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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
AaHTSBMKNTF. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, . ■ -■ ALBERT LUOAS COMPANY IN THE BELLS, THE BELLS, AND BOX AND OOX. Popular Prices: Dress Circle, la 6d; Stallß, Is; Pit, 6d. KING STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. GRAND CONCERT will be given on . WEDNESDAY, 24th November, at 8 o'clock, in above Church by Combined Choir and Singing Class. Conductor, Mr J.Abernethy; Organist, Miss Daisy, Moore.. Admission 6d. Proceeds in aid of Organ Fund. '~ CHURCH SERVICES. "CENTRAL AVESLEYAN. MISSION GARRISON HALL. SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY Will behead on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2!. Preaohera: Morning, at 11, Rev. D. BORRIE. Afternoon, at 3, Rev. W. LAYCOOK. Evening, at 6.30, Rev. D. DUTTON. SOIO3, Duets, and Choruses will be rendered by the' Soholare, assisted by the Hutton Orchestra. IHO R A 1 — TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) EVENING, | At 7 o'clock, A Farewell Address wi'l be given by Pastor GSORGB SOLTAU, who is passing through Dunedin on his way to Eng'and. Choir sings from 6.30 p.m. All cordially invited. OSPEL HALL, BURNSIDE. vji' Come and hear Mr W. MACLEAN, EVANGELIST. FAREWELL ADDRESS, ' Leaving for Home,' MONDAY NIGET, 7.30. Sankey's Hymns. "VTORTH-EAST VALLEY PRESBYTKJLI RIAN CHURCH SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. Rev. T. NEAVBOLD ... ... 11 Morning. Mr DUNCAN WRIGHT ... 2.30 Afternoon. Rev. W. HEWITSON ... 6.30 Evening. NORTH-EAST VALLEY MAYORALTY. COUNCILLOR EVANS will Address the Ratepayers in the Public Hall, North-east Valley, on MONDAY EVENING, at 8 o'oloek. His Worship the Mayor (D. M'Gregor, Esq.) chairman. lIRST CHURCH. TO-MOKROW: MORNING AND EVENING, Rev. JAMES GIBB. il. ANDREW'S CHURCH. O Set vices 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Rev. R. WADDELL, M.A., D.D. OR AY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHUROH. 11 and 6.30, Rev. W. SAUNDERS. Evening Subject: Hall Caine's 'The Christian.' Concluding Address : 5 Glory Quayle.' ISCIPLES OF CHRIST, Oddfellows' Hall, Stuart street.— Mr MAZENGARB. . Subjects : « The Law of Forgiveness'; * The Law ot Accumulation.' THE TABERNACLE (Church of Christ), Great King street.— Mr CHARLES WATT, at 6.30. Subject: ' The Truth on the Lord's Coming.' TjUSSELL STREET Hall. - 'Richard li Wenden, the Converted Collier.' will be the subject of Mr Duncan 'Wright's addreßS To-morrow Evening, at 6.30. We heartily invite you. JRINITY Wesleyan Church.—ll am. and . 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. J. Lowis. Evening subject: 'The Hid Treasure.' AVooihaugh: 11 a.m, Mr Cooper; 6 30 p.m., Mr Booth. >RIMITIVE Methodist Churches.— Dunda ß street: Morning, Mrs Don; Pvening, '. AV. Laycock. Kew : Morning, Rev. IS. Drake; Evening, Mr Thos. Woods. Abbotsford : Morning, Mr Merrett; Evening, Rev. E. n rake. RAVENS BOURNE Presbyterian Church. - Rov. AVm. AVill, Morning and Evening ; and at St. Leonards Afternoon. 3ELIkYERS in Eternal Life only in Christ .. Meet for Worship To-moriow. Preaohing, at 6.30 ('Conversion'), Zealandia Chambers (opposite City Hall). ALL SAINTS' Chutoh.-8 and 11 sm.} 6.30 p.m. Preacher, The Dean. EvenIng Anthem, 'Vital Ppark.' IVANGELISTIO Meeting in Farley's Hall, I To-morrow Night, at 7\ Beats free and no colko'lon. . gjiVANGELISING. Council Chamber*, JLU Mornington, To-morrow, 6.30. Preaoher, J. Little. All welcome ; seats free. ING STREET Congregational Church. - Services To • morrow: Morning and Evening, Rev. G. Hcighway. TO LET. "OHN REID AND SONS ha?e To Let : 7-roomed Houae, London street, bath, etc., 15s ; 5 roomed House, with bath, Campbell street, Mornington (near Belt.), 12s 6d; 4 and 5-roomed Houses, Parkside, 9s and 10s ; lovely 7- oomed House, Macaudrcw road, South Dunedin, all conveniences; pretty Villa, 6 rooms, bath, and all conveniences, Ravensbourne ; 6-roomed Houses, AValker and Maclaggan streets, 16i; " 5-roomed Turnished Cottage, Arthur street, 20s ; 11-roomod House, High street; 11-roomed House, St. Clair. ■OT ANTED Let, superior Four - roomed y v Verandah Cottage ; tuSs, copper; minute tramshed. Mrs Milburn, Paterson stre t, Mornington. TO LET or Sale, on terms, Two and Fiveroomed Houses; garden, every convenienoo. Wood, Arcade. rpo LET, camfortable Furnished Room, S centre George street; every convenience ; private entrance. "Comfortable," Star Office. f |\o LB! 1 , Furnished Cottage (Mornington), A five rooms, from 20th December, for about month. Address " Albert," Star. TO LKT, Four-rocmed Cottage; washhouse and boiler; cheap rent. Morrison, Jubiee Villa, Albany street. leu nastereu uottage; rent Apply Mrs Austin, Grantstreet (off High street). TO LET, 5-roomed House, Belleknbwes, facing Belt; rent moderate. Fleming, New Zoaland Cooperage, Hope street. rr\o LET, 6-roomed Villa Residence, Leith S Btreet; every convenience. John Clegg, Manse street. r|W IjIOT, 10-roomed Dwelling, High street, A 3 minutes from Post Office. John Clegg, Manse street. 'jw Lid i, *-roomea House, m George street; it rent 7s week. Apply Swan's Coal Yard, King street. 'jRO Lt-' r , Furnished or Unfurnished, ScvenI roomed Hi-use, Qieen street; easy terms R. Brew. High street. rgiu jjri. », t>, and b-roomed Houses (furX nished), Broad Bay. Apply Mrs M'Leod, Broad Parfjf\o LET. 4-roo.r.ed House ; rent 10s. Apply I 2 Albert Terrace, George street, near Union street. TO LET, Two-roomed Cottage. H. Rurasey, Cumberland street, opposite Hospital. TO LET, 5 roomed House (bow window, blinds, scullery, washhouse), Russell Etrcet. Airs Robertson, premises. f g\u uii, o-roomed Cottage, Royal terrafea, . top Pitt street. Apply house above. rO LEI', a Ten-roomed House, Royal terrace; presently ocoupied by Mr AV O MaoGregor, Bolicitoc. Apply Capstick, Rattray Etreet.' '; f l V ' rge Btreet » new modern ,J- J.-robme I Houses;. all conveniences Wm. King. George street north. TO LET, " Matiola," Cargill street. 7 rooms ; bith, wa-hhouse, gas. A; Olulee, Benevolent Office, Moray-place. ■F° LE ,T' 7 ' r o om cd House, Cargill street; , *;^ ashh ° U3e> "PP"* A. Olulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. TO LET,; s : roomed House (new),. Walker street r»very convenience. Apply Meenaiv Cumberland street. . '.•".'.
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