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AMUSEMENTS. T> BIN OB S S'S T H BAT BE, LAST mGHT BUT ONE OF BLAND, HOLT'S Enormous Spectacular Suocess FOR ENGLAND. FOR ENGLAND. FOR ENGLAND. i.«„ "TO-NIGHT,.; LAST NIGHf BUT ONE OF ™.«~ „ FOR ENGLAND. GRAND CYCLISTS' THEATRE PARTY, Including Members ef the following Clubs : Ota,d, Dunediii, University, .Railway,,and - Mimiro (ladies' club); Tickets obtainable from the Secretaries. LAST NIGHT BUT ONE of THE THE MEET. LAST NIGHT BUT ONE of : THE TBAGEDY AT THE ABBEY. LAST NIGHT BUT ONE of the GRAPHIC MILITARY SPECTACLES FIGHTING FOR* FAME AND HONOR "i« boerland; POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OF THH "WONDERFUL BATTLE TABLEAU And its Marvellously Realistic Explosion Effects. THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, Last Production But One of tie Season, IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUL'S IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUL'S. ~„.-•■ Which recently in Melbourne "achieved;the ■ Phenomenal Run of Seven Consecutive -'."■ Weeks. Prices: 4s, 2s 6d,ls. Box Plan at DresdenPianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs'*. Overture at 7.50; Curtain, 10.45. auctions^ WEDNESDAY, 13th OCTOBER, -At 11.30 aim.. 1 . At Burnside Saleyards. GRAIN-FED PIGS. 'BIGHT* STEPHENSON, AND CO. will sell by auction, at above time and place, . -y v.."'• 40 grain-fed bacon pigs. \, ; Alßo, ' ->'-': 40 well-bred stores and porkers. l WEDNESDAY, 13th OCTOBER, 1897, At 9.30 a.m, sharp, BY AUCTION. MELBOURNE BANANAS, PINES, Exo. OTA GO FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENCY., THURSDAY, 14th OCTOBER, . At 11 a.m. -'•'" BY AUCTION. Bananas, Sydney Oranges, Lemons, Mandarins, Pines, Passion . Fruit, Rhubarb, etc., etc., and 200 cases Hobart Apples. FRUIT AND PRODUCE f AGENCY.

THURSDAY. 14th OCTOBER, ' _ At2o'clooK. At Rooms, Bowling Btreet. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, Eto. JAMBS SAMSON AND 00. have-received instructions to sell by auction, Furniture, etc., including— - Cheffonier, tapestry, suite, : walnut piano, piano stool, octagon and tea tables, brass fenders and irons, Brussels carpet, hearthrugs, coal vase, curtain pole, dinner and tea sets, cruet, 8-day clock-, Vienna and easy chairs, • tapestry and plush chairs, superior pictures, whatnots, super, hanging lamp, birds, flowers in glass shades, donble and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring, wire, and flqok mattresses, kapok bed, blankets, superior cedar duchessS cheat, fullScotch and S-drawer chests, duohesse drawers and tables, maible and tile washstands, ware, carpet squares, wardrobe, toilet .tables, kitchen dresser, sofa, Eewing machine, wringer, kitchen and cooking appliances, rocking-chair, grindstone, barrow, copper boiler, eta, etc., etc.FRIDAY, 15th OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock. -V At Rooms, Manse street. By order of the U.S.S. Company, Ltd. LEFT LUGGAGE FROM THE VARIOUS' STEAMERS. ARK, REYNOLDS, AND 00. are instructed by the U.S.S. Company, Ltd., to sell br auction, the Left Luggage from their various steamers, THE ACCUMULATION OP 44 YEARS. Comprising—Jewellery, portmanteaux, hand« bigs, gladstones, Bwajrs, clothing, deok chairs, blankets, sundries of all kinds. SHIPPING. PORTOBELLO FERRY TAREWAI. LABOR DAY. Av--*S. nP H F TAREWAI will ' A leave Port on arrival trains, which will leave ' Dunedin 7.40, 10.0,12.10, ,„ ~ S Portobello at 7.45. 10.45, 1215,3.30,6.30. Return Tickets Dunedin and Pelicbet Bay Stations. ' *■■ LABOR DAY EXCURSIONS. ! S..S. ONSLOW will run the above - EXCURSIONS to Macandrews, Broad Bay, and Portobello, leaving Jetty street wharf at 10 a.m. and 2.20 p.m., returning from Portobello at 4.30 p.m. ' Fares ... Is each way. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OK NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as under'— KETTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers Jo all West Coaßt ports)— Talune 12078 j Thur.,- 0ct,14 (''Sunedtn Rotorua 926 Friday, Oct. 15 3 Dunedin Mararoa 2508 Tuesday, Oct. 19 2.30 train NAPIER, GISBORNE, and AUOKLAND-. Mararoa 125981 Tuesday, Oct. 19 12.30 train SYDNEY via WELLINGTON— Talune 12078 ] Thursday, Oct. 14 14 Dunedin Tarawera 20031 Thursday, Oct. 21 2.30 train SYDNEY via AUCKLAND— Mararoa 125981 Tuesday, Oct. 19 1130 train Walton 2003 Tuesday Nov. 2 &30 train MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBARTManapouri 117831 October 17 |sDunsdin Waikare J 30711 Monday, Oct. 25 13DunedS AK4ROA, WELLINGTON, PIOTON. . and NELSON- ' Omapere* J 6011 Friday, Oct. 16 I BDunedln Connna 11279 I Friday, Oct. 22- 5 Dunedin * Via New Plymouth and Greymouth (transbips at Wellington fnr Piston. WaluCnl ** LYITELTON, WELLINGTON, and ~' NEW PLYMOUTH-*-Herald I 573 I Wed., Oct 20 15 Dunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJL and SYDNEY (From Auckland) — Taviuni 11465 ! Wednesday, October 20 For SUVA and LEVUKA (from. Auckland)Hauroto 11988 ! Wednesday, November 3 For TAHITI and RARATONGA (From Auckland)— Upolu 111411 Wednesday, October 27 CARGO RECEIVED AT DONEDINFor s.s. Till Day. Wharf Talune _ 2 p.m. Thursday Tonane * Manapoun Noon Saturday Tongue Rotorua Noon Friday Rattray atrpp* aero 2p.m. , Friday Rattray ft Co.'s Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTRALIA. TO LET. T° *;ET (in City), new Five-roomed House, John Hmus. m^Wn * ?nV - nien ° eSJ WsweeU ySavings Bank. Fred Smith, Dunedin TO LET (London street), 7-roomeaHonse; bath, etc ; 153. John Reid and Sons. Savings Bank. Fred Smith, Dunedia TO LET (Morningtonl, Seven-roomed House (every convenience), near English. Church, Apply Da vies's. Drapery Store.: :• ; . ... TO LET, Four-roomed Boose, Clerk street, North-cast Valley. Apply to Mrs Wbite, Clerk street. .; .'v : O LET, Suite Front I Messrs Jowitt and Co. stable, Leith street north.; one 5 and and one 4-rddnied (new; boiler and every coii. vemence), Walker street. Apply F.Meenaa. Kingstreet - - c .. ~~» • t --b t «• , - ,-i. -APPV» Saturday evening, H. L. Mainland; Burkes. . TO LBT, comfortable Four-roomed House r ~.„» S J* David street, near Clyde street (on, hiyx, Apply within. ; :. TO LET, BUILDING LBASB.Two Quarter acre Sections (separate); Leeß'street. ?RBJ? §MITH, Choich. Factor, - " ';■'■"; ■:■-':-/-.'.'l -Ji?

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Star, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 Evening Star, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897