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RELIGIOUS. CENTRAL MISSION. SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF OPENING OF THE OCTAGON HALL. 11 a.m. and 6.50, Rev. P, KNIGHT, B.A. (Christchurch). 2.45, Great Prohibition Rally. Subject t ‘An Australian’s View of Prohibition.’ On MONDAY, in OCTAGON HALL, Rev. KNIGHT will Deliver his Famous Recital, ‘DANTE THE IMMORTAL,’ Illustrated by 100 Magnificent Pictures. Circle, Is; Stalls, 6d. Reserves, Is fid. DUNDAS STREET Methodist Church.— Morning, Rev. A. Pybus; evening. Rev. 11. Richards. North-east Valley: 11, Rev. H. Richards; 6.30, Rev. A. Pybus. Ravcnsbourne; 11, Mr E. J. King; 6.30, Mr A. Mitchell. KKTESLEY CHURCH. Cargill road.—ll * V a.m., Rev. W. Walker; 6.30 p.m., Rev., F. T. Read. Rei.evolent: 11, Mr A. Bruton; 6 p.m., Mr R. M’Gregor, MORNINGTON Methodist " Church.—ll a.m., Mr J. P. Simon; 6.30 p.m., Rev. W. Grceusladc. Subject, 1 Political and National War.’ Belleknowes: 11 a.m., Rev. W. Grcensladc; 6.30 p.m., Mr J. W. Cowissiong, ROSLYN Methodist Church.—Special Gift Sunday. 11 a.m., Mr E. Aslin (soloists, Miss Dcnsem and Mr J. Paterson); G. 30 p.m.. Rev. J. T. Pinfold, B.D. (so.ois’.s, Miss Sutherland and Mr Rawlinson; anthems by choir). Maori Hill: 11 a.m., Rev. J. T. Pinfold, 8.D.; 6.30 p.m., Mr Dixon (special music). All heartily invited. Hanover street baptist church Morning, 11; Evening, 6.30. Rev R. S. GRAY, Pastor. Communion Service in the Morning. Evening subject: ‘Christian Citizenship in its Relation io the Political and Prohibition Vote.’ Maori ILll.—Morning, 11; evening, 6 30. Preacher, Mr PARRY. JJOSLYN BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. STANLEY JENKIN. 11 a.m., ‘Equal Honors.’ 6.30 pm, ’Christ ami tho Common People.’ Evening Communion. Retiring and Communion Offering for tho British and Belgian Relief Fund. SOUTH DUNEDIN BAPTIST CHURCH. Services at 11 a.m. itnrl 6.30 p.m.. Pastor: Rev. J. FARQUHABSON .TONES. JLD. MORNINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH. Rev. FRANK OLDHIEVE. 11 a.m., Infant Dedication Service; 6.30 p.m., "My Duty at tuo Election.' Solo, Miss Jessie Crawfoid. IWTOKTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST CS CHURCH. 11 and 6.30. Rev. JOSEPH CARLISLE. Retiring Collections for British and Belgian Relief Fund. €i AVER SHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. / 11 and 6.30. Rev. C. DALLASTON. Ev. itiitg t.ipic • ’The Christian and the Nolicense Vote.’ Special Offerings in aid of the Belgium Fund. CH URGH ofCUrist. —Tabcntacle. 11 a.m and 6.30 p.m. Evening sttbj: ct : ‘Moral Aspects of tho Liquor Traffic.’ P. D. M’Calhint, 8.A., Evangelist. Roslyit: 11 a.m., Worship. Mr Charles Watt, speaker. MORNINGTON CHURCH OF CHRIST, ARGVLE STREET. 11 a.m.. Breaking the Bread. 2,30 p.m., Bade School and Class. 630 p.m,. Service. Subject; ’The Faithful Saving.’ Speaker. Mr Oil AS. WAIT (of Auckland). To bo followed by an OPENAIR PROHIBITION MEETING at corner Elgin road and Argyle street at 8 p.m. CIHURCTI of Christ.—South Dunedin; 11 J, Christian Worship; 6,30 p.m., Gospel Service. Kew: 11 a.m., Christian Worship. __ ANDERSON BAY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The new church will be opened On SUNDAY. 