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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914
RELIGIOUS. 1.0.0.P., A.0.F., U.A.O.D. /COMBINED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' CHURCH PARADE, SUNDAY, 13th DECEMBER. Members of the Local Branches of the Oddfellows, Foresters, and Druids are requested to meet at the Lodge Room at 10.50 a.tn., to attend Divine Service at the Kaikorai Presbyterian Church. Visiting brethren of the above Orders will also be welcome. The Kaikorai School Fife and Drum Band will be in attendance. E. SUNDERLAND. Secretary U.A.O.D. ROBT. C. WILSON, Secretary A.O.P. JAMES S. NELSON, Secretory 1.0.0. F. ’ SPECIAL MISSION. rriHROUGHODT NEXT WEEK the suoX cassful MEETINGS being held at GOSPEL HALL, SOUTH DUNEDIN, will be continued. EVANGELIST: FORBES MACLEOD. SUNDAY. 13th, 6.30 p.m.—Subject: ‘The Battle Horse’—a simile. TUESDAY, 15th, 7.45 pm. WEDNESDAY, 16th, 7.45 p.m. THURSDAY. 17th, 7.45 p.m. SUNDAY, 20th, 630 p m. Sankey’s Hymns. UNITARIAN PROGRESSIVE SOCIETY. Club House. Moray placo, 7 p.m. (Opposite Public Library.) Subject: ‘PROFESSOR BROWN’S THEOLOGY.’ Questions and Discussion. All Meetings Open to the Public, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. Trades Hall (opposite First Church). SUNDAY EVENING, at 7. Subject: ‘God, the Preserver of Man. SPIRITUAL Scientists’ Church, Oddfellows Hall, Albany street.—Sunday, 7 p.m., Mrs Glass. Lecture; ‘ Are the Teachings of Spiritualism in Gonfoimity with tbo Holy Scriptures?’ Silver collection at door. ‘ CHORAL H Gospel Service To-morrow Night at 7 o’clock. Preacher. Mr JAMES M’FARLAN E. All heartily welcome. ALBANY STREET School.—Once more tho Christian Endcavorers of First Church will help us To-morrow Evening, when wo shall hope for a full gathering. Come if you can. D. Wright. nrUIEOSOPHICAir Society, Dowling street. X —Address ■ ‘The Work of the Invisible Helpers on the Battlefield.’ Miss E. Hunt. 6.30. Music. Quartet: ‘Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful.’ ELECTION NOTICES. THE LICENSING POLLS. rrVUE LICENSED VICTUALLERS’ ASSOA CIATION OF OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND wish to THANK ELECTORS who so spontaneously and thoroughly supported them in the appeal made by them to support tho principles of liberty in tho enjoyment of individual privileges. So far as tho members of this Association were concerned tho campaign was conducted cleanly, without bias, and only with a desire to afford tho constituencies all reasonable opportunities of expressing their decisions firmly and unmistakably. The result over tho City of Dunedin and throughout the combined Provincial Districts of Otago and Southland must he most gratifying to the majority rf the Electors. Those results prove beyond question that the British love of fair play still rises superior to partisan shibboleths.. T HUGHES, Secretary L.V. Association of Otago and Southland. ALL ACCOUNTS in respect to the Campaign must be presented for liquidation on or before WEDNESDAY, December 16th, ° T. HUGHES, Secretary L.V. Association, Dunedin, Or to Box 122. Pest Office, Dunedin. DUNEDIN A VEST. \flt J. T. JOHNSON desires to THANK ItX Tnl3 ELECTORS of Dunedin West for the splendid support accorded him during the recent Election. To tlio Committees and Supporters who worked so strenuously and unselfishly in the Liberal interest Mr J. T. Johnson tenders his grateful appreciation, and will take an early opportunity to meet them. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. MR T. 11, DALTON desires to express Ids most SINCERE THANKS to those Electors who recorded their Votes in his favor, ami especially to the Members of his Committee, who have worked so assiduously during the campaign CORPORATION NOTICES. GONVILLE TOWN BOARD. WANGANUI. DEBENTURES. APPLICATIONS are invited by the above Board for the PURCHASE of 100 DEBENTURES of £IOO each, balance of issue under the General Improvements Loan No. 2 of £25,000, with a currency of thirty years, and bearing interest at 5 per cent, per annum, secured by a special rate on all rateable property in tjie Gonville Town District. Principal and Interest payable free of exchange at any branch of the Bank of New Zealand in New Zealand. Application to be made to the Bank of New Zealand at Wanganui, or to tho undersigned. These Debentures offer a safe investment for capital. FRED. BOURNE, Town Clerk. BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Persons owning UNREGISTERED IS will be PROSECUTED. t Penalty Non-registration is £5. v order of the St. Kilda Council. J. B. DICK, Town Clerk. ~ Kilda, 9ih December, 1914. , BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Persons found USING A HOSE withfirst having obtained permission from the acil will bo PROSECUTED. The Fee permission to use a Hose is Ten Shili per annum . _ v order of the St.. Kilda Council. 1 J. B. DICK, Town Clerk. • . Kilda, 9/12/14. ANDERSON BAY DISTRICT. BLIO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any PERSON DEPOSITING 3S or other RUBBISH on the PUBLIC D will be PROSECUTED, dee is also Given that the SANITARY DRACTOR undertakes any such REilications to he made direct to the Clerk. GEO. E. PBABOB, Town Clerk, lemon Bwr, December 11* ■ 1914.
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