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RELIOIOUS. ■ANOVBR STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Rev. R. 9. GRAY, Pastor, Afternoon, in Sohoolroom, at 2.30, a e_-_:_l T\:„.l«„ Tn. +V.« rtUilAmn nP +.lm Ruriday School Primary Classes. At tlio close of Evening Services Carols trill be sung by large Choir. Colleotion in did of Ohoir Funds. Maori Hill.—ll am,, Mr B. J. Romeril; 6.30 p.m., Mr B. Drew. IAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. / CHRISTMAS SERVICES TO-MORROW (SUNDAY). 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., Rev. C. DALLASTON. Afternoon, 2.45, Distribution of Prizes to Sunday School scholars. Evening, 8 o'clock. Carol Service. Solos: Mrs Munro will sing 'O Thou that Tellest'; Mr J. Leech, ' The Star of Bethlehem'; and Mr H. E. Clark, 'Nazareth.' Choir pieces: 'Arise, Shine," And the Glory,' and other Christinas Anthems. Collection )n aid of Belgian Fund. Rev. STANLEY JENKIN. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERVICES. 11 a.m., 'The Word Made Flesh.' 6.30 p.m., 'The- Love and the Gift.' SPECIAL ANTHEMS, CAROLS, Etc. L/TORNINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH. jJI Rev. FRANK OLDRIEVE. 11 a.m., Sorvicr, 3 p.m., Cradle Roll Service; 6.30, Christmas Carol Service. Soloists: Misses Pridham and Inglis. TORTH-EAST VALLEY BAPTIST x\ CHURCH. 11 and 6.30, Rev. JOSEPH CARLISLE. Christmas Carols at Close of Evening Service. OUTH DUNEDIN BAPTIST CHURCH. J Morning: 'Joyful Tidings.' Evening: Who is This?' Pastor: Rev. J. Farquharson Jones, B.D. "OR.VY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Preacher: Kcv. W. SAUNDERS. 11 a.m., Christmas Service. 3 p.m., Children's Christmas Service. 6.30 p.m.. Christmas Choral Service. Extracts from 'The Messiah.' Solos, and Chorine*. Christmas Hymns. T. CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL IO CHURCH. Rev. W. J. ASHFORD. 11 a.m., ' The Coming of tlio King.' 6.30 p.m.. 'The Darkened World and the Christinas Hep©.' Soloist, Miss Pac:.v. Christmas Carols by the Choir at the close of Evening Service. ' EITH STREKT CONGREGATIONAL J. CHURCH. Services 11, 6.30 p.m. . Rev. A. H. WALLACE. PaMor. riNG STREET Congregational Church.— i.V Morning, 11, and Evening, 6.30, Rev. G. Hei'-'inviiv. Evening, Carol Service. CHURCH of Christ.—Tabernacle,, 11 a.m. mid 6.30 p.m.. P. D. M'Calhim. 8.A., Evangelist. Ruslvn, 11 a.m., Worship, Mr 11. 11. Driver. CHURCH of Christ.—South Dunedin: 11 a.m., Christian Worship; 6.30 p.m., Gospel Service. Kew: 11 a.m., Christian Worship. MORXINGTON Clmrch of Christ, Argyle street.—ll a.m., Breaking, the Bread; 2.30 p.m., Bible School, annual distribution of prizes, address; Children's Belgian Day Offering; parents and friends heartily welcome. 6.30 p.m., Preaching Sorviec, to bo followed by an immersion. All welcome. CHURCH. OF CHRIST, Fiiloul street..— Sunday, 11 a.m., Fellowship Meeting; Afternoon, 2.45. Simdav School; Evening, 6.30. Gospel Address. All invited. \ MESSAGE OF PI-ACE IN TIME OF -V WAR. SPECIAL MISSION. Come and Hear Mr FORBES MACLEOD. The. Scotch Evangelist, on SUNDAY EVENING NEXT, at 6.30, In the South Dunedin Gospel Hall, .Kin:; Edward street. Sankey'.t Hymn Books Provided. MEETINGS will be Continued on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS of Next) Week, commencing 7.45 o'clock. TTNITARIAN PROGRESSIVE- SOCIETY, \J Club House. Morav place. MEETINGS ADJOURNED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. CHORAL II A L L.— Gospel Strvici To-morrow Night at 7 o'clock. Preacher. Mr JAMES M'FARLANE. All heartilv welcome. --mRLSTADEU'TDANS. Stuart Street \j Hall: Lp.mui-i- on Simdav. 6.30. All thinkers invited. Seats free. No c " "-IREEX ISLAND Gospel Hull.—„-,..■«,„,-1' 6.30, Gospel Meeting. Mr James Orr and Mr Kirby SPIRITUAL" "Scientists' ~Clmrch~Odr)teTlows' Hall, Albany street.—Sunday, 7 p.m., Mis Rhodes (South Australia), Trance i'ddrass. Subject: Living Dead.' Spiritual Messages front Flowers. Silver collection at door. JTIHEOSOPHICAL Society. Don-ling street. A —Address, 'ldeals, Past, Present, and Future.' Miss C. W. Christie. 6.30. Mus-ie. GOSPEL Service, Piayfair .Street Hall, Caversham, To-morrow, 6.30 p.m. Speaker, Mr Patersou (Green Island). Subject: 'Darkness and Light.' All welcome. Come. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, :n town (Thursday afternoon), Black Dome-buttoned Purse; reward. Telephone 1,454. L™OST7~riain GoId _ sanple, befri way Station and 'Anderson's tun% Myers, dentist, Octagon; rcr OST, on U educsday, between Frederick J and Union -streets, Gold Bangle, with amethyst heart attached; reward. Star' Office, Port Chalmers. STRAIED from Northern Cemetery, small PekiiKv-o Dog (yellow). Reward returning to sexton. TILL Person who removed Lady's U . . brella from Plaza Tea Rooms kiiia,.. Return above address. FOUN DTV'Lady's ~Braclc£ wTScoular, nest Colombo. College. Roslyn. FOUND, "at St. Clair, Whito~ShawL Apply Hancock, St. Clair. FOUND.— Persons requiring Christmas Present*. try Morgan's, Picture Framer, Frederick street/ Prices very reasonable. FOUND.— Xmas Poultry «vfc Ste Turkeys. Oo<.lin.~j niiftlmn H and Boiling Fo^ HOLIDAY RESORTS. WANTED, large Furnished Room, St Clair (near beach). Couple. Fout young Children. Address "Beach," 'Star TO LET, nice large, sunny Unfurnished Front Room, 2 Furnished Rooms. 48 ■Cumberland street. TTIO .LET, Furnished Crib Hinkley Bay. A Apply Ocean Beach, Hotel, St. Hilda. 15URAKANUL— To Let, from 18th January, 4-roomed House, comfortably furnished." Address "Boat," 'Star' Office. EVANSDALE.— To Let, Furnished Cribs for holidays. Hill, Evansdale. T'IMARU. —Vacancy for Boarder 3 in private family Xmas holidav*. Address "Holidays," 'Star' Office. JORTOBELLO.—S-roomed Cottage; hot, cold water, overy convenience; 10 minutes wharf, fronting Harbor. Bowles, Pertobello. >URAKANUL— Completely-furnished Fivo Rooms, Christmas (fortnight); accommodation for 8; rent £2 10s per week. Park, Reynolds, Ltd. ghton), Furnished Eoor 'V email Crib, Ist January, two or three weeks. Reid, Southern Cemetery. Tb~iET~~< Christ mas holidays). Furnished (.Cottage, near Purakanui Railway Bta--liipx»i Ss. JPwte-3Pnrsdw,nui.

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