AMUSEMENTS. p SINCE SB'S THEATRE. TO-MORROW EVENING, _ SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, TO-MORROW. EVEMNG, . _ 'SATURDAY, First New Zealand Production of BLAND HO L T 4 S -T; ; Latest Dramatic Military Success, Written by Sevjioub Hicks and Georqb ; Kdwaedeb, and eftitled - ONE OF THE BEST : . ONE OP, THE BEST - ;. • OK EOF THE BEST. ; Old-time Favorites, combined with several Artists new to Dunedin, in the Cast " ', of Characters. - ■ ■ - ONE OF THE BEST ONE OF THE BEST. AN ELABORATE SERIES OF SPEC TACULAR TABLEAUX, Descriptive of Picturesque Spots and Military Localities in England. A BRILLIANT COMBINATION OF COLOR AND EFFECT In the following technical episodes THE COURT-MARTIAL; The Solemnity of Ceremony. THE DEGRADATION OF A SOLDIER. A pathetic and impressive incident, founded upon recent fact. THE REINSTATEMENT SCENE. HIGHLAND REGIMENTS IN AUTHENTIC UNIFORMS. • . BRASS BANDS. Life, Brightness, and Exhilaration. : THE PRESENTATION OF THE COLORS. Incidental scenes portraying life in barracks. And introducing PlPf-R-j and SCOTCH DANCERS. ONE OF THE 'BEST ONE OF THE BEST. TO-MORROW EVENING, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. TO-MORROW EVENING, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. Prices : 4s. 2s 6d, and ONE SHILLING.,. , Box Plan at the Dresden. Day Tickets at’ Jacobs’s, AGRICULTURAL HALL. GRAND FLORAL FETE AND BICYCLE GYMKHANA, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 24tb and 25th September. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION! A DELIGHTFUL AUDIENCE 1 MUSIC4.L RIDE This Evening! MAYPOLE This Evening I ' HAT-TRIMMING This Evening ! FLORAL CLUBS This Evening! Etc , Etc. Admission, One Shilling; Children, half-price. Doors open at 2.30 and 7 ; to commence at 3 and 7.30. EDITH WOODHOUSE 0 J. A. TURTON / Hon - Sec - On behalf of St. Matthew’s Guild.
AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD-FURNITURE, PIANO. COLT’S REPEATING RIFLE, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including— Leather suite, sideboard, mahogany table and cover, curtain poles, Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearthrugs, fenders and irons, bookcase and chtffouier, dining table, dinner and tea sets, massive clock, cruet, mantelpiece mirror, Vienna and fancy chairs, octagon table, pictures, armchairs, couch, whatnots, iron and wood bedsteads and bedding, kapok beds, blankets, washstands and tables,, chairs, wardrobe, fullScotoh and toilet chests, duchesse chests and tables, bedroom ware, carpet squares, linoleum, kitchen and cooking appliances, wringer, copper boiler, sewing machine, Zealandia range, washing machine, office table, spring cart, etc., etc , etc. SATURDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, 1897, At 12 o'clock noon. Under conduct of the Registrar of the Supremo Court at Dunedin. Under the provisions of “The Land Transfer Act, 1885,” and the power of sale contained in Memorandum of Mortgage No. 14,637. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions to sell by public auction, at their Rooms, in Dowling street, on the above date, An Estate in fee simple in that piece ol land situated in the Township ot South Dunedin, containing by admeasurement six and five-tenths (6.5) poles, more or less, being Allotment numbered Eleven (11) on a plan of subdivision of (inter alia) part of Allotment One (1), Block Eight (VIII,), of the said township, deposited in the Lands Registry Office at Dunedin as No. 251, Fronting regent STREET; and that piece of land situated in the raid township, containing by admeasurement eight and seventeen one hundredths (8.17) poles, more or less, being Allotment numbered Twenty-eight (23) on a plan of subdivision of (inter alia) Allotments Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), and Five (5), Block Eight (VltL), of the said township, deposited in the Lands Registry Office, Dunedin, as No. 341, FRONTING OXFORD STREET, with the cottage erected on the said allotments. For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to CALLAN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitors, Dunedin Or THE AUCTIONEERS. TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, At 11 o’clock. At Rooms, Manse street. 70 cases Oranges 12 cases Lemons 25 sacks Cocoanuts. J>ARK REYNOLDS, AND 00.
PRELIMINARY NOTICE. FRIDAY, Ist OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. On Premises, Pitt street. By. order of the Executors of the late Dr Jeffcoat. MAGNIFICENT AND COSTLY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (P.ud Ibach), WILTON PILE AND TURKEY CARPETS., SADDLE-BAG CHESTERFIELD COUCH, SADDLE-BACK EASY CHAIRS, HANDSOME MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, GLASS, CRYSTAL, CUTLERY, E.P. WARE! BEDROOM FURNITURE, Etc, Etc. Full particulars in later issues. Catalogues now being prepared. PARK. REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed by the Executors of tba Estate of the late Dr Jeffcoat to sell, as above, by auction, on Friday, Ist October, at 2 o’clock. SATURDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, At 11 o’clock. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyard. FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHT MARES AND GELDINGS. WEIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. .have received instructions from a Southern client to sell by auction; at above time and place, ...... 4 first-class young draught mates and geld* logs; also, 1 stylish pony. SPORTING. jgENBFIT FOOTBALL MATCH. v CALEDONIAN (By kind permission Caledonian Society). SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. PIRATES-KAIKORAI v. COMBINED TEAM. In aid of Maxwell and Davidson, who were I . seriously hurt two months ago.' Admission, Sixpence. Stand, Sixpence extra.
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