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ELECTION NOTICES. Q.ARRISON HALL. DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION. DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION, DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION, DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, At 8 p.m. Tho United Temperance Reform Council invites fill CANDIDATES for the City Electorates to oome and state their views on tho Majority Question, No-license, and National Prohibition. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. TtT R T. H. DALTON Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS OP ST. CLAIR At PRESBYTERIAN HALL on MONDAY Next, November 30th, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. Labor r all y, BARRON HALL (near Gardens), NORTH-EAST VALLEY, at 8 p.m. TUESDAY, December 1. Speakers: Hon. .T. T. PAUL, M.L.C., and the Selected Labor Candidate, Mr ANDREW WALKER. NOTICE OF LICENSING POLL AND NATIONAL PROHIBITION POLL. AND OP THE TIME AND PLACE FOR SELECTION OF FIT PERSONS TO APPOINT SCRUTINEERS THEREFOR. XN PURSUANCE of the Licensing Act, 3908. and the Amendments (hereto. I, Robert Mercer, Returning Offiee.r for the Dunedin South Licehsing District, do hereby give noricc Hint on tiro 10th day of DECEMBER. 1914, the day appointed for faking the Electoral Poll for the Electoral District of DUNEDIN SOUTH, simultaneously therewith a LICENSING POLL will be taken upon the following Proposals: T Vote for Continuance. I Vote lor No-liccnsc. And, concurrently with the taking of the st'd Licensing Poll, (here will be submitted for the determination of the Electors of the said T ieepdnsr DBhiet the oneßion whether NATIONAL PROHIBITION shall come into force throughout New Zealand. Tlio onrstion will bo submitted in the following form : T Vote for National Continuance. 1 Vote for National Prohibition. NOMINATIONS of Persons to Appoint Scrutineers, in accordance with the Licensing Act, 1903. and the Amendments thereto, mu.l be lodged with me not later than 3 o'ciock in ihe afternoon of the 4th day of DECFA'HI'R. 1914. and I hcrobv give notice that I shall, on the 7th dav of DECEMBER, 1914. at Ih? hour of 12 o'clock noon, at my Office, 53 King Edward street. Dunedin Smith, publicly" consider all Nomination Patters of Persons to Apno’nt Scrutineers which have been duly lodged in respect of the Licensing Poll for th" said Licensing Distri-t and m respect of i lie National Prohibition Poll. Dated at Dunedin South this 27th day of November. 1914. ROBERT MERCER. Returning Officer. RELIGIOUS, First church.—Rev. Dr gibb will preach Morning and Evening. R-sseit. B‘rrt B“■ne' , .--6 .'0 p.m. Rf v. .1. LAWSON ROBINSON. 15.A. s. NON CHITICH.—II a.m. and 6.30 p.m., (p'v. H. AV. BURRI DOE, M.A., BD. Paul's. Invercargill). Stuart Hall MisAt 7 p.m , Rev. G. T. BROWN. M.A. £ST, ANDREW’S CHURCH. 11 a.m . Rrv R. S. WATSON, 51.A. 6.30 p.m , TPv. Dr WADDELL. ■Evening snhiret ■ ‘ Same: at Noon.' Memorial Service for tilt' late Dr Ernest, Webb. r•> ' • ■ Service.—6.3o, Rev. R. S. WATSON, M.A. X ORTH-EAST VALTFV PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 10 a.m.. Men's Association. 11 a.m., Rev. HENRY B. CRAY. 6.30. Air rl. BLAIR tSabhaO, t-'clu 1 Extension Agent). o Polio. 1> a- D. S. HEATH; 6.30 p.m . Mr A APNEt'R. C" AUIER S C H U sunviors ro-yronrow. 11 a.m. and 6..30 p.m. R C H. TntOSLYN PRESBA’TFRLAN CHURCH, Hk HIGHGATF.. il a.m.. the Rev THOMAS MILT F p . M.A. (of Bangiorn); 6.30 um.. the Rev. W. GRAY DIXON, M.A. MORNTNGTOX PR F? RATER I A N I lILIU 71,- P v AV SCORGIE. 11 am.. ‘The Pe-maneT Amid the Pacing’; 6.30 p.m. ‘A Patriot's Appeal (ei His Couttt ry,’ QT. CLAIR Presbyterian Church.—ll a.m. Ir •■■■,> >: ’it ui pr pa. ratory Service. W« 4nr‘,l:*v. Dec iu , 'cr 2nd Preacher. Rev. •T. H. E'etnitig. B.D. ’USSELBURGH P, c-l/vrerian Dr r.f the Euli Iln Haiti Visited V Allan. i veiling Prr.iehe ■ Tlte Rev. Cltureh e i’o >1 rv Daybreak n. Scott c AA’ERSH AM Moi-ning, Preacher, PRESBYTERIAN cnTTRfTT. 11: E--eii'ti6 30. Rev. D. DUTTON. CJOTTTIT DUNEDIN Presbyterian Church.--O it), to a ■>,.. Ah-ting for Prayer; 11 a in.. Rev. R. Fairmaid and Air R. Blair four {5 S. Fvcnm-.ii Agent): 630 p.m., R'>v. R. Fairmaid. ‘ So.no Ler-'otn from tho Late Earl Eobertr’s T.ife.* i LL SAINTS' CHURCH J\ TO-MORPOAV. \ DAT NT s:|-v 11 \ v 8 and 1 1 a .iv. 6.,30 p.m. Prcieiicr. THE DEAN. CJ dOTIN'S CHURCH. ROSLYN. ADVENT SUNDAY. floiv • ommunien, 6.30 a.in. and 8 a m. Matins and Holv Communion, 11 a.m. Children's Service. 3 p.m. Evensong, 6.30 p.m. Rev. W. A. R. FITCHETT, M.A. ST. CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH TO-MORROW U a.m.. • The Silver Lining.’ G..30 pm.. ‘THE CALL TO SERVE.' Rev. AV. J. ASHFORD. ■\Y PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. SAUNDERS. I STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. S'e-vu-c-., 11 a.m.. 650 p.m. Rev. A. n. WALLACE. STREET Congregational Church.— truing, 11. Rev.' G. Hcighway; even- , Rev. .1. T. Pinfold. B.D. _ iTY METHODIST CHURCH. Il a.m.. ‘ Fatherhood.’ The Powers of tho AVorid to Como.’ Hrv. AV. ARTHUR HAY. ■ But. tint Lord is Mindful of His |S!. Pan!). Solo. ’lt Is Enough’ Elijah’). Mr AA’. G. Gcmmell. t” A UGH.—6.3O p m-, Rev. T. W. [ODIST CENTRAL MISSION, OCTAGON HALL. 11 a.m., Rev. AA’. AVAXdvETt. 6.30 p.m.. Special No-license and Prohibition Address by Mrs DON. Next Sunday.—Rev. PERCY KNIGHT, B.A. (Christchurch). DUNDAS STREET Methodist Church.— 11, Rev. H. Richards: 6.30, Rev. A. Pybus. ‘ Tho Spiritual Intoiprciations of tho War.' Solo, Miss Mitchell, L.A.B. Northeast A’alloy: IX, Mr G. Manson; 6.30, Rev. Richards. Ravenabournc: 11, Rev. Pybus; 6.50, Mr R- M'Grrgor,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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