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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
RELIGIOUS. NEKAB ASSEMBLY OF THE PEESVJT BYTERIAN CHUB GH'or NEW ZEALAND. OPENING MEETING On WEDNESDAY, 18th INST., 7.30 p.m., ‘ IN FIRST CHURCH. Divine Service conducted by the MODERATOR, Rev. W. M'AR.V, Kaikoura. Inaugural Address by Rev. A. GRANT (Moderator-elect), Danucvirke. Communion Servico 10 n.m. THURSDAY, 19th hist. N.B. —WILL MINISTERS PLEASE INTIMATE ABOVE ON SUNDAY. OLD COUNCIL CHAMBERS. MORMNGTON (Corner Argylo street and Glen avenue). MR BERNARD FOX (late of Scotland) will D).v.) conduct Special Meetings, as under:—SUNDAY, November 15th, at 6.30 n.ui. Subject; ‘The Resurrection of the Just mid the Unjust.' TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. mid FRIDAY. November 17, 18, 20, at 7.45 p.m., and SUNDAY. November 22, at 6.30 p.m.. Subjects i ‘God’s Purposes in this Age.’ ‘The Millennium, or When will it Begin?’ All heartily invited. UNITARIAN PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY. Club House. Moray place, 7 p.m. (Opposite Public Library). Subject: ‘THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE.’ Her People, Government, Industries, Ideals, Literature, and Music. Special Musical Illustrations. All Meetings Open to the Public. SPIRITUAL Scientist Church, Oddfellows' Hall, Albany street.—Sunday, 7 p.m., Mrs S. E. Morrison (Melbourne). Lecturer on Modem Science. Spirit Messages trom Articles. Last Four Sundays. Silver collection at door. CtHRTSTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, / Trades Hull (opposite First. Church). SUNDAY EVENING, at 7. Subject: ‘Mortals and Immortals.’ \ LBANY STREET School, Pelichot Bay. —.( helpful Service for old mid young every Sunday, at. 6.30 p.m. To-morrow ovenjug our friend and helper Mr Robertson (of Sailors’ Rost) will conduct jdicjimetiuFp mHEOSOPHK’-AL Society. Dowling street. JL —Mr Burn. ' Tho Casting Out <■! Devils,’ 6.30. Music. HBISTADE LPHIA NS meet in Oddfellows’ Hall. Stuart street; morning 11, evening lecture 6.30 ('Christ and War ). All invited: no collection. C~REEX~TsI.AND Gospel Hall.—Sunday, JT .6.30 p.m., Gospel Meeting, Mr E. Wood. HORAE - !!ALL.—Gospel Service. To-mor-row Niclu at 7 o'clock. Preacher. Mr James M'Eariane. Also, on Friday, a Bible Lectm-o at 7.30 p.m. All heartily welcome. MEETINGS, THE SOUTHERN STARR-BOWKETT SOCIETY. IWTOTKE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the J.N EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of iho MEMBERS of tho above Society will be held at the Registered Office of the Society, Dispensary Building, comer of Princes street and Moray place, Dunedin, on FRIDAY, tho 20th day of November, 1914, at 8 o'clock p.m. BUSINESS : 1. To Receive .and Consider the Directors’ Report, and Statements of Accounts. 2. Election of Directors and Auditors. 3. General, At (he Close of tho General Meeting a MEETING OF MEMBERS will bo held to DISPOSE of £2,000 by the following appropriations—viz. : Group No. I—27lst Appropriation of £SOO by Ballot. 272 nd Appropriation of £SOO by Sale. Group No. 2.—63 th Appropriation of £SOO by Sale. 69th Appropriation of £SOO by Ballot. By order of the Board. W. E. ('. REID, Secretary. Dunedin: Di.-pcnsary Building. Comer Princes street and Moray place. UNITED STARR-BOWKETT BUILDINGSOCIETY. WEDNESDAY, 2nd December, 8 p.m.. Society's Office. Stock Exchange Buildings, /y/o THREE GROUPS. Sale No. 1 Ballot, No. 2. Ballot No. 3. Join our New Group (now nearly complete) and take parr. HUGH MITCHELL, Secretary.
HOSPITAL SATURDAY ASSOCIATION'. [ ST. CLAIR. DISTRICT. AMELIA NG of Ladies and Gentlemen willing to ar-si-J will bo hold in the St. Ciair Presbvteriau Hall at. 7.,10 p.m. on TUESDAY.‘IBth Inst. G. C. ISRAEL, .President. K. S. WILSON, Secretary. EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. PROFICIENCY CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS. milK ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS of X CANDIDATES from OAMARU, DAL- | CLUTHA. and LAWRENCE DISTRICTS for Certificate of Proficiency "will Vio held as under;— Country Schools North of Palmerston.— At North School, Camara, on TUESDAY, Ist December, sit. 9 a.in. Halciurha and Surrounding Schools.—At Balclntha. District, High School, on THEeDAY, Ist December, at 9 a m. Lawrence and Surrounding Schools. —At Lawrence District High School, on TUESDAY, Ist December, at 9 a.ui. | Head Teachers presenting Pupils for these | Examinations must forward to the Super- j visor of the Centro by one of the candi- . dates— I pii Triplicate Lists of Candidates on Form I P. 5. i ,bi Lists of the Pupils. Poetry Learned by the S. M. PARK, Secretary. Education Office. Dunedin, 14th November, 1914. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. EXAMINATION FOR CERTIFICATES t)F PROFICIENCY, 1914. Pupils of country and private SCHOOLS who desiro to be EXAM I NED tor CERTIFICATES of PROFICIENCY are advised to attend at MORAY PLACE SCHOOL on TUESDAY. Bth December, at 9 a.m. S. M. PARK,. Secretary. Education Office. Dunedin, 14lh November. 1914. ARCHERFIELD.” 4 HIGH-CLASS BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. CONDUCTED BY MRS NISBET. In Fine Residential Mansion in Healthiest Part of Dunedin (just above Fcnihiil Club;. Mrs Nisbet has secured the service of the. following FULLY-CERTIFICATED TEACHERS for 1915; Senior and Junior .School : Miss GIBBS, M.A. Miss JACOBS, B.A. Miss CHURCH. Kindergarten t Miss FITZGERALD. Visiting Teachers for Music, Drawing, Dancing, Calisthenics, Conversational French, etc. The House Arrangements and Discipline are the especial care of Mrs NISBET. PUPILS MAY NOW BE ENROLLED FOR NEXT YEAR. Limited Number of Vacancies for Boarder*. For Prospectus and all particulars apply Sirs NISBET, Lees street, Dunedin. DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. rrvaß evening star company, ltd., I J. PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS’ i and DRAPERS’ BILLS, CIRCULARS, Bto., I and when so directed hand over tho same to I the ‘ Star' Runners for Distribution with th« 1‘ Star,’ which is Aelirepod at nearly every house in the City and Snbufcit and aIM extensively in ih« Country,
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