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RELIGIOUS. FIRST CHURCH —Rev. G. H. Balfour, M.A,, 8.D., will preach 11 a.in. (special service for old- people) and 6.30 p.m. Russell Street Branch: 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. L. Robinson, B.A. K N O X CHURCH. 11 a.m., Rev. A. WYNNE THOMAS. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. W. SAUNDERS. STUART HALL MISSION, at 7 p.m. Rev. J. C. JAMIESON. The Rev. Mr Thomas's Lecture on Rusk!a to Fellowship will take place on 9th November. IVT ORTH-EAST VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Rev. HENRY B. GRAY. ID a.m.. Men's Association. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.. Church Services. Opoho.—ll a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Mr W. M'NEUR. ROSLVN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HIGHGATE. XI a.m. and 6.50 p.m. Tire Rev. W. GRAY DIXON, M.A. Loyal Orange. Church Parade at Evening Service. (JCT. ANDREW'S CHURCH.—Divine rices, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. Dr Waddell. Kensington Branch; Services 6.30 p.m., Mr Watson, M.A. CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Lower Y'ork Plo.ce. Morning and Evening, Mr Leonard H. Hunt. MUSSELBURGH Presbyterian Church iQureu’s Drive). Morning, Rev. R. SCOTT ALLAN. Evening, Rev. ANDREW CAMERON. B.A. OKNINGTO.N Presbyterian Church.— Rev. W. SCORE lE. 11 a.m., ‘The Plank and the City.’ 6.30 p.m., ‘Christ the Power of God and the Salvation.’ M n p.m. vatic QAVEUSHAM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Morning. 11; Evening, 6.30. Preacher: Rev. D. DUTTON. DUNEDIN Presbyterian Church. —10.30 a.m., Meeting for Prayer; Divine Services, 11 a.m. and 6.50 p.m. Preacher, Rev. R. Fairmaid. Sale of Work opens Wednesday next, 2.45 p.m. CLAIR Presbyterian Church.—l). a.m. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. John Miller. Services in newh-renovated church. Sabbath School, 2.30. VI, L SAINTS' CHURCH. FESTIVAL OF ALL SAINTS. 7.30 (Choral Communion), 11 a.m.. 6.30 p.m. Morning Preacher; THE DEAN. Evening Preacher: Rev. W. H. ROBERTS. J-JANOVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY. NOVEMBER Ist. Morning, 11: Evening. 6.30. R.EV. U. S. GRAY, Pastor. MAORI HILL. Morning, .11; Evening. 6.30. Mr PARRY. c IAYERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. A N N IV E USA R Y SEK VI C ES. Morning, 11, Rev. F. T. READ. Evening, 6.30. Professor HEWIXSt’N. Special Anthems by Choir. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd. TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. Tea, 6.30; Public Meeting, 7,45. Addresses Music. Tickets, One. Shilling. ROSLYN BAPTIST CHURCH. SERVICES TO-MORROW, i li a.m. and 6.30 p.rn. Preacher, Mr JOHN REID, B.A. i The evening service will be a Memorial to the late Mr Charles Heath. I A WELCOME SOCUL to the Rev. ami i Mrs Statiky Jeukiu will be held on WBD- [ NKSDAV Next at 6.30. Speches, Music, ! Refreshments. Tickets, Is. N JUKTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 a.m.. Rev. T. A. PYBUS. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. JOSEPH CARLISLE. OOL'TH DUNEDIN Baptist Church k3 Morning: Children’s Service, ‘Wisdom's Call'; evening, ‘A Universal Tes;.inionv.' Pastor, Rev. J. Farquharson Junes, B.IT M GRAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. AN NIVERSAR Y SEB VICES. 