AMUSEMENTS. L. Cl. I' I HAL SIXTH WEEK. SIXTH WEEK. THE ALBERT LUCAS NEW DRAMATIC TT , ■ COMPANY. Under the Patronage of the Wellington and Otago Football Teams, TO-MORROW EVENING (SATURDAY), SEPTEMBER Htb. For This Night Only, . or » O ulebrnte ' l Nautical Drama, BLACK-EVED SUSAN,’ or ‘THE LASS T U f T n' IAT , u OV , ED A sa ILOK.’ lo be followed by the Famous ComeiFetta. ‘A REGULAR FIX.’ Mr Albert Luc -hj and full Company. Engagement for 'ibis Night Only or the famous Comedian Mr HORACE Bkkt, who will impersonate Billy, the Black .r.? k , of the Lellerophon, in the Diatna of Black-eyed Susan.’ Also, Spec al Engagement of Messrs Oliver and Woods, who will Dance a Double Hornpipe. New Scenery by Mr Alf. Inglescn for ‘Blackeyed Susan,’ ‘Black-eyed Susan.’ Notwithstanding the great expense attached to this production there will be no advance of prices. Popular Prices: Dress Circle, Is 6d ; Stalls. ls;Pit,6d. Day sales as usual. pRI N C E S S’S THEATRE. MONDAY EVENING, 13th SEPTEMBER. COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO CON. BUCKINGHAM, Solo Cornet-player Princess’s Orchestra. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC. Full Programme Saturday’s Star. PRINCESS’S THEATRE. FRIDAY AND. SATURDAY, 17m and 18th SEPTEMBER;' 1897. | IHE ROSCIUS DRAMATIC SOCIETY f In the First Dunedin production of FATE’S DECREE, In Aid of the DUNEDIN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Dress Circle, 2s 6d; Stalls, Is 6d; Pit, Is. Full particulars in to-morrow’s issue. AUCTIONS. THIS EVENING, FRIDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER, At 7 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. BOOKS. BOOK 3. PARK. REYNOLDS, AND CO, ate instructed to sell by auction, A valuable collection of Books, as above. Catalogues at rooms. SATURDAY, 11th SEPTEMBER, At 12,30 o’clock. At Provincial Yards, Stafford street. PRIZE FANCY POULTRY, From one of the Best-known Breeders in Canterbury.
Plymouth Rocks Black Spanish Muscovite Ducks Purc-bml Minorcas 1 peii of Pure-bred taugshan Fowls. On View Saturday Morning. I ABE REYNOLDS, AND 00. MONDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER, At 12.30 o'clock. At Rooms, Manse street. Great Clearing Sale FREEHOLD PROPERTY. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Easy Terms of Payment. South Dunedin. Forbury Township, Darley, North-east Valley, Dalkeith, Opoho, St. ■ Leonards, Warrington. PARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. . are instructed to sell by auction: 1. SOUTH DUNEDlN.—Allotment 15 of Section 31, Block VII., fronting Hillside road, 33.2 poles, with S-roomed House (Shaoklock range); house in thorough good order 2. Allotment 12, Block XL, fronting Rankeillor street, 10.2 poles, with good 5-roomed Brick Cottage. 3. Part allotment 7 of Section 31, Block VII., 19.4 poles, fronting Hillside road and Maria road, with 2-storey Brick Building, subdivided into two shops with dwellings above, adjoining the property of Mr Wardrop, chemist; a good speculation. 4. DARLEY.—Allotment 17, fronting Edward street (close to Cargill road), containing 12 poles, with 4-roomed Cottage in good order. 5. NORTH-EAST VALLEY.-Part Section& containing 2 roods 7.6 poles, fronting Main road, with Brick Factory thereon, and right to lay in water. 6. OPOHO.—Allotments 11, 12, and part 13, Block 11., fronting Signal Hill road, 2 roods 20.4 poles, beautifully sheltered, suited for a nur.ery gardener or private garden; splendid soil 5 House of 6 Rooms and out* houses, verandah, two glass-houses; new Shaoklock range just fitted in kitchen. 7. DALKEITH.—Sections 3 and 4, Block 1., ■fronting Main road; Sections 5, 6, 7, 8, Block 1., fronting Douglas terrace; Sections TB, 23, and 24, Block IL, fronting Douglas terrace. 8. ST. LEONARDS.—Sections 54 and 544, Block IX., 3 roods and 32 poles, on the hill, short distance from railway station. 9. WARRINGTON..— Allotment 25, part County Sections 49, 71e, Block 1.. Waikouaiti, containing 8 acres 35 poles: fenced, ploughed, limed, and laid down in grass. TERMS. Fourth deposit; balance quarterly payments extended over 3 years; interest at 5 per cent.
SATURDAY, 11th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, Dowling street.. Sale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, Etc JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, Household Furniture, etc., including —Rosewood piano by Austinburgh, piano stooh sideboard, carpets, hearthrugs, gilt mirror, tapestry and plush suite, fancy .occasional chairs) 14-day regulator clock, pictures, dinner and tea sets, cruet, lamp, curtains, Vienna and casv chairs, bookcase, hall lamp, feuders and irons coal vase, oval table and cover, Singer sewing machine, walnut whatnot, tea tables, double and single iron and wool bedsteads, spring wire, and flock mattresses, kapok beds, blankets’ mirror-door wardrobe, full-Scotch and duchesse drawers, duchesse table and marble washstand, ware, tile washstand. linoleum, carpet squares chairs, tables, wringer, copper boiler, kitchen and cooking appliances; also 2 barrows, boring machine, saws, cramps, ropes, 2 iron gates, 2 pair gum boots, hose, ladders, and scaffold plant: also, letterpress. SATURDAY, 11th SEPTEMBER. At 10 a.m. precisely.At the Dunedin Horse Salevard. Unreserved Sale of RACING STOCK. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON. AND CO instructed by Mr J. H. Jowitt (who is leaving the colony), will offer by auction at above time and place, ’ The whole of his Racing Stud, comprising • Bay horse Musketry, brown horse Fulmen b’av gelding Stockfish, bay gelding Slatin Bey. All these are in training. Also, 8 colts and fillies, by Apremont, Stepniak. Artillery- For pedigrees see ‘Otaco : Daily Times ’of 4th inst. ag The Auctioneers have also for private sal (inspection at Mr H 1,. Johnson's farm, nea Berwick), Mr Jowitt s four valuable broo mares: Whim, Cantas, Miss Madge, and Potom Catalogues on application. Note. The .auctioneers are instructed to state that, as Mr Jowitt is leaving New Zealand, these valuable thoroughbred horses are placed on the market for bona fide sale. WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE that we have SOLD our FRUIT, PRODUCE, and POULTRY BUSINESS to Messrs T. E BHIEL AND CO., of Jetty and Princes streets, Dunedin, for whom we respectfully solicit a continuance of the SUPPORT sc generously accorded us. We can confidently recommend them as onr Successors. Any consignments sent in to us after THIS DATE will be handed over to them. A. LORIE AND CO.
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