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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914
RELIGIOUS. MORNINGTON Methodist Church.—ll a.m. nnd 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. Grecnslade. Belleknowes: 11 a.m., Mr C. A. Smith: 6.30 p.m., Mr W. J. Thomas. KEW Methodist Circuit.—Caveisham Sunday School Hall: 11 n.m. and 6.30 p.m.. Rev. 15. Drake. Fairfield t 11 a.m., Rev. F. Frost. Abbotsford •. 11 a m., Mr W. G. Slade (student); 6.30 p.m.. Rev. F. Frosty TJOSLYN.— Monting, - Rev. J. T. Pinfold, JL\j M.A.; evening, Rev. G. Hoighway. Maori Hill: Morning, Mr Bruton; evening, Mr P. Williams. All invited. VV a.m.. Rev. F. T. Bead; 6.30 p.m.. Rev. F. T. Rgad. ‘The Unchanging Christ.’ Solo, Ml's Sparrow Benevolent: 10 a.m., Mr MolTaft; 6 p.m., Mr Fox. J.JANO FER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29th. Morning, 11, Evening, 6.30, REV. K. S. GRAY. PASTOR. Maori Hill: Morning, 11, evening, 6.30, Mr PARRY. BAPTIST CHURCH. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. PREACHER: REV. STANLEY JENKIN. Services at. 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 6.30 p.m. Special Singing by tho Scholars, assisted by the Choir. TKTORTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST Vi CHURCH. 11 and 6.30, Rev. JOSEPH CARLISLE. Meeting for Prayer at 6 p.m. i/rORNINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH. rJL Morning, Mr John Reid. Evening, Mr K. M’Lellan. Solo, Mr J. Paterson. SOUTH DUNEDIN BAPTIST GHITROH. —Morning, ’ Some Characteristics of Christ's Sheep.’ Evening, 4 Barabba/;.’ Pastor, Rev. J. Farquhnrson Jones, B.D. CtAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. ) 11 nnd 6.30, Rev. C. DALLASTON. Evening topic, ‘ But We See Jesus.’ Duet, Mr John Lcaeh and Mr H. P. Desmoulins. Church of christ, n.e. valley. TEMPERANCE SUNDAY. Under Iho auspices of the W.C.T.U. and Ancient Order of Reehabitcs. C.30, Temperance. Sermon; preacher, Mr Thco. Arnold. Subject, ‘ Slime Pits, Anvcint and Modern.' Sankcy’s Hymns. Collection in aid of the Fighting Fund. Hearty welcome. CHURCH of Christ.—Tabernacle. 11 a.m. and 6.50 p.m. Evening subject: ’.Testis, the. Carpenter.’ P. D. M’Cullum, B A., Evangelist, morning and evening. Roslyn ; 11 a.m.. Worship. Mr Charles Wait, speaker. iTi HU RCH ~0 F _ CH RI ST ~Fi 11 cul street.— V* Sunday, 11 a.m.. Fellowship Meeting; Afternoon, 2.45, Sunday school; Evening, 6.30, Mr Chas. Watt (Auckland). Subject, ‘Restoring a Lost Image.’ CHURCH of Christ. —South Dunedin; 11 a.m., Christian Worship: 6.30 p.m., Co pe! Service. Mr L. Irvine. Kew: 11 a.m.. Christian Worship. MORNINGTON Church of Christ, Argylc street. —11 a.m.. Breaking tho Bread; 2.30 p.m., liib'o School and Class; 6.30 p.m., Preaching. All invited. A MESSAGE OF PEACE IN TIME OF WAR! THE SCOTTISH EVANGELIST, FORBES MACLEOD, will continue the SPECIAL MISSION In Gospel Hall. King Edward street. South Dunedin, on the following date*: Sunday, November 29, 6.30 p.m. Tito.-day, December 1, 7.45 p.m. Wetlnc day. December 2, 7.45 p.m. Thin , day December 3. 7.45 p.m. Sunday, December 6, 6.50 p.m. WE WANT YOU TO COME! Sankry’s Hymns. No Collection. TOWN HALL, NORTH-EAST VALLEY. A FTER-CMURi'H R ILLY. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 29, ai P. n.m. Sp-'.-.lmr: J. LAWSON ROBINSON of First Chirrh. (’ r>! 1 i i ;. 11 for Campaign Fund*. CORO NATION HALL. MAORI HILL. A SERVICE in Mnrorv of ihe late F.irl -N *- Rob ri : will ho held To-morrow at 7.45 p.m. 'lb '■Cmi 11;!; 11 :;i J!;,)-,,! «-i!I loo! iho ITe.-dv I oi-i-m ( iinrihi Choir in appiropria; mii.d-e. iiirt. Aildivm on ‘Lord Rohm-.' Rev. H. 11. BARTON. Mr S. A. I’AR.RY i Baptist) and Rev. T. MILLER ißangiova) will al-o take part. COUNCIL OF CTHiIS'I IA \ CHURCHES. WAR INTERCESSORY SERVICE. V SPECIAL UNITED DEVOTIONAL MEETING will !;e held in the Motay I’iarr ( mgregatioml C'hurrh NEXT FRIDAY EVENING. December J. at 7.50. Rev. E. DRA KK PreMdeiU) in the ehnir. Rev. Dr WADDELL will give the Addrr-s. COLLECTION ECU BELGIAN RELIEF FOND. o)!0. IIEIGHWAY. Secretary Lcmtarian progressive society. - Cttit ITou;-\ Moray plane, 7 p.m. (Oppodie Public Library). Air J. H F. HAMEL.' Subject ; ‘Dors the D'.vinu Power Take Side*, or Is There a God of Balile-N Qne-tions ami DLcus-ion. All Meetings Open In the. Public. SPIRITUAL Scientists’ Church, Oddfellows’ llali, Albany j.ireel.--.S:iinlay. 7 p.m.. .Mi,-. S. E. Morrison (Melbourne), Lecturer “i; Mndci n Scit nee. Spirit Messages l tom Artirle*. East. Sunday. Silvia- voi'.cvt ion al door. 4 LISANV STREET S«U(«IL.—To-m«>rr.w Ns evening Mr Wright, and Mr Martin will conduct On set vice, a .id a gifted young friend will ping for ns. Von will always be nude welcome. r BnEOSOITIICU,~ Sorieiy. Dowling street. A - \ ■ ''l lie Inuir>rta.ity of Ti.ought.’ at 6..30, Mr T. Scollay. Mu.dsv. ft!) R IST lAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. Timi'-n Hall topp'i iie First Church). — Sunday Evening, at. V. Subject.: ’ Ancient .uni Mortem Nceroiiianey. alias Mesmerism and Hypnoti nt. Denounced.’ TTEDANTA Philosophy "Meetings. SunV day.-. 7 n.m., Thursdays, 7.55 p.m. (Studies,' Dhcussion'i. Dowling street (oppo site Garrison Hall). _ CHORAL HALL.—Gospel" Service To-mor-row Night at 7 o'clock. Preacher. Mr James M’Earlane. Also, on Friday, a Bible Lecture at, 7,50 p.m. All heartily welcome AM Illil ST AD EL PHI AN S. Stuart Sheet V_7 Hall: 1.e.-turc 'it Sunday, 6.30. All thinkers invited Scats f;oe. _No collection, CM KEEN ISLAND Gospel Hall.—Sunday, y. 6.,30 p.m., Gospel Meeting, Mr Dobson. BOARD AMD REStUENCB. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street, Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Sociali and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. G" t LAO STONE HOUSE, Moray place X Cpltone 2.180). —Be-t Accommodation visitors'; personal supervision. Moss and MThcrscn. ANTED, a few Gentlemen Hoarders; comfortable home; with or without board. 648 Cumberland street. _ Y‘ ACANCY for 2 Working Men Boarders; sott washing, mending, bath, etc.; term;, 18s. Apply 354 Cargill road. CJUPERIOK Accommodation: ‘al-o KnrIO ttished Cottage To Let; close to beach ■.ml v-ilwtv st avion Apply to Mrs E. J. Cleghoru, Sea View. Hainiiden. BUSINESS Lady requires 2 comfortable Unfurnished Rooms; must be respectable, central locality; modern conveniences. Superior,” ‘ Star.’ G" RANGE Private Hotel, 84 Hanover street.—Vacancies for few Gentlemen Boarders; tariff moderate. -r-%7"AMTE'D, House, Brighton, or Warring- \\ ton. lev Christinas; 4 or 5 rooms; state rent. “House,’’ ‘Star’ Office. HOLIDAY RESORTS. Miolyneui.—Mas Campbell's, Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. PU K El’ ER A KlFour-roomed Furnished Cottage To Let for the whole of school holidays. J. Drake, Karitano.
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