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AMUSEMENTS. Q I 'T 'V HA L L. THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY {under the patronage of the Canterbury and Otaeo Football Teams). TO-NIGHT (Saturday), SEPTEMBBR 18th, Another Great Attraction: THE COLLEEN BAWN. The Great Water Cave Scone. Popular Prices: Is 6d, Is,' 6d. In the presencj of the Canterbury and Otago Football Team, who have reserved seats rr« »,r„™, in tho Dress Circle. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! Second and Final Appearance of I THE ROSCIUS DRAMATIC SOCIETY I In the Charming Comedy Drama FATE'S DECREE. Received Last Evening with rounds of applause by a crowded and delighted Audience. Dress Cirole, 2s 6d ; Stalls, ls6d;Pit, Is. )ay Sales at Jacobs's, Braithwaite's, Dickinson s, Hendy 'a, and Hungerford's. Box Plan at Dresden. Doors open 7.15, curtain at 8. Carnages at 10.39. GRICULTURAL HALL. DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SPRING SHOAV, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. Show Opens at 1 p.m. Admission, Is. GRAND MUSICAL PROMENADE at 7.30. Selections by the Garrison Band (Mr S. George, conductor). JOHN H. EVERY, Secretary. DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SPRING saow. NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS : ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY, 20th, At Cafe Continental, or Pryor's. All EXHIBITS to bo staged by 10 a.m. sharp WEDNESDAY. Implement Hall Open for ExhiMts TUESDAY AFTERNOON and 7 a.m. WEDNESDAY. Shows Open at 1 p.m. JOHN H. EVERY, Secretarv. Note.—Schedule No. 87 reads : Narcissi, three blooms of each; Hyacinth?, Anemones, one bloom of each. ORAY PLAGE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. OPENING OF THE NEW ORGAN. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, At 8 o'clock. GRAND ORGAN RECITAL. Organists: Messrs A. J. Barth, W. E. Taylor, J. Timson, and D. Cooke ; Assisted by Miss Milly Jacobs, Mr James Jago, and the Church Choir. Admission ... ONE SHILLING. Programmes and Tickets at Beggo's, Braithwaite's, and Wise's. WELCOME TO CAPTAIN ROBIN. \ COMPLIMENTARY DINNER IX HIE GARRISON HALL On WEDNESDAY, the 22nd September, 1897, At 7 p m. The ADDRESSES and MUSICAL PROGRAMME to commence at 8 30, when the GALLERY WILL BE OPEN TO LIDIES at a charge of 2s for Adults. Tickets for the Dinner (ss) can be had from ARTHUR M. SIDEY, Hon. Sec.

COMPLIMENTARY SMOKE CONCERT TO ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS. [IHE COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT L desire to tender their most sincere THANKS to those Gentlemen who bo generously gave their semces at the Concert last night, also-to the various Firms who donated gifts in aid of earn?. All of these will doubtless be gratified to know that the gathering passed off with the ereatest Mat. S. N. BROWN, Chairman. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. SETTINGS of EGGS of MINORCA, LEGHORN, ORPINGTON, ana FIRST CROSS FOWLS can Be supplied on application to the Superintendent, Lunatic Asylum, SDacliff; price, 3s 61 per dozen (p;cked). Also, COCKERELS at from 6s 6d to 9s each, in coops. JOHN D. RITCHfE, t» . . -• Secretary. Department of Agriculture, Wellington, 11th September, 1897. AUCTIONS.MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'olock. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, FANOY GOODS, Etc. J'AMES SAMSON AND CO. will sell by auotion, at their Rooms, Drapery, etc., inoluding All-wool dress materials, navy serge, ladies' and children's jackets, ulsters, capeß, men's and youths' suits, shirts, flannels, calico, sheeting, twill, flannelette, tweed, blue serge, towels, apron licen, holland, table linen, hose, half-hose, flannel, cretonne, Bhir.ting, forfar, curtain*, blankets, quilts, mantel drapes, timppiaces, and fancy work, etc , etc., etc. Without reserve. MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 11 a.m. 50 cases D.E. Tahiti Oranges 20 cases Forget-me-not Bananas 6 gunnies Canterbury Onions. OTAGO FRUIT AND PRODUCE . AGENCY. SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, At 1 o'clock. PAWNBROKER'S PALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, In their New Auction Rooms, Prince-street, near Jttty street.

!. SHI E L AND CO. have received instructions from Mr W. tbill, Manager of the liallarat Pawn Office, 176 Princes street, to sell by public auction, as above, The largest assortment of unredeemed pledges ever offered in Duneriin, Particulars of which will be publit bed shortly. MONDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, At 10.15 o'clock. MORITZSON AND HOPKIN will offer by auction, on Monday morning, 20th inst., at 10.15, ex Tarawera, Sydney oranges, Tahiti oranges, lemons, bananas, and Uobart apples. CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS. "WEDNESDAY, 22nd SEITEMBKR, 1837, At 2 30 o'clock. At Ceutral Auction Booms, High street. MAGNIFICENT FREEHOLD FARM. I OTAGO PENINSULA. OTAGO FENINSULA, Containing 104 .bCRES, Known as LOCHEND FARM, The property of the 'ate Wm. Sanderson, TOM AH AW K BAY. EVILLE SIEVffRIGHT, i acting under instructions from Messrs A. Nichol and AVilliim Stewart, trustees in the estate of the late Wm. Sanderson, will submit to public auction, on Wednesday, the 22nd September, at 2 30 p.m. shaip, All that Parcel of Land being Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23. Block VII., Anderson's Bay District, Sections 5 and 2?, Block VIL, Otago Peninsula District, and Sections 3, 5, and 7, Block 111., Tomahawk Valley District, containing " 104 acres 2 roods and 29 poles (more or less). There are Two Dwelling-houses on the farm —one of six rooms, the other of five rooms—with all possible conveniences, and water laid on. Large and Substantial BYRE for 50 COWS, barn, turnip house (with pulper), thresher and chaffcutter (with both, horse and windmill power), large 6-stalled stable, and all other necessary farm outbuildings. Large and productive orchard. The fencing is substantial and in good repair, and the land is well watered. This-farm is absolutely WITHOUT EXCEPTION the finest on the Otago Peninsula, and the Auctioneer has the utmost confidence in recommending it to intending purchasers. Full particulars can be obtained and conditions of Bale and plan inspected at the office of THE AUCTIONEER, High street (corner of Arcade); Or at Messrs DUNCAN AND MACGREGOR'S | (Solicitors for the Trustees), Princes street, Dunedin,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 10423, 18 September 1897

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