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RELIGIOUS. First church. —ll a.m., Rev. Q. H. Balfour, M.A., BD. 6.30 p.m , Rev. J. L Robinson, B.A. Russell Street Branch: 6.30 (Communion), Rev. G H. Balfour, M.A., B.D. K NOX CHURCH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. WYNNE THOMAS. STUART HALL MISSION, at 7 p.m. ISJORTH-EAST VALLEY PRESBYIN TERIAN CHURCH. Rev. HENRY B. GRAY. 10 a.m.. Men’s Association. 11 a.m. Nad 6.30 p.m.. Church Services. OPOHO.—Young People'n Day. 11 a.m.. Children’s Service, Rev. R. FAIRMAID; 2.30 p.m., Young People’s Service; 6.30 n m., Mr ALEX. M'NETTR 3 OSLYN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. X HIGHGATE. Divino Service at 11 a m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, Mr R. B. M'CLURE, 8.A., of Knox College. CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, —II a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Mr JAS. A. THOMSON, Evening, Memorial Service (late Murdoch Jas. Mackenzie). MUSSELBURGH Presbyterian __ Church (Queen's Drive). —Morning, ‘ Christian Promotion’: Evening, A Useless Life Is But an Early Death.’ Preacher, Rev, R. SCO’L'i ALLAN. ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH. Services, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Rev. Dr WADDELL. KENSINGTON BRANCH.—6.3O p.m., Mr MACKY. 1 AVER-SHAM PRESBYTERIAN 1 CHURCH. Morning, 11; Evening, 6.30. Preacher: Rev. D. DUTTON. dOUTH DUNEDIN Presbyterian Church. —lO-30 a.m. 'Meeting for Prayer; II a.m., Mr Alex. M'Nenr; 6.30, Rev. U. Fairmaid. Special retiring collection in aid of ■Maori Mission Fund. ST. CLAIR Presbyterian Church.. —Reopening Services 'lo-rnorrow: 11 a.m.. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. John Miller. Now seating accommodation throughout. MORNINGTON Presbyterian Church.— Rev, W. Scorgie. 11 a.m., 'The Open Window and the Kneeling Altitude'; 6.30. What desii, Is to Us.’ ' 4 LL SAINTS’ CHURCH TO-MORROW. 3 and 11 -a.m., 6.30 p.m. ’Morning Preacher. Rev. ANGUS LOSS. Evening THE DEAN. s T. (’ LA IE CO N G KEGATION A L CHURCH 1 a., in., Rev. W. J. ASHFORD. 6.50 p.m., ' Rev. F. P. .FOSELAND (Amoy, China). Moray place congregational CHURCH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. SAUNDERS. Evening Subject: ‘Satan’s Libel and Belgium’s Answer.’ KING STREET Congregational Church.— Morning, 11, and Evening, 6.30, Rev. G. Hsighway : Evening, ’The New X’atriotisni." Lt EE EH STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Services. 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. H- WALLACE, Pastor. •JtRINITY METHODIST CHURCH. 11 a.m.. ‘A Word for the Weary.' 6.30 p.m.. The Power of Perfect Love.’ Anthem, ’ Cast Thy Burden. ' (Mendelssohn's " Elijah’). Rov. W. ARTHUR HAY. Woodhaugh—6 30 pm., Rev. T. \\ . NE\l- - •m/TETHODIST CENTRAL MISSION, ITX OCTAGON HALL. TO MORROW. 11 a.n., ' Perplexing Providences,’ Rev. WALKER. 6.30 p.m. ‘Reasoning With God,’ Rev. WALKER ■Soloist: Miss Pridham. Anthem. W. W. IMT’esLEY CHURCH, Cargill road—ll ft a.m., Mr J. E Ffrost; 6.50 p.m.. Rev. F T. Read. Benevolent: 10 a.m., Air R. Moffat : 6 p.m., Mr A. Bruton.
DUNDAS STREET Methodist Church.— Morning. 11, Evening, 6-30, Rev. A. Pybus. North-east Talley: Morning. 11, Mr C. White; Evening, 6.30, Rev. H. Richards. Ravonsbourne: IE Rev. H. Richards; 6.30, Mr Comissiong. Tl/rORNIXaTOX Method is t Cht urch.—ll X*X a.m., Mr J. P. Simon; 6.50 p.m., Rev. A. J. Seamcr. Bclleknowes : 11, .Rev. W. Green Hade; 3. Rev. A. d. Sramer: 6.30, Mr E. S. Miriams; soloist, Mr Miriams, Sunday School Anniversary. OSLVN Methodist Church.—Morning, Rev. .1. T. Pinfold, M.A.; Evening, Mr Dixon. Maori Hill: Morning. Mr E. J. King; Evening, Rev. J. T. Pinfold, B.D. Solo by Miss Mackic. KEW Methodist Circuit.—Sunday School, Main South road, Caversham; 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. E. Drake. Fairfield : 11 a.m.. Rev.' F. Frost; 6.30 p.m., Mr H. A. Eden. Abbotsford; 11 a.m., Rev. G. D. Cox; 6.30 p.m.. Rev. F. Frost. p MOVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25. Services at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. REV. R. S. GRAY, Pastor. MAORI HILL CHURCH: It a.in., Mr A. HOARE. 6.30 n.ni., Mr C. W. DUNCUND. BAPTIST CHURCH. SERVICES TO-MORROW, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher. Mr JOHN REID. B.A. IVTORTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 am! 6.30, Rev. JOSEPH CARLISLE. Meeting for Prayer at 6 p.m. CtAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. ) 11, and. 6 30, Rev. C. Dallaston. Evening topic: ‘ The Seventh Word from the Cross,' Solo, Miss Outrani. SOUTH DUNEDIN BaptUt Church.— Morning: ‘Certainties of Paul: Justification by Faith.’ Evening: In Mcmoriam Rev. Edward Richardson, of British East Africa. Pastor: Rev. J. Farquharson Jones, B.D. CHURCH of Christ.—Tabernacle, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Special Anniversary Service far the Children. P. D. M'Callmn, 8.A., Evangelist, morning and evening. Koslyn • 11 a.m., Worship. HURCH OF CHRIST, Filieul street.— Sunday, 11 a.m.. Fellowship Meeting; .Afternoon, 2.45. Sunday school; Evening, 6.30. Gospel address. All invited. HURCH of Chrisß—South~Dunedin; 11 a.m., Christian Worship; 6.30 p.m., Gospel Sendee. Mr L. Irvine: ‘The Tabernacle in the Wilderness.’ Kew: 11 a.m., Christian Worship. ORNINGTON _ Church of Christ. Argyle street.—ll-a.m.. Breaking the Bread; 2.30 p.m., Bible School and Class; 6.30 p.m., Service. Speaker, Mr J. M. RotUledge. Subject ; ‘ Winning Gcd’s Approval.’ SPECIAL GOSPEL SERVlCE.—Playfair Street Hall, Caversham, TO-MOR-ROW, 630 p.m. Mr J. H. STEVENS will Speak and Sing. Have you heard him? If not, come. You are cordially invited. LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY. J annual deputation. Rev. F. P. JOSELAND Hate of Amoy, China), TO-MORROW (Sunday), October 25, SPECIAL SERVICES. Port Chalmers Congregational Church 11 a.m., Port Chalmers Congregational Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.' St. Clair Congregational Church, 6.30 p.m. Collections in Aid of the Society’s Funds. CHRI3TADELPHIANS. Stuart Street Hall, Lecture on .Sunday, 6.30. All thinkers invited. Seats free. No collection.
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