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RELICIOUB. ■E/TETHODIST CENTRAL MISSION, 1 " J - OCTAGON HALL. 11 a.m., 'The Continual Firo.' 6.30 p.m.. 'The Call and Response.* Rev. W. WALKER. Solo: Mr J. D. Cameron, 'Consider the Lilies.' fVUNDAS STREET METHODIST SUNLJ DAY SCHOOL. 36th ANNIVERSARY SERVICES WILL BE HELD TO-MORKOW. Morning, 11, Rev. B. DRAKE; Afternoon, 2.45, Rev. H. L. RICHARDS s Evening, 6.30, Rev. W. GREENSLADE. Special singing at each service by_ large school choir, of Mr P. H. Young; also solos, duet, etc. ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT on WEDNESDAY EVENING, at 7.30. Splendid programme of Choruses, Solos, Recitations, DiaTogues. Admission, 6d. 'EW METHODIST CIRCUIT.—Caver- .. sham Sunday School Hall, Main South road; Rcpitition of Anniversary Hymns—ll a.m., Rev. T. A- PYBUS; 6.30 p.m., Rov. E. DRAKE. Fairfield: 11 a.m., Rev. F. FROST; 7p.m., Mr H. A. Eden. Abbotsford: 11 a.m., Mr G. WHITTLESTONE; 6.30 p.m., Rev. F. FROST. ' E. VALLEY Methodist Church.—Mornll« iug, 11, Mr Williams; evening, 6.30, Rev. A. Fybus. Ravensbourne: Morning, Rev. T. Richards; evening, Mr Romeril. WESLEY CHURCH, Cargill road—ll a.m., Rev. A. J. Seamcr; 6.30 p.m., Rev. F. T. Read; Church Parade Rechabites and Good Templars. Benevolent: 10 a.m., Mr W. Fleming: 6_p.m., Mr M. M'Grogor. MORNINGTON Methodist" Church".—ll a.m., Mr J. Raid, 8.A.; 6.30 p.m., I Rev. H. L. Richards. Belleknowes: 11 a.m., rev. \V. Grcenslade; 6.30 p.m., Mr F. B. Fos. 'ANOVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH I SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22. Morning, 11, Rov. W. SHIRER. I Eveniug, 6.30. Rev. F. RULE. I Maori Hill: Morning, 11, evening, 6.30, Mr PARRY. TEMPERANCE SUNDAY. Rev. STANLEY JENKIN Will Preach Both Morning and Evening. TORTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST * CHURCH. . 11 and 6,30, Eev. JOSEPH CARUSLE. Meeting for Trayer at 6 p.m. XWERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. I —Morning, Mr F. A. Parry; evening, i 6.50, Rev, C. Dallaston. Evening topic: ' The Burden Bearer ' Solo, Mr H. E. Clark. kfORMNGTON BAPTIST CHURCH. J.UL Morning, Rev. CHAS. DALLASTON. Evening, Rev. JAS. MACKAY, of Wanganui. Solo: Miss A Inglis. OUTH DUNEDTN Baptist Church, OxKJ ford street. —Services al. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m Pastor, Rev. J. FARQUHARSON JONES, B.D. "ORNINGTON Cliurch of Christ, Argyle —. street. —11 a.m., Breaking the Bread; I 2.30 p.m., Bible School and Class; 6.30 p.m., Preachingl All invited. CHURCH of Christ.—Tabernacle, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Mr Chas. Watt, morning ar.d evening; subject, "Did Greatest Power in tlie World!' Roslyn: 11 a.m., Worship, V I). M'Calliuu, B.A. CHURCH OF CHRIST, Filleul streetSunday, 11 a.m., Fellowship Meeting; j Afternoon, 2.45, Sunday school; Evening, 5.30, Gospel address. All invited. HlTßCll^rCl^istT-^SoutirhunedrnT - !! a.m.. Christian Worship: 6.30 p.m., Gospel Service, Mr T. J. Melville, 'Life.' Kcw: 11 a.m., Chri aitsnohrWis MESSAGES FOR THE TIMES. to the SPECIAL MISSION in GosJ pel Hull. South Dunedin,. and he:ir FORBES MACLEOD, the Scottish Evangelist, win> has Vital Messages for Llicso stirring ii ncs, SUNDAY at 6.30 p.m.. TUESDAY and THURSDAY at. 7.30 i>.ra. OLD COUNCIL CHAMBERS, MORXINGTON (Corner Argvle street and Glen avenue). "ITR BERNARD FOX (lato of Scotland) JLTJ. will m.v.) conduct Special Meetings, as under:—SUNDAY, Nov. 22, at 6.30 p.m.; subject, 'The Millennium—When Will It Begin:-' TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, November 2*l, 25, and 27, at 7.45 p.m. AI! heartily welcome. No collection. TNITARIAN PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY. Club House. Moray phec, 7 p.m. (Opposite Public Library). Subject: *A SOCIALISTS VIEWS ON THE WAR,' Questions and Di;-cussion. FREE LECTURE. |IHE CHRISTADELPHIANS, Oddfellows' L Hall, Stuart street, will deliver a LECTURE i.n SUNDAY, 6.30. Subject.; ' Prophecy and Dates which Indicate Christ's Return to Earth as Very Near.' Wo invite you to hear the evidences for our belief, so that you may judge if it is founded on credulity or incontrovertible fact*. Questions. . •Scats Frea. No Collection. (CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, J Trades Hall (opposite First Church). SUNDAY EVENING, at 7. Subject* ' Soui and Body.' tPIRITUAL Scientist*,' Church, Oddfellows' kJ Hall, Albany street. —Sunday, 7 p.m., Mrs S. E. Morrison (Melbourne), Lecturer on Modern Science. Spirit Messages from Articles. Last Two Sundays. Silver colleotion at door. t OSLYN.—Morning, Rev. J. T. Pinfold, L' M.A.; evening, Mr Hughes. Maori ,„,..: Morning, Mr Comissiong; evening, Rev. J. T. Pinfold; subject: 'Lord Roberts.' All invited. rHEOSOPHICAL Society, Dowlmg street. —Address, ' Notes of Interrogation,' Dr 15. E. do Lautour, 6.30. Music A LBANY STREET School.—Service every .cV Sunday, 6.30 to 7.30 p.m. _ To-morrow Mr Buxton will address our meeting, and we shall welcome vou if youi can attend. D. YVrifrht. I REEX ISLAND Gospel Hall.—Sunday, and D. Lovo. CHORAL HALL.—Gospel Service Tomorrow Night at 7 o'clock. Preacher, Mr James M'Fnrlane. Also, on Friday, a Bible Lecture at 7.30 p.m. All heartily welcome. EDUCATIONAL. PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FOR . YOUNG LADIES, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. LADY PRINCIPAL. Salary to commence, £350 per annum, with Boar<J and ResidenceApplications are invited for the abovenamed Position from Graduates in Arts or Science of a British or Colonial University. Candidates must have had not less than 5 yeais' experience in teaching and not less than 3 years' teaching in a secondary school for young ladies, must not exceed 40 years of ase, and must be members in full communion with the Presbyterian Church. The successful applicant will be required to produce a medical certificate of health, and will be expected to begin duty on FEBRUARY Ist, 1915, or as soon thereafter as possible. Applications, with accompanying testimonials, will.be received up to DECEMBER 31st, 1914, by JAMES ROBERTSON, 22 Union Buildings, Customs street, Auckland, N.Z. |"N order to have the 'Star' out in good .» time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that come in after noon. After this hour they cannot be classified. We would therefore request Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in their Prder» Early,
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