CORPORATION NOTICES. STANDS FOR EXPRESS "WAGGONS. TJUBTJO NOTICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN that the City ■ Council-of Dunedin has appointed the following STANDS for EXPRESS WAGGONS, viz. In the Octagon, 3 feet from I.ut paralle l with the kerbing on the east side of the inner circle (near to Dr Burns’s Monument), for not more that eight Espressos at one time. . . . On the south corner of all streets on the west side of Princes and (icorge streets, with the exception of Stafford, Manse, High, and Rattray streets and the Octagon, for One Express only at one time at each corner, the horse’s head in each case to face toward) the main street. Will. B. TAYLOR, Town Clerk, Dunedin, 28th September, 1897. ' Ttjction?. “ “ WEDNESDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER, At half-past 2 o’clock. FANCY INDIAN FURNiTURE IN RATTAN WICKERWORK. Ex Calcutta Steamer. D m. s' pedd in g • will sell on Wednesday Afternoon, 100 chairs and couches. Now on view. AVEDNESDAY, £9th SEPTEMBER, At 11 o’clock. • At Burnside Saleyards. B ICON AND S TORE PIGS. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. will sell, at above time and place, 109 prime bacon and store pigs, from South Canterbury. WEDNESDAY, 291h SEPTEMBER, At half-nast 1 o’clock. SALE BY AUCTION, On the Premises, Lower High street (opposite the Railway Station). ■ ■ JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from Mr D. Robertson (who is retiring from business) to sell by auction, at above time and place, Head-stones, basements, marble cuttings, fencing, sheds, tank, all the tools and requisites required in a monumental yard. No reserve. SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, At 11 o’clock. To Hotelkeepers and others. Trades and Labor Demonstration Day Sports, etc , to be held on the Caledonian Ground on Wednesday, 15th Octob-v, 1897. SALE OF BOOTHS AND PRIVILEGES. JAMES SAMSON AND GO. have received instructions from the Secretary (Mr Foreman) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Hotel and luncheon booths, fruit and confectionery stalls, etc. No reserve. Sale commences sharp at 11 o’clock. WEDNESDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o’clock. On Premises, Main road, Newington, Roslyn (the residence of the late Henry Olapcott). By order of the Executors of the Estate. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO BY SCHULTZ. BAGATELLE BOARD AND CUES, PARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed to sell by auction, Piano (Schultz), Brussels carpets, wool hearthrug, easy chairs, occasional chairs, large upholstered settee, fender and irons, occasional tables, wool mats, vase?, ornaments, dining table, tcahocany bagatelle tabic, balls and cues, r.p. bookcase, easy chairs, Vienna chairs, marble clock, table lamps, linoleum, dinner set, double and single iron bedsteads, washstands and ware, chests of drawers, toilet glasses, towel rails, C hineae matting, kitchen furniture, table mangle, linoleum, gas cooking stove (2 ovens), crockery and cooking utensils, Etc., etc. On view morning of sale. FRIDAY, Ist OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. On Premises, Pitt street, By order of the Executors of the estate of the late Dr Jeffcoat. MAGNIFICENT AND COSTLY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO (Rud Ibach), WILTON PILE AND TURKEY CARPETS, SADDLE-BAG CHESTERFIELD COUCH, SADDLE-BACK EASY CHAIRS, HANDSOME MIRROR-B lOK SIDEBOARD, WHITE-AND-GOLD OVERMANTEL (Bevel Plates), SIGNED PROOF ENGRAVINGS (Long), OIL AND WATER COLOR-*, by English and Colonial Artists. Dining Room Suite, Dining Table, MAGNIFICENT BEDROOM SUITE, Dresden China Ornaments, Heavy Curtains, SET OF GOLF CLUBS, BLEOTRO-PLATB, Crystal, Crockery, Knick-knacks, HALL AND BEDROOM FURNITURE, Kitchen Furniture and Utensils, Etc., etc. Catalogues now ready. ■DARK, REYNOLDS, AND 0 arc instructed by the Executors of i Estate of the late Dr JefTciat to sell, as abo by auction, on Friday, Ist October, at 2 o’clo On view from 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoi WEDNESDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER, 1891 At 2.30 o'clock. Auction Rooms, Manso street. BICYCLES. BICYCLES. HS. VALENTIN • will offer by public auction, as abov An assortment of New and Second-ha Bicylcs. New maebiaea at under halt usual trade pr may be obtained. Entries received up to one o’clock on day of i SeetinqbT MISSION TO THE MAORIS OF THI SOUTH ISLAND. A MEETING will be hold in the Lower of the Congregational Church, M place, on WEDNESDAY, 29th inst., at 8 p to consider and arrange as to the organipatio an Interdenominational Mission to the Ms of the South Island. -Mr Morgan, who, at special request of an interim committee, visited nearly all the Kaiks south of Ch; church, will be in attendance and report.. All who are interested are invited. Rev. R. R. M. Sutherland will preside. mBE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of ■*" the CAVERSHAM CRICKET CLUB will be held in Mr Wootton’a room on THURSDAY EVENING, the 30th inst., at 8 o’clock. Members only are requested to attend. W. W. MACKERSY, ■ Acting Secretary. CALEDONIAN BOWLING 0 THE ANNUAL MEETING of Club will take place at the Hotel on WEDNESDAY BVENINf September, at 8 o’clock. Business; To Elect. Office-bearers and other bi Members requested to attend. GEO. OAPSI
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