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GOSPEL HALL. MORAY PLAGE. jr Messrs MOOKT.FA and HUNTER, will <r..v.) Preach the Gospel TO-MORROW EVENING (Sunday), ai, 6.30. t»ul\jrols: 'The Jicv [{irl.h ' (Mr Hockley); 'T'ut' Love of Cod' (Mi- Hunter). G CHURCH of Christ,—Tabernacle, 11 a.ui :mcl 6.30 p.m.. P. D. M'Cal'.um, B.A. Evangelist. Koslvn ; 11 a.m.. Worship, V D. 31-Calluin. B.A. BOARD AND RESJDENGE. man. JJ'.«i(l. o.nc ""ACKSOFTS PriTiitc HoUO, Dowling, street, Dian&r 12 till Z; Tea, 5 to 7; Socj&ls d Parties catered for; committee room. rst-class Accommodation Visitors. Gladstone house" Moray pS T ('j);!oi>' 2.lS')).'—Best Accommodation iters; personal supervision. Moss and Phersou. LOST AND FOUND. OST. Japanese Pug Dog. Reward on t l-pturniut,' to Hi Duiidas street. WJND~'St. Hilda, beach, Wednesday), small Bug-, containing purse «in<l gloves, ply 46 Richardson street, St. Hilda. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. "IXPERIEXCE has shown that in the use ! of iho TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY jCUR iu Words and in the Names of >rsoiis, although the messages are read ck to the sender, and occasionally thero Misconceptions in Instructions. jVERTISERS are requested to write their announcements, id Not to Trust to a Telephoiio Message, j we cannot hold ourselves responsible if fTANTED Known—That, Billheads, Cir- » • culars, Cards. Programmes, and Gene- : Print in? of every description are executed the ' Evening . Stiir'. Office at Hod.erato icw-

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15696, 9 January 1915

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