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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 27th. NOVEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. LARGE STOCK of 300 PAIRS BOOTS AND SHOES. ALEX. HARRIS AND CO. J\. will sell, us above, 300 pair Men's, Women's, Children's BOOTS and -SHOES. Without reserve TUESDAY, let DECEMBER, -At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, 221 Princes street. CHOICE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, I In the Heart of the City, fronting YORK PLACE. 1. Corner Elm row and Arthur street (No. 33),. area 15.9 poles, Corporation leaso, 20 yeare to run; ground rent, £ll 14s a year; with an attractive 'Residence (nearly new) of 4 large rooms, gas, drainage, and all modern conveniences. 2. Substantial Dwelling, 8 rooms, plastered, electric light, drainage, etc; area, about 25 poles; Corporation leaso, 20 years to run; ground rent, £l6 a year; with frontages to York place (N0.240) and Arthur street. These Properties aro exceptionally well situated in a good locality, sunny, close to Technical and High Schools, Roslyn tram line, and only five -minutes' walk from centre of the City. Also, THREE SUMMER RESIDENCE SITES At Macandrew's Bay. About £-acre each; close Wharf and Main road; grand view; and suitable subdivision. A LEX. . i-a. aro ins instructed to soil by auction, as RELICIOUS. lIRSTC H U R C H. L' Morning, at 11, Rev. J. PATTERSON, M.A. (St. Paul's Chrtstchureh). Evening, at 6.30, Kev. Dr GIBB. "• Russell Street Branch—6.3o p.m., Rev. R. M'CULLY, HA. JRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OP NEW ZEALAND. BIBLE CLASS RALLY, FIRST CHURCH, SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 3 o'clock. ADDRESSES by Kev. R. M. RYBURN, M.A., and Mr F. B. BARTON, B.A. . (Travelling Secretary). KNOX CHURC-H. 11 a.m., Rev. Dr GIBB (Wellington*. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. JOHN PATTERSON tChristchurcta). Special Collection for Repairs to Church Buildings. STUART HALL MISSION, at 7 p.m.— Rev. S. W. SHAW, M.A. (luvcrcargilll. J rpHE KAIKORAI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services To-morrow. Morning, 11. Rev. J. KENNEDY ELLIOTT, B.A. Evening, 6.30, Professor DUNLOP, Ph.D. T. ANDREWS CHURCH. ~-) 11 a.m.. R«v. WALTER EVANS. 6.30 p.m., Rev. IVO BERTRAM, M.A. KENSINGTON BRANCH.—Service. 6.30 p.m.. Mr R. S. WATSON, M.A. lOUTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN ) CHURCH. 10.30 a.m.. Meeting for Prayer. 11 a.m., Rev. J. A. ASHER. B.A. (Napier). 6.30 p.m., Rev. TIIOS. MILLER, M.A. fßangiora). 2 p.m., Combined Bible Class Rally. Address, J. G. W. AITKEN, Kuri., M.L.C. TORTH-EAST VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ASSEMBLY SUNDAY. SPECIAL SERVICES. 10 a.m., Men's Assoc'atinn. 11 a.m., Rev. D. M'IVOR. 6.30 p.m., Rev. R. 11. CATIIERWOOD. OPOHO.—II a.m.. Rev. G. HERCUS; 6.30 p.m., Mr M'NEUR. > OSLYN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. it HIGHGATE. 11 a.m.. The Rev. IVO E. BERTRAM, M.A.. of Auckland; 6.30 p.m.. The Rev. W. SHIRER, of Wellington, senior chaplain of the Church. 11 a.m.. Rrv. GEORGE LINDSAY. 6.30 p.m.. Rev. W. R. CAMPBELL. /TIAVERSHAM PRESBYTERIAN ) CHURCH. To-morrow, ar 11 a.m.. Rev. MORGAN RICHARDS; Evening, Rev. J. R. FLEMING, B.D. (Scit.lai.cl!. TORNINGTON PRESBYTERIAN _.J. CHURCH. Morning, 11. the Rev. F. 11. JEFFREYS, Superintendent of the Auckland P.S.S.A.; Evening, 6.30, Rev. W. T. TOD, Rakaia. MUSSELBURGH Prcsbvierinn Church.— Morning, Rev. R. ERWIN, M.A., D.D. (Christchurch); Evening, Mr R. BLAIR (Sunday School Extension Agent), WEST HARBOR Presbyterian Ravensbounie: 11, Mr Tipler; 6.30, Rev. J. Maelnnes, M.A. St. Leonards: 11, Rev. J. Maelnnes, M.A.; 6.30, Mr Tipler. CHALMERS CHUR CH. ►Service? To-morrow. 11 a.m.. Rev. W. R. HUTCHISON. I 6.30 p.m., Rev. JOHN M'GREGOR. ST. CLAIR Presbyterian Church.—ll a.m., Rev. R. L. Walker, M.A.; 6.30 p.m., Rev. D. Hird. B.A. (OxonJ. M.A. (Edin.). LL SAINTS' CHURCH. 8 and 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Morning Preacher: Tho DEAN. Evening Preacher: Rev. Canon DOORLY. | O/jiLfirmution Service, 3 p.m., i The PRIMATE. CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL I K -' CHURCH. 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. J. ASHFORD. "OR AY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ! 11 a.m., Rov. JAMES AITKEN, M.A. 6.30 p.m., Professor DICKIE. ' EITH STREET Congregational Church.— Services 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. [ H. Wallace, pastor. 'ING STREET Congregational Church.— Morning, 11, and evening, 6.30, Rev. IG. Heighway. Evening : ' Public Spirit..' ONSTER AFTER - CHURCH NOl. LICENSE RALLY. Arranged by the Tomperance Committee of the Presbyterian General Assembly. GARRISON HALL, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, at 8 p.m. Speakers : Revs. H. CLARK, W. SHIRER, JOHN PATTERSON. J. W. SHAW, and A. MILLER. Chair will bo occupied by the Moderator (Rer. A. Grant). NORTH-EAST VALLEY TOWN HALL, At 8 p.m. Speakers : Revs. JEFFREYS, DOULL, AND CATHERWOOD (Visitors to Presbyterian General Assembly). Collection at All Meetings for Campaign Fund 3. An OPEN-AIR MEETING will be held in the OCTAGON at 8 p.m. Speakers: Revs. Rxile and Miller, and Other Members of Presbytery. IRINITY METHODIST CHURCH. 11 a.m., 'The Valley of Baca." 6.30 p.m., ' The Impotent Man.' , Rev. W. ARTHUR HAY. | Anthrfm: 'O Gladsome- Light,' from 'The Golden Legend' (Sullivan). Woodhaugh.-6 30 p m., Rev. T. W. NEWBOLD,
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