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AMUSEMENTS. KIN OB S S'S TH E A TB&SATUKDAY EVENING* NEXT, SEPT. 25. RETURN' ■--',' ' v ~~ r ':';■' EETURN RETURN with V':' RETURN with '■■".. RETURN with a : V V RETURN witha "> ' RETURN with a New '"' RETURN with a New' RETURN with a New Repertoire ' RETURN with a New Repertoire. , BL A-ND HOLT i AND . '"-:■''■• HIS PREMIER ORGANISATION In one of the Latest Dramatic Purchases, A Military Drama of Deepest Interest, entitled ONE OF THE BEST "~v ONE OF THE BEST " ONE OF THE BEST ONE OF THE BEST. FIVE WEEKS Theatre Royal, Sydney. FIVE WEEKS FIVE WEEKS Theatre Royal, Melbourne. Illustrated by a Series of BRILLIANT TABLEAUX & MAGNIFIGENT SCENES. Prices: 4s, 2s 6d, and ONE SHILLING. Box Plan at Dresden Piaro Depot. Day Tickets atJacoba's. fj I T Y HAL L. THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22nd, The Evergreen Drama of Irish Life (by , Dion Bouoicault) > 1 THE COLLEEN BAWN. Received on Saturday Evening with Shrieks o£ Laughter and Thunders of Applauße. Myles na Coppaleen. ... Mr Albebt Lucas. N.B.—Don't miss the Great Water Cave Scene—a revelation. LAST NIGHT OF THE COLLEEN BAWN. POPULAR PRICES: Dress Circle, Is 6d ; Stalls, Is; Pit, 6d. Day sales Simpson's and Jacobs'?, DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S. SPRING SHOW. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), SEPT. 22, Show Opens at 1 p.m. Admission, Is. Afternoon Tea and Light Refreshments obtain-. able at the Hall. GRAND MUSICAL PROMENADE at 7.3 Q. Selections by the Garrison Band (Mr S. George, conductor). Exhibits received through the Implement Hall THIS EVENING before eight, And at 7 a.m. TO-MORROW. All EXHIBITS to be staged by 10 a.m. sharp, JOHN H. EVERY, Secretary. AGRICULTURAL .HALL. GRAND FLORAL FETE And ™W?.IP ,r0 - LB gymkhana. . FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPT. 24 and 25, Afternoons and Evenings. GRAND PROCESSION-OF BICYCLES • Tortoise Race! Bicycle Steering! 37 COMPETITIONS FOR PRIZES ! Tickets (One Shilling) at Dresden, Horaburgh's, Braithwaite's, Edwards's, etc. Notice to Competitors.—lt is ■ requested that all artioles for competition be sent to the Hall early on Friday Morning, from 8.30, as judging will commence at noon prompt. EDITH WOODHOUSE )„ i ' J. A. TURTON, / Hon Becß - On behalf of St. Matthew's Guild. MORAY PLACE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. OPENING OF THE NEW ORGAN THIS (Tuesday) EVENING). Admission One Shilling* AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 22nd SEPTEMBER, At half-past 2 o'clock. GENERAL STOREKEEPERS' SUNDRIES, Removed for Sale at Rooms. M. SPEDDING • will Bell on Wednesday First, Teas, sugars, tobacco, groceries, and general store goods; ales, spirits, patent medii cine?, etc. Also, Fireproof safe, lar™ coffee-mill, tea-mixer, leitor.prcsß, wheelbarrow, demijohns, etc., eto. • J ' Without reserve CENTRAL AUCTION ROOMS. WEDNESDAY, 22nd SEPTEMBER, 1897, . At 2.30 o'clock. At Central Auotion Booms, High street. MAGNIFICENT FREEHOLD FARM, OTAGO PENINSULA OTAGO PENINSULA, Containing 104 ACRES, Known as LOOHEND FARM, The property of the late Wm. Sanderson. TOMAHAWK BAY. "VT EVILLE SIEVW RIGHT, _LI acting under instructions from Messrs A. Nichol and William 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. sharp, All that Parcel of Land being Sections 19, 20, 21. 22, and 25. Block VII., Anderson's Bay District, Sections 5 and 22, Block VII., Otago Peninsula Distriot, and Seotions 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 tho farm —one of six rooms, the other of five rooms—with all po3siblo conveniences, and water laid on. Large and Substantial BYRE for 50 COWS, barn, turnip houso (with pulper), thresher and chaffcutter (with both horso and windmill power), largo 6-stallcd 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 reninsula, and the Auctioneer has the utmost confidence; in recommending it to intending purchasers. t Full particulars can be obtained and oondi* tions of sale and plan inspected at the office of THE AUCTIONEER, High street (corner of Arcade); Or at . . Blespm.lWN'fiA'N' INTI Af Annnrarsrm'c ' ...(solicitors for the Trußtees),?*sv> '/ WEDNESDAY, 22nd SEPTEMBER, 1897* At 2.30 o'clock. Auction Rooms, Manse street,' BICYCLES! BICYCLES! aS. VALEN TI NB • has received instructions to offer by public auction, '.'■•.. - ■ An assortment of ladles' and gentlemen's bioycleß of various makes, now. and second-hand machines, at low valuations. THURSDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. E.P. WARE, SINGER SEWING MACHINE, •Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND. 00. -have received instructions from the Owner to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Furniture, etc., including— Walnut piano by Cocks and Co., piano stool, sideboard, bookcase, books, tapestry suite, Brussels carpet 12ft x 13ft 6m, y.p. hearthrugs, ; brass fenders' and irons,' coal vaee, whatnot, cruet, e p. spirit kettle, e.p. buttercooler,Bllv'olfaney occasional chairs m tapestry and plash, Vienna chairs, folding- chairs, curtains; antles, ball stand, wicker chairs, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattresses, kapok bed| blankets, cradle, cot, wardrobe, full-Scotch «.ests, waehstands, ware. squares, linolew , copper boiler, wririge'rMetterpress; brass, pan, saucepans, perambulator, superior go-cart; d.b.b.l gun, 30ft ladder, sink, .lawn-mower,couch, stove. Also, latest improved .Sineer.aewjb3g machine (vibrating ahuttle), as good as new, etc., etc., etc, .' ■--•'.' r LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between Saturday Notes. Reward, on returning lit Bull, fruiterer, George sheet; . '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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