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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10446, 16 October 1897
;.i,AM.UBEMENTS. T> IB EAT RE LIST? SATURDAY NIGHT Of the SEASON. LAS T SATURDAY NIGHT of ran SEASON. LAST NIGRT BUT TWO •_■.■'.. - Ov . BLIND HOLT'S Great Melodramatic Story IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUL'S IN SIQHT OF ST. PAUL'S IN .SIGHT OF ST. PAUL'S IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUL^, Whioh | PRESS AND PUBLIC «. „'. ? ave emphatically declared to be FAR ANDAWAY ABuVtS ANY PREVIOUS :; J v PRODUCTION _„• • LMeßpect to Realistio Effects. THE ENTIRK COMBINATION SUITED _'■ ' • TO A NICETY. Every Member in a Sympathetic Character. GRAPHIC STAGE PICTURES - ■ Of : LONDON LIFE OF TO-DAY. LAST SATURDAY NIGHT „■ , Of the BIRD'S-EYE Vlaw or the MIGHTY CITY. THE ASPASIA CLUB View of Tower Bridge by Night. LA.BT SATURDAY NIGHT . Of the WONDERFUL FIRE SCENE ~_„ And of the INTERIOR OF ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. Prices: 4s, 2s 6d, la. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs'*. . CLAIR PROMENADE CONCERTS KJ BY TUB ENGINE KRS' BAND. TO-MORROW AFrEfcNOON, At 2.30. Conductor Mr R Jaoksost. March, 'Hanover' (Fetras); Content Selection, 'Meyerbeer' (Round)s Cornet Solo, .5??" u > ke (Newton); Sacred, Selection, Sabbath Mom' (B. Hare): Contest Maroh, 'The Challenge'(W.Calvert), > IHE LADIES and GENTLEMEN who - assisted in the Peiformance of ' The Messiah' at St. Paul's Cathedral two years ago are invited to Assist again this year in a Performance which will be given before Christmas. The First Rehean-al will be held on FRIDAY EVENING Next, October 22nd, at 8 o'clock. SALE OF WORK. ORTH-E4.BT VALLEY PUBLIC HALL. TO-NIGHT, October 16. Last night of Sale and.Kinderapiel. Pretty Songs and Children's Dances. Elegant Skirt Dance. Humorous Songs. Open 7 o'olock. Admission, 6d: Children, 3d. ELECTION NOTICES. ROSLYN MAYORALTY. TO THE RATEPAYERS. IN COMPLIANCE with the terms of a Requisition signed by Councillors ai.d Ratepayers, I brg to intimate that I WILL BE A CANDIDATE FOK THE ,OFFiOE OF MAYOR for the ensuing year. My experience aB Councillor during the last ten years justifies me in offering my services for the higher office, and if elected my best efforts will be Used to further the interests of Ratepayers generally. Your obedient servant, DAVID SCOTT. LEOTUBES. LECTURE. ri I T Y HALL.. THE REV. - J. BROWN (Of Melbourne), delegate to the Australasian Wesleyan General Conference, Auckland, will deliver his Unique, Interesting, and Instructive LECTURF, 'HEADS AND FACES' On MONDAY, the 18th, at 8 o'clock. Public and Free Reading of Heads at the close. Charts Supplied. This evening a smoke concert will be held at the camp, and friends of the troopers are invited. On TUESDAY he wiil give his popular and descriptive Lecture ' Americaaud the Americans.' ADMISSION, 61. AUCTIONS. I At 9.45 o'clock sharp. 20 TONS DERWBNT POTATOES. OATS, WHEAT, BARLEY, CHAFF. itflE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND L MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, will offer for Bale by auction, at the Otago Wool and Grain Stores, Lower Rattray street, as above. ANDREW TODD, | Manwer, MONDAY. 18>h OCTOBER, At 10 o'clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Otago Corn and Wool Exohange, Vogclstret, ONALD REID AND CO. ■ will sell as above, Oats, wheat, barley, potatoes, and chaff. MONDAY. 18th OCTOBER, At 10.30 a.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED, will offer a catalogue of Oats, wheat, chaff, etc. At their Stores, Cumberland street. MONDAY, 18:h OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock. GRAIN SALE. [E FARMERS' AGENCY COMPANY _• will sell by auction, at 11 o'clock, Oats, chaff, Btraw, etc. JOHN GRINDLEY. Auctioneer MONDAY, 18ch OCIOBEB, At £ o'c'ock. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, FANCY GOODS, Etc. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. will sell by auotion, at their Rooms, Drapery, etc, including All-wool dress (materials, navy serge, prints, mu-lin, men's, youths', and boys' suits, glints, drawers, trousers, calico, sheeting, twill, cretonne, apron linen, shirting, flanne ette, hose and half hose, table linen, umbrel'as, quilts, blankets, underclothing, forfar, kolhnd, Mosgiel tweed, handkerchiefs, jackets, capes, ulsters, brushes, counter, and fanoy goods, etc., e c , etc WEDNESDAY, 2>lth OCTOBER, 1897, At 2 30 o'clock. HOUSE AND LAND, Cargill street, Dunedin. Under the conduct of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, Otago and Southland in pursuance of the provisions of "The Property Law Consolidation Act, 1883," and in exercise of the powers conferred by Deed of Mortgage (registered No. 6» 854). TEVILLE SIEVWRIGHT I is instructed to sell by public auction, as above, at the Central Auction Roonn, High street, Dunedin, Section Seventeen (17). Block Twenty (XX), Dunedin, containing one (I) rood, more or less, with dwelling-house. Thia Property fronts Cargill street, and was lately occupied by Mr A. T. Frice. For further particulars apply to Messrs SIEVWRIGHT AND JAMES, Solicitors, Dunedin ; Or THE AUCTIONEER. THURSDAY, 21st OCTOBER, 1897, At 2.30 o'clook. On Premises, Bavensbourne. FREEHOLD AND HOUSEHOLD FCRNITURE. -VT E VILLE SIEVWRIG HT, Jl3I . acting under instructions from Mrs Hoff, will sell by public auction, oa the premises, at 2.30 o'clock; Allotment 21; Block 11., Ravensbourne, containing 38 poles, with dwelling of 6 rooms thereon. Immediately thereafter, all the household furniture. , ■ Full particulars from ,-'•'.. NEYILLE SIEVWRIGHT, . Auctioneer.
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