The Rev. P. N. Knight, of Christchurch, conducted the services at the Octagon Hall yesterday, it being the second anniversary of the opening of the hall. In the, afternoon he addressed in advocacy of National Prohibition, taking as his subject 'An Australian's View of Prohibition.' Mr E. A. Rosevear occupied the chair. At the evening service the hall was well filled. Tho preacher took as his text, " Study to show thyself a worker." Miss Williams impressively rendered 'The Better Land.' the anniversary will be continued to-night, when the Rev. Mr Knight will deliver his recital on ' Danto tho Immortal' in the Octagon Hall. The lecture will be illustrated by 100 pictures.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914
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