RELIGIOUS. £J_ARRISON HAL L. | Mr PHILIP SNOWDEN, Mr PHILIP SNOWDEN, Labor M.P. for Blackburn (England), And Mrs SNOWDEN Mrs SNOWDEN WILL ADDRESS MEETINGS On the Great Essential to Prosperity, NO-LICENSE AND PROHIBITION, SUNDAY, 8 p.m., MONDAY, TUESDAY', WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, At 8 o'clock. rruiE CH RI ST A DELPHIA N S Announce A 2 SPECIAL LECTURES In the Oddfellows’ Hall, Stuart street, on SUNDAY, the Btb. Subject at 3 o’clock, ‘ Tho Sifens of the Times ’; at 6.30, ‘ Christ in tho Earth Again.’ These subjects arc of great interest to Bible Students during tho great strife in Europe. Literature Tree. Seats Free. No Collection. YOU ARK CORDIALLY' INVITED. OLD COUNCIL CHAMBERS, MORNINGTON (Corner Argyle street and Glen avenue). MR BERNARD FOX (late of Scotland) will (d.v.) PREACH THE GOSPEL TO-MORROW EVENING, at 6.30. Y'ou tiro cordially invited to attend. Sankcy’s Hymns. No Collection. UNITARIAN PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY. Club House, Moray place, 7 p.m. (Opposite Public Library). Mr A. V. MAZENGARB. Subject: ‘THE GREAT WAR: SOME REVELATIONS AND COMPENSATIONS.’ Questions and Discttstion. All. Meetings Open to the Public. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, Trades Hall (opposite First Church). SUNDAY' EVENING, at 7. Subject: ‘Adam and Fallen Man.’ GREEN ISLAND Gospel Hall.—Sunday, 6.30, Gospel Meeting. Messrs J. Romcrell and A. Cow. mHEOSOPIIICAL Society,"'Dowling street. A —6.30 p.m., Address, Sirs Norman Martin. Subject; ‘Loyalty.’ ELECTION NOTICES. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JJ E. M O L I. E R, The Selected Liberal Candidate, Will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under; Allankm Public Hall.—TO-NIGHT (Salurday), November 7. At 8 o’clock. CIIA LMERS F, L ECTOR AT E. A MEETING of SUPPORTERS of Mr 11, -‘-A E. MULLER, tho Selected Liberal Candidate, will he held at Committee Rooms, Gordon road, Mosgicl, on MONDAY, 9th November, at 3 p.m. Business: To Form Local Commiilce. CHA LM ERS E I.ECTOR ATE. A MEETING of SUPPORTERS of Mr ,1. M. DICKSON, the Reform Candidate, will bo held as follows; Sawyers Bay, Public Hal!.—TO-NIGHT (Saturday), November 7. Anderson Bay. S.S. HaII.—MONDAY, November 9. , Each Evening at 8 o'clock. Business: To Form a Local Committee. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, the Government. Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under:— HENLEY PUBLIC HALL.—TUESDAY', November 10, at 2 p.m. OTOKLV SCIIOOLHOU.SK.—TUESDAY, November 10, at 8 p.m. ALLANTON PUBLIC HALL.—WEDNESDAY, November 11, at 8 p.m. OTAGO CENTRAL ELECTION. ■"jl/T R W. -V. P. ODK IN, Tho Liberal Candidate, Will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under; MONDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, Schoolroom, Sutton, 6.30 p.m., Public Hull, A. Cordial Invitation Extended to Ladies. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTION. MR G. SI. THOMSON invites those willing to ASSIST in the forthcoming CAMPAIGN to MEET him at GEORGE STREET SCHOOL HALL on MONDAY', 9th inst., at 8 p.m. LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED. GOVERNMENT NOTICES GTE ANAU-MILFORD SOUND TRACK. SEASON 1914-15. IT IS HEREBY NOTIFIED for Public Information that Iho Government Steamer on Luke To Anau will make its FIRST TRIP for tho abovementioued season on the 30th NOVEMBER, and Glade House and the Huts on the Te Annu-Milford Sound Track will bo Reopened for Tourists from the same date. By Order, Office of Public Service- Commissioner, Wellington, 2nd November, 1914. Applications win be received by the undersigned up till noon on tho Ist DECEMBER, 1914, for tho Positions (two) of INSPECTOR, OF MACHINERY, Marine and Inspection of Machinery Department, Wanganui and Napier. Further particulars may be seen in the ‘New Zealand Gazette’ of tho sth instant, or may bo obtained from the Permanent Head, Marine and Inspection of Machinery Department. Salary, £3OO per annum. Professional Division. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary. Office of Public Service Commissioner, Wellington, 28th October, 1914. 4 PPLICATIONS will be received by the undersigned up till noon on the 21st November, 1914, for the POSITIONS (Two) of LINEMEN for the Lake Coleridge-Christ-church High-tension Transmission Line. Further particulars may bo seen in the New Zealand Gazette of sth proximo, or may he obtained on application to the Permanent Head, Public Works Department, Wellington. Salary, £2OB per annum: General Division. A. J. 11. BENGE, Secretary, BY DIRECTION OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER. APPLICATIONS are invited for tho Position of DORMITORY MAID and ASSISTANT LAUNDRESS. Salary commencing at £55 per annum, with board, lodging, and washing. Applications, with references, to bo forwarded to Matron, Special School, Otekaike. i'jAPER for Wrapplng-un For Sale. Apply ~ ‘ Star ’ Office, Bend street.
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