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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Issue 10438, 6 October 1897
AMUSEMENTS. T> B;I NO JJ SS'S . T H EAIEB, LAST T\VO NIGHT.i"oF : - LAST TWO NIGHTS' OF ' : r,«^ m TflE DERBY WINNER. BLAND, THE DERBY WINKER. „ '.„■ ■„ THE DERBY WINNER. Magnificent Sportmg THE DERBY WINNER. THIS DBRBY WINNER, Spectacle. • THE DERBY WINNER, ™ ;„„„ THE DERBY WINNER. TO-NIGHT THE DERBY WINNER. / WB .r;«™«.«.. THE-DERBY WINNER. (WEDNESDAY) THE DERBY WINNER. THE DERBY WINNER. And THE DERBY WINNER. THE DERBY WINNER. TO - MORROW THE DERBY WINNER. THE DERBY WINNER, (THURSDAY). THE DERBY WINNER. POSITIVELY LAST TWO NIGHTS OF The Derby Tbial, The Regijiektal Ball, The Sale at Tatteksall's, The Race fob; the Debbt. FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, First Production in Dunedin of the Stirrinp Anglo-African Melodramatic Novelty, FOR ENGLAND. FOR ENGLAND. FOR ENGLAND. Prices: 15,.2s 63, Is. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Dav Tickets at Jacobs's. gT. PAUL'S SCHOOLROOM. FRIDAY, Bth OCTOBER, At 8 p.m. MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT, Undepthe auspices of the St. Paul's M.L Association. Songs, etc., by our leading Vocalists and Instrumentalists. To be followed by the Sparkling Comedietta, ' AFTER A STORM COMES A CALM.' 1 auctions: THURSDAY, 7th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. .' ' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO. ORGAN, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions to Bell by auction, at their Rooms, Furniture, etc., including— Walnut piano by Chas. Begg and Co., organ by Seymour, tapestry suite, sideboard, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, fer,der andirons, coal vase, occasional chairs, pictures, large mirror, 14-day clock, bookcase and cheffonier. whatnot, octagon and tea tables, cruets, tea sets,, cutlery, glassware, wool rugs, Vienna and easy chairs, leather couch, dining table, curtain poles, double and single iron, ord wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flock mattresses, kapok bedf>, mirror-door wardrobe, full-Sqotch and toilet chests, duchesse drawers, superior bedroom pair, fancy ware, tile washstandß, carpet squares, chairs, linoleum, kitchen dresser, sofa, kitchen and cookery appliances. Also, treacle cans, sewing machine, steps, copper boiler, wringer, lawn mower, grindstone, letter-press, rope, 1 safety bicycle, Etc., etc., etc. FRIDAY, Bth OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. At the Premises, Bay View road, South Dunediu (removed to Mr H. Alexander's Yard for convenience). Under Power of Bill of Sale. >ARK. REYNOLDS, AND CO. are instructed to sell by auction, as above, 18-passenger drag and harness, in first-class order Hawker's covered express Covered spring cart, suitable for hawker, nearly new 2 spring drays and harness 2 sets spring-cart harness 4- horses. Also, Light spring cart Bradley cart and harness Waggonette to carry eight persons, in firstclass order. Other entries received. FRIDAY, Bth OCTOBER. Crown Yards, Balclutha. *AOL EA N AND 00. . will sell by auction, 250 hoggets 250 fat sheep 2 draught horses. L. MACLEAN, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 9th OCTOBER, 1897, At 12 noon. MARINE VILLA at St. Clair, corner ForbMy road and Arthur street. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed by Mr Hannah, who is leaving New Zealand, to offer by public auction, at their Booms, Rattray street, on Saturday, the 9th inßt., at 12 o'clock noon, - • His freehold property, being section 27, Stu Clair, corner of Forbury (main) road and Arthur street, containing 31 poles, with substantial 7-roomed House, plastered throughout, with gas and every convenience; and presently occupied by F. W. Ibbotson, Esq. The grounds are tastefully laid out, and the property commands a pleasant view. Forfurtherpirticularsandoardsto view apply to THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, Rattray street .MEETINGS. THE SEW HOY BIG BEACH GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an J3I EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEET; ING of the Sew Hoy Big Beach Gold Mining Company, Limited, will be hold at the Chamber of Commerce, Dunedin, on'MONDAY, the 18tli day of October, 1897, at 8 o'clock p.m. BusiKESS: . 1. To Confirm a Special Resolution passed at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held on the fourth day of October, instant—viz.: "That the Company be wound up voluntarily." 2, To Appoint a Liquidator for the purpose of Winding-up the said Company and to fix the remuneration of such Liquidator. Dated this 6th day of October, 1897. By order of the Directors. THOMAS CALLENDER, Secretary. J OTAGO ANNUAL REGATTA. |HE ANNUAL MEETING in connection . with above Regatta will be held in the Port Chalmers Hotel on FRIDAY, the Bth inst. at 8 p.m. "' All interested are requested to attend. GEO. HENDRY, Hon. Socretary. A MEETING OF MASTER PALTERS will be held in the Criterion Hotel on FRIDAY, the 9th inst., at 8 p.m., to Consider the Ruleß of the Painters' Industrial Union. K. F. SMITH, Convener. LABOR DAY COMMITTEE. A GENERAL MEETING of COMMITTEE will be held in Trades Hall TO-MORROW (Thursday) NIGHT, 7th inst., at 8 o'clock. Full meeting requested. Business important. APPLICATIONS FOR GATEMEN. Applications for Gatemen for Sports will be received till 8 p.m. on FRIDAY Next, October 8, at Art Union Shop, George street. D. H. FOREMAN, Secretary. SHIPPING. GIO BATTA BEVEBJNO, From New York. nnHE ABOVE VESSELhaviri »-*- been, "reported at H.M. Customs, Consignees are requested to Pass Entries, Present Bills of Lading, and Pay Freight to the undersigned. The vessel will Discharge at the crow wharf, and the Captain's attention must be called to any Damage before Goods are removed therefrom, • . ' . ' BATES, SISE, AND 00.,
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