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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897
AMUSEMENTS. IRINCESS'S J_THB ROSCIUS DRAMATIC SOCIETY | TONIGHT 1 Tn-NIGUT! TO-NIGHT! . Reapiearance of In the first Isew Ji-iatumi Production of ■ ..'.J?A'J , Js , js DKOUEE, _„ In Aid of the DUNEDIN FnKK PUBLIC LIBRARY. iJreas Circle, 2s 6.1; Stalls, Is bd; Pit, Is. Day Sales at Jacobs'*, liraithwaite's, Dickinson , Hcndy b, an.l Hu&gerford's. Box Plan at Dresden. Doors open 7.15, cmtaiu at 8. Carnages at 10.30. ri I T Y HALL L'uder the patronage of the Canterbury and Otago Football Teams. SEVENTH WEEK OF THE ALBERT LUCAS NEW DRAMATIC COMPANY. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), SEPTEMBER 18th, at 8 o'olock. The World-renowned Irish Drama THE COLLEEN BAWN. Actl - .... THE OATH. Aot "- ... ... ...THERESOUE. Act 111. THE CONFESSION. act IV THE SACRIFICE. THE GREAT WATfiR CAVE SCENE. Mylea na Coppaleeu (for the first time), Mr Albert Lucas, suppoited by the Full Company. Few Scenery from the brush of Mr Alt'. Jrigleson. POPULAR PRICES: Dress Circle, Is 6d ; Stalls, Is ; Pit, 6d. Day sales as usual. AGRICULTURAL HALL. DUNBDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SPRING SHOW & MUSICAL PROMENADE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. All Particulars, Entry Forms, Schedules, and Tickets may be obtained through Seedsmen; or from John H. Every, Secretary, Princes Btreet. Entries Close 20th, Cafe Continental, or Pryor's. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'olock. Fale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FUUNITUE, PIANO, Etc JAMES 3ASISOK AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including— Tapestry suite, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, round table, cheffonier, dinner set, pictures, cruet, 8-day clock, whatnot, Vienna and easy chaiis, folding chairs, walnut piano, piano stool, fenders, fireirons, ashpans, ornaments, dining table, octagon table, wool rugs, fullScotch chest, duchesse drawers and tables, marble and tile washstands, bedroom ware, wardrobe, looking glasses, toilet tables, carpet squares, liuoleum, sofa, copper boiler, wringer, Wertheim sewing machine, Familv Bible and other books, kitchen, cooking, and laundry appliances, Etc., etc, etc. SATURDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER, At 11 o'clock. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyard. FIRST-CLASS HEAVY DRAUGHT MARE. "TRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND 00. r have received instructions from Mr Wm. Town ey, Allanton, to sell by auction, at above time and place, 1 first-class heavy draught mare, 5 yre. A splendid worker. MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, At 2.30 o'clock. On account of whom it may concern. DM SPED DI N G • will sell as above, IRHDS "FENTON'S" W. and G. CHINA, Consisting of Irish teas, London teas, plates, slops, sugars, creams, B B plates, etc, etc. (papers more or less stained). At same time: Chambers, gilt jugs in sets, toilet sets, cut ales and nobblers, engraved tumblers, mould tumblers, blacking and scrubbing brushes, etc., etc. Without reserve. MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, London street, near Victoria street. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PIANO by RAMS PERGER.
PIANO by HEMINGWAY AND THOMAS. DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, AND BEDROOM FURNITURE PARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO are instructed by the Rev. 1,. J. Harrison (who is leaving for England) to sell bv auction as above, " * The whole of his Household Furniture, consisting of-Piano by Hemingway and Thomas. plush), pile carpet, hearthrugs, marble lldav atriking clock, occasional folding chairs ir> plush, bamboo chairs, bamboo table, Jamnese 4-fold screen, brass-movxted fender and iron* gilt mirror, walnut afternoon tea table, violin and case, black-and-gold occasional tables, oil paintings, plush curtains, lace curtains, marble vases. Vir.fcnrtr rahinof cnn.;«~ ~.-!.:__ , . . peaestai omce table, tapestry square, velvet pile table cover, case stuffed birds, oak hat ant? umbrella stand, linoleum, Dresden ornaments kauri telescopic extending dining table, red pine mirror-back sideboard, red pine suitein haircloth walnut whatnot, tapestry tablecover, gasosene coal vase, clock, electroplate and crystal, double iron brass-mounted bedstead, spring mattress, flock mattresses, bolsters and pillows, blankets red pine mirror-door wardrobe, full - Scotch ohest drawers, duchesee chest, marble-top tileback washstand, toilet ware, towel rail, double and single iron bedsteads and bedding, kitchen drefßer. filter, table mangle, pair steps, garden tools, lawn mower, fowls, kitchen utensilß etc On view on Saturday afternoon ami morning of sale.
WATCMHAKBRS. AND T. YOUNG, * Jewellers, 38 PRINCES STREET, Kespeclfully invito inspection of Jfceiv NEW SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED GOODS, Justopened out, and displayed m their Window?. rI!V 8 - i8 r, the / in t*\ Dis 1 ,la >' in that '»ne of Good* in Dnnedic. but as only a small proportion of our Gcpda is shown in windows WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU To inspect the contents of our cas*, in shop (independent of purchase). y ou will then be able to form some idea of the Kxt nt, Variety the Co" *' ° Ur St ° Ck ' Wh ' Cl> haS "° € 1 No bouse can supply yoa better than we can. as we have every facility for getting THE BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Note the Address : 88 PRINCES STREET.. L-03T *JXI> FOu>J» ftiUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA." LOST POMrv TT IS THE INTENTION of this AssociaX tion, oa or after the 18th of October next, to isrne a certified Copy in p!acoof Policy No. 61,551 on the life cf John William Tepene, and which is alleged to have been lost. K - D- MILLKK, Actuary Wellington, 17th September, 1897. First Chuich. W. M'Keich, opposite
LOST, in Princes street, Parcel containing carver 3, Reward ret »"»«g same Chiaroni; P.DITOATJONAL. OTAGO BOYS' AND GrP.LS' HIGH SCHOOLS. JL 2lßt September, 1897, at 9.30. a.nu * nd J? dy „ ?«"«ipal wiU b» S,TT£ and i P ?iL on MONDAY, the 20th mat, to Enrol New Pupils. Eqr prospsutusea ofc both- Sebools apply to G; MACANDREW, Secretary to Board of Governors,
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