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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914
RELIGIOUS. First church.—Rev. j. lawson ROBINSON 8.A., will Preach Morning, at 11, Evening, at 6.30. Russell Street Branch: 6.30 p.m., Mr David M’Xeur. KX O X CHURCH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. A. WYNNE THOMAS. Stuart- Hall,—7 p.m., Rev. J. C. Jamieson. s T. AXDREW’S CHURCH. SERVICES TO-MORROW. 11 a.ra., Mr WATSON, M.A. 6.30 p.m., Rev. Dr WADDELL. Subject: 'ls the World Growing Better?’ Kensington Branch.—6.3o p.m., Mr Watson, M.A. "VT ORTH-EAST VALLEY PEESBY--1 ' TERIAX CHURCH. Rev. HENRY' B. GRAY. 10 a.m.. Men’s Association. 11 a.in. and 6.30 p.m.. Church Services. OPOHO.—II u.m. and 6.30 ALEX. M’XEU'R. p.m., Mr R OSLYX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. HIOHGATE. DIVINE SERVICE at 11 a.in. and 6.30 p.m. Tho Rev. W. GRAY DIXOX, M.A. CAVEBSHAM PRESB YTERIA X CHURCH.—Anniversary -Services Tomorrow. Morning, 11, Rev. Prof. Diokie; Evening, 6.50, Rev. J. Miller. Collections in aid of Church Funds. H/fOR XING TON Presbyterian Church.— iTX Rev. W. SCOHGIE. SERVICES TO-MORROW, at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Musselburgh Presbyf erian itjuriui'# Drive). Church Morning, ’The Gift Without the Giver is Bare’; Evening, 'The Beautiful Gates.’ Miss Violet Barth will sing * Sun of My Soul.’ CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Lwcr York Place. Services. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher; Mr J. C. LOAN. Q<OUTH DUNEDIN Presbyterian Church. LT —10.30 a.m.. Meeting for Prayer; Divine Services, 11 a.m. and 6.50 p.m. Preacher, Rev. R. FAIR-MAID. BT. CEAIU Presbyterian Chu Rev. John Miiler It. —ll a.m., 6.50 p.m.. Rev. D. Sabbath School, 2 50 p.m. , V LL CHURCH. SAINTS' TO-MORROW, and 11 a.m.. 6.50 p.m. Preacher- Rev. C. R. ALLEN. Evening; Tim DEAN. T KINITY METHODIST CHURCH. Re W. ARTHUR HAY. 6.50 p.m.. ‘ We Behold His Glorv.' R>-v. W. ARTHUR HAY. (.ommuuion and Reception of New Members. Evening Anthem. ‘ Roek of Ages Dudley Bneki. Soloi-i, Miss F. Sparrow. Woodhaugh.— 6 50 p m.. Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD. CENTRAL MISSION, OCTAGON HALT,. 1: Subject .in. and 6.30 p.m.. Rev. W. WALKER. • 8ei1,.31 ilie Man.' Solo, Mbs high,. ■acraineni Evening Servici E- i X/WLESLEY CHURCH, ( argil; road.—An v v nivcr-.iiy Sctvict-. 11 a..in.. Rev I). Pi lichen ; 2 43. Plea-am Sunday Afternoon Spfaker. IL-v, R. s. Gray, : 6 50. Rev. E. 1). Palehell. DUX DAS STREET Metliodi-t Church. — 11. Rev. Alien: 6. .30, Rev. A. Pylmisubjeet. 'A K ; ng in a Sulky Fit'; -010, Den-em; young people esoeeially invited). North-easi Valiev U. Mr Ain.-hc; 6.50. Rev. Allen imin). Raveiisboiirne , 11, Mr Shepherd : 0.50. Mr Mit-dirll. KEW Metluidi.it Cireuir. —Sunday School Hull, Main South road, Caversham : 11 and 6.50 p.m.. Rev. E. Drake. Fair--11 a in.. Mr G. Whit tle-none; 7 p.m., F. Fio.-l. Abbot-ford; 1! a.m.. Rev. a.-t: 6.50 p.m., Service. MORNINGTON Mn'-hodist ( hnreh.—ll a.m.. Mr S. F. Benton; 6.30 p.m.. j Rev. W. Greendade. Belh'knowe?; 11 a.m . i Rev. W. Grecnsl.ide: 6.5(1 p.m., Mr (. W. | WilUin.-on. a.m. held : Rev. I F. E; H AN OVER STREET BAPTIST LIIURCH >UNDA V, NOVEMBER Bth Morning, 11; Evening. 6.50. Rev. R. S. GRAY. P.i-l.v, MAORI HI EE; Morning, 11. Mr Romeri!: 1 Mi Powell. M TORNINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev FRANK OLDRIEVK. jI.’.NDAV EVENING. November edit. at 6 su, Memorial Service f.,r the l.aie Hr E. K. Hal!. Mr 11. P. DESMOULINS BAPTIST ( H ITU If H OS7YX | Mini.-i .a : t; v. STANLEY JEN KIN. SERVICES TO-MOKKOW, ’ 11 a.m. and 630 p.ra. : Communion Surviee at (~!o«-' of Morning I Service. A llmi:v Wc|eo no Extended to All. ! Son’ll DUNEDIN Baptist Church.— .Morning, Rev. ' ' ’ Tlio First Disciple* M’LKN.NAN. J.P. D. COX. Topic ; Evening, Mr K. 7VTORTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 and 5.50. Rev. JOSEPH CARLISLE. Meeting for Prayer at 6 p.m. Ct AVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. J 11 and 6.30, i!ey. C. D.U.LASTON. I Evening Topic: ' His Own Burden.' Solo, Miss 3’. Todd. tOSI.VN Methodist. —11 a.m., Mr W. L. Logie; 6.50 p.m., Rev. J. T. Pinfold, I). Maori Hill : 11 a.m.. Rev. J. T. Pind; 6..30 p.m., Mr Median. ITT. CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL S CHURCH SUNDAY .SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. 11 ant.. 3 and 6.30 p.m. Rev. C W. .1. ASHFORD. Evening MaG'-r Sidney Swift will Sing ‘GodT Garden.' The Young People will take part in All Services. Kallv round the Children. , TOKAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL fl. CHURCH. 11 a.m. and 6.50 p.ra., Rev. W. SAUNDERS. Evening Subject; *’l he Nations on the Potter's Wheel.’ LETITH STREET Congregational Church— Sendees 11 and 6.30. Rev. A. H. Wallace. Special retiring collections for Belgian Fund. Miss Ethel Churchill will recite ‘ Tho Cry cf the Broken-hearted ’ KING STREET Congregational Church.— 11, Utv. G. llcighway; 6.30, Rev. G. D. Cox. Subject: ‘ Sonl-wiiiiiiug.' _ UIT Run'of t'lirist--Tabernacle, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Evening subject: ‘ The Crown of Heroism.' P U. M’Callum. B A.. Evangelist Morning and evening. Roslyn; 11 a.m., Worship. HU licit of Christ.—South Dunedin: 11 a.m.. Christian Worship; 6.30 p.m., Gospel Service. Kew: 11 a.m., Christian Worship. HURCH OF CHRIST. Fiiieul street.— Sunday, 11 a.m.. Fellowship Meeting; Afternoon, 2.43. Sunday school; Evening, 6.30. Gospel address. Ail invited. MORNINGTON Church of Christ, Argyle strret.—ll a.ra., Breaking the Bread; 2.30 p.m.. Bible School arid Class; 6.30 p.m., Preaching. AH invited. JAL Scientist Church, Oddfellows’ Albany street.—Sunday, 7 p.m., Morrison (Melbourne), Lecturer on hence. Last Four Sundays. Silver at door. u.vr-L.—Gospel StAvice To-mor-row Night at 7 o’clock. Preacher, Mr s M’Farliine. Also, on Friday, a Bible re at 7.30 p.m. Subject; ‘ The Book » Revelation.’ All heartily welcome. BANY STREET Schoolroom.—To-mor-row Evening tho Christian Endeavorers arth-east Valley will assist us. Give a kindly welcome, if you please. D.
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