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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10418, 13 September 1897
AMUSEMENTS. T> RIN OB SS'S 0? HE4T B, & TO-NIGHT- TO : NIG.HT, COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO CON.-BUCKINGHAM, Bqlo Cornet-player Princess's Orchestra. ■-..■' MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC. RINOESS'S THEATRE. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT, 17th:asp 18th SEPTEMBER, 1897. FATE'S DECREE, ■„ In Aid of the DUNEDIN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Cirolo, 2s 6d ; Stalk, Is 6d; Pit, Is. Tickets at Mulrooney's, Jacobs's, Dickinson'e, Hendy s, Hangeiford's, Mendelsohn's, and Braithwaite's. Box Plan now open at Dresden. ALL SAINTS' SCHOOLROOM. TUESDAY, ~l4tti SEPTEMBER. OWING to great success of last Tuesday Evening' 6 Entertainment, it has been decided to REPEAT THE TABLBAUS, with a complete change of Musical Programme. BEDUCED PRICES, 6d. Doors open 7.15; commence 8. AUCTIONS. TUESDAY. 14th SEPTEMBER, 9.30 a.m. snarp. 100 cases D.K. Tahiti Oranges 100 cases Sydney Oranges 20 oases Mildura Oranges 10 cases Mildura Lemons 20 cases Mandarins 30 cases Sydney Lemons 50 cases Sevilles .. 40 ca=es ripe Melbourne Bananas 20 cases re-packed Fiji Baaanaß nOO cases Hobart Apples, Scarlets, Crabs, Stones, and Stuimers. OTAGO FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENCY. TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, 14th SEPIEMBER, At 11 o'clock sharp. BY AUCTION. ll cases Hobart French Crab Applei 60 cases Hobart Tearmain Apples 55 cases Hobart Sturmer Pippin Apples 40 cases Sevilles Oranges 20 cases Lemons 10 cases Mandarins 2 tons Potatoes. riREIG, WILLOOCKS. AND CO. 1 E. SHI E L AND CO. • will sell, by auction, at their Stores, Jetty Btreet, TO-MORBOW, .at 11.45 o'clock, Hobart Apples, Comprising T.C 's, Sp.M.'a, J-p.'s, and Stp.'s. Lemons, onions, etc. T. E. SHIEL AND CO. TO-MORROW MORNING, At halt'-nast 11 o : clock. ORANGES, LEMONS. PASSION FRUIT MANDARINS, LOQUATS, SEVILLES, Ex Waikare, from Sydney. M. SPEDDING row Morning, at 11.30.
TUESDAY, 14th INST., '10.15 sharp. ORITZSON AND HOPKIN , will offer by auction, j.asmaman apples and pears, crabs, Stunners stones, scarlets, Tahiti oranges, bauanas; also, Sydney oranges, lemons, etc. WEDNESDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock-. At Upstairs Rooms, Manse street. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MAGNIFICENT UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO, Etc. pARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO, ■*- are instructed to sell by auction, Full Concert Grand Upright PIANO (Kirchner) Splendid Upright Grand PIANO (by Emit Weiss, Haake) WALNUT and RED PINE OVERMANTELS R.P. Mirror-back SIDEBOARDS (bevel plates) MAHOGANY and LEATHER DINING SUITES EXTENDING DINING TABLES (6,8, and9ft) Walnut and Tapestry DP. 4.WING ROOM SUITE DOUBLE IRON BRASS-MOUNTED BEDSTEAD MARBLE-TOP WASHSTANDS R.P. DUOHESSiS CHESTS and DRESSING TABLES PEDESTAL WRITING TABLES Handsome Double Mirror Door WARDROBE HALL HAT STAND and CHAIRS Full-Scotch and 4 and 5-drawer CHESTS Fenders and irons, Brussels and tapestry carpets, easy chairs, gUt mirrors, magnificent dining room marble clock, toilet glasses, towel rails,- bedroom sets of ware, dinner ware, e.p. ware, furnishing sundries of all kiuds. Onview from Monday afternoon. MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, London street, near Victoria street. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PIANO hy RAMS PERGER. PIANO by HEMINGWAY AND THOMAS. DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, ASD BEDROOM FURNITURE. >ARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO _ arc instructed by the Rev. L. J. Harrison no is leaving for England) to soil bv auction, as above, ' ' The whole of his Household Furniture, consisting of—Piano by Hemingwav and Thomas walnut occasional suite (upholstered in figured plush), pile carpet, hearthrugs, marble M-day s.liking cock, occasional foldiug chairs in Push, bamboo chairs, bamboo table, Japanese Wold screen, brass mounted fender and ironß gilt mirror, walnut afternoon tea table violin and case, black-and-gold occasional tables oil punting?, plush curtains, laco curtains, marble vases. Victory cabinet sowing machino, r< suite in plush, bookcase and cheffonier, re pedestal office table, tapestry square, velvet pile table cover, case stuffed birds, oak hat and umbrella stand, linoleum, Dresden ornament" kauri telescopic extending dining table, red pine mirror-back sideboard, red pine suite in haircloth walnut whatnot, tapestry tablecover, gasoecne' coal vase, clock, electro-plate and crystal, dSuble Iron brass-mounted bedstead, spring mattrcm flock mattresses, bolsters and pillow-, blankets' red pine mirror-door wardrobe, full - Scotch chest drawers, duchesse chest, marble-top tileback washstand toilet ware, towel rail, double and single iron bedstead* and bedding/kitchen dreraer. filter, table mangle, pair steps, garden tools, lawn-mower, rowl«, ki'chen utensifs etc On view on Satuiday afternoon and morning of sale.
WEDNESDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER, 1897, At 2.30 o'clocir. Auction Rooms, Manse street. BIC VCLES ! BICYCLES J Hs. valentTne • has received instructions from a Cyc'e Agency to offer by public auction, as above, The whole of their Btock of New and Second - hand Machines from lest Rare opportunity of Eecuring a good bicycle at a nominal price. English-nndo Bikea—strong and light, narrow tread, all gears and Dunlop tyres. ' MEETINGS. OTAGO INSTITUTE. mHE USUAL MONTHLY MEETING will NOT be held THIS EVENING. T. JEFFERY PARKER,
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