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RELIGIOUS. KHOX CKUROH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.. The Rev. Professor DICKIE. Stuart Hall Mission, Kov. J. C. JAMIESON. 3T. S' ANDREW’.; CHURCH. 11 n.m., Hr R. WATSON. 31.A. 6.30 p.m., Rev. Dr WADDELL. Evening Subject: ‘ls the World Growing Better ?’ (supplementary). Kensington Branch, 6.30 p.m.—3lr WATSON. JORTH-EAST VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. TO-31ORROW (SUNDAY). 10 a.m., 3len’s Association. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.. Church Services. Rev. IV. SPENCE. OPOHO.—II a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Mr M'NEUR. N ROSLYN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, HIGHGATE. DIVINE SERVICE at ll„a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Preacher, the Rev. W. GRAY DIXON, M.A. MUSSELBURGH Presbyterian Church.— 3lorning, ‘ Aglow with Living Experience’; evening, ‘A Memorable Walk.’ Miss N. Denactn will sing ‘Let Us Have Peace.’ Preacher, Rev. R. Scott, Allan. CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Lower York Place. Services, 11 a.m, and 6.50 p.m. Preacher, 3lr L. H. HUNT. ROUTH DUNEDIN Presbyterian Church. —10.30 n.m.. Meeting for Prayer. Divine Services: 11 a.m.. Mr John Reid, IS.A.; 630 p.m., Rev. R. Fail-maid. Morn in oton p res'b vie ria n church. 11 a.m., Rev. W. SCOKGIE. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. JOHN 3IILLER (St. Clair). QAVERSHAM Morning, Preacher, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 11 : Evening. 6.30. Rrv. D. DUTTON. I'M K ST CHURCH.—Rev. Graham H. Balfour, M.A.. H.D., will preach 11 a.m. and 6.30 n.m. Rursvll Street. Branch ; 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. Lawson Robinson. B.A. ST. CLAIR Presbyterian Church.--Rev. John Miller'.- iirst, nmiiver.-arv. 11 n.m., Rev. J. L. Robinson, 8.A.; 6.30 p.m., Rrv. W. Seorgie A LI SAINTS’ CHURCH. TO-MORROW, and 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Preacher, The DEAN Y PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m , Rev. W. SAUNDERS, ST. CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m.. Rev. W. J. ASHFORD. Evening, ’IN THE BALANCE.' Soloist. Mrs T. Jlcredith (‘Lead, Kindlv Light 'I. ■ God Save the King.’ LEITH STREET Congregational Church— Services 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. H. WALLACE. Subject, ‘Russia’s Religion.’
KIN a STREET Congregational Church.— Aloniing, 11, and evening, 6.30. Rev. G. Heighway. Evening, ‘The Vital Requirement.' rjTKINITY METHODIST CHURCH. 11 a.in., Rev. R. S. GRAY. 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. ARTHUR HAY. Evening subject, ‘People that <lo Exploits.’ Anthem, ‘ Aly Soul Truly Waifeth Still Upon God.’ Solo, ‘Man of Sorrow’ (Adams), Miss Edith Payne. Woodhaugh.—6 30 pm., Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD. Methodist central mission OCTAGON HALL. TO-MORROW, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. WALKER. Evening subject, ‘ Lord, to Whom Shall We Go?’ Solo. Heany welcome to all. CAVERS HAM METHODIST CHURCH, Main South road. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. 11 a.m.. Rev. E, DRAKE. 3 p.m., Rev. C. PALLASTON. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. J. T. PINFOLD. B.D. TUESDAY Next.—Anniversary Tea and Concert. Chairntaai, Mr P. Nixon. Address by Rev. E. T. Read. Tickets, Is. DUN DAS STREET Methodist Church.— Morning, 11, Rev. A. I’vbns; evening, 6.30, Rev. A. I’vbus. North-east Valley: 11, Rev. H. Richards; 6.30, Rev. H. Richards. Ravcnsbotirne: 11, Mr CV»ntis«ionjr; 6 30, Air Roberts. KEW Methodist, Circuit, Caversham Sunday School Hall (.Sunday School Anniversary). —11 n.in.. Rev. E. Drake; 3 p.m., Rev. C. Dallaston; 6.30 p.m., Rev. J. T. Pinfold, 7>.D. Fairfield: 11 a.m., Mr C. White. Abbotsford: 11 a.m and 6.50 p.m., Rev. P. Frost. VSTItSLEY CHURCH, Cargill road.—'ll t T a.m. and 6.50 p.m.. Rev. F. T. Read. Evening subject, ‘Why Does Not God Intervene 1 ’ Benevolent: 10 a.m., Mr S. Scott; 6 p.m., Air T. AEGregor. Ti/rORNINGTON Methodist Church.—ll a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. Grccnalade. Evening address to young men and women. Dellcknowes; .11 a.m., Air .1, P. Simon j 6.30 p.m.. Air A. Bruton. TJOSLYN 'Methodist Church.—ll a.m., Rev, -tV J. T. Pinfold; 6.30 p.m.. Rev. E. Drake. Maori Hill: 11 a.m., Air Al. At‘Gregor; 6.50 p.m., Air C. Wilkinson. AN OVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15th. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY SERVICE. Preachers t Morning. 11. Rov. W. A. HAY. Afternoon, 3, Rev. R. S. GUAY iPrize Distribution! Evening, 6.30, Rev. R. S. GRAY (Pastor). Bright Hymns hy the Scholars at all Services. Hymn Sheets provided. Hearty welcome to Parents mid Friends. Sprain I Offerings for the S.S. work. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER IBilt, At 7 p.m. sharp, Anniversary Entertainment will be given by Scholars in School Hall. Splendid Programme. Collection. ■ •pjOSLYN BAPTIST CHURCH, j Preacher: Rev. STANLEY JEN KIN. 11 a.m.. ‘ The Providence of Opportunity.' 7 p.tn., ' Patriotism and Religion.’ CiAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. > 11 and 6.30. Rev. O. DALLASTON. Evening Topic ; ‘ His Brother’s Burden.' Solo, Mr* Munro. M ORNINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH. .Rev. P. OLDBEEVE, U and 6.30. Evening Solo, Air John Leech. TVTOUTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 and 6.50, Rev. JOSEPH CARLISLE. Meeting for Prayer at 6 p.m. SOUTH DUNEDIN Baptist Church, Oxford street.—Morning, ‘ Faith, Knowledge, Comfort ’i evening, ‘ Salvation—tho Only Possible Means by Which It may bo Attained.’ Pastor t Rev. J. Farquharson Jonea, B.D. HURCH of Christ.—Tabernacle, 11 a.m! and 6.30 p.m., Mr Chas. Watt, morning and evening | 2.45 p-m.. Children’s Day, special service. Roslym 11 a.m., P. D. M‘Callum, B-A.. speaker. CHURCH of Christ. —South Dunedin: 11 V>t a.m., Christian Worship; 6.30 pm., Gospel Servioo. Kewt 11 a.m., Christian Worship. All welcome. HURCH OF CHRIST. Filleul street.— Sunday, 11 a.m.. Fellowship Meeting; Afternoon, 2.45, Sunday school; Eveniug. 6.30. Gospel address. All invited. OBNINGTON Church of Christ, Aigyle strict. —11 a.m.. Breaking tho Bread; 2.30 p.m., Bible School and’Claas; 6-30 p.m., , Preaching. All invited. i XTEDANTA Philosophy Meetings. SunV days. 7 p.m., Thursdays. 7.55 p.m. i (Studies, Discussion). Dowling street (oppo site Garrison Hall).
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