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AUCTIONS. NOTICE TO SKIN Bu WfNG to the Half-holiday for *v Match on Tuesday, the Weekly Skin is*. Till be held in the Central Auction Booms on MONDAY, 9th INST., as follows: Rabbitskins at 12 noon; * Sheepskins at 3 p.m. Sheepskin Catalogues will be Closed on Monday, at noon. N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. MUTUAL AGENCY CO. FARMERS' AGENCY CO. DONALD REID AND CO. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. REID, MACLEAN, AND CO. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, at 1 o'clock. In Roomfl, 38 George street. T CAMPBELL AND CO. will sell by V • auction—3 single and 3 doable iron bedsteads and spring mattresses, 2 haircloth couches, 2 colonial sofas, 1 couch in leather, 3 full Scotch chests of drawers, 2 dining tables, 1 half-tester bedstead, and 50 pair skateß. Also, at 6.30, a quantity of goods to suit everybody. MONDAY, 9th SEPTEMBEB, At 11 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. ORANGES, MANDARINS, AND LEMONS, In Splendid Order. .AMES A. PARK AND CO. MONDAY, 9th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. To Heads of Families and others. GOODS SUITABLE FOR EVERYDAY USE. AMES SAMSON AND 00. w have received instructions to sell by auction at their Rooms, Men's, youths', and boys' suits, overcoats, shirtß, pants, hats, ladies' dresses, black satin in piece, dolmans, robes, ulsters, jackets, waterproof silk umbrellas, corsets, hosiery, underclothing, prints, all-wool hornet puns, dress tweed, colonial tweed?, shirtings, sheetings, pinafores, muslin, men'tt trousers, forfar, calicoes, India twills, rugs, boots and slippers (every make and size); the whole without reserve. FRIDAY. 20th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. CITY FREEHOLD, Fronting Princes and Crawford streets. With LARGE AND COMMODIOUS STORES Thereon. IHE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENfIY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have received instructions from the Proprietor to sell by public auction, in their Rooms, Rattray street, on Friday, 20th September, at 2 o'clock, Sections 8 and 19, and parts of 9 and IS, block XLVI., Dunedin, having frontages to Princes and Crawford streets, and containing 2 roods and 5 poles, and will be offered either as a whole or in two lots. On part of the property are erected the buildings known as the Otago Wool Stores, at present occupied by Messrs Reid, Maclean, and Co., as Wool and Grain Stores, etc. The Auctioneers would direct special attention to the above sale as an opportunity of acquiring a freehold in Prinoes street which rarely occurs; and as the sale is being made to close joint and trust accounts, the property is for absolute sale. The site is well suited for stores or for manufacturing works, and as an investment or for speculative purposes cannot be The Title is under the Land Transfer Act, and easy terms of payment may be arranged. For farther particulars apply to Messrs KENYON AND HOSKING, Solicitors; THE TRUSTEES. EXECUTORS, AND AGENCY COMPANY; Or to THE AUCTIONEERS. EDUCATIONAL. ANTED, Pupils for the Pianoforte; be* ' ginners preferred. Apply Miss Taylor, Leith street (off St. Andrew street). 7IOLIN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO V (above the Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse).—Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teacher of the Violin) and Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of the Pianoforte and Singing) will receive Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied tor Theatrical Performances, Concerts arranged, and Vocalists provided. Balls and Evening Parties attended. Private address: The Laurels, Albany street. BANJO AND GUITAR. MR ALFRED G. BAKER receives Pupils at his Rooms. "Dagmar College," Moray place (next Choral Hall), on the Five, Sis, and Seven String Banjo and Guitar (improved method). How to play your own accompaniment taught in a few lessons. Hours of attendance: 10 to 12 a.m., 2t04 pm. Evening Classes on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday Nights from 7to lft. Class for Ladies starting. Address letters: A. G. BAKER, Forth street* near Bridge. UNEDIN School of Art, Moray placeEvening Classes, Mondays and Wednesdays, for the study of FreehanA and Model Drawing, Drawing and Painting from the antique, Painting in monochrome, Modelling in clay, etc. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Practical, Plane, and Solid Geometry; Mechanical and Architectural Drawing, Fridays: Drawing and Painting from the living model. Open from ? to 9. Fee, 10s 6d. DAVID C. HUTTON, Art Master. _ (Organist of- First Church, 12 Pianoforte, Organ, and Singing. Classes for Singing formed to consist of not less than Three. Special Terms to Two or Three of one Family. Mr TIMSON is open to Engagements for Concerts, etc., as Director, Pianist, or Accompanist, and also for Organ Recitals. Mr Timson holds Testimonials from Dr O. C. Martin (organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, London), Dr Peace (orgsnist of Glai Cathedral), T. H. Oollinson, Esq., Mus. '. (organist of Edinburgh Address; LOWER OARGILL STREET (2nd house below Viotoria street), Dunedin GOVERNMENT NOTICES, r ILLAGE SETTLEMENT LAND. Open for SELECTION FOR CASH, or on DEFERRED PAYMENTS, or PERPETUAL LEASE, at the option of the Applicant. APPLICATIONS win be received at ths Crown Lands Ofßce, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY. 25th SEPTEMBER, 1889, For Sections in Blocks IV. and Vin., Glen* kenich District, Heriot Township, and Block 11., Maerewhenua District, containing from 2 to 47 acres each, at cash prices varying from LI 10s to L 8 per acre, No person shall be allowed to select more than one section. If more than one application is received for the same section on the same day, priority of choice will be decided by lot on the day foilowin)*. For plans and further particulars apply to this Office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Grown Lands Office, ' Dunedin, 27th August, 1889. NEW ZEALAND BADLWAYS. AUCKLAND FOOTB ALLXRS, MATCH AT DUNEDDf, TUESDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER. PERFORMANCE OF NEW BABYLON BY BLAND HOLT'S COMPANY. "ATURDAY RETURN TICKETS to Pub. .J edin will be issued at Oantara, Clinton, and Intermediate Stations on 16th September, and will bjj available for return on 10th or lltk, September. For the benefit of »o*ntry visitors who wisb to attend the performance of New Babylon, trains will leave Dunedin for Balclutha, Palmeratw,, and Intermediate Stations at HIS p. nv «a 10th September. By order.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 8006, 7 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Issue 8006, 7 September 1889

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