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J ; ; AMTTSEMENTS. BIN OK S S'.S IHEAIB B. I- A GENUINE DEMONSTRATION _. .; . v BLAND HOLT'S Production of the>Great Melodramatic Novelty ? .IN SIGHT «IF ST. PAUL'S , . \-IN SIGHT O*" ST. PAXIL'S V■•"IN SIGHT- O*. ST. PAUL'S IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUh'd, : ■-' ■• TV V: "Written; by , :>• I Mr SUTTON, VANB Ihe Eutite Production a Masterly Combination • of Artistia-Repreuentfttion, Kxqnbite Scenic Conceptions, Gorgeous ,Oostuming, and :••'■'. Attractive Novelty. THE ROOF GARDEN \ Picture of i " »,*... LONDON. | -.... r ■ ; THE ASPASIA CLUB, A Brilliant ixarople of Artistic Execution. :.;■:, THE PANTHER'S DEN "•;-. THE PANTHER'S DEN, An Unconvehtiotal Dramatic Scene, culminat- . ,"' ing in the Realistic ; CONFLAGRATION DENOUMENT. I The Audience Roused to Anient Knthusiaßm! AN ABSOLUTE OVATION On the Fall of the Curtain. I ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. ECCLESIASTICAL AND CIVIC CELEBRATION. COMMEMORATION OF BALACLAVA. .Prices :As,-2a 63, Is. Box Plan at Dresden I Pianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs's. st. martin's church, north-east .valley. a nnual sale of work by l \dies' tX. GUILD. The BAZAAK will REOPEN on SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16th. ■ - At 7 o'clock. ' QUIXOTE' by over 50 Children at 7.30 o'clock (repeated by request). Pretty bong's. Elegant Dances. Auction Sales of Surplus Goods at 9.30 o'clock. Admission, Bazaar and Kinderspiel, 6d; Children Half-prioe. Remember!— Last Night of Sale. Last Performance of KinderspieL AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 16th OCTOBER, At 2 o'clock. Sale by Auction of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ORGAN, PrANO, Etc. AMES SAMSON AND CO. w have been favored with instructions to sell by auction, at their rooms, Furniture, etc, including—Tapestry suite, sideboard, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, fender* and irons, curtain poles, cheffonier, 100 table and cover, gilt mirror, piotutes, dining table, dinner and tea se f .s, cruet, whatnot, Japanete tables, occasional chair , Vienna chairs, leather couch, clock, vases, cutlery, glassware, curtain*, double and single ironwood bedsteads, spring, wire, and nook mattresses, kapok beds, blankets, full-Scotch and 5-drawer chests, ducheaee pair, ware, tile washstands, inlaid wardrobe, linoleum, kitchen dresser, copper boiler, perambulatoi, wringer, sofa, kitchen, coosing, and laundiy appliances, eto, etc., etc. SATURDAY. 16th OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyard. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions to sell by auction, at above time and place, 1 bay gelding, first-class dog cart, and set of single harness. MONDAY, 18th OCTOBER, 1897, At 11 o'clock. On the Premises,' Fitzroy Hotel, Cargill road, South Dunedin. ABSOLUTE CLEARING SALE Of ihe entire . FURNITURE, FITTINGS, AND STOCK. <t has /received- instructions to sell by publio auction, bb above, ..Tbe whole of the Furniture, FitUngs, and Stock of the Fitzroy Hotel. . "Without reserve. BOARD AND RFSIDENCE. '8 FAMILY CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station, JAMES HATFIELD, Peopkiktob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. for few Lady, Gentlemen »<»»; central, comfortable, and moderate. Newington House, corner High and Hope streets. EDUCATIONAL. TECHNICAL CLASSES ASSOCIATION. fIHE DISTRIBUTION of DIPLOMAS atd L CERTIFICATES will take place in the Victoria Hall, Crawford street, THIS (Friday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Members of. the Association and those fu» terested in the work are invited to be present. GEO. M. THOMSON, Hon. See ■__ JTO LET. SITTING Room and Bedroom To Let, furnished or unfurnished; vacant Saturdav. Gladstone House, Moray place. TO LET, Castle street (near Gardens), Sixroomed House; bath (hot, cold water), gas; key next door. Apply Butler Bros/I R> ttray street. I I TO LET, a New Modem Dwelling; 6 rooms, etc. J. Ford, grocer, King street. Savings Bank. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. Fred Smith, Dunedin TO LET, Four-roomed House, Clerk street, North-cast Valley. Apply to Mrs White, Clerk street. \0 LET, one 4-roomed House and 4-stalled stable, Leith street north ; one 5 and and one 4-roomed (new; boiler and every convenience), Walker street. Apply F. Meenan, King street. TO LET, Five Booms; scullery, bathroora7 paddock, firewood. Apply, Saturday evening, H. L. Mainland. Burke 3. TO LET, !RY and about 2 AGR lrnside ; presently occupied by Fogarty and Co.; possession on Ist November next. ' Apply TUB TRUSTEES, EXEOU TORS, AND AGENCY CO., Liverpool street. TO LET, BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarter, acre Sections (separate), Lees street. FRED SMITH, Church Factor, Dunedin Savings Bank. ELECTIONINOTICES. ; DUNEDIN CITY-ELECTORATE. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.-As about ten individuals had posted themselves immediately udder the window of the Garrison HalTwhen the result, of the Election was dethe set purpose of preventing my bang heard, it is incumbent on me to take this means of thanking very heartily the host of both sexes who voluntarily gave me aealous and untiring assistance in the late contest. To the Chairman and Members of tbe Central Cora, mittee, the Chairmen and Members of the Branch Committees, to Mr J. M. Sandeman (who so efficiently discharged the duties of honorary secretary), and to all those Friends scattered throughout the Electorate who rendered me invaluable service, and to the balance of those who made up my 5,045 votes, I tender my very sincere thanks. I am giving slight remuneration, of anr kind, to only three individuals—beyond the payment of rent for committee rooms-it will be seen that my thanks are due to many. I fully r" - me, and s sections and classes. The many Friends throughout the length sod?; breadth of New Zealand who baTe sent m*' congrat»ktions will also pkasa atcept my wy' earnest thankr* Iw»»' .■■- Yoorajrespeotrully,, ALEX. SLEQO.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 10445, 15 October 1897

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