6th DECEMBER. Services. —11 a.m.. Professor PICK lb, M.A.; 2.50 p.m., for tho Sunday School Children. Voting People, and Parents, Rev. E. A. AXELSEN and Dr HOWIE, of Ambrim; 7 p.m., Dr BOWIE. ANNUM- SOCIAL. FRIDAY, 11th. Tea in Sunday School Hall at 6.30 p.m. Pithin' Meeting 'in New Chure-h at 8 rTclcck. All friends"heartily invited to be present. GEORGE E. WHITE, Hon. Secretary. A MESSAGE OF PEACE IN TIME OF WAR. npHE Successful -SPECIAL MISSION in JL GOSPEL HALL, King Edward street, South Dunedin, will bo CONTINUED by the Scottish Evangelist, FORBES MACLEOD; SUN DAT", 6th, 6.30 p.m. TUESDAY, Bth, 7.45 p.m. WEDNESDAY, OHi, 7.45 p.m. THURSDAY, 10th, 7.45 p m. SUNDAY, 13th, 6.30 pm. A Hearty Welcome awaits you. NITARIAN PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY. Club Home. Moray place, 7 p.m. LECTURE by Rev. W. F. KENNEDY: ’ Music, Religion, and Life.' Special Musical Illust.aliens by Messrs J. K. Hartley and A. M'Leotl. Collection in aid of (he British and Belgian Relief Fund. CUIRIS’TIAN SCIENCE / Tr;, f tp,lt Fi,SUNDAY EVENING, Subject : ’God I tie ( inly t an.-r. SOCIETY, ?t < ’hiirch). — at 7. .red Creator.’ CHORAL HALL.—Gospel Service. To-mor-rmv Night at 7 o’clock. Preacher, Mr James M’Earlnne. Also, on Friday, a JJible Lecture at 7.30 p in. All heartily welcome CHRISTA DELPIHANSr— 'Stuart Street Hall: Lcpure on Sunday, 6.30. All thinkers invited. Scats fiee. No collection CITY ROA D~ 11A LL,~ R O SLY N, 6.30. Armageddon, now j aging in Europe. When will the natioi.s gather into HarMagtdon. in Palestine!' Watchman, C.D. VLBANY STREET School—Evangelistic Seivice every Sunday, front 6.30 to 7.30. We shall ho pleased to see you and your friends To-monow livening. _____ ORDER of tho Star in the East.—Public Lecture by Mi-s E. Hunt, Club House, Moray place, at 3 p.m., entitled ’Love One Another.’ Hymns 373, 300, 176, A. and M. '■JAUEOSOPHICAL 'Society, Dowling street. JL —Address. ’ Who is My Neighbor?’ MrJY W. M. Burn, M.A., 6.30. CNREHN ISLAND Gospel Hall. —Sundav, 7T 6.30, Gospel Meeting. Messrs W. Buchan and R. Smith. EDUCATIONAL. BRAEMAR HOUSE. BREAKING-UP CEREMONY, 1914, BURNS HALL. TUESDAY, 15th December, 2.30 p.m. Misses Miller cordially invite tho Parents and Friends of Pupils. Amongst other items will be included the Performance of Tennyson’s ‘Princess’ by the Students of tho Elocution Class, under the of the instructor (Mr Do Spong). CORPORATION NOTICES. DUNEDIN CITY COUNCIL. OPENING OF BAND KIOSK. HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR will Officially Open the New BAND KIOSK in tho Botanic Gardens at 8 p.m. on TUESDAY, the Bth instant. The Public are cordially invited. Vocal and Instrumental Items will bo contributed by the Dunedin Orphans’ Club and the Kaikcrr.i Band. G. A. LEWIN, Town Clerk. Dunedin. sth December, 1914. DIVIDENDS. THE RISE AND SHINE GOLD DREDGING COMPANY, LIMITED. A DIVIDEND (the 56th) of ONE SHILLING per share has been DECLARED, and will be (payable to all Shareholders on the Register at. t.liis dale on MONDAY, the 7th December. 1914. W. T. MONKMAN, Secretary. Dunedin, sth December, 1914.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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