11 a.m., Pi-ofe-v-or DICKIE. Anthem, 'Great is the Lord' iSleane). 6.30 Rev. A. WYNNE THOMAS. Anthems, ‘Sing and Rejoice’ (Hamby). ' Kyrie ' (Mtzait), ‘Halleluiah Chorus' ■ Handel). ANNUAL TEA and PUBLIC MEETING i on WEDNESDAY, November 4. .Special j Ad-vlrcsse-R. Musical Programme. s At’, CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL 1 CHURCH Rm. W. J. ASHFORD. Morning; Holy Communion. Services, 11 a.m. and G. 30 p.m. Evening, ‘ Tho Kingdom That Cannot. Be Shaken.’ ILTTH STREET CONGREGATIONAL J CHURCH Services, 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Communion, 12 noon. Rev. A. H. WALLACE, Pastor. KING STREET Congregational Church.— . Morning, 11, and Evening, 6.50, Rcr. G. Heighway. Prayer Alerting at 6. T K UNITY METHODIST CHURCH 11 and 6.30. Rev. W. ARTHUR HAY. ' Belgians on the Altar of Sacrifice.' Anthems; ‘To Thee, Great Lord’ (soloist, Mr W. G. Gcmmcli). ‘ I am Alpha and Omega ' (solo, Miss Nellie Kay). Soles: ‘Let Us Have Peace’ (Miss Nellie Dense.m), ‘Though Faithless Men Furiously Raging’ (Air H. Bryant). Retiring Collodions in aid of Belgian Relief Fund. Woodhaugh —6 30 p in., Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD. M ET HON. JET HOD I ST CENT RA L At I: OCTAGON HALL. 11 a.m., Rev. W, WALKER. 6.30 p.m. (Dunedin Boy Scouts' Parade), Rev. W. WALKER. ‘The Christian Warrior.' Solo. Master Sydney Swift, 'ALE OF WORK, Trinity- Schoolroom, Next. THURSDAY and FRIDAY. D LINDAS STREET Methodist Church.— 11, Rev. Richards; 6.30, Rev. A. Pybns. North-east Valley.—ll, Air Alun.ro; 6.30, Rev. Seamer. Raveusbourne.—Church Anniversary: 11, Rev. Carlisle; Afternoon, 3, Rev. ..Richards; 6.30, Air Aslin. Y CH U R CH, Cargill road.—ll Vi . a.m., Rev. C. Dailaslou; 6.30 p.m , Rev. F. T. Read. Communion Service at close. Benevolent. —10 a.m., Air W. J. Thomas; 6 p.m., Air A. T. APludoe. OSLYN METHODLST.—II a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. T. Pinfold, B.D. Evening subject: ’A Christian Citizen.’ Solos by Aliss Wakelyu and Air Paterson. Maori HiK.—Morning, Air Moffatt; evening, Mr Comissiong. KEW Methodist Circuit. —Sunday School Hall, Alain South road, Cavorgham: 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. B. Drake. Fairfield; 11 a.m., Rev. F. Frost. Abbotsford; 11 a.m., Air J. B. Ffrest; 6.30 p.m., Rev F. Frost. MORNINGTON Alethodist Circuit.—Moruingten: 11 a.m.. Rev. W. Greenslade; 6.30 p.m., Rev. \V. Greenslade. Balle.knowes; 11, Mr J. W. Blackwood; 6.30, Mr C. White. GREEN ISLAND Gospei Hall.—Sunday, 6.30, Gospel Meeting. Air Frank Martin and Air W. AlTvor. A LEANT STREET School (Pelichet Bay). J\. —io-morrow evening our friend and helper Mr George Manson will favor us with an address. Can yon comeP D. Wright /THRISTADELPHI.ANB. Stuart Street VJ tLiu, Lecture on Sunday, 6.30. All thinkers invited. Seats free. No collection. CHORAL HALL.—Gospel Service To-mor row Night at 7 o’clock. Preacher, Mr James M'Farlane. Also, on Friday, a Bible Lecture at 7.30 p.m. All heartily welcome. XTEDANTA Philosophy Meetings. SunV days, 7 p.m., Thursdays, 7.55 p.m(Studies, Discussion). Dowling street (oppo site Garmon Halil
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