AMUSEMENTS. pRINO E S R'S THEATRE. Postively the ONE OF THE BEST L AST ONE OF THE BEST TWO ONE OF THE BEST NIGHTS! ONE OF THE BEST -, An-1 No Repetition during the Season o£ BLAND HOLT’S Brilliant Military Spectacle ONE OF THE BEST. ONE THE BEST. ONE OF THE BEST ONE OF THE BEST ONE OF THE BEST ONE OF THE BEST ONE OF THE BEST . Spitkling •with Life, Brightness, and V Vigor. V . r Filled-with Genuine Interest. Undoubtedly, Undeniably, Unquestionably tha Most Picturesque and Finest Constructed Drama seen in Dunedin.for Years. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PEOPLE On the Stage at One Time I POSITIVELY THE. LAST TWO NIGHTS ! POSITIVELY THE: LAST .TWO NIGHTS* SATURDAY EVENING NEXT First Production in New Zealand of the Up-to-date Sporting Spectacle, THE DERBY .WINNER THE DERBY WINNER. . Prices: 4s, 2s 6d, Is. Box Plan ot Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s, 1.0.0. F. BjIARBWBLL SOCIAU tendered to Bro. JU 1 Fred. A. Hancock, Grand Warden, by the, Reb-kah, Subordinate, and Degree Lodges of the Dunedin District, will be held in the Albany street Hall TO-MORROW, October Ist, 1897. Tickets obtainable from N.G.s and Secretaries, J. H. HINTON, Ssc. Social Committee. AUCTIONS. 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 (End Ibaoh), WILTON PILE AND TURKEY CARPETS, SADDLE-BAG CHESTERFIELD COUCH, SADDLE-BACK EASY, CHAIRS, HANDSOME MIRROR-BACK SIDEBOARD, WHITE-AND-GOLD OVERMANTEL (Bevel Plates), SIGNED PROOF ENGRAVINGS (Long), OIL AND WATER COLORS, by English and Colonial Artists. Dining Room Suite, Dining Table, MAGNIFICENT BEDROOM SUITE, Dresden China Ornaments, Heavy Curtains, SET OF GOLF CLUBS, ELECTRO-PLATE, Crystal, Crockery, Knick-knacks, HALL AND BEDROOM FURNITURE, Kitchen Furniture and Utensils, Etc., etc. Catalogues now ready. T>ARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. 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. On view from 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon. FRIDAY MORNING. Ist OCTOBER, 10.15 sharp. MORITZSON AND HOPKIN will offer by auction, 50 cases Fiji bananas (a nice sample, in grand order) 60 cases Hobart apples. TO-MORROW, . 10.30 a.m, POULTRY. Turkeys, Ducks, Hens, and Roosters. .TAGO FRUIT AND PRODUO] AGENCY. o TO-MORROW, Ist OCTOBER, At 11 o'olooK, BY AUCTION. 25 oases Selected Bananas 40 cases Apples, £YREIG, WILLCOOKS. AND CC TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), Ist OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock sharp. WEEKLY PRODUCE SALE. POULTRY, BACON, POTATOES, Em m E. SHIEL Al# Tl CC E. SHIEL A D Jetty street. SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, At 11 o’clock.; To Hotelkeepers and others. Trades and Labor Demonstration Day Spoi etc., to be held on the Caledonian Ground on Wednesday, 13th October, 1897. SALE OF BOOTHS AND PRIVILEGES JAMBS SAMSON AND O have received instructions from the Sec tary (Mr Foreman) to sell by auction, at tl Rooms, Hotel and luncheon booths, fruit and c feotionery stalls, etc. No reserve. Sale commences sharp at 11 o’clock. SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO ORGAN, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND O have received instructions from the ow to roll by auction, ftttheir Koomr, - Furniture, etc., including—tv alnut' pia piano stool, organ (by Seymour and O embossed velvet and plush suite, leather sui Brussels carpet, "hj. rugs, superior brass fern and irons, cedar bookcase, mahogany tal folding, occasional, and fancy chairs Viei chairs, overmantel, massive hanging lamp (w lustres), curtain poles, 14-day clock, baml whatnots, dining table, dinner and tea i cruet, e.p. spirit kettle, tea tables, piotm cedar hall stand, massive duchesse table i marble washstand (inlaid with maple), bedro ware, mirror-door wardrobe, duchesse draw/ tile wasbstands, full-Scotch and toilet ohe picker chairs, doubler and single iron and w beasteads. spring, wire, and flock matfcrea palliasses, kapok beds, carpet square, linolet kitchen dresser, sola, kitchen and cooking pliances, wringer, copper boiler, letter pn Venetian blinds, range, grinds to sheer-legs and blocks, filter, hedge shears, of tabic, eta, eta, etc. BOARD AND EFSIDENOE. lOKBE’B FAMILY. HQ TEL, J CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Peopbietob. Telephone 231. P.0.80x 291. BOARD and Lodging Wanted by young Man; north end preferred. Address stating terms, to “Quiet,” Stab Office. VACANCIES for. Lady and Gentleman Boarders; terms moderate. Furnish! c! Apartments. ■ Second house right side Scotland street., ■*.■;.= ; for few; Lady, Gentlemen , Boarders; central, comfortable, -and moderate. Newington House, confer High and Hope streets, • ; ;V. .
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