RELIGIOUS. SERVICE OF /INTERCESSION. \ SPECIAL SERVICE OF INTERCES- - SION, as commanded by His Majesty tvmg George, will be held in the Synagogue, .Moray place, on SUNDAY, the 3rd, at 3.30 TT.RINITY METHODIST CHURCH. - STUART STREET. SUNDAY, 3rd "JANUARY, 1915. ■ Preachers: Morning, Mr A, K. STEVENS st_ll; Evening', Eev. T. W. NEYYBOLD at ~„„_....„-. -Mr A. E. STEVENS at 6.30 VJORTH-BAST VALLEY BAPTIST .lS CHURCH. 11 a.m.. Mr S. F. BENTON. 6 30 p.m., Mr W. H. LOWE. rf-lAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. 6.30 p.m., Mr J. 11. STEPHENS. DAY OF INTERCESSION. 11 a.m , 'The Christian's New Year.' 6.30 p.m., 'Can We Speak of the- Gains of the War?' Morning, Communion. ANOVER STREET" "BAPTIST CHURCH. SUNDAY, 3rd JANUARY. Services, 11 a.m., C.30 p.m. Rev. R. S. CRAY, Pastor. ' Strangers cordially invited. MAORI HILL BRANCH.—II a.m., Mr Gordon Hendry; 6.30, Mr A. J. Romeril. TNG STREET Congregational Church.— .. Morning, 11, and Evening, 6.30, Rev. ... Heighway. Evening, War Intercession Service T. CLAIR CONGREGATIONAL ) CHURCH. Rev. W. J. ASHFORD. 11 a.m., 'At the Threshold of 1915.' 12.15 p.m.. Holy Communion. 6.30 p.m., ' The Vision for To-morrow.' Visitors cordially invited. /FORAY PLAGE CONGREGATIONAL . CHURCH. 11 a.m and 6.30 p.m. Mr J NO. R.EID, B.A. " EITII STREET CONGREGATIONAL 3UI CHURCH. SERVICES 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. CHURCH of Christ.—Tabernacle, 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m., P. D. M'Callum, 8.A., Evangelist. Roslvn: 11 a.m., Worship, P. D. M'Callum, B.A. CH OR-A L ' H' ! A LL. - Gospel Service To-morrow Night at 7 o'clock. Preacher, Mr D. CAMPBELL. GOSPEL HALL, MORAY PLACE. .Messrs F. HUNTER (Ireland) and A. HOCKLEY (Ashurst) will i'd.v.) PREACH THE GOSPEL OF THE GRACE OF GOD In above Hall LORD'S DAY, 6.30 p.m. All cordially invited. A L V A T lON A R M Y, street. SUNDAY: DAY OF INTERCESSION. TUESDAY, 8 p.m.. WELCOME to Commissioner and Mrs HODDER. WEDNESDAY, 8 p.m.. Soldiers' and Friends' Rally. FREE LECTURE! FREE LECTURE: A LECTURE will be delivered, in the l\. ODDFELLOWS' HALL',. Stuart street, SUNDAY, 6.30. Subject: 'JESUS CHRIST, THE WORLD'S FUTURE: KING.' The Christ a-clelphiaus heartily invite you to hear this Ivctunj, and invite questions as the close. Seats free. No collection. QOUTH DUNEDIN BAPTIST CHURCH. k5 Services at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Pastor : Rev. J. FARQUHARSON JONES, B.D. IT. KILDA Methodist Church.—ll a.m., rj Mr G. E. Brown; 6.30 p.m., Rev. A. J. Seamer. Anderson Bay : 11 a.m., Mr R. M'Gregor; 6.30 p.m., Mr Brown. Broad Bay: 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Mr T. T. Thomas; Highcliff: 11 a.m., Rov. Seamer. Maeandro'w Bay (School): 2.30 p.m., Rev. Seamer. CHURCH OF CHRIST, Filleul street.— Sunday. 11 a.m., Fellowship Meeting; Evening, 6.30, Gospel Address. All invited. IHURCH of Christ.—South Duncdin: 11 I a.m., Christian Worship; 6.30 p.m., Gospel Service. Kew: 11 a.m., Christian w "rship. rORNINGTON' dmrch of Christ, Argyle L street.—ll a.m., Breaking the Bread; 6.30 p.m., Gospel Service. All welcome. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY. Trades Hall (opposite First Church). SUNDAY EVENING, at 7. Subject: ' God." SPIRITUAL Scientists' Church. Oddfellows' Hall, Albany street.—Sunday, 7 p.m., Rev. M. A. Han ley, from America, will lecture. Subject: 'Do Spiritualists Believe in God and the Bible?' Spiritual Messages from Flowers or Independent Readings. Silver collection at door. WEOSOPHICAL Society, Dowling street. Mr D. W. M. Burn, M.A. Music. wfR, THOMAS MORRIS, ex-Loeat xfJL Preacher, will give a Scripture Reading in Triangle To-morrow Afternoon, and will conduct the 11 a.m. Service, in the Ravensbonrne Congregational Church. ORDER of the Star in the East.—Public Lecture by Mi.ss Hunt, entitled 'How Best May We Seive Him?' at 3 p.m., in Club House, 'Moray place, Hymns 167, 391, 219, A. and <M. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MOLLISONS WEEKLY BARGAINS. A FEW OF THIS WEEK'S SURPRISES. 200 dozen Ladies' Fine Lawn Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Worth 3s. Price this week, Is! 6d dozen. 30 dozen Dainty Blouses, in Gibson and Mayfair shapes, in Ceylon, Wincey, Cambric, and W'hito Embroidered Muslin. A full window display, all marked 3s lid. Worth 5s 6d to 8s 6d. A window full of Charming Trimmed Hats. Quite the . latest. Worth 30s. All marked 10s 6d. Hundreds of Children's and Ladies' Seaside and Holiday Hats, White and Tuscan. Worth Is 6d. All marked 6d each. 28 pieces Novelty Washing Sponge Cloths, 40 inches wide. A perfect fabric, in shades of Champagne, Cinnamon, BrOwn, Vioux Rose, Reseda. Grey, Saxe Blue, and Dark Cream. Nothing more, becoming foi* holiday dresses. Usually 2s 6d. Price this week, Is yard. 9 pieces White Honeycomb Voile, neat cheek effects. Quite the latest washing dress fabric. 40 inches wide. Worth 3s lid. ' Price this week, is lid yard. Lot of Kaiapoi Costumes in Summer Tweed 'Mixtures. Tailor-made, correct shape. Usually 555. Price this week, 255. MOLLISONS LTD., END OF PENNY SECTION.
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