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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
RELIGIOUS. Young men’s Christian association, Moray place. General Secretary’s Bible Class will NOT be held on Sunday. STRANGERS’ SOCIAL TEA at 5 p.nj. Rev. PINFOLD’S Lecture to Local Preachers FRIDAY, at 7.30 p.m. Subject; 'lncentives to Preaching;.’ All Men invited. u NITARIAN PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY. Club House, Moray place (Opposite Public Library). 7 p.m.. Rev. IV. F. KENNEDY. Subject: 1 Why I Believe in God, the Soul, and Immortality.’ Questions and Discussion. All Meetings Open to the Public. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, Trades Hall (opposite First Church). SUNDAY EVENING, at 7. Subject; ‘ Probation After Death.’ rTVEIEOSOPHICAL Society.—Lecture by -L Miss C. W. Christie. Subject: ‘The Life Story of a Soul: From Humanity to Divinity .’ Th Msophical Hall, Dowling street, Sunday, 6.30 p.m. Music. A LBANY STREET School.—Service every ■TjL Sunday at 6.30 p.m. The Rev. E. A. Axelseu will favor ns to-morrow evening with an adlrcss. We warmly invite you to be present. D. Wright. GREEN ISLAND Gospel Hall.—Sunday, 6.30 p.m.. Gospel Meeting. Mr Wm. Buchan. SPIRITUAL Scientists’ Church, Oddfellows' Hall, Albany street.—Sunday, 7 p.m., Mrs S. E. Morrison (Melbourne). Special Dedication Service of Two Children lo the cause of I ruth, followed by spirit messages from articles. Silver collection at door. HALL.—Gospel Service To-raor-row Night at 7 o’clock. I’reachcr, Mr James MFarlanc. Also, on Friday, a Bible Lecture at, 7.30 p.m. All heartily welcome. GOVERNMENT NOTICES TK ANAU-MILFORD SOUND TRACK. SEASON 1914-15. TT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED for Public Information that (ho Government. Steamer on Lake TV Allan will make its FIRST TRIP for lb" abovementioned season on the 50th NOVEMBER, and Glade House and the Huts on the Te Anan-Milford SoundTrack will be Reopened for Tourists from the same date. Bv Order. Oflire of the Public Service Commissioner. Wellington, 14th October, 1914. A PPLICATIONS will be received up till -'I. noon on the 9-h NOVEMBER, 1914, for the POSITION of ASSISTANT ANALYST, Dominion Laboratory, Wellington. Further particulars may lie seen in the 'Now Zealand Gazelle’ of the IC-ih instant, or may bo obtained on application to the Permanent Head, Department of Internal Affairs. Wellington. .Salary £IBO, maximum £2GO. Professional Division. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. LOST (from 42 Council street, St. Kilcla), small White French Poodle. Finder please ret tun above address; reward. LOST (Oil 9th). Black-Bearskin Fur. between St. Knda and wharf. Finder reply Mrs Miller. Pcrtobello: reward. lOST. Lady's Fur Necklet at Haywards’ J Pictures. Frid-.y night. Reward by returning to caretaker T OST, Nevada, or Littlobournc. Child’s L/ Brown Wool Coat. Please return Mrs John Meggct, Nevada.
ticulars Hugh Mitchell, Slock Exchange. TENDERS. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF N.Z., LIMITED. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received until iionn of | SATURDAY'. October 31, for the-' fol- , lowing Supplies u> ll.e Company's Steamers at. Dunedin and Port Cha liner; for a lerni of ONE YEAR (except where otherwise stated, from Ist DECEMBER Next : Milk, Butter (Sait end FrcOi) Fish. Bread (Aiternale Tenders for 6 nr 12 mouths). Meat (Alternate 'renders for 5, 6, nr 12 months), Vegetables (Alternate Tenders, 1 or 3 years). Tenders to be on printed forms obtainable at Company',-. Offices, where specifications may be inspected anil full information obtained. All tenders to be addressed to the General Manager, Union S.S. Co., of N.Z., Ltd., and endorser! •'Tender for the Supply of The lowest tender not necessarily accepted. Dunedin, 21st October., 1914. THE DUNEDIN DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE BOARD. CONTRACT No. 689. CONSTRUCTION- OF RETICULATION SEWERS IN AREA No. 1, KAIKORAI VALLEY. npENDERS are invited for the above, reJL tamable up to 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, 3rd November, IDI4. to tho Secretary, Hallenstein's Buildings. Dunedin. Sneii tenders will be subject to the conditions relating to lenders and tenderers deposited in the Board's office, whore forms of tender and schedule of quantities and prices may be obtained and plans, specifications, aani conditions of contract, perused. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A. SLINGER, Drainage Engineer. 23rd October, 1914. mENDERS for the ERECTION of LARGE 1 BRICK RESIDENCE at LOVELL’S FLAT will be received until 2 p.m. of NOVEMBER 13 Plans and specification may bo seen at mv Office. EDMUND ANSCOMBE, Architect, Union Bank Buildings, Dunedin. CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. I> ESI DENTS of the City and Suburbs V; who mav happen to notice that any ELECTRIC STREET LAMP IS NOT BURNING arc respectfully requested to ring up Telephone No. 1,337 (from 8 a.in. to 5 p.m.. Sunday,? excepted). Telephone No, 1,765 (from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m., and all day Sunday), And the matter will receive prompt- attention. R. A. JOHNSTON, Acting Town Clerk. Dunedin, 22ud October, 1914. BOROUGH OF MORNINGTON. DURING Office Hours tho BALANCESHEET of the Borough of Mornington for tho year ended 31st March, 1914, will be OPEN FOR INSPECTION for 31 days. Copies of balance-sheet may be obtained on application. HENRY SYMES, Town Clerk. Mornington, October 16, 1914. BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. RESIDENTS will please take notice that owing to Monday, 26th October, being a 'Holiday (Labor Day), the ASHES will be REMOVED on TUESDAY, 27th October. J. B. DICK Xotbd. Clark.
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