTURE vOF LIFE. 35 Royal and Military Pageants, Streets of the World, . Scenes of Beauty, Comic Scenes, Scenes of Home. " Unquestionably the finest Cinemstographe seen in Australia. Other instruments are mere toys."—Australian Press. "An admirably-assorted collection. Produced with remarkably fidelity." Otago 'Times.' " It is far superior to any other that has been shown to a New Zealand audience. The pictures are incomparably superior to any others we have seen."—Evening Star. MR WYBERT REEVE'S, Lecture and Readings. MISS HOPE NATION'S Ballads. Box Plan at Dresden. Tickets at Jacobs's. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. nHE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS L by Merhhers now OPEN DAILY in the Choral Hall, Moray place, from 10 a m. to 6.30 p.m., and from 7.30 to 10 in the evening. Admission, Is. Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 6d each. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. CHURCH SERVICES. THE MESSAGE. IROM THE LORD JESUS CHRIST TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE ■ Calling upon them To Prepare tor His Appeasing, and warning thkm ok The Approaching Great Tribulation, Will again be delivered in this City By An Evangelist of the Catholic, Apostolio Church In the CITY HALL, DOWLtNG STREET, On THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11th. Second Subject: The Approaching Judgments of God upon Christendom, and the Gathering of a First Fruits of the Church that they may Escape these. Doors open at 7.30. Address at 8 o'olock. Free Admission. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. rxUNDAS STREET PRIMITIVE METHO- / DIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. 11 a.m., Rev. W. LAYCOCK. 3 p.m., Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD. 6.30 p.m., Rev. E. DRAKE. Spec : al Singing by the Scholars. An ENTERTAINMENT in connection with the above will be held on WEDNESDAY, at 7.30 p.m. Choruses, Reoitations, and Solos by the Scholars. Presentation of Prizes. - Admission, 64. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING, At 7 o'clock, ADDRESS BY MR ALFRED BRUNTON. Subject: ' What events do Scripture warrant us to look for in connection with the Jfws' return to Palestine, and their again taking their place among the world's nations?' N. 8.: The above is a sequel to the address delivered oa October 24th on 'The Jewish Convention at Basle. 1 ■ All cordially invited. Choir sings from6.3op.m. ALVATION ARMY, KJ DOWLING STREET. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), at 8 o'cko'r, SPECIAL MEETING. Subjeot; ' DRINK,' TO-MORROW (SUNDAY), 7 ANb'ITA.M. AND 7 P.M , Very Special Services in.the Barraoks. On account of the Funeral of Sister J. Fowler, which takes place from her late reßidehoo, Leith street, thero will be no Indoor.Meeting on SUNDAY AFTERNOON. All friends invited to attend the Funeral, 2.15. At 7 P.M., MEMORIAL SERVICE, Collection at door. OUTH DUNEDIN BAPTIST CHURCH. KJ SERVICES, NOVEMBER 7. 11 a.m., Rev. W. L. SALTER. 3 p.m.. Rev. Dr ROUSE (India), veteran missionary and linguist. 6 30 p.m„ Rev. A. NORTH. Z. BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Rev. G. H. ROUSE, M.A., LL.B., D.D., Of Oaloutta, will Preach TO-MORROW as follows I—--11 a.m., Caversham Baptist Churoh, 3 p.m., South Dunedin Baptist Church, 6.30 p.m., Hanover Btreet Baptist Churoh. Collections in aid of Society. ETHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. Garrison Hall. 11 a.m., Mr J. A. GARDNER, 6.30 p.m , Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD. Farewell Solo (Miss Sears), 'King of Ages.' Cornet Solo (with orchestral accompaniment), ' Promise of Life.' Quartet, ' God so Loved the World.' Orohestra'plays from 6.15. Sankey's Hymns. .All Heartily Welcome. "TOT ANTED, the Catholic Apostolio Church * * and Every Other Church to Come and Hear the Truth in its purity, at the Albany street Hall, on SUNDAY EVENING, 14th November. Lecture by THOMAS BAKER: ' Christadelphians; wherein and why they differ from other people.' »USSELL STREET MISSION HALL.— \) At our Service TO-MORROW EVENING, at half-past six, we hope again to see you and your friends. D. WRIGHT. I R S T CHURCH. TO-MORROW: MORNING AND EVENING, Rev. JAMES GIBB. J ORTH DUNEDIN CHURCH. Rev. I. K. M'INTYRK, Morning and Evening. \ ANDREW'S CHUROH^ Services 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Rev. R. WADDELL, M.A., D.D. ■ORAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL L¥J CHUROH. 11 and 6.30, Rev. W. SAUNDERS. Evening Subject, 'Facts of the Spiritual '. World.' (8) ' Spiritualism.' ISCIPLES OF CHRIST, _ Oddfellows' Hall, Stoart street.— Mr MAZENGARB. Subjects: 'Christian Supremaoy'; ' Our Glorious Inheritance.' IHETABE K N A O L E . (Church of Christ), Great King street. — Mr CHARLES WATT, Evangelist, to-morrow, at 6.30. Subject: 'Some Popular Excuses.' Roslyn Meeting Monday Evening. RIMITTVE Methodist Churches. Kew L (School Anniversary): Morning, Rev. E. Drake;' Afternoon (at 3), Rev. E. Drake; Evening, Rev. W. Lay cock. Abbotsford: Morning, Mr White; Evening, Mr Gairdner. RINITY Wesleyan Church.—ll a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. J. Lewis; evening subjeot. 'Lord of Lords.' Woodhaugh: 11 a.m , Mr Ross ; 6.30" p.m., Mrs Fawcett. ALL SAINTS' Ohuioh.—To-morrow: Dedication Festival. Preachers: Morning, The Dean ; Evening, Rev. F. Mayne, M.A. Z3ALANDIA Chambers, opposite City Hall. —Meet for Worship at 11 a.m. Preaehing at 6.30. jl VANGELISTIO Meeting In Farley's H 11 U To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. EVANGELISING. Council Chambers. Mornington, To-morrow, 6.30. Preacher, T. Arnold. All welcome ; seats free. CHRISTIAN Chapel, North-east Valley.v> Services To-morrow Evening, 6.30 o'olock. T. H.Rix. JLV. Services To-morrow: Morning, Mr W. Coull; Evening, Rev, D. Helghway. (AVENSBOURNE Presbyterian Churoh .+> (Morning Service) and St Leonards, Rev. A. Cameron f Evening, Rev. R. R. M. Suthw. land; -
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