INVERCARGILL AND DISTRICT CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOUR UNION. Annual Convention. GOOD FRIDAY. DON STREET CHURCH. 7 a-m. —Prayer Meeting. Leader, Mr J. E. Lopdell (Colac). 11 a.m. —(a) “Difficulties of Personal Work.” Mr A. J. Nichol (Waikaka Valley). (b) Value of Organisation in Christian Work.” Mr J. B. McKinney <Sec. Y.M.C.A.) 12.30 p.m.—Luncheon, to which all are invited. 2.30 p.m.—(a) “The Broadening and i Deepening of Spiritual Life.” Rev. A. Sangster (Wyndham). (b) “Christian Fellowship.” Rev. A. Mcßean, Rev. T. A. Pybus. 6.30 p.m.—Open Air Gathering. Leader, Mr M. Wellbrock. 7.30 p.m.—GRAND PUBLIC MEETING in Victoria Hall (Municipal Buildings)—Subject : “ Christian Citizenship.” Mr J. J. Wesney, Mr S. C. McDonald. MUSICAL ITEMS. SANKEY’S HYMNS USED. NO COLLECTION. Public heartily invited to all all meetings. Endeavour Societies are kindly asked to supply refreshments for luncheon on Good Friday. Convenors of Social Committee meet in Don street Schoolroom Thursday Evening, at 7.30 to make necessary arrangements A. S. WALLACE, Hon. Sec. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited until 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, April 11, for the ERECTION in BRICK of the SEDDON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, in Gore, for the Southland Hospitals and Charitable Aid Board. CHAS. H. ROBERTS, Architect, ' SALE ! SALE~! Noble’s Sale Of FANCY GOODS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, BRUSHWARE, BASKETWARE, CUTLERY, ENAMELWARE, LEATHER GOODS, POST CARDS, STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC. still continues to draw the crowds. The reason of this is at once apparent on a visit to our Emporium, the great reductions in all lines being GENUINE. .i VISIT WILL PAY YOU. A. NOBLE & CD, Dee-et, Invercargill. PIANO SENSE. “It is the PIANOFORTE that has made the generation the most musical that ever lived. “DRESDEN” PIANOS are famous throughout New Zealand. QUALITY has made their position—“AT THE TOP.” LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Sole Agents ;i Esk Street. FOR REPAIRS. The Phonograph Supply Store, IN THE ARCADE, Is in a position to overhaul machines and Repair Records on short notice. If you have not jet bought a Phonograph, buy one now, and you will never regret it. Over three thousand Records to choose from. The very Lat st Stock on hand. Don’t you forget the Address— Phonograph Supply Store, in THE ARCADE, Esk street, Invercargill, McKAY BROS. SATURDAY, MARCH 30th. Will hold their usual sale of Cows, Pigs, Poultry, Produce, Fruit, Furniture, and General Goods, commencing at T2 o’clock with cows, and at 2 o'clock with the contents of a Fancy Goods Shop, the owner of which has given up business. ■ of Early Colonisation in New Zealand and its phases of contact with the Maori Race, by Te Manuwiri. Full Cloth, 8a 6d. LILLICRAP, McNAUGHTON & CO., Esk Street.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 30 March 1907
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