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AMUSEMENTS. X> B I NOESS'S IHBAIE B. A StertrmgSnrprige!' A Popular ProductionJ the- Audience on '-Saturday. Evening gave the Hhartifii /.{ Receptions to BLAND HOLT'S ..rcor;,l flreat Spvctvuh'y Attraction, the Mag-niiu-cnt Drucy L a!l ...>',,ortin B Melodrama, TEfE DERBY WINNER THE.DERBY WINNER THE DERBY WINNER w» ~ DERBY WINNER. Written by Sir Augustus Harris, Cecil Raleigh. „, _. , and Henry Hamilton. witu "überof Bnlha t Repartee and Pungent Wit, raised the Drama to the Highest and Best Position in Modern Stage Literature. The Artistio Representation made Forcibly Attractive by the Members of the POPULAR PREMIER COMBINATION. The Marvellous Stage Pictures the SuMect of General Comment and Loudly-expressed Admiration. The norgcous Costuming and Dressing a Special Feature. Tlie Derby Trial on Malton Down?. The Guttering Regimental Ball. A Blaze of Electric Light, Color, anl . Gay Effect. THE SALE AT TAI TERSALL'S. A Scene of Exhilarating Excitement. THE SADDLING PADDOCK. '. ■ And the . REALISTIC RACE FORTHE DERBY. Prices : 4s. 2a 6d, Is. Box PJan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot.; "" Day Tickets at Jacobs's. HOWE STREET HALL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 6th, C„ at 8 p.m. HILDREN'S FESTIVAL AND GRANDr CONCERT, As-iisted by the N.E. VALLEY. BAND. A most varied programme of items by Firstclass Amateurs will be given. Two hours' Amusement and Enjoyment for - : - ~ „ (6d)Sixpence. •• •■ I rroceeds for Recreation Purposes and Improving | Ground opposite Botanical Gardens. I H. J. DUNCAN, '.-'.' Per Committee! auctions; TUESDAY, sth OCTOBER, 1897, At 2 o'clook. '■:■-. Auction Rooms, Manse street. •RUMS DAMAGED NAILS, IRON SAFES, DOUBLE AND SINGLE-BARRELLED GUNS. ....... HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS : VALENTINE • will offer by public auction, as above, Goods, Furuitnre, etc. (removed to rooms for convenience of sale), including—Quantity of roofing and other nails (damaged by rust), iron safes by Withers, number of d.b. and s.b. guns, game bag, r.p. dining table (Bft), r.p. dnches'o chests, tables, and washstands, walnut overmantel (bevelled glass), chests drawers, r.p. sideboard, chairs, sofas, washstands and ware, bedsteads, bedding, fenders, fireirons, kitchen dresser, linoleum, perambulator, go-cart, lawn mower, etc, etc. Bicycle Sale as usual on WEDNESDAY, 6th at 2.30. New machines at less than half-price. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), Sth OOTOBEP, At 11 o'clock. At Rooms, Manße street. 57 ca«es Oranges 41 cases Mandarins. "DARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), sth OCTOBER, At 10 o'clock sharp. At Auction Rooms, Princes street. 300 cases Hobart Apples (ex Waikare), A Choice Assortment of First Grade Fruit, in splendid condition. Also, 35 cases Lemons. TE, S HI E L AND CO.. • Princes and Jetty streets. SATURDAY, 9th OCTOBER, At 1 o'clock sharnContinuation of the GREAT SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES From the Ballarat Loan Office. In their New Auction Rooms, Princes street, near Jetty street. M BS SRS T. EriHIEL AND CO. will sell by public auction, as above, under instructions from the Manager of the Ballarat Loan Office, The Balance of Pledges unsold from Saturday last, consisting of— Gold and silver watches and jewellery of every conceivable kind, boots, blankets, clothing, firearms, fireirons, books, saddles and bridles, etc. Terms cash.' - ■* The Proprietors bog to apologise to those intending purchasers of the saddles and : but the list being- roch.la long one it v possible to reach them. They will be t early at Saturday's sale. "" "*' WEDNESDAY, 6th INST., At half-past 2 o'clock. ■M. SP E D.DI '.&■■%: > will sell, . -; • ■■■' • 50 walnut overmantels, (assorted-kinds) 24 brass-mounted bedsteads' (all extra high Landed ex Oamaru. Samples now on view. WEDNESDAY, 6th OCTOBER, - ; ' X' At 2 o'clock. • , ' ■'• ,''•.! Sale by Auction, the Premises, Hanover street!' T. ~ „ faPl'Osite Short streetj. - AMES SAMSON AND CO. have been favored with instructions from Mr James Wilson (who is leaving Dunedin) to sell by auction, the whole of his Household Furmtwe, including-4 hair-bottom ol couch /spring bottom), carpets, fender, fli " , ohairs, round tables, mantelpiece „. pictures, double and single bedsteads, mattresses' Scotch chest of drawers, duchesses, drawers and pan, kitchen table, ohairs, colonial sofa, kitchen and cooking utensils, laundry appliances, wheelbarrow, carpenter's tools, pieces of timber, lumber, and a l»»i»a in* nt ___j>_.__ - . * -■ etc, etc M4lD.liWliim!M and outhouses thereoD. '* Mr and Mrs Wilson having received the posiUoa of wardsman and matron for the Dnwtan not sold the house will auctioneers. «.umreSATURDAY, 9th OCTOBER, 1897 At 12 noon. ' MaRINE VILLA at StTdair, earner Forburv road and Arthur street. ' THE PERPETUAL~TRUSTEES. ESTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OFS - j, .« om i o. elock noon,. His freehold property, being seotion 27, St. every convenie occupied by F. W. Ihbotson, Esq" V ' The grounds are tastefully laid out, aid the property commands a pleasant view. For further particulars and cards to view apply ZEALAND, LIMITED, Battray Btreet bO3T &ffll yoTTND. LAST Days of Macedo'3- Closing Sale Further Reductions Books, Music Picl tuees, Stationery at 202 Princes otreet; T OST (Sunday), Gold Chain Brooch. Finder of ErinXff ° aretUming *° *«***■* L OST \ *"« night, between Garrison Halt «* n±^u iT&it > Gold Vitdi r^own '; *•* TTMBRELLA left yesterday at 2 jkvl by th#

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10436, 4 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 10436, 4 October 1897